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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The wapentake of Gilling East Introduction

    then returned under both Gilling East and Gilling West . Kneeton , afterwards in Gilling East , was given under Gilling West , and the township of Gilmonby , later in Gilling West , was then taken in Gilling East

    Richmondshire Introduction

    and wapentakes: Borough Of Richmond ; Gilling West ; Gilling East ; Hang West ; Hang East ; Hallikeld The name of Richmondshire has not yet been discovered earlier than 1173, 1 and there is no evidence that there was

    The wapentake of Gilling West Introduction

    The wapentake of Gilling West Introduction THE WAPENTAKE OF GILLING WEST containing the parishes of Arkengarthdale ; Barningham ; Bowes ; Brignall ; Easby ; Forcett ; Gilling; Hutton Magna or Hutton Longvilliers; Kirkby Ravensworth ; Marrick ; Marske ;

    List of maps and plans

    " Plan in 1610 " 14 " Grey Friars Church , Plan 31 Index Map to the Wapentake of Gilling West 37 Easby Abbey : Plan facing 56 " Church " 63 Forcett : Barforth, St. Lawrence Chapel , Plan

    Parishes Arkengarthdale Bathurst. Sable two bars ermine with three crosses formy or in the chief .

    inch wide. 10 Lead, coal and slate are still found, but little worked. Index Map to the Wapentake of Gilling West The road from Brough to Reeth , which becomes in places a mere track, runs through the parish parallel

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles I - volume 387, April 1-17, 1638, 01 April 1638-17 April 1638

    i. Number of alehouses and brewsters licensed in Bulmer, Birdforth, Ryedale, Pickeringlythe, Langbaurgh, Allertonshire, Whitby Strand, Hang East, Hallikeld, Gilling West, Gilling East, and Hang West. Total , 1,239. [2 pp . ] April 3. Petition of Edward Chamberlaine to Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rs' ftstr j*5e-x't' r fr[oni RacHaMOND PETTY SEssroNs.-At a meeting of the| rule ich. Magistrates for the division of Gilling West, held at dente et as Richmond, on the 7th inst. Jolun Pattison, servant tn Mr. et, I to 6d. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o- Easby, lBrompton otherxise Dronmpton-upon-Swale, Skeeby. n-. Middleton Tyas. Moulton, Croft, Dalton, Dlalton-upou-Tees, =owon, East CowLonI, Gilling. Gilling East, Gilling West. ta Not Cowton, South Cowton, Eyreholme, Greenbusry, Green- so bury-Grange. le And also three branch railways, the first of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    read t len. RICHMOND. crease, aroa the petty sessious, held at Richmond, for the antd b lent dis'tion of (Gilling West, the 3rd of Jaiusry, before I-I. W. Alkin6 t1ics Yeoman, E&q., Geo. Gilpisi, Esq., the Rtv. W. F. Wharton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an end,. -~~-RICH-MOND. [es RwcasOsND.-At the -petty sessions herld at Rich- ta--mend, on Saturday last, for the Division of Gilling West, ing before;H. W. Yeoman, 14q., the Rer. W. F. Whartan, av R. 1.4aqueo, R. S. D. R. Roper, John Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq., was elected Mayor for the year ensuing. At a petty sessions held at Richmond for the Division of Gilling West, on Saturday, the 6th inst., (pre- eeut G. W. Denys and Christopher Cradock, Esqrs.) Barbara Tilbarn, of Arkengarthdale, innkeeper, Subscribers-only content

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