Three seventeenth century Yorkshire surveys

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Statementedited by T.S. Willan and E. W. Crossley.
SeriesYorkshire Archaeological Society -- Vol.104
ContributionsWillan, Thomas Stuart., Crossley, E. W.
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First published for the Yorkshire Archaeological Society inthis work comprises three authentic seventeenth-century surveys, covering Wensleydale, Middleham and Richmond.

Providing details of property and land ownership, tenancies and farming, it remains a valuable resource for local historians as well as scholars of seventeenth-century 5/5(2). First printed for the society inthis work comprises three seventeenth-century surveys. The first, introduced and edited by Thomas Stuart Willan (–94), addresses the manor of Wensleydale, and the remaining two, introduced and edited by Ely Wilkinson Crossley (–), are concerned with the areas - then known as lordships - of.

First printed for the society inthis work comprises three seventeenth-century surveys. The first, introduced and edited by Thomas Stuart Willan (), addresses the manor of Wensleydale, and the remaining two, introduced and edited by Ely Wilkinson Crossley (), are concerned with the areas - then known as lordships - of.

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