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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hemingbrough South Duffield

    Hemingbrough South DuffieldSOUTH DUFFIELD The village of South Duffield lies 1½ mile north of Hemingbrough . on ground rising slightly above the generally low land bordering the river Derwent . It was an Anglian settlement standing close to a

    Hemingbrough Introduction

    and Osgodby civil parishes were then combined as Barlby civil parish; most of Cliffe with Lund and most of South Duffield civil parishes were combined as Cliffe civil parish; Hemingbrough and Brackenholme with Woodhall civil parishes, together with 29 a.

    Hemingbrough Osgodby

    land in Riccall and South Duffield . The open fields, meadows, and commons were inclosed in 1819 . 31 The village stands at the junction of roads leading to Barlby , Cliffe , South Duffield , and Skipwith , and

    List of illustrations

    Wheldrake Church . Photograph, 1974 " " 128 Wheldrake : no. 51 Main Street. Photograph, 1973 " " 129 South Duffield : Holmes House . Photograph, 1974 " " 129 Barmby Moor House . Photograph, 1974 " " 129 Barm

    Hemingbrough Menthorpe with Bowthorpe

    Derwent , the latter ¼ mile from the river and close to the stream that separates the township from South Duffield . Both were probably Scandinavian settlements. Bowthorpe township covered 457 a. and Menthorpe 638 a., but 197 a. of

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

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    TRANS.CP.1636/3

    Participant: GeorgeSmallwood [Smallwood] Role: appellant Details: male Participant: ThomasLawtey [Lawtie] Role: appellate Details: male; Clerk Participant: JohnWard [Warde] Role: appellate Details: male Location: Hemingbrough (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Hemingbrough (Hemingbrough) : undefined Location: Hemingbrough (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): South Duffield(South Duffield) : undefined

    CP.I.2218

    Place(s): Breighton (Breighton) : undefined Participant: FrancesBustard [Bustard] Role: witness Details: female; 25; Spinster Location: Hemingbrough (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): South Duffield(South Duffield) : undefined Participant: AnnEllis [Ellis] Role: witness Details: female; 22; Spinster Location: Bubwith (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Breighton (Breighton) :

    CP.H.4181

    Participant: Walter Strickland [Strickland] Role: witness Details: male; 21 Employment: miller Location: Ledsham (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Fairburn (Fairburne) : undefined Participant: Richard Wallis [Wallis] Role: witness Details: male; 22 Employment: miller Location: Hemingbrough (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): South Duffield (South Duffeild) : undefined

    DC.CP.1520/3

    Details: male Employment: Notary Public Participant: Richard Thoresby [Thurisby] Role: witness Details: male; 33; free Location: Hemingbrough (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): South Duffield (South Duffeild) : undefined Participant: John Norton [Norton] Role: defendant Details: male; 40; yeoman Location: Aberford (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Aberford

    CP.G.1882

    identify the surname 'Gowocke' Participant: Randulph Dean [Deane] Role: witness Details: male; 60 Employment: labourer Location: Hemingbrough (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): South Duffield (South Duffelde) : undefined Participant: Edward Wawde [Wawde] Role: witness Details: male; 30 Employment: gresman Location: Hemingbrough (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s):

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    NORMAN, John (by 1483-1525), of York.

    was perhaps the sixth richest layman in York. In the year of his death he acquired the manor of South Duffield near York, being apparently the first York alderman to become lord of a rural manor.[footnote]Norman’s civic progress was interrupted

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    night, upon property known by the name of South Duffield Lodge, which is in the occupation of Mr. James Hodgsou, surgeon. The scene of the disaster is situate at South Duffield, near Selby. The fire was discovered in the stackyard Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    murder of a journeyman bricklayer, whose name is believed to be Daniel Driscoll, who was murdered on the highway, South Duffield, neareb on Saturday who has been privately examined before a Bench of East Yorkshire M~agistrates at Escrick, anld remanded Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACT 18a RECEIVING ORDERS. IWILLIAM YARDLEY, South Duffield, Yorkshire, cattle-dealar. WIsrIAss 'WEBSTEa, -Navigation Road, York, glass, china, and earthenware dealer. Jmnms Gnaw, Onses Street Goole, boot and shoe maker. TszonAs Citsxssw-aa, Elkugharn Street. lately Frederick Street, both Rolberham, botcher. Joav Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hairsine, linen-draper and silk L muercer, of that city, to Ann., second daughter of Alr, George loti Plercy, farmer. South Duffield. Ort 1- On Wednesday week, at the parish church. Howden, by the L my Rev. Thomas Guy. A.M, vicar, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    suhject to such Cot;. diticos as shall be theu produced, zp TH,1E following very valuable TIMBER,. a tH-~mIngbr~ough and South Duffield, In the t COLorntY of York, viz,- t 55Ltt 1. 37-5 OAK TRtEES, Numbered. in H-emningbrough. or Lott . Subscribers-only content

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