Court Rolls etc

Court Rolls etc

QUARTER SESSIONS RECORDS OF THE WEST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE

Court in Session Quarter Sessions Rolls – Pontefract sessions, Informations Repository Wakefield Headquarters (GB 201). Finding No QS1/15/4/2/10 Extent 1 item

Information of William Younge of Appletreewick about the theft of his three cows 21 Mar 1675

He had been told that John Orton of Parcivell Hall, Appletreewick, Thomas Lupton of Burnsall, James Waters and Anthony Tayler had taken the cows. Information of James Shaw of Greenhow, miner about the theft of the cows, which were later found in the barn of Christopher Lowson in Gowthwaite.

 

QUARTER SESSIONS RECORDS OF THE WEST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE

Court in Session Quarter Sessions Rolls – Skipton sessions, Informations Repository Wakefield Headquarters (GB 201), Finding No QS1/15/5/2/2 Extent 1 item

Information of Thomas Barber of Austby, whitesmith, about the theft of money from his purse 25 May 1676

£4 8s he had from the sale of a horse to George Burnet of Otley and another £9 he already had in his purse was taken by, he suspected, Lawrence Rhoades of Otley, Lancelot Wall of Throstle Nest in Newhall cum Clifton, George Atkinson of Drebley, and James Shaw of Greenhow Hill

 

QUARTER SESSIONS RECORDS OF THE WEST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE

Court in Session Quarter Sessions Rolls – Wetherby sessions, Traverses Repository Wakefield Headquarters (GB 201), Finding No QS1/17/1/5/1 Extent 1 item

Traverse of the case against Randalph Bradberry, Robert Over and Nathaniel Baynes of Greenhow Hill [Jan 1678]

The men were indicted for digging up soil and turves on Appletreewick Common

 

INGILBY RECORDS YORKSHIRE AND GENERAL ESTATE PAPERS MINERALS

Repository Leeds (GB 205) Finding No WYL230/2660

Assignment 15 Oct 1785

From Thomas Wolrich of Armley House, Leeds, esq., and John Beckett of Leeds, esq., assignees of the estate of James Collins late of Scriven with Tentergate, a bankrupt, to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., of 2 seventh parts in Black Riggs Lead Mine near Greenhow Hill.

 

INGILBY RECORDS – LOCAL AND NATIONAL AFFAIRS – KNARESBOROUGH FOREST

Repository Leeds (GB 205) Finding No WYL230/3103

Deputation 13 Aug 1748

By Sir John Ingilby to Emanuel Simpson of Greenhow Hill to be gamekeeper under him within the Liberty and Forest of Knaresborough.

 

ADDINGHAM ST PETER, PARISH RECORDS

Churchwardens, Overseer of the Poor, Constables, and Surveyors of the Highways records Bastardy bonds Repository Bradford (GB 202), Finding No BDP1/7/3/1 Extent 1 item

Bastardy bond 4 Jun 1696

1. Joseph Fielding of Farfield in Addingham, bachelor, Peter Simpson of Craven Kell next Greenhaw Hill in Ripon Parish, miner. 2. Henry Watson and John Holmes of Addingham, Churchwardens, Robert Spencer and William Cockshott of Addingham, Overseers that Ellen Gill, daughter of Robert Gill of Padside in the Parish of Hainsthwaite, is pregnant by Joseph Fielding, and that he is to marry her within 10 days, and support her

 

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