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Name index to the 1841 census of Buckrose Wapentake in the East Riding of Yorkshire (HO107/1210-1212)

John Smurthwaite

Name index to the 1841 census of Buckrose Wapentake in the East Riding of Yorkshire (HO107/1210-1212)

by John Smurthwaite

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Published by Brian Jones in Bradford .
Written in English


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Statementtranscribed by John Smurthwaite.
The Physical Object
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Wetwang is a village and parish in the Buckrose wapentake of the East Riding of Yorkshire. It is situated six miles west of Driffield on the A road in the Yorkshire Wolds. According to the UK census, Wetwang parish had a population of , an increase on the UK census figure of HESLERTON, EAST, a chapelry, in the parish of West Heslerton, union of Malton, wapentake of Buckrose, E. riding of York, 10 miles (E. N. E.) from Malton; containing inhabitants. The Wesleyans have a place of worship. East Heslerton St Andrew was originally formed as a chapelry of West Heslerton, Yorkshire Ancient Parish.

Octth. Hugh de Clay witness to a gift of land called Le Park in the field of Etton to her father Laurence de Etton from his daughter Amanda. (Ref.- East Riding of Yorkshire Archives and Local Studies. - DDCC / / 26 / A7). HAYTON PARISH. Wapentake of Harthill (Holme Beacon Division)—County Council Electoral Division of Londes-borough—Pettty Sessional Division of Wilton Beacon—Poor Law Union and County Court District of Pocklington—Rural Deanery of Weigh ton—Archdeaconry of the East Riding—Diocese of York.

Helmsley Yorkshire (North Riding) genealogy. [Transcribed information mainly from the early s] "HELMSLEY, (or HELMSLEY UPON THE BLACK MOOR), a parish in the wapentake of Rydale, 6 miles from Kirkbymoorside, 16 from Malton, and 23 from York; formerly a place noted for stately Elms, in the midst of which the Druids on the hill, still bearing their name, performed their mystic rites. In North Cave was a civil parish in the Wapentake of Harthill and the Liberty of St Peter's. The Metham family of Metham had at North Cave a house which had been demolished. Existing at the time was a Methodist and a Quaker chapel. Population was , with occupations including seven farmers, two butchers, two.


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Name index to the 1841 census of Buckrose Wapentake in the East Riding of Yorkshire (HO107/1210-1212) by John Smurthwaite Download PDF EPUB FB2

This database will detail those persons enumerated in the Census of England and is an every-name index. In addition, the names of those listed on the population schedule are linked to the actual images of the Census, reproduced by courtesy of The National Archives, London, England.

There are o records accessible through this. East Riding of Yorkshire. Ouse and Derwent 2. Buckrose 3. As York acted as the capital of Yorkshire and it is right in the centre at the junction of the three ridings, it (along with the wapentake of Ainsty) had its own neutral area, which was not part of any of the three ridings.

Buckrose was a wapentake of the historic East Riding of Yorkshire, England consisting of the north-west part of the county; its territory is now partly in the modern East Riding and partly in North ished in medieval times, it ceased to have much significance in the 19th century when the wapentakes were succeeded by other administrative divisions for most local government purposes.

The Ainsty wapentake, first associated with the West Riding, became associated in the fifteenth century with the City of York, outside the Riding system. The hundreds of Amounderness and Lonsdale in Lancashire plus part of Westmorland were considered as part of Yorkshire in the Domesday Book.

East Riding of Yorkshire. From GENUKI. Buckrose. In this site, search for the name of the parish, click on the location "pin", click Options and click List contiguous parishes. Census records [edit | edit source] Census records from to are available online. For access, see England Census Records and Indexes Online.

Census records from to are also available on film through. Parish History [edit | edit source]. RILLINGTON (St. Andrew), a parish, in the union of Malton, wapentake of Buckrose, East Riding of York containing the chapelry of Scampston, 5 miles ENE from are places of worship for Independents, Primitive Methodists, and Wesleyans.

Rillington St Andrew is an ancient parish (AP) Church of England records began inin the village and. In Yorkshire a Norse wapentake usually replaced several Anglo-Saxon hundreds. This process was complete by in the North and West Ridings, but continued in the East Riding until the mid 12th century.

In some counties, such as Leicestershire, the wapentakes recorded at the time of Domesday Book evolved into hundreds. Parish History [edit | edit source]. NORTH (St. Nicholas), a parish and village, in the union of Malton, wapentake of Buckrose, East Riding of York, 4 miles SE by E from Malton.

The church has a fine Norman porch, and a curious font. North Grimston St Nicholas is an Ancient Parish in the civil parish of Birdsall in the Ryedale District of North Yorkshire. The East Riding. Natural Resources of the East Riding of Yorkshire, The Agriculture of the East Riding. Prize Report on the Farming of the East Riding of Yorkshire, The Vale of York and its Strata.

The Howdenshire Warp Soils. The Cultivation of Flax. The village lies in the historic county boundaries of the East Riding of Yorkshire. In Kirby Grindalythe was a civil parish with a population of in the Wapentake of Buckrose. Kirby Grindalythe village has a resident population of roughly fifty.

There are no shops, pubs or other services and the nearest town is Malton. A name index to records recording taxes levied against owners of hearths in the North Riding of Yorkshire. Yorkshire Lay Subsidy () A tax on the county's wealthier residents, ordered by wapentake or liberty and settlement.

[] Old Malton school log book ; [] List of people involved with mining as owners, managers or agents in Swaledale, Arkengarthdale & Wensleydale; [] Thirsk census returns ; [] Thirsk census returns ; [] Redmire & Preston enclosure award ; [] Hurst census returns ; [] Grassington tithe.

A list of books relating to Yorkshire has been produced by the members of the Yorksgen mailing list.; The following books can be read or downloaded from the Genuki site: A transcription of the book " Yorkshire Folk talk" dealing with the Eastern half of Yorkshire, written by the Rev.

Morris in Transcribed by Colin Hinson. A transcription of the book " The British Workman" dealing with. Parish History [edit | edit source]. WHARRAM-LE-STREET (St. Mary), a parish, in the union of Malton, wapentake of Buckrose, East Riding of York, 6¾ miles SE by E from parish is on the road between Malton and Beverley.

The Ancient Parish of Wharram-le-Street is in the village and civil parish of Wharram in the Ryedale district of North Yorkshire and near to the deserted mediaeval. From Saturday, 31 October, East Riding of Yorkshire Council will be in local alert level 2 (High) of COVID restrictions.

When visiting museums and galleries, archives and the Treasure House, customers will only be able to enter the site with people from their own household or support bubble.

History. Acklam is mentioned in the Domesday Book as Aclum in the East Riding and gave its name to the Lord in was named as Siward and comprised 4 ploughlands with 2 Lord's plough teams and a church. The village lay within the ancient Wapentake of Buckrose.

The etymology of the name is derived from Old English āc (an oak tree) and lēah (a forest or wood clearing). Note: There is a Foston in the East Riding of Yorkshire which is sometimes confused with this parish. Census. The parish was in the Bennington sub-district of the Newark Registration District.

Check our Census Resource page for county-wide resources.; The table below gives census. The history of local government in Yorkshire is unique and ire is the largest historic English county [1] and consists of a diverse mix of urban and rural development with a heritage in agriculture, manufacturing, and mining.

[2] After a long period of very little change, it has been subject to a number of significant reforms of local government structures in modern times, some. In this site, search for the name of the parish, click on the location "pin", click Options and click List contiguous parishes.

This ancient parish (AP) was created before Church of England records began in Census records [edit | edit source] Census records from to are available online.

For access, see England Census. Pocklington History is a website devoted to the history of an old market town in the East Riding of Yorkshire.

Home; History Census; Census; Census; Census For more information see: 'Harthill Wapentake', A History of the County of York East Riding: Volume 3: Ouse and Derwent wapentake, and part of Harthill wapentake. Pocklington History is a website devoted to the history of an old market town in the East Riding of Yorkshire.

Home; History. Early History» Census; Census; Census; Census; householder in tho week proceeding the census night the information obtained on the schedules had to be copied in to a book, and it was the.HESLERTON, EAST, a chapelry, in the parish of West Heslerton, union of Malton, wapentake of Buckrose, E.

riding of York, 10 miles (E. N. E.) from Malton; containing inhabitants. The Wesleyans have a place of worship. East Heslerton St Andrew was originally formed as a chapelry of West Heslerton, Yorkshire Genealogy Ancient Parish.Yorkshire has three Ridings, East, North and West.

Each of these was divided into wapentakes, analogous to hundreds. Each of these was divided into wapentakes, analogous to hundreds. The Ainsty wapentake, first associated with the West Riding, became associated in the fifteenth century with the City of York, outside the Riding system.