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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Outlying townships Eske ESKE, 1833

    Outlying townships EskeESKEESKE, 1833 The township of Eske , lying about 4 km. northeast of Beverley on the east bank of the river Hull , was in Holderness wapentake, outside the liberties of Beverley but in the parish

    Outlying townships Tickton Tickton before inclosure in 1664

    a parish for local government purposes; it contained 775 a. in 1852 . 93 In 1935 it was combined with Eske , Storkhill and Sandholme , and Weel civil parishes as Tickton civil parish, with a total area of 3,314

    The sixteenth century Parliamentary Representation

    , 1558-1603 , i. 381; ii. 242; iii. 513-14, 657-8. Ibid. ii. 157; iii. 13, 263; below, Outlying Townships ( Eske ; Weel ). Hist. Parl., Commons , 1558-1603 , i. 330. Ibid. iii. 439-40; L. & P. Hen .

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    Michael Warton 's hospitals. Photograph by D. Innes , 1962, N.M.R. " 269 Deserted village site, Eske . Photograph by R.C.H.M., 1970 " 284 Eske Manor . Photograph by A. Marshall , 1984 , Brynmor Jones Library, University of Hull

    Outlying townships Weel Weel in the early 17th century

    The township, which contained 1,131 a. in 1852 , formed a civil parish. 1 In 1935 it was combined with Eske , Storkhill and Sandholme , and Tickton and Hull Bridge civil parishes as Tickton civil parish. 2 The whole

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

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    CP.G.2030

    Place(s): Northallerton (Northallerton) : town Location: Leven (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Leven (Leven) : undefined Location: Beverley : ecclesiastical parish Place(s): BeverleyEske (Eske) : undefined Location: Kyrkbywold (Kyrkbywold) : undefined Cannot identify Location: Scotland (Scotlande) : country Location: Kirby Wiske (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s):

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING _WS. WARWICK RACES. lt~s~ri..T~S mst sccesfulmeeIng was concludedi in v exceptionally fine weather. No fault could he found with the C sport, which was resumed with the Castle Hurdle Race. The 1L Sharper started a better favourite than Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    QUEEN'S HOSPITAL. MY LoinDs, LADIEs, AND GmNTxEmmN, TBeg to offer myself as an old Student of lQueen' College for one of the Ap ointments, proposed by tho Hospital Board, as SURGEON ACUTUC UR, to tho Insti- tution. I have Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    grabefmeu'0 S.brte%e. THE B110UNGHAM MOURNING AND PUNERAL WAREHOUSE' 4 NEW 82RBZT, BI.RMNaGHAM. lACH and BARKER respeptfully JL invite pnubll attention to their extensive stock oS RLAC: DRESS SIIXS, CReAPES, PARA4ATTAS, HENRIETTA5 PRINCETA, AND COBURG CLOTHS, WP BS GINGHAMS, A" Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THEI BIRMINGHAM MOURNING AND FUNERAL WAREHOUSE, 42, NEW STREET, 11l1MINOHA4M. -DACH and BARKER respeetfually JLBP ivitepubuittentlon ttheirxtensive Stook ol BL&CK9 DRESS SILKS, CR&PES PARAMATTAS, HENRIETTA, PRINCETTA, AND COBURG CLOTHS, PRINTS, GINGOAMS, AND EVERY ARTIOlE NECESSARY FOR FAMILY MOURNING, Sterling Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    jublic &mUseintn%. "TBEATEE ROYAI, BIRMlNGHAM,-THIS ] j. EVlt?4NlS IWednea.!ey) wrnbeiiresrfl "TilE COiOII8CAN fiUXOTtEklS." To eonclude sith the FANTO~iI&IE.l- Lower b J:Sc~eB. 25.* Pit Is. ; Gallery, 6dj Hal prioe to Boxes at Nine otolok. r. peers opeD *t hab' Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 March 1764, 21 March 1764

    4 Geo, III. Journals df 'the Hoiife of Lords, Sl9 ti Bounty ; and that, in Confideration of their Services, '5 His Majefty was gracioufly pleafed to give them a " Reward of Fifty Pounds per Annum each; which Subscribers-only content

    28 March 1764, 28 March 1764

    Benningholme Grange, and Fairholme, North Skirlaiigh, Rowton, Arnold, Long Riß en, Leven, Heigholme, and Holly tree-Holme, Brandes-Burt on, and Burfall, Eske, Tickton, IVeel, Routh, Meaux, and Wagben otherwife Wawn, in Holdernefs, in the Eaß Riding of the County of Tork." Subscribers-only content

    28 March 1764, 28 March 1764

    holme Grange, and Fairholme, North Skirlaugh, Row- " ton, Arnold, Long Rifion, Leven, Heigholme, and " Hallytree-Hclme, Brandes-Burton, and Burfall, Eske, " Tickton, Weel, Routh, Meaux, and Waghen other- " wife Waivn, in Holdernejfe, in the Eafi Riding of " Subscribers-only content

    30 March 1764, 30 March 1764

    Grange, and Fairholme, North Skirlaugh, " Rowton, Arnold, Long Riflon, Leven, Heigholme, and " Rally tree-Holme, Brandes Burton, and Bur/all, Eske, " Tickion, Weel, Rowth, Meaux, and Waghen other- " wife Wawn, in Holdernefs, in the Eafi Riding of the Subscribers-only content

    25 April 1766, 25 April 1766

    and Fairholme, " North Skirlaugh, Rowton, Arnold, Long Paßon, Leven, " Heigholme, and Hallytree Holme, Brandes Burton, and " Burfiall, Eske, Tickton, Weel, Routh, Meaux and Wagen *' otherwife Wawn, in Holdernefs, in the Eaft Riding of " the County Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LEEK, Sir John (d.c.1415), of Leake and Cotham, Notts.

    probably worth considerably more. He and his wife had, in addition, once enjoyed an interest in the Yorkshire manors of Eske and Well, which must for a time have augmented their landed income even further. The Leeks were a prolific

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