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    Outlying villages Sutton

    various grants of land in the 13th century, and at the Dissolution it had 37 a. of meadow in Sutton Ings worth over £2 a year. 94 Like Swine's estate in Drypool, the meadow was for a period held by Victoria County History

    The parish churches

    from the Crown to the archbishop. 879 The church of St. Michael and All Angels , in Holderness Road, Sutton Ings , was consecrated in 1927 . 880 A Consolidated Chapelry, from the parishes of Sutton and Drypool, was assigned Victoria County History


    Charities , 338 Sutton Drain , 378 Sutton Feast , 470 Sutton Grange , 470-1 Sutton House , 470-1 Sutton Ings (district), 309 Sutton Marr , 473, 475 Sutton Rd ., 280, 283, 470; Bridge, 390 Sutton Sch. for the Victoria County History

    Henry VIII, October 1540, 21-31, 21 October 1540-31 October 1540

    the late priories of nuns of Swyne, Yorks., with lands in Swyne in Holdernes, Drypole, Sutton in Holdernes, Wolburghe, Sutton Ings, Lounde on the Wolde and Holme upon Spaldyngmore, Yorks.; and of Nunnekelyng, with lands in Bewholme, Nunnekelyng in Holdernes, British History Online

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