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69 PDF Books

Relating To The
Genealogy & History Of The Northern Part Of The West Riding Of Yorkshire, Prior To Becoming Part Of North Yorkshire In 1974
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51 PDF Books Of Yorkshire In General, And The City And Ainsty Of York
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1. Farnham - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1569-1812 - Includes the Townships of Farnham, Ferrensby, Scotton and that portion of Arkendale, formerly spelt Erkenden, known as Arkendale Loftus or Dogget Loftus - 218 pages

2. Aldborough - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1538-1611 - The Ecclesiastical Parish of Aldborough used to include the following townships—Aldborough, Boroughbridge, Upper and Lower Dunsforths, Elinthorpe, Minskip, Roecliffe, and parts of Clareton, Coneythorpe, Humburton, Kirby Hill, Milby, and Ouseburne - 105 pages

3. Allerton Mauleverer - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1557-1811 - 82 pages

4. Burnsall-in-Craven - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1740-1900 - 168 pages

5. Records Of Harrogate, Including The Register Of Christ Church, 1748-1812, With Supplementary Extracts From Knaresborough, 1560-1753, Notes On The Pre-Reformation Chantry & The Early History Of The Waters, Early Inhabitants, And Extracts From The Parish Accounts Of Pannal, Knaresborough And Clint, And From Court Rolls, Quarter Sessions Rolls And Muster Rolls - 266 pages

6. Conistone, St. Mary's Chapel - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1567-1812 - 102 pages

7. Cowthorpe - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1568-1812 - 78 pages

8. Fewston, St. Michael and All Angels - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1593-1812 - The ancient and extensive parish of Fewston included the Townships of Fewston, Norwood, Great Timble, Blubberhouses, and West End or Tliruscross, with the Hamlets of Clifton-Elsworth, Wydrah, Spinksburn, and Hardisty Hill - 433 pages

9. Gargrave - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1558-1812 - 347 pages

10. Hampsthwaite - Marriages, 1603-1807 Baptisms, Burials, 1603-1794 - Situated in the Forest of Knaresbro" and in it were included the townships of Hampsthwaite, Birstwith, Falliscliffe, Menwith-with-Darley, and Thornthwaite-with-Padside - 436 pages

11. Kildwick-In-Craven, St. Andrews - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1575-1743 - Bounded on the north by the parishes of Skipton and Carleton, on the south by those of Keighley and Bingley, on the west by that of Whalley (ancient parish), and on the east by that of Addingham, comprised the townships of Kildwick, Farnhill, Bradleys Both, Cononley, Cowling, Glusburn, Steeton-with-Eastburn and Silsden - 726 pages

12. Linton-In-Craven - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1562-1812 - 523 pages

13. Monk Fryston - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1538-1678 - 165 pages

14. Register Of The Cathedral Parish Of Ripon - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1574-1628 - The ancient parish of Ripon was an extensive one embracing the following — Aismunderby with Bondgate, Aldfield, Bewerley, Bishop Monkton, Bishopside, High and Low ; Bishop Thornton, Bishopton, Clotherholme, Dacre, Eavestone, Givendale, Grantley-with-Skelding, Hewick Bridge, Copt Hewick, Ingerthorpe, Markington-with-Wallerthwaite, Newby-with-Mulwith, Nunwick-with-Howgrave, Pateley, Ripon, Sawley, Sharow, Shelding, Skelton, North Stainley-with-Sleningford, Studley Roger, Studley Royal, Sutton Grange, Warsil, Westwick, Whiteliffe-with-Thorpe and Winksley - 1926 - 173 pages

15. Skipton-In-Craven - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1592-1680 - 357 pages

16. The Catholic Registers Of Linton-upon-Ouse, Newton-upon-Ouse, Near York - 1771-1840 - 31 pages

17. Bolton By Bolland - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1558-1724 - Became part of Lancashire after 1974 - 479 pages

18. Rilstone - Weddings, Christenings, And Burials - 1559-1812 - 368 pages

19. The Returns For The West Riding Of The County Of York Of The Poll Tax Laid In The Second Year Of The Reign Of King Richard The Second, A. D. 1379 - 1882 - 317 pages

20. West Riding Election. The Poll For A Knight Of The Shire For The West Riding Of Yorkshire 1848 - The names and parish or township of residence of over 30,000 voters - 401 pages

21. West Riding Election : The Poll For Two Knights Of The Shire For The West Riding Of Yorkshire 1841 - The names and parish or township of residence of over 30,000 voters - 719 pages

22. Ripon Election. The Poll For Two Burgesses To Serve In Parliament For The Borough Of Ripon, 1832 - Names and streets of residence of over 340 voters - 11 pages

23. The History Of The Castle, Town, And Forest Of Knaresborough, With Harrogate, And Its Medicinal Waters. : Including An Account Of The Most Remarkable Places In The Neighbourhood. The Curious Remains Of Antiquity. Elegant Buildings. Ornamented Grounds, And Other Singular Productions Of Nature And Art - 1789 - 342 pages

24. History of Haddlesey: its past and present; with notices of many neighbouring parishes and townships, including Birkin, Brayton, Burn, Carlton, Cowick, Drax, Gateforth, Eggborough, Kellington, Roal, Pontefract, Selby, Snaith, etc. etc - 1894 - 268 pages

25. The History & Topography Of The Townships Of Little Timble, Great Timble And The Hamlet Of Snowden - 1895 - 234 pages

26, 27 & 28 Memorials Of The Church Of SS. Peter And Wilfrid, Ripon - Accounts, Charters, Rolls, Excerpts from Chronicles, etc. 3 Volumes - 1884 - Total Of 1188 pages

29. Littondale: Past And Present. Part I. Fifty Years In Arncliffe. Part II. Halton Gill In The Olden Time - 1893 - 169 pages

30. History Of The Parish And Manorhouse Of Bishopthorpe - 1905 - 158 pages

31. History Of Skipton - 1882 - 413 pages

32. Kirkby Overblow And District : Being A Record Of The History, Antiquities, Folk-lore, And Old Customs Of The Ancient Parish Of Kirkby Overblow. With Brief Notices Of Adjacent Places - 1903 - 169 pages

33. Aldborough Church, Near Boroughbridge - Includes Parish Register extracts and transcripts of memorial inscriptions from inside the church and graveyard - 1886 - 52 pages

34. A Verbatim Copy Of All The Monuments, Gravestones, And Other Sepulchral Memorials In Ripon Cathedral And Its Burial Ground - 1847 - 123 pages

35. An Account Of A Cottage And Garden, Near Tadcaster: With Observations Upon Labourers Having Freehold Cottages And Gardens, And Upon A Plan For Supplying Cottagers With Cows. Printed At The Desire Of The Society For Bettering The Condition, And Increasing The Comforts Of The Poor - 1797 - 14 pages

36. Nidderdale : Or, An Historical, Topographical, And Descriptive Sketch Of The Valley Of The Nidd, Including Pateley Bridge, Bishopside, Dacre Banks, Hartwith, Brimham Rocks, Stonebeck Down, Ramsgill, Stonebeck Up, Middlesmoor, Fountains Earth, Greenhow Hill, And The Stump Cross Caverns - 1868 - 252 pages

37. Nidderdale, From Nun Monkton To Whernside, Being A Record Of The History, Antiquities, Scenery, Old Homes, Families, &c., Of The Beautiful Valley Of The Nidd - 1906 - 665 pages

38. Studies In Nidderdale : Upon Notes And Observations Other Than Geological, Made During The Progress Of The Government Geological Survey Of The District. 1867-72 - 313 pages

39 & 40. Memorials Of The Abbey Of St. Mary Of Fountains 2 Volumes - 1878 - Total Of 826 pages

41. Chronicles And Stories Of The Craven Dales - 1881 - 482 pages

42. The Parish Register Of Burnsall-in-Craven. Missing Portions Recovered From The Transcripts At York; Together With The More Ancient Inscriptions On Monuments In The Church And Churchyard. Entries Of The Marriages Of Burnsall Folk In Other Registers, And Such As Refer To Them In Paver's Licences. Some Notes Of The Rectors And Other Clergy Who Have Ministered In The Parish - 1912 - 138 pages

43. The Craven And North-West Yorkshire Highlands : Being A Complete Account Of The History, Scenery, And Antiquities Of That Romantic District - 1892 - 465 pages

44 & 45. The Dialect Of Craven : In The West-riding Of The County Of York, With A Copious Glossary, Illustrated By Authorities From Ancient English And Scottish Writers, And Exemplified By Two Familiar Dialogues. By A Native Of Craven. In Two Volumes - 1828 - 704 pages

46. Upper Wharfedale: Being A Complete Account Of The History, Antiquities And Scenery Of The Picturesque Valley Of The Wharfe, From Otley To Langstrothdale - 1900 - 555 pages

47. Lower Wharfedale: Being A Complete Account Of The History, Antiquities And Scenery Of The Picturesque Valley Of The Wharfe, From Cawood To Arthington - 1902 - 566 pages

48. Two Thousand Miles In Wharfedale : A Descriptive Account Of The History, Antiquities, Legendary Lore, Picturesque Features, And Rare Architecture Of The Vale Of The Wharfe, From Tadcaster To Cam Fell - 1904 - 669 pages

49. The History And Antiquities Of Selby : In The West Riding Of The County Of York, Containing Its Ancient And Present State, Ecclesiastical And Civil, Collected From Various Public Records, And Other Authentic Evidences; With Notices Of The Neighbouring Parish Of Brayton, And The Town-Ships Of Thorpe Willoughby, Burn, Barlow, Hambleton, And Gateforth - 1867 - 363 pages

50. The History Of The Parishes Of Sherburn And Cawood, With Notices Of Wistow, Saxton, Towton, &c. - 1882 - 343 pages

51. Collections Relative To Churches And Chapels Within The Diocese Of York. To Which Are Added, Collections Relative To Churches And Chapels Within The Diocese Of Ripon - 1842 - 667 pages

52. The History And Topography Of Harrogate. With Notices Of Birstwith, Blubberhouses, Castley, Clint, Dunkeswick, Felliscliffe, Fewston, Great Timble, Hampsthwaite, Haverah Park, Killinghall, Lindley, Little Ribston, Menwith-with-darley, Norwood, Pannal, Plumpton, Rigton, Scriven, Stainburn, Swinden, Thornthwaite-with-Padside, Thruscross, Weeton And The Forest Of Knaresboro' - 1882 - 524 pages

53. Giggleswick - List of Churchwardens 1638-1883 & extracts from the minute books - Charters and other early documents relating to Giggleswick Church - Notes on Giggleswick Church - List of Poll Tax payers, A.d. 1379. List of the Followers Of Lord Clifford, A.D. 1510. List of persons who signed the 'Association For The Prosecution Of Felons, A.D. 1743'. List of persons who paid Land Tax, Servant Tax, Dog Tax, Saddle & Carriage Tax &c., A.D. 1800 - Parliamentary electors of the parish of Giggleswick, A.D. 1708-1849 - Local historical & social notes - 1884 - 315 pages

54. A History Of Giggleswick School From Its Foundation, 1499-1912 - 1912 - 329 pages

55. The Giggleswick School Register, 1499 To 1921 Including a Roll Of Honor 'List Of Old Boys" who, during the Great War 1914-18, have given their lives for their country, and those who have served either in the Navy, Army, Air Force, or done work of National Importance. The dtails given are, name, unit, rank, No. of times wounded, decorations, etc. campaign areas & remarks - 1922 - 534 pages

56. History Of Aldborough And Boroughbridge : Containing An Account Of The Roman Antiquities, Devil's Arrow, Churches, Halls, And Other Curiosities - 1853 - 202 pages

57. Twenty-One Years Of Progress, Harrogate & District Co-operative Society - Contains the history & photographs, including the several branches in Harrogate - 1908 - 98 pages

58 & 59 Wills & Administrations From The Knaresborough Court Rolls, 2 Volumes, With Index To Original Wills, &c., At Somerset House - 1905 - Total Of 641 pages

60 - 65. The Heraldry In The Churches Of The West Riding Of Yorkshire 6 Volumes - 1892 - Total Of 544 pages

66. 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

67. The Place-Names Of The West Riding Of Yorkshire - 1910 - 277 pages

68. The West Riding Of Yorkshire. With Maps Diagrams And illustrations - 1921 - 200 pages

69. The Names & Adresses (Town And/Or Village) Of over 15,000 Owners Of Land Of One Acre And Upwards, Whether Built Upon Or Not, In York, West Riding With The Estimated Acreage And Annual Gross Estimated Rental Of The Property Belonging To Each Owner - 1875 - 126 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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