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** To render this publication as complete as possible, we have, in each of the
parishes of the North and East Ridings, when the information could be had,
ACKLAM, (P.) in the wap. of ALDBROUGH, (P.) in the wap. Buckrose, and partly in the liberty of St. and liberty of Holderness; 8 miles NE. of Peter's; 6) miles S. of Malton. The parish Hedon. A flourishing and very lively village church, of which the chancellor of York pleasantly situated on the declivity of a small Cathedral is the patron, and the Rev. James eminence, and consists of some elegant and Britton the vicar, is dedicated to St. John well built houses. The church dedicated to the Baptist. Here are also a Methodist cha St. Bartholomew, is a large Gothic structure, pel, and a chapel for the Primitive Metho- of which the King is patron, and the Rev. dists. Pop. including Barthorp, 389. Nicholas Holmes the vicar. In the interior Simpson Rev. John, curate
is an ancient circular stone fifteen inches in Gilyard Emanuel, blacksmith
diameter, commemorating the building of Goodrick William, vict. Half Moon the church, the inscription on which may be
-ULF COMMANDED THIB Carpenters,
CHURCH TO BE ERECTED FOR THR SOULS Heward John
OF HANUM AND GUNTHARD. Ulf, here Farmers,
Jobnson Edward mentioned, is supposed to be the same who Botterill H.Ú. Potter William gave his estate to the church of York, and Clarkson Tbos. Stone-masons,
in this gift was included Aldbrough, where Coulton R. and T. Alderson Jonathan he had a castle, the foundation of which is Craven Wm. Foster James now entirely levelled. The Roman road Dawson Wm. Warde Wm.
from Protorium to Gabrantiesoum Sinies, Ellis James Warde John runs through Aldbrough. The following is Gibb Christopher Tailors, a copy of an extract from an old history of Hudson Robert Fewston Wm. York, which was lately found here, “ York, Pape Geo. Herbert Thos.
1291 1292. Jo. Spear, Mayor." These years Sanderson Robert, Theakston Thos. the mayoralty was in the king's hands, and (and grocer)
Sir John De Malso, or Meaux, was governor ADDLETHORPE. See EDDLE- of the city, he was a great warrior and tall THORPE.
in stature, as appears from his armour, AIKE, part in the parish of Lock which is now to be seen in the church of ington, and part in the parish of St. Aldbrough, where he is buried under a stone John of Beverley, wap. of Harthill, monument representing him in full length division of Bainton Beacon; 5 miles lying, and also the figure of his wife, A Mr. NNW. of Beverley. This village was Towry left a quantity of land, the rent arising formerly upon an island, which by from which, is distributed to the old and in. draining is now connected with the firm at the discretion of the minister, oversurrounding country. Pop. 98. seers and church wardens for the time being,
Farmers, Watson Geo. about 201. of which is appropriated to the Jackson Wm. Whitaker Wm. education of poor children. Pop, including Thursk John
East and West Newton townships, 998. Norris Robert, vict. Board
Holmes Rev, Nicholas, vicar Plowman John, blacksmith
Craven Rev. William, curato
Groves Edward, gentleman
Laverack Geo. Siddall Charles Groves Henry, yeoman
Shaw Jobu, (and Simpson Joseph Hall John, Esq.
cattle dealer) Tbeaker William Moore Peter, yeoman
Cook James, shoemaker Stephenson Matthew, yeoman Harrison Richard, vict. Plough Stephenson Wm. yeoman
Whitaker John, schoolmaster
ANLABY, in the parishes of North Tarbottom Benj. Mainprize Jobn
Ferriby, Hessle, and Kirk EHa, war. and (and farrier) Robinson Thos.
liberty of Hullshire; 5 miles W. of Hull, Bricklayers, Seupbam Widow
at the western extremity of the marshy plain Anthony Jobá
in which that town is situated. Is a pleasant Foster John Harmory Robert village, adorned with several elegant seats. Butchers, Stamford Joseph
This village formerly belonged to the ancient Creasser Mattbew Shoemakers,
family of the Anlabys, who derived their Hobson Francis Barritt Jobn
name from the manor. In the year 1100 Corn Millers, Brook John
the heiress of that house carried it by marKing John Dunn Wm.
riage into the family of Legard, which family Longman Jobs Jackson Jobn resided here from the conquest, till nearly Farmers,
Marshall Mark the close of the last century. Pap. 307. Armstrong Robert Surgeons, &c. Barkworth Jobn, gentleman Goldthorp Richd. Clark John
Bodley Mrs. gentlewoman Hardy Thos. Simons James
Broadley John, solicitor, (South Elis) Hobson Francis Tailors, &c.
Fields Daniel, gentleman Hogg Wm. Johnson Jóbn
Smith Charles, yeoman
Vause William, gentleman
Brocklebank Thos. Clark John
Marshall Richard, blacksmith & vict,
Petfield Mattbew, carpenter
ARGAM, (Extra- parochial) wap. Ockleton Thos. vict. Bricklayer's Arms of Dickering ; 4 miles SSE. of HunSbields Wm, common hrewer
manby. Population 35. Sissons Wm. joiner and auctioneer
Farmers, Jordon William Wadsworth Jobp, hair dresser
Bell Richard Towers Francis Carriers-Edward Foster, Jobu Main
Arglam, in the parish of Holmeprize, James Rogerson,. David on-Spalding-Moor, wap. of Harthill ; Wright and Edward Harrison, to 7 miles SW. of Market-Weightop. Hull, every Tuesday and Friday mornings.
ARNOLD, in the parishes of Long
Riston and Swine, wap. and liberty of ALLEATHORPE, (P.) in the wap: Holderness; 7 mls. ENE. of Beverley, of Harthill, and liberty of St. Peter's; Population 101. 2 miles SW. of Pooklington. The churob is a very small structure. Po- Fewson Edward, schoolmaster
Palmer Robert, vict. Board pulation with Waplington, 151.
Farners, Robinson Benj. Addison Rev. James, vicar of Thorn
illany William Smith Tbomas
Carr John Burton Robert, gentleman
Jackson Robert Walker Thomas Hart John, gentleman Ireland Wm. yeoman and surveyor of Riby Robert Westerby Christ, taxes and highways
Carrier-Thomas Allison, to Hull Stephenson Thomas, yeoman every Tuesday, Farmers, Giles John
ARRAM, in the parish of Atwicke, Foster Robert Jackson Thomas wap. and liberty of Holderness; 4
miles N. of Beverley. Population in- annual rent of which is to be applied to cluded with Atwicke.
apprenticing poor boys and giris of Atwicke, at the discretion of the trustees, of which the minister for the time being is one.Population, 326.
ASSELBY, in the parish of Howden, and the wap. and liberty of Howden-Hull on Tuesdays; departs 2 morning, shire; 23 miles W. of Howden. Po-returns 9 evening. To Beverley every athpulation, 254.
Cook Thomas, farmer & vict. Board
Wood Wm, schoolmaster
ARRAS, the parish of Market-
Stephenson Wm. farmer
Bainton Thomas, Esq. Arran-hill
ATWICKE, (P.) in the wap. and liberty of Holderness; 2 mls. N. of Hornsea. A small, though pleasant village, situated near the sea, from which it suffers greatly by the encroachments of the water, particularly in stormy weather; the greatest part of this village stands at the junction of three roads, in the centre of which stands an old stone cross, which, in the year 1786, was situated at the distance of thirty-three chains and sixtythree links from the sea, from the rudeness of the structure it appears to be of great antiquity, there is round its base a latin inscription, but rendered unintelligible by the dilapidations of time. The church, of which the King is patron, is a plain Gothic strucThe ture, dedicated to St. Lawrence, Rev. James Wilson is the vicar and surrogate, for the dean and chapter: here is also a Methodist chapel, built in 1821; likewise a public school, endowed with about 30% per annum, paid out of the several charities of this place. Edward Fenwick, in the year 1689, left by deed one Oxgang of land, situated in Bedford, the
AUBURN, in the parish of Fraisthorp, and wap. of Dickering; 3 mls. S. of Bridlington. Population included with Fraisthorpe.
Harper Thomas, farmer
AUGHTON, (P.) in the wap. of Harthill; 8 miles NNW. of Howden. A parochial village and vicarage, the present incumbent of which is the Rev. W. Dean, and Mosley the patron. This village was the residence of Robert Aske, who in the year 1536, headed the insurrection called the "Pilgrimage of Grace." Aske is represented in history as a man of daring and enthusiastic courage, a gentleman by birth, and of considerable talents. In the latter part of the reign of Charles 1. Sir Richard Aske was master of the crown office, and one of the council of the regicides. He appears to have been the last of the family that resided at Aughton. There are no remains of the ancient mansion or castle : but the site is marked by ditches or moats one within another, with the interior vallum raised to a great height, which shows it to have been a place of considerable strength. It is situated near the eastern banks of the Derwent. Population, 259. Maltby Wm. Steel John Stephen Wm. Webster John Wilkinson Robert Young Wm.
Coney Richard, blacksmith
Carrier.--Leonard Fowler, to
Aughton Ruddings, in the parish of Aughton, and wap. of Harthill; 8
miles N. of Howden.
BABTHORPE, in the parish of
BAINTON, (P.) in the wap. of Harthill, and liberty of Holderness; 6 miles SW. of Great Driffield. Here is an ancient
parish church, dedicated to St. Andrew. The living is a rectory, of the value of 1000l. per annum, in the patronage of St. John's College, Oxford, and when vacant is bestowed on the oldest B. D. of the college. The present incumbent is the Rev. John Bell, D. D. There are two chapels here, one belonging to the Wesleyan and the other to the Primitive Methodists. In former times a Beacon was erected near this village, for the purpose of alarming the surrounding country on the approach of danger, and this circumstance has given name to that division of Harthill called Bainton Beacon. William le Gross, a Knight of Malta, and Earl of Albemarle, was buried in this church. Population, 300.
Farmers. Angas Caleb Hardy Robert Haycroft Wm. & vict. Bainton New Inn Layburn Wm. & corn miller
liberty of Holderness; 6 mls. S. of Bridling-
Carriers-Robert Wallis, to Drif-
Lee Thomas, yeo
Forge Wm. blacksmith
BARLBY, in the parish or Heming-
Burkill Thomas, butcher
Farmers, Andrew Wm. Harrison John Laverack John Laverack Joseph
Howden, wap. and liberty of Howden-tron of the living. Population, 205.
Day Thos. vict. Bull and Dog
Farmers, Harland John Pease Thomas Johnson Tbomas, Anderson Thos. Hyde James Wood Tbomas (and farmer) Boys Geo. Pennock Jobn Shopkeepers, Lamb Robert Dalby Charles Percy Jeremiah
Atkinson Mary Tbompson John Field Jobn Welburn Samuel
Inns. Gofton John
Anchor, Robert Robinson
Bull and Butcher, John Swales Coach, to Bridlington and Hull, Half Moon, James Norton three days per week.
Sloop, Wm. Potter, Barnby ferry BARXBY-ON-THE-MARSR, in the Bealby William, tailor parish of Howden, wap. and liberty of Crosley John, blacksmith Howdenshire; 4 miles . of Howden ; situ- Holdsworth Samuel, lock-keeper ated near the Derwent, which here falls Hord Watson, tailor into the Ouse. Here are two extraordinary Noble John, master mariner springs of sulphuric and chalybeate water, Pycock John, joiner denominated St. Peter's and St. Helen's Thompson R. Wells, the former of which is represented to Watson Thomas, schoolmaster possess the rare virtue of curing scorbutic Water Carriage-Two Packets to eruptions by external application. The places Selby, every Mon. at 7 mg. for goods of worship are a Chapel of Ease, dedicated to and passengers. St. Helen, of which the Rev. Ralph Spofforth, Carrier-Thos. Hodgson, to Be vicar of Howden, is incumbent and patron; verley & Howden, every Saturday. and a small Methodist chapel; there is also a Barnby-Moor-Inn, in the parish Free Grammer school for ten boys. The in- of Barnby, and wap. of Harthill ; 14 mile W. habitants of this village have the singular of Pocklington. This is a large and comprivilege of electing their own pastor; all the modious inn, where travellers are accommale adults (with the exception of paupers) modated with post chaises.
It has been have the right of voting. This place is kept by its present owner and occupier, noted for its manufacture of sacking. There Mr. Thomas Heard, thirty-six years. The are races held here the last Thursday in letter bags to, and from Pocklington, are reJune, which continue three successive days. ceived and delivered here, and the coaches Barnby was granted by William the Con- from York to Hull, make it their house queror, to forty of his soldiers, each of whom of call. received an Oxgang, or (twenty acres) in the BARNBY-ON-THE-MOOR, (P.) in whole eight hundred acres of land, and these the wap. of Harthill, and liberty of St. PeOxgangs still bear the names of their original ter's; 2 miles W. of Pocklington. It is a perowners. Population, 525.
petual curacy, under the patronage of the Atkinson John, gentleman
Dean of York, and the present incumbent is De La Noy John, yeoman
the Rev. James Addison, the church is dedi. Fox Robert, gentleman
cated to St. Catharine. This is a place of Fox Thomas, gentleman
great antiquity ; it was formerly a marketFox William, yeoman
town, and has still one market-day annually, Holmes Henry, gentleman
on the Thursday preceding St. Peter's day. Noble Robert, yeoman
The annual feast is kept on the day following. Poole Rev. Róbert, curate
The inhabitants enjoy considerable privileges Smith William, gentleman
and immunities, on payment of 6s. to the Bricklayers, Fox Wm. jun.
Dean and Chapter of St. Peter's, such as Andrew. John Hall John
freedom from toll, &c. Pop. 440. Cobb George
Hind Thomas Cooper Tabitha, gentlewoman
Spence John Cross Joba, gentleman
Hornby Thomas, surgeon
Stephenson Edward, gent.
Thompson John Berryman Wm. Honlden James Farmers, Ship Owners, Blancbard Francis Hudson Richard Atkinson Robert Gilderdale Geo. Cook John Jackson John Battle Job
Wrigbt John Dennis Thos. Kemp Robert Birkitt Thos.
Gawtry Thos. Leadbeater Richd. Brooksbank Thos. Johnson Tbos. Houlden Matthew Newhy James Brown Jobn Middlewood Danl. | Houlden Thos,