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    Yorkshire Fines, 1516-20

    the latter. Brian Jepson Roger Alestre Messuage in Rotherham. William, Archbishop of Dublin, Richard Rokeby, esq., John Eland, esq., John Anlaby, John Richard, clerk, and James Crawthorn, esq. Ralph Rokeby and Johanna his wife 8 messuages with lands in Ottryngham,

    Yorkshire Fines, 1521-25

    8 messuages and a windmill with lands in Southclyffe. 1523 MICHAELMAS TERM , 15 HENRY VIII . Ralph Rokeby, Johanna Anlaby, Nicholas Rycard, and Thomas Hogard, clerk Rouland Layton and Elizabeth his wife Messuage with lands in Etton. Thomas Kaye

    Yorkshire Fines, 1559

    and Preston. 1559 EASTER TERM, 1 ELIZABETH . * John Cockerell Robert Butler als . Axe Messuage with lands in Anlaby, Southhomes, Northhomes, le Greves, Hallclose, and Hasylfurth. * Robert Dalton and James Smyth Edward Dalton 2 messuages, & c.,

    Woodford

    Garter King of Arms 32 , 1703; Daniel Colwall, Esq. (son of Arnold Colwall, by Susan, only daughter of Thomas Anlaby, Esq. of Etton in Yorkshire) 1707; John Butland, Gent. 1707; Foot Onslow, Esq. (who married Mrs. Susan Colwall) ob.

    Yorkshire Fines, 1573

    the parish of S t Martin in the city of York. * Ralph Brokilbank Thomas Myghell Lands in Antaby (? Anlaby), Hesill, and Wolferton. * John Gregory, John Anderson, George Anderson, William Bakehous and Alice his wife, James Marshall and

    Yorkshire Fines, 1582

    ninth part of a messuage with land in Sutcotys and Drypole, 10 messuages with lands in Kyngeston upon Hull, Hassell, Anlaby, Eley, Wellerby, and Tranby, and common pasture in the forth in Kyngeston upon Hull. Nicholas Skargill Richard Hall and

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

    1586. TRINITY TERM , 28 ELIZABETH . *William Pretty William Heaton, gent. 10 messuages with lands in Hessell, Tranby, Swanland, Anlaby, West Elleye, Ferreby, Myton, Willerby, and Kirke Elleye, in which John Heaton , the father of William , has

    Index of places, A-J

    als . Ampleforthe, 172. Ampleforthe , 64, 141. als . Ampleforde, 172. Andlabye , 50. Angram , 70, 87, 146. Anlaby , 55. Anlabye , 59, 79, 90, 146. Anston , 113. Apleton , 59. als . Appleton Wyske als

    Yorkshire Fines, 1546-50

    part of a messuage with lands in Sutcoytys and Drypole, also 10 messuages with lands in Kyngeston upon Hull, Hassall, Anlaby, Elley, Wellerby, and Tranby, and common pasturage in le Forth in Kyngston upon Hull. Robert Wryght, esq. Richard Flemyng

    Index of names

    370. Anderton , 138, 155, 253. Androwe , 373. Andysley (? Audysley) 215. Angevyn , 276, 282. Angevyne , 173. Anlaby , 33, 41. Ann , 320. Anne , 35, 62, 68, 82, 102, 152, 177, 185, 211, 234, 241,

    Index of names

    597, 598. Angerstein , John Julius, 295. 462. 503. Anglesey ,'Arthur Earl of, 508. Anguish , Thomas, 370. 372. 630. Anlaby , Susan, 278. Thomas, ibid . Anna , 58. Anne of Cleve , 293. 491, 492. of Denmark, 436.

    Index of places

    142. Anderbye Myre , 39. Steple, 74 (See Errata). Whernhowe, 129. Andlabye , 112. Angram , 167. Angrome , 138. Anlaby , 36, 178. Anlabye , 63. Anlebie , 68. Anston , 153, 165. Antaby , 36. Aplegarth , 179.

    Index of places

    Whernhowe, 52, 107. with the Stepyll, 211. Anderbye , 314. Angrame , 238. Angrome , 157. Angromhouse , 11, 30. Anlaby , 34, 138, 224. Anlabye , 109. Anleybye , 263. Annes Burton , 122. Annston , 121. Anston (?

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    Errata

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