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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Middle division Thirtleby

    Middle division ThirtlebyTHIRTLEBYTHIRTLEBY hamlet lies 4 km. south-east from Swine village. The name is Scandinavian and means 'Thorkel's farmstead'. 49 Of 755 a. (306 ha.), 50 the civil parish was united in 1935 with that of Coniston as

    Middle division Coniston Coniston and Thirtleby 1852

    the reverse; it may mean 'king's farm'. 98 Coniston , which comprised 602 a. (244 ha.), 99 was united with Thirtleby civil parish in 1935 as the new civil parish of Coniston , with an area of 1,358 a. (550

    Middle division Ellerby Ellerby 1852

    1287 William's son (Sir) Herbert held 5 carucates and 5 bovates in Ellerby and Thirtleby in demesne, and his undertenants held c . 4½ carucates at Thirtleby and Dowthorpe. 97 The demesne estate then and later formed WOODHALL manor, which

    Middle division Sproatley Sproatley c. 1760

    the village lesser streams carry water south and south-eastwards to the boundary drains, and another minor watercourse drains westwards into Thirtleby , in Swine. Improvements to the drainage under the Keyingham Level Drainage Acts of 1772 and later evidently included

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

    low as 3 m. at Swine village. Scattered sand and gravel deposits include those chosen as sites for Coniston and Thirtleby . 19 The parish was drained by Lambwath stream, which continued south-westwards across the parish towards the river Hull

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

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    CP.H.4408

    Role: prosecution proctor Details: male Employment: Notary Public Participant: Thomas Lea [Lee] Role: defence proctor Details: male Employment: Notary Public Location: Kirby Grindalythe (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Mowthorpe (Kirby Mowthorpe) : township Mowthorpe Grange (Mowthorpe Grainge) : grange Thirkelby (Thirtleby) : township

    CP.G.1312

    Bilton (Biltome, Bilton, Biltone) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Swine (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Marton (Martone, Marton) : township Location: Swine (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Thirtleby (Thorkelbye, Thorklebie, Thorkilbie, Thorkilbye) : undefined Location: Swine (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Coniston (Conistone, Connyston, Conyngeston, Coningstone) : undefined Location: Swine

    CP.H.2083A

    : ecclesiastical parish Location: Swine (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Swine (Swyne, Swine) : township Coniston (Coniston) : township Ellerby (Ellerby) : township Thirtleby (Thorkleby, Thorkelby) : township Benningholme (Benningham) : township Ganstead (Ganstead) : township Oubrough (Owbrough, Awbroughe) : township Dowthorpe Hall

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of places

    Leicester, 6. Thickethorne , co. Warwick, 336, 342. Thinby , co. Yo rk, 122. Thirsk , co. York, 243 245. Thirtleby , co. York, 244 245. Thornbarche , co. York, 119, 121, 127. Thorne , co. Worcester, 212, 218. Thornton

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    farm servant, named William Hammond, aged twenty-three, was going in a light cart to one of his master's fields at Thirtleby, near Luttons; when he was struck dead by a flash of lightning. A man seated with him was knocked Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Utosdon i'f NlMsrrs ltsckw'od and Shep- t * crd, Seiuiritor, Beset lvy (at whose Offive a Mapif uftbe 1Eo-ate at Thirtleby may bh seent) of' Mr. U1'ton, Soli- eizor, Ioetds of Messrs. Fete, AsInnore, ;antd Hamilton, t'sitora, No. 2, Henrie' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ? County, on Wvednesday, September 27th, 1820. w Lot 6. A very desirable l-reehtold antd Tithe-Free I: Estste, situate at Thirtleby, in Holderncss, in tbe East- P ltidissgof ths County of York, colsisting of a Messuage C or psrn miouse, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ..Joseph, Llndley Stevenson James, York I Stephenson Wm. Aughton John, Goodmanham e - Wm, jun., Market Welghton John, Fangfoss Thomas, Thirtleby Capt. Thos., York Steeple George, Sutton Sherwood Wm. Rysom Garth . . George Henry, do. Skelton Henry, Sheffield John, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ruddlngs Stephenson John, jun. Good- inanham, Stephenson Joseph, Cherry Burton Stephenson Win., j n. Arras Stephenson Wmn. Itudstone Stephenson Thos. Thirtleby Stephenson John, Taceby Stephenson Johb, Maroke Stephenson J. Easingwvold Stert itier John, Salton hh Steward Thus. Carr, Halifax Stoclts Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Thomas Jackson, 0/0/0

    Surname Jackson Forename Thomas Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Appointment Date 0/0/0 Office/Status Schoolmaster Clerical Status Location Thirtleby// Location OTHER INFORMATION Source YMA, S3/4d (Subscription Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Dean and Chapter of York/York 0- 0 Comment

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