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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Elvington

    ElvingtonELVINGTON The Village of Elvington lies about 6 miles southeast of York on the west bank of the river Derwent . 1 It faces Sutton village on the opposite bank and it seems likely that this was a natural

    Catton Kexby, Scoreby, and Stamford Bridge West

    now forming part of the York-Hull trunk road, crosses Kexby township, and from it a minor road leads southwards to Elvington . The main road formerly used a ferry across the Derwent , mentioned as early as 1315, at which

    Sutton upon Derwent

    1743 and John Sarraude held Elvington rectory in 1764 and Coleby (Lines.), too, at his death in 1800 . The rector employed an assistant curate in 1865 . 70 Since 1972 the rector of Elvington has been curatein-charge of Sutton

    Ouse and Derwent Wapentake WAPENTAKE OF OUSE AND DERWENT : the parish boundaries are those of c. 1850.

    and Dunnington . Elsewhere subtle variations in relief and drainage determined the settlement pattern, and riverside villages like Naburn and Elvington were planted at points where the meandering Ouse and Derwent swing close to the firm valley sides. The Ouse

    Index A-J

    Driffield ) , Elvington , adv., alms-ho., assarting, brick-making, bridges, Brinkworth Hall , char., ch., common fields, common meadows, common pastures, ct., dom. arch., fishing, the Grange , Hall, inc., ind., inn, lock, man., man.-ho., and see Elvington , Hall

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

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    CP.G.308

    Thompson [Thompson] Role: plaintiff Details: male Location: Elvington (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Elvington(Elvington) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: John Smithson [Smythson] Role: defendant Details: male; clerk Employment: rector of Elvington Location: Elvington (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Elvington(Elvington) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: John Shillito

    CP.G.2571

    Elvington (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Elvington(Elvington) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Agnes Hide [Hyde] Role: defendant Details: female Location: Elvington (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Elvington(Elvington) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Margert Backhouse [Backus] Role: witness Details: female; 30; wife of Richard Backhouse Location:

    TEST.CP.1746

    Date: 1746 - 1746 People & Places Participant: RichardStern [Sterne] Role: testator Details: male; Senior; esquire; deceased Location: Elvington (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Elvington(Elvington) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: RichardStern [Sterne] Role: undefined Details: male; Junior; a minor; natural child of the

    CP.G.305

    Elvington (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Elvington(Elvington) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: John Fox [Fox] Role: witness Details: male Location: Elvington (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Elvington(Elvington) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: John Harris [Harrys] Role: witness Details: male; 30 Location: Elvington (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Elvington

    CP.G.108

    Doughty [Doghtie; Dughty; Dughtye; Dughtie] Role: plaintiff Details: male Participant: Margaret Thompson [Thomson] Role: defendant Details: female Location: Elvington (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Elvington (Elvyngton) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: John Levet [Levet] Role: witness Details: male; 50 Location: Bolton (Bolton) : ecclesiastical

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BETTENHAM, William, of Elvington in Eythorne, Kent.

    William, of Elvington in Eythorne, Kent. Constituency Dates Kent 1386 Kent Sept. 1388 Ofifces Held Commr. of gaol delivery, Canterbury castle Sept. 1383; array, Kent Jan. 1400. Biography The records have little to say about William Bettenham. He was presumably

    DUCKETT, Richard (d.1448), of Grayrigg, Westmld.

    alive in January 1399, when she made a quitclaim to Ralph, earl of Westmorland, of her sister Christine’s manor of Elvington in Yorkshire.[footnote]It was almost certainly as a result of disagreements over the sharing out of the spoils that Richard

    CLERK, John (1676-1755), of Penicuik, Midlothian.

    stock, seeing my father will retain my annuity of £1,000 Scots till he be paid; and of the rents of Elvington and the lodging in Edinburgh I cannot make above £1,000 ... Wherefore I shall bless God if I can

    GATES, Sir Henry (c.1515-89), of Seamer, Yorks.; Kilburn, Mdx.; Kew, Surr. and Havering, Essex.

    be forgotten and ‘run on the rock’. In the end he acquired the lease of a rectory and land at Elvington, Newton and Sutton-upon-Derwent.[footnote]For the remainder of his life Gates continued to be active in the north-sometimes without cause. He

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his having an apoplectic fit, from which he never ~e~etred. From early life he enjoyed ohs personal friendship of his present At her residence, 21, Cecil-street, Strand, Eliza Nathan, the well-known ,_ohr of" Langreacts," a Elvington," and mhany literary works. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    quite attain. The story is written in a gentle, pleasant spirit, and is very good reading of its kind. 21Jaurice Elvington (9) is another novel of the week, which will also commend itself to quiet readers. It is an autobio- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to his mother's house at Elvington, in Yorkshire. For the Sternes were a well- I to-do Yorkshire family. Roger's father, Simon Sterne, himself the son of a money-making archbishop, had married the heiress of Elvington; was dead; and had left Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    parties intended to appear at the Court on the 6th of next month. DEATH BY LIGHTNING.-A shocking, event occu-red at Elvington, in the East Riding of Yorkshire, last week. On Wednesday some labourers on Mr. Richardson's farm were engaged on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ameatentet of FIRS T-0a, A ss FuR E. ITNTU R E DINIG ROOMB DRAWING iiOQxS, bIAN3UFACTORY AND SHOW ROOMS, Wlv- ELVINGTON ., HI oUS E ANN STBEE T,,492 5 TANDARD, BOOKS, CHEAP, Published 6ferel-d fto CATALOGUII GRAM ANeD TOST wtluL Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Anthonius Hopper, 8/2/1598

    DETAIL Surname Hopper Forename Anthonius Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason natural death Date 8/2/1598 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Elvington// OTHER INFORMATION Source BI, Inst. AB.3 (Institution Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Hutton, Matthew/York Province 1595- 1606 Comment

    Phineas Hodgson, 14/11/1605

    DETAIL Surname Hodgson Forename Phineas Title Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 14/11/1605 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Elvington// OTHER INFORMATION Source BI, Inst. AB.3 (Institution Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Hutton, Matthew/York Province 1595- 1606 Comment

    Henricus Aiscough, 18/3/1625

    CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Aiscough Forename Henricus Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 18/3/1625 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Elvington// OTHER INFORMATION Source BI, Inst. AB.5 (Institution Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Matthew, Tobias/York Province 1606- 1628 Comment

    Johannes Man, 8/2/1598

    Surname Man Forename Johannes Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 8/2/1598 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Elvington// OTHER INFORMATION Source BI, Inst. AB.3 (Institution Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Hutton, Matthew/York Province 1595- 1606 Comment Patron Details

    Phineas Hodgeson, 20/7/1600

    Hodgeson Forename Phineas Title Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Presentation Date 20/7/1600 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Elvington// OTHER INFORMATION Source BI, Inst. AB.3 (Institution Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Hutton, Matthew/York Province 1595- 1606 Comment Lawfully vacant

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    A Bill for Inclosing and Dividing the Common, or Moor, called Elvington-Moor, within the Manor and Parish of Elvington, in the County of York., 11 June 1742

    y»r /^r/^yfo^ #/fc/ Z)/p/- Elvington-Moor, a;/&/^/¥«r ^/?i P#r//& 0/" Elvington, /# /^ G?#///y #/~ York. ^ <£ ft "25 211 <^> there is a large Wafte, Common, of Moor, called Ppzzzzgfajz-ik/W, containing by Efti- mation Eight Hundred Acres, or thereabout, Subscribers-only content

    26 January 1742, 26 January 1743

    or Moor, called Elvingfon Moor, within the Manor and '• Parifh of Elvington, in the County of TVi" IE Jovis, 27° JanuariL And the fame was read the Firft Tirne-; Domini tam Spirituales quam Temporales prasfentes fuerunt: Th'13 Day Heneage Subscribers-only content

    27 January 1742, 27 January 1743

    leela eft Billa, intituled, " An Acl for ing, Bill. « enclofing and dividing the Common or Moor called " Elvington Moor, within the Manor and Parifh of El- " vingtsn, in the County of Tork." Ordered, That the faid Subscribers-only content

    22 February 1742, 22 February 1743

    " An A& for enclofing and dividing the Com-doling, Bill* " mon, or Moor, called Elvington Moor, within the Manor " and Parifti of Elvington, in the County of Tork,i} be revived; and meet on Friday next. Hodie 3a vice Subscribers-only content

    28 February 1742, 28 February 1743

    till To-morrow. -tpus. Elvington Moor ericlof- iiig, Bill, « The Lord Willoughby of Parham reported from the Lords Committees to whom the Bill, intituled, " An Aft for enclofing and dividing the Common, or Moor, " called Elvington Moor, within Subscribers-only content

 

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