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The registers of Askham Richard in the Ainsty of York

1579-1812

by Askham Richard, England (Parish)

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Published by Privately printed for the Yorkshire Parish Register Society in Leeds .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementtranscribed and edited by F. William Slingsby
SeriesThe publications of the Yorkshire Parish Register Society ; vol. 31
ContributionsSlingsby, F. William (Frederick William), b. 1852
Classifications
LC ClassificationsCS435 .Y4 vol.31
The Physical Object
Pagination52, 12 p. :
Number of Pages52
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24590371M
LC Control Number25028024

Today Askham Richard is part of the parish of Marston Moor and the united benefice of North Ainsty, both of which also include Long Marston, Bilbrough, Rufforth and Tockwith. Access Information Records are open to the public, subject to the overriding provisions of relevant legislation, including data protection laws. 24 hours' notice is. Wapentake of the Ainsty of York - Rural Deanery of Ainsty - Archdeaconry of York or West Riding - Diocese of York. This parish, sometimes called LITTLE ASKHAM, adjoins that of Askham Bryan, in which manor it was formerly included. Its estimated extent is acres; rateable value, £1,; and the population in was

Askham Richard is a village and civil parish in the unitary authority of City of York in the north of England, six and a half miles south-west of York, close to Copmanthorpe, Bilbrough and Askham population of the civil parish as of the census was Before it formed part of the district of village became a Conservation Area in Ceremonial county: North Yorkshire. Commissioners creating a new benefice at Askham Bryan and a new benefice of Healaugh with Wighill, Bilbrough and Askham Richard Oct. 45 Pastoral Order and schedule dissolving the deaneries of Ainsty and Tadcaster and creating the deanery of New Ainsty Oct. Parish registers .

Parish History [edit | edit source]. Askham Richard, or Little Askham (St. Mary) is a Parish in the Ainsty wapentake, West Riding, Yorkshire. It is situated about 3 1/2 miles (N.E.) from Tadcaster. There is a place of worship for Wesleyans.. Resources [edit | edit source] Civil Registration [edit | edit source]. Records from York Registration District held at York are included in the online. The Registers of Askham Richard in the Ainsty of York: Volume England (Parish) Askham Richard: Books - at: Paperback.


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William (Frederick William), Pages: Full text of "The registers of Askham Richard in the Ainsty of York: " See other formats. Yorkshire Parish Register Society, 'The registers of Askham Richard in the Ainsty of York, ' Transcribed and edited by Frederick William Slingsby (Leeds, ).

Yorkshire Parish Register Society, 'The registers of Askham Richard in the Ainsty of York, ' Transcribed and edited by Frederick William Slingsby (Leeds, ).

Área de notas. ASKHAM RICHARD New Ainsty D. (WR) now deanery of Ainsty ASK/R 1 Parish register //1 (includes list of collections on briefs and list of [see also14, 20] vicars ) 2 William Charter of Askham Richard to Thomas Blythe of Askham Bryan; lease for 1, years of Colton Hagg close in Askham Richard 13 June Get this from a library.

The registers of Askham Richard in the Ainsty of York. [Eng Parish Askham Richard; F William Slingsby]. Original data: Askham Richard (England). The registers of Askham Richard in the Ainsty of York: England: Priv. print. for the Yorkshire Parish Register Society, Askham Richard parish registers: Dates and current locations etc.

The place: A parish town in the wapentake of Ainsty; 4¾ miles from Tadcaster, 5 from York. Population The Church is a vicarage, in New Ainsty deanery, endowed indedicated to St. Mary. Deposited Registers (Borthwick Institute of Historical Research) Baptisms: Askham Richard Yorkshire (Ainsty) genealogy.

For a detailed map of this parish see this parish boundaries map.; For a more detailed map of the parishes in the riding please see the Yorkshire parish maps page.; For a detailed map of the county please see the Yorkshire map page.; Here is a map showing the wapentakes for the county.; You can see maps centred on OS grid reference SE.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Paperback. RP PARISH RECORDS (on deposit) ASKHAM BRYAN New Ainsty D. (WR) now deanery of Ainsty ASK/B 1- 6 Parish registers [see also ,] 1 register /2 (at beginning: measurements of the parsonage Barth, n.d.; at end: note of benefactionsmeasurements of parsonage house and gardenlist of those innoculated ).

Catholic Registers of Holme-on-Spalding-Moor E.R. York, Catholic Registers of Robert Hall, and of Hornby, The Nuns of the Institute of Mary at York. Papist Returns for the City of York and part of the Ainsty Catholic Registers of York Bar Convent Chapel, Geography.

The Ainsty covered a few square miles situated to the west of York. It was bounded by three rivers: the Nidd to the north; the Ouse to the east and the Wharfe to the south.

The Ainsty was unique among the wapentakes of Yorkshire in that it was not formally included in any Ridings from until The Ainsty is now divided between the City of York, the Borough of Harrogate and.

The place: A parish town in the wapentake of Ainsty; 4 miles from York, 6 from Tadcaster. Population The Church, in the peculiar jurisdiction of the Lay Manor, is perpetual curacy, in New Ainsty deanery, dedicated to St.

Nicholas.ASKHAM-RICHARD, or West Askham, a parish in the district and county of York; contiguous to Askham Bryan, 3 miles NW of Copmanthorpe r. station, and 4½ SW of York.

Post Town, York. Acres, Real property, £1, Pop., Houses, The property is divided among a few. The living is a vicarage in the diocese of York. Value, £Yorkshire Parish Register Society, 'The parish registers of Askham Bryan, Vols' Transcribed and edited by Harold Richardson (York, ).

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