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    Yorkshire Fines, 1556

    in Great Oldefeld and Sandall. Edmond Broke Francis Woderove. esq., and Elizabeth his wife 3 messuages with lands in Normanton, Altofts, Ledstone, and Woodhouse. John Talbott Christopher Aleyn, kt., and Etheldreda his wife Manor of Southottryngton and 5 messuages with

    Yorkshire Fines, 1557

    esq., Christopher Bryskoo and Ursula his wife 8 messuages and 6 cottages with lands in Stanley, Wakefeld, Ouchthorpe, Alderthorpe, and Altofts, also free warren for rabbits in Stanley. Thomas Nycoll Thomas Cooke and Alice his wife Messuage, & c., in

    Yorkshire Fines, 1566

    Ld. Mountegle Messuage with lands in Mitton. William Frobyser, esq. Gregory Frobyser and Ann his wife Messuage with lands in Altofts. Robert Boythes John Wadesworth and Alice his wife Messuage with lands in Ovenden. Richard Vayray John Dey and Elizabeth

    Yorkshire Fines, 1568

    and in Rodley, Woodall, Pristhropp, Ecclesall, Ecclesall Parke, Farley, Mensyngton als . Menston, Frickley, Bageley, Burney, Pomfrett, Collum, Rawdon, Wombewell, Altofts, and Steade. Henry Batt, gent. Robert Nayler and Agnes his wife 2 messuages with lands in Barneby super moram,

    Yorkshire Fines, 1571

    als . Mallett, deceased Frances Malett als . Malett 6 messuages, a windmill, and a horsemill with lands in Normanton, Altofts, Snydall, Pontfrett, Preston Jackley, Meyre, Southhendley, and Acton. Brian Yonge William Drewry Messuage with lands in Wilberfosse and Newton.

    Yorkshire Fines, 1580

    esq., and Brigitt his wife Manor of Newland and 10 messuages and 40 cottages with lands in Newland, Normanton, Warmefeild, Altofts, Lofthouse, Wodhouse, Snytall, Rochewell, Huntewyke, Sharleston, Sandall, Walton, Chappelthorpp, Crigelston, Mylnethorpe, Wakefeild, Stanley, Owthethorp, Pontfrett, Fryston near the water,

    Yorkshire Fines, 1574

    George Savile Richard Lechforth, esq., and Ann his wife 30 messuages and 30 cottages with lands in Overstanley, Netherstanley, Wakefeld, Altofts, Knottyngley, Thornes, Owchethorpe, and Allerthorpe. Nicholas Charter and Sibill his wife Samuel Wilbore and Katherine his wife 2 messuages

    Yorkshire Fines, 1586, 01 January 1586-31 December 1586

    Francis Frobyssher, esq. Manors of Carcrofte, Awkeley, and Blackstone, and 10 messuages and 10 cottages with lands there and in Altofts and Skellowe. Robert Nettleton Richard Littlewood The moiety of 2 messuages with lands in Oldfeld and Honley. John Rowston

    Index of places, A-J

    144, 155, 157. Almondbury , 158. Almondburye , 2, 99, 164, 180. Alne , 23, 77. Altoftes , 99, 150. Altofts , 53. Alverston als . Allerston , 36. als . Allerston als . Eberston, 35. Alverthorpe , 73, 171.

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

    Woodall. Richard Wormall Thomas Smythson and Margaret his wife and Richard Smythson, their son and heir Messuage with lands in Altofts and Normanton. Richard Dawson, gent. John Bourchier, esq., and Elizabeth his wife Manor of Farlington and lands in Farlington

    Report on the Charities of the Drapers' Company, Part I

    8 6 Bengal, near Selby 19 10 0 Rothwell, near Leeds 68 8 9 Marchden, near Huddersfield 29 7 8 Altofts, near Warmsfield 111 3 0 Owston, near Doncaster 29 11 8 339 12 0 The charges allowed on the

    Index of places, A-J

    , 162. Almholme , 26, 78, 122, 156. Almonburie , 64. Almonbury , 63. Almonburye , 19. Altoftes , 187. Altofts , 192. Aluerthorpp , 91. Alverthorp , 178. Alverthorpe , 2, 22, 54. Alwoodley , 145. Ampleforde , 111,

    Index of places

    195. Almonbury , 45. Almonburye , 60. Almondburye , 28, 111. Alne , 31, 189, 195. Altoftes , 101, 179. Altofts , 7, 45, 154, 161. Alverley , 14. Alverthorpe , 161. Amotherbye , 138. als . Emotherbye, 53, 59.

    Index of places

    120, 121, 164, 181, 194, 202, 214. Almondburye , 148. Aln e , 27, 45, 259. Altoftes , 104, 129. Altofts , 198, 205, 325, 353. Altoftys , 22. Altostes , 107. Aluerley , 83. Aluerthorp , 40, 256. Aluerthorpe

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