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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The twelfth and thirteenth centuries The aspect of the city

    well as wood; and the old fortifications of the city were replaced by a wall of stone except around the Walmgate area. 4 Of the two bridges over the Foss and Ouse , moreover, the latter at least had been

    Modern York Social life, 1835-1900

    little but drink in the public houses which abounded i n the centre of the town. Along Walmgate , between Fossgate and Walmgate Bar, a distance of about 500 yards, there were in 1901 20 public houses, 4 off-licence shops,

    City walls, bars, posterns and bridges

    they were found the remains of Roman walls. On the east, in the Walmgate area, some defences may have been erected by the mid12th century when Walmgate Bar is mentioned. 3 The defences were strengthened towards the end of John's

    Modern York Public health in the nineteenth century

    308 living between 13 and 20 to a house; 150 lived cheek by jowl in Britannia Place , and along Walmgate they swarmed in the yards, courts, and passages. Here, then, were closely knit colonies of new-comers to York ,

    The twelfth and thirteenth centuries Owners of city property

    Lane (now Duncombe Place), Aldwark , Blake Street, and St. Andrewgate, all north-east of the Ouse ; Walmgate , 'Little Bretgate' (possibly off Walmgate ), and Fishergate, over the Foss ; and 'Lounelithe' (probably near the Old Baile ) across

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

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    TEST.CP.1834/5

    Details: male; Executor of the testator Participant: James Richardson [Richardson] Role: undefined Details: male; Executor of the testator Location: York, St Mary Bishophill (junior) (Yorkshire) Place(s): Copmanthorpe (Copmanthorpe) : undefined Location: York : city Place(s): YorkWalmgate (Walmgate) : street name

    CP.G.2476

    Role: plaintiff Details: male Location: York (Ebor) : city Place(s): York : city Walmgate (Walmegait) : street name Participant: John Sisson [Sisson] Role: defendant Details: male Location: York (Ebor) : city Place(s): York : city Walmgate (Walmegait) : street name

    CP.E.111

    Details: male; clerk Employment: proctor Participant: Margaret Burton [de Burton] Role: witness Details: female; 30 Location: York : city Place(s): Walmgate (Walmegate) : street name Participant: John Wold [de Wald] Role: witness Details: male; 20 Employment: apprentice of Thomas Wold

    CONS.CP.1806/7

    : city Walmgate(Walmgate) : street name Previous place of residence of the witness. Notes: Formerly a lodger of the plaintiff. Participant: Elizabeth Thompson [Thompson] Role: witness Details: female; 15; Spinster Location: York : city Place(s): Walmgate(Walmgate) : street

    CP.G.1411

    CP.G.1411 Reference:CP.G.1411 Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193 Court:undefined Case:Defamation (sexual slander) Details:3 Pieces; Has deposition; Has libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 4/11/1568 - 4/11/1568 People & Places Participant: Isabel Marshall [Marshall] Role: plaintiff Details: female; wife of William Marshall Location:

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by a melancholy fatality in this city last week. A young man named Thomas Rhodes, a bricklayer, who resided in Walmgate, was thus employed on Monday evig week, whenhenn suddenly felt a severe pain, his arm imme- diately swelled 19 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the York and Hull theatres, and who was formerly the leader, had been fbund dead in a stable, in Walmgate. An inquest was held the same evening before Mr Wood, coroner. Mary Ann Hildreth deposeTsthat she last saw de- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Ancient Corinum."-Tisic.s. FATAL CASE O0 STABBING IN Yowi.-On Saturday morning, an Irish labourer, named Patrick Durkin, who resided in Walmgate, York, died in consequence of having received a fearful wound in his body about midnight on Thursday. Durkin had Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (late Tynychelyn Llanfair, Dyffryn Clwd, near Buthin, farmer. JAMsES MELnOunss E, Blenheim Cottages, aonkgte, late of the Crown Brewery Hotel, Walmgate, both York, journeyman painter, atei innkeeper. HERnamsT RErnDATE, Queens Wall and Traffle Street, Notting- )ham, lace manufacturer; lately trading Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Bramcote, Nottinghamshire, mnineral-water manufacturer. TlOlAs SERLnOCK, St. James's Square, Wolver- hampton, cabinet-maker and upholsterer. GsoRGs EASvwOOD, Railway Street, late Walmgate, both Yock, plane and tool maker. JOas FBY AsxGuL, Okehampton, Devonshire, Master mariner. S SYDNaY IRSELAND, Blackamoor's Head Inn, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, Y, 01 January 1681-31 December 1685

    Petergate, 1199. Priory of Holy Trinity, 877. St. Mary's chantry or monastery, 1193 4, 1196, 1536, 1545. Street Flat, 1554. Walmgate, 1200. Whitgift, 1536. - COUNTY , 18, 93, 228, 270, 793, 843, 872, 923, 967, 1083, 1290, 1343, 1372,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 12 November 1830, 12 November 1830-12 November 1830

    County of York , whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Walmgate: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members of a Society and Congregation of Wesleyan Methodists worshipping at Saint George's Chapel, Walmgate , in the City of York , whose

    Yorkshire Fines, 1581

    Northe, junr. Garden with lands in the parishes of S t Dionisius and S t Margaret in Walmgate in the city of York. ** Martin Brighouse and Richard Crosbie John Bassett, esq. Manor of Adlyngflete and 6 messuages and 4

    General Index, W, Y, Z, 01 January 1644-30 September 1644

    a member of the Council of State letter to Walmer , co. Kent letter dated from Castle documents dated from Walmgate , co. York Walsingham , Sir Thomas acquittance by Walsall , co. Stafford Waltham Forest Walthamstow , co. Essex Subscribers-only content

    Warrants etc, December 1697, 21-31, 21 December 1697-31 December 1697

    2 19 0 tenement in Toft and Croft and other lands in Yaulthorp 3 6 8 tenement and garden in Walmgate in York 0 0 7 Cott[age ] and garden in Great Haughton 0 4 6 Rubry of Bolton upon

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    NORTH, John (by 1495-1558), of York.

    1513-14. Although North was to surpass them both, he continued to live in his father’s unfashionable parish of St. Margaret’s, Walmgate. Admitted to the freedom during 1515-16 as a tanner, he may have taken over his father’s business, but he

    RUSSELL, Richard I (d.1435), of York.

    of his death, Russell had accumulated an impressive amount of property in York, comprising rents, tenements, shops and gardens in Walmgate, Davygate, Stonegate, Hungate (where he lived in some style) and St. Saviourgate. Some of these were set aside for

    TALKAN, Robert, of York.

    he may have abandoned the scheme. He and his friend, William Selby, also shared an interest in a messuage in Walmgate; and in about 1400 he began litigation against Sir Gerard Salvin for the recovery of other, unspecified premises in

    HOLME, William (by 1501-58), of York.

    calls him ‘vice-admiral between Humber and Tyne; and the steward of St. Mary abbey lands; collector for Newburgh’.[footnote]Holme lived in Walmgate, in the parish of St. Denys. In 1524 he was taxed on £5 in goods in that parish, but

    SELBY, William (d.c.1426), of York.

    another of his relatives, also named William, did business as a weaver and was able to hand on property in Walmgate to his own son. Selby himself engaged in the wool trade, and although comparatively little direct evidence has survived

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    18 February 1813, 18 February 1813

    the Houfeholders and of St. Denis Inhabitants of the Parifh of Saint Denis Walmgate, and Walmgate, the United Parifhes of Saint Margaret and Saint Peter le Willows Walmgate, in the City of Tork, and the Parifh of Saint Lawrence, in Subscribers-only content

    10 June 1824, 10 June 1824

    meet on the same Day, at the same Place ; and to adjourn as they please. Redruth Bill. « is. Walmgate JJar Common Bill- Bristol & Taunton Canal Bill. Adjourn. ads gel, ure Hodie 2a vice lecta est Billa, intituled, Subscribers-only content

    14 June 1824, 14 June 1824

    Walmgate The Earl of Shaflesbury reported from the Lords Bar Common Committees, to whom the Bill, intituled, " An Act for " extinguishing the Rights of Stray and Average over " certain Lands called Half-year Lands, situate without " Subscribers-only content

    15 June 1824, 15 June 1824

    was resolved in the Affirmative. Walmgate Bur Common Bill: Hodie 3a vice lecta est Billa, intituled, " An Act for extinguishing the Rights of Stray and Average over certain Lands called Half-year Lands, situate without Walmgate Bar, in the Suburbs Subscribers-only content

    17 June 1824, 17 June 1824

    Act for extinguishing the Rights *' of Stray and Average over certain Lands called Half- " year Lands, situate without Walmgate Bar, in the " Suburbs or Precincts of the City of York ." " An Act " for dividing, Subscribers-only content

 

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