Newspaper Extracts - Thoralby
Leeds Intelligencer - 2nd December, 1777
... The following Persons were severally convicted before William Chaytor, Esq; in the penalty of 5s.* each, for reeling halfe or short yarn, on the 14th and 17th ult. under the late act of parliament obtained for that purpose: Margaret Deighton, John Hall, Sarah Wilson, Nathaniel French, James Warrener, John Chambers, and Elizabeth Sherriff, all of Midleham; Mary Viltey, Mary Walbank, John Rodham, Ann Allinson, George Askough, James Skelton, Richard Dixon, Margaret Hawkins, Mary Thackrah, and Mary Wray, all of Leyburn; Sarah Harrison and William Stabler, both of Melmerby; George Tatham, Joseph Rider, Dorothy Leeming, Jane Caygill, William Taterfall, Eliz. Tesseyman, Ann Wriglesworth, Margaret Wray, Elizabeth Pickard, and Isabella Clarkson, all of Carlton; James Deacon and Richard Hall, both of Gammersgill; jane Canon and Mary Wilson, both of Horses [Horeshouse]; Elizabeth Turner, of Coverham; John Bowes and Jane Dawson, both of Swineside; Francis Wilkinson, Len. Horner, Judith Spence, Mary Scott, Hannah Bell, Fanny Burton, Sarah Chapman, Eliz. Clarkson, John Hanley, Ann Ascough, Jane Spence, William Hunter, and Ben. Darwen, all of West Scrafton; Sarah Thompson, of Waldin [Walden]; Margaret Greenbank, Elizabeth Tunstill, Ann Kirkbright, Jane Swainestone, and Adam Harker, all of Burton in Bishopdale [West Burton]; Stephen Mattttison, Margaret Heseltine, Peter Hutchinson, and Mrs Sarah Sadler, all of Thoralby; Ann Reynald, of Swinuate [Swinithwaite]; Mary Hogg and Elizabeth Meggison, both of West Witton; John Hanley, Eliz. Whitelock, Ann Wright, and George Blackburn, all of Bellerby; Dorothy Longstaff, Sarah Brumfitt, Jenkin Dinsdale, James Wright, Elizabeth Hawkswell, and Susannah Heslop, all of Harnby [Harmby].
[The Worsted Acts, passed between 1777 and 1791, established semi-official industrial police forces in nearly a third of the counties of England, charged with detecting and prosecuting reeling of worsted yarn by hand spinners.]
Leeds Intelligencer - 14th March 1780
... The following persons were severally convicted under the Worsted Act, for the following Offences, viz.
Before Mattbru Dodsworth, Esqr, at Crake-Hall. Mabel, the Wife of John Barthollomy, of Askrigg. Nelly, the Wife of James Rennalds, of Wensley, Elizabeth, the Wife of David Pl??s, and Ann, the Wife of Joseph Horsfield, both of Bolton. Jane, the Wife of Miles Simpson, of Thoralby. Sarah, the Wife of Martin Wilson, and Jane, the Wife of James Whitell, both of Aisgarth. Dorothy Husband, Widow, Esther, the Wife of Ralph Pattison, Margaret the Wife of Thomas Hardy, all of Catterick. Mary, the Wife of James Wray, Mary Walker, Widow, Esther Lasenby, Singlewoman, and Mary Bradberry, Singlewoman, all of Middleham. Mary Barnes, of Burton. Grace Wells, Singlewoman, Fremington. Betty Spence, Singlewoman, of Walden; and Ellin Collin, Singlewoman, of Ilton, in the Penalty of 5s. each. ...
Leeds Intelligencer - 17th April 1781
... The following Persons were severally convicted under the Worstd Act in the several Offeces following, viz.
27th, Before Peter Goyllet, Esq., of Badger Hall.
Geo. Whitehead, of West Burton; Rob. Glasby, Thomas Hewitt, and Mary Wilson, of West-Witton; Eliz. Thornton of Thoralby; Eliz. Dent, Ellin Birkbeck, and Ann Williamson, of Layburn; Esabella Johnson, Margaret Espiner, and Mary Eden, of Crakehall; Ann Hall; and Mary Metcalfe. of Hackforth; Mary Herron. Mary Osleton, and Ann Osmotherly, of Kirk-Feetham; Elliner Roberts, of Catterick; Fanny Lupton, of Fencote; Jane Walker of Scuton; Mary Place, of Bedale; Margaret Robinson, and Jane Dawson, of Newton-in-the-Willows; Hannah Sanderson, of Paterick-Brompton, and Isabella Rennard, of Firby. Mary Chapman, of Hackforth, and Rich. Taylor, of Carlton, both in the penalty of 5s. for refusing to discover who was the reeler of two pounds of worsted yarn.
Leeds Intelligencer - 19th October 1795
... A few days since died, aged 86, Mr. Brown, of Thoralby, upwards of sixty years chief constable of Hang West Division, in the North-Riding.
Leeds Intelligencer - 18th April 1796
... At the last Quarter Sessions of the Peace holden at Northallerton, in and for the North Riding of this county, on the 5th inst. William Bennison, was convicted of larceny [theft], and ordered to be transported for seven years. William Sturdy, convicted of larceny, was sentenced to remain in a house of correction at Northallerton for six months, and to be whipt. - Eliz. Armstrong, convicted of receiving stolen goods, was sentenced to remain in the house of correction for one month an kept to hard labour. - James Kettlewell, Ann Metcalf, Phyllis Scarr, Michael Heseltine, Adam Marchbank, Eliz. Moor, Eliz. North, Isabella Moor, John Furnis, John Pybus, Francis Harrison, and Mary Etherington, were severally indicted for assaulting persons who were conveying corn from Bainbridge, Thoralby, and Aisgarth, in the said Riding, to divers other places for sale, to which the defendants severally submitted; and the Court in consideration of their submission, and at the instance and earnest request of the prosecutors, set small fines upon them, and ordered them to find bail for their good behaviour for the space of three months, next ensuing, or stand committed, upon which they severally found each bail and were the discharged. ...
Leeds Intelligencer - 5th December, 1796
... On Friday fe'nnight died, aged 90, Mr. [John] Bywell, of Thoralby, in this county, universally regretted.
York Herald – 22 June, 1805
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,
By CHR. ORTON.
At the house of THOMAS TENNANT, Innholder, Carlton on Coverdale, in the County of York, on WEDNESDAY the FOURTEENTH day of August, 1805, subject to such conditions as will be then and there produced, of not previously disposed of by Private Contract, of which timely notice will be given.
All that excellent and beautiful MESSUAGE or DWELLING HOUSE, now occupied by Mr. Christopher Watson,; the owner; with a most delightful GARDEN in the front of the said House: also, a good modern built FARM-HOUSE, with the OUTBUILDINGS, STABLES, respectively belonging thereto; together with about forty days Mowing of capital rich Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Land contiguous to the above premises; with four Cattle-gates and a half in Carlton West Pasture. Also One Eight Share in the Manor of Carlton High Dale, well stocked with Game, and on which there is a Seam of Coal, with strong appearances of Veins of Lead, and therefore very desirable to Mine adventures.
A part of the above premises is contiguous to the river Cover, upon which, with great advantage, a Cotton, Worsted, or other Mill, may be erected, being near to the populons Villages of Carlton, East and West Scrafton, and Melmerby, from where a supply of labourers and children may be obtained on reasonable terms.
The above premises are subject to a small payment in lieu of Tythes, and well calculated for a Gentleman who could wish to amuse himself with Field Diversions.
Mr. CHRISTOPHER WATSON, the owner, of Carlton aforesaid, will show the premises; and further particulars may be had on application to the said Mr. WATSON, or Mr. SADLER, Solicitor, Thoralby.
York Herald – 8 November, 1806
Lately, at Thoralby, near Askrigg. G. Wray, Esq. Captain in the Loyal Dales Volunteers.
York Herald – 22nd November, 1806
- Wensleydale and Bishopdale -
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,
On TUESDAY the THIRTIETH Day of December, 1806, at PALMER FLAT INN, near Aysgarth, Wensleydale,
ALL that FREEHOLD ESTATE, called the TOWNHEAD, [Old Hall], situate at THORALBY, in Bishopdale, consisting of a small ancient MANSION-HOUSE and suitable Outbuildings, with about 26 Acres of very rich Meadow Land adjoining, and 33 Acres, or thereabouts, of Meadow and Pasture Grounds, within half a mile of the Mansion-House, together with 17 or 18 Cattlegates in the two Stinted Pastures called Thoralby Haw and Side Pastures.
The above Estate is entitled to an extensive and valuable Common Right upon the Stake Common, which may, and is soon likely to be made Stinted Pasture, at a small charge.
And also, All that small but eligible compact FREEHOLD ESTATE, called EASTHOLM, in Wensleydale, bounded on the North by the River Yore, and on the South by Bishopdale Brook, (both excellent Trout Streams) and delightfully situated on a Neck of Land which forms a Junction between the two beautiful Vales of Wensleydale and Bishopdale, and within a Quarter of a Mile of that much admired Water Fall called Aisgarth Force, consisting of a neat snug DWELLING-HOUSE, and requisite Outbuildings, and about 28 Acres of Meadow and Pasture Land.
Also an Allotment containing about 8 Acres, well fenced and watered, late Parcel of Aisgarth Moor.
Also one-8th Shares of that well-conducted Cotton Mill, situated near Aisgarth, on the Margin of the River Yore, which supplies it with a never failing Stream of Water.
Also one-6th Share of that well-accustomed Water Corn Mill, (now in good Repair) situated at West Burton; and 6 Sheepgates, and one-8th in the Stinted Pasture, lately inclosed from Burton Moor.
N.B. All the above Premises are in Aysgarth Parish, and will be shown by WILLIAM WRAY, of Thoralby.
The Townhead and Eastholm Estates are most desirable objects for such Gentlemen as wish for Country Retreats.
Any further Particulars may be known on Application to Nr. LUPTON TOPHAM, Solicitor in Middleham.
York Herald – 31st October, 1807
- Wensleydale and Bishopdale –
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,
On SATURDAY the SEVENTH day of November, 1807, at the house of Mr. FRANCIS WITTINGTON, - at Palmer Flatt, near Aysgarth. By WILLIAM TERRY, Auctioneer, At THREE o’clock in the afternoon. The following FREEHOLD PROPERTY. In the Township of THORALBY. A neat, commodious DWELLING-HOUSE, called Little Burn House, and extensive convenience thereunto belonging, with about Twenty Acres of Land of the first quality surrounding the same – Also Swiney Cote Farm, adjoining the above. A Field called, called Low Sandwath. Two Fields, called High and Low Skerricks. A Field called, Under Scarr. Two Fields, called East and West Water Ings. The Farm, called Blind Sike. Five Fields called. East Ground; viz. Dirt Holme, Hole, Harlow, Water Parrock, and Beck Close. And half Share of the Corn Mill, at Thoralby, in full work, and good repair.
The above are in the occupation of James Mudd, John Metcalfe, George Calvert, and John Fawcett, as Tenants.
[The sale of these followed the death of Robert Tennant of Littleburn, (1729-1807)].
York Herald – 22nd November, 1807
Wensleydale and Bishopdale –
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,
On TUESDAY the THIRTIETH Day of December, 1806 at PALMER FLATT INN, near Aisgarth, Wensleydale,
ALL that FREEHOLD ESTATE, called the TOWNHEAD [Old Hall], situate at THORALBY, in Bishopdale, consisting of a small ancient MANSION-HOUSE and suitable Outbuildings, with about 26 Acres of very rich Meadow Land adjoining, and 33 Acres, or thereabouts, of Meadow and Pasture Land (also of excellent Quality) called the West Grounds, within half a mile of the Mansion-House, together with 17 or 18 Cattlegates in two Stinted Pastures called Thoralby Haw and Side Pastures.
The above Estate is entitled to an extensive and valuable Common Right upon the Stake Common, which may, and is likely soon to be made a Stinted Pasture, at a small charge.
And also, All that small but eligible and compact FREEHOLD ESTATE, called EASTHOLM, in Wensleydale, bounded on the North by the River Yore, and on the South by Bishopdale Brook, (both excellent Trout Streams) and delightfully situated on a Neck of Land which forms a Junction between the two beautiful Vales of Wensleydale and Bishopdale, and within a Quarter of a Mile of that much admired Water Force called Aisgarth Force, consisting of a neat snug DWELING-HOUSE, and requisite Outbuildings, and about 28 Acres of Meadow and Pasture Land.
Also an Allotment containing about 8 Acres, well fenced and watered, late Parcel of Aisgarth Moor.
Also one-8th Share of that well-conducted Cotton Mill, situated near Aisgarth, on the Margin of the River Yore, which supplies a never failing Stream of Water. Also one-6th Share of that well-accustomed Water Corn Mill, (now in good Repair) situated at West Burton; and 6 Sheepgates, and one-8th in the Stinted Pasture, lately inclosed from Burton Moor.
N.B. All the above Premises are in Aisgarth Parish, and will be shown by WILLIAM WRAY, of Thoralby. [Townhead, now known as the Old Hall].
The Townhead and Eastholm Esates are most desirable objects for such Gentlemen as wish for Country Retreats.
Any further Particulars may be-known on Application to Mr. LUPTON TOPHAM, Solicitor in Middleham.
[The sale of these followed the death of George Wray of the Old Hall, (1757-1806)].
York Herald – 13th February, 1808
THORALBY INCLOSURE. THORALBY INTENDED INCLOSURE. THE OWNERS of LANDS and CATTLE GATES situate within the Township of THORALBY, in the Parish of AYSGARTH, in the county of York, are requested to attend, by themselves or Agents, at the house of JANE CALVERT, Innholder, [George Inn] in Thoralby, on THURSDAY the EIGHTEENTH day of February inst. at ELEVEN o’clock in the Forenoon, on special business respecting the said Inclosure.
By Order, CHR. TOPHAM, Solicitor. MIDDLEHAM. Feb. 6, 1808.
York Herald – 3rd June 1809
THORALBY and BISHOPDALE INCLOSURE
ALEXANDER CALVERT, of Richmond, in the County of York, Land Surveyor, the sole Commissioner appointed in and by an Act of Parliament lately made and passed, intituled “An Act for inclosing Lands in the Manor of Thoralby, in the Parish of Aisgarth, in the North-Riding of the County of York,” in obedience to the same, and also to the directions of an Act made and passed in the Forty-first year of the Reign of his Majesty, intituled, “An Act for consolidating in one Act, certain Provision usually inserted in Acts of Inclosure, and for facilitating the mode of proving the several facts usually required on the passing of such Acts,”
DOTH HERBY GIVE NOTICE,
That he will hold his first attendance, for executing the powers vested in him, by virtue of the said Acts, or one of them, at the House of MISS JANE CALVERT, Innholder, [George Inn] at Thoralby aforesaid, on THURSDAY the TWENTY-SECOND day of JUNE next, at TEN o’clock in the Forenoon of the same day; and the said Commissioner doth herby require all Persons, and Bodies Corporate or Politic, who have or claim, any Common or other Right, to or in the Lands to be inclosed, at Thoralby and Bishopdale aforesaid, to deliver or cause to be delivered to him, at such attendance, an Account or Schedule in writing , signed by them or their Agents, of all their Respective Right, or Claims, and therin describe the Lands, Grounds, and Cattlegates, and the respective Messuages, Cottages, Byelawships, Land, Tenements, and Hereditaments, in respect whereof they shall respectively claim or be entitled to any, and which such rights, and the names of the Occupiers, and the computed quantities thereof respectively, together with the nature and extended of such Rights; and all claims neglected to be delivered to the said Commissioner, at his said first attendance, cannot be afterwards received, without some special cause to be by him allowed for that purpose.
And in pursuance of the directions of the said Act, passed in the Forty-First year of the Reign of his Majesty.
FURTHER NOTICE IS HERBY GIVEN, That a Banker, or some other Person or Persons, will be appointed by a majority in value of the Proprietors, who shall be present at the said Meeting, in whose hands, the money to be raised by the authority of the said Acts of Parliament for defraying the expenses of the said Inclosure, shall from time to time, be paid and deposited.
By Order of the Commissioner,
CHR. TOPHAM, Solicitor. MIDDLEHAM, 27th May 1809.
Durham County Advertiser - 12th November, 1814
At Thoralby, in Wensleydale on the 25th nlt, after a long illness, which baffled medical skill, Mary, the wife of James Willis, Esq. of that place.
Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - 3rd March, 1817
BANKRUPTS to surrender in the COUNTRY.
Robert Davis, Aisgarth, Yorkshire, dealer, March 20, at 3, March 21, April 12, at 11, at Mr. Clarke's, innholder, Aisgarth. Attornies, Mr. Willis, Thoralby, and Messrs Willis and Co. Warnford-court.
Durham County Advertiser - 26th July, 1817
At Thoralby, Wensleydale, on the 6th inst. Bywell Sadler, Esq.
York Herald - 25th October, 1817
To be SOLD by AUCTION,
At the House of Mr. JOHN WELLOCK, Innholder,
West-Burton, near Leyburn, in the County of
York, on WEDNESDAY, November 12, 1817, in
Subject to such Conditions as will then and there
Situate in the Township of WEST-BURTON aforesaid;
IN THE FOLLOWING LOTS:-
LOT 1. ALL that Old-Established and Well-accustomed WATER CORN-MILL, with DRYING-KILN adjoining. The Mill is twelve Yards by nine, three Stories high, contains three Pair of Stones and a Flour Machine, and is supplied by a very powerful Stream of Water. It has lately undergone a thorough Repair.
LOT 2. - One DWELLING-HOUSE and Appurtenances, adjoining Lot 1.
LOT 3. - A DWELLING-HOUSE, now in the occupation of John Matson.
LOT 4. - All those CLOSES, called Hudson Fields, containing, by estimation, Five Acres, more or less.
LOT 5. - An ALLOTMENT in Burton Pasture, containing 5A. 3R. 28P. more or less.
LOT 5. - A PLANTATION, known by the Name of JOP-HOLME.
The above Lots stand in the Centre of Six Corn and Flour-Markets - viz. Leyburn, Richmond, and Bedale, Corn-Markets - Kettlewell, Hawes, Greystones, Flour-Markets.
Further Particulars may be known on application to MR. JOHN TERRY, the Owner; or to Mr. J. SADLER, Solicitor, Thoralby.
Leeds Mercury - 1st November, 1817
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,
At the House of Christopher Clarke, Innholder, in Hawes, in the County of York, on Wednesday, the 12th Day of November, 1817, between the Hours of Four and Six o'Clock in the Afternoon.
ALL that FREEHOLD ESATATE, called and commonly know by the Name of Busk, situate near Hawes aforesaid, consisting of a DWELLING-HOUSE and Outbuildings, together with Forty Acres or thereabouts of Meadow, and Twenty-One Acres of Pasture LAND, and Two Closes or Inclosures of Pasture Land or Ground, called Duerly and Redmire Pastures, situate near Hawes aforesaid, containing together One Hundred and Fifty-three Acres, with an Allotment adjoining therto, containing Twenty-four Acres, be the same more or less.
Note.- There is a good Seam of Coal and Limestone in the Esate, and it is situate in good Sporting Country.
Also, all those FREEHOLD CLOSES or Inclosures of Ground, called the Low Ing, White-Acres and Strands, situate near Hawes aforsaid, containing by Estimation Fifteeen Acres or therabouts, now in the Possession of John Hunter.
CJ Particulars may be known, on Application to Mr. John Lodge, Mr. Routh, Mr. Edmund Dixon, Mr. Matthew Allen, or Mr. John Metcalfe, the Assignes of Robert Davies, a Bankrupt, at Hawes aforesaid; or at the Office of Mr. Willis, Solicitor, in Thoralby; or of Mr. Preston, Solicitor, Skipton.
Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser 9th September, 1819
... Sept. 5 at Thoralby, Yorkshire, aged 25, Mr. Thos. Coates, Solicitor, of Warnford-court, London.
Yorkshire Gazette – 8th September, 1821
List (3) GAMEKEEPERS, being ASSESSED Servants at £1. 5s. each:
... Sadler, Abel, by Wm. Purchas, Esq. for Burton-cum-Walden, Thoralby, Aysgarth, Newbiggin and Bishopdale.
Leeds Mercury – 16th August, 1823
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, by Mr. WM. TERRY, on Wednesday, the Twenty-seventh of August Inst. at Six o'Clock in the Evening, at the House of Mr. James Richardson, Black Bull Inn, West Burton - A desirable and compact GRAZING FARM, called ASHES, situates in Walden, near West Burton aforesaid, consisting of a Farm House, several good Barns, and about One Hundred and Two Acres of inclosed Lands, all within a Ring Fence, with valuable and extensive Common Right immediately adjoining the whole being very suitable for a Breeding, or Sheep Stock. Land-Tax redeemed. - Apply for further Particulars to Mr. J. Nicholson, Thoralby.
N.B. There is a Lime Kiln on the upper Part of the Premises, and within half a Mile of Coal, and the Pastures are very improved by Draining and Lime.
Durham County Advertiser – 13 September, 1823
... At Aysgarth, on Saturday last, James Taylor [Wray], sixth son of the late George Wray, Esq. of Thoralby, Yorkshire, to Sarah, daughter of Woodstock Winstanley, Esq. also of Wensleydale, in the county of York.
Yorkshire Gazette – 1st July, 1826
In Swaledale, Yorkshire.
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, by Leonard Holmes, Auctioneer, at Mrs. Yarker's, the King's Head Inn, in Richmond, on Saturday, the 8th Day of July, 1826, at 5 o'clock in the Evening, subject to the Conditions to be then produced:
A Moiety or half part of that valuable Lead Mine in Swaledale, called the SURRENDER MINE, lately belonging to Mrs. Chaytor, of Spennithorne, deceased, and now the Property of John Clervaux Chaytor, Esq., her Executor.
Holden for an unexpired Term of 14 Years, from the 16th Day of November last, under a Lease granted by the Right Hon. the Earl of Pomfret and others.
With the late Mrs. Chaytor's Share of the Mining Utensils, Tools, and Implements, belonging thereto.
The other Moiety is holden by William Chaytor, Esq., of Witton Castle, in the County of Durham, and Jos. Morley, Esq., of Marrick Abbey, in Swaledale, aforesaid - in each a quarter Share.
This Mine is well known - has been, and is likely to continue to be, extremely productive, and to prove a valuable Speculation to Mine Adventures.
James Spensley, of Feetham, in Swaledale, the Agent of the Mine, will show the Ground and the Works, and give any necessary Information to Persons wishing to purchase; and further Particulars may be known on Application to the said John Clervaux Chaytor, Esq., at Spennithorne, or to Mr. Willis, Solicitor, Thoralby.
Yorkshire Gazette – 16th September, 1826
LIST (3.) GAMEKEEPERS being Assessed Ser-
vants at £1. 5s.
... - Sadler Abel, by William Purchas, Esq. for Burton-cum-Walden, Thoralby, and Newbiggin.
Yorkshire Gazette – 1st September, 1827
AT WEST-BURTON AND WALDEN,
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,
at the House of James Richardson, the Black Bull Inn, in West-Burton, in the Parish of Aisgarth, in the County of York, on Tuesday, the 11th Day of September next at 6 o'Clock in the Evening, in Two Lots, by the Direction of the Executors and Devises in trust under the Will of the late Mr. William Graham, (subject to the Conditions to be then and there produced).
ALL that modern-built MESSUAGE or DWELLING-HOUSE, pleasantly situated in West-Burton aforesaid, with Garden, Stables, and Outbuildings therto belonging, and lately occupied by the said William Graham.
All that valuable ESTATE, called Walden Head, situate in Walden, in the Township of West-Burton aforesaid, consisting of a good Farm-House, with all requisite Out-Buildings therto adjoining, and containing in the whole, by admeasurement, 143A. 2R. and 3P. of rich Meadow and Pasture Land, divided into convenient Inclosures and with an unlimited right of Common upon Walden-Head Moor.
The Estate is within a Ring Fence, and is well watered, and in the immediate Neighbourhood of extensive Moors, well stocked with Grouse. Any Person wishing for Investment will find it worth their Attention, as it is capable of great Improvement at a very little Expense, there being Lime-stone upon the Estate, and Coal is raised at a very short Distance.
ROBERT PALEY, the Tenant, will show the Premises, and further Particulars may be known, on Application to Mr. RALPH LODGE, of Newhouses, in Bishopdale, Mr. GEO P. ROBINSON, of West-Burton, (the Executor of the late W. Graham,) or at the Office of Messrs WILLIS and ROBINSON, Solicitors, Thoralby, where a Plan of the Estates may be seen.
Thoralby, 11th August, 1827
York Herald – 15th September, 1827
COUNTY OF YORK.
PERSONS who have obtained a GAME
CERTIFICATES for the Year 1827.
...Lodge Ralph, Bishopdale; Lodge W. Thoralby ...
Aberdeen Journal – 6th May, 1829
On the 19th ult. at Thoralby, near Leyburn, aged seventy-one, the Right Hon. Morris, Lord Rokeby, of Armagh, and a Baronet. His Lordship is succeeded in his titles and estates by his brother, Matthew Montagu, Esq. of Portman Square, London. ...
Lancaster Gazette - 13th June, 1829
... On the 9th ult. at Thoralby, near Leyburn, Yorkshire, Lawson Dunn, Esq. friend and companion of the late Right Hon. Morris, of Rokeby, whom he survived but three weeks. ...
Yorkshire Gazette – 21st March, 1829
TO BE SOLD.
PURSUANT to a Degree of the High Court of Chancery mad in a Cause of "HUTTON v. CHAYTOR," with the approbation of William Wingfield Esq., one of the Masters of the said Court, at the King's Head Inn, Leyburn, in the Parish of Wensley, in the County of York, on Tuesday, the 26th Day of May, 1829, in Six Lots, a Freehold
Late the Property of Mrs. Jane Chaytor, deceased, situate in the Parish of Coverham, in the County of York, consisting of a FARM-HOUSE, with the Yards, Gardens, Barns, Stables, and Outbuildings, therto belonging; together with about 95 Acres of Arable, Meadow, and Pasture LAND, and also a DWELLING-HOUSE, now used as PUBLIC-HOUSE and several Pieces of Arable and Meadow LAND, containing about Four Acres, situate in the Parish of Melmerby, in the said County of York, and Seven and a Half Sheep Gates, on Melmerby Moor.
Printed Particulars may be had (Gratis) at the said Master's Chambers, in Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane, London; of Messrs. Willis, Watkinson, Bower, and Willis, Solicitors, Token House Yard, London; of Messrs. Willis and Robinson, Solicitors, Thoralby, near Bedale, in the County of York; and at the principal Inns at Leyburn, Middleham, Richmond, and Bedale, all in the said County of York.
Yorkshire Gazette – 22nd August, 1829
To be Peremptorily Re-Sold,
PURSUANT to a Degree of the High Court of Chancery mad in a Cause of "HUTTON v. CHAYTOR," with the approbation of William Wingfield Esq., one of the Masters of the said Court, at the King's Head Inn, Leyburn, in the Parish of Wensley, in the County of York, on Thursday, the 8th Day of October, 1829, in Lots, a FREEHOLD ESTATE (late the Property of Mr. Chaytor, deceased,) situate in the Parish of Spennithorne, in the said County of York, consisting of a FARM-HOUSE, with the Yards, Gardens, Barns, Stables, and Outbuildings, therto belonging; together with about 95 Acres of Arable, Meadow, and Pasture LAND, (now in the Occupation of a respectable Tenant, at the Annual Rent of £65.) and also a DWELLING-HOUSE, now used as PUBLIC-HOUSE and several Pieces of Arable and Meadow LAND, containing about Four Acres, situate in the Parish of Melmerby, in the said County of York, and Seven and a Half Sheep Gates, on Melmerby Moor.
Printed Particulars may be had (gratis) at the said Master's Chambers, in Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane, London; of Messrs. Willis, Watkinson, Bower, and Willis, Solicitors, Token House Yard, London; of Messrs. Willis and Robinson, Solicitors, Thoralby, near Bedale, in the County of York; and at the principal Inns at Leyburn, Middleham, Richmond, and Bedale, all in the said County of York.