List of text figures

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Victoria County History

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G H R Kent (Editor), K J Allison, A P Baggs, T N Cooper, C Davidson-Cragoe, J Walker

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2002

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'List of text figures', A History of the County of York East Riding: Volume 7: Holderness Wapentake, Middle and North Divisions (2002), pp. XI. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=16119 Date accessed: 26 July 2014.


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LIST OF TEXT FIGURES

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1. Grimston Garth 44
2. Garton church in the earlier 19th century 48
3. Hilston church in the earlier 19th century 55
4. Humbleton church in the earlier 19th century 78
5. Elstronwick church after remodelling in 1791 80
6. Owstwick: Quaker meeting house 93
7. Swine church 1784 116
8. Burton Constable Hall. Block plan compiled and drawn by A. P. Baggs, formerly Architectural Editor of the Victoria County History 130
9. Skirlaugh church 165
10. Tunstall church in the earlier 19th century 180
11. Wawne church 201
12. Barmston church: effigy, probably of William Monceaux (d. 1446) 222
13. Beeford rectory house 1833-4 239
14. Beeford church in 1784 240
15. Beeford church: brass of Thomas Tonge, rector (d. 1472) 241
16. Lissett chapel before restoration in 1876 242
17. Brandesburton church after restoration. Crown copyright. NMR 253
18. Catwick church before rebuilding in 1863 260
19. Goxhill church c. 1830 272
20. Hornsea: map of the mere, showing also Wassand and Hornsea town 274
21. Hornsea church 292
22. Leven church, demolished in the 19th century 304
23. Leven: capital of 15th-century cross from St. Faith's churchyard 305
24. Mappleton church in the earlier 19th century 319
25. Nunkeeling church in 1784 328
26. Rise plan, 1716. By permission of the H. A. Bethell Estate 332
27. Rise Hall, remodelled 1815-20 333
28. Rise church before 1844 339
29. Long Riston church before 1855 348
30. Great Hatfield cross 362
31. Wassand: watercolour of former manor house. By permission of the trustees of Lady (Ernestine) Strickland-Constable 368
32. Wassand: west elevation of Wassand Hall by Thomas Cundy, built between 1813 and 1815. By permission of the trustees of Lady (Ernestine) Strickland-Constable 368
33. Sigglesthorne church in the earlier 19th century 372
34. Skipsea castle earthworks 383
35. Withernwick church before rebuilding in the 1850s 413


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