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    Parishes Kirkby Sigston Colvill. Or a fesse gules with three roundels gules in the chief . Sigston. Argent an eagle sable with two heads . Sywardby. Argent a bend cotised between six lions sable . Slingsby of Scriven , baronet. Argent a griffon sable with a fesse gules athwart him . Laton. Argent a fesse between six crosslets sable . Frewen. Ermine four bars azure with a demilion in his proper colours in the chief . Lascelles, Earl of Harewood . Sable a cross pat y and a border or .

    church. From the rectory a lane runs south to the grange of Sowerby . A field-path leads north-west to Stank Hall , once the residence of a branch of the Lascelles family. The present farm-house is but a small portion Victoria County History

    LASCELLES, Daniel (1655-1734), of Stank Hall, Kirby Sigston, Yorks.

    (1655-1734), of Stank Hall, Kirby Sigston, Yorks. Constituency Dates Northallerton 2 July 1702 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Yorks. 1719–20. Biography The son of a Parliamentarian and a Dissenter, Lascelles did not appear to have a great interest in parliamentary politics. However, History of Parliament

    LASCELLES, Francis (1612-67), of Stank Hall, Kirby Sigston, Yorks.

    (1612-67), of Stank Hall, Kirby Sigston, Yorks. Constituency Dates Thirsk 6 Oct. 1645 North Riding 1653 North Riding 1654 North Riding 1656 Northallerton 9 June 1660 Ofifces Held J.p. Yorks (N. Riding) 1640-July 1660, commr. of array 1642, sequestrations 1643, History of Parliament

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    substituted for John Standeven Participant: Christopher Smithson [Smytsonne] Role: witness Details: male; 30; yeoman Location: Kirby Sigston (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Stank Hall (Stanke) : undefined Kirby Sigston (Sigeston) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Henry Semple [Sampall] Role: witness Details: male; 59; yeoman Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858

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    he had issue0-_ Thomas, his heir. Anthony, Henrv, Richar-, George, Gilbert, and Walter, Margaret, who married Daniel Lascelles, of Stank Hall, and was-graudnother of Edwin, Baron Hare- wooc. Henrietta Catherine, bp. 1674, who married, first, John Balte, of Okewell Hall; Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    and only daughter of the late Mr. Banjn. Oldroyd, of t ;nChidswell. t P On toe 29th nlt,, at Stank Hall, Beeston, aged 03, Mr. JESgS How. v at ARO, a native of BDiay, Ches.hire. and foreyrly29ye.ireaent for t- Meoars. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    SR ime day, aged 83, Mr. JAMes RottitsoN;, minor, Sonterset-strecit, ME bigot arritley. Fr soul. On toe 29thuall., at Stank Hall, Baneoton, aged 53, Mr. JBI;4r: How.- cal iwing Kennr. A, Haeding and Co., Husoton. Manor Iron aiti Coa 5,frksh Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    2sot, very suddenly, at Filey, aged 37, the Rev. E. Gambler Psm, nephew of Lord Gambler. RAPER.-NOV. 20th, at Stank Hall, near Northallerton, aged &4, Mr. John Raper, farmer. IAYNE.L-Nov. 13th, aged 66, Mr. George Rayner, clothier, Wortley, near Leeds. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    CONTENTS OF TEn WEEKLS SUPPLEMENT TO TIM LEEDS MERCURY OF THIS DAY (SATURDAY)- IRON WINGS: By a Rambling Philosopher. AN ASPECT OF CO-OPERATION: The Great London Stores. TO SWITZERLAND AND BACK: A Summer Holiday Trip. III.-Interlaken and the Oberland. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    probably Goad- ramagate, in York, derived its iiaie not from Guthruna, hut fromt Guthared, otherwise Goodrum.i THE STORY OF STANK HALL. E. B., Beestone, writing in answer to a question in No. XXXVII4T says-Stank HaU, Beeston, is locally E known Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    CONTENTS OF THllE WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT TO TIM LEEDS MERCURY OFT, THIS DAY (SATURDAY):- MODERN SYBARITES: By a Rambling Philosopher. BOARD SCHOOL TEACHING: How it is carried out in Leeds. CROSSING THE ISTHMUS: III.-A Day Ashore at Acapulco. CHESS AND Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    was converted into shops and warehouses.'- WILTI&M J. BARER. STAINK HALL, BEESTO.N.-IUntil I saw G. W. H.'3 notice of Stank Hall (.XLIII.) I had never bestowed a thought on the derivation of its name, but I have no doubt it Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Stank Hall came by marriage with a' heiress. (Goldaborough Hall, a fine old brick building in the Elizabethan style. with the, surrounding park, was purchased, from the r Bierleys, irca' 1756. 'by Daniel,,fecond son of-Henry Las- ealles, of Stank Hall Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    IL Henry, second son of Daniel Lasceeles, of Northaller- ton and Stank Hall, by his first wife, Mary Metcalfe, of Northallerton, was baptised in 1690, and died in 1753. He was sometime Collector of the Customs at Barbadoes,. afterwards a Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Old Hall ................... 1593. - Do. Over Haull ..........., .. 1636. 221. Stainer Hall, Selby . ................... 1689. 218. Stank Hall, Middleton, Leeds ........... 1615. 277. Streetliorpe Manor Bouse ............... 1606. 275. Swaith Hall, Darfield ........ ...... 1690. l 170. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    the village to Leeds, one 1 through Alillshaw to Morlev and so on to Manchester and one leading to Stank Hall. or. as it is sometimes called the New Hlail. Traditon says that Cottingley Hall, the New Hall. and Point Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    town in case of a dissolution of Parliament, whose ances- tors, for several centuries were born and resided at Stank Hall, and at the ancient family residence (now the large and spacious Golden Lion Hotel), in that town, and have Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Yorkshire Railway nf the Company at a point 56 yards north of the occupation bridge carrying the road from Stank Hall to Pit Hills over the said railway, and terminating in the Township of Middleton, in the Parish of Roth Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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