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XX00292611
DVD:Room on the Broom:2013
Author: Donaldson, Julia
Year: 2013
Format: DVD
Class no: CHILDREN
ISBN: 5030305516536, XX00292611
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XX00419272
Paperback:Room on the broom:2016
Author: Donaldson, Julia
Year: 2016
Format: Paperback
Class no: PIC
ISBN: 9781447202639
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0333903382
Paperback:Room on the broom:2002
Author: Donaldson, Julia
Year: 2002
Format: Paperback
Class no: PIC
ISBN: 9780333903384, 0333903382
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0230766242
Hardback:Room on the broom sound book:2012
Author: Donaldson, Julia
Year: 2012
Format: Hardback
Class no: PIC
ISBN: 9780230766242, 0230766242
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1405053666
Mixed media:Room on the broom and other songs:2006
Author: Donaldson, Julia
Year: 2006
Format: Mixed media
Class no: J782.74
ISBN: 9781405053662, 1405053666
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1447235266
Paperback:Room on the broom:2013
Author: Donaldson, Julia
Year: 2013
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Class no: BEG
ISBN: 9781447235262
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1509804773
Paperback:Room on the broom:2016
Author: Donaldson, Julia
Year: 2016
Format: Paperback
Class no: PIC
ISBN: 9781509804771
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1509876286
Hardback:The room on the broom cookbook, Packed with magical recipes:2018
Author: Donaldson, Julia
Author: Donaldson, Julia
Author: Scheffler, Axel
Year: 2018
Format: Hardback
Class no: J641.512
ISBN: 9781509876280
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1405021748
Paperback:Room on the Broom. Storytime edition:2003
Author: Donaldson, Julia
Year: 2003
Format: Paperback
Class no: PIC
ISBN: 9781405021746, 1405021748
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1405091010
Paperback:Room on the broom and other songs:2007
Author: Donaldson, Julia
Year: 2007
Format: Paperback
Class no: J782.74
ISBN: 9781405091015
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BX00415797
DVD:Room on the broom (Subtitles):2019
Author: Donaldson, Julia
Author: Anderson, Gillian
Author: Brydon, Rob
Year: 2019
Format: DVD
Class no: CHILDREN
ISBN: 5039036092043, BX00415797
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1847392822
Paperback:A spring affair:2009
Author: Johnson, Milly
Year: 2009
Format: Paperback
Class no: AF
ISBN: 9781847392824
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Publication Year: 1797
Media type: Other material
Page 3 John Fall jnr. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. Property: Thorpe Field Farm. Farm house, barn, stable, granary and cowhouse. 173 acres.
Page 4 John Watson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. Property: Hag House Farm. Farm house, barn, stable, granary under the same roof. A detached barn all built at the tenant's expense. 173 acres.
Page 5 & 6 Ralph Rob. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. Property: Park Farm. A new built farm house, barn, stable, and granary under the same roof. Cowhouse, carthouse and hovels. All in good repair with two yards walled in. Also a new farm house with a kitchen adjoining. Stable, cowhouse pigscots, a hovel detached. 220 acres. All built by the tenant in the last four years. This tenant has expended upwards of £500 in substantial new buildings on the estate, on which account he was abated from the valuation.
Page 7 & 8 William Milner. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. Property: Thorpfield Farm. Farm house, small barn, stable and pigscot, poultry house and hovels, all in tight repair. 283 acres.
Page 9 William Kidson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. Property: Gristwaite Dairy Farm. Farm house, barn, stable, cowhouse, pigscot and hovels. All in tight repair. 139 acres.
Page 10 William Wood. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. Property: Wood's Tenement. Farm house, barn, stable, pigsties and cart hovel. All in tolerably good repair. 76 acres.
Page 11 John Yeates. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. A cottage and smith's shop, a detached stable adjoining the churchyard. And detached a small barn in Colllins's Common Close. 47 acres.
Page 12 Henry Fall. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. A good farm house, barn, stables, cowhouse, pigsties and carthouse. 145 acres.
Page 13 Thomas Fall. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. Farm house, barn, stable and cowhouse,granary over it, and a new stable and granary over it. Carthouse, hovels and pigscots all in tight repair. 205 acres.
Page 14 & 15. William Walbran. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 for twenty-one years. Place: Topcliffe. Property: Richmond Farm or Common House. A new good house, barn, a range containing stable, cowhouse and an old house, nearly adjoining, and a barn at the yard late Richmond's. 226 acres. This tenant has expended £400 in building a new house, and agrees to expend £300 more in suitable farm buildings thereto.
Page 16 Abraham Peacock. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 for twenty-one years. Place: Topcliffe. Property: The Angel Inn and Farm. A public house, a detached brewhouse, stable, barn and two stables, two other stables, carthouse, pigsties and hovels. Also a large stone and tiled toll booth. Likewise cottage in bad repair, part of which is occupied by John Cartrick. 73 acres.
Page 17 Ralph Dale. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. Farm house, barn, stable, cowhouse, cart sheds etc. All except the barn in tolerable repair. 90 acres.
Page 18 Widow Croft. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. Cottage and small barn, stable, cowhouse. All old and in bad repair. 22 acres.
Page 19 John Lascelles. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. Farm house, built about six years since by the tenant, with a barn and stable. The last two in bad condition. 52 acres.
Page 20 George Walbran. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. Property: Manor House Farm. A good farm house with stable and granary adjoining, barn, cowhouse, pigscots, hovels etc all in tolerable repair. 205 acres.
Page 21 George Peacock. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. Property: Aylmer Farm. Farm house, barn, stable, cowhouses etc. All in ...tolerable repair. 121 acres. The 5 pieces marked (a) are subject to pay 5s per annum to The Poor of Topcliffe, and the Farm must be let subject to that sum being paid by the tenant.
Page 22 John Horner. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. Cottage and hovel at the end of the town and new allotment adjoining. 6 acres.
Page 22 George Lockey. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. Cottage with a hovel adjoining, in the occupation of George Kay 3 acres.
Page 23 George Croft. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. No buildings. 66 acres.
Page 24 Joseph Jarvis. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. Cottage with a range of stables and cowsheds all in bad repair. Also on the opposite side of the road a new cottage and old shop built by the tenant. 8 acres.
Page 25 William Haton. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. Property: Sannam's Farm. A small farm house with a barn and stable adjoining. 65 acres.
Page 27 & 28. John Smith. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. Property: The Park House Farm. A good farm house, three stables, barn with two floors, dove house, cowhouse all in good repair and chiefly built by the tenant at his own expense. With a walled-in fold yard. 481 acres. This tenant having expended upwards of £1000 in substantial buildings, and in dividing and inclosing the Park Land. The difference between the new rent and valuation is abated.
Page 29 Richard Hudson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. Property: Carlton Lanes Farm. A small farm house, barn, stable, cowhouse etc in tolerably good repair. Detached cowhouses. 169 acres.
Page 30 Elizabeth Raynes. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. Farm house, barn and stable, cowhouse, carthouse, pigsties, hovels. The whole being in tolerably good repair. 111 acres. This farm is let to heirs of Elizabeth Raynes.
Page 31 John Gulliver. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. An old cottage with a hovel adjoining and orchard. 3 acres.
Page 31 John Clarkson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. A cottage and pigscot. 1 acres.
Page 32 George Lumley. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. A cottage with detached stable, cowhouse, pigscot and a garden and orchard behind. 3 acres.
Page 32 William Richardson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. A cottage with a cowhouse and detached hovel. 4 acres.
Page 33 John Kay. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. A neat cottage with a smith's shop, let to Charles Gregg, and a hovel. 4 acres.
Page 33 William Sadler. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. A house and an old cottage with a cow hovel under the same roof. 7 acres.
Page 34 John Raper. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. A cottage, shoe maker's shop and cowhouse in bad repair, with orchard and garden. 4 acres.
Page 34 Thomas Paul. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. A cottage with a stable and hovel and a garth and orchard behind. 10 acres.
Page 35 Thomas Jacques. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. A cottage opposite the church with cowhouse and stable. 3 acres.
Page 35 Thomas Smith. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. A cottage with a hovel, stable and pigsty, which he lets lie empty. With right of passage.
Page 35 Mary Wilkinson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. A newly erected cottage with coal shed, cowhouse, pigsty and garth behind. 4 acres.
Page 36 Joseph Dresser. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. Property: Topcliffe Mill. A very capital stack of undershot water corn mills. Five stories high with inside two water wheels and five pair of stones. A kiln for drying wheat, another for drying oats. Dressing mill etc. A capital messuage three stories high formerly used for two dwelling houses, a large range of buildings detached containing back kitchen, dove house, granary, two stables, two other stables adjoining the mill, pigsties, another stable and chaise house. The whole in substantial repair and the tenant carrying on, not only a very large grist trade, but also breaks down a considerable quantity of wheat for the bakers. Also detached and situate in Topcliffe village, a newly erected building opposite The Angel Inn conatining two large corn chambers above and underneath are two dwellings let to Christopher Gregg and Joseph Wetherell each having a hovel etc. 48 acres. Let to Joseph Dresser and Joseph his son.
Page 37 Henry Johnson jnr. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. A large cottage in two dwellings built by tenant. 8 acres.
Page 38 Francis Moyser. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. An entirely new farmhouse, stable, cowhouse, granary, half a barn, old barn, stable, cowhouse, in good repair. Also detached a neat hovel in good repair. 144 acres.
Ann Tanfield. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. A small cottage in Topcliffe with pigsty and cowhouse adjoining in good repair, done at tenant's expense. 6 acres.
Page 40 John Pickard. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. A small farm house and barn under the same roof with a small stable. Hovels and a fold yard. The house and hovels built by the tenant. 110 acres.
Page 41 John Brittain. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. An old cottage with stable, hovel etc. 5 acres.
Page 42 Thomas Seward. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. Property: The Black Horse Public House & Farm. A cottage in Topcliffe village used as an alehouse, lean-to detached granary, stable and brewhouse, barn, cowhouses and hovel. In tolerable good repair done at the tenant's expense. 67 acres.
Page 43 Thomas Wetherill. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. Property: West Lodge Farm. A very old house, barn, stable and cowhouse. 201 acres.
Page 44 Thomas Pickersgill. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. Property: Salmon Hall. An old farm house, barn,and a new barn, stable, cowhouse, cart house, pigsties. A great part of which has been erected at the tenant' expense. A building containing a cowhouse stable and shed. 76 acres.
Page 45 Thomas Kidson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. Property: The Half Moon Public House. An old house with stable, cowhouse, pigsty. Detached barn and hovels etc. 15 acres.
Page 46 Thomas Gaines. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. A farm house, barn, stable and hovel. In tolerable good repair. 93 acres.
Page 47 George Coates. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. Property: Park Barn Farm. A small cottage, barn, stable, hovels etc. All under one roof. 102 acres.
Page 48 John Wright. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. Property: Lowhouse Farm. A good farm house, barn, stable, cowhouse, pigsties, fold yard walled round. 90 acres.
Page 49 William Hodgson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. A small house and barn adjoining with a cart house. Very slight and much out of repair. 58 acres. The tenant does not reside on this farm but on his estate adjoining.
Page 50 John Coldwell. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. No buildings. 28 acres. Allotment. Upon the enclosure of Thirsk in right of the Park Land within the parish.
Page 51 William Pickersgill. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. A cottage on the waste, barn and stable. In good repair. 57 acres.
Page 52 John Wetherell. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. A small house, barn and stable, built by the tenant. 35 acres.
Page 53 Thomas Wilson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. The moiety of a cottage with William Gaines. Cowhouse and half a barn. 2 acres.
Page 53 William Gaines. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. The moiety of a cottage with Thomas Wilson. Cowhouse and half a barn. 2 acres.
Page 54 Robert Darley Waddilove. Tenancy: To be continued. Place: Topcliffe. Property: Mount Egremont. The cottages are now taken down and the land planted and formed into a vicarage house. The Revd.
Page 54 Mary Wass. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. An old cottage in good condition. 2 acres. Widow.
Page 55 William Gaines jnr. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. An old cottage in bad repair adjoining the Workhouse, with a garth behind. 3 acres.
Page 55 John Gibson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. The moiety of an old cottage with carpenter's shop and yard in bad repair. 3 acres.
Page 56 Richard Eshelby. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. The moiety of an old cottage, adjoining the churchyard. A newly erected building in three dwellings with a hovel adjoining the churchyard, in the occupation of himself, Hester Dale and Widow Allen, being built at the tenant's expense. 8 acres.
Page 56 Ralph Leadley. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. An old cottage with cowhouse etc in ordinary repair. One dwelling let to Wiliam Marwood, a garth and garden containing together. 3 acres.
Page 57 Thomas Jennings. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. A small cottage and sadler's shop with a pigscot etc. adjoining the churchyard. 3 acres.
Page 57 Peter Blakey. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. The moiety of a cottage with cowhouse etc erected on the waste near the toll booth. 2 acres.
Page 57 Widow Danson. Tenancy: To be continued. Place: Topcliffe. The moiety of a cottage with cowhouse etc erected on the waste near the toll booth. 2 acres.
Page 58 William Gibson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. A cottage, cowhouse and joiner's shop. 5 acres.
Page 58 Christopher Gibson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. A cottage in two dwellings, deatched stable, carpenter's shop built at the tenant's expense. 3 acres.
Page 59 Christopher Croft. Tenancy: To be continued. Place: Topcliffe. A hut of a cottage erected on the waste near Mount Egremont.
Page 59 Thomas Browne. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. A hut of a cottage erected on the waste near Mount Egremont. With a cow hovel, pigsty etc. Under the Bank leading to the Mill in the Horse Fair. 2 acres.
Page 59 John Cartman. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. A very old cottage in bad order with a small garden. 3 acres.
Page 60 Richard Shotter. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. The moiety of a cottage with a cowhouse, under Piles roof with garth and garden. 3 acres.
Page 60 John Pile. Tenancy: To be continued. Place: Topcliffe. The moiety of a cottage with a cowhouse and a very small garden.
Page 60 John Metcalf. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. A small cottage adjoining the turnpike house with a garden. 3 acres.
Page 61 William Parker. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. Property: Newby Park Farm. A good farm house, barn, stable, cowhouse, hovels etc. All except the barn in good condition. 108 acres.
Page 62 William Barker. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. Property: Barker's Farm. The only building is a new barn with a lean-to stable built by the tenant. 86 acres.
Page 63 William Leadley. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. A newly erected house, stables and cowhouse, a very old barn, detached granary and stable and a carthouse hovels etc. 59 acres.
Page 64 Thomas Bolton. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. A farm house, stable and cowhouse at the end, and a carthouse. 46 acres.
Page 65 Christopher Clarkson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. A small house, and a lean-to stable, with a deatched barn, cowhouse and ordinary stable. 79 acres.
Page 66 William Harker. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. A cottage with coal house, barn, stable and cowhouse. 7 acres.
Page 67 Richard Bolton. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. House, a back kitchen, detached granary, stable with a garth. 3 acres.
Page 67 John Leadley. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. No details of buildings. 2 acres.
Page 68 William Pickard. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. An old cottage with stable with the garth. 2 acres.
Page 68 Jane Brittain. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. A very small cottage and stable with garth and orchard. 4 acres.
Page 69 William Braithwaite. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. An ordinary cottage with a little cow hovel and pigscot under one roof, and a garden etc. 2 acres.
Page 69 Edward Theakston. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. A cottage with butcher's shop, stable and a garden. 3 acres. Shared tenancy with John Middleton.
Page 69 John Middleton. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. A cottage with butcher's shop, stable and a garden. 3 acres. Shared tenancy with Edward Theakston.
Page 70 Mr Fawdrington. Place: Topcliffe. acres. Pays a rent of 2s per year, for a piece of land which was formerly a road to the Ings in the occupation of Clarkson, and to that extent may not be lost. We recommend that some stones or posts be placed on the boundary.
Page 70 Elizabeth Payler. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. A small cottage at the North End of Aisenby village, and a cow hovel. 1 acres.
Page 70 William Yates. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. A cottage, smith's shop and hovel with a small garth. 4 acres.
Page 71 Christopher Gregg. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. For an allotment from Manor Wood. 3 acres.
Page 71 Joseph Wetherell. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. For an allotment from Manor Wood. 3 acres.
Page 72 Thomas Browne. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. Property: Part of late Jackson's. A cottage on the Waste. 1 acres. Rent included in Coate's.
Page 72 Richard Gaines. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Topcliffe. Property: Part of late Jackson's. A cottage on the Waste. 1 acres. Rent included in Coate's.
Page 73 Thomas Paul. Place: Topcliffe. For a horse road at the end his house. A sum paid for the encroachment from the Waste in the manor of Topcliffe.
John Buckle. Place: Topcliffe. For a house and garden. A sum paid for the encroachment from the Waste in the manor of Topcliffe.
Henry Johnson. Place: Topcliffe. For a willow garth and for a piece of ground adjoining the new Turnpike Road. A sum paid for the encroachment from the Waste in the manor of Topcliffe.
Thomas Jennings. Place: Topcliffe. For a house. A sum paid for the encroachment from the Waste in the manor of Topcliffe.
Richard Gaines. Place: Topcliffe. For a house and garden. A sum paid for the encroachment from the Waste in the manor of Topcliffe.
Mrs Hodgson. Place: Catton. For a piece of ground at the front of her house. A sum paid for the encroachment from the Waste in the manor of Topcliffe.
Widow Geldard. Place: Catton. For a piece of ground. A sum paid for the encroachment from the Waste in the manor of Topcliffe.
John Sutheran. Place: Catton. For a garth. A sum paid for the encroachment from the Waste in the manor of Topcliffe.
Henry Rowel. Place: Catton. For a garth. A sum paid for the encroachment from the Waste in the manor of Topcliffe.
William Barker. Place: Catton. For a house and garth. A sum paid for the encroachment from the Waste in the manor of Topcliffe.
William Russell. Place: Catton. A piece of ground within his farm. A sum paid for the encroachment from the Waste in the manor of Topcliffe.
John Scott. Place: Catton. For a house and garth. A sum paid for the encroachment from the Waste in the manor of Topcliffe.
John Bransby. Place: Catton. For a house and garth. A sum paid for the encroachment from the Waste in the manor of Topcliffe.
Thomas Gilling. Place: Catton. A garden. A sum paid for the encroachment from the Waste in the manor of Topcliffe.
John Watson. Place: Skipton. A house. A sum paid for the encroachment from the Waste in the manor of Topcliffe.
Thomas Martin. Place: Skipton. A house, and blacksmith's shop, house and garth. A sum paid for the encroachment from the Waste in the manor of Topcliffe.
John Clarke. Place: Skipton. A house. A sum paid for the encroachment from the Waste in the manor of Topcliffe.
John Pickersgill. Place: Skipton. A house. A sum paid for the encroachment from the Waste in the manor of Topcliffe.
William Kerby. Place: Skipton. A cowhouse. A sum paid for the encroachment from the Waste in the manor of Topcliffe.
Robert Southeran. Place: Skipton. A garth or garden. A sum paid for the encroachment from the Waste in the manor of Topcliffe.
John Rumfitt. Place: Skipton. A garth. A sum paid for the encroachment from the Waste in the manor of Topcliffe.
John Horne. Place: Dalton. A house. A sum paid for the encroachment from the Waste in the manor of Topcliffe.
Mary Wright. Place: Dalton. A house. A sum paid for the encroachment from the Waste in the manor of Topcliffe.
James Hogg. Place: Dalton. A workshop. A sum paid for the encroachment from the Waste in the manor of Topcliffe.
Matthew Bilton. Place: Dalton. A garden. A sum paid for the encroachment from the Waste in the manor of Topcliffe.
John Mennill. Place: Dalton. A house. A sum paid for the encroachment from the Waste in the manor of Topcliffe.
George Kay. Place: Dalton. Late Lockwood's house. A sum paid for the encroachment from the Waste in the manor of Topcliffe.
John Morley. Place: Dishforth. A house. A sum paid for the encroachment from the Waste in the manor of Topcliffe. Shared with William Morley.
William Morley. Place: Dishforth. A house. A sum paid for the encroachment from the Waste in the manor of Topcliffe. Shared with John Morley.
Thomas Smith. Place: Dishforth. A house. A sum paid for the encroachment from the Waste in the manor of Topcliffe.
William Smickersgill. Place: Dishforth. A house. A sum paid for the encroachment from the Waste in the manor of Topcliffe.
Richard Holliday. Place: Dishforth. A teafall at the end of his house. A sum paid for the encroachment from the Waste in the manor of Topcliffe.
Page 80 John Atley. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Seamar. Property: Brockshouse Farm. A farmhouse and stable adjoining. A barn, stable, cowhouse, carthouse, hovels and walled-in fold yard. All in good repair. Also a detached barn and cowhouse. 249 acres.
Page 81 John Atley jnr. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Seamar. Property: Seamar Moor Farm. A good farm house with two barns, and a range of stabling. Cowhouses etc all attached to the dwelling house, and in good repair. 171 acres.
Page 82 John Taylor. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Seamar. Property: Late Appleton's. No buildings. 54 acres. This tenant has a brick kiln which he is permitted to work, on giving one brick in twenty to Lord Egremont's tenants for repairing and building on the estate.
Page 83 Thomas Hart. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Seamar. A farm house, barn, stable, cowhouse etc. All in tight repair. Also a detached barn. 201 acres.
Page 84 John Cass snr. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Seamar. Property: East Farm. A farm house with kitchen adjoining, two barns, stable and cowhouse. Stable under the same roof with the house, carthouse, pigsties, walled-in fold yard etc. Great part built at tenant's expense, all in good repair. 182 acres. Shared tenancy with John Cass junior.
Page 84 John Cass jnr. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Seamar. Property: East Farm. A farm house with kitchen adjoining, two barns, stable and cowhouse. Stable under the same roof with the house, carthouse, pigsties, walled-in fold yard etc. Great part built at tenant's expense, all in good repair. 182 acres. Shared tenancy with John Cass senior.
Page 85 Christopher Stockdale. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Seamar. Property: West Farm. A house with kitchen adjoining, barn, stable, cowhouse and pigsty, another stable under the roof with the house. All in tolerable good repair. 119 acres.
Page 86 Thomas Cass. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Seamar. Property: Phillips's Farm. A small farm house with a barn, cowhouse, stable, hovels, pigscots. All in tight repair. 129 acres.
Page 87 William Phillps. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Seamar. Property: West Lowfield Farm. A good farm house, barn, stable, cowhouses, pigscots, hovels etc. All in pretty good repair. 329 acres.
Page 88 John Cass snr. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Seamar. Property: Seamar Manor House. A cottage, stable, pigscot, cowhouse, coal house etc repaired at the tenant's expense. With a cottage adjoining with a very small garden let to James Thortle. 1 acres. Rent included in his present farm rent.
Page 88 James Thortle. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Seamar. Property: Seamar Manor House. A cottage with a very small garden, rented from John Cass senior 1 acres.
Page 89 Dorothy Hart. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Seamar. Property: Hall's Farm. A house with kitchen adjoining and granary over it. Lean-to coal shed and carthouse, cowhouse, calfspen, stable, pigsty, barn, another cowhouse in good repair. With new foldyard. 205 acres.
Page 90 Ann Newham. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Seamar. A cottage, a new barn built by the tenant, stable, hovels etc. 38 acres.
Page 90 Ann Newham. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Seamar. A cottage in two dwellings adjoining Clayton's homestall with small garden. One part occupied by herself and the other let to George Taylor. This cottage having been built by the tenant is let to Ann Newham.
George Taylor. Place: Seamar. A cottage in two dwellings adjoining Clayton's homestall with small garden. One part occupied by George Taylor and the other let to Ann Newham.
Page 91 William Garford. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Seamar. A cottage with a hovel for a cow, pigsty, a little garden and garth. 3 acres.
Page 91 Jane Waller. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Seamar. A range of buildings upon the waste in Seamar village, containing a cottage, barn, cowhouse, pigsty, stable and small garden. 12 acres.
Page 92 William Donaldson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Seamar. Property: Wilson's Farm. A farm house with kitchen, stable, and pigsties adjoining. And carthouse detached, a range of new building containing tow barns, two cowhouses with sheds built at the tenant's expense. 107 acres. Shared tenancy with Jane Crisp.
Page 92 Jane Crisp. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Seamar. Property: Wilson's Farm. A farm house with kitchen, stable, and pigsties adjoining. And carthouse detached, a range of new building containing tow barns, two cowhouses with sheds built at the tenant's expense. 107 acres. Shared tenancy with William Donaldson.
Page 93 George Blackett. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Seamar. A very indifferent cottage, with a hovel, cowhouse, pigsty etc with a hovel over the road. All in bad condition. 7 acres.
Page 93 John Parkins. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Seamar. Property: Rontree's Tenement. A cottage with cowhouse and pigsty. One end of the cottage let to John Mothersdale. 9 acres.
Page 93 John Mothersdale. Place: Seamar. Property: Rontree's Tenement. One end of cottage rented from John Parkins.
Page 94 John Mothersdale. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Seamar. For a piece of land formerly part of Town End close. 3 acres. Page 94 John Trotter. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Seamar. For the moiety of a cottage (in the occupation of John Trotter) built upon the Waste in Seamar village and a garden. 5 acres.
Page 94 William Wilson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Seamar. For the moiety of a cottage (in the occupation of William Wilson) built upon the Waste in Seamar village and a garden. 5 acres.
Page 95 Thomas Fenny. Place: Seamar. No buildings. 1 acre.
Page 95 William Milestone. Place: Seamar. For a piece of land enclosed from the Waste and used as a garden. At the division of the roads leading to Yarm and Stockton.
Page 95 Mr Yeoman. Place: Seamar. An inclosure from the Waste at the end of Herry Lane. And also a plantation made on the side of the road leading to Stockley. Some acknowledgement should be paid for these.
Page 96 Mrs Carey. Place: Seamar. For a small piece of land enclosed from the Waste, by moving out the hedge opposite the church. No acknowledgement has been demanded for this because the Earl of Egremont's tenants have made similar alterations without opposition from her as freeholder.
Page 96 Sarah Brown. Tenancy: One shilling a year for her life. Place: Seamar. A cottage in two tenements with a very small garden taken from the Waste in Seamar village. One dwelling occupied by herself, and the other let to Elizabeth Taylor.
Page 96 Elizabeth Taylor. Place: Seamar. A cottage in two tenements with a very small garden taken from the Waste in Seamar village. One dwelling occupied by herself, and the other let to Sarah Brown.
Page 96 Peter Milestone. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Seamar. Property: The Shoulder of Mutton Public House. A cottage with butcher's shop, stable, hovel, pigscot etc and small garden taken from the waste in Seamar village. A dwelling out of it let to Mary Arley. 1 acre.
Page 96 Mary Arley. Place: Seamar. Property: The Shoulder of Mutton Public House. A cottage with butcher's shop, stable, hovel, pigscot etc and small garden taken from the waste in Seamar village. A dwelling out of it let to Mary Arley.
Page 97 John Barker. Place: Seamar. A garden enclosed from the Waste opposite his house.
George Taylor. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Seamar. A garden enclosed from the Waste.
Page 97 Robert Waller. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Seamar. A new built cottage with smith's shop and a stable very old. A small garden taken from the Waste. 4 acres.
Page 98 Roger Cock. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Seamar. A cottage, a hovel, pigscot etc with a garden taken from the Waste. 4 acres.
Page 98 Ann Lawn. Tenancy: This tenant to continue the house only from Lady Day 1798. Place: Seamar. A cottage in two dwellings, one of which she lets to John Cornforth. A hovel, pigscot etc with a very small garden and garth.
Page 98 John Cornforth. Place: Seamar. A cottage in two dwellings, one of which let to Ann Lawn. A hovel, pigscot etc with a very small garden and garth.
Page 98 John Marley. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Seamar. An undertenant to Ann Newsham's cottage on Seamar Green. 2 acres.
Page 99 Mary Atlet. Tenancy: This tenant to continue the house only from Lady Day 1798. Place: Seamar. A very ordinary cottage, with a garth behind enlarged.
Page 99 Thomas Peat. Place: Seamar. A cottage in two dwellings, now let to Andrew Pate and John Marley, with a very small garden adjoining the churchyard.
Page 99 Andrew Pate. Place: Seamar. A cottage in two dwellings rented from Thomas Peat.
Page 99 John Marley. Place: Seamar. A cottage in two dwellings rented from Thomas Peat.
Page 100 Mary Summers. Place: Seamar. A cottage with a little garden taken from the Waste.
Page 100 James Thirkell. Tenancy: This piece of land is let from Lady Day 1798 from year to year. Place: Seamar. An undertenant to John Cass for a house of Lord Egremont's on Seamar Green. 3 acres. For a piece of land being part of John Cass's farm called Little Clarke Close.
Page 102 Robert Webster. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Newby. Property: Downes's Farm. A neat farm house, stable, cowhouse and barn. In good repair. With a hovel. 91 acres.
Page 103 John Halton. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Newby. Property: Late Waller's Farm. A small house divided into two dwellings, with a stable and sundry hovels built by the tenant. In bad repair. Also two barns and a cowhouse, divided equally between this tenant and John Garbett. 46 acres. These tenants, Halton and Garbett, are so extremely confined by the present state of their buildings, that they are both inclined to enlarge and make them convenient at their own expense, if Lord Egremont will allow them only the bricks and timber necessary for the purpose.
Page 104 John Garbett. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Newby. Property: Late Waller's Farm. A moiety of the buildings on Halton's Farm. 37 acres. These tenants, Halton and Garbett, are so extremely confined by the present state of their buildings, that they are both inclined to enlarge and make them convenient at their own expense, if Lord Egremont will allow them only the bricks and timber necessary for the purpose.
Page 105 Sarah Forster. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Newby. Property: Late Pearson's Farm. A small house, barn, stable, cowhouse and hovels in tolerable good repair. 39 acres. Widow. This tenant (if bricks and timber were allowed) is desirous of being at the expense of enlarging the house and barn.
Page 106 William Bainbridge. Tenancy: Pays 6d a year. Place: Newby. A very indifferent cottage, taken from the waste with a piece of land from the waste in the Lane West of the Green. About 16 perches. Late Hogg.
Page 106 Thomas Ransom. Tenancy: Pays 6d a year. Place: Newby. No buildings. A bit of garden, about 5 perches, taken from the waste.
Page 106 Robert Bainbridge. Tenancy: Pays 6d a year. Place: Newby. A very ordinary cottage with a garden taken from the waste, about 5 perches.
William Richerby. Tenancy: Pays 6d a year. Place: Newby. A very ordinary cottage with a garden taken from the waste, about 5 perches.
Page 106 Jonathan Walton. Tenancy: Pays 6d a year. Place: Newby. A neat cottage with a small garden taken from the waste. Also a small garden enclosed from the waste in the lane west of the Green. About 15 perches.
Page 108 Marmaduke Wright. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Middleton. A cottage and a small barn, hovel, stable, cowhouse, pigsties etc. Old and indifferent. 34 acres.
Page 109 Francis Shaw. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Middleton. A cottage with a kitchen and hovels. 3 acres.
Page 109 James Thompson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Middleton. A very miserable old cottage and a garth. 3 acres.
Page 110 Ralph Crame. Tenancy: Pays 6d a year. Place: Middleton. No buildings. A very small bit of land taken from the waste adjoining Shaw's garth. About 5 perches.
Page 110 Mary Harding. Place: Middleton. Has erected a range of buildings in six dwellings on the waste, with gardens on Middleton Green. This person refuses to pay any acknowledgement, and claims from possession and not having paid any rent, that it is become a freehold. But we notice it here as it is visibly built on the waste and we believe she may be dispossessed of the gardens as they have not been enclosed 20 years.
Page 110 Launcelot Smith. Place: Middleton. See notes re Mary Harding.
Page 110 Blacket Robinson. Place: Middleton. See notes re Mary Harding.
Page 110 John Bell. Place: Middleton. See notes re Mary Harding.
Page 110 Michael Bradley snr. Place: Middleton. See notes re Mary Harding.
Page 110 Michael Bradley jnr. Place: Middleton. See notes re Mary Harding.
Page 111 Robert Stephenson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Middleton. A small house, cowhouse, stable, and pigscot in ordinary repair. 17 acres.
Page 112 James Sayer. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year, and wiil pay extra rent if Lord Egremont builds a stone dam across the river. Place: Middleton. Property: Middleton Mill. A house with stable and cowhouse adjoining, also a double stone mill with two wheels, the one working a grist, the other a fulling mill, all in tight repair. The greatest part of which the tenant says he has done at his own expense. 24 acres.
Page 113 James Bell. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Middleton. Property: Bell's Farm. A comfortable farm house, stable, cowhouse in good repair. Also a detached barn and cowhouse. 118 acres.
Page 115 Christopher Rontree. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Middleton. Property: Rontree's Farm. A good farm house, barn, stable, granary, cowhouse, carthouse, pigsties and hovels in good repair. 114 acres.
Page 116 John Tweedale. Tenancy: This tenant being upwards of 80 years of age to him from Lady Day 1798 from year to year. Place: Middleton. Property: Lamb'sFarm. A good farm house, kitchen and stable adjoining with granary over it. Another stable and carthouse with pigscots etc in good repair. Also detached, two barns, three cowhouses, walled-in fold yard lately erected at the tenant's expense. 274 acres. On his demise and has no children or family to succeed him this will suit Donaldson of Marten.
Page 126 & 127 Robert Robinson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. Property: Colt-Carr Farm. A small farm house, barn, stable, cowhouse, carthouse and pigsties in ordinary state of repair. Also a new farm house built by the tenant, detached a barn, stable, cowhouse and carthouse. 110 acres.
Page 128 Peter Deighton. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. The moiety of a cottage in Spofforth Street with hovel, pigsty etc built by himself. 4 acres.
Page 128 Anna Oats. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. The moiety of a cottage in Spofforth Street with hovel, pigsty etc built by himself.
Page 129 Widow Burley. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A neat messuage, used as a grocer's shop with barn, stable etc under the same roof. 14 acres.
Page 129 Richard Hebblethwaite. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A cottage adjoining to Holmes's in two dwellings with barn etc. 4 acres.
Page 130 John Nightingale. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. No buildings. 2 acres.
Page 130 William Miller. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. No buildings. 14 acres.
Page 131 John Deighton. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A newly erected house at the expense of the tenant. Shoemaker's shop, cowhouse hovel etc in Spofforth Street near the Cross. 7 acres.
Page 131 Sarah Tate. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A cottage with cowhouse, barn etc under the same roof. 4 acres. Page 132 Ann Holmes. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A cottage with lean-to in ruins, a cowhouse etc. 8 acres.
Page 133 William Browne snr. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. An old farm house, barn, cowhouse, pigsties etc. 107 acres.
Page 134 Thomas Johnson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A small farm house with a hovel, detached a barn and stable. 67 acres.
Page 135 Joseph Crosby. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A small farm house in Spofforth Street, detached barn, stable, cowhouse, pigsties and sheds. Detached a barn and stable. 56 acres.
Page 136 Thomas Deighton. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. Property: Churchyard Farm. A newly erected messuage in Spofforth, stable, cowhouse and granary under the same roof. A dwelling adjoining, barn, pigscots and cart hovel, built by the tenant. Detached barn in bad repair. 50 acres.
Page 137 Joseph Swaile. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A new built farm house, barn, stable, cowhouse, pigsties and carthouse, built at the tenant's expense. Timber found only by the landlord. 38 acres.
Page 138 Christopher Greaves. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A small farm house, barn, stable, cowhouse etc under the same roof. 49 acres.
Page 139 John Ingleston. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A large cottage at Hagg side with a barn, stable, pigscots, cowhouse etc. All in tight repair. 53 acres.
Page 140 Robert Bickerdike. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A long farm house, small barn, stable, stable and cowhouse under one roof and sundry other sheds. In pretty tight repair. 42 acres.
Page 141 Mary Lee. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. The moiety of a house with a part of a detached barn and cowhouses adjoining. 13 acres.
Page 142 George Linfoot. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. The moiety of a house with a part of a detached barn and cowhouses adjoining. And part of another barn. 9 acres.
Page 143 Francis Bailey. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A comfortable farm house, a small barn with two floors, cowhouse, stable, carthouse, pigscots etc. All clean and tight and in very good condition. 86 acres.
Page 144 Thomas Procter. Tenancy: This cottage is let to Thomas Proctor for his life from Lady Day 1798. Place: Spofforth. A low cottage and lean-to barn adjoining, with a cowhouse and other sheds. In indifferent repair. 15 acres. This tenant being ninety- four years of age he is continued at the old rent.
Page 145 Arthur Oates. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. No buildings. 67 acres.
Page 146 & 147 Mary Greaves. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A farm house with cottage detached used as a kitchen. A barn with two threshing floors, a new stable and granary over it. Cowhouse, pigscots, cartsheds etc. All in pretty good repair. 181 acres.
Page 148 John Parkin. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. Property: Parson's Hagg Farm. A small farm house, with a new barn, cowhouse, small stable and sundry other sheds. All in good condition except the thatching. 112 acres.
Page 149 William Richardson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. Property: Richardsons Tenement. A range of hovels containing a miserable dwelling house, barn, stable and cowhouse. 47 acres.
Page 150 William Tate. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. Property: Colts Carr Farm. A neat small farm house, barn, stable, cowhouse, pigsties in very good repair. Detached a small old barn and hovel and in another place detached a hovel and calves' house. 66 acres.
Page 151 Abraham Browne. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. Property: Kirby Common Side Farm. A small farm house, barn, stable, cowhouse and sundry other sheds. 75 acres.
Page 152 John Whincup. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. Property: North Cold Bed Farm. Farm house, two barns, stable, cowhouse etc. All in bad condition. 97 acres.
Page 153 William Greaves. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. Property: East Cold Bed Tenement. A cottage with a hovel, barn, and cowhouse detached in rather bad repair. 26 acres.
Page 154 Jane Grafton. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. Property: Grafton's Tenement. A tight pretty cottage, with a barn, detached, cowhouse etc. 32 acres. This property is let to Jane and James Grafton.
Page 155 John Waite. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. Property: Sour Plain Farm. A small farm house with barn adjoining, a small range of building containing a stable, cowhouse etc. All in pretty tight repair, except the range of stable and cowhouse. 23 acres.
Page 156 Anthony Proctor. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. Property: West Cold Bed Tenement. A farm house and cowhouse adjoining and a barn and stable. 42 acres.
Page 157 Samuel Allinson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. Property: Beggar Pasture Farm. A cottage with a small barn and stable. All in tight repair. 32 acres.
Page 158 William Whitehead. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. Property: Park House Farm. A small farm house, with a barn adjoining, a range of cow stalls, pigscots etc. In rather bad repair. 79 acres.
Page 159 Jonathan Lewis. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. Property: Wright's Close Farm. A newly erected farm house, an addition to the same is now making by the tenant a barn, stable, cowhouse, pigsties and hovels. All in good repair. All built by the tenant, oak timber only allowed. 95 acres.
Page 160 Joseph Midgeley. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. Property: Hill Top Farm. A small farm house, stable, cowhouse, carthouse, barn. In tolerably good repair. 52 acres.
Page 161 William Wray. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. Property: Park House Farm. A small house with stable, cow house and pigsties and a small old barn detached. 25 acres.
Page 162 Joseph Whare. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. Property: Whare's Farm. A neat small farm house. A barn, stable, cowhouse and pigsties. In good repair. 38 acres.
Page 163 John Whare. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. Property: John Whare's Farm. A newly erected messuage, also a cottage adjoining, barn, cowhouse, stable in good repair. A detached barn in bad repair in Spofforth Street. Also a barn and hovel. 46 acres.
Page 164 Margaret Bickerdike. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. Property: The Lodge Farm. A farm house, barn, stable, cowhouse, cart lodge and pigscots. All old and in bad repair. 130 acres.
Page 165 Elizabeth Lee. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. Property: Round Hill Farm. A cottage and a small barn and cowhouse. All in bad repair. 19 acres.
Page 166 Mark Pulleyn. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. Property: Horse Pasture Farm. A farm house, two barns, one in pretty good repair, the other in very bad repair. Another barn, stable, cowhouse and pigscots. All in indifferent repair. 105 acres.
Page 167 William Gravely. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A messuage used as a public house, stable, brewhouse and cowhouse etc under the same roof with a barn. Detached a hovel. 30 acres.
Page 168 William Cocker. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A small farm house with a granary at one end and a shoemaker's shop at the other. A barn, cowhouse, stable, pigsties and shed. Detached a hovel in Church Lane, Spofforth. 37 acres.
Page 169 George Outhwaite. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. Property: Late the Swan Ale House. A very neat messuage in Spofforth Street. Cowhouse, stable, carthouse, large barn, beast house, pigsties etc. The house in good repair but the other buildings very indifferent. 23 acres.
Page 170 & 171 William Hartley. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year, under the promise of a lease of the mills for Thirty years. Place: Spofforth. Property: The Castle Farm, The High Mill & The Lower Mill. A farm house with a granary a building formerly used as a malthouse. A barn, stable, pigsties, cowhouse and other conveniences. In good repair adjoining the castle, building used as a Court House. Detached a building formerly used as a corn mill almost in ruins. Also High Mill at the top of Arvor in bad repair. The Lower Mill. A water grist mill undershot with three pair of stones and granary over it. In good repair. And a stone wind mill in the field. 122 acres.
Page 172 Robert Crosby. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A good cottage with detached barn, cowhouse, stable etc. 14 acres.
Page 173 William Wright. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. The moiety of a cottage in Spoffoth Street, adjoining John Howard's with cowhouse and small garden. 7 acres.
Page 173 Samuel Webster. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A neat cottage, stable, cowhouse, pigsty and rope-maker's shop. A newly erected shop. All in good repair. 8 acres.
Page 174 Robert Breary. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A cottage in Spofforth in two tenements, also another cottage in two dwellings, barn, cowhouse, stable etc with two garths thrown into one, detached hovel. 18 acres.
Page 175 John Ellsworth. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A cottage in two tenements, detached a barn, stable, cowhouse, pigsties and sheds. 19 acres.
Page 176 James Potter. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. Property: Spofforth Free School. A house having a school room at one end, lately put into complete repair at the tenant's expense. 10 acres.
Page 177 James Pullein. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A farn house, two barns, a range of cowhouse and stabling and a smith's shop. All in tight repair. 125 acres.
Page 178 Thomas Thompson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A cottage in Spofforth with smith's shop at one end under the same roof. A barn, cowhouse and stable in good repair. Detached hovel. 12 acres.
Page 179 Benjamin Wood. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A cottage in two dwellings with detached barn, stable etc with a dwelling at one end, in but indifferent repair. 22 acres.
Page 180 Robert Stephenson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A cottage a barn, stable etc under the same roof in Spofforth. 8 acres.
Page 181 John Oates. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A small cottage in bad repair, at the North of Spofforth Street. 8 acres.
Page 181 Edward Turley. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A neat cottage, detached brewhouse, cowhouse, stable, pigsty etc. In good repair. 4 acres.
Page 182 William Outhwaite. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A small farm house, cowhouse, stable, pigsties and a barn in tolerable repair. 32 acres.
Page 183 William Pulleyn. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A small farm house in Spofforth with a dwelling under the same roof for a labourer, two barns, cowhouse, stable, pigsties etc. Detached cowhouse adjoining Cowker's buildings in but indifferent repair. 45 acres.
Page 184 John Frankland. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. Cottage late Stephen Smith, allotment from the common late Matthew Tate. 6 acres.
Page 184 Matthew Tate. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A neat house in Spofforth Street, with a barn under the same roof. Detached barn, cowhouse, pigsty and sundry sheds. In tolerable repair. 18 acres.
Page 185 Samuel Stead. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A newly erected house at present in unfinished state, built at the tenant's expense. Barn, stable, cowhouse etc. In tolerable good repair. 43 acres.
Page 186 John Ellsworth. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A cottage with cowhouse, pigsty etc. 7 acres.
Page 186 Ann Sims. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A cottage in two tenements with shoemaker's shop and detached cowhouse, pigsty etc. 5 acres. Widow.
Page 187 John Sims. Tenancy: These parcels of land let from Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. No buildings. 5 acres.
Page 187 Thomas Muschamp. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. The moiety of a cottage in Spofforth adjoining Thomas Dobson's, house etc. 2 acres.
Page 188 John Tate. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A small farm house with a granary under the same roof, now undergoing a thorough repair at the tenant's expense. Cow house and hay barn, stable, barn, pigsties etc. 79 acres.
Page 189 William Holmes. Tenancy: This parcel of land let from Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. Property: Late part of Metcalf's. No buildings. 3 acres.
Page 189 John Howard. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. Property: Late part of Metcalf's. The moiety of a cottage in Spofforth Street with a detached shoemaker's shop etc with a very small garden, adjoining William Wright's. 3 acres.
Page 190 Thomas Teal. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A barn newly erected at the tenant's expense, hovel. 50 acres.
Page 191 John Mountain. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A cottage in two tenements, with a barn, cowhouse and hovels in ruins, formerly a farm homestal in Spofforth Street adjoining the Cross south. 2 acres.
Page 191 George Wells. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. No buildings. Common allotment. 7 acres.
Page 192 William Latham. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A cottage with shoemaker's shop adjoining and a stable and cowhouse. All in tolerable repair. 11 acres.
Page 193 Simeon Whitehead. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. Property: Whitehead's Tenement. A cottage and some hovels adjoining, all in bad condition. 14 acres.
Page 194 John Metcalf. Tenancy: This tenant being blind is to continue at the old rent by Lord Egremont's desire. Place: Spofforth. A cottage, barn, stable and cowhouse under the same roof, at the south end of Spofforth Street. With a pigsty etc and a large garth in an orchard. 5 acres.
Page 194 Thomas Powell. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. The moiety of a cottage in two dwellings with a stable under the same roof. Situate at the south end of Spofforth Street, with a pigsty and a garden. 1 acres.
Page 195 Anthony Dickenson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. The moiety of a cottage in one dwelling. 1 acres.
Page 195 James Ward. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A neat cottage with a barn etc under the same roof. In Spofforth Street, a large garden used for marketting. 4 acres.
Page 196 John Massey. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A cottage in two tenements in miserable repair. With a cowhouse etc in ruins. A large garth behind the house used in meadow. 8 acres.
Page 196 John Taylor. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A cottage with glover's shop, stable and pigsty adjoining, in bad repair. Agreed for at the old rent on account of the tenant's having made considerable additions to the buildings.
Page 197 Peter Deighton. Place: Spofforth. A cottage built upon the waste in Spofforth Street. In three tenements.
Page 197 Thomas Dupsome. Tenancy: Let to Peter Deighton. Place: Spofforth. A cottage built upon the waste in Spofforth Street. In three tenements.
Page 197 George Hibblethwaite. Tenancy: Let to Peter Deighton. Place: Spofforth. A cottage built upon the waste in Spofforth Street. In three tenements.
Page 197 Andrew Johnson. Place: Spofforth. A small cottage built upon the waste, having one small room below and another above.
Page 197 Joseph Lawrence. Tenancy: This parcel of land let from Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. No buildings. 4 acres.
Page 198 John Dobson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A very ancient house, cowhouse, stable etc under the same roof, situate at the north end of Spofforth Street, with a small garden and orchard. 5 acres.
Page 198 Joseph Johnson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A cottage with a stable under the same roof with a little garden etc.
Page 199 Thomas Dobson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A cottage with a detached carpenter's shop, in Spofforth, and a small garden. 5 acres.
Page 200 Joseph Falkingham. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A cottage with a lean-to shed.
Page 200 Isabella Simpson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A cottage in two tenements in Spofforth, with a garden behind the same in which is a cow shed. Widow.
Page 201 William Atkinson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A cottage in Spofforth in two tenements with hovel and detached barn. 11 acres.
Page 201 John Moorhouse. Tenancy: Let to John Moorhouse as long as he lives in it himself. Place: Spofforth. Property: Cottages on Kirk Hill. A very small cottage in three dwellings with a small garden.
Page 201 Shutt. Tenancy: Let to John Moorhouse as long as he lives in it himself. Place: Spofforth. Property: Cottages on Kirk Hill. A very small cottage in three dwellings with a small garden.
Page 201 John Thackery. Tenancy: Let to John Moorhouse as long as he lives in it himself. Place: Spofforth. Property: Cottages on Kirk Hill. A very small cottage in three dwellings with a small garden.
Page 202 Thomas Dobson. Tenancy: This cottage being built by the tenant is to be paid for ir. Place: Spofforth. A cottage and garden in Spofforth Street.
Page 202 William Waite. Tenancy: This cottage with garth divided is let to William Braithwaite and Brownrigg yearly. Place: Spofforth. A cottage on Kirk Hill in two dwellings and detached hovel and a small garth.
Page 202 William Brown. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. Part of a house and garth, late Deighton's. 2 acres.
Page 203 Rev Dr Tripp. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A cottage lately occupied by Whare. 34 acres.
Page 204 John Pickard. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Spofforth. A cottage and barn adjoining, partly burnt down. 35 acres.
Page 212 William Manners. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Linton. A new built farm house and barn, stable, cowhouse etc in good repair. 20 acres.
Page 213 Matthew Turner. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Linton. Farm house, capital barn, malt room, hay barn, cowhouse, stable, granary, dove house, carthouse, old but in substantial in tolerable repair. Also a large malthouse. 118 acres.
Page 214 John Manners. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Linton. A very bad house and old barn under the same roof, new stable and granary built by tenant. 73 acres.
Page 215 Margaret Farrar. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Linton. Land only. 4 acres.
Page 215 William Groves. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Linton. A very ordinary house in bad repair, new barn built by the tenant. Stable old and indifferent. 56 acres.
Page 216 Isabella Wood. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Linton. No buildings. 14 acres.
Page 217 Frances Dalby. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Linton. A house, small barn, stable and granary, cowhouse, carthouse in good repair. 65 acres.
Page 218 William Robinson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Linton. Land only. 9 acres.
Page 218 Maudlin Wheelhouse. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Linton. An old farm house, new barn, stables, cowhouse etc. The house old and in bad repair. 27 acres. Widow.
Page 219 Joseph Wheelhouse. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Linton. Property: New Farm. No buildings. 98 acres.
Page 220 Thomas Wheelhouse. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Linton. A barn, stable and hovel in good repair, all built by the tenant. 44 acres.
Page 220 William Fenton Scott. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Linton. No buildings. 22 acres.
Page 221 Gregory Rhodes. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Linton. No buildings except a small barn. 35 acres.
Page 221 William Mason. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Linton. A neat cottage built by the tenant, with a hovel. 10 acres.
Page 222 John Ryder. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Linton. A cottage and stable under the same roof. 6 acres.
Page 222 James Murray. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Linton. A cottage in bad repair. 6 acres.
Page 223 Jonathan Burnley. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Linton. A cottage with garth. 14 acres.
Page 223 Thomas Haw. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Linton. Land only. 6 acres.
Page 223 James Breasley. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Linton. Land only. 5 acres.
Page 224 Jeremiah Proctor. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Linton. Land only. 7 acres.
Page 224 Judith Stott. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Linton. Land only. 4 acres. Mrs.
Page 225 Thomas Broom. Place: Linton. A new cottage built by the tenant, with a garden containing 16 perches. Being built at the tenant's expense it is recommended to remain at 5s a year.
Page 225 William Greaves. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Linton. Land only. 8 acres.
Page 226 Robert Dalby. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Linton. A cottage, old and in bad repair. 7 acres.
Page 226 John Wetherill. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Linton. Land only. 2 acres.
Page 227 George Robinson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Linton. Land only. 8 acres. Late Messrs Rhodes & Company. Let in 2 parts.
Page 227 William Hill. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Linton. Land only. 10 acres. Late Messrs Rhodes & Company. Let in 2 parts.
Page 228 James Dalby. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Linton. A large cottage and weaver's shop. 4 acres.
Page 228 Thomas Dalby. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Linton. Land only. 15 acres.
Page 234 Joseph Watson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. A house, one end of which is let to George Reader, nailmaker. Barn, stable, and cart hovel, in good repair, with a garden and land open to the river on which formerly stood a warehouse. 3 acres.
Page 234 George Reader. Place: Tadcaster. Nailmaker. One end of house let to Joseph Watson. 3 acres.
Page 234 Henry Turnbull. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. Land only. This piece of land has been inclosed and planted with oak, beech, poplars and firs.. Needs thinning - if not, will turn to no very profitable account.
Page 235 William Daniel. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. A range of buildings comprising four dwellings, one occupied by himself with a butcher's shop, slaughter house, two stables, cow house etc and garth. One let to Thomas Chapel, with grocer's shop, one let to .... Atkinson spinster, one let to ... Veal, each having a little yard and convenient hovel. 9 acres.
Page 235 Thomas Chapel. Place: Tadcaster. A building let to William Daniel, with grocer's shop, and little yard and convenient hovel.
Page 235 Atkinson. Place: Tadcaster. Spinster. A building let to William Daniel with a little yard and convenient hovel.
Page 235 Veal. Place: Tadcaster. A building let to William Daniel, with a little yard and convenient hovel.
Page 235 Robert Clapham. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. A cottage with shoe-maker's shop and one dwelling let to his son. Old and in bad repair, with a garden.
Page 236 William Scott. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. Property: The Half Moon Public House. now The Coach and Horses. A range of buildings adjoining the last, comprising three dwellings with three stables and granary. One dwelling let to John Spike, another to William Crabtree. 4 acres.
Page 236 John Spike. Place: Tadcaster. A dwelling let to William Scott.
Page 236 William Crabtree. Place: Tadcaster. A dwelling let to William Scott.
Page 237 Ann Nicholson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. Two dwellings with a pigsty and a very small garden in Chapel Troop.
Page 237 Hannah Whitehead. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. A small cottage with a stable under the same roof, with a pigsty adjoining the Pinfold, used as a public house the sign of the Travelling Man. Also a little cottage, another hut and little conveniencies on the opposite side of the road. This tenant is very old and industrious, and the rent must remain for her life as at present. She built it and the income arising from underletting them supports her.
Page 238 Widow Wise. Place: Tadcaster. A house lately built by herself on part of Peter Grimstone's orchard, in consequence of her former dwelling being pulled down to widen the bridge and the road to it.
Page 238 Thomas Wise. Place: Tadcaster. A small cottage in Chapel Troop, with a coal house.
Page 238 Joseph Dickson. Place: Tadcaster. A dwelling adjoining Thomas Wise's, only one floor, with a small garden.
Page 239 Elizabeth Lawton. Tenancy: This on account of infirmities to be continued yearly. Place: Tadcaster. A dwelling adjoining Thomas Wise's, only one floor, with a small garden.
Page 239 Mary Appleyard. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. A cottage with two barns, cart hovel, stable etc. Almost in ruins. 5 acres.
Page 240 Richard Allenby. Tenancy: For 30 years from Lady Day 1798. Place: Tadcaster. A very old messuage, a stable under the same roof, a large water corn mill (undershot), three floors with five pair of stones, an oil mill in a seperate building, another building being drying kilns, with a granary, ill conditioned and in want of considerable repair. Also a cottage in two tenements, also detached a circular windmill. 22 acres. Original lease for 23 years from Lady Day 1783.
Page 241 Peter Grimstone. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. A large old farm house, barn, stable and row of tenements next the street, let in five dwellings, two of which are rebuilt. 54 acres.
Page 242 John Owthwaite. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. For a cottage in three dwellings in the Back Lane, occupied by Sarah Potter, Helen Eastwood, and John Lazenby.
Page 242 Sarah Potter. Place: Tadcaster. A dwelling let to John Outhwaite.
Page 242 Helen Eastwood. Place: Tadcaster. A dwelling let to John Outhwaite.
Page 242 John Lazenby. Place: Tadcaster. A dwelling let to John Outhwaite.
Page 242 Sarah Atkinson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. A cottage erected against the castle garden, in lieu of one pulled down near the Chuch Gate.
Page 242 John Wetherby. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. A cottage adjoining Sarah Atkinson.
Page 242 Ann Dawson. Place: Tadcaster. A chamber over John Wetherby's cottage.
Page 242 Seth Wilson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. A cottage at the east side of the north end of the Far Back Lane.
Page 243 Thomas Allenby. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 for 30 years, for the premises & 21 years for the land. Place: Tadcaster. A newly erected house adjoining Robinson's, used as a public house, called The Elephant and Castle, and let to John Raper, a stable, back kitchen. One dwelling let to Widow Holcroft with a small garden and other convenicies. Also an old dwelling house in his own occupation. An old barn, cowhouse, pigsties, dove house with cowhouse under it and granary. A large barn, lean-to stable in ordinary repair. A newly erected stable and cowhouse with a garden. 31 acres.
Page 243 John Raper. Place: Tadcaster. A public house called the Elephant and Castle. Thomas Allenby the tenant.
Page 243 Widow Holcroft. Place: Tadcaster. A dwelling with small garden, Thomas Allenby as tenant.
Page 244 Henry Rockliffe. Tenancy: For 30 years from Lady Day 1798. Place: Tadcaster. A messuage over the bridge.
Page 244 Robert Hunter. Tenancy: For 30 years from Lady Day 1798. Place: Tadcaster. A piece of land adjoining Witham Bywater's garden, on which six houses are to be built in New Street.
Page 245 Witham Bywater. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. A range of old buildings in New Street, containing a dwelling house, malt kiln, another range of stabling, cowhouses, granary and dovehouse, another stable, a small barn and sundry helms. All in ordinary state of repair. 117 acres.
Page 246 William Coates. Tenancy: For 30 years from Lady Day 1798. Place: Tadcaster. 26 feet in front in the New Street, part of Bywater's.
Page 246 John Smith. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. For a close of land in Haggarth late in the occupation of Thomas Allenby 3 acres.
Page 246 John Smith. Tenancy: For 30 years from Lady Day 1798. Place: Tadcaster. Property: Late Richard Wilsons. A house adjoining the George, with sundry outbuildings, sadly neglected and tumbling down. Let in two dwellings, one to John Smith, shoemaker, and the other to Joseph Smith.
Page 247 Robert Lofthouse. Tenancy: For 21 years from Lady Day 1798. Place: Tadcaster. No buildings. 85 acres. This tenant gives up his house in the High Street and undertakes to build, at his own expense, a farm house, and all other suitable and convenient farm buildings, on the site of Joseph Plowe's homestall.
Page 248 John Nottage. Tenancy: For 30 years from Lady Day 1798. Place: Tadcaster. A house in the Bridge Street, with butchers shop, part of an old malt house, slaughter house, stable and detached offices.
Page 248 John Nottage. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. For a close of land in Haggarth, late in the occupation of Thomas Allenby 5 acres.
Page 249 Thomas Archbell. Tenancy: For 30 years from Lady Day 1798. Place: Tadcaster. An old house in Bridge Street, a dwelling let to Mrs Anderson, a back kitchen, stable and granary over it, barn with a stable and sundry helms, in an ordinary state of repair.
Page 249 Thomas Archbell. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. For a close of land in Haggarth, late in the occupation of Thomas Allenby. 5 acres.
Page 250 Barber Bowser. Tenancy: For 30 years from Lady Day 1798. Place: Tadcaster. A newly erected house of three storeys used as a sadler's shop and public house, of the sign of the saddle, with attached dwellings let to William Reed, stable and granary, with other conveniences built at the tenant's expense.
Page 250 Barber Bowser. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. For a close of land in Haggarth late in the occupation of Thomas Allenby. 4 acres.
Page 251 John Darby. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. A newly erected cottage, also a very small house near the brickyard, used merely as a hovel. 12 acres.
Page 251 Ann Dalby. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. An old cottage, stable, barn etc under the same roof, in very bad condition.
Page 252 Joseph Vicars. Tenancy: These premises are let on lease from Michaelmas 1793 for 30 years. Place: Tadcaster. Two dwellings near the bridge with slashed front, a skinner's yard and garth. The buildings done entirely at the tenant's expense.
Page 252 Joseph Vicars. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. For an allotment in Haggarth. 3 acres.
Page 253 Jane Gott. Tenancy: For 30 years from Lady Day 1798. Place: Tadcaster. A house on the east side of the bridge, a newly erected building at the tenant's expense containing a stable granary, lean-to hovel, pigsties etc.
Page 253 Elizabeth Dodgson. Tenancy: For 30 years from Lady Day 1798. Place: Tadcaster. A cottage in tight repair in the occupation of William Bossell.
Page 253 William Bossell. Place: Tadcaster. A cottage in tight repair let to Elizabeth Dodgson.
Page 254 Matthew Ward. Tenancy: For 30 years from Lady Day 1798. Place: Tadcaster. An old house, stable and barn under the same roof, in bad condition, cowhouses and sundry helms. 66 acres.
Page 255 Thomas Robinson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. An old house in ordinary repair, numerous buildings formerly used as a brewery, now converted into a stable etc. An almost new barn, a stable, several helms, also detached a small cottage let to Mary Stead, also adjoining a dwelling let to Benjamin Moor. 49 acres. This tenant has a freehold property adjoining the farm yard upon which he has erected a large range of buildings, and has built steps upon Lord Egremont's land to give him a communication to his warehouses.
Page 256 Peter Dodgson. Tenancy: On lease fro 21 years from Lady Day 1780. Place: Tadcaster. A range adjoining Matthew Ward's containing three dwellings and a slaughter house under the same roof built at the tenant's expense and let to James Gibson (butcher) and Thomas Bootley, one occupied by himself.
Page 256 Peter Dodgson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. No buildings, an allotment in Oyster Bank. 3 acres.
Page 256 James Gibson. Place: Tadcaster. Occupies a dwelling let to Peter Dodgson. A butcher.
Thomas Bootley. Place: Tadcaster. Occupies a dwelling let to Peter Dodgson.
Page 257 Robert Archbell. Tenancy: For 30 years from Lady Day 1798. Place: Tadcaster. A newly erected range opposite the White Horse Inn in two dwellings, one in occupation of John Archbell, ironmonger and the other of William Hodgson, shoemaker. A shared tenancy with John Archbell.
Page 257 Robert Archbell. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. An allotment in Oyster Bank. 3 acres.
Page 257 John Archbell. Tenancy: For 30 years from Lady Day 1798. Place: Tadcaster. A newly erected range opposite the White Horse Inn in two dwellings, one in occupation of John Archbell, ironmonger and the other of William Hodgson, shoemaker. Ironmonger. A shared tenacy with Robert Archbell.
Page 257 William Hodgson. Place: Tadcaster. A dwelling let to Robert and John Archbell. Shoemaker.
Page 257 Joseph Plowes. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. A part of a cottage called the Tanpitts.
Page 258 Thomas Dodgson. Tenancy: On a yearly lease. Place: Tadcaster. A neat house in good repair, a new stable, barn and stable with a lean-to, a newly erected building used as an oatmeal mill worked by two horses, one pair of stones, a drying kiln and granary, built at the tenant's expense. Also a dwelling adjoining Robinson's cottages with lean-to and coal house, in occupation of Mary Connell.
Page 258 Thomas Dodgson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. Pieces of ground. 27 acres.
Page 258 Mary Connell. Place: Tadcaster. A dwelling adjoining Robinson's cottages with lean-to and coal house. Let to Thomas Dodgson.
Page 259 Thomas Blakey. Tenancy: For 30 years from Lady Day 1798. Place: Tadcaster. A house with blacksmith's shop, also used as a public house called the Smith's Arms; with sundry other conveniences, in good repair. Another dwelling adjoining, let to Hannah Stoddart, another let to Francis Thackery, one untenanted, another let to Joseph Rawson. All erected by the tenant and in good condition.
Page 259 Thomas Blakey. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. An allotment in Oyster Bank. 3 acres.
Page 259 Hannah Stoddart. Place: Tadcaster. A dwelling adjoining Smith's Arms, let to Thomas Blakey.
Page 259 Francis Thackery. Place: Tadcaster. A dwelling adjoining Smith's Arms, let to Thomas Blakey.
Page 259 Joseph Rawson. Place: Tadcaster. A dwelling adjoining Smith's Arms, let to Thomas Blakey.
Page 260 David Graves. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. A small cottage let to Joseph Ellenworth, also an old cottage in three dwellings in the occupation of Mrs Heartley, Sarah Dickenson and Thomas Wilson.
Page 260 Mrs Heartley. Place: Tadcaster. Part of an old cottage let to David Graves.
Page 260 Sarah Dickenson. Place: Tadcaster. Part of an old cottage let to David Graves.
Page 260 Thomas Wilson. Place: Tadcaster. Part of an old cottage let to David Graves.
Page 260 Joseph Ellenworth. Place: Tadcaster. A small cottage let to David Graves.
Page 260 John Coates. Tenancy: For 30 years from Lady Day 1798. Place: Tadcaster. A house in the Bridge Street with backyard stable etc. Page 261/262 William Blackhouse. Tenancy: The Inn from Lady Day 1798 for 21 years at yearly rent. The Farm from Lady Day 1798 from year to year. Place: Tadcaster. Property: The White Horse Inn. A messuage of three storeys containing on the ground floor two parlours, entrance, bar, waiters' room, a room for servants, kitchen, scullery and pantry, small wine cellar under the bar, arched ale cellar under the kitchen and another small cellar. On the first storey, a drawing room, best bedroom, and a small one to the front, three other bedrooms, two over the the kitchen and two others, above two bedrooms with boarded floors and six others with plaister floors, a mangle room and fruit closet. A small house across the gateway affords merely a servants' room below and accommodation for soldiers above, sundry attached offices, stabling, two of three stalls and one six, coach house for four carriages open beneath, having granary above, open stables for post horses, smith's shop, pigstyes and sundry hovels, a small stable, yard and garden. Detached a building used as stable, cowhouse and dove cote, a cart house and stable, also on opposite side of the road a large hovel and sheds. 152 acres.
Page 263 William Huscroft. Tenancy: For 30 years from Lady Day 1798. Place: Tadcaster. No buildings.
Page 263 Benjamin Wood. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. A small workshop used by a flax dresser, built at his own expense.
Page 263 Levi Whitehead. Tenancy: For 30 years from Lady Day 1798. Place: Tadcaster. A cottage in two tenements at Town End called the Old Manor House.
Page 264 Levi Whitehead. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. An allotment. No buildings. 3 acres.
Page 264 Thomas Tasker. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. A newly erected house on the Waste. 7 acres.
Page 264 John Pool. Tenancy: One acre of land for 30 years wherein a house is to be built, and the remainder from year to year from Lady Day 1798. Place: Tadcaster. A piece of ground in Hind Lane and an allotment. 4 acres.
Page 265 Rev'd Vernon. Place: Tadcaster. No buildings. 3 acres. Let to Revd Jonathan Ashbridge.
Page 265 Jonathan Asbridge. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. No buildings. 3 acres. Occupied by Revd Vernon.
Page 265 John Prince. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. No buildings. 2 acres.
Page 265 Catherine Breary. Tenancy: The houses and cottages are let from Lady Day 1798 for 30 years, The land is let from Lady Day 1798 from year to year. Place: Tadcaster. A house adjoining Lofthouse's in Bridge Street with sundry warhouses used by a liquor merchant and convenient offices, built by the tenant with a garden. 7 acres.
Page 266 George Addinell. Tenancy: For 30 years from Lady Day 1798. Place: Tadcaster. Property: The Castle Farm. A farm house, with barn stable, cowhouse etc in ordinary repair with sundry helms. 191 acres.
Page 267 Samuel Backhouse. Tenancy: The farm & barns are let from Lady Day 1798 from year to year. Reserving the front and site of all the buildings in Tadcaster Street to be let upon building leases. Place: Tadcaster. A house, a newly erected stable, cowhouse and hayloft, with a barn, pigsties and helms. 40 acres.
Page 268 Thomas Lofthouse. Tenancy: For 30 years from Lady Day 1798. Place: Tadcaster. A newly erected house with sash front, slaughter house, stable, beast houses and other conveniences used as a butcher's shop, adjoining the White Horse Inn.
Page 268 Thomas Lofthouse. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. No buildings. 5 acres.
Page 268 Miles Dawson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. No buildings. 3 acres.
Page 269 John Potter. Tenancy: For 30 years from Lady Day 1798. Place: Tadcaster. A house used as a linen draper's shop, and a small house attached used as the Shovel public house by William Hoggett, two stables, coal house, pigsties and other conveniences, with a yard built at the tenant's expense.
Page 269 John Potter. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. No buildings. 5 acres.
Page 269 William Hoggett. Place: Tadcaster. A small house used as the Shovel public house let to John Potter.
Page 270 Robert Hunter. Tenancy: For 30 years from Lady Day 1798. Place: Tadcaster. A newly erected house of three storeys, back kitchen attached, three large store rooms, stables, pigsties and new built barn with lean-to hovel etc.
Page 270 Robert Hunter. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. No buildings. 21 acres.
Page 271 Thomas Bilbrough. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. No buildings. 3 acres.
Page 271 John Bilbrough. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. Allotment. 3 acres.
Page 271 John Rycroft. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. A cottage in the occupation of Martha Burnett.
Page 271 Martha Burnett. Place: Tadcaster. A cottage let to John Rycroft.
Page 272 John Tasker. Tenancy: For 30 years from Lady Day 1798. Place: Tadcaster. A house used as a watchmaker's shop, let to G Goodall with a small garden, pigsties etc. Also a cottage divided into two dwellings, one of which he inhabits, the other let to John Scott.
Page 272 G Goodall. Place: Tadcaster. A house used as a watchmaker's shop, let to G Goodall with a small garden, pigsties etc let to John Tasker.
Page 272 John Scott. Place: Tadcaster. A cottage let to John Tasker.
Page 272 Thomas Bywater. Tenancy: The house let for 30 years from Lady Day 1798. The allotment from year to year . Place: Tadcaster. House of three storeys in two dwellings. One let as a chandler's shop to John Thomason, the other to William Bean, shoemaker, attached to shoemaker's shop, pigsties and garden. 3 acres.
Page 272 John Thomason. Place: Tadcaster. A chandler's shop let to Thomas Bywater.
Page 272 William Bean. Place: Tadcaster. A shoemaker's shop let to Thomas Bywater.
Page 273 Ann Baxter. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. A cottage and small yard in the occupation of Thomas Brammitt.
Page 273 Thomas Brammitt. Place: Tadcaster. A cottage and small yard let to Ann Baxter.
Page 273 Thomas Brumitt. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. A newly erected house with attached range of cottages forming seven dwellings with a barn, stable, pigsties and sundry helms. 40 acres.
Page 274 John Archbell. Tenancy: For 30 years from Lady Day 1798. Place: Tadcaster. A range of cottages with gardens to each in the ocupation of James Wheater, Mary Bean, Widow Pick, the overseers of John Houscroft.
Page 274 James Wheater. Place: Tadcaster. A cottage with garden let to John Archbell.
Page 274 Mary Bean. Place: Tadcaster. A cottage with garden let to John Archbell.
Page 274 Widow Pick. Place: Tadcaster. A cottage with garden let to John Archbell.
Page 274 John Houscroft. Place: Tadcaster. A cottage with garden let to John Archbell.
Page 274 Robert Rycroft. Tenancy: The house let for 30 years from Lady Day 1798. The allotment from year to year . Place: Tadcaster. A house with sash front, used as a draper's shop, sundry warehouses and other conveniences built at the tenant's expense with a neat garden. 3 acres.
Page 275 Thomas Bywater. Tenancy: The house let for 30 years from Lady Day 1798. The close from year to year . Place: Tadcaster. A house used as the George public house, with a cooper's shop, stable, barn and pigsties etc. 1 acres.
Page 275 Benjamin Midlam. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. No buildings.
Page 275 Jane Morley. Tenancy: For 30 years from Lady Day 1798. Place: Tadcaster. A house adjoining Breary's, divided in front into two shops, one in her own occupation, the other let to William Lofthouse, butcher, with seven other dwellings with conveniences and a small garden.
Page 275 William Lofthouse. Place: Tadcaster. A butcher's shop let to Jane Morley.
Page 276 John Rowley. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. A cottage in two tenements situate in Back Lane let to Thomas Simpson and James Smith.
Page 276 Thomas Simpson. Place: Tadcaster. A cottage in two tenements situate in Back Lane let to John Rowley.
Page 276 James Smith. Place: Tadcaster. A cottage in two tenements situate in Back Lane let to John Rowley.
Page 276 John Plowes. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. An unfinished cottage in the Back Lane in two dwellings.
Page 276 William Plowes. Place: Tadcaster. A small cottage in New Street, also two dwellings in the Roundabout House let to Joseph Plowes and Richard Pawson.
Page 276 Joseph Plowes. Place: Tadcaster. A dwelling in Roundabout House let to William Plowes.
Page 276 Richard Pawson. Place: Tadcaster. A dwelling in Roundabout House let to William Plowes.
Page 277 John Wise. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. A cottage in three dwellings, two of them let, one to Thomas Skelton, the other to John Horseman. Another dwelling built at the tenant's expense and let to with a garden to Peter Coates.
Page 277 Thomas Skelton. Place: Tadcaster. A cottage let to John Wise.
Page 277 John Horseman. Place: Tadcaster. A cottage let to John Wise.
Page 277 Peter Coates. Place: Tadcaster. A dwelling with garden let to John Wise.
Page 277 Robert Rycroft. Tenancy: For 30 years from Lady Day 1798. Place: Tadcaster. An old cottage with a pretty garden behind it in the High Street, adjoining a cottage in two dwellings, one of them used as a public house with a garden.
Page 278 John Webster. Tenancy: For 30 years from Lady Day 1798. Place: Tadcaster. A cottage at the Cross with a little garden taken from the Waste.
Page 278 Joseph Bowser. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. A very small cottage with a hut adjoining and several hovels.
Page 278 Peter Coates. Tenancy: For 30 years from Lady Day 1798. Place: Tadcaster. Two small dwelings adjoining Joseph Bowser's.
Page 278 William Read. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. A cottage in good repair.
Page 279 Thomas Hilton. Tenancy: Blind, and his rent must not be raised. Place: Tadcaster. A very small cottage on the waste.
Page 279 Margaret Smith. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. A neat cottage built at the tenant's expense.
Page 279 John Rawson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. A very small cottage and neatly planted garden taken from the Waste, at the end of Lady - Pits.
Page 279 William Farrer. Tenancy: For 30 years from Lady Day 1798. Place: Tadcaster. A cottage at the south end of the far Back Lane, with conveniences, divided into four dwellings occupied by John Marshall, John Atkinson, Matthew Mathison and Elizabeth Wright.
Page 279 John Marshall. Place: Tadcaster. A cottage let to William Farrer.
Page 279 John Atkinson. Place: Tadcaster. A cottage let to William Farrer.
Page 279 Matthew Mathison. Place: Tadcaster. A cottage let to William Farrer.
Page 279 Elizabeth Wright. Place: Tadcaster. A cottage let to William Farrer.
Page 280 Matthew Teal. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. A small cottage with a little yard, built at the tenant's expense.
Page 280 John Bailey. Tenancy: For 21 years from Lady Day 1798. Place: Tadcaster. A cottage in three dwellings, in the occupation of Widow Crowther, Mary Thompson and Hannah Lofthouse.
Page 280 Widow Crowther. Place: Tadcaster. One of three dwellings let to John Bailey.
Page 280 Mary Thompson. Place: Tadcaster. One of three dwellings let to John Bailey.
Page 280 Hannah Lofthouse. Place: Tadcaster. One of three dwellings let to John Bailey.
Page 281 George Dobson. Tenancy: For 30 years from Lady Day 1798. Place: Tadcaster. Three good dwellings having a pretty garden and garth behind. Two let to Thomas Slater and John Irish.
Page 281 Thomas Slater. Place: Tadcaster. One of three dwellings let to George Dobson.
Page 281 John Irish. Place: Tadcaster. One of three dwellings let to George Dobson.
Page 281 Lambert Laycock. Tenancy: For 21 years from Lady Day 1798. Place: Tadcaster. Two cottages in bad condition. Of Boughton Percy.
Page 281 Thomas Conway. Place: Tadcaster. The moiety of a cottage in bad condition let to Lambert Laycock of Boughton Percy.
Page 281 James Cade. Place: Tadcaster. The moiety of a cottage in bad condition let to Lambert Laycock of Boughton Percy.
Page 281 Richard Lofthouse. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. A cottage in bad condition.
Page 282 William Thompson. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. A hut in bad condition.
Page 282 Sarah Lofthouse. Tenancy: For 30 years from Lady Day 1798. Place: Tadcaster. A cottage let to John Cook. A newly erected house adjoining the Pinfold, let to Joseph Backhouse, and a small yard.
Page 282 John Cook. Place: Tadcaster. A cottage let to Sarah Lofthouse.
Page 282 Joseph Backhouse. Place: Tadcaster. A newly erected house adjoining the Pinfold let to Sarah Lofthouse.
Page 282 Ann Hewday. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. A cottage divided into two dwellings, on the other side of the Pinfold.
Page 283 John Abbey. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. An old cottage in two dwellings, one let to Widow Brown, the other in the occupation of John Shepherd with two stables, a hayloft and a little yard.
Page 283 Widow Brown. Place: Tadcaster. An old cottage in two dwellings, let to John Abbey.
Page 283 John Shepherd. Place: Tadcaster. An old cottage in two dwellings, one with with two stables, a hayloft and a little yard. Let to John Abbey.
Page 283 Christopher Middleton. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. A newly erected cottage adjoining the castle garden. Hitherto has paid no rent but now is to pay.
Page 283 Thomas Wood. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. A dwelling with a little garden near the castle hill.
Page 283 Mary Cooper. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. A dwelling with a little garden near the castle hill.
Page 284 John Archbell. Tenancy: The cottage for 21 years from Lady Day 1798. The fishery from year to year. Place: Tadcaster. A newly erected cottage in a garth adjoining the churchyard, with stables, pigsties and other conveniences. Also a fishery in the River Wharfe extending through the Manor of Tadcaster.
Page 284 John Morley. Tenancy: This bargain is let from year to year. Place: Tadcaster. For the clewes or sluices in the river which arises from drawing the sluices for the passing of a barge. The landing and wharfage of all goods at Tadcaster, and 6d per ton for timber sent to be shipped. This bargain is much injured by the trade of the town being affected by the navigation of Leeds, and he declares he has not made £12 a year.
Page 285 John Bromitt. Tenancy: For 30 years from Lady Day 1798. Place: Tadcaster. A small cottage in Kirk Gate, another let to William Scott, another let to Mary Bilberry. A neat cottage in Kirk Gate in his own occupation. A cottage with stable and shop under the same roof, let to Thomas Ellebeck.
Page 285 William Scott. Place: Tadcaster. A cottage in Kirk Gate let to John Bromitt.
Page 285 Mary Bilberry. Place: Tadcaster. A cottage in Kirk Gate let to John Bromitt.
Page 285 Thomas Elleback. Place: Tadcaster. A coyttage with stable and shop under the same roof let to John Bromitt.
Page 285 Thomas Garnett. Tenancy: For 30 years from Lady Day 1798. Place: Tadcaster. A small cottage in Centre Lane.
Page 285 Michael Barker. Tenancy: For 21 years from Lady Day 1798. Place: Tadcaster. A range of dwelling divided into three and let to Widow Best and Wiliam Arnold Sadler.
Page 285 Widow Best. Place: Tadcaster. One of three dwellings let to Michael Barker.
Page 285 William Arnold. Place: Tadcaster. One of three dwellings let to Michael Barker.
Page 286 Thomas Ellis. Tenancy: For 21 years from Lady Day 1780. Place: Tadcaster. A newly erected house and smith's shop and sundry conveniences. One dwelling let to Joseph Potter, with a pretty garden.
Page 286 Joseph Potter. Place: Tadcaster. A dwelling with a pretty garden let to Thomas Ellis.
Page 286 John Ward. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. A newly erected cottage lately built on the waste in Centre Lane.
Page 286 William Potter. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. A hovel and rick yard taken from the waste in Centre Lane. Also a mere hut adjoining lofthouses.
Page 287 Ralph Bean. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. A new erected cottage.
Page 287 Robert Kirby. Tenancy: From Lady Day 1798 year to year. Place: Tadcaster. A moiety of a cottage, let to Catherine Breary.
Page 287 Catherine Breary. Place: Tadcaster. A cottage let to Robert Kirby.
Free rents:
Page 2 The representatives of the late Sir Norton Robinson. Manor of Topcliffe. Place: Newby.
Page 2 Thomas Stubbs Walker, gentleman. Manor of Topcliffe. Place: Topcliffe.
Page 2 John Jackson. Manor of Topcliffe. Place: Topcliffe.
Page 2 Francis Moyser. Manor of Topcliffe. Place: Topcliffe.
Page 2 John Brittain. Manor of Topcliffe. Place: Topcliffe.
Page 2 William Walbran. Manor of Topcliffe. Place: Topcliffe.
Page 2 Thomas Smith. Manor of Topcliffe. Place: Topcliffe.
Page 2 Edward Jacques. Manor of Topcliffe. Place: Topcliffe.
Page 2 The representatives of the late Peter Bell. Manor of Topcliffe. Place: Catton.
Page 2 John Watson. Manor of Topcliffe. Place: Skipton.
Page 2 Thomas Gilling. Manor of Topcliffe. Place: Dishforth & Asenby.
Page 2 Francis Barroby. Manor of Topcliffe. Place: Asenby.
Page 2 John Holden. Manor of Topcliffe. Place: Asenby.
Page 2 William Coupland. Manor of Topcliffe. Place: Asenby.
Page 2 John Rockliffe. Manor of Topcliffe. Place: Asenby.
Page 2 Duke of Bridgewater. Manor of Topcliffe. Place: Dishforth.
Page 2 The representatives of the late Sir Norton Robinson. Manor of Topcliffe. Place: Dishforth.
Page 2 William Morley. Manor of Topcliffe. Place: Dishforth.
Page 2 Mr Rockliffe. Manor of Topcliffe. Place: Dishforth.
Page 2 William Leadley. Manor of Topcliffe. Place: Dishforth.
Page 2 Thomas Clark. Manor of Topcliffe. Place: Dishforth.
Page 2 Francis Barrowby. Manor of Topcliffe. Place: Dishforth.
Page 2 Margaret Rainforth. Manor of Topcliffe. Place: Dishforth.
Page 2 John Morley. Manor of Topcliffe. Place: Dishforth.
Page 2 Rogers of Stainburn. Manor of Topcliffe. Place: Dishforth.
Page 2 John Fawdington. Manor of Topcliffe. Place: Asenby.
Page 79 Mr Evans. Manor of Seamar. Place: Seamar.
Page 79 Mr Isles. Manor of Seamar. Place: Seamar.
Page 125 Francis Fawkes. Manor of Spofforth. Place: Spofforth.
Page 125 W Fenton Scott. Manor of Spofforth. Place: Spofforth.
Page 125 William Middleton. Manor of Spofforth. Place: Spofforth.
Page 125 Lord Harewood. Manor of Spofforth. Place: Spofforth.
Page 125 Mr Flower. Manor of Spofforth. Place: Spofforth.
Page 125 Samuel Powell. Manor of Spofforth. Place: Spofforth.
Page 125 Mr Faville. Manor of Spofforth. Place: Spofforth.
Page 125 William Cocker. Manor of Spofforth. Place: Spofforth.
Page 125 Thomas Wheelhouse. Manor of Spofforth. Place: Spofforth.
Page 125 Widow Clayton. Manor of Spofforth. Place: Spofforth.
Page 125 Mr Williamson. Manor of Spofforth. Place: Spofforth.
Page 125 Mark Park. Manor of Spofforth. Place: Spofforth.
Page 125 John Crosby. Manor of Spofforth. Place: Spofforth.
Page 125 Robert Snowdon. Manor of Spofforth. Place: Spofforth.
Page 125 John Thackery. Manor of Spofforth. Place: Spofforth.
Page 125 Thomas Pinder. Manor of Spofforth. Place: Spofforth.
Page 125 William Grafton. Manor of Spofforth. Place: Spofforth.
Page 125 Widow Revel. Manor of Spofforth. Place: Spofforth.
Page 125 John Oates. Manor of Spofforth. Place: Spofforth.
Page 125 Edward Thompson. Manor of Spofforth. Place: Spofforth.
Page 125 Joseph Muchamp. Manor of Spofforth. Place: Spofforth.
Page 125 Robert Tasker. Manor of Spofforth. Place: Spofforth.
Page 125 William Pullein. Manor of Spofforth. Place: Spofforth.
Page 125 Hannah Wheelhouse. Manor of Spofforth. Place: Spofforth.
Page 125 Nestfield. Manor of Spofforth. Place: Spofforth.
Page 125 Oistby. Manor of Spofforth. Place: Spofforth.
Page 125 Joshua Smith. Manor of Spofforth. Place: Spofforth.
Page 125 William Tate. Manor of Spofforth. Place: Spofforth.
Page 125 Andrew Johnson. Manor of Spofforth. Place: Spofforth.
Page 233 Mr Boucher. Manor of Tadcaster. Place: Tadcaster. For Man's Croft.
Page 233 The executors of Thomas Breary. Manor of Tadcaster. Place: Tadcaster. For the house formerly the Black Bull, near the Bridge End.
Page 233 Mr Hill. Manor of Tadcaster. Place: Tadcaster. For a house.
Page 233 Robert Houseman. Manor of Tadcaster. Place: Tadcaster.
Page 233 The Rev Edward Marshall. Manor of Tadcaster. Place: Tadcaster. For land late Taylor.
Page 233 Mr Bullock. Manor of Tadcaster. Place: Tadcaster. For a house late and land late Moorhouse.
Page 233 Matthew Todd. Manor of Tadcaster. Place: Tadcaster. For the house formerly The Red Hart Inn.
Page 233 Henry Rockliffe. Manor of Tadcaster. Place: Tadcaster.
Page 233 John Smith. Manor of Tadcaster. Place: Tadcaster.
Page 233 Mr Hartley. Manor of Tadcaster. Place: Tadcaster.
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Publication Year: 1895
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The people listed in the wood pay book are shown here in alphabetical order, with the district following their name.
George Adsett. James Baker's district, Sep 1892-Mar 1895. Daily rate 1s 10d or 2s.
Mrs Adsett. Sundries, Feb 1894. 12s for two saws.
George Alderton. Frank Welland's district, May-July 1893. Daily rate 2s.
A Allen. Dumpford, May 1894. 1s 6d for nails for repairing fences.
Frederick Allin. Dumpford, Mar 1895. 2s 6d for ammunition.
Charles Andrews. Frank Welland's district, Mar-Apr 1894. Between 3s and £1 19s for breaking stones.
B J or HS Austen. Tradesmen's bills, Dec 1892-Mar 1895. Between £2 8s 11d and £20 10s 2d for ironmongery.
Alfred Aylwin. Sundries, Oct 1892-Oct 1894. Between 4s and £7 3s 7d for hens, withs, bavins, stakes etc.
Albert E Baker. James Baker's district, Dec 1894. Daily rate 2s.
George Baker. Keepers out districts - Heyshott, Sep 1892-Mar 1895. Monthly rate £3. Also 1s per nest for 8 or 12 nests, and railway fare of 10d or 1s.
James Baker. James Baker's district, Sep 1892-Mar 1895. Fortnightly rate 2s 10d
Samuel Baker. James Baker's district, Sep 1892-Mar 1895. Daily rate 2s.
Samuel Baker & Co. James Baker's district, May 1893-Mar 1895. Between 12s 6d and £19 14s 8d for hedging and ditching, rining, bark cleaning, trimming rides, digging holes and planting.
Thomas Baker. James Baker's district, Sep 1892-Mar 1895. Daily rate 2s. Includes assisting keeper.
Thomas Baker & Co. James Baker's district, May 1893-Oct 1894. Between 16s 9d and £21 11s 7d for wood cutting, knotting timber, cleaning ditches, fence trimming, rining.
William Baker. James Baker's district, Sep 1892-July 1894. Daily rate 2s. Also 1s per nest for 17 or 34 nests.
William Baker & Co. James Baker's district, Sep 1892. £12 16s 3d for fencing and hedge mending.
Henry Barnes. Joseph Squires' district, Sep 1892. Daily rate 1s 10d.
Henry Barnes. Stagpark, Oct-Dec 1892. Daily rate 1s 10d.
Henry Barnes. James Baker's district, Jan 1893-Oct 1894. Daily rate 1s 10d.
D Batchelor. Sundries, Jan-Mar 1895. Daily rate 2s 4d.
E Batchelor. Sundries, Dec 1894-Mar 1895. Daily rate 2s 4d.
Edmund Batchelor. Frank Welland's district, Dec 1893-Aug 1894. Daily rate 2s.
Edward Batchelor. Frank Welland's district, Sep 1892-Mar 1895. Daily rate 2s.
R Baxter. Sundries, Sep 1893-Mar 1895. Between 7s 7d and 16s 7d for smith's work and repairing tools.
Reuben Baxter. Tradesmen's bills, Dec 1892-Dec 1894. Between 16s 2d and £7 18s 1d for smith's work and repairing tools.
James Beach. Sundries, May 1893, May 1894. 3s 3d or 5s 1d for bavins and stakes.
Alfred Blunden. Raffling Wood district, July 1893, July 1894. 1s per nest for 38 or 61 nests.
- Boniface. Sundries, Oct 1894. 2s 6d for papers, stamps etc.
George Boniface. Totttington Woods, Sep 1892-Mar 1895. Daily rate 2s. Also between 2s and £15 10s 8d for planting, hedging and ditching, rining, wood cutting, taking off and cleaning bark, making faggots, digging holes, repairing roads and fences.
E Boxall & Co. Frank Welland's district, Jan 1895. £7 14s 11d for planting.
Edward Boxall. Frank Welland's district, May-Sep 1893. Daily rate 2s.
Ephraim Boxall. Frank Welland's district, Mar 1893-Mar 1895. Between 6d and 2s 6d, including for boughing trees.
Ephraim Boxall & Co. Frank Welland's district, Mar 1894-Mar 1895. Between 15s and £7 11s 9d for hedging, ditching, planting, repairing gates, and putting up post and rail fence.
James Boxall. Sundries, Dec 1892. £1 4s for repairing gates etc.
James Boxall. Drove district, Apr 1894. £2 6s 6d for putting up post and rail fence.
James Boxall. Dumpford, Nov 1894. 4s for repairing gates
Thomas Boxall. Frank Welland's district, Dec 1894. Daily rate 2s 2d.
William Boxall. Dumpford, Oct 1892-Mar 1895. Daily rate 2s. Also between 2s 6d and £3 15s 5d for trimming rides, hedging and ditching, digging holes and planting, and 1s 6d for railway fare to Petworth with game.
- Brooker. James Baker's district, Oct 1893-Feb 1895. 16s per month for assisting keeper at Wetwood.
Charles Brooker. Gandersgate district , July 1893, July 1894. 1s per nest for 19 or 22 nests.
David Broom. James Baker's district, June 1893. 16s per month for assisting keeper at Wetwood.
A J Bryant. Tradesmen's bills, Dec 1892-Mar 1895. Between 1s 6d and 16s for stationery.
Mrs Bryder. James Baker's district, Mar 1894-Mar 1895. Between 3s 6d and 10s 6d for repairing tools and iron work for gates.
Thomas Bryder. Sundries, Sep 1892. 8s 10d for repairing tools & ironwork.
Frank Bryer. Keepers out districts - Waltham Park, Sep 1892-Aug 1894. Monthly rate £3 4s. Also 1s per nest for 67 nests.
Frank Bryer. Frank Welland's district, July 1893. £1 15s 6d for hens.
Frank Bryer. Sundries, July 1894. £1 11s 4d for hens, suet, and carriage of dog.
Fred Bryer. Keepers out districts - Waltham Park, Mar 1893-Mar 1895. Monthly rate £3 4s. Also 1s per nest for 74 nests.
Henry Bryer. Perrifields district , July 1893, July 1894. 1s per nest for 169 or 191 nests.
William Burgess. Sundries, Aug 1893. 6s 2d for notice boards.
Thomas Butler. Sundries, Sep 1892. £1 10s for moving a shed from Elsted to Petworth.
Thomas Butler. Dumpford, Dec 1892. 8s for moving Boxall from Iping to Elsted.
James Caplin. Sundries, May 1893, May 1894. 6s for pitchers etc, 5s 8d for withs and stakes.
- Card. Sundries, Nov 1893. 2s 8d for picking four bushels of chestnuts.
Thomas Carn. Frank Welland's district, Dec 1892-Jan 1893. Between 12s 6d and £1 16s 6d for hedging.
Edward Catt. Dumpford, Sep 1893. £2 17s for wheat and ground oats.
Chadwick & Son. Sundries, Mar 1893. 8s for dog hutch.
J Chalcraft. Sundries, May 1893, Jan 1894. 10s or 16s 7d for repairing thatching (once on Dunstall's fowlhouse).
Henry Challen. Sundries, July 1894. 6s for bavins.
James Challen. Sundries, May 1893. £1 19s 4d for carting bark.
John Challen. Heyshott district, Nov 1893-May 1894. 4s for carting out gates and fencing, 4s for horse and cart one day carting out stumps, £1 18s for carting bushes and repairing fences.
W Challen. Sundries, May 1893. 8s for withs etc.
William Challen. Heyshott district, July 1893. 12s for carting bushes, £3 12s 1d for carting bark.
- Chandler. Sundries, May 1893. 6s 8d for withs etc.
Rowland Chandler. Sundries, May 1894. 4s 6d for bavins and stakes.
Thomas Chandler. Keepers out districts - Wetwood, Sep 1892-Mar 1895. Monthly rate £3 4s. Also 1s per nest for 67 or 71 nests.
W Chandler. Tottington Woods, May 1894. 2s 2d for housing bark.
William Clark. Frank Welland's district, Sep 1892-Mar 1895. Daily rate 2s.
William Clark & Co. Frank Welland's district, May 1893-Aug 1894. Between £1 5s and £3 10s for bark cleaning; £1 15s or £2 9s 7d for repairing road.
George Cobby. Frank Welland's district, Sep 1892-Mar 1895. Daily rate 1s 10d. Also 3s 6d for one night watching Duncton Common after fire (Apr 1893); between 6s and £3 12s 5d for hedging and ditching, trimming rides, and planting.
George Cobby & Co. Frank Welland's district, Sep 1892-Apr 1894. Between 17s 8d and £2 19s 7d for hedge trimming, ditching, digging holes and planting, trimming rides.
William Cobby. Sundries, May 1893, May 1894. £1 4s for pitchers, 9s 10d for withs, pitchers etc.
E J Collins. Tottington Woods, Nov 1892, Feb 1895. £1 6s 4d or £2 3s 10d for gate work and repairing tools.
James Connor. Sundries, June 1893. £2 3s 10d for withs and pitchers.
John Connor. Sundries, Jun 1893-Jun 1894. Between 8s and £3 9s for withs, stakes, bavins, pitchers etc.
Joseph Connor. Sundries, Oct 1894. 1s 8d for 200 withs.
George Cooper. Frank Welland's district, Apr-Jun 1893. Daily rate 2s. Also £1 10s or £2 7s 5d for wood cutting.
Jesse Copus. Sundries, Dec 1892-Mar 1895. Fortnightly rate 2s 6d.
Henry Court. Frank Welland's district, Apr-May 1893. Daily rate 2s 4d.
Jesse Covey. Frank Welland's district, Apr 1894. Daily rate 2s.
John Cowdray. Joseph Squires' district, Sep 1892. Daily rate 2s 6d.
John Cowdray. Stagpark, Oct-Dec 1892. Daily rate 2s 6d.
John Cowdray. James Baker's district, Jan 1893. Daily rate 2s 6d.
John Cowdray. Sundries, Apr 1893-May 1894. Between 3s and £1 2s 6d for painting and repairing coops at Hornsland.
Cragg & Son. Tradesmen's bills, Mar 1784. £1 8s 9d for painters etc.
Henry Dabbs. Heyshott district, Sep 1892-Mar 1895. Daily rate 2s. Also 5s for two hens for rearing pheasants.
W Dean. Tottington Woods, Mar 1894-Mar 1895. Daily rate 2s 2d.
Death & Son. Sundries, Oct 1892-Oct 1894. Between £26 5s 2d and £27 11s for selling underwood.
- Dewey. Sundries, July 1894. 4s 7d for carriage of game and bags.
A H C Dewey. Sundries, Mar 1895. 9s 7d for carriage of game.
George Diggens. James Baker's district, Sep 1892. Daily rate 1s.
George Diggens. James Baker's district, Oct 1892. 1s for assisting keeper at Wetwood.
John Duncton. Bark, July 1893. £21 6s 5d for carting.
John Duncton. Frank Welland's district, Mar 1894. £1 8s for moving Elliot & Heather.
John Duncton. Sundries, May, Sep 1894. 4s or 14s 2d for bavins and stakes.
Eager & Lewis. Sundries, Dec 1892-Mar 1895. Between 4s and £8 5s 9d for venison wrappers, cover beaters kit, and chestnuts for deer.
John Eede. Sundries, June 1894. 7s 6d for 3 hens.
William Elcome. Heyshott district, Apr 1893. 3s 4d for withs etc.
Elliot & Co. Frank Welland's district, Feb 1895. £1 7s for drawing seedling birch.
Alfred Elliot. Frank Welland's district, Sep-Oct 1892. Daily rate 2s.
George Elliot. Frank Welland's district, Sep 1892-Mar 1895. Daily rate 2s.
George Elliot & Co. Frank Welland's district, Dec 1892-Mar 1895. Between 7s 6d and £15 10s 4d for planting, boughing, digging holes and planting, wood cutting, ditching, roading, trimming rides, cutting and making new rides, hedge mending, hedging and ditching.
George Elliot & Stoner. Frank Welland's district, Jan 1893. 6d extra for boughing.
James Elliot. Frank Welland's district, Jun 1893. 8s 11d for withs and stakes.
William Enticknap. Frank Welland's district, Mar 1894. 3s for repairing axe.
- Farley. Drove district, Dec 1893. 8d for 50 nails for repairing fences.
Alick Farley. Drove district, Apr 1894. 1s 4d for 100 nails.
William Faulkener. Tradesmen's bills, Dec 1893. £1 11s 4d for gates.
J Fell. Frank Welland's district, May 1894. 2s 6d for withs.
George Fish. Tottington Woods, May 1894. 10s for rining.
Richard Fish. Tottington Woods, Sep 1893. 19s 6d for withs.
James Foard. Frank Welland's district, Dec 1892-Mar 1895. Between 3s 6d and 15s 6d for smith's work and repairing tools.
R Ford / Foard & Co. Frank Welland's district, Jun 1893-Jun 1894. Between £2 and £3 15s for bark cleaning.
Richard Ford. , July 1893. £6 13s 8d for cleaning bark.
William Freemantle. James Baker's district, Sep 1892. Drawing timber to sawpit.
William Freemantle. Sundries, Nov 1893, Jun 1894. 11s 3d or £2 17s 6d for drawing timber to sawpit.
George Glaysher / Glazier. Sundries, Feb 1893-Jun 1894. Between £1 2s and £1 19s for keepers' brooms.
- Goodall. Sundries, Aug 1894. 18s for composition for trees.
W & H Green. Tradesmen's bills, Dec 1892-Mar 1895. Between £10 0s 8d and £55 17s 1d for ammunition and feed.
J Groombridge. Drove district, Sep 1894. 18s 4d for repairing tools.
T Groombridge. Drove district, Apr 1893. 12s 4d for repairing tools.
James Gumbrell jnr. James Baker's district, Apr 1893. Daily rate 2s.
James Gumbrell snr. James Baker's district, Apr 1893. Daily rate 2s.
Alfred Hall. Joseph Squires' district, Sep 1892. Daily rate 2s.
Alfred Hall. Stagpark, Oct-Dec 1892. Daily rate 2s.
Alfred Hall. James Baker's district, Jan 1893-Mar 1895. Daily rate 2s.
Alfred Hall & Co. James Baker's district, Jun 1893. Between 10s 11d and 15s 4d for knotting timber.
Charles Hall. Frank Welland's district, Nov 1893, Jan 1894. Daily rate 2s.
George Hall. Joseph Squires' district, Sep 1892. Daily rate 2s.
George Hall. Stagpark, Oct-Dec 1892. Daily rate 2s.
George Hall. James Baker's district, Jan-May 1893. Daily rate 2s.
George Hall. Frank Welland's district, May-Jun 1893. Daily rate 2s.
George Hall. James Baker's district, Jun 1893-Mar 1895. Daily rate 2s.
J W Handy. Sundries, Oct 1893, Jul 1894. 6s 5d or 11s for bush bavins, withs and stakes etc.
G & W Heath. Sundries, May 1893. 6s for hedge stakes.
George Heath. Sundries, May 1894. 4s 6d for bavins and stakes.
Heather & Co. Frank Welland's district, Dec 1894. 5s for planting.
Henry Heather. Frank Welland's district, Sep-Dec 1892. Daily rate 2s 2d.
Henry Heather & Elliot. Frank Welland's district, Nov 1892. 1s for putting in one coffer, 4s for making ditch, £2 6s 3d for making road.
Henry Heather. Sundries, Dec 1892-Apr 1894. Daily rate 2s 2d.
Henry Heather. Frank Welland's district, May 1894. £1 9s 2d for wood cutting.
Henry Heather. Sundries, May-Dec 1894. Daily rate 2s 6d.
James Heather. Frank Welland's district, Sep 1892-Jan 1895. Daily rate 2s. Also between 12s and £2 12s 4d for hedging, ditching, planting, and wood cutting.
James Heather & Co. Frank Welland's district, Apr-Jun 1894. Between 12s and £2 4s 8d for hedging and ditching.
- Hill. Sundries, Oct 1892-Feb 1894. 5s for clipping horse.
Alfred Holden. Sundries, Aug 1893, Aug 1894. 7s 10d or £5 3s 11d for bavins, stakes and withs.
Eli Holden. Sundries, Sep 1894. 8s 10d for withs and stakes.
John Holden. Sundries, May 1894. 10s for hedge stakes.
Robert Holden. Sundries, May 1893, May 1894. 2s 8d for pitchers, 11s 2d for stakes etc.
Frederick Hooker. Sundries, Sep 1892. 2s 6d.
Frederick Hooker. Sundries, Oct 1892. 2s 6d for stones etc. 6 days in lieu of notice.
Thomas Hounsome. , July 1893. £3 6s 5d for housing and carting bark.
Harvey Hunt. Tradesmen's bills, Dec 1893. £2 11s 5d for repairing gates.
John Isted. Frank Welland's district, Sep 1892-Mar 1895. Daily rate 2s. Also 1s for thatching with keeper (Baker), and between 7s and £5 0s 8d for roading, planting, and drawing seedlings.
John Isted & Co. Frank Welland's district, Jul 1893-Feb 1894. Between 7s 6d and £10 16s 11d for planting and digging holes.
A & C Jacobs. , Jul 1893. £47 18s 9d for taking off and cleaning bark.
Alfred Jacobs. Joseph Squires' district, Sep 1892. Daily rate 2s.
Alfred Jacobs & Co. Joseph Squires' district, Sep 1892. £7 10s for hedging and ditching.
Alfred Jacobs. Stagpark, Oct-Dec 1892. Daily rate 2s.
Alfred Jacobs & Co. Stagpark, Oct-Dec 1892. Between £1 and £5 for fence trimming, digging holes and planting, drawing seedlings and plants.
Alfred Jacobs. James Baker's district, Jan 1893-Mar 1895. Daily rate 2s.
Alfred Jacobs & Co. James Baker's district, Jan 1893-Mar 1895. Between 7s and £22 10s for digging holes and planting, hedging and ditching, rining, wood cutting, trimming rides and fences, bark cleaning.
George Jacobs. Joseph Squires' district, Sep 1892. Daily rate 1s 8d.
George Jacobs. Stagpark, Oct-Dec 1892. Daily rate 1s 8d.
George Jacobs. James Baker's district, Jan 1893-Mar 1895. Daily rate between 1s 8d and 2s 4d.
Reuben Jenner. Heyshott district, Apr 1893. Daily rate 2s.
William Jenner. Heyshott district, Jun-Jul 1893. Between £1 and £3 0s 6d for bark cleaning.
Walter Joyes. , Jul 1893. £5 16s 1d for housing and carting bark.
Thomas Keen. Chillinghurst district , Jul 1893. 1s per nest for 49 nests.
Thomas Keen. Stagpark, Jul 1894. 1s per nest for 53 nests.
Henry Kingshott. Joseph Squires' district, Sep 1892. Daily rate 2s.
Henry Kingshott. Stagpark, Oct-Dec 1892. Daily rate 2s.
Henry Kingshott. James Baker's district, Jan 1893-Mar 1895. Daily rate 2s.
William Knight. Sundries, Sep 1892-Mar 1895. 5s or 5s 8d as clerk.
Little & Ballantyne. Sundries, July 1893, July 1894. £3 15s 6d for larch; £17 12s 6d for forest plants.
John Lintott. Sundries, Jun 1894. 7s 10d for withs etc.
James Luff. Sundries, May 1893. 19s 8d for half a day repairing road at Didling Hanger.
Walter Luttman. Frank Welland's district, Nov 1892-Mar 1895. Daily rate 2s. Also 3s 6d for one night watching Duncton Common after fire (Apr 1893), and between 5s 6d and £7 3s for hedging and ditching, wood cutting, planting.
Walter Luttman jnr. Frank Welland's district, Jun 1894-Mar 1895. Daily rate 10d.
Walter Luttman snr. Frank Welland's district, Jun 1894-Mar 1895. Daily rate 2s.
Mark Luxford. Frank Welland's district, May-Nov 1893. Daily rate 2s. Also between £1 13s 4d and £18 9s 1d for wood cutting, hedge trimming, ditching, boughing, carrying faggots and carting bark.
W & C Luxford. , Jul 1893. £19 for taking off and cleaning bark.
S S Marshall. Sundries, Mar 1894. £1 5s for 150 beech plants
W & H Maybank. Tradesmen's bills, Dec 1892-Mar 1895. Between £4 15s and £12 15s 6d for coach/carriage builder, wheelwright, repairing carts.
Henry Miles. Sundries, Sep 1892-Mar 1895. Daily rate 2s 6d, sometimes in stables and gun room. Also 5s 8d as clerk (Aug 1894).
Henry Miles & Co. Frank Welland's district, Apr-May 1894. Between £2 10s and £7 4s 5d for wood cutting.
Stephen Miles. Heyshott district, Apr 1893. Daily rate 2s.
T Miles. Heyshott district, Apr 1893. Daily rate 2s.
A Mills. Dumpford, Sep 1894. 11s 4d for 56lbs of rice and 2lbs of pepper.
Arthur Mills. Dumpford, Sep 1893. 13s 10d for feed for birds, rice, pepper and greaves.
Henry Mills. Heyshott district, Aug 1894. 5s 4d for wheat and feed for young pheasants.
Stephen Mills. Dumpford, Jun 1894. 1s 9d for 7lbs of shot.
A G Morley. Tradesmen's bills, Dec 1892-Mar 1895. Between £2 14s 4d and £11 5s 5d for harness maker.
A G Morley. Sundries, Sep 1893, Sep 1894. £9 2s 9d for cover beaters kit.
Thomas Newman. Tradesmen's bills, Dec 1892, Mar 1893. £3 14s 4d or £12 3s 8d for carpenter.
Thomas Newman. James Baker's district, Dec 1893. 18s 5d for repairing gates.
Charles Oliver. Drove district, Oct 1892-Mar 1895. Daily rate between 2s and 3s 4d.
Thomas Oliver. Drove district, Sep 1892. Daily rate 3s.
Frank Padwick. Frank Welland's district, Sep-Oct 1894. Daily rate 2s.
William Parry. Heyshott district, Sep 1892-Sep 1894. Between £1 4s 8d and £3 12s 1d for repairing tools, gates and fences.
William Parry & Son. Heyshott district, Jul 1894. £2 9s 2d for repairing gates, fences and tools.
Thomas Payne. Sundries, May 1894. 3s 3d for bavins and stakes.
Edward Peacock. Frank Welland's district, Sep 1892-Mar 1895. Daily rate 2s. Also between 1s and 6s 6d for boughing, 1s 6d for one day extra ploughing
Edward Peacock & Co. Frank Welland's district, Jun-Jul 1894. Between £1 and £7 0s 4d for ditching.
Eli Peacock. James Baker's district, Oct 1893. £4 for sawing.
Eli Peacock. Sundries, Oct 1893. £4 0s 11d for sawing, woods.
Eli Peacock. Frank Welland's district, Dec 1894-Feb 1895. Daily rate 3s.
Eli Peacock & Co. James Baker's district, Mar 1894. £4 for sawing.
Henry Peacock. Frank Welland's district, Sep 1892-Mar 1895. Daily rate 2s.
Levi Peacock. Sundries, Sep-Nov 1892. £2 for sawing.
Levi Peacock. Frank Welland's district, Nov 1892-Dec 1894. Between £1 6s and £7 10s 1d for sawing, and making hedge.
Levi Peacock. James Baker's district, Jan 1893-Mar 1895. Daily rate 2s 10d. Also £6 2s 7d for sawing.
Thomas Peacock. Frank Welland's district, Oct 1893-Dec 1894. Between 2s 6d and £9 16s 7d for sawing.
Thomas Peacock & Co. James Baker's district, Jan 1895. £2 for sawing.
Thomas Peacock. Sundries, Feb 1895. £3 15s for sawing.
George Pellett. Sundries, Sep, Dec 1892. 8s 8d or £1 4s for pipes to Gerrard Rough.
James Pellett. , Jul 1893. £15 6s 7d for housing and carting bark.
George Pennicot / Pennicott. Dumpford, Apr 1894, Mar 1895. 5s 3d or 9s 9d for repairing ironwork for gates, and repairing tools.
Pepper & Son. Sundries, Jan 1893. £1 5s 3d for lime.
Thomas Pescod. Tradesmen's bills, Sep, Dec 1893. £1 11s 9d or £4 8s 6d for carpentry.
Thomas Pescod. Frank Welland's district, Jun 1894. 8s for repairing tools.
Thomas Pescod. Sundries, Sep 1894, Mar 1895. 3s 3d or 4s for repairing tools.
George Phillips. Tradesmen's bills, Dec 1894. 12s 6d for drain pipes.
George Playsher. Sundries, Nov 1894. £1 9s for brooms.
Edward Pope. Heyshott district, Apr 1893, Apr 1894. 13s or £1 1s 1d for withs, hedge stakes and bavins.
James Pullen. Frank Welland's district, Sep 1892-Mar 1895. Daily rate 1s 10d or 2s.
James Pullen & Co. Frank Welland's district, Jul-Aug 1893. Between £1 8s 6d and £3 9s 1d for ditching.
John Pullen. Frank Welland's district, Oct 1892-Mar 1895. Daily rate 1s 10d or 2s 4d.
William Pullen / Pulling. Sundries, Oct-Dec 1892. Daily rate 2s 6d.
William Purser. Frank Welland's district, Nov 1892. Daily rate 1s 6d.
William Purser. Sundries, Dec 1892. 1s 6d for raking up leaves in Home Park and packing game in the game room.
Albert / Alfred Puttick / Puttock. Dumpford, Jan-Mar 1893. Daily rate 2s.
J Puttock. Dumpford, Feb, Sep 1894. Daily rate 2s or 2s 6d.
James Puttock. Frank Welland's district, May 1894. 15s for wood cutting.
James Puttock. Dumpford, May 1894. Daily rate 2s.
John Puttock. Dumpford, Oct 1892-Jun 1894. Daily rate 1s 6d or 2s. Also 9s for hedge stakes and bavins.
William Puttock. Sundries, May 1893-May 1894. Between 10d (for 100 withs) and 17s 6d for bavins and withs.
David Rapley. Tradesmen's bills, Mar 1893. £3 7s 3d for larch plants.
George Remnant. Frank Welland's district, Sep 1892-Mar 1895. Daily rate 2s 6d.
Thomas Remnant. Frank Welland's district, Sep 1892-Mar 1895. Daily rate 2s 6d.
Charles Ricketts. Sundries, Sep 1893, Sep 1894. 19s 6d and £1 11s 1d for carriage of bark bags.
Charles Robinson. Heyshott district, Sep 1892-Mar 1895. Daily rate 2s. Also between 2s 6d and £9 7s 4d for cutting trees, taking off bark, hedging and ditching, and rining.
Charles Robinson & Co. Heyshott district, Dec 1892-Dec 1894. Between £1 3s 6d and £5 14s for digging holes and planting, rining, cutting and making, hedging and ditching.
Alfred Sadler. Keepers out districts - Sutton, Sep 1892-Mar 1895. Monthly rate £3. Also 1s per nest for 43 or 44 nests (Sutton).
George Sadler. Joseph Squires' district, Sep 1892. Fortnightly rate 2s.
George Sadler. Stagpark, Oct-Dec 1892. Fortnightly rate 2s. Also 10d for attending to beagles.
George Sadler. James Baker's district, Jan 1893-Mar 1895. Fortnightly rate 2s. Also 10d or 1s for attending to beagles.
William Sadler. James Baker's district, Sep 1892-Mar 1895. Fortnightly rate 2s. Also 10d or 1s for attending to beagles.
William Sadler & Co. James Baker's district, May 1894. 15s for bark cleaning.
Henry Savage. High Hoes district , Jul 1893, Jul 1894. 1s per nest for 76 nests.
D Slemmings. Frank Welland's district, May 1893-Apr 1894. Daily rate 2s.
G Slemmings. Sundries, Jan 1895. 1s for railway fare.
William Small. Frank Welland's district, Nov 1893, Jan 1894. Daily rate 2s.
C W Smith. Heyshott district, May 1893. 2s for hedge stakes to Dumpford.
George Smith. Frank Welland's district, Apr-Nay 1893. Daily rate 2s.
George Smith. Tottington Woods, Nov-Dec 1894. Daily rate 2s 2d. Also 7s 6d for digging holes.
James Smith. Frank Welland's district, Mar 1895. Daily rate 2s.
William Smith. Pheasant Copse district , Jul 1893, Jul 1894. 1s per nest for 42 or 64 nests.
Arthur Sopp. Keepers out districts - Upwaltham, Sep 1892-Mar 1895. Monthly rate £3. Also 1s per nest for 17 or 22 nests.
John Sopp. Frank Welland's district, Oct 1892-Nov 1893. Daily rate 2s.
William Sopp. Frank Welland's district, Oct 1893-Mar 1895. Daily rate 2s. Also between 7s 6d and £2 9s 6d for roading and planting.
William Sopp & Co. Frank Welland's district, Dec 1894-Mar 1895. Between 5s and £4 6s 7d for planting, hedging and ditching.
Thomas Spershott. Frank Welland's district, Sep 1892-Mar 1895. Daily rate 2s.
Thomas Spershott & Co. Frank Welland's district, Apr 1893-Mar 1895. Between 6d and £32 0s 1d for boughing, rining, hedging and ditching, trimming rides, planting, drawing seedling birch, knotting timber, taking off bark, roading (including making 122 rods of road at £5 11s 10d).
Thomas Spershott & Elliot. Frank Welland's district, Jan 1893. 6d extra for boughing.
James Standing. Frank Welland's district, Apr-May 1893. Between £1 and £3 7s 11d for wood cutting.
Mrs Standing. Sundries, Sep 1894. 6s for two hens for Smith.
W F Stanley. Sundries, May 1894. 6s for repairing land chain, 8d for carriage of chain.
Eli Stay. Sundries, May 1894. £1 11s 3d for carting timber.
Henry Stay. Drove district, Mar 1893. 8s for carting bushes.
Charles Steer. Keepers out districts - Pallingham, Sep 1892-Mar 1895. Monthly rate £2 16s. Also 5s 4d or 5s 9d for withs, bavins and stakes.
Charles Steer. Sundries, Sep 1892-Mar 1895. Daily rate 2s 6d.
Henry Steer. Frank Welland's district, Sep-)ct 1892. Daily rate 1s 8d.
Henry Steer. Lowheath district , Jul 1893, Jul 1894. 1s per nest for 52 or 74 nests.
Henry Steer. Sundries, Jul 1894. 10s for 4 setting hens.
George Steggles. Tradesmen's bills, Sep 1893-Dec 1894. Between 18s and £3 0s 6d for chemist, 7s 3d for game hampers.
G Stemmings. Sundries, Dec 1892. 3s 3d for expenses to Goodwood.
Henry Stemp. James Baker's district, Jan 1893-Mar 1895. Daily rate 2s or 2s 2d.
James Stephens. Sundries, Sep 1892. 5s for trimming rides.
William Stoner. Frank Welland's district, Sep 1892-Mar 1893. Daily rate 2s.
William Stoner & Co. Frank Welland's district, Dec 1892, Feb 1893. £4 17s 6d or £8 17s for digging holes and planting.
David Thayre. Frank Welland's district, Apr 1893-May 1894. Between 12s 6d and £3 11s 2d for hedging and ditching, bricks and pipes.
James Ticknor. Keepers out districts - Nothchapel, Sep 1892, Aug 1894. Monthly rate £3.
James Ticknor. Frank Welland's district, Aug 1894. Daily rate 1s 8d.
William Ticknor. Keepers out districts - Northchapel, Oct 1892-Mar 1895. Monthly rate £3. Also 5s 8d as clerk, Mar 1895.
William Ticknor. Frank Welland's district, Mar 1893-Mar 1895. Daily rate 1s 4d or 1s 8d.
William Tiller. Heyshott district, Sep 1892-Mar 1895. Daily rate 2s. Also 2s 6d for extra time watching (Dec 1892), and between 12s 6d and £3 8s 5d for hedging and ditching
William Tiller & Co. Heyshott district, Mar 1895. £1 7s 6d for hedging.
J Tisdall. Sundries, Dec 1892. £3 10s for keeper's gun.
Henry Treagus. Frank Welland's district, Apr-May 1893. Between 15s and £4 4s 6d for wood cutting.
Alfred Upperton. Sundries, Sep 1893. 3s 4d for 400 withs.
Alfred Upperton. James Baker's district, May 1894. 5s 4d for withs, stakes and pitchers.
George Vidler. Drove district, Sep 1892-Mar 1895. Daily rate 2s. Also 1s 9d for railway fare, and between 8s and £7 7s for digging holes and planting, rining, taking off bark, wood cutting, trimming hedges and rides, hedging.
George Vidler. Dumpford, Dec 1892. Daily rate 2s. Also £1 10s for planting.
Felix Wadey. Sundries, Aug 1894-Mar 1895. 10d for beagles etc.
Alfred Wakeford. Sundries, Mar 1893. 4s for two days' ferretting.
Richard Wakeford. James Baker's district, Sep 1892-Mar 1895. Daily rate 2s.
Mrs Walder. Sundries, Jun 1894. 6s for two hens.
Waterlow & Son. Sundries, Jan 1893-Mar 1895. Between 12s and £9 19s 10d for stationery.
E Webster. Sundries, Mar 1893. £1 16s for 6 bushels seed chestnuts (Trill Lane Nursery).
E Webster. Sundries, Mar 1894. £16 5s for seedling plants.
James Weekes. Sundries, Sep 1893. £4 for rope.
B Welland. Sundries, Jan 1893, Feb 1894. £1 5s 6d or £1 6s 10d for carriage of game/rabbits.
Frank Welland. Frank Welland's district, Sep 1892-Mar 1895. Between 2s 6d and 3s 4d.
Henry Wellsted. Tottington Woods, Jun 1893. Daily rate 2s 2d.
J West. Sundries, May 1893. £4 10d for withs etc.
James West. Heyshott district, Jun 1894. 7s for bushes and stakes for repairing hedges.
Charles Whitcomb. Sundries, Dec 1894. 9s 9d for game hampers.
J Whittington. Frank Welland's district, Oct 1893. £1 10s for grubbing.
F Williams. Frank Welland's district, May 1893-Mar 1895. Between 5s and £1 5s 10d for repairing tools and ironwork, and for one felling axe.
Henry Williams. Joseph Squires' district, Sep 1892. 9s 11d for repairing tools and ironwork.
J Williams. Sundries, Dec 1892. 5s 8d for Ironwork Woods.
Charles Woods. Sundries, May 1894. 9s 4d for pitchers.
E Wooldridge. Sundries, Nov 1894. 6s for two hens for Smith.
W J Worsfold. Tradesmen's bills, Mar 1893-Sep 1894. Between 15s and £3 7s 6d for veterinary.
Frank Welland's district, Dec 1894. 8s for 8 men 1/4 day each, 4 men 1/2 day attending election, Mrs Remnant's funeral etc.
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