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Sitlington, historically Shitlington, was a township in the ancient ecclesiastical parish of Thornhill in the wapentake of Agbrigg and Morley in the West Riding of Yorkshire comprising the villages and hamlets of Middlestown, Netherton, Overton and Midgley. The h was dropped from Shitlington and Sitlington was adopted in 1929 with the approval of the county council.
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Map of Shitlington with its only one textile mill ().
Towns with historical textile mills near Shitlington.
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Yorkshire textile mills, 2010-17. About this site.