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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Middle division South Skirlaugh South Skirlaugh 1852 Skirlaugh Church

    Middle division South Skirlaugh SOUTH SKIRLAUGH THE large village of South Skirlaugh lies 4 km. north from Swine village. Its name is discussed above. 69 South Skirlaugh township, later civil parish, was of 1,102 a. (446 ha.) until 1885, when

    Middle division North Skirlaugh and Rowton North Skirlaugh 1782

    92 North Skirlaugh , c . 4 km. north of Swine village, was formerly the head of Skirlaugh union and remains a centre of local government. 93 The name Skirlaugh is an Anglo-Scandinavian hybrid, meaning 'bright clearing'; Skirlaugh comprised settlements

    Middle division Swine Swine parish c. 1860 Swine 1618 Swine Church 1784

    , 50 crossed the parish. Swine station was built between the village and Coniston , Skirlaugh station beside the Bridlington road between Coniston and South Skirlaugh , Ellerby station north-west of that hamlet, and Marton or Burton Constable station west

    Middle division Thirtleby

    people were relieved occasionally in the early 19th century. 4 Thirtleby joined Skirlaugh poor-law union in 1837 , 5 and the township, later civil parish, remained in Skirlaugh rural district until 1935. As part of Coniston civil parish, it was

    Middle division Marton Marton in the late 18th century

    and 1 occasional relief between 1812 and 1815 . 46 Marton joined Skirlaugh poorlaw union in 1837 , 47 and the township, later civil parish, remained in Skirlaugh rural district until 1935. As part of Burton Constable civil parish, it

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

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    CP.H.853

    of Skirlaugh Location: Swine (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Skirlaugh (Skirlay) : chapelry Participant: Thomas Rand [Rand; Rande] Role: defendant Details: male Location: York (Ebor') : diocese Participant: Nicholas Easthope [Eastroppe; Estropp] Role: witness Details: male; 50 Location: Swine (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Skirlaugh (Skirley)

    CP.G.876

    Location: Swine (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Skirlaugh (Skirlay, Skirlow) : township Unclear if North or South Skirlaugh is meantSwine (Swyne) : ecclesiastical parish Location: North Frodingham (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): North Frodingham (Frodingham) : undefined lordship Location: Swine (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Skirlaugh (Skirley) : chapelry

    DC.CP.1699/1

    witness Details: male; 50; Gentleman Location: Swine (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): North Skirlaugh (North Skerlaugh) : undefined Participant: Randulf Rand [Rand] Role: witness Details: male; 30; Junior; Gentleman Location: Swine (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Skirlaugh (Skenley) : undefined Participant: Robert Hounsley [Hansley] Role: witness

    CP.I.856

    proctor Details: male Participant: JohnMoorhouse [Moorhouse] Role: defendant Details: male; Clerk Location: Swine (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Skirlaugh (Skirliew, Skirlew) : undefined Unclear if North or South Skirlaugh is meant. Participant: JohnShaw [Shaw] Role: defence proctor Details: male Participant: MarmadukeJackson [Jackson] Role:

    CP.H.3712

    plaintiff Details: male Notes: farmer of tithes in Skirlaugh Participant: Edward Greenhead [Greenhead] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Swine (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Skirlaugh (Skirlough, Skirlaugh) : chapelry Unclear if North or South Skirlaugh is meant.Swine (Swine) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Francis

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cases before the Committee, February 1649, 01 February 1649-28 February 1649

    D. 99 351 21 July 1652. William Langdale states his title. His grandfather being possessed of an estate in Langthorpe, Skirlaugh, & c., in co. York, long before the wars, settled the same on himself for life, the remainder to Subscribers-only content

    Index, S, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    ( Linc .), 774: g. 970 (32). Skirbeck (Skerbeck) , Linc., i. g. 302 (63). Skirlaugh , North- (Northkyrlagh), Yorks., i. g. 1166 (37). Skirlaugh , South- (Southkyrlagh), Yorks., i. g. 1166 (37). Shirpenbeck , Yorks., i. g. 1166 (6).

    Index, N, O, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    , i. 283, 517, 520; ii. pp. 454, 461. Northiam , Suss., ii. g. 771 (3). Northkyrlagh , Yorks. See Skirlaugh. North Leach (Northlache, Northlatche) , Glouc., i. 963 (43); ii. p. 440. Northlewe , Devon. See Lew. North Load

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1 vol., crown 8vo. NEW NOVELS. RALF SKIRLAUGH.. 'By E. PEACOCK. 3 vols. From the Athenaeum, Nov. 19, 1870. It is carefully and forcibly written, and will, doubtless prove a success. 'Ralf Skirlaugh,' in short, deserves great praise." ON CREDIT. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    other historical novel of any note of late years, unless it be Mr Edward Peacock's clever and spirited story, 'Icalf Skirlaugh ;' and that, perhaps, ought rather to be termed antiquarian than strictly historical. But 'For the King' is in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WHYTE-MIELVILLE. 3 vole. SUNKEN ROCKS. By AUBREY PANTULP-1. 3 vols. JOHN MARKENFIELD. By ED1WARD PEA- COCK, F.S.A,, Author of 'Ralf Skirlaugh,' 'Mabel Heron,' &c. 3 vols. LESCAR, the UNIVERPSALIST. By MARIA Al. GRANT, Author of 'Artiste,' ' Bright Morning.' 3 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the possession of the plice. Perkins was an orphan brought up by an- aunt, 3iss Charlotte Perkins, residing at Skirlaugh, near Hull. About eight years ago, at the request of AMiss Pe:kins, the deceased was taken into the office Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or QcEos's PsEZs; Yarborough Flat Rae, HeGza MucxGGa; Qualdfving:Steepieehsse, LFDLVow. At Hull I fancy the following:-Rowton Se2ling Hurdle Plate, TRacTHac: Skirlaugh Hurdle Plate, Puaaszmcuaz or WILD MFAI.ow; Aldbrongh Steeplechase, WILD Mr.Dnow; Clifford Flat Race, SAsNDYe; Holderness Steeplechase, LoED BoeS; Borough Subscribers-only content

 

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