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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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Labour government, 158

labourers, 46, 49, 75, 81, 106, 114-15, 128

Lacy:
-, Thos., 90
-, Wm. (d. 1582), 79
-, (Lacie), Wm. (fl. 1670), 253, 262, 265
-, fam., 79

Ladychapman, Thos., 198

Lakeminster Park, see Beverley Parks

Lambcroft, Mic., 219

Lambert:
-, Benj., 202, 204
-, Jos., 96, 110, 253

Lambeth (Surr.), see Coade

Lancashire, see Bolton; Liverpool

Lancaster, Mary, 230

Lancaster, duke of, see Gaunt

Lancey, Oliver de, 135

land agents, 188

Langdale:
-, Anne, w. of Pet., 285
-, Apollonia, m. Hugh Clifford, Ld. Clifford, 285
-, Chas., 126, 130-1, 242
-, Eliz., m. Rob. Butler, 285
-, Marm. (d. 1611), 310
-, Marm., later Sir Marm. and Ld. Langdale (d. 1661), 285, 288
-, Marm., Ld. Langdale (d. 1703), 285
-, Marm., Ld. Langdale (d. 1778), 285, 288, 290
-, Mary, m. Chas. Stourton, Ld. Stourton, 285
-, Pet., 285, 288
-, Wm., 310
-, fam., 285-6, 288

Langtoft, 57

Langton, Ralph, 58

Latter Day Saints, 246, 248

Laundes:
-, Rog., 200
-, Thos., 201
-, fam., 173

Laute, Thos., 198

Law, Hen., 135

Lawley, F. C., 143-4

lawyers, attornies, 10, 28-30, 57, 67-9, 76, 90-1, 102-3, 109, 118, 120-1, 125, 186

Laxton, Ric., 200

Layton, Thos., 76 n

Leadam, Rob., 202

Leake:
-, Thos., 261, 263
-, Wm., 202, 204

leather-workers (dressers), leatherworking, 81, 116, 137; and see curriers; glovers; saddlers; shoemakers; skinners; tanners; tawyers

Leconfield:
-, Hugh of, 198
-, Rob. of, 198
-, Steph., 198

Leconfield, 8, 28, 62-3, 70, 281-2, 290; and see Arram

Lee, Edw., abp. of York, 63-4, 71-2, 191, 210, 215, 218-19

Leeds:
-, Inglebert, 287
-, Rob. (fl. c. 1400), 287
-, Rob. (fl. 1448, ? another), 287
-, Rob. (d. c. 1676), 287
-, Thos., 287
-, Wm. (fl. 1399-1408), 198
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1440, ? another), 287
-, fam., 287

Leeds (Yorks. W.R.), 105, 130, 242, 252

Leek, Sir John of, and his w. Isabel, 280, 310

Legard:
-, Hen., 194, 262-5, 284
-, Jane, 265
-, Sir Thos. Digby, 284
-, Wm., 202-3

Leicester, earl of, see Dudley, Rob.

Leicestershire, see Loughborough

Leighton:
-, Jas., later Sir Jas., 298
-, F. S., 298

Leland, John, 8, 14, 56, 80, 83, 88, 179, 181, 183, 196, 282

leper houses, 32-3, 183

Lepton, Ingelram, 13

Lerefax:
-, Rob., 200
-, Wm., 200, 239

Lester, Thos., 235

Leven, see Baswick; White Cross

Levet:
-, John, 79
-, Ric., 79

Lewins (Lewyns):
-, Eleanor, m. Chas. Salkeld, 280
-, Frances, m. Dan. Devoy, 280
-, Lewis, 280
-, Mary, m. E. G. Boldero, 280
-, Thos., 280
-, Wm., 280

Lewthwaite, Thos., curate of minster, 233

Lewyns, see Lewins

Liberals, 130-1, 138, 141, 143-6, 149, 209, 255

liberty (liberties) of Beverley, 1, 7-15, 17-18, 26, 30, 34, 75, 82, 108, 111, 120, 124, 143, 161-2, 164-8, 176, 231, 250, 271, 278, 290; and see outlying townships; 'water towns'

libraries, 113, 118, 134, 151, 207-8, 229, 247

Lickbarrow, Pet., 202-3

Liddell, —, 263

Lightfoot, John, 200

Lightoler, Tim., 186-7

lights, 43, 46; and see St. John's coll.; St. Mary's par., chap. or ch.; St. Nicholas's par., ch.

Likston, Wm., 182

Lillywhite, fam., 289

Limeburner, Marg., 41

limeburning, 16; and see Westwood

Lincoln, Wm., 199

Lincoln, 57, 103
-, bp. of, see Green, John

Lincolnshire, 3, 9, 57, 71, 77, 106, 109, 144, 267, 270; and see Barton upon Humber; Brocklesby; Coates, Little; Dalby; Gainsborough; Grimsby; Halton Holegate; Haydor; Lincoln; Lindsey; Louth; Somercotes; Spalding

Lindlow, John, 198

Lindsey (Lincs.), 57

linen dressers, see flax dressers

linen manufacturers, 41, 116

Ling, Ric., 199

Lissett, Ric. of, 198

Literary and Scientific Society, 208

literary clubs and institutes, 134, 208

Litster, Guy, 199

litsters, see dyers

Little bridge, see Low bridge

Liverpool (Lancs.), 138

Loante, Thos., 198

Local Government Board, 147

Lockington:
-, Ric., 198
-, Wm., 198

Lockington, see Aike

local education authorities, see boro. govt.; Yorkshire, E.R., county council

Lockwood:
-, H. F., 206, 236
-, John (fl. 1793), 285
-, John (d. 1827, ? the same), 203, 205, 273-4, 293, 299, 305, 312

Londesborough, 186

London:
-, Beverley men in, 67-8, 73, 116
-, Fleet prison, 130
-, Great Fire, 111
-, houses and land, 62, 109, 187
-, inhabitants, 76-7, 80-1, 129, 186, 235, 250
-, legal proceedings in, 70, 80, 161
-, Liberal headquarters, 144
-, Savoy hosp., 284
-, Smithfield, 276
-, silver of, 197
-, swans from, 88
-, trade with, 80, 117, 166
-, traders from at Cross fair, 81, 104, 106, 113, 222

Long, Sir Ric., 73

Lord Chancellor, 236-7

lordships, see manors

Lorenz, T. R., 311

Lorimer:
-, John (fl. 1416), 199
-, John (fl. 1460-9), 199
-, Wm. (fl. 1430-70, ? two of this name), 21, 199

Los:
-, Cornelis, 274, 300
-, Hendrik, 274
-, Marinus, 274

Loughborough (Leics.), 235, 240

Louth, Ric. of, 198

Louth (Lincs.), 71

Loversall:
-, Hugh, 200
-, John, 200
-, Thos., 199

Low:
-, Anne, see Fisher
-, Rob., 310

Low (Little, Person) bridge, 164-5, 174

Low Countries, 39

Low Green, see Horse Green

Lowe, Nic., 80

Lumbard:
-, Pet., 198
-, Thos., 58
-, Wm., 198
-, fam., 174

Lund, Thos. of, 198

Lund, Little Lund, 168, 213-14, 232

Lundy, Tim., 202, 204-5

Lying-in charity, 265-7

Lyly, John, 61

Lyndelow, Thos., 199

Mac Conkey, Wm., 244

Machell, Chris., 135

Mackley, John, 202, 204

McLean, Archibald, 243

madder, 40

maisons dieu, see almshouses

Maister, Hen. W., 203

Malam, John, 224

Malton (Yorks. N.R.), 106, 118, 154, 166, 168, 282
-, priory, 39

maltsters, malting, 102, 106, 114-15, 121, 140, 153, 157, 306

Manby:
-, Rob. (fl. 1414), 198
-, Rob. (fl. 1623-44), 94, 100, 102, 202-3
-, Thos. (fl. 1377), 198
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1398, ? the same), 59

Manfield, Rob., provost of St. John's coll., 19

Mann, Tom, 138

Manners:
-, Hen., earl of Rutland, 74 n
-, John, 200
-, Thos., earl of Rutland, 182, 289

manors, lordships:
-, Beverley, 73-6, 78, 81, 88, 91, 103, 161, 191, 210, 218-19, 272, 279, 287, 292, 297-9, 303, 305-6, 310, 312-13
-, man. ho., 14, 191, 271
-, Beverley Chapter, 211, 286-8, 290, 292, 294-5, 304-5, 307
-, Beverley Water Towns, 103, 161, 191, 210-11, 271, 273, 277, 292-6, 298-300, 303, 306-8, 310, 312-13; and see prisons
-, and see Eske; Molescroft; Storkhill

manorial officers, see affeerors; bailiffs; bylawmen; grave, head; pennygraves; pinder

Mansfield, John, 75

Mappleton, 243

Marble Arch cinema, 207

Marchant, Tom, 285

Marginson:
-, D. W., 286
-, P., 286
-, R., (Farmers) Ltd., 286

markets, market places, 27, 36, 44, 80-2, 103, 106, 113, 122 n, 123-4, 170, 172, 177, 179, 218-23, 219
-, mkt. places, 14, 16, 34, 37-9, 41, 50-1, 133, 155, 191
-, mkt. boat(s), 104, 111, 165
-, mkt. crosses, 27, 113, 123, 127, 195, 219, 221
-, and see boro. govt., clerk of mkt., mkt. cleanser, mkt. keeper, toll collector, and tolls

market gardening, see gardening

Marshall:
-, John, 261-2
-, Sam., 306
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1880), chemist, 146-7
-, Thos. (fl. 1883), architect, 189
-, Wm. (fl. 1831), industrialist, 130
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1877), architect, 189

Marshland (Yorks. W.R.), 71

Mary I, 78

Mason, Rog., 202, 204

masons, 17, 43, 45, 49, 60

Masonic Hall, 194

Matfrey, And., 25, 177 n

Mather, John, 244

Maulton, Ric., 243

Maxey, Wm., 201, 203

Maxwell (Constable-Maxwell), Marm., 144, 149

Maylard:
-, Guy, 200
-, Wm., 198

Mayne:
-, Chris., 201
-, Thos., 199
-, Wm., 199

Mayre, John, 198

Mears, G., & Co., 235

Meaux:
-, Pet. of (fl. mid 13th cent.), 279-80
-, Pet. of (fl. 1442), 279

Meaux (in Wawne), 91, 307-8
-, abbey, 11, 37, 41, 50, 288

Mechanics' Institute, see Beverley and E.R. Mechanics' Inst.

Melbourne, Wm., 198, 239

Melrose Tanners, 159

Melton:
-, John, 198
-, Ric., 200
-, Rob., 205
-, Wm., abp. of York, 11, 16, 20, 29

Memorial Hall, 207, 208-9, 236

Menille, Hen. of, 12

mercers, 38, 44-6, 48, 51, 76, 80-2, 102, 115, 118, 121, 133

merchants, 24, 31, 35, 38-40, 48, 57-9, 66, 80-2, 85, 113-14, 130-1, 135, 173, 190, 239, 277, 280, 283, 294, 298, 304, 306

metal workers, metal-working, 47, 81, 114; and see armourers; bellmakers; blacksmiths; brasiers; coppersmith; cutlers; engineers; farrier; goldsmiths; gunsmith; ironworking; millwrights; pewterers; pinners; plumbers; silversmith; smiths; 'swordslipers'; watchmakers; whitesmiths

Metcalfe:
-, Prudence, 265
-, Rob., 104, 110, 232, 253, 261-2, 265
-, Thos., 201

Metham, Sir Thos., 91

Methodists, 150, 243, 246, 248-50, 301
-, Association, 244, 249-50
-, Church, 133, 236, 244, 248, 301
-, Independent, 244
-, Irish Church, 133, 244, 247, 249
-, New Connexion, 244, 248
-, Primitive, 133, 149-50, 156, 243-6, 248-9, 301, 313
-, Reform, 244, 249
-, United, 246-7, 249
-, United Meth. Free Ch., 249
-, Wesleyan, 133, 149, 195 n, 205, 244-6, 248-9, 291, 301, 307, 313
-, sch., 246, 251-2, 256, 260-1, 268

Middlesborough (Yorks. N.R.), 242

Middlesex, 109, 157

Middleton:
-, Edw., 200
-, John (d. 1475), 48, 58, 199
-, John (fl. late 18th cent.), 187
-, Ric., 22-3, 198
-, Wal., 198
-, Wm., 117, 187, 190, 202, 204-5, 221
-, fam., 58,

Middleton on the Wolds, see Kiplingcotes

Midgley:
-, Jonathan (d. 1746), 202, 204
-, Jonathan (d. 1778), 120, 186-7, 202, 204

Mighell, Wm., 198

Mihill, Jas., 205

Mile cross, 8, 11, 167, 275

military affairs, 34, 52, 55, 71, 74-5, 91-5, 178, 240
-, attacks on town, 70, 178-80
-, camps, gatherings, manoeuvres, 206, 217
-, militia, 96-7, 112, 125, 195
-, raising and payment of soldiers, musters, 34, 55, 70, 73-5, 85, 93, 104, 107, 110
-, watch, 24, 92, 97, 179-80
-, and see barracks; Hull, Kingston upon, capt. of, fortifications, governor of, lieutenant of, and military affairs; wars; Yorkshire, Ld. Lieutenant and military affairs; Yorkshire, E.R., ld. and dep. lieutenants and militia

Mill beck, 50

Mill Dam drain, 53, 115, 226, 271

millers, mills, milling, 1, 31, 37, 45, 50, 81, 85, 106, 113-15, 122, 138, 194, 204, 246, 277, 300; and see fulling mill; horse mills; seed crushing; water mills; windmills

milliners, 105, 137

Mills Cut, 165
-, bridge, 174

millwrights, engine and machine workers, 137

Milner:
-, Thos. (fl. 1657-62), 100, 202
-, Thos. (fl. 1688), 97, 101, 202

Minskip, Thos., 199

minster, see St. John and St. Martin's par.; St. John's coll.
-, minster parish, so called before the suppression, 162; and see St. John's coll., ch. as par. ch.

Minster Choral Society, 150

Minster Old and New Funds, see St. John and St. Martin's par., ch. of St. John the Evangelist, finances

minstrels, 57, 61, 79, 82, 234, 239

mint distillers or distilling, mint growing, 117

Mitchell, Thos., curate of minster, 77-8

moated sites, 124, 182-3, 284-7

Molescroft (in St. John's par.), 8-9, 53, 156, 161-2, 164, 178, 191, 227, 271, 281-91, 282, 293
-, agric., 282, 289-90
-, burial ground for, 235, 291
-, chant., 287, 290
-, chap., 10, 231, 290-1
-, common lands, 213, 282, 289-90
-, drainage, 282-3
-, hermitage, 290
-, inc., 281-90
-, inn, 284
-, man., 284-9
-, mills, 282, 290
-, mission room, 291
-, officers, 290
-, par. counc., 235, 284, 290-1
-, Pighill man. ho., 282, 284-5
-, poor relief, 290
-, pop., 284
-, prot. nonconf., 291
-, roads, 168, 170, 175, 282-3, 290
-, sanctuary crosses, 8-9, 282
-, sch., 257-9, 263, 284, 291, 301, 307
-, tithes, 95, 232, 284-5, 288, 290
-, Woodhall man. ho., 282, 284-5, 287 n
-, woodland, 289

Monck, Geo., 95

Monson, Eliz., 266

Moor, Hassell, 202, 204

Moore:
-, Frank, 298
-, Hen. G., 298
-, Leon., 310
-, Reg., 310
-, Ric., 288

Morethwaite:
-, John, 199
-, Wm., 13-14, 199

Morgan, Rob., 289

Morley & Woodhouse, 249

Morrice, Francis, 219, 241, 290, 293, 299, 305, 311

Morris (Motors), 154

Morritt, J. B. S., 129

Morsell, Wm., 200

motor vehicle and furniture components manufacture, 154, 277

Mount Grace priory (Yorks. N.R.), 293

Mountain, Chas., 190

Mountford, Thos., 288

Moyser:
-, Diana, m. Wm. Strickland, 188 n
-, Jas. (fl. 1672-88), 101, 109, 184, 186, 205
-, Jas. (d. 1753), 186, 188 n, 269
-, John, 122, 127, 186, 197, 238, 255, 260
-, fam., 120

Moyses, Rog., 200

Mullett, Ric., 200

Munby, John, 118, 207

Muncaster, Wm., 202, 204

Municipal Charities, 261

municipal offices, 152, 190-1, 192, 208, 228-9

Murton (in Osbaldwick), 269

Museum of Army Transport, 159, 208

museums, 208, 238-40

Musgrave:
-, Sam., 221
-, Sim., 65

music, musicians, 62, 110, 113, 118, 125-6, 131-2, 234, 239; and see boro. govt., waits; minstrels

musical instrument manufacture, 154

Musical Society, 151

mustard makers, 42

Mutual Improvement Society, 208

Myers:
-, John, 203, 205
-, Rachel, 240, 261, 266

Myres, Hen., 261-2

Nafferton, 138 n

nail sellers, 69

Napoleonic Wars, 116-17, 131

Nassau, Wm., 273, 275

National Fire Service, 228

National Health Service, 230-1

National Society, 250, 257-8, 301, 307; and see Beverley District Board; East Riding District Society

National Telephone Co., 230

Natural History Society, 150

Naylor:
-, Ernest, 311
-, Harold, 311
-, Joshua, 101, 202
-, Rob., 311

Neat bridge, 174

Neile, Ric., abp. of York, 90

Nelson:
-, Ann, 261-2, 264, 266
-, Chris., 202, 204
-, Marm. (fl. 1700), 202
-, Marm. (d. 1714, ? the same), 202, 204
-, Marm. (d. 1776), 202, 204
-, Wm. (fl. 1662-85), 202, 204
-, Wm. (fl. 1719-30), 205
-, Wm., jr. (fl. 1753), 205
-, Wm. (d. by 1770, ? another), 202, 204

Nelthorpe:
-, Edw., 102, 202-3
-, Jas. (fl. 1640-54), 94, 202-3
-, Jas. (d. by 1701), 250, 261, 263, 266
-, John, 94

Nesse, Chris., 95, 253

Netherlands, 74

Neville:
-, Alex., abp. of York, 16, 19, 23, 213-14, 217, 300
-, Edith, w. of Ralph (d. 1498), m. 2 Sir Thos. Darcy, 292
-, Geo., abp. of York, 24, 57
-, John, Ld. Neville, 34
-, Ralph, earl of Westmorland (d. 1484), 34
-, Ralph (d. 1498), 292
-, Ralph, earl of Westmorland (d. 1499), 292
-, fam., 57

New dike, 36, 211

New Friendly Society, 134

New Walk, 120, 132, 141, 175

New York (U.S.A.), 135

Newark, Hen., 10, 22

Newbald, Wm., 200

Newbald, 233, 238

Newbegin (West) bar, 37, 53, 178-80

Newcastle, earl of, see Cavendish

Newcastle (Northumb.), 132

Newcombe:
-, Adam, 200
-, John, 200-1
-, Wm., 94, 202-3

Newdyke:
-, (? 'Dendake', Endyke), Ric. (fl. 1535), 72
-, Ric. (fl. 1541-2, ? the same), 72

Newlove:
-, Geof. B., and his w. Vera, 298
-, Geof. W., 298
-, Roy V., 298

Newsham, Wm. of, 280

newspapers, 209-10

newsrooms, 135, 150, 188, 194, 208

Newton:
-, John of (fl. 1311), 17
-, John (fl. 1446), 199
-, Sir John (d. 1734), 210
-, Mic., later Sir Mic. (d. 1743), 126-8, 202, 210
-, (formerly Archer), Mic. (d. 1803), 128, 205, 210, 284-5, 293, 299, 305, 311-12
-, Steph. of, 280
-, Ric., 281
-, Susanna, w. of Sir John, see Warton
-, Susanna, m. — Archer, 210, 255, 262-3, 312
-, fam., 126, 280

Nolloth:
-, H. E., curate of minster, 148, 151
-, Marian, see Crust

Norfolk, Ric., 145

Norfolk, see Norwich

Norman:
-, John, 200
-, Rob., 202, 204

Normanby, John, 232

Normanville, Thos., 87

Nornabell:
-, H. M., 285
-, John, 285
-, Matthias, and his w. Susan, 285

Norris, Rob., 205

North, Fred., Ld. North, 129

North bar, 26-7, 29, 33, 36-7, 46-8, 50, 53, 95, 120, 126, 154, 160, 168, 178-80, 183, 187, 262, 268

North Eastern Gas Board, 224

North Sea gas, 224

Northampton, 34

Northamptonshire, see Northampton

Northend:
-, Chris., 202, 204
-, John, 200

Northern Rebellion, 74

Northorpe:
-, John, 201
-, Wm., 199

Northumberland:
-, duke of, see Dudley, John
-, earl of, 14, 28, 63, 70; and see Percy, Hen. (d. 1455), Hen. (d. 1489), Hen. (d. 1527), Hen. (d. 1632), and Thos. (d. 1572)

Northumberland, 66; and see Newcastle

Norwich (Norf.), 241

Norwood Park, 229

Nostell Priory (Yorks. W.R.), 130, 186-7

Nottinghamshire, 9, 77

Noure, John, 199

nurseries, see gardening

Nuttall, John, 200

oatmeal making, dealing, 44, 82, 106, 113, 115

oatshillers, 115

Oddfellows, Independent Order of, Manchester Unity, 134

Odey:
-, G. R., 275
-, Geo. W., 158, 275

Ogle, Oswin, 64, 72

Old Hall, see Beverley Parks

Oliver, Geo., 135

Orange, William of, later William III, 99, 197

Orange Society, 143, 149-50

Osbaldwick, see Murton

Osborne:
-, Rob., 205
-, Thos., earl of Danby, 98

Osgodby, Nic., vicar of St. Mary's, 89, 95-6, 237

Oughtibrig, Adam, 199

Ouse, river, 137

Out ings, 15, 211, 213

outlying townships, 1, 12, 75, 77, 82, 118, 162, 164, 231, 242-3, 245, 261, 269, 271-313; and see Beverley Parks; Molescroft; Eske; Storkhill; Thearne; Tickton; Weel; Woodmansey; 'water towns'

Over (Cambs.), 122, 265

overseers of poor, 110, 267, 277, 295, 300

Overton, Rob., 95

Owsby, John, 200

Owstwick and Cave monthly meeting, 245

Oxenbridge, John, 96, 238

Oxford movement, 148

Oxford university, 96, 253, 265

Page:
-, Edw., 187-8, 299
-, Greg., 188
-, Ric., later Sir Ric., 65

painters, 43, 45, 77

Paler, Wm., 67-8, 76, 205

pannage, 15-16, 211, 275

Pape:
-, Pet., 201, 203
-, Rob., 244

parchment-maker, 41

parishes, 162, 167, 225; and see St. John with St. Martin's, St. Mary's, and St. Nicholas's par.

park (archbishop's), parkers, 8, 14-15, 18, 51, 62-3, 72, 88, 161, 166, 173, 178, 210-11, 213, 271-3, 275-7

Parker:
-, Eliz., 306
-, Rob., 306
-, Wm., 261-2, 269

Parkinson, Wm., 201, 203

parliament, 146, 216, 223
-, Ho. of Lords, 146

parliamentary representation, 29, 65, 68, 70, 74-6, 90-1, 94-5, 97-100, 123, 125-31, 134, 141, 143-5, 162, 164, 206; and see Haltemprice parliamentary constituency
-, M.P.s, 139, 143, 228, 242, 253; and see Aglionby; Alford, Edw., Lancelot (d. c. 1616), and Sir Wm.; Anderson, Francis; Anlaby, John; Bacon; Batley; Bethell, Sir Hugh (d. 1679) and Hugh (d. 1772); Boynton, Sir Griffith; Bradshaw; Burton, Hen., N. C., and R. C.; Carey; Codrington; Crompton; Denison; Edwards; Ellerker, Edw.; Forbes; Fox, G. L. and S. L.; Francis; Gee, Wm. (d. 1611) and Wm. (d. 1718); Glover; Gordon; Hall, Rob.; Hildyard, Sir Chris. (d. 1634); Hogg, J. W.; Hotham, Sir Chas. (d. 1723), Sir Chas. (d. 1738), Sir John (d. 1645), Sir John (d. 1689), and Sir John (d. 1691); Kennard; Langdale, Chas.; Lawley; Mansfield; Marshall, Wm.; Morritt; Moyser, John; Nelthorpe, Jas. (fl. 1640-54) and John; Newton, Mic. (d. 1743) and Mic. (d. 1803); Paler; Pelham, Chas. (d. 1763) and Chas. A. (d. 1823); Pennyman, Sir Jas. (d. 1808); Percy, Allan; Purefoy; Scott, Edm.; Stanhope, John; Stewart; Strickland, Thos. and Wm. (d. 1788); Sykes, Sir Chris. (d. 1801), Chris. (d. 1898), and Dan.; Tatton; Thorpe, Francis; Topcliffe, Ric.; Towneley; Towse; Truslove, John; Tufnell, Geo. and John; Vane; Vyse, Ric. (d. 1825) and Ric. (d. 1853); Walker, J. R.; Walters; Warton, Mic. (d. 1590), Mic. (d. 1645), Mic. (d. 1688), Sir Mic. (d. 1725), and Sir Ralph; Wells, Wm. (fl. 1852); Wharton, John; Wrote

Passive Resistance League, 149

Patrington, Ric., 199, 239

Patrington, rector of, see York, Wm. of

Patson, Marm., 200

patten-makers, 44

Pattoner, Ric., 200

Paull, 290

pavage, see boro. govt., tolls

Pawson, Elias, curate of minster, 96

Payn, fam., 175

Peacock, Abraham, 207

Pearson:
-, Ellen, 266
-, J. L., 259
-, Nic., 92-3, 237
-, Pet. D., 275
-, Thos., 205
-, and see Peirson; Pierson

Pease:
-, Art., 277
-, Edw., 183, 233, 293, 301
-, Francis R., 277
-, J. R. (d. 1807), 298
-, J. R. (d. 1866), 298
-, J. R. (d. 1915), 146-7, 298

peat digging, 277

Pecham, John, abp. of Canterbury, 16

pedlars, 115

Peirson, Geo. B., 275
-, and see Pearson; Pierson

Pelham:
-, Chas. (d. 1692), 210
-, Chas. (d. 1763), 117, 128, 205, 210
-, (formerly Anderson), Chas. A., Ld. Yarborough (d. 1823), 128-9, 181, 210, 273, 292-3, 298-9, 303, 305-6, 310-11
-, Chas. A., earl of Yarborough (d. 1846), 210
-, Eliz., see Warton
-, fam., 126, 129, 273, 275, 292-3, 298, 303, 310

Pennington, G. F., 247

Pennycook, Wm., 199

pennygraves, 295, 300, 307, 313

Pennyman:
-, Bridget, see Taylor
-, Sir Jas. (d. 1745), 210
-, Sir Jas. (d. 1808), 128-9, 187, 202, 204, 210, 214
-, Mary, see Warton
-, Ralph, 210, 286
-, Thos., 182, 187
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1768), 210
-, Wm. H. (fl. 1799), 214
-, fam., 120, 126, 173, 186-7

Penrith, Thos., 199

Percy:
-, Allan, 90-1
-, Eleanor, 234
-, Hen., earl of Northumberland (d. 1455), 28, 34, 58
-, Hen., earl of Northumberland (d. 1489), 13, 58, 63, 234
-, Hen., earl of Northumberland (d. 1527), 62-3, 70, 77
-, Hen., earl of Northumberland (d. 1632), 75, 91
-, Idony, 234
-, Joceline, 90
-, Thos., earl of Northumberland (d. 1572), 73-5
-, Thos. (fl. 17th cent.), 90
-, fam., 34, 93, 179, 234

Perrot, Mary, m. Wm. Barnard, 295

Person bridge, see Low bridge

Petch, Mr., 249

Peterson, Wm., 200

pewterers, 45, 82

Philipson, Ric., 202, 204

Phillips, Francis, 219, 293, 299, 305, 311

Phillipson, Wm., 274

Phoenix Shipbuilders, 158

Photographic & Sketching Society, 151

physicians, see doctors

Pickering, Rob. of, 232

Pickering and Hull monthly meeting, 246

Picture Playhouse, 207, 238

Pierson:
-, John, 199
-, Thos., 200
-, Wm. (fl. 1440-9), 199
-, Wm. (fl. 1460, ? another), 27
-, Wm. (fl. 1481-1501, ? another), 200 and see Pearson; Peirson

pigs, 111, 159, 214-15, 217, 221-2, 237, 313

Pilgrimage of Grace, 64, 70-1, 73, 75, 179

pillory, see cuckstool

Pinckney, Frances, 261-2

pinder, 307

pinners, 45

Pitt, Wm., 129

plagues, see diseases

plastics manufacture, 294

players, 87

Plomer, Wm., 10, 53

plumbers, 45, 229

Pocklington, 242, 269

police, 124, 142, 147, 190, 192, 194-5, 227-8

political history, 70-5, 87, 91-5, 97-100, 121, 125-31, 135, 141-8, 151

Pollington:
-, Hen., 199
-, Rob., 200

Pomroy, John, 89, 96, 253

Pont L'Évêque, Rog. of, abp. of York, 35

Poor and Strangers' Friend Society, 134

Poor Law Board, 146

poor relief, 59, 70, 80, 85, 87, 109-10, 116, 127, 133-4, 136, 146; and see Beverley Parks; Molescroft; Storkhill; Thearne; Tickton; Woodmansey

poorhouses, 59, 183, 290, 300

poor-law institution, 192, 230

Pope, John, 181

Popple:
-, Mary, 293
-, Thos. (fl. 1350s), 292
-, Wm., 263
-, (or Stork), fam., 292; and see Stork

Poppleton, Wm., 199

population, 16, 54-6, 83-5, 107-8, 112, 118-20, 136, 156

porter merchant, 121

porters, 37, 42, 45

Portington, Edm., 57, 199

Post Office, 230

postal service, 111, 194, 230

Potter:
-, Chris., 199
-, John, 199

potters, 37

Potyger, Wm., 198

Poulson, Geo., 135

Power, Hen., 201

Presbyterians, 95, 97, 133, 242-4, 246-7, 250

Preston, F. N., 210

Prickett, Josiah, 287

printers, 87, 209

Prison Commissioners, 194

prisons:
-, abp.'s, 11, 13-14, 16, 73, 191
-, provost's, 17, 180, 191
-, town, 65, 68-9, 74, 87, 98, 102, 111, 124, 183, 190, 191-2, 191, 193, 228, 243, 268
-, Water Towns man., 191, 210
-, and see Hull; London, Fleet; York; Yorkshire, E.R., ho. of correction

Privy Council, 68

protestant nonconformity, 96-101, 133, 149-50, 242-50, 261, 267; and see Baptists; Congregationalists; Friends; Latter Day Saints; Methodists; Presbyterians; Sandemanians

Prussia, 170

public health, 142-3, 146, 152-3, 188, 223-4, 226

Puckering, Hen., 200

Pugin:
-, A. W. N., 148, 239
-, E. W., 148, 239

Punderson, Wm., 201

Purbeck, Isle of (Dors.), 233

Purefoy, Geo., 75

puritanism, 78-9, 89-90, 95, 233, 237, 242, 253

Pyers, Wm., poet, 77

Q Feeds Ltd., 306

Quail, John, 199

Quakers, see Friends

Queen Anne's Bounty, 232

Queen Elizabeth's Endowment, see St. John and St. Martin's par., ch. of St. John the Evangelist, finances

Queensgate Whiting Co., whiting works, 277

Queensgate Road whiting works, 277

races, racecourse, see Kiplingcotes; Westwood; York

Raffles:
-, John (fl. 1521-38), 200
-, John (d. 1583), 201, 203
-, Rob. (fl. 1513-45), 72, 200
-, Rob. (fl. 1577), 80 n

Ragbrook, 37, 50

Raghton, Ivo de, 234, 239

railways, 137, 139, 154, 169, 182, 188, 271, 283

Ramsey:
-, John, 202, 204
-, Rob., 203, 205, 298

Rante, Rog., 293, 305, 311

Raysin, Thos., 295

Raywell, see Cottingham

Read, Mr., 261-2

recreation grounds, 139, 229, 284

recusancy, 80, 90, 93, 95, 97, 242

Redesham, John, 199

Reedness, Wm. of, 198

Regal cinema, 207

Reid, W. D., 246

religious houses, 1, 60-1, 77, 87, 180-3; and see Bishop Burton, Killingwoldgraves hosp.; friars; Holy Trinity hosp.; Holy Trinity preceptory; Inderauuda; Knaresborough friary; London, Savoy hosp.; Malton priory; Meaux abbey; Mount Grace priory; St. Giles's hosp.; St. John the Baptist's hosp.; St. John the Evangelist's hosp.; St. John's coll.; St. Mary's hosp.; St. Nicholas's hosp.; St. Omer; Warter priory

religious life, 10, 43-5, 60-1, 76-80, 87, 89-90, 95-7, 133, 148-51; and see anchoresses; chapels; churches; guilds; parishes; prot. nonconf.; puritanism; recusancy; religious ho.; Roman Catholicism; York, cath. ch. of St. Peter

Reynolds, H. R., 253

Rhodes:
-, Sir Edw., 92
-, Ric., curate of minster, 89-90, 233

Riby:
-, D. J. B., 311
-, Thos., 202

Richard II, 17, 20, 23

Richard tegularius , 42

Richardson, Rob., 202, 204

Richmond (Yorks. N.R.), 132, 207, 285

Rider, Rob., 200

Riding fields, 18, 54, 211, 290

Ridings, John, 27

Ridings, 'manor', 17

Ridley:
-, Chris., 201, 203
-, Rob., 299 n

Riell, Rob., 61

Rifle Club, 151

Rigby, Rob., vicar of St. Mary's, 203, 238, 285

Rigg:
-, E. A., 304
-, W. H., 304

Ringrose:
-, Hen., 202
-, John, 274
-, Reg. T., 274
-, Thos., see Voase
-, (later Ringrose-Voase), Wm. R. (fl. 1884), 274
-, Wm. W. (d. 1873), 274

Ringrose-Voase:
-, Chris. J., 274
-, John R., 274
-, Wm. R., see Ringrose

riots, rebellions, and other disturbances, 22-4, 31, 52, 63-5, 67, 71-5, 96, 100, 125, 179, 214, 218 n, 242; and see Pilgrimage of Grace

Ripon (Yorks. N.R.), 13, 234, 239

Risby (in Rowley), 63, 74, 76, 127

Rise, Nic., 198, 237

Rise, 57, 128

Rising Star lodge, 134

River Hull Catchment Board, 217, 279, 292

Riviera Caravan Co. Ltd., 277

roads, 8, 35, 38, 41, 52-4, 61, 88, 93, 103, 111, 113, 137, 143, 147-8, 154, 161, 164-5, 166-9, 178-9, 282-3, 308
-, bypass and relief, 1, 154-5, 168-9
-, turnpike trusts, 112-13, 168, 222 n
-, and see Beverley Parks; Eske; Molescroft; Storkhill and Sandholme; Thearne; Tickton; Weel; Woodmansey

Robert, Chris., 200

Roberts, Thos., 262, 266

Roberts & Cooper (Hull) Ltd., 280

Robertson:
-, Ebenezer, 261, 266
-, Fred., 203, 205

Robinson:
-, Dav., 201
-, Hen., 200
-, Humph., 202
-, John, 243
-, Mark, 244
-, Rob., 201, 203

Robson, Perceval, 66, 200

Rochester, bp. of, see Fisher, John

Rockingham, marquis of, see WatsonWentworth

Rodmell:
-, Geof., 274
-, Molly, 274, 298
-, Tom, 274, 298
-, Wm., 274
-, fam., 298

Rogationtide festivities, 10-11, 34, 40, 45-6, 49-50, 61-2, 76-7, 79, 222

Rogers, Ezekiel, rector of Rowley, 89

Rokeby, Ric., later Sir Ric., 13, 65, 239

Rokeby Park (Yorks. N.R.), 129

roller skating rink, 206-7

Rolleston:
-, Rob., provost of St. John's coll., 19, 33, 47, 56, 58, 61, 233
-, Rog., 58, 199
-, Wm., 198

Roman Catholicism, 73, 79, 112, 127, 129-30, 148-9, 151, 180, 233, 242, 245
-, ch. (St. John of Beverley), 149, 242, 258
-, convent, 194, 242, 251, 258
-, diocese of Beverley, 242
-, sch., 242, 251, 258
-, and see recusancy

Romeyn, John le, abp. of York, 11

Rone, Edw., 293

Roomthwaite, John, 200

Roos:
-, Guy, 285, 287
-, Hen., 285, 288
-, John (fl. 1347), and his w. Ellen, 285
-, John (fl. c. 1369, ? another), 285
-, John (fl. 1496), 58
-, Martin, 285, 288
-, Thos. (fl. 1402), 285
-, Thos. (fl. 1466), 285
-, Wm., 199
-, fam., 287

ropers, ropemaking, 42-3, 114

Rosdell, Chris., 201

Rotherham, Thos., abp. of York, 14

Routh:
-, Amand of, 198
-, Anne, 134, 185-6, 232, 261-4, 266-8, 269, 291, 301, 307
-, John of, 198

Routh, 58, 307

Rowley:
-, rector, see Rogers
-, and see Bentley; Hunsley; Risby

Rudd, Wm., 60, 199

Rushworth:
-, Edw., 207, 219
-, John, 219

Russia, 116

Ruston, Rog., 199

Rutland, earl of, see Manners, Hen. and Thos.

Rutter, Wm., 202, 204

Ryles, Thos., 118

saddlers, 41, 82

sailors, see boatmen

St. Cuthbert, 3

St. Giles's croft(s), 33, 78, 110, 171 n, 182 n, 265

St. Giles's hospital, 33, 52, 61, 77-8, 85, 87, 171, 182, 289

St. Helen's chapel, 49, 182 n, 240

St. John Ambulance Brigade, 247

St. John and St. Martin's parish (minster 'parish' or 'parishes'), 83 n, 162, 164, 241, 243, 250
-, ch. of St. John the Evangelist (the minster), 1, 77-80, 89, 92, 100, 114, 119, 122, 133, 149, 156-7, 157, 160, 162, 195, 213 n, 228, 231-6, 237, 241-2, 248, 253, 281, 290, 295, 300, 307, 313; and see St. John's coll. for par. ch. before the suppression
-, adv., 79, 142, 148, 231-3, 236, 241
-, asst. curates, 69-70, 77-9, 89, 95-7, 122, 231-3, 236, 250, 288, 291, 301, 307
-, att., 150, 245
-, bells, 148, 235
-, chyd., 111, 148, 174, 229, 234-5, 254
-, curacy or vicarage ho., 232
-, curate or vicar, 69-70, 77-9, 89, 95, 122, 124, 133, 231-3, 235, 238, 242, 263, 265; and see Atkinson, John; Burney; Clark, Steph.; Coltman, Jos.; Crashaw, Wm.; Graves; Jackson, John; Lewthwaite; Mitchell; Nolloth; Pawson; Rhodes, Ric.; Sainthill
-, fabric, 69, 78, 89, 95-6, 104, 111, 117, 122, 132, 148, 151, 154, 180, 186-7, 190, 213 n, 232, 233-5, 236, 241, 267, 270
-, finances, Old Fund (Queen Elizabeth's Endowment), New Fund, 69, 78, 89, 95, 104, 122, 142, 228, 232-3, 235-6, 253, 261, 267
-, libr., 233
-, perpetual curacy or vicarage, 89, 231-3
-, vicar, vicarage, vicarage ho., see St. John and St. Martin's par., curate, perpetual curacy, and curacy ho.
-, mission rooms, 233
-, par. hall, room, 233, 257
-, and see St. John's par.; St. Martin's par.

St. John of Beverley, see John of York

St. John the Baptist's hospital, 49, 183, 268
-, chant., 183

St. John the Evangelist's hospital, 183, 268

St. John's college, 1, 3, 77-9, 180
-, Bedern, 17, 37, 180-1, 191, 290
-, boy bp., 62, 70
-, canons, prebends, prebendaries, 3, 8-10, 16, 18-19, 24, 39, 62, 77, 87, 162, 180-1, 222, 231, 234, 236-7, 240-1, 253 n, 275, 277, 281, 287-8, 290, 295, 300, 304, 307, 313
-, chancellor, 77, 181, 253
-, chapter, 11, 16-19, 23, 25, 38, 54-5, 83-4, 86-7, 162, 167, 181, 232, 234, 236, 240-1, 287, 290, 304
-, ch. (minster), 1-3, 5, 7-10, 14-18, 29, 38, 45-7, 49-52, 54, 60-2, 77-8, 180-1, 219, 233-6, 240
-, altars, 45, 61, 231-3, 236
-, as par. ch., 162, 231
-, chant., 7, 33, 47, 56, 77-8, 183 n, 232-3, 235, 253, 289, 293, 305
-, guild, 76, 293
-, lights, 43, 45, 47, 233
-, estates, 7, 11, 16-18, 39, 56, 73, 78, 161, 167, 211, 213, 235, 253, 279, 284, 287-8, 290, 292, 303-4, 310, 312
-, lesser clergy, 25, 180-1, 231, 312
-, officers, 10-11, 17-18, 23, 28, 63
-, other bldgs., 1, 3, 10, 78, 87, 180-1, 233-4
-, precentor, 181
-, provost, 16-19, 23, 28-9, 36, 39, 41-2, 54-5, 58, 61-3, 65, 83-4, 86, 124, 162, 180-1, 191, 219, 241, 277, 279, 284, 287-8, 290, 292; and see Carto; Chester; Manfield; Rolleston, Rob.; York, Wm. of
-, sacrist, 181, 236
-, St. Martin's chap., 181, 234
-, sanctuary, sanctuarymen, 3, 8-10, 22, 77, 233, 282
-, sanctuary crosses, 8-9, 171, 282; and see Mile cross; Stump cross
-, sch., 250, 253-4
-, seven parsons, 181, 293, 299, 312
-, suppression, 1, 65, 73, 77, 80, 83, 162, 181, 211, 231-2, 234-7, 241, 253, 275, 277, 281, 287-8, 292-3, 298, 304-5, 311
-, tithes, 18, 241, 275, 277, 281, 288, 290, 293, 295, 298, 300, 305, 307, 311, 313
-, vicars, vicars choral, 8, 17-18, 40, 58-9, 77, 180-1, 231, 236, 287

St. John's parish, 103, 162, 167, 231-2
-, burial ground, 229, 235, 291, 301
-, chap. of ease, see Molescroft; Tickton; Woodmansey
-, char., 261-3
-, ch. (minster), see St. John and St. Martin's par.
-, mission room, see Molescroft; Weel
-, poor relief, 263
-, pop., 83, 118-20
-, sch., 257, 263-4, 301, 307
-, and see Aike (in Lockington); Beverley Parks; Eske; Molescroft; Storkhill; Thearne; Tickton; Weel; Woodmansey

St. Martin's chapel, see St. John's coll.

St. Martin's parish, 104, 162, 164, 167, 192, 231, 243
-, burial ground, 229, 235
-, chap. of ease (St. John's, Lairgate), 149-50, 205, 207 n, 208, 231, 236, 244-5
-, char., 261-3, 269
-, ch. (minster), see St. John and St. Martin's par.
-, poor relief, 133-4
-, pop., 83, 107-8, 118-21
-, sch. (including minster), 208, 233, 248, 250-2, 256-8, 260, 263, 269
-, tithes, 236-7

St. Mary with St. Nicholas's parish, so called, 162, 164, 236, 241; and see St. Mary's par.; St. Nicholas's par.

St. Mary's hospital (North bar maison dieu), 29, 48, 183, 262, 268

St. Mary's parish, 76, 144, 162, 164, 167, 192, 236, 241, 243, 248, 255 n
-, chap. of ease (St. Nicholas's), 150, 236, 238, 241
-, chap. or ch., 1, 10, 44-5, 47-8, 50-2, 60-1, 69, 78-80, 89, 92, 110, 114, 124, 132-3, 154, 156-7, 190, 220, 228, 231, 236, 236-40, 241, 250, 260
-, adv., 236-7
-, altars, 237
-, asst. curates, chaplains, 48, 89, 236-8, 241
-, att., 150, 245
-, bells, 240
-, chant., 25, 32, 54, 77, 182, 235, 237, 241, 289
-, Church Ho., 238
-, chyd., burial grounds, 55, 170-1, 229, 238, 240-1, 283
-, fabric, 66, 76, 78-9, 87, 95-6, 111, 132, 148, 234, 236-7, 238-9, 240-1, 262, 289, 293, 297
-, finances, ch. lands, 69, 78, 95, 240, 289
-, guilds, 48, 76, 237
-, lecturer, lectures, sermons, 95-6, 124, 232, 237-8, 264-5, 270
-, libr., 238
-, lights, 44-5, 76
-, vicar, 48, 119, 231, 236-8, 244, 250, 259, 262, 264-5; and see Brereton, John; Drake, Francis; Ellis, Wm.; Ferris; Glynn, E. C.; Osgodby; Sandys; Wilson, Jos.
-, vicarage, 89, 96-7, 162, 231, 236-7, 241
-, vicarage ho., 237-8
-, char., 261-2, 269
-, mission rooms, 238, 260
-, par. hall, room, 237-8, 256
-, poor relief, 133-4
-, pop., 83, 107-8, 118-20
-, sch., 90, 110, 238, 250-2, 255-6, 258-61, 264, 269
-, tithes, 236-7

St. Nicholas's 'friary', see St. Nicholas's hosp.

St. Nicholas's hospital, 61, 182-3
-, chant., 183

St. Nicholas's parish, 95-6, 162, 164, 167, 192, 236, 240-1
-, ch., medieval (otherwise Holme ch.), 35, 37, 41, 45, 50, 52, 79, 236, 240-1
-, adv., 241
-, bells, 241
-, chant., 77, 241
-, chyd., 241
-, fabric, 95, 236, 241
-, light, 45
-, rector, 'vicar', 50, 236, 240-1
-, rectory, 236-7, 240-1
-, rectory ho., 241
-, 'vicar', see St. Nicholas's par., rector
-, ch., modern, 241
-, bell, 241
-, chyd., 241
-, fabric, 241
-, vicarage, 241
-, vicarage ho., 241
-, Holme ch., see St. Nicholas's par., ch., medieval
-, par. hall, 260
-, poor relief, 133-4
-, pop., 83, 118-21
-, sch., 238, 250, 256-60
-, tithes, 241

St. Omer (Pas-de-Calais, France), abbey of St. Bertin, 3

St. Quintin:
-, Alice, 58
-, Sir Hen., 185 n, 243
-, fam., 58

St. Theobald's chapel or hermitage, 61, 77

St. Thomas's chapel, 10, 53, 55, 61, 77, 175 n, 231, 236, 275

Sainthill, Humph., curate of minster, 96, 233

Salkeld:
-, Chas., 280
-, Eleanor, see Lewins

Salvation Army, 245-6, 250

Sample:
-, Harriett, 265-7
-, Thos., 246, 267

Sampson, Josh., 202, 204

Sancton, see Houghton Hall

Sandemanians, 247

Sanderson:
-, Chris., 64, 72, 200
-, Hen., 200
-, Ric., 200
-, fam., 66

Sandes, Edwin, abp. of York, 74 and see Sands; Sandys

Sandholme, see Storkhill

Sands:
-, Alice, 59
-, Wm., 201
-, and see Sandes; Sandys

Sandwith, Thos., 243

Sandys, W. T., vicar of St. Mary's, 251 and see Sandes; Sands

saucemakers, 49

Savage:
-, Sir Ralph, 288
-, Thos., abp. of York, 63, 70, 196

Savings Bank, 188

Sawney:
-, Thos., 244
-, Wm., 139, 244
-, fam., 150

Sawney & Co., 139

Sawyer, Edm., 290

Scarborough (Yorks. N.R.), 71, 96, 128, 137, 209, 249

Scarr:
-, Hen., 139
-, Jos., 139, 313
-, Jos., & Sons Ltd., 140, 153, 313

Scarrs' Shipbuilding Co., 313

schools, see education

Scorborough:
-, Rob. of, 25, 205
-, Thos., 198
-, Wm., 198
-, fam., 176

Scorborough, 91-2

Scoreby, John, 198

Scoter:
-, Eliz., 286
-, Rog., 286-7
-, fam., 287

Scotland, 3, 66, 72, 80
-, war with, 3, 7, 9, 29, 70, 73-5, 91, 178

Scott:
-, Edm., 91
-, F. W., 305
-, G. H., 305
-, Sir Gilb., 148, 235, 239
-, Hen., 200
-, W. H., 304
-, Wm. (fl. before c. 1260), 232
-, Wm. (fl. 1407), 198

scriveners, 44, 49, 118

Scrope:
-, Emanuel, Ld. Scrope, 91
-, Hen. le, Ld. Scrope, 62
-, Ric. le, abp. of York, 12
-, Sir Steph. le, 61

Scroton, Thos., 198

Scruton, fam., 116

Sculcoates, 71, 296, 308
-, poor-law union, 136

Seaton:
-, Agnes of, 11
-, Maud, 11
-, Ric., 198

Second World War, 152-3, 159, 195, 206, 208-9, 216, 222, 225, 228, 238, 253, 261, 272, 277, 297, 301

seed crushing, mills, 140, 153, 157, 285, 294, 306

Selby (Yorks. W.R.), 158

Sergeantson, Wm., 200

Settrington:
-, Edw., 200
-, Thos., 201

sewerage, see drainage

Sewerby (in Bridlington), 269

Shaftesbury, earl of, see Cooper, Ant. Ashley

Shafts, Chris., 200

Sharp, John, 310

Shawe, John, 95-6, 242

Sheardown, Harold, 158

shearmen, 30, 40, 44

sheep, 18-19, 106, 213-14, 217, 221, 223, 281

Sheffield, Sir Thos., 284

Sheffield (Yorks. W.R.), 207

Shelton, Sam., 219

Shepherd:
-, Arkenwold, 201
-, Hen. J., 121, 203, 205, 312
-, Rob., 246-7
-, Thos., 196, 205
-, fam., 172

Sherburn, Rob. of, 198

Sherwood:
-, E. J., 250
-, Francis, 95, 253
-, Rob., 77

Sherwood forest, 234

shipmen, see boatmen

ships, see boats

Shipton, 230

shipwrights, boat and ship building, shipyards, 1, 37, 82, 117, 13840, 153-4, 158, 166, 204, 246-7, 252

shock absorber manufacture, 154, 157

shoemakers, shoemaking, see cobblers

Shuttleworth, Mr., 310

Sicey (in Thearne), 210, 295, 297, 299

Sigglesthorne, John, 199

Sigston:
-, Benj., 117
-, Sam., 117
-, Wm., 117

Silver, Wm., 26

silversmith, 118

Silvester, H. E., 147

Simeon trustees, 148, 232

Simpson:
-, Chas., 189
-, Green, 274
-, Hen., 266
-, John, 201
-, Mary, m. Thos. Keddy, 274
-, Wm., 312

Sisters of Mercy, 242

Sixhill:
-, John, 199
-, Wm., 199

Skelton Castle (Yorks. N.R.), 127

Skidby, 276, 296

skinners, 47, 114-16

Skipwith:
-, John, 32, 199
-, Thos., 199

Skirlaugh, see Arnold

Slater, Thos., 200

Sleaford:
-, John, 59-60, 199
-, Wm. (fl. 1399-1408), 198
-, Wm. (fl. 1449-68), 199

Slingsby:
-, F. W., 280
-, Helen, see West

Smales:
-, John, 202-3
-, Marg., see Atmar
-, Steph., 85, 201, 203
-, Thos., 202-3, 289

Smallpox Hospital, 230

Smedley, J. A., 246, 262, 269

Smith:
-, Chas., 285
-, Edw. W., 305, 307
-, John (fl. 1460), 47
-, John (d. by 1764), and his w. Eliz., 304
-, Lambert, 261-2, 304
-, Leon., 285
-, Mary, m. — Hall, 304
-, Oswald, and his w. Emma, 285-6
-, R. G., 189
-, Rob., 200
-, Sam. (d. 1709), 235
-, Sam. (fl. 1753), 221
-, Thos., 273

Smith & Brodrick, 189, 194, 230, 260

Smith, Brodrick, & Lowther, 242

smiths, 38, 82; and see blacksmiths; whitesmiths

Smoothing, John, 200

Snaith, Thos., 198

Sneerholmes (in Woodmansey), 210, 295, 297, 299

Snetzler, John, 132

soap boiler, 105

Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 133, 255

Somercotes, North (Lincs.), 57

Sothern, Rog., 199

Soulby, Wm., 13

South bar, see Keldgate bar

Southwell, Wm., 198

Sowerby, Mat., 200

spa, see Swine Moor, wells

Spain, 40, 116
-, war with, 74, 79

Spalding:
-, John, 200
-, Rob., 200

Spalding (Lincs.), 57

Sparrow, Rob., 201

Spay cross, see Stump cross

Spence:
-, Adam, 201
-, Giles, 201, 203
-, John, 201

Spencer, Wm., 208, 260, 266

Spendlove:
-, Hen., 205
-, Sam., 202
-, Suckling, 202, 204

Spene alias Clerk, Wm., 25, 28, 205

Spenser:
-, John (fl. 1406-17), barker, 198
-, John (fl. 1406-20), butcher, 198
-, Wm., 199

Spicer, John, 198

Spink, R. H., 298

sports and pastimes, see bears; bowls; cock-fighting; cockshoots; cricket; cycling; football; golf; hunting; races; tennis

Sproatley:
-, John, 199
-, Sim., 199

Spurgeon, C. H., 150

Spurryer, fam., 176

Staalduine, Johannes van, 300

Stable, John, 205

staff-makers, 44

Stafford:
-, Edw., duke of Buckingham, 279
-, John of, 235

Stainton, Pet., 198

Stalker, John, 198

Stancliffe, John, 202

Standard, Battle of the, 7

Stanhope:
-, Ferdinand, 187
-, John, later Ld. Stanhope, 76, 288
-, Mic., later Sir Mic., 65, 73, 181, 183, 218, 273, 275, 293, 305
-, fam., 76

Stansfield, John de, see Harper

Stansfield (Suff.), 57

Staple, Phil., 129

Stapleton:
-, Rob., 205
-, Wm., 71 n, 72

Starkey, Wm., 281

stationer, 115

Statter, Thos., 202, 204

Staveley:
-, John of, 280, 310
-, Wm. of, 280
-, fam., 280

Steele, Rob., 95, 253

Steere, John, 243

Stephen, King, 3, 7, 35

Stephenson:
-, Eliz., 308
-, Geo., 274
-, Hen., 200
-, John (fl. 1405), 198
-, John (fl. 1494-1503), 200
-, John (d. 1867), 308
-, Jos., 303, 305
-, Rob., 115, 153, 267
-, Rob., & Son, 140, 306
-, Thos., 216
-, Wm., 286, 288
-, Misses, 251
-, fam., 306

Stewart, John, 126, 130 and see Stuart

Stickney:
-, Edw., 303
-, fam., 245

Stittenham (Yorks. N.R.), 57

Stockall, Rowland, 201

Stockdale:
-, Alex., 287
-, Rob., 287

stocking making, 110, 267

stocks, 191, 219, 221

'stone pillars', 168, 222

Stoneferry (in Sutton on Hull), 128, 279

Stones, Rob., 199

Stork:
-, John of, f. of Thos. Popple (fl. 1350s), 292
-, Thos. of (d. by c. 1400), 292
-, and see Popple

Storkhill (or Stork) and Sandholme, 17, 161-2, 164, 210, 271, 278, 289, 291-5, 292, 302, 308
-, agric., 213-14, 217
-, common lands, 291-2, 294
-, depopulated village site, 291-2
-, drainage, 291-2
-, ferry, 169
-, inc., 294
-, ind., 294
-, inns, 292
-, man., 293
-, Mantholme, Mantholme Gate, 167, 282, 292-4
-, officers, 294-5
-, poor relief, 295
-, pop., 292, 303
-, road, 166-8, 291-2
-, sch., 307
-, tithes, 241, 293, 295, 305

Storry, Witty & Co. Ltd., 159, 277

Stourton:
-, Chas., Ld. Stourton, 285
-, Mary, see Langdale

Stout, Edw., 201

Strafford, earl of, see Wentworth

Straker, H. M., 207

strays, waifs, wrecks, 11, 19, 290

streets:
-, cleansing and refuse disposal, 111-12, 123-4, 142, 147, 165, 225-6, 310
-, layout, 50-2
-, lighting, 123, 142, 225
-, names (gazetteer), 169-70
-, new, 180, 188-9, 192, 247
-, paving, flagging, repair, 31, 33, 61, 69-70, 88, 93, 111, 113, 123-4, 127, 143, 147-8, 166-7, 190, 224-5, 224
-, pedestrian precinct, 155

Strickland:
-, Diana, see Moyser
-, Thos., 94
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1665), 94
-, Wm. (d. 1788), 123, 128, 188, 202

Stuart, Jas., 246
-, and see Stewart

Stump (Spay) cross, 8, 167

Stutville, Joan de, 35, 164

Suffolk, see Stansfield

Sugden, John, 97, 101, 202, 204

Sumner, Gillyat, 241, 297, 301

Sunderland (co. Dur.), 207

Surdeval:
-, Alice de, see Aldefield
-, Amand de, 279-80
-, Cecily, see York
-, Pet. de, 280
-, Rob., 280
-, fam., 280-1

surgeons, see doctors

surveyors of highways, 277, 295, 300, 307, 313

Sutton, Thos. of, 198

Sutton on Hull, 41, 232, 263, 278; and see Stoneferry

Swailes, fam., 140

Swanland:
-, Rob., 198
-, Thos., 198

Swann, Thos., 273, 275

Swimming Club, 151

Swine, see Coniston

Swine Moor, 106, 111, 162, 211-18, 294
-, wells, bath, spa, 132, 217, 229

Swinemoor Lane industrial estate, 154, 157, 159

'swordslipers', 82

Sykes:
-, Sir Chris. (d. 1801), 118, 126-7, 129, 285-6, 288
-, Chris. (d. 1898), 144
-, Dan., 130-1
-, Decima, 258, 266
-, Jos., 131
-, Sir Mark M., 286, 288, 290

Symmons, Ernest F., 207

Tadman:
-, Chris., 103, 205
-, Eliz. (fl. 1677), 285
-, Eliz. (d. 1763), dau. of last, 285
-, Francis (d. 1712), 205
-, Francis (fl. 1802-7), 205

Tailforde, Ric., 310

tailors, 44-5, 49, 81-2, 115

tallow-chandlers, see chandlers

tanners, barkers, tanning, tanneries, 1, 31, 41, 47, 49, 59-60, 66, 81-2, 85, 102, 106, 114-16, 118, 121, 137-8, 140, 147, 153, 157-9, 189, 226-7, 273, 283

Tasker, Hen., 199

Tatton, Wm., 129

Taverner:
-, Thos., 200
-, Wal., 198

tawyers, 41

taxation, 162
-, assessments, 7, 14, 18, 20, 25, 30-1, 36, 41, 54-7, 69-70, 75, 92-3, 133, 162, 165, 186 n, 225
-, benevolences, 69, 165
-, carriage tax, 120-1
-, direct tax, 30-1
-, hearth tax, 108-9, 119, 279-80, 284-6, 292, 297, 303, 310
-, house tax, 120
-, income tax, 136
-, land tax, 112
-, poll tax, 55, 279, 284, 297
-, servants, tax on, 120-1
-, ship money, 91, 105
-, subsidies and fractional taxes, 26, 55, 56 n, 57, 60, 69, 80, 83-6, 105
-, window tax, 112

Taylor:
-, Bridget, w. of John (d. 1731), m. 2 Ralph Pennyman, 286
-, Cath., m. Thos. Dawson, 286, 293
-, Eliz., m. John Westowby, 261-2, 270, 310
-, Jas. (fl. 1503), 200
-, Jas. (d. by 1906), 265-6
-, John (d. c. 1666), 286
-, John (d. 1731), 286, 293
-, Marg., m. Hen. Goodricke, 286, 293
-, Mary, 266
-, Ric., 200
-, Wm. (d. 1632 or 1633), 286
-, Wm. (d. 1716), 286, 293
-, Messrs., 235, 240
-, fam., 286

teasels, 40

telegraph and telephone services, 152, 230

Telford:
-, Anne, 280
-, Chas., 280, 305
-, Emily, m. Ric. Wollaston, 280
-, Geo., 280
-, Hen., 280, 305
-, John (d. 1830), 280
-, John (d. c. 1835), 280
-, fam., 304

Temperance Halls, 150, 208, 238, 246-7, 249-50, 259-61

tenants' works, 290, 294, 305, 312

Tenelby, Wm. of, 25

tennis, 62, 229

tenter garths, tenter grounds, 41, 174

Territorial Army, 195

Tesseyman, Wm., 261-2

Thearne, Ric. of, 300

Thearne (in St. John's par.), 161-2, 164, 210, 271, 293, 295-301, 296
-, agric., 276, 298-300
-, burial ground for, 235, 301
-, chap., 231, 297, 300-1
-, common lands, 296-300
-, drainage, 215, 296-7
-, ferry, 296-7, 299
-, Hall, 297-8
-, inc., 296-300
-, mill, 300
-, officers, 300
-, Plaxton's br., 168, 297
-, poor relief, 300
-, pop., 297-8
-, prot. nonconf., 301
-, roads, 166, 168, 295-7
-, sch., 297, 301
-, tithes, 298-300
-, and see Sicey

theatres, 113, 131-2, 134-5, 150, 207, 251, 256
-, and see guilds, craft; players

thelonearius , see Geoffrey

Thief Hurn, 161, 167

Thirkleby, Rog. of, 11

Thirsk:
-, John, 201
-, fam., 138 n

Thirsk Hall (Yorks. N.R.), 187

Thixhill, Wm., 28

Thompson:
-, (formerly Hotham), Sir Chas., see Hotham
-, Chris., 202, 204, 243
-, Edw., 214
-, John, 205
-, T. B., 247
-, T. J., 146
-, Thos., 249
-, Wm., 189

Thomson:
-, Adam, 200
-, John, 200
-, Rob. (fl. 1456-69), 199
-, Rob. (fl. 1541-59), 201
-, Thos., 201

Thorn:
-, John, 26, 205
-, Ric. of, 9

Thornaby:
-, Chris., 201
-, Thos., 201

Thornton:
-, Chris., 201
-, Wm. of (fl. 1320), 198
-, Wm. (d. 1721), 186, 234

Thorpe:
-, Francis, 94, 103, 205
-, Ric., 22, 199

Thurland, John, 205

Thurstan, abp. of York, 7, 14, 19-20, 25, 34-5, 48, 190, 219, 222

Thurstan, John, 198

Thwaites:
-, Edm., 279
-, Frances, m. John Gresham, 279
-, Hen., later Sir Hen., 279

Tickhill:
-, John, 13, 19
-, Steph., 200

Tickton (in St. John's par.), 161-2, 164, 210, 271, 278, 291, 294, 301-8, 302, 311-12
-, agric., 302, 305-6
-, almsho., 303, 308
-, bridges, 167-8, 302
-, chap., 231, 281, 295, 307, 313
-, char., 308
-, common lands, 302, 305-6
-, dom. archit., 303
-, drainage, 302
-, Grange, 303-4
-, Hall, later Ho., 303-5
-, inc., 302-6
-, ind., 306
-, inns, 161, 303
-, mill, 306
-, New Tickton, 303, 308
-, officers, 307
-, par. hall, 303, 307
-, poor relief, 307
-, pop., 292 n, 303
-, prot. nonconf., 307
-, reading room, 303
-, roads, 166-8, 279, 302-3
-, sch., 263, 307, 313
-, tithes, 232, 241, 293, 305, 307,
-, Working Men's Inst., 303

Tigar, Pennock, 118, 150, 188, 246, 277

Tigar & Co., Tigar, Champney & Co., Tigar's Manure Co., 118, 140, 153-4

tilers, see bricklayers; brickmakers

Tillett, Ben, 138

Tilson:
-, Steph., 199
-, Wm., 209

Tindall:
-, Geo., 117
-, Wm., 117

Tirwhit:
-, Adam of (fl. 1344), 198
-, Adam (fl. 1404-26), 56, 198
-, John, 198
-, Rob., 292
-, Wm. (fl. 1347-78, ? two of this name), 198
-, Sir Wm. (fl. 1441), 232

tobacco, tobacconist, tobacco pipemaker, 105-6, 118, 189

Todd:
-, John, 202
-, Marm., 205

Toft, Rob., 199

Tomlinson, Rob., 200

Tondew, Adam, 198

Tondith, John, 199

Tone:
-, Alison, 58
-, John, 198
-, Thos., 58, 199
-, fam., 58

Tong, Wm., 116 n

Tong, 33, 41, 213

toothpullers, 82

Topcliffe:
-, John (fl. 1458), 281
-, John (d. by 1538), 310
-, Ric., 75, 281, 310
-, Rob., 310
-, Wal. of, 280, 310
-, fam., 280

Tories, 121, 127-8, 130-1

Torre, John, 59

Totenhale, Ralph of, 12

tourism, 1, 160

Towers, Bart., 202

town ditch, see fortifications

town hall, see guildhall

town planning, 152

Towneley, John, 143, 149, 242

Townend, Ric., 200

Towry, Rob., 200

Towse, Wm., 91

Towton (Yorks. W.R.), 34

trade, see industry

trade companies, see guilds, craft

translators, 118

Trent, river, 137

Trentham, Wm., 199

Trinities, 78, 107, 117, 124, 169, 182

Trippe, Edw., 202, 205

Trippok, John, 198

Trollope, Ant., novelist, 144, 149

Truslove:
-, Edw., 183, 201, 203
-, John, 68, 74, 76, 201, 203

Tuberculosis Dispensary, 230-1

Tufnell:
-, Geo., 128
-, John, 128

Tuke:
-, John B., 203-5
-, Rob., 199

turbary, turf digging, 15, 281

Turner:
-, M., 207 n
-, Mat., 266
-, Tom, 209

turners, 44

Tuvy, John, 73

Tymperon, Wm., 186, 257-9, 261, 267, 269, 269

Ulceby:
-, John (fl. 1439-60), 199
-, John (fl. 1502), 200

Union Mill Society, 218

United Kingdom Electric Telegraph Co., 230

United Reformed Church, 246-50

United States of America, see New York

universities, 110, 264; and see Cambridge; Oxford

Upton, Wm. C., 246

Vane, Sir Hen., 91

Vavasour:
-, Adam le, 280
-, Hen. le, 280
-, Thos. le, 280
-, fam., 280

Verity, John, 133

Vescy, Ric., 198

Vicars, Rob., 200

Victoria barracks, see Beverley Parks

Victoria whiting works, 223, 277

victuallers, victualling, 31, 81

vintners, 44, 46, 49, 105

Voase:
-, Sydney, 275
-, (formerly Ringrose), Thos., 274

Vulcan Iron Co., 140

Vyse:
-, Ric. (d. 1825), 129, 203
-, Ric. (d. 1853), 129-30

Wade:
-, Phil., 201, 203
-, Ric., 202-3
-, Wm., 94, 100, 202-3

waifs, see strays

Waines, Wm., 202, 204

Wakefield:
-, Thos. of (fl. 1344), 25, 205
-, Thos. (fl. 1590-8), 68

Wakefield (Yorks. W.R.), 193, 219

Walcot, John of, 198

Waldby:
-, Rob., abp. of York, 29
-, Thos. (d. by 1767), 202, 204
-, Thos. (d. by 1773), 202, 204

Wales, prince of, 91, 210, 219, 294; and see Henry

Wales, 77, 185

Walkelin, 25, 205

Walker:
-, Caroline, 262, 269
-, Chas., 151, 233, 247
-, Geo. R., 274
-, J. R., 144
-, Jas. (prob. he who d. 1829), 207, 273
-, Jas., later Sir Jas. (d. 1883), 144
-, Jane, 236
-, John, 200
-, Rob. (fl. 1469), 200
-, Rob. (fl. 1718), 202
-, Rob. (d. 1856), 267, 277
-, Thos., 201
-, Lady, ? Maria, w. of Sir Jas., 207
-, fam., 152

Walker beck, 2, 23, 41, 53, 171, 174, 180, 190, 226

walkers, see fullers

Walker's Pasture Freemen's Gift, 145, 267

Walkington:
-, John, 198
-, Ric., 198

Walkington, 8, 206, 215, 224, 263
-, Broadgate Hosp. (East Riding lunatic asylum), 146-7, 224, 229, 273

Waller:
-, John, 200
-, Nic., 202-3
-, Thos. (fl. 1595-1606), 201, 203
-, Thos. (fl. 1640s, s. of last), 93

Wallis, Wm. M., 298

Walters, Ralph, 144

Waltham, Wm. of, 8, 234

Waltheof, —, s. of John, 20

Walton, John of, 198

Wandesford, Chris., 284

Wansford, Rob., 293

Warburton, John, 165

Ward:
-, Geo., 289
-, H. M., 209
-, H. W., 209
-, John, 143, 209
-, Ralph, 199

Wardell:
-, John (fl. 1554-7), 201
-, John (d. 1659), 298-9
-, John (d. 1667 or 1668), and his w. Theodosia, 298
-, Marg., m. Thos. Westby, 298
-, fam., 298

wards, constablewicks, 18, 36-7, 54-5, 75, 83-6, 103, 108-9, 120-1, 147, 162, 164, 170, 175, 223, 227, 262

Warren, Nic., 198

wars, see Civil War; Crimean War; First and Second World Wars; French Revolutionary Wars; Napoleonic Wars; Wars of the Roses; see also America, North; France; Holland; Scotland; Spain

Wars of the Roses, 34, 179

Warter:
-, John, 202-3
-, Rob., 199

Warter priory, 33, 182

Warton:
-, Chas., 185-6, 240, 261-2, 265, 267-70, 269
-, Eliz., m. Chas. Pelham, 210
-, John of, 198
-, Mary, m. Sir Jas. Pennyman, 210
-, Mic. (d. 1590), 74, 76, 80, 181, 201, 210, 273, 275, 288, 293, 305, 311
-, Mic. (d. 1645), 91-2, 241, 293, 305, 311
-, Sir Mic. (d. 1655), 74, 91, 93, 210, 213, 272-3, 275, 293, 298, 305, 311
-, Mic. (d. 1688), 93, 95, 98-9, 109-10, 179 n, 210, 214, 253, 261-2, 269-70, 273, 284, 299, 305-6
-, Sir Mic. (d. 1725), 99-100, 126-7, 134, 202, 210, 219, 236, 255, 261-2, 264, 267, 269, 270
-, Sir Ralph, 99-100, 127, 202, 240, 261, 267
-, Susanna, m. Sir John Newton, 210
-, fam., 78, 90, 94, 100, 109-10, 120, 126-8, 165, 181, 183, 185, 187 n, 240, 271, 273, 275-6, 284, 289, 293, 296, 305, 311
-, and see Wharton

Warwick, Hen., 199

watchmakers, 118, 277

water communications, 137, 141; and see Beverley beck; Hull, riv.

water mills, 81, 106, 115, 138, 218, 226, 271, 276-7, 313

water supply, waterworks, 111, 142-3, 145-8, 152, 171, 173, 223-4

'water towns', 12, 75, 161, 210, 291, 295, 301, 308

watermen, see boatmen

Watson:
-, Chas., 193
-, W. I., 209
-, fam., 190 n

Watson-Wentworth, Chas., marquis of Rockingham, 206

Watson & Pritchett, 193 n

Watt:
-, Francis, 286
-, Ric., 274, 286
-, Wm., 304

Watton, Rob. of, 198

Watton, 71

Watts, Hen., 200

Waudby, Amina, 268

Wawne, 41, 278, 296-7, 308; and see Meaux

Wayt:
-, Ralph, 26-7
-, Thos., 199

Weatherill:
-, Thos., 273, 298
-, Wm., 298

weavers, 39-41, 45-6, 81-2, 106, 116, 239

Webster:
-, John, 201
-, Wm., 200

Weddall (Woodhall), Hen., 288

Weel (in St. John's par.), 88, 122, 161-2, 164, 210, 262-4, 278, 291, 302, 308-13, 309
-, agric., 308, 310, 312
-, common lands, 15, 211, 264, 308, 310-12
-, drainage, 308, 313 n
-, ferry, 177, 308-9
-, greens, 309
-, inc., 264, 308-12
-, inns, 161, 309
-, institute, 309
-, man., 280, 310-13
-, man. ho., 310
-, mills, 313
-, mission room, 313
-, officers, 313
-, pop., 303, 310
-, prot. nonconf., 313
-, roads, 309
-, rubbish tip, 157, 266, 310
-, sch., 256, 260, 307, 313
-, shipyd., 140, 153, 308, 310, 313
-, tithes, 241, 311-13

Weighton, Market, 71, 137, 169, 243, 283

Welham, Ellis of, 12

Well, Rob., 200

Wells:
-, Dymoke, 130
-, John, 199
-, Wm. (fl. 1423-32), 199
-, Wm. (fl. 1852), 143

Welwick, 269

Wensley:
-, John, 200
-, Wm., 199

Wentworth, Thos., earl of Strafford, 91

Wentworth Castle (Yorks. W.R.), 186 n

Wesley, John, evangelist, 133, 243

West:
-, Helen, m. F. W. Slingsby, 280
-, Wm., 304

West bar, see Newbegin bar

West Indies, 128; and see Jamaica

West Wolds monthly meeting, 245

Westby:
-, Marg., see Wardell
-, Thos., 298
-, W. G., 298

Westmorland, earl of, see Neville, Ralph (d. 1484), and Ralph (d. 1499)

Westmorland, 57, 185, 243

Weston, Ric., 205

Westow, John, 201

Westowby:
-, Eliz., see Taylor
-, John, 310

Westwood Hospital, 189, 230

Westwood with Hurn, frontispiece, 2, 15-16, 27, 34, 38, 51, 62, 69-70, 120, 141, 157, 162, 167, 174, 177, 179-80, 187, 211-18, 241
-, amenity value, 132, 137, 142, 154-5, 160, 189, 216
-, assemblies, 71, 75, 217, 245
-, brickmaking, 117, 218
-, Burton Bushes (Hill), 214-15, 217
-, chalk, clay, gravel, sand, 27, 33, 182, 216-18
-, Hurn (first use of name), 214
-, mkt., 221
-, limekilns, 16, 33, 122, 217
-, parrocks, 69, 214, 217
-, races, racecourse, 107, 111, 131, 141, 150, 160, 187, 206, 207, 214, 216-17
-, sports, 62, 74, 125, 141, 150-1, 217
-, tan gallop, 206
-, windmills, 82, 106, 115, 138, 141, 216-18
-, woodland, 16, 26-7, 33, 87-8, 211, 214-15, 217, 239

Wetwang, 57

Wharf, Wm., 200

Wharram:
-, Alan of (fl. 1297), 60
-, Alan of (d. by 1330, the same or s. of last), 60
-, Maud, w. of Alan of (d. by 1330), 60

Wharton:
-, (formerly Hall), John, 125, 127, 129-30
-, Ric., 72
-, Sir Thos., later Ld. Wharton, 65, 73, 76, 273
-, fam., 273
-, and see Wharton

Wheatley, Wm., 199

wheelwrights, 137

Whigs, 101, 121, 127-30

Whincop, Thos., curate of minster, 79, 233

Whipp, Thos., 80

Whitaker, Thos., 312

Whitby (Yorks. N.R.), 9

White:
-, Hugh, 201
-, John, 200
-, Rob., 200
-, Thos. (fl. 1381), 22
-, Thos. (fl. 1406), 198
-, Thos. (fl. 1406-53, another), 198, 239
-, fam., 178

White Cross (in Leven), 168

Whitefield, Geo., 243

Whiteing, Ric., 181

whitesmiths, 137-8

whiting manufacture, 118, 140, 159, 223, 271, 277

Whitton:
-, Jas., 188
-, Marm., 188, 194

Whytehead, Wm., 299

Wiche, Thos., 199

Wickwane, Wm., abp. of York, 14-16, 20, 190, 211

wig maker, 118

Wighill (Yorks. W.R.), 72

Wigthon, Hen., 182

Wilberforce:
-, Sam., 202
-, Thos. (fl. 1565-73), 80 n, 201
-, Thos. (fl. 1709-20), 202, 204, 243
-, Wm. (d. 1655), 94, 202-3
-, Wm. (d. 1703), 97, 101-2, 202, 204

Wilbert, Edw., 202, 204

Wiles:
-, Chas., 274, 300
-, Emily, 274
-, Geo., 300
-, Hen., 274
-, fam., 300

Wilforth, John, 199

Wilkinson:
-, John (fl. 1456-61), 199
-, John (fl. 1513-22), 200
-, Tate, 207
-, Wm., 298

Willerby:
-, John, 58
-, Pet. of, 58

William I, 5, 7

William III, see Orange

Williams:
-, John (fl. 1823-35), 121, 203, 205
-, John (d. c. 1855), and his w. Mary, 303-4
-, Rob., 304

Williamson:
-, John, 199
-, Sir Jos., 98
-, Lambert, 80

Willimot:
-, Avice, see Gervays
-, John, 58

Willis, John, 205

Willoughby, Wm., 74

Wilmot:
-, John, 200
-, Ric., 200

Wilson:
-, Clive, 229
-, Jos., vicar of St. Mary's, 95-6, 237, 242
-, Nic., 72
-, Ric. (fl. 1497), 200
-, Ric. (fl. 1536). 72, 200
-, Ric. (fl. 1557-75), 201, 203
-, Ric. (fl. 1708), 202
-, Ric. (fl. 1831-44), 273
-, Wm. (d. by 1816), 134, 230, 261-4, 267-8
-, Wm. (d. c. 1831), 273-4

Wilton:
-, John (fl. 1352), 47, 233
-, John (fl. 1457), 199
-, Steph., 233
-, Thos., 61, 199
-, Wm. (fl. 1405-42), 198
-, Wm. (fl. 1540), 201

Wilton, Bishop, see Greenwick

Winchester (Hants), 57

windmills, 54, 81-2, 106, 115, 138, 174, 179, 277, 282, 290, 300, 306, 313; and see Westwood

wine and spirit merchant, 121

Winestead, 58, 73-4

Winkton, Rog., 198

Winlove, Wm., 183, 233, 293, 301

Winn, Chas., 130-1

Wintringham, Wm., 205

Wintringham, 57

Wise:
-, A. J., 210
-, Wm. (fl. 1536), see 'Wythes'
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1677), 103, 109, 205, 285

Wither, John, 199

Withernsea, 57

Witty:
-, Geo., 202-3
-, Wm., 200

wolds, 2, 5, 35, 57, 85, 116, 142, 281

Wollaston:
-, Emily, see Telford
-, Ric., 280
-, fam., 280

Wollstonecraft:
-, Mary, 135
-, fam., 135

Wolsey, Thos., abp. of York, 63

Wolverton, Ld., see Glynn, Geo. C.

Wood:
-, John, 199
-, Rob., 275

wood or timber sales, 16, 33, 69, 87-8, 104-5, 141, 165, 217, 275-6

woodcarver, 147, 186, 189

Woodhall:
-, Hen., see Weddall
-, Joan, m. Sir Sim. of Heslerton, 284
-, Rog. of (fl. c. 1270), 284-5
-, Rog. of (fl. c. 1300 another), 284
-, Sir Wm. of (fl. before c. 1270), 284
-, Wm. of (d. by 1343), 284
-, fam., 284

woodland, 2; and see Beverley Parks; Eske; Molescroft; Westwood

Woodmansey:
-, Chas. H., 274
-, Geo., 274
-, Wm., 72

Woodmansey (in St. John's par.), 161-2, 164, 190, 210, 239 n, 271, 276, 295-301, 296
-, agric., 214, 276, 298-300
-, burial ground for, 235, 301
-, chap., 231, 277, 297, 301
-, common lands, 296-300
-, drainage, 296-7
-, inc., 296-300
-, ind., 157, 300
-, inn, 297
-, officers, 277, 300
-, par. counc., 235, 300
-, poor relief, 300
-, pop., 272, 297-8
-, prot. nonconf., 244-5, 301
-, road, 166-7, 295-7
-, sch., 263, 297, 301
-, tithes, 298-300
-, village hall, 297
-, and see Sneerholmes

woodworkers, woodworking, 45, 114, 117, 137; and see bollers; bowyers; box-makers; cabinet makers; carpenters; cartwrights; carvers; coachmakers; coopers; fletchers; joiners; motor vehicle and furniture components manufacture; musical instrument manufacture; patten makers; shipwrights; staffmakers; turners; wheelwrights

wool trade, see cloth

Woolley, Edw., 299

workhouses, 133, 142, 190, 192, 230, 243, 252, 300

Working Men's Conservative Association, 143, 208

Wormald, Smith, 304

Worrall, Rob., 219

Wragby:
-, John, 198
-, Wal. of, 12

Wray, John, 298

Wreathall, Clement C., 274

wrecks, see strays

Wreghitt, Wm., 145

Wressell, John, 202, 204

Wressle, 77

Wride:
-, Anne, 237, 261-2
-, Rob., 202, 204
-, Wal., 202, 204

Wright:
-, John, 200
-, Jos., 249

wrights, see carpenters

Wrightson:
-, Thos., 117, 186, 207
-, fam., 187

Wrote, Rob., 75

Wyatt, Wm., 200

Wyke, 11

Wylie, Rob., 203

Wytham, Eleanor, 280

'Wythes' (? Wise), Wm., 72

Yarborough:
-, Baron, see Pelham, Chas. (d. 1823)
-, earl of, see Pelham, Chas. (d. 1846)

Yole:
-, Thos. (fl. 1366), 198
-, Thos. (fl. 1394-1429), 198

York:
-, Cecily of, m. 2 Amand de Surdeval, 279-80
-, Nic. of, 279
-, Ric., 198
-, Wm. of (d. 1256), provost of St. John's coll., 279
-, Wm. of (d. 1282), 279
-, Wm. of (fl. 1282), rector of Patrington, 279
-, (later Hebden), Wm. of (fl. 1286-1316), 279
-, Wm. of, one of the above, 280

York, 79, 92-4, 100, 160, 184, 197, 208
-, assizes, 214
-, castle, 79, 265
-, chart. and customs, 19, 39
-, communications, 8, 137, 154, 166-9, 178
-, disputes with, 103
-, inhabs., 19, 39, 57-8, 106, 187, 189, 192, 193 n, 206, 234-5, 259, 280
-, Merchant Tailors' Hall, 190 n
-, plays, 79 n
-, prison, 191
-, races, 132
-, Rom. Cath. district, 242
-, theatre, 132, 207
-, waits, 79

York, cath. ch. of St. Peter (minster), 12, 16, 233
-, abp., 13, 16, 30, 41, 61, 74, 77, 90, 147, 231 n
-, arms of see, 196
-, as lord of Beverley, 1, 3, 11-20, 26, 28, 32, 34-6, 38-40, 63-4, 70, 73, 81, 164, 169, 178, 190-1, 210, 218-19, 222, 282; and see prisons
-, as patron of ch., 232, 236, 241
-, estates of, 7, 13, 15, 23, 55, 69, 161-2, 166, 275-6, 280, 284, 286, 290, 292, 298, 310, 312; and see park
-, man. ho., 14, 29, 191-2, 271, 273, 276
-, officers, 11-14, 17, 19, 23, 25-6, 28-9, 35, 40, 55, 57, 63-5, 70, 72-3, 218-19, 275
-, and see Aelfric; Arundel; Bayeux; Booth; Bovill; Bowet; Corbridge; Cynesige; Dawes; Drummond; Ealdred; Geoffrey; Gerard; Giffard; Greenfield; Grey; Grindal; Harsnett; Herring; Hutton; John of York; Kemp; Lee; Melton, Wm.; Neile; Neville, Alex. and Geo.; Pont L'Évêque; Romeyn; Sandes; Savage, Thos.; Scrope, Ric. le; Thurstan; Waldby, Rob.; Wickwane; Zouche
-, canon, 8, 234
-, Ct. of High Commission, 79
-, eccl. cts., 89-90

York and North East Yorkshire police, 194

Yorke:
-, Gillian, see Hansby
-, Sir John, 284

Yorkshire, 3, 7, 9, 11-12, 17, 19, 71, 77, 128, 169, 265, 308
-, Ld. Lieutenant, 74
-, military affairs, 83 n, 91-2, 129

Yorkshire, East Riding, 1, 3, 9, 13, 60, 112, 151
-, agric., 113, 274
-, archdeacon, 235
-, ch., 95, 237
-, communications, 154, 168
-, constabulary, 194, 228, 242
-, county counc., 152, 160, 168-9, 192, 194-6, 231, 251-2, 254, 264, 273, 275, 294
-, county hall and offices, 188, 189, 192, 194-5, 239 n
-, Ct. of Sewers for E. Parts, 112, 271, 278, 282, 291, 296
-, fire brigade, 228
-, ho. of correction, 190, 192, 193-4, 193, 242, 252
-, inhabitants, 99, 148, 246, 269, 274
-, J.P.s, 11, 67, 107, 110, 112, 161, 190, 193-5
-, land, 109
-, libr. service, 247
-, L.E.A., 152, 251-2
-, ld. and dep. lieutenants, 99, 112, 131
-, lunatic asylum, see Walkington
-, militia, 112, 131
-, pop., 160
-, regy. of deeds for E.R. and Hull, 112, 194
-, sessions ho., 112, 132, 145, 156, 187, 188, 190, 192-3, 193, 194, 228, 242, 255
-, smallpox hosp., 230
-, surveyor of Crown lands, 65

Yorkshire, North Riding, see Barnby; Beningbrough Hall; Hackness; Malton; Middlesborough; Mount Grace priory; Murton; Richmond; Rokeby Park; Scarborough; Skelton Castle; Stittenham; Thirsk Hall; Whitby

Yorkshire, West Riding, 56, 71, 94, 106, 114, 147, 169, 194, 233, 238, 247, 303; and see Adwalton Moor; Barnsley; Bretton Hall; Cawood; Doncaster; Halifax; Hebden; Keighley; Knaresborough; Leeds; Marshland; Nostell Priory; Selby; Sheffield; Towton; Wakefield; Wentworth Castle; Wighill

Yorkshire College, 252

Yorkshire Naturalists' Trust, 279

Yorkshire Union of Mechanics' Institutes, 208

Yorkshire Water Authority, 217, 279, 292, 296

Young:
-, John, 20, 198
-, Wm., 201

Ypres (Belgium), 39

Zouche, Wm., abp. of York, 13, 55