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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Outlying villages Sutton

    the low ground to the hamlet of Stoneferry , beside the River Hull , whence a ferry crossed to the parish of Cottingham . 8 Early tracks probably led from both Sutton and Stoneferry towards Hull , but, apparently in

    Charities

    Sutton and Stoneferry . Benjamin Pead in 1784 and Ann Pead in 1799 each bequeathed £20, the interest payable out of land at Sutton ; in 1823 it was distributed with the next charity. In 1823 land at Stoneferry produced

    The city of Kingston upon Hull Parishes and Townships c. 1850 The county of Hull Modern boundary extensions Growth of the urban area

    gains of 1868. On the north Newland , part of Cottingham parish, was added. And on the north-east and east, Stoneferry , which was part of Sutton parish, and the whole of Marfleet parish were brought into the borough. 27

    Outlying villages Drypool

    own small chapel. The only other early road from Drypool was probably that running northwards along the Hull t owards Stoneferry , in Sutton . Near Drypool village was a ferry over the river to Hull , replaced in the

    Beverley , 1700– 1835 Parliamentary Elections

    M.P. for Scarborough had earlier helped the corporation in its opposition to a Bill for bridging the river Hull at Stoneferry . For his 'assiduous attention' he had been granted the freedom of the borough in 1772 and later that

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

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    TEST.CP.1853/7

    (Kingston upon Hull) : town Participant: John Lamplough [Lamplough; Lamplugh] Role: testator Details: male Employment: Publican Location: Sutton (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Stoneferry (Stone Ferry) : undefined Participant: George Lamplough [Lamplough; Lamplugh] Role: defendant Details: male; Gentleman; Brother of the testator Location:

    CP.I.239

    Place(s): Marfleet (Marfleet) : chapelry Participant: WilliamHart [Hart] Role: witness Details: male; 41; Yeoman Location: Yorkshire, East Riding Place(s): Stoneferry(Stoneferry) : undefined Document claims this is in Sutton Participant: SamuelHarpham [Harpham] Role: witness Details: male; 64; Gentleman Location: Yorkshire,

    CP.I.272

    (Kingston upon Hull) : undefined Participant: WilliamHart [Hart] Role: witness Details: male; 41; Yeoman Location: Yorkshire, East Riding Place(s): Stoneferry(Stoneferry) : undefined Document claims this is in the parish of Sutton Participant: SamuelHarpham [Harpham] Role: witness Details: male; 64;

    CP.G.133

    Details: male Location: Sutton (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Stoneferry (Stanefery, Stanferre, Stanfery) : township Wawne (YorkshireEastRiding) Wawne (Waghen) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Henry Cuming [Comeyng; Comyng; Commyng] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Sutton (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Stoneferry (Stanefery) : township Wawne (YorkshireEastRiding) Wawne

    CP.G.189

    Location: Wawne (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Wawne (Wawne) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Lopholme (Lopholme) : township Cannot identify Location: Sutton (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Stoneferry (Staneferry) : township Sutton (Sancti Jacobi de Sutton) : ecclesiastical parish Sutton is described as a parish in the

  • * British History Online *

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    Yorkshire Fines, 1564

    Sutcotts als . Sudcotts, and of 20 messuages and 14 cottages with lands in the same and in Drypooll and Stoneferry, and also of free fishing in le Marr and Fylling in Sutton. Robert Byggyn Thomas Byggyn de Mykelby 7

    Yorkshire Fines, 1565

    of Sutton and Sutcotts, and of 20 messuages and 14 cottages with lands in the same and in Drypoole and Stoneferry, and free fishing in the Marre and Fylleng in Sutton. Henry Jackeson George Conceyte and Alice his wife 3

    Yorkshire Fines, 1601, 01 January 1601-31 December 1601

    and William Gee, esq. Thomas Barnbie, esq., and Charles Barnbie and Hester his wife Messuage with lands in Sutton and Stoneferry, and common pasturage in Somergraines and Sutton. Henry Grifith, esq., Henry Slyngesby, esq., and Edward Skipwith, gent. William Skipwith,

    Yorkshire Fines, 1602, 01 January 1602-31 December 1602

    wife Lands in Drighlington. Robert Bacon and Anne his wife Robert Dalton Messuage and a cottage with lands in Sutton, Stoneferry, and Sudcots. Henry Foxcrofte, gent. John Savile, gent., and Elizabeth his wife 24 acres of pasture in Netherton als

    Yorkshire Fines, 1541-45

    Sutton, and a ninth part of 40 messuages, 20 cottages, and a watermill with lands in Sutton, Sutcotes, Dreypooles, and Stoneferry, and a ninth part of the advowson of Sutton church. Tristram Bollyng Christopher Myrfeld, esq. Manor of Tonge and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    It-ott Sutitablse foat inside and outside work Te~stinionials and lull particulars poetfree.-TIANGEbI, WATSON, & HARRIS, Point, Celour, and Varnist Mlanufacturrst, Stoneferry Works. 1 Hull: and iS. Tower h ill. London, E . 834 a ~WA4NTED TO PUIRCHASE, GENTLENEsS LEFT-OFIF CLOTBJiNG, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fir inside and otwide work. TestinmoniaLs and full particulars post free,-HIsN GFR, WATSON, & HAtIIS. Paint, Colour, anud Varnisl Manufacturers, Stoneferry Works, Hull: onil 15, Tower Hill, London, B. __ 105 . IONUMENTS HEADSTONES, MEMORIA]" CROSSES.-JAMES BENNETT & SON, Monumental Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for inside snd ontside work: Te timcoial sand fallpa rticulasr pst free.-H-ANGRR, WATSON, &; 1L~tRRIS, Paint, Colour, and arrnish Manfac3turers, Stoneferry Werks, Hull; and 1S, Tower Hill Ljondon, B.__________ IIANCY GOODS AI) STATSONX8' SUNDRIES. nHE CHEkEST WHOLESALE HOUSE IN 11 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    StpeWoodlu, Iront Suibtpaebrle fur inside and outside work. Tesimnias nd nt pati~csrspetfro.-ldNGlil. ATON. & HiARRIS, I'aint, Cesloor. sod Vrnish Manuaisotrces, Stoneferry Works, ulluU anrd l1i, Trower Hill London. E. 65 BORWICK'S BAKING POWDE.--For Bread, BORWICKS BAKING POWDER-Cakes, Pies, BORVWICK'S BAKING Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    incidents. in EXTRAORDINARY DISCOVERY OF A BoAT.-The opera- pi tions for the conveyance of the water from Springhead to ti Stoneferry have now fairly got into operation, umder the rE superintendence of Mr. Dale, the engineer. About 300 of yards Subscribers-only content

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