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10 Mar. 1590.

14 Apr. 1591.

15 May 1591.

10 Jan. 1591.

20 May 1594.

26 Oct. 1594 (1).

Christopher Thirkell, Pocklington, (buried 20 April;
proved 21 Oct. 1591).
Thomas Smyth, Allerthorpe, husbandman, (proved 29
April, 1591).
Sybill Dawson (Dobson ?), Pocklington, widow, (buried
19 June 1591; proved 26 June), to be buried " near
her husband, Alex. Dobson, late deceased."
Will Sympson, Pocklington, (buried 15 Jan,; proved
20 Jan. 1591).

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William Lodie, Pocklington, maltman, (buried 22 May; proved 22 May 1594) to be buried "near his stall.' Robert Sotheby ye elder, of Pocklington, esq. (buried 1 Aug.; proved 8 Aug. 1594). See notes on his


4 Apr. 1597. George Hall, Allerthorpe, gent, (buried 15 Nov. : proved 15 Dec. 1598.) to be buried "in the parish church near the sepulchre of his father manners." 17 Jun. 1597. Thomas Plaxton, Pocklington, butcher, (buried 24 July proved 11 Aug. 1597).

10 Oct. 1597.

26 Nov. 1598.

William Barton, Pocklington, yeoman, (buried 2 Oct. ; proved 3 Oct. 1597).

John Cooke ye elder of Allerthorpe, (buried 30 Nov.; proved 7 Dec. 1598).

21 Feb. 1598. Charles Sharpe, Pocklington, carpenter, (buried 23 Feb; proved 15 March 1599.) to be buried "at the stall near the pulpit where his wife sitteth." 21 May 1601. Philip Wood, Pocklington, (buried 3 June; proved 17 Aug: 1601) to be buried" in Barwyk Isle near to his father."

3 Nov. 1603. John Godson, Pocklington, glover, (buried 4 Nov.; proved 19 Nov: 1603).

7 Jan. 1604.

10 Apr. 1607.

8 Dec. 1609.

Francis Topham, Pocklington, tanner. "Frauncis Topping buried 13 Jan: 1604" (proved 1 March, 1604.)

Alice Tymperson, Allerthorpe, (buried 14 April: proved 7 May 1607).

Will Dewsburie, Pocklington, glover (buried 30 Oct: proved 22 Nov: 1610), to be buried "nigh his stall."

6 Jun. 1611. Isabell Lambe, Pocklington, widow, (buried 11 June; proved 29 June 1611), to be buried "near her husband."

4 May 1612.

2 Nov. 1612.

24 Nov. 1612.

27 Jan. 1613.

19 Nov. 1614.

Richard Tymperson, Allerthorpe, husbandman, (buried 7 May; proved 29 May 1612).

Thomas Lampson, Pocklington, panyerman, (buried 6 Nov.; proved 17 Nov: 1612).

John Dove, Allerthorpe, (buried 3 Jan. 1612; proved 20 April, 1613).

Mary Temperson, Allerthorpe, widow, (buried 3 Feb. ;
proved 21 March, 1613).

Elizabeth Dolman, widow, (buried 19 Feb.; proved 24
March, 1616).

15 Feb. 1614. William Lambson, Pocklington, (buried 16 Feb. 1614; proved 21 June 1615), to be buried " near his father."

20 Feb. 1615. Dynis Bell, widow. "Dionis Bell buried March 20, 1615" (proved 19 July, 1616).

11 Jan. 1616.

25 Jul. 1619.

Alice Cooke, Allerthorpe, widow, (buried 22 Nov.; proved 2 Dec. 1617).

Alex. Appleyard, Pocklington, yeoman, (buried 10 Aug: proved 4 Sept: 1619), to be buried "near his ancestors."

19 Oct. 1619. Rowland Smyth, Pocklington, yeoman.


Smyth of Allerthorpe buried 23 Oct. 1619" (proved 5 Nov., 1619).

8 Jan. 1619. John Dobson, Pocklington, parish clerk, (buried 11 Jan. 1619; proved 4 May 1624), giving his soul to God Almighty his Creator hoping through Jesus Christ to be saved, and his body to be buried in ye Quere of ye Parish Church under ye blue stone in the midst thereof.

20 Dec. 1628. Thomas

15 Jan. 1629.

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21 Jan. 1632.

16 Jul. 1635.



Fell, Pocklington, (buried 21

(buried 21 Dec.,

James Smyth, Pocklington, chapman (buried 18 Jan. ;
proved 9 March 1689).

Katharine Westalie, Allerthorpe, (proved 12 Jan.
1630), to be buried "near her husband."
Roger Sotheby of Pocklington, esq. (buried 25 Feb:;
proved 29 Feb 1632), to be buried "in the Parish
Church in a Clossett where his Ancestors have been
usually buried."

Edward Lund, (buried 26 Aug.: proved 31 Oct:

Marmaduke Dolman, Pocklington, gent., (buried 26
March 1639), to be buried "in ye parish church of
Pocklington in ye place where his elders and his
daughter Frances was buried."

11 Feb. 1638. Edmund Richmond, Meltonby, Batchellor.




Richman buried 24 Feb., 1638" (proved "on Monday after the feast of St Thomas "). Margaret Blande, (buried 21 May; proved 3 Jan. 1639).

Ursula Topham, Pocklington, widow.

“ Ursula,

daughter to Robert Willis, buried 30 November. 1639" (proved 14 March 1639).

23 Nov. 1652. Robert Sotheby, Pocklington, gent. to be buried "in

17 Sep. 1654.

the church of Pocklington where his ancestors have been buried." "Mr. Robert Sothebie Esquire buried 27 Nov. 1652" (proved 10 Dec. 1652). Frances Dolman, Pocklington, widow, "to be buried in the Ladye Quire at Pocklington Church near my husband." Mr Thomas Dolman was buried 3 August. 1648. Mrs Frances Dolman 19 Sept.


was made in 1534 Pocklington

When the Valor Ecclesiasticus
Church 19 and its Chantry were valued as follows:-

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108. The Chaunterye of Our Lady in the parisshe of Poklynton. William Mody the Incumbent, of the foundacon of Roger son of Remyge of Poklynton dated viijth day of Aprell in the yere of Our Lorde God Mcccij in the yere of the raigne of Edward the son of Henrici xxxth to thentente to pray for the souls of the sayd founders and all Crispen soules and to mynistre in the sayd Chapell, There be within the same D.C. (600) howslyng people and above.

The same Chaunterye is wythyn the sayd parysshe Churche of Poklynton the necessite therof is to do divyne service and helpe to mynstre sacramentes, Ther is no landes tenementes alienatyd nor solde sithe the iiijth day of Februarye Anno Regni Regis Henrici viijvi xxvij.

Goodes Ornamentes and plate pertenyg to the said Chantrye as appereyth by Inventory that is to saye Goodes valued at xvs. viij. Plate lxs. viijd.



xvs. viijd.
lxs. viijd.

Firste certen landes and tenementes set lyeng and beyng in
divers places, viz: one messuage in Poklynton, in the
holdynge of Richard Howson

Item one oxgange of lande in the tenure of the sayd Richard
Item iij Oxganges lande in Ulvestrope in the parysshe of
Poklenton in the holding of Robert Trame of Maltenly.
One parcelle of ground inclosed lying in the sayd Ullves-
trope in the tenure of the sayd Robert xd. in all

Some of the sayd



Paiable yerly to the Kynges Majestie for a tenthe

Some of allowance

And so remaneth

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From the Parliamentary Surveys of Church Lands-21 volumes made during the Commonwealth (1649) and delivered at the Restoration to Archbishop Juxon, who placed them in the Library at Lambeth Palace, where they still remain.

19 Vol. v. p. 141.

19 For this Chantry Certificate I am

indebted to the kindness of Mr. Wm. Page, F.S. A.

VOLUME XVII. p. 372.


The parish Church sittuate in Pocklington the Villadge formerly disposed of by the Deane of Yorke Nowe by the Comon wealth It is worth yearely three pounds Mr. James Hudson A preaching Mynister In this Villadge there is two Chappells Alerthorp and Waplington and Yeapham and Mettonbye belonging to the same wee are of opinion that these two maye be made parishes seaing they are A myle from Pocklington and Ill waye they are allso sufficient Congregacoñs the privye Tythes belonging to Allerthorp and Waplington are worth yearely three pounds Francis Bland a preaching Mynister there the privye Tythes of Yeapham and Mettonbye worth yearly two pounds The tythes of Corne and haye of Pocklington Now in the hands of ST Robert Belt and lett to him by the Deane of Yorke for three lyues wch are All yett in being value yearely one hundred pounds Reserved out of this as Fee Farme yearely Rt Fowre and twentye pounds Six shillings and Eight pence.

The Tythe Wooll and Lamb of Pocklington Leased by Thomas Dickinson Alderman of Yorke worth yearely Foure pounds the Tythe Corne and haye of Allerthorp formerly the Deanes of Yorke by him Letten to Thomas Myers and Marmaduke Prickett gent three lyues yett in being in Allerthorp and two in Waplington Allerthorp worth yearely one and Fiftye pounds And Waplington fourteene pounds both of them yearely three score and Five pounds.

Payed yearely out of Allerthrop (sic) Tenn pounds and out of Waplington three pounds three shillings and Fowre pence in both Thirteene pounds three shillings and fowre pence.

The Tythe wooll and Lamb of Allerthorp Letten to Mr Thomas Dickinson thirteene pounds three shillings and Fowre pence.

The Tythes of Allerthorp and Waplington are worth three score and Five pounds yearly above the Rent of thirteene pounds three shillings and fowre pence The value thereof yearely is Tenn shillings Marmaduke Prickett formeth (sic) the Tythes of the same kinde in Waplington letten unto the said Deane unto Marmaduke Prickett for three (sic) lyues whereof two are yett lyving the said tythe worth yearely three pounds and Tenn shillings.

Oulstrop is of Pocklington parish butt much fitter to be united to Millington the Tythe Corne and haye of Yeapham and Metton bye was the late Deanes now the Comon wealths and by them given to Mr Seth Ellcocke who is now Lecturer att Pocklington they are worth yearely three score and tenn pounds. The Tythe wooll and Lamb of Yeapham and Mettonby the late Deanes now in the hands of Thomas Dickinson and are worth yearely three pounds and Tenn shillings.

payed out of the Tythes of Yeapham and Mettonbye to the states yearely Tenn pounds.

[Page 468.] A Survey of Certaine Tithes in the Towneshipp of Pocklington and Given Dale and Millington in the County of Yorke made and taken in the moneth of December 1649.

In the Townshipp of Pocklington.

One Tithe Lathe or Barne staudinge in the Towne of pocklington on a parcell of ground or garthe on the South east side of the mannor howse betwixt ye Deanes Lane and the East, and a Barne and Backside in the occupacon of George Bradley on the South west, wch together with the Tithe Corne and haye (Redd xxiLi,) of the Towneshipp of Pocklington wth the appurtennãncs in the possession of Sr Robert Belt are worth upon Improvment over and abouve the reserved Rent p Annlxxxix Li. (sic).

Memorand John Scott Doc' of Divinitye Deane of the Cathedrall &c metropolitticall Church of St Peeters in Yorke bye Indenture dated xxxme Maij Anno Regi Caroli Angl & 12o 1636 Demiseth to Robert Belt of the Citty of Yorke Alderman. All the Tithe Corne and haye groweing renewing and Comeinge in the Towne and Feilds of Pocklington with the appurtenñcs and one parcell of ground with the appurtenñcs in Pocklington wherein one Tithe Lathe or Barne is now builded Lyeinge betweene the Deanes Lane on the East side, And a Tenement Some tymes William Wormes and his wifes on the west side abuttinge pn the north ende of a Tenement of the Kings Mats And at the South ende of ye South feilds of Pocklington, And one Tenem1 and one Garden with the appurtenñcs Lyeinge in the said Towne of Pocklington abuttinge on the East part uppon a little waye called Downe Spints, and one the west one (sic) one other Tenement appertayneing unto the said Deanry, haveinge betweene them one well, and of the South part abuttinge upon a high waye and towards the South feild of Pocklington, And of the north part uppon the markett place of Pocklington, And alsoe the one halfe of the said well with Free Liberty to have and Drawe water at the said well without Disturbance-And one Close with the appurtenñcs in the said Towne of Pocklington abutt towards the East on a Tenement late William Hobsons and towards the west one a Certaine water milne called Godshawes milne appertayneinge to the said Deanry. And towards the South upon Pocklington Feilds and towards the north on Besque moore, And Fower oxgangs of Land with the Apurtenñcs lyeinge in the Feilds of Pocklington and all his meadowe there with all and every of there appurtenñcs To Hold from the daye of the date for and Dureinge the naturall Lives of Leonard Belt, Daniell Belt and Robert Belt Sonnes of the said Robert Belt, Payeinge therefore (sic) yearly unto the said Deane and his Successors For the said Tithes and for the said parcell of ground in wch the Tithe Barne now is xxj£ And for the said Tenement and Garden xs. and for the said Close vis. viiid. And for the said Foure oxgangs of Lande & meadowes with the appurtenñics Lse. In all xxiiij£ vis. viiid at purificacon and Lammas bye equall portons (sic) but they are worthe over and above theire said Rents as is Distinguished in the Orignall Survey.

The Lives are all in beinge Viz Leonard Belt now aged 30 yeares or thereabouts, Daniell Belt now aged 27 yeares or thereabouts, Robert Belt now aged 18 yeares or thereabouts. For non payment by the Space of Forty dayes to re enter and


[Page 472.] Memorand John Scott Docr of Divinity Deane of the

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