Note: 2 Families in 1891 census, 2 Uninhabited dwellings in 1901 census, thought to be demolished before 1930's.
Nearby Mount farm has one inhabited, one uninhabited in 1881, 1891 and 1901 census. It is believed the dwelling was abandoned and demolished in the 1930s as a living relative of the author remembers living there as a young girl. The main inhabitants, Howard family, moved to nearby Lane Village, which was also under threat from the Water Corporation, but survived and became repopulated.
See if you can zoom in on the google map and see the outlines of the demolished buildings in the field (you need to select Hybrid View)
Segment of old map showing the shape of the Hamlet and nearby Mount farm
 Link here to see an image in Kirklees Image Library to see what the farm would have looked like.