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Note. An entry in italics denotes an illustration; a dagger (†) preceding such an entry indicates a plate facing that page. Among the abbreviations used in the index the following may need elucidation: Abp., Archbishop; Alex., Alexander; Alf., Alfred; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; b., born; Benj., Benjamin; Bp., Bishop; Cath., Catherine; Ch., Church; Chap., Chapel; Chris., Christopher; Coll., College; d., died; Dan., Daniel; Dav., David; E.R., East Riding; Edm., Edmund; Edw., Edward; fam., family; fl., flourished; Fred., Frederick; Geof., Geoffrey; Geo., George; Gilb., Gilbert; Gt., Great; Hen., Henry; Herb., Herbert; Hosp., Hospital; Humph., Humphrey; Jas., James; Jos., Joseph; Kath., Katherine; Lawr., Lawrence; Leon., Leonard; Lit., Little; m., married; man., manor; Marg., Margaret; Marm., Marmaduke; Mat., Matthew; Mic., Michael; N.R., North Riding; Nic., Nicholas; par., parish; Pat., Patrick; Pet., Peter; Phil., Philip; Ric., Richard; Riv., River; Rly., Railway; Rob., Robert; Rog., Roger; s., son; Sch., School; Steph., Stephen; Thos., Thomas; Vct., Viscount; vill., village; w., wife; W.R., West Riding; Wal., Walter; Wm., William.

Places in Yorkshire without the abbreviation E.R., N.R., or W.R. are within the City of Hull.

A.

Abbot, Geo., Abp. of Canterbury, 101; Maurice, 101–2

Abbotgarth, 77

Abercrombie, Sir Pat., 229, 280

Abraham, Hen., 420, 440 n, 452; Wm. H., 267

Acklam, Geo., 160–1

Ackton (W.R.), 85

Acland, Jas., 199–200, 206, 217, 389, 405, 429

Adam, Jas., 448; Rob., 406, 445–6, 448

Adams,—, equestrian, 420

Adams and Kelly, 294, 299

Addington, Hen., Vct. Sidmouth, 315

Adelaide St., 276

Adelphi (Royal Adelphi) theatre, 419– 20

Admiral, Lord, 401. See also Holland, Edm., Hen., John; Percy, Algernon

Admiral of the North, see Beaufort; FitzAlan

Admiralty, and Trinity House, 399, 401–2, 405; jurisdiction in Hull, 24, 29, 36, 38, 41, 52–54, 126, 436–7, 441; ships built for and requisitioned by, 188, 257, 272

Adryanson, Brand, 81, 334; Hosp. of, 334

Adwalton Moor (W.R.), 104

Agnes's Terr., 455

agriculture, around Hull, 11–12, 17, 39, 58, 78–79, 151, 414. See also Drypool; Marfleet; Sculcoates; Sutton

Ainsworth, Wm., 110–11

Air Ministry, 397

air transport, 397

Aire, Riv., 174

Aire and Calder Navigation, 174, 179, 189, 219

Airy, Hubert, 266

Ake, Mic., 466

Albemarle, Duke of, see Monck

Albert, Prince Consort, 423

Albert Dock, 229–31, †250, 254, 284

Albert Ward, 8

Albion Chap., 314, 317, 352, 354, 453. See also nonconformity

Albion Hall, 427

Albion St., 213, 423–4, 452

Alcock, John, Bp. of Rochester, Worcester, and Ely, 93, 288, 291, 348, 365; Rob., 35, 60, 84

Aldbrough (E.R.), 20, 298. See also Etherdwick

Aldburgh Staith, 75

Alderman Cogan High Sch., 361. See also schools

Alderson, Sir Jas., 355–6, 383; John, 212, 349, 351, 383, 385

Aldfreregate, 73

Aldgate, 73, 75–76

Aldkirk Lane, 73

Aldred (Alrede, Alured), Hen., 303, 462; John (fl. 1579, 1584, 1590), 101, 303, 469; John (fl. 1633), 303; John (fl. 1668), 469; Thos. (fl. 1538, 1552–9), 122, 461–2, 466, 468, 472; Thos. (fl. after 1649), 303; Wm., 466; fam., 469

Aldwark Manor (N.R.), 361

Aldwick, John, 35, 83, 295, 334, 442; Hosp. of, 334

Alemannia, Conrad de, 52

Alexander, Abbot of Meaux, 306

Alexandra Dock, 228, 250–1, 256, 258, 284, 378, 396, 465

Alexandra Mill, 256

Alexandra Theatre, 419, 421

Alexandra Ward, 8

Alexandre Theatre, see Mechanics' Music Hall

Alexandria (Egypt), 249

Alford, Lancelot, 300, 473; Wm., 461; fam., 306, 473

Alfred Gelder St., 263, 448, 458

Alhambra Palace (later the Hippodrome), 419

All Saints' Ch., 303, 304

All Saints' Church of England Sch., see Park Rd.

Allanson, Ric., 428

Almond, Pet., 466

almshouses, hospitals, maisons dieu, 76, 81–84, 94, 148, 163–4, 167, 196, 212, 333–5, 336–7, 339–40, 340–6, 458

Alrede, see Aldred

Alured, see Aldred

Amalgamated Soc. of Engineers, 259

America, North, 147, 175–6, 178, 182, 210, 219, 222, 246, 248, 283, 396; Civil War, 237n; War of Independence, 178–9, 204

America, South, 221

Amiens (Somme), 68

Amphlett, Hen., 428

Amsterdam (Holland), 68, 108, 134, 137–8, 143–4, 177, 184, 221, 379

Ancaster Stone, 434, 457

Ancholme, Riv. (Lincs.), 55 n

Anchor House, 331

Anderson, Lancelot, 118; Nic., 110– 11; Mr., 312

Andrews, Geo. T., 393; H., 292; Wm., 424

Angell, Justinian, 401–2

Anglo-American hydraulic press, 257–8

Anlaby, Ric. de, 75

Anlaby, in Kirk Ella (E.R.), later separate par., 2 n, 4, 8, 20, 103, 311, 372–3, 378, 391–2; roads to from Hull, 55, 390–2; water supply from, 78, 83, 233, 237, 276, 371–2

Anlaby Rd., 238, 282–3, 380, 392, 396, 453; Jewish old people's home, 332

Anlaby Rd. (Methodist) Chap., 340. See also nonconformity

Anlaby Rd. (Presbyterian) Chap., 317. See also nonconformity

Anlaby Rd. (Wycliffe) Chap., 317. See also nonconformity

Ansell, Alf., 226, 255

Anson, Ric., 24–25, 31, 35, 39

Anti-Corn Law League, 200 n, 206, 242–4

Anti-Mill, 256, 456

Antwerp (Belgium), 63, 65, 132–4, 221, 272

Apollo Saloon, 420

Apostleship of the Sea, 331

Apostolic Church, 318, 319

Appleby (Lincs.), 85

Appleton, Hen., 147, 401

Appleyard, Frank, 449; John, 449

Aquitaine (France), 22, 63

Arbon, Wm., 314

Archangel (Russia), 270

Archbishop William Temple Sch., 361. See also schools

Argentine, 248

Armada (Spanish), 401

Arnott, John, 279

Art, Sch. of, later Coll. of Art and Crafts (Regional Coll. of Art), 268–9, 356–8, 360–2

art galleries, 425, 440

Arthur, King, 442

Artillery Ground (Yard), 100, 208, 388, 417

Artois (France), 65

Arundel, Thos., Lord Chancellor, 53

Arundel, Earl of, see FitzAlan

Ascension, Ch. of the, 294, 311

Ashford (Derb.), 407

Ashton,—(fl. 1796), 188

Ashton-under-Lyne (Lancs.), 432

Asia, trade with, 132

Aske, Rob., 91–92

Askew, Francis, 359, 364

Askew Ave., 276

Asquith, Herb. H., 260, 278

Assemblies of God, see Pentecostal Churches

Assembly Rooms, see Public Rooms

Assembly Rooms New Picture House, 422

assize of bread and ale, 29, 31–32, 38, 153, 408

Assizes, see courts, local

Associated Hull Cinemas, 423

Astley, Ric., 111, 312

Aston, Dav. Watson, 299

Astoria cinema, 422

Athill, Ric., 290

Atkins, F. & Co. (Hull), 338

Atkinson, Ant., 131; Hen., 32; Pet., 188

Atlantic Ocean, 210, 249, 271

Aton, Gilb. de, 387, 391; Sir Wm. de, 16–17

Aton Fee, 2, 17, 39, 73, 76, 79

Aton Lane, 72–73

Atwick (E.R.), 307

Aumale, Earls of, 14, 20; Hawise, Countess of, 306; Steph., Earl of, 300, 305; Wm., Earl of, 305

Aumale (Seine-Maritime), 300, 305– 6

Auncell, Rob., 35, 66

Austin Ward, 4, 35, 158, 160–1

Australia, 246, 249, 271, 273 n

Auxiliary Fire Service, 380

Avenues, 6, 458, †470

Ayre, Jos., 234, 385

B.

Back Ropery, 313

Bacon, John, 292

Baffin, Wm., 147

Bailey, Wm., 384

Bailey and Leetham, 247

Baines, Edw., 243–4; Mat. Talbot, 243

Baines, G. & Son, 319

Bainton (E.R.), 20

Baker, Ric., 451–2

Bakewell, Rob., 445

Ball, Thos. D., 354

Balliol, Edw., 22

Baltic Sea, 1, 61–63, 65–68, 70, 133–9, 141–3, 145, 147–8, 154, 178, 182, 184, 187, 210, 216, 220, 222, 224, 227, 246, 248–9, 259, 270, 273, 399, 401

Bank of England, 448

Bank St., 244 n

banking and insurance, 184–5, 245, 251, 395, 459

Banks, Rob., 112, 349

Bannister, Ant., 395

Baptists, 213, 312–18, 319–20

Barbour, Thos., 75

Bardi, of Florence, 65

Barker, Ric., 288; Thos., 306

Barkworth, John, 216

Barkworth & Hawkes, 188

Barmby, Mary, 337–8

Barnard, Edw., 113; Hen., 102, 104, 122; John, 104, 117, 123; Leon., 118; Marion, 288; Sam., 313; fam., 123, 161

Barnardiston, Mary, 307

Barnes, Ric., 312

Barnsley (W.R.), 174

Baron, Wm., 80

Barrington, Sir Thos., 371–2

Barrow upon Humber (Lincs.), 387–9

Bartolozzi, Francesco, 448

Barton, Basil K., 279; John de, 39, 45, 81; Rob. de, 20; fam., 31

Barton Lane, 72

Barton on Humber (Lincs.), 2, 13, 20, 22, 46, 68, 171, 387–9, 392, 395

Bate, Wm., 55

Bateman, John, 194

Bath Place, 381

baths, public, 218–19, 232, 381–2

Baumbrough, Clare, 347

Bawtry (W.R.), 68, 135, 174–5

Bayles, Brian, 347

Baynes, Mr., 298

Bayonne (Basses-Pyrénées), 63–64

Bazas (Gironde), 63

Bean St., 282

Bear Is. (Arctic Ocean), 136

Beatson, John, 313

Beauclerk, Aubrey, Duke of St. Albans and Earl of Burford, 202, 204; Cath., Ctss. of Burford, 204

Beaufort, Sir Thos., Earl of Dorset and Duke of Exeter, 53

Beckett, Jas., 407

Beckman, Sir Martin, 167, 413 n, 416

Beddingfield, Ant., 347

Beddow, John J., 299

Bedford, Agnes, 84; Gilb. de, 20, 85; John, 35, 62, 78, 81, 83–85, 288, 335

Bedford (Beds.), 20

Bedford Lane, 72–74

Bedforth's Hosp., 335

Beeching Plan, 396

Beeford (E.R.), 298

Beerbrewer, Brand, 52; Giles, 52; Pet. sr., 52; Pet. jr., 52; Wm., 52

Beeton, Jas., 244 n

Beeton St., 244 n

Beetonville, 6

Behnes, Wm., 292

Belgium, 220, 246, 249

Bell, Wm., 205, 336, 346

Bell Sound, 136

Bellamy and Hardy, 410

Bellasis, John, Lord Bellasis, 111–13

Bellfield Ave., Sutton, 471

Belper (Derb.), 321

Beningbrough Hall (N.R.), 446

Benison, Miss, 350

Benneyre, Rob. de, 11

Benninga (Hull) Ltd., 274

Bergen (Norway), 59–60, 136

Berkeley cinema, 422

Berry, Edw. A., 299; Hen., 186

Berwick (Northumb.), 21–22, 54, 99

Bethel Chap., see North St. Chap.

Bethesda Chap., see Osborne St. Chap.

Betoyn, Baldwin de, 306

Beveridge, Wm. H., Baron Beveridge, 181

Beverley, John, 313; Thos. de, 466

Beverley (E.R.), 26, 34, 57, 82, 92, 97, 103–4, 205–6, 282, 339, 350; friars of, 82, 334; Hotham House, 446; inhabitants of, 13, 40, 65, 80, 91, 188, 372, 472; Institution for the Blind, 386; lordship of, 14, 50; North Gate, 22; Poor-Law Union, 238; public services, 373–4, 383; roads to, 17, 55, 387, 390–2, 467; ships of or built at, 22–23, 68; trade of, 54–55, 131, 146, 389, 404

Beverley and Barmston Drain, Level, 303, 378–9, 469

Beverley Gate, 24–26, 73–74, 78, 92, 98, 102, 104, 168, 171, 187, 334–5, 371, 376, 404, 413, 415–17, 449

Beverley Gate Ward, 4

Beverley Rd., 231, 276, 280, 380, 396, 453

Beverley Rd. (Central) Ch., 317. See also nonconformity

Beverley Rd. (Newland) Ch., 317. See also nonconformity

Beverley Rd. Wesleyan Sch., 353. See also schools

Beverley Rd. (Zion) Chap., 314, 317. See also nonconformity

Beverley Rural Dist., 373–4

Beverley St., 73, 77, 169

Beverley Ward, 8

Bevrere, Drew de, 461, 465, 471, 473

Bewe, John, 109–10

Bewley, John, 295

Bible Pattern Church Fellowship, 329

Bielby, Geo., 312; Jonathon, 312

Bigod (Bygod), Constance, 461, 472; Sir Francis, 92; Ralph, 461, 472

Bijou, see Mechanics' Music Hall

Bilsdale (N.R.), 302

Bilson, John, 311, 353, 365

Bilton, Alice, 391

Bilton, in Swine (E.R.), later separate par., 2 n, 8, 55, 122, 390, 461, 470

Bilton Bridge, 390

Bilton Grange estate, 280, 302

Bilton Place, 77

Bingley, Wm. H., 321, 323

Birkbeck, Geo., 351

Birkyn, Gilb. de, 85; John de (fl. 1375), 75; John (fl. 1391–8), 61, 64, 66; Ric. de, 69; fam., 31, 436

Birmingham, 175, 179, 245, 264, 266, 313, 421 n, 458

Bishop, F. A., 307

Bishop Gate (Bishopgate), 73, 77

Bishop Lane, 24, 72–74, 75 n, 208, 446–7

Bishop Staith, 75

'Black Horse', inn, 392

Black Sea, 248

'Black Swan', inn, 392

Blackfriar Ward, 35

Blackfriargate, 73–74, 154, 169; friary, 334; meeting-house, 312

Blackrode (Lancs.), 312

Bladon's Ltd., 283

Blagrave, John, 415

Blake, Rob., 313–14, 319

Blanchard, Bernard W., 322, 326

Blanket Row, 73, 169, 454; (Congregational) Chap., 313; see also nonconformity

Blaydes, Benj., 446; Hugh, 188, 294, 473–4; Jos., 148, 160; fam., 148

Blaydes House, 445–6, 448

Blaydes Staith, 456

Blaydes & Hodgson, 188

Blenkin St. Sch., 357. See also schools

Blessley, R., 294

Blezard, John, 350

Bloom, Rob., 118, 124; fam., 161

Blow, Eliz., 313

'Blue Bell', inn, High St., 392; Mytongate, 392

Blue Ribbon Gospel Army, 329

Blue Union, see National Association of Stevedores and Dockers

Blundell, Hen., 189, 216, 227, 235, 240, 243

Blythburgh (Suff.), 46

Boatman, John, 108, 295

Bolton, Rob., 341; Wm. (fl. 1550), 473; Wm. (fl. 19th cent.), 219 n; Wm. W., 194

Bombay (India), 247, 249

Bond, Francis, 354, 356–7, 364

Bonnin, Thos. Scott, 304, 352

Booth, Chas., social reformer, 227; Denis, 310; Wm., Abp. of York, 79; Wm., founder of the Salvation Army, 318

Boothferry Park, 396

Boothferry Rd., 280, 282–3

Boots, the chemists, 425

Bordeaux, 63–64, 68, 70, 77 n, 132, 140, 148, 178, 221, 398–9

Bossi, Pietro, 406

Boston (Lincs.), 13–14, 65, 95

Boston (U.S.A.), 247

Botanic Gardens, 241, 365, 382, 396, 458

Botanic Ward, 8

Botterill, John, 353; Wm., 304, 322–3, 386, 395, 436, 456, 459

Botterill, Son & Bilson, 305

Boulevard, 237 n

Boulevard Ch., see Gordon St.

Boulevard cinema, see West Hull Hall

Boulevard Higher Grade (later Secondary) Sch., 354, 357–8. See also schools

Boulevard Nautical Sch., 360

boundaries, of Hull, 2–10, 201, 215, 231, 235, 245, 276

Bourchier, Sir John, 101

Bourgnoeuf, Bay of (France), 63, 67

Bourne St., 452

Bower Staith, 75

Bowes, Geo., 461

Bowlalley Lane, 73, 77, 169, 377

Bowlalley Lane (Presbyterian) Chap., 312–13, 317, 340–1, 350. See also nonconformity

Bowring, Sir John, 242

Box, Hamon, 15, 20; Rob., 69; Wal., 85, 291

Boyle, Ric., Earl of Burlington, 406, 445–6; Ric. (fl. 1838), 430

Boynton, Sir Mat., 104; Thos., 472; fam., 123

Boynton (E.R.), 363

Brabant (Belgium), 65, 68–69

Bradford (W.R.), 294, 354 n

Bradlaugh, Chas., 240

Bradshaw (Bradshawe), Ellerker, 294; Jas. (fl. 1682), 294; Sir Jas. (fl. 1701), 116 n; Nic., 25

Bramah, Jos., 189

Bramston, Edm., 195

Brandesburton (E.R.), 340, 355, 365

Bransdale (N.R.), 277

Bransholme, 471

Brantingham (E.R.), 80; B. Thorpe, 446

Brathericke, Edw., 300

Bray, Wm., 122

Brazier, Jas., 314 n

Breaker, Edwin, 339

Bremen (Germany), 90, 176–7, 221, 247

Bremner, Christina S., 354–5; Janet, 354

brewing, 25, 33, 52, 151, 166, 170, 226, 457, 467

Brickdale, Mr., 347

Bricknell Ave. estate, 280

brickyards, Tilery, 18, 41–42, 56–57, 78, 150, 168, 265, 282, 296, 376–7, 413 n, 414, 460, 467, 470

Bridge St., 449–51

bridges, 2, 55, 82, 199, 208, 347, 389–90, 413, 463, 415–17. See also Drypool Bridge; North Bridge; South Bridge

Bridgewater Canal, 175

Bridlington (E.R.), 193, 219, 392–3, 400–1, 445 n

Bright, John, statesman, 242

Bright St., 244 n

Brisele, Hen. de, 22

Briskin, Griffith, 96, 289

Bristol, Earl of, see Digby

Bristol, 60, 64, 164, 181, 220–1, 404, 421 n, 447; Trinity House, 399, 404

British Association for the Advancement of Science, 232 n, 423

British Gas Light Co., 373–4, 376

British Medical Association, 424

British Oil and Cake Mills, 257, 272, 274

British Petroleum Co., 273

British Rlys., 389, 396

British Soap Co., 274

British Transport Commission, 284

Brittan, Rosamond, 302

Brittany (France), 65, 67–68

Brixham (Devon), 225–6

Broad Entry, 235

Broadley, Hen., 298; Isabella, 292; John, 338, 349, 423; Rob. C., 298, 307, 464, 472, 475; Sophia, 294, 466, 473; Thos., 472, 475; Mrs., 368; fam., 464, 469, 472 n, 473, 475. See also Harrison-Broadley

Brochner's (shipping co.), 221

Brodrepp (or Broadrigg), Chas., 306; Ric., 306–7

Brodrick, Cuthbert, 293, 308, 332, 423, 433, 453; Fred. S., 292, 298, 310

Brodrick, Lowther, and Walker, 301, 309–10, 459

Brokesby, Francis, 295

Bromborough (Lancs.), 274

Bromby, John H., 239, 290, 351–2, 369

Bromflet (Bromflete), Geo., 297, 472; Hen., 297; Sam., 297; Thos., 461; fam., 297, 461, 472

Brompton, John, 80; Wm., 66; fam., 80

Brook St., 467

Brooke, Sir John, 294; Ric., 267

Brotherick, Eliz., 341; Hosp. of, 341; Rob., 341

Brough, in Elloughton (E.R.), 374, 383, 397; stone from, 77, 374

Brougham, Hen. P., Baron Brougham and Vaux, 351

Broughton-in-Furness (Lancs.), 190 n

Brown, Jas., 244; Ralph, 462; Rob., 428

Brown, A. & Sons, 425

Browne, G. O., 294; Geo., 423

Brownell, Mat., 469

Brownlow, Marsdin (shipping co.), 247

Brownlow, Pearson (shipping co.), 221

Brownsmith, Francis, 466

Broxholme, John, 334

Bruer Lane, 170

Bruges (Belgium), 65, 68

Brunswick Ave. Senior Sch., 357. See also schools

Brussels (Belgium), 221

Buchanan, Thos., 384

Buck, John, 406

Buckingham, Dukes of, see Stafford; Villiers, Geo.

Buckingham St., 282

building, in brick, 57, 77, 167, 170, 290, 296, 398, 413, 433, 443–4; in stone, 12, 77, 167, 413–14; in timber, 77, 170, 398, 413, 443; growth of the built-up area of Hull, 6, 8–9, 18, 70–72, 207, 209, 231, 391, 445, 449–53, 460, 465, 467, 470; regulations, 18, 77, 236–7, 448, 455

'Bull and Sun', inn, 392

Bulmer, Barbara, m. — Farley, 461; Bridget, m.— Norton, 461; Dorothy, m. — Williamson, 461; Frances, m. — Constable, 461; Geo., 461; Joan, m. — Cholmeley, 461; Millicent, m. — Graye, 461; Sir John, 461; Sir Ralph, 461; fam., 472

Burdux Tower, 77

Burford, Earl and Countess of, see Beauclerk

burgesses, see freemen

Burghley, Baron, see Cecil, Wm.

Burgundy (France), 54

Burke, Thos. G., 206

Burleigh St., 396

Burlington, Earl of, see Boyle

Burn, Geo., 301

Burnett, John, 313

Burnsall, Ant., 122

Burroughs, Thos., 301

Bursea, in Holme upon Spalding Moor (E.R.), 55 n

Burstall, in Skeffling (E.R.), 300

Burstwick (E.R.), 21, 54, 80, 85, 301, 391, 471, 473

Burton, Seman, 35, 50, 54

Burton, Bishop (E.R.), 122, 300, 384

Burton Constable (E.R.), 280, 463; Hall, 443

Burwell, —, 268

Bury, Thos. (fl. c. 1470), 55; Thos. (d. 1628), 336, 339, 348

Bury (Lancs.), 321

Bury St. Edmunds (Suff.), 200

buses, 381

Bush Dike (Busdike), 208 n, 371, 415

Bushell, Rog., 63, 66, 288

Butchery (Fleshewergate, Fleshmarketgate), 72–74, 75 n, 313, 407, 409, 433, 449

Butcroft, 78, 166, 376

Butcroft Dike, 74

Butler, Constantine F., 236; John, 466; Wm., 466

butter market, 409, 410

Buttery, John, 343, 346

Bygod, see Bigod

Byland (N.R.), 21

Bylt, Ric., 292

Byrom shorthand, 305

Bysett, Rob., 69

C.

Caen (Calvados), 220

Calais (Pas de Calais), 66, 68, 83, 93, 132, 141, 414; Ch. of Blessed Virgin, 83

Calcutta (India), 182, 221

Calder Navigation, 175

Callao (Peru), 221

Calvert, Jas., 165

Cambridge, 362; Clare Coll., 339, 348; St. John's Coll., 340, 465–6; University, 165, 339, 348, 353–4, 356

Cambridge St., ice-house, 318

Cambridgeshire, 340

Camin, Anor, 11; Maud, 11; Rob., 11

Campbell St. (Methodist) Chap., 317, 340. See also nonconformity

Canada, 220, 248–9, 271

canals, 174–5, 179, 219

Canne, John, 108–9, 111, 165, 289, 291, 311

Cannon St., 239; rly. station, 280, 396

Canon Row, 346

Canonesses Regular of St. Augustine, 331, 363

Canon's Row, see Priest's Row

Canova, Antonio, 309

Canterbury, Abp. of, see Abbot, Geo.

Cardiff (Glam.), 260

Carlby (Lincs.), 85

Carleil, Wm., 301

Carlile, Rob., 119–20

Carlill, Jas., 293

Carlisle (Cumb.), 66

Carlton cinema, 421

Carmarthen, Marquess of, see Osborne, Thos.

Carmelite House, 345

Carnegie, And., 427

Caroline Place, 451–2

Carr, John, 446, 448

Carr Lane, 209, 372, 448

Carrall, Mic., 429

Carroll Place, 451–2

Carruthers, Dav., 206, 216 n, 243

Carter, Thos., 203; Wm., 201, 203

Carthusian Priory, 4, 26, 34, 73, 78– 80, 82–83, 91–92, 167, 303, 333, 341, 414, 462, 467–9, 473

Carver,—, 311

castle, see fortifications

Castle Hill and Ring, Sutton, 474 n

Castle Hill Hosp., see City Hosp.

Castle Hill Sanatorium, see Hull Sanatorium

Cater, John, 371

Catholic Apostolic Church, 318, 320

Catlin (Catlyn), John (fl. 1634), 433; John (fl. late 17th cent.), 165, 307, 469

Cave, Lawr., 347; Wal., 465

Cave, North (E.R.), 392

Cavendish, Lord John, 204 n; Sir Wm., Earl of Newcastle, 102–3, 105

Cawood castle (W.R.), 103

Cawthra, Norman, 310

Cecil, Rob., Earl of Salisbury, 101; Wm., Baron Burghley, 415

Cecil cinema, 421

cemeteries, 234, 236–7, 263, 293, 297, 299, 302, 304, 309, 332, 340, 381

Central Ch., see Beverley Rd.

Central cinema, 422

Central Electricity Board, 374

Central Hall, King Edward St. (Methodist), 318. See also nonconformity

Central Hebrew Congregation, 332

Central Higher Grade (later Secondary) Sch., 354, 358, 360. See also schools

Central Public Library, 283, 356, 423–4, 426–8

Central Ward, 8

Chadwick, Sir Edwin, 235–6

Chamberlain, Jos., Liberal politician, 269; Leon., 338, 340–1, 346; Almshouses of, 341, 470

Chambers, Hen., 123; Sir Wm., 406, 446; fam., 123

Champagne, Pet. de, 16–18, 73

Champagne St., 73–74

Champney, John, 472

Chandler, Edwin, 356

Chanterlands Ave., 381, 459

Chanterlands Ave. (Cottingham Rd.) Baptist Ch., 317. See also nonconformity

Chanterlands Ave (St. Ninian's) Presbyterian Ch., 317, 340. See also nonconformity

chantries, 82–83, 90, 93–94, 167, 287– 8, 290–1, 295, 303, 335, 345, 348, 398, 462

Chapel Lane, 72–74, 169, 294, 343

Chapel Staith, 75

Chaplain's Trust Fund, 384

Chapman, Alex., 347; Jas., 347; Jos., 338; Rob., 41; Wm., 187;—, 268

Chapman St., 170

charities, 164, 184, 212, 335–47, 403

Charity Commission, 336, 343, 405

Charity Hall, 163–4, 168, 211, 214, 232, 336, 346–9, 379, 439–40

Charles I, King, 100, 102–5, 401, 415, 441, 444

Charles II, King, 107, 109, 113–14, 118

Charles Louis, Elector Palatine, 102

Charles, Sam., 111, 165, 312

'Charles Town', 188

Charlotte St., 213, 396, 448–51, 467

Charterhouse, see Carthusian Priory

Charterhouse hosp. 78–79, 94, 96, 105, 108–10, 164, 167–8, 212, 289, 304, 316, 333, 336–7, 341–2, 372, 387, 467–8, †471

Charterhouse Lane, 341–2

charters, granted to Hull, 2, 4, 20, 22, 28–29, 32–33, 35–38, 40, 42, 45–47, 50, 74, 81, 114–15, 117–20, 124, 126–7, 192, 215, 407, 411–12, 437, 441

Cheere, Hen., 445

Cherry, Francis, 142

Chery, Wm., 30

Cheshire, 178

Chester, Bps. of, 310. See also Langton, Wal. de

Chevalier, Alb., 420

China, 221

Chiswick (Mdx.), 446

cholera, 180, 210, 232, 234–8, 241, 265, 366, 372

Cholmeley, Joan, see Bulmer

Christ Ch., Sculcoates, 213, 239, 277, 305, 311, 467

Christ Ch. National Sch., 351. See also schools

Christadelphians, 318, 320

Christian Brothers, 330

Christian Knowledge, Soc. for the Promotion of, 349

Christian Pioneers, 330

Christian Scientists, 318, 320

Christiania (Norway), 221, 247

Christiansund (Norway), 221

Church Alley, 296

Church (Ecclesiastical) Commissioners, 301, 303

Church Lane, 73, 169, 409–10

Church Missionary Soc., 298

Church Mount, Sutton, 471

Church of England Waifs and Strays Soc., 386

Church of the Nazarene, 329

Church Schools Co., 355, 365

Church St., Drypool, 460

Church St., Sutton, 470–1, †471

churches (parish), 287–313. See also under the dedications of the chs. there listed. And see chantries; obits; religion

Churches of Christ, 318, 320

Churches of God, 318, 320

cinemas, 319, 325–6, 419–20, 421–3

Circus cinema, 421

circuses, 210, 420

Citadel, see fortifications

City and Suburban Cinemas (Hull) Ltd., 423

City Hall, 425, 440–1

City (later Castle Hill) Hosp., 263, 383–4, 385

City Museum, 425

City of Varieties and Bijou Empire, 419

Civil War, 2, 102–7, 117, 123, 125, 137–8, 167, 171, 207, 301, 341, 415–17, 440, 464

Clarence, Duke of, see George (Plantagenet)

Clarence Mills, 256, 279, †457

Clarence St., 263

Clarence Theatre, see Minor Theatre

Clark (Clarke, Clerk), Alan le, 34; John, 304; Ralph, 461; Thos., 349; Mr., 406 n

Clarkson (Clerkson), Jas., 122, 142; Wm., 313

Classical Journal, 304

Clay, Jas., 243–4, 269

Clayton and Bell, 297

Clerk, see Clark

Clerkson, see Clarkson

Cleveland cinema, 422

Cliderowe (Clyderhowe), Hugh, 31, 35, 39, 50, 53, 62, 66; Wm., 295; fam., 83

Cliffe, North, in Sancton (E.R.), 34, 80

Clifford, Hen. de, Earl of Cumberland, 23

Clinton (or Fiennes), Edw., Lord Clinton and Say, 333

Cloth Hall, 145, 151, 440 n

cloth manufacture: in Hull, 55–56, 58–59, 72, 150–1; in Low Countries, 65; in York, 69; in Yorks. E.R., 55; in Yorks. W.R., 70, 99, 133–4, 137–9, 141, 143, 174–6, 179, 221, 227, 249

cloth trade, 1, 39, 46, 48, 61–63, 65–67, 69–70, 87, 131–44, 172, 174–5, 177, 182, 222–3

Clowes, Wm., 240, 315

Clowes Chap., see Jarratt St. Chap.

Club Hall, 169

Clyde, Riv., 224

'Coach and Horses', inn, Mytongate, 443; Whitefriargate, 392

coal trade: coastal, 56, 67, 76, 136, 140, 179, 193, 210; export, 67, 248, 250, 254, 270, 272–3, 283–4, 395

coastal trade, 54, 133–6, 140–1, 149, 173, 178–81, 185, 220, 284, 399, 401. See also coal, lead trades

Cobbett, Wm., 351

Cobden, Ric., 242

'Cobden', hotel, 268

Cochrane, Evelyn H., 355

Cocke (Cok), Alan, 22; Alex., 20; Hen., 473. See also Cook

Cockerell, John, 462

Cogan, Wm., 195, 336, 338, 349; Charity Sch. of, 214, 333, 338, 344, 349, 352–3, 361

Cogan St. (Salem) Chap., 314, 317, 341. See also nonconformity

Cok, see Cocke

Colchester (Essex), 141

Cole, Ant., 122–3

Coliseum cinema, later Rialto, then National, 421

College Grove, 300

College St., Sutton, 470

Collegiate House Sch., 354

Collins, Edw., 232–3, 235, 238, 265, 268, 270, 428

Cologne (Germany), 67, 442

Colthorpe, John, 83

Coltman, Jas., 425

Coltman Ward, 8

Colwick (Notts.), 54

Commerce, Coll. of, 360–1

common hall, see Guildhall

communications, 387–97. See also air transport; bridges; buses; canals; public transport; railways; rivers; roads; trams

Congo, Compagnie Belge Maritime du, 272

Congregationalists, 240, 314–18, 320– 1, 352–3

Constable, Frances, see Bulmer; Hen., 473; H. S., 294; Joan, 462; John (fl. 1379), 462; John (fl. 1550s), 462; Sir Marm., 461, 472; Phil., 462, 472; Ralph, 333; Rob. (fl. 1494), 34, 80; Sir Rob. (d. 1537), 91– 92, 414; Sir Rob. (fl. 1643), 107; Sir Thos., 337, 460, 462; Sir. Wm. le (fl. 1289), 12 n; Sir Wm. (fl. 1536), 91; Wm. (fl. 1748), 463; fam., 462, 472–4

Constable St. Board Sch., 361 n. See also schools

Constantinople (Turkey), 247

Continental and General Tramway Co., 380

Continental Palace, see New Palace Theatre of Varieties

Convent Lane, 282

Convent of Mercy, 331, 352, 358–9, 367

Cooke, Jas., 430, 432; S.N., 425; —, 420

Cookman, Geo., 217

Cookson, Wm., 194

Cooper, E. Priestley, 299; Sir. Hen., 233–5, 368, 442

Cooper's Bridge (W.R.), 175

Copendale, Adam, 80; Edm., 66, 80; fam., 83

Copenhagen (Denmark), 221, 401

Copley, Lionel, 115–16

Corlass, Wm., 454

Corlyon, Hen. J., 432

corn market, exchange, 313, 408, 409–10, 425

corn-milling industry, 223–4, 227, 248, 253–4, 256–8, 273–4, 284, 456, †457, 460

corn trade, 36, 47–48, 50, 60–61, 63– 64, 66, 128, 134–5, 137, 139–41, 178, 182, 184, 220, 222–3, 242, 248, 250, 252, 256, 270–1, 273, 284

Corney, Maurice, 295

Cornwall, 64

Cornwallis, Mrs., 473

corporation, council: General history of, 35–40, 117– 29, 192–201, 215–19; meeting places of, 124, 291, 436; ownership of land and manors around town, 341, 461–3, 469, 472, 474–5. See also Guildhall, local board of health
-, committees: education, 267, 357– 9, 363; property, 409; sanitary, 266; telephones, 262; watch, 217; waterworks, 218, 233; welfare services, 386; works, 261
-, finance: in general, 25, 29, 33, 40–42, 70, 72, 127–9, 193, 195–8, 217–19, 229, 236–7, 261–4, 277; fee farm, 26–28, 30, 32–33, 40, 72, 129; town chest, 127, 193, 196–8
-, ceremonial and records: arms, 442; fishery feast at Sutton, 475; insignia and plate, 29–30, 32, 209– 10, 217, 434, 441–2; seals, 441; town records, 434
-, elected officers:
-, mayor (lord mayor), 4, 21, 23–26, 28–29, 32–38, 41, 43–44, 49–51, 53, 56–58, 60, 67, 72, 84, 91, 95, 97, 106, 119, 121, 124–6, 152, 156, 162, 164, 192, 195, 197, 199, 209– 12, 260, 345, 347, 388, 391, 397–9, 401, 433–4, 441–2, 463; accounts, 127–9, 132, 196; as Admiral of the Humber, 54, 436–7; as escheator, 29; election, 31, 117, 120, 193–4; salary and allowance, 31, 128, 193; seals, 441; by name, 30–31, 35, 54, 66, 80–82, 93, 102, 104–5, 117–18, 120, 124, 156, 184, 194, 230, 233, 237, 240, 268, 335, 339, 343, 356, 433, 441–2; lists of, 443
-, bailiffs, 14, 17, 19, 21–22, 26, 28–29, 31–32, 35, 37–40, 44–45, 53, 72, 76, 335, 397; lists of, 443
-, aldermen, 4, 24, 29–32, 35–36, 38, 95–97, 100, 103, 114–27, 147, 151–2, 156, 162, 164, 192–5, 197, 199, 210–12, 286 n, 336, 375, 379, 388, 391, 398, 401, 412, 433, 439; by name, 35, 91–93, 95, 100–2, 104, 106, 113, 117–20, 122–3, 147, 159, 161, 164, 194–5, 197, 216, 354, 356, 359, 391, 395, 397, 408, 436, 443, 458
-, sheriffs, 29, 31–36, 38–41, 50, 58, 74–75, 117, 120–5, 192–5, 201, 434, 437; by name, 102, 118, 184, 195, 356; seals, 441; lists of, 443
-, chamberlains, 31, 32 n, 33–35, 120–4, 192–5, 200, 397; by name, 33, 117–18, 195; lists of, 443; accounts, 25, 33, 38, 40–42, 46–49, 55–56, 83, 125, 127–9, 132, 195–8, 374, 388, 408 n, 413
-, commons, commonalty, 25, 30– 37, 39–40, 47, 51, 125, 192
-, appointed officers:
-, lord high steward, 117–18, 120, 126–7, 192; by name, 101, 113–16, 119, 202, 205
-, keeper, 16–20, 26, 28, 30–32, 37, 40, 43, 77, 79; by name, 17–20, 22, 27, 29, 70
-, recorder, 25, 32, 34, 118, 120–1, 164, 192, 199, 211; by name, 34, 107, 115, 123, 125, 206, 243; lists of, 443
-, common (town) clerk, 25, 34, 36–38, 46, 118, 128, 192–3, 199, 217, 433, 441; by name, 34, 124–5, 217
-, husband (common officer), 126, 128, 130, 189, 193, 197–8, 375
-, other officers, architect, 266, 383, 440; attorneys, counsel, 34; auditors, 198; bailiffs for Trippett, 33–34, 79; bellman, 34, 83–84, 375; bussemen, 78; catchmen, 48, 50, 56, 58, 76, 131; chaplains, 34; clerks at York Castle, 34; clock-keepers, 34, 126; constables, 35–36; coroners, 14–15, 19–20, 29, 34, 49, 53, 192; director of education, 358; engineer, 264, 266; ferry boat dock master, 192, 388; ferrymen, 34, 387; freshwater dike cleaner, 34; gate-keepers, 126; house of correction master, 439; house steward, 192; mayor's cook, 126; market-keeper, 34, 47, 152, 196–7, 377, 388, 408–9; medical officer of health, 255, 265; meters, 48, 75, 379; porters, 48, 51, 56, 75, 126, 131, 379, 436; preachers, 128; scavengers, 126, 171, 376–7, 410; schoolmaster, 34; serjeants and mace-bearers, 30–32, 126, 434, 437, 442; sheriff's clerk, 434; sledmen, 131; surveyor (borough), 438, 458 n; surveyor of property, 192; swordbearer, 30, 126, 442; treasurer, 197–8, 219; waits (minstrels), 34, 84, 126, 210, 399; water-bailiff (brogger, corrector), 34, 37 n, 46–48, 50–51, 59, 125, 128, 132, 193, 195–6, 198, 216, 218; waterworks-keeper (manager), 196, 372; weigh-house keeper (master), 48, 125, 196, 436; workhouse master, 439
-, See also under appropriate person, place, or subject for corporation interests and connexions, especially air transport; almshouses; art galleries; baths; boundaries; brickyards; bridges; buses; cemeteries; charities; charters; courts; customs and duties; docks; drainage and sewerage; education; electricity; fairs; ferries; fire; fortifications; freemen; gallows; gas; guilds; hospital services; house of correction; housing; liberties; libraries; markets; military affairs; museums; parks; police; poor relief; prisons; public health; railways; roads; sanitation; streets; taxation; telephone; trams; wards; watch and ward; water supply; weigh-house; weighing and measuring; workhouses

Corporation Field, 240, 409, 411–12

Corporation of the Poor, 164, 197–8, 211, 232, 238, 336, 343, 346, 439–40

Corporation Pier, 395

Corpus Christi guild, 58, 76, 90, 288– 9, 397; 'Guild House', 76

Corpus Christi maison dieu, 335

Cort, Hen., 177

Cottingham (E.R.), land etc. in, 12, 85, 301, 307, 337, 341; man., 468; par., 2, 6, 8, 303, 310–11, 470; public services, 373–4, 378, 385–6, 392; Sch. Board, 365–6; vill., 2, 245, 272, 276; otherwise mentioned, 20, 84, 276, 362, 373, 467. See also Dunswell; Hull Bank; Newland

Cottingham Drain, 372, 379

Cottingham Rd., 276

Cottingham Rd. (Baptist) Ch., see Chanterlands Ave.

cotton industry, 221, 223–4, 226–7, 231, 233, 238–41, 248, 258, 367, 387, 456–7

Coulson, Florence, 340; Jas. M., 286

Council in the North, 92, 95, 98, 122, 125, 146, 401; Lord President, 95, 98, 101, 126, 146, 437

Council, of State, 106

Couper, John le, 335

Courthall, see manor-house

Courtney St. Board Sch., 353, 361 n. See also schools

Courtney St. Ch., see Dansom La.

courts:
-, town: in general, 17–18, 28–32, 34, 37–38, 41, 50, 52, 70, 72, 76, 126–7, 192, 433–4; Conscience, 439; Meaux Abbey, 15–16; piepowder, 412; recognizances of debts, 37–38, 441; Requests, 192, 199, 433; wardmote, 35
-, local: Abp. of York, 90, 95, 98, 289; Assizes, Hull, 126, 192, 375, 437; Assizes, York, 192, 194, 200, 408, 437; county, Hull, 29, 38–39, 41, 74–75, 192, 433; county, Yorks., 20; man. of Drypool, 463; man. of Marfleet, 466; man. of Myton, 39, 58; man. of Sutton on Hull, 472–5; poor-law guardians, 212; sessions of highways, 391; Petty Sessions, 467; Sessions of the Peace, 29, 34, 38, 41, 99, 126, 156, 162, 192, 195, 210, 380, 433, 437, 439
-, central: Admiralty, 24, 38, 41, 52–53, 126, 399, 401, 436–7; Chancery, 52, 336, 341–2, 345–6, 368, 417; Exchequer, 28, 42–44, 50, 82, 101, 187, 218, 229–30, 266, 275, 348, 387; Treasurer of, see Langton, Wal. de; High Commission, 95–97; King's Bench, 194, 199–200

Cowden, Gt., in Mappleton (E.R.), 295

Crabtree, John, 338

Craggs, John, 182–3

Cranfield, Lionel, Earl of Middlesex, 101

Cranswick, in Hutton Cranswick (E.R.), 20

Craven, Rob. (fl. early 19th cent.), 356; Sir Rob. M. (d. 1903), 424

Craven St. Higher Grade (later Secondary) Sch., 354, 357–8, 361 n. See also schools

Craven St. Primary Sch., 357. See also schools

Craze, Romilly B., 299–300, 310–11

Crécy (Somme), 309

Crimean War, 218, 227 n, 229, 431

Criterion cinema, see Majestic

Crockhay's Hosp., 342

Cromer (Norf.), 57

Cromie, Rob., 419

Cromwell, Oliver, 105; Ric., 107

Cromwell (Notts.), 54

Crop, J. A., & Co., 184

Cross, Rob. de, 31, 65, 81, 287, 291, 436

'Cross Keys', inn, Market Place, 392; Whitefriargate, 392, 449

Crowle, Eleanor, 290; Geo. (fl. late 17th cent.), 113–14, 118, 161, 342; Hosp. of, 168, 336, 342–3, 344; Geo. (fl. 1720s), 202–3; Ric., 202–3; Wm., 143, 183, 194, 343; fam., 169, 343

Crowle House, †133, 443–4

Crowther, Edw., 311

Cudworth (W.R.), 251

Cumberbirch, Charlotte T., 359

Cumberland, Earl of, see Clifford

Curdeux, Hen., 461, 472

Curzon cinema, see Prince's Hall

customs, collected by Crown: duties, revenues, 13–14, 26–27, 41, 42–45, 62, 86–89, 91, 131, 135, 137, 144, 179, 184–6; house, 168, 283, 405, 410, 435, 436–7, 449; officers, 17– 18, 20, 42–44, 50, 117, 122, 131, 165, 178, 201, 203, 349, 400, 436; Commissioners of, 185–6

customs and duties, local:
-, collected by corporation of Hull: in general, 18, 26, 40–41, 45–49, 50–51, 63, 117, 127–9, 131–2, 146, 153, 187–8, 195–6, 198, 208, 215– 16, 218, 227, 229, 244; bridge tolls, 199, 390; market tolls, 41, 128, 195–6, 199–200, 217–18, 388, 408, 410, 412; pavage and murage, 21, 30, 40, 45–47, 374, 391, 412–13
-, collected by Abps. of York: 14–15, 20, 43–45, 49–50; collected by Hull Dock Co.: 185–7, 216, 227, 229, 244, 273 n; collected by Trinity House: 131, 145, 187, 229, 244, 340, 398–403, 405–6; for beacons and lighthouses: 49, 401–2

Custwik, 17

D.

Daggard Lane, 73, 169

Dagger Lane, 73, †133, 169–70, 314, 443

Daily Mail and Hull Times Co., 431–2

Daily News and Express, 341–2, 428

Dairycoates, 6, 310, 373, 378, 396

Dale, Thos., 373

Dalton, Benj., 472; Eliz., see Witham; John (d. 1496), 54, 84; John (fl. before 1619), 347; John (fl. 1653, 1700; ? more than one), 303, 461, 464, 472; Ric., 84; Rob. (d. 1626), 122, 473; Rob. (fl. 1628), 462; Sam., 472; Thos. (d. 1503), 83, 141; Thos. (d. 1591), 333–4, 347, 461–2, 468, 472–3; Thos. (d. 1700), 469, 472–3; Sir Wm., 122–3, 125, 472; fam., of Hull, 84, 97, 122–3, 142, 159, 461, 469, 472; fam., of York, 84

Dalton, North (E.R.), 15

Daltry St. Board Sch., 353. See also schools

Danby, Earl of, see Osborne, Thos.

Daniel, G., 429; Hen., 20

Daniel Staith, 75

Dansom Lane (Courtney St.) Baptist Ch., 317. See also nonconformity

Danthorp, Adam de, 465; Steph. de, 465

Danzig (Germany), 52, 54, 57, 62–63, 132, 134, 136–7, 139, 143–4, 178

Darby, John N., 316

Darley Dale Stone, 434

Darras, Marg., 288

Dauntless (newspaper), 429

David Lister High Sch., †283, 361. See also schools

Davie, see Davy

Davies, E. C., 425; Geo. J., 350

Davis, Edwin, 344

Davis Strait, 183

Davy (Davie), Geo., 343; Kath., 306; Thos., 35

Dawson, Jos., 307–8; Mary, 359

Day, John, 84–85, 288

Day St. British Sch., 351. See also schools

De la Pole Farm, 385

De la Pole Hosp., see Hull Lunatic Asylum

Deadman's Lane, 170

Deaf and Dumb Institution, 354

Deck, John, 351–2

Deep Sea Fishermen, Royal National Mission to, 329

Defoe, Dan., writer, 1, 153, 178, 207, 447

Delacamp, Francis, 119–20, 121 n; fam., 161

Delamotte, Chas., 304; Jane, 305

Denison, Wm. J., 205

Denman, Nic., 104, 123

Denmark, 60–61, 63, 136, 221, 243, 246, 249, 270–1, 284

Dent, Marg., 312; Thos., 300

Denton, John de, 288

Denton Lane, 73–74, 169

Denys, Geo. W., 205

Depression of Industry, Royal Commission on the, 253

Derby, 393, 445

Derbyshire, 54, 122, 132, 135, 175–6, 179

Derringham Bank, 209

Derringham (Derningham, Julian) Dike, 4, 371, 467. See also Spring Dike

Derringham St., 244 n

Derringham Well, 171, 371–2

Derwent, Riv. (Derb.), 152

Devlin Report, 284

Devonshire, 64

Dewick, Francis, 117–18; fam., 161

Dickens, Chas., novelist, 420

Dickinson, Chris., 142

Diconson, Thos., 35

Dieppe (Seine-Maritime), 64

Digby, Geo., Earl of Bristol, 103

Dings, 408–9, 411

Disciples of Christ, 316, 330
-, diseases, 155–8, 192, 265–6, 353 n, 438. See also cholera; plague

Distillers Co. Ltd., 275

Ditchfield, Edw., 473

Dixon, Hen., 307; Jas. M., 240; Thos., 432; W. H., 442

Dobson, Wm., 122, 295, 297, 442

Dock, The, later Old, then Queen's, Dock, 2 n, 6, 183, †186, 186–7, 191, 207, 209, 228–9, †250, 263, 378, 382, 405, 417, 436, 447, 454, 456–7, 469

Dock Green, 242, 420

Dock Green British Sch., 351. See also schools

Dock Office, †186, 187, 453, 457

Dock Office Row, 448

Dock St., 452

Dockers' Union, 257, 259–60
-, docks: in general, 2, 180, 185–8, 216– 17, 220, 222, 227–32, 236, 245–7, 249–54, 256, 270, 280, 284–5, 395–6, 417–18, 438, 454, 464; dry, 76, 78, 218; fish market at, 409; labour in, 238, 242, 258, 260, 274, 284; used for sewerage, 378. See also Dock, The; and Albert; Alexandra; Humber, Junction; King George; Railway; St. Andrew's; St. Andrew's Extension; Victoria; and William Wright Docks

Dodington, John, 300; Wm., 300

Dogger Bank, 189

Dolman, Eliz., see Witham; Rob., 469

Don, Riv. (W.R.), 174, 177

Doncaster (W.R.), 122, 162, 174, 248, 250, 392

Dorchester cinema, 422

Dordrecht (Holland), 57, 80

Dorset, Earl of, see Beaufort

Dossor, John, 459

Doughty, Ric., 34, 335

Dover, Baron, see Jermyn
-, drainage and sewerage, 42, 231–3, 235–7, 261, 265, 276, 280, 282–3, 377–9

Dreadnaught cinema, 422. See also Kinematograph Hall

Driffield, Gt. (E.R.), 276, 282, 338, 373. See also Kelleythorpe

Dring, Nath., 466; fam., 466

Drummond, Rob. H., Abp. of York, 307

Drypool, in Swine (E.R.), later separate par., 2, 6, 20, 29, 53, 112, 213, 231, 277, 460–4, 473–4; agriculture, 345, 462–4; charities, 335, 337; churches, 19, 277, 297– 300, 301, 303, 309, 381; communications, 380, 387, 390–1, 396; industry, 460; manors, 460–2, 473; nonconformity, 311, 313; par. govt., 461; population, 460; public services, 373–4, 376; workhouse, 440, 461. See also Southcoates

Drypool and Marfleet Steam Tramway Co., 261, 380

Drypool Bridge, 263, 283, 390, 454

Drypool Church of England Sch., 350, 352, 358. See also schools

Drypool Feast, 337, 460

Drypool Grange (Swine Lathes), 462

Drypool Side, see Garrison Side

Drypool Sq. (the Green Well), 460

Drypool Ward, 8

Dubbings, John, 442; Marg., 288

Duckett, fam., 466

Dudley, Edm., 90; John, Earl of Warwick and Earl of Northumberland, 93, 333

Dunbar House, Sutton, 386, 471

Duncalf, Edm., 346

Dunkirk (Nord), 99

Dunn, Cath., 337

Dunswell, in Cottingham (E.R.), 276, 373

Dunwich (Suff.), 46, 57

Durham Abbey, 19, 54, 141

Durham (county), 122

Dutchmen, see Netherlands

Dykes, E. O., 300; Thos. (d. 1847), 213, 239, 241, 290, 293; Thos. (fl. 1850s), 241; Wm. H., 305

Dymelton, John de, 79; Wal., 55, 66; fam., 31

E.

Earle, Geo., 309; John, sr., 292, 297; John, jr. (1799–1863), 302, 331, 407, 420, 438 n, 449 n, 453, 471; Thos., 292, 305, 449, 453

Earle, C. & W., 225, 227, 273, 274 n

Easington (E.R.), 425

East Anglia, 135–6, 141, 179, 189

East Central Ward, 10

East Hull estate, 276

East Hull Free Press, 432

East Hull Gas Co., 374, 376

East Hull Ragged Schs., 268

East India and China Trade Association, 221

East India Co., 182, 221

East Indies, 219, 221, 248

East Mount, Sutton, 470

East Park, 263, 382, 418; Lido, 382

East Park Ch., see Holderness Rd.

East Riding Antiquarian Soc., 424–5

East Riding Archaeological Soc., 424

East Riding Bank, 184

East Riding District Soc., 350

East Riding Rural Libraries Scheme, 427

East Sculcoates Ward, 8

East Wells, Anlaby, 371

East Yorks. Local History Soc., 424

East Yorks. Motor Services Ltd., 381

Easterlings, see Eastland

Eastern Cemetery, 381

Eastern Counties Herald, Hull and General Advertiser, 428, 430

Eastern Evening News, 431

Eastern Gas Board, 374

Eastern Morning News, 259, 265–8, 270, 428–30, 431, 432

Eastern Weekly News, 431

Eastland, 61; men from, 63, 144–5, 399

Eastland Co., 134, 137, 144–5

Eastview farm, Marfleet, 466

Eastwood, Geo., 431–2

Ebenezer Chap., see New Dagger Lane

Eboraco, Edw. de, 29 n. See also York, Ric.

Eden Treaty, 176

Edmonds, John, 101
-, education: in general, 155–6, 162–4, 211–12, 214, 241–2, 264, 267–9, 278, 286, 348–70, 438–40. See also Hull Sch. Board; schools

Education, Board of, 357–9; Ministry of, 286

Edward I, King, 1, 4, 11, 14–19, 21, 27, 50, 55, 70, 77–78, 82, 214, 334, 390, 411, 441–2

Edward II, King, 21–22, 412, 441

Edward IV, King, 24–26, 33

Edward VI, King, 93–94, 415, 417

Edward VII, King, 297, 311

Edward's Place, 410–12

Egremont, Lord, see Percy, Thos.

Egypt, 221, 248

Eland, Eliz., 84; Sir John, 91–93, 123, 141, 288, 291; Wm., 34, 39, 60, 66, 69; fam., 159

Elbing (Germany), 134, 137, 148

Eleanor's Place, 455

Electric Picture Theatre, later Magnet, 422

electricity supply, 261, 374

Elim Church, 318, 321

Elizabeth I, Queen, 404

Elizabeth II, Queen, 293

Ella, Kirk (E.R.), 2, 4, 6, 8, 190, 310, 373, 378

Ella St., 396

Ella, West, in Kirk Ella (E.R.), 4, 202, 341

Ellerker, Sir Francis, 92; Sir Ralph, 91; fam., 97, 311

Ellerker (E.R.), 77, 80

Ellerman, Sir John, 272

Ellerthorpe, Jane, 297, 472

Ellis, Geo., 346; Jos., 343; Hosp. of, 336, 343–4; Mr., 385

Elloughton and Brough Water Co., 373

Ely, Bp. of, see Alcock, John

Elys, Nic., 55; Wm., 27

Empire, see Mechanics' Music Hall

Empson, Sir Ric., 90

Endike Lane, 276

Endsleigh Roman Catholic Sch., 358. See also schools

Endsleigh Training Coll., 359, 362

Engine St., 372

English Channel, 390

English St., 209

Enkhuizen (Holland), 134

Entwistle, Cyril, 278–9

Ernest Wray Hostel for the Deaf, 386

Estcourt St. Sch., 354, 357. See also schools

Estoft (Estofte), Chris., 101, 461, 472; fam., 122, 469

Etherdwick, in Aldbrough (E.R.), 301

Etherington, Sir Hen., 194, 204, 369; fam., 169

Etherington House, 443–6

Eton House Sch., 354

Etton, Thos., 25

Etty, Wm., painter, 428

Eureka cinema, 422

Europe, immigration from, 240, 247, 258; military campaigns in, 149; plague in, 157; Reformation in, 90; trade with, 132, 138, 140–1, 143, 153, 175, 177–8, 182, 186, 220–2, 227, 246, 249, 270, 272, 283

Evan Fraser Hosp., 385, 470

Evening News, 428, 431

Everingham (Everyngham), John, 472; fam., 461

Evetts, L. C., 310

exchange, the, 19, 27, 145, 168, 423, 434, 436, 459

Exchange and Commercial Building Co., 436

Exchequer, see courts, central

Exeter, Dukes of, see Beaufort; Holland, Hen., John

Exeter (Devon), 139

exploration, 147, 165, 193

Eye and Ear Dispensary, 384

Eyres, Thos., 297, 472

Eyton, H. M., 455

F.

Faireclyffe, Ric., 473

Fairfax, Chas., 107; Ferdinand, Baron Fairfax, 404; Thos. (fl. 1564), 472; Thos., Baron Fairfax, 103–5; Sir Thos., 103–6

fairs, 15–17, 19, 21, 74, 117, 146, 153, 155–6, 411–12, 470. See also Hull Fair

Fallen Women, Temporary Home for, 242

Fanshawe, Hen., 101

Farley, Barbara, see Bulmer

farm, of the town, see corporation (finance)

Farndale (N.R.), 277, 282, 373

Fauconberg, Baron, see Neville, Wm.

Fawthorp, Chris., 312

Fearnley, Thos., 184

Felton (Northumb.), 80

Fenner, J. H., & Co., 275, 279, 465

Ferens, Thos. R., 267, 269, 276, 278, 343, 357, 359–60, 382, 425, 460; Home and Havens of Rest of, 343

Ferens Art Gallery, 425

Ferensway, 276

Ferriby, John, 25; Ric., 85

Ferriby, North (E.R.), 68, 294, 338, 341, 391–2; man., 11; par., 2, 4, 6, 97, 190, 310; Priory, 294, 371, 466, 469. See also St. Mary's (St. Mary Lowgate); Swanland

Ferries, Thos., 122, 147, 164, 168, 334, 336, 338–9, 345, 347–8, 391, 403–4, 433; Hosp. of, 168, 345, 403–4, 407, 453

ferries, 387–9; over Riv. Hull, 131, 171, 387, 389, 460, 470; over Riv. Humber, 1–2, 40–41, 131, 171, 187–8, 195, 199–200, 216–18, 387– 8, 392, 395, 414; ferry boats, by name, Falcon, 389; Magna Carta, 389; Mary, 387; Public Opinion, 389; Royal Charter, 388–9; Waterloo, 388

Ferry Boat Dock, 187–8, 208, 378, 407

Fiennes, Celia, traveller, 1; (or Clinton), Edw., see Clinton

Fife (Scotland), 135–6

Finkle St., 73

Finn, Frank, 343; Homes of Rest of, 343

Finnish seamen's mission, 318

Firbank, Jos. T., 309

fire and fire precaution, 91, 130, 170, 207, 231, 324, 379–80

First World War, 270–2, 292–4, 302, 339

fish, 46, 48, 51–52, 54, 57–58, 60, 136, 140–1, 152–4, 179, 192, 255, 375, 409

fish market, shambles, 372 n, 375, 408 n, 409, 433–4

Fish St., 73, 169–70, 409–10

Fish St. (Congregational) Chap., 313– 14, 317, 383. See also nonconformity

Fish St. Congregational Sch., 353. See also schools

Fish St. Memorial Ch., see Prince's Ave. Chap.

fish-curing industry, 226, 250, 255–8, 280, †457

Fisher, Ric., 340; Rob., 84–85

Fisher & Hollingsworth, 310, 323

Fisher Lane, 170

Fishermen, National Federation of, 259

Fishermen, Sch. for, 358, 360

fishing industry, 1, 133, 136, 140, 162, 189, 209–10, 225–7, 245, 250– 6, 258–9, 272, 274–5, 280, 344–5, 409, 465

Fishlake, Thos. de, 83

Fitling, John, 31, 39, 49, 61, 84

Fitling, in Humbleton (E.R.), 338

FitzAlan, Ric., Earl of Arundel, 53

Fitzwilliam, Earl, see Wentworth, Wm.

Flamborough (E.R.), 65, 122, 131, 254; Head, 401

Flanders, men and ships of, 49, 132, 408; trade with, 56, 65–68, 135, 176, 289, 398

flax trade, 132, 134, 137, 139, 142, 151, 177, 184, 222, 248

Fleming, Joricius the, 15; Thos., 101

Fleshewergate, Fleshmarketgate, see Butchery

Fletcher, Daykins, 307; Mrs., 302

Flitcroft, Hen., 445

'Florence' (house), 77

Florence (Italy), 27

Flynton, Wal., 95

Food, Ministry of, 411

Forcet, John, 337

Fore Dike, 470, 474–5

Foredike Stream, 379, 475

Foreland, 77; Staith, 75. See also South End

Forest, John, 77–78

Forster and Andrews, 227, 291, 309

Fortescue, Sir John, 1

fortifications: in general, 2, 24, 48, 55, 74–75, 78, 376–8, 402, 412–18; building of, 21–22, 40, 296, 389, 460, 462; repair and maintenance of, 23, 42, 46, 91, 93, 98, 100, 102– 5, 112, 115, 128, 156, 166–7, 207; battery, or fort, at South End, 167, 208 n, 415, 417; see also Artillery Ground; blockhouses, 93, 97–98, 104–5, 117, 166–7, 298, 304, 414– 17; castle, 93, 97–98, 100–1, 103–5, 117, 129, 156, 166–7, 171, 389, 414, 415–17, 434; Citadel (Garrison), 112, 114–15, 119, 167, 185, 207, 229–30, 265, 385, 390, 415–18, 460, 464; Civil War, 2 n, 103, 167, 207, 415–17; gates and posterns, 23–26, 36, 92, 98, 102–4, 155, 171, 375, 391; see also Beverley; Hessle; Low; Myton; North Gates

Forty, Jas. E., 355

Foss Dike (Lincs.), 54, 175

Foster, Edw., 292

Foucher, Pierre François, 331–2

Foulness, Riv. (E.R.), 55 n

Fountains Abbey (N.R.), 54

Fowbery, Rob., 165

Fowkes, Francis, 469

Fox, Chas. J., 204; Geo., 312; John, 438 n; Luke, 147, 165; Marg., 343

Fox and Usher, 451

Foxley, Wm. (fl. 1635), 347; Wm. (fl. 1673), 160–1

Frame, John, 188

France, 270, 297, 331, 390, 445, 458; men and ships of, 13, 155, 157, 403; Revolutionary Wars, 176, 256, 401; trade with, 62, 64, 67–68, 134–5, 140, 176, 178, 182, 184, 246, 249, 399; wars against, 21–23, 54, 62, 66, 69, 93, 207, 413, 417, 448–9

Francis St., 451

Francis St. West, 455

Frank, Ric., 161

Frankfurt (Germany), 176

Fraser, Jas. W., 357;—, 268

Frederick Holmes Sch., for Physically Handicapped, 361. See also schools

Free Church of England, 316–18, 321

'Free Labour Exchange', 260

Free Press and Weekly Advertiser, 430

Freebody, Thos., 428

Freehold St., 244 n

Freeman, Wm., 325–6

freemen (burgesses), admission of, 37, 40–41, 55–56, 129, 149–50, 193, 196, 243; duties and privileges of, 4, 20–21, 26, 28–29, 32, 35–37, 45–47, 49–53, 57, 60, 67, 120, 123–5, 127, 131, 187, 192, 195, 198, 200, 218, 387, 397, 401–2, 408, 434, 437, 463; voting at parliamentary elections, 39, 107, 193–4, 201– 2, 204–6, 242–4

Frenche, Miss, 350

friars: of Beverley, 82, 334; Augustinian, 76, 92, 334; Carmelite, 15, 19, 73, 76, 92, 288, 334–5, 340, 398, 404; Dominican, 334; of Hull, 81– 82, 90, 92, 167

friendly societies, 212

Friendly Soc., 212

Friends, Society of (Quakers), 109, 111, 199, 213, 240, 278, 309, 311– 13, 315–17, 321–2, 339, 458

Friends' Adult Sch., 355

Friscobaldi, of Florence, 27

Frobisher, Sir Martin, navigator, 401

Frost, Chas., historian of Hull, 214, 349, 423, 443; Edm., 303; Wal., 39, 53, 64, 66, 75, 81, 85

Frowde, Phil., 401

fruit, flower, and vegetable market, 408, 411

Fugall, Thos., 94–95, 289

Furness, —, 188

Furnival, Sir Gerard de, 12, 16

G.

Gaiety cinema, 422

Galland, Rob., 395

Galloway, John H., 245

gallows, 20, 33, 38, 78, 210

Gamecock, fishing co., 255

Garbutt, Dav. P., 278, 340, 373, 458; Wm., 311

Garden cinema, 421

Garden Place, 455

Garden St., 313

gardens, see parks and gardens

Garforth, Wm., 340

Gargrave, Sir Thos., 125

Garner, W., 302

Garnett, Geo., 461

Garrison, see fortifications

Garrison Hosp., 265, 385

Garrison Side (Drypool Side, Holderness Side), 6, 76, 127, 155–6, 186–7, 309, 374, 376, 387, 390, 407, 414, 417, 460

Garton, John, 55, 80

Garvin, J. L., 270, 428

gas supply, 182, 200, 235, 373–4, 376, 438

Gascony (France), 43, 52, 56, 63–64, 66–68, 70

Gate, Edw., 469; Sir Hen., 333, 468

Gatenby, Nic., 147

Gault, Jane, 337

Gaumont cinema, see Holderness Hall

Gayton, Rob., 347

Gee, Mary, 300–1; Wm. (d. 1603), 101, 122–3, 142, 164, 300, 343, 347, 371, 391, 408, 442–3; Wm. (d. 1611), 101, 122, 125, 300, 343; Hosp. of, 168, 336, 343, 344; Wm. (d. 1678), 300–1; Wm. (d. 1717), 113–14, 116, 119, 301

Gee's, shipping co., 221

Geldart, fam., 142

Gelder, Sir (Wm.) Alf., 322, 324, 408, 459

Gelder and Kitchen, 310, 322–7

General Assembly of General Baptist Churches, 314

General Board of Health, 232–6

general markets, 411

Gent, Thos., historian of Hull, 214, 443

Genton, Rob., 347

George IV, King, as Prince Regent, 188

George V, King, 270, 339

George (Plantagenet), Duke of Clarence, 25

George, Hen., 270

George Club, 209

George Inn, 151, 169, 210

George St., 209, 263, 390, 448–52, 467, 471

George St. (Baptist) Chap., 313–14, 316–17, 422. See also nonconformity

George Yard, †132, 443

George Yard (Methodist) Chap., 313, 317, 352, 418. See also nonconformity

Georgia (U.S.A.), 304

Georgian Soc. for E. Yorks., 425

Germany, 13, 39, 43, 52, 62, 65, 67, 99, 134, 137, 139, 145, 175, 177–8, 220–1, 242, 246–7, 249, 258, 270–3

Gibberd, Fred., 283, 361

Gibraltar, Straits of, 59, 65

Gibson, J. S., 427; Wm., 188, 460; fam., 228

Giffard, Wal., Abp. of York, 14–15

Gilby, Ant., 113, 127

Gillshill Rd., 470

Gladstone, Wm. Ewart, 229 n, 270

Glasgow System of education, 365

Gleadow, Dibb, & Co., 457

Glemham, Sir Thos., 100

Glenmore, forest (Scotland), 184; Co., 184

Glossop, Eliz., 337; Sarah, 337

Gloucester, Duke of, see Richard III

Glover maison dieu, 335

Godard (Goddard), Sir John (fl. late 14th cent.), 461; John (fl. 1415), 461, 472; Marg., m. Sir Thos. Ughtred, 461; Margery, see Sutton; Wm., 428, 430; fam., 461

Goderich, Vct., see Robinson, Fred.

God's House of Hull, 333

Goforth, Ralph, 298

Goisman, Thos., 289

Good Intention Soc. (shipwrights), 224

Goodknape, Wm., 289

Goodwin St. (Methodist) Chap., 317. See also nonconformity

Goole (W.R.), 174, 180–1, 219, 250, 395, 402, 406

Gordon, Alex., Duke of Gordon, 184

Gordon Ave., 458, †470

Gordon St. (Boulevard) Ch., 317. See also nonconformity

Gordon riots, 330, 332–3

Gore, Chas., H., 358, 439

Gospel, Soc. for the Propagation of the, 405

Gospel Mission Army, 330

Gospell, John, 290

Gothenburg (Sweden), 139, 221, 247

Gott, Benj., 220

Gouge, John, 97–98, 289

Gough, Alex. D., 321

government: royal, at York, 21, 54, 69; king's officers: bailiffs of Hull, see corporation; butler (of wine), 15, 20, 43, 45, 54; chamberlain, 15; clerk of markets, 29, 407; gauger (of wine), 15, 43; keeper of Hull, see corporation; pesagers and troners, 43–44; serjeants-at-arms, 23; treasurer, 22; warden of the exchanges, 27. See also customs

Gower, Sir John, 53

Goxhill, Adam de, 465

Goxhill (Lincs.), 388

Graham, Sir Jas. R. G., 202, 206

Grammar School, 76, 93–94, 97, 109–10, †132, 145, 164, 166, 168, 209, 213–14, 241, 268, 287–91, 336, 339, 348, 350, 352–5, 357–8, 361, 398, 420, 443

Grand Cirque Varieté, 420

Grand Opera House and Theatre, 419, 421–3

Grand Trunk Canal, 175

Grand Victoria Promenade Co., 237

Grange farm, Marfleet, 466

Grangewyk, 12

Grant, Eliz., 184; Geo. F., 278, 360

Grantham, Thos., 473

Graves, Hugh, 466

Gravesend (Kent), 1

Gray (Graye), Millicent, see Bulmer; Wal., Abp. of York, 14. See also Grey

Great Central Rly., 270, 396

Great Grimsby and Sheffield Junction Rly., 389

Great Northern, fishing co., 255

Great Northern Rly., 395–6

Great Passage St., 6, 209, 458

Great Silver Pit, 225

Great St., see Church St., Sutton

Great Thornton St. (Primitive Methodist) Chap., 315. See also nonconformity

Great Thornton St. (Wesleyan Methodist) Chap., 314–15, †315 317, 453. See also nonconformity

Great Union St., 452, 460

Greatfield estate, 280, 282, 302

Greatford (Lincs.), 84

Green (Grene), John (d. 1464), 30– 31; John (d. 1468), 288; John (fl. 1554), 333, 462; Phil., 205; Rob., 313; Smithson, 301

Green Well, see Drypool Sq.

Greenland, 147, 168, 182–3

Greenland Adventurers, 140

'Greenland Yards', 189

Greenwood Ave., 276

Gregg, Joan, 69, 83, 288, 335, 343, 371; Hosp. of, 335, 336, 343, 344, 346, 403; John, 55, 80, 82–84, 288, 343, 391

Gregory, John, 122, 347

Gresham, Ann, 297; John, 216–17; Sir Ric., 297, 462, 473

Gretford, Arnald de, 84; Ric. de, 84– 85, 288

Grey, Avice de, 302; Sir Geo., 236; John de (fl. before 1312), 468; Sir John de (fl. after 1312), 302, 467–8; Rob. de, 302, 468; Thos., Baron of Richemount Grey, 53; fam., 302, 468. See also Gray

Grimsby, Simon, 31, 55

Grimsby (Lincs.), 13, 23, 68, 179, 181, 187, 219–20, 226, 250–1, 254–5, 313, 395, 400–2, 438–9

Grimsby Haven Co., 186

Grimsby Lane, 72, 74

Grimsby Staith, 48, 75

Grimston, Wal., 34

Grimston St., 467

Grindal, Edm., Abp. of York, 95–96

Grotrian, Fred. B., 432; Herb. B., 278–9

Groves, 6, 223, 239, 276, 309, 367 387, 460

Grundy, John, 186

Grylls, Wm., 301

Grymston, Thos., 461

Guardian Insurance Co., 379

Guest, T., 419

guild merchant, 59

Guildhall (common hall, hall of pleas, motehall, town hall), 36–37, 39, 41, 53, 76, 124, 145, 168, 192, 210–11, 217, 219, 263, †282, 283, 374–5, 408–9, †409, 424, 427, 433–4; Grand Jury Room, 434; market under, 169, 410

guilds: craft, 31, 58–59, 83–84, 127, 151–3, 168, 397, 399–407; religious, 58–59, 76, 81–84, 90, 94, 145, 151, 168, 289, 295, 397, 399

Guilford, Earl of, see North

Guisborough Priory, 12, 92, 287, 335

Gunpowder Plot, 308

Gunson, Percival, 462, 473

Gylliott, Rob., 58

Gysburgh, Nic., 34

H.

Haddlesey (Hadlesay), John, 65–66; Mic., 347

Haddlesey (W.R.), 174

Hadesley, Marm., 466

Hadlesay, see Haddlesay

Hadley, Geo., historian of Hull, 214, 443

Hadow Report, 358

Hale St., 73–74

Hales, 17–18, 70

Halifax, Marquess of, see Savile, Geo.

Halifax (W.R.), 162, 164

Hall, Chris., 314; Humph., 466; I., 301; Jas., 147; J. M., 431; Nic., 301; Sam., 301; Mr., 460;—, 268

hall of pleas, see Guildhall

Hallam, John, 92

Haller, —, 268

Hals, Franz, painter, 425

Haltemprice Priory, 4, 371, 468–9

Haltemprice Urban District, 8, 283, 378, 380

Hamburg (Germany), 60–62, 138, 143, 176–7, 221, 234, 247, 249, 272

Hamilton (Hamelton), Jas., 182; Wm. de, Dean of York, Lord Chancellor, 15

Hammond, Wm., 193, 203–4; —, 407

Hammond's Ltd., 283

Hanby, Geof. de, 64, 288; Hugh de, 288; fam., 31

Hanmer, Sir John, 243

Hanover Sq., 433

Hanse, The (German), 28, 47, 51–52, 59–63, 67–70, 133–6, 141

Hansom, J. A., 293

Hanway, Jonas, 349

Harbord, Isabella, 337

Hardey, Rob., 356

Hardie, Jas. Keir, Socialist, 260

Hardman, Sparrow, and Stammers, 292

Hargrave, Jeremiah, 406, 447, 449, 453; Jos., 342, 425 n

Harland (Herland), Wm., 94, 399

Harper (Harpur), Art., 308; Geof., 299; Wm., 94

Harper Lane, 73

Harper Tower, 77

Harpham, Rob., 300–1

Harpur, see Harper

Harris, Eliz., 337

Harrison, John (d. 1525), 297; John (d. 1550), 343; Hosp. of, see Harrison's and Fox's Hosp.; John (fl. 1589), 472; Mary, 337; Rob., 84, 289; Thos., 465

Harrison's and Fox's Hosp., 335 n, 336, 343, 344

Harrison-Broadley, John B., 307; Wm. H., 245

Harrod's library, 426

Harrogate (W.R.), 392

Harrop, John, 187

Hart, Herb., 343; Rest Homes of, 343–4

Harthill, Deanery, 15; wapentake, 12

Hartlepool (Durham), 219, 249–50, 252, 395

Hartley, Dav., 203–4; Jesse, 455; John B., 228–9, 455

Harwich (Essex), 219, 250

Hastang, Rob. de, 22, 27, 29–30, 79

Hastings, Agnes, see Sutton; Alice, see Meaux; Hen., Earl of Huntingdon, 97, 101, 146, 473; Ralph, 462; Selina, see Huntingdon, Ctss. of; fam., 462, 473

Hatton, Sir Chris., 303

haven, see Hull, Riv.

Hawkins, Thos., 337

Hawkshaw, John, 230; J. C., 230

Haworth, Adrian H., 382

Haworth and Stephenson, 177, 184

Hawson, Wm., 340

Hayes, Wm., 120

Haynson, John, 35, 75, 288

health, see cholera; diseases; drainage and sewerage; plague; public health; sanitation; water supply

Health, Ministry of, 282

Hebblewhite, Ric., 406

Hebrew Sch., 352. See also schools

Hedon (E.R.), 13, 16, 68, 83, 85, 146, 206, 238, 301–2, 373–4, 383, 391–2, 460; Racecourse, 397; Twyers Farm, 397

Hedon Rd., 263, 280, 380; Cemetery, 381

Heket, Johan, 62

Hellward, Jas., see Kingston; John, 64; Wal., 30, 39, 64, 81

Hellward Place, 77

Hellyer, Chas., 254

Hellyer's, Fishing Co., 255

Hendra, Rob., 299

Hengler, Chas., 419–20

Hengler's Circus, 318, 419–20

Hennage (Heneage), John, 334; Thos. (fl. 1558), 461, 472; Sir Thos. (d. 1595), 101

Henrison (Henryson), Kath., 159; Peter, 52

Henry III, King, 14

Henry IV, King (as Henry of Lancaster), 23, 26

Henry VI, King, 23–24, 26, 398–9

Henry VII, King, 26, 132

Henry VIII, King, 90–94, 117, 166, 296, 399, 414

Hepworth, J., 459

Hepworth's Arcade, 459

H.M. Customs, see customs

Herland, Wm., see Harland

Herring, Thos., Abp. of York, 308, 330; Widow, 376

Hessle (E.R.), 77, 84, 245, 272, 337, 339, 341–2, 353, 365, 374, 391–2, 414; ferry at, 387–8, 414; par., 2, 4, 8, 12–13, 15, 19, 92, 96–97, 107–10, 190, 287, 289, 311–12, 335, 398; public services, 373–4, 378, 386; roads to, 17, 390–1; ships built at, 148, 405. See also Myton; Tranby; Tupcoates

Hessle Cliff, 188

Hessle Gate, 78, 186, 208, 376, 413– 17

Hessle Rd., 231, 234, 280, 282–3, 380– 1, 392, 396

Hessle Rd. (Congregational) Chap., 317, 420. See also nonconformity

Hesslewood, 220, 368, 386, 447–8

Hewitson, Mark, 286

Hewson, Thos., 337

Heys, Rowland G., 354

Hibbert, Hen., 109, 165, 289

Hick, Allanson, 310

Hickman, Thos. W., Earl of Plymouth, 113–15, 119, 312; Sir Willoughby, 114–15

hide trade, 13–14, 19, 42, 46, 63, 66, 132, 137

High Gate, see High St.

High Gate, Sutton, see Church St.

High St. (Hull St., King St., High Gate), 15, 20, 52, 72–75, 77–78, 84, 131, 145, 161, 168–9, 185, 187, 313, 371–2, 412, 436, 444–8, 454, 456

Hildyard, Hen., 412; fam., 474

Hill, Mat. D., 206, 242; Rowland, inventor of penny postage, 242; Wm., 242; W. (of Hull), 431; W. (of Leeds), 323

Hilston (E.R.), 298

Hilton, fam., 471

Hinchcliffe, Abel, 430–1

Hinrichson, John, 431

Hippodrome, see Alhambra

Hippodrome cinema, later Picture Playhouse, 421–2

Hirst, Jos. H., 440

Hoare, Dan., 119–20, 121 n, 143, 160–1, 183, 194; Jos., 244

Hodge, A. H., 434; Hen., 396, 456, †457

Hodgson & Bryan, 188

Hogg, Ric., 462; Rob., 461–2

Hoghton, Sir Hen., 203

Holborn St. Chap., see Witham

Holden, Edw., 431; Jane, see La Marche; Wm., 428

Holderness, 80, 122, 171, 300, 389, 465, 467, 471; lordship of, 16, 19– 20, 85, 465, 471; roads to, 387, 390–1, 470; Rural District, 380; wapentake of, 12–13

Holderness Drain, 379, 460, 464, 467, 475

Holderness Hall cinema, later Gaumont, 421–3

Holderness House, see Summergangs House

Holderness Rd., 8, 244, 263, 380, 390

Holderness Rd. (Presbyterian) Ch., 317. See also nonconformity

Holderness Rd. (East Park) Ch., 317. See also nonconformity

Holderness Rd., Ch. of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 318. See also nonconformity

Holderness Side, see Garrison Side

Holderness Ward, 8

Holderness Ward British Sch., 351, 354. See also schools

Holgate, Rob., Abp. of York, 94

Holiday, Edw., 430

Holiness Church Soc., 329–30

Holland, Edm., Earl of Kent, 53; Hen., Duke of Exeter, 23, 53; John, Duke of Exeter, 53; John (fl. 18th cent.), 177

Holland, 66–67, 137, 139–40, 142–3, 157, 176–8, 180, 183–4, 220, 246, 249, 271–2, 425, 443; war with, 106, 112, 148, 401–2

Hollar, Wenceslaus, engraver, 390, 413–14, 433

Hollym, see Withernsea

Holme (Holm), Rob., 35, 39, 49–50, 55, 59, 66, 83–85, 296–7, 371, 391; Thos. de, 40

Holmes, Fred., 364; Jas., 428; John (fl. 17th cent.), 311; John (fl. late 19th cent.), 226, 255; Thos., 353, 356, 369;—(Church of England), 268;—(Wesleyan), 268

Holt, Luke, 186

Holtby, Winifred, 427

Holy Apostles, Ch. of the, 294

Holy Trinity: chapelry of Hessle (E.R.), later separate par.: 2, 4, 92, 110–11, 155, 190 n, 213, 234, 239, 245, 277, 287–94, 305, 312, 330, 375, 391, 398, 440; charities, 335, 337–8; clerks, 96, 110, 348; library, 165, 290

Holy Trinity, church: advowson, 212, 217, 287, 293; altars, lights, chantries in, 58–59, 82–83, 93–94, 287–9, 335, 345, 348, 398; churchwardens, 110, 198, 200; churchyard, 19, 97, 167–8, 234, 287, 293, 335, 344, 347, 381; corporation meetings in, 124, 291, 434; curates, 93–94, 112, 241, 289; fabric, 46, 76, 96, 110, 167, 212, 266, 290–3, 296, †314; fire engine in, 379; guilds in, 81–84, 90, 289, 399; lecturers, 95– 97, 107–8, 110–11, 212–13, 289–90, 292, 304, 341, 344; ministers, 94– 96, 104, 108–11, 239–40, 267, 287, 289–90, 307, 349, 351, 384, 398; minor officials, 34–35, 83, 290, 292; nonconformist worship in, 291, 311; priests of the table, 83, 287; school children in, 211, 291, 348–9; Wesley at, 313; otherwise mentioned, 12 n, 90, 96–97, 157, 237 n, 349

Holy Trinity guild, 58, 76, 289, 397, 399. See also Trinity House

Holy Trinity Maison Dieu, 335

Holyoake, G. J., 240

Home Counties, 443

Home Secretary, see Asquith

homes (welfare), 339, 386. See also under the names of the homes listed in the main entry. And see Anchor House, Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul

Hope House Rescue Home for Girls, 386

Hope St. (Providence) Chap., 313–14, 316–17. See also nonconformity

Hopwood St., 244 n

Horne, Ralph, 35

Hornse, see Hornsey

Hornse Staith, 75

Hornsea (E.R.), 312, 343, 373, 384–5, 392, 396

Hornsey (Hornse), Ric., 74; Wm., 313

Horse Staith, 75, 168, 388

Horse-mill Lane, 72

horse-mills, 78, 168, 189

Horsman, John, 337

Horth and Andrew, 323, 342

Horwood, see Howerd

hospital services, 383–6. And see under the hospitals there listed

Hospital Sunday Fund, 339

hospitals, see almshouses

hosts, hosting, 50–51

Hotham, Geof. de, 20, 334; John, Lord Chancellor, 45; Sir John (d. 1645), 100, 102–4, 165, 169, 295, 415; John (d. 1645), 102–4; Sir John (d. 1689), 115–16

house of correction, 162–4, 168, 210, 342, 379, 438, 439, 440

housing, 77, 170, 191, 209, 232, 261, 265–7, 275–6, 280, 282, 443–55, 457–60, 465, 467, 470–1

Howard, John, 437. See also Howerd

Howden (E.R.), 85, 339, 374, 396

Howe, Ralph, 407; Ric., Earl Howe, 448

Howerd (or Horwood), Joshua, 337

Hubbarde, Dibdin, 428

Huddersfield (W.R.), 175, 432

Huddersfield Canal, 175

Hudson, Geo., 392, 395; Thos., 344; Memorial Homes of, 344; Wal. R.A., 286

Hugh son of Isabel, 20

Hull, county of, 4–5, 26, 27 n, 29, 32, 34, 38–39, 100, 122, 190, 371, 391, 437; 'manor' of, 93, 415; see also manor-house; Rural Deanery of, 265; suffragan bp. of, 267; see also Pursglove

Hull, Riv., banks, growths, 464, 474; coroners for, 15, 19; dolphin, 131, 157, 402; flooding, 105, 469; old course of, Old Hull, 'Veilhull', 12– 13, 17, 19–20, 50, 57, 78; pollution, 233, 376–8; traffic along, 14, 54, 91, 387; water supply, 233, 237, 264, 282, 372–3; otherwise mentioned, 1–2, 6, 8, 11, 78, 155, 188–9, 209–10, 218, 223, 229, 231, 236, 252, 256, 280, 373–4, 413, 417, 436, 454, 456–7, 460, 467, 470, 474–5. See also bridges, ferries, staiths

Hull, Riv., haven: Middle Ages, 1, 11–13, 16, 20, 24, 28, 37–38, 40, 43, 45–51, 56, 58, 69, 72–76, 78, 377, 409; 16th and 17th centuries, 91, 93, 98, 103, 112, 116, 119, 125, 130–2, 148, 157, 161, 167, 170, 402, 414–15, 417; after 1700, 185–7, 207, †208, 215, 228, 405

Hull 'A' and 'B' Hosp. Management Committees, 383, 427

Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette, 224, 232–3, 235, 241, 268, 270, 428–9, 431

Hull Advertising Circular and Temperance Visitor, 430

Hull and Barnsley Junction Rly., 251, 395

Hull and District Philatelic Soc., 424

Hull and District Sunday Sch. Union, 278

Hull and E.R. Coll., 241, 353–5

Hull and E.R. Convalescent Home, 384

Hull and E.R. Co-operative Soc. Ltd., 283

Hull and E.R. Freehold Land Soc., 244

Hull and E.R. Sch. of Anatomy and Medicine, 356, 383, 386, 452

Hull and E.R. Schoolmasters' Association, 350

Hull and E.R. Sheltering Home for Girls, 386

Hull and E.R. Times, 428, 430

Hull and E. Yorks. Institute for the Deaf, 386

Hull and Eastern Counties Herald, 428, 430, 432

Hull and Grimsby Newpapers Ltd., 431–2

Hull and Haltemprice Echo, 432

Hull and Holderness Rly., 394–5

Hull and Hornsea Rly., 394–5, 470

Hull and Humber Steam Packet Co., 221

Hull and Lincoln Chronicle, 429

Hull and Myton Improvement Commissioners, 4, 198–9, 217, 231, 375, 377–9, 439

Hull and Sculcoates Dispensary, 212, 356, 384, 386, 405, 467

Hull and Selby Rly., 220, 223, 228, 392–5

Hull and W.R. (W. Yorks.) Junction Rly., 251, 395

Hull and Yorks. Times, 428, 431

Hull Artizans' and Labourers' Improved Dwellings Co. Ltd., 458

Hull Athenaeum, 355

Hull Bank, in Cottingham (E.R.) 303

Hull, Barnsley & W.R. Junction Rly. and Dock Co., 251–3, 260, 280, 310, 344, 393–6

Hull, Beverley, and E.R. Freehold Land Soc., 244

Hull Board of Guardians, 211–12, 232–5, 238, 260, 336, 440, 463

Hull Boilermakers' and Iron Shipbuilders' Soc., 259

Hull Brewery Co., 457

Hull Chamber of Commerce, 242, 252–3

Hull Charity Trustees, 336, 341, 346, 352–4, 362

'Hull Cheese' (ale), 166

Hull Church Extension Scheme, 302

Hull Church Institute, 355–7, 423–6

Hull Church Schoolmasters' and Schoolmistresses' Benevolent Association, 354 n

Hull City and County Printing Co., 432

Hull City Mission, 278, 318, 329–30, 340

Hull City Museums, 290, 425

Hull Club, 459

Hull Coll., 241, 353, 453. See also schools

Hull Conservative Association, 244

Hull Co-operative Soc., 259, 283

Hull Corn Trade Guild, 339

Hull Courant, 428

Hull Daily Express and Merchants' and Tradesmen's Gazette, 431

Hull Daily Mail, 277, 279, 428, 432

Hull Daily News, 341–2, 430

Hull Daily Telegram, 432

Hull Dock Co., 174, 185–7, 197, 201– 2, 205, 215–17, 225 n, 227–31, 240, 251–3, 299, 303, 378–9, 395–6, 410, 417, 429, 436–7, 447, 449, 451–2, 454–5, 469

Hull, E.R., and North Lincs. Female Penitentiary, 242, 386, 453

Hull, E.R., and North Lincs. Observer, 428–9

Hull, E.R., and North Lincs. Orthopaedic Hosp., 385

Hull, E. Yorks., and Lincs. Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, 386

Hull, E. Yorks., and North Lincs. Conservative Newspaper Co., 428, 431–2

'Hull Ecclesiastical Controversy', 315

Hull Evening News, 431–2

Hull Examiner and Weekly Commentator, 432

Hull Exchange Co., 436

Hull Excise Collection, 226

Hull Express (1855), 431; (1876), 431–2; (1898), 431

Hull Express and Holderness Advertiser, 432

Hull Extension Soc., 356–7, 359

Hull Fair, 238, 242, 411–12, 421

Hull Fish Manure and Oil Co., 256

Hull Fishing Vessel Owners' Association, 345

Hull Flax and Cotton Mill, 221, 223– 4, 367, 456–7

Hull Free Press and Eastern Counties Herald, 237 n, 428, 430

Hull Free Press and Eastern Counties News, 430

Hull Free Press and Weekly Advertiser, 430

Hull General Cemetery Co., 234–5, 237, 381

Hull General (later Royal) Infirmary, 6, 212, 233, 240, †283, 356, 383, 384–6, †387, 424, 448, 453, 467, 470

Hull Geological Soc., 424

Hull Globe, 432

Hull Great War Trust, 339

Hull Hebrew Board of Guardians, 332

Hull High Sch. for Girls, 268, 355, 358. See also schools

Hull Homoeopathic Dispensary, 384

Hull Hosp. for Women, 383–4

Hull Humane Soc., 405

Hull Ice Co., 226, 255

Hull (later Hull and E.R.) Institute for the Blind, 386

Hull Journal, 428

Hull Law Soc., 424; Library, 424

Hull Liberal Association, 244

Hull Literary and Philosophical Soc., 214, 241, 351, 355–6, 423–4, 425–6

Hull Literary Club, 424

Hull Lunatic Asylum (later De la Pole Hosp.), 263, 383, 385, 467

Hull Maternity Hosp., 383, 385

Hull Medical Soc., 424

Hull Mercury, 430

Hull Morning Examiner and Grimsby Reporter, 432

Hull Morning Paper, 431

Hull Morning Telegraph, 431

Hull Morning Times, 431

Hull Municipal Hosps., 336, 343, 344, 345–6

Hull News, 428, 430

Hull News Extraordinary, 430

Hull North (Methodist) Circuit, 340

Hull Oil Manufacturing Co., 257, 274

Hull Packet and Humber Gazette (later Hull Packet; Hull Packet and Humber Mercury; Hull Packet and E.R. Times), 428, 430–1

Hull People's Public House Co., 268

Hull Political Protestants' Union, 351

Hull Political Union, 206

Hull Portfolio, 199–200, 389, 405, 429

Hull Public Bath Co., 381

Hull Registration District, 245, 265

Hull Repertory Theatre Co., 419

Hull (later Ings) Rd., Sutton, 470

Hull Rockingham and Yorks. and Lincs. Gazette, 240, 349, 429

Hull Royal Infirmary, see Hull General Infirmary

Hull Royal Institution Ltd., 426

Hull (later Castle Hill) Sanatorium, 383, 386

Hull Sanitary Association, 267

Hull Saturday Journal, 429

Hull Savings Bank Sch., 351–2. See also schools

Hull Sch. Board, 233, 259, 267–9, 353–7

Hull Scientific and Field Naturalists' Club, 424

Hull Seamen's and Firemen's Association, 259

Hull Seamen's and General Orphanage, 339, 352, 386

Hull Seed, Oil, and Cake Association, 339

Hull Sentinel, 428, 432

Hull, South and West Junction Rly., 251, 395

Hull South Bridge Co., 390

Hull St., see High St.

Hull Street Tramway Co., 261, 380

Hull Subscription Library, 214, 241, 351, 355, 423, 425–6

Hull Teachers' Association, 354

Hull Temporary Home for Fallen Women (later Newington Home for Girls), 386

Hull Theatre and Concert Co., 419

Hull Town Mission, 241

Hull Trades and Labour Council, 258–60, 266, 268 n, 269, 432

Hull Tuberculosis After-Care Colony, 386

Hull Weekly Express, 341

Hull Weekly Post, 432

Hull Whale Fishery and Co., 182

Hull Wholesale Fruit Trade, 339

Hull Workman's Times, 432

Humber, Riv.: Admiralty of, 24, 29, 36, 38, 41, 52–54, 126, 436–7, 441; bank, shore, 6, 17–19, 76, 208–10, 228, 261, 381, 390–1, 411–14, 460, 463–4, 466–7; buoys and beacons, 49, 131, 401–2; creeks, 44; fishing, 11, 209–10; flooding, 12, 41, 78, 103, 416, 464, 466; pilots, pilotage, 131, 399, 401–2, 405–6; pollution, 156, 233, 236, 264, 376–9; reclamation, 188, 208; roads, ships lying in, 130–1, 155, 157, 352, 388; town wall on, 78, 168, 412–13, 417–18; traffic along, 1, 49, 54, 63, 135, 141, 174, 178, 219, 254, 275, 387, 393, 406; otherwise mentioned, 11–13, 20, 78–80, 187, 207, 220, 226, 229, 250, 254, 280, 371, 377, 413, 415, 460, 474. See also bridges, ferries

Humber Conservancy Commissioners (later Board), 251, 402, 406

Humber Dock, 2, 186–7, 207–8, 215, 228, 230, 392, 405, 454–5

Humber Iron Works and Shipbuilding Co., 224

Humber Mercury and Hull, Yorks. and Lincs. General Advertiser, 429

Humber Pilotage Board (Commissioners), 402, 406

Humber ports, the, 227, 248, 283–4. See also Barton, Goole, Grimsby, Immingham

Humber St., 72–73, 153 n, 225 n, 408, 411, 420. See also Ropery

Humber St. Theatre, see Minor Theatre

Humber Ward, 4, 35, 158, 160–1

Humbercote, 17

Humberside (magazine), 424

Humberside Appeal for Church Extension, 302, 310

Humberside pumping station, 378

Humbleton (E.R.), 122. See also Fitling

Hume, Jos., 233, 429

Hume St., 244 n

Hundred Years War, 64

Hungary, 256

Hungate, Hugh, 461, 472

Hunt, Thos., 430; Wm., 265–6, 268, 270, 428, 431

Huntingdon, Ctss. of (Selina Hastings), Connexion of, 313–14, 319, 321; Earl of, see Hastings, Hen.

Huntsmans (steel-makers), 184

Hury Staith, 75

Huskisson, Wm., 218

Husthwaite, John de, 17–18, 20

Hutchinson, Chas., 453; Wm., 299, 305, 310; W. H. H., 221

Hutchinson's Lane, 170

Hutt, Wm., 206, 242–3

Hutton, Mat., Abp. of York, 96

Hutton Cranswick, see Cranswick

Hyde, Wm. W., 423; Collection of, 423

Hydes, Wm., 120

Hymers, John, 355, 365; Rob., 365

Hymers Coll., 268–9, 355, 358, 361, 382, 439. See also schools

I.

Iceland, 39, 58–60, 67, 70, 136, 255, 375, 399; men from, 50, 52, 403

Ideal-Standard Ltd., 275

Idle, Riv. (Notts.), 174–5

Illingworth, J., 319

Illustrated Hull Mercury, 430

Immingham (Lincs.), 270

Independent Holiness Movement, 330

Independents (Protestant nonconformists), 107–9, 111–12, 167, 213, 303, 311–13

India, 221, 247–8

Industrial Sch. for Girls, 354. See also schools

industry, in Hull, 1, 55, 151, 188–9, 222–7, 248, 253–60, 273–5, 280, 282. See also brewing; brick-yards; cloth; corn-milling; cotton; fishcuring; fishing; oil-milling; paintmaking; shipbuilding; sugarrefining; whaling

Ingilby Tower, 77

Inglemire Lane, 276

Ingram, Sir Art., 101

Ings Rd., see Hull Rd.; estate, 282, †283

Inland Revenue, Board of, 430

inns and alehouses, 169, 242, 392

internal trade (collection and distribution of goods), 54–55, 152–4, 174–6

International Bible Students' Association, 318, 322

Ireland, 68, 106, 223, 232–3, 238– 40, 244, 331, 366–7; men from, 403

iron trade, 61, 63, 65, 68, 137, 139, 141–3, 148, 174, 177, 184, 220, 222, 247

Isaac, Thos. H., 426

Isabel, see Hugh son of

Island, Fred. W., 432

Islip, David, 337

Italy, 65, 175–6, 222; man of, 406 n

Ivison, Ant., 120

J.

Jackson, Francis, 303; Herb., 339; R., 305; Sarah, 312

Jacobs, Alf., 344; Benj., 344; Benj. S., 333, 458; Bethell, 356; Chas., 344; Homes of, 344; Esther, 344; Homes of, 344; Isabel, 344; Louise, 344

Jalland, Boswell M., 216–17, 244, 460; Wm. E., 460; fam., 458

James II, King, 112, 114–16, 120, 401; (as Duke of York), 102–3, 113–14

James, Sir Wal., 243

James Reckitt Ave., 470

James Reckitt Library, 356, 427

Jameson, Rob., 268, 353–4, 364

Jameson St., 263, 279–80, 283

Janiani, Theobald, 13

Janus Theatre, 420

Jarratt, John (fl. 1787), 451–2; John (fl. 1869), 304; Wm., 433–4

Jarratt & Coates, 189

Jarratt (later Kingston) Sq., 396, 451

Jarratt St., 372, 451–2, 467

Jarratt St. (Clowes) Chap., 315. See also nonconformity

Jefferson, John, 295; Martin, 104

'Jeffray's House', maison dieu, 335 n

Jehovah Jireh Chap., see Mason St. Chap.

Jehovah's Witnesses, 318, 322

Jenkins. W., 326

Jennings, Chas., 268

Jenyns, Wm., 333, 462

Jermyn, Hen., Baron Dover, 115

Jesus Gate (or St.), 170

Jesus guild, 295

Jews, 191, 213, 233, 240–1, 258, 267, 284, 315–17, 332–3, 344, 352. For lists of individual synagogues see alphabetical list on pp. 332–3

Jobson, Wal., 93, 95, 100–1, 123, 141, 288

John, King, 13, 16

John, Ivor, 359

John Symons Home for Incurables, 383–4

Johns, J. W., 365

Johnson, Francis F., 293, 310–11; Jas., 286; Mary, 298; Ric., 355 n; Thos., 119–20, 161, 298, 442

Johnston, Geo., 340

Jones, Brynmor, 362; Sir Francis, 462; Inigo, 445; Thos., 300; fam., 462

Jordan, Dorothy, 418

Jubilee Holiday Fund, 339

Jukes, And., 316–18, 321

Julian Dike, see Derringham Dike

Julian Springs, 372; Well, 371

Junction (later Prince's) Dock, 2, 187, 207, 215, 217, 228–9, †250, 263, 330, 333, 404, 410, 454–5, 457; Bridge, 372

Junction St., 440

K.

Kamchatka (Russia), 244

Karachi (Pakistan), 249

Kattegat, 270

Keld, fam., 465

Kelleythorpe, in Gt. Driffield (E.R.), 373

Kelvin Hall (sch.), 361

Kemble, John, actor, 210, 418

Kempe, C. E., 302, 309

Kemsey, Rob., 334; Simon, 124; fam., 92

Kennedy, Wm., 428

Kent, Wm., 445–6

Kent, Earl of, see Holland, Edm.

Kenworthy, Jos. M., Baron Strabolgi, 278–9

Kerby, see Kirby

Keregan, Thos., 418

Kew (Mdx.), 443

Key, John, 117–18

Keyworth, Wm., D., 292, 386

Kilham, Alex., 313

Killingholme, Rob., 34, 66

Killingholme (Lincs.), 401

Kinemacolour Palace, later Regent cinema, 421, 423

Kinematograph Hall, later Dreadnaught, 422

King, Sir (Hen.) Seymour, 269, 426, 442; John, 213, 239, 287, 305, 351; Kelburne, 356; King & Co., 458 n

King Edward St., 263, 279, 283

King George Dock, †251, 253, 270, 284, 465

King St. (at west end of Holy Trinity Ch.), 73, 208, 445

King St., see High St.

Kingdon, Lemuel, 113–14

King's Fee, 79

King's Hall, Fountain Rd. (Methodist), 317. See also nonconformity

King's Head Inn, High St., 169, 443; Mytongate, 392

King's Lynn (Norf.), 13, 60, 135, 141, 179, 289

King's Manor, see manor-house

King's Staith, 19, 75

Kingston, Jas. de (Jas. Hellward), 45, 287–8, 335

Kingston, Earl of, see Pierrepont

Kingston Almshouse, 304, 346, 404

Kingston Coll., 241, 346, 353, 404. See also schools

Kingston Cotton Mill, 223–4, †456, 457

Kingston General Hosp., 383, 385, 440

Kingston High Sch., 358. See also schools

Kingston Homes, 385–6

Kingston Sq., see Jarratt Sq.

Kingston St., 228, 411

Kingston upon Hull, Soc. for the Reformation of Manners in, 112, 166

Kingston upon Hull Gas Light Co., 373–4, 376

Kingston upon Hull Training Coll., 359–61

Kingston's Maison Dieu, 335

Kinson, Thos., 292

Kirby (Kerby), Mark, 119–20; Wm., 305. See also Kirkeby

Kirk Ella (E.R.), 190 n. And see Anlaby; Wolfreton

Kirk Lane, 19, 73–74

Kirkeby, Thos. de, 39. See also Kirby

Kirkstall Abbey (W.R.), 300

Kitching, Wm. H., 320, 323, 327, 343–4, 346, 459

Kitson, Ric., 111

Knaresborough (W.R.), 54

Knight, Edw., actor, 210

Knottingley and Goole Canal, 174

Knowles, Marg., 300; Sir Wm., 91– 92, 117, 122, 300, 442, 461

Knowlton, Thos., 303

Kola (Russia), 142; Peninsula, 136

Konigsberg (Russia), 137

Krynauw, Marjorie, 293

L.

La Marche, Jane, m.—Holden, 338

La Rochelle (Charente-Maritime), 80

Labour, National Federation of, 259 n

Labour, Royal Commission on, 257

Labouring Classes, Soc. for Improving the Dwellings of the, 455

Lacy, Martha, 473

Lamb, G., 268

Lambard, Hen., 341

Lambert, Art., 123, 161, 303, 442; Geo. (d. 1838), 292; Geo. (d. 1868), 314; John, 465; Jos. Malet, 265, 267, 353–4, 357, 359–60

Lambert St. Sch., 358. See also schools

Lambert Ward, Alb., 278–9, 286

Lambwath Ho., Sutton, 470

Lanbert (fl. 1086), 471

Lancashire, 219, 264; cotton industry, 174–5, 182, 222–3, 227

Lancaster, Hen. of, see Henry IV; Jos., 350; his system of education, 350, 367

Lancaster, Duchy of, 46, 415

Lancaster, Theatre Royal, 418

Lanchester, Stewart, and Rickards, 358

Land of Green Ginger, 73, 169, 459

Lane, Sam., 314

Langdale, Marm., Baron Langdale, 115; Ric., 303

Langham cinema, 422

Langley, Batty, 444; Thos., 339

Langton, Ralph, 31, 80; Wal. de, Bp. of Chester and Treasurer of the Exchequer, 14 n

Langton (E.R.), 122

Langton, Nether (Lincs.), 371

Lapland, 136

Large Towns and Populous Districts, Royal Commission on, 232

Latimer Chap., see Williamson St. Chap.

Latter Day Saints, 316, 318, 322

Law, Bonar, 279; R. K., 279, 286

Lawson, Geo., 428; John, 147

Le Havre (Seine-Maritime), 221

lead trade, 22, 43, 46, 54, 67, 127, 131–3, 135–6, 140–4, 146, 153, 175–6, 179, 182, 184

Leadenhall Sq., 433

Leads Rd., Sutton, 470

Leaholm Farm, Marfleet, 466

learned societies, 423–5. See also under the socs. there described

Lebanon (U.S.A.), 405

Lecture Hall (Kingston Sq.), 419

Lee, Chas., 344; Rest Houses of, 344; Geo., 240, 349–51, 429; Thos., 202–3, 428

Leeds, Duke of, see Osborne, Thos.

Leeds (W.R.), 142–3, 174, 176, 208, 219–20, 222, 248, 258, 260, 319, 323, 354 n, 356, 392, 421 n, 459

Leeds and Liverpool Canal, 175

Leeds and Manchester Rly., 393

Leeds and Selby Rly., 174, 220, 392–3

Leeds Mercury, 233, 243

legal quay, 131, 185–6

Legard, Chris., 371; Rob., 372

Leggat, fam., 466

Legge, Wm., 100, 102

Leicester, 392

Leicestershire, 54, 175–6

Leland, John, antiquary, 77, 374, 413

Lenham, Melville, 320

Leonard St., 244 n

Levers, soap manufacturers, 274

Leversege, John, 31, 64, 66

Levy, Mic., 332

Lewes, John, 125

'Leyons', see 'Lion'

Libel (newspaper), 429

liberties, of town, 28–29, 117–20

libraries, 165, 263, 290–1, 295, 317, 351, 356, 424, 425–8

Lichfield, Rob. de, 81

Liddell, Miss D. J., 309; Geo., 305, 308; Wm., 305

Lightermen and Watermen of the Humber, Union of, 259

Lilburne, Rob., 118

Lille, Jas., & Sons, 457

Lilly, John, 341

Lime-kiln Clow, 208

Limekiln (Lime Kiln) Creek, 228, 395–6

lime-kilns, 57, 151, 168, 208

Lincoln, 13, 20, 54, 66, 154, 175, 410, 429, 438

Lincoln, Archdeacon of, see Ravenser, Ric.

Lincoln and Hull Chronicle, 429

Lincoln St. Board Sch., 353. See also schools

Lincolnshire, 20, 22, 80, 105, 122, 179, 203, 243, 288, 387–9, 392, 412, 431, 438, 445

Lindall, Hannah, 336, 339, 346

Lindsey, 387

Linford, Alice, 344

Linsley, John, 344; Almshouses of, 344

Linsley, T., & Co. Ltd., 344

Linton (N.R.), 122

'Lion' (house), 77

Lisle, Rog. de, 18, 20, 73; fam., 54

Lisle St., 73

Lister, John (d. 1617), 123, 436, 441; Sir John (d. 1640), 101–2, 122–3, 126–7, 142, 164, 344, 405, 442; Hospital of, 111, 168, 289, 333, 336, 344, 362, 372 n; John (unidentified), 347; Wm., 107; fam., 122–3, 169, 444

Listergate, 72

Little Theatre, 419

Liverpool (Lancs.), 1, 175, 181, 188, 191, 216, 219, 221, 227, 229, 246– 50, 257–8, 266, 271–2, 283, 386, 392, 396, 421 n, 447

Liverpool and Manchester Rly., 220

Liverpool Chamber of Commerce, 250

Liverpool Dock Trustees, 186

livestock markets, 209, 408, 410–11, 412

local board of health, 219, 226, 235–7, 245, 264, 266, 375–6, 429, 454–5

Local Government Act Office, 236

Locking, Wm. R., 357

Lockwood, Hen. F., 292–3, 309, 320, 324, 365, 383, 407, 440, 453

Loft, Jas., 297

Lofting, E. E., 299

Lollardy, see religion

Lombardy, 65

Londesborough (E.R.), 445

Londesborough cinema, 422

London: Astley's circus, 420; Carlton Club, 243; Carthusian Priory, 91– 92; Christ's Hosp., 348; dock strike, 259, 268; East End, 258; Globe theatre, 419; Great Fire of, 170; houses in, 447–8, 458; Kensington police force, 217; Mayor and aldermen of, 30; Metropolitan Police, 217, 260; persons of, 20, 38, 69, 102, 164, 206, 237, 243, 294, 303, 306, 319, 321, 365, 371–2, 375, 386, 395, 412, 427, 455, 457, 462–3, 473; Reform Club, 243; St. Anne and St. Agnes, ch. of, 434; St. Bride's Ch., 82; St. Pancras Station, 396; St. Paul's Cath., 291, 440; Soc. of Antiquaries, 424; trade of, 1, 13–14, 64–66, 70, 132–7, 139–41, 143–6, 178–9, 181–2, 184, 188, 221, 226 n, 230, 246–7, 249, 273 n; transport from Hull to, 2, 155, 157, 166, 216, 220, 382, 387–9, 391–2, 395; Trinity House, 399, 401–2; University, 362; University Coll. Sch., 365; Westminster, 30; otherwise mentioned, 24, 34, 39, 46, 60, 81, 100–1, 103–4, 107, 119, 126, 185, 191, 209, 232, 234 n, 236, 238, 254, 257, 380, 404, 407, 419, 442

London and North Eastern Rly., 396, 411

London and Provincial Cinema Co., 421

London Marine Soc., 349

London Missionary Soc., 314

Long, Sir Ric., 93, 414

Longhill estate, 280, 282

Longley, Clifford, 293, 302

Lord's Gospel Mission, 328

Lough, Thos., 473

Loughborough (Leics.), 293

Lounde, Hen., 462

Louth Canal (Lincs.), 179

Louvain (Belgium), 68

Lovell, Geo. H., 351, 356

Low (or Rogers), Eliz., 298; Sam., 298

Low Countries, 1, 13, 50–52, 59, 61, 64–68, 70, 99, 132, 134–6, 138, 140–2, 144, 399

Low Gate (in town wall), 413–15

Low Gate (or Lowgate), Sutton, 470–1

Lowgate, Hull, 73, 76, 169–70, 188, 295, 312, 318, 335, 375, 407, 410, 444, 447, 449, 459

Lowgate Ward, 8

Lübeck (Germany), 62, 69

Lucas, Wm., 353

Lucca (Italy), 13

Lucy, fam., 292

Luddington, Rob., 107, 303, 311

Lumley, Sir Lawr. R., later Earl of Scarbrough, 278

Lumsden, John, 231

Lutheran heresy, see religion

Lutherans, 240, 267, 316, 318, 322

Lutwidge, Chas., 349; Mrs., 350

Lutyens, Sir Edwin, 229, 280

Lyceum Library, see New Subscription Library

Lying-in Charity, 212, 385

Lyon, Isaac, 240; Jos., 332; Sam., 313

Lyons, Jas., 314

Lyric Theatre, 419, 421

Lyth (Lythe), Consolation, 297, 472; John, 311; Ric., 465

M.

Mackay, Hedley, 427; Ronald W., 286

MacManus, And. M., 217

Madras (India), 249

Magnet cinema, see Electric Picture Theatre

Mahon, Lord, see Stanhope, Chas.

maisons dieu, see almshouses

Maister, Hen. (b. 1632), 143; Hen. (d. 1744), 203, 445; Hen. (d. 1812), 203; Nath., 195; Wm., 116, 123, 202–3; fam., 123, 143, 161, 184, 202, 228

Maisters House, †208, 406, 444–6

Maisters & Parker, 185

Majestic cinema, later Criterion, 421– 3

Malam, John (fl. 1830s), 373–4; John (fl. 1840s), 374

Malecake, Rog., 20

Malet Lambert High Sch., 358. See also schools

Mallow (or Mally) Tower, 416

Maltby, Wm., 371

Malton (N.R.), 20, 122

Mamhole (Mammehole), 34, 74–75, 77, 377; Gate, 377

Manchester (Lancs.), 175, 191, 219, 252–3, 258, 283, 321, 392, 421, 447–8, 457; Infirmary, 383; Owens Coll., 356

Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Rly., 220, 226, 250, 389, 394–6

Manchester Ship Canal, 252

Manchester Statistical Soc., 227, 232

Mander, Jas., 301

Manners, Lord Rob. (d. 1782), 201–4; Rob. (s. of Lord Rob.), 204; Rog., Earl of Rutland, 334

Manor Alley (Methodist) Chap., 313. See also nonconformity

Manor Side, 170

manor-house (Courthall, King's Manor, 'Suffolk Palace'), 19, †54, 76–77, 79, 82, 102, 169, 312–13, 412

Mansdale (Maunsdale) Clow, 464, 475

mansion house, 192

Mappleton (E.R.), 339, 465

Marfleet, Adam de, 300; fam., 465

Marfleet, in Paull (E.R.), later separate par., 2, 6, 8, 251, 277, 300– 2, 305, 307–8, 464–7; agriculture, 465–6; charities, 335, 337–8; churches, 300–2, 381, 464–5; industry, 465; manor, 465; nonconformity, 311–13, 317, 465; population, 465; public services, 374; workhouse, 440

Marfleet Board Sch., 465. See also schools

Marfleet Clough, 467

Marfleet Drain, 467

Marfleet Lane, 276, 465

Marfleet Old Drain, 464

Marfleet Ward, 10

Margaret, Queen, w. of Hen. VI, 24– 25

Marine Hosp., 346, 404

Mariners' Almshouses, 345–6

Mariners' Church Soc., 213, 314, 321, 356, 386; Church, 213, 239. See also Hull Seamen's and General Orphanage

Mariners' Friend Soc., 329–30

Marist Coll., 358, 361

Market Place, 73, 77, 170, 375–7, 407, †408, 411, 444

Market Place Ward, 8

Marketgate (later in part Butchery, Lowgate, Market Place), 15, 70 n, 72–74, 76–77, 79, 82, 295, 334, 407

market-place, market cross, 38, 47, 59, 74, 90, 116, 131, 152, 168–9, 187, 208, †408, †409, 407–12

markets, 15–17, 19, 21, 38, 41, 46, 48, 59, 70, 72, 74, 146, 152–3, 155–6, 169, 346, 407–11. See also under the markets listed in the main entry

Marlborough Ave., 458

Marmaduke, Thos., 147

Marot, Dan., 445

Marr, John, 312

Marriott Bequest Fund, 309

Marseilles, 248

Marshall, John (d. by 1808), 337, 368; John (fl. 1835), 220; Rob., 397; Thos., 31, 49

Marstrand (Sweden), 136

Martin, Sir Leslie, 362

Marvell, And. (d. 1641), 97–98, 107, 289; And., poet (d. 1678), 107, 113, 127, 165, 348

Mary I, Queen, 94–95

Mary, w. of Geo. V, as Princess of Wales, 440

Mason, Benj. B., 456; Hugh, 301, 306–7, 472; John, 451; Wm. (d. 1753), 307, 349, 369; Wm., poet (d. 1797), 307, 309; fam., 473

Mason St., 452; Quaker meetingplace in, 318; see also nonconformity

Mason St. (Jehovah Jireh) Chap., 314. See also nonconformity

Mason St. Wesleyan Sch., 322, 352. See also schools

Massey, Miss, 350

Master Mariners' Almshouses (Hosp.), 346, †387, 407

Matcham, Frank, 419, 440

Matheson (Matheison, Mattison), Anne, 300; Geo. 141; fam., 123, 159. See also Matthewson

Matthew, Tobias, Abp. of York, 97

Matthews, Chas., actor, 210

Matthewson, John J., 237 n. See also Matheson

Mattison, see Matheson

Mauley, Constance, see Sutton; Margery, see Sutton; Pet. (d. 1382), 461; Pet. (d. 1391), 461; Pet. (d. 1414), 461; fam., 472

Maunsdale Clow, see Mansdale

Mawson, Wm., 440

Mayfair cinema, 421

Mayfield, Alf., 386

McCarthy, T., 269

McMillan Nursery Sch., 358, 361

McNamara, Kevin, 286

Meadley, John, 449

meat markets, 408 n, 409, 410

Meaux (Melsa), Alice of, m. — Hastings, 473; John of (fl. before 1160), 11; John of (fl. c. 1200), 11; Sir John of (fl. late 13th cent.), 12 n, 16; Sir John de (fl. after 1318), 468; John (d. 1372), 473; Thos. of, 462; fam., 462, 468, 473

Meaux Abbey (E.R.), 1, 4, 11–12, 14–19, 27, 83, 287, 297, 305–6, 390, 407, 411, 414, 462, 473–5; Abbots, see Alexander; Thomas

Mechanics' Institute, 214, 242, 351–2, 355–6, 419–20, 426–7

Mechanics' Music Hall, later Ringham's M.H. and Canterbury Hall, Alexandre Theatre, Star M.H., New Mechanics' Theatre, Empire, Bijou, 419, 421

Medd Bequest, 311

Medforth, Mr. and Mrs., 313

Medical Mission, 330

Mediterranean Sea, 59, 65, 67, 133, 147, 182, 248, 399, 401

Meldrum, Sir John, 105

Melling, John, 194

Melton, Sir John, 25; Wm., Abp. of York, 44–45, 49–50, 296

Mengie, Edw., 302

Mennim, A. Mic., 307

Menthrop, Sam., 466

Menzies, John, 356

Mercantile Academy, 350

Merchant Adventurers, 134, 138, 144, 156, 397, 404

Merchant Seamen's Hosp., 346, 404, 407

Merchants' Hall, †132, 443

Merchants' Row, 170, 400, 404–5

Merchants, Soc. of, 145–6, 150–2, 168, 442

Mersey St. Board Sch., 354. See also schools

'Messiah', The (oratorio), 420

Metal Box Co. Ltd., 338

Metcalf, Alex., 339, 348; Hen., 161, 295

Metham, Sir Geo., 203

Methodism, 322–7; Independent, 314–17; Methodist Association, 320; Methodist Church (1932), 277, 318; New Connexion, 213, 313–17; Primitive, 213, 239–40, 267–8, 277, 315–17; Wesleyan, 213, 215, 239–40, 267–8, 277–8, 298, 313–17, 352–3; Wesleyan Association, 314–15, 317; Wesleyan Reformers, 315–17; United, 317; United Free, 317

Michelson, Rob., 44

Mickleover (Derb.), 312

Micklethwaite, John, 461; Jos., 461; Jos., Viscount, Micklethwaite, 203

Middelburg (Holland), 134, 148

Middelton, see Middleton

Middlesbrough, Roman Catholic Bishop of, 341, 359

Middlesex, Earl of, see Cranfield

Middlesex, 101

Middlethorpe (W.R.), 123

Middleton (Middelton), Adam de, 29 n; Eliza, 340; John, 235, 238

Middleton (E.R.), 20

Midland Rly., 396

Midlands, 140–1, 250, 284

Mildmay Mission, 326, 330

military affairs: arms, armoury, magazine, 22, 24, 98–100, 102–3, 105–6, 112, 207, 436; arrays, levies, musters, trained bands, 21–26, 52, 90, 98, 100, 102–3, 207, 460, 465, 468, 471; governors of the town, 93–94, 100, 102–7, 111–16, 169, 201, 312, 333, 416–17

Milk St., 73

Mill Dam stream, Cottingham, 373

Mill St., 209, 239, 276, 313, 467

Mill St., later West St., (Methodist) Chap., 315, 421. See also nonconformity

Millenarians, 316

mills, see Anti-Mill; Clarence Mills; corn-milling; horse-mills; oil-milling; Subscription Mill; Waterloo Mills; water-mills; windmills

Milncroft, 17, 70, 334, 391

Milner, John, 473; Jos., 213, 290, 293, 349; Ric., 461; W., 300, 310; Sir Wm., 203

Minor Theatre, later Humber St., Summer, Sans Pareil, Clarence, Royal Clarence, Royal Kingston, 418–21

mint, 19, 27

missions and undenominational churches, 328–30

Misson (Notts.), 307

Mitchell, John, 205–6

Monck, Geo., Duke of Albemarle, 107, 113

Monica cinema, 422

Monkgate, 15, 70, 73, 77, 334

Monmouth, Duke of, see Scott, Jas.

Montacute, fam., 297

Montague, Marquis of, see Neville, John

Monthermer, fam., 297

Monthly Free Press and Tradesmen's Advertiser, 430

Moore, Kath., 306; Leslie, 300; Rob. C., 358; Temple L., 305, 310

'Moor's', inn, 392

Moreby, Rob. de, 468

Morgan, Art. E., 359–60

Morley, Ebenezer, 314; John, 314

Morrice, Francis, 303, 306

Mortimer, Ralph de, 11; fam., 12

Mortimer Collection of Prehistoric Antiquities, later Mortimer Museum, 425, 440

Morton, Rob., 117; Wm., 421

Morwood, Alex., 142; Gilb., 142

Mos'ems, 333

Moss, Wm. H., 225 n, 235, 240, 356

motehall, see Guildhall

Mother Humber Memorial Fund, 339

Mould (Mowld), Sam., 195; Thos., 472 n, 475; Wm., 160, 346; fam., 143, 184

Moulds and Porritt, 321

Moulton, R. G., 356

Mount Pleasant Farm, Sutton, 471

Mountain, Chas. (d. 1805), 349, 406, 445, 447–8, 451–2; Chas. (d. ? 1839), 305, 355, 407, 418, 420, 445, 449, 453

Moyer, Lawr., 104

Moyes, Dr., 423

Moyser, fam., 122

Moxon, Hen., 347

Moxon's House, 446

Mudie's library, 426

Muff Geo., 279

Mulgrave, Earl of, see Sheffield, John

Mumby Bequest, 340

Munden, Jos., actor, 210

Municipal Corporations Commission, 179–80, 192, 198–201, 217, 405

Municipal Library, 427

Municipal Technical Sch., 268–9, 357–8

Murano (Italy), 309

Murchison, Chas., 278

Muscovy Co., 140

Museum of Commerce and Transport, 425

Museum of Fisheries and Shipping, 425

museums, 283, 410, 423–4, 425, 440

Musgrave, Sam., 294, 304, 321, 323, 384

music-halls, 321, 325, 419

Myers, —, 268

Myton, in Hessle (E.R.), (later Holy Trinity par.): 4, 6, 29, 57–58, 70, 74, 76–79, 84–85, 128, 195–6, 198– 9, 208, 287, 295, 333, 341, 387, 391, 415; chap., 12–13, 15, 287; grange, 4, 11–12, 15–18, 78; modern district, 213, 279, 293, 373, 375–7, 379; North, 231, 245, 293; South, 231, 245. See also Tupcoates

Myton Carr, 12, 58, 78, 151, 155–6, 208, 210, 287, 313

Myton Gate (in town wall), 186–7, 208, 376, 413–17

Myton Place, 448

Myton Ward, 8

Mytongate, 73–74, 155, 186–7, 412

N.

Napoleonic Wars, 179, 187–8, 207, 210–11, 351, 401, 403, 405

Narrow Entry, 235

Narrow Passage, 447

Narva (Russia), 133, 139, 143

Nation, John, 279

National Assistance Board, 324

National cinema, 421. See also Coliseum

National Electric Picture Theatres Ltd., 421, 423

National Fire Service, 380

National Health Service, 383–4, 386

National Provincial Bank, 459

National Radiator Co., 275

National Schools Soc., 241, 350–1

National Telephone Co., 262–3, 382– 3

Nautical Coll., 361

Navigation Laws, 242

Navy Commissioners, 401

Needler's Ltd., 253, 275

Neild, Jas., 438

Neile, Ric., Abp. of York, 98

Nelson St., 208, 420

Neptune Inn, 405, 437, 449

Neptune St., 396

Nesfield, Eden, 459

Netherhall, Sutton, 470

Netherlands, 50–52, 57, 132, 134, 137–43, 153–4, 401, 403. See also Holland

Nettleton (Netleton), Rob., 164; fam., 311

Neville (Nevile), John de (fl. 1376), 302–3, 468; John, Marquis of Montague, Earl of Northumberland, 25–26, 53; Ric., Earl of Salisbury (d. 1460), 23; Ric., Earl of Warwick and Salisbury (d. 1471), 24–26; Wm., Baron Fauconberg (later Earl of Kent), 24; fam., 23, 297

Neville St., 455

Nevis, Rob., 452

New Dagger Lane (Ebenezer) Chap., 213, 313–14. See also nonconformity

New George St., 276, 451

New Hebrew Congregation, 332

New Holland (Lincs.), 389, 395

New Hosp., see Ferries, Thos., Hosp. of

New Hall Flax and Cotton Mills, 224

New Jerusalem Church, see Swedenborgians

New Mechanics' Theatre, see Mechanics' Music Hall

New Palace Theatre of Varieties, later the Continental Palace, 419, 421

New Pin Soap, 274

New Subscription, later Lyceum, Library, 351, 426

New Theatre, 418–21

'new town' of Hull, 1, 11–13, 18

New York (U.S.A.), 220, 247

Newark, Hen. de, Dean and Abp. of York, 20

Newark (Notts.), 20

Newby (W.R.), 203

Newcastle, Earl of, see Cavendish, Sir Wm.

Newcastle (Northumb.), 22, 25, 54, 56, 67, 84, 124, 135–6, 138, 140, 144, 148, 181, 188, 210, 219, 248, 250, 252, 310, 392, 399, 417, 423; Trinity House, 399, 401–2

Newington, 6, 277, 310, 373, 378; Local Board, 378; School Board, 368

Newington Home for Girls, see Hull Temporary Home for Fallen Women

Newington Ward, 8

Newington Water Co., 373, 382

Newland, in Cottingham (E.R.), later separate par., 6, 20, 265, 277, 303, 310, 312–13, 353, 373, 378, 467

Newland Ch., see Beverley Rd.

Newland High Sch., 358–9. See also schools

Newland Methodist Ch., 340. See also nonconformity

Newland National Sch., 358. See also schools

Newland Orphan Homes, see Sailors Orphan Homes

Newland Park, 6

Newland St. John's Sch., 361. See also schools

Newland Ward, 8

Newmarch & Tealby, 185

Newport (Belgium), 57

newspapers, 428–32. See also under the papers there listed

Newton, Wm., 235

Newton Hall (sch.), 361. See also schools

Nicholson, Sir Chas., 309; John H., 360, 362

Nightingale,—, 406

Nile St., 448, 452

Nile St. (Trinity) Chap., 293, 314. See also nonconformity

Nimes (Gard), 406

Niven, Jas., 458

Noah play, 84, 166, 399

Noble, Jos., 429

nonconformity, 113–14, 119–20, 191, 194, 204, 213–14, 267, 277–8, 284, 308, 311–18, 340–1, 348, 350, 467. For histories of individual places of worship, see under relevant denomination in the alphabetical lists on pp. 319–30, and under name of chapel for references elsewhere in the volume

Norham (Northumb.), 19

Norman, Clarence, 432

Normandy (France), 64–65, 70, 132

Nornabell St., 282

North, Fred., Earl of Guilford, 204

North Bridge, 130–1, 152, 157, 167–9, 171, 219, 263, 387, 389–90, 449, 460, 470

North Church Side, 73

North-East Passage, 401

North Eastern Gas Board, 374

North Eastern Rly., 230–1, 247, 250– 2, 393, 395–6, 411, 438

North End, 73 n, 161, 371, 387, 412, 414

North Ferry, see ferries, over Riv. Hull

North Ferry Staith, 75, 387

North Gate, 78–79, 98, 148, 208, 377, 389, 412–16

North Hull estate, 276, 360

North Myton Ward, 4, 8

North Newington Ward, 8

North Pole St., 71, 79

North Sea, 1, 65, 93, 176, 225, 254, 272

North St., 315, 449–51

North St. (Bethel) Chap., 314, 318 n. See also nonconformity

North Ward, 4, 8, 35, 158, 160–1

North Yorkshire Moors, 277

Northern Association, The, 105

Northern Cemetery, 381

Northern Star, 242

Northern War, 177

Northumberland, Earls of, 23, 26. See also Dudley, John; Neville, John; Percy, Algernon, Henry (4), Henry Algernon

Northumberland, 80, 179

Northumberland Ave. Board Sch., 361. See also schools

Northumberland Ave. Nursery Sch., 361

Northumberland Ave. Special (educationally sub-normal) Sch., 361. See also schools

Norton, Bridget, see Bulmer

Norway, 14, 59–61, 67, 136–7, 139– 40, 142–3, 148, 153, 176–7, 184, 210, 221, 226, 255, 270–1

Norwich (Norf.), 162, 392

Norwood, Chas. M., 244, 269

Nottingham, 54, 184, 260, 356, 392

Nottinghamshire, 22, 54, 155, 175–6, 219

Nye, Phil., 107

O.

obits, 82–83, 90, 287, 295, 371

Oddfellows, 212

Odessa (Russia), 247

O'Donoghue, Denis J., 353

Oggar Lane, 170

Ogle, Harry, 416

Ogle's Tower, 416–18

oil-milling and seed-crushing industry, 151, 168, 178, 182, 188–9, 223, 226–7, 231, 248, 253–4, 257–60, 265, 272, 274, 456, †457, 460, 470

Okeover (Staffs.), 445

Old Beverley St., 73

Old Dagger Lane (Independent) Chap., 312–14, 317, 340. See also nonconformity

Old Dock, see Dock, The

Old Fleet, 464

Old Foundry, 189

Old Hebrew Congregation, 332

Old Hull, see Hull, Riv.

Old Town, frontispiece, 2, 4, 6, 8, 198–9, 208–9, 225 n, 231–3, 237, 245, 261, 263, 279, 332, 350, 358, 373–8, 380, 445, 447–8, 454, 456

Oldfre Lane, 73

Oliver, Francis, 430; Thos., 312

'Oliver the Spy', 206

O'Neill, Augustus J., 206

Open Air and Theatre Mission, 329

Open-air Sch., 358. See also schools

Operatives' Conservative Association, 244

Orchard Park estate, 280

Ordnance Office, 416–17

Orkney Islands, men of, 50

Osborne (Osbourne), Chas., 116; Geo., 300–1; Thos., Earl of Danby (later Marquesss of Carmarthen and Duke of Leeds), 113, 115–16; Thos. (fl. 1803), 194; —, 184

Osborne St., 280

Osborne St. Board Sch., 354, 358. See also schools

Osborne St. (Baptist) Chap., 314. See also nonconformity

Osborne St. (Bethesda) Chap., 314, 316, 318. See also nonconformity

Osbourne, see Osborne

Osbourne & Sons, 185

Oslo (Norway), 61

Oslo Fjord, 136

Ostend (Belgium), 178

Ote (fl. 1066), 461

Otley (W.R.), 349

Ouse, Riv. (Yorks.), 54, 131, 152, 174, 178, 185, 219

Ousefleet, John de, 20

Ousefleet (Lincs.), 20

Oversal, John, 93, 288; fam., 159

oversea trade: before 1500, 1, 13–14, 19, 40–52, 54–55, 58–70, 89; 1500–1700, 1, 128, 132–49, 172–3; 1700–1835, 1, 174–85; after 1835, 1, 219–22, 245–9, 270–3, 283–4. See also cloth; coal; corn; flax; hide; iron; lead; timber; wine; wool trades.

Overton, Rob., 106–9

Owen, Rob., 355; Wm. H., 359

Owstwick Monthly Meeting, 312

Oxford, New Coll., 292; University, 339

Oxford cinema, 422

Oysel, Ric., 17–19, 29, 70

P.

Page, Jos., 406, 445–7, 449

Page's Sq., 445, 447

Paget, Rob., 398

Painter, Geo., 442

paint-making industry, 178, 188–9, 216, 223, 226, 235, 253, 465–6

Paisley St. Board Sch., 361 n. See also schools

Palatinate (Rhenish), 99; Elector of, see Charles Louis

Palladium skating-rink, 421

Palmer, John, 392

Paragon Arcade, 459

Paragon House, 396

Paragon Station, 254, 263, 276, 280, 283, †386, 393, 394–6, 409, 425

Paragon Ward, 8

Paris, 221; Opera House, 382

Park Ave., 458–9

Park Rd. (All Saints') Sch., 353. See also schools

Park St. (Unitarian) Ch., 317, 340–1. See also nonconformity

Park Ward, 8

Parker, Geo., 292; John C. (fl. 1808), 429; John (fl. 1847), 292

Parkin,—, 308

Parkinson, J. F., 327

parks and gardens, 237, 241, †282, 382

Parliament, 95, 102–5, 107, 187; House of Commons, 98, 101–2, 260, 315; House of Lords, 251; constituencies, in Hull, 6, 8, 269; representation of Hull, 39–40, 100–2, 125, 200–6, 242–5, 269, 278–9, 286, 405, 434; members for Hull, 23, 36, 42, 104, 106, 126, 405, 448; by name, 20, 24, 31, 34, 39, 60, 66, 81–82, 100–2, 107, 113–17, 123, 127, 165, 201–6, 242–4, 247, 269, 278–9, 286, 309, 313, 350, 355, 426

Parliament St., 208, †209, 405, 447, 448

Parmentier, Jas., 292

Patrick, Ric., 304

Patrington, 392; Rural District, 373–4

Paull (E.R.), 85, 188, 300–1, 344, 401, 464. See also Marfleet

Pavement, 72

Pavilion cinema, 421

Peacock, John, 312

Pead, Ann, 338; Benj., 338

Pearson (Peyrson), John, 303; Zachariah, 230, 237, 382, 458

Pearson Park, 6, 219, 237, 382, 433 n, 458

Pease, Jos. (d. 1778), 184, 188, 197, 340, 447, 454; Jos. R. (d. 1807), 447–8, 451; Jos. R. (d. 1866), 220, 245, 454; Jos. W. (d. 1882), 231, 292

Peck, Geo., 292; Rob., 428; Thomasin, 428; Wm., 347. See also Peke

Peckitt, Wm., 406

Peke, Ric., 289. See also Peck

Pelham, Peregrine, 102–4, 117, 127, 142

Pendered, Wm., 313

Pennines, 135, 174–5

Pentecostal Churches (later Assemblies of God), 318, 319, 329

People's Mission, 329

'People's Park', 237

Percy, Algernon, Earl of Northumberland (d. 1668), 101; Hen., Earl of Northumberland (d. 1408), 69; (as Baron Poynings), 23; Hen., Earl of Northumberland (d. 1455), 52; Hen., Earl of Northumberland (d. 1461), 24–25; Hen., Earl of Northumberland (d. 1489), 26; Hen. Algernon, Earl of Northumberland (d. 1527), 90; John, 60; Ric., 23; Sir Rob. de, 20; Thos., Lord Egremont, 23–24, 53; fam., 26, 292

Percy St., 452, 455; Quaker meetingplace in, 318; see also nonconformity

Perkins, John, 429; Ric., 118, 123, 160; Miss, 350

Perrott, Eleanor, 347; Ric., 97–98; Lady, 346

Peruzzi, of Florence, 65

Petchell, Thos., 356

Peterborough (Northants.), 220, 395

Peterson, Steven, 347

Pettenger, Wm., 339

Pettingell, Frank N., 326

Pexton, Eliz., 344; Wm., 344; Almshouses of, 344

Peyrson, see Pearson

Philips (Phillips), Francis, 303, 306; —, 416

Picardy (France), 68

Pickard, John (d. 1801), 189; John K. (d. 1843), 460

Pickering, Chris., 311, 344, 382, 386, 425; Homes of, 344–5; Ernest, 302

Pickering Home for Girls, 386

Pickering Park, 382

Pickering Rd., 282–3

Pickering Ward, 10

Picture Palace, 422

Picture Playhouse, see Hippodrome

Picturedrome, later Ritz, 422

Pierrepont, Wm., Earl of Kingston, 115–16

Pig Alley, 410

Pilgrimage of Grace, 91–92, 414

Pilot Office, 453, 471

piracy, 13, 49, 52–53, 60, 62–65, 99, 106, 135, 138

Pitt, Wm., the younger, 201

plague, 74 n, 97, 100, 125–6, 154–7, 159, 162, 376, 402–3, 407, 412

Plate, Riv. (Argentine), 248–9

Plaxton, Eliz., 292; Rob., 312

plays, players, 84, 96, 166, 399, 409, 418

Plymouth, Earl of, see Hickman, Thos.

Plymouth (Devon), 189

Plymouth Brethren, 316–18, 320

Pocklington (E.R.), 16, 313, 374

Poland, 176, 222, 258

Pole, Sir Edm. de la (fl. 1408), 341; Edm. de la, Earl of Suffolk (d. 1513), 27, 79, 82, 93 n, 341; John de la (fl. 1319), 81; John de la, Duke of Suffolk (d. 1491), 26, 79, 377, 414; Kath. de la, 81–82, 85, 292; Mic. de la, Earl of Suffolk, Lord Chancellor (d. 1389), 27, 69, 77, 82, 303, 333, 341, 468, 473; Mic. de la, Earl of Suffolk (d. 1415), 27, 79 n; Sir Ric. de la, 27, 29, 33, 39, 43, 45, 54, 69, 79, 81, 85, 288, 292; Sir Wm. de la, sr. (d. 1366), 22, 27, 29–31, 33, 39, 44, 66, 69, 73, 79–82, 85, 288, 292; Sir Wm. de la, jr. (d. 1366), 79, 85, 292, 334; Wm. de la, Duke of Suffolk (d. 1450), 77; fam., 4, 19, 22, 39, 44, 57–58, 76– 77, 79, 85, 291–2, 297, 436

Pole St., 72–73, 79

police, 199–200, 216–18, 231, 242, 260, 283, 379, 439–40

Police Library, 427

politics, 21–26, 102–7, 112–16, 201–6, 215–17, 242–5, 269–70, 278–9, 286; Chartists, 222, 232, 242; Conservatives, 206, 243–4, 269–70, 278–9, 286; Independent Labour Party, 278; Labour supporters, 268–9, 278–9, 286; Liberals, 200 n, 206, 243–5, 247, 269–70, 278–9, 286, 421; Municipal Association, 278, 286; Philosophic Radical, 233; Radicals, 200, 206, 215–16, 242–5, 247, 268–70, 428–9; Tories, 114, 116, 202–3, 206, 216–17, 242, 353, 428, 430; Whigs, 113–14, 116, 119, 202–3, 205–6, 216, 269, 353, 429

Pontefract (W.R.), 26, 46, 54

Pool, Chas. (d. c. 1740), 297, 306, 472; Chas. (d. 1799), 297–8, 307–8, 463–4, 475; Chas. (fl. early 19th cent.), 307, 464;—, 268

Poor-Law Board, 232, 237–8

'Poor Pound' (charity), 337

poor relief, 4 n, 129, 162–4, 196, 198, 210–12, 218, 231–2, 237–8. See also Corporation of the Poor, Hull Bd. of Guardians; Sculcoates Bd. of Guardians; workhouses

Popple, Edm., 118, 160; Israel, 461; Wm., 104, 337

population, 20, 72, 81, 157–9, 189– 92, 215, 231, 245, 272, 277, 279

Port of Hull Soc. for the Religious Instruction of Seamen, 316, 318, 321, 323, 329–30, 352, 366, 386. See also Sailors' Orphan Homes

Porter, Mary, 337; Mrs., 369

Porter St., 276

Porter St. (Methodist) Chap., 294, 419. See also nonconformity

Porter's Entry, 170

Portugal, 59, 64–65, 67, 133, 138, 176, 182, 184, 220, 222

Post Office, 262–3, 382–3; PostmasterGeneral, 263

postal service, 166, 382, 388–9, 391–2, 437

Posterngate, 73, 169, 406, 449

Potter, Ant., 289; Douglas, 310

Pottery, 293, 315, 367

Potts, W., 382

Pountefrette, Ric., 335

Poynings, Baron, see Percy, Hen.

Pozzi, Wm., 356

Practical Christianity, Soc. of, 329

Prattie, widow, 347

Premier Oil and Cake Mills, 274

Presbyterians, 108, 111–12, 167, 203, 213, 311–18, 327

Preston, Rob. de, 22; Wm., 304

Preston (E.R.), 373, 391

Preston Rd., 8

Priestman, Sam., 231, 240

Priestman Brothers, 275

Priests' Row, 170

Primitive Methodist Conference, 315

Prince, Geo., 428

Prince's Ave., 458, 467

Prince's Ave. (Fish St. Memorial) Ch., 317, 340–1. See also nonconformity

Prince's Dock, see Junction Dock

Prince's Dock St., 449

Prince's Hall cinema, later Curzon, 421–3

Princess St., 314

Priory cinema, 422

Priory Rd., 276, 280

Prison Commission, 438

prisons, 15, 20, 23, 30, 32, 38, 53, 76–77, 82, 97, 114, 126, 168, 200, 206, 209, 218–19, †409, 416, 433, 437–9

privateering, 62, 133

Privy Council, 99–101, 115, 117, 119, 136, 155–6, 401, 403, 415

Proby, Pet., 101

Progressive Christians, 329

Prospect St., 209, 263, 279, 283, 459, 467

Prospect St. (St. John the Evangelist's) Ch., 317. See also nonconformity

prostitution, 38, 75, 242

Protestant Hall (or Institute), Kingston Sq., 317. See also nonconformity

Providence Chap., see Hope St.

Prussia, 61–62, 176–7, 210, 222, 242

Pryme, Abraham de la, 112, 124, 165, 214, 290, 443; Geo., 451–2, 455; Mrs., 451–2, 455

Pryme St., 451–2

public health, 192, 215, 218, 231–7, 253, 264–6

Public Rooms (Assembly Rooms), 209, 356, †387, 419, 420–1, 422–3, 452–3, 467

public transport, 380–1. See also trams

Public Works Loan Board, 236

Pulleyn, Jonathan, 430

Pulsford, John, 314

Pulteney, Harry, 201, 203

Pund, Adam, 39, 64; Wm., 66

Pursey, E. Harry, 286

Pursglove, Rob., 92

Putfra, Nic., 21, 295

Pycock, Aaron, 445; Geo., 302, 383, 447, 449, 453

Pygge, Hen., 466

Q.

Quakers, see Friends

quays, see legal quay; staiths

Queen St., 72–73, 208, 407–8, 411, 420, 443, 459

Queen Victoria Sq., 209, 293, 440

Queen's Dock, see Dock, The

Queen's Gardens, 2 n, 209, †282, 283, 382, 418

Queen's Hall, Alfred Gelder St. (Methodist), 317–18. See also nonconformity

Queen's Hotel, 451

Queen's House, 283

Queen's Theatre, see Royal Amphitheatre

Queen's Ward, 8

Quern House, 424

Quin, Hen., 430

R.

Ragged and Industrial (later Truant) Sch., 242, 352–3, 357. See also schools

Raikes, Rob., 220; Thos., 104–5, 117, 122, 142, 160; Wm., 118, 142; fam., 161

Raikes, Currie & Co., 184–5

Railway Dock, 229, 279, 455–6, †456

Railway St., 392–3, 396

Railway Workers' Union, 259

railways, 1, 174, 216, 219–20, 222, 225, 227–8, 245–6, 248–54, 256, 258–9, 280, 392–7

Ralli Brothers, 256

Ram, Steph. A. Scott, 297

Ramsden, John (d. 1637), 156; John (fl. later 17th cent.), 106–7, 113–16, 118, 142, 161; Wm., 113–14, 156, 337; fam., 122–3

Ramsey, Thos., 428

Ramsgate (Kent), 225

Rand, John, 472

Randerson, —, 268

Rank, Jos., 224, 256, 267, 339

Rank & Sons, 456

Rankine, And., 383, 428

Ratcliffe, Rob., 345; Hosp. of, 343, 345

Ravenchil (fl. 1066), 461

Ravenser, Ric., Archdeacon of Lincoln, 288, 335

Ravenser, 16, 20–22. See also Spurn Head

Ravenser's and Selby's Hosp., 335, 346

Rawcliffe (W.R.), 85

Rawson, John, 428

Raysyn, Rog., 466

Really Deserving Foreigners, Soc. for the Relief of, 242

Recard, John, 35, 66

Reckitt, Francis, 384, 427; Fred., 345; Homes of Rest of, 345; Isaac, 240; Sir Jas., 266 n, 339, 345, 384, 426, 458; Haven of, 345; Juliette, 345; Haven of Rest of, 345; Kath., 339; Sir Phil., 384

Reckitt & Sons Ltd., 253, 275, 345, 359

Reckitt Garden Village, 266 n, 277, 317, 321, 345, 427, 458

recusancy, see religion

Red Cross, fishing co., 255

'Redelayn', 170

Reed, John, 188

Reed St., 455

Reedbarowe, Ric., 49

Reedness (Lincs.), 85

Regal cinema, 422–3

Regent cinema, see Kinemacolour Palace

Regional Coll. of Art, see Sch. of Art

Regis cinema, 422–3

'Rein Deer', inn, 392

religion: religious groups, evangelicalism, 212–13, 217, 239, 241, 267, 287, 290, 293, 298; Jesuits, 241; Lollardy, 90; Lutheran heresy, 90; Protestantism, 90, 94–96, 100, 112, 115–16, 126; Puritanism, 95–98, 107–9, 112, 166, 289, 301, 303, 307, 311; recusancy, 96–98, 112, 415; Seminarists, 97; Separatists, 97, 107–8. See also Jews; nonconformity; Roman Catholics

religion: religious life, 83–84, 90–98, 107–12, 212–14, 239–41, 266–8, 277–8, 284, 286; parish churches, 287–311; and see under the chs. there described

religious houses, 333–5. See also under the houses there listed

'Religious Soc.', 369

Remington, Mat., 466

Rennard, Jos., 295, 337

Rennie, John, 187

Resurrection, guild of the, 289

Reval (Russia), 139

Revell, John, 371 n

Rex cinema, 422–3

Reynolds, Sir Joshua, 292

Rheam, fam., 466

Rhine, Riv. (Rhenish wine), 51, 67

Rialto cinema, see Coliseum

Richard I, King, 13

Richard II, King, 23, 413 n

Richard III, King (as Duke of Gloucester), 26, 398

Richard, Duke of York, 24

Richardson, Chris., 120; John, 465; fam., 161

Richemount Grey, Baron of, see Grey, Thos.

Rickman, John, statistician, 190

Riddell, Edw., 447; Thos., 407, 447– 9, 451

Rievaulx Abbey (N.R.), 54

Riga (Russia), 136, 139, 143, 177, 247

Riley, John T., 357, 359

Riley High Sch., 358, 360–1

Ringham's Music Hall and Canterbury Hall, see Mechanics' Music Hall

Ringrose, John R., 231; Wm., 449 rioting, 22–23, 30, 32, 194, 199, 200, 375

'Ripland' (Low Countries), 68

Riplingham, John, 288, 335, 345; Hosp. of, 335–6, 345; Wm., 41, 77–78; fam., 74

Riplingham, in Rowley (E.R.), 20

Ripon, Earl of, see Robinson, Fred.

Risby, in Rowley (E.R.), 20, 294

Risby (Lincs.), 85

Rise (E.R.), 363

Ritz cinema, see Picturedrome

rivers, 1, 54, 141, 152, 174–5, 178, 185, 219, 228, 390. See also Aire; Ancholme; Derwent; Don; Foss Dike; Foulness; Hull; Humber; Idle; Ouse; Tees; Thames; Trent; Tyne; Wilflete

Riverside Quay, †250, 253, 279, 284, 411

roads, leading to Hull, 1, 17, 19, 55, 82–83, 152, 174, 209, 347, 371, 390–2, 460, 470

Robinson (Robynson), Art., 307–8; Fred., Vct. Goderich, Earl of Ripon, 243; Herb., 301; John (fl. 1472), 41; John (fl. late 17th cent.), 120, 312; John H. (fl. 1856), 301–2; Lawr., 337; Rob. (fl. 1528), 90; Rob. (fl. 1630s), 293; Wm. (fl. 1427), 49; Wm. (fl. 1682), 345, 403; Almshouse (Hosp.) of, 345–6, 403–4, 407

Robinson Row, 73

Robson, Brian, 300; E., 268; Ebenezer, 347

Rochdale Canal, 175

Rochdale Report, 284

Rochester, Bp. of, see Alcock, John

Rockingham, Marquess of, see Watson-Wentworth

Rockingham and Hull Weekly Advertiser, 429

Rodford, John, 429

Rodley, Jos., 316

Rogers, Ada, 302; John (fl. 1541), 414; John (fl. 1650s), 117–18, 161; Nathaniel, 202; T. O., 349; Thos., 312; fam., 123, 159. See also Low

Rokeby, Thos., 461

Rolfe, Sir Rob. M., 352

Rolleston, Wm., 66

Rollit, Sir Alb. K., 354, 356, 442

Roman Catholics, 90, 111, 115, 204, 206, 213, 233, 239–41, 267–8, 277, 284, 315–16, 330–2; charities, 340– 1, 343; schools, 352, 357–8, 360–1. For individual places of worship see alphabetical list on pp. 331–2, and under name of ch. for references elsewhere in the volume

Romeyn, John le, Abp. of York, 15

Roos (Ros), Thos., Baron Roos, 23; fam., 465

Roos (E.R.), 392

Roper, Lancelot, 101, 104, 117–18

Ropery (later Humber St.), 78, 168, 409, 412, 416

Rose, Downs, and Thompson Ltd., 189, 257

Rosedale (N.R.), 277

Ross, Sir Jas., explorer, 193; Wm., 429

Rotenhering, John, 20, 29 n, 69, 81, 288, 387

Rotenhering Staith, 75

Rotherham (or Scott), Thos., Abp. of York, 288

Rotherham (W.R.), 174

Rotterdam (Holland), 134, 137, 148, 177, 221, 249

Rouen (Seine-Maritime), 64

Rough, John, 94

Rowland, Gertrude H., 358

Rowley (E.R.), 20. See also Riplingham; Risby

Royal Adelphi theatre, see Adelphi

Royal Amphitheatre, later Queen's Theatre, 419–20

Royal Clarence Theatre, see Minor Theatre

Royal Institution, 279 355–6, †387, 423–5

Royal Insurance Group, 459

Royal Kingston Theatre, see Minor Theatre

Royalty cinema, 422–3

Ruhr (Germany), 270

Runton and Barry, 324, 458

Rushworth, Wm., 406 n

Russell, Cooper, & Davies, 433

Russia, 133, 136, 176–7, 184, 210, 221–3, 232, 242, 246, 248–9, 258, 270–3, 396

Russia Co., 133, 136, 142

Rustenburg St., 458

Ruston (E.R.), 20

Rutherford, Rob., 313

Rutland, Earl of, see Manners, Rog.

Rylands, Jos., 223

'Rypun Lane', 74

S.

S.E. Yorks. Light and Power Co., 374

Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Sch., 358. See also schools

Sagg, Thos., 112

Sailors' Children's Soc., see Sailors' Orphan Homes

Sailors' Home, 239, 242, 445, 448

Sailors' Institute, 242, 356

Sailors' (Newland) Orphan Homes, later Sailors' Children's Soc., 352, 357, 386

'Sailors' Soc.', 212

St. Aidan's Ch., 300

St. Albans, Duke of, see Beauclerk

St. Albans (Herts.), battle of, 24

St. Alban's Ch., 310

St. Andrew's Ch., 277, 299

St. Andrew's Dock, 229, 252, 254, 280, 409; Extension, 253

St. Andrew's Ward, 10

St. Anne's guild, 289

St. Anthony's Convent, 331

St. Augustine of Hippo, Ch. of, 267, 310

St. Barnabas's Ch., 294

St. Bartholomew's mission ch., 277, 299, 310

St. Bede's Sch., 361. See also schools

St. Chad's Ch., 311

St. Charles Borromeo, Ch. of, 213, 240–1, †315, 341, 452. See also Roman Catholics

St. Charles's Roman Catholic Sch., 352, 358. See also schools

St. Clement's Ch., 305

St. Columba's Ch., 277, 299

St. Cuthbert's Ch., 310

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

St. Eloy's guild, 289

St. George Steam Packet Co., 221

St. George's Ch., 302

St. George's guild, 59, 90, 145, 289

St. George's Hall cinema, 422

St. George's Rd. Board Sch., 361 n. See also schools

St. Giles's Ch., 300–2

St. Gregory's guild, 289

St. Gregory's Roman Catholic Sch., 353. See also schools

St. Helen's guild, 295

St. Hilda's Ch., 302

St. James's Ch., Myton, 213, 239, 293, 294, 299, 311; par. charities, 337

St. James's Ch., Sutton, 305–9, †471

St. James's Coll., 300, 306, 308, 335, 462, 466, 473

St. James's guild, 295

St. James's maison dieu, 335

St. James's National Sch., 351, 356, 358. See also schools

St. John St., 209

St. John the Baptist's Ch., Newington, 277, 310

St. John the Baptist's guild, 58, 168, 289, 397

St. John the Evangelist's Ch., Drypool, 277, 293, 300

St. John the Evangelist's Ch. (Free Ch. of England), see Prospect St.

St. John the Evangelist's Ch., Hull, 213, 239, 290, 293, 300, 425

St. John the Evangelist's Ch., Newland, 213, 267, 277, 310

St. John's Coll., Beverley, 288, 460–1, 471 n

St. John's National Sch., 352. See also schools

St. John's Wood, 6, 322, 373

St. Jude's Ch., 293–4

St. Katherine's guild, 289

St. Luke's Ch., 293–4

St. Luke's Church of England Sch., 353. See also schools

St. Margaret of Scotland, Ch. of, 309– 10

St. Mark's Ch., 239, 309, 311, 316

St. Mark's Sq., 6, 209

St. Martin's Ch., 311

St. Martin D'Auchy Abbey (SeineInférieure), 300, 305

St. Mary and St. Peter, Ch. of, 310

St. Mary Lane, 170

St. Mary the Virgin's guild (Holy Trinity Ch.), 84, 289

St. Mary Ward, 4, 35, 158, 160–1

St. Mary's (St. Mary Lowgate), chapelry of North Ferriby (E.R.), later separate par., 2, 94, 157, 190, 213, 234, 245, 287, 290, 294–7, 312, 330, 350, 440; charities, 335, 337; library, 165, 295

St. Mary's (St. Mary Lowgate) Ch., advowson, 294; altars, lights, chantries in, 90, 295; churchwardens, 198; churchyard, 233, 297, 381; corporation meetings in, 434; fabric, 73, 76, 81, 83, 97, 110, 167, 212, 295–7, 310, †314, 414; guilds in, 83, 295; ministers, 94, 96, 108– 10, 267, 289, 294–5, 297; minor officials, 34–35

St. Mary's Ch., Sculcoates, 302–5, 467–8

St. Mary's Grammar Sch., 361. See also schools

St. Mary's guild (St. Mary's Ch., Lowgate), 295

St. Mary's Roman Catholic Sch., 352, 358. See also schools

St. Matthew's Ch., 294

St. Michael and All Angels, Ch. of, 300, 309

St. Michael's Ch., Coltman St., 294

St. Michael's Ch., Orchard Park, 310

St. Nathaniel, Chap. of, 299

St. Nicholas's Ch., 311

St. Ninian's Ch., see Chanterlands Ave.

St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Sch., 353. See also schools

St. Paul's Ch., 239, 277, 305, 337, 351–2

St. Peter's Ch., 213, 297–300, 310, 350

St. Petersburg (Russia), 177, 187, 221, 224, 270

St. Philip's Ch., Marfleet, 302

St. Philip's Ch., Sculcoates, 302, 305

St. Quintin, John, 461, 472; Mat. (fl. 1569), 461, 472; Mat. (fl. 1727), 203; Wm. de (fl. 1293), 16; Sir Wm. (d. 1724), 116, 202–3

St. Richard's High Sch., 361. See also schools

St. Saviour's Ch.., 309

St. Saviour's guild, 295

St. Silas's Ch., 305

St. Silas's Church of England Sch., 353. See also schools

St. Stephen's Ch., 239, 293, 294, 310, †314, 350, 352

St. Stephen's National Sch., 351, 353, 357. See also schools

St. Thomas's Ch., 294, 311

St. Vincent's Roman Catholic Sch., 357. See also schools

St. Wilfrid's Roman Catholic Sch., 353, 358. See also schools

Salem Chap., see Cogan St.

Salisbury, Earls of, see Cecil, Rob.; Neville, Ric.

Salisbury St., 459

Salt End, 251, 270, 273, 275, 280, 284, 380

salt, salterns, salt-house, 11, 64, 67– 68,78,132

Salthouse Lane, 72–74, 78, 188, 349, 412, 444

Salthouse Lane (Baptist) Chap., 313– 14, 316–17. See also nonconformity

Salthouse Lane National Sch., 355, 358. See also schools

Salthouse Lane Subscription Sch., 350. See also schools

Salts House Lane, Sutton, 470

Salvan (Salvayn), Eliz., 461, 472; Geo., 472; Sir John, 53; fam., 475

Salvation Army, 318, 327–8, 422

Salvation Mission, 329

Sampson, Thos., 308

Samuelson, Martin, 224–5, 227, 235, 240

Sandale, Rob. de, 29 n

Sanderson's, shipping co., 221

Saner St. Sch., 357. See also schools

Sanitary Association, 265

sanitation, 38, 57, 74–76, 155–6, 171, 191, 208, 232–6, 241, 245, 255, 264–6, 270, 353 n, 357, 376–7, 410, 414, 429

Sans Pareil Theatre, see Minor Theatre

Saunders, Wm., 269–70, 431

Saunderson, Wm., 343

Savile, Geo., Marquess of Halifax, 114; Sir Geo., 202–3

Savile St., 372, 449–52, 467

Savoy cinema, 422

Sayer (Sayer's) Creek, 12–13, 50, 474

Scale Lane, 73–75, 443

Scales, Chris., 347; Edw., 334; John, 35, 84, 288. See also Skaill

Scandinavia, 136, 176–7, 184, 221, 246–9, 399

Scania (Sweden), 61

Scaping, Zebedee, 369

Scarborough, Rob. of, Dean of York, 334

Scarborough (N.R.), 46, 57, 92, 146, 165, 392, 401

Scarbrough, Earl of, see Lumley

Scheemakers, Pet., 408

Schonswar, Geo. (fl. c. 1760), 406 n, 449; Geo. (fl. 1830), 206

School Children's Help Soc., 354

School Lane, 72–73, 348

School St., 72–74, 348

schools, for histories of individual schs. see the alphabetical lists on pp. 362– 70, and under name of sch. for references elsewhere in the volume

Science, Hall of, see 'Social Institution'

Scientific Soc., 423

Scoles, John J., 331

Scoop Dike, 208 n. See also Bush Dike

Scotland, 124; invasion from and wars against, 1, 19, 21–23, 26, 28, 54, 62, 81, 90, 93, 100, 149, 415; persons from, 50, 52, 94, 152, 232, 403, 429; trade with, 124, 135–6, 140, 179

Scott, Amelia, 337; Eleanor, 295, 337, 345, 368; Almshouses of, 345; Fred. A., 309; Sir Geo. Gilb., 292, 295, 297, 310, 459; Jas., Duke of Monmouth, 113–14; John (fl. 1685), 148; John (d. 1834), 213, 290, 295; John (d. 1865), 294–5; John (d. 1883), 267–8, 295, 297; Leon., 461; Thos. (fl. c. 1750), 406 n, 445, 449; Thos. (d. 1821), 213; Thos., see Rotherham; fam., 213

Scott St. Bridge, 390

Scott St. (Methodist) Chap., 314, 352. See also nonconformity

Scrope, Hen. le, 27; fam., 27

Sculcoates, Benet de, 11–12, 468

Sculcoates, 2, 4, 6, 27 n, 198, 208, 234, 302–5, 330, 424, 467–9; agriculture, 469; charities, 335, 337–8; ch., 302–5, 311, 349, 381, 467–8; industry, 467–8; man., 302, 467–9, 473; nonconformity, 312– 13, 467; par. govt., 468; population, 190–1, 231, 468; public services, 372–3, 375–6; workhouse, 440, 468

Sculcoates Board of Guardians (Union), 232, 234, 238, 245, 260, 440

Sculcoates Clough, 469

Sculcoates Girls' Sch., 351. See also schools

Sculcoates Gote, 13

Sculcoates Hall, 379, 467

Sculcoates Improvement Commissioners, 4, 199, 217, 231, 375, 377– 80, 467–8

Sculcoates Lane, 467; Bridge, 390

Sculcoates Registration District, 245, 265

Sculcoates Rural Dist., 373–4, 378

Sculcoates St. Mary's National Sch., 352. See also schools

Sculcoates St. Paul's National Sch., 352–3, 358. See also schools

Sculcoates Subscription (later National) Sch., 350–1. See also schools

Sculcoates Union, see Sculcoates Board of Guardians

Sea Fisheries, Royal Commission on, 225, 254

Sea of Azov, 220

seals, 28, 407, 441

Seamen's and Boatmen's Friend Soc., 329–30

Second World War, air raid damage in, 279, 339, 423, 443, 447, 451; to chapels and churches, 293–4 299–300, 305, 309–10, 318–28, 331 333; to public buildings etc., 284, 342, 345–6, 383–4, 396, 408, 419, 421–3, 424–5, 427, 432, 439–40; to schools, 360, 363–9; fire service, 380; wartime depot, 470; work delayed by, 378

Secretary of State, see Grey, Sir Geo.

Sedgewick, Thos., 300–1

seed-crushing industry, see oil-milling Selby, Hen. de, 23, 31, 64; Rob. de, 31, 44, 64, 66, 81, 291, 300, 335

Selby (W.R.), 174, 216, 219–20, 392–3, 402

Selby St. Sch., 357. See also schools

Servants' Sch., 350

Setting Dike, 379

Settle, Wm., 449, 469

Settrington (E.R.), 348

Seven Years War, 177, 179

Seventh Day Adventists, 318, 328

Sewer Lane, 73, 169–70

sewerage, see drainage

Seymour, Edw., Duke of Somerset, Protector, 93–94, 333

Shales, John, 113

Sharp, Jos. F., 236, 458 n; R. H., 420

Sharpeigh, Rob., 371

Shaw, Norman, architect, 459; Jas., 195; John (d. 1917), 341

Shawe, John (fl. mid-17th cent.), 108–11, 118, 165, 289, 295, 311–12

Sheahan, Jas. J., historian of Hull, 443

Sheffield, John, Earl of Mulgrave, 114

Sheffield (W.R.), 141, 174, 177, 179, 184, 219, 220, 354 n, 356, 392, 396

Shelford, Wm., 396

Shell-Mex Ltd., 273

Shepherd, Jas., 188

Sheppard, Thos., 425

Sherburn cinema, 422

Sherwin, —, 351

Sherwood Forest, 19

Shipping Federation, 259–60

ships: belonging to Hull, 68–69, 92, 132–3, 144, 148, 181, 221, 246–50, 272, 401; prevented from entering the haven, 24, 98, 155–7; provided and repaired by Hull for the king, 19, 21–23, 25, 27, 40, 90, 93, 98–99, 106, 148, 401; regulations concerning ships in the haven and docks, 37, 45–46, 48–49, 51, 69, 76, 130–1, 170, 185–6, 208, 402; seized at Hull, 14, 68; using the Riv. Humber, 49, 131, 220, 401–2; at Hull, otherwise mentioned, 103, 112, 131, 186, 219, 252; by name: Albano, 248; Angelo, 248; Anthony, 60, 68; Bravo, 248; Christopher, 64, 69; Desire, 148; Dragon, 130; Gabriel, 69; George, 65, 69; Goganne, 69; Goodyear, 69; Grace Dieu, 68; Harmony, 182; Hercules, 104; Hopewell, 147; Humber, 188; James, 69; Jonet, 65; Katherine, 63; Kingston, 148; Leonard, 65; Lethenerd, 23; Margaret, 64; Mary, 68; Mary Bedford, 25; Mary Northeby, 25; Maryknight, 61; Nicholas, 21, 68; Pallas, 234; Peter, 60, 64, 69; Philip, 61; Prosperous, 148; Raymond, 221; Revenge, 403; Romeo, 248; Saintmaryship, 63; Samuel Spyvee, 221; Southampton, 352, 366; Trinity, 21; Valentine, 60; William Lee, 221; York, 182. See also shipbuilding and, for shipping in general, oversea trade

shipbuilding and repairing industry, 148, 150, 168, 179, 188, 208, 224–5, 235, 240, 254, 257–9, 273–5, 418 n, 468

Shires, Wm., 119; fam., 161

Shirley, Thos., 203

Shoare, John, 110

Sibree, Jas., 234, 241, 314

Siddons, Sarah, actress, 418

Sidmouth, Viscount, see Addington

Sidmouth St. Sch., 357. See also schools

sieges, of Hull, 91, 103, 105, 107, 115, 168, 341, 375, 415–16, 464, 466

Silver St., 73, 169

Simeon, Chas., 213; Trustees of, 298, 300–1

Simmons, Jos., 429

Simnel, Lambert, 26

Simonson, Pet., 52

Simpson, Edw., 294; Jas., 327; Pet., 346

Singapore, 249

Sissons, Wm., 324, 457

Sissons Bros., 189

Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, 331, 341

Sisters of Mercy, 331, 359, 367

Skaill (Skayll), Wm., 84, 290; fam., 73. See also Scales

Skegness (Lincs.), 319

Skelton, Mat., 302

Skinner, Wm. (d. c. 1680), 118, 123, 161, 303, 337; Wm. (fl. 1689), 120

Skipsea (E.R.), 16

Skirlaugh Rural Dist. (E.R.), 373–4

Sledmere (E.R.), 202–4

Slingsby, Sir Hen., 106–7

Sluys (Holland), 68

Smeaton, Wm., 125

Smeaton, Lit. (W.R.), 85

Smethley, Ant., 461

Smirke, Sir Rob., 453

Smith, Abel, 294; Bernard, 104, 123; F. W., 317; Frances (fl. 1606), 472; Frances (fl. 1689), 337; Gerard, 251, 395; Hen., 107; Jas., 232–4, 237, 454; Melchior, 95–96, 97 n, 289; Ric. G., 304–5, 332, 419, 458; Sydney H., 286; Theophilus, 97; Thos., 341

Smith, T. J., and Nephew, 275

Smith and Brodrick, 294, 305, 308–10, 385, 459

Smith, Brodrick, & Lowther, 331

Smith's Bank, 184, 449, 453

smuggling, 44, 144, 177, 184–5

Smythson, Edm., 461

Smythus, Tidman, 52

Snaynton, Wm. de, 23, 75, 81

Snaynton Place, 77

Snell, H. S., & Son, 384

Snetzler, John, 291

Snowden, Benj., 350

Soane, Sir John, 407, 453

'Social Institution' (or Hall of Science), 355

society for literary information, 191, 214, 351, 423

Solicitor-General, see Rolfe

Sollitt, John D., 353, 355

Solomons, Hen., 286

Somerset, Duke of, see Seymour

Somerset Hall, 77

Sonkye, John, 462, 473

Sound (entrance to Baltic Sea), 60, 62, 133, 139, 144, 243, 246

South Bridge, 387, 390

South Church Side, 408

South End, 49, 73 n, 75–76, 98, 100, 167–8, 170, 207–8, 369, 371, 376–7, 388, 390, 413–15, 417–18, 420; Tower, 416

South Ferry, see ferries, over Riv. Humber

South Myton Reform Association, 237

South Myton Ward, 4, 8

South Myton Wesleyan Sch., 352–3. See also schools

South Newington Ward, 8

South St. (Baptist) Chap., 314, 317. See also nonconformity

Southampton (Hants), 13, 45–46, 64, 132 n, 421 n

Southcoates, in Drypool, 345–6, 391, 460–4; agriculture, 297, 462–4; chap., 300, 460, 462; communications, 390–1; manors, 298, 460–2, 472; population, 460; public services, 374, 376, 395

Southcoates Lane Sch., 357. See also schools

Southcoates Ward, 10

Spacy, Eliz., 337

Spain, 63–65, 67–68, 98, 133–5, 138, 140, 176, 184, 220, 222, 399, 401, 415

Spence, E., 338

Spencer, Hen. R., 294, 302, 311

Spender, Jas. A., 270, 428

Spiritualists, 318, 328

Spitzbergen (Norway), 136, 399, 401

Spivy, John, 312

Spofford, John, 303, 307

sports and pastimes, 38, 166, 209–10

Spring Bank, 6, 209, 237, 276, 380, 453, 467

'Spring Bank Improvement Soc.', 209

Spring Bank (Presbyterian) Chap., 317, 340. See also nonconformity

Spring Dike (Ditch), 237, 372, 467

Spring St., 453

Springhead, wells and waterworks at, 237, 264, 276, 371–3, †386; railway works at, 396

Spurn Head (E.R.), 16, 23 n, 49, 131, 401–2; 'Ravenser Spurn', 26; 'Ravenspur', 23

Spurr, Thos., 459

Stade (Germany), 144

Stafford, Hen., Duke of Buckingham, 26; Humph., Duke of Buckingham, 23

Staffordshire, 175–6, 178, 219

Stainton, Rob., 313

staiths (jetties, wharves), 18–19, 24, 40, 42, 45, 48–49, 72–76, 84, 119, 130–2, 168, 183, 185, 207–8, 375–7, 387, 402, 415, 417, 436, 465

Stamford (Lincs.), 20

Standidge, Sir Sam., 182–4

Stanewell, Leon. M., 18 n

Stangroom, Mr., 407

Stanhope, Chas., Lord Mahon, later Earl Stanhope, 205; Sir Edw., 347; John, 461–2; Sir Mic., 93–94, 288, 306, 333, 414, 462, 466; Wal. Spencer, 202, 204

Staniforth, John, 205–6, 355

Staple, Merchants of the (Staplers), 66, 132, 141

staples, staple towns, 65–66, 134, 138

Stapleton (Stapelton), Miles de, 29 n; fam., 461, 472

'Star', inn, 428

Star Music Hall, see Mechanics' Music Hall

Stark, A. (fl. 1807), 429; Archibald (fl. 1935), 339

Station Hotel, 424

Staunton Harold (Leics.), 445

Staveley, fam., 311

Steam Trawling, Royal Commission on, 225

Steemson, Thos., 188

Stephens (Stevens), Rob., 337; Wm., 473

Stephenson (Stevenson), Ant., 97, 165; Wm., 429–30

Stephenson & Co., 183

Stepney, 395–6

Stepney Lane, 467

Steton, John, 35

Stettin (Germany), 69, 247

Stevedores and Dockers, National Association of, 284

Stevens, see Stephens

Stevenson, see Stephenson

Stewart's Yard, 235

Steynburg St., 458

Stirling, Mat., 396; Pat., 396

Stockdale, Alex., 93, 288, 469; Rob., 469; fam., 122–3

Stockholm (Sweden), 137, 139, 143, 148

Stokesley (N.R.), 365

Stoneferry, in Sutton on Hull, 6, 306, 338, 340–1, 346, 467, 470, 475; agriculture, 473; communications, 387, 460; nonconformity, 312; public services, 373–4; waterworks near, 218, 233, 237, 264, 372–3, 381

Stoneferry Bridge, 390

Stoneferry Green, 381

Stoneferry Ward, 10

'Stonehouse' (tower), 77

Storicker, John, 407

Story, John, 425 n

Story St., 452

Stovin, Aistroppe, 448

Stow, Dav., 365

Strabolgi, Baron, see Kenworthy

Strafford, Earl of, see Wentworth

Stralsund (Germany), 61

Strand cinema, 421

Strangways, Eleanor, 472

Stratten, Thos. (d. 1854), 314; Thos. (d. 1904), 341, 353, 369

Street, Geo. E., 303–4

streets: cleansing, 38, 74, 376–7; paving, repair and lighting, 40, 46, 171, 191, 198, 208, 218, 231, 236–7, 263, 374–6

Strickland, Thos., 107

strikes, 225, 247, 258–60, 268, 284

Strother, John, 84

Stut, Maud, 77

Stutville, Wm., de, 12

Styles, Wm., 98, 104, 108–110, 289

Subscription Mill, 256

Suckling, Sir John, 101

Suffolk, Dukes and Earls of, see Pole

'Suffolk Palace', see manor-house

sugar-refining, 151, 168, 189, 223, 460, 467, 469

Summer Theatre, see Minor Theatre

Summergangs, 297, 460, 462–3

Summergangs Dike, 460, 470, 473–4

Summergangs Hall, 385

Summergangs, later Holderness, House, 244, 343, 460

Sunderland (Durham), 140, 181, 188, 210, 392

Surgeons, Royal Coll. of, 340

Sutcotes, Thos., 308

Sutherland, John, 234

Suthwik, 17, 19, 70

Sutton, Agnes, m.—Hastings, 461, 472; Constance, m. (1) Peter Mauley, (2) Sir John Godard, 461; Sir John de, 306, 308–9, 387; Jos., 312; Margery de, m. Peter Mauley, 461; Saer de, 13 n, 14, 297, 300, 306, 390, 473–4; Sir Thos. de, 461, 472; Wm. de, 11; fam., 391, 461, 472–3

Sutton on Hull, 2, 6, 8, 112, 276, 301, 303, 305–10, 311–13, 337–8, 340, 379, 384–6, 460, 462, 470–5; agriculture, 470, 473–5; charities, 335, 338, 341, 470; churches, 305– 10, 335, 381, 384, 470, 473; industry, 470; man., 13–14, 128, 195–6, 300, 387, 415, 471–3; nonconformity, 311–13, 470; par. govt., 471; population, 471; public services, 373–4, 376, 380, 426; workhouse, 440, 471. See also Stoneferry

Sutton Church of England Sch., 358. See also schools

Sutton Coll., see St. James's Coll.

Sutton Consolidated Charities, 338

Sutton Drain, 378

Sutton Feast, 470

Sutton Grange, 470–1

Sutton House, 470–1

Sutton Ings (district), 309

Sutton Marr, 473, 475

Sutton Rd., 280, 283, 470; Bridge, 390

Sutton Sch. for the Deaf, 358. See also schools

Sutton, Southcoates, and Drypool Gas Co., 374, 376

Sutton Trust, 276

Sutton Ward, 8, 10

Sutton Without, 373, 471

Swan, John, 25, 40, 66, 80, 289; Thos., 122

Swanland, in North Ferriby (E.R.), 4, 12, 85, 190, 391

Swattock, Lawr., 31, 82, 84

Sweden, 60–61, 137, 141–3, 148, 174, 176–8, 184, 210, 221–2, 243, 246, 270–1; mission for seamen from, 318

Swedenborgians, 313, 315, 318, 328

Swerd, Rog., 69

Swine (E. R.), 2, 297–8, 460, 465, 471. See also Bilton; Drypool; Southcoates

Swine Lathes, see Drypool Grange

Swine Priory, 297, 300, 390, 462, 473

Switzerland, 175

Sydney, Sir Wm., 93, 341, 387, 461, 472

Sykes, Dan., 202, 206, 350–1; Jos., 195, 202, 451–2; Mark (d. 1823), 204; Sir Mark (d. 1919), 278; Ric., 195, 197, 202–4, 206; fam., 202, 205, 429

Sykes, Jos., & Sons, 183–4

Sykes St., 452

Sykes St. (Tabernacle) Chap., 314– 15. See also nonconformity

Symes, J. E., 356

T.

Taganrog (Russia), 220

Tan House, later Waterhouse, Lane 170, 410–11

Tattershall Castle (Lincs.), 54

Taverner, John, 65, 68

taxation: alien subsidy, 52; assessments, tallages, 21, 23, 25–27, 29, 40, 52, 74, 81, 106, 110, 127, 155; aulnage, 55; hearth tax, 158, 160–2, 191, 460, 465, 468, 471; poll tax, 27, 72, 81, 460, 468, 471; ship money, 99, 154, 158–9, 401; subsidies and fractional taxes, 16, 22, 27, 80–81, 122, 126, 157 n, 159–60, 460, 465, 468, 471; wool taxes, 27

Taylor (Tayllour), Albert P., 321; Edw., 315; John, 293; Sir Rob., 446, 448; Thorstan le, 84

Technical Instruction, Royal Commission on, 356

Technology, Coll. of, 283, 359–61

Tees, Riv., 399

telegraph service, 382

Telephone House, 283, 383

telephone service, 253, 261–3, 321, 382–3

Tempest, Mic., 461

Temple, Jos., 427, 431

Terry, Avison, 216; Ric., 313; Wm., 53, 55, 62, 66, 68

Tesseyman, W., & Sons, 459

Thacker, John, 101

Thackray, Thos., 347

Thakker, John, 399

Thames, Riv., 1

Theatre de Luxe cinema, 421, 423

Theatre Royal, 210, 418–21

theatres, 209–10, 321, 418–20

Thomas, Abbot of Meaux, 305–6

Thompson, Benj., 294; Eliz., 464; Sir Hen., 122–3, 142; Jos., 350; Thos. (fl. 1791), 313; Thos. (fl. mid-19th cent.), 217; Thos. (d. 1865), 221, 454

Thompson, Thos. B., 319, 324, 326– 7; Thos. Perronet, 242–3; Wm., 122; Miss, 350; fam., of York, 142

Thompson, Messrs., 185

Thompson and Gelder, 324

Thomson, Wm., Abp. of York, 266

Thoresby St. Board (later Central) Sch., 354, 357. See also schools

Thornberry, —, 312

Thorne (W.R.), 188, 248

Thorngumbald (E.R.), 80, 344

Thornton, Godfrey, 460; Hen., 204; John (fl. later 16th cent.), 101, 123, 142; John (fl. 1607), 303; John (fl. 1702), 143, 183; John (fl. 1806), 205; Rob., 468; Sam., 201, 204–5, 294; Wm., 446, 460; fam., 213

Thornton Abbey (Lincs.), 462, 473

Thornton Hall, 317–18

Thornton-Varley, Ltd., 283

Thorp, Dav., 381, 438, 453; Steph. de, 465; Wm., 465–6; fam., 465–6

Thorpe, Francis, 125; T., 299; —, 449

Thursby, John, 56

Thurscross, Geof., 295–6, 442; Hen. (fl. earlier 16th cent.), 92–93, 159, 288, 334; Hen. (fl. 1614), 334; Joan, 295; Luke, 122; fam., 123, 334

Thwaytes, Edm., 34

Tickell, John, historian of Hull, 214, 335, 443

Tiger Inn, 334, 439

Tilery, see brickyards

Tillett, Ben, 247, 259

Tilworth Grange, Sutton, 470; Hosp., 383, 386

timber trade, 54, 61, 63, 134, 136–7, 139, 142–3, 177–8, 182, 184–5, 187, 216, 220, 222, 228, 248, 250, 253, 270–1, 273, 395

Tinsley (W.R.), 174

Tivoli Music-Hall, 419, 422

Todd, Chas. S., 236, 245; Wm., 84

Toft, Mary, 336, 344–5

tokens, trade, 153

tolls, see local customs

Topham, fam., 142

Topping, Thos., 428

Topsham (Devon), 305

Torbay (Devon), 115

Torr, John, 386

Torre, Jas., 303

Toulouse (Haute-Garonne), 64, 68

'Tower', house, 77

Tower cinema, 421

Towers, Thos., 449

town hall, see Guildhall

Townend, Ethel, 339, 385

Townend Maternity Home, 383, 385

Townshend, Rog., 203 n

Towton (W.R.), battle of, 24–25

Trade, Board of, 226, 229–30, 245, 247–8, 258, 356, 406

trams, 261–2, 380–1, 392

Tranby, in Hessle (E.R.), 4, 341

Tranby Croft, in Hessle (E.R.), 355

Transfiguration, Ch. of the, 310–11

Transport and General Workers Union, 284

Travis, Thos. H., 242, 266

Trawling, Royal Commission on, 254

Trent, Riv., 54, 174–5, 178, 185, 219

Trent and Mersey Canal, 175

Triangle Development Trust, 283

Trieste (Italy), 247–8

Trinder, Anderson & Co., 249

Trinity Chap., see Nile St. Chap.

Trinity House (guild, corporation), 84, 93, 113, 151, 184–7, 201–3, 205, 207, †209, 215, 228–9, 287, 289, 334, 397–407, 417, 433, 440, 466; almshouses, 333, 340, 344, 345–6, 398–400, 402–4, 406–7, 453; building by, 382, 398, 404–7, 445, 447–9, 453; chaplain, 108–10, 308, 398–9; charities, other than almshouses, 340, 403, 406; dispute with Merchants' Soc., 145, 150, 400; Navigation Sch., 214, 349, 352–3, 356, 361, 404, 406, 448; responsibility for shipping and seamen, 130–1, 144, 147–8, 201, 398–406

Trinity House Lane, 73

Trinity Is., 136

Trinity maison dieu, 335

Trinity National Sch., 352, 358. See also schools

Trinity Provident Soc., 406

Trinity Sq., 449

Trinity Ward, 4, 35, 158, 160–1

'Tripetyate', 79 n

Trippet, Rob., 337

Trippett, 2, 4, 6, 8, 27 n, 33–34, 57, 74, 78–80, 117, 168, 198–9, 208, 297, 305, 376, 381, 467–8

Trippett Baths, 381, 383

Trippett Industrial Sch., 352. See also schools

Trippett Ward, 35, 79

Truman, Geo., 400

Truslove, Alford, 461; Edw., 306

Tudor, Sam., 189

Tudors, Mash & Co., 189

Tupcoates in (with) Myton, 39, 79, 415

Turner, Anne, 338; Sir Chas., 202, 204–5

Tussaud, Madame, 418

Tutbury, Adam de, 80, 288; Agnes, 296; John, 31, 43, 49, 53, 55, 62, 64, 66, 68–69, 77–78, 80, 82–85, 288, 296; Lawr., 62; Rog. de, 80; Thos. de, 80; fam., 292

Tutbury (Staffs.), 80

Tween Dikes Rd., Sutton, 470

Twig, Mary, 301

Tyndale, Wm., 90

Tyne, Riv., 395; ports, 250; Tyneside, 135–6

Typling, Jas., 461; fam., 461

Tyser, Edw. J., 267, 295

U.

Uddevalla (Sweden), 184

Ughtred, Marg., see Godard; Rob., 461; Sir Thos., 461; fam., 472

Ulstor, John, 398

Underwood, John, 457

Unilevers, 274

Unitarians, 240, 313–17, 327, 349, 429; Unitarian Soc., 314

United Bands Church, 330

United Charities of Kingston upon Hull, 336

United Gaol and House of Correction, 438–9

United States of America, 182, 221, 247–8, 256

University Coll., now University, of Hull, 267, 278, †283, 286, 290, 295, 359–60, 362

University Grants Committee, 362

University Ward, 10

Upsale, Rob. de, 22, 65–66, 81; fam., 31

Utley, Wm., 94

V.

Vane, Sir Hen., 101–2, 107, 127

Vardö (Norway), 136

Varley, Wm., 407

Vaux, Chas., 125

Veere (Holland), 68

'Veilhull', see Hull, Riv.

Veltman, N., & Co., 221

Venn, Hen., 298, 350

Versailles (Seine-et-Oise), 331, 363

Vescy, Eustace de, 12; Sir Wm. de, 12 n, 16

Vestiarian Controversy, 95

Vevers, Ric., 118

Vicar Lane, 73, 78, 287

Vicar's Sch., 214, 349, 352, 355. See also schools

Victoria, Queen, 299

Victoria Almshouse, 346, 404, 407

Victoria Ave., 458

Victoria Dock, 222, 229, 231, 250–1, 299, 378, 395, 455

Victoria Dock Rly., 394–5

Victoria Galleries, 440

Victoria Hosp. for Sick Children, 383–5

Victoria Pier, 380, 389

Victoria Rooms, 421

Victoria Station, 395

Victory Christian Army, 329

Vietnam, 286

Villa Place Sch., 357. See also schools

Villiers, C. P., 206; Geo., Duke of Buckingham, 101

Vincent, Hen., 242

Virgin Mary, guild of, 58, 397

'Vittoria Tavern', 392

W.

Wade, Jos. A., 395

Wake, Thos., 391

Wakefield (W.R.), 46, 174–5, 392, 438; battle of, 24, 31

Wales, 232, 257

Walker, Jas., 187; Wm. (fl. 1788), 197; Wm. (fl. 1829), 454; Wm. S., 310

Walker Lane, 72

Walker St., 455

Walkington (E.R.), 85, 386

Waller, Mic., 432; Wm., 202

Wallis E., 356; Ebenezer, 428, 431; Ric., 428, 431; Thos., 312; Tower, 347

walls, see fortifications

Walpole, Sir Rob., 203 n

Walsham, Chas., 304

Walsingham, Sir Francis, 101

Walthall, Wm., 347

Waltham St. (Methodist) Chap., 317, 421. See also nonconformity

Walton, Thos., 188

Walton St., 412

War of Austrian Succession, 179

Ward, John, 425

Warden, Wm., 237, 372

Wars, see First World War; Hundred Years War; Napoleonic Wars; Second World War; Seven Years War; War of Austrian Succession; Wars of the Roses

wards, 4, 8, 24, 35–36, 126, 160–2, 164, 211, 216, 347, 375–6, 379. See also Albert; Alexandra; Austin; Beverley; Beverley Gate; Botanic; Central; Coltman; Drypool; East Central; East Sculcoates; Holderness; Humber; Lowgate; Marfleet; Market Place; Myton; Newington; Newland; North; North Myton; North Newington; Paragon; Park; Pickering; Queen's; St. Andrew's; St. Mary; South Myton; South Newington; Southcoates; Stoneferry; Sutton; Trinity; University; West Central; West Sculcoates; Whitefriar; Whitefriars

Ware, Isaac, 446

warehouses, 131, 185, †208, 447, 454–6,456–7, 465

Wars of the Roses, 23–26

Warton, Sir Mic., 113–14; Mr., 449

Warwick, Earls of, see Dudley, John; Neville, Ric.

Warwick, 20

Warwickshire, 175, 178

watch and ward, 23–25, 36, 98, 100, 103–4, 126, 155, 157, 207, 412

water supply, 4, 105, 156, 191, 200, 216, 231–3, 237, 264, 276–7, 282, 371–3; conduit, 25, 33, 75, 83, 371 408 n; dikes, 23 n, 31, 34, 36, 40, 42, 74–75, 78, 171, 208, 371–2; waterworks, 171, 196–7, 218, 237, 264, 276, 371–3, †386, 410

Waterhouse Lane, see Tan House Lane

Waterland, Hen., 301

Waterloo cinema, 422

Waterloo Mills, 274, 279, 456 n

water-mills, 18–19, 57, 70, 78–79, 474

Watkin, Edw., 396; Sir Edw., 396

Watkinson, Jas., 102–3, 104, 106, 117

Watson, Ann, 307–8, 338, 346–7, 368, 472 n; Hosp. of, 346, 368, 470; Art., 340; Chris., 297; Hen., 472; John, 398; Pet. W., 382; Sam., 195; Thos. (d. 1665), 472; Thos. (fl. 1811), 301; Thos., Bp. of St. David's, 165, 340, 346; Hosp. of, 335–6, 343–5, 346; Wm. (fl. 1563), 461; Wm. (d. c. 1721), 346; fam., 472

Watson-Wentworth, Chas., Marquess of Rockingham, 202–4

Watt, Wm., 384

Watten Lane, 170

Watton (E.R.), 373

Waugh, John, 406 n

Wawne (E.R.), 16, 301, 305–7, 470, 474–5

Wawne Drain, 280

Wawne Rd., Sutton, 470–1

Weaver's Hosp., 336, 344, 346, 372 n

Webster, John T., 302

Weddell, Wm., 202–3

Weelsby (Lincs.), 16

weigh-house, woolhouse, 33, 40–41, 43, 45–46, 48–49, 76–77, 125, 128–9, 131–2, 168, 196–7, 379, 434–6, 435

Weigh-house Staith, 75

weighing and measuring, 14, 29, 43– 44, 48–49, 51, 131–2, 146, 436 n. See also assize of bread and ale, weigh-house

Weighton, Lit. (E.R.), 396

Weighton, Market (E.R.), 374

'Welburn's', inn, 392

Welch, E., 293

Welfitt, Wm., 182

Wellington St., 208, 420

Wells, Ric., 428; Rob., 235–6, 245

Wellsted, Dosser, and Wellsted, 311

Welsh, Edw., 455–6

Welsh Church, 330

Welton (E.R.), 80, 220, 238, 312, 392

Welwick (E.R.), 80

Wentworth, Thos., Earl of Strafford, 100, 102; Wm., Earl Fitzwilliam, 202, 204–6

Wesley, John, evangelist, 213, 304, 313, 417

West Central Ward, 10

West Dock Co., 230–1

West Hull estate, 276

West Hull Hall, later Boulevard cinema, 421

West Hull Liberal Club, 421

West Indies, 182, 206, 210

West Parade (Methodist) Chap., 422. See also nonconformity

West Park, 263, 382

West Park Palace cinema, 421

West Sculcoates Ward, 8

West St., 467

West St. (Methodist) Chap., see Mil St.

Westbourne Ave., 458–9

Westbourne Estate, 458

Western Cemetery, 381

Western Dock, 230

Western General Hosp., 383, 385, 440

Western Hebrew Congregation, 332

Westfield Cottage Farm, Sutton, 471

Westmacott, Sir Ric., 383 n

Westminster Bank, 459

Westmorland, 54

Wetwang, John de, 334

whaling, whale-oil, 1, 136, 140, 147, 182–4, 189, 225, 373, 399

Wharram Percy (E.R.), 310

Wheatley, Wm. B., 419

Wheeler St. Board Sch., 354. See also schools

Whincop, Thos., 292

Whitby (N.R.), 54, 179, 188, 219

White, Thos., 307

White Hart Inn, 169, 443

'White Horse', inn, 169; Entry or Yard, 168, 170

White House, Stoneferry, 346

White House (tower), 77

Whitefriar Ward, 4, 35, 158, 160–1

Whitefriargate, 73–76, 155, 169–70, 208–9, 238, 263, 334, 341, 371, 375, 377, 444, 448–9

Whitefriars Ward, 8

Whitehaven (Cumb.), 181

Whitfield, John, 66, 84

Whiting, Hen., 428, 430

Wicksteed, Thos., 372

Wickwane, Wm., Abp. of York, 14–15

Wilberforce, Rob. (d. 1768), 298; Rob. (d. 1857), Archdeacon of E.R., 241; Wm., (b. 1690), 194, 197, 442; Wm., philanthropist (d. 1833), 202, 204, 209, 214, 241, 293, 298, 349, 425, 427; Wm. (b. 1798), 243; fam., 184, 213, 444, 446

Wilberforce House, †133, 443, 444, 446; Museum, 169, 344, 425, 427, 443

Wilberforce monument, 209

Wilden Ferry (Derb.), 175

Wilderspin, Sam., 352

Wildridge, Thos. Tindall, 424

Wilflete, Riv., 460, 464

Wilflet Lane, 170

Wilkinson, Geo., 456; John, 210, 418; Jos., 341; Phil., 143, 183, 463; Tate, 210, 418; Thos., 159, 288; Wm., 341

Willan, Leon., 101

Willerby, in Kirk Ella (E.R.), later separate par., 2 n, 4, 8, 272, 341, 373, 378

Willerby Rd., 276, 280

William III, King, 116; as William of Orange, 115; statue of, 199, 408, 418

William IV, King, 402, 405

William St., 276

William Wright Dock, 229, 231, 252

Williams, J., 382

Williamson, Dorothy, see Bulmer; Hen., 462; Rob., 462; Thos. (d. 1638), 347; Thos. (fl. 1780s), 202

Williamson & Co., 183

Williamson St. (Latimer) Chap., 317. See also nonconformity

Williamson's Amphitheatre and Riding House, 420

Willis, Mr., 304

Willows, Holt, and Willows, 257

Wills, Wm. F., 319

Wilmington, 395–6

Wilsbie Entry, 170

Wilson, Art., 247, 272, 355, 384; Chas., 247, 251–3, 260, 269, 272, 384; Chas. H. W., 269; Dan., 343; Dav., 384; Isaac, 428; John, 431; Jos., 111, 312; Ric., 118; Rob., 298; Thos., 231, 246–7; Wm., 350, 352

Wilson & Co., insurance agents, 185

Wilson, Thos. & Sons, shipping co., 221, 246, 248; Wilson Line, 227, 247, 249–50, 270, 272

Wilson-Barkworth, Art. B., 427; Emily, 340

Wilson-Smith, John, 427

Wilton, John de, 465; Thos. de (fl. 1379), 466; Thos. (fl. mid-15th cent.), 34; fam., 465

Wincolmlee, 188–9, 315

windmills, 17, 57, 78–79, 84, 103, 168, 189, 256, 456, 465, 467, 470, 473

Windsor, Wal., 279

wine trade, 1, 14–15, 19, 43–46, 48, 51, 54, 58, 63–64, 66–70, 88–89, 132–3, 135, 140–2, 220, 398

Winestead (E.R.), 384, 386; Old Rectory, 446; Red Hall, 445–6

Winestead Hall Hosp., 383, 386

Wing, —, 268

Wingfield, fam., 297

Winteringham (Lincs.), 388–9

Winterton Ness (Norf.), 399

Wistow (W.R.), 122

Witham, Eliz., m. (1) Thos. Dalton, (2) Rob. Dolman, 469, 472; Mat., 475; fam., 469, 472–3

Witham, district, 470; street, 263, 390

Witham (Holborn St.) (Congregational) Chap., 314. See also nonconformity

Witherings, Thos., 382

Withernsea, in Hollym (E.R.), 373, 384, 395–6

Withernwick (E.R.), 298

Witty, Rob., 165

Wolfreton, in Kirk Ella (E.R.), 4

Wolsey, Thos., Cardinal, 461, 472

Wolstenholme, Thos., 448 n

Wood, Ric., 117–18; Thos., 35, 289

Woodhouse, Jas. T., 253, 354–5, 357; Thos., 165

Woods and Forests, Commissioners of, 230, 417

wool, hide and skin markets, 411

wool trade, 1, 13–14, 19, 42–44, 46, 48, 54, 65–66, 69–70, 86, 131–3, 141, 172, 179–80, 182, 221, 249, 271, 273, 283, 291, 390

Wooler, John, 186; Thos., J., 351

Woolhouse, Ric., 315

woolhouse, see weigh-house

Woolley, Wm., 216–17

Worcester, Bp. of, see Alcock, John

Workers' Educational Association, 360

workhouses, 164, 212, 218, 232–3, 238, 336, 346–9, 352, 385, 429, 439–40, 461, 467–8, 471

Works, H. M. Office of, 382

Worship St., 452

Worthington, Thos., & Son, 384

Wrangbrook Junction, 396

Wray, Chas., 293; Chris. G., 457; John, 194; Rob., 197

Wray & Hollingsworth, 183

Wray and Sanderson, 257

Wren, Sir Chris., 407, 434, 440

Wressle Castle (E.R.), 25

Wright, Jos., 324, 326; Mayson, 372; Sam., 194, 451–2, 455; Wm., 231

Wright St., 372, 451–2, 467

Wrightson, Coniston, 347; Wm. B., 202, 206

Wyatt, Jas., 406, 448; Thos. H., 386, 448

Wycliffe Chap., see Anlaby Rd. Chap.

Wykcroft, 17

Wyke, Wyke upon Hull, 1, 11–12, 13–18, 390, 407, 411

'Wythestede', 85

Wythornwyk, Wm., 55

Y.

Yarmouth, Gt. (Norf.), 94, 140, 162, 179, 403

Yates, John, 120

York, Ric., 84. See also Eboraco

York, Dukes of, see James II, Richard

York: assizes at, 192, 194, 200, 437; Castle, 34; communications, 1–2, 17, 54, 131, 174, 219–20, 387, 390– 3; disputes with Hull, 25, 99, 146, 156, 159; king at, 21, 25–26, 102–3; mayor of, 25, 51, 155; merchants and trade of, 13–14, 43, 51, 54, 60–62, 65, 68–69, 80, 84–85, 131, 135, 141–6, 149, 154, 156, 159, 178, 187, 397, 404, 410; Pavement Market, 72 n; persons of, 41, 155, 302, 406, 420, 446; prisons at, 82, 97; otherwise mentioned, 23, 81, 90–91, 102, 108–9, 115, 154–6, 162, 218, 340, 400, 448

York, Cathedral Ch. of St. Peter: archbishops, 14, 17, 54, 98, 239, 287, 291, 299, 303–4, 306–7, 341, 348, 462, 465, 468, 473; patronage of Hull chs., 294, 303, 305, 309–11; rights in port of Hull, 19–20, 44–45, 49–50; steward at Beverley, 34; see also Booth, Wm.; Drummond; Giffard; Gray, Wal.; Grindal; Herring, Thos.; Holgate; Hutton; Matthew; Melton, Wm.; Neile; Newark; Romeyn; Rotherham; Thomson; Wickwane; Young, Thos.; chancellors, 302, 306; deans, see Hamilton, Wm.; Newark; Scarborough; prebendaries, 18, 98

York, Vale of, 80

York & North Midland Rly., 393–4

York Courant, 197, 428

York Parade, 453

Yorke, Rosenberg, and Mardall, 385

Yorkshire: lead trade, 175, 179; sheriff of, 20, 39, 411; wool trade, 1, 69, 390; otherwise mentioned, 61, 155, 157 n, 188–9, 226, 403, 437

Yorkshire, East Riding: Archdeacon of, 90; see also Wilberforce, Rob.; County Council, 368; Wolds, 80, 395; otherwise mentioned, 17, 22, 54–55, 80, 82, 85, 91–92, 103, 109, 122, 178, 203, 276, 311, 314, 340, 343–4, 374, 423–4

Yorkshire, North Riding, 54, 178

Yorkshire, West Riding: coalfield, 140, 179, 248, 255, 284, 395; iron and steel industry, 141, 174; otherwise mentioned, 54, 80, 216, 219–20, 225, 250, 264, 392. See also cloth manufacture

Yorkshire and Lincolnshire Advertiser, 430

Yorkshire Electricity Board, 374

Yorkshire Insurance Co., 379, 459

Yorkshire Ouse and Hull River Authority, 373

Young, John, 301; Thos., Abp. of York, 95

Young & Pool, 458 n

Young Men's Christian Association, 355

Young People's Christian and Literary Institute, 242, 354–6, 359–60, 426

Z.

Zeeland, 26, 44, 58, 66–68, 133, 291

Zoological Gardens, 241, 382