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'Index: A-J', A History of the County of York East Riding: Volume 3: Ouse and Derwent wapentake, and part of Harthill wapentake (1976), pp. 198-208. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=23026 Date accessed: 17 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Among the abbreviations used in the index the following may need elucidation: adv., advowson; Alex., Alexander; Alf., Alfred; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; abp., archbishop; Art., Arthur; Benj., Benjamin; bp., bishop; b., born; bro., brother; Cath., Cathedral or Catherine; chant., chantry(-ies); chap., chapel; char., charities; Chas., Charles; Chris., Christopher; ch., church(es); coll., college; ct., court(s) (manorial & c.); Cuth., Cuthbert; dau., daughter(s); Dav., David; d., died; dom. arch., domestic architecture; Edm., Edmund; Edw., Edward; Eliz., Elizabeth; Eust., Eustace; fam., family; f., father; fl., flourished; Fred., Frederick; Geof., Geoffrey; Geo., George; Gilb., Gilbert; grds., grandson; Hen., Henry; Herb., Herbert; hosp., hospital; ho., house; Humph., Humphrey; husb., husband; inc., inclosure; ind., industry; Jas., James; Jos., Joseph; jr., junior; Leon., Leonard; Ld., Lord; man., manor (ial, -s); Marg., Margaret; mkt., market; Marm., Marmaduke; m., married; Mat., Matthew; Mic., Michael; Nat., Nathaniel; Nic., Nicholas; par., parish; Pet., Peter; Phil., Philip; pop., population; prot. nonconf., protestant noncomformity; rly. stn., railway station (s); Reg., Reginald; Ric., Richard; riv., river; Rob., Robert; Rog., Roger; Rom. Cath., Roman Catholicism; Sam., Samuel; sch., school(s); sr., senior; Sim., Simon; s., son(s); Steph., Stephen; Thos., Thomas; Tim., Timothy; Vct., Viscount; Wal., Walter; wid., widow; w., wife; Wilf., Wilfred; Wm., William.

Acaster Malbis (Yorks. W.R.),
-, vicar of, see Squire, Gabriel

Acaster Selby (Yorks. W.R.),
-, St. Andrew's coll.,

Acklam:
-, Eliz., m. Sir Wm. Milbanke,
-, Hen. of,
-, John (d. 1551),
-, John (d. 1611),
-, John (d. 1643),
-, Mary, see Moreby
-, Ric. (fl. 1490),
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1370),
-, Wm. (d. 1567),
-, Sir Wm. (fl. 1619),
-, fam.,

Adam, Ric. s. of, see Richard

Adam, Wm.,

Adams:
-, Chris.,
-, Frances, m. Jocelyn Price,
-, John,
-, fam.,

Adamson, Oliver,

affeerors,

Agar, John,

agricultural implement making,

agricultural societies, shows,

Aguilon, Wm.,

Aike (in Lockington),

Air Ministry,

Aire and Calder Navigation,

airfields,

Akam, Phil.,

Alan, count of Brittany (d. 1089),

Alan, count of Brittany (? he who d. 1093),

Alan, count of Brittany, earl of Richmond (d. 1146),

Alan son of Roald, constable of Richmond,

Alba, cardinal bp. of, see Ossat

Albemarle, duke of, see Monck, Chris. and Geo.

Aldborough:
-, Eliz., m. 1 Brian Stapleton, 2 Ric. Redeman,
-, Sibyl, m. Wm. of Ryther,
-, Wm. (d. c. 1388),
-, Wm. (d. by 1392),

Alden (fl. 1066),

aletasters,

Alford, Vct., see Home-Cust

Allanson (Allison) :
-, Chris.,
-, John,

Allen:
-, John,
-, Rob.,

Allerthorpe:
-, John of,
-, Thos. of,

Allerthorpe,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, common fields,
-, common pastures,
-, ct.,
-, curates of,
-, dom. arch.,
-, the Gables,
-, Hall,
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inn,
-, lock,
-, man.,
-, man.-ho.,
-, par. officers,
-, perpetual curacy, and see Thornton, vicarage
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, sch.,
-, tithes,
-, vicarage ho. (of Thornton),
-, windmills,
-, woodland,
-, and see Waplington

Allison, see Allanson

allotments and smallholdings,

Almond, T. E.,

alms-houses, see Elvington; Escrick; Heslington; Riccall; Skipwith

Altham, Sir Jas.,

Alulf (fl. 1086),

Alwine (fl. 1066),

Amcotes:
-, Alex.,
-, Ric. of,
-, fam.,

Amherst:
-, Eliz., see Cary
-, Sir Jeffery,

Ampleforth, prebend of, see York, Cath. ch. of St. Peter

ancient demesne,

Andrews G. T.,

Andrie, Wm.,

Anglo-Saxon Chronicle,

Anlaby, Susanna, m. 1 Chas. Bowes, 2 Chas. Fenwick,

Anlaby (in Kirk Ella),

Annas, Hen.,

Annesley:
-, Art., Vct. Valentia (d. 1686), n
-, Art., Vct. Valentia (d. 1816),
-, Francis (d. 1750),
-, Francis (fl. 1801),
-, Revd. Francis (fl. 1801),
-, Hugh,
-, fam.,

Appleby, Eliz.,

Appleton:
-, Rob. of (fl. 1294), rector of Sutton upon Derwent,
-, Rob. (fl. 1572),
-, Rob. (d. 1658),

Appleton, Nun, priory (Yorks. W.R.),

archer, Sim. the, see Simon

architects, see Andrews; Atkinson, J. B., W., and Wm.; Blore; Bownas; Carr, John; Chantrell; Christian; Etty; Fawcett, Jos.; Fowler; Hardwick, P. C.; Jones, G. F.; Matthew; Pearson, J. L.; Penrose; Pritchett; Salvin, Ant.; Sharpe; Street; Weightman & Hatfield; White, Wm.

Armstrong's Patents Co. Ltd.,

Arram (in Leconfield),

Arras (in Market Weighton),

Asa (fl. 1066),

Ash:
-, Eliz.,
-, Revd. Leon.,

Ashworth, Thos.,

Aske:
-, Conan,
-, John (fl. 1542),
-, John (fl. 1596),
-, Ric.,
-, Rob.,
-, fam.,

Askham Richard (Yorks. W.R.),

assarting, and see under places

assizes of bread and ale,

Atkinson:
-, J. B., n
-, Rob.,
-, W.,
-, Wm.,

Aton:
-, Anastasia, m. Edw. St. John,
-, Cath., m. Ralph Eure,
-, Eliz., m. 1 Wm. Place, 2 Sir John Conyers,
-, Gilb. de (d. by 1302),
-, Gilb. de (d. 1324),
-, Wm. de, s. of Gilb. of Barlby,
-, Wm. de (fl. 1284),
-, Wm. (d. 1389),
-, fam.,

Aubigny:
-, Cecily de, see Bigod
-, Gunnore de,
-, Isabel de, m. Rob. de Ros (d. c. 1285),
-, Ralph de,
-, Wm. de (fl. 12th cent.),
-, Wm. de (d. by 1242),
-, fam,

Auckland St. Andrew (co. Dur.), collegiate ch., dean of, see Mauley, Steph. de

Aughton,
-, and see Cottingwith, East; Laytham

Aumale:
-, earl of, see Forz
-, honor of,

Austin, Wm.,

Avice daughter of Jernegan son of Hugh, m. Rob. Marmion, n

Avranches:
-, Cath. d', m. Wm. Skipwith,
-, Ric. d' (fl. 1200),
-, Ric. d' (fl. 14th cent.),
-, fam.,

Ayscough, Hen., rector of Dunnington and Elvington,

Babthorpe:
-, Isabel, m. Sir John Hastings,
-, (formerly Hunsley), Ralph of (fl. c. 1190),
-, Ralph of (fl. 1284),
-, Sir Ralph (d. 1490),
-, Sir Ralph (d. 1618),
-, Rob. of,
-, Thos.,
-, his f. and bro.,
-, Wm. (d. 1501),
-, Wm. (d. 1555),
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1581),
-, Wm. (fl. 1619),
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1635),
-, fam.,

Babthorpe (in Hemingbrough),
-, chap., man.,
-, dom. arch.,
-, man.,
-, man.-ho.,
-, moated site,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, tithes,

Bachelor:
-, Eliz.,
-, Mary,

Bacon J. H.,

Badlesmere, Margery de, m. Wm., Ld. Ros,

Bailey, Eleanor,

Baillie, Jane,

Bain:
-, Edwin S., and his w.,
-, Frances, m. E. W. Sandys,

Baines:
-, H. J.,
-, H. M.,
-, H. V.,
-, Hen., and his w. Emily,
-, Hewley (d. 1760),
-, Hewley (d. 1800),
-, J. H.,
-, John,
-, Marg., see Hewley
-, W. M.,
-, fam.,

Bainton, and see Neswick

Bainton Beacon division (of Harthill wapentake),

Baker, Clement,

Baldric, Hugh s. of, see Hugh

Baldwin, fam.,

Ball, John,

Ballard, Thos.,

Banks:
-, John,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Bardolf:
-, John,
-, Ralph,
-, Rog.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Bardwell:
-, Fred.,
-, T. N. F.,

Barker:
-, Frances, see Mason
-, Francis,
-, John,
-, Thos. (fl. 1717),
-, Thos. (fl. 1853),

Barlby, Gilb. of,

Barlby (in Hemingbrough),
-, adv.,
-, assarting,
-, Barlby, New (Barlby Bank, Bank Ho., Selby Water Ho.),
-, brick-making,
-, bridges,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, curates of, and see Braim; Froggott; Lecke, Thos.; Potter, Rob. and Wm.; Teasdale; Williamson, Wm.
-, dom. arch.,
-, drainage,
-, ferries,
-, fishing,
-, the Grove,
-, Hall,
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inns,
-, man.,
-, man.-ho., and see Barlby, Hall
-, mills,
-, moated site,
-, perpetual curacy,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, sch.,
-, tithes,
-, vicar of,
-, vicarage,
-, vicarage ho.,
-, wharves,
-, woodland,

Barmby Moor (Barnby Moor; also in, on, or upon the Moor),
-, adv.,
-, chant.,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, common fields,
-, common pastures,
-, ct.,
-, dom. arch.,
-, fair,
-, Ho.,
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inns,
-, man.,
-, man.-ho. (Barmby Man.),
-, mkt.,
-, moated site,
-, par. officers,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rectory,
-, recusancy,
-, roads,
-, sch.,
-, tithes,
-, vicarage (Barmby Moor with Fangfoss),
-, vicarage ho.,
-, vicars of, and see Taylor, Rob.
-, windmill,
-, woodland,

Barmby on the Marsh (in Howden),

Barnby (Barmby Moor), prebend of, see York, Cath. ch. of St. Peter

Barnby Moor, see Barmby Moor

Barrett, Brian,

Barstow:
-, Sir Geo.,
-, Mic.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Barton:
-, Edw.,
-, Frances, see Redman
-, John of (fl. 1353),
-, John (d. 1506),
-, John (d. 1553),
-, Noel,
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1500),
-, Thos. (d. 1565),

Basinges, Geof. de,

Bassett, fam.,

Bateson:
-, G. W., later G. W. Bateson de Yarburgh, then G. W. de Yarburgh-Bateson, Baron Deramore,
-, Mary, see Yarburgh

Bath, earl of, see Granville, John and W. H.

Bath and Wells, bp. of, see Droxford; Stillington, Rob.

Batley, Edw.,

Baxter, Wm.,

beacons,

Beal:
-, Dav.,
-, Geo.,

Beamond (Beamont), see Beaumont

Beauchamp, Goisfrid de,

Beaufort, Joan de, m. 2 Ralph de Neville, earl of Westmorland (d. 1425),

Beaumont (Beamond, Beamont):
-, Chris.,
-, Eliz. de, m. 1 Wm. Deincourt, 2 Sir Ric. Hastings,
-, Priscilla,
-, Waleran de, earl of Warwick,
-, fam.,

Beckwith:
-, Leon. (fl. 16th cent.),
-, Leon. (fl. 1654),
-, Newark,
-, Rog.,
-, fam.,

Bedford, duke of, see Lancaster

Bedwell, Chas.,

Bedwind, Wal. de, rector of Catton, prebend of Howden, dean of Tamworth, and treasurer of York,

Bek, Ant., bp. of Durham,

Belasyse, Thos., Vct. Fauconberg,

Belkerthorpe, Wm. de,

Bell:
-, Anne (fl. 1617), m. Wm. Haddlesey,
-, Anne (fl. 1715), see Denton
-, J. T.,
-, Jane (fl. 1617), m. - Greenbury,
-, Jane (fl. 16th cent.), see North
-, John (fl. 18th cent.),
-, John (d. 1938),
-, Mary, see Denton
-, Ric. (d. 1617),
-, Ric. (d. 1639),
-, Rob.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

bell-founders, see Blews; Dalton, Geo.; Lester & Pack; Mears, C. & G. and Thos.; Mears & Stainbank; Seller; Smith, Sam., jr. and sr.; Wald; Warner

Belsham, Anna,

Belthorpe, fam.,

Belthorpe (in Bishop Wilton),

Belton, Hen.,

Belvoir, Cecily de, see Bigod

Bempton,

Benedictine order,

Benson:
-, Harriet, m. Geo. Fox (later Fox-Lane),
-, Rob., Ld. Bingley,
-, T. S.,

Bentley, W. J.,

Bentley (in Rowley),

Berkshire, see Windsor

Bernulf (fl. 1066),

Berwyse, Ric.,

Beswick (in Kilwick),

Beverhoudt, Harriet Von,

Beverley:
-, John,
-, Thos.,

Beverley,

Bewe:
-, John,
-, Josias,
-, Mary, m. Wm. Bracebridge,

Bewlay, Rob.,

bicycle manufactures,

Bielby (in Hayton),

Bigod:
-, Adelize, see Todeni
-, Cecily (de Belvoir), m. Wm. de Aubigny,
-, Rog.,
-, fam.,

Bilbrough (Yorks. W.R.),

Bingley, Ld., see Benson, Rob.; Fox

Birmingham,

Bishop:
-, Thos. (fl. 16th cent.),
-, Thos. (fl. 17th cent.),
-, fam.,

Black Death,

Blackbeard, Jas., rector of Sutton upon Derwent,

Blackburn, Nic.,

Blackway, Thos.,

Blackwood,

Blackwood Hall Farms Ltd.,

Blake:
-, Chas., rector of Wheldrake,
-, fam.,

Blakey:
-, A. H.,
-, T. O.,

Bland, Hen.,

Blanshard:
-, Jas.,
-, John,
-, Jos.,
-, Susanna, m. Jos. Stringer,
-, Wm.,

bleaching,

Blews, Wm., & Sons (bell-founders),

Blois:
-, Sir Chas.,
-, Clara, see Price

Blore, Edw.,

Blunt, Maurice,

Blythe, Ric.,

Boland, Humph.,

Bolle:
-, Sir Chas.,
-, John,

Bolton:
-, Cecily of, see Darel
-, Hugh of,

Bolton (in Bishop Wilton),

Bolton Percy (Yorks. W.R.),

Bootham (Yorks. N.R.), see York, St. Mary's hosp.

Bossall, see Buttercrambe

boundary stones and pits,

Bousfield, E. C.,

Bowdler:
-, Edw.,
-, fam.,

Bowes:
-, Chas., sr. (d. 1648),
-, Chas., jr. (fl. 1665),
-, Frances, w. of Martin, m. 2 Mat. Hutton,
-, Ric.,
-, Susanna, see Anlaby
-, fam.,

Bowles, John,

Bownas, John,

Bowthorpe (in Hemingbrough),
-, bridge,
-, Hall,
-, man.,
-, man.-ho., see Bowthorpe, Hall
-, pop.,
-, rectory,
-, tithes,
-, wharf,
-, and see Menthorpe

Boyce, John,

Boynton:
-, Boynton,
-, Eliz., m. Ric. Langley,
-, Judith, m. John Twisleton,

Bracebridge:
-, Mary, see Bewe
-, Wm.,

Bracken (in Kilnwick),

Brackenholme (in Hemingbrough),
-, bridges, and see Loftsome
-, common fields,
-, common pastures,
-, ferry,
-, man.,
-, man.-ho.,
-, pop.,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, tithes,
-, wharf,
-, woodland,

Bradford, Thos.,

Bradley:
-, John,
-, Pet.,
-, fam.,

Bradshaw:
-, Dorothy, see Ellerker
-, Ellerker,
-, Sir Jas.,

Braim, Thos., curate of Barlby,

Braithwaite, Grace, see Robinson

Bramley:
-, Ric.,
-, fam.,

Brantingham, and see Ellerker

Brayton (Yorks. W.R.),

Brearley:
-, Hen.,
-, Thos.,

Breighton (in Bubwith),

Breton, Eudes s. of the, see Eudes

Brettanby, Geof. de,

Breuse:
-, Ric. de,
-, Wm. de,

brewing and brewers,

brick-making and brick-makers, see Barlby; Catton, High and Low; Cliffe; Cottingwith, West; Deighton; Duffield, North; Elvington; Escrick; Fangfoss; Fulford, Gate; Hemingbrough; Kelfield; Kexby; Melbourne; Moreby; Naburn; Newton upon Derwent; Riccall; Stamford Bridge East; Stillingfleet; Storwood; Thorganby; Thornton; Waplington; Wheldrake; Wilberfoss; Woodhouse

bridge:
-, Sim. at the, see Simon
-, Thos. at the, see Thomas

bridges, see Barlby; Bowthorpe; Brackenholme; Catton, High and Low; Duffield, North; Dunnington; Elvington; Escrick; Heslington; Kelfield; Kexby; Loftsome; Melbourne; Moreby; Naburn; Riccall; Stamford Bridge East; Stillingfleet; Sutton upon Derwent; Thorganby; Thornton; Wheldrake; Wilberfoss; Woodhall; Woodhouse

Bridgman (Bridgeman):
-, Eliz., see Simpson
-, Frances, m. Wm., Ld. Howard,
-, Sir Hen.,
-, (later Simpson), John,

Bridgwater, earls of, see Egerton, John and John W.

Bridlington, and see Sewerby

Briggs:
-, Jonathan, sr. (d. 1840),
-, Jonathan, jr. (fl. 1840),
-, Riley,

Brind (in Wressle),

British Association for the Advancement of Science,

British Oil & Cake Mills Ltd.,

British Sugar Corporation Ltd.,

Brittany, John of, earl of Richmond,

Brittany, counts of, see Alan; Stephen

Bromborough Estate Co.,

Bromley:
-, Chas.,
-, Rob.,

Broomfleet:
-, Sir Hen.,
-, Marg., w. of Thos., see St. John
-, Marg., m. John, Ld. Clifford,
-, Thos.,

Broomfleet (in South Cave),

Brough (Petuaria) (in Elloughton),

Brown (Browne):
-, Geo.,
-, Ric.,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Brownlow, Baron, see Cust

Bubwith, Wal. of,

Bubwith, and see Breighton; Foggathorpe; Gribthorpe; Gunby; Harlthorpe; Spaldington;Willitoft

Buckle:
-, Jos.,
-, fam.,

Buckrose wapentake,

Bugthorpe,

Builers, Hilary de, see Trussebut

Bulmer, Bertram of,

Bulmer wapentake (Yorks. N.R.),

Burdett:
-, Eliz., m. 1 Geo. Ridley, 2 T. F. Pritchard,
-, John,
-, Ric.,
-, T. F., see Pritchard

Burdon (Burton):
-, Brian,
-, Francis,
-, Marg., m. Thos. Ughtred,
-, Ric.,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,
-, and see Burton

Burland, Hannah,

Burn-Murdoch:
-, J. F.,
-, Revd. J. M.,
-, Marian, see Carr

Burnby,

Burnell, Geo.,

Burnell:
-, Ric.,
-, John,

Bursea (in Holme upon Spalding Moor),

Burton:
-, A. C.,
-, A. F.,
-, Eliz. (d. 1811), see Keighley
-, Eliz. (fl. 1878),
-, J. D.,
-, John,
-, Mary, see Henson, Mary, jr.
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,
-, and see Burdon

Burton, Bishop,

Burton, Cherry, and see Gardham; Newton; Raventhorpe

Burton Fields, see Hundburton

Burun, Erneis de,

Bury-Barry, Judith,

Busfield, Wm.,

Bush:
-, Reg.,
-, fam.,

Bulter, Jas.,

Buttercrambe (in Bossall) (Yorks.N.R.),
-,

Butterfield, Thos.,

Butterwick (in Foxholes),

Byard, Hen., rector of Wheldrake,

Byland abbey (Yorks. N.R.),

bylawmen,

Cade:
-, Marg.,
-, Wm.,

calfherd, Warin the, see Warin

Calverley-Rudston, T. W.,

Cambridge University:
-, chancellor of, see Rickinghall
-, St. John's Coll.,

canals, and see Pocklington

Carbury, earl of, see Vaughan, Ric.

Carleton, Jas.,

Carlisle, earls of, and see Howard, Chas. (d. 1738) and Fred.

Carmelite order,

Carnaby,

Carr:
-, Geo.,
-, J. F.,
-, John,
-, Marian, m. Revd. J. M. Burn-Murdoch,
-, Mary (d. 1871), see Robinson
-, Mary (dau. of Mary, d. 1871), m. T. G. Parker,

carrots,

Carteret, Grace, see Granville

Carus Wilson, Frances, m. Jocelyn Willye,

Cary:
-, Cath., m. Sir John Russell,
-, Eliz., m. Sir Jeffery Amherst,
-, Col. (later Gen.) Geo.,
-, Isabella, see Ingram

Casson, Sem,

Cathwaite, -,

Cathwaite (in Sutton upon Derwent),

Catton:
-, Alan of,
-, Edw.,

Catton, and see Catton, High and Low; Hundburton; Kexby; Scoreby; Stamford Bridge East; Stamford Bridge West

Catton, High and Low,
-, adv.,
-, assarting,
-, brick-making,
-, bridges, and see Kexby
-, char.,
-, ch., n,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, ct.,
-, fishing,
-, ford,
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inns,
-, man.,
-, man.-ho.,
-, moated site,
-, park,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rectors of, and see Bedwind; Gardiner
-, rectory,
-, rectory ho.,
-, recusancy,
-, roads,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, sch.,
-, tithes,
-, water-mills,
-, wharf,
-, woodland,

Caulem, -,

Cave, Rob., and his w. Cath.,

Cave hundred,

Cave, North, and see Cliffe, South; Drewton; Everthorpe; Kettlethorpe

Cave, South, and see Broomfleet; Faxfleet; Weedley

Cawood, fam.,

Caythorpe (Cawthorpe) (in Rudston),

Cayton (Yorks. N.R.), see Osgodby

Cecil:
-, Eliz., see Manners
-, Sir Ric.,
-, Wm., Ld. Ros,

Chaice, Jas.,

Chamberlain:
-, Hen. (fl. 1251),
-, John (fl. 1196),
-, John (fl. 1250),
-, Rob. (? two of this name, fl. 13th cent.),
-, Steph. the,
-, fam.,

Champney:
-, Geo.,
-, Marg., see Freeman
-, Thos.,

Chancery,

Chantrell, R. D.,

chantries, and see Barmby Moor; Duffield, North; Hemingborough; Kelfield; Kexby; Naburn; Riccall; Skipwith; Stamford Bridge East; Stillingfleet; Thornton; Wheldrake; York, Cath. ch. of St. Peter and St. John's ch., Ouse Bridge

chapels, manorial, see Babthorpe; Cliffe; Hagthorpe; Kelfield; Moreby; Naburn; Osgodby; Riccall; Storwood; Sutton upon Derwent

Chaplin:
-, John,
-, Rob. (fl. 1752),
-, Rob. (fl. 1921),
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Chapman:
-, Sir Pet.,
-, Thos.,

Charles I, King,

Charlton, L. S.,

Chatterton, Thos.,

Chauncy:
-, Thos. de,
-, Wal. de,
-, fam.,

Cheldale' (in Great Driffield),

Cheshire, see Darnhall

Chester:
-, earl of, see Hugh
-, honor of,

'Chetelstorp' (in Escrick),

'Chetelstorp' (? in Storwood),

chevage,

Cheyne, Wm.,

Chichester (Suss.), bp. of, see Rickinghall

chicory-growing and -drying,

Choke, Ric., justice of Common Pleas,

Cholmley (Cholmeley):
-, Amelia,
-, Cath., m. Geo. Overend,

Christian, Ewan,

Christie, Jas.,

Church Commissioners,

Cille (fl. 1066),

Clare, Bogo of, rector of Heming brough, treasurer and prebendary of York, dean of Stafford,

Clarel, Wm.,

Clarence, duke of, see Plantagenet, Geo.

Clarges:
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1759),
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1783),
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1834),
-, fam.,

Clark (Clarke):
-, A. J., rector of Elvington,
-, C. E.,
-, Revd. J. E., n,
-, Rob.,
-, Susannah, see Redman
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Clarkson, Barnard,

Cleaving (in Londesborough),

clerk, Durand the, see Durand

Cliff (Cliffe):
-, Hen. of,
-, Wal.,

Cliffe, Long Cliffe, Cliffe with Lund (in Hemingbrough),
-, assarting,
-, brick-making,
-, chap., man.,
-, char.,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, ct.,
-, fishing,
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inns,
-, man.,
-, man.-ho., see Cliffe, Turnham Hall
-, mills,
-, mission room,
-, moated site,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rly. stn.,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, sch.,
-, tithes,
-, Turnham Hall,
-, wharves,
-, woodland,

Cliffe, North (in Sancton),

Cliffe, South (in North Cave),

Clifford:
-, Hen., earl of Cumberland,
-, John de, Ld. Clifford (d. 1461),
-, John (fl. 1866),
-, Marg., see Broomfleet
-, fam.,

Clifton (Yorks. N.R.),

Clingand, Thos.,

Coates:
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Cobb:
-, Eliz.,
-, John,

Cock, Mary,

Cockburn, Rob.,

Cockermouth, Baron, see Seymour, Algernon; Wyndham, Sir Chas.

Cockshutt (later Twisleton), Thos.,

Coker, Ebenezer,

Coldingham:
-, Margery of, m. Wal. de Paxton,
-, Ric. of,
-, Thos. of,

Coleby (Lincs.), vicar of, see Sarraude

Coleville, Wm.,

Colewenne (Curwenne), Joan de, see Lascelles

Colgrim (fl. 1066),

Collum, Hugh de,

Colston:
-, Joshua,
-, fam.,

common fields, and see under places

common meadows, see under places

common ovens,

common pastures, and see under places

Common Pleas, justice of, see Choke

Conan, Hen. s. of, see Henry son of Conan (fl. 1200-10; d. c. 1285; fl. 1311; fl. 1346)

Conan son of Henry (fl. earlier 13th cent.),

Conan son of Henry (fl. later 13th cent.),

Consett:
-, Chris.,
-, Wm.,

Constable:
-, Anne, see Hussey
-, Avice le, see Lascelles
-, Dakins,
-, Dorothy, see Ughtred
-, Francis,
-, Joan,
-, John,
-, Sir Rob.,
-, Wm. (fl. 1614),
-, fam.,

Conyers:
-, Eliz., see Aton
-, Sir John,

Cook (Cooke):
-, John, and his w. Marg.,
-, Marm., prebendary of Riccall,
-, Pet., rector of Sutton upon Derwent,
-, Ric.,

Cookson, Wm.,

Cooper (Couper):
-, Thos. (fl. 15th cent.),
-, Thos. (fl. 18th cent.), vicar of Riccall,
-, Wm.,

coopering,

Coore, fam.,

Copley:
-, Sir Godfrey,
-, fam.,

Copsi, Rob. s. of, see Robert

Corney, Rob.,

Cornwall, earldom of,

Cornwall, see St. Buryan

Cotes, Wal. de,

cottage-reeve,

Cottingham, and see Newton; 'Pileford'

Cottingwith, East (in Aughton), n,

Cottingwith, West (in Thorganby),
-, assarting,
-, brick-making,
-, char.,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, dom. arch.,
-, ferry,
-, fishing,
-, inc.,
-, inns,
-, man.,
-, man.-ho., and see Cottingwith, West, Old Hall and Thicket Priory
-, Old Hall,
-, par. officers,
-, park,
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rly. stn.,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, sch.,
-, Thicket Priory (man.-ho.),
-, Thicket priory (religious ho.),
-, tithes,
-, windmill,
-, woodland,

Cotton, Geo.,

Council in the North,

Counsell, Hugh,

Couper, see Cooper

Cowling:
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

'Crachetorp' (? Tranby, in Hessle),

Crakehall, Pet. of,

Cranswick (in Hutton Cranswick),

Crathorne:
-, Jas.,
-, Ralph (d. by 1490),
-, Ralph (d. by 1517),
-, Ralph (fl. late 16th cent.),
-, Thos. (d. 1509),
-, Thos. (d. 1568),
-, fam.,

Crawford H. D.,

Crepping:
-, Denise, m. Rob. Stodowe,
-, John de,
-, Remigius, and his w. Cath.,
-, Rob. de (d. c. 1280),
-, Rob. (fl. 1310),
-, Rob. (? another, fl. 14th cent.),
-, fam.,

Cripling, Rob.,

Crockey Hill, see Deighton

Crompton, Sam.,

Cromwell:
-, Marg., see Deincourt
-, Ralph, Ld.,

crops (less common), see carrots; chicory; flax; hemp; mustard; onions; parsnips; potatoes; rape; sainfoin; turnips

Crosdill, John,

crosses,

Crossum ('Gressone') (in Thorganby),

Crowle:
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Crowther, Isaac,

Cumberland, earl of, see Clifford, Hen.

Currance, John,

Cust, Peregrine, Baron Brownlow,

customs and services, see chevage; leyrwite; merchet; multure; pannage; relief; serjeanty, tenures by; works, tenants'

Dacre:
-, Eliz., Lady Dacre, see Greystoke
-, Thos., Ld. Dacre,
-, Wm., Ld. Dacre and Ld. Greystoke,

Dalby:
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Dalton:
-, Geo.,
-, John,
-, Thos., see Norcliffe

Dalton, North,

Dalton, South,

Dammory:
-, Nic.,
-, Rog.,
-, fam.,

Danby, Rob.,

Daniel, John s. of, see John

Daniel, John,

Danser:
-, Eliz., w. of John,
-, John,

Darcy:
-, Art.,
-, Sir Geo.,
-, Hen.,
-, fam.,

Darel:
-, Beatrice, m. Geof. of Fitling,
-, Cecily, m. Hugh of Bolton,
-, Duncan,
-, Geof. (d. by 1185),
-, Geof. (grds. of last), see Fitling
-, Thos.,
-, Wm. (fl. before 1246),
-, Wm., and his w. (fl. 1360s),
-, fam.,

Darley:
-, C. A.,
-, H. B.,
-, Hen.,
-, Wm.,

Darnhall abbey (Ches.),

Daubeney, Wm.,

Davison, Geo.,

Davy:
-, Ric. (fl. 1685),
-, Ric. (fl. 1477), vicar of Riccall,

Dawes, Sarah, see Roundell

Dawnay:
-, John (fl. 1402),
-, Sir John (fl. 1572),
-, John (fl. 17th cent.),
-, Mary, m. John Legard,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Dawson:
-, G. P.,
-, Geo. (d. 1812),
-, Geo. (d. 1832),

Dawtry, see Dealtry

de Vesci, Vct., see Vesey, J. E. and Y. R.

de Yarburgh, G. W. Bateson, see Bateson

de Yarburgh-Bateson:
-, G. W., see Bateson
-, Lucy, see Fife
-, Ric., Ld. Deramore,
-, Rob', Ld. Deramore,

Dealtry (Dawtry):
-, Ant.,
-, Geo.,
-, Hammond,
-, Hen.,
-, John (fl. 1315),
-, John (fl. 1675),
-, Marg.,
-, Mary,
-, Ralph,
-, Rob.,
-, Wm. (fl. 1284),
-, Wm. (fl. 1577),
-, Wm. (fl. before 1766),
-, fam.,

Deighton (in Escrick),
-, assarting,
-, brick-making,
-, chap.,
-, char.,
-, common fields,
-, common pastures,
-, ct.,
-, Crockey Hill,
-, dom. arch.,
-, Hall, see man.-ho.
-, inc.,
-, inn,
-, man.,
-, man.-ho.,
-, mills,
-, mission room,
-, moated site,
-, park,
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, roads,
-, sch.,
-, tithes,
-, woodland,

Deincourt:
-, Alice, m. Wm., Ld. Lovell,
-, Eliz., see Beaumont
-, Joan, see Grey
-, John,
-, Marg., m. Ralph, Ld. Cromwell,
-, Wm.,

Deira,

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

Denmark,

Dent & Co., tar distillers,

Denton:
-, Anne, m. Rob. Bell,
-, Eliz., see Robinson
-, John,
-, Mary, m. John Bell,
-, Wm.,

depopulated villages, and see Babthorpe; Bowthorpe; Brackenholme; 'Chetelstorp' (in Escrick and ? in Storwood); Crossum; Hagthorpe; Hundburton; 'Janulfestorp'; Menthorpe; Moreby; Scoreby; Thornton, Millhouses; Thorp; Waplington; Waterhouses; Woodhall

Deramore, barons, and see Bateson; de Yarburgh-Bateson,Ric. and Rob.

Derwent, riv.,
-, as boundary,
-, bridges over, see Brackenholme; Duffield, North; Elvington; Kexby; Stamford Bridge East; Thorganby; Wheldrake; Woodhall
-, changes in course,
-, ferries across, see Brackenholme; Duffield, North; Hemingbrough; Kexby; Menthorpe; Sutton upon Derwent
-, fords in, see Catton; Stamford Bridge East
-, trade, and see under places, s.v. wharves
-, and see under places, s.v. fishing; mills

Derwent Plastics Ltd.,

Derwent rural district,

Despenser:
-, Hugh,
-, fam.,

Dewsbury, Wm.,

Dickering wapentake,

Dickinson:
-, J. I. C.,
-, Thos.,

Dinnis, Wilf.,

Dinsdale, G. E.,

Ditchfield grantees, the,

Dobby:
-, John,
-, Thos.,

Dodson, Miles,

Dodsworth:
-, Revd. Fred.,
-, John,
-, Ralph,

Dolman (Doweman):
-, Marm.,
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1628),
-, Rob. (fl. 18th cent.),
-, Thos. (d. 1589),
-, Thos. (d. 1639),
-, fam.,

domestic architecture, and see timber-framed buildings, and under places

Dorset, see Wimborne

Douglas, Marg., m. Mat. Stewart, earl of Lennox,

dovecots,

Doweman, see Dolman

Downing, Edm.,

drainage, and see under places

Drapour, Nic.,

Drax (Yorks. W.R.),
-, priory,
-, and see Rusholme

Dresser, Jos.,

Drewton (in North Cave),

Driffield, Great,
-, prebend, see York, Cath. ch. of St. Peter
-, and see 'Cheldale'; Driffield, Little; Elmswell; Kelleythorpe

Driffield, Little (in Great Driffield),

Driffield hundred,

Droxford, John of, rector of Hemingbrough, bp. of Bath and Wells, chancellor of the Exchequer,

Drypool, see Southcoates

Ducy:
-, Rob.,
-, Sir Wm.,

Dudley, John, duke of Northumberland,

Duffield, North (in Skipwith),
-, assarting,
-, Blackwood Hall,
-, brick-making,
-, bridges,
-, chant.,
-, chap.,
-, char.,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, dom. arch.,
-, drainage,
-, fair,
-, ferry,
-, fishing,
-, Hall,
-, inc.,
-, inns,
-, man.,
-, man.-ho., and see Duffield North, Hall
-, man.-ho. site,
-, mkt.,
-, mills,
-, motte,
-, park,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rly. stn.,
-, rectory,
-, recusancy,
-, roads,
-, sch.,
-, tithes,
-, wharf,
-, woodland,

Duffield, South (in Hemingbrough),
-, assarting,
-, char.,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, Hall,
-, Holmes Ho.,
-, inc.,
-, inn,
-, man.,
-, Man. Ho.,
-, moated sites,
-, par. officers,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rly. stn.,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, sch.,
-, tithes,
-, wharf,
-, windmill,
-, woodland,

Duggleby,

Duncombe:
-, Art.,
-, B. A. C.,
-, C. W.,
-, Chas., Baron Feversham,
-, Charlotte, m. J. A. Sykes,
-, Delia, see Field
-, G. A.,
-, W. E., earl of Feversham,
-, fam.,

Dunn:
-, Jonathan,
-, Mary,

Dunnington:
-, John (d. 1810),
-, (later Dunnington-Jefferson), John (d. 1840),
-, Jos. (d. 1835),
-, (later Dunnington-Jefferson), Revd. Jos., curate of Thorganby (d. 1880),
-, Thos. (fl. 1733),
-, Thos. (fl. 1841),
-, fam.,

Dunnington,
-, adv.,
-, assarting,
-, bridge,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, ct.,
-, dom. arch.,
-, drainage,
-, fairs,
-, Ho.,
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inns,
-, lunatic asylum,
-, man.,
-, man.-ho.,
-, mills,
-, par. officers,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prebend of, see York, Cath. ch. of St. Peter
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rly. stn.,
-, rectors of, and see Ayscough; Lindley, Chris.
-, rectory,
-, rectory ho.,
-, roads,
-, sch.,
-, tithes,
-, woodland,
-, and see Grimston; 'Janulfestorp'

Dunnington-Jefferson:
-, John (d. 1840), see Dunnington
-, Sir John (b. 1884),
-, Jos. J. (d. 1928),
-, Revd. Jos. (d. 1880), see Dunnington
-, fam.,

Dunsforth (Yorks. W.R.),

Durand the clerk,

Dure, Eliz.,

Durham:
-, bp. of,
-, and see Bek
-, prior of, and see Wessington
-, priory,

Durleigh (Som.),

dying (cloth),

Eadon:
-, John,
-, Thos. (fl. 1741),
-, Thos. (fl. 19th cent.), and his w. Sarah,

Earle:
-, Jos.,
-, Wm.,

earthworks, see moated sites; mottes; prehistoric remains; village earthworks; windmill mounds

Eastburn (in Kirkburn),

Easthorpe (in Londesborough),

Eastwood, J. B.,

Ecclesiastical Commissioners,

Eddiva (fl. 1066),

Edward IV, King (formerly Edw.
-, Plantagenet, earl of March),

Edwin (fl. 1066),

Egerton:
-, Francis,
-, Hen.,
-, John, earl of Bridgwater (d. 1649),
-, John W., earl of Bridgwater (d. 1823),
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Eglesfield:
-, John,
-, Marg., m. - Wallis,
-, Mary, m. And. Milner,
-, fam.,

Egremont:
-, Baron, see Wyndham, J. E. R.
-, earls of, and see Seymour, Algernon; Wyndham, Sir Chas. and Geo. (d. 1837)

Elam, Emanuel,

Elcock, Thos., vicar of Riccall,

Ella, Kirk, and see Anlaby; Ella, West; Willerby

Ella, West (in Kirk Ella),

Ellard, Wm.,

Ellerker:
-, Dorothy, m. Sir Jas. Bradshaw,
-, (formerly Mainwaring), Eaton,
-, Edw.,
-, Jas.,
-, John,
-, R. M.,
-, Ralph (fl. 1579),
-, Sir Ralph (d. c. 1640),
-, Randolph,
-, fam., n

Ellerker (in Brantingham),

Ellerton,
-, priory,

Ellin:
-, Geo.,
-, Mary, see Willbor

Ellis, Hen. s. of, see Henry

Elloughton, and see Brough; Wauldby

Elmhirst, Mrs. E. L. L.,

Elmswell (in Great Driffield),

Elvington,
-, adv.,
-, alms-ho.,
-, assarting,
-, brick-making,
-, bridges,
-, Brinkworth Hall,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, ct.,
-, dom. arch.,
-, fishing,
-, the Grange,
-, Hall,
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inn,
-, lock,
-, man.,
-, man.-ho., and see Elvington, Hall
-, park,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rly. stn.,
-, rectors of, and see
-, Ayscough; Clarke, A. J.; Sarraude
-, rectory,
-, rectory ho.,
-, recusancy,
-, roads,
-, sch.,
-, tithes,
-, wharf,
-, woodland,

Elwick:
-, Frances, m. John Eyre,
-, Francis,

Ely, dean of,

engineering firms,

Erneis, Thos. s. of, see Thomas

Ernuin (fl. 1086),

Ernuin the priest,

Escrick,
-, adv.,
-, alms-ho.,
-, assarting,
-, brick-making,
-, bridge,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, dom. arch.,
-, drainage,
-, Hall,
-, inc.,
-, inn,
-, man.,
-, man.-ho., and see Escrick, Hall
-, mills,
-, moraine,
-, par. officers,
-, park,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, Queen Margaret's Sch. for Girls,
-, rly. stn.,
-, rectors of, and see Squire,
-, Thos.
-, rectory,
-, rectory ho.,
-, roads,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, rural district,
-, sch.,
-, tithes,
-, the Villa,
-, woodland,
-, and see 'Chetelstorp'; Deighton

Escrick and District Co-operative Soc.,

Estofte, Chris.,

Esveillechien, Wm.,

Etherington, Ambrose,

Etton, and see 'Steintorp'; 'Torp'

Etty, Wm.,

Eudes the marshal, son of the Breton,

Eure:
-, Cath., see Aton
-, Ralph (d. 1422),
-, Ralph, Ld. Eure (d. 1617),

Everingham,

Everthorpe (in North Cave),

Evesham, Hugh of, rector of Hemingbrough and prebendary of York,

Ewbank, Geo.,

Exchequer, chancellor of the, see Droxford

Eye (Suff.),

Eynns:
-, Ric., and his w.,
-, Sir Thos. (fl. mid 16th cent.),
-, Thos. (d. 1578),

Eyre:
-, Frances, see Elwick
-, John,
-, Jos.,

Eyville:
-, Emery d',
-, John d',
-, fam.,

Fairburn, Melville,

Fairfax:
-, Chas., Vct.,
-, Cuth.,
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1640),
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1671),
-, Wm.,

fairs, see Barmby Moor; Duffield, North; Dunnington; Hemingbrough; Kexby; Osgodby; Riccall; Stamford Bridge West

Falkingham:
-, R.H.,
-, fam.,

Fangfoss,
-, brick-making,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, ct.,
-, curate of, and see Taylor, Rob.
-, Hall,
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inn,
-, man.,
-, man.-ho., see Fangfoss, Hall
-, mill,
-, par. officers,
-, park,
-, perpetual curacy, and see Barmby Moor, vicarage
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rly. stn.,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, sch.,
-, tithes,
-, 'vicarage ho.',
-, woodland,

Fargrim (fl. 1066),

Farkson, Geo.,

Farnham, John,

Fauconberg, Vct., see Belasyse

Favour, John, rector of Sutton upon Derwent,

Fawcett:
-, John,
-, Jos.,
-, Rose,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Fawkes:
-, Marm.,
-, fam.,

Faxfleet (in South Cave),

Fearnsides:
-, Jos.,
-, Susannah,

Fenner, Jos.,

Fenton, John,

Fenwick:
-, Chas.,
-, Rob.,
-, Susanna, see Anlaby

Fermor, Ric.,

Ferriby, North, and see Swanland

ferries, see Barlby; Brackenholme; Cottingwith, West; Duffield, North; Hemingbrough; Kelfield; Kexby; Menthorpe; Naburn; Newhay; Stillingfleet; Sutton upon Derwent; Wheldrake

fishing, see Barlby; Catton, High and ow; Cliffe; Cottingwith, West; uffield, North; Elvington; Fulford, Gate; Hemingbrough; Kelfield; Kexby; Menthorpe; Moreby; Naburn; Newhay; Riccall; Stillingfleet; Storwood; Sutton upon Derwent; Thorganby; Wheldrake

Feversham:
-, Baron, see Duncombe, Chas.
-, earl of, see Duncombe, W. E.

Fido, Ant., curate of Hemingbrough,

Field:
-, Delia, m. Art. Duncombe,
-, J. W.,
-, Joshua,
-, fam.,

Fife, Lucy, m. Rob. de Yarburgh-Bateson,

Fisher, fam.,

Fishergate:
-, John son of Hen. of,
-, fam.,

Fiskgate, Rob. of,

Fitling:
-, Beatrice of, see Darel
-, Geof. of,
-, (later Darel), Geof. of, s. of last,

FitzAlan, Eleanor, m. Hen. de Percy (d. 1314),
-,

FitzHenry:
-, Hen.,
-, John (fl. 1440),
-, John (d. by 1496),
-, -, ? m. John Stillington,

FitzRanulph:
-, Ralph (? fl. 13th cent.),
-, (or Lascelles), Ralph (fl. 14th cent.),
-, Tiffany, see Lascelles

Fitzroy, Hen.,

FitzWilliam:
-, Alice, m. Jas. Foljambe,
-, Marg., m. Geof. Foljambe,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,
-, Sir Wm.,

FitzWilliam, earls, see Wentworth

Flasby (Yorks. W.R.), n

flax-growing, -dressing, and -spinning,

Fletcher, Rob.,

Fletcher's Sauce Co. Ltd.,

Fligg, fam., n

Flint Co. Ltd., landowners,

flint-grinding,

Flohil, P. B.,

flooding,

Florence (Italy),

Foggathorpe (in Bubwith), n

Foliot:
-, Jordan (d. by 1311), and his w. Marg.,
-, Jordan (? another, fl. 14th cent.),

Foljambe:
-, Alice, see FitzWilliam
-, Francis,
-, Geof.,
-, Jas.,
-, Marg., see FitzWilliam
-, Sir Thos.,

Forbes Adam:
-, C. G.,
-, Irene, see Lawley
-, fam.,

Forestry Commission,

Forne (fl. 1066),

Forz:
-, Wm. de, earl of Aumale,
-, fam.,

Fossard:
-, Joan, m. Rob. of Turnham,
-, Niel,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Foster:
-, John,
-, Rob.,

Fothergill, Marm., vicar of Skipwith,

Fountains abbey (Yorks. W.R.),

Fowler, C. H.,

Fox:
-, (later Fox-Lane), Geo., Ld. Bingley (d. 1773),
-, (later Fox-Lane), Harriet, see Benson

Fox-Lane:
-, Geo., see Fox
-, Harriet, see Benson
-, Jas., see Lane-Fox

France, and see Marmoutier

franchises, see assizes of bread and ale; common ovens; free warren; gallows; infangthief; pillory; tumbril

free warren,

Freeman:
-, Anne, m. Wm. Wilberfoss,
-, Marg., m. Thos. Champney,
-, Martin,
-, Rob.,
-, fam.,

Freer:
-, Rob.,
-, Thos.,

Friends, Society of (Quakers),

Froggott, Thos., vicar of Riccall and curate of Barlby,

Fulchri (fl. 1066),

Fulford, and see Fulford, Gate and Water

Fulford, Gate (Over Fulford),
-, adv.,
-, assarting,
-, battle,
-, brick-making,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, common pastures,
-, ct.,
-, curates of, and see Sutton
-, Delwood Croft,
-, dom. arch.,
-, fishing,
-, ford,
-, Fulford, New,
-, Green Dykes,
-, Hall,
-, Ho.,
-, inc.,
-, inns,
-, man.,
-, mission room,
-, New Walk, from York,
-, Old Ho.,
-, par. officers,
-, Park,
-, perpetual curacy,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, 'prison ho.',
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, recusancy,
-, Retreat lunatic asylum,
-, roads,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, Royal Masonic Benevolent Institution,
-, sch.,
-, Sir J. J. Hunt Memorial Cottage Homes,
-, Siward's Howe, n
-, tithes,
-, vicarage,
-, vicarage ho.,
-, Well Ho. and Lady Well Ho.,
-, wharves,
-, White Ho.,
-, windmills,
-, woodland,
-, York barracks,
-, York cemeteries,
-, York-Fulford tramway,
-, York sch.,
-, York sewerage works,

Fulford, New, see Fulford, Gate

Fulford, Water (Nether Fulford),
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, dom. arch.,
-, golf course,
-, Hall, see Fulford, man.-ho.
-, inc.,
-, man.,
-, man.-ho.,
-, pop.,
-, roads,
-, tithes,
-, York City Asylum (Naburn Hosp.),
-, York hosp.,

Fulford golf club, see Fulford, Water; Heslington

Fulfords Ambo (i.e. Gate and Water Fulford),

fulling mills,

Gale (Gayle):
-, Francis (fl. 1564),
-, Francis (fl. 1606),
-, Geo. (? two of this name),
-, Hen.,
-, Rob.,
-, fam.,

gallows,

Gamel (Gam) (fl. 1066), s. of Osbert,

Gamel (Game) (fl. 1066), king's thegn,

Gardham (in Cherry Burton),

Gardiner, Hen., rector of Catton, and his sisters,

Gargrave, Thos.,

Garrard, fam.,

Garwood, Dorothy,

Gascoigne:
-, Nic.,
-, Wm. (d. 1422),
-, Wm. (fl. 1449),

Gates, Sir Hen.,

Gayle, see Gale

Gedney (Lincs.),

Gee, Sir Orlando,

Geere, Thos.,

Gell, Ric.,

Geoffrey (fl. 1086),

Geoffrey son of Pain,

Gibson:
-, J. H.,
-, John (fl. 1582),
-, Sir John (fl. 1632),
-, Wm.,

Gilbert, Jordan s. of, see Jordan

Gilbert, Thos., vicar of Stillingfleet,

Gill:
-, Mark,
-, Ursula,

Gillah, H. Q.,

Givendale, Great, and see Grimthorpe

Givendale, Little (in Millington),

glass-painters, see Gyles; Morris, Wm.

Gleichen, Count,

Gloucester, duke of, see Richard III

glover,

Godson, Jas.,

Goodman:
-, John, sr. (fl. 1615),
-, John, jr. (fl. 1615),
-, John (fl. 1668),
-, John (? another, fl. 1689, 1708),

Goodmanham,

Goodrick:
-, Sir Hen.,
-, Mary, see Jenkins

Gower:
-, Francis,
-, Wm.,

Gower, Earl, see Leveson-Gower

Gowthorpe (in Bishop Wilton),

Graham:
-, Jas.,
-, John,
-, Maria,
-, Sophia, see Tweedy

Grainger, Harland,

Granville:
-, Cath., m. Craven Peyton,
-, Grace, m. Sir Geo. Carteret,
-, Jane, m. Sir Wm. Leveson-Gower,
-, Sir John, earl of Bath,
-, W. H., earl of Bath,

Grassington (in Linton, Yorks. W.R.),

Gray, see Grey

Greame:
-, Alicia, m. G. J. Lloyd,
-, (later Yarburgh), Yarburgh,

Greathead, Rob.,

greave,

Greaves, Victor,

Green:
-, Dorothy,
-, Ric.,

Greenbury, Jane, see Bell

Greenwick (in Bishop Wilton),

Grendon:
-, Iseult, see Metham
-, John,

Grente, Pet. s. of, see Peter

'Gressone', see Crossum

Grey (Gray):
-, Avice de, see Marmion
-, Joan, m. John Deincourt,
-, John de, Ld. Grey, n
-, Rob., Ld. Grey (d. 1388),
-, Rob. de (fl. 1240s),
-, Rob. de (d. by 1295),
-, Wal. de, abp. of York,
-, fam.,

Greystoke:
-, Eliz., m. Thos., Ld. Dacre of Gilsland,
-, Ralph, Ld.,
-, fam.,

Greystoke, barons, see Grimthorpe

Gribthorpe (in Bubwith),

Griffin, Caroline, m. P. B. Lawley,

Grim (fl. 1066),

Grimsby, Wm. of,

Grimsthorpe (later Woodhall) (in Hemingbrough), and see Woodhall

Grimston (in Dunnington),
-, chap.,
-, common fields,
-, common pastures,
-, Court,
-, dom. arch.,
-, Hall,
-, Hill,
-, inc.,
-, inns,
-, man.,
-, man.-ho., see Grimston, Court,Hall, and Hill
-, mission room,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, roads,
-, Smithy,
-, tithes,
-, woodland,

Grimthorpe:
-, Rob. s. of Ulf of,
-, fam. (later barons Greystoke),

Grimthorpe (in Great Givendale),

Grosvenor, Eliz., m. B. R. Lawley,

Gruggen, Revd. Fred.,

guilds (religious), see Thorganby; Wilberfoss; York, St. Christopher

Guisborough priory (Yorks. N.R.),

Gulliver, Nat.,

Gunby, fam.,

Gunby (in Bubwith),

Gurney, Ric.,

Gyles, Hen.,

Haddlesey:
-, Anne, see Bell
-, Jane,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Haffenden, fam.,

Hagthorpe:
-, Isabel, see Osgodby
-, Joan, m. 1 Rob. Proctor, 2 Thos. Newark,
-, Rob. of,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Hagthorpe (in Hemingbrough),
-, chap., man.,
-, Hall,
-, man.,
-, man.-ho., see Hagthorpe, Hall
-, moated site,
-, roads,

Hague (Haig):
-, Barnard,
-, D. P.,
-, J. R.,
-, Sam.,

Hall:
-, Geo.,
-, Ralph,
-, Mr.,

Halnaby (Yorks. N.R.), n

Halsham,

Haltemprice priory,

Hambald, John, and his w. Joan,

Hameldon, Jordan de, see Osgodby

Hamerton, John of,

Hanson, J. C., vicar of Thornton,

Harcourt:
-, E. V. V., abp. of York,
-, W. V., rector of Wheldrake,

Hardcastle, Wm.,

Hardrada, see Harold

Hardwick:
-, P. C.,
-, Thos., and his w. Cath.,
-, fam.,

Hare:
-, N. E.,
-, fam.,

Harling, Edw.,

Harlthorpe (in Bubwith),

Harold, King,

Harold, Earl (fl. 1066),

Harold Hardrada,

Harrington, Thos.,

Harrison:
-, C. H. C.,
-, Cuth.,
-, Lennox, w. of Cuth.,
-, Lennox, m. Geo. Smith,
-, Ralph,
-, W. M.,

Harswell,

Hart, John,

Harthill wapentake, and see Holme, Hunsley, and Wilton Beacon divisions

Hartley, Thos.,

Harvy, Geo.,

Hassell, Thos.,

Hastings:
-, Edw.,
-, Eliz., see Beaumont
-, Isabel, see Babthorpe
-, Sir John,
-, Sir Ric.,

Hastings (Suss.),

Hatfield, see Weightman

Hatfield (Yorks. W.R.),

Hatton, Chris.,

Hawold (in Huggate),

Haxby, Geo.,

Hay, fam.,

Hayton, and see Bielby

Headlam:
-, Chas.,
-, Jane,
-, Marg.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Heard, Thos.,

Heathcote:
-, Bache,
-, C. T.,

Hebden, John,

Helium, Hen. of,

Helmsley, Gate (Yorks. N.R.), n,

Hemingbrough,
-, adv.,
-, assarting,
-, brick-making,
-, chant.,
-, chap.,
-, char.,
-, ch., frontispiece,
-, coll.,
-, common fields,
-, common meadows,
-, ct.,
-, curates of, and see Fido
-, dom. arch.,
-, fair,
-, ferries,
-, fishing,
-, Hall,
-, inc.,
-, inns,
-, man.,
-, mkt.,
-, par. officers,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, provost's ho. site,
-, rly. stn.,
-, rectors of, and see Clare; Droxford; Evesham; Mauley, Steph. de; Middleton, Ric. of; Ossat; Rickinghall; Robert de marisco; Walworth
-, rectory,
-, rectory ho.,
-, recusancy,
-, roads,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, sch.,
-, tithes,
-, vicarage,
-, vicarage ho.,
-, vicars of, and see Ion; Mallinson; Potter, Wm.; Revell; Teasdale
-, wharf,
-, windmill,
-, woodland,
-, and see Babthorpe; Barlby; Bowthorpe; Brackenholme; Cliffe; Duffield, South; Hagthorpe; Menthorpe; Newhay; Osgodby; Woodhall

hemp,

Henry I, King,

Henry III, King,

Henry VIII, King,

Henry, Conan s. of, see Conan

Henry son of Conan (or Hen. of Kelfield, fl. 1200-10),

Henry son of Conon (or Hen. of Kelfield, d. c. 1285),

Henry son of Conan (fl. 1311),

Henry son of Conan (fl. 1346),

Henry son of Ellis,

Henry son of Thomas,

Henry son of Walter,

Henry son of William,

Henson:
-, Mary, sr. (fl. 1717),
-, Mary, jr. (fl. 1743), m. John Burton,

Herbert:
-, E.A.F.W.,
-, Eliz., w. of Ric., m. 2 Geo. Toulson,
-, Gilb.,
-, John (fl. 1563),
-, John (fl. 1628),
-, John (fl. 1707),
-, Phil.,
-, Ric.,
-, Rob.,
-, Roland (Rowland) (? two of this name, fl. 16th cent.),
-, Rowland (? two of this name, fl. 17th cent.),
-, fam.,

Hermer (fl. c. 1100), and his fam.,

hermits and hermitages,

Herring, John,

Hescheheld, Sim. de,

Hesketh:
-, Anne, m. Jas. Yarburgh,
-, Julia, w. of Sir Thos.,
-, Mary, m. Fairfax Norcliffe,
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1605),
-, Thos. (? another, fl. 17th cent.),
-, fam.,

Heslerton:
-, Euphemia of, see Neville
-, Eustacia of, see Percy
-, Norman of,
-, Wal. of (d. 1349),
-, Wal. of (d. 1367),
-, fam.,

Heslington:
-, Nic. (fl. 1615),
-, Nic. (fl. 1710),

Heslington,
-, adv.,
-, alms-ho.,
-, assarting,
-, bridge,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, common fields,
-, common pastures,
-, ct.,
-, curates of,
-, dom. arch.,
-, golf course,
-, Hall,
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inns,
-, Little Hall,
-, man.,
-, man.-ho., see Heslington, Hall and Man. Ho.
-, Man. Ho.,
-, mills,
-, Moor Hall,
-, par. officers,
-, park,
-, perpetual curacy,
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, sch.,
-, tithes,
-, vicarage,
-, vicarage ho.,
-, woodland,
-, York University,

Hessle,
-, hundred, and see 'Totfled'

Hetherton, John,

Heversham (Westmld.),

Hewley:
-, Sir John,
-, Marg., m. John Baines,
-, Sarah, w. of Sir John,

Higham, Wm.,

Hildyard, Wm.,

Hobson, Ric.,

Hodgson:
-, E. L.,
-, John,

Holand, Thos., earl of Kent,

Holderness,

Holdsworth, Josiah, rector of Sutton upon Derwent,

Holman:
-, Ernest,
-, G. & Sons, landowners,
-, Palmer,

Holme, Rob.,

Holme Beacon division (of Harthill wapentake),

Holme on the Wolds,

Holme upon Spalding Moor,
-, poor-law union, workho.,
-, and see Bursea; Wholsea

Holtby (Yorks. N.R.),

Home-Cust, John, Vct. Alford,

Hook, John of,

Hooton Roberts (Yorks. W.R.),

Hopper A. G.,

Hornby, fam.,

Hornshaw's, agricultural implementmakers,

horse-mills,

Horsfield:
-, Mann,
-, Sarah,

Horsley:
-, Chris.,
-, John (fl. 1719),
-, John (fl. 1766),
-, John (? another),
-, Thos.,

Hotham:
-, Ethel,
-, Hen. Durand, Baron Hotham,
-, Hen. Fred., Baron Hotham,
-, Sir John of,
-, Wm.,

Hotham,

Hoton, Rob.,

Houghton (in Sancton),

house-reeve,

Howard:
-, Cath., see Knyvett
-, Chas., Ld. Howard (d. 1715),
-, Chas., earl of Carlisle (d. 1738),
-, Sir Edw., later Baron Howard,
-, Fred., earl of Carlisle,
-, Theophilus,
-, Thos., earl of Suffolk,
-, Wm., Ld. Howard,
-, fam.,

Howdell, fam.,

Howden,
-, ch.,
-, coll.,
-, prebends, and see Bedwind
-, ct.,
-, hundred,
-, man.,
-, poor-law union,
-, rural district,
-, and see Barmby on the Marsh; Knedlington

Howdenshire liberty, see Howden hundred

Howdenshire wapentake,

Howsham,

Hubie:
-, Mary,
-, Rob.,
-, fam.,

Hudson:
-, Geo. (fl. 1662),
-, Geo. (? fl. 18th cent.),
-, Jane, see Toulson
-, Rob.,

Huggate, and see Hawold

Hugh (fl. c. 1140), n

Hugh, Jernegan s. of, see Jernegan

Hugh, earl of Chester,

Hugh son of Baldric,

Hugh son of Nicholas, see Selby

Hull, Kingston upon,

Hull, riv.,

Hull & Selby Rly.,

Hull valley,

Humber, riv.,

Humberside (county), see North Wolds district

Hundburton (Burton Fields) (in Catton),
-, Burtonfield Hall,
-, common fields,
-, common pastures,
-, inc.,
-, man.,
-, man.-ho., see Hundburton, Burtonfield Hall
-, park,
-, pop.,
-, tithes,

hundreds and wapentakes, and see Buckrose; Bulmer; Cave; Dickering; Driffield; Harthill; Hessle; Howden; Howdenshire; Ouse and Derwent; Pocklington; Sneculfcros; Turbar; Warter; Weighton, Market; Welton

Hunfrid (fl. 1086),

Hunmanby,

Hunsley, Ralph of, see Babthorpe

Hunsley (in Rowley),

Hunsley Beacon division (of Harthill wapentake),

Hunt:
-, Sir J. J.,
-, Memorial Cottage Homes, see Fulford, Gate
-, Reg.,

Huntington (Yorks. N.R.),

Hussey:
-, Anne (fl. 1496), see Salvin
-, Anne (fl. c. 1600), m. Sir Rob. Constable,
-, John (fl. 1486),
-, John (fl. 1570),
-, Thos.,
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1530),
-, Wm. (d. 1570),
-, fam.,

Hustler, Geo., vicar of Stillingfleet,

Hutton:
-, Frances, see Scrope
-, Mat., dean of York,
-, Susan,
-, Sir Tim.,

Hutton (in Hutton Cranswick),

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

Hutton Cranswick, see Cranswick; Hutton; Rotsea; Sunderlandwick

Hutton Rudby (Yorks. N.R.),

Huxtable, John,

Idle:
-, Anne, m. - Suger,
-, Frances,
-, John,

inclosure, and see under places

Independents,

industry, and see agricultural implement making; bicycle manufacturers; bleaching; brewing; brick-making; coopering; dying; engineering; flax-spinning; flint-grinding; fulling; glover; mills; oil-milling; rope-making; sand and gravel extraction; sauce-making; saw-mills; steam mills; sugar-refining; tanning; tar-distilling; trade; weaving; see also
-, under places, s.v. ind.

infangthief,

Ingham, Joshua,

Ingilby (Ingleby):
-, Eleanor, see Mowbray
-, John (d. 1456),
-, John (d. 1502),
-, Wm. (d. 1438),
-, Wm. (d. 1501),
-, Sir Wm. (fl. 1565),
-, Wm. (fl. 1614),

Ingram:
-, Sir Art. (d. 1642),
-, Sir Art. (d. 1655),
-, Art. (d. 1742),
-, Isabella, m. Geo. Cary,
-, fam.,

inspectors of carcasses,

Ion:
-, Jane, m. C. G. Tate,
-, John, vicar of Hemingbrough and Halsham,

Jack, Rob.,

Jackson, J. M.,

Jacques:
-, A. H.,
-, Mary, m. Sim. Sterne,
-, Sir Rog. (fl. 1646),
-, Rog. (fl. later 17th cent.),
-, T. P.,
-, Wm.,

'Janulfestorp' (in Dunnington),

Jefferson:
-, Emanuel,
-, Ric.,
-, Rob.,
-, fam.,

Jenkins:
-, Sir Hen.,
-, Mary, m. Sir Hen. Goodrick,
-, Tobias (? two of this name),
-, Wm., and his bro.,
-, fam.,

Jernegan son of Hugh, n

Jervis:
-, C. R. J., Vct. St. Vincent,
-, R. C., Vct. St. Vincent,
-, R. G. J., Vct. St. Vincent,

Jewitt, Ric.,

Jobson, Francis,

John son of Daniel,

John, Thos. s. of, see Thomas

Johnson:
-, G. H.,
-, Hen.,
-, J. W.,
-, John (fl. 1584),
-, John (fl. 1744),
-, Judith, see Myers
-, Mat.,
-, Dr. (? Hen.),
-, fam.,

Johnson-Marshall, see Matthew

Jones:
-, G. F.,
-, Hen.,

Jordan son of Gilbert,

Joseph Rowntree Social Services Trust Ltd.,

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