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, Lancaster, and Westmoreland
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Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, Hurst, Robinson, Robinson and Hernaman , London, Leeds
Statementby Thomas Dunham Whitaker. Vol.1.
ContributionsTurner, J. M. W. 1775-1851.
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An 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 Westmoreland by Whitaker, Thomas Dunham, ; Turner, J.

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History of Richmondshire, in the North Riding of the county of York: Publication Type: Book: Year of Publication: Authors: Whitaker T D: City: London: Library: Kedleston Hall Derbyshire (National Trust) Binding: Bound in russia with stamp 3 in gold on both covers: Call Number: I An History of Richmondshire, in the North Riding of the County of York; WHITAKER Thomas Dunham Published by Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown.

Hurst, Robinson, and Co. Robinson and Hernaman., Description: 2 volumes (complete) in late 19c calf with grey marbled boards, some blind in the North Riding of the county of York book, corners and edges lightly bumped and worn.

Edited by William Page. The first of two volumes, covering six wapentakes in the western half of the North Riding.

It includes an account of the borough of Richmond. Victoria County History - Yorkshire. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, Footnotes. were itinerant justices in Richmondshire in or (Chron. of the Reigns of and Ric. I [Rolls Ser.], i, ). Gervase of Canterbury in the 12th century divided England into thirty-four counties, of which Richmondshire was the last (Hist.

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WHITAKER (THOMAS DUNHAM) An History of Richmondshire, in the North Riding of the County of York, 2 vol., 45 engraved plates (4 hand-coloured), numerous illustrations in the text, letterpress pedigrees (some double-page), contemporary red morocco gilt.

The full title of this volume is "An 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, Lancaster and Westmoreland" The book is written in the same excellent style as his "History of Craven".

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[Thomas Dunham Whitaker; J M W Turner]. AN HISTORY OF RICHMONDSHIRE. by Thomas Dunham Whitaker. Illustrated by J.M.W. Turner; et al. Published by Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme And Brown. Very good condition. An 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.

The Victoria County History of Yorkshire, North Riding. The Victoria History of the County of York was planned to comprise five distinct sets of volumes, three of which have been completed. Work continues in Yorkshire East Riding.

For the North Riding, two volumes were published in and with an index volume following in Index to volumes 1 and 2 () Index to the Victoria History of the County of York North Riding [Text at Internet Archive - Text Archive.].

The History of Richmondshire (or The History of Yorkshire, vol 1). pages, including over large pedigrees, along with lots of names for the various parishes, etc. etc.

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As this book is titled "The History of Yorkshire volume 1, the editor apparently envisaged covering more of Yorkshire than this one volume (the only one issued.

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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.

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Turner, 26 (of 27) pedigrees, morocco (re-backed retaining original backstrips).

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Page, W, The Victoria History of the County of York: North Riding, (), ; Book cover links are generated automatically from the sources. They are not necessarily always correct, as book names at Amazon may not be quite the same as those used referenced in the text.

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It draws on County Record Office archives and the work of local history groups. The latest nominee is renowned Georgian architect John Carr. The early history of this Montfort family is difficult to determine, but they were, no doubt, descended from Alexander de Montfort who was holding two knight’s fees of the Earl of Gloucester in Farley and Wellow in [2] On 21 JanuaryAlexander de Montfort, with Robert his brother and Robert and Henry his sons witnessed a charter to Bath abbey.

Richmond, mun. bor., market town, and par., North-Riding Yorkshire, on left bank of river Swale, 42 miles NW. of York and from London by rail, ac., pop.

; P.O., T.O., 2 Banks, 1 -day, town grew up under the walls of the castle (), a fortress of vast strength, now a majestic ruin, occupying the summit of a cliff overlooking the river; it was the. Engraving by S.

Middiman entitled 'Moss Dale Fall', after a drawing by J. Turner to illustrate Thomas Dunham Whitaker's book 'An 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 Westmoreland'.

Great Britain, Museum Number E   Engraving by J.

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Pye entitled 'Hardraw Fall', after a drawing by J. Turner to illustrate Thomas Dunham Whitaker's book 'An 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 Westmoreland'.

Great Britain, Museum Number E. Richmond, town (parish), Richmondshire district, administrative county of North Yorkshire, historic county of Yorkshire, northern England.

It is situated on the left bank of the River Swale where its dale (upland valley) opens into the plain. Richmond grew up in the shelter of a Norman castle (c.History, Directory and Gazetteer, of the County of York () Volume 2.

East and North Ridings () Volume 1 covers the West Riding. [Text at Google Books [Hints and tips]; Internet Archive - .Yorkshire, historic county of England, in the north-central part of the country between the Pennines and the North ire is England’s largest historical county.

It comprises four broad belts each stretching from north to south: the high Pennine moorlands in the west, dissected by the Yorkshire Dales; the central lowlands—including the Vale of York—draining into the River Humber.