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'Index: A-K', A History of the County of York East Riding: Volume 7: Holderness Wapentake, Middle and North Divisions (2002), pp. 417-436. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=16163 Date accessed: 29 August 2014.


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NOTE. Page numbers in bold-face type are those of the principal reference. A page number followed by n is a reference only to the footnotes of that page. An italic number denotes an illustration on that page. The following abbreviations are used in the index: Alex., Alexander; Alf., Alfred; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; abp., archbishop; Art., Arthur; Benj., Benjamin; bp., bishop; Cath., Catherine; Chas., Charles; Chris., Christopher; ctss., countess; Dan., Daniel; dau., daughter; d., died; Edm., Edmund; Edw., Edward; Eliz., Elizabeth; fam., family; f., father; fl., flourished; Fred., Frederick; Geo., George; Geof., Geoffrey; Gilb., Gilbert; grdf., grandfather; grds., grandson; Hen., Henry; Herb., Herbert; Humph., Humphrey; Jas., James; Jos., Joseph; jr., junior; Leon., Leonard; Ld., Lord; Marg., Margaret; Marm., Marmaduke; m., married; Mat., Matthew; Mic., Michael; Nic., Nicholas; neph., nephew; Pet., Peter; Phil., Philip; Reg., Reginald; Ric., Richard; Rob., Robert; Rog., Roger; Sam., Samuel; sr., senior; Sim., Simon; s., son; Steph, Stephen; Thos., Thomas; Vct., Viscount; Vctss., Viscountess; Wal., Walter; wid., widow; w., wife; Wm., William.

A. B. I. Caravans Ltd.,

Abbs:
-, Bryan,
-, Revd. Cooper,

Acklam:
-, Ann, wid. of Wm. (d. 1865),
-, Anna Maria, dau. of Pet. (d. 1744),
-, Eliz., m. Sir Mark Milbanke (d.
-, 1680),
-, Geo. (fl. 17th cent., one or more),
-, Geo. (d. 1793),
-, John (d. 1551),
-, John (d. 1611),
-, John (d. 1644),
-, John (d. 1672),
-, Jonathan (fl. 1760s),
-, Mary, see Moreby
-, Pet. (d. 1690),
-, Pet. (d. 1744),
-, Pet. (fl. 1758),
-, Pet. (d. by 1805),
-, Pet. (d. c. 1825),
-, Sarah,
-, Thos. (fl. earlier 17th cent., one or
-, more),
-, Thos. (fl. 1665, ?the same),
-, Thos. (d. by 1721), grds. of last,
-, Thos. (fl. 1750), s. of last,
-, Thos. (fl. 1760), s. of last,
-, Thos. (d. by 1771), s. of last,
-, Thos. (fl. 1763, one of the above),
-, Thos. (d. 1811, another),
-, Sir Wm. (d. by 1378),
-, Wm. (d. 1567),
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1637),
-, Wm. (d. 1789),
-, Wm. (d. 1804),
-, Wm. (d. 1865),
-, fam.,

Aconley:
-, Alan,
-, Jas.,
-, John,
-, fam.,

Adam (fl. 13th cent.),
-, his w., see St. John, Agnes

Adelin (fl. earlier 12th cent.),

Admiralty,

Adwick le Street (Yorks. W.R.),

Adwick upon Dearne (Yorks. W.R.),

affeerors,

Africa,

Agnes, sister of Philip the chaplain,

agriculture, and see cattle;
-, common fields; common meadows;
-, common pastures; crops,
-, rotation; crops and livestock;
-, horses; inclosure; market gardening;
-, pig farming; poultry farming;
-, rabbit warrens; sheep farming;
-, waste or woodland; and see under
-, local government sections for
-, regulation of

agricultural engineers, machine makers,
-, and see
-, Blenkin; Caley, Edw.; Caley &
-, Ayre; Caley & Townsend; Grasby,
-, Francis and Rob.; Holderness
-, Plough Co. Ltd.; Seward Agricultural
-, Machinery Ltd.; Stamford,
-, John; Stephenson, Wm.

Air Council, Ministry,

Aire, Wal.,

airfields, and see Catfoss; Leconfield;
-, Lissett; Second World War

Ake, Wm.,

Alan the parson,

Albert (fl. 1086),

Aldbrough:
-, Agnes of, see Beverley
-, John of, see Beverley
-, Reynold of, see Beverley

Aldbrough,
-, advowson,
-, Aldbrough Hall,
-, almshouses,
-, bridges,
-, castle,
-, chantries,
-, chapels, medieval,
-, chapels, nonconformist,
-, charities,
-, church, n
-, plate II
-, church hut, see village halls
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, courts,
-, curates,
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, Druids' lodge,
-, fair,
-, guilds,
-, inclosure,
-, industry,
-, inns,
-, manor house, Manor Farm,
-, manors,
-, market,
-, Oddfellows' lodge,
-, parish council,
-, parish officers,
-, playing field,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, rectors, and see Lucy,
-, Godfrey
-, rectory,
-, rectory house,
-, resort,
-, roads,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, schools,
-, Thorpe Garth (or Thorpe, Thorpe
-, next to Aldbrough, Thorpe in
-, Aldbrough, ?Totele),
-, tithes,
-, Tymperon's hospital,
-, vicarage,
-, vicarage houses,
-, vicars, and see Browne,
-, John; Fenwick, John; Hutton,
-, John; Mooke; Torre, Nic.
-, village halls, church hut,
-, Wentworth House,
-, windmills,
-, and see Bewick; Carlton; Etherdwick;
-, Fosham; Lambwath; Newton,
-, East and West; Ringbrough;
-, Tansterne

Aldbrough (Yorks., ?another), n

Aldbrough Floral and Horticultural
-, Society,

Aldbrough Newton, see Newton, East

Alder:
-, Geo. (d. c. 1845),
-, Geo. (fl. 1865),
-, John,
-, fam.,

Aldred, Earl (fl. 11th cent.), n

Alec-Smith:
-, (formerly Smith), Alex.,
-, Lucy, w. of Alex.,

aletasters, bread-tasters,

Alf kil (fl. 1066),

Alford:
-, Dorothy, m. Thos. Grantham,
-, Lancelot (d. 1563),
-, (Sir) Lancelot (d. 1617),
-, Rog.,
-, Sir Wm.,
-, fam.,

Allanson (or Allatson):
-, Eliz., m. -Fysh,
-, Ric.,

allotment gardens and smallholdings,

Almond, Ann, m. Horsfall
-, Scholefield, John Green, Thos.
-, Clubley,

Alured, Mat.,

almshouses, hospitals, see Aldbrough;
-, Atwick; Barmston; Beverley;
-, Brandesburton; Bridlington;
-, Cawood; Emanuel hospital;
-, Garton; Hornsea; Hull, Kingston
-, upon; Humbleton; Owstwick;
-, poorhouses; Preston; Routh; St.
-, Thomas's hospital; Savoy hospital;
-, Skirlaugh chapelry; Tunstall;
-, York; and see nursing; surgeons

Amand the butler,
-, Beatrice, w. of Amand, see Rupella
-, his daughters, see Beatrice and
-, Hawise

amateur dramatic society,

America, South,

Amfrid the noble,

Anabaptists,

Anderson, Ric.,

Andrebi (?in Roos),
-, manor,

Andrew:
-, Hugh,
-, Mary, w. of Hugh, m. John
-, Mackley,

Andrews, G. T.,

Angell, Rob.,

Anglicanism:
-, Evangelical, and see
-, Church Association Trust
-, 'High',

Anlaby:
-, John,
-, Wm. of,

Ansley:
-, Geo.,
-, Sarah, wid. of Geo.,

Appleyard:
-, Cecil E.,
-, Chris. (fl. 1639),
-, Chris. (fl. 1759),
-, Francis,
-, Sir Mat. (fl. 1650),
-, Mat. (fl. 1653), s. of last,
-, Mat. (fl. 1716, ?another),
-, Thos. (fl. 1609),
-, Thos. (fl. 1647), s. of last,
-, fam.,

Arches (or Catfoss), Agnes de, m.
-, Herb. de St. Quintin, Rob. de
-, Fauconberg, Wm. Foliot,

architects, see Andrews, G. T.; Armfield
-, & Bottomley; Atkinson, J. B.,
-, Pet., Thos., and Wm.; Bennison;
-, Bilson; Blake; Botterill, Wm. and
-, Wm., & Sons; Brierley; Brodrick,
-, Cuthbert and F. S.; Brodrick,
-, Lowther, & Walker; Brown, Alf.
-, and Lancelot; Burges; Carr, John;
-, Chantrell; Cottingham; Cundy;
-, Dyer; Earle; Foale; Gough; Hall,
-, Wm.; Harker; Hawe; Hebb;
-, Hutchinson, Chas. and Wm.,
-, James, J. K.; Johnson, Francis;
-, Keyworth, Thos. and W. D.;
-, Lightoler; Lockwood, H. F.;
-, Lugar; Mallinson & Healey;
-, Moore, Temple; Mountain; Musgrave;
-, Nash; Pearson, J. L.;
-, Perkin; Scott, Sir G. G.; Skelton;
-, Smith & Brodrick; Smith, R. G.
-, and R. S.; Stork; Teale; Walker,
-, W. S.; Watson & Pritchett;
-, Weatherley; Wilkinson, Geo.;
-, Wright, Jos.; Wyatt

Areins:
-, Arnold de,
-, Bernard de,
-, Thos. de, s. of Wm.,
-, Thos. de, s. of Bernard,
-, Wm. de,
-, fam.,

Armfield & Bottomley,

Armistead, Mary,

Arneman, Theresa, m. Benj. Haworth,

Arnestorp (?in Goxhill),

Arnold, Ric. of,

Arnold (in Rise, Long Riston, and
-, Swine),
-, charity,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, drainage,
-, inclosure,
-, inns,
-, manor houses,
-, manors,
-, moated site,
-, monastic granges, and
-, see Woodhouse
-, parish officer,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, rectory,
-, road,
-, Ryhill (or Royal) carr,
-, school,
-, tithes,
-, windmill,
-, Woodhouse (or Wood House),

Arnott, fam.,

Arnui, see Earnwig

Arram, Sir Steph. of,

Arram (in Atwick),
-, Arram Hall, plate
-, common fields,
-, common pasture,
-, domestic architecture,
-, inclosure,
-, manor,
-, monastic grange,
-, population,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, tithes,
-, windmill,
-, woodland,

Arram (in Leconfield),

Arts and Crafts movement,

Arundel, Rob. of,

Arwidsson:
-, Adolph,
-, Mr. (?the same),

Aseby (or Asby):
-, Elias,
-, Gaudin of,
-, John of,

Ash, Pet.,

Ashe:
-, Edw.,
-, Sir Jas.,
-, Jonathan,
-, (Sir) Jos.,
-, Martha, m. Jos. Windham,
-, Mary, wid. of Jos.,

Ashburne:
-, Eliz., see Stokes
-, -, husband of Eliz.,

Aske Education Foundation,

Aske, Sir. Jos., see Ashe

Askeby, Rob. de, rector of Barmston,

assize of bread and of ale,

Atkin, Gregory,

Atkinson:
-, Anne, see Raines
-, J. B.,
-, John, & Son,
-, John, vicar of North Frodingham,
-, Pet.,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,
-, W. J. (fl. 1877),
-, Wm. (fl. mid 19th cent., another),

Atwick,
-, plate
-, advowson,
-, almshouse,
-, chapels, nonconformist,
-, charities,
-, church, plate
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, cross,
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, gas terminal,
-, Holy Well,
-, inclosure,
-, industry,
-, inns,
-, manor,
-, mission room,
-, parish officers,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, schools,
-, tithes,
-, vicarage,
-, vicarage house,
-, vicars,
-, village hall,
-, windmill,
-, woodland,

Aubrough, Wm.,

Auburn (in Fraisthorpe),

auctioneer,

Audas, Wm.,

Aumale:
-, ctss. of, and see Forz,
-, Aveline; Gros, Hawise le
-, counts of,
-, and
-, see Béthune; Forz, Wm. de (fl.
-, late 12th or earlier 13th cent.),
-, (d. 1241), and (d. 1260); Gros;
-, Stephen
-, butler of,
-, and see Amand; Robert;
-, William
-, chamberlain of, see St. John,
-, Gerard
-, constable of, see Ulbert
-, falconer of, see Giles
-, serjeant of, see Tunstall, Hugh of
-, steward of, see Langbaurgh
-, fee,
-, priory, later abbey (Seine Maritime,
-, France),

Aungell, Gilbert le,

Austin, David,

Babthorp, Wm.,

Bacon, Thos.,

Bagge, Revd. -, assistant curate of
-, Beeford,

Bailey, G.,

Bailey & Furness,

bailiff,

Bainton:
-, E(dw). C.,
-, Eliz.,
-, H. W.,
-, J. H. (d. 1951),
-, John (d. 1891),
-, John (fl. 1906),
-, Sybil,
-, Thos. (d. 1842),
-, Thos., s. of John (d. 1891),

Bainton,

Balam, Alex.,

Baldwin (fl. 1086),

Bamburgh:
-, Humph.,
-, Thos.,

Bankart, G. P.,

Banks, Jos.,

Barchard, W. S.,

Barker:
-, Frances, see Mason
-, Thos.,

Barkworth, J. B.,

Barlow:
-, Francis,
-, Sam.,

Barmston,
-, advowson,
-, almshouse(s),
-, Ancient Shepherds' lodge,
-, bridges,
-, chapel, nonconformist,
-, charities,
-, church,
-, plate
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, court,
-, curates, assistant curate, lesser clergy,
-, and see Goxhill, Rob.;
-, Holme, John,
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, Earl's dike,
-, inclosure,
-, industry,
-, inn,
-, landing place,
-, manor house, plate
-, manors,
-, moated site,
-, parish officer,
-, playing field,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, rectors,
-, and see Askeby; Boynton,
-, Griffith; Dade, Thos. and Wm.;
-, Gilby, John; Hildyard, Ric.;
-, Holme, John; Routh, Amand;
-, Tunstall, Cuthbert
-, rectory,
-, rectory houses,
-, roads,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, schools,
-, tithes,
-, village hall,
-, windmill,
-, woodland,
-, and see Hartburn; Ulrome; Winkton

Barmston Drainage Board, and see
-, Beverley and Barmston Drainage

Barmston Main drain,

Barnard:
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1688),
-, Edw. (d. by 1718),
-, Hen.,
-, Marg., m. Lovelace Gilby,

Barnardiston, Art.,

Barnby:
-, Agnes, see Suthill
-, John,
-, Thos.,

Barnes (or Barne):
-, Wm. (fl. 1570s),
-, Wm. (fl. 1620, another),

Barron:
-, Thos.,
-, Wm. (fl. 1769),
-, Wm. (d. 1879),
-, fam.,

Barrow-on-Humber (Lincs.),

Barton:
-, Joan of, w. of John,
-, John of,

Barton upon Humber (Lincs.),

Basham:
-, Brian,
-, Enid,
-, Geo.,
-, fam.,

Basinc (fl. 1066),

Basset, Pet.,

Baswick (in Brandesburton and
-, Leven),
-, ferry,
-, inclosure,
-, inn,
-, landing,
-, rectory,
-, road,
-, tithes,

Bateman, Gregory, vicar of Ulrome,

Bates, Edw.,

Bateson, Harry T.,

Bath and Wells, dean of, see Jackson,
-, Wm.

Baxter:
-, Edw. (d. 1855),
-, Edw. (fl. 1892),
-, Hugh (d. 1346),
-, Hugh (d. 1879),
-, Wm. (d. 1877),
-, Wm. (fl. 1892),

Bays, Sidney,

beacons,

Beadle:
-, Frank,
-, John,

Beal:
-, Raymond,
-, fam.,

Bean:
-, Jas.,
-, Ric., and his w. Eliz.,

Beatrice, dau. of Amand the butler, m.
-, Geof. de Friboys,

Beaulah:
-, Fred.,
-, Geo.,
-, J. R.,

Beauvais abbey (Seine Maritime,
-, France),

Beckett, Oliver,

Beckwith, Chris.,

Bedell, John,

Bedford, earl of, see Russell

Bedingfield, Ant.,

Bee:
-, Edw.,
-, Rob.,

Beeford:
-, Adam of,
-, Ralph of (? (Sir) Ralph of Goxhill),
-, Thos. of,

Beeford,
-, plate
-, advowson,
-, Beeford Friendly Society,
-, Beeford moor,
-, bridges,
-, chapel, medieval,
-, chapels, nonconformist,
-, charities,
-, church,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, court(s),
-, Crow Garth, Grange, grange,
-, curates, assistant curates,
-, and see Bagge;
-, Wilkinson, John
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, fairs,
-, feast,
-, Foresters' lodge,
-, inclosure,
-, inns,
-, manor house, Manor House,
-, manors,
-, mills,
-, moated sites,
-, monastic granges,
-, Moor Grange, grange,
-, parish council,
-, parish officers,
-, playing fields,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, rectors,
-, and see Briskin; Jackson,
-, Wm.; Neile; Scott, Cuthbert;
-, Tebbutt; Tonge, Thos.;
-, Trevor, Geo. and G. W.;
-, Ulverston
-, rectory,
-, rectory houses,
-, roads,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, schools,
-, tithes,
-, village halls,
-, water mill,
-, windmills,
-, woodland,
-, and see Dunnington; Lissett

Beilby, Thos., and his w. Jane,

Bell:
-, Frances,
-, Frank,
-, Jas.,
-, John (d. by 1767),
-, John (d. 1809),
-, John (fl. 1813),
-, Rob. (d. by 1759),
-, Rob. (d. c. 1825),
-, Rob. (fl. 1840s),
-, Rob., M.D. (d. by c. 1870, ?same as
-, last),
-, fam.,

bell-founders, see Deacon, Thos.;
-, Harrison, Jas.; Taylor & Co.

Bellow, John,

Belmont Caravan Co.,

Benedict the chaplain,

Benedictine order,

Benningholme, Pet. of,

Benningholme (in Swine),
-, Benningholme Hall, plate
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, Fairholme,
-, inclosure,
-, manor houses, and see Benningholme
-, Hall
-, manors,
-, mill,
-, monastic granges,
-, parish officers,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, tithes,
-, woodland, n,

Bennison, Appleton,

Bentinck:
-, Hans Willem, earl of Portland,
-, Mrs., w. of W. H. E.,
-, W. H. E., rector of Sigglesthorne,
-, Wm., duke of Portland,

Berchaud:
-, Geof.,
-, John,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Berkeley, Eliz., Lady Berkeley,

Berkshire, and see Windsor

Bernard, John,

Berners, Ld., see Bourchier

Berrier, Eliz.,

Beseley, Edw.,

Best, Hen.,

Bethell:
-, A. J.,
-, Charlotte, wid. of Wm. (d. 1799),
-, Eliz., ?dau. of Hugh (d. 1717),
-, G. R.,
-, H. A. (fl. later 20th cent.),
-, (Sir) Hugh (d. 1611 or 1612),
-, Hugh (d. 1659),
-, Hugh (fl. 1674),
-, (Sir Hugh (d. 1679, another),
-, Hugh (fl. 1683),
-, Hugh (d. 1717, ?another),
-, Hugh (d. 1752),
-, Hugh (d. 1772),
-, John,
-, Katherine, m. Sir Chas. Parsons,
-, Mary, w. of Sir Hugh (d. 1679), see
-, Michelbourne
-, Mrs. (fl. 1833), pres. Mary, w. of
-, Ric.,
-, Ric. (fl. later 17th cent.),
-, Ric. (d. 1864),
-, R(ic). A. (fl. mid 20th cent.),
-, Rob. (fl. 1665), s. of Rog.,
-, Rob. (fl. 1674, ?another),
-, Rob., jr. (fl. 1680, ?the same),
-, Rob., sr. (d. 1689, uncle of last),
-, Rog.,
-, Sarah, see Dickinson
-, Slingsby,
-, W. A. V. (d. 1941),
-, W. F. (d. 1879),
-, Wm. (d. 1799),
-, Wm. (d. 1926),
-, (or ap Ithells), fam.,

Béthune, Baldwin de, count of Aumale,

Bettison, Wm.,

Betts, D. C.,

Beverley:
-, (or Aldbrough), Agnes of, m. -of
-, Kelk,
-, (or Aldbrough), John of (fl. 13th
-, cent.),
-, John (fl. 1607),
-, Mary, see Midgley
-, R(ob). M.,
-, (or Aldbrough), Reynold of,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Beverley,
-, almshouses,
-, architects,
-, bell-founder,
-, borough,
-, charities,
-, communications,
-, corporation,
-, Dominican friary,
-, dormitory settlements,
-, ferry,
-, Holy Trinity preceptory,
-, industry,
-, inhabitants,
-, and see architects
-, liberties,
-, manor, and see St. John's
-, college, Chapter manor; Water
-, Towns manor
-, member of parliament,
-, parochial workhouse,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, Routh's hospital,
-, St. Giles's hospital,
-, St. John's college (Beverley
-, Minster),
-, chantry,
-, chapter,
-, Chapter manor,
-, court,
-, curate, see Whincop
-, liberty,
-, provost,
-, and see Mare
-, vicar,
-, schools,
-, trade,
-, Water Towns manor,
-, and see Eske; Thearne; Tickton;
-, Weel

Beverley and Barmston Drainage,

Beverley Borough district (of
-, Humberside),

Beverley Consolidated Charities,

Beverley poor-law union,
-, workhouse,

Beverley rural district,

Bevrère, Drew de,

Bewe:
-, Bridget, m. -Biggs,
-, Eliz., m. -Biggs (or Briggs),
-, Geo., rector of Sproatley,

Bewholme (in Nunkeeling),
-, chapel-of-ease,
-, chapels, nonconformist,
-, charity,
-, church, (mission, later parish),
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, domestic architecture,
-, inclosure,
-, industry,
-, inns,
-, manors,
-, manor house, Bewholme Manor
-, House,
-, mill(s),
-, parish council,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, schools,
-, vicarage, see Nunkeeling
-, vicarage house,
-, plate
-, village halls,
-, woodland,

Bewick (in Aldbrough),
-, Bewick Hall,
-, chapel, medieval,
-, common fields,
-, common pasture,
-, court,
-, domestic architecture,
-, inclosure,
-, manor,
-, manor house,
-, moated sites,
-, population,
-, rectory,
-, tithes,

Biggs:
-, Bridget, see Bewe
-, Eliz., see Bewe

Bigland, John,

Bigod:
-, Constance, see Mauley
-, Hugh,
-, Joan, see Stutville
-, Sir John,
-, Ralph,
-, fam.,

Billaney:
-, Rob.,
-, Wm.,

billiards,

Bilson, John,

Bilton:
-, C. F. W.,
-, Geof. of,
-, Joan of, ?wid. of Sir John of,
-, Sir John of,
-, P. F. (fl. 1992),
-, Pet. of (fl. 12th or 13th cent.),
-, R. F.,
-, Saer of,
-, Wm. of,
-, -, dau. of Joan of, m. Sir Wal.
-, Fauconberg,

Bilton (in Swine),
-, advowson,
-, bridge,
-, chantry,
-, chapel, later church,
-, chapelry,
-, common fields,
-, common pasture,
-, curacy, perpetual curacy,
-, curacy house, see vicarage houses
-, curates, perpetual curates,
-, and see Sinclair
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, inclosure,
-, inn,
-, lich-gate,
-, manor,
-, manor house,
-, moated site,
-, parish council,
-, playing field,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, rectory,
-, road,
-, schools,
-, tithes,
-, vicar, see Quilter
-, vicarage,
-, vicarage houses, curacy house,
-, village halls,
-, windmill,

Bilton (Yorks. W.R.),

Bird:
-, Fred.,
-, Muriel,

Birmingham, Fulk, rector of Sigglesthorne,

Birney, Sarah,

Blake, Jas.,

Blakiston, Chris.,

Blanchard:
-, David,
-, Diana, see Reed
-, fam.,

Blashall, Hen.,

Blassell, see Blussell

Blenkin, Jas.,

Blount:
-, John,
-, Sam.,
-, Wm.,

Blundell:
-, Cath., see Newton
-, Phil.,

Blussell (or Blassell):
-, Hugh,
-, Pagan,

Bolton:
-, John, rector of Hilston,
-, Mic., vicar of Burton Pidsea,

Bolton priory (Yorks. W.R.),

Bonde (fl. 1066),

Bondfield, Chas.,

Bonwick (in Skipsea),
-, common fields,
-, drainage,
-, inclosure,
-, manor,
-, manor house,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, rectory,
-, road,
-, tithes,

Booth:
-, Ann,
-, Hen.,
-, Rob.,

Boston Deep Sea Fisheries Ltd.,

Bosville:
-, Gervase (d. 1621),
-, Gervase (fl. 1682),
-, Hen.,
-, Ralph,
-, Susan, see Waller
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Boswell, -,

Botterill:
-, Wm.,
-, Wm., & Sons,
-, boulders, buildings of,

Bourchier:
-, Eliz., see Tilney
-, John, Ld. Berners,
-, Mildred, see Roundell

Bouwens, Bethell,

Bower:
-, Edw.,
-, Frances, m. Ric. Smith,
-, John (fl. 1696),
-, John (fl. 1719, ?the same),
-, Priscilla, m. John Dowbiggin,
-, Sam.,
-, Wm. (fl. 1656),
-, Wm. (fl. 1696, ?another),

Bowes:
-, Eliz.,
-, Dorothy,
-, Sir Jerome,
-, Ralph,

Bowlby, Jesse,

bowling,

Bowman, John,

Boynton:
-, (later Wickham-Boynton), Cycely, m.
-, Thos. Lamplugh Wickham,
-, Eliz., wid. of Sir Griffith (d. 1937),
-, Sir Francis (d. 1617),
-, Sir Francis (d. 1832 or 1833),
-, Sir Griffith (d. 1731),
-, Sir Griffith (d. 1761),
-, Griffith, rector of Barmston,
-, Sir Hen. (fl. c. 1500),
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1854),
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1899),
-, Marg., see See
-, Martin,
-, Mat. (d. 1540 or 1541),
-, Sir Mat. (d. 1647),
-, Peregrine,
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1581 or 1582),
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Boynton,

Brackenholme (?in Leven),

Braddock, Francis,

Bradford (Yorks. W.R.),

Bradshaw:
-, Ellerker,
-, Sir Jas.,
-, K. F.,
-, M. F.,
-, fam.,

Bramley:
-, Chris. (?d. 1802),
-, Chris. (fl. 1805),
-, John,
-, Mary, see Moorhouse
-, Thos.,

Bramston, Edm.,

Brandesburton,
-, advowson,
-, Benevolent Society lodge,
-, Brandesburton Hall,
-, plate
-, Brandesburton moor,
-, chapels, nonconformist,
-, charities,
-, church,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, cross,
-, curates, assistant curates,
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, fair,
-, Franklin Death Brief,
-, hospital, and see
-, Brandesburton Hall
-, inclosure,
-, industry,
-, inns,
-, Manor House, Old Manor House,
-, manors,
-, market,
-, mill,
-, Oddfellows' lodge,
-, parish council,
-, parish officers,
-, park,
-, playing fields,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, R.A.F. camp,
-, rectors, and see Darrell, Wm.;
-, Holme, John; Hymers; Lawson;
-, Richardson, Chas.
-, rectory,
-, rectory houses,
-, roads,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, schools,
-, tithes,
-, village hall,
-, water mill,
-, windmill,
-, woodland,
-, and see Burshill; Moor Town

Brandesby, Rob., rector of Routh,

Brandon, Chas., duke of Suffolk,

Bransby, John, rector of Sproatley and
-, Settrington, master of Sutton
-, college,

Bransholme, North (in Wawne),
-, hall,
-, health centre,
-, play area,
-, public houses,
-, schools,
-, shopping centre,
-, and see Hull, Kingston upon; Sutton

bread-tasters, see aletasters

Brearey, Wm., archdeacon of the East
-, Riding,

Bret, Wm. le,

Breton, Geof. le,

brewing, brewers,

brickmaking, tilemaking, brickmakers,

Bridlington,
-, architect,
-, charity,
-, communications,
-, corporation,
-, harbour,
-, inhabitants, and see
-, architect
-, poor relief,
-, St. Mary's hospital,
-, and see Marton; Wilsthorpe

Bridlington poor-law union,

Bridlington priory,
-, n
-, prior,

Bridlington rural district,

Brierley, W. H.,

Briggs, Eliz., see Bewe

Brigham:
-, Francis,
-, Geo.,
-, Gerard,
-, Harriet,
-, Hen. (fl. 1672),
-, Hen. (d. 1738, ?another),
-, John (fl. 1672),
-, John (d. 1710, ?the same),
-, Ralph,
-, Rog.,
-, Thos. (d. 1542),
-, Ursula, wid. of Wm. (d. 1767),
-, Wm. (d. 1767),
-, Wm. (d. 1851 or 1852),
-, fam.,

Brigham (in Foston on the Wolds),

Brighton (Suss.), Royal Pavilion,

Briskin, Griffith, prebendary of
-, Osbaldwick, rector of Beeford,

British Gas Corporation,

British Legion,

British Oil & Cake Mills Ltd.,

British school,

Broadley:
-, C. B.,
-, C. E.,
-, Hen.,
-, John,
-, Rob. C.,
-, Thos.,

Brodrick:
-, Cuthbert,
-, F. S.,

Brodrick, Lowther, & Walker,

Bromsgrove, Revd. Sam.,

Bronson, John, curate, later rector, of
-, Rise,

Bronte, Charlotte,

Brook, Geo., vicar of Humbleton and
-, curate of Winestead,

Brooke:
-, Gabriel,
-, Humph., see Osbaldeston
-, Jane, see Robson
-, Mary, m. -Firman,
-, Theodosia, see Osbaldeston and
-, Pockley

Brough:
-, John (fl. 1699),
-, John (d. 1766), s. of last,
-, Mary, see Truslove
-, Susannah (fl. 1818), ?wid. of Wm.,
-, Wm. (d. 1783), and his wid.
-, Susannah,
-, fam.,

Broumpton:
-, Edm.,
-, Francis (fl. earlier 20th cent.),
-, Frank (fl. 1940s, ?the same),
-, Geo.,
-, Marg.,
-, Thos. (d. 1915),
-, Thos. (fl. 1940s),
-, Wm.,

Brown (or Browne):
-, Alf.,
-, Ann, m. John Williams,
-, Sir Ant.,
-, Edw.,
-, Eliz., m. C. S. Parker,
-, H. E.,
-, Jas.,
-, John (fl. 1557),
-, John (fl. 1743), vicar of Aldbrough,
-, curate of Garton, Humbleton,
-, and Elstronwick,
-, John (d. 1787), s. of last, curate of
-, Garton and Humbleton, rector
-, of Hilston,
-, Lancelot (fl. 1608),
-, Lancelot (Capability),
-, Marm., sr. and jr.,
-, Mary (fl. earlier 19th cent.),
-, Mary (fl. mid 19th cent.,
-, another), m. Haddon Trigg,
-, Rob. (d. by 1795),
-, Rob. W. (fl. 1952),
-, Sarah, see Moorhouse
-, Thos. (d. by 1831),
-, Thos. (d. 1841),

Brudenell:
-, Geo., earl of Cardigan, duke of
-, Montagu,
-, Jas., earl of Cardigan,

Brus:
-, Agnes de, m. Wal. de Fauconberg,
-, Ld. Fauconberg (d. 1304),
-, Marg. de (fl. 13th cent.), m. -de
-, Ros,
-, Pet. de (d. 1222),
-, Pet. de (d. 1272),
-, fam.,

brushwood, thorns,

Buck:
-, Eliz., w. of Sir John, see Green
-, Eliz., dau. of Rob. (d. 1731),
-, Sir John (d. 1648),
-, John (fl. 1692),
-, Mary, wid. of Rob. (d. by 1692),
-, Rob. (fl. 1670s),
-, Rob. (d. by 1692, ?another),
-, Rob. (d. 1731),

Buckingham, duke of, see Stafford,
-, Edw. and Humph.

Buckton:
-, John of,
-, Sir Pet. (fl. 1401),
-, Pet. (fl. 1447, ?another),
-, Ralph,
-, Rob.,
-, Wm. of (fl. c. 1260),
-, (Sir) Wm. of (fl. c. 1300,
-, ?another),
-, Wm. of (?d. by 1356, another),
-, Wm. (d. 1506),
-, fam.,

building materials, see boulders; Coade
-, stone; mud; reeds; thatch

Bulmer:
-, Agnes, see Sutton
-, Alice, see Fauconberg
-, Anne, m. -Welbury,
-, Frances, m. -Constable,
-, Joan, m. -Cholmeley,
-, Sir John,
-, Millicent, m. -Grey,
-, Sir Ralph (d. by 1356),
-, Ralph (d. 1366),
-, Sir Ralph (d. 1406),
-, Sir Ralph (d. 1558),
-, fam.,

Bulson:
-, Geof.,
-, J. C.,
-, Vera, wid. of Wm.,
-, Wm.,

Burdon, Wal.,

Burges, Wm. (fl. 19th cent.),

Burgess, Wm. (fl. c. 1640),

Burrill:
-, John,
-, Sam.,

Burshill (in Brandesburton),
-, chapel,
-, common fields,
-, common pasture,
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, inclosure,
-, poor relief,
-, roads,
-, tithes,

Burstall (in Skeffling):
-, chantry,
-, church,
-, priory,
-, prior,

Burstwick,
-, court,
-, drainage,
-, manor,
-, rectory,
-, Ridgmont,
-, roads,
-, South park,
-, tithes,
-, vicar, see James, Wm.
-, and see, Nuthill

Burton:
-, Beatrice of,
-, Eliz.,
-, Erneburga of,
-, Gamel of,
-, (or Ward), Hen. of (d. by 1343), s.
-, of Nic. Ward,
-, Hen. (fl. 1832),
-, Mary, w. of Ric. (fl. 1746), see Hydes
-, Mary, m. Napier Christie Burton,
-, Napier Christie,
-, Ralph,
-, Ric. (fl. 1746),
-, Ric. (fl. 1762, ?another),
-, Ric. (d. 1765, ?the same),
-, Ric. (d. 1784),
-, Rob. of (fl. 12th or 13th cent.), s. of
-, Gamel,
-, Rob. of (fl. 1260, ?another),
-, (or Ward), Rob. of (fl. 1323), s. of
-, Nic. Ward,
-, Rob. (d. 1802),
-, Thos., abbot of Meaux,
-, Wm. (d. 1752),
-, Wm. (d. 1764),
-, fam.,

Burton Agnes,
-, vicars, see Dade, Thos.; Green. Wm.
-, and see Gransmoor; Haisthorpe

Burton, Bishop,

Burton, Cherry,

Burton Constable (or Erneburgh
-, Burton, Santriburtone) (in
-, Swine),
-, bridge,
-, Burton Constable Hall,
-, plates
-, chantry,
-, chapel, domestic,
-, chapel, medieval, and see
-, Marton
-, charities,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pasture,
-, court,
-, curate,
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, estate,
-, gas works,
-, gatehouses, plate
-, inclosure,
-, industry,
-, lake(s), ponds,
-, manor,
-, manor house, see Burton Constable
-, Hall
-, menagerie,
-, moated site,
-, Norwood (or Northwood),
-, parish officer,
-, park,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, railway station, see under Ellerby
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, tithes,
-, windmill,
-, woodland,
-, Yaud (or Old) wood (?earlier
-, Westwood),

Burton Constable Foundation,

Burton, Erneburgh, see Burton
-, Constable

Burton Pidsea (or Pidsea Burton,
-, Burton Gamel, Burton St. Peter),
-, advowson,
-, Bramhill House, n,
-, bridge,
-, chapels, nonconformist,
-, Chatt House,
-, The Chestnuts,
-, church,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, court,
-, curates, and see Dixon,
-, Jonathan
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, Druids' lodge,
-, fair,
-, Graysgarth House,
-, guild,
-, inclosure,
-, industry,
-, inns,
-, manor house,
-, manors,
-, mere,
-, moated site,
-, Nancy, racehorse of,
-, New Road,
-, The Paddocks,
-, parish officers,
-, Pidsea,
-, playing field,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, rector, see Trevor, Geo.
-, rectory,
-, rectory house,
-, roads,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, schools,
-, tithes,
-, vicarage,
-, vicarage houses,
-, vicars, and see Bolton,
-, Mic.; Cornwall, Ralph; Dixon,
-, Jonathan; Goodwin, Deryck;
-, Lamb, R. M.
-, village hall,
-, windmills,

Bushby, Alice of,

Butcher:
-, G. A., & Sons,
-, Geo.,

butler, see Amand; Robert; William

Butler:
-, Cath., see Fauconberg
-, Emmie,
-, John,
-, Ric.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Butter, J. F.,

Butterworth:
-, G. T.,
-, Herb.,

Bydon, Hanelaci of,

bylawmen, by-laws, pains,

Byrnand, Francis Trappes,

Byrom:
-, Edw.,
-, Florence, see Grimston

Byass, Rob.,

Byng, Admiral,

Caley:
-, Edw.,
-, Francis,
-, G. E., and his w. Kathleen, II
-, Hen.,
-, Jean, m.-Megginson,
-, J (ohn) L.,
-, Norman, and his w. Mary,
-, Norman, Ltd.,
-, R. H.,
-, T. H., and Sons,
-, Wendsy, m. -Thomas,
-, fam.,

Caley & Ayre,

Caley Partners (Farmers) Ltd.,

Caley & Townsend,

Calvert:
-, Heather, m. Art. Clubley,
-, Jas.,

Cambridge:
-, Clare coll.,
-, St. John's coll.,

Campbell:
-, Anne, see Holtby
-, Hugh,

Campkin, W. E.,

canals, navigations,
-, and see Driffield;
-, Hull, river

Canonesses Regular of St. Augustine,

caravan manufacture,

caravans, caravan sites,
-, plate I

Carbutt, Harold,

Cardigan, earl of, see Brudenell, Geo.
-, and Jas.

Cardwell, Norman, and his w. Evelyn,

Carey:
-, John, Ld. Hunsden,
-, Rob., Ld. Carey,

Carl (fl. 11th cent.), n

Carlile:
-, Jane, see Hardy
-, John,
-, Randolph,

Carlisle:
-, Hugh of,
-, John of, see Ulrone

Carlton:
-, Alex. of,
-, John of (fl. later 13th and early 14th
-, cent., ?one or two of this
-, name),
-, Sir John of (d. 1304, ?one of above),

Carlton (in Aldbrough),
-, chapel, medieval,
-, common fields,
-, common pastures,
-, drainage,
-, inclosure,
-, manor houses,
-, manors,
-, population,
-, rectory,
-, road,
-, tithes,
-, windmill,
-, and see Lambwath

Carnaby (or Kernetby), John of, rector
-, of Sproatley,

Carnaby,

Carr:
-, Hen.,
-, John,

carr-graves, carr-reeves, see pinders

carriers:
-, to Beverley,
-, to Bridlington,
-, to Driffield,
-, to Hornsea,
-, to Hull,

Carrick, Geo.,

Carter:
-, Rosamond, m. Rob. Dixon,
-, Thos.,

Carthorpe:
-, John of,
-, Thos., of,
-, Sir Wm. of,

Cartwright, Edw.,

Casson, Ric.,

Castle, Thos.,

Catfoss, Agnes of, see Arches

Catfoss (in Sigglesthorne),
-, airfield, R.A.F. camp,
-, Catfoss Hall,
-, drainage,
-, inclosure,
-, industry,
-, manor house,
-, manors,
-, population,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, tithes,
-, woodland,

Cathedrals Act,

Catherine (of Braganza), queen of
-, Chas. II,

cattle, dairy farming,

Catton:
-, Chas.,
-, Isabella, mother of J. B.,
-, J. B.,
-, J. B., and Son,
-, Tom,

Catwick:
-, Everard of,
-, Ralph of,

Catwick,
-, advowson,
-, chapels, nonconformist,
-, charities,
-, church,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, inclosure,
-, industry,
-, inn,
-, Lady well,
-, Little Catwick,
-, Manor Farm, Manor Farm House,
-, Manor House,
-, manor house,
-, manors,
-, market,
-, mills,
-, moated site,
-, parish officers,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, rectors, and see Young, Jas.
-, rectory,
-, rectory house,
-, roads,
-, schools,
-, tithes,
-, village hall,
-, windmill (s),
-, woodland,

Cauce, see Cauz

Cautley:
-, Edm.,
-, Hen. (d. 1897),
-, Hen. (fl. 19th cent., ?another), n
-, H. S., Baron Cautley (fl. 1946),
-, Mary, see Clapham
-, fam.,

Cauz (or Cauce):
-, Edm.,
-, Geof. de,
-, Gilb. de,
-, Isabel,
-, John,
-, Rob. de (fl. late 12th cent.),
-, Rob. de (fl. later 13th cent.),
-, Rob. (fl. early 14th cent., one or two
-, of this name),
-, Rob. (d. by 1342),
-, Sir Wm. de,
-, fam.,

Cave, North,
-, monthly meeting,

Cawood (Yorks. W.R.),
-, hospital,

Caynglaik, fam.,

Caythorpe (in Rudston),

Cecil:
-, David, earl of Exeter,
-, Eliz., w. of Wm., earl of Exeter, see
-, Manners
-, Eliz., wid. of David,
-, John, earl of Exeter,
-, Sir Wm. (fl. 1551),
-, Wm., earl of Exeter (d. 1640),
-, Wm., (fl. 1709),
-, fam.,

cemeteries,

Chamberlain, Leon.,

Chambers:
-, Hen.,
-, John, and his wid. Marg.,

Champagne, count of, see Eudes

Chancery,

Chant, Rob. de,

Chantrell, R(ob). D.,

chantries,
-, and see guilds; pilgrimage

Chantries Act,

chaplain:
-, Benedict the, see Benedict
-, Phil. the, see Philip
-, Wm. the, see William

Chapman:
-, John,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

charity, and see under places; see also
-, clothing clubs

Charity Commission,

Charles I, King,

Charles II, King,

Chatt:
-, Frances, m. -Truslove, -
-, Kemp,
-, John,
-, Phil.,
-, Thos.,

Chaumon:
-, Cath., see Hildyard
-, Sir John,

Chenecol (or Chenuthesholm) (?in
-, Riston),

Cherry Burton, see Gardham

Chester, bp. of, see Scott, Cuthbert

Chestrunt, Wm. de,

Chevage,

Chevincourt, Nic. de,

Chichester:
-, Mary,
-, fam., see Chichester-Constable

Chichester-Constable:
-, J. R. J. (or John),
-, W. G. R.,
-, (formerly Chichester), fam.,

chicory-drying,

Chilvert, see Ketilfrith

Chippendale, Thos.,

Cholmeley:
-, Cath.,
-, Joan, see Bulmer

Christadelphians,

Christian, Ewan,

Christian Scientists,

Church Association Trust, later
-, Church Society Trust,

Church Commissioners, see
-, Ecclesiastical Commissioners

Church Society Trust, see Church
-, Association Trust

churchwardens, see under places under
-, parish officers

Cistercian order, see Meaux abbey;
-, Swine priory

Chapham:
-, Geo. (fl. 1762),
-, Geo., s. of last,
-, Jas.,
-, Leon.,
-, Mary, m. Hen. Cautley, n
-, Rob.,
-, W. S. (fl. 1872),
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1700),
-, Wm. (d. 1835), n
-, Wm. (d. 1860),
-, fam.,

Clappison (or Clapison):
-, Geo.,
-, Thos.,

Clarence, duke of, see Plantagenet, Geo.

Clark:
-, Albert, and his w. Sarah,
-, Herb.,
-, J. R. (fl. 1991),
-, John (d. 1977),
-, Steph., and his w. Jane,
-, W. H.,

Clarkson, Jas.,

clay construction, see mud

Clayton:
-, Wal.,
-, fam.,

Cleeton (in Skipsea),
-, chapel, domestic,
-, common field,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, court, n,
-, domestic architecture,
-, inclosure,
-, manor,
-, manor house,
-, mills,
-, moated site,
-, parish officers,
-, rectory,
-, tithes,
-, windmill,

Clements, Marion,

clerk, Sim. the, see Simon

Clifford, fam., see Constable

Clinton:
-, Edw., earl of Lincoln,
-, Hen.,
-, Ld., see Fiennes, Edw.

clothing, coal clubs,

clover,

Clough, Eliz.,

Clubley:
-, Ann, see Almond
-, Art.,
-, Heather, see Calvert
-, Thos.,

coach and bus services,

Coade stone,

coastguards, coastguard or lifeboat
-, stations,
-, plate I

Coates:
-, G. B.,
-, G. E.,

Cobby, Wm., vicar of Swine,

Cockrell:
-, Mat.,
-, Rob. (fl. early 13th cent.),
-, Rob., s. of last,
-, Wm.,

Colden, see Cowden

Colden Parva (or Little Cowden)
-, ecclesiastical parish,
-, advowson,
-, chapel, church,
-, rector, and see Mysyn
-, rectory,
-, and see Cowden, Little

Collier:
-, Chas., see Collins
-, Eliz.,II

Collings, Isabel, see Kirkby

Collins (or Collier), Chas.,

Collinson, Thos. E.,

Colston:
-, Ann,
-, Dorothy,
-, Eliz.,

common fields, and see under places

Common Fund,

common meadows, see under places

common pastures, and see under
-, places

Commonwealth,

communications, see canals; carriers;
-, coach and bus services; railway;
-, roads; telephone exchanges; and
-, see under places bridges; railway
-, stations; roads

Community Action programme,

Community Rural Aid Ltd.,

commuter, dormitory settlements,

Congregationalists, see Independents

Coniston (in Swine),
-, chapels, nonconformist,
-, common fields,
-, common pasture,
-, court,
-, drainage,
-, inclosure,
-, industry,
-, inns,
-, manor house,
-, manors,
-, mission at,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, schools,
-, tithes,
-, village hall,
-, windmill,
-, woodland,

Connor, R. C.,

conservation areas,
-, and see
-, nature reserves

Conservative party,

Constable (of Burton Constable and
-, Halsham):
-, Agnes,
-, Cuthbert,
-, Edw.,
-, Francis,
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1607),
-, Sir Hen., vct. Dunbar (d. 1645),
-, Hen. (d. 1700),
-, Joan, wid. of Sir John (d. 1542),
-, Sir John (d. 1349),
-, Sir John (d. c. 1474),
-, Sir John (d. 1489),
-, Sir John (d. 1542),
-, Sir John (d. 1579),
-, John, vct. Dunbar, n,
-, Mat.,
-, Ralph,
-, Rob. (d. c. 1200),
-, Rob., neph. of last,
-, (Sir) Rob. (d. by 1336),
-, Rob., vct. Dunbar (d. 1714),
-, Sir Sim.,
-, Talbot Clifford,
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1823),
-, Sir Thos. A. C. (d. 1870),
-, Sir Wm. (fl. 1231),
-, Wm., vct. Dunbar (d. 1718),
-, Wm. (d. 1791),
-, Winefred,
-, fam.,
-, vcts. Dunbar,
-, (formerly Clifford), fam.,
-, (formerly Sheldon), fam.,
-, (formerly Tunstall), fam.,

Constable (of Catfoss):
-, Agnes, see Fauconberg
-, Fulk,
-, John,
-, Mary, w. of John,
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1720),
-, fam.,

Constable (of Cliffe):
-, Frances, see Bulmer

Constable (of Everingham):
-, Sir Marm.,
-, Sir Phil.,
-, Rob.,
-, fam.,

Constable (of Flamborough):
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1488),

Constable (of Great Hatfield):
-, Chris. (fl. c. 1580),
-, Chris. (fl. 1632),
-, Hilary,
-, Jane, m. John Lister,
-, John,
-, Maud, see Hatfield
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Constable (of St. Sepulchre's Garth):
-, Mic.,
-, Ralph
-, fam.,

Constable (of Wassand):
-, Revd. Chas.,
-, Eliz., see Stokes
-, Joan, wid. of Sir Wm.,
-, Marm. (d. 1558),
-, Marm. (d. 1568),
-, Marm. (d. 1607),
-, Marm. (d. 1690),
-, Marm. (d. 1812),
-, Mary, w. of Phil.,
-, Mary, m. Sir Geo., Strickland,
-, Phil. (d. 1618),
-, Sir Wm.,
-, fam.,
-, and see Strickland-Constable

constable, Ulbert the, see Ulbert

Constables,
-, and see under
-, places under parish officers

Conway, Wm.,

Conyers:
-, Tristram, and his wid. Eliz.,
-, Wm.,

Cook (or Cooke):
-, Annie,
-, Mary (fl. 1698),
-, Mary (d. 1921),
-, Nic., rector of Roos,
-, T., & Son (Farmers) Ltd.,
-, Thos. (fl. 1916),
-, Thos., jr. (fl. c. 1940),
-, Thos. Kennington (fl. 1948,
-, another),

Cooper:
-, Ant., earl of Shaftesbury,
-, Cropley, earl of Shaftesbury,
-, E. M.,
-, G. R. (fl. 1948),
-, Geo., (d. by 1764),
-, Ric.,
-, Wm. (d. 1723),
-, Wm. (fl. earlier 18th cent.,
-, another),

coppicing,

Coppinger:
-, Cath., see Fysh
-, Fysh,

Corbridge, Rob., rector of Roos,

corn milling, see Rank

Cornwall:
-, ctss. of, see Gavaston
-, Ralph, vicar of Burton Pidsea, vicar
-, or curate of Skipsea,

Cornwallis, fam.,

Cotes, Ric. de,

Cottingham, L. N.,

Cottingham,
-, Hull Bank,
-, manor,
-, and see Dunswell

Cotton, Geo.,

Cotum:
-, Lucy de, see St. Quintin
-, Rob. de,

Council in the North,

Counsell, Hugh,

Coventry:
-, Hen. Amelius,
-, Mary, vctss. Deerhurst, ctss. of
-, Coventry,

Cowden (or Colden), Great (or North),
-, township (in Colden Parva and
-, Mappleton),
-, Army camp,
-, chapel, nonconformist,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, drainage,
-, holiday camp,
-, inclosure,
-, industry,
-, inn,
-, landing place,
-, manor,
-, manor house, Manor Farm,
-, mill(s),
-, moated site,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, R.A.F. practice range,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, tithes,
-, and see Cowdens Ambo

Cowden (or Colden), Little (or South),
-, township (in Colden Parva),
-, common field,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, court,
-, Cowden Parva Farm,
-, drainage,
-, inclosure,
-, manor,
-, manor house,
-, mill,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, R.A.F. practice range,
-, rectory,
-, road,
-, tithes,
-, windmill,
-, and see Colden Parva ecclesiastical
-, parish; Cowdens Ambo
-, township

Cowdens Ambo township,

Cox:
-, Claud,
-, Harold,

Craven, R. M.,

Cressy, Revd. Ric.,

Creswell:
-, Cath., wid. of Geo. (fl. 1659),
-, Geo. (d. 1592),
-, Geo. (fl. 1659),
-, Ralph,
-, fam.,

cricket,

Croft:
-, D. W., and his w. M. A.,
-, J. W.,

Crompton:
-, Rob.,
-, Thos., and his s. Thos. (fl. 1602),
-, Wal. (fl. mid 17th cent.),
-, Wal. (fl. 1742, another),
-, Wm.,

Crooke:
-, Jane, m. Albert Iveson,
-, John,
-, Priscilla, ?m. G. W. Harrison,
-, Wm.,

crops, rotation of,

crops and livestock (less common), see
-, clover; flax; hemp; potatoes; rape;
-, turkeys; turnips; willow

crosses, see Atwick; Brandesburton;
-, Frodingham, North; Garton;
-, Leven; Nunkeeling; Rise;
-, Sproatley; Swine; Tunstall;
-, Withernwick

Crouch:
-, Anne, see Johnson
-, Matthias,

Crowle:
-, J. C.,
-, Ric.,

Crown,
-, building by,
-, estates:
-, Aumale fee,
-, n
-, former religious, and see
-, under Aumale priory;
-, Beverley, St. Giles's hospital
-, and St. John's college;
-, Bridlington priory; Burstall
-, priory; Kirkham priory;
-, Kirkstall abbey; Knights
-, Hospitaller; Meaux abbey;
-, Mount Grace priory;
-, Newsham abbey; Nunkeeling
-, priory; Swine priory;
-, Thornton abbey and college;
-, Warter priory; Watton priory;
-, York, St. Leonard's hospital
-, and St. Mary's abbey; see
-, also Burton Pidsea, guild;
-, chantries; Garton, Roos, and
-, Tunstall (church entries);
-, Preston, St. Sepulchre's
-, hospital.
-, others,
-, grants, see free warren
-, loan,
-, officers,
-, patron of churches, chantries,

Crown Estate Commissioners,

Croxton, Revd. Rowland,

Crust:
-, Marian, m. -Nolloth,
-, Thos.,

Cullington, G. L.,

Cundy, Thos.,

Cunliffe-Lister, Susan,

Cunnington, Thos.,

Curtis:
-, J. W. P.,
-, Mary, see Wharram
-, fam.,

customs and duties, local:
-, tolls,

customs officer, service,

customs and services, see chevage;
-, entry fines; merchet; poultry
-, renders; tallage; tenants' works;
-, tenures

Cutt:
-, Eliz., see Routh
-, Sir John (d. 1521),
-, John (d. 1528),
-, John, s. of last,
-, Sir John (fl. 1549, ?the same),
-, fam.,

cycling, cycle dealer,

Dacre:
-, Eliz., w. of Thos., Ld. Dacre, see
-, Greystoke
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Howard, Ld.
-, Howard,
-, Geo., Ld. Dacre and Greystoke,
-, Thos., Ld. Dacre of Gilsland,
-, Ld., Lady, see Fiennes, Gregory,
-, Marg., and Thos.
-, fam.,

Dade:
-, Thos., rector of Barmston, vicar of
-, Burton Agnes,
-, Wm., rector of Barmston, curate of
-, Ulrome,

dairy farming, see cattle

Dale, Wm.,

Dalton:
-, John,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos. (fl. 1556),
-, Thos. (d. 1639),
-, fam.,

Danby, Ruth, see Tonge

Danes,

Danthorpe:
-, Adam of,
-, Sir Alan of,
-, Sir John of (fl. mid 13th cent.),
-, John of (fl. 1287), s. of last,
-, John of (fl. 1280s, ?the same),
-, John of (d. 1301, ?the same),
-, Wm. of,
-, fam.,

Danthorpe (in Humbleton),
-, bridges,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pasture,
-, court,
-, Danthorpe Hall,
-, plate
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, ford,
-, inclosure,
-, industry,
-, manor,
-, manor house, and see Danthorpe Hall
-, parish officers,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, tithes,
-, windmill,

Darcy:
-, Anne, m. -Savile,
-, Eliz., wid. of John, Ld. Darcy, m.
-, Sir Francis Fane,
-, Dorothy, see Melton
-, Sir Geo., Ld. Darcy,
-, Hugh,
-, John, Ld. Darcy (d. 1602),
-, John, Ld. Darcy (d. 1635),
-, Mic.,
-, Rob., and his w. Beatrice,
-, Rog.,
-, fam.,

Darrell:
-, Thos.,
-, Wm., rector of Brandesburton,

Davison, Wm., vicar of Mappleton,
-, prebendary of York Minster,

Dawnay:
-, Alan,
-, Cath., see Roundell
-, John, vct. Downe,
-, Lewis,
-, Lydia,
-, (later Langley), Marm.,
-, Payn,
-, Revd. Thos.,
-, Revd. Wm., vct. Downe,
-, fam.,

Dawson:
-, Edm.,
-, Revd. Major (d. 1829 or 1830),
-, Major (fl. 1862),
-, Mary,
-, Mrs.,

Day:
-, John,
-, Wm.,

Deacon, Thos.,

Dealtry:
-, Eliz.,
-, Jas.,

Deerhurst, vctss., see Coventry

Deighton:
-, Kenneth,
-, Ric.,

Denison:
-, Albert D., Baron Londesborough,
-, W. F. H., earl of Londesborough,
-, W. H. F., Baron Londesborough,
-, earl of Londesborough,
-, fam.,
-, trustees,

Dent:
-, J. W. (fl. 1935),
-, John Dent (d. 1894),
-, Jos. (d. c. 1870),
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

depopulated, lost villages, see Arram;
-, Bonwick; Catfoss; Cleeton;
-, Cowden, Little; Dunnington;
-, Ellerby; Garton; Grimston;
-, Hartburn; Hornsea Beck; Hornsea
-, Burton; Meaux; Monkwith;
-, Newhithe; Newton, East and
-, West; Northorpe; Routh;
-, Southorpe; Ulrome; Upton;
-, Wawne; Winkton; Withernwick

Desmond, earl of, see Feilding

Despenser:
-, Marg., see Goxhill
-, Margery, m. Rog. Wentworth,
-, Phil. le (d. 1313),
-, Sir Phil. (d. 1349),
-, Phil. le, Ld. Despenser of Goxhill
-, (d. 1401),
-, Phil. le (d. 1424),
-, Rob.,
-, fam.,

Devereux:
-, Eliz., see Withypoole
-, Leicester, vct. Hereford,

Dewsbury, Wm.,

Dickinson:
-, Geo.,
-, J. T.,
-, M. W.,
-, Sarah, m. Hugh Bethell (d. 1717),
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Dickson, see Dixon

dike (or gripp)-reeves, ditch supervisors,

Disney:
-, John (fl. 1397),
-, John (fl. before 1467, ?another),
-, Thos., and his w. Maud,

ditch supervisors, see dike

Ditchfield:
-, Edw.,
-, grantees,

Dixey, Wolstan,

Dixon (or Dickson):
-, Ann,
-, Eliz., m. -Kennedy,
-, Geo., vicar of Wawne and Helmsley
-, (Yorks. N. R.),
-, Hen.,
-, Jonathan, curate and vicar of Burton
-, Pidsea, vicar of Garton and
-, Humbleton, perpetual curate
-, of Tunstall, and curate of
-, Elstronwick,
-, Leon.,
-, Muriel,
-, Ric.,
-, Rob. (d. by 1827),
-, Rob. (d. 1937),
-, Rosamond, see Carter
-, T. C. (d. 1899),
-, T. C. B. (d. 1906),
-, Thos. (fl. 1770),
-, Thos. (fl. before 1823, ?another),
-, Thos. (d. 1850),
-, W. H., perpetual curate of
-, Mappleton,
-, fam.,

Dobson:
-, Esther, m. Chris. Hildyard,
-, Wm. (d. 1666),
-, Wm. (fl. 1808),

Docwray, John, and his w. Marg.,

Dodson:
-, Miles,
-, Ric.,

Dodsworth:
-, John (d. by 1820),
-, John, s. of last,

Dole:
-, Rog. (fl. 1223),
-, Rog. (fl. 1348),
-, fam.,

Dolman:
-, Jane (or Joan), w. of Rob. (or Ric.),
-, see St. Quintin
-, Jas., and his w. Joan, and see
-, Goxhill, Joan
-, (or Doweman), Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Doncaster (Yorks. W. R.),

Dooby, Sarah,

Dore:
-, John,
-, Ric.,

dormitory villages, see commuter

dovecots, pigeon houses,

Dowbiggin:
-, John,
-, Priscilla, see Bower

Doweman, Thos., see Dolman

Downe, vct., see Dawnay, John and
-, Revd. Wm.

Downing, Edm.,

Dowthorpe (in Swine); see Ellerby

drainage, drainage schemes,
-, and see Barmston;
-, Beverley and Barmston;
-, Holderness; Keyingham; North
-, Holderness; see also local government
-, sections for regulation of;
-, flooding

Drake:
-, Francis, vicar of North Frodingham,
-, Wm., vicar of North Frodingham,

Drew, Pet.,

Driffield,
-, bus service,
-, canal, navigation,
-, friendly society,
-, market,
-, road,

Driffield poor-law union,

Driffield rural district,

Dringhoe:
-, Gualo, f. of Thos. of,
-, (or Meaux), John of,
-, Maud of, m. Wm. de Stutville,
-, Mazelina of, m. Thos. of Meaux,
-, Mazelina of, m. John of Ulrome,
-, ?earlier w. of John of Paull,
-, Sim., neph. of Thos. of,
-, Thos. of,

Dringhoe (or Dringolme) (in Skipsea),
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, court,
-, Crow Grange, Garth, grange, see
-, under Beeford
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, Dringhoe Hall,
-, inclosure,
-, inn,
-, manor, and see
-, under Beeford, manors
-, manor house, Dringhoe Manor
-, House,
-, mill,
-, moated site, and see under
-, Beeford
-, monastic grange, see under Beeford
-, parish officers,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, tithes,
-, water mill, see under Beeford
-, windmills,
-, woodland, see under Beeford

Drypool,
-, chapel, medieval,
-, chapelry,
-, curacy,
-, and see Southcoates; Sutton on Hull

Dudley:
-, Ambrose, earl of Warwick, and his
-, wid. Anne,
-, John, earl of Warwick, duke of
-, Northumberland,
-, Rob., earl of Leicester,

Duesbery:
-, Thos.,
-, Sarah, w. of Thos.,

Duke, Hannah,

dumbles, see reeds

Dunbar, vcts., see Constable, Hen.,
-, John, Rob., and Wm.

Dunn:
-, Abraham,
-, Ellen,
-, John,
-, Maud,
-, Sam.,
-, Sarah,

Dunnington (in Beeford),
-, chapel,
-, chapel, nonconformist,
-, common fields,
-, common pastures,
-, courts,
-, curacy house,
-, curate, chaplain,
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, Dunnington Grange,
-, Dunnington House,
-, Dunnington Manor,
-, inclosure,
-, inn,
-, manor houses,
-, manors,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, tithes,
-, windmill,
-, woodland,

Dunsley, fam.,

Dunswell (in Cottingham),

Durham:
-, bp. of, see Skirlaw, Wal.; Tunstall,
-, Cuthbert
-, diocese,

Dyer, Sam.,

Ealdwif (fl. mid 11th cent.),

Earle, John,

Earnwing (or Arnui) (fl. 1066),

earthworks, n,
-, n,

Easington:
-, advowson,
-, manor,
-, and see Northorpe; Ravenser

East Holderness Hunt,

East Riding Home Missionary
-, Society,

East Riding Hospital Management
-, Committee,

East Riding Territorial Army
-, Association,

East Riding and York Joint Board for
-, the Mentally Defective,

East Yorkshire Artillery Volunteers,

East Yorkshire Borough district (of
-, Humberside), see North Wolds

East Yorkshire Gravel Co. Ltd.,

East Yorkshire Motor Services Ltd.,

Ecclesfield (Yorks. W.R.),

Ecclesiastical (later Church) Commissioners,

Edmundson, Thos.,

Edrington, Wm.,

Education, Board of, Department,

Edward the Confessor, King,

Edward I, King,

Edward III, King,

Edwards, Ann,

Egerton, Sir John,

Egfrid (?fl. mid 11th cent.),

Egglerton:
-, Mary,
-, Thos.,

Egleston, Eliz.,

Elaf (fl. 1066),

Eldred, John,

electricity, gas stations,

Electricity Supply Nominees Ltd.,

Elizabeth I, Queen,

Ellerby (in Swine),
-, chapels, nonconformist,
-, church, mission chapel,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, court,
-, domestic architecture,
-, Dowthorpe,
-, Dowthorpe Hall,
-, drainage,
-, inclosure,
-, inns,
-, Langthorpe, n,
-, Langthorpe Hall,
-, manor houses, and
-, see Langthorpe Hall
-, manors,
-, mills,
-, mission chapel, see church
-, moated site,
-, monastic granges,
-, New Ellerby,
-, Oubrough,
-, parish officers,
-, playing, sports fields,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, railway stations,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, school,
-, Temperance hall,
-, tithes,
-, windmills,
-, Woodhall, Wood Hall,
-, woodland,

Ellerker:
-, Charlotte, see Mainwaring Ellerker
-, (formerly Townshend), Geo., earl of
-, Leicester,
-, Isabel, see Moore
-, John (fl. 15th cent.),
-, John (fl. later 16th cent.),
-, John (d. 1617), grds. of last,
-, John (d. 1676),
-, Marg.,
-, Ralph (fl. late 15th cent.),
-, Ralph (d. 1539, ?another),
-, Ralph (d. 1543),
-, Ralph (fl. 1545),
-, Sir Ralph (d. 1546, ?another),
-, Sir Ralph (d. 1558),
-, Ralph (fl. later 16th cent., another),
-, Ralph (fl. mid 17th cent.),
-, Rob.,
-, Thos., s. of Isabel (d. 1478),
-, Thos. (d. 1558, another),
-, Wm. (d. 1591),
-, Wm., s. of John (d. 1617),
-, fam.,

Elliott:
-, Hen.,
-, Jos.,
-, R. W.,

Ellis, J. R.,

Elrington:
-, Edw.,
-, John, and his w. Maud,
-, Sim.,
-, Thos. (fl. early 16th cent.),
-, Thos. (d. 1566, ?the same),

Elsom, Hen.,

Elstronwick (or Astenewic, Elsternwyk,
-, Elsternwick) (in Humbleton),
-, bridges,
-, chantries,
-, chapel, medieval, later church,
-, chapel, nonconformist,
-, charity,
-, church, see chapel, medieval
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pasture,
-, court,
-, curacy,
-, curates, and see Browne, John;
-, Dixon, Jonathan
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, Elstronwick Hall,
-, ford,
-, inclosure,
-, industry,
-, inns,
-, manors,
-, mills,
-, parish officers,
-, playing field,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, school,
-, tithes,
-, woodland,

Elwes, Hen.,

Emanuel hospital, Westminster,

Emerson:
-, Alex., sr. and jr.,
-, John,

Empringham:
-, Mic. (d. 1578),
-, Mic. (fl. 1598),
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,

engineering, and see
-, agricultural engineers; motor
-, engineers

England:
-, Frank,
-, Geo. (d. 1922),
-, Geo. (fl. 1936),
-, Jas.,
-, Sarah, ?wid. of Geo. (d. 1922),
-, Wm. (fl. 1919),
-, Wm. (d. 1932, ?another),

entry fines,

Environment Agency,

Equitable Life Assurance Society,

Erenbald (fl. 1086),

Erneburgh Burton, see Burton
-, Constable

erosion, coastal,

Escrick:
-, Ralph,
-, Rob. (d. 1621),
-, Rob. (d. 1643),
-, Rob. (d. by 1690),

Eske (in Beverley),

Esthall:
-, Thos. of,
-, Wm. of,
-, (or Hall), fam.,

Estoft, Chris.,

Etherdwick:
-, Amabel, wid. of Sir Wm. of,
-, Ralph of,
-, Rob. of,
-, Thos. of,
-, Wal. of,
-, Wm. of (fl. mid 13th cent.),
-, Sir Wm. of (fl. 13th cent., ?the
-, same),

Etherdwick (in Aldbrough),
-, bridges,
-, chantry, and see Aldbrough,
-, chantries
-, common fields,
-, common meadow,
-, common pasture,
-, drainage,
-, inclosure,
-, manor,
-, manor house,
-, population,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, tithes,
-, windmill,

Etherington:
-, Alice,
-, (Sir) Geo. (d. 1627),
-, Geo. (fl. 1631),
-, Geo. (d. 1854),
-, Hen. (d. 1760),
-, (Sir) Hen. (d. 1819),
-, John,
-, Thos. (d. 1868),
-, Thos., ?s. of last,

Eudes, count of Champagne,

European Heritage Year,

Evangelicals, and see Anglicanism

Evans, Mic.,

Everingham, see Constable, fam.

Evetts, L. C.,

Ewer:
-, Ann,
-, Ant.,
-, Eliz., m. Sir Francis Wood,
-, fam.,

Exchequer,

Exeter, earls of, see Cecil, David, John,
-, and Wm.

Eyre:
-, Ant.,
-, Rowland,

Faceby, Frances,

Fairfax:
-, Ferdinando, Ld. Fairfax,
-, Thos.,

falconer, Giles the, see Giles

Fane:
-, Eliz., see Darcy
-, Sir Francis,

Fantoni, Giva, see Whyte

Far East,

Farnaby, fam.,

Farnham, John,

Farrah:
-, Francis (d. by 1726), and his wid.
-, Frances,
-, Francis, grds. of last,
-, Francis (d. 1763), ?f. of last,
-, Rob.,

Fauconberg:
-, Agnes de, w. of Rob., see Arches
-, Agnes de, w. of Wal. (fl. c. 1200),
-, Agnes de, w. of Wal. (d. 1304), see
-, Brus
-, Agnes, m. Fulk Constable,
-, Alice de, wid. of Wal. (d. 1318), m.
-, Sir Ralph Bulmer,
-, Sir And.,
-, Cath., m. Ric. Butler,
-, Eustace de,
-, (Sir) Hen. de, s. of Wm. (d. by 1295),
-, Hen. de (fl. 1316, ?the same),
-, Isabel (fl. 1460), m. -Suthill,
-, Isabel de, wid. of Wal. (d. 1362),
-, Joan, m. Wm. Neville,
-, John de (fl. c. 1300), s. of Wm.,
-, John de, Ld. Fauconberg (d. 1349,
-, another),
-, John, s. of Wal. (?d. 1360),
-, John de (d. 1366, ?another),
-, Marg. de, w. of Sir Pet. (fl. earlier
-, 13th cent.),
-, Pet. de (fl. later 12th cent.),
-, Sir Pet. de (fl. early and mid 13th
-, cent., another),
-, Rog.,
-, Steph. de, and his wid. Parnel,
-, Thos. de (d. 1349),
-, Sir Thos. (fl. 1372),
-, W. de (fl. mid 13th cent.), ?Wal. (d.
-, 1304),
-, Wal. de (fl. mid 12th cent.),
-, Wal. de (fl. c. 1200, another),
-, Wal. de, Ld. Fauconberg (d. 1304),
-, Sir Wal. de (d. 1314), and his wid.
-, Anastasia,
-, Wal. de, Ld. Fauconberg (d. 1318),
-, Wal. de (fl. before 1325), ?Wal. de
-, (d. 1318),
-, Wal. de (fl. 1316, ?another), s. of
-, John (fl. c. 1300),
-, Sir Wal. de (fl. 1341, ?the same),
-, Sir Wal. de (fl. c. 1350, ?another),
-, Wal. (?d. 1360, another), s. of Thos.
-, de (d. 1349),
-, Wal. de, Ld. Fauconberg (d. 1362),
-, Sir Wal. (d. by 1392), s. of John (d.
-, 1366),
-, Wm. de (fl. mid 13th cent.),
-, (Sir) Wm. de (d. 1294, ?another),
-, -, w. of Sir Wal. (d. by 1392), see
-, Bilton
-, -, m. Wm. Plessington,
-, fam.,
-, and
-, see Franco
-, Lds. Fauconberg,

Feilding:
-, Bridget, see Stanhope
-, Geo., earl of Desmond,

Fenwick:
-, Edw.,
-, John, vicar of Aldbrough and curate
-, of Humbleton,

Fernley:
-, Jane, m. -Lazenby,
-, Jos.,
-, Sarah,

Ferrers, Edw.,

Ferriby, North,
-, priory,

Fewson, Mary,

Fiennes:
-, Alice, see FitzHugh
-, Anne, wid. of Gregory,
-, Celia,
-, Edw., Ld. Clinton and Saye,
-, Gregory, Ld. Dacre,
-, Sir John,
-, Marg., Lady Dacre, m. Sampson
-, Lennard,
-, Thos., Ld. Dacre,
-, fam.,

Filey,

Finch, Heneage, earl of Winchilsea,

Firman:
-, Humph. Brooke (d. 1868),
-, Humph. Brooke, s. of last,
-, Mary, see Brooke

First World War,
-, n,

fish-carrying,

Fisher, H. G.,

fishermen, see warreners

fishing:
-, coastal,
-, inland,

Fitling, Amand of,

Fitling (in Humbleton),
-, chantry,
-, chapel, medieval,
-, chapels, nonconformist,
-, charity,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, court,
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, Fitling Hall,
-, inclosure,
-, inn,
-, manor houses,
-, manors,
-, Moat House,
-, moated site,
-, Fitling moor,
-, parish officers,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, tithes,
-, village hall,
-, windmill,
-, woodland,

FitzHugh:
-, Alice, m. Sir John Fiennes,
-, Eliz., see Grey
-, Eliz., m. Sir Wm. Parr,
-, Geo., Ld. FitzHugh,
-, Hen., Ld. FitzHugh (d. 1425),
-, -, Ld. FitzHugh (fl. late 15th or
-, early 16th cent., ?Ric. (d. 1487)
-, or Geo. (d. 1513)),
-, fam.,

FitzRalph, Rob.,

FitzWilliam:
-, Anne, see Stringer
-, Earl, see also Wentworth-Fitz-
-, William
-, John, vct. Milton, Earl Fitz
-, William,
-, Sir Ralph,
-, Sir Wm.,
-, fam.,

flax,

Fleming, Wm.,

Fletcher, Frances,

Flete, John del,

Flinton:
-, Alan of,
-, Edw.,
-, Geo., and his wid. Marg.,
-, Herb. of,
-, Ranulph of,
-, Rob. of,
-, Thos. of,
-, fam.,

Flinton (in Humbleton),
-, chapel, manorial,
-, chapel, nonconformist,
-, charities,
-, common fields,
-, common meadow,
-, common pastures,
-, court,
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, inclosure,
-, industry,
-, inn,
-, manor house, Manor Farm,
-, manors,
-, parish officers,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, tithes,
-, windmill,

Flood:
-, Rob.,
-, Wendy,

flooding,
-, and see
-, drainage

flotsam and jetsam,

Flower:
-, Geo.,
-, Jane, see Francis
-, John,
-, Rog.,
-, Rog. (d. 1527), grds. of Rog.,
-, fam.,

Foale, Wm.,

Foliot:
-, Agnes, see Arches
-, Hugh,
-, Wm.,

Foord, see Ford

football,

Ford (or Foord):
-, Jas.,
-, Revd. Ric.,
-, Thos.,

forester, see wood-reeve

Forman, Rob.,

Forni (fl. 1066),

Forz:
-, Aveline, w. of Wm. de, count of
-, Aumale (d. 1241),
-, Aveline de, ctss. of Aumale (d. 1274),
-, Wm. de, count of Aumale (d. 1241),
-, Wm. de, count of Aumale (fl. late
-, 12th or earlier 13th cent., ?the
-, same or Wm. (d. 1195)),
-, Wm. de, count of Aumale (d. 1260),

Fosham (in Aldbrough),
-, common meadows,
-, domestic architecture,
-, manor,
-, manors, house,
-, moated site,
-, population,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, tithes,
-, windmill,
-, and see Lambwath

Foster:
-, Cath., m. -Miller,
-, Jas. (d. by 1845),
-, Jas. A. (fl. 1937),
-, John,
-, Jos.,
-, W. G.,
-, W. H.,
-, Revd. Wm.,
-, fam.,

Foston (or Fostun) (?in Humbleton),

Foston on the Wolds, and see
-, Kelk, Great
-, advowson,
-, canal,
-, chapel, nonconformist,
-, mills,
-, vicarage,
-, and see Brigham; Gembling

Fountains abbey (Yorks. W. R.),

Fowler, Jas.,

fowling,

Fox:
-, Geo.,
-, John (d. after 1833),
-, John, s. of last,
-, Jos. (fl. 1786),
-, Jos., s. of John (d. after 1833),
-, Thos.,

Foxton:
-, B. P.,
-, Edith, wid. of J. A.,
-, J. A.,
-, Farmers Ltd.,

Fraisthorpe,
-, advowson,
-, chapel, church,
-, curacy,

Fran (fl. 1066),

Fran son of Thor (fl. 11th cent., ?the
-, same),

France, and
-, see Aumale priory; Beauvais
-, abbey; La Charite; La Grande
-, Motte; Meaux; Sees abbey

franchises, see assize of bread and of
-, ale; flotsam and jetsam; frankpledge;
-, free warren; gallows;
-, infangthief; pillory; prisons; sac
-, and soc; stocks; stray; toll and
-, team; tumbril; waif; wreck

Francis:
-, Alice, m. -Worsley, -
-, Staveley,
-, Jane, m. Rog. Flower,
-, Isabel, w. of Sir John,
-, Sir John,
-, fam.,

Franco (de Fauconberg) (fl. 1086),

Frank, Ric.,

Frankland:
-, J. W.,
-, fam.,

frankpledge, view of, leet jurisdiction,

Franks:
-, John,
-, Rob.,

Frechwell (or Frechvyll):
-, Isabel, see Suthill
-, John,
-, Pet. (fl. 1572),
-, Pet. (fl. 1602, ?the same),

free warren,

Friboys:
-, Beatrice de, see Beatrice
-, Geof. de,
-, Gillian de,
-, Odo,

friendly societies, see Aldbrough;
-, Barmston; Beeford; Brandesburton;
-, Burton Pidsea;
-, Frodingham, North; Hornsea;
-, Leven; Roos; Skipsea; Sproatley;
-, Skirlaugh, South; Withernwick

Friends, Society of (Quakers),

Frismarsh, Osbert of,

Frodingham, North,
-, advowson,
-, Ancient Shepherds' and
-, Shepherdesses' lodges,
-, bridges,
-, chapels, nonconformist,
-, charities,
-, church,
-, Church End Farm, plate
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, court,
-, crosses,
-, curates,
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, Emmotland,
-, fairs,
-, Frodingham beck,
-, guild,
-, inclosure,
-, industry,
-, inns,
-, landings, wharf,
-, manor,
-, manor house, Manor House farm,
-, market,
-, moor,
-, Oddfellows' lodge,
-, P.O.W. camp,
-, parish officers,
-, playing fields,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, Primitive Methodist provident
-, society,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, rectory,
-, rectory houses,
-, Rising Star Benefit Society,
-, roads,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, schools,
-, tithes,
-, vicarage,
-, vicarage houses,
-, vicars, and see
-, Atkinson, John; Drake, Francis
-, and Wm.; Isaacson; West
-, village halls,
-, windmill,

Frodingham, South (in Owthorne),

Frost:
-, J. A., and his w. Marg.,
-, John, and his w. Mary,
-, fam.,

Frumold (fl. 1086),

Fulcher (fl. early 12th cent.),

Fulk (fl. 1086),

furniture manufacture,

furze, see gorse

Fussey:
-, Frank,
-, W. H.,

Fysh:
-, Cath., m. -Coppinger,
-, Eliz., see Allanson
-, Tristram,

Gale:
-, G. M. (d. 1887),
-, G. M. (d. 1916),
-, Geo. (d. 1824),
-, Mary, see Ogle
-, Rob.,
-, Susannah,

Galland:
-, Revd. Thos.,
-, fam.,

gallows, gibbet, n

gamekeepers, see warreners

Gamel (fl. 1066),

Gamel (?fl. 12th cent.),

Gamel son of Ketel (fl. later 11th
-, cent.),

Ganstead (in Swine),
-, bridge,
-, chantry,
-, chapel, medieval,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pasture,
-, court,
-, domestic architecture,
-, Ganstead Hall (or Ganstead Old
-, Hall, Hall Garth),
-, Ganstead Grange,
-, inclosure,
-, inn,
-, manor,
-, manor houses,
-, mills,
-, moated site,
-, parish officer,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, tithes,
-, Turmer Hall,
-, village hall,
-, windmills,

Ganton, Benj.,

Ganton,

Garbutt:
-, D. P.,
-, J. W. P.,

garden centres,

Gardham (in Cherry Burton):
-, chantry,

Garnett:
-, John, rector of Sigglesthorne (fl.
-, earlier 18th cent.),
-, John (fl. later 18th cent.),

Garton (or Garton in Holderness, East
-, Garton),
-, n,
-, advowson,
-, almshouses,
-, Blue Hall (Farm), plate
-, bridge,
-, chapels, nonconformist,
-, charities,
-, church,
-, plate
-, common fields,
-, common meadow,
-, common pastures,
-, court,
-, cross,
-, curates, assistant curate, and
-, see Browne, John (fl. 1743) and
-, (d. 1787)
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, Hooks, see Tunstall
-, inclosure,
-, industry,
-, inns,
-, manors,
-, manor house,
-, mausoleum,
-, moated site,
-, parish officers,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, rector,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, schools,
-, tithes,
-, vicarage,
-, vicarage houses,
-, vicars, and see Dixon,
-, Jonathan; Hugh; Miller, N. J.
-, village hall,
-, windmills,
-, woodland,
-, and seeGrimston; Owstwick

Garton, East, see Garton

Garton on the Wolds, n

gas stations, seeelectricity

Gaunge, Wal. de la,

Gavaston, Marg. de, ctss. of Cornwall,

Gedney:
-, Thos., rector of Routh,
-, fam.,

Gedney (Lincs.),

Gee:
-, Hannah, w. of Revd. Ric.,
-, Jas.,
-, Jane, n
-, Mrs. (?Hannah), seeHannah.
-, Revd. Ric.,
-, Rog.,
-, Thos. (fl. 1712),
-, Wm. (fl. 1602),
-, Wm. (fl. 1602, another),
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1611, ?another),
-, Wm. (d. 1718),
-, Wm. (fl. 1757),
-, fam.,

Gembling (in Foston on the Wolds),

gibbet, see gallows

Gibson:
-, Edw.,
-, G. H. (fl. 1918),
-, Geo. (fl. 1633),
-, Geo. (fl. 1705), grds. of last,
-, Geo. (d. 1774, ?another),
-, Geo. (fl. 1781),
-, Geo. (d. 1809, ?the same),
-, Mat. (fl. 1705),
-, Mat. T. (d. 1833),
-, Rob.,
-, Wm. (fl. 1672),
-, Wm. (d. 1820),
-, Wm. (fl. 1953),

Giggleswick grammar school (Yorks.
-, W. R.),

Gilby:
-, John, curate of Ulrome, rector of
-, Barmston,
-, Lovelace,
-, Marg. (?fl. c. 1700), w. of Lovelace,
-, see Barnard
-, Marg. (d. by mid 18th cent.), dau. of
-, last,
-, Marg. (d. 1790), see Midgley

Giles the falconer,

Gill:
-, Leon.,
-, Phil.,

Gilliat, Georgina,

Gillon, Pierre H. M. du,

Gilt:
-, Hugh (d. by 1323),
-, (or Gyk), Hugh (fl. 1358),
-, Rob. (fl. 1270),
-, Rob. (fl. later 14th cent.),
-, Rog.,
-, fam.,

Glede:
-, Joan, m. Rob. of Hedon,
-, Thos., vicar of Skipsea,

Glendon Estates Co. Ltd.,

Gloucester, Ralph of,

Gloucester, duke of, see Richard III,
-, King

Goad, Esther, see Hildyard

Godard:
-, Constance, see Sutton
-, Sir John,
-, Marg., m. Thos. Ughtred,

Godfrey, Osbert s. of, seeOsbert

Goldwell, John,

golf courses, clubs,

Goodlass, fam.,

Goodwin:
-, Deryck, vicar of Burton Pidsea,
-, Geo.,

Gordon, Revd. Edw.,

Goring:
-, Anne,
-, Chas., earl of Norwich,
-, Geo. (?d. by 1602),
-, Geo. (d. 1657), Ld. Goring,
-, Geo., Ld. Goring, earl of Norwich
-, (d. 1663),

gorse, furze, whins,

Gough, Hugh Roumieu,

Goundril, Geo., rector of Sproatley,
-, curate of Nunkeeling, vicar of
-, Swine,

Government Training Scheme,

Gower:
-, Edw.,
-, Geo.,
-, Gilb.,
-, Marm.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Goxhill:
-, (or Sproatley), Adam of,
-, Erneis of,
-, (?of Goxhill), Evelyn, w. of Giles,
-, n
-, Gertrude,
-, Giles of (fl. mid 13th cent.),
-, (?of Goxhill), Giles of, n
-, Hen.,
-, Joan, ?m. Jas. Dolman,
-, John of (d. by 1301),
-, John of (fl. 1340s),
-, John (fl. 1391, ?another),
-, John of (fl. 1413, ?another),
-, John of (fl. 1389), former rector of
-, Goxhill,
-, John (d. 1529),
-, Marg., m. Phil. le Despenser,
-, John de Ros, Ld. Ros of
-, Watton,
-, Pet. of (fl. 1143),
-, Pet. of (fl. 1241),
-, Pet. of (fl. 1280),
-, Pet. of (fl. 1303, another), n,
-, Pet. of (fl. early 14th cent., ?the
-, same),
-, Ralph of (fl. earlier 12th cent.),
-, Ralph of (fl. before 1154, ?the same),
-, Ralph of (fl. late 12th cent.,
-, ?another),
-, Sir Ralph of (fl. c. 1230, ?another),
-, Sir Ralph of, f. of Pet. (fl. 1303),
-, ?another, n,
-, Ralph of (d. by 1294),
-, Rob. of (d. by 1185),
-, Rob. of (d. by 1287),
-, Rob. of (fl. 1320), parochial chaplain
-, of Barmston,
-, Rob. (fl. 1391),
-, Rob. (d. 1529),
-, Rob., grdf. of last,
-, Sim. of (fl. 1316),
-, Sir Wal. of, see Ver
-, fam.,

Goxhill,
-, n,
-, advowson,
-, chantry,
-, church,
-, plate
-, common fields,
-, common pasture,
-, curates, assistant curate,
-, drainage,
-, inclosure,
-, manor,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, railway station,
-, rectory,
-, rectory house,
-, rectors, and see Goxhill,
-, John; Wakefield
-, roads,
-, tithes,
-, windmill,
-, woodland,
-, and see Arnestorp

Goxhill (Lincs.),

Graham:
-, Edw., vct. Preston,
-, Kathleen,

Gransmoor (in Burton Agnes),

Grant, Wm., (Paull) Ltd.,

Grantham:
-, Dorothy, w. of Thos., sr., see Alford
-, Dorothy, m.-Holt,
-, Eliz., m. -Palmer,
-, Frances, wid. of Thos. (d. 1668),
-, n,
-, Ralph,
-, Thos., f. of Thos. (d. 1668),
-, Thos. (d. 1668),
-, Vincent,

Grantley, Baron, seeNorton

Grasby (or Grassby):
-, Francis (fl. earlier 19th cent.),
-, Frank (fl. later 20th cent.),
-, Rob.,

Graves, John,

Gray, Rob. (fl. 1575), and see Grey

Greame:
-, Alicia, m. Geo. Lloyd,
-, John (d. 1665),
-, John (d. 1746),
-, John (d. 1798),
-, John (d. 1841),
-, Rob. (fl. 1645),
-, Rob. (d. 1708),
-, Wm.,
-, (later Yarburgh), Yarburgh,
-, fam.,

Green:
-, Ann, see Almond
-, Edw.,
-, Eliz., m. Sir John Buck,
-, Francis,
-, G. B. (fl. later 20th cent.),
-, Geo. (d. 1672),
-, Geo. (fl. 19th cent.),
-, Harriet, seeLister
-, Jas.,
-, John (fl. 1553),
-, John (d. by 1825),
-, Mark,
-, Mary Harrison,
-, Sarah,
-, Thos. (fl. 1600),
-, Thos. (fl. 1680s, another),
-, Thos. Harrison (fl. later 19th
-, cent.),
-, Wm. (d. 1600), vicar of Burton
-, Agnes,
-, Wm. (d. 1605),
-, Wm. (fl. before 1615, prob.
-, another),
-, Wm. (fl. 1864),
-, fam.,

Greenwich, East (London),

Gresham:
-, Anne, see Read
-, Christine, m. Sir John Thynne,
-, Eliz.,
-, Sir John,
-, Sir Ric.,
-, Sir Thos.,
-, fam.,

Grey:
-, Eliz., m. Hen. FitzHugh, Ld.
-, FitzHugh,
-, Laura, see St. Quintin
-, Sir Leon.,
-, Millicent, seeBulmer
-, Rob. (fl. 14th cent.), and see
-, Gray

Greystoke:
-, Eliz., Lady Greystoke, m. Thos.
-, Dacre, Ld. Dacre,
-, Sir John de, Ld. Greystoke,
-, Mary de, see Merlay
-, Wm. de (fl. later 13th cent.),
-, Wm. de, Ld. Greystoke (fl. 1342),
-, fam.,
-, Barons Greystoke,

Griffith, Thos., rector of Routh,

Grimsby, Rog. of,

Grimston:
-, Sir Alex.,
-, Chas.,
-, Edw. (fl. 1448),
-, Edw. (fl. 1535),
-, Florence, m. Edw. Byrom,
-, Francis (fl. 1652),
-, Sir Gerard of,
-, Gilb. of,
-, John (fl. 1741),
-, John (d. 1780, another),
-, Marg.,
-, Marm. (fl. 1558),
-, Sir Marm. (d. 1604, another),
-, Marm. (d. 1623),
-, Marm. (fl. 1652),
-, Marm. (d. 1879),
-, Mat.,
-, Norman R.,
-, Ralph of,
-, Rob. (d. 1756),
-, Rob., s. of last,
-, Rog. of (fl. early 14th cent., ?two of
-, this name),
-, (later Hobart Grimston), Rose, m.
-, Geo. Hobart,
-, Thos. of (fl. early 13th cent.),
-, Thos. (fl. 1275, ?another),
-, Thos. of (fl. 1351),
-, Thos. (d. by 1462),
-, Thos. (d. 1479),
-, Thos. (fl. 1481),
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1500, ?another),
-, Thos., s. of Wal. (d. 1544),
-, Thos. (d. 1572, ?the same),
-, Thos. (d. 1586),
-, Thos. (d. 1618),
-, Thos. (d. 1751),
-, Thos. (d. 1821),
-, Wal. (fl. 14th cent.),
-, Wal. (d. by 1481),
-, Wal. (d. 1544),
-, Wm. of (fl. earlier 14th cent.),
-, Wm. (fl. 1386, another),
-, Wm. (fl. 1415, ?another),
-, Wm. (fl. mid 17th cent.),
-, Wm. (d. 1711),
-, fam.,

Grimston (or Grimston Garth) (in
-, Garton),
-, chapel, medieval,
-, common fields,
-, common pasture,
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, Grimston Garth (or Hall),
-, plate
-, Hooks, see Tunstall
-, inclosure,
-, industry,
-, inn,
-, manor houses, and see
-, Grimston Garth; Moat Farm
-, manors,
-, Moat Farm,
-, moated sites,
-, parks,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, rectory,
-, road,
-, school,
-, tithes,
-, woodland,

Grindall:
-, Priscilla,
-, Sim. (fl. 17th cent.),
-, Sim. (d. by 1742), s. of Sim., and his
-, wid. Priscilla,
-, Susanna, see Johnson

Gros:
-, Hawise le, ctss. of Aumale,
-, Wm. le, count of Aumale,

guilds, see Aldbrough; Burton Pidsea;
-, Frodingham, North; Hornsea;
-, Roos; Sigglesthorne; Skipsea;
-, Wawne; and see chantries

Gunby, Rob.,

Guneware, ?w. of Ulf (builder of
-, Aldbrough church),

Gunthorpe, Geof. of,

Gyk, Hugh, see Gilt, Hugh (fl. 1358)

Habbershaw:
-, Rob.,
-, Wm.,

Hackness (Yorks. N.R.),

Haggas, John,

Hainsworth, Art. F.,

Haire:
-, Galen,
-, John,

Haisthorpe (in Burton Agnes),

Haldane, Sam.,

Halfdan (fl. 1066),

Hall:
-, Amand,
-, Benj.,
-, Chas., rector of Routh and
-, Terrington,
-, Francis, and his wid. Mary,
-, Helen, see Kendell
-, John,
-, Jos.,
-, Mary, see Thorpe
-, Phil.,
-, Ralph,
-, Rog.,
-, Sam. (fl. 1813),
-, Sam. (fl. late 19th cent.), rector of
-, Sproatley,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm. (d. by 1353),
-, Wm. (fl. 1849),
-, fam., see Esthall

Haller:
-, Sam.,
-, Thos.,

Hallytreeholme (in Leven),
-, chapel, medieval,
-, inclosure,
-, manor,
-, road,
-, tithes,

Halsham,

Haltemprice priory,
-, chantry,

Hampden, fam.,

Hampton (Mdx.),

Hardy:
-, Benj., rector of Sproatley,
-, Frances, wid. of Thos. (d. by
-, 1616),
-, Jane (d. 1668), ?wid. of Thos. (fl.
-, 1619),
-, Jane, m. John Carlile, Jas.
-, Hewitt,
-, Phil.,
-, Thos. (d. by 1616),
-, Thos. (fl. 1619),
-, -(fl. 1660s),
-, fam.,

hare-coursing, see hunting

Harker, Wm.,

Harland:
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Harold, Earl,

Harold Needler Quarries Ltd.,

Harome, Wal. of,

Harpham, Wm., and his neph. Wm.,

Harris, W. N.,

Harrison:
-, Ann (d. 1836),
-, Ann (d. by 1901, ?another),
-, Fred.,
-, G. W.,
-, J. S. (d. 1884),
-, Jas. (fl. late 18th and earlier 19th
-, cent.), bell-founder,
-, Jas. (d. 1923),
-, John (d. by 1829),
-, John (d. 1872),
-, Jonathan (d. 1828),
-, Jonathan (d. 1867),
-, Mabel, m. -Weatherill,
-, Mary, wid. of Jas. (d. 1923),
-, Priscilla, see Crooke
-, Ric.,
-, Rob. (d. 1821),
-, Rob., grds. of last,
-, T., (Farmers) Ltd.,
-, Thos. (d. 1795 or 1796),
-, Thos. (fl. 1864),
-, Thos. (fl. mid 20th cent.),
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Harrison-Broadley:
-, J. B.,
-, W. H.,

Hart, Herb. W.,

Hartas:
-, Alathea, m. Thos. Shipton,
-, Chris. (d. 1626),
-, Geo.,
-, John,
-, Jos.,
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1600),
-, Wm. (fl. 1626, another),
-, fam.,

Hartburn (in Barmston),
-, manor,
-, roads,
-, water mill(s),

Hartley, Bernard,

Hastings:
-, Agnes, see Sutton
-, Sir Edm.,
-, Geo., Ld. Hastings,
-, Sir Leon.,
-, Sir Ralph,
-, Sir Ric. (d. 1436),
-, Ric. (fl. late 18th cent.),
-, Ric. (fl. 1820, ?the same),
-, Ric. (fl. mid 19th cent., ?another),
-, Wm., Ld. Hastings,
-, fam.,

Hatfield:
-, John,
-, Jos., curate of Sproatley,
-, Maud, m. Wm. Constable,
-, Steph.,
-, Wal. of,
-, fam.,

Hatfield civil parish,
-, drainage,
-, population,
-, woodland,

Hatfield, Great (or East) (in Mappleton
-, and Sigglesthorne),
-, n,
-, chapel, medieval,
-, chapels, nonconformist,
-, charity,
-, common fields,
-, cross,
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, inclosure,
-, inns,
-, manor,
-, manor house,
-, mission church,
-, parish officers,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, school,
-, tithes,
-, village hall,
-, windmills,
-, woodland,

Hatfield, Little (or West) (in
-, Sigglesthorne),
-, common fields,
-, common pastures,
-, court,
-, drainage,
-, inclosure,
-, manor,
-, manor house,
-, monastic grange,
-, population,
-, railway station,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, tithes,
-, windmills,
-, woodland,

Hatton, Sir Chris.,

Hautayn:
-, Hamo,
-, Isabel, see Preston
-, John (?fl. 1323),
-, John (fl. 1343, ?another),
-, Steph.,
-, Thos.,
-, Tibbald (fl. c. 1225),
-, Tibbald (fl. c. 1300),
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Haven Holiday Group,

Hawe, Wm.,

Hawise, dau. of Amand the butler, m.
-, Alan de Surdeval,

Hawkins, W. J.,

Haworth:
-, Benj.,
-, Theresa, see Arneman
-, fam.,

Haworth-Booth:
-, Benj. Booth,
-, Sir Francis,
-, Marg., w. of Benj. Booth,
-, fam.,

Haxby, Geo.,

Hayes, T.,

hayward,

Hebb, Cresser,

Hedon:
-, Hen.,
-, Joan of, see Glede
-, John of (fl. c. 1340),
-, John of (fl. 1367, ?another),
-, Rob. of,
-, Sir Wal. of,
-, fam.,

Hedon,
-, chantry,
-, haven, port,
-, petty sessions,
-, police station,
-, roads,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, St. Sepulchre's hospital, see Preston

Heigholme (in Leven),
-, domestic architecture,
-, Heigholme Hall,
-, inclosure,
-, manor,
-, manor house,
-, mill,
-, moated site,
-, monastic grange,
-, population,
-, roads,
-, tithes,
-, woodland,

Helmsley (Yorks. N.R.), vicar, see
-, Dixon, Geo.

Helpston, fam.,

hemp (crop),

Hempholme (in Leven),
-, bridge,
-, chapel,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, court,
-, drainage,
-, ferry,
-, inclosure,
-, industry,
-, lock,
-, manor,
-, manor house,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, school,
-, tithes,

Heneage:
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1553),
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1595),
-, Thos. (fl. 1629),

Henknol, Geof.,

Henrietta Maria, queen of Chas. I,

Henry II, King,

Henry VII, King,

Henry VIII, King,

Henry, Maud dau. of, see Maud

Herbert, Phil.,

Hereford, vct., see Devereux

Herefordshire,

Heron (or Herron):
-, Eliz., m. -Robinson,
-, Francis,
-, trustees of,
-, John,

Heslop, Geo.,

Hewitt:
-, Jas. (d. by 1675),
-, Jas. (d. 1749),
-, Jane, see Hardy
-, Randolph,
-, Thos.,

Hickson:
-, A. J.,
-, E. A.,

hides, tanning, leather searchers, skinning,

Hildyard:
-, Anne, w. of Wm. (d. 1608),
-, Anne, wid. of Hen. (d. by 1674),
-, Anne, w. of Chris. (d. 1728),
-, Anne Cath., w. of Thos. Thoroton
-, (d. 1830), see Whyte
-, Cath., m. Sir Pet. Nuthill, ?m. Sir
-, John Chaumon,
-, Sir Chris. (d. 1602),
-, Sir Chris. (d. 1634),
-, Sir Chris. (fl. by 1618, ?one of the
-, above),
-, Chris. (fl. mid and late 17th cent.),
-, Chris., s. of last,
-, Chris. (fl. 1647, ?the same),
-, Chris. (d. by 1685),
-, Chris. (d. 1694),
-, Chris. (d. 1712), rector of Routh,
-, Chris. (d. 1728),
-, Chris. (fl. before 1743),
-, Eliz., dau. of Chris. (d. 1694),
-, Eliz. (d. 1733), wid. of Gilby,
-, Esther, w. of Chris. (d. by 1685), see
-, Dobson
-, Esther, m. -Goad,
-, Francis (d. by 1703),
-, Gilby,
-, Hen. (d. by 1674),
-, Hen. (d. 1705),
-, Joan, w. of Sir Rob. (fl. 1280s), see
-, Scures
-, Joan (or Jane), w. of Sir Pet. (d.
-, 1502), see See
-, John,
-, Martin,
-, Mr. (fl. 1672, ?Chris., rector of
-, Routh), see Chris. (d. 1712)
-, Mary, see Michelbourne
-, Pet. (d. by 1316),
-, Pet. (fl. 1370s),
-, (Sir) Pet. (d. 1502),
-, Pet. (fl. 1535),
-, Ric., rector of Barmston and
-, Winestead,
-, Sir Rob. (fl. 1280s),
-, Rob., s. of last,
-, Rob., s. of Pet. (d. by 1316),
-, Sir Rob. (fl. earlier 15th cent.),
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1781),
-, Sir Rob D'Arcy (d. 1814),
-, Thos.,
-, Wm. (d. 1608),
-, Sir Wm. (fl. 1609),
-, -, wid. of Pet. (d. by 1316), m.
-, Nic. of Reddings,
-, fam.,

Hilston,
-, Admiral Storr's Tower, plate
-, advowson,
-, assistant curates,
-, chapel, church,
-, plates
-, charity,
-, common fields,
-, common pasture,
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, Hilston Cottage,
-, Hilston Mount, and see
-, Admiral Storr's Tower
-, Hooks, see Tunstall
-, inclosure,
-, inn,
-, manor,
-, manor house,
-, Mount Farm,
-, Old Hall, see Storrs Hall
-, parish officers,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, rectors, and see Bolton, John;
-, Browne, John; Marchant;
-, Sykes, Chris.
-, rectory,
-, rectory house,
-, roads,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, Storrs Hall (or Old Hall),
-, tithes,

Hilton:
-, Agnes of, see Verli
-, Sir Alex. of,
-, Eliz., m. Sir John Melton, Ld.
-, Lucy,
-, Sir Godfrey,
-, Maud, w. of Sir Wm. of, m. (Sir)
-, Rob. de Tilliol,
-, Sir Rob. of (fl. mid 13th cent.),
-, Sir Rob. (d. c. 1351),
-, Sir Rob. (d. by 1363), and his wid.
-, Maud,
-, Sir Rob. (fl. late 14th cent.),
-, Sir Rob. (d. c. 1430, another),
-, Sir Wm. of,
-, fam.,

Hinderwell, Thos.,

Hobart:
-, (later Waechter de Grimston),
-, Armatrude, m. Sir Max
-, Waechter,
-, Geo.,
-, Rose, see Grimston

Hobart Grimston:
-, Rose, see Grimston

Hobman, John,

Hodgson, Rob.,

Hoe, W. S.,

Hogg, Jane,

Holand, fam., earls of Kent,

Holderness:
-, agriculture,
-, Aumale fee in, see Aumale
-, benefices,
-, buildings,
-, charities,
-, churches,
-, coast,
-, common fields,
-, drainage,
-, electricity supply,
-, inhabitants,
-, jury,
-, landholdings,
-, lordship (or seigniory),
-, militia,
-, monthly meeting,
-, parishes,
-, roads,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, tithes,
-, village plans,
-, wapentake,
-, boundaries,
-, court,
-, Middle division, pp. xx,
-, petty sessions,
-, Tunstall bailiwick, bailiff,
-, North division, pp. xx,
-, bailiwick court,
-, drainage, petty sessions,
-, sheriff's tourn,
-, officers, bailiff,
-, sheriff's tourn,
-, South division,
-, woodland,

Holderness Agricultural Show,

Holderness Borough district (of
-, Humberside),

Holderness Drainage Acts, Board,
-, drains,

Holderness Gazette ,

Holderness Hunt,

Holderness Plough Co. Ltd.,

Holderness rural district, council,

Holgate, Rob., abp. of York,

holiday-making, see seaside resorts

Holland:
-, Rob.,
-, Thos.,

Holland,

Hollis:
-, Bros. & Co. Ltd.,
-, John,
-, Mary,

Hollis Educational Trust,

Hollym,

Holme:
-, Claire,
-, Edw.,
-, Isabel,
-, John (fl. 16th cent.),
-, John (fl. 18th cent.), assistant curate,
-, later rector, of Barmston, rector
-, of Brandesburton, curate of
-, Ulrome,
-, Nic., see Torre
-, fam.,

Holmes:
-, John,
-, Thos. B.,

Holmpton,

Holt:
-, Dorothy, see Grantham
-, Frances, m. Jas. Winstanley,

Holtby:
-, Anne, m. Hugh Campbell,
-, Edmond,
-, Geo.,
-, Lancelot,
-, Ralph,
-, Rob.,

Hood:
-, Ric.,
-, Wm.,

Hope, Geof.,

Hopkinson, Jas.,

Hopper:
-, Geo.,
-, Susanna, m. Rob. Johnson,
-, Thos.,
-, Wal.,
-, Wm. (d. by 1639),
-, Wm. (fl. 1658),
-, fam.,

Hornby:
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Horner:
-, Sim.,
-, fam.,

Hornsea, Adam of (?Sir Adam of
-, Ulrome),

Hornsea,
-, plates
-, advowson,
-, Alexandra, or Mere, Hotel,
-, almshouses,
-, bridges, railway viaduct,
-, plate
-, chapels or churches, nonconformist;
-, meeting houses,
-, plates
-, charities,
-, church,
-, church, parish halls,
-, cinemas,
-, clubs, societies,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, court,
-, crosses,
-, curates, assistant curates,
-, domestic architecture,
-, plates
-, drainage, sewerage,
-, duck decoy,
-, electricity supply,
-, Elim Lodge,
-, fire service, stations,
-, Floral Hall,
-, friendly societies,
-, gas supply, gasworks,
-, guilds,
-, Hall Garth (or Garths), Hall Garth
-, Park,
-, homes, children's, convalescent, hol-
-, iday, old people's,
-, Hornsea House, later the Hall,
-, hospital,
-, Imperial Hydro, later Granville
-, Court, Hotel,
-, inclosure,
-, industry, and see Hornsea
-, Pottery
-, inns, coffee houses,
-, landing place,
-, local board,
-, manor,
-, manor house,
-, Marine Hotel, plate
-, markets, fairs,
-, mere,
-, mission hall,
-, moated site,
-, museum, n,
-, New Road,
-, newspapers,
-, Old Hall, plate
-, parish officers,
-, pier,
-, playing fields,
-, police, police stations, plate
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, promenades, see sea defences
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, public rooms, assembly room,
-, railway, railway stations,
-, plates
-, rectors, and see Melton, Wm.;
-, St. Quintin, Ant.
-, rectory,
-, rectory house,
-, regatta,
-, resort,
-, roads, streets,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, sea defences, promenades,
-, schools,
-, plate and see Hornsea County
-, School; Hornsea County
-, Secondary School
-, tithes,
-, town council,
-, urban district, council,
-, vestry, town meeting,
-, vicarage,
-, vicarage house,
-, vicars,
-, and see Sterne
-, water supply, waterworks,
-, plate
-, Wilton Terrace, plate
-, windmills,
-, woodland,

Hornsea Beck (in Hornsea),
-, population,
-, quay, pier,

Hornsea Burton (in Hornsea),
-, common fields,
-, common pasture,
-, drainage,
-, inclosure,
-, industry,
-, manors,
-, mere,
-, population,
-, tithes,
-, windmill,

Hornsea County School (Newbegin),

Hornsea County Secondary School,
-, later Hornsea School,

Hornsea Freeport,

Hornsea Pottery Co. Ltd.,

horses,

horse breeding, training,

horse-racing,

Horsfield, Mann,

hospitals, see almshouses

Hotham:
-, Beaumont, Ld. Hotham,
-, (later Thompson), Sir Chas. (d.
-, 1794),
-, Chas. (fl. mid 19th cent.), rector of
-, Roos,
-, Fred., Ld. Hotham,
-, Sir John (d. 1689), and his w. Eliz.,
-, John, Ld. Hotham (d. 1907),
-, Lucy, see Sykes
-, Ric. of, and his w. Avice,
-, fam.,
-, trustees,

Houblon:
-, J. A.,
-, Susanna(h),

Hoveringham Gravels Ltd., n

Howard:
-, Ann,
-, Chas. (d. 1738), earl of Carlisle,
-, Chas. (fl. earlier 19th cent.),
-, Edw., vct. Morpeth,
-, Eliz., see Dacre
-, Ric.,
-, Wm., Ld. Howard,
-, fam.,

Huddersfield (Yorks. W.R.),

Hudson:
-, Benj. (d. 1761),
-, Hen.,
-, John (fl. c. 1710),
-, John (d. 1772, another),
-, John (fl. 1772, ?the same),
-, Jos.,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos. (d. by 1764),
-, Thos. (fl. 1763, ?the same),
-, Wm. (d. 1734),
-, Wm. (d. by 1810),

Hugh, vicar of Garton,

Hull, Thos.,

Hull Aero Club,

Hull Boys' Club,

Hull Bridge (in Beverley),

Hull Co-operative Society Ltd.,

Hull and East Yorkshire River Board,

Hull & Hornsea Railway Co., line,

Hull, Kingston upon,
-, aldermen, see Dobson, Wm. (d.
-, 1666); Wood, Ric.
-, architects, builders,
-, banker,
-, bell-founder,
-, boundaries,
-, Bransholme estate,
-, brewer,
-, charities,
-, churches,
-, Christ Church,
-, Holy Trinity, vicar of,
-, St Mary's, Lowgate,
-, communications,
-, and see Hull & Hornsea
-, Railway Co.
-, corporation, city council,
-, customs officer,
-, dormitory settlements,
-, draper,
-, electricity supply,
-, Fish Street chapel,
-, fort,
-, gas supply,
-, Guild of Brave Poor Things,
-, hospitals,
-, Hymers college,
-, inhabitants,
-, merchants,
-, Methodism,
-, mills,
-, music-hall proprietor,
-, parliamentary forces at,
-, population,
-, Port of Hull Society,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, rural dean,
-, schools, and
-, see Hymers college
-, sculptors, monumental masons,
-, shipbuilders, shipowners,
-, shoemakers,
-, silver-making,
-, suburbs,
-, and see Bransholme;
-, Kingswood
-, surgeon,
-, tanner,
-, tin can manufacturer,
-, trade, and see carriers
-, Trinity House,
-, University college,
-, Victoria Hospital for Sick Children,
-, water supply,
-, and see Myton; Wyke

Hull, river, valley,

Hull Royal Infirmary,

Hull Young People's Christian and
-, Literary Institute,

Humber, river,

Humberside (county):
-, council,
-, smallholdings,
-, and see Beverley Borough district;
-, Holderness Borough district;
-, North Wolds Borough district

Humberside Health Authority,

Humbleton (or Humeltone),
-, advowson,
-, almshouse,
-, bridges,
-, chantry,
-, chapel, nonconformist,
-, charities,
-, church,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, court,
-, curates, and see
-, Browne, John (fl. 1743) and (d.
-, 1787); Fenwick, John
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, Hallgarth,
-, Humbleton Grange, n
-, Humbleton Hall,
-, Humbleton House,
-, Humbleton moor,
-, inclosure,
-, industry,
-, inn,
-, manor,
-, manor house, and see
-, Old Hall
-, Manor House or Farm,
-, market,
-, moated site,
-, Old Hall, n
-, parish officers,
-, playing field,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, schools, plate
-, tithes,
-, vicarage,
-, vicarage house, plate
-, vicars, and see Brook;
-, Dixon, Jonathan; Jadis; Mysyn
-, village hall,
-, water mill,
-, windmill,
-, woodland,
-, and see Danthorpe; Elstronwick;
-, Fitling; Flinton; Foston

Hungary,

Hunmanby,

Hunsden, Ld., see Carey, John

Hunt, John,

Hunter:
-, Geo., n,
-, Rob., and his w. Dorothy,
-, Sam.,
-, Revd. Sam., s. of last,
-, fam.,

hunting, hare-coursing
-, and see East
-, Holderness Hunt; Holderness
-, Hunt; see also fishing; fowling;
-, horse-racing

Hussey:
-, Margery, see St. Quintin
-, Sir Rog.,

Hustler:
-, Wm. (fl. 1606),
-, Wm. (fl. mid 17th cent.), s. of last,
-, Sir Wm. (fl. 1694, ?the same),

Hutchinson:
-, Chas.,
-, Isabella,
-, Wm.,

Hutton:
-, John of (fl. 1391),
-, John (fl. 17th cent.), vicar of
-, Aldbrough,
-, Thos. (fl. 1708),
-, Thos. (fl. 1860), and his w. Sarah,

Hutton Cranswick, see Rotsea

Hutton, Sheriff (Yorks. N.R.),

Hydes:
-, Mary, m. Ric. Burton,
-, Wm.,

Hymers, John, rector of Brandesburton,

Ibson, John,

inclosure, and see under places

Incontri, Constance, see Whyte

Incorporated Society for the Building
-, of Churches,

Incorporated Trinitarian Bible Society
-, Trust,

Independents, Congregationalists,

industry, trades see bell-founders;
-, brewing; brickmaking; caravan
-, manufacture; chicory-drying; corn
-, milling; engineering; furniture
-, manufacture; hides; lime-burning;
-, malting; pottery making; rope
-, making; sand and gravel extraction;
-, straw-bonnet making; watch
-, making; weaving; wood carving;
-, and see under places under industry

infangthief,

Ingilby:
-, Sir John,
-, fam.,

Ingram:
-, Sir Art. (d. 1642),
-, Sir Wm. (fl. 1633),
-, Wm. (fl. 1911),
-, fam.,

Inman, Emma,

Isaacson, Solomon, vicar of North
-, Frodingham,

Isabella of France, queen of Edw. II,

Isherwood, Wm., and his w. Grace,

Iveson:
-, Albert,
-, Eliz., n
-, Jane, see Crooke
-, Lancelot,



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