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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The City of York

    only brought within the city in 1884 , cannot be divorced from the city's history. Some other small areas- Hob Moor , Knavesmire , and a small part of the parish of Osbaldwick -were also brought into the city by

    Common lands and strays COMMON LANDS AND STRAYS

    First, York possessed a large tract of grazing to the south of the city: Knavesmire , lying partly, and Hob Moor , wholly, within the city boundary. These rough and poorly drained pastures were used almost exclusively by the city;


    Holgate Beck into the Ouse ) to Hob Moor Lane (now a footpath south of Pulleyn Drive) the boundary followed Holgate Beck and Hob Moor and presented no difficulties. Between Hob Moor Lane and North Lane , south of it,

    Tudor York Topography and population

    Postern. 43 The far more severe visitation of 1550 caused the authorities to build in addition two 'lodges' on Hob Moor , 44 but eventually they were bound to confine the sick to their own houses, mark the doors with

    Mills and fishponds

    same, as well the Castle Mills as other'. 1 Apart from Castle Mills , there were only two water-mills. Hob Moor , or Folly, Water-mill stood on Holgate Beck adjoining the moor. Together with an adjacent close of 2 acres,

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

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    York : undefined Place(s): YorkHolgate (Holgate) : township Location: Yorkshire Place(s): River Ouse (River of Owze) : waterways Location: Hob Moor (Hob Moore) : undefined Cannot identify; spelling modernised Location: Folly Mill Brigg (Folly Milne Brigg) : undefined Cannot identify;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    garden .cBn 2. Apl to Messrs. Grimley and Sn bo,1,TempleStre et. IZ871 ] YARDiLEY Road.-The Custard House, corner of Hob Moor Ra.containing six bed rooms, two dressing rooms, dining( room, drawing rooms, study, kitchen, and seollery, with bed room- over; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mloir Close, containIng .......................1 i 7 d LOr .3. A Parcel if Nursery and Arable Grorrird, cal- led Near Hob Moor Close, containuIng ..........7 0 7 e LOT 4. A Parcel of Nutsery Ground, called West - Side of Brckon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thie pSt k I neighbourhood have been great. At Min1 Catlehy lis bad siNteen animals ntta-ic., Ii> suiTering on Hob Moor, a tract of lanl ! frecmen. of York, wbo depasture it; aal ' other farms have been visited, Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    56 a~nd 58, Walmg~ate, boot manufacturer (Progressive); Henry Ernest LeeHtham, 20, Park-p~lace, flour miller (Progressive); Donald Sweeney Maclay, solicitor, Hob Moor (Churchman): George Manton, coal merchant, Burton lodg~e.e Clifton (Independent), John William Procter, - hemical1 manure manufacturer, Nunthorpe (Progressive); Thomas Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SUSPICIOUS DEATH OF A STOCK TON MEDICAL MAN. An inquest upon the body of Prank Smith Brittain (25), medical assistant at Stockton on Tees, and son of a coach-builder in Bristol street, Birmingham, was resumed yesterday n the Bull's Subscribers-only content

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