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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


    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


    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


    and Thornton . 12 From Pocklington hundred it drew the townships of Allerthorpe , Barmby Moor , Beilby, Belthorpe, Bolton , Burnby , Catton , Everingham , Fangfoss , Gowthorpe , Greenwick , Hayton , Pocklington , Sutton upon Derwent

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

    wapentakes. Ouse and Derwent wapentake, first mentioned in 1200 , 5 was made up of parts of Cave, Howden , Pocklington , Sneculfcros, and Warter hundreds, though the Howden townships may not have been included until the 14th century. From


    and 1850, 39 and six families lived there in 1851 . 40 Wilberfoss and Newton joined Pocklington poor-law union in 1836 41 and Pocklington rural district in 1894 . 42 They became part of the North Wolds district of Humberside

    Sutton upon Derwent

    37 LOCAL GOVERNMENT. No manorial records and no parochial records before 1835 are known. Sutton joined Pocklington poor-law union in 1836 38 and Pocklington rural district in 1894 . 39 It became part of the North Wolds district of Humberside

    Thornton THORNTON 1616

    were poorhouses at Melbourne in the 19th century. 6 Thornton , Melbourne , and Storwood joined Pocklington poor-law union in 1836 7 and Pocklington rural district in 1894 . 8 They became part of the North Wolds district of Humberside

    Houses of Austin canons Priory of Warter

    fair in Warter to the injury of the free market and free fair of the Earl of Albem arle in Pocklington . The prior relinquished the market in Warter , and in return the earl granted the prior and his

    Houses of Benedictine monks Priory of St John Baptist & St Godric, Finchale

    Uthred de Boldon (again), occ. 1390 Roger Mainsforth Robert Rypon, occ. 1397 Thomas D'Autre, 1405 to Christmas, 1411 William de Pocklington , 1411-23 William Barry , 1423; d. 1439 Henry Feriby, app. 13 Feb. 1439 -40; held office till Sept.


    a house and 152 a. at Bridlington , 13 a. at Murton , in Osbaldwick (Yorks. N.R.), 39 a. at Pocklington , and 31 a. at Sewerby , in Bridlington . In 1809 the rents amounted to c . £638,

    Hemingbrough South Duffield

    Duffield belonged after the Conquest to William Malet and 2 carucates were said to belong to the king's manor of Pocklington . By 1086, however, 7 carucates and 5 bovates were held by Niel Fossard from the count of Mortain

    Religious houses Introduction

    as many monasteries of the diocese. The monks of St. Andrew , Northampton , were ordered to receive William de Pocklington , but the monastery refused to receive him and sent a letter to that effect to the bishop. The

    The parish of Ribchester

    Ascitiis 38 The King res. G. de Russelon c. 1290 Robert de Pocklington 39 - - 23 Nov. 1325 Robert de Brustwick 40 " res. R. de Pocklington oc. 1333 Thomas Trayley 41 - - 10 Nov. 1337 Matthew Palmer

    The City of Leicester Parliamentary history, 1660-1835

    James Sismey , and one of the common councilmen, John Pocklington , were dismissed by the Court of Aldermen from their places in the corporation, Sismey nominally for non-residence, and Pocklington for insolvency. When they turned up at the guildhall

    Catton High and Low Catton and Stamford Bridge East CATTON AND STAMFORD BRIDGE 1616

    Land of Nod , south of High Catton village. 75 The Cattons and Stamford Bridge joined Pocklington poor-law union in 1836 76 and Pocklington rural district in 1894 . 77 They became part of the North Wolds district of Humberside

    Index K-Z

    pop., prot. nonconf., rectory, recusancy, roads, Rossmoor Lodge , sch., tithes, windmill, woodland, Melton (in Welton ) , Meltonby (in Pocklington ) , Mennell : Chas., Wm., fam., Menthorpe , Rob. of, Menthorpe , Menthorpe with Bowthorpe (in Hemingbrough and

    Hospitals Crayke - Hedon

    , when Philip le Waleys , 'of the hospital of Wangefosse,' was accused of assaulting Alan son of Agnes in Pocklington , 62 and is again mentioned in 1352 , when Nicholas Marchaunt, ' staying in Fangfosse spitell,' murdered Thomas

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