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  • * Victoria County History *

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    North division Atwick Atwick parish c. 1850

    1850 ARRAM. At Arram there is thought to have been a medieval settlement, of unknown size, lying north of Arram Hall , which was built in the 17th century and by the mid 18th was the only remaining building. 18

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    Crown copyright. NMR 34. Hornsea : Old Hall in 1998 . NMR photograph AA98/08492. Crown copyright. English Heritage 35. Arram Hall ( Atwick ) in 1997 . NMR photograph BB97/10186. Crown copyright. NMR 36. Wyton Hall (Swine) in 1994 .

    Outlying townships Beverley Parks BEVERLEY PARKS c . 1980

    the Baintons, which included Beverley Parks , Low, Ross 's, and Halfway House farms. In 1822 Thomas Bainton of Arram Hall , in Atwick , bought a house and 145 a., later known successively as New Hall and Beverley Parks

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    Co. Ltd ., 157-9, 181 Arnold (in Skirlaugh ), 268-9 Arnott , fam., 313 Arram (in Leconfield ), 282 Arram Hall (in Atwick ), 273 art gallery , 208 Artes , Pet., 201, 203 Arundel , Thos., abp. of York

    Index A-K

    ), Arnott , fam., Arnui , see Earnwig Arram , Sir Steph . of, Arram (in Atwick ) , Arram Hall , plate common fields, common pasture, domestic architecture, inclosure, manor, monastic grange, population, rectory, roads, tithes, windmill, woodland, Arram

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    TEST.CP.1847/10

    Drypool (Drypool) : undefined Drypool is described as a parish in the document. Location: Yorkshire, East Riding Place(s): Arram Hall(Arram Hall) : habitation <p class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 0cm 0cm 10pt;"><span style="font-family: Calibri;">Robinson attempted to prove the validity of the will

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    late Mr. T. Scamper, 14igled elIueo, white, calved F,'ebroary 23rd, 1889 Mr. Richmond, Leveu 24 ,Rex (Mr. T. Bainton's, Arram Hall), roan, calved February 24th, IS8 .,.................... r. Wood, 1elling Wood 16%Q Sir Arthur (Mr. J. Thompson's, Wanidbyl, red and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Palk, LiverpoOL be , B~~~~~~?eatbi-i. s BlrTnoNO.-Feh. 11th, at Horeeca, aged SD, ERlizabeth, relict of Thoe. t flainton, Esq., Arram Hall, Yoreshbre, be: e JlnrycLivr'-Feb. 16th, at Gisbro' Union House, aged 44, Mr. Will-am eq Britelilf, tailor, late of Burnley, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were Messrs. Medforth, of Dotterili; Lamplugh, of IKillam; D. Bradley, of Eltton; J. Lanrdale, of Lock- ington; Bainton, of Arram Hall, *tc. The higthest sum realised was 44gs. and the total sale reached £997 10s., being an average of £C18 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    signed requisition, and consented to allowed himself to be nominated. At aimeet- ing subsequently held, Mr. T. Bainton, of Arram Hall, was proposed as well as Mr. Gale. A petition has also boon presented to Mr. William Nicholson, of Catwick, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Of ficial Receiver (Mr. J. Arthur Bilms). At Hull yesterday the affairs of MIt. Thomas Bainton, late farmer, of Arram Hall, now residing at Bewholme, near Horarna. came before the Registrsr. Debtor saick he commenced farming in 1891, on the Subscribers-only content

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