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Genealogy & History Of The North Riding Of Yorkshire, As It Was Prior To 1974

51 PDF Books Of Yorkshire In General, And The City And Ainsty Of York
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1. Chapelry Of East Rounton In The Parish Of Rudby-In-Cleveland - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1595-1837  - 42 pages

2. Danby-In-Cleveland - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1585-1812  - 326 pages

3. Great Ayton - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1600-1812  - 195 pages

4. Grinton In Swaledale  - Marriages - 1640-1802, Baptisms & Burials 1640-1807  - 453 pages

5. Hackness - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1557-1783  - 196 pages

6. Kilburn - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1600-1812  - 174 pages

7. Kirklington - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1568-1812  - 140 pages

8. Marske In Cleveland - Baptisms, Marriages, 1570-1812, Burials, 1569-1812  - 275 pages

9. Pickhill Cum Roxby - Marriages, 1567-1812. Baptisms, 1571-1812. Burials, 1576-1812  - 202 pages

10. Stokesley - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1571-1750  - 303 pages

11. Terrington - Marriages - 1599-1812, Baptisms - 1600-1812 & Burials 1599-1812  - 206 pages

12. Thirsk - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1556-1721  - 304 pages

13. Cundall with Norton-le-Clay - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1582-1780  - 103 pages

14. Hornby Parish Registers - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1593-1845, Extracts  - 23 pages

15. The Parish Registers Of Eston - Christenings, Weddings & Burials -  1590-1812  - 135 pages

16. Ingleby Greenhow - Baptisms - 1539-1800, Marriages - 1560-1798 & Burials - 1539-1800 -  203 pages

17. Manfield - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1594-1812 -  98 pages

18. The Catholic Registers Of Linton-upon-Ouse, Newton-upon-Ouse - 1741-1840  - 31 pages

19. The Register Book For The Parish Of Hawnby - Baptisms - 1654-1722 Marriage Publications & Marriages - 1653-1722 & Burials - 1658-1675  - 32 pages

20. Startforth Parish Register - 1690-1700  - 11 pages

21. The Catholic Registers Of Nidd Hall - 1780-1823  - 9 pages

22. Catholic Registers Of Danby, West Witton, And Leyburn - 1742-1840, With Notes Of The Scrope Family, 1663-1754  - 61 pages

The Courts of Quarter Sessions or Quarter Sessions were local courts traditionally held at four set times each year in the United Kingdom and other countries in the former British Empire. They generally sat in the seat of each County and County Borough. The Quarter Sessions generally heard crimes that could not be tried summarily by the justices of the peace without a jury in petty sessions, which were sent up by the process of indictment to be heard in Quarter Sessions.

The Quarter Sessions did not have jurisdiction to hear the most serious crimes, most notably those subject to capital punishment or later life imprisonment. These crimes were sent for trial at the periodic Assizes.

23. Quarter Sessions Records Relating To The North Riding Of The County of York Vol 1 - 1605-1612 - 1884  -  330 pages

24. Quarter Sessions Records Relating To The North Riding Of The County of York Vol 2 - 1612-1620 - 1884 -  399 pages

25. Quarter Sessions Records Relating To The North Riding Of The County of York Vol 3 - 1620-1633 Inc. A List Of Recusants Of 1611 - 1885 -  423 pages

26. Quarter Sessions Records Relating To The North Riding Of The County of York Vol 4 - 1634-1645 - 1886 -  318 pages

27. Quarter Sessions Records Relating To The North Riding Of The County of York Vol 5 - 1647-1656 - 1887 -  315 pages

28. Quarter Sessions Records Relating To The North Riding Of The County of York Vol 6 - 1657-1677 - 1888 -  351 pages

29. Quarter Sessions Records Relating To The North Riding Of The County of York Vol 7 - 1677-1716 Inc Registration Of Papists' Estates - 1889 -  377 pages

30. Quarter Sessions Records Relating To The North Riding Of The County of York Vol 8 - Inc Registration Of Papists' Estates, Oaths Of Allegiance Taken In 1715,1778,1791, Oaths Of Abjuration Taken In 1766, Declaration For Dissenting Preachers & Extracts From The Session Orders - 1890 -  351 pages

31. Quarter Sessions Records Relating To The North Riding Of The County of York Vol 9 - Inc Lists Of papists Inrolling Their Estates, Indentures, List Of Persons Taking the Oaths To Their Majesties William & Mary, Queen Anne & King George I - 1892 -  323 pages

32. The History And Antiquities Of North Allerton.  Inc 46 pages of BMB Extracts 1591-1834 - 1858  - 406 pages

33. The History And Annals Of Northallerton, Yorkshire, With Notes And Voluminous Appendix, Compiled From Authentic And Reliable Sources - 1885  - 312 pages

34. The Names & Addresses (Town And/Or Village) Of over 5,000 Owners Of Land Of One Acre And Upwards, Whether Built Upon Or Not, In York, North Riding With The Estimated Acreage And Annual Gross Estimated Rental Of The Property Belonging To Each Owner - 1875  - 83 pages

35 & 36. A History Of Whitby, And Streonesalh Abbey : With A Statistical Survey Of The Vicinity To The Distance Of Twenty-five Miles. 2 Volumes - Total Of 976 pages

37. A Memorial Of The Church Of St. Mary's, Scarboro'(Scarborough), Embracing The Past And The Present Of Its History And Architecture - 1850  - 139 pages

38. The Parish Of Askrigg, In The County Of York, Including Low Abbotside & Bainbridge : Its History, Associations, Customs, Buildings, Trades, Celebrities, Etc - 1890  - 93 pages

39. Historical Sketches Of Scalby : Burniston, And Cloughton, With Descriptive Notices Of Hayburn Wyke, And Stainton Dale - 1829  - 96 pages

40 & 41. A History Of Richmondshire In The North Riding Of The County Of York; Together With Those Parts Of The Everwicschire Of Domesday Which Form The Wapentakes Of Lonsdale, Ewecross, And Amunderness In The counties Of York, Lancashire And Westmoreland. 2 Volumes - 1823 - 1,010 pages

42. Historia Rievallensis : Containing The History Of Kirkby Moorside, And An Account Of The Most Important Places In Its Vicinity ; Together With Brief Notices Of The More Remote Or Less Important Ones. To Which Is Prefixed A Dissertation On The Animal Remains And Other Curious Phenomena, In The Recently Discovered Cave At Kirkdale - 1824  -

43 & 44. History And Topography Of The City Of York And The North Riding Of Yorkshire, 2 Volumes - 1859  - Total Of 1708 pages

45. The North Riding of Yorkshire, With Maps, Diagrams & Illustrations - 1919  - 170 pages

46, 47, 48 & 49 . The Honor and Forest of Pickering 4 Volumes - 1897  - Total Of 1287 pages

50. Forty Years In A Moorland Parish : Reminiscences And Researches In Danby In Cleveland - 1891  - 451 pages

51. The History Of Cleveland : In The North Riding Of The County Of York; Comprehending An Historical And Descriptive View Of The Ancient And Present State Of Each Parish Within The Wapontake Of Langbargh; The Soil, Produce, And Natural Curiosities; With The Origin And Genealogy Of The Principal Families Within The District - 1808  - 517 pages

52. A Glossary Of The Cleveland Dialect: Explanatory, Derivative, And Critical - 1868  - 658 pages

53. Richmond And Its Inhabitants From The Olden Time; With Memoirs And Notes - 1866  - 446 pages

54. Richmondshire Churches, Illustrated - 1910  - 297 pages

55. Notes On The Manor Of Well And Snape - Includes Churchyard Inscriptions At Well Church & Register Extracts - 1912  - 338 pages

56. The Churches Of Scarborough, Filey, And The Neighbourhood - 1848  - 164 pages

57. A Glossary Of Words Used In The Neighbourhood Of Whitby - 1876  - 256 pages

58. History Of The Ancient Parish Of Lastingham - 1914  - 107 pages

59. Life In A Yorkshire Village : (With Special Reference To The Evolution, Customs, Folklore And Legends Of Carlton-in-Cleveland, This Village Being Taken As A Type) - 1912  - 228 pages

60. Marske, In Swaledale - 1881  - 115 pages

61. The German Raid On Scarborough, Dec 16th 1914. Includes 12 Photographs Of Damaged Properties - 15 pages

62. Slingsby And Slingsby Castle - 1904  - 292 pages

63. Romantic Richmondshire. Being A Complete Account Of The History, Antiquities And Scenery Of The Picturesque Valleys Of The Swale And Yore ...Illustrated - 1897  - 517 pages

64. Ryedale And North Yorkshire Antiquities - 1888  - 252 pages

65. Black's Guide To Scarborough, Whitby And Vicinity - 1883  - 185 pages

66. A Guide To Croft, Dinsdale, Middleton, Darlington, Etc., Comprising Analysis Of The Mineral Waters, And A Detailed Account Of The Stockton And Darlington Railway - 1834  - 107 pages

67. Wit, Character, Folklore, And Customs Of The North Riding Of Yorkshire, With A Glossary Of Over 4000 Words And Idioms Now In Use - 1898  - 502 pages

68. Yorkshire By The Sea: Notes Historical, Topographical, And Descriptive - 1891  - 192 pages

69. The Vale Of Mowbray A Historical And Topographical Account Of Thirsk And Its Neighbourhood - 1859  - 375 pages

70. Examples Of Printed Folk-lore Concerning The North Riding Of Yorkshire, York And The Ainsty - 1901  - 488 pages

71. Memorials Of Old Whitby; Or, Historical Gleanings From Ancient Whitby Records - 1894  - 358 pages

72. The Early History Of Bedale In The North Riding Of Yorkshire - 1907  - 148 pages

73. The Visitor's Hand-book To Redcar, Coatham, And Saltburn-by-the-sea : With A Historical & Descriptive Account Of Places Of Interest In The Neighbourhood Suitable For Rambles - 1863  - 129 pages

74. Vallis Eboracensis: Comprising The History And Antiquities Of Easingwold And Its Neighbourhood - 1852  - 457 pages

75. The Ancient Port Of Whitby And Its Shipping : With Some Subjects Of Interest Connected Therewith ... Compiled From Various Registers Of Shipping, Periodicals, Local Newspapers And Histories, Etc - 1908  - 441 pages

76. The History And Antiquities Of Masham And Mashamshire : Together With An Account Of Its Several Franchises, Its Ancient Lords, Rectors, Prebendaries, Vicars, Curates, Etc., Etc.; And  Appendixes, Containing Copies Or Several Charters, Grants, And Other Important Documents Relating To The Manor, Forest, Free Warren And Free Chase, Markets, Fairs, Prebendal Church, &c., Of Masham. - 1865  - 615 pages

77. The History And Antiquities Of Scarborough And The Vicinity - 1811  - 434 pages

78. Ward And Lock's Illustrated Guide To, And Popular History Of Redcar, Saltburn-by-the-sea, &c., &c.; With Excursions To Middlesbrough, Guisborough, Roseberry Topping, And Other Parts Of Cleveland. With Illustrations And New Route Maps - 1883  - 174 pages

79. Church Rides In The Neighbourhood Of Scarborough - Includes Short Historical Notes Plus Many Transcripts Of Memorials From The Following Places -  Seamer (St. Martin) , Ayton (St. John The Baptist), Cayton (St. John The Baptist), Hutton Ruscel (St. Matthew), Wykeham (St. Mary And St. Helen), Brompton (All Saints), Snainton (St. Mary), Ebberston, Allerston (St. John The Baptist), Scalby (St. Lawrence), Cloughton, Akness (St. Peter), Harewood Dale (St. Margaret), Sherburn (St. Hilda), Ganton (St. Nicholas), Weaverthorpe (All Saints), Willerby (St. Peter), Folkton (St. John The Evangelist), Muston (All Saints), Hunmanby (All Saints), Filey (St. Oswald), And  Danby - 1848  - 220 pages

80. A Glossary Of Words Used In Swaledale - 1873  - 31 pages

81. Yorkshire Folk Talk With Characteristics Of Those Who Speak It In The North And East Ridings - 1892  - 415 pages

82. The Nonconformist Register, Of Baptisms, Marriages, And Deaths, Compiled By Oliver Heywood & T. Dickenson, 1644-1702, 1702-1752, Generally Known As The Northowram Or Coley Register, But Comprehending Numerous Notices Of Puritans And Anti-puritans In Yorkshire, Lancashire, Cheshire, London, &c., With Lists Of Popish Recusants, Quakers, &c - 1881  - 388 pages

Yorkshire In General And The City & Ainsty Of York

1. The Poll For Members In Parliament, For The City Of York, 1741 - over 2,500 names of voters with their occupations and area of residence - 74 pages

2. The Poll For Members In Parliament, To Represent The City Of York : Begun At The Guildhall, The Nineteenth Day Of June, And Closed On The Twenty-third Day Of June 1818. With A Prefatory Statement; A Record Of The Elections From 1713; And An Obituary Of Those Gentlemen Who Have Represented The City Of York In Parliament - over 2,300 names of voters with their occupations and area of residence- 78 pages

3. The Poll For Members In Parliament, To Represent The City Of York : Begun At The Guildhall The Seventh Day Of March, And Closed On The Thirteenth Day Of March, 1820 : With Some Introductory Remarks; A Record Of The Elections From 1713; And An Obituary Of Those Gentlemen Who Have Represented The City Of York In Parliament - over 2,700 names of voters with their occupations and area of residence - 90 pages

4. The Poll, For Knights Of The Shire : Begun On Wednesday, May 20th, And Finally Closed On Friday, June 5th, 1807: Taken At The Castle Of York - over 23,000 names of voters with their occupations and area of residence - 496 pages

5. St. Mary, Bishophill Junior, York - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1602-1812 - 240 pages

6. St. Crux, York - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1539-1716 - 150 pages

7. St. Martin, Coney Street, York - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1557-1812 - 302 pages

8. St. Michael Le Belfry, York - Baptisms And Burials, 1565-1778, Marriages, 1565-1772 - 664 pages

9. St. Martin Cum Gregory, York - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1539-1734 - 171 pages

10. York Minster - Baptisms - 1686-1804, Marriages - 1681-1885 & Burials - 1634-1836 - 265 pages

11. Holy Trinity Church Goodramgate, York - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1573-1812 - 432 pages

12. Askham Richard In The Ainsty Of York - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1579-1812 - 54 pages

13. Marriage Registers Of St. Maurice, York 1648-1730 (A Complete Abstract.) - 4 pages

14-18. 5 Volumes Of Old Yorkshire. Covering All Aspects Of Yorkshire Life And Its People - Contains A Total Of over 1500 Pages And Includes ; Antiquities, Artists, Authors, Battles And Battlefields, Bells, Benefactors, Burial Grounds, Constituencies And M.P.'s, Curious Customs, Deeds, Sun Dials, Eccentric Characters, Etymologies, Ancient Families, Municipal Corporations, Poets And poetry, Quakers, Religious Houses, Rhymes and Proverbs, Abbeys, Brasses & Slabs, Castles, Ceramics, Churches, Civil Engineers, Clergy Sufferings, Fairs And Festivals, Folk-Lore, Superstitions, Manuscripts, Peerages, Regicides, Royalists, Famous Trees, Worthies, Generals, Libraries, Longevity, Moors, Remote History, Domestic Architecture, Songs And Ballads, Coins And Tokens, Divines, Educational Establishments, Stately Homes & museums

19. Register of the Freemen of York Vol 1 1272-1558 - 1897  - 373 pages

20. Register of the Freemen of York Vol 2 1559-1759 - 1900  - 344 pages

21-22. The Annals Of Yorkshire. Leeds, York, And The Surrounding District, 2 Volumes; Containing, In Chronological Order, All The Most Interesting Events, That Have Occurred In, Or Relate To This Important Part Of The Kingdom; From The Earliest Period To The Present Time, Collected From The Works Of Numerous Authors, Newspapers &c., &c. - 1860 - Total Of 1520 pages

23-24. Collections Relative To Churches And Chapels Within The Diocese Of York & Ripon, 2 Volumes - 1840 - Total Of 636 pages pages

25. Early Yorkshire Schools. Vol. 1 York, Beverley & Ripon - 1899  - 335 pages

26. Early Yorkshire Schools. Vol. 2 Pontefract, Howden, Northallerton, Acaster, Rotherham, Giggleswick & Sedbergh - 1903  - 544 pages

27. Records Of York Castle: Fortress, Court House, And Prison - Contains, Foundation And Early History, Subsequent Fortunes, Castellans And Governors, Executions And Deaths, Prison Records, Political Prisoners, Victims Of Intolerance, Persecution, And Superstition & Notorious And Other Criminals - 1880  - 258 pages

28. York And York Castle: An Appendix To The "Records Of York Castle." - 1883  - 295 pages

29. Criminal Chronology Of York Castle : With A Register Of Criminals Capitally Convicted And Executed At The County Assizes, Commencing March 1st, 1379, To The Present Time ... Carefully Compiled From Prison Documents, Ancient Papers, And Other Authentic Sources

30. The Catholic Registers Of York Bar Convent Chapel Being The Conventual Chapel Of The Institute Of Mary, Outside Micklegate Bar, 1771-1826 - 37 pages

31. Extracts From The Registers Of The  Church Of St. Mary, Castlegate, York, With Biographical And Other Notes - Baptisms 1612-1859, Marriages 1615-1792 & Burials 1604-1844. Also Testamentary Burials 1392-1587  - 57 pages

32. Yorkshire Longevity: Or, Records And Biographical Anecdotes Of Persons Who Have Attained To Extreme Old Age Within That County - 1864  - 111 pages

33. Some Papers Relating To The Plague In Yorkshire - 42 pages

34-35. Yorkshire, Past And Present 2 Volumes: A History And A Description Of The Three Ridings Of The Great County Of York, From The Earliest Ages To The Year 1870, With An Account Of Its Manufactures, Commerce, And Civil And Mechanical Engineering... Including An Account Of The Woollen Trade Of Yorkshire - 1871  - Total Of 718 pages

36. A List Of The Roman Catholics In The County Of York In 1604. Transcribed From The Original Ms. In The Bodleian Library And Edited With Genealogical Notes - 1872  - 173 pages

37. Yorkshire Lay Subsidy. Being A Ninth Collected In 25 Edward I.(1297) - 1894  - 220 pages

38. Yorkshire Lay Subsidy. Being A Fifteenth, Collected 30 Edward I. (1301) - 1897  - 206 pages

39. The Old Coaching Days In Yorkshire - 1889  - 261 pages

40. The Old Halls And Manor Houses Of Yorkshire : With Some Examples Of Other Houses Built Before The Year 1700; Illustrated By 91 Plates From Photographs, With 20 Plates Of Measured Drawings And Numerous Illustrations In The Text - 1913  - 232 pages

41-43 A Picturesque History Of Yorkshire: Being An Account Of The History, Topography, And Antiquities Of The Cities, Towns And Villages Of The County Of York, Founded On Personal Observations Made During Many Journeys Through The Three Ridings; In 3 Volumes With 600 Illustrations - 1899-1901  - Total Of 1319 pages

44. Churches Of Yorkshire. Vol 2 - Adel, Bolton Percy, Methley, Thirsk, Skelton, Birkin & Bubwith, Patrington, Skirlaugh, Rotherham, St. Mary Magdaline, Ripon, Chapel Of The Maison De Dieu Hospital, Ripon & Nun Monkton - 1847  - 302 pages

45. Depositions From The Castle Of York, Relating To Offences Committed In The Northern Counties In The Seventeenth Century - 1861  - 375 pages

46. Yorkshire Place Names, As Recorded In The Yorkshire Domesday Book, 1086 : Comprising All The References (Nearly Five Thousand,) To Places In The Three Ridings And North Lancashire (Then Included In Yorkshire From The River Ribble To Furness And Westmoreland) With Their Modern Names & Suggested Etymologies; The Chief Lords And Tenants; And Twenty-two Illustrations - 1909  - 309 pages

47. List Of Persons In Yorkshire Who Paid The Tax On Male Servants In 1780 - 16 pages

48. The Battles And Battle Fields Of Yorkshire; From The Earliest Times To The End Of The Great Civil War - 1854  - 215 pages

49. The Making Of Modern Yorkshire 1750-1914 - 1918  - 322 pages

50. Yorkshire Oddities, Incidents And Strange Events - 1890  - 428 pages

51. The History Of St. Mary's Convent, Micklegate Bar, York, 1686-1887 - Includes An Alphabetical List Of Over 1700 Young Ladies Educated There From The Year 1710 To 1886 - 1887  - 436 pages

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