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

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    DC.CP.1692/1

    William Chapman [Chapman] Role: promoting parties Details: male Participant: Robert Eastburn [Eastburne] Role: defendant Details: male Location: York, St Mary Bishophill (junior) (Yorkshire) Place(s): Copmanthorpe(Copmanthorpe) : chapelry Location: York, St Mary Bishophill (junior) (Yorkshire) Place(s): Copmanthorpe(Copmanthorpe) : chapelry

    CP.G.797

    31/7/1560 People & Places Participant: Henry Vavasour [Vavasor] Role: plaintiff Details: male Participant: Edward Walker [Walker] Role: plaintiff Details: male Participant: Dorothy Vavasour [Vavasor] Role: defendant Details: female Location: York, St Mary Bishophill (junior) (Yorkshire) Place(s): Copmanthorpe(Copmanthorpe) : undefined

    DC.CP.1600/1

    Copmanthorpe(Copmanthorpe) : undefined Participant: JohnWilkinson [Wilkinson] Role: defendant Details: male Location: York, St Mary Bishophill (junior) (Yorkshire) Place(s): Copmanthorpe(Copmanthorpe) : undefined Participant: HenryFenton [Fenton] Role: defendant Details: male Location: York, St Mary Bishophill (junior) (Yorkshire) Place(s): Copmanthorpe

    DC.CP.1563/8

    Mary Bishophill (junior) (Yorkshire) Place(s): Copmanthorpe(Copmanthorpe) : undefined Participant: John Sherwen [Sherewyne; Sherwyn; Shirwyn] Role: witness Details: male; 58; clerk Employment: curate of Copmanthorpe Location: York, St Mary Bishophill (junior) (Yorkshire) Place(s): Copmanthorpe(Copmanthorpe) : undefined Participant: Anthony Irish

    TEST.CP.1844/5

    [Allan] Role: undefined Details: male; Executor of the testator Employment: Farmer Location: York, St Mary Bishophill (junior) (Yorkshire) Place(s): Copmanthorpe(Copmanthorpe) : undefined Participant: Thomas Wade [Wade] Role: undefined Details: male; Executor of the testator; Gentleman Location: Selby (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s):

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Knights Templar

    William de Grafton , occurs 1304, 7 arrested 1308 8 68. THE PRECEPTORY OF COPMANTHORPE, WITH THE CASTLE MILLS, YORK William Malbys gave the manor of Copmanthorpe and other property to the Templars on condition that they should support a

    Houses of Knights Hospitaller

    the death of John Brimston, with its member Copmanthorpe , vacant by the death of Thomas 'Scquipuit' (probably Skipwith ), ' the last preceptor'; 35 it seems, however, pretty clear that Copmanthorpe was not a preceptory, but merely a member

    Bampton and Weald Other estates

    from Exeter cathedral's rectory manor. 24 Following Dudley 's forfeiture the Crown granted it in 1557 to Thomas Vavasour of Copmanthorpe (Yorks. W.R.) with 72 a. in Aston , and in the later 16th century and the 17th it changed

    The parish churches

    Copmanthorpe and Upper Poppleton also lay in the parish. A chapel called 'le Tempyll' is mentioned at Copmanthorpe in 1411 but this may refer to a chapel of the Templars there. 29 Chapels were built at unknown dates in

    Hospitals Lowcross - Pontefract

    of the hospital in the chapel, by his commissaries. The warden, John de Appelby, appeared by his proctor George de Copmanthorpe . He had been warden for a year and more, and all that he had received for his own

  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, February 1687, 21-28, 21 February 1687-28 February 1687

    Ramsden, esq., of the manor or manors of Temple Copmanthorpe, alias Coppenthorpe, in the county of the city of York, with all their rights etc. and hereditaments etc. in Temple Copmanthorpe, Bishop-Thorpe, Acaster, Appleton and Askham Bryan; which premises formerly

    Index, U, Z

    Anne, daughter of Sir Henry Vavasour, of Copmanthorpe, co. Yorks., and paramour of Sir Henry Lee, of Woodstock, co. Oxford, Master of the Ordnance her allowance, 67 Vavasour (Vavasor), Sir Thomas, of Copmanthorpe, co. Yorks. 123 Veale , Edward, Captain

    Yorkshire Fines, 1536-40

    Franklayne 10 messuages with lands in Bramham and Rybston and 20 messuages and 12 cottages with lands in Nether Popleton, Copmanthorpe, and Marston. Giles Dawson John Cartwryght and Katherine his wife 2 messuages with lands in Hanseworth Wodhouse, in the

    Yorkshire Fines, 1585, 01 January 1585-31 December 1585

    Crawforthe , gent. * Anthony Wood and Ann his wife Richard Murton and Elizabeth his wife Messuage with lands in Copmanthorpe. * Leonard Belt John Weddell Garden and a meadow in Hungate in the parish of St. John in the

    Index, U, Z

    Brussels, 223 Vaux , Mabel 174 Vaux , William, attainted forfeits manor of Catterlen, 174 Vavasour (Vavicer), Sir Thomas, of Copmanthorpe, co. Yorks, Knight Marshal compounds with Lord Chamberlain for surrender of grant, 128 308 Vavicer , Sir Thomas. See

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    260 guineas, Booterstown for 200 guineas, Maid of all W ork for 170 guineas, Brown Prince for lTh guineas, and Copmanthorpe for 150 guineas. Romance, a steeplechaser belonging to Mr, A. E. Jenkirs, was sold for 150 guineas, and Lady Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    enquire of Mi. K nay, Mr. Goold's Agent, at Hawksworth; or at Mr. Szith's Office, in Oley. Valuable Estates at Copmanthorpe, near York. To be SOLD in LOTS, by AUCTION1, At tie H;use of John Morley, the Oak Trce ton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rir/drle~, )43) Fra oii mon le Ridsidulti, (59)) IF'/liai Rildodoita. (411) a 'd T/,oras.11itdadse, (38) sciel IS for poaiehintz, at Copmanthorpe. 44,;5 WillUmn iilllot, 324) and George Pollard, (34) for poaching, thatd at EoCriek. wily 46,. IT/lhieriri Pickarud. (24) for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to acepit the lowest Tender. Applicatlols to view the Lands to be inclosed, may be made to Mr. 3oueN TAYLOR, Copmanthorpe. York, April1l, I03,1 ED G~~~~~reenl Cottage, Wortley, Leeds, Atarch 7, 1837, IRA. TjRJO NS FT-~,Ihope you wi]J ' yDaTh Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tanton James, Sew erby Tasburgh M MchaelBurghWal. . ie - I Tate James Dell, Scarhboo' Tatham Thomas, Settle Taylor John, Copmanthorpe TaylorEdwd. Huddersfield 'TaylorayhoT. Wakefield TTaylor Roh. Barnsley Taylor Edwd. Thurstone on Taylor Peter, Scriven Taylor Bejjo UUlleskelf TayloraJoseph, Linth Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    17 March 1829, 17 March 1829

    the County of York, whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Copman- Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of thorpe: Copmanthorpe, in the County of the City of York, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Osbaldwick Also, Upon reading the Subscribers-only content

    Index, 10 December 1829

    : Presbyterian Congregation, Market Hill, Armagh; and Great Askham, &c, 207. — Upper Poppleton, &c.; Bilton, &c.; Clifton ; Tadcaster; Copmanthorpe ; Osbald- wick and Murton; Acomb and Holdgate; Marston and RufForth; Skipton, &c.; Full Sutton ; Downholm; Barnsley; Glasgow; Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    Madron; and Brant Broughton, 82. — Hocker Hill, Tipton; Harpham ; Balderton; Withington; Walston Green; South Colling- ham ; Bubwith; Copmanthorpe; North Duffield; Low Silton ; Holbeach; Oakill; Melbourn ; Broughton Brigg; Fearby; Leavening ; Lyth ; Lenton; Northend Burton Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    Conistone and Rilstone, 408. Connisholme, 56. Conwell, 235. Cookley Chapel, 61. Cookstown, 486. Coolan Chapel, 60. Coolbawn, 445. Copdock, 155. Copmanthorpe, 56. Coppenhall, 175. Coppill, 157. Corbridge, 454. Corby, 255. Corcrin, 456. Corfe Castle, 188. Cork, 130. Cork, City, 147, Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 1 Geo. IV - 3 Gul. IV, Vols. LIII - LXIV

    Petitions against: 10 Geo.4. lxi. — conZinaed. Conway, 313 a. Conwill Caio, &c, 121 a Copmanthorpe, 208 a. Corbally, 265 b. Cork, 52 b. 69 a. 128 a. 335 b. Cork and Ross, 320 b. Cork, St. Peters, 238 a Subscribers-only content

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