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A History of the County of York East Riding: Volume 6, the Borough and Liberties of Beverley. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1989.

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Note. Page numbers in bold-face type are those of the principal reference. A page number in italic denotes an illustration on that page or facing it. A page number followed by n is a reference only to the footnotes on that page.

Abba, H. W., 246

Abbott, Wm., 200

Abraham, Ralph, 199

Acklam:
-, Josias, 202
-, John, 202, 204
-, Pet., 187 n

Acorn Industrial Estate, 159

Adamson, John, 201

Adamthwaite, Ann, 311

Admiral of England, see Clinton

Adwalton Moor (Yorks. W.R.), 92

Aelfric, abp. of York, 3, 10, 50

affeerors, 211

Africa, South, 116, 158

Agas, Wm., 200

Agincourt (Pas-de-Calais, France), 8

Aglion:
-, Ric., 198
-, Wm., 199

Aglionby, Thos., 75-6

agricultural machinery, making of, dealing in, 118, 137, 139, 153, 244, 294

Agricultural Mortgage Corporation Ltd., 310

agricultural produce, processing of, 105-6, 112, 115, 140; and see brewers; chicory-drying; maltsters; millers; oatmealmaking; seed crushing; tanners

agriculture, 19, 40, 81, 105, 114, 116, 140, 161; and see Beverley Parks; Eske; Molescroft; Storkhill; Thearne; Tickton; Weel; Woodmansey

Aike, John of, 24, 32, 183, 198; and see Holy Trinity hosp.

Aike (in Lockington)(in St. John's parish), 162, 263

airfield, 206

Alan, boy of Alan of Humbleton, 40

Albright & Wilson Ltd., 306

Alcock, John, bp. of Ely, 253

'Aldbeck', 33, 36, 54

Aldbrough, 269

Aldefield:
-, Ric. of, 280
-, Alice, w. of Ric., ? wid. of Pet. de Surdeval, 280

Aldgate, fam., 173

alehouses, see inns

Alford:
-, Edw., 76
-, John, 85
-, Lancelot (d. 1563), 201
-, Lancelot (d. c. 1616), 68, 76, 85, 201, 203
-, Sir Wm., 91
-, fam., 76 n, 91

Alfred, chronicler, 5

Alkbarrow, Ric., 199

Allerthorpe, 269

Allerton:
-, Nic. of, 198
-, Rob., 199

Allon, Hen., 244

allotment gardens, 284

Almack:
-, H. H., 286
-, Harold, 286
-, John, 286
-, Ric., 286

Almot:
-, John, 198
-, fam., 170

almshouses, bede houses, hospitals, maisons dieu, 24, 32-3, 48-9, 52, 59-60, 66, 70, 77-8, 87, 134, 162 n, 180, 182-3, 185-6, 192, 214, 236, 261-70, 269, 303, 308

Alured, Thos., 97, 101, 205

Alwood, Rob., 200

America, North, 129-30
-, war with, 135
-, and see United States of America

anchoresses, hermits, 61, 167

Anderson:
-, (later Pelham), Chas., see Pelham, Chas. A.
-, Francis, 129
-, John, 205

Andrews, G. T., 169

Anlaby:
-, John, 94
-, Wm. of (fl. 13th cent.), 11
-, Wm. (d. by 1649), 312

Anningson:
-, Herb., 274
-, Jos., 274
-, Stamper, 274
-, Wm., 274

apothecaries, 115, 118, 121; and see chemists

Appleton:
-, Mary, 260
-, Rob. (fl. 1687-1729, ? two of this name), 202, 204
-, Rob., jr. (fl. 1735, ? another), 288
-, Rob. (fl. 1754-78, ? another), 205
-, Teavil, 202, 204

Appleton, Machell & Smith's, see Beverley Bank

Appleyard:
-, Marg., 263
-, fam., 182

Archer:
-, Mic., see Newton
-, Susanna, see Newton

architects, 187, 189; and see Andrews; Atkinson, J. B. and W.; Beaumont, Alf.; Bennison; Bilson; Blanchard; Botterill; Boyle; Brodrick, Cuth. and F. S.; Campbell, Colen; Carr, John; Cash, John and H. W.; Farrah; Fisher, J. J.; Foley; Gould; Harker; Hawe; Hawe & Foley; Hawksmoor; Humbs. Co. Council, co. architect; Jacobs; Lockwood, H. F.; Marshall, Thos. and Wm.; Middleton, John and Wm.; Morley & Woodhouse; Mountain; Moyser, Jas. (d. 1753); Musgrave, Sam.; Page, Edw.; Pearson, J. L.; Pennington; Petch, Mr.; Pugin, A. W. N. and E. W.; Raghton; Scott, Sir Gilb.; Shelton; Sherwood, E. J.; Smith, R. G. and Sam. (fl. 1753); Smith & Brodrick; Smith, Brodrick, & Lowther; Thompson, T. B. and Wm.; Thornton, Wm. (d. 1721); Watson, Chas.; Watson & Pritchett; Whitton, Marm.; Wright, Jos.; Wrightson

Arden:
-, John (fl. 1756), 135
-, John (fl. 1787-1828), 202, 204-5
-, John Barker, 203
-, fam., 135

Ardington, Nic., 201

Argentina, 116

Arkleby, Thos., 199

Armitstead, Jos., 203-4

armourers, furbishers, 42-3, 45, 82

Armstrong:
-, Gordon, 153-4, 158, 283
-, John, 200

Armstrong Patents Co. Ltd., 157-9, 181

Arnold (in Skirlaugh), 268-9

Arnott, fam., 313

Arram (in Leconfield), 282

Arram Hall (in Atwick), 273

art gallery, 208

Artes, Pet., 201, 203

Arundel, Thos., abp. of York, 17, 62

Ash:
-, Chris., 287
-, Metcalfe, 287
-, Rob., 287
-, fam., 287, 293

Ashley, Edw., 283

Ashmole:
-, Marg., 288
-, Mat., 202, 204, 261, 263
-, fam., 288

Ashton:
-, John, 199
-, Pet., 275

Ashworth, Ian, 275

Ask (? Eske):
-, Joan, w. of Ric. of, ? m. 2 Rob. of Holme, 280, 310
-, John of, 280
-, Ric. of, 280, 310

Aske, Rob., 71

Askew:
-, Ric., 287
-, (or Askwith), fam., 287

Askleby, Wm., 199

Askwith, see Askew

assarting, 280-1, 289, 290 n, 312

assemblies, assembly rooms, 113, 131-2, 135, 149-50, 187, 206-7, 250, 268

assize of bread and ale, 18, 20, 28-9, 63, 65, 69, 290

assize of fuel, victuals, wine, and wood, 65

Associated Chemical Co. (Fertilisers) Ltd., 306

Athelstan, King, 3, 7, 9, 12, 15, 29

Atkinson:
-, Ant., 118, 140, 182 n, 207, 244
-, Chris., 200
-, J. B. & W., 192, 259
-, John, curate of minster, 78-9
-, Pet., 202, 204
-, Ric., 200
-, Thos., 200
-, Wm., 199

Atmar:
-, Martin, 201
-, (or Smales), Marg., 261-2

attornies, see lawyers

Atwell, John, 198

Atwick, see Arram Hall

Austin, Thos., 205

Autherd drain, 224

Auxiliary Fire Service, 229

average, see common lands

Awger, fam., 170

Aylce, Rog., 198

Babington, Hugh of, 13

Babington's plot, 79

Babthorpe, Wm., 72

Bacon, Nic., 75

bailiffs, 290

Bainton:
-, A. W., 285, 305, 311
-, Jas. B., 203, 273-4
-, Thos., 273-4
-, Wm., 273, 285, 287, 301, 305, 311
-, fam., 273, 298

Bainton, 168

Bainton Beacon, see Harthill

Baker, Jos., 207

bakers, 31, 38, 44, 49, 81-3, 85, 106, 115
-, flan-, pie-, and pastry-bakers, 44

Balliol, Edw., 9

Baltic Sea, 80

bankers, banking, 118, 121, 139, 146-7, 188, 190, 298

Banks:
-, Eliz. A., 274
-, Rob., 116

Baptists, 119, 133, 150, 243, 246-7
-, Particular, 243, 245-8, 267-8, 268, 291, 301
-, Scotch, 133, 243, 245-8

Bar dike, see fortifications, town ditch

barbers, 49, 82

Barbour, Wal., 198

Bard, Wm., and his w. Marg., 310

Barker:
-, Adam, 198
-, Wal., 198

barkers, see tanners

Barkers & Lee Smith, 157

Barkworth, Geo., 298

Barmby Moor, 269

Barnard:
-, Sir Edw. (fl. 1672-85), 97, 101, 109, 205
-, Edw. (d. 1714), 205, 295
-, Mary, see Perrot
-, Ramsden, 202, 204, 295
-, Wm., 295
-, fam., 293, 295

Barnby, Jas., 200

Barnby by Bossall (Yorks. N.R.), 85

Barnsley (Yorks. W.R.), 103

barracks, drill hall, 151, 195, 208, 224, 229, 251, 254, 272, 277, 298

Barrett:
-, J. F., 274
-, John, 57
-, Ric., 57
-, T. C., 274
-, Thos., 57
-, Wm. (d. 1640), 201, 203
-, Wm. (d. 1936), 274

Barrow, John, 199

Barrow, Hepburn & Gale, 153, 157, 159

Barthorpe, Geo., 201, 203

Barton:
-, John of (fl. 1347-67), 198
-, John (fl. 1463-80), 199
-, Ric., 117
-, Rog., 202

Barton upon Humber (Lincs.), 235

basket makers, 176

basket-men, creelers, 37, 42, 45

Baswick (in Leven), 269

Bates, Edw., 288

baths, 221, 229

Batley, C. H., 130

Bawde, Thos., 200

Bayeux, Thos. of, abp. of York, 16, 279, 284, 292, 303, 310

Bean:
-, Hen., 205
-, Wm., 199

bears, bearwards, 87

Beatniffe, Ric., 205

Beaumont:
-, Alf., 301
-, Jos., 146

Beche, Alan, 25, 37

Becher, Hen., 289

Beckwith:
-, Mat., 284
-, Rog., 182, 284
-, Thos., 284

Bedale, Ric., 200

Bede, Ven., 2

bede houses, see almshouses

Bedford, John, 58, 287

Bedfordshire, 8

Beeford:
-, Ric., 199
-, Rob., 198

beerhouses, see inns

Beilby:
-, Benj., 202
-, Jos., 202, 204

Belgium, see Bruges; Damme; Ypres

Bell:
-, Jas., 261-2
-, Jos., 202, 204
-, Mark (d. c. 1790), 267
-, Mark (fl. 1810-32), 286-8
-, Ric., 85, 201
-, Thos., 200

Bellasise:
-, Ric. (fl. 1490), 200
-, Ric. (fl. 1711), 280

bellmakers, see Harrison, Jas.; Lester; Mears; Smith, Sam. (d. 1709); Stafford; Taylor, Messrs.

Bellow, John, 65, 181, 183

Belott, Thos., 199

Beningbrough Hall (Yorks. N.R.), 186 n

Benington, fam., 245

Bennison, Appleton, 194

Bentley (in Rowley), 8, 57, 83, 167, 276

Berkeley, Sir Wm., 182

Best:
-, Hen., 106, 222
-, John, 35

Beswick, John of, 25

Bethell:
-, Sir Hugh (d. 1679), 95
-, Hugh (d. 1772), 128
-, Ric., 202
-, Wm., 214
-, fam., 128

Bettison, Mary, 263

Bevaloid, 157

Beverley:
-, Edric of, 34
-, R. M., 244
-, Ric., 198
-, Thos. of, 12, 17, 23
-, Wm., 130, 187, 203, 205, 211, 273, 285

Beverley, meaning of place name, 2, 195

Beverley, places in Commonwealth called, 136

Beverley and Barmston Drainage Board, 165, 168, 215-17, 282, 291-2, 297

Beverley and East Riding Agricultural Association, 206

Beverley and East Riding Floral and Horticultural Society, 206

Beverley and East Riding Golf Club, 151, 218

Beverley and East Riding Mechanics' Institute, 134-5, 138, 143, 150, 194, 207, 208, 252

Beverley and East Riding Public Rooms, 206

Beverley and East Riding Race Co. Ltd., 206

Beverley and East Riding Reform Association, 144, 208

Beverley and East Riding Telegraph , 210

Beverley and Skidby Drainage Board, 215, 217, 271, 296

Beverley Argus and Freemen's Journal , 209-10

Beverley Association for Prosecution of Felons, 124-5, 227

Beverley Bank (Appleton, Machell & Smith's), 118

Beverley Base Hospital, 192, 230

Beverley beck, the beck, 1, 17-18, 27, 35-6, 42, 44, 47, 50, 52, 62, 66, 134, 142, 156, 170, 174, 177, 179, 204, 308
-, bridges, 168; and see High and Low bridges
-, cleansing, improvement, 111, 164-5
-, drainage to, 53, 142, 180, 226, 271
-, ind. and public services near, 41-2, 81, 106, 138-41, 147, 165, 224, 226-7
-, jousting in, 87
-, tolls, dues, 25, 36, 113-14, 124, 142, 147, 165, 225
-, trade on, 36-7, 81, 106, 113-14, 116, 137, 141, 164-6

Beverley Borough, later East Yorkshire Borough of Beverley, district council, 156, 159-60, 164, 192, 216, 248, 275, 295, 300, 307, 311, 313

Beverley Butchers Ltd., 274

Beverley charitable trustees, see Beverley Consolidated Charities

Beverley Chronicle , 209-10

Beverley Church Sunday School Society, 233, 238

Beverley Civic Society, 155

Beverley College of Further Educ., 253, 259; and see Beverley Technical Inst.; Evening Inst.

Beverley Consolidated Charities (Beverley charitable trustees), 261-2, 266, 268-9, 275

Beverley District Board, 251

Beverley Echo , 209

Beverley Emigration Society, 136

Beverley Express , 209

Beverley Freeman , 210

Beverley Guardian , 143, 147, 209, 210

Beverley Guardian Society for Protection of Trade, 227

Beverley Guardians Committee, 192

Beverley Independent , 209

Beverley Iron & Waggon Co., 139-40, 145, 228

Beverley Nonconformist Council, 245

Beverley Parks (in St. John's par.), 162, 227, 269, 271-7, 272, 295, 298, 301
-, agric., 275-6
-, army camp, 272
-, burial ground for, 235
-, dom. archit., 273
-, drainage, 271
-, ind., 118, 140, 159, 223-4, 271, 277
-, inn, 271
-, Lakeminster Park caravan site, 160, 277
-, lodges, 109, 271, 273, 276
-, mills, 218, 271, 276-7, 313
-, officers, 277, 300
-, Old Hall, 271, 273, 276
-, poor relief, 277
-, pop., 272, 297-8
-, rly., 271
-, roads, 167-8, 175, 271
-, sch., 301
-, tithes, 275, 277
-, Victoria barracks, 195, 208, 224, 272, 277, 298
-, waterworks, 272
-, woodland, haggs, 15-16, 88, 211, 213, 271-2, 275-6
-, and see park

Beverley Pasture Freemen's Association, 216

Beverley poor-law union, 133, 136, 137 n, 192, 230-1, 290, 295, 300, 307, 313

Beverley Recorder , 143, 209

Beverley rural district, 146, 192, 194, 228, 281, 290, 295, 300, 307, 313

Beverley Technical Institute, 246, 253, 283

Beverley Total Abstinence Society, 150, 246, 248

Beverley Town Cricket & Recreational Club, 229

Beverley Volunteer Infantry, 195

Beverley Waggon Works, 153

Beverley Waterworks Co., 223

Bevington, Thos., 199

Bewholme:
-, John (fl. 1379-1449, ? two or more of this name), 198
-, Rob., 199

Bielby (in Hayton), 269

Bigod, Sir Francis, 71

Bigott, Rob., 78

Billips, Chris., 202-3

Bilson, John, 239, 254

Bilton, Isabel of, 285

Bird:
-, Agnes, w. of Wm., 59
-, Rob., 199
-, Wm., 59, 198

Birley, Rob., 14

Bittby, Paul, 198

Blackden, Wm., 200

blacksmiths, 137

Blacomour, Wm., 198

Blanchard, B. W., 249

Blanshard, Rob., 202, 204

Blathwaite, John, 200

bleaching, 106, 116, 277

Bloom:
-, Jas., 275
-, Rose H., 275

Blount:
-, John, 288
-, Wm., 288

Blücher, Gebhard von, 170

Blue Coat sch., see education

boatmen, sailors, shipmen, watermen, 31, 35, 37, 44, 57, 59, 80-2, 87, 114, 134

boats, ships, 31, 35-6, 39-40, 44, 70, 80, 111, 114, 117, 138, 153, 158-9, 164-6, 169, 252, 294, 297, 303, 306

Boidin of Flanders, 39

Boldero:
-, E. G., 280
-, Mary, see Lewins

bollers, botellers, 44

Bolton (Lancs.), 158

Bombay (India), 130

Bonaventure, Brother, see Johnson, Thos.

bone-lace making, 110, 116-17, 255

Bonsaye, John, 78

books, booksellers, 62, 78-9, 102, 105, 110, 115, 118, 134-5

Booth:
-, Edm., 200
-, Lawr., abp. of York (d. 1480), 13
-, Lawr. (fl. 1640), 202
-, Ric., 200
-, Rob., 200
-, Wm. (fl. 1497), 200
-, Wm. (fl. 1790), 306

Bordeaux (Gironde, France), 58

borough government (by town council to 1573, by corporation, 1573-1974):
-, aldermen (from 1685), 20-1, 101-2, 121-5, 128, 130, 141, 219 n, 238, 310-11
-, list of, 202-3; and see under names of those there listed
-, and see boro. govt., governors
-, armour, 104
-, assistants (to 1835), 21, 64-5; and see boro. govt., councillors
-, bailiff, 11, 65
-, beadle, 124

bellman, bell woman, 27, 66, 124

billet master, 124

boro. status, 1, 164

boundaries, 103, 161-4, 168, 271

burgesses, freemen, 7, 12, 20-2, 24-7, 30, 47, 55, 64-7, 110-11, 127, 165, 178, 190, 214-16, 235
-, admission of, 10, 32, 40, 58, 67-9, 80-2, 93, 104-6, 115, 117, 122-3, 126, 128, 130, 238
-, rights of, 15-18, 28-9, 33, 63, 67, 75, 80, 99, 103, 115, 121, 126, 140-3, 145, 161, 190, 213, 21517, 253, 263, 267, 289
-, bylaws, 24, 28, 35, 37-8, 40, 42, 67, 82, 103, 188
-, capital or selected burgesses, 67, 75, 90, 94, 97, 99-102, 104, 121-3, 125, 215
-, chamber (corporation) clerk, 100, 103, 122, 124, 198
-, list of, 205
-, chamberlains, 22-3
-, charters and privileges, 65, 67-8, 74-5, 97, 99-101, 103-6, 161, 167, 192, 198, 201, 213
-, medieval, 3, 5, 7, 11-12, 15, 17, 19-20, 25, 29, 34-5, 55, 57, 161, 213
-, (1511, 1526, 1539), 63-4
-, (1573), 65, 67-8, 70, 75, 99-100, 161, 167, 192, 198, 201, 218, 219 n
-, (1628), 100, 103, 105
-, (1663), 99-100
-, (1685), 97, 101, 106, 121, 123
-, chief steward, 63
-, clerk of mkt., 13, 63-5, 73
-, coat of arms, 27, 190, 195-6, 195, 197, 221
-, commonalty, commons, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 30, 43, 66-7, 77
-, constables, 18, 66, 109, 111, 124, 162, 223, 227; and see constables (outlying townships)
-, cook, 67, 124
-, coroner, 65
-, council, councillors:
-, to 1835, see boro. govt., assistants after 1835, 141, 145-7, 158, 255
-, cowherds, 215
-, escheator, 65
-, finances, 24, 30-4, 68-70, 102-5, 122-3, 142, 147-8, 165, 167, 212, 217, 232, 235
-, fish searchers, 66
-, freemen, see boro. govt., burgesses
-, gaoler, 68, 192
-, governors, keepers (to 1685), 13-14, 19-35, 37-8, 40, 42-8, 56, 58, 61-72, 74-6, 79, 82-3, 87-91, 93-4, 96-8, 100-3, 110, 161, 167, 190, 196, 214, 217
-, list of, 198-202; and see under names of those there listed
-, and see boro. govt., aldermen
-, improvement (lighting and watching) commissioners, 123, 125, 142-3, 145, 224-5, 227
-, insignia and plate, civic, 27, 94, 142, 197
-, inspector of nuisances, 147, 226-7
-, J.P.s, 11, 13, 29, 34, 63-5, 68, 100, 103, 110, 124-5, 161, 165, 192, 225
-, keeper or beadle for beggars, 87
-, keepers, see boro. govt., governors
-, local board of health, 143, 145, 188, 197, 223-6, 228
-, L.E.A., 152, 252
-, macebearer, 68, 103, 124, 197; and see boro. govt., serjeants
-, market cleanser or keeper, 219, 225
-, market keepers or supervisers, 27, 64, 66, 124, 219
-, master or overseer of works, 66, 103
-, mayor, 65, 67-8, 70, 75, 78, 89-90, 93, 96, 100-4, 106-7, 110, 121-5, 127, 161, 167, 196-7, 207, 217-18, 226-7, 235
-, by name, 67-8, 74, 76, 85, 94, 101-2, 109, 128, 130, 146-7, 230, 243, 246
-, list of, 202-5; and see under names of those there listed
-, medical officer of health, 143, 145, 148, 152, 154-5
-, muniments, 15, 23-5, 28-33, 40, 42, 67-8, 81, 103-4, 122
-, pasture masters, 66, 141-2, 144-6, 160, 206, 214-17, 229, 267
-, paver, 66, 123
-, plate, civic, see boro. govt., insignia
-, property, 21, 24, 27, 32-3, 56, 69-70, 78, 81, 103-4, 122-3, 142, 147, 179-83, 210, 232-3, 235-6, 240, 261, 265, 268, 288-9, 308, 310-12; and see common lands, common pastures; corn exchange; Cross garths; Dings; education, grammar sch.; fortifications, bars; guildhall; markets; municipal offices; prisons, town
-, receiver, 65, 69, 89, 93, 102-4, 122
-, recorder, 22, 28, 65, 67-8, 70, 75-6, 90, 94, 97, 100-3, 109, 122, 124, 198
-, list of, 205; and see under names of those there listed
-, scavengers, 225-6
-, seals, 23, 25, 34, 196-7
-, selected burgesses, see boro. govt., capital burgesses
-, serjeants, 26, 65-8, 124, 197, 227
-, shepherds, 27, 214
-, steward, 13, 65
-, surveyors, 146, 165, 167, 188
-, swineherd, 27, 124
-, toll collector, 25, 32, 66, 125, 165
-, tolls, 12-15, 17, 19, 25-6, 32, 35-6, 39, 69-70, 80-1, 104, 122-4, 142, 147, 161-2, 167-9, 177, 179, 219, 222, 224-5, 294, 306
-, gatelaw, 219
-, pavage, 25, 31-2, 36-7, 179, 224
-, town (common) clerk, 25-6, 28, 63, 65-8, 100, 103, 124, 198
-, list of, 205
-, town husband, 103
-, urban sanitary authority, 145, 147
-, waits, 26-7, 47, 66, 79, 87, 110, 124, 132, 197
-, wardens, 22

Bossall:
-, Alex., 200
-, Rob., 199
-, Thos., 200

Bossall, see Barnby

Boston, Ric. of, 23

Boston Fishing Group Holdings Ltd., 311

Boswell, John, 26, 205

botellers, see bollers

Botterill, Wm., 283

Bovill, Sewall de, abp. of York, 15-16, 211, 213-14, 275, 299

Bow bridge, 170

Bower, Wm., 205

Bowet, Hen., abp. of York, 29

bowls (game), 107, 111, 113, 218, 229

Bowman:
-, Anne, 264
-, John (d. 1746), 202, 204
-, John (d. by 1799), 202, 204, 263-4

bowyers, 44-6, 82

box-makers, 44

Boyd, Alex., 263, 268

Boyle, Ric., earl of Burlington, 186

Boynton:
-, Sir Francis, 205
-, Sir Griffith, 128
-, fam., 110

Boynton, 94

Brabazon:
-, Beatrice, 293
-, Jas., 293
-, Sophia, see Courtney

Brabbes, Thos., 89

Bracken borough, Edm., 199

Braddock, Francis, 219

Bradford (Yorks. W.R.), 249

Bradley, John, 261-2

Bradshaw, Ellerker, 127-8

Bradwell, Braithwell, 15, 18, 51, 62, 173

Brambling Lime (Salisbury) Ltd., 277

Brandesburton, 266

brasiers, 43, 45

Bray, Sir Reg., 293

Brereton:
-, Chas., 203, 205
-, John, vicar of St. Mary's, 97, 203, 205, 237

breeches makers, 116

Bretton Hall (Yorks. W.R.), 186

brewers, brewing, 82, 115, 140, 153, 306 n

Brian:
-, John, 199
-, Rob., 200

bricklayers or tilers, 81-2, 115

brickmakers or tilers, brickyards, 22, 35, 37, 41-2, 44-5, 54, 81, 106, 117, 121, 140, 153, 182, 184-5, 218, 226, 277, 283, 306

Bridekirk, Guy, 199

bridges, 167-9, 171 n, 179, 190; and see Cross br.; High br.; Low br.; Neat br.; and under Beverley beck; fullers; Grovehill; Hall Garth; Hull, Kingston upon; Hull, riv.; Humber, riv.; Kexby; Mills Cut; Thearne, Plaxton's br.; Tickton

Bridlington, 137, 154, 169, 269, 283
-, monthly meeting, 245
-, and see Grindale; Sewerby

Brigg, Wal., 199

Brigham:
-, Hen., 216
-, Wm., 214, 216
-, fam., 214

Bristol (Bristowe), John of, 26, 198

Bristol (Glos.), 57-8

British and Foreign School Society, 251

British Oil & Cake Mills Ltd., 285

Broadgate Hosp., see Walkington

Broadley:
-, Hen., 274
-, R. C., 131
-, Wm., 273
-, fam., 274

Brocklesby (Lincs.), 117, 128

Brodding:
-, Ric., 200
-, Wm., 201

Brodrick:
-, Cuth., 189, 239
-, F. S., 189, 241, 257

Brogden, Frances, 237, 261-2

Brompton:
-, John, 21, 38, 57-61, 198
-, Nic., 199
-, Rob., 200
-, Thos., 39, 199

Broomfleet, Sir Hen., 10

Broomfleet (in South Cave), 267

Brotherly Society, 134

Brown:
-, Edw., 200
-, John (fl. 1508-29), 200
-, John (d. 1637), 202-3
-, Ric., 64, 83
-, Rob. (fl. 1544), 201
-, Rob. (fl. 1559-78), 201, 203
-, Wm., 272
-, and see Browne

Brownbeard, Wm., 201

Browne:
-, John, 304
-, Nic., 304
-, and see Brown

Bruges (Belgium), 39

'Brunanburgh', 3, 7

Brundell, B. S., 147-8, 226

Brune, Rob. of, 198

Buck, Peregrine, 253 n, 261, 264

Buckingham, duke of, see Stafford, Edw.

Buckinghamshire, 9; and see Donington

Bugg, Thos., 199

builders, 24, 81, 114, 117, 121, 186-7, 189, 244

building:
-, early, in brick, 35, 42, 111, 179, 181, 184, 233
-, in stone, 42, 51, 181, 184, 233, 238, 241
-, in wood, 2, 14, 33, 88, 111, 181, 183-4, 190

building trades, see bricklayers; builders; freemasons; glaziers; masons; painters

bull-baiting, bull ring, 38, 45-7, 87, 110, 125, 135, 177 n

Bullock:
-, John, 85, 200
-, Ric., 201, 203
-, Thos., 200
-, fam., 170

Bulmer, Thos., 200

Burdale, Ric., 199

Burley, Wm., 198

Burlington, earl of, see Boyle

Burmah Industrial Products, 159

Burney, Jas., curate of minster, 89, 96, 233

Burrow, Wm., 205

Burton:
-, Dav. (d. 1854), 211
-, Dav. (d. 1890), 211
-, Dav. F. (d. 1931), 211
-, Ellen, 59
-, Hen., 126, 130-1
-, John of, 26
-, Col. (later Gen.) N. C., 129-30
-, R. C., 130
-, Rob. of (fl. 1347), 198
-, Rob. (fl. 1398), 59
-, Rob. (fl. 1494-1529), 200
-, Rob. (fl. 1778), 202
-, Wm. of, 198

Burton, Bishop, 14, 61, 76, 100, 124, 168, 206, 214, 217, 234, 283-6, 290
-, Killingwoldgraves, 8
-, fm., 214, 217, 270
-, hosp., 214, 288-9

Burton, Cherry (North), 8, 211, 244, 282, 290

Burton Agnes, 128

Burton Bushes, see Westwood

Burton Constable, 76, 78, 185 n, 186-7, 206

Burton, North, see Burton, Cherry

Bury, Thos., 264

butchers, 31, 37-8, 40, 45-7, 62, 81-2, 113, 115, 213, 221, 226

Butemond, Rob., 23

Butler:
-, Eliz., see Langdale
-, Rob., 285
-, Sam., 207

Butt close, 214, 218

Byall, Ric., 199

bylawmen, 290, 295, 300, 307, 313

Bynham, Thos., 47

CIN Industrial Investments Ltd., 311

cabinet makers, furniture makers, 117, 190

Cadeby, John, 60, 62

Calais (France), 39, 58

Calcium Carbonates Ltd., 277

Caldebek, Patrick de, 279
-, and see Coldbeck

Cambridge University, 107, 110, 133, 253, 262, 264-5
-, St. John's coll., 132, 264
-, Trinity coll., 132

Cambridgeshire, see Guilden Morden; Over

Campbell:
-, Colen, 186
-, Fred., 203, 205, 304

Campden, Vct., see Hicks

Campey, Thos., 274

Canada, 136, 158

Cankrien:
-, H. K., 286
-, J. C., 286, 288
-, fam., 283

Canonesses Regular of St. Augustine, 242

Canterbury, abp. of, see Pecham

cappers, 82

caravan manufacture, 157-8, 277

Carey, Sir Hen., 91

Carlisle, Hugh, 199

Carlisle, earl of, see Howard, Chas.

Carlisle (Cumb.), 57

Carlton:
-, John, 198
-, Wm., 198

carpenters, 44, 49, 57, 75, 81-2, 115, 117

Carr:
-, John, 187, 206
-, Laurence, 199

carriers, carters, 27, 30, 80, 113-14

Carter:
-, John, 285
-, Phil., 285
-, Ric., 285

Carto, Aymo de, provost of St. John's coll., 18

Cartwright:
-, Ann, 235
-, John, 200
-, Rob., 201

cartwrights, 32

Carver, Dan., 205

carvers, 44

Cash:
-, H. W., 208
-, John, 208

Cass, Elias, 200

'castles' (stands at processions), 10, 45-6, 76

Catfoss, fam., 172

Catour, Thos., 198

Catterson:
-, F. B., and his w. Betsy, 310
-, Geo., 138

cattle, 215-16
-, market, fairs, 159, 218, 221-3
-, plague, 145
-, rearing, 109, 275-6, 299
-, and see cows

Catton, Rog., 201

Catton, see Kexby

Catwick, Pet., 198

Catwick, 57

Cave, North, 91, 130
-, Hotham Hall, 130
-, monthly meeting, 245

Cave, South, see Broomfleet

Cavendish, Wm., earl of Newcastle, 92-4

Cawood (Yorks. W. R.), 74, 275

Cawton:
-, John, 200
-, Rob., 200

Cecily, servant of Hildyard fam., 59

cemeteries, 55, 229, 235, 272

Chamber, Steph., 200

Chamberlain:
-, John, 198
-, Nic., 198, 237

Champney:
-, J. E., 151, 207-8, 229
-, Ric., 277

Chance, Wm., 277

chandlers, tallow-chandlers, 42, 49, 80, 115, 121

chantries, 25, 32-3, 47, 54, 56, 60-1, 69, 77-8, 167, 169, 182-3, 232-3, 235, 237, 241, 289-90, 293, 295, 300-1, 305

chapels, 10; and see St. Helen's chap.; St. John's chap.; St. John's coll., St. Martin's chap.; St. Nicholas's chap.; St. Theobald's chap.; St. Thomas's chap.; see also under Eske; Hull bridge; Molescroft; Thearne; Tickton; Woodmansey

Chaplain, John, 43

Chapman, Wm., 80 n, 201

chapman, 22

Chappelow:
-, Chris., 101-2, 108, 202, 204
-, John, 102, 202-3
-, Leon., 133

charities, 24, 31, 59, 80, 87, 110, 122, 134-5, 207, 232-3, 236-7, 244, 253, 255-60, 261-70, 291, 301, 307, 310-12

Charity Commission, 251, 261

Charity school, see education

Charles I, 91-2, 94, 197

Charles II, 95, 101, 197

Charters, fam., 177

cheesecake-makers, 44

chemicals manufacture, 157, 159

chemists, 118, 146-7, 189; and see apothecaries

Cheshire, see Chester

Chess Club, 150

Chester, Pet. of, provost of St. John's coll., 213

Chester (Ches.), 207

chicory-drying, 306

China, 187

Choral Society, 151

Christian and Literary Institute, 208

Christy Minstrels, 150

Church Institute, 149, 208

Church of England, 133, 149-50, 243-5, 250-2, 301, 313

Church of Ireland, 149

churches, 60, 110, 231-41, 242-3, 245; and see protestant nonconformity; Roman Catholicism; St. John and St. Martin's par.; St. Mary's par.; St. Nicholas's par.; Yorkshire, East Riding

cinemas, 156, 207, 238, 268 n

Civil War, 91-6, 102, 110-11, 179-80, 237, 285, 288

Clark (Clarke):
-, G. T., 142
-, John, 132, 253
-, Rob. (fl. 1571-98), 201, 203
-, Rob. (d. c. 1675), 253, 264
-, Steph., curate of minster, 97
-, Susannah, 235
-, Thos. (fl. 1604-44), 94, 100, 202-3, 205
-, Thos. (d. 1679), 102, 202, 204
-, Thos. (fl. 1685), 202
-, Thos. (d. 1785), 283, 288
-, Thos. (fl. 1801), 286, 288
-, Wm. (d. 1632), 202-3
-, Wm. (fl. 1685), 101, 202
-, and see Clerk

Clarkson, Thos., 261, 264

Clerk:
-, John, 198
-, Thos., 200
-, Wm., see Spene
-, and see Clark

Clifford:
-, Apollonia, see Langdale
-, Hugh, Ld. Clifford, 285

Clinton, Edw., Ld. Clinton, Adm. of Eng., 74

Clinton and Saye, Ld., see Fiennes, Edw.

clockmakers, 105, 115

cloth making, 39-41, 56-7, 80, 82, 106, 114, 116; and see bleaching; dyers; fullers; linen manufacturers; shearmen; tenter garths; weavers

cloth and wool trade, 1, 38-40, 56-7, 80, 82, 104, 106, 113-14

clothing making, 114; and see breeches makers; cappers; cobblers; glovers; hatters; jerkin makers; milliners; shoemakers; stocking making; tailors

Clubley, Thos., 202, 204

coachmaker, 118

Coade of Lambeth, 187

Coates:
-, Jane, see Keld
-, Pet., 304
-, Wm., 253, 262

Coates, Little (Lincs.), 74

Cobb, Sir Francis, 109

cobblers, cordwainers, shoemakers, 35, 38, 41, 81-2, 115-16, 121, 128

Cobham, Thos. of, 58

Cochrane, And., and his s. And., 150, 246

Cochrane, Hamilton & Cooper, 140

cock-fighting, cockpits, 74, 87, 112, 131, 135, 217, 219

Cockerill:
-, Geo., 202-3
-, John, 287
-, Ric., 200, 287
-, Wm., 198
-, fam., 287

cockshoots, 62, 217

Codrington, Sir Wm., 128

coffee rooms, coffee taverns, 113, 151

coffeeman, 105

Cogdell, John, 202, 204

Coke:
-, Adam, 198
-, John (fl. 1436), 199
-, John (fl. 1493), 200
-, Rob., 199
-, Thos., 198
-, Wm., 198
-, and see Cooke

Cokerham:
-, Ric., 198
-, Rog., 199

Coldbeck, Thos., 198
-, and see Caldebek

Cole, Mic., 241

Collett, Cornelius, 203

Collinson, Thos., 200

Collume, Wm., 198

Colman, fam., 171

Colson, Wm., 201

Coltman:
-, Jos., curate of minster, 232, 250, 256
-, Thos., 205
-, Wm. Jos. (d. by 1832), 285-6, 288
-, Wm. Jos., s. of last, 285

common lands, 24, 33, 53, 212
-, average, 24, 33, 69, 104 n, 105, 190, 213
-, common pastures, 1-2, 15-16, 18-20, 24, 27, 33, 54, 66, 69-70, 81, 103, 105, 140-1, 161, 211, 213-18, 232; and see Figham; Swine Moor; Westwood
-, open or common fields, 15, 53, 211, 213; and see common lands under Beverley Parks; Eske; Molescroft; Storkhill; Thearne; Tickton; Weel; Woodmansey

communications, 137, 164-9; and see airfield; Beverley beck; bridges; ferries; Hull, riv.; railways; roads

Condith, John, 199

Congregational Church in England and Wales, 246

Congregational Union, 246

Congregationalists, 150, 194, 238, 244-8, 250

Coniston (in Swine), 268

Conpis, Jas., 199

conservation area, 156

Conservative Association, 208

Conservatives, 139, 141, 143-7, 149, 151, 209

Constable:
-, Cath., 242
-, Lady (Joan), 181
-, Sir John (d. 1579), 181, 279
-, John (fl. 1749), 202
-, Sir Marm., 74
-, Ralph, 76
-, Rob., 58
-, Thos., 199
-, Wm., 186-7
-, fam., 110

Constable-Maxwell:
-, Marm., see Maxwell
-, Wm., Ld. Herries, 144

constables (outlying townships), 294-5, 300, 307; and see boro. govt., constables

Constitutional Society, 127

Conton, John, 22

Cook, Welton & Gemmell, 140, 153, 158

Cooke (Cook):
-, Mrs. B. A., 287
-, J. D., 287
-, Jas., 207
-, Wm., 233
-, and see Coke

cooks, 44-5

Cooper:
-, Ant. Ashley, earl of Shaftesbury, 98
-, Wm., 200

coopers, 43-5, 49, 82, 121

Cope, Sir Wm., 293, 299, 305, 311

Copeland, Moses, 300

Coppandale:
-, Adam (fl. 1359), s. of Wm. sr., 198
-, Adam (fl. 1377), 198
-, Edm., 200
-, Francis, 85
-, John (fl. 1437-77), 59, 199
-, John (fl. 1555), 85
-, Margery, 58
-, Steph. (fl. 1366), 198
-, Steph. (fl. 1400), 198
-, Steph. (d. c. 1485), 62, 200
-, Thos. (fl. 1345), 198
-, Thos. (fl. 1406-23), 198
-, Wm. (? two of this name), 198
-, fam., 58, 85

coppersmith, 118

Copy, John, 199

Corbridge, Thos., abp. of York, 18

cordwainers, see cobblers

corn exchange, 207, 221, 229, 252, 255, 259, 261

corn-factors, -dealers, 113, 121, 300

Corpus Christi pageant, plays, or procession, 26-8, 40, 42-3, 45-7, 49, 61, 76, 87

Cortese, Giuseppe, 190

Cottage Hospital, see Dispensary

Cottam, John of, 198

Cottingham, John of, 198

Cottingham, 35, 69, 80, 151, 164-5, 285, 296, 301; and see Dunswell; Hull Bank
-, Raywell, 130

Coulson:
-, Wm. (governor 1636-62), 96, 100, 102, 202-3
-, Wm. (governor 1669-85), 97, 101-2, 202, 204
-, Wm. (governor 1680-c. 1711), 102, 202

Council in the North, 67-8, 74-5, 79, 90-1, 102

Courtney:
-, John (d. 1806), 120, 131-2, 293
-, John (d. 1840s), 293
-, Sophia, m. Jas. Brabazon, 293
-, fam., 292-3, 295

courts, 7, 15-16
-, town, 63, 66-7, 69, 79, 104, 167, 219, 227
-, pie-powder, 218, 222
-, record, 65, 68-70, 103, 196
-, sessions of peace, 68-9, 103, 124
-, 'Thursday sittings', 68, 103
-, local:
-, abp's., 11-12, 14, 26, 28-9, 63, 191
-, assize, 11, 103, 214
-, county, 153
-, Crown, 193
-, ecclesiastical, see York, cath. ch. of St. Peter, Ct. of High Commission and eccl. cts.
-, eyre, 17
-, manorial, 191, 210-11, 271, 277, 290, 294-5, 300, 305, 307, 312-13
-, prebendaries', 8
-, provost's, 17, 19, 28, 180, 290
-, quarter sessions, see Yorkshire, E.R., J.P.s
-, sheriffs tourn or ct. leet, 12, 63-5, 68, 211
-, view of frankpledge, 65, 68, 210-11
-, and see Yorkshire, E.R., Ct. of Sewers for E. Parts
-, central:
-, Chancery, 235, 240, 255, 263, 265-8, 270
-, Exchequer, 58, 94, 106
-, High, 157
-, Star Chamber, 64, 72, 103
-, and see York, assizes

Cousin, Ric., 199

Cowart, Geo., 202, 204

Cowell, John, 182

cowkeepers, dairying, 140, 276, 290, 294, 300, 306, 312-13

Cowling, Thos., 201

cows, 145, 215, 281, 306; and see cattle; cowkeepers

Cowton:
-, John, 199
-, Ric., 199

Cox, Wm., 201

crafts, see guilds

Cras:
-, Alex., 198
-, Jas. le, 171

Crashaw:
-, Ric., 89
-, Wm., curate of minster, 79, 89, 233

Crathorne:
-, Josiah, 115, 138, 150, 246, 277
-, Rob., 115
-, Sarah, m. W. H. Fisher, 277
-, Thos., 295

Craven:
-, Mary, 275
-, Ric., 201
-, Rob. M., 275

Craw, Pet., 66, 200, 239

Crawford, John, 267

Crayke (Creyke):
-, Agnes, m. 2 Rob. Hildyard, 58-9
-, Alex., 199
-, Ric., 232
-, Rob., 72, 85
-, fam., 58

creelers, see basket-men

Crewe, Ant., 281

Creyke, see Crayke

cricket, 150, 229

Crickmer, W. B., 149

Crimean War, 139

Crompton, Thos., 76

Cromwell:
-, John, 14
-, Ric., 94
-, Thos., 77

crops (less common), see chicory; hemp; madder; mint; teasels

Cross bridge, 9-10, 25, 41, 47, 50, 53-4, 103, 171, 183, 192, 223
-, hosp., see Holy Trinity hosp.

Cross fair, 39, 81, 104, 106-7, 110, 113, 173, 222-3

Cross garths, 9, 20, 32, 69, 171, 176, 190

Cross Monday, Cross days, see Rogationtide

crosses, see market crosses; Mile cross; St. John's coll., sanctuary crosses; Stump cross; White Cross

Crosskill:
-, Alf., 139, 144-7
-, Edm., 139, 143
-, Wm., 118, 138-9, 150, 155, 228, 244
-, Wm., & Sons, 139, 154, 228

Crossley, John, 200

Crust:
-, Marion, m. H. E. Nolloth, 304
-, Mercy, w. of Thos., 304
-, Thos., 255, 259, 304

cuckstool, pillory, 53-4, 110, 177, 191-2, 221

Cuke, John, 62

Cullington:
-, Geo. L., 280, 304-5
-, N. E., w. of Geo. L., 280, 305

Culpeper, Thos., 182

Cumberland, see Carlisle

Curdaikes, Hen., 201

Cure, Capel, 130

curriers, 82, 116, 125

Curtis:
-, Ant., 201
-, Wm., 200

Cussons:
-, Geo., 138
-, fam., 138, 159

cutlers, 45, 82, 118

cycling, 229

Cycling & Athletic Club, 151

Cynesige, abp. of York, 3

Dacre, fam., 289

Dacres:
-, Agnes, w. of Rob., 239
-, Rob., 41, 200, 239

dairying, see cowkeepers

Dalby, Ric., 200

Dalby (Lincs.), 236

Dales, Wm., 202-3

Dalkyn, Ric., 26, 28, 205

Dalton:
-, Benj., 261, 264, 267
-, Wm. of (fl. 1345), 198
-, Wm. (fl. 1406), 198

Dalton, South, 186

Damme (Belgium), 39

Danby, earl of, see Osborne, Thos.

dancing masters, 118

Darcey, Marg., 253, 261-2

Darcy:
-, Edith, see Neville
-, Sir Thos., later Ld. Darcy, 292

Darlington, Thos., 199

Davies:
-, Geo. (d. 1669), 202
-, Geo. (d. 1752), 202, 204
-, Geo. (fl. 1764), 261-2

Davis:
-, Geo., 277
-, J. W., & Son (Hull) Ltd., 277

Davison:
-, John, 199
-, Ken., 275
-, Nic., 200
-, Thos. (fl. 1568), 201
-, Thos. (d. 1664), 202-3

Dawes, Wm., abp. of York, 122

Dawson:
-, Cath., see Taylor
-, Edw., 200
-, Jas., 216-17
-, John, 125
-, Ric., 199
-, Thos. (fl. 1752-74), 286, 293
-, Thos. (fl. 1793), s. of last, 286

Dean, Thos., 199

Deans:
-, C. F., 286
-, Chas., 154

Deans & Son, 157

Debating Society, 151

Defoe, Dan., writer, 114, 117

Deira, 2

'Dendake', see Newdyke

Dendron, Wm., 200

Denison, W. H. F., 144

Denmark, 2, 240

Dent:
-, John, 202-3
-, Wm., 85, 200

Denton:
-, Charlotte, 273
-, Flora, 273
-, Pet., 273
-, S. B., 311
-, Sarah, 273
-, Steph., 273
-, Thos., 256, 273
-, fam., 273

depopulated villages, see Eske; Sicey; Sneerholmes; Storkhill

Derbyshire, 9, 77

Derman, Pet., 232

Devonshire, 77

Devoy:
-, Dan., 280
-, Frances, see Lewins

Dewsberry, see Duesbery

Dickinson:
-, Chris., 106
-, Jos., 245, 274
-, fam., 245

Dickons, Thos., 202, 204

Dickson:
-, John, 210
-, Ric., 210

Dings, Bishop Dings, 14, 16, 19, 32, 34, 38-9, 42, 69-70, 164, 170, 190-1, 221
-, at beck, 37

dinner-makers, 44

diseases, plagues, 16, 55-6, 85, 87, 105-7, 110-11, 119, 142-3, 146-7, 182, 224, 226, 230, 234

Disney, John, 199

Dispensary and Cottage Hospital, 134, 139, 146, 151, 230, 265, 267

distributive trades, see basket-men; boatmen; carriers; chandlers; corn factors; drapers; grocers; haberdasher; hardwaremen; hawkers; mercers; merchants; pedlars; porter merchant; tobacco; wine and spirit merchant

Dixon:
-, Hen., 283
-, Rob. (d. by 1849), and his w. Rosamond, 287, 297
-, Rob. (fl. after 1906), 287
-, T. C., 287
-, T. C. B., 287
-, T. E., 311

Dockers' Union, 138

doctors, physicians, surgeons, 75, 82, 105, 118, 121, 137, 230

Dodd, Edw., 288

Dodding, Miles, 288

Dodhill, Wm., 198

Dolman (Doweman):
-, Thos. (d. 1589), 233
-, Thos. (fl. 1841), 242

Doncaster (Yorks. W.R.), 105, 147

Donington, Ric. of, rector of Haversham (Bucks.), 13

Dorset, see Purbeck

Doss, John, 200

Dousing:
-, Ric., 12
-, fam., 12

Doweman, see Dolman

Downing, Edm., 275, 288, 293, 305, 311

Doyle:
-, Geo., 283
-, Priscilla, 261-2

Doynour:
-, John, 198
-, Wm., 199

drainage and sewerage, 24, 27, 33, 36, 123, 142-3, 145, 147, 179-80, 214, 223-4, 226-7, 283, 297, 303

Drake:
-, Francis (d. 1771), antiquary, 237
-, Francis (fl. 1767-91), vicar of St. Mary's, 237

drapers, 19, 22, 42 n, 44, 46, 48, 80-2, 85, 102, 105, 114-15, 118, 121, 145, 239

Driffield:
-, Rob. of, 198
-, Thos., 13, 199

Driffield, Great, 103, 154, 168, 209, 230, 282; and see Elmswell

Driffield Navigation Commissioners, 169, 279

drill hall, see barracks

Dring, Thos., 77

Drinkall, John, 264

Drummond, Rob., abp. of York, 118-19

Dry, Thos., 201

Drypool, 267

Drypool Group, 158

Dudley:
-, John, duke of Northumberland, 73, 210
-, Rob., Ld. Dudley, earl of Leicester, 73, 75, 87, 191, 210, 218, 222, 232, 236, 241, 273

Duesbery (Dewsberry):
-, Thos. (fl. 1775), 116
-, Thos. (fl. 1797-1835), 203, 205

Duffill, Thos., 230

Duggleby, Wm., 310

Dugmanton, Edw., 62

Dunham, Wal., 25-6, 199, 205

Dunkerly, J. A., 229

Dunn:
-, G. W., 311
-, Thos., 202, 204
-, Wm., 102, 202-4

Dunswell (in Cottingham), 164, 224, 295

Durham, 9; and see Sunderland

dyers, litsters, 30, 40-1, 45, 59-60, 80, 82, 106, 116

Dymoke:
-, Eliz., see Hebden
-, John, 98, 102, 109-10, 202, 204, 261, 264
-, Nic., 279
-, Sir Thos., 279

Eadie, Rob., 210

Ealdred, abp. of York, 3, 7, 34

Easingwold, Rob., 199

East Anglia, 3, 9, 77

East India Company, 131

East Riding Agricultural Society, 112

East Riding Bank, 118, 139, 147

East Riding District Society, 250-1, 258

East Riding Hospital District, 230

East Riding Local Militia, 195

East Riding Printing and Publishing Co., 209

East Riding Smallpox Hospital District, 230

East Riding Telegraph , 209-10

East York Regiment of Militia, 195

East Yorkshire and Crosskills Cart & Waggon Co., 139, 153

East Yorkshire Borough of Beverley, see Beverley Borough

East Yorkshire Cart & Waggon Co., 139, 146

East Yorkshire Militia, 230

East Yorkshire Newsapers Ltd., 209

East Yorkshire Printers Ltd, 209

East Yorkshire Regiment, 151, 195, 208, 272

East Yorkshire Volunteers, 195

Eastland, Easterlings, 80

Ebberston, Ralph, 199

Eden, Chris., 257-9, 264

education, schools, school teachers, 48, 110, 137, 152, 248, 250-61, 283
-, Charity (later Blue Coat) sch., 110, 127, 133, 190, 192-3, 236, 250-1, 255, 260-3, 265-7, 270
-, elementary educ., 110, 133, 149, 207-8, 243-52, 254-64, 266-9, 291, 307, 312-13; and for schs. see education, Charity sch.; Methodists, Wesleyan; Roman Catholicism; St. John's par.; St. Martin's par.; St. Mary's par.; St. Nicholas's par.; Thearne; Tickton; Weel
-, grammar sch., 70, 78-9, 87, 89-90, 95-6, 110-11, 122, 124, 127, 132, 142, 151, 195, 242, 250-2, 253-4, 255-6, 262-5, 267, 272, 275, 311-12
-, higher and technical educ., 252-3, 283
-, secondary educ., 151, 251-6, 258-61, 263, 283, 301, 307; and see grammar sch.

Education, Board of, 252

Education Department, 251

Edward the Confessor, 3, 5, 7, 11, 16, 34

Edward I, 7, 9, 11, 232

Edward II, 7

Edward III, 7-8

Edward IV, 31, 34

Edwards, Maj. (later Sir) Hen., 139, 144-5, 149

Egerton, Wm. Tatton, 129

Eglin:
-, Ann, 273
-, Thos., 273

Eland:
-, Wm., 28
-, fam., 58

Electric Cinema Picture Palace, 207

electricity supply, 152, 224

Elizabeth I, 73, 79

Ella, Kirk, 131

Ellerington:
-, Keith, 311
-, Pet., 311
-, T. W., 311
-, and see Elrington

Ellerker:
-, Edw., 67-8, 74, 76, 201, 203
-, John (fl. 1429), 10
-, Sir John (fl. 1545), 70
-, Sir Ralph (d. 1539), 63-4, 68, 71-2, 200
-, Sir Ralph (d. 1546), 72, 78
-, Lady, 74
-, fam., 63, 72, 74

Ellesden, Thos., 200

Elley, John, 201

Ellinor:
-, John, 202, 204
-, Thos., 237, 261, 264

Elliott:
-, Anna, 262
-, Maria, 311

Ellis:
-, Rob., 200
-, Wm. (fl. 1608-37), vicar of St. Mary's, 89-90, 237
-, Wm. (d. 1785), 205

Ellison:
-, Hen., 188, 240
-, fam., 240

Elloughton, 274
-, monthly meeting, 245

Elmswell (in Gt. Driffield), 106

Elrington, Wm., 93-4, 100, 102, 202-3 and see Ellerington

Elsdale, Thos., 200

Elwell:
-, F. W., 208
-, J. E., 144, 147-8, 189
-, W. H., 246

Elwes, Hen., 288

Ely, bp. of, see Alcock

Emergency Hospitals Scheme, 230

Empson, Mat., 125-6

Endyke, see Newdyke

engine and machine workers, see millwrights

engineers, engineering, 137, 139, 147, 283, 294, 306

English China Clay Group, 277

escheats of felons, 290

Eske, see Ask

Eske (in St. John's par.), 162, 164, 271, 278-81, 278, 291, 302, 308
-, agric., 281
-, chap., 281
-, common lands, 281
-, depopulated village site, 278-9, 281, 284
-, drainage, 278-9, 281, 302
-, dom. archit., 280
-, inc., 281
-, man., 279-81, 310
-, man. ho., 279-80, 284
-, mill, 281
-, nature reserve, 279
-, pop., 279, 303
-, road, 279
-, sch., 307
-, tithes, 281
-, woodland, 281

Essex, 128, 130

Esteby, Wm., 200

Estoft:
-, Chris., 67, 233
-, John (fl. 1623), 287
-, John (d. by 1695), 287
-, Thos. (fl. 1623), 287
-, Thos. (d. c. 1660, ? the same), 287
-, fam., 287

Etherington:
-, Hen. (d. 1760), 298
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1819), 298

Eton College, 238

Etton, Thos., 198

Etton, 94, 122, 235

Evening Inst., evening sch., 252-3

Everingham, Thos., 199

Everingham, 74

Evison, G. H. (Farmers), 274

Exchequer, see courts, central

Expandite, 159

Express Co., 209

Faircliff, Ric., 72, 78, 181

Fairfax:
-, Chas., 95
-, Ferdinando, Ld. Fairfax, 92
-, Greg., 11
-, Sir Thos., 92-3

fairs, 15, 19, 32, 34-5, 39, 61, 81, 101, 106-7, 113, 123-4, 142, 219, 222-3, 285; and see Cross fair

Falconer:
-, Brian, 200
-, Nic., 198

Fallowdowne, John, 304

Farley, Wm., 68, 201, 203

farmers, husbandmen, 46, 49, 57, 59, 81, 114, 140, 276, 290, 294, 300, 306, 312

Farnham, John, 275, 290

Farrah, Hen., 208

Farrer:
-, Chris. (fl. 1544-60), 201
-, Chris. (fl. 1603-16), 102, 201, 203
-, Edw., 201
-, Hen., 201, 203
-, Rob., 68, 201, 203
-, fam., 66
-, and see Ferrer

farrier, 105

Fearnsides, Susannah, 308

Featherston, Ralph, and his w. Ann, 293

fellmongers, 116, 121, 277, 300

Fenton, Rob., 13

Ferraby, Geo., 118

Ferrand, Ric., 80-1

Ferrer, Marg., 110, 237, 253, 262, 264, 310-11
-, and see Farrer

Ferries, Thos., 264

ferries, see Humber; Storkhill and Sandholme; Thearne; Weel

Ferris, Sam., vicar of St. Mary's, 96, 237

fertiliser manufacture, 140, 153, 157, 300, 306

Fewle, Ric., 201

Fiennes:
-, Celia, 223
-, Edw., Ld. Clinton and Saye, 181

Figham, 15, 27, 33, 36, 162, 168, 211-17, 227, 299-300

Findlater, Sam., 229

fires, 88, 110-11, 138, 181, 228, 233, 259, 311

fire fighting, 88, 111, 124, 195, 228-9

First World War, 151-3, 165, 189, 206, 209, 236, 246, 261

Fish, Art., 202-3

Fisher:
-, Ambrose (fl. 1620-37), 310, 312
-, Ambrose, s. of last, 310
-, Ambrose (d. by 1672, ? the same), 310
-, Anne, m. Rob. Low, 310
-, Marg., m. Rob. Freeman, 310
-, Mary, m. Wm. Green, 310
-, J. J., 247
-, John (d. 1535), bp. of Rochester, 253
-, John (fl. 1662), 306
-, Nic. (fl. 1664), 304, 306
-, Nic. (fl. c. 1700, another), 304
-, Rob., 200
-, Sarah, see Crathorne
-, W. H., 277
-, fam., 304 n, 312 n

fisherman, Godfrey the, see Godfrey

fishermen, fishing and fowling, 37, 44, 82, 105, 140, 217, 281, 294, 306, 313

fishmongers, 39

Fitzwilliam, Wm., Earl Fitzwilliam, 129

Flamborough, 58

Flanders, Flemings, 39-40, 171,

flax dressers, linen dressers, 40, 116

Fleschewer:
-, Nic., 47
-, Marg., 47

Fletcher:
-, Chris., 264
-, John, 201
-, Wm., 201

fletchers, 44-6, 82

flooding, 2, 36, 161, 167-8, 214-15, 217, 278, 292, 295, 302, 308, 312

Folcard, monk, 3

Foley, Thomson, 260-1

Folk, John, 51

food and drink trades, 114; and see bakers; butchers; cheesecake-makers; coffeeman; cooks; dinner-makers; inns; mustard makers; oatmeal; oatshillers; saucemakers; victuallers; vintners

fools, 62

football, 125, 229

Footit, Thos., 199

Forbes, Chas., 130

Ford:
-, Percy, 285
-, Ric., 285

Ford (Motors), 154

Foresters, Ancient Order of, 303

Forge, Wm., 94, 100, 202-3

Forster, Lancelot, 200
-, and see Foster

fortifications, 53, 71, 92, 178-80
-, bars, 25-6, 31, 33-4, 42, 53, 92, 98, 104, 178-80; and see Keldgate; Newbegin; North
-, town ditch, Bar dike, 2, 40, 42, 52-3, 171 n, 178-80, 211, 226

Foster:
-, Eliz., see Keld
-, G. H., 311
-, John, 261, 265, 268
-, Ric., 274
-, Wm., 243
-, and see Forster

Fotherby:
-, John (fl. 1597-1627), 201, 203
-, John (fl. 1631-42), 202-3
-, John (fl. 1660s, ? the same), 102
-, John (fl. 1671-90), 101, 202, 204, 228
-, Rob., 202-3

fowling, see fishermen

Fox:
-, G. L., 130, 143
-, Geo., 95, 243
-, Harriet, 310
-, Ric., 203, 205, 310
-, S. L., 143
-, Thwaites, 102, 110, 134, 202-3, 261, 263-5, 267-8, 269

France, 237
-, war with, 74, 129, 178
-, and see Agincourt; Bordeaux; Calais

franchises, see assize of bread and ale; escheats of felons; free warren; strays, waifs, wrecks

Francis, Edw., 75

Frankland:
-, Hannah, 255
-, Ric., 310
-, Wm., 310

Free Church Council, 245

free warren, 279, 284, 288

Freear, R. O., 274

Freeman:
-, Marg., see Fisher
-, Ralph, 201, 203
-, Rob., 310

freemasons, 112, 151, 249

French Revolutionary Wars, 131

friars, friary:
-, Dominican, 28, 42, 47, 49, 52, 60, 76-8, 87, 157, 160, 181, 184 n, 232, 255
-, Franciscan, 45, 49, 52-3, 60, 73, 76-8, 181-2, 240
-, Observant, 73
-, Trinitarian, 73

friendly societies, 134, 150-1, 303

Friends (Quakers), 95, 97, 119, 133, 146, 243-8, 260

Friends of the Liberty of the Press, 127

Friends of the People, 127

Frismarsh, Thos. of, 198

Frodingham, North, 291, 302

Frost:
-, Cath., see Kelk
-, Thos. (fl. 1347-54), 198
-, Thos. (fl. 1375, bro. of Wal.), 57
-, Thos. (fl. 1375, s. of Wal.), 57
-, Thos. (d. 1496), 58, 200
-, Wal. (fl. 1375), 57
-, Wal. (fl. 1448-58), 199
-, fam., 57, 287

Fryston, And., 200

fullers, walkers, 40-1, 44, 82
-, fullers' bridge, 41, 173
-, fulling mill, 106

furbishers, see armourers

furniture makers, see cabinet makers

furriers, 114, 116

Gainsborough (Lincs.), 57

Galland:
-, Rob., 274
-, Thos. (d. 1843), 274
-, Thos. S. (fl. 1849), 274

Galloway, Ric., 267

gallows, 11, 191, 282

Garbrey:
-, John, 83, 200
-, Mat., 85, 201
-, Ric., 85, 201, 203

Gardener:
-, John, 215
-, Rob., 215

gardening, market gardening, nurseries, 114, 117, 140, 274, 276, 280, 290, 294, 300, 306, 312-13

gardens (public), 229, 240

Gargrave, John, 199

Garnet, Rob., 200

Garth, Steph., 200

Gartham, Wm., 200

Garthwaite, John, 89, 253

Garton:
-, Elliner, 202, 204
-, Jonathan, 202, 204

gas supply, gasworks, 123, 138-9, 141-2, 147-8, 152, 155, 187, 224, 225, 228

gatelaw, see boro. govt., tolls

Gates, Steph., 200

gates, see fortifications, bars

Gaunt, John of, duke of Lancaster, 61

Gedney, Nic., 200

Gee:
-, Anne, 265
-, Rog., 202, 204
-, Thos., 288
-, Wm., later Sir Wm. (d. 1611), 68, 90, 103, 205, 288
-, Wm. (d. 1718), 100, 127
-, fam., 110, 288

Geldart, Chris., 245

Gelle, Wm., 10

Geoffrey, abp. of York, 15, 213

Geoffrey thelonearius , 25

George I, 197

George III, 253

Gerard, abp. of York, 16, 34, 50

Germany, 116, 135, 250; and see Hamburg; Prussia

Gervays:
-, Avice, m. John Willimot, 57
-, John, goldsmith, 198
-, John, vintner, 198
-, Thos., 11, 58, 198, 237

Gibson, John, 274

Giffard, Wal., abp. of York, 11, 13, 15, 25, 28, 35, 164

Gilby, Wm. R., 203, 205, 274, 312

Gildyn, John, 199

Gillian, anchoress, 61

Gladstone, W. E., 149

glaziers, 43, 45, 229

Glossop & Bulay, 157

Gloucestershire, see Bristol

Glover, E. A., 143-4

glovers, 38, 41, 46, 58, 66, 81-2, 116

glue and gelatine manufacture, 153

Glynn:
-, E. C., vicar of St. Mary's and rector of St. Nicholas's, 241
-, Geo. C., Ld. Wolverton, 241

Goakman, Steph., 202, 204

Godchep:
-, (? Godchamp), Wal., 182 n
-, fam., 173

Godfrey the fisherman, 281

Godric, John, 172

Goes, Hugh, 87

goldsmiths, 17, 43, 45, 49, 118

golf, 218

Goodricke:
-, Hen., 286, 293
-, Marg., see Taylor

Gordon, A. H., 143

Gorwood, John, 97

Gossop:
-, Rob., 201
-, Thos., 202
-, Wm., 201

Gould, Rawlins, 189

Gower, Edw., 57

Goxhill, Rob. of, 280

grammar school, see education

Grant, —, 233, 305

Gras, John le, 295

grave, head, 211; and see pennygraves

Graves, Jas., curate of minster, 133, 207, 250, 256-9, 262

Grayburn:
-, Anne, w. of Wm. (d. 1731), 265
-, Jas. (fl. 1700), 202, 287
-, Jas. (fl. 1740, ? another), 287-8
-, John (fl. 1450), 199
-, John (fl. 1869), 304
-, Marm., 287
-, Ric., 287
-, Wm. (d. 1731), 202, 204, 265
-, Wm. (fl. 1803), 287-8, 290
-, Wm. (d. 1866), and his w. Eliza, 304
-, fam., 172, 293

Great bridge, see High bridge

Greaves:
-, John, 202, 204, 261, 263, 288
-, Thos., 288
-, and see Greves

Green:
-, Geo., 80
-, John (d. by 1779), bp. of Lincoln, 133, 253, 255, 261-2, 264-5
-, John (fl. 1856-82), 143, 209
-, Mary, see Fisher
-, Thos., 201
-, Wm. (fl. 1407), 198
-, Wm. (fl. 1672), 310
-, Wm. (fl. 1882), 209

Green & Son Ltd., 147, 207, 209

Greenfield, Wm., abp. of York, 18, 299

Greenhope, Ric., 201

Greenwick (in Bishop Wilton), 85

Gresham:
-, Frances, see Thwaites
-, John, 279

Greves, Wm., 200
-, and see Greaves

Grey:
-, Edw. (fl. 1596-1631), 201, 203
-, Edw. (d. 1668), 94, 100, 102, 202-3
-, Edw. (fl. 1658-85), 98, 101-2, 202-4
-, Edw. (fl. 1664, ? one of above), 306
-, Rob. (d. 1557), 64, 83, 85, 182, 200
-, Rob. (fl. 1567-72), 201
-, Rob. (d. 1603, another), 201, 203
-, Tim., 96, 100, 202
-, Wal., abp. of York, 12-13
-, Wm., 201

Greystoke:
-, Ralph, Ld. Greystoke, 289
-, fam., 289

Grimsby (Lincs.), 160

Grimston:
-, Marm., 279
-, Thos. (d. 1572), 279
-, Thos., s. of last, 279
-, Wal., 281
-, Wm., 200
-, fam., 281

Grindal, Edm., abp. of York, 74

Grindale (in Bridlington), 57

grocers, 118, 121, 132

Grovehill (Groval, Grovel, Gruvale), 18, 36, 54, 125, 162, 172, 204, 211, 238, 241, 244, 252
-, bridge, 308-9
-, dike, 41, 54
-, ferry, 308-9
-, fire engine, 228
-, green, 9, 54, 172
-, ind., 41, 54, 106, 117-18, 140-1, 154, 157, 188, 246-7, 277
-, ind. estate, 159
-, mills, 82, 106, 115, 138, 246
-, prot. nonconf., 246-7
-, shipyard, 117, 139-41, 153, 158, 246-7
-, staith, 35, 37, 52, 54, 164-5
-, tolls, 114
-, woodland, 33

guild merchant, hanse, 19-20, 48

Guilden Morden (Cambs.), 122, 265-6

guildhall, town hall, hanse house, 19-20, 23, 27, 29, 32, 34, 48, 62, 66, 75, 87, 95, 97, 104, 111-12, 123-4, 184, 188, 189, 190, 192-5
-, Ct. of High Commission at, 79
-, fire engines in, 228
-, teaching in, 252
-, watchmen at, 227
-, worship in, 249

Guildhouse, Steph., 199

guilds:
-, craft guilds, trade companies, 10-11, 19-21, 24, 31, 37, 40, 42-9, 57, 60-1, 63-6, 69, 76, 79-80, 82-3, 87, 103, 105, 115-16, 190, 234, 239
-, plays, 42-9, 61, 76-7, 87
-, religious guilds, 47-9, 60; and see St. Mary's par., chap. or ch.; St. John's coll., ch.

Gunby, John, 202, 204

Gunnyswell, John, 199

gunsmith, 105, 118

Guy:
-, Alex., 201
-, Geo., 201
-, Rob., 200

Gymnastic Society, 151

haberdasher, 165

Habersham:
-, Edw., 116 n
-, fam., 116

Hackness (Yorks. N.R.), 89

Haddlesey, Thos., 199

Hadisse, Thos., 39

hairers, 42-3, 47

Haldene, Wm., 23

Haley, Hugh L., 275

Halifax (Yorks. W.R.), 144

Hall:
-, Ann, 261, 265
-, Francis, 209
-, H. W., 285-6
-, (later Wharton), John, see Wharton
-, John Smith (fl. 1790), 304
-, John (d. 1832, ? another), 203, 205
-, Mary, see Smith
-, Rob., 75
-, Sam., 203, 205
-, Wm. (fl. 1536-41), 200
-, Wm. (d. 1816), 202, 204, 265, 268
-, Wm. (d. c. 1820, ? another), 274
-, Mr., 310
-, fam., 304

Hall Garth, 14, 87, 191-2, 207, 210, 271
-, bridge, 14

Hall Watt:
-, A. D., 286-7
-, E. R. B., 274
-, fam., 286-7

Hallam, John, 71-3

Hallytreeholme:
-, Ric., 199
-, Rob., 200

Halsham, 78

Haltemprice:
-, urban district, 151, 160
-, parliamentary constituency, 151

Halton Holegate (Lincs.), 263

Hamburg (Germany), 138-9

Hamling, Thos., & Co. Ltd., 286, 293

Hampshire, see Winchester

Hansby:
-, Gillian, m. Sir John Yorke, 284
-, Ralph, 78, 182, 284
-, fam., 284 n

hanse, see guild merchant

hanse house, see guildhall

Harding, Wm., 48, 199

hardwaremen, 82, 114

Hardy:
-, Thos. (fl. 1490), 200
-, Thos. (fl. 1548-72), 201

Hargreaves Fertilisers, 300

Hargrove, Alf. C., 275

Harker, Wm., 261

Harland & Tuke, 118

Harold:
-, Thos., 198
-, fam., 172

Harper, John (later John de Stansfield), 57

harpers, 57

Harpham:
-, John, 198
-, Pet., 68, 85, 201, 203

Harrison:
-, Broadley, 304
-, Jas., 235
-, John (fl. 1502), 205
-, John (fl. 1558-74), 68, 205
-, Mic., 205
-, Rob., 201
-, fam., 66

Harrison-Broadley:
-, H. B., 304
-, J. B., 274, 304
-, John, 304
-, W. H., 304
-, fam., 274

Harsnett, Sam., abp. of York, 90

Harthill wapentake:
-, Bainton Beacon division, 113
-, Hunsley Beacon division, 113, 261
-, North Hunsley division, 194

Harwood, Ric., 205

Hassell, Thos., 202

Hastings:
-, Lady Eliz., 253, 265
-, Geo., Ld. Hastings, 284
-, Hen., earl of Huntingdon, 74, 79
-, Sir Ralph, 284
-, fam., 284

hatters, 82, 116, 121

Haversham (Bucks.), rector of, see Donington

Hawden, John, 198

Hawe, Wm., 140, 189-90, 240, 257-8, 306-8

Hawe & Foley, 192, 247, 257, 291

hawkers, 115

Hawksmoor, Nic., 234

Haydor (Lincs.), 127

Hayton, see Bielby

Health, General Board of, 142, 226

Hebburne, Rob., 310

Hebden:
-, Eliz., m. Sir Thos. Dymoke, 279
-, Sir Nic., 279
-, Ric. of, 280
-, (formerly York), Wm. of, see York
-, fam., 279

Hebden (Yorks. W.R.), 279

Hedon, 57, 68 n, 76 n, 95

Hemingbrough, 79

hemp, 40

Henry I, 7, 17, 19, 35

Henry II, 39

Henry IV, 8, 12, 179

Henry V, 8, 34

Henry VI, 8, 34, 58, 179, 239 n

Henry, prince of Wales, later Henry VIII, 63, 73

Herd, Thos., 27

Herdson, Hen., 181

Herington, Rowland, 201

hermits, see anchoresses

Herries, Ld., see Constable-Maxwell

Herring, Thos., abp. of York, 118-19

Heseham, Wm., 199

Heslerton:
-, Joan, see Woodhall
-, Sir Sim. of, 284

Heslerton, West (in Heslerton), 57

Hessle, 8, 95, 151, 154, 166-8, 225, 271

Hesslewood, Wm., 200

Hetty, Miss, 275

Hewitt:
-, John, 205
-, Marm., 203-5
-, Wm., 199

Hicks, Sir Baptist, Vct. Campden, 288

High (Great) bridge, 42, 62, 164-5, 172

Hildyard:
-, Agnes, see Crayke
-, Sir Chris. (d. 1602), 74
-, Sir Chris. (d. 1634), 91
-, Rob. (d. by 1498), 58
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1685), 109
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1781), 128
-, fam., 110

Hill, Rob., ? prior of Dominican friary, 78

Hind:
-, John H., 210
-, Jos., 144-7, 210, 255

Hoare, Dan., 293

Hobart, Sir Hen., 90

Hobson:
-, J. H., 229
-, Ric., 200
-, Sarah, 265

Hoby, fam., 89

Hodgeness, Hen., 201

Hodgson:
-, Ric. (d. 1911), 138, 147, 150, 189
-, Ric., s. of last, 283
-, Wm., 116, 118, 138
-, fam., 153, 157-9, 283

Hogg:
-, J. W., 131, 143
-, Ric., 201

Hoggard:
-, John, 202, 204, 229, 311-12
-, Thos. P., 202, 204

Holderness, 17, 57-8, 113, 123, 185
-, communications, 8, 54, 166-9, 225, 291-2, 302
-, drainage, 167-8
-, ld. of, 279
-, revolts, 71-2, 169
-, wapentake, 161, 278

Holderness Drainage Board, 279-80, 302, 308

Holderness Hunt, 206

Holgill:
-, Edm., 284
-, John, 284
-, Wm., 284

Holland, 80, 116-17, 165, 185, 300 war with, 97

Hollym, Wm., 198

Holme:
-, Brian, 13
-, Denise, w. of John (d. c. 1465), 48
-, Hen., 58, 62
-, Joan, see Ask
-, John (fl. 1405-20), 198
-, John (d. c. 1465), 48, 58-9
-, Ric. of, 198
-, Rob. of, 310
-, Wm., 198
-, fam., 60, 240

Holme church, see St. Nicholas's par.

Holmpton, 269

Holmes:
-, C. D., & Co., 158
-, Rob., 201
-, Thos., 202, 204

Holtby, John, 13

Holy Trinity (Aike's, Cross bridge) hospital or maison dieu, 24, 32, 70, 78, 183, 192, 268
-, chant., 78, 183

Holy Trinity preceptory, 77 n, 182

homes and institutions, 231, 307

Hopwood, Ric., 117

Horn:
-, John, 200
-, Wm., 200

Hornby, John, 132

Horncliffe, John, 72, 201

Hornsea:
-, Giles of, 59
-, Ric., 199

Hornsea, 57, 122

Horse (Low) Green, 214

horse mills, 81, 193

horses, 115, 213, 215, 217, 222-3, 232, 281, 285, 294, 306; and see races

Horsfield:
-, Mann, 280
-, Sarah, 280

hospital services, 230-1

hospitals, see almshouses

hotels, see inns

Hotham:
-, C. F., 197
-, Sir Chas. (d. 1723), 126-7, 186, 205, 214, 218-19
-, Sir Chas. (d. 1738), 127-8
-, Sir Chas. (d. 1767), 214
-, (later Thompson), Sir Chas. (d. 1794), 128-9
-, John of (fl. 1352), 182
-, John (fl. 1591-6), 201
-, John (d. 1645), s. of Sir John (d. 1645), 92
-, Sir John (d. 1645), 91-3
-, Sir John (d. 1689), 95, 98-100
-, Sir John (d. 1691), 99-100
-, Ralph, 58
-, fam., 94, 100, 117, 120, 126-7, 186, 243

Hotham Hall, see Cave, North

Hougham, Rob., 198

Houghton Hall (in Sancton), 130

housing, housing estates, 148, 152, 155-7, 156, 160, 188-9, 272, 281, 283, 292, 297, 303, 309

Howard:
-, Chas., earl of Carlisle, 289
-, Sir Geo., 236, 295
-, —, 263
-, fam., 289

Howden, 167

Howdenshire, 57, 71

Howell, John, 30

Howson, Edm., 202, 204

Hudson:
-, Chris., 200
-, Ernest, 304
-, Geo., 137
-, J. A., 283
-, Thos., 100, 202-3

Hull, Thos., 203, 205, 230

Hull, Kingston upon, 136, 156, 160, 184, 209, 264
-, architects, 189, 194, 206, 221, 230, 236, 241-2, 247, 249, 254, 257, 259-60, 283
-, bank, 118
-, bridge, 80, 165, 291, 302
-, capt. of, see Long
-, communications, 8, 113, 137, 154, 166-9, 173, 271, 283, 295-7
-, commuting, 151, 159
-, convents, 242
-, corporation, 224, 230, 297, 300
-, disease, 107, 142
-, disputes with, 80, 103, 164-5
-, fair, 223
-, fortifications, 91, 178 n
-, governor of, see Hotham, Sir John (d. 1689); Overton, Rob.; Stanhope, Mic.
-, ind., 42, 137-8, 140, 153-4, 158-9, 277
-, inhabitants, 57-8, 87, 107, 118, 131, 142, 158, 189, 249, 264, 280, 283, 294, 298, 301
-, lieutenant of, see Stanhope, Mic.
-, Ld. President at, 74
-, military affairs, 70-3, 91-3, 95, 97, 292
-, parl. representation, 75, 130
-, poor-law union, 136
-, pop., 136-7
-, port, trade, 1, 34, 36, 39, 80, 137-9, 165
-, prison, 191
-, prot. nonconf., 242-7
-, public services, 152, 224, 230
-, registry of deeds, see Yorks. E.R.
-, relig. affairs, 95
-, sch., 253, 258
-, suburbs, 151, 159
-, theatre, 132
-, trade, see port

Hull, river, 1-2, 35-6, 41, 52, 81, 88, 113, 138-40, 177, 204, 211, 225, 278-9, 281, 284, 297, 308-9, 312
-, bridges, 128, 168; and see Hull bridge; Hull, Kingston upon
-, drainage, 215, 278-9, 282, 291, 302, 308
-, fishing, 281, 294, 306, 313
-, navigation, trade, 15, 35-6, 54, 69, 80, 106, 113, 137, 164-5, 279, 294
-, and see flooding

Hull and East Yorkshire River Board, 217, 296

Hull and Selby Co., railway line, 137, 139, 169

Hull Bank (in Cottingham), 298
-, Hull Bank Ho., 129

Hull Bridge, hamlet (in Storkhill and Sandholme), 17, 72, 291, 293-5, 302 n
-, officers, 295
-, pop., 292 n, 303 n

Hull Bridge, hamlet (in Tickton), 164, 271, 278, 285, 291-2, 302, 306, 308
-, dom. archit., 303
-, ind., 140, 153, 157, 303, 306
-, inn, 303, 306
-, mill, 303, 306
-, pop., 292, 303
-, prot. nonconf., 307

Hull Bridge (over riv. Hull from Storkhill to Tickton), 8, 37, 103, 114, 123, 161, 165-8, 169, 173, 285, 291-2, 294, 302-3
-, chant., chap., 10, 167, 169, 231, 295, 305, 307 n

Hull Co-operative Society Ltd., 310

Humber, river, 1, 8, 35, 106, 140, 164, 166, 226, 279
-, bridge, 154, 168
-, ferry, 166

Humbercolt, John, 292

Humberside, 1, 159-60, 164; and see Beverley Boro. district counc.
-, county counc., 160, 194, 229, 231, 247, 259, 273
-, county hall, see Yorkshire, E.R.

Humbleton:
-, Alan of, 40
-, John, 198
-, Rob. of, 198

Hundesworth, Wm., 199

Hunsley, G. W., 293

Hunsley (in Rowley), 71

Hunsley Beacon, see Harthill

Hunt, John, 253

Hunter:
-, H. W., 260
-, Mary, 261, 265
-, Wm., 200

hunting, 62, 112-13, 144, 275

Huntingdon, earl of, see Hastings,
-, Hen.

Hurn, see Westwood

husbandmen, see farmers

Hutchinson, Thos., 243

Hutton, Mat., abp. of York, 68

I'Anson:
-, Geo., 305
-, R. M., 305

inclosure, 53, 112-13, 213, 265, 274; and see Eske; Molescroft; Storkhill; Thearne; Tickton; Weel; Woodmansey

Independents, 96, 119, 133, 205, 244-7, 250, 264, 267; and see Presbyterians

Inderauuda , monastery of, 2-3

India, see Bombay

industry and trade, 1, 3, 10, 12, 14-15, 24, 27, 31, 34-42, 56-8, 80-2, 105-7, 112-18, 121, 131, 135, 137-41, 153-4, 157-9, 181, 243-4; and see agricultural machinery manufacture; agricultural produce, processing of; bankers; caravan manufacture; chemicals manufacture; cloth making; communications; fairs; fertiliser manufacture; glue and gelatine manufacture; limeburning; markets; plastics manufacture; seed-crushing; shock absorber manufacture; whiting manufacture; see also under Beverley beck: Beverley Parks; Hull, Kingston upon; Hull, riv.; Hull Bridge (in Tickton); Tickton; Woodmansey

Ingleberd:
-, Phil., rector of Keyingham, 286-7, 290
-, Rob. (fl. before 1275), 57
-, Rob. (fl. after 1325), 287
-, Rog. (fl. 1316), 286
-, Rog. (fl. 1325, another), 286-7, 290

Ingleton, Rob., 201, 203

Ingoldby, Jas., 277

inns, alehouses, beerhouses, hotels, 87, 93, 108, 110-15, 121, 125-6, 131, 149-50, 160, 195, 206, 211, 223, 303
-, by name, 110-11, 160, 168, 171, 173, 177, 184-7, 221-2
-, and see Beverley Parks; Molescroft; Storkhill; Tickton; Weel; Woodmansey

Ireland, 116, 149, 244

ironworking, ironworks, 1, 118, 137-40, 140, 244

isolation hospital, 230, 272

Ithum, Wm., 198

Iveson, Francis, 203

Iwardeby, Wm., 199

Jackson:
-, Alex., 62
-, Ant. (d. 1607), 279
-, Ant. (fl. 1610-25), 280
-, Bryan B., 298
-, Harold R., 298
-, John (fl. 1554-7), 201
-, John (d. 1714), 103, 197, 205, 261-2
-, John (d. 1813), curate of minster, 232
-, John (fl. 1834), 203
-, Ric. (fl. 1562-9), 201
-, Ric. (d. 1610, ? another), 279-81
-, Rob. (fl. 1437), draper, 19
-, Rob. (fl. 1450), cartwright, 32
-, Rob. (fl. 1438-69, ? one of above), 199
-, Thos., 200

Jacobs, B. S., 194, 259

Jamaica, 264

James II, 97, 99, 101

James, Ric., 199

Jarratt:
-, Ann, 267
-, Hen., 202, 219

Jeffreys, Geo., judge, 99, 101

Jehovah's Witnesses, 246-8

Jenkinson, Chris., 205

jerkin makers, 82

Jewison:
-, Geo., 274
-, John, 274

Joan, anchoress, 61

John, King, 15, 17

John of York (St. John of Beverley), abp. of York, 2-3, 5, 7-12, 16, 18-19, 34, 45, 48-50, 61, 76, 96, 196, 233-4, 242

Johnson:
-, Adam, 201
-, Edw., 200
-, Ellen, w. of Rob., 59-60, 62
-, John (fl. 1489-1503), 200
-, John (fl. 1564-80), 201, 203
-, John (d. 1608, ? another), 202
-, John (fl. 1609), 289
-, John (d. 1657, ? another), 94, 202-3
-, John (d. 1741), 202, 204
-, Rob., 59, 199
-, Thos. (Brother Bonaventure) (fl. 1536), 73
-, Thos. (d. 1683), 202-4
-, Thos. (d. 1696), 202, 204
-, Thos. (d. by 1727), 116 n
-, Wm. (fl. 1456), 199
-, Wm. (d. 1593), 201
-, Wm. (d. 1646), 202, 203
-, Wm. (d. 1657), 202, 203
-, Wm. (fl. 17th cent., one of above), 102
-, Wm. (fl. 1653, ? another), 295

Johnston:
-, John (fl. 1757-73, ? more than one of this name), 202, 214, 285
-, Sam., 202

joiners, 44

Joliff:
-, Rob., 198
-, Thos. (fl. 1347), 198
-, Thos. (fl. 1379-1420, ? another), 198

Jones, Mr., 207

Jordan:
-, Jas., 287
-, John, 25-6, 198, 205

Judge, Chas., 277

Judson, Ric., 205

justices of the peace, see boro. govt.; Yorkshire, E.R.

Keddy:
-, Mary, see Simpson
-, Thos., 274

Keighley (Yorks. W.R.), 263

Keld:
-, Chris., 202, 204-5, 304, 306, 311
-, Eliz., w. of Chris., 304, 306
-, Eliz., m. — Foster, 305, 311
-, Jane, m. Pet. Coates, 304-5
-, fam., 214, 304

Keldgate (South) bar, 28, 31, 53, 168, 175 n, 178-80

Keldgate leys, 85, 173, 211, 213

Kelk:
-, Cath., m. Thos. Frost, 57
-, John, 59-60, 182
-, Rog., 199
-, Thos., 25, 32, 54, 182, 237
-, Wm., 57-8
-, fam., 237

Kelk monthly meeting, 245

Kell, Thos., 310

Kelstern, Wm. of, 198

Kemp:
-, John (d. 1454), abp. of York, 28, 34
-, John (fl. 1859), 209

Keningham, Ellen, 261-2, 268

Kennard, E. H., 144

Kent, 186

Keregan, Thos., 207

Kexby (in Catton), 168

Keyingham, rector of, see Ingleberd, Phil.

Kilham, 57, 215

Killingwoldgraves, see Bishop Burton

Kingscote, Chas., 219

Kingston upon Hull, see Hull

Kingston Steam Trawler Co., 158

Kiplingcotes (in Middleton on the Wolds), races, 111

Kirkby:
-, Chris., 280
-, John, 200
-, Mark (d. c. 1718), 280
-, Mark (d. 1748), 280, 286
-, Ric., 280
-, Rob., 62
-, Wm., 199

Kirkwood, W. C., 305

Kitchen:
-, Rog., 71
-, —, 66
-, fam., 173

Knaggs, Ralph, 201

Knaresborough friary (Yorks. W.R.), 73

Knight, Hen., 228

Knights Hospitallers, Holy Trinity preceptory, 76-8, 182, 289

Knowsley, Geo., 273, 275, 298