Birstall Yorkshire Family History Guide

Birstall is an Ancient Parish in the county of Yorkshire. Parish church: St. Peter Parish registers begin: 1558 Nonconformists include: Independent/Congregational, Plymouth Brethren, and Wesleyan Methodist. Parishes adjacent to Birstall Batley Heckmondwike Birkenshaw cum Hunsworth Gomersal Drighlington Gildersome Morley Tong Historical Descriptions The Imperial Gazetteer of England & Wales 1870 BIRSTALL, a village in Dewsbury … Continue reading Birstall Yorkshire Family History Guide

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Ainderby Steeple N.R. Yorkshire Family History Guide

Ainderby Steeple is an Ancient Parish in the North Riding of the county of Yorkshire. The parish includes also the townships of Warlaby, Morton-upon-Swale, and Thrintoft. Parish church: St Helen Parish registers begin: 1667 Nonconformists include: Wesleyan Methodist Parishes adjacent to Ainderby Steeple Kirkby Fleetham Kirkby Wiske Leeming Burneston Danby Wiske North Otterington with Thornton … Continue reading Ainderby Steeple N.R. Yorkshire Family History Guide

Adwick Le Street W.R Yorkshire Family History Guide

Adwick le Street is an Ancient Parish in the West Riding of the county of Yorkshire. Other places in the parish include: Hampole. Parish church: St Laurence Parish registers begin: 1547 Nonconformists include: Primitive Methodist, Roman Catholic, and Wesleyan Methodist. Parishes adjacent to Adwick le Street South Kirkby Hooton Pagnell Skelbrooke Arksey Doncaster St George … Continue reading Adwick Le Street W.R Yorkshire Family History Guide

Ackworth West Riding of Yorkshire Family History Guide

Ackworth is an Ancient Parish in the county of Yorkshire. Other places in the parish include: Low Ackworth, and High Ackworth, Brackenhill, Moor Top. Parish church: St. Cuthbert; Sacred Heart (Catholic) at Ackworth Grange. Parish registers begin: 1558 Nonconformists include: Wesleyans, the Society of Friends/Quaker and the Brethren, at. Low Ackworth, and Primitive Methodists at … Continue reading Ackworth West Riding of Yorkshire Family History Guide

Acaster Selby Yorkshire Family History Guide

Acaster Selby with Appleton Roebuck is an Ecclesiastical Parish in the county of Yorkshire. The parish comprises the townships of Acaster Selby and Appleton-Roebuck. Acaster Selby was formerly included in the parish of Stillingfleet, but was, by an Order in Council, dated 13th November, 1850, formed into a separate ecclesiastical district. In October 1875, the … Continue reading Acaster Selby Yorkshire Family History Guide

Acaster Malbis Yorkshire Family History Guide

Acaster Malbis is an Ancient Parish in the county of Yorkshire. Alternative names: Over Acaster Parish church: Holy Trinity Parish registers begin: 1693 Nonconformists include: Wesleyan Methodist Parishes adjacent to Acaster Malbis Naburn Escrick Bolton Percy Copmanthorpe Acaster Selby Bishopthorpe Stillingfleet Historical Descriptions Leonard's Gazetteer of England and Wales 1850 Acaster-Malbis, 4 miles S. York. … Continue reading Acaster Malbis Yorkshire Family History Guide

Aberford Yorkshire Genealogy & Family History Guide

Aberford is an Ancient Parish in the county of Yorkshire. Alternative names: Aberforth, Abberford Other places in the parish include: Parlington, Sturton Grange, and Sturton. Parish church: St. Richard, St Ricarius Parish registers begin: 1540 Nonconformists include: Roman Catholic and Wesleyan Methodist. Fairs for cattle, sheep, and pedlary, are held here on the last Mondays … Continue reading Aberford Yorkshire Genealogy & Family History Guide

Bridlington Yorkshire Principal Inhabitants Universal British Directory 1791

The following are the principal inhabitants: Gentlemen Booth Henry, Esq. Brown George, Esq. Creyke Ralph, Esq. Justice of Peace Dales Thomas, Esq. Darley George, Esq. Foster William, Esq. Ganton Benjamin, Esq. Greame John, Esq. Greame Robert, Esq. Heblethwayte William, Esq. Hodgson George, Esq. Moon Thomas, sen. Esq. Pitts John, Esq. Sanders Nicholas, Esq. Taylor Francis, … Continue reading Bridlington Yorkshire Principal Inhabitants Universal British Directory 1791

Bradforth or Bradford Yorkshire Principal Inhabitants Universal British Directory 1791

The following are the principal inhabitants: Gentry, &c. Busfield J. A. Esq. Justice Ferrand Benjamin, Esq. Field Joshua, Esq. Hodsden Richard, Esq. Rawson Frances, Widow Richardson Mrs. - , Widow Sagar Samuel, Esq. Sharp C. S. B. Esq. Wickham Henry, Esq. Justice Wood Mrs. - , Widow Clergy Atkinson Rev. William, Lecturer Baldwyn, Rev. E. … Continue reading Bradforth or Bradford Yorkshire Principal Inhabitants Universal British Directory 1791

Bowes Yorkshire Principal Inhabitants Universal British Directory 1791

Bowes parish is divided into three townships: Bowes, Boldron, and Gilmonby. It lies 4 miles from Barnard-Castle, 15 from Richmond, and 13 from Brough. The following are the principal inhabitants of the three townships: Gentry, &c. Binks - , Esq. Chief Constable and Surveyor of the Windows Petty - , Esq. Rain Mrs. Widow Taylor … Continue reading Bowes Yorkshire Principal Inhabitants Universal British Directory 1791

Biggin Poll Book W.R. Yorkshire 1841

Poll Book of the West-Riding Election, July 1841 for Two Knights of the Shire for the West-Riding of Yorkshire. Aberford Polling District Biggin Township N. В. The *o* after an Electors name, signifies that he is a yearly occupier at a rental of £50. Name of Electors Residence Bailey John  Biggin Backhouse Richard  Biggin Bell William … Continue reading Biggin Poll Book W.R. Yorkshire 1841

Beverley Yorkshire Principal Inhabitants Universal British Directory 1791

The following are the principal inhabitants: Members of Parliament Sir James Pennyman, Bart. Alderman of Beverley, London John Hall Wharton, Esq. London [The right of election is in the burgage-holders, who are about 1000.] Corporation Mayor Thomas Clubley, Esq. Recorder Robert Osborne, Esq. Aldermen Appleton Colonel Teavil, Esq. Arden John, Esq. Dickons Thomas, Esq. Hall … Continue reading Beverley Yorkshire Principal Inhabitants Universal British Directory 1791