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You searched for: Place: Pocklington, Source type: Secondary sources

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Barmby Moor

    part of the parish transferred to Pocklington in 1901 Wilberforce Lodge , St. John 's Lodge , and Dolman House were built by Pocklington School in the 1850s . 34 The suburbs of Pocklington have spread into the area in

    Allerthorpe

    mother-church of Pocklington , was held to justify the granting of burial rights to Thornton . 11 The streams and dikes of the parish formerly drained into Pocklington beck, which constituted the eastern boundary, but in 1818 the Pocklington canal

    Fangfoss

    runs along the higher land on which Fangfoss stands and continues towards Pocklington ; it is joined in the village by a road from Wilberfoss . The Pocklington road crosses Spittal beck by a bridge mentioned in 1371 . 10

    Parishes Brington

    23 In 1663 Thomas Wright , M.D., presented Oliver Pocklington , 24 and although Thomas Sheppard presented Abel Sheppard in 1666 , Oliver Pocklington was rector in 1668 . John Pocklington had become patron by 1681 and in 1690 presented

    Full Sutton

    , and the 19th century. 61 No parochial records before 1835 are known. Full Sutton joined Pocklington poor-law union in 1836 62 and Pocklington rural district in 1894 . 63 It became part of the North Wolds district of Humberside

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    POCKLINGTON, John (c.1658-1731), of the Middle Temple

    Wortley Montagu*) but was defeated by two Tories.[footnote]In 1705 Pocklington moved up to contest the county, presumably with Manchester’s backing. He was soon outstripping potential rivals, and was returned unopposed. Pocklington was classed as a Churchman in a published analysis

    JACKSON, Peter (by 1489-1531/32), of York.

    in the Pavement, York; to James a house at Dalton in the North Riding; and to Margaret a house at Pocklington in the East Riding. His three young children were made residuary legatees and, together with his wife and his

    WENTWORTH, Michael (by 1512-58), of Whitley, Yorks., Mendham, Suff. and Cannon Row, Westminster, Mdx.

    master of the Household by Aug. 1546-Jan. 1558, cofferer Jan. 1558-d.; steward, Langton in the Wold, Yorks. 1536, Catton and Pocklington, Yorks. 1540, Castle Sowerby, Penrith and Scotby, Cumb. 1542; gen. receiver and surveyor, Eye and Westhorpe, Suff. and other

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