Yorkshire Ancestors

THE NATIONAL TELEPHONE CO.'s DIRECTORY, NORTHERN SECTION, 1904-5

Including Alnwick, Bradford, Doncaster, Durham, Goole, Halifax, Harrogate, Hexham, Hull, Huddersfield, Leeds, Middlesbrough, Morpeth, Newcastle, Scarborough, Settle, Sheffield, South Shields, Wakefield, Whitby, York and many more Towns and Villages....

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THE OLD COACHING DAYS IN YORKSHIRE

With some superb illustrations by the author, Tom Bradley, this history paints a picture of life on the road in the days before trains. Wrtten in 1889....

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THE OLD INNS & INN SIGNS OF YORK

Illustrated by the author, T.P. Cooper, and written in 1897. A super book, and a must for anyone interested in the ancient City of York. The book on this CD is machine searchable....

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THE ORIGIN OF KINGSTON UPON HULL, and of the Port of Hull,

Also on the Camin Charter, the Meaux Register (including the "Old" River Hull tradition), and glimpses of mediaeval Hull by J. Travis-Cook 1909...

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THE PRIORY AND PECULIAR OF SNAITH

Snaith was a peculiar; that is, it had an Ecclesiastical Court of its own, exempt in many matters from the jurisdiction of the Bishop of the Diocese. The Court had jurisdiction over the townships of Snaith, Balne, Cowick, Gowdall, Heck, Hensall, Pollington, Carlton, Armin, Hook, Rawcliffe, Goole, Swinefleet, Reedness, Whitgift and Ousefleet. The Priory Church dated from the 11th century, but there...

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THE RURAL ECONOMY OF YORKSHIRE, 1788 - by Mr. Marshall

A complete journal of tenancy laws, domestic animal breeding, weaning, rearing, etc., dairy produce, domestic arrangements, husbandry, servants, markets, soil types, tillage, silage, drainage, crops grown, building types, building practices, timber types and uses and, finally, a little help with dialect speech in a chapter entitled 'Provincialisms' ..... everything you need to know about life in r...

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THE TRIAL OF JONATHAN MARTIN

A full and authentic report of the trial of the lunatic Jonathan Martin, who set York Minster on fire on February 2nd 1829; at the Castle of York on Tuesday, 31st March 1829...

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THE VILLAGE COOPER

The Memoirs of Francis Barr Memoirs of the life, character and labours of Francis Barr, local preacher, &c., Sheriff Hutton, Easingwold Circuit, in the County of York, by Willliam Smith. Written in 1869...

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THE VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE

The Visitation of Yorkshire. Made in the years 1584/5, by Robert Glover, Somerset Herald. Also the subsequent visitation made in 1612 by Richard St. George, Norroy King of Arms. With several additional pedigrees and indexes. The book on this CD is machine searchable...

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THE WEB OF AN OLD WEAVER by J. Keighley Snowden.

Printed 1896. An interesting account of the life of an old weaver with particular emphasis on the Kildwick area...

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THEY KEPT FAITH by John Rushton.

First published 1967. This edition, with foreword by the author, is specially made for publication on CD. A tremendous insight into the hearts and minds of the men and women of North East Yorkshire, who founded and attended the non-conformist churches and chapels. Hundreds of names listed in the congregation rolls. Fully searchable....

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THOROUGH GUIDE TO YORKSHIRE c1892

Part 1, The East Coast, York, and the Country between the N.E. Main Line and the Sea, also the Cathedral and Castle of Durham; Part 2, The West and Part of the North Riding and all Parts of the Country West of the N.E. Main Line also Barnard Castle. Illustrated with 28 maps and plans. The book on this CD is machine searchable...

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TOPCLIFFE AND MORLEY - THE CHAPEL REGISTERS Baptisms 1654-1830, Burials 1654-1888

Indexes of Places and Surnames from the registers of Topcliffe Congregational Chapel and Morley Old Chapel with Inscriptions in the Old Chapel Graveyard. (Please note: This Topcliffe is near Leeds, in the West Riding - not to be confused with Topcliffe, near Thirsk in the North Riding)...

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TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF YORKSHIRE 1822

Thomas Langdale's work of 1822. Where to find places in Yorkshire's three Ridings. An alphabetical listing of all the towns, villages, hamlets, gentlemens' seats, &c., giving distances to market or post towns, brief histories of notable antiquities, and the names of magistrates,lieutenants and other officers of the County....

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TOURISTS’ GUIDE TO THE EAST AND NORTH RIDINGS OF YORKSHIRE 1884 With map and plan.

"All the favourite places of resort, both on the coast and inland" Giving a general description and detailed description of Road and Rail Excursions. First published 1884. Even though many of the railways featured in these excursions no longer exist, this guide will make you want to go there! The book on this CD is machine searchable....

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TRAMPS & DRIVES in the CRAVEN HIGHLANDS, written in 1895 by Harry Speight,

Historian and author of many Yorkshire books...

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WARD’S DIRECTORY OF DARLINGTON, HARTLEPOOL, WEST HARTLEPOOL, REDCAR & COATHAM, MIDDLESBROUGH, STOCKTON & THORNABY, and surrounding villages, 1908 Free P&P

With Town & County Guide, Almanac for 1909, Commercial and Family Advertiser. The whole district was canvassed door to door, by agents, resulting in a very comprehensive listing of the manufacturers, traders and private residents which, the publisher states, "is not absolutely correct, as a work of this kind cannot be produced without some inaccuracies, but is so free from errors that it may be us...

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WELTON & ITS NEIGHBOURHOOD

History of the parish of Welton, with adjacent places. Very rare publication...

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WENSLEYDALE AND THE LOWER VALE OF THE YORE by Edmund Bogg.

From Ouseburn to Lunds Fell. Includes 125 illustrations. The book on this CD is machine searchable...

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WHITBY AND ITS SHIPPING

A delightful book, featuring many histories of the ancient town and the ships, their owners, their voyages and their crews...

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WHITKIRK - RECORDS OF THE PARISH Parish Registers 1603-1700

A list of surnames in the registers, Churchwardens accounts 1653-4 to 1687-8. Some Family Histories. Historical notes on the Church and Churchyard, the Rectory and Vicarage, Parish Benefactors, Halton Feast, Templenewsam history, Austhorpe, Manston, Seacroft, Killingbeck, Whitebridge, Morwick, Scholes, Newland, Roundhay....

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YORK RECORDS OF THE FOURTEENTH, FIFTEENTH AND SIXTEENTH CENTURIES

Extracts edited in 1843, by Robert Davies F.S.A. "The Editor has selected such portions as he thought were best calculated to throw light upon the condition of the city, and the manners, customs, language, and domestic habits and circumstances of its inhabitants, during the period to which they relate, and to assist in the elucidation of historical events"...

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YORKSHIRE COATS OF ARMS

Coats of Arms of the Nobility and Gentry in Yorkshire, Part One of a work by J. Horsfall Turner, 1911. Giving references to the works where families and pedigrees are mentioned, and indicating where the arms are to be found—on buildings, tombs, windows &c., and also Heraldic descriptions. Machine searchable text....

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YORKSHIRE ILLUSTRATIONS OF ENGLISH HISTORY Written in 1865.

The history of Yorkshire, on this CD, from mysteries and fables, chronicles and ancient documents, shows the effects of various events in England’s history on the County of Yorkshire and its inhabitants. Battles, monks, monasteries, and manufacturing industries, from the dim twilight of the years B.C. to 1688A.D....

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