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North Yorkshire 1890 Bulmer's History, Topography and Directory Part 2

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Media: DATA CD - 1 CD (558 pages)
Author: T. Bulmer
Year: (1890) 2008
ISBN: 9781742221915
Publisher: Archive Digital Books Australasia

Bulmer's directory of North Yorkshire, is so detailed that it has been divided into two volumes. This volume, Part 2 provides not only a detailed and comprehensive history, topography and directory of each town, village and hamlet in the Ainsty of York Wapentake, and the Thirsk and Malton and Whitby Divisions of North Yorkshire, it also includes a superb highly detailed map of the area.

It is organised by Division and then parish, with each place in every parish described in great detail with lists of residents and separate lists of farmers.

The following is a list of the 'parishes' included:

Thirsk and Malton Division
Parishes of Alne, Appleton-le-Street, Barton-le-Street, Bossall, Brafferton, Brandsby, Bulmer, Burnestown, Old Byland, Carlton Miniott, Clifton, Cold Kirby, Cowesby, Coxwold, Crambe, Crayke, Cundall, Dalby, Easingwold, Farlington, Feliskirk, Flaxton, Foston, Gate Helmsley, Hawnby, Haxby, Upper Helmsley, Hemworth, Holtby, Hovingham, Huntington, Hustwaite, Hutton, Hutton Ambo, Kilburn, South Kilvington, Kirby Hill, Kirby Knowle, Kirby Wiske, Kirklington, Malton, Marton-cum-Moxby, Myton-upon-Swale, Newton-upon-Ouse, Osbaldwick, South Otterington, Overton, Pickhill, Sand Hutton, Sessay, Sheriff Hutton, Over Silton, Skelton, Skipton-on-Swale, Slingsby, Sowerby, Stillington, Stockton-on-the-Forest, Stensall, Sutton-on-the-Forest, West Tanfield, Terrington, Thirkleby, Thirsk, Thormanby, Thornton-le-Street, Topcliffe, Warthill, Wath, Whenby, Whitwell, and Wigginton.

Ainsty of York Wapentake
Acaster Malbis, Acaster Selby-with-Appleton-Roebuck, Acomb, Ackham Bryan, Askham Richard, Bilbrough, Bilton, Bishopthorpe, Bolton Percy, Copmanthorpe, Dringhouses, Healaugh, Kirk-Hammerton, Long Marston, Moor Monkton, Nether Poppleton with Upper Poppleton, Rufforth, Tadcaster, Thorp Arch, Tockwith, Walton, and Wighill.

Whitby Division
Allerston, Ampleforsth, Bilsdale-Midcable, Bransdale-with-Farndale, Brompton, Cayton, Cloughton, Danby, Easington, Ebberston, Great Edstone, Eskdaleside-with-Ugglbarnby, Fylingdales, Gilling, Glaisdale, Goathland, Gristhorpe and Lebberston, Hackness, Harome, Helmsley, Hinderwell, Hutton Buscel, Kirby Misperton, Kirbymoorside, Kirkdale, Leastingham, Levisham, Lythe, Middleton, Normanby, Nunnington, Oswaldkirk, Pickering, Rosedale, Salton, Scalby, Scarborough, Scawton, Seamer, Sinnington, Sneaton, Stonegrave, Thorton Dale, Whitby, and  Whykeham.

High quality scanned images of the whole of the original book. This CD has been bookmarked for easy navigation, and pages can be searched, browsed, enlarged and printed out if required.

Any computer using Adobe (Acrobat) Reader 4 or later
Adobe Reader 6 or later is recommended for CDs with searchable text

North Yorkshire 1890 Bulmer's History, Topography and Directory Part 1


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  1. Family History Helper

    Posted by Don Jamieson on 20th Jul 2020

    I purchased this disc to build up my understanding of the area from which my wife's descendants come. The Bulmer family and the Howard family both feature in my wife's family tree and this disc gives me a better understanding of the area from which they come.

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