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  • * British History Online *

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    Yorkshire Fines, 1598, 01 January 1598-31 December 1598

    2 messuages and 2 cottages with lands in Stansfeild and Eastwood. William Skyne and Richard Gofer Thomas Gofer Land in Gilberdyke. Thomas Blande, esq. William Redshawe, gent., and Alice his wife 2 messuages with lands in Newton Wallis, Ledsham, Yearesley,

    Yorkshire Fines, 1581

    wife Messuage with land in Tickhill. John Thorley, son and heir of Miles Thorley Thomas Metham, esq. Pasture land in Gilberdyke and Sandholme. Gregory Waterhowse Thomas Bollinge and Alice his wife Messuage with lands in Wybsay and Byerle. George Morwyn

    Yorkshire Fines, 1546-50

    and Johanna his wife 10 messuages and 10 cottages with lands in Flaxfleyte, Bromefleyte, Blaktofte, Yokeflete, Grenehake, Bellysysse, Bennetland, Sandholme, Gilberdyke, Bothebye, Gowtrye, Gowthorpe, Stadyethorpe, and Scalbye. Thomas Waterton, kt., Peter Fretchwell, kt., Richard Tempest, Alvered Tempest, William Tempest, Francis

    Index of places, A-J

    , 96. Geseborne in Craven , 16. Giglesweeke , 76. Giglesweke , 106. Gigleswick , 95. Gilberdike , 31, 98. Gilberdyke , 105, 108. Gildersom , 120. Gildersome , 22, 86, 165, 193. Gildingwells , 55. Gilstead , 64. Gilsteade

    Index of places

    , 25. Gevyndall, Great, als . Great Geldayll , 130. , Little, als . Little Geldayll, 130. Gibthorpe , 189. Gilberdyke , 173. Gilbertdick , 135. Gilbertdyke als . Dyke , 193, 194. Gilberthorpehill , 10. Gildersome , 157. Gilderstofte

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

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    TEST.CP.1852/12

    : undefined Atwick (YorkshireEastRiding) Atwick (Atwick) : ecclesiastical parish Former residenceLeven (YorkshireEastRiding) Leven (Leven) : ecclesiastical parish Eastrington (YorkshireEastRiding) Gilberdike (Gilberdyke) : undefined Former residenceCottingham (YorkshireEastRiding) Low Mill (Low Mill) : undefined Yorkshire, East Riding Beverley : undefined Westwood (Westwood)

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nrnd its Extensions. The Line is intended to commenceat a Junction with the hill and Selby Railw-y at or near Gilberdyke; and from thence continue in a direct line through or near Lintons, Hella- si-eo. Laxton. Skeltous, Goole, Thoone, Vishlake, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    had to with is Intended to commence at a Jaluction with the Bull and Selby Selby Hallway at or near Gilberdyke;, and itrom thence tardy' continue in a dlseot line throngh or near Linton, Bellatsise, frosts, Laxton, Skelton, Goole, Thorne. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    York. at e- or 51ear a point where the roiruplike toad, highwaoy, pa~rishi or .11 town-hip road from. Biacktoft to Gilberdyke otherwise Gil- ar berdlike, crosses over tlse said [loll fnod Selby railway, aned 0O, terominurting by a junction with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    has broken out on Mr. Holey's farm, and also on Mr. Bol- lamny's, at Duncoats. Mr. Sowby, of Beannetland, near Gilberdyke, has lost 22. At Laxton, a number of fresh eases have occlured, and two or three cottagers are amongst Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. seorge s eed, millwright, Howdei, and w hilst working with his mactar repairing a mill at Eig-ht- and-Forty, near Gilberdyke, on Saturday last, acoidentally missed his footwig sod fell from one of the sails, n distance of thirty-five feet Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Index, 1 June 1829

    Bloomsbury, prohibiting Burying and Funeral Service in a Chapel of Ease intended to be built for (J-YzMes&r) - -- exxxii Gilberdyke (23.22. YorA), inclosing Lands -_--'- 13 Giles (Saint) in the Fields and Saint George Bloomsbury (MrfdZesfti;), regulating the Affairs Subscribers-only content

    Tithes commutation. Returns of all agreements, and of all awards, for the commutation of tithes, which have been confirmed by the Tithe Commissioners in England and Wales; also, of all apportionments ..., 1846

    Abberton. AVarndon. Alvechurch. Lindridge. Martley. York, East Riding : Elmswell with Kelly- thorpe. Hornsea Burton. Reighton. Fangfoss with Spittle. Eastrington. Gilberdyke. Routh. Boynton. Brandsburton. York, North Riding : Eskdaleside. Ugglebarnby. Sowcrby. Scotton. Ruswarp andWhitby. Crathornc. Melbecks. Muker. Coneysthorpe. Thoralby. Skiplam. Subscribers-only content

    Index, 24 June 1829

    xlv Bloomsbury, prohibiting Burying and Funeral Service in a Chapel of Ease intended to be built for (JliM-fesea;) - cxxxii Gilberdyke (iJ. _5. YorA), inclosing Lands - 13 Giles (Saint) in the Fields and Saint George Bloomsbury (MidaTesea:), regulating the Subscribers-only content

    Index, 24 June 1829

    xlv Bloomsbury, prohibiting Burying and Funeral Service in a Chapel of Ease intended to be built for (Jl_MZZe_ea;) - cxxxii Gilberdyke (iJ. _5. YorA), inclosing Lands - 13 Giles (Saint) in the Fields and Saint George Bloomsbury (MidcZZesea:), regulating the Subscribers-only content

    The thirty-second annual report of the deputy keeper of the public records., 1871

    a chapel, upon trust for Methodists. Eyntn, co. Derby. — Tenement at, for a library and mechanics' institute. Eastrington. See Gilberdyke - Eastcott, co# Wilts. — A piece of land at, parish of Swindon, for Primitive Methodists. Eastcott, co. Wilts. Subscribers-only content

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