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1690 Richard Lumley Saunderson, EARL OF SCARBOROUGH, Vis
count Lumley, (Viscount Lumley in Ireland) Sandbeck Park. 1711 William Legge, EARL OF DARTMOUTH, Viscount Lewis
ham; Woodshall Hall. 1746 #Wm. Wentworth Fitzwilliam, EARL FITZWILLIAM, Vis
count Milton, High Steward of Hull, Custos Rotulorum of the Soke of Peterborough and Recorder of HighamFerrers, (Earl Fitzwilliam in Ireland) D.C.L. ; Wente
worth House. 1749 *George O'Brien Wyndham, Earl of EGREMONT, Lord
Cockermouth, Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum of
Sussex, F.R. A.S. Wressle Castle, (dilapidated.) 1754 +William Harry Vane, EARL OF DARLINGTON, Viscount
Barnard, Lord Lieutenant and Vice-Admiral of the
Residence.) 1712 * Henry Willoughby, LORD MIDDLETON, High Steward of
the Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield ; Birdsall Hall. 1812 +Henry Phipps, EARL OF MULGRAVE, Viscount Normanby,
an elder Brother of the Trinity House, Lord Lieutenant,
in Ireland); Mulgrave Castle. 1812 Henry Lascelles, EARL OF HAREWOOD, Viscount Lascelles,
Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum of the West Riding
of Yorkshire; Harewood House. 144 Wm. Stourton, LORD STOURTON; Allerton Park. 1553 #Kenneth Alexander Howard, LORD HOWARD OF EFFING,
HAM, a Lieutenant General and Colonel of the 70th Regi
ment, G.C.B. K.T.S. Thundercliffe Grange. 1761 Thomas Philip Weddell Robinson, LORD GRANTHAM, Lord
Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum of Bedfordshire, Colonel
of the Yorkshire Hussars, F.S.A. Newby Hall, 1776 Edward Harvey Hawke, LORD HAWKE; Towton Hall, and
Womersley House. 1782 William Fletcher Norton, LORD GRANTLEY, F.S.A. ;
Grantley Park. 1794 +Lawrence Dundas, LORD DUNDAS, LL.D. and A.A.
Aske Hall and Markse Hall. 1796 [John Christopher Burton Dawnay, LORD DAWNAY, (Vis.
count Downe in Ireland ;) Danby Lodge and Cowick Park.
1797 +William Orde Powlett, LORD BOLTON; Bolton Hall. 1797 #Thomas Lister, LORD RIBBLESDALE; D.C.L. Gisburn Park
and Malham Water. 1816 +Algernon Percy, LORD Prudhoe, only brother of the
Duke of Northumberland, a Captain in the Royal Navy ;
1761 +John Delaval Carpenter, EARL OF TYRCONNEL, Viscount
Carlingford; Kiplin Park. 1766 #John Savile, EARL OF MEXBROUGH, Viscount Pollington,
Methley Park. 1777 +Morris Robinson, LORD ROKEBY, Littlebourn House. 1783 *Lowther Augustus John Pennington, LORD MUNCASTER,
a Cornet in the 10th Dragoons; Water Hall. 1797 * Beaumont Hotham, LORD HOTHAM, a Major in the
Army; M.P. for Leominster, South Dalton Park. 1819 **John Francis Cradock, Lord Howden, a General, and
Colonel of the 43d Regiment, G.C.B. and K.C.B. Grimston and Spaldington Hall.
ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED, WITH THE DATE OF THEIR CREATION,
1738 Sir George Armytage, D.C.L. Kirklees Hall.
1662 +Sir Bellingham Reginald Graham, Norton Conyers. 1808 Sir James Graham, F.S.A. M.P. Kirkstall. 1805 General Sir Charles Green, Milnrow 1741 Sir Henry Carr Ibbetson, Denton Park. 1781 Sir William Amcotts Ingilby, Ripley. 1795 * Sir John Vanden Bempde Johnstone, Hackness. 1812 Sir John Lister Kaye, Denby Grange. 1665 +Sir Henry Maire Lawson, Brough Hall. 1660 * Sir Thomas Legard, Ganton Hall. 1716 Sir William Mordaunt Milner, Nun Appleton. 1611 Sir Philip Musgrave, M.P. Bramham Biggin. 1663 +Sir William Henry Pennyman, Ormesby and Thornton. 1813 Sir Joseph Radcliffe, Campsall. 1689 Sir John Ramsden, Byram. 1779 Sir William Rumbold, Ferrand. 1641 *Sir William Strickland, Boynton Hall. 1783 * Sir Tatton Sykes, F.S. A. Sledmere and Settrington. 1628 Sir Thomas Vavasour, Haslewood. 1801 * Major General Sir Henry Maghull Mervin Vavasour,
Melbourne. 1802 #Sir Taylor Woollaston White, Walling Wells. 1660 Sir Edmund Mark Winn, Acton Hall. 1778 * Sir George Wombwell, Wombwell. 1783 ** Sir Francis Lindley Wood, Hemsworth Hall & Garraby.
BARONETS OF NOVA SCOTIA.
1635 Sir William Pilkington, Chevet Hall.
SEATS OF THE GENTRY
AINSTY OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF YORK AND OF THE EAST AND NORTH RIDINGS.
(For the Seats of the Peers and Baronets see preceding Lists.)
To avoid swelling this List, Gentlemen's Villas in the Neighbourhood of large Towns are not inserted here, but will be found subjoined to the Name of their Occupiers, under their appropriate Heads.
The following enumeration comprehends a complete List of the Acting Magistrates of the East and North Ridings of Yorkshire, each of whom is indicated by an Asterisk to the left, and figures to the right of the line, the latter showing the year when the oath of qualification was taken; and to render the Magistrates' List com. plete, a few places, not situated in the County, are inserted. Where at is used it denotes a Magistrate of the Liberty of St. Peter's.
Acomb, 24 m. W. of York, William Hale, Conyers Gale, George Lloyd
Acomb Grange, 3 m. W. of York, John Jolly, Esq.
Bilbrough, 5 m. SW. of York, Matthew Todd, Esq.
+Bolton Percy, 3 m. SE. of Tadcaster, Rev. Robert Markham, B. D. Archdeacon of York
Bolton Lodge, 3 m. SE. of Tadcaster, Mrs. C. Clement
Boston, (w. R.) 3 m. SE. of Wetherby, the Hon. Edward Marmaduke Stourton, and George Wilkinson, Esq.
*Chesnut Grove, 3 m. SE. of Wetherby, George Strickland, Esq. 1821
Healaugh Hall. 1 mile N. of Tadcaster, Benjamin Brooksbank, Esq.
Hutton Hall, 6 m. N. of Tadcaster, Mrs. Willoughby
Middlethorpe Manor House, 11⁄2 m. S. of York, Christopher Brearey, Esq.
Thorp Arch, 3 m. SE. of Wetherby, Colonel Randal Gossip and the Rev
Wighill Park, 4 m. N. of Tadcaster, Richard York, Esq.
Aldbrough, 8 m. NE. of Hedon, John Hall, gentleman
*Braffords Hall, 7 m. W, of Hull, Robert Osborne, Esq. 1815
Ella (Kirk), 5} m. WNW. of Hull, Joseph Sykes, and Joseph Egginton,
Ella (South), 5 m. W. of Hull, John Broadley, Esq.
*Ella (West), 6 m. W. of Hull, Rev. Richard Sykes, A. M. 1806
Everingham Park, 5 m. W. of Market-Weighton, Mrs. Constable Maxwell
Firby Hall, 6 m. SSW. of Malton, Rev. Thomas Harrison