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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine nuns Priory of St Clement , York

    of the next century , contains a little information of interest. Elizabeth Medlay, of the house of St. Clement's in Clementhorpe , in the suburbs of York , directed in her will dated 6 January 1470 14 that her body

    The twelfth and thirteenth centuries Owners of city property

    obtained 39, the chapter 16, Holy Trinity Priory and St. Mary 's Abbey 15 each, St. Andrew's Priory 12, and Clementhorpe nunnery 7. Besides the city houses, however, Durham Priory, Godstow ( Oxon .), and the Yorkshire houses of Selby

    Houses of Benedictine monks Priory of All Saints , Fishersgate

    Middlethorpe ; the whole district was Thorp , it was afterwards divided into Bishopthorpe , Bustardthorpe, Middlethorpe , Nunthorpe and Clementhorpe . Whitby Chartul . 206-7. Op. cit. iii, 395. Whitby Chartul , 207. Young, Whitby , 359. Drake, Ebor

    Modern York Social life, 1835-1900

    the backbone of this class of prosperous artisans. They lived not only alongside the poorer classes in The Groves and Clementhorpe , but in their own colonies near the railway works, out along the Holgate and Acomb Roads. Thus, for

    Modern York Economy, 1839-1900

    expand rapidly, especially in the manufacture of peel, and the whole of the manufacture was transferred to larger premises at Clementhorpe in 1864 . 65 With this expansion in output, the question of carriage would doubtless become more important as

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, Y, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    g. 100 (30). cathedral, dean. See Layton, R. -, dean and chapter of, II. 231 (p. 124). Clementhorpe, I. g. 623 (5). Clementhorpe nunnery (supp.), I. g. 623 (5) II. g. 107 (67). Connyngstrete, I. g. 226 (66). Fossedyke, I.

    Index, Y, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    144 (20). Cathedral, 971: g. 282 (10). -, chancellor. See Downes, G. -, dean of. See Layton, Ric.; Higdon, B. Clementhorpe nunnery (supp.), g. 436 (50), 611 (33). Gaol, g. 144 (20). Grey Friars, p. 557. St. Leonard's hospital (supp.),

    Entry Book, January 1680, 1-10, 01 January 1680-31 January 1680

    . for three messuages in Catterton; the rent of 4 s. per an . for divers orchards or gardens in Clementhorpe; the rent of 4 d. per an . for a tenement in York, Goodgroomgate end; the rent of 4

    Yorkshire Fines, 1581

    Richard Harpur als . Harper, senr., gent. Manor of Blacktoft and 30 messuages with lands in Blacktoft, Sadlethorpe, Gowthorpe, and Clementhorpe. John Holgate Richard Deyne and Elizabeth his wife, and William Deyne, his brother Messuage with lands in Ovenden. George,

    Letters and Papers, December 1539, 11-15, 01 December 1539-31 December 1539

    England "affore the excheatourz," for which the King promised to see him recompensed, as he trusts Master Wreesley can declare. Clementhorpe, near York, 11 Dec. Hol., p . 1. Add .: Lord Privy Seal. Endd . 11 Dec. Royal MS.

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

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    CP.E.198

    Details: female Employment: nun of Clementhorpe Location: York : city Place(s): Convent of Clementhorpe(Clementhorpe) : religious house Participant: eatriceRemington [de Remyngton] Role: witness Details: female Employment: nun of Clementhorpe Location: Convent of Clementhorpe(Clementhorpe) : religious house Participant: John

    CP.H.2650

    Bishophill Senior (Yorkshire) Place(s): York St Mary Bishophill Senior (St Maryes) : ecclesiastical parish Location: York : city Place(s): YorkClementhorpe (Clementhorpe) : undefined Location: York, St Mary Bishophill (senior) (Yorkshire) Place(s): York, St Mary Bishophill (Senior) (Bishophill) : ecclesiastical parish

    CP.E.155

    CP.E.155 Reference:CP.E.155 Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193 Court:Curia Ebor Case:Matrimonial (annulment, precontract) Details:6 Pieces; Has deposition; Has libel; Has sentence Outcome: Date: 01/02/1373 - 17/07/1374 People & Places Participant: John Thetilthorp [de Thetilthorp; de Thetilthorpe] Role: plaintiff Details: male Notes:

    CP.G.3354

    Carlton Miniott (Carleton Myneat) : chapelry Participant: William Sklat [Sklat] Role: witness Details: male Location: York : city Place(s): Clementhorpe(Clementhorpe) : street name Notes: Cannot identify the surname 'Sklat' Participant: Janet Dale [Dale] Role: witness Details: female; 63; wife

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GOLDTHORPE, Richard (d.1560), of Blake Street, York and Clementhorpe, Yorks.

    Blake Street, York and Clementhorpe, Yorks. Constituency Dates York 1559 Ofifces Held Freeman, York Aug. 1540, chamberlain 1549-50, sheriff 1551-2, alderman 1555, ld. mayor 1556-7. Biography Goldthorpe was a haberdasher who bought a country estate, Clementhorpe priory, from Sir Arthur

    NORTHBY, John (d.1432), of York.

    next heir, Katherine Bingley, as tenant of other land in South Otterington. He had by then acquired a tenement in Clementhorpe in the suburbs of York; and in the spring of 1416 he made a further investment in some meadowland

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    innkeeper. [Joyes, Chancery-lane. J. Osborn, Gainsborough, ironmonger. [Walmsley and Co. Chancery-lane. Fr iday, June 24, 14 BAN ERUPTS, W- Richardson, Clementhorpe, Yorlk tanner. [Williamson, Grav's-inn-square. WV Willianis, St. Woollos, coal-mcrcsant. [Prothero& Phiiips, Newport. C. Bernard, Calcutta, merchant. [Tilleard & Miller, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fleethain Street, Middlesbrough, grocer and coal dealer, JONsATHIAN CIcAEWIcsc, Clegg Park Farm, near Dalton-in- Furness, gentlennan. H{ENRY Ee.nsreRs, Cherry Street, Clementhorpe, York, grocer, provision dealer, and confectioner. FIRST MEETINGS &ND PUIBLIC EXAMINATIONS. FnANais DAY, 79, flall Road, Handsworth, gentleman. First Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esil. MP. l Iobert Strann, Esq. r 0i . L. Thompson, Esq. OF '9 ry DIRECTORS. AND Tbomats Price, Esq, Clementhorpe, Chairman. oilW k k W. H. Hearon, EsI II'Deputy Chairmen. VT at Thomas Barstowi, Etiq., GlaOW H11 I John Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    E .TRUSTEES. P. B. Thompson, Esq. M.P. Robert Swann, Esq. n- G. L. Thormpson, Esq.,I DIRECTORS. ,e Thomas Price, Esq. Clementhorpe, Chairman. in id W. H. Hearon, Esq. su le Thomas Barstowv, Eoiq., Garrow Hill, IDeputy Chairmen. I l- John Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    llart. I TRUSTEES. tI '. Tilipson, Esq. AI.P. I Robert Ss'ann, Esq. _ jL.Thlotlspioll, Esq. r DIRECTORS. 'ioesas Price, Eaq. Clementhorpe, Chairman. W.11 [I. 'U, Esq . tDeputy Chairmen. C Thlellas Barstow, Eoq., Garroiw Hil, IIT 1eielA~er, Ess. tlazle Bush Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    7 June 1822, 7 June 1822

    called Half Year Lands, situate within the Townships Cause Cunninghame against Warner, and the Appellant's " of Dringhouses, Middlethorpe and Clementhorpe, in the " said County of the City, and within such Parts of the " Suburbs of the City Subscribers-only content

    10 June 1822, 10 June 1822

    of Stray and Average over certain Lands called Half Year Lands, situate within the Town¬ ships of Dringhouses, Middlethorpe and Clementhorpe, in the said County of the City, and within such Parts of the Suburbs of the City of York Subscribers-only content

    12 June 1822, 12 June 1822

    Stray and Average over certain Lands called li Half Year Lands, situate within the Townships of " Dringhouses, Middlethorpe and Clementhorpe, in the " said County of the City, and within such Parts of the " Suburbs of the City Subscribers-only content

    13 June 1822, 13 June 1822

    and Average " over certain Lands called Half Year Lands, situate " within the Townships of Dringhouses, Middlethorpe " and Clementhorpe, in the said County of the City, and " within such Parts of the Suburbs of the City of Subscribers-only content

    24 June 1822, 24 June 1822

    Rights of Stray and Average over certain Lands called Half Year Lands, situate within the Townships of Dringhouses, Middlethorpe and Clementhorpe, in the said County of the City, and within such Parts of the Suburbs of the City of York Subscribers-only content

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