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Township of Guiseley

Kenneth Chaffer

Township of Guiseley

tithe survey 1838

by Kenneth Chaffer

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Published by K. Chaffer in Harrogate .
Written in English


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Free 2-day shipping. Buy A Bill for Dividing and Inclosing a Moor Called Carlton Moor or Common, and an Open Field Called the Town Field, in the Manor and Township of Carlton, in the Parish of Guiseley, in the West Riding of the County of York at Newsome, E.B., , Marriage Bonds and Allegations, , Borthwick Institute, York. Palliser, James H., , Rawdon and its History, Published by the Author. Preston, William Easterbrook and Joseph Mambly Rowe (compilers), , A Transcript of the Early Registers of the Parish Church of Guiseley in the County of York,File Size: KB.

“We are discussing the findings with West Yorkshire Archaeology who have been keen to understand the evolution of the medieval township of Guiseley with its tofts and crofts. There is a shortage of research on this period in West is the second Iron Age/Romano-British site in Guiseley – there is another suspected in a field Author: Annette Mcintyre. OUR GUISELEY has 1, members. All members are deemed to have read, understood and agreed to the following terms and conditions. This group is a forum.

The History Of The Township Of Meltham, Near Huddersfield, In The West-riding Of The County Of York: From The Earliest Time To The Present - - pages The Origin And History Of Brunswick Street Free Wesleyan Church And Sunday School (Huddersfield), - - pages/5(20).   The township was formed out of Guiseley in The local board of health was established in The population of the urban sanitary district (area acres) was .


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GUISELEY (St. Oswald), a parish, in the Upper division of the wapentake of Skyrack, W. Township of Guiseley book of York, 9 miles (N. W.) from Leeds; containing, with the townships of Carlton and Yeadon, and the chapelries of Horsforth and Rawdon, 12, inhabitants, of whom are in the township of Guiseley.

Resources [edit | edit source]. "HORSFORTH, in the parish of Guiseley, upper-division of Skyrack; (New Hall, the residence of the Rev. J.A. Rhodes) 6 miles NW Leeds and 6 from Otley. Pop. 2, The Church is a perpetual curacy, value, p.r. £ Horsforth is a large well built village, where the.

Guiseley (St. Oswald) GUISELEY (St. Oswald), a parish, in the Upper division of the wapentake of Skyrack, W. riding of York, 9 miles (N. W.) from Leeds; containing, with the townships of Carlton and Yeadon, and the chapelries of Horsforth and Rawdon, 12, inhabitants, of whom are in the township of Guiseley.

"GUISELEY, a parish in the upper division of the wapentake of SKYRACK, West riding of the county of YORK, comprising the chapelries of Horsforth and Rawden, and the townships of Carlton, Guisley, and Yeaden, and containing inhabitants, of which number, are in the township of Guisley, 3.

GUISELEY: Geographical and Historical information from the year "GUISELEY, a parish in the upper division of the wapentake of Skyrack, West Riding county York, 2 miles S.

of Otley, and 9 N.W. of Leeds, its post town. The Horsforth station on the North-Eastern line is about 4 miles from the village. Residue to the master of the freeschool. The trustees are the Rector of Guiseley, the Vicar of Otley, and the heirs of Henry Hitch.

The schoolmaster also receives a rent-charge of 20s. out of a field at Guiseley. There are from 25 to 30 free scholars, who are instructed in reading, writing, and accounts. -Vide 15th Report, page Post town: Otley. Guiseley Council and Community Robinson's Guiseley Directory Township of Guiseley book Trades Advertiser List of persons entitled to vote in the election of Knights for the West Riding, in respect of the property situate within the township of Guiseley In a church, unnamed, there is a portion of an old memorial tablet (date about ) to Wm.

Vasasour, Esq., of Stead Hall in the township of Burnley. Mary Pulleyn was his sole heiress and there is in the choir a tablet erected to Thomas Pulleyn, Esq., of Burley Hall, who died in   Barnard's Hill book.

Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The story is based on characters that were known to the author at that time 3/5(1).

It adds: “We are discussing the findings with West Yorkshire Archaeology who have been keen to understand the evolution of the medieval township of Guiseley with its tofts and : Annette Mcintyre. Guiseley's church, dedicated to St Oswald, was the centre of a large parish that included many surrounding was used by generations of the Longfellow family.

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's 5th great-grandfather left here for the New World in the 17th rector of St Oswald's for several decades was Rev. Robert More (died in ), the father-in-law of the English explorer Country: England. Yeadon is a town within the metropolitan borough of the City of Leeds, West Yorkshire, England.

The majority of the town sits in the Otley and Yeadon ward of Leeds City Council and the Leeds North West parliamentary constituency. A southern part of the town is situated in the Guiseley and Rawdon ward and the Pudsey constituency.

Leeds Bradford International Airport is located immediately east of the town Metropolitan borough: City of Leeds. This undated photograph from Aireborough Historical Society shows a tram on Otley Road in Guiseley.

The Station Hotel, at the end of Oxford Road, can be seen on the service from Yeadon and Rawdon to Leeds was launched in May and was extended to Guiseley in June. Each township paid £ to Leeds for the : Annette Mcintyre.

Springfield Place, Guiseley. The Springfield area was originally known as Broad Ing, an Ing was an area of boggy ground, it was renamed Springfield in comparatively recent times. The land was common ground, before it was built on it was a popular place for the people of Guiseley to keep geese.

Historical description. Guiseley or Guisley, a village, a township, and a parish in the W.R. Yorkshire. The village stands near the Leeds and Bradford branch of the M.R., 2 miles S by W of Otley, was once a market-town, and has a post, money order, and telegraph office under Leeds, a railway station, a large town-hall built inan old market-cross, Liberal and Conservative clubs.

Book an Ad; Local Listings assessment of the site at Wills Gill in Guiseley. who have been keen to understand the evolution of the medieval township of Guiseley with its tofts and crofts. Author: Annette Mcintyre. Research Notes Farnhill Primitive Methodists. Seat RentsSunday School Record BooksAttendance RegistersRoll BooksChoir Attendance Register Methodists & Methodism Washburn Valley – Castley to Norwood Bottom.

I did find a William Yeadon (son of Joseph Yeadon) who was baptised on August 7th at Guiseley in West Yorkshire. At this time the Yeadon surname was of very localised distribution, being largely around Guiseley and Bradford - the surname perhaps deriving from the township of Yeadon near Guiseley.

intended as a chapter in my book titled, Pubs, Ploughs and Petticoats, The Journey. However as time went on, buildings of Upper End Farm, in the township of Guiseley.

It was occupied by Benjamin and his brother William who enlarged it to suit their operations as malt-sters. It. Guiseley was a settlement in Domesday Book, in the hundred of Skyrack and the county of Yorkshire. It had a recorded population of households inputting it in the smallest 20% of settlements recorded in Domesday (NB: households is an estimate, since multiple places are mentioned in.

Settlers In T'Dale - Kindle edition by Ian Long. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Settlers In .Guiseley and Yeadon Issues (and Surrounding Areas) has 8, members.

Page designed to discuss Aireborough All posts are your own opinion. Threatening.A bill for dividing and inclosing a moor called Carlton Moor or common, and an open field called the Town Field, in the manor and township of Carlton, in the parish of .