- The name of the English location is possibly from Old English alor (alder) and -tun, or possibly it was named for Alfred the Great. It is in the Domesday Book as Alvertune. (Wiktionary)
“Gravely was the name Allerton was sure she would use, and the only one that needed to be mentioned.”
“The Allerton is a green garden, a quiet one, its drama orderly and understated.”
“Allerton," he said, "thou lovest me, but thou art one of the few in this distraught land who love also God.”
“Food blogger Leeds grub previews a 'cakes for Japan' fundraising event at Dock Street Market on Saturday and recently paid a visit to El Barito near Chapel Allerton.”
“The city cut the number of car lanes on Allerton Avenue in his district in 2009.”
“Leeds' famous Sunshine Bakery in Chapel Allerton now has a stall in Kirkgate Market.”
“The Allerton has been teetering on the edge for years," says”
“But like other prewar hotels, he added, the Allerton was built with smaller rooms and bathrooms than many newer hotels offer.”
“Rebecca's body was found in the Allerton district of Bradford, close to where Blamires and Armitage lived.”
“The Allerton Cope was discovered in the bottom of a chest in Allerton church in 1858, and it is thought that around this time the cope was turned into an altar frontal.”
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