Yorkshire Deeds

Published 1909-55, this ten-volume collection contains abstracts and transcriptions of Yorkshire deeds from the twelfth to the seventeenth century.

Author: William Brown

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1108058418

Category: History

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Published between 1909 and 1955, this ten-volume collection contains deeds relating to all of Yorkshire, from the twelfth to the seventeenth century. The deeds are of local historical interest, and provide topographical, philological and genealogical information, as well as insights into daily life. The majority of the records here are presented as abstracts, while documents in the vernacular that are of greater interest or importance are printed in full. Where possible, the documents are dated. Thorough background information and discussion of the deeds is included, as are notable physical descriptions, in particular of the seals. Each volume concludes with an index of people and places. Edited by William Brown (1854-1924) and published in 1914, Volume 2 contains documents relating to all of Yorkshire, most notably Bolton Hall as well as Manston and Moor Monkton manors. In his introduction, Brown points out deeds which are of particular interest to women's history.

Yorkshire Deeds

1240 -0 ) ; see the Stubham deeris in this volume . 2 Seal : yellow wax ; oval ; a
long cross between two letters , possibly omega and alpha ” ; SIGILLIM ENEAS ;
chipped at the top . The seal is oval and attached to the deed by a strip of braid ,
3 ...

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Yorkshire Deeds

Published 1909-55, this ten-volume collection contains abstracts and transcriptions of Yorkshire deeds from the twelfth to the seventeenth century.

Author: Charles Travis Clay

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1108058434

Category: History

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Published between 1909 and 1955, this ten-volume collection contains deeds relating to all of Yorkshire, from the twelfth to the seventeenth century. The deeds are of local historical interest, and provide topographical, philological and genealogical information, as well as insights into daily life. The majority of the records here are presented as abstracts, while documents in the vernacular that are of greater interest or importance are printed in full. Where possible, the documents are dated. Thorough background information and discussion of the deeds is included, as are notable physical descriptions, in particular of the seals. Each volume concludes with an index of people and places. Published in 1924, Volume 4 was edited by Charles Travis Clay (1885-1978), who was much admired for the quality of his work. This volume contains several documents held by the Yorkshire Archaeological Society as well as a group of valuable documents from the Middleton collection.

Yorkshire Deeds

Published 1909-55, this ten-volume collection contains abstracts and transcriptions of Yorkshire deeds from the twelfth to the seventeenth century.

Author: William Brown

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 110805840X

Category: History

Page: 308

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Published between 1909 and 1955, this ten-volume collection contains deeds relating to all of Yorkshire, from the twelfth to the seventeenth century. The deeds are of local historical interest, and provide topographical, philological and genealogical information, as well as insights into daily life. The majority of the records here are presented as abstracts, while documents in the vernacular that are of greater interest or importance are printed in full. Where possible, the documents are dated. Thorough background information and discussion of the deeds is included, as are notable physical descriptions, in particular of the seals. Each volume concludes with an index of people and places. Edited by William Brown (1854-1924) and published in 1909, Volume 1 contains 613 documents arranged alphabetically according to place name. Facsimile plates along with full transcriptions of several notable documents are found in the appendix.

Yorkshire Deeds

... of Westmoreland (Cal. Pat. Rolls, 1494-1509, p. 417). The above deed
probably belongs to' the same period, which is suggested by the language and
handwriting. 1 See the Hovingham deeds in this volume. 2 Perhaps YoRKsHIRE
DEEDS ...

Author: Charles Travis Clay

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1108058469

Category: History

Page: 280

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Published between 1909 and 1955, this ten-volume collection contains deeds relating to all of Yorkshire, from the twelfth to the seventeenth century. The deeds are of local historical interest, and provide topographical, philological and genealogical information, as well as insights into daily life. The majority of the records here are presented as abstracts, while documents in the vernacular that are of greater interest or importance are printed in full. Where possible, the documents are dated. Thorough background information and discussion of the deeds is included, as are notable physical descriptions, in particular of the seals. Each volume concludes with an index of people and places. Published in 1932, Volume 7 was edited by Charles Travis Clay (1885-1978). This volume contains documents from Lord Allendale's collection relating to Birstall and the Popeley estates, and over 150 items from Westminster Abbey's collection. Several facsimile plates with full transcriptions are included in the appendix.

Yorkshire Deeds

Published 1909-55, this ten-volume collection contains abstracts and transcriptions of Yorkshire deeds from the twelfth to the seventeenth century.

Author: William Brown

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1108058426

Category: History

Page: 210

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Published between 1909 and 1955, this ten-volume collection contains deeds relating to all of Yorkshire, from the twelfth to the seventeenth century. The deeds are of local historical interest, and provide topographical, philological and genealogical information, as well as insights into daily life. The majority of the records here are presented as abstracts, while documents in the vernacular that are of greater interest or importance are printed in full. Where possible, the documents are dated. Thorough background information and discussion of the deeds is included, as are notable physical descriptions, in particular of the seals. Each volume concludes with an index of people and places. Edited by William Brown (1854-1924) and published in 1922, Volume 3 contains 436 documents, including some rare charters of Richard I. The appendices contain genealogies pertaining to specific documents, transcriptions of some original Latin records, and further discussion of the deeds.

Yorkshire Deeds

1240-6; see the Stubham deeds in this volume. 2 Seal: yellow wax, oval; a long
cross between two letters, possibly "omega" and "alpha "; SIGILLVM ENEAS;
chipped at the top. The seal is oval and attached to the deed by a strip of braid, ...

Author: Charles Travis Clay

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1108058442

Category: History

Page: 248

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Published between 1909 and 1955, this ten-volume collection contains deeds relating to all of Yorkshire, from the twelfth to the seventeenth century. The deeds are of local historical interest, and provide topographical, philological and genealogical information, as well as insights into daily life. The majority of the records here are presented as abstracts, while documents in the vernacular that are of greater interest or importance are printed in full. Where possible, the documents are dated. Thorough background information and discussion of the deeds is included, as are notable physical descriptions, in particular of the seals. Each volume concludes with an index of people and places. Published in 1926, Volume 5 was edited by Charles Travis Clay (1885-1978). The majority of the documents in this volume relate to the West and North Ridings. The appendix contains an alphabetical list of all the deeds to have appeared thus far in the series.

Yorkshire Deeds

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Yorkshire Deeds

The Nativity, 2 Henry VI [Dec. 25, 1423]. Grant by Simon Reynerson to John
Sandeford of Tikhill, esq., of half an acre of land lying behind Baggelay above the
place called Tonfeld between the land of the same John which he lately acquired
 ...

Author: M. J. Stanley Price

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1108058493

Category: History

Page: 244

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Published between 1909 and 1955, this ten-volume collection contains deeds relating to all of Yorkshire, from the twelfth to the seventeenth century. The deeds are of local historical interest, and provide topographical, philological and genealogical information, as well as insights into daily life. The majority of the records here are presented as abstracts, while documents in the vernacular that are of greater interest or importance are printed in full. Where possible, the documents are dated. Thorough background information and discussion of the deeds is included, as are notable physical descriptions, in particular of the seals. Each volume concludes with an index of people and places. Published in 1955, Volume 10 was edited by M. J. Stanley Price and is compiled largely from documents held by the Yorkshire Archaeological Society. It also contains many miscellaneous documents included to complete collections published elsewhere in the ten volumes.

Yorkshire Deeds

107 and 189 in this volume. 2 Seal to this part: white wax, originally coloured
brown; Hugh de Nevile's secretum, the same as to No. 190 in this volume. *'
Endorsed: iste carte nemini tradende sunt nisi ex consensu partium. ' Seal: brown
wax ...

Author: Charles Travis Clay

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1108058450

Category: History

Page: 260

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Published between 1909 and 1955, this ten-volume collection contains deeds relating to all of Yorkshire, from the twelfth to the seventeenth century. The deeds are of local historical interest, and provide topographical, philological and genealogical information, as well as insights into daily life. The majority of the records here are presented as abstracts, while documents in the vernacular that are of greater interest or importance are printed in full. Where possible, the documents are dated. Thorough background information and discussion of the deeds is included, as are notable physical descriptions, in particular of the seals. Each volume concludes with an index of people and places. Published in 1930, Volume 6 was edited by Charles Travis Clay (1885-1978). This volume largely relates to the West Riding. An appendix contains an index of deeds relating to Yorkshire found in the Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds in the Public Record Office (1890-1915).

Yorkshire Deeds

2], 1369[-70]. Grant by Richard de Horsfall to John his brother and Thomas son 1
Same seal as the second to the next deed. 2 Also the counterpart of the indenture
; same seals. (Ibid., No. 31). 3 Two seals, red wax ; (1) round, g in.; beneath a ...

Author: Charles Travis Clay

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1108058477

Category: History

Page: 244

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Published between 1909 and 1955, this ten-volume collection contains deeds relating to all of Yorkshire, from the twelfth to the seventeenth century. The deeds are of local historical interest, and provide topographical, philological and genealogical information, as well as insights into daily life. The majority of the records here are presented as abstracts, while documents in the vernacular that are of greater interest or importance are printed in full. Where possible, the documents are dated. Thorough background information and discussion of the deeds is included, as are notable physical descriptions, in particular of the seals. Each volume concludes with an index of people and places. Published in 1940, Volume 8 was edited by Charles Travis Clay (1885-1978). The majority of the deeds found here are from the collection of Lord Allendale. This volume also contains documents relating to the North and East Ridings from the collection of the Duke of Norfolk.

Yorkshire Deeds

5wanlano 441. Sunday before Christmas, 13[3]2. Quitclaim by John son of Roger
Ligiard of Anlovi2 to Joan, widow of Walter son of Peter of Swanland, of all right
in 4 acres of arable land in the field and territory of Swanland, which Joan had of
 ...

Author: M. J. Hebditch

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1108058485

Category: History

Page: 244

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Published between 1909 and 1955, this ten-volume collection contains deeds relating to all of Yorkshire, from the twelfth to the seventeenth century. The deeds are of local historical interest, and provide topographical, philological and genealogical information, as well as insights into daily life. The majority of the records here are presented as abstracts, while documents in the vernacular that are of greater interest or importance are printed in full. Where possible, the documents are dated. Thorough background information and discussion of the deeds is included, as are notable physical descriptions, in particular of the seals. Each volume concludes with an index of people and places. Published in 1948, Volume 9 was edited by M. J. Hebditch, the librarian of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society. This is the first volume in the series to focus on the East Riding, and contains documents largely from the Yorkshire Archaeological Society and Archer-Houblon collections.

Early Yorkshire Charters Volume 5 The Honour of Richmond

Deeds, ii, no. 518), who can probably be identified as the Thomas son of Hugh
who married Beatrice daughter of Wimar de ... Deeds, vol. ii. The subsequent
descent of the Ingoldsby family is given in Genealogist, N .5., iii, 137. 7 Cal. I nq.

Author: William Farrer

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1108058280

Category: History

Page: 510

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This thirteen-volume series, published for the Yorkshire Archaeological Society between 1914 and 1965, is an extensive collection of the pre-thirteenth-century deeds and charters of Yorkshire, which had previously remained largely unpublished. The first three volumes were expertly edited by William Farrer (1861-1924), after whose death Charles Travis Clay (1885-1978) took up the task. The series was well respected for the quality of Farrer's editing, which was only surpassed by that of Clay in the later volumes. Volume 5 (1936) is the second of two devoted to the Honour of Richmond. This volume is given over to charters relating to the fees of the tenants. Each document is amply annotated and accompanied by a discussion of its content and points of interest. The volume also contains facsimile plates of select documents, and detailed indexes.

Early Yorkshire Charters Volume 2

... nephew of 1 bovate in Octon with its toft and croft, which bovate he had
purchased of Robert son of Walter de Killum ; to hold of the Hospitallers of
Jerusalem for Id. rent. 11751185. Orig. in poss. of Col. Gascoigne. Abstr. in Yorks.
Deeds, n.

Author: William Farrer

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1108058248

Category: History

Page: 566

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This thirteen-volume series, which first appeared between 1914 and 1965, is an extensive collection of the pre-thirteenth-century charters and related records of Yorkshire, which had previously remained largely unpublished. The first three volumes were edited by William Farrer (1861–1924), after whose death Charles Travis Clay (1885–1978) took up the task. The series was well respected for the quality of Farrer's editing, which was surpassed only by that of Clay in the later volumes. Volume 2 (1915) focuses on documents relating to Henry I, charting the redistribution of land in his move to establish his position as king. Each Latin text is prefaced with a summary in English, and documents of note are followed by a discussion of their content and points of interest, including genealogies of the people involved.

Early Yorkshire Charters Volume 11 The Percy Fee

Gift by Nigel de Plumpton to Hereward de Cowthorpe and Edith his wife of
specified land with rights of common and other facilities belonging to a bovate of
land in Cowthorpe, rendering 1 Yorks. Deeds, ix, no. 435. 2 Gesta Henriei, i, 314-
16 ...

Author: William Farrer

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1108058345

Category: History

Page: 496

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This thirteen-volume series, published for the Yorkshire Archaeological Society between 1914 and 1965, is an extensive collection of the pre-thirteenth-century deeds and charters of Yorkshire, which had previously remained largely unpublished. The first three volumes were expertly edited by William Farrer (1861-1924), after whose death Charles Travis Clay (1885-1978) took up the task. The series was well respected for the quality of Farrer's editing, which was only surpassed by that of Clay in the later volumes. Volume 11 (1963) is devoted to the Percy Fee and aims to be a survey of the land which constituted the knights' fees held by William de Percy II in 1166. The texts presented here are accompanied by notes and discussion of points of interest. The volume also contains facsimile plates of select documents, and detailed indexes.

Wolstenholme and Cherry s Conveyancing Statutes Law of property pt I

Further , however , the Yorkshire deeds registries are also each to be closed as
compulsory registration of title spreads to any part of their areas ( Law of Property
Act , 1969 , s . 16 , Vol . 2 ) . In consequence s . 11 , supra , and the Yorkshire ...

Author: Edward Parker Wolstenholme

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The Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Journal

... who witnesses the deed last spoken of . In 1297 there was an agreement
between Sir Franco Tyas and others respecting lands in Farnley . This must be
the Sir Franco of whom the curious story is told in the “ Loidis and Elmete " ( vol .
2 , p .

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Dodsworth s Yorkshire notes The wapentake of Agbrigg transcr by mr Tillotson ed by A S Ellis and G W Tomlinson

He was brother to Francis , as appears by the deed which gave Wales to
Braderstone . ... ( vol . 2 , p . 330 ) . Sir Franco was dead before 1315 . In 1316 we
find his son , Richard Tyas , giving to Richard his son , lands in Farnley ; and
again in ...

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Yorkshire West Riding

Vols . 96 , 102 , ( 1897-1900 ) . Rent Roll of Kirkstall Abbey 1459 , ( ed . J.
Stansfield ) , Thoresby . Vol . 2 , ( 1891 ) . ... Vol . 11 , pp . 369-437 , ( 1904 ) .
Temple Newsam Documents ( Misc . Yorkshire Deeds TN / SW / 1 ) , Leeds
Public Library ...

Author: George Redmonds

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Page: 314

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Yorkshire Notes and Queries

The deed is witnessed by Henry , Son of Godwin de Clifton , Thomas de
Grenegate , Adam his brother , John de Haveweldun , Thomas del Clif , William
and Adam and ... For the condition of non free persons after the Conquest see
Stubbs ' Constitutional History of England , vol . ... 2 , page 503 , also chapter 16
throughout .

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