The Editor desires to express his indebtedness for the great assistance
he has received, while passing this volume through the press, from
Rev. H. E. Ketchley, M.A., who has read the proofs of all the parishes
in Bulmer Wapentake and checked many doubtful points. He is in like
manner indebted to Mr. William Brown, B.A., F.S.A., for similar help
with regard to several parishes in Birdforth Wapentake.
The Editor further wishes to thank all those who have read proofs
and otherwise have assisted by supplying information and notes, particularly to the Lord de L'Isle and Dudley, the Hon. W. H. WentworthFitzwilliam, the Hon. John Savile, Sir Reginald H. Graham, Bart.,
Sir George O. Wombwell, Bart., Sir Ralph W. Payne-Gallwey,
Bart., Sir Hugh Bell, Bart., F.S.A., Sir Edward F. Coates, Bart., Mr.
Edward Almack, F.S.A., the Rev. W. H. Barnby, M.A., Mr. Henry
Barstow, Mr. Reginald Bell, V.D., J.P., the Rev. G. Bird, M.A., Mr.
J. Fairfax Blakeborough, Mr. H. W. F. Bolckow, J.P., Mr. W. E.
Bradley, the Rev. F. D. Brock, M.A., Mr. George Buchannan, the Rev.
George H. Cobham, M.A., the Rev. C. V. Collier, M.A., F.S.A., the
Rev. E. J. Collins, B.A., Mr. E. S. Cox, the Rev. M. C. Dickenson,
Mr. John T. Dodsworth, Mr. A. J. Dorman, J.P., the Rev. E. Dornford,
B.A., the Rev. Evelyn W. Drage, M.A., Mr. J. L. Dugdale, J.P., the
Rev. R. J. Ellis, M.A., the Rev. R. Fisher, M.A., the Rev. J. C.
Fowler, B.A., F.G.S., Mr. Marshall Fowler, J.P., the Rev. E. S. Fox,
M.A., the Rev. George Gill, the Rev. J. C. Hanson, LL.M., the Rev.
W. G. Harland, Mr. Cecil Hawkins, the Rev. A. J. Holloway, M.A.,
the Rev. Edmund Hope, M.A., Miss Howard, Mr. Baker Hudson, the
Rev. A. W. Icely, M.A., the Rev. C. W. James, M.A., the Rev. John
Jenkins, Mr. Sydney Jones (Town Clerk of Scarborough), Mr. Arthur H.
Kerr, Mr. James Melrose, Mr. Robert Metcalfe, J.P., the Rev. A. P.
Mitchell, M.A., the Rev. H. S. Moore, M.A., Mr. B. Newton, the
Rev. D. Nickerson, M.A., the Rev. M. A. Noble, the Rev. T. E.
Parkinson, Mr. J. W. Pennyman, D.L., J.P., the Rev. F. B. Proctor,
M.A., the Rev. Arthur Radford, LL.M., the Rev. C. Ramsden, M.A.,
the Rev. G. L. M. Rees, Mrs. Richardson, the Rev. J. Rigby, M.A.,
the Rev. R. Roberts, Mrs. Haxby Robinson, the Rev. J. S. Salman,
M.A., Mrs. Scoby, the Rev. G. E. Simpson, the Rev. E. T. Taylor, the
Rev. J. Thornton, B.A., the Rev. C. D. Trotter, M.A., Mr. E. R.
Turton, D.L., J.P., Major Robert B. Turton, M.A., F.S.A., J.P., the Rev.
A. G. Waldy, Captain C. L. A. Ward-Jackson, Mr. E. H. Warner, the
late Rev. L. O. Warner, the Rev. A. Wescott, M.A., Mrs. Wharton,
Major E. W. Gresham Williams-Hepworth, Mr. J. G. Wilson, the
Rev. T. Wilson, M.A., Mrs. Wimbush, the Rev. W. Winning, and
the Rev. P. E. Wrench.
For the use of plans and photographs, the Editor is indebted to
Sir Ralph W. Payne-Gallwey, Bart., the Society of Antiquaries, the Editor
and Proprietors of the Builder (for the use of a plan of Whitby Abbey Church
from which the plan in this volume has been adapted), the Editor and
Proprietors of Country Life (for photograph of Crathorne Hall), Mr.
Harry Edwards and the Rev. J. C. Fowler, B.A.
The manorial descents of Bulmer, Langbaurgh East and Pickering
Lythe Wapentakes and Scarborough Borough have been compiled under
the supervision of Miss H. L. E. Garbett; those of Langbaurgh West
Wapentake and Whitby Strand Liberty under the supervision of Miss
M. Curtis, Classical Tripos; and those of Birdforth Wapentake under
the supervision of Miss H. L. E. Garbett and Miss M. Curtis jointly.
Miss Garbett also gave considerable help in the supervision of
the manorial descents in the first volume of the North Riding.
The drawings for the line blocks have been made by Mr. Lawrence
Davies, Miss Jenny Wylie, Mr. John Quekett, M.A., and others.
Photographs have kindly been supplied by Mr. T. Watson of Danby
Church, Castle and Beacon; Egton Church and Old Mass House;
Fylingdales; Glaisdale; Hinderwell Church and Staithes; Kildale Hall
and Church; Kirkby Misperton Church; Lythe Church and Ugthorpe
Old Hall; Pickering Church, Goathland Church and Nelly Ayre
Force; Sneaton Church; Stokesley Church; Westerdale Church; and
Whitby Kiln Yard, Ugglebarnby Church and Newholm Mill.