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'Index: J-Z', A History of the County of York East Riding: Volume 7: Holderness Wapentake, Middle and North Divisions (2002), pp. 436-453. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=16164 Date accessed: 21 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Jackson:
-, Bryan B.,
-, Clive,
-, Francis,
-, Harry,
-, Hugh W.,
-, John,
-, Nic., vicar of Mappleton,
-, Pet. (fl. earlier 19th cent.),
-, Revd. Pet. (fl. 1824), s. of last,
-, Messrs. Ralph, & Sons,
-, Ralph,
-, T. H.(fl. 1942),
-, Thos. B. (fl. 1918),
-, Thos. (fl. earlier 20th cent., ?the
-, same),
-, Wm. (fl. 1808),
-, Wm. (d. 1815), rector of Beeford,
-, dean of Bath and Wells, bp. of
-, Oxford,
-, Wm. M. (fl. later 19th cent.),
-, fam.,
-, trustees,

Jadis, John, vicar of Humbleton,

Jamaica,

James:
-, Hen.,
-, J. K.,
-, Wm., vicar of Burstwick,
-, Ralph (d. by 1412), and his wid.
-, Agnes,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Lelley (in Preston),
-, mill,
-, population,
-, roads,

Lennard:
-, Marg., see Fiennes
-, Sampson,

Leonard:
-, Abraham,
-, R. H.,
-, Susan, w. of R. H.,
-, fam.,

Leven,
-, advowson,
-, agricultural show,
-, bridge,
-, canal,
-, chapels, nonconformist,
-, charities,
-, churches,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, courts,
-, crosses,
-, curate, assistant curate,
-, domestic architecture,
-, plate
-, drainage,
-, Druids' lodge,
-, duck decoys,
-, fair,
-, Foresters' lodge,
-, Hall Garth, see manor house
-, inclosure,
-, industry,
-, inns,
-, Leven Free Gift Society,
-, Little Leven,
-, lock,
-, manor house, Hall Garth,
-, manors,
-, market,
-, parish officers,
-, playing fields,
-, police station,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, rectors, and see
-, Sampson; Staveley, Claude;
-, Wray, Geo.
-, rectory,
-, rectory houses,
-, roads,
-, St. Faith's well,
-, schools,
-, Temperance lodge,
-, tithes,
-, village halls,
-, windmills,
-, woodland,
-, and see Baswick; Brackenholme;
-, Heigholme; Hempholme;
-, Luvetotholm; Nepeholme

Lewis:
-, R. C.,
-, fam.,

libraries,
-, and see reading
-, rooms

Lickiss, fam.,

Lightoler, Tim.,

lime-burning,

Lincoln:
-, Avice of, see Marfleet
-, Wal. of,
-, -, dau. of Wal., m. Wm. of Bilton,

Lincoln, earl of, see Clinton, Edw.;
-, Pole, John

Lincolnshire, and see Barrow-on-
-, Humber; Barton upon Humber;
-, Gedney; Goxhill; Louth;
-, Newsham abbey; Thornholme
-, priory; Thornton; Thornton
-, abbey and college

Lindley, Sir Hen.,

Lissett:
-, Sir Geof. of,
-, Ingram of,

Lissett (in Beeford),
-, airfield,
-, bridges,
-, chapel,
-, chapelry,
-, charity,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, curacy house,
-, curates,
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, Earl dike,
-, inclosure,
-, industry,
-, inns,
-, manor house, Manor Farm,
-, manors,
-, parish council,
-, parish officers,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, school,
-, tithes,
-, village hall,
-, windmill,

Lister:
-, Grace, wid. of Wm.,
-, Harriet, m. - Green,
-, Hugh,
-, Jas.,
-, Jane, see Constable
-, Sir John (d. 1640),
-, John (?d. 1651),
-, John (fl. late 17th cent.),
-, John (d. 1715, another),
-, Lutton,
-, Mat.,
-, Ric. Humpton,
-, Wm. (fl. 1618),
-, Wm. (d. 1760),
-, fam.,

Little, Joan,

Lloyd:
-, Alicia, see Greame
-, Edm.,
-, Geo.,
-, Sir Ric.,
-, Ric., grds. of last,
-, (later Lloyd Greame), Revd.
-, Yarburgh,

Lloyd Greame:
-, Y. G. (d. 1928),
-, Revd. Yarburgh (d. 1890), see Lloyd
-, fam.,

lock-ups, see prisons

Lockton, John of,

Lockwood:
-, Geo.,
-, H. F.,
-, J. W. K. (fl. 1833), perpetual curate
-, of Ulrome,
-, John (d. 1827),

Lofthouse, Thos.,

Londesborough:
-, Baron, see Denison, Albert and
-, W. H. F.
-, earl of, see Denison, W. F. H. and
-, W. H. F.

London:
-, architects,
-, bishop of, see Tunstall, Cuthbert
-, city, corporation,
-, inhabitants,
-, lawyer,
-, mariner,
-, merchants,
-, Tower of,
-, and see Emanuel hospital, Westminster;
-, Greenwich; Savoy hospital;
-, St. Thomas's hospital

Long, Frank,

Longdales Development Co. Ltd.,

Longford, Wm.,

Longstaff:
-, A. C.,
-, Chas.,

Lonsdale, -,

Lord Chancellor, see Crown, patron

Lorrimar:
-, Edw. (?d. 1806),
-, Edw. (d. 1831),
-, Edw. (d. 1894),
-, Frances, w. of Edw. (d. 1831),
-, fam.,

Lorrimer:
-, Ric.,
-, fam.,

Loughborough (Leics.),

Louth (Lincs.),

Loveday, Francis,

Lovell:
-, Isabel, see Ros
-, Sir Thos.,

Lowe, Geo.,

Lowther:
-, Ant.,
-, Rob.,

Lowthorpe Lutwidge, E. F., and
-, see Lutwidge

Lucy, Godfrey de, bp. of Winchester,
-, rector of Aldbrough,

Lucy, Ld., see Melton

Lugar, Rob.,

Lukins, Sydenham,

Lumley:
-, John, Ld. Lumley,
-, Ralph, Ld. Lumley,
-, fam.,

lunatic asylum,

Lund:
-, Rog. of,
-, Sim. of,
-, fam.,

Lutwidge:
-, Ann, see Raikes; and see Lowthorpe
-, Lutwidge
-, Chas.,

Luvetote (fl. 1066),

Luvetotholm (?in Leven or Riston),

machine makers, see agricultural
-, engineers

Mackee, John, n

Mackley:
-, John,
-, Mary, see Andrew

Mackrill, Marjorie,

Maddox and Marlow, Messrs.,

Mainwaring, Eaton, see Mainwaring
-, Ellerker

Mainwaring Ellerker:
-, Arabella, m. Thos. Onslow, earl of
-, Onslow,
-, Charlotte, m. Geo. Ellerker, earl of
-, Leicester,
-, (formerly Mainwaring), Eaton,
-, Eliz.,
-, Harriet,
-, Rog.,
-, fam.,

Mainwaring Ellerker Onslow, Edw.
-, Mainwaring, see Onslow

Mair, Wm.,

Maister:
-, Art.,
-, H. W. (d. 1846),
-, Hen. (d. c. 1699),
-, Hen. (d. 1744),
-, Hen. (d. 1812),
-, Revd. Hen. (fl. 1843),
-, Wm.,

Malet, Wm.,

Mallinson & Healey,

Maltas:
-, Chas., and his w. Alice,
-, David,
-, Dorothy, see North

Maltas Farms Ltd.,

malting, maltsters,

Manbodo (fl. 1086),

Mann (fl. 1066),

Manners:
-, Edw., earl of Rutland,
-, Eliz., Lady Ros, m. Wm. Cecil,
-, Geo., Ld. Ros,
-, Hen., earl of Rutland,
-, John, rector of Roos,
-, John, earl of Rutland,
-, Sir Ric.,
-, Rog.,
-, Thos., Ld. Ros, earl of Rutland,
-, fam.,

Manpower Services Commission,

Mappleton:
-, Gilb. of (d. by 1287),
-, Gilb. of (?d. by 1323),
-, Hen.,
-, John of,
-, Wal. of,

Mappleton,
-, advowson,
-, Army camp,
-, chapel, medieval,
-, chapel, nonconformist,
-, charities,
-, church,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, curacy, perpetual curacy,
-, curates, perpetual curates, lesser
-, clergy, and see
-, Dixon, W. H.
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, holiday camp,
-, inclosure,
-, industry,
-, inn,
-, Manor Farm,
-, manors,
-, moated site,
-, parish officer,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, rector,
-, rectory,
-, rectory house,
-, roads,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, sea defences,
-, schools,
-, tithes,
-, vicarage,
-, vicarage houses,
-, vicars, and see Davison;
-, Jackson, Nic.
-, village halls,
-, windmill,
-, and see Cowden, Great

Marchant, Marm., rector of Hilston,

Mare, Wm. de la, provost of Beverley
-, Minster, treasurer and prebendary
-, of York Minster,

Marfleet:
-, Avice of, m. Wal. of Lincoln,
-, Steph. of,
-, fam.,

Marfleet,

Mark:
-, Isaac,
-, Susannah,

market gardening, nurserying, fruitfarming,

Markham:
-, Jerome (fl. 1580s),
-, Jerome (fl. 1602, ?the same),
-, John,
-, Wm., abp. of York,

Marlesthorp, Ric. of, see Tharlesthorpe

Marmion:
-, Eliz., see St. Quintin
-, Sir John,

Marr, Chas.,

Marriott:
-, Oliver,
-, Reg.,
-, Sam.,

Marsdin:
-, Septimus,
-, Wm.,

Marsh:
-, John,
-, Wm.,

Marshall, John,

Marton, Sim. of,

Marton (in Swine),
-, chapel, medieval,
-, chapel, nonconformist,
-, charity,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, curate,
-, domestic architecture,
-, East Hall Garth,
-, foundry,
-, inclosure,
-, industry,
-, inn.,
-, manors, and see Lambwath
-, moated site,
-, parish officers,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, railway station, see under Ellerby
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, school,
-, tithes,
-, windmill,
-, woodland,

Marton (in Bridlington), n

Mary I, Queen,

Mason:
-, Frances, m. Thos. Barker,
-, Revd. Wm. (d. by 1720),
-, Revd. Wm. (fl. 1772),

Mattison, Revd. John,

Maud daughter of Henry,

Mauley:
-, Constance, m. Sir John Bigod,
-, Eliz., m. Geo. Salvan,
-, Isabel, w. of Sir Pet. de,
-, Margery de, see Sutton
-, Sir Pet. de (fl. earlier 13th cent.),
-, Pet. de (fl. 14th cent.),

Maurice (fl. before 1190),

Maurice, Ric. s. of, see Richard

Maw:
-, Alf.,
-, John,
-, W(m). P.,

Mayne:
-, Alice, m. Edw. Truslove,
-, Chris.,
-, Marm.,
-, Thos. (fl. 16th cent.),
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1600), grds. of last,
-, Wm. (fl. 1498),
-, Wm. (fl. 1564),

Meadley:
-, Bessie,
-, Eliz., n
-, Geo. (d. 1928),
-, Geo. (d. 1937), and his wid. Ann,
-, M. J.,
-, M. S.,
-, Phil.,
-, Wm. (fl. mid 17th cent.),
-, Wm. (d. by 1827),
-, fam.,

Meaux:
-, Godfrey of (fl. mid 13th cent.),
-, Godfrey of (d. by 1311, another),
-, John of (fl. c. 1150),
-, Sir John of (fl. 1190s, another),
-, John of (fl. early 13th cent.,
-, ?another),
-, John of (fl. 1280s), see Dringhoe
-, Sir John of (d. by 1308),
-, John of (fl. c. 1300, ?the same),
-, Sir John (d. c. 1377),
-, Maud, wid. of Rob.,
-, Mazelina of, see Dringhoe
-, Pet. of,
-, Rob. of (d. by 1196),
-, Thos. of,

Meaux (or Melse, Melsa) (in Wawne),
-, chantry,
-, chapel, nonconformist,
-, chapels, medieval,
-, common fields,
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, duck decoy,
-, Fewsome (or Felsam),
-, fisheries,
-, industry,
-, inns.,
-, manor,
-, mission room, chapel,
-, moated sites,
-, monastic granges,
-, park,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, tithes,
-, water mill,
-, windmill,
-, woodland,

Meaux (or Meldis) (Seine et Marne,
-, France),

Meaux abbey,
-, abbot,
-, and see Burton, Thos.
-, brother John of,
-, monk, see Ulrome, John

Megginson:
-, J. D. T.,
-, Jean, see Caley

Melton:
-, Dorothy, m. Geo. Darcy, Ld. Darcy,
-, Eliz., see Hilton
-, Hen. of,
-, Sir John, Ld. Lucy (d. 1455),
-, Sir John (fl. 1455), the same or Sir
-, John, Ld. Lucy (d. 1474),
-, John (d. 1458, another),
-, Sir John, Ld. Lucy (d. 1474),
-, Sir John, Ld. Lucy (d. 1510),
-, Sir John, Ld. Lucy (d. 1544),
-, Margery, ?wid. of Sir John (d.
-, 1510),
-, Wm. of (fl. c. 1330),
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1362, ?the same),
-, Wm., s. of last,
-, Wm. (d. 1340), rector of Hornsea,
-, later abp. of York,
-, fam.,

Mercer, Edw.,

merchet,

meres, n
-, and see Burton Pidsea; Hornsea;
-, Hornsea Burton; Lambwath;
-, Skipsea; Wassand

Merlay:
-, Alice de, see Stutville
-, Mary de, m. Wm. de Greystoke,
-, Rog. de (d. by 1206),
-, Rog. de (d. 1265),
-, fam.,

Merston:
-, Thos. of,
-, Wm. of,

messor,

Metcalfe, John,

Metham:
-, John,
-, Ric. of,
-, Rob. of,
-, Sir Thos., and his s. Thos.,
-, Wm. of,

Methodists:
-, New Connexion,
-, Primitive, see under places, protestant
-, nonconformity
-, Wesleyan, and see Galland;
-, Thompson, Thos.; and see
-, under places, protestant nonconformity

Mewburn:
-, Jas.,
-, Rob.,
-, fam.,

Meynell, Nic. de,

Michelbourne:
-, Abraham,
-, Dorothy, w. of Thos. (d. 1632), m.
-, Mat. Wentworth,
-, Francis,
-, Hen.,
-, John (fl. c. 1550),
-, John, s. of last,
-, John, grds. of John (fl. c. 1550),
-, Lawrence,
-, Mary, m. Sir Hugh Bethell,
-, Chris. Hildyard,
-, Ric. (d. 1583),
-, Ric. (d. 1607),
-, Sir Ric. (d. 1638),
-, Thos. (d. 1582),
-, Thos. (d. 1632),
-, Thos. (d. by 1655),
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Micklethwaite:
-, John,
-, Jos. (d. 1658),
-, Jos. (fl. 1681), grds. of last,
-, Jos. (d. 1734), Vct. Micklethwaite, s.
-, of last,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Middlesbrough (Yorks. N.R.),

Middlesex, see Hampton

Midgley:
-, Alice,
-, Anna, m. Wm. Norton, Baron
-, Grantley,
-, Jonathan,
-, Marg., m. - Gilby,
-, Mary, wid. of Jonathan,
-, Mary, sister of Marg.,
-, Mary, m. Wm. Beverley,
-, fam.,

Milbanke:
-, Eliz., see Acklam
-, Sir Mark (d. 1680),
-, Sir Mark (d. 1698),
-, Sir Mark (d. 1705),
-, Sir Ralph,

military camp,

miller, Pet. the, see Peter

Miller:
-, Cath., see Foster
-, Dorothy, m. - Ward,
-, N. J., vicar of Garton,

mill-reeves (-graves),

Milsom:
-, Edw., rector of Roos,
-, fam.,

Milton, vct., see FitzWilliam, John

Milvain, Herb. F.,

Mitchell, Hen. (fl. mid 20th cent., one
-, or two of this name),

Mitford:
-, Bertram, see Osbaldeston-Mitford
-, Mary, see Osbaldeston
-, Rob.,
-, fam.,

Mitford Estate Act,

Moir, Undine,

Molescroft County Secondary School,

Molz, Kathleen, see Kennedy

Monceaux:
-, Alan de,
-, Emma de, wid. of Sir Ingram (d.
-, 1292),
-, Gilb. de,
-, Hawise de, wid. of Sir Rob. (fl. early
-, 13th cent.),
-, Sir Ingram de (?d. by 1205),
-, Sir Ingram de (d. 1292),
-, Joan, wid. of John (d. 1381),
-, John de (d. by 1297),
-, Sir John de (d. 1363),
-, John de (d. 1381),
-, John (d. by 1428),
-, Maud, wid. of John (d. by 1428),
-, Maud (fl. mid 15th cent.), m. Brian
-, de la See,
-, Sir Rob. de,
-, Rob., rector of Sigglesthorne,
-, Thos. de,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Monckton (or Monkton):
-, Deborah, see Ridley
-, Margery, see St. Quintin
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Monkwith (or Monkwick, Monk
-, Tunstall) (in Tunstall),
-, common fields,
-, common pasture,
-, inclosure,
-, manor,
-, population,

Montagu, duke of, see Brudenell, Geo.

Montbegon:
-, Ernald de,
-, Ernulf de,
-, Rog. de, see Roger
-, fam.,

Montgomery, Arnulf de,

Mooke, Wm., vicar of Aldbrough,
-, prebendary of York Minster,

Moor (or More, Moore):
-, Frank,
-, Hugh,
-, Isabel, m. John Ellerker,
-, Jas.,
-, John (fl. 1316),
-, Sir John (?fl. 15th cent.),
-, John (fl. 1672),
-, John (d. by 1709, ?another), and his
-, wid. Ruth,
-, Nic. (fl. 1720),
-, Nic. (d. 1720, ?the same),
-, Ric. (fl. 1608),
-, Ric. (fl. 1710),
-, Rob. (fl. 1309),
-, Rob. (fl. 1323, ?the same),
-, Rob. (fl. 1408),
-, Sir Rob. (?fl. 15th cent., the same),
-, Rob. (fl. earlier 17th cent.),
-, Rog.,
-, Susanna,
-, Temple,
-, fam.,

Moor Town (in Brandesburton),
-, chapel, mobile,
-, chapel, nonconformist,
-, drainage,
-, inclosure,
-, manor,
-, manor house, Manor House Farm,
-, moated sites,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, tithes,
-, windmill,

Moore, see Moor

Moorhouse:
-, Ann, wid. of John (d. 1764),
-, Revd. John (d. 1740),
-, John (d. 1764),
-, Mary, m. - Bramley,
-, Sarah, m. - Brown,

More, see Moor

Moreby:
-, Mary, m. Sir Wm. Acklam, Sir
-, Wm. Percy,
-, Rob. of,
-, (Sir) Wm. of,
-, fam.,

Moreby (in Stillingfleet),

Morkar (fl. 1066),

Morrice, Francis,

motor engineers, engineering,

Mottram, fam.,

Mould, Judith,

Mount Grace priory (Yorks. N.R.),

Mountain, Chas.,

Moxon:
-, Geo.,
-, John,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Moyser, Rob., see Whyte

mud, clay, buildings of,

Munby, Hen.,

Murdoch (fl. 1066),

Musgrave, Sam.,

Mysyn, Wm., vicar of Humbleton and
-, rector of Little Cowden,

Myton (in Hessle, later in Kingston
-, upon Hull),

Nash, John,

National Heritage Lottery Fund,

National Heritage Memorial Fund,

National Lifeboat Institute,

National Pig Development Co. Ltd.,

National Rivers Authority,

National Society, plan, schools,

Nattriss:
-, J. H.,
-, Susannah,

nature reserves,

Nayler, Jas.,

Naylor:
-, Edm., n
-, Joshua,
-, Mat.,
-, Ric.,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Nayre, Hen. le,

Neile, John, rector of Beeford,

Nelthorpe:
-, Edw.,
-, John,

Nepeholme (?in Leven),

Nettleton:
-, Fred.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Nevill:
-, Ant.,
-, Pet.,

Neville:
-, Dorothy,
-, Hen., earl of Westmorland,
-, Joan, wid. of Ralph,
-, Joan, w. of Wm., see Fauconberg
-, Sir John,
-, Ralph, earl of Westmorland (d.
-, 1425),
-, Ric., earl of Salisbury (d. 1460),
-, Ric., earl of Salisbury and Warwick
-, (d. 1471),
-, Wm., Ld. Fauconberg, earl of
-, Kent,
-, fam.,

Newburgh priory (Yorks. N.R.),

Newcombe Estates Co. Ltd.,

Newhithe (or New Hide, Hyda) (in
-, Skipsea),
-, Newlove, Annie E.,

Newsham abbey (Lincs.),

Newton:
-, Alex.,
-, Art.,
-, Cath., m. Phil. Blundell,
-, Kenneth,
-, Sir John,
-, Mic.,
-, Thos. of (d. by 1287),
-, Thos. (fl. 1916),

Newton Constable, see Newton, West

Newton, East (or Newton next to
-, Aldbrough, Aldbrough Newton,
-, Ringbrough Newton) (in
-, Aldbrough),
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, inclosure,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, tithes,

Newton Garth (in Paull),

Newton next to Aldbrough, see
-, Newton, East

Newton Rochford, see Newton, Wold

Newton, West (or Newton Constable)
-, (in Aldbrough),
-, chapel-of-ease,
-, chapel, nonconformist,
-, charities,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, drainage,
-, inn,
-, manor,
-, manor house,
-, moated site,
-, parish officers,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, school,
-, tithes,
-, water mill,
-, woodland,
-, and see Lambwath

Newton, Wold (or Newton Rochford),

Nicholson:
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Noble:
-, Amfrey,
-, Wm.,

Noddall, Marg., see St. Quintin

Noel:
-, Sir And.,
-, Art.,
-, Geo.,
-, fam.,

Nolloth, Marian, see Crust

Norman (fl. 1066),

Norman:
-, C. D.,
-, Eliz.,
-, Geo.,
-, Mary,
-, S. H.,
-, T. A.,
-, W(m). V.,

Normanby, Geram of,

Normans,

Nornabell:
-, Ant.,
-, H. M.,
-, Matthias,
-, Susan,

North:
-, B. A.,
-, Dorothy, m. - Maltas,
-, Hen.,
-, K.,
-, L. A.,
-, M. A. (fl. 1953),
-, Matthias (d. 1713),
-, Rose, m. - Kirk,
-, Wm. (d. 1796),
-, Wm. (fl. 1818),
-, Wm. W. (d. 1937),
-, fam.,

North Eastern Gas Board,

North Eastern Railway,

Northgraves:
-, Fred.,
-, John,
-, Wm.,

North Holderness Drainage Board,

North Holderness Museum of Village
-, Life,

North Sea,
-, and see coastguards; erosion;
-, fishing

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

Northorpe (in Easington), n

Northorpe (in Hornsea),
-, population,

Northumberland, duke of, see Dudley,
-, John

Norton:
-, Anna, see Midgley
-, Wm., Baron Grantley,

Norwich, earl of, see Goring, Chas.
-, and Geo.

Notley:
-, C. H.,
-, Evelyn, see Thornton

Nunkeeling (or Keeling),
-, advowson,
-, airfield, see Catfoss
-, charities,
-, church,
-, plate
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, cross,
-, curacy, perpetual,
-, curates, and see Goundril
-, drainage,
-, inclosure,
-, industry,
-, Little Keeling,
-, manor house (Manor House,
-, Nunkeeling Priory),
-, manors,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, tithes,
-, vicarage,
-, vicarage house, see Bewholme
-, vicars,
-, woodland,
-, and see Bewholme

Nunkeeling priory,
-, church,
-, prioress,

nursing or old people's homes,

Nuthill:
-, Sir Ant.,
-, Cath., see Hildyard
-, Eliz., m. Hen. Suthill,
-, Sir Pet. (fl. 14th cent.),
-, Pet. (fl. c. 1405), s. of last,
-, Thos. (of) (fl. 1392),
-, Thos. (fl. earlier 15th cent.,
-, ?another),
-, Wal. (fl. 1460),
-, fam.,

Nuthill (in Burstwick), manor,

Oates, Steph.,

Octon, John of,

officers, manorial, see affeerors; ale-
-, tasters; bailiff; bylawmen; constables;
-, dike-reeves; hayward;
-, leather searchers; messor; mill-
-, reeves; parker; pinders; reeves;
-, stewards; swine ringers; warreners;
-, wood-reeve

Ogle:
-, Geo.,
-, Mary, m. G. M. Gale (d. 1916),

Old fleet,

Oldham:
-, G. H.,
-, G. W.,
-, H. H.,
-, Sarah,

Onslow:
-, Arabella, see Mainwaring Elerker
-, (later Mainwaring Ellerker Onslow),
-, Edw. Mainwaring,
-, Thos., earl of Onslow,
-, fam.,

ornamental grounds, see parks

Osbaldeston:
-, Fountayne,
-, (formerly Brooke), Humph.,
-, Mary, m. - Mitford,
-, (later Brooke), Theodosia,

Osbaldeston-Mitford:
-, (formerly Mitford), Bertram,
-, Rob.,

Osbert son of Godfrey,

Osmund, Rob. s. of, see Robert

Ottringham, Ric. of,

Ottringham,

Oubrough (in Swine), see Ellerby

Ouse:
-, Thos. beyond the, and his wid.
-, Agnes,
-, Wm., s. of Thos.,

Ousefleet, John de,

Outram, Benj.,

Overend:
-, Leon.,
-, fam.,

Oversall:
-, Hugh (d. 1538),
-, Hugh (fl. 1576),
-, John,
-, fam.,

overseers of poor, see under places under
-, parish officers

overseers (surveyors) of highways, see
-, under places under parish officers

Overton, John,

Owstwick:
-, Steph. of (d. c. 1288),
-, Steph. of (fl. c. 1297),
-, fam.,

Owstwick (in Garton and Roos),
-, almshouse,
-, chapel, nonconformist, meeting
-, house,
-, charity,
-, common fields,
-, common meadow,
-, drainage,
-, inclosure,
-, industry,
-, manor,
-, manor house,
-, mills,
-, monthly meeting,
-, Owstwick Hall,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, tithes,
-, windmill,

Owthorne, and see Frodingham,
-, South; Waxholme

Oxford:
-, bp. of, see Jackson, Wm.
-, University,
-, Regius professor of Greek, see
-, Jackson, Wm.

Oyry:
-, Fulk d',
-, Sir Geof. d',
-, Wm. d',

Palmer:
-, And.,
-, Eliz., see Grantham

parish clerk, see under places under
-, parish officers

parker,

Parker:
-, C. S.,
-, Eliz., see Brown
-, -,

Parkes, B. A.,

Parkinson, Steph., and his w. Joan,

Parks, ornamental grounds,
-, and see under Brandesburton;
-, Burstwick; Burton Constables;
-, Grimston; Lambwath mere; Rise;
-, Swine; Wassand

parliament,
-, grant by,
-, members:
-, Beverley,
-, Scarborough,
-, Yorkshire, East Riding,

Parr:
-, Sir Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Parry, Blanche,

Parsons:
-, Sir. Chas.,
-, Katherine, see Bethell
-, Rachel,

Pasley:
-, Chas.,
-, Chris.,
-, Frances,

Passemer:
-, John,
-, Wm.,

Patrington,
-, rector, see Langdale, Thos.

Patrington poor-law union,

Patrington rural district,

Pattishall:
-, Cath., m. Sir Rob. de Tudenham,
-, John of (fl. mid 13th cent.),
-, Sir John of (d. 1290, ?the same),
-, Sir John (d. 1349), and his w.
-, Mabel,
-, Sim. of,
-, Sir Wm.,
-, fam.,

Paulet:
-, Eleanor, see Ros
-, John (d. 1492),
-, Sir John (d. 1525),
-, Sir Wm., Baron St. John,
-, fam.,

Paull:
-, John of,
-, Mazelina of, see Dringhoe

Paull, and see Newton Garth;
-, Thorngumbald

Payler:
-, Edw., and his wid. Frances,
-, fam.,

Payne, -,

Pearson (or Peirson):
-, Geo.,
-, J. L. (fl. later 19th cent.),
-, Jas. (fl. 1762),
-, Jeannie,
-, John (fl. 1618),
-, John (fl. 1648),
-, John (fl. 1674, ?the same),
-, John (d. by 1718),
-, John (fl. 1743),
-, Rob.,
-, Thos. (fl. 17th cent.),
-, Thos. (d. by 1819),

Pease, F. R.,

Pechell:
-, Helen, see Todd
-, fam.,

Peirson, see Pearson

Pelham:
-, Chas., Ld. Yarborough,
-, Eliz., m. John Stringer,

Penistone (Yorks. W. R.),

Pennel, Edw., n

Penny, W. D.,

Penny-graves, see reeves

Pennyman:
-, Sir Jas.,
-, fam.,

Percy:
-, Mary, see Moreby
-, Sir Wm.,

Perkin, Wm.,

Perry:
-, Nellie,
-, T. H.,

Peter the miller,

Peter, Ric. s. of, see Richard

Peto, Pet., see Pettywyn

Pettywyn, Pet. de (?Peto, Pet.),

Philip the chaplain, and see
-, Thomas clerk of Routh
-, Agnes, sister of Phil., see Agnes
-, Rob., brother of Phil., see Robert

Philip, rector of Wawne, see
-, Langbaurgh

Philip s. of Thomas clerk of Routh, see
-, Thomas

Phillips, Francis,

Pickard (or Picard):
-, John Kirkby,
-, Rebecca, see Ridley

Pickering:
-, Chris. (d. 1920),
-, Chris. (fl. 1921),
-, Isabel of,
-, John,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Pidsea Burton, see Burton Pidsea

Pierrepoint, Mic.,

pig farming,

pig-reeves, see swine ringers

pigeon houses, see dovecots

Pigot, John, rector of Roos,

pilgrimage,

Pilgrimage of Grace,

pillory, whipping post,

pinders, carr-graves, carr-reeves,
-, supervisors of pasturage,

pinfolds,

Piper, Wm.,

Piselegh:
-, Amabel de, see Verli
-, Nic. de,

Pistor, Rob.,

plague, sickness,

Plantagenet:
-, Geo., duke of Clarence,
-, Isabel, dau. of Edward III, King,
-, Ric., see Richard III, King
-, fam.,
-, earls of Kent,

officers, manorial, see affeerors; ale-
-, tasters; bailiff; bylawmen; con-
-, stables; dike-reeves; hayward;
-, leather searchers; messor; mill-
-, reeves; parker; pinders; reeves;
-, stewards; swine ringers; warreners;
-, wood-reeve

Ogle:
-, Geo.,
-, Mary, m. G. M. Gale (d. 1916),

Old fleet,

Oldham:
-, G. H.,
-, G. W.,
-, H. H.,
-, Sarah,

Onslow:
-, Arabella, see Mainwaring Elerker
-, (later Mainwaring Ellerker Onslow),
-, Edw. Mainwaring,
-, Thos., earl of Onslow,
-, fam.,

ornamental grounds, see parks

Osbaldeston:
-, Fountayne,
-, (formerly Brooke), Humph.,
-, Mary, m. - Mitford,
-, (later Brooke), Theodosia,

Osbaldeston-Mitford:
-, (formerly Mitford), Bertram,
-, Rob.,

Osbert son of Godfrey,

Osmund, Rob. s. of, see Robert

Ottringham, Ric. of,

Ottringham,

Oubrough (in Swine), see Ellerby

Ouse:
-, Thos. beyond the, and his wid.
-, Agnes,
-, Wm., s. of Thos.,

Ousefleet, John de,

Outram, Benj.,

Overend:
-, Leon.,
-, fam.,

Oversall:
-, Hugh (d. 1538),
-, Hugh (fl. 1576),
-, John,
-, fam.,

overseers of poor, see under places under
-, parish officers

overseers (surveyors) of highways, see
-, under places under parish officers

Overton, John,

Owstwick:
-, Steph. of (d. c. 1288),
-, Steph. of (fl. c. 1297),
-, fam.,

Owstwick (in Garton and Roos),
-, almshouse,
-, chapel, nonconformist, meeting
-, house,
-, charity,
-, common fields,
-, common meadow,
-, drainage,
-, inclosure,
-, industry,
-, manor,
-, manor house,
-, mills,
-, monthly meeting,
-, Owstwick Hall,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, tithes,
-, windmill,

Owthorne, and see Frodingham,
-, South; Waxholme

Oxford:
-, bp. of, see Jackson, Wm.
-, University,
-, Regius professor of Greek, see
-, Jackson, Wm.

Oyry:
-, Fulk d',
-, Sir Geof. d',
-, Wm. d',

Palmer:
-, And.,
-, Eliz., see Grantham

parish clerk, see under places under
-, parish officers

parker,

Parker:
-, C. S.,
-, Eliz., see Brown
-, -,

Parkes, B. A.,

Parkinson, Steph., and his w. Joan,

Parks, ornamental grounds,
-, and see under Brandesburton;
-, Burstwick; Burton Constable;
-, Grimston; Lambwath mere; Rise;
-, Swine; Wassand

parliament,
-, grant by,
-, members:
-, Beverley,
-, Scarborough,
-, Yorkshire, East Riding,

Parr:
-, Sir Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Parry, Blanche,

Parsons:
-, Sir. Chas.,
-, Katherine, see Bethell
-, Rachel,

Pasley:
-, Chas.,
-, Chris.,
-, Frances,

Passemer:
-, John,
-, Wm.,

Patrington,
-, rector, see Langdale, Thos.

Patrington poor-law union,

Patrington rural district,

Pattishall:
-, Cath., m. Sir Rob. de Tudenham,
-, John of (fl. mid 13th cent.),
-, Sir John of (d. 1290, ?the same),
-, Sir John (d. 1349), and his w.
-, Mabel,
-, Sim. of,
-, Sir Wm.,
-, fam.,

Paulet:
-, Eleanor, see Ros
-, John (d. 1492),
-, Sir John (d. 1525),
-, Sir Wm., Baron St. John,
-, fam.,

Paull:
-, John of,
-, Mazelina of, see Dringhoe

Paull, and see Newton Garth;
-, Thorngumbald

Payler:
-, Edw., and his wid. Frances,
-, fam.,

Payne, -,

Pearson (or Peirson):
-, Geo.,
-, J. L. (fl. later 19th cent.),
-, Jas. (fl. 1762),
-, Jeannie,
-, John (fl. 1618),
-, John (fl. 1648),
-, John (fl. 1674, ?the same),
-, John (d. by 1718),
-, John (fl. 1743),
-, Rob.,
-, Thos. (fl. 17th cent.),
-, Thos. (d. by 1819),

Pease, F. R.,

Pechell:
-, Helen, see Todd
-, fam.,

Peirson, see Pearson

Pelham:
-, Chas., Ld. Yarborough,
-, Eliz., m. John Stringer,

Penistone (Yorks. W. R.),

Pennel, Edw., n

Penny, W. D.,

penny-graves, see reeves

Pennyman:
-, Sir Jas.,
-, fam.,

Percy:
-, Mary, see Moreby
-, Sir Wm.,

Perkin, Wm.,

Perry:
-, Nellie,
-, T. H.,

Peter the miller,

Peter, Ric. s. of, see Richard

Peto, Pet., see Pettywyn

Pettywyn, Pet. de (?Peto, Pet.),

Philip the chaplain, and see
-, Thomas clerk of Routh
-, Agnes, sister of Phil., see Agnes
-, Rob., brother of Phil., see Robert

Philip, rector of Wawne, see
-, Langbaurgh

Philip s. of Thomas clerk of Routh, see
-, Thomas

Phillips, Francis,

Pickard (or Picard):
-, John Kirkby,
-, Rebecca, see Ridley

Pickering:
-, Chris. (d. 1920),
-, Chris. (fl. 1921),
-, Isabel of,
-, John,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Pidsea Burton, see Burton Pidsea

Pierrepoint, Mic.,

pig farming,

pig-reeves, see swine ringers

pigeon houses, see dovecots

Pigot, John, rector of Roos,

pilgrimage,

Pilgrimage of Grace,

pillory, whipping post,

pinders, carr-graves, carr-reeves,
-, supervisors of pasturage,

pinfolds,

Piper, Wm.,

Piselegh:
-, Amabel de, see Verli
-, Nic. de,

Pistor, Rob.,

plague, sickness,

Plantagenet:
-, Geo., duke of Clarence,
-, Isabel, dau. of Edward III, King,
-, Ric., see Richard III, King
-, fam.,
-, earls of Kent,

Plaxton:
-, Alb.,
-, Herb.,

Plessington:
-, Sir Hen.,
-, Wm. (fl. later 14th cent.),
-, Wm. (d. 1457, another),
-, fam.,
-, -, w. of Wm., see Fauconberg

Plumer:
-, Hall,
-, Thos.,

Plummer, Francis L. C.,

Pockley:
-, Geo.,
-, John,
-, Mary, wid. of John,
-, Rob.,
-, Theodosia, m. Gabriel Brooke,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Pole:
-, Edm. de la, earl of Suffolk,
-, John de la, earl of Lincoln,
-, Sir Wm. de la, and his wid. Cath.,
-, fam.,

Pont l'Evêque, Rog. de, abp. of York,

Pontefract priory (Yorks. W.R.),

Pool, Aldam, and his wid. Ada,

poorhouses,

Porter:
-, Edw.,
-, John,
-, Terence,
-, F. A., & Sons,

Portland:
-, duke of, see Bentinck, Wm.
-, earl of, see Bentinck, Hans

post offices,

potatoes,

pottery making, and see
-, Hornsea Pottery

Poulson, Geo.,

poultry farming,

poultry renders,

Presbyterians,

Preston:
-, Hen. of,
-, Isabel of, m. Thos. Hautayn,
-, John of (d. by 1334),
-, John of, s. of last,
-, Rog. of,
-, Thos. of,
-, Wm. of (fl. 13th cent.),
-, Wm. Harrison (d. 1918), and his
-, wid. Isabel,
-, fam.,

Preston, vct., see Graham

Preston,
-, chantry,
-, church,
-, population,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, St. Sepulchre's hospital,
-, and see Lelley

Price, Thos.,

Prickett:
-, Marm. (d. 1837),
-, Marm. (d. 1860 or 1861),
-, Thos. (d. 1885),
-, Revd. Thos. (d. 1902),
-, fam.,

Prime Minister, see Crown, patron

prisons, lock-ups,

protestant nonconformity, see
-, Anabaptists; Christadelphians;
-, Christian Scientists; Friends;
-, Jehovah's Witnesses; Presbyterians;
-, Puritans; Salvation
-, Army; Scotch Baptists; United
-, Reformed Church; and see under
-, places

Proud, Ursula,

public services, see electricity; libraries;
-, post offices; reading rooms;
-, sewage; and see under places

Pudsey, Alex.,

Pugh:
-, C. D. (fl. 1963),
-, Chas. (fl. 1964),

Pundagh (unidentified),

Punt, Rob.,

Puritans,

Pyncombe, Mrs.,

Quakers, see Friends

Quarter sessions,

Queen Anne's Bounty,

Quilter, H. K., vicar of Bilton,

rabbit warrens,

Rafton:
-, Annie,
-, Edith,
-, John,
-, Mary,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Raikes:
-, Ann, m. - Lutwidge,
-, Anne, wid. of Rob. (d. 1837),
-, Rob. (d. 1837),
-, Rob. (fl. 1847),
-, fam.,
-, trustees,

railway, see Hull & Hornsea Railway
-, Co.

Raines:
-, Ann, w. of Isaac,
-, Anne, m. - Atkinson,
-, Fanny,
-, Isaac,
-, John (fl. 1678),
-, John (fl. 1778),
-, John (d. by 1808, ?the same),
-, Jos.,
-, Rob.,
-, Wm. (d. 1798),
-, Wm. (d. 1833),
-, Wm. (d. 1874),
-, fam.,

Ralph (fl. 1086),

Ramkel (fl. later 11th cent., one or
-, more of this name),

Ramsden:
-, Eliz., m. - Roundell,
-, John,
-, Wm.,

Rand:
-, Ralph (fl. 1689),
-, Ralph (fl. 1714, ?the same),

Rank:
-, John,
-, fam.,

Rante, Rog.,

rape (crop),

Raphael,

Rastall, John,

Raven, Wm.,

Ravenser, Ric. of,

Ravenser Odd (in Easington), chapel,
-, medieval,

Rawson:
-, Colin,
-, Desmond,
-, Ellen, wid. of John (fl. earlier 17th
-, cent.), n
-, Jane,
-, John (fl. earlier 17th cent.),
-, John (R.) (fl. 1942),
-, Marm.,
-, Rob. (fl. later 16th cent.),
-, Rob. (fl. mid 17th cent., another),
-, Wm. (fl. 1540), n
-, Wm. (fl. 1650),
-, fam.,

Rawsons (Partners) Ltd.,

Rayner (fl. 1086),

Raynolde, Rob.,

Read:
-, Anne, m. - Read, Sir Thos.
-, Gresham,
-, Rob., vicar of Swine,
-, Sir Thos.,
-, Sir Wm.,
-, and see Reed

reading rooms, men's institutes,
-, plate and see libraries

Reckitt, Sir Jas.,

Reckitt & Colman Products Ltd.,

Reckitt & Sons Ltd.,

Reddings:
-, Nic. of,
-, -, w. of Nic., see Hildyard

Redemar, Geof.,

Redhe (fl. 1066),

Reed:
-, C. C., and Co. Ltd.,
-, Chas.,
-, Diana, m. David Blanchard,
-, Geo.,
-, T. D. (d. 1927), and his wid. Alice,
-, Thos. (d. 1942),
-, and see Read

reeds, rushes, dumbles,

Rees-Webbe, Marm.,

reeves, penny-graves, rent collectors,

Reeve, Thos.,

Reformation Church Trust,

Remington:
-, Ric. (d. by 1616),
-, Ric. (d. by 1649),
-, Ric. (fl. 1672),
-, Sir Thos.,
-, fam.,

rent collectors, see reeves

Reynard:
-, Edw. Horner,
-, Horner,

Rhodes, Stanley,

Riall:
-, Eliz.,
-, R. V. S.,

Richard I, King,

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

Richard son of Maurice,

Richard son of Peter,

Richard son of Seberin,

Richardson:
-, A. D.,
-, Chas., rector of Brandesburton,
-, Edmond,
-, Edw.,
-, F. W. O. (fl. later 20th cent.),
-, Francis (d. 1955),
-, Geo. Gibson,
-, J. E. S. (fl. later 20th cent.),
-, Revd. John (fl. 1869),
-, Ric. (d. 1929),
-, Ric. (d. 1964),
-, Rob. Wise (d. 1914),
-, Rob. Wise (fl. 1917),
-, Thos. (d. 1755),
-, Thos. (fl. mid 19th cent.),
-, Revd. Thos. Pearson (fl. mid 19th
-, cent., another),
-, W. H. (fl. 1878),
-, W. H. (d. 1965),
-, W. H. (fl. 1995),
-, W. J. (d. 1929),
-, Wm. (fl. 1652),
-, fam.,

Richmond, Rog. of,

Rickaby:
-, Cath.,
-, Chas. (d. 1838),
-, Charlotte,
-, Giles,
-, John (d. 1785),
-, John (d. 1813),
-, John (d. 1860),
-, John (fl. 1925),
-, fam.,

Ridgmont, see Burstwick

Ridley:
-, Anne,
-, Chris.,
-, Deborah, m. - Monckton,
-, Marg.,
-, Rebecca, m. - Pickard,

Rigg, fam.,

Ringbrough, see Scruteville

Ringbrough (in Aldbrough),
-, chapel, medieval,
-, common fields,
-, common pasture,
-, court,
-, manor,
-, manor house,
-, population,
-, rectory,
-, Ringbrough Hall,
-, roads,
-, tithes,
-, windmill,

Ringbrough Newton, see Newton, East

Ripley school (Yorks. W.R.),

Riplingham Estates Ltd.,

Risby (in Rowley),

Rise,
-, advowson,
-, chantry,
-, chapel, medieval,
-, charities,
-, church,
-, plate
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, court,
-, cross,
-, curate, assistant curate, lesser clergy,
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, gasworks,
-, inclosure,
-, inn,
-, lodges, plate
-, manor house, and see Rise
-, Hall
-, manors,
-, mill,
-, New Rise,
-, parish officers,
-, park,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, rectors, and see
-, Bronson; Johnson, Rob.;
-, Langdale, Thos.; Sterne; Torre,
-, Nic.; Whately, Chas. and W. J.
-, rectory,
-, rectory house,
-, plate
-, Rise Hall,
-, frontispiece
-, Rise Park,
-, plate
-, roads,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, schools,
-, tithes,
-, vicar,
-, village halls,
-, water mill,
-, windmill(s),
-, woodland, n,
-, and see Arnold

Rishworth, Alex., and his w. Beatrice,

Riston, Thos.,

Riston, (or Long Riston),
-, advowson,
-, chapels, nonconformist,
-, charities,
-, church,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, curacy, perpetual,
-, curates, assistant curates,
-, domestic architecture, plate
-, drainage,
-, inclosure,
-, inns,
-, manor house,
-, manors,
-, mill,
-, monastic grange,
-, New Rise, see under Rise
-, Oddfellows' lodge,
-, parish officer,
-, playing field,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, rectors, and see Sterne
-, rectory,
-, rectory houses,
-, roads,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, schools,
-, tithes,
-, vicarage,
-, vicarage house,
-, vicars,
-, village halls,
-, windmills,
-, woodland,
-, and see Arnold; Chenecol;
-, Luvetotholm

River (or Rivers):
-, Joan, see Ughtred
-, John de la,
-, Sir Thos. de la,
-, fam.,

River Hull Catchment Board,

Rivers, see River

roads, turnpike trusts,

Robert (fl. 1086),

Robert (fl. early 13th cent.), brother of
-, Phil. the chaplain,

Robert the butler,

Robert son of Osmund,

Robinson:
-, Chas., and his w. Eliz.,
-, Eliz., w. of -, see Heron
-, F. J.,
-, J. M. (d. 1938),
-, Jas. (fl. 1904),
-, Leon. (fl. c. 1560),
-, Leon., sr. (fl. 1580s),
-, Leon. (d. 1600, ?the same),
-, Leon. (fl. earlier 17th cent., others),
-, Leon. (d. 1655, ?one of the above),
-, Mary,
-, N(igel) D.,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Robson, (later Brooke), Jane,

Rochford:
-, Joan, ?dau. of Sir Walran of, m. -
-, Rogerson,
-, Walran of (fl. 1240),
-, Walran of (fl. before 1347,
-, ?another),
-, Sir Walran of (?fl. 14th cent.,
-, another),
-, Wm. of, and his w. Beatrice,

Rodmell, Allison,

Roger (fl. 1086, ?Rog. de Montbegon),

Roger, Sir (fl. mid 12th cent.),

Rogers, Ric.,

Rogerson, Joan, see Rochford

Rolston (in Mappleton), n,
-, Army camp,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pasture,
-, court,
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, holiday camp,
-, inclosure,
-, industry,
-, manor,
-, manor house,
-, moated site,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, rectory,
-, rifle range,
-, roads,
-, Rolston Hall,
-, tithes,
-, waterworks,
-, woodland,

Roman Catholicism, and
-, see under places

Roman remains,

Roos,
-, advowson,
-, castle,
-, chantry,
-, chapels, nonconformist,
-, charities,
-, church,
-, plate
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pasture,
-, court,
-, curate, assistant curates, chaplain,
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, festival,
-, Free Gardeners' lodge,
-, guild,
-, horse show,
-, inclosure,
-, industry,
-, inns,
-, manor house,
-, manors,
-, n
-, mills, and see windmills
-, mission chapel,
-, moated site,
-, Oddfellows' lodge,
-, parish officers,
-, playing field,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, rectors, and
-, see Cook, Nic.; Corbridge;
-, Hotham, Chas.; Manners, John;
-, Milsom; Pigot; Stevenson, Ant.;
-, Sykes, Chris. and Mark

rectory,

rectory houses,
-, plate and see Roos Hall
-, roads,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, Roos Hall,
-, schools,
-, tithes,
-, village institute,
-, windmills,
-, woodland,
-, and see Andrebi; Owstwick

rope-making,

Ros (or Roos):
-, Alan le,
-, Beatrice de, wid. of Thos. (d.
-, 1384),
-, Edm. de, Ld. Ros,
-, Edw.,
-, Eleanor de, wid. of Thos. (d.
-, 1430), m. Edm. Beaufort,
-, duke of Somerset,
-, Eleanor, m. John Paulet,
-, Eleanor de, m. Sir Rob. Manners,
-, Emma de, see Scruteville
-, Everard de,
-, Isabel de, m. Sir Thos. Lovell,
-, Jas. de (fl. earlier 14th cent.),
-, Sir Jas. (d. 1361, ?the same),
-, Sir Jas. (fl. 1397),
-, John de (fl. mid 13th cent.),
-, John de (fl. 1316, another),
-, (Sir) John de (d. by 1319),
-, John de, Ld. Ros of Watton (d.
-, 1338),
-, John de (fl. earlier 14th cent.), rector
-, of Routh,
-, John de (fl. 1370s),
-, John (?fl. late 14th cent., the same),
-, John (d. 1451 or 1452, ?another),
-, John de, Ld. Ros (d. 1421),
-, John (d. by 1515),
-, Marg. de (fl. 13th cent.), w. of -,
-, see Brus
-, Marg. de, w. of John (d. 1338), see
-, Goxhill
-, Margery de, wid. of Wm. (d.
-, 1343),
-, Margery de, wid. of John (d. 1421),
-, Margery, m. John Wittalbury,
-, Nic. de, prebendary of York Minster
-, (fl. 1313),
-, Nic. (d. 1397),
-, Pet. de,
-, Ric. de (fl. 1273),
-, Sir Ric. de (d. 1351),
-, Ric. de, grds. of last,
-, Rob. de (d. 1162 or 1163),
-, Rob. de (fl. early 13th cent.),
-, Rob. de (d. 1285), grds. of last,
-, Rob. de (d. by 1311),
-, Rob. de (fl. 1343),
-, Sir Rob. de (d. 1381, ?the same),
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1441),
-, Thos. de, Ld. Ros (d. 1384),
-, Thos. de, Ld. Ros (d. 1430),
-, Thos. (d. by 1463),
-, Thos. de, Ld. Ros (d. 1464),
-, (Sir) Wm. de (d. 1264),
-, Wm. de (?d. by 1316),
-, Wm. de, Ld. Ros (d. 1316),
-, Wm. de, Ld. Ros (d. 1343),
-, Wm. (d. by 1378),
-, fam.,
-, Barons of Helmsley (Yorks. N. R.),
-, of Gedney (Lincs.),
-, fee,
-, Ld., and see Manners

Ross, C. H.,

Rotherham, Edw.,

Rotsea (in Hutton Cranswick),

Roundell:
-, Eliz., see Ramsden
-, Cath., m. - Dawnay,
-, Mildred, m. - Bourchier,

Routh:
-, Agnes (fl. earlier 15th cent.), wid. of
-, Sir John,
-, (Sir) Amand of (fl. c. 1300),
-, (Sir) Amand of (fl. earlier 14th
-, cent.), grds. of last,
-, (Sir) Amand of (fl. 1370s), ?s. of last,
-, Amand of, rector of Barmston (fl.
-, earlier 14th cent.),
-, Anne,
-, Brian,
-, Christine, w. of Amand (fl. 1370s),
-, Eliz., m. Sir John Cutt,
-, (Sir) John of (d. by 1311),
-, Sir John (fl. late 14th and early 15th
-, cent.),
-, John (fl. 1435), s. of last,
-, Maud of, w. of Wm.,
-, Sir Sim. of,
-, Wal. of,
-, (or Rue), (Sir) Wm. of (fl. mid 13th
-, cent.),
-, Wm. of (?another),
-, fam.,

Routh (or Ruda, Rue),
-, advowson,
-, aerodrome,
-, bridge,
-, chapel, manorial,
-, charity,
-, church,
-, church, nonconformist,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, courts,
-, cross, see under Leven
-, curates,
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, hermitage,
-, hospital, medieval,
-, inclosure,
-, industry,
-, inn,
-, manor houses,
-, manors,
-, mill,
-, moated site,
-, monastic grange,
-, parish council,
-, parish officers,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, rectors, and see
-, Brandesby; Gedney; Griffith;
-, Hall, Chas.; Hildyard, Chris.;
-, Ros, John; Samman, A. H.;
-, Thomas; Winchcomb
-, rectory,
-, rectory house,
-, roads,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, school,
-, tithes,
-, village hall (Samman Hall),
-, windmill, drainage,
-, windmills,
-, woodland,

Rowell:
-, Alan de (fl. c. 1200),
-, Alan, grdf. of Alan (fl. 1249), ?the
-, same,
-, Alan (fl. 1249),

Rowley, and see Risby

Rowton:
-, Mat. of,
-, Maud of,
-, Sir Ric. of,

Rowton, see Skirlaugh, North

Roxby (Yorks. N. R.),

Royal Air Force (R.A.F.),
-, and see Brandesburton;
-, Catfoss

Royal National Lifeboat Association,

Royal Society for the Protection of
-, Birds,

Royalists,

Ruda, see Routh

Rudston, Wm. of,

Rudston, and see Caythorpe

Rue, see Routh

Rupella:
-, Beatrice, w. of Sim., m. Amand the
-, butler,
-, Sim. de,

Rushworth, John,

Russell:
-, Sir John, baron Russell, earl of
-, Bedford,
-, Rupert,

Russia,

Ruston Parva,

Rutland, earls of, see Manners

Ryhill (in Burstwick),

Rysome, Hugh of,

sac and soc,

St. Andrew's Steam Fishing Co. Ltd.,

St. David's, bp. of, see Watson, Thos.

St. John:
-, Agatha de,
-, Agnes de, m. Adam (fl. 13th cent.),
-, Alice de,
-, Gerard de,
-, fam.,
-, Baron, see Paulet, Wm.

St. Leger, race,

St. Quintin:
-, Agnes de, w. of Herb. (fl. early 12th
-, cent.), see Arches
-, Agnes de, wid. of Herb. (d. by 1223),
-, see Stutville
-, Alice de,
-, Anselm,
-, Ant., rector of Hornsea,
-, Eliz. de, m. Sir John Marmion,
-, Gabriel,
-, Geof., and his w. Constance,
-, Herb. de (fl. early 12th cent.),
-, Herb. de (d. by 1223),
-, Sir Herb. de (d. 1302),
-, Sir Herb. de (d. by 1302), s. of last,
-, Sir Herb. de (d. 1339),
-, Sir Herb. de (d. 1347),
-, Herb. de (d. 1398),
-, Jane (or Joan), m. Rob. (or Ric.)
-, Dolman,
-, Joan, w. of Wm., see Twyer
-, John de (fl. 1316),
-, Sir John de (d. 1397),
-, John (fl. 16th cent.),
-, Laura de, wid. of Sir Herb. (d.
-, 1339),
-, Laura de (d. 1369), m. Rob. Grey,
-, Sir John de St. Quintin,
-, Lucy de, ?wid. of Sir Herb. (d. 1302)
-, or Sir Herb. (d. by 1302), m.
-, Rob. de Cotum,
-, Marg., m. - Noddall,
-, Margery de, wid. of Herb. (d.
-, 1347), m. Sir Rog. Hussey,
-, Margery (fl. 16th cent.), m. -
-, Monkton,
-, Mat.,
-, Ric. de (fl. 1166),
-, Ric. de (fl. c. 1350), n
-, Wm. de (fl. mid 13th cent.),
-, Wm. (d. 1529),
-, -, m. Mat. St. Quintin,
-, fam.,

St. Thomas's hospital, Southwark,

Salisbury, earls of, see Neville, Ric.,

Salter, Geo.,

Saltmarsh:
-, Phil. (d. 1796),
-, Phil. (d. by 1847),
-, Phil., s. of last,

Salvan:
-, Eliz., see Mauley
-, Geo.,
-, John,

Salvation Army,

Salvidge, John,

Samman:
-, A. H., rector of Routh,
-, (Sir) Hen. (d. 1928),
-, Sir Hen. (fl. 1938),
-, fam.,

Sampson, Geo., rector of Leven,

sand and gravel extraction,

Sandsfield Gravel Co.,

Sant, Stuart,

Santriburtone, see Burton Constable

Saul, Percy,

Saunders, A. E.,

Saunderson, John, sr. and jr.,

Savage, Frances,

Savile, Anne, see Darcy

Savoy hospital, London,

Sawyer, Edm.,

Saye, Ld., see Fiennes, Edw.

Sayle, Rob.,

Scales:
-, Hen.,
-, Roland,
-, Sydney,

Scarborough (Yorks. N. R.),

Scholefield:
-, Ann, see Almond
-, Horsfall,

Schonswar, Geo.,

Scotch Baptists,

Scotewayne (or Sotwayn), fam.,

Scott:
-, Chris.,
-, Cuthbert, bp. of Chester, rector of
-, Beeford,
-, F. A.,
-, Sir G. G.,
-, G. L.,
-, Jos.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, Wm. Richardson,

Scrope:
-, Geof. le,
-, Hen., Ld. Scrope,
-, Ld.,

Scruteville (or Ringbrough):
-, Alan de (fl. c. 1150),
-, Alan de (fl. c. 1200), grds. of last,
-, Emma de. m. John de Ros,
-, Ric. de,
-, (Sir) Wm. de (fl. late 12th cent.),
-, (Sir) Wm. de (fl. earlier 13th cent.),
-, grds. of last,
-, fam.,

Sculcoates,

sculptors, see Bailey, G.; Bailey &
-, Furness; Earle; Hayes; Keyworth,
-, W. D.

Scures:
-, Alan de,
-, Ansketil de,
-, Hen. de,
-, Joan de, m. (Sir) Rob. Hildyard,
-, Maud de,
-, Rob. de (fl. mid 12th cent.),
-, Sir Rob. de (fl. mid 13th cent.),
-, Rob. de (fl. 1286, ?another),
-, Wal. de,
-, Wm. de,
-, fam.,

seaside resorts, holiday-making,
-, and see Aldbrough; caravans;
-, Hornsea

Seaton:
-, Albreda of,
-, Godfrey of,
-, Nic. of,
-, Odo of,
-, Pet. of,
-, Rob. of,
-, Wm. of,

Seaton (in Sigglesthorne), n,
-, chapels, nonconformist,
-, charities,
-, domestic architecture,
-, inclosure,
-, inns,
-, manors,
-, mere, see Hornsea, mere
-, mill,
-, Oddfellows' lodge,
-, playground,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, Seaton House, Hall,
-, schools,
-, tithes,
-, village halls,
-, woodland,

Seberin, Ric. s. of, see Richard

Second World War,
-, n,

See:
-, Brian de la,
-, Joan (or Jane) de la, m. (Sir) Pet.
-, Hildyard,
-, (Sir) Martin de la, n,
-, Marg. de la, m. Sir Hen. Boynton,
-, Maud de la, see Monceaux
-, fam.,

Sées abbey (Orne, France),

Selby abbey (Yorks. W. R.),
-, abbot,

select vestry,

Sellers, H. R.,

Selow:
-, Alice,
-, John, vicar of Skipsea,
-, Rog., vicar of Skipsea,

Sergeant, Hugh, see Tunstall, Hugh

Settrington, rector of, see Bransby

sewage, water treatment works, pumping
-, stations,

Seward Agricultural Machinery Ltd.,

Sewell, Hannah,

Shaftesbury, earls of, see Cooper, Ant.
-, and Cropley

Sharp, John, abp. of York,

Shaw (or Shawe):
-, Jas.,
-, Wm.,

sheep farming,

Sheffield (Yorks. W. R.),

Sheldon, fam., see Constable

Sherburn, Ralph of,

Shercliffe, Wm.,

Sherlock, Thos.,

Shippabotham, Rob.,

Shipton:
-, Alathea, see Hartas
-, Thos.,

Shipwright:
-, John,
-, Ralph,

shooting, and see under Rolston

Shulton:
-, Constance de,
-, Sir Ric. de,

Shutt:
-, Chris.,
-, Jas. (d. 1787),
-, Jas. (d. 1800),
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Shutt Bell, Alwin,

Shutt Worthington, Ada,

sickness, see plague

Sigeweard (fl. 1066),

Sigglesthorne,
-, advowson,
-, bridge,
-, charities,
-, church,
-, common fields,
-, common pastures,
-, court,
-, curates, assistant curates, lesser
-, clergy,
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, fair,
-, guild,
-, inclosure,
-, inns,
-, manor,
-, manor houses, Manor Houses,
-, mill,
-, moated site,
-, parish officer,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, railway station, see Hatfield, Little
-, rectors, and see Bentinck, W.
-, H. E.; Birmingham; Garnett;
-, Law; Monceaux, Rob.; Trafford
-, rectory,
-, rectory houses,
-, roads,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, St. Lawrence's well,
-, schools,
-, Sigglesthorne Hall,
-, tithes,
-, windmill(s),
-, woodland,
-, and see Catfoss; Hatfield, Great and
-, Little; Seaton; Wassand

Simeon trustees,

Simon the clerk,

Simpson:
-, Mary,
-, S. F.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wakefield,

Sinclair, Sam., curate of Bilton,

Sinkler, fam.,

Sisson, Leon.,

Skeffling, Isaac of,

Skeffling, see Burstall

Skelton, Thos.,

Skevington:
-, Sir John (d. 1525),
-, John (fl. mid 16th cent.),
-, John (fl. 1601, ?the same),
-, Sir John (fl. 1656),
-, Ursula (fl. 1656), wid. of -,
-, Wm. (d. 1551),
-, Wm., s. of last,
-, Wm. (fl. 1601, ?another),

Skidby,

skinning, see hides

Skipsea,
-, plates
-, advowson,
-, bombing range,
-, borough, see Skipsea Brough
-, castle,
-, plate
-, chapels, nonconformist, meeting
-, houses,
-, plates
-, church,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, court,
-, Crow Garth, Grange, grange see
-, under Beeford
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, fairs,
-, guild, guild hall,
-, inclosure,
-, industry,
-, inns,
-, landing place, port, see Newhithe
-, lesser clergy,
-, manor,
-, markets,
-, meres,
-, Oddfellows' lodge,
-, parish officers,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, Rechabites' lodge,
-, rectors,
-, rectory,
-, rectory house,
-, roads,
-, schools,
-, Skipsea Benevolent (or Poor Man's)
-, Friendly Society,
-, tithes,
-, vicarage,
-, vicarage houses,
-, vicars, and see Cornwall,
-, Ralph; Glede, Thos.; Selow,
-, John and Rog.
-, village feast,
-, village halls, recreation room, parish
-, room, plate
-, water supply,
-, windmill, and see under Cleeton
-, and see Bonwick; Cleeton; Dringhoe;
-, Newhithe; Skipsea Brough;
-, Ulrome; Upton

Skipsea Arts Group,

Skipsea Brough (in Skipsea),
-, borough,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, fairs,
-, inclosure,
-, industry,
-, inn,
-, manor,
-, markets,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, school,
-, tithes,
-, water supply,

Skirlaugh chapelry, later new parish (in
-, Swine),
-, advowson,
-, almshouse,
-, chantry, chantry house,
-, chapel, later church,
-, charities,
-, Church hall,
-, curacy, perpetual curacy,
-, curates,
-, inclosure,
-, parish officers,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, tithes,
-, vicarage,
-, vicarage house,

Skirlaugh civil parish (in Swine),
-, parish council,
-, population,
-, woodland,

Skirlaugh, North (in Swine),
-, n, n,
-, bridge, see Skirlaugh, South
-, charity,
-, Church hall, see Skirlaugh chapelry
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, inclosure,
-, manor,
-, mill,
-, monastic grange,
-, playing field,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, Rowton,
-, school,
-, tithes,
-, vicarage house, see Skirlaugh
-, chapelry
-, water mill,
-, workhouse, see Skirlaugh poor-law
-, union
-, and see Skirlaugh chapelry;
-, Skirlaugh civil parish

Skirlaugh poor-law union,
-, workhouse,

Skirlaugh rural district,

Skirlaugh rural sanitary authority,

Skirlaugh, South (in Swine),
-, bridge,
-, chapel, later church, see Skirlaugh
-, chapelry
-, chapels, nonconformist,
-, charity,
-, common fields,
-, common pasture,
-, Druids' lodge,
-, feast,
-, inclosure,
-, inns,
-, manor house,
-, manors,
-, parish meeting,
-, parish officer,
-, playing fields,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity, n,
-, railway station, see under Ellerby
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, schools,
-, tithes,
-, village hall, and see
-, Skirlaugh chapelry, Church hall
-, windmill,
-, and see Skirlaugh chapelry;
-, Skirlaugh civil parish

Skirlaw:
-, Joan, prioress of Swine,
-, Wal., bp. of Durham,
-, Wm.,

Skirlington:
-, Emma (or Emeline) of, and her f.
-, Sim.,
-, Ralph of,
-, fam.,

Skirlington (in Atwick),
-, common field,
-, common pasture,
-, inclosure,
-, manor,
-, market,
-, tithes,

Slaney, (Sir) Steph.,

Sledmere,

Sleigh, Hugh,

Slingsby, F. D.,

smallholdings, see allotment gardens

Smith:
-, Alex., see Alec-Smith
-, Alf., (fl. 1866),
-, Alf. (fl. 1930),
-, Alf. (fl. 1944, ?another),
-, Cyril,
-, David C.,
-, Ernest,
-, 'father', organ builder,
-, Frances, see Bower
-, Francis (fl. 1812),
-, Frank (fl. 1947),
-, Hannah,
-, Jas.,
-, John (d. 1863),
-, John (fl. 1920),
-, Leon.,
-, Matilda,
-, Miles,
-, Miles, s. of last,
-, R. G. (fl. 1860s),
-, R. S. (fl. 1860s),
-, Ric. (fl. earlier 18th cent.),
-, Sam.,
-, Wm. (fl. 1751),
-, Wm. (d. by 1781, ?another),
-, Wm., sr. (d. by 1815), and jr.,
-, and see Smyth

Smith & Brodrick,

Smith Stafford, J. A.,

Smithson:
-, Art.,
-, Rob.,

Smyth:
-, Anne, see Windham
-, (later Smyth Windham), Jos.,
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1823),
-, Wm. (d. 1887), see Windham

Smyth Windham:
-, Ashe, see Windham
-, Jos., see Smyth

Snaith, Jas.,

Society for the Maintenance of the
-, Faith,

Somerset, duchess of, see Ros, Eleanor

Sotwayn, see Scotewayne

South:
-, Sir Francis,
-, Geo.,
-, John,

South East Yorkshire Light & Power
-, Co. Ltd.,

South Holderness County Secondary
-, School,

Southcoates (in Drypool),

Southorpe (in Hornsea),
-, common fields,
-, common pastures,
-, inclosure,
-, population,
-, tithes,

Southwark, see St. Thomas's hospital

Southwell, fam.,

Speck, Wm.,

Speed, John,

Spooner, John L.,

sport, leisure,
-, and see billiards;
-, bowling; cricket; cycling; football;
-, garden centres; golf courses;
-, horse-racing; libraries; shooting;
-, swimming; tennis

Sports and Arts Association,

Sprinz, Rudolph,

Sproatley, Adam of, see Goxhill, Adam

Sproatley,
-, advowson,
-, chapel, nonconformist,
-, charities,
-, church,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pasture,
-, curates, assistant curate, and see
-, Hatfield, Jos.; Wall, C. J.
-, crosses,
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, Druids' lodge,
-, feast,
-, inclosure,
-, industry,
-, inns,
-, lich-gate,
-, manor house,
-, manors,
-, mill, and seewindmills
-, New Lodge,
-, parish officers,
-, park,
-, playing field,
-, police station,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, rectors, and see
-, Bewe, Geo.; Bransby, John;
-, Carnaby; Goundril; Hall, Sam.;
-, Hardy, Benj.; Wall, C. J.;
-, Wapshare
-, rectory,
-, rectory house,
-, roads,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, tithes,
-, schools,
-, village hall,
-, windmills,
-, woodland,

Sproatley Floral and Horticultural
-, Society,

Sproatley Womens' Institute,

Stafford:
-, Edw., duke of Buckingham,
-, Humph., duke of Buckingham,
-, fam.,

Stamford:
-, Edw. (fl. 1919),
-, Edw. (fl. 1930s, ?another),
-, John (fl. mid 19th cent., agricultural
-, machine maker),
-, John (fl. 1865, ?the same),
-, Wm.,

Stamp:
-, Mark,
-, Leon.,

Stanere, Rob.,

Stanhope:
-, Bridget, m. Geo. Feilding, earl of
-, Desmond,
-, John,
-, Mary, see Knowles
-, Sir Mic.,
-, Sir Thos.,

Starkey:
-, Hannah,
-, John (fl. 1604),
-, (Sir) J. R. (d. 1940),
-, Lewis,
-, Sarah,
-, Sir Wm.,

Staveley:
-, Alice, see Francis
-, Claude, rector of Leven,
-, Geo.,
-, Harold, and his w. Marion,
-, John,
-, fam.,

Staverne, Rob. of,

Stedeman, Gillian, ?m. Thos. Vescy,

Stempel, Baroness de,

Stephen, count of Aumale,

Stephen, chaplain of Skipsea, n

Stephenson:
-, Hen.,
-, John,
-, Mat.,
-, T. N. (fl. 1950),
-, Thos. (fl. mid 19th cent.), and
-, see Stephenson Holland, Thos.
-, Wm.,
-, and see Stevenson

Stephenson Holland:
-, G. F.,
-, (?formerly Stephenson), Thos. (d.
-, 1894),

Sterne, Jaques, rector of Rise and
-, Riston, vicar of Hornsea,

Stevenson, Ant., rector of Roos,

stewards,

Stickney:
-, Wal.,
-, fam.,

Stillingfleet, see Moreby

Stillington (Yorks. N. R.),

Stockdale, Jos. H.,

stocks,

Stocks:
-, Frances, m. D. B. Kendell,
-, John,
-, Sam.,

Stokes:
-, Eliz., m. Marm. Constable, -
-, Ashburne,
-, Rob. (d. 1506),
-, Rob. (fl. 16th cent., ?another),
-, fam.,

Stone, Chris., rector of Wawne, chancellor
-, of York,

Stopes, Ric.,

Storey:
-, Beatrice,
-, Thos. (d. 1950),
-, Thos. (fl. 1950),
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Stork, J.,

Storr:
-, John (fl. 1614),
-, John (d. 1657, ?the same),
-, John (d. 1677),
-, John (fl. mid 18th cent., one or two
-, of this name),
-, Rear Admiral John (d. 1783, ?the
-, same),
-, Jos. (d. 1728),
-, Jos. (d. 1753),
-, Jos. (d. by 1834),
-, Marm.,
-, fam., n,

Straker, Rodrica,

Strangways:
-, Sir Jas. (fl. 1490),
-, Jas. (fl. 1530, another),

straw-bonnet making,

stray,

Strickland:
-, Sir Geo.,
-, Hen., see Strickland-Constable
-, Mary, see Constable
-, Lady (?Mary), see Constable

Strickland-Constable:
-, Chas. (fl. 1914), ?Fred. Chas.,
-, Lady (Ernestine),
-, F(red). C(has). (d. 1917),
-, (formerly Strickland), Hen. (d.
-, 1909),
-, Sir Hen. Marm. (d. 1975),
-, fam.,
-, and see
-, Constable
-, trustees,

Stringer:
-, Anne, m. John FitzWilliam, vct.
-, Milton, Earl FitzWilliam,
-, Eliz., see Pelham
-, Francis,
-, John,

Sturmy, Sir Rob., and his w. Cath.,

Stutville:
-, Agnes de, m. Herb. de St. Quintin,
-, Alice de, m. Rog. de Merlay,
-, Anselm de,
-, Joan de, m. Hugh Bigod, Hugh
-, Wake,
-, John de (?fl. c. 1300),
-, John de (d. c. 1325, ?another),
-, John de (d. by 1329), s. of last, and
-, his w. Agnes,
-, Maud de, see Dringhoe
-, Sir Nic. de (d. ?1217),
-, Nic. de (d. 1233),
-, Nic. de (one of the above),
-, Sim. de,
-, Wm. de (fl. mid 13th cent.),
-, Wm. de (fl. c. 1320),
-, fam.,

Suddaby, fam.,

Suffolk:
-, duke of, see Brandon
-, earl of, see Pole, Edm.

Sunderlandwick:
-, John of,
-, Wm. of,

supervisors of pasturage, see pinders

Surdeval:
-, Alan de,
-, Amand de (fl. 13th cent.),
-, Amand de (fl. 14th cent., one or two
-, of this name),
-, Hawise de, see Hawise
-, John de (fl. 1252),
-, John de (fl. 1316),
-, fam.,

surgeons, apothecaries,

Sussex, see Brighton

Suthill:
-, Agnes, m. John Barnby,
-, Eliz., see Nuthill
-, Hen.,
-, Isabel, w. of -, see Fauconberg
-, Isabel, m. John Frechwell,

Sutton:
-, Agnes, m. Sir Ralph Bulmer, Sir
-, Edm. Hastings,
-, Aline, wid. of John, Ld. Sutton (d.
-, 1356),
-, Amand of,
-, Constance, m. Sir John Godard,
-, John, Ld. Sutton (d. by 1338),
-, John, Ld. Sutton (d. 1356),
-, Margery, m. Pet. de Mauley,
-, Reiner of,
-, Ric. of,
-, (Sir) Saer of (fl. earlier 13th cent.),
-, Saer of (?d. 1270),
-, Saer of (d. by 1290),
-, Thos., Ld. Sutton,
-, fam.,

Sutton on Hull,
-, advowson,
-, Bransholme,
-, castle,
-, chapel, later church,
-, and see college
-, chapelry, n
-, charities,
-, college,
-, master, see Bransby
-, curacy,
-, drainage,
-, Drypool,
-, inclosure,
-, Lopholme,
-, manor,
-, military depot,
-, moated site,
-, population,
-, rectors,
-, rectory,
-, rectory house,
-, roads,
-, St. Michael's parish,
-, schools,
-, sports facilities,
-, Stoneferry,
-, tithes,
-, workhouse,

Svartgeirr (fl. 1066),

Seven (fl. 1066, one or more of this
-, name),

Swales, Jas.,

Swann:
-, Thos.,
-, Thos., s. of last,

swanner, see warreners

Swarger (fl. 1066),

Swift:
-, Chas. Alf.,
-, H. A.,
-, Lily,
-, T. H.,

swimming,

Swine,
-, n
-, plate
-, advowson,
-, chantry,
-, chapels, medieval,
-, chapels, nonconformist,
-, charity,
-, church,
-, plate
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, courts,
-, cross,
-, curates, assistant curate, lesser
-, clergy,
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, Fishhouse,
-, Giant hill,
-, guild,
-, inclosure,
-, industry,
-, inns,
-, manor houses,
-, manors,
-, mill,
-, parish officers,
-, park,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, railway station,
-, rectors, and see Verli, Rob.
-, rectory,
-, rectory house,
-, roads,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, schools,
-, Swine Hall,
-, tithes,
-, vicarage,
-, vicarage houses,
-, vicars, and see
-, Cobby; Goundril; Read, Rob.
-, village hall,
-, water mill,
-, windmills,
-, windmills, drainage,
-, woodland,
-, and see Arnold; Benningholme;
-, Bilton; Burton Constable;
-, Ellerby; Lambwath; Marton;
-, Skirlaugh, North and South

Swine priory,
-, church,
-, misericords,
-, prioress, and see Skirlaw, Joan

swine ringers, pig-reeves,

Sykes:
-, Sir Chris. (d. 1801),
-, Chris., rector of Hilston and Roos
-, (d. 1857),
-, Chris. (d. 1898),
-, Dan.,
-, Hen.,
-, Lucy, m. Revd. Chas. Hotham,
-, (Sir) Mark, rector of Roos,
-, Penelope, m. Edw. York,
-, Sir Tatton (d. 1863),
-, Sir Tatton (d. 1913),
-, Sir (Tatton) Mark (d. 1919),
-, fam.,
-, trustees,

Tadman, Ann,

tallage,

Talon, John,

tanning, see hides

Tansterne (in Aldbrough),
-, chapel, medieval,
-, common field,
-, drainage,
-, inclosure,
-, manor,
-, manor house,
-, moated sites,
-, population,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, tithes,

Tasker, Wm.,

Taylor:
-, Bryan (fl. 1809),
-, Bryan (fl. 1820, ?the same),
-, Cecil, his wid. Lilian, and s. Derek,
-, Francis,
-, Geo.,
-, John (d. c. 1829),
-, John (fl. mid 19th cent.),
-, Ric.,
-, Rob. (fl. c. 1600),
-, Rob. (fl. 19th cent.),
-, Wm. (fl. later 18th cent.),
-, Wm. (fl. 1797, ?another),
-, Wm., s. of last,
-, & Co.,

Teale, J. M.,

Tebbutt, H. J., rector of Beeford,

Tele, Wm.,

telephone exchanges,

temperance movement,

Temple Newsam House, near Leeds
-, (Yorks. W.R.),

tenants' works,

Tennant:
-, Jas.,
-, Sam.,
-, Stanley,

tennis,

Tennyson, Jane,

tenures:
-, copyhold,
-, Priesthold,
-, serjeanty,
-, and see tenants' works

Terrington (Yorks. N.R.), rector, see
-, Hall, Chas.

Tharlesthorpe (?Marlesthorp), Ric.
-, of,

thatch,

Thearne (in Beverley),
-, chantry,

Theasby, Phil.,

Thirtleby (in Swine),
-, common fields,
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, inclosure,
-, inn,
-, manor,
-, Manor (or Manor House, Easthall
-, Garth) farm,
-, parish officer,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, Thirtleby Grange Farm,
-, tithes,
-, woodland,

Thomas (fl. late 12th cent.), rector of
-, Routh,

Thomas clerk of Routh (fl. c. 1190,
-, ?same as last), and his s. Phil.,
-, n

Thomas son of Ulviet,

Thomas son of Uvieht,

Thomas, Wendy, see Caley

Thompson:
-, Ann,
-, Arabella,
-, Sir. Chas., see Hotham
-, Francis (d. by 1657),
-, Francis (d. 1693),
-, G. L.,
-, G. W.,
-, J. (fl. 1978),
-, J. V. (d. 1856),
-, Lillingston,
-, Ric.,
-, Steph. (d. 1677),
-, Revd. Steph., grds. of last,
-, Steph. (fl. 1720), heir of Revd.
-, Steph.,
-, Susannah,
-, Thos. (fl. 17th cent.),
-, Thos. (d. 1828),
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1620),
-, Wm. (d. by 1638, ?another),
-, Wm. (d. 1691 or 1692),
-, Wm. (d. 1744),
-, Wm. (d. 1756),
-, Wm. (d. 1766),
-, Wm. (fl. 1808),
-, Wm. (d. 1943),
-, fam.,

Thor (fl. 1066, one or more of this
-, name),

Thor, Fran s. of, see Fran

Thorbiorn (fl. 1066),

Thorbrand (fl. 11th cent.), n

Thoresby, John, abp. of York,

Thorfridh (fl. 1066),

Thorkil (fl. 1066),

Thorn (de spineto), Wal.,

Thorngumbald (in Paull),

Thornholme (?in Leven),

Thornholme priory (Lincs.),

Thornton:
-, Art.,
-, Evelyn, m. C. H. Notley,
-, H. G.,
-, H. S.,
-, Thos.,
-, (Sir) Wm. (d. by 1715),
-, Wm. (fl. mid 18th cent.),

Thornton (Lincs.),

Thornton abbey (Lincs.),
-, abbot,

Thornton college (Lincs.),

Thorpe:
-, Alex.,
-, Francis,
-, Ingleby,
-, Jas.,
-, John (fl. 1550s),
-, John (fl. late 16th cent., ?another), s.
-, of Ric. (fl. 1550),
-, John (fl. early 17th cent.), s. of Rob.
-, (fl. late 16th and early 17th
-, cent.),
-, John (fl. 1640), s. of Wm. (d.
-, 1620),
-, John (d. 1640), s. of Ric. (d. 1613),
-, John (fl. c. 1670), and see Mr.
-, John (d. by 1717, ?another),
-, John (d. 1735 or 1736),
-, Mary, w. of Ric. (d. 1613), m. -
-, Hall,
-, Ric. (fl. 1316),
-, Ric. of (fl. 1316, ?another),
-, Ric. (fl. 1550),
-, Ric. (d. 1613, ?another),
-, Ric. (d. c. 1660),
-, Rob. (fl. 1575), s. of Ric. (fl. 1550),
-, Rob. (fl. late 16th and early 17th
-, cent., ?the same),
-, Rob. (d. 1611, ?another),
-, Steph. of (fl. 1240),
-, Steph. (fl. 1316),
-, Steph. (fl. 1575),
-, Thos.,
-, Wm. (fl. earlier 16th cent.),
-, Wm. (d. 1620),
-, Mr. (fl. 1672, ?John),
-, fam.,

Thorsten (fl. later 11th cent., one or
-, more),

Thurscross, Hen., vicar of Withernwick,

Thwing, Sir Marm.,

Thwing,

Thynne:
-, Christine, see Gresham
-, Sir John (d. 1580),
-, John (fl. 1601),
-, Sir John (d. 1604),
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1639),
-, Sir Thos. (d. by 1671),
-, Thos. (d. 1682),

Tibbald (fl. 1086),

Tickell:
-, E. A., vicar of Ulrome,
-, E. J.,

Tickton (in Beverley),

Ticlot, Rob.,

tilemaking, see brickmaking

Tilliol:
-, Maud de, see Hilton
-, Pet.,
-, Sir Rob. de,

Tilney:
-, Eliz., m. - Bourchier,
-, Sir Phil. (fl. 1389), and his w.
-, Grace,
-, Phil. (fl. 1422, another),

Todd:
-, Helen, m. - Pechell,
-, W. G., s. of Wm.,
-, Wm. (d. by 1838),

toll and team,

Tomlin, Wm., vicar of Ulrome,

Tonge:
-, G. B.,
-, Ruth, m. - Danby,
-, Thos., rector of Beeford,

Topham, Mat., vicar of Withernwick,

Torre:
-, Chris.,
-, Revd. Hen. (fl. mid 19th cent.),
-, Revd. Hen. J. (d. 1904, another), and
-, his wid. Hyacinthe,
-, Jas. (d. 1699), antiquary,
-, Revd. Jas. (d. 1788),
-, Jas. (d. 1816),
-, (later Holme), Nic. (d. 1833), rec-
-, tor of Rise and vicar of
-, Aldbrough,
-, Nic. (fl. later 18th cent., another),

Tosti, Earl,

Totele, see Aldbrough, Thorpe Garth

Tothe, Rob.,

Townend:
-, Jennifer A.,
-, John E.,

Townshend, Geo., see Ellerker

Towrie (or Towry):
-, Francis,
-, Geo. (fl. mid 17th cent.),
-, Rob. (fl. 1663),
-, Tristram,
-, Wm.,
-, Mr. (fl. 1648, ?Geo.),
-, - (?Mary), m. Ric. Thorpe (d.
-, 1613), and see Thorpe, Mary
-, fam.,
-, trustees,

Towse:
-, Fred.,
-, John,

Trade, Board of,

trade:
-, bricks and tiles,
-, coal,
-, corn,
-, lime,
-, sea-borne,
-, stone,
-, wool,

Trafford, Dr., rector of Sigglesthorne,

Trappes:
-, Francis,
-, Rob. (fl. 1544),
-, Rob. (fl. 1634),

Trevor:
-, Cath. Blanche,
-, G. W. (fl. early 20th cent.), rector of
-, Beeford,
-, Geo. (fl. later 19th cent.), canon of
-, York minster, rector of Beeford
-, and Burton Pidsea,

Trigg:
-, Haddon,
-, Mary, see Brown

Truslove:
-, Alice, see Mayne
-, Edw. (d. 1639),
-, Edw. (fl. c. 1675),
-, Edw. (d. by 1699, ?another), and his
-, wid. Avril,
-, Edw. (fl. 1699),
-, Eliz.,
-, Frances, see Chatt
-, Mary, m. John Brough,
-, Mayne,
-, fam.,

Tudenham:
-, Cath. de, see Pattishall
-, Sir John de,
-, Sir Rob. de (fl. mid 14th cent.),
-, Rob. (d. 1405, another),
-, Rob., s. of last,
-, Sir Thos.,
-, fam.,

Tuke, J. B.,

tumbril,

Tunstall:
-, Alex. of,
-, Cuthbert, bishop of London and
-, Durham, rector of Barmston,
-, (?or Sergeant), Hugh of,
-, Mat. of,
-, fam., and see Constable

Tunstall,
-, advowson,
-, almshouses,
-, bridge,
-, charities,
-, church,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, court,
-, cross,
-, curacy, perpetual curacy,
-, curates, perpetual curates, assistant
-, curate, and see Dixon,
-, Jonathan
-, domestic architecture, plate
-, drainage,
-, Hooks,
-, inclosure,
-, industry,
-, inns,
-, manors,
-, mill,
-, parish officers,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, rector,
-, rectory,
-, rectory house,
-, roads,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, Sandley mere (or Sand le Mere),
-, schools,
-, tithes,
-, village hall,
-, woodland,
-, and see Monkwith

turbaries, turves,

turkeys,

Turnbull, Jane,

Turner:
-, John,
-, Thos.,

turnips,

Tuschett, Pet.,

Twyer:
-, Joan, m. Wm. St. Quintin,
-, Pet. de la (d. by 1304),
-, Pet. (d. by 1500),
-, Pet. (?fl. c. 1500, the same),
-, Rob. de la (fl. 1347),
-, Rob. (fl. c. 1500),
-, Wm. de la (fl. mid 13th cent.),
-, Wm. de la (d. by 1334),
-, Wm. de la, s. of last,
-, Wm. (fl. 1432),
-, fam.,

Tymperon:
-, Hen.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,
-, trustees,

Tyrwhit:
-, Sir Rob.,
-, Wm.,

Tyrrell, Baldwin,

Ughtred:
-, Sir Hen.,
-, Joan, m. Sir Thos. de la Rivers,
-, John,
-, Marg., see Godard
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1472),
-, Sir Rob. (fl. earlier 16th cent.),
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Ulbert the constable,

Ulchil, see Ulfkil

Ulf (fl. 1066), lord of Aldbrough,

Ulf, ?the same, builder of Aldbrough
-, church, and see Guneware

Ulf (fl. 1066, ?anothers of this name),

Ulf kil (or Ulchil) (fl. 1066),

Ulrome:
-, (Sir) Adam of,
-, Hugh of,
-, (or Carlisle), John of (d. by 1322),
-, John of, s. of last,
-, John of (fl. 14th cent.), monk of
-, Meaux abbey,
-, John of (fl. 1396), chaplain, ?curate
-, of Ulrome,
-, Mazelina of, see Dringhoe
-, Ralph of (fl. mid 12th cent.),
-, Ralph of (fl. late 12th cent.), s. of
-, Rob.,
-, Rob. of (fl. mid 12th cent.), ?s. of
-, Ralph,
-, (Sir) Rob. of (fl. mid 13th cent.),
-, Wm. of, s. of Hugh,
-, Wm., s. of last,
-, fam., n,

Ulrome (or Ulfram, Ulreham) (in
-, Barmston and Skipsea),
-, plate
-, advowson,
-, bridges,
-, chantry,
-, chapel, later church,
-, chapelry, later parish,
-, chapels, nonconformist, meeting
-, house, plate
-, chaplains, and see Ulrome,
-, John of; William
-, charities,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, court,
-, curacy, perpetual curacy,
-, curacy house,
-, curates, perpetual curates,
-, and see Dade, Wm.;
-, Gilby, John; Holme, John;
-, Lockwood, J. W. K.; Ulrome,
-, John of
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, inclosure,
-, industry,
-, inns,
-, lake-dwelling,
-, manor house, Manor House,
-, manors,
-, mill,
-, parish council,
-, parish officers,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, rector,
-, rectory,
-, roads
-, schools,
-, tithes,
-, Ulrome Hall,
-, vicarage,
-, vicarage houses,
-, vicars, and see Bateman;
-, Tickell, E. A.; Tomlin
-, village hall,
-, water supply,
-, windmill,
-, woodland,

Ulverston, Ric., rector of Beeford,

Ulviet, Thos. s. of, see Thomas

United Reformed Church,

Upton:
-, Eliza,
-, J. B.,
-, T. E.,
-, T. S.,

Upton (in Skipsea),
-, common fields, n,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, drainage,
-, inclosure,
-, industry,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, tithes,

Uvieht, Thos. s. of, see Thomas

Vaughan, Francis,

Vavasour:
-, Jane, see Langdale
-, Sir Thos.,
-, Sir Wal.,

Vek (or Waih) (fl. 1066),

Ver:
-, John de (fl. late 13th and mid 14th
-, cent., one or more),
-, Sir Sim. de (d. c. 1264),
-, Sim. de, s. of last,
-, Sir Wal. de, s. of Adam of Goxhill,
-, fam.,

Verder, Joan,

Vergaunt, Wm. le,

Verli:
-, Agnes de, m. Sir Alex. of Hilton,
-, Amabel de, m. Nic. de Piselegh,
-, Hugh de (fl. later 12th cent.),
-, Hugh de (d. by 1227, ?the same),
-, Ric. de,
-, Rob. de, ?rector of Swine, n
-, fam.,

Vernon, Geof.,

Vescy:
-, Gillian, see Stedeman
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Vickerton, fam.,

Victoria, Queen,

village feasts, festivals, fairs, see
-, Beeford; Burton Pidsea; Roos;
-, Skipsea; Skirlaugh, South;
-, Sproatley

village plans:
-, ends,
-, greens,
-, linear,

Voase, Kenneth,

Waddleton, John,

Wade:
-, Abraham,
-, John,
-, Jos. Armytage,
-, Ric. Wm.,
-, fam.,

Wadworth, Ric.,

Waechter:
-, Armatrude, see Hobart
-, Sir Max,

Waechter de Grimston, Armatrude, see
-, Hobart

Wagene, Waghene, see Wawne

waif,

Waih, see Vek

Wainfleet, Sim. of,

Wake:
-, Hugh,
-, Joan, see Stutville
-, fam.,

Wakefield, Thos., rector of Goxhill,

Wakefield (Yorks. W.R.),

Walgate, Art., and his w. Hilda,

Walker:
-, Edw.,
-, Hen.,
-, Jas. (d. 1829),

whipping post, see pillory

Whitaker:
-, Chas.,
-, Dan.,
-, Revd. Rob.,
-, Thos., sr. and jr. (fl. 1813),
-, Thos. (?d. by 1813, one of the
-, above), s. of Dan.,
-, Thos. (fl. earlier 19th cent., ?the
-, other of the above), s. of
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Whitby (Yorks. N. R.),

Whitby abbey,
-, abbot,

White:
-, Chas.,
-, FitzWilliam,
-, Martin,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos.,
-, and see Whyte

Whitehead:
-, John,
-, Wm.,

Whitfield:
-, Geo.,
-, Wm.,

Whiting:
-, H. K.,
-, Smith,
-, Wm.,

Whitmore, Wm.,

Whittick:
-, Sim.,
-, Wal. (fl. early 14th cent.),
-, (or Whityng), Wal. de (fl. 1316, ?the
-, same),
-, Wal. (d. by 1332, ?the same),
-, Wm. (fl. 1280s),
-, Wm. (fl. mid 14th cent., another),
-, fam.,

Whitying, Wal. de see Whittick

Whyte:
-, Anne Cath., m. Thos. Thoroton,
-, later Hildyard,
-, Constance, ?dau. of Edw., m. -
-, Incontri,
-, Edw.,
-, Florence, ?wid. of Edw.,
-, Giva, m. - Fantoni,
-, Revd. J. R.,
-, Mary, ?dau. of Edw.,
-, (later Moyser), Rob.,
-, fam.,

Wickham:
-, Cycely, see Boynton
-, (later Wickham-Boynton), Thos.
-, Lamplugh,

Wickham-Boynton:
-, Cycely, see Boynton
-, Marcus,
-, Thos. Lamplugh, see Wickham
-, fam.,

Widnell (or Wignall), Wm.,

Wilberforce:
-, Chris.,
-, Eliz.,
-, J. W.,
-, Rob. (d. 1768),
-, W. B. (d. 1913),
-, W. J. A. (fl. 1994),
-, Wm. (fl. 1680s),
-, Wm. (fl. 1753),
-, Wm. (d. 1833), the philanthropist,
-, Wm., s. of last,
-, Wm., s. of W. B.,
-, fam.,
-, trustees,

Wiley:
-, Edwin,
-, Mabel,

Wilfholme (in Kilnwick on the
-, Wolds),

Wilkinson:
-, Ant.,
-, Chris.,
-, Geo.,
-, Hen.,
-, Jas.,
-, Jane,
-, John, curate of Beeford (fl. 18th
-, cent.),
-, John (fl. later 18th cent.),
-, John (fl. later 18th cent.,
-, John (fl. mid 19th cent., ?another),
-, Phil.,
-, Wm.,
-, - (d. by 1764),

William I, King,

William the butler,

William the chaplain,

Williams:
-, Ann, see Brown
-, E. A.,
-, John (fl. 1609),
-, John (fl. 1841),
-, R. E.,

Williamson:
-, Jane,
-, Jos.,
-, Wm.,

Willoughby, Wm., Ld. Willoughby,

willow (crop),

Wilson:
-, Cornwell,
-, John (fl. 1808),
-, John (fl. 1914),
-, Thos.,

Wilson-Todd:
-, W. H.,
-, Sir Wm. P.,

Wilsthorpe (in Bridlington),

Wilton, Bishop,

Winchcomb, Hervey of, rector of
-, Routh,

Winchester, bp. of, see Lucy

Winchilsea, earl of, see Finch

Windham:
-, Anne, m. Sir Wm. Smyth,
-, (formerly Smyth Windham), Ashe
-, (d. 1909),
-, Ashe (d. 1937),
-, Cora, w. of Ashe (d. 1937),
-, (later Windham Bowyer), John,
-, (later Windham Ashe), Jos. (d.
-, 1746),
-, Jos. (d. 1810),
-, Martha, see Ashe
-, Mary, see Windham Ashe
-, (Sir) Ralph,
-, (formerly Smyth), Wm.,
-, fam.,

Windham Ashe:
-, Jos., see Windham
-, Mary, m. John Windham,

Windham Bowyer, John, see Windham

Windsor (Berks.):
-, castle,
-, chantry,
-, college,

wine,

Winestead,
-, curate see Brook
-, rector, see Hildyard, Ric.

Winkton (in Barmston),
-, common field,
-, inclosure,
-, manor,
-, parish officer,
-, road,

Winstanley:
-, Frances, see Holt
-, Jas.,

Winter, Rob.,

Wintringham:
-, John,
-, Wm.,

Wippell, J. & Co. Ltd.,

Wise:
-, John (?Rob. d. 1842), n
-, Rob. (d. by 1818),
-, Rob. (d. 1842),

Withernsea,
-, County Secondary School,
-, Free Gardeners' lodge,
-, High School,
-, manor,
-, roads,

Withernwick:
-, Hugh of,
-, Wal. of,
-, Wm. of,
-, fam.,

Withernwick,
-, advowson,
-, bridge,
-, chapels, nonconformist,
-, charities,
-, church,
-, club,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, courts,
-, cross,
-, curate, assistant curate,
-, domestic architecture,
-, drainage,
-, fair,
-, Foresters' lodge, hall, plate
-, inclosure,
-, industry,
-, inns,
-, manor houses,
-, manors,
-, mill,
-, parish council,
-, parish officers,
-, playing fields,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, railway station,
-, rector,
-, rectory,
-, rectory house,
-, roads,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, schools,
-, tithes,
-, vicarage,
-, vicarage houses,
-, vicars, and see Thurscross;
-, Topham
-, village halls, institute,
-, water mill,
-, windmills,
-, woodland,
-, and see Lambwath

Withernwick township (in Withern-
-, wick and Mappleton),
-, and see under Withernwick

Withypoole:
-, Eliz., m. Leicester Devereux, vct.
-, Hereford,
-, Jane,

Wittalbury:
-, John,
-, Margery, see Ros

Witty, Rob.,

Wolff, Morgan, and see
-, Woolfe

Wolsey, Thos., Cardinal,

Women's Institute,

Wood:
-, Eliz., see Ewer
-, Sir Francis,
-, (Sir) Geo.,
-, Jas.,
-, John,
-, Ric.,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos. (fl. 1557),
-, Thos. (fl. 19th cent.),
-, Wm.,

wood carving and gilding,

Woodhall, see under Ellerby

woodland, and see brushwood;
-, coppicing; gorse; wood-reeve;
-, waste or woodland; willow; also
-, under places

wood-reeve, forester,

Woodroofe, G. T.,

Woods:
-, Eliza, wid. of J. R.,
-, J. R.,

Woodward, Thos.,

Woolfe:
-, Revd. Nic.,
-, Ric.,
-, Tim.,
-, and see Wolff

Worssam, Dorothy,

Worsley, Alice, see Francis

Worthington, Adela, and see Shutt
-, Worthington

Wotton, W. S.,

Wray:
-, Chas.,
-, Geo., rector of Leven,
-, Harriet,
-, Joan,
-, fam.,

Wreathall:
-, C. C.,
-, Geo.,
-, R. P. (fl. c. 1980),
-, Rob. (fl. 1973, ?another), and his w.
-, Suzanne,
-, T. F.,
-, fam.,

wreck,

Wright:
-, C. R., and his wid. Gwen,
-, E. N.,
-, Geo. (fl. 1534),
-, Geo. (fl. 1620),
-, Geo. (fl. 1670s, ?another),
-, Geo. (fl. 1727, ?another),
-, Geo., s. of last,
-, J. C. (fl. 1896),
-, John (d. 1540),
-, John (fl. 1628),
-, John (d. by 1792),
-, Jos. (fl. mid 19th cent.),
-, Jos. (fl. 1969),
-, R. S. (d. 1939), and his wid. Emily,
-, Ric. (d. 1349),
-, Rob. (d. 1594),
-, Rob. (fl. 1608),
-, Rob. (fl. early 17th cent., ?another),
-, Rob. (d. by 1881),
-, Ryby (fl. 1896),
-, Ryby (d. 1936, ?the same),
-, Sam.,
-, Wm. (fl. 1608), and his w. Anne,
-, Wm. (fl. 1766), n
-, (Sir) Wm. (d. 1884),
-, Wm. (d. 1886), and his wid. Jane,
-, fam.,

Wyatt, Jas.,

Wyke (later Kingston upon Hull),

Wyton:
-, Adam of,
-, Christine,
-, Hen. of,
-, Isabel,
-, John of (d. 1349),
-, John of (d. 1352),
-, W. of,
-, fam.,

Wyton (in Swine),
-, bridge,
-, chantry,
-, chapel, medieval,
-, chapel, nonconformist, plate
-, common fields,
-, common pastures,
-, curacy,
-, curate,
-, domestic architecture,
-, plates
-, drainage,
-, inclosure,
-, inn,
-, manor,
-, manor house, and see Wyton
-, Abbey
-, mill,
-, poor relief,
-, population,
-, protestant nonconformity,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, Roman Catholicism,
-, tithes,
-, toll house,
-, village hall,
-, Wyton Abbey, plate
-, Wyton Hall, plates
-, Wyton Lodge, plate
-, woodland,

Wyvill, Wm. de,

Y.M.C.A.,

Yarborough, Ld., see Pelham, Chas.

Yarburgh, Yarburgh, see Greame

York:
-, Edw.,
-, Penelope, see Sykes

York:
-, abp.,
-, and see Holgate; Markham,
-, Wm., Pont l'Evêque; Melton,
-, Wm.; Sharp; Thoresby
-, boats of,
-, estates of,
-, n
-, churches of,
-, and see Beverley, St. John's
-, college
-, patron of churches,
-, see, diocese,
-, alderman,
-, architects,
-, bell-making,
-, Cathedral church of St. Peter (York
-, Minster),
-, canons, see Trevor, Geo.;
-, Whately, W. J.
-, chancellor, and
-, see Stone
-, chapter,
-, court,
-, dean,
-, dean and chapter,
-, liberty,
-, prebend, prebendary of Holme,
-, prebendaries, see Davison; Mare;
-, Mooke; Ros, Nic.
-, prebendary of Osbaldwick, see
-, Briskin
-, subchanter,
-, treasurer, see Mare
-, duchy of,
-, moneyer,
-, residents,
-, St. Leonard's hospital,
-, St. Mary's abbey,
-, abbot,

York Diocesan Board of Finance,

York & North Midland Railway Co.,

Yorkists,

Yorkshire,
-, county court, exemption from,
-, and see Aldbrough

Yorkshire Development Group,

Yorkshire, East Riding,
-, archdeacon, ry,
-, and see Brearey
-, constabulary,
-, county council,
-, fire brigade,
-, highway authority,
-, homes,
-, libraries,
-, local education authority,
-, smallholdings,
-, Court of Sewers for the East Parts
-, of,
-, member of parliament,
-, unitary area, council,

Yorkshire Electricity Board,

Yorkshire Naturalists Union,

Yorkshire, North Riding, see Hackness;
-, Helmsley; Hutton, Sheriff;
-, Middlesbrough; Mount Grace
-, priory; Newburgh priory; Roxby;
-, Scarborough; Stillington;
-, Terrington; Whitby

Yorkshire Ouse and Hull River
-, Authority,

Yorkshire Water Authority,

Yorkshire, West Riding,
-, and see Adwick le
-, Street; Adwick upon Dearne;
-, Bilton; Bolton priory; Bradford;
-, Cawood; Doncaster; Ecclesfield;
-, Fountains abbey; Giggleswick
-, school; Huddersfield; Kirkstall
-, abbey; Leeds; Penistone;
-, Pontefract priory; Ripley school;
-, Selby abbey; Sheffield; Temple
-, Newsam House; Wakefield

Young:
-, Jas., rector of Catwick,
-, Mary, w. of Jas.,

youth centres, clubs,

Zaire,