2 edition of place-names of the West Riding of Yorkshire found in the catalog.
place-names of the West Riding of Yorkshire
A. H. Smith
|Statement||by A.H. Smith. Part 3, Morley Wapentake.|
|Series||English Place-Name Society -- v.32|
It is an element in numerous minor place-names, mostly as a generic [kjarr], sources YAS Record Series Place-names of West Riding Henry Best's Farming Book North Riding Records Yorkshire Archaeological Jo Patent Roll YAS Record Series vol. 1. Dunsfort takes its name from Roger de Dunsforth or Dunsford - i.e. Roger from Dunsforth in the West Riding of Yorkshire - one of John de Courcy’s knights, and one of the benefactors of the monastery of Nendrum after it was reconstituted as a cell of St Bees Abbey in Cumberland, dependant on St Mary’s Abbey, York (see O’Laverty i ).
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Many Yorkshire villages have the Danish suffix –by or –thorpe, and about a third of place names in the East and North Ridings in Domesday Book are of Scandinavian origin, which suggests that local people must, at the very least, have been widely influenced by Scandinavian languages. Estate map to settle a lawsuit over peat-cutting rights. South at top. Rivers are Trent and Don. Yorkshire-North Riding. Christopher Saxton, engr. William Hole in Camden's Britannia. Hull. John Speed in The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine. York. John Speed in The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine Yorke.
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The subdivision of Yorkshire into three ridings or "thirds" (Old Norse: Þriðungr) is of Scandinavian origin. The West Riding was first recorded (in the form West Treding) in the Domesday Book of Unlike most English counties, Yorkshire, being so large, was divided first into the three ridings (East, North and West) and, later, the city Status: Ancient Riding, then Administrative county.
The Place-Names of the West Riding of Yorkshire Part 4: The Wapentakes of Barkston Ash, Skyrack and Ainsty Smith, A. Published by Cambridge at the University Press, London (). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Moorman, Frederic William, Place-names of the West Riding of Yorkshire.
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Be the first. The Place-names Of The West Riding Of Yorkshire Part I Lower & Upper Strafforth And Staincross Wapentakes by Smith, A. and a great selection of related. The Place-Names of the West Riding of Yorkshire was compiled by Prof. Frederic W. Moorman and published by the Thoresby Society of Leeds in The work contains "an etymological investigation of the place-names of the West Riding recorded in Domesday Book, or in Kirkby's Inquest, Knights' Fees, and Nomina Villarum for Yorkshire".
Read Online. (1.) The Terminations of West Riding Place-Names: xxxv. (II.) Bibliography: xlix. An: Etymological Investigation of the Place-Names of the West Riding recorded in Domesday Book, or in Kirkby's Inquest, Knights' Fees, and Nomina Villarum for Yorkshire: 1: Appendix: Battersby.
: Place-names of South-west Yorkshire: that is, of so much of the West Riding as lies south of the Aire from Keighley onwards eBook: Goodall, Armitage: Kindle StoreAuthor: Armitage Goodall. Similar Items. Place names in Alabama Author: Foscue, Virginia O. Published: () ; Yorkshire place names, as recorded in the Yorkshire Domesday book, comprising all the references (nearly five thousand,) to places in the three ridings and North Lancashire.
with their modern names & suggested etymologies ; the chief lords and tenants ; and twenty-two illustrations Author: Turner. The Place-Names of the West Riding of Yorkshire () by F.W.
Moorman. The following is the OCR text of a book and will likely contain conversion errors. This page is designed to be indexed by search engines. Click on a page number to view the book in your web browser. Norris, C. (transcribed & edited). Baines Yorkshire directory, /3: list of towns and villages having entries for gentry, merchants & traders giving the parish, wapentake and location.
Ripon: Ripon Historical Society, A. Smith, The Place-Names of the North Riding of Yorkshire, Cambridge University Press, UK and Ireland Genealogy. Place-names of South-west Yorkshire: that is, of so much of the West Riding as lies south of the Aire from Keighley onwards HTTP" link in the "View the book" box to the left to find XML files that contain more metadata about the original images Pages: Yorkshire: West Riding Index A-K.
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