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vacant by the death of Peter de Walton (Torre's MS.).

c. 1490 THOMAS SUTTON, canon of the collegiate Church of St.
John the Baptist, Chester, 26 October, 1458, which
he resigned 1489. Died about 1492 ; buried in the
chancel (Ormerod's Cheshire, 2nd ed., i, 310 ; Brass in
chancel).

1524 MELTON. In the return made to Cardinal Wolsey by
Thomas Dalby, archdeacon of Richmond, 24 January,
1524-5, it is mentioned that Mr. Melton is Rector of
Tanfield, the clear value of which is 10 yearly (T. R.
Miscell. Books, Henry VIII, Rec. Off., London).

1535 JOHN TUNSTALL was rector of Tanfield when the Valor
Ecclesiasticus was compiled, 1535, the net value of the
rectory being 13 os. yi. In 1539 he held also the
living of Haughton-le-Skerne, in the bishopric of Dur-
ham, and he was under suspicion of opposing the
destruction of the monasteries and of corresponding
with that party which held the doctrine of tran-
substantiation. John Uvedale wrote to Cromwell
on 27 December, 1539, that he went to Parson Tunstall's
parsonage at Tanefield in accordance with instructions
from the Lord President, and found him shooting amongst
the most honest persons of the parish. He showed him
the king's pleasure, which he was very obedient to follow,
alleging that no one could be more true to his prince
than he. He opened all his coffers and showed all
his writings, leaving his keys. He was then disguised
and conveyed to London on horseback and under escort,
as Cromwell had devised. No money was found on his
person but 13 groats, threepence, and an angel. Will
make an inventory of his goods to-morrow, and then ride
on to Awclande and his benefice at Haughton, and make
further search. Sends up some letters and other
writings. Dated at Tanefield, St. John's Day, 5 p.m.,



Saint Nicholas, West Tan field. 205

" by your oldest disciple." One Cray deposed that
Parson Tunstall, who had lately come from London, told
him that an honest man, Dr. Wattes, who preached much
against heresy, had been called before my Lord of Canter-
bury, and that Wattes had appealed to the king.
Christopher Chaitour also speaks of having conversed
with Parson John Tunstall touching the heresies of
Wattes, and says he saw a protestation made by the
Bishop of Durham, concerning the Bishop of Rome's
authority, and the divorce between the king's highness
and the lady dowager. Robert [Holgate], bishop of
Llandaff, transmits to Cromwell an inventory of the
chattels of Parson Tunstall, "with such other writings
as were found in his coffer within his chamber at
Awklande," to little effect, York, 5 January, 1539-40.
The examination of John Tunstall, parson of Tanfylde
and Haughton, took place in London on 6 January.
He deposes that on All Hallow's Day or Eve last, Dr.
Helyarde showed him in the Bishop of Durham's
house in London, that one Friar Wattes was in ward
for preaching, and that the Master of the Rolls and
two others had offered to be surety for his forth-
coming, if it were not a case of treason. But the
archbishop [Cranmer] had replied that they need not
bind themselves, for the prisoner should be so ordered
as he (the archbishop) should have no cause to com-
plain. Further, says that Watts had read to great
audiences in London all last summer, and had con-
verted many from the new opinions. Asked what new
opinions ? says he thinks he meant about the Sacra-
ment. The deposition is signed in three places John
Tunstall 1 (Letters and Papers, Henry VIII, Vol. xiv).
John Tunstall was still rector of Tanfield at the visitations
of the archdeaconry in 1548 and 1554. John Richmond
was curate at both dates (Yorks. Arch. Journal, xiv, 406 ;
Chester Dioc. Rec.}.

Cf ^o RALPH TUNSTALL, resigned the benefice in 1582. (Chester
Dioc. Rec.}

1 Anne of Cleeves had declared that i539-;4 the very day of Tunstall's

she would not come to England to marry examination, and she was divorced in

the King so long as one abbey was left July following,
standing. She married on 6 January,



206 Richmondshire Churches.

1582 THOMAS LISTER. Scholar New College, Oxford, 1569 ; B.A.,
1574 ; M.A., 1576. Instituted 6 May, 1582, on the
resignation of Ralph Tunstall. Resigned 1601 (Chester
Dioc. Rec.; Yorks. Arch. Journal, xiv, 406^.).

1601 HENRY DARNTON, who had previously held the living of
Goldsborough, was instituted to this rectory on the
presentation of Lord Burghley, 8 June, 1601 (Ibid.).

1657 RICHARD DARNTON was "parson of Tanfield " i2th October,
1657, when Mary, his wife, was buried. He died in Feb-
ruary, 1664, and was buried on the i6th of that month.
His son, John Darn ton, minister, was ejected from Bedling-
ton, in Northumberland, 1662, and preached at Tanfield
for some years ; and, according to Baxter's Life and
Times, "did good in that dark place." But he was never
rector. He died here 9 July, 1680 (Par. Registers).

1664 THOMAS BROCKHALL. Born at Richmond, son of John
Brockhall or Brockill, glover there. Entered at St.
John's College, Cambs., 13 June, 1635, aged 17. Master
of Richmond School in 1642 and 1645. Vicar of Hornby
1650 ; rector here in 1664, buried 13 April, 1669.
Susanna, his wife, was buried 15 April, 1666 (Ibid.).

1669 JOHN LITTLETON, rector, a native of Shropshire, admitted
at Charterhouse 12 July, 1639, on the nomination
of Edward Littleton, Solicitor-General, who was a
Governor. Entered at St. Peter's College, Cambridge,
24 June, 1648, being then sixteen years of age ;
graduated B.A., 1651 ; M.A. 1655. Prebend of the 5th
stall at Ripon Cathedral 1661. Inducted to the rectory of
Tanfield ist May, 1669. Buried 21 January, 1680-1.
Inventory at Richmond 24th January, 1680-1 ; adminis-
tration granted to Frances Littleton, widow. The effects
are worth 30 125. 8d. only. John Pearson was assistant-
curate from 1664 till his death in February, 1673 (Mem.
Ripon, ii, 314 ; Par. Reg.).

1681 JOHN WELLS, rector. Matriculated St. John's College, Cambs.,
18 June, 1667, set. 18 ; B.A., 1670 (Ibid.).

1682 SHABRACK COOKE, rector. Of Christ's College, Cambs.; B.A.,
1674 ; M.A., 1678. Went abroad with the Earl of
Ailesbury on account of his connection with the Rye
House Plot,



Saint Nicholas, West Tanfield. 207



1696 JOHN PLACE, rector. Of Magdalen College, Cambs.; B.A.,
1671 ; M.A., 1675. Previously parson of Patrick Brompton,
1673-1696 ; and of Well, 1683-1704. Buried 12 Decem-
ber, 1704 (Par. Reg.).

1704 SIMON HUTCHINSON, rector, son of James Hutchinson,
town clerk of Richmond ; at Richmond School, 1660-7.
Chaplain to the Countess of Purbeck. Died 10 March,
1725-6, aged 76 (Ibid.; Whit. Richm., ii, 176).

1726 JOHN MORE, since 1720 curate of the parish, inducted to
the rectory in March 1726. Died IQ September, 1743,
aged 77 (Ibid.; Ibid.).

1743 JOHN GREY, died 19 July, 1774, aged 70, having been
thirty years rector of the parish. " A pattern of extensive
benevolence, unaffected piety and pastoral zeal ; superior
to pain and infirmity" (Ibid.; M.I.).

1774 CHARLES FRANCIS, rector, preferred to Wath, October, 1780,
which he resigned in 1788. If we may judge from an
inscription which he caused to be put upon the flagon in
1783, Sacro Sanctae Eucharistiae, etc., he was one of those
who kept alive the Laudian theology of the English
Church in the eighteenth century 1 (Par. Reg.)

1780 JONATHAN LIPYEATT, rector. Fellow of St. John's College,
Cambs.; B.A., 1771 ; M.A., 1774 ; B.D., 1781. Inducted
29 October, 1780. Preferred to Wath, 13 February,
1788. Died 1799 (Ibid.).

1788 CHARLES BARBOR, rector. Of St. John's College, Cambs.;
B.A., 1785. Instituted 13 February, 1788 ; buried 20
September, 1800 (Par. Reg.).

1800 WILLIAM BAINES, rector. Of Trinity College, Cambs.;
B.A., 1798. Died 21 March, 1826 ; buried at Well 28th
of the same month (Ibid.).

1826 JAMES HALL, previously domestic chaplain to the Earl
of Ailesbury, and vicar of Great Bedwin, Wiltshire (1822) ;
instituted to Tanfield, August, 1826 ; died 31 March,
1873, in his seventy-sixth year. Buried at Great Bedwin,
Wilts.

1 The Laudian school is said to have Laudian divines on the other side. Bishop

died in 1854 when old Dr. Routh, the Wilson of Sodor and Man (who died the

president of Magdalen, Oxford, died at year after Routh was born) is another

the age of 100, after having formed a link link. It is interesting to meet with an

with Pusey, Newman, Keble, and the indication like this 'sacro sanctae eucna-

Tractarians generally; and with the ristis' at that period.



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Richmondshire Churches.



1873 FRANCIS EARLE, rector. Med. Bac., T.C.D. Previously, since
1855, curate of Whorlton-in-Cleveland. Instituted here
4 July, 1873. Rural Dean of East Catterick, 1877-91.
Died 2 August, 1905.

IO/O e| GEORGE PERCY HOWARD FROST, rector, instituted
20 December, 1905.






DETAILS FORMERLY AT TANFIELD.



PEDIGREE SHOWING DESCENT OF THE MANORS OF
TANFIELD AND WAIH.



HUGH, son of Gernegan,=
f. 1140



GERNEGAN, son of
d. 2 John (1200)



I>E MANFIELU, = NIC. BORLES,
had the manor of F.asby 2nd husband

I, = ROSAMUNDK 'sa ferae'



ROBERT MARMION,=AVICE,
d. 50 Hen. Ill (1266) m. 1215, d. 1287



WILLIAM NfARMION,=LORKTTA, dau. and heir
d. 27 July, 1275 I of Roesia de Dovor



JOHN MARMION, 1281, summoned =
to Parliament 1297, d. 1322



JOHN MARMION, summoned 1326-1 335, = MAUD, dau. of John,



d. 30 April, 1335



Lord Furnival, d. about 1360



ROBERT, KATHKRINE FIT/ALAN=JOHN GREY of Rotherfield,=^AvicE,



d.s.p. c. 1336



A < '359



living 1371



JOHN MARMION, = ELIZABETH ST. QUINTIN LORA ST. QUINTIN, = ROBERT GREY
d. in Spain, 1387 d. 1369



ELIZABETH MARMION, =Sir HENRY FrrzHuGH,



d. 6 Hen. VI (1427)



d. n January, 1424-5



WILLIAM FiTzHuGH, = MARGERY, dau. of William,
d. 31 Hen. VI (1452) Lord Willoughby d'Eresby



HENRY FrrzHuGH,=AucE, dau. of Richard



d. 12 Edw. IV (1472)



Neville, Earl of Salisbury



I" I

RICHARD, = ELIZAB. BURGH SIR WM. PARR=ELIZABETH FiTzHuGH
d. 1509 J

GEORGE, d.s p. 1513 SIR THOMAS PARR, = MAUD, dau. and co-heir of



had livery, 1513



Sir Thomas Greene



WILLIAM PARR, Marquess of Northampton, KATHERINE PARR,

attainted 1553, d.s.p. 1571 - ueen of Henry VIII



It may very naturally excite comment that a work on Richmond-
shire churches should not include a chapter devoted to the church
of St. Gregory, Bedale, certainly one of the most instructive,
as it is the largest ecclesiastical edifice in Richmondshire. The
reason is that the writer recently published a full architectural
and historical description of that most interesting fabric. 1
The same remark applies to the church of St. Mary, at Masham,
which was dealt with by the author in Volume XX of the
Yorkshire Archaeological Journal. Mr. McCall had occasion,
however, to make new plans of these two churches for use
in some architectural lectures which he delivered in 1908
and 1909 ; and as these plans have not been published, it
is thought that their inclusion here may give a little additional
interest to the volume.

1 The Early History of Bedale. 4to. 1907. Elliot Stock.



To face page 210.



PLATE LVI.




To face page 210.



PLATE LVII.



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INDEX.



Abbeys, destruction of, 204,

Ackworth, 10, 15

Acrig, Rev. John, 183

Adel Church, 159

Ailesbury, Earl of, 146, 154, 156,

206, 207
Ainderby, Ralph of, 133 ; Myers,

48 ; Steeple, chancel of, 4, 113 ;

font at, 10 ; parson of, i$n ;

woodwork at, 8
Aislaby, manor of, 183
Aisles on north side of churches, 106,

126

Akarius, son of Bardulf , 105
Alan, constab. of Richmond Castle,

130- 131

Alan, Earl, see Richmond
Alderson, Rev. Geo., 61 ; Rev.

Jonathan, 61 ; Rev. Wm., 61
Allanson, Rev. Cuthbert, 142, 155,

156 ; Rev. Geo., 156 ; John, 155 ;

Mary, 156 ; Rebecca, 155
Allcroft, A. Hadrian, 187
Allen, Cuthbert, 60
Allerthorpe, 8, 9, 12, 15, 54, 90, 101 ;

chapel at, 12
Almeries, see Aumbreys
Almshouses, 8, 15, 34, 154
Alnwick, 90
Alrewas, church of , 178
' Altarage,' meaning of, 97??
Alwent, John, clerk, 181
Ampleforth Church, 106
Anchorite, 87 ; see Recluse
Anderson, John, 16 ; Rev. Richd.,

16

' Angel-lights/ meaning of, iggn
Anglian art, 18, 158, 187
Anglo-Norman tradition in building,

44, 64, 123
Angre, Alex, de, 179
Anthony, Rev. Chas., 29, 31, 34
Antiquaries, Society of, 27
Appleby, 151 ; John, priest, 140,

141, 146, 147, 148, 151
Apsidal east end, 138
Arches, John, Dean of, 12



Argentat, France, 185

Armour described, 25, 27, 49-51, 54,
85, 87, 88, 91, 130, 145, 192, 193'
194, 195, 203

Arms of families, see Bland, Boteler,
Bowes, Boynton, Burgh, Cler-
vaux, Clifford, Colville, Constable,
Conyers, Courtenay, Dacre, Dai-
ton, Darcy, De la Pole, le Des-
pencer, Elgin, Fitzhugh, Fitz
Randolph, Fitz waiter, Francis,
Fulthorpe, Glanville, Grey, Grey-
stock, Harrison, Lascelles, Low-
trier, Lucy, Marmion, Montacute,
Monthermer, Mortimer, Morvile,
Mountford, Mowbray, Musters,
Neville, Northumberland, Pen-
ton, Peverell, Pickering, Powlett,
Roberts, Robinson, Ros, Scrope,
St. Quintin, Stafford, Sutton,
Tiptoft, Urswick, Vaux, Wandes-
ford, Warren

Armyn, Wm., priest, 147

Arnald, Helyas son of, 118 ; Roger
son of, 118

Arton, Thos., 2Oiw

Arundel, Archdn. John, xxii, xxiv

Arundel, Thos., Archbp., 2, 118

Ascham, John, 72 ; Roger, 72

Asheton, Rev. Robt., 103

Aske, arms of, 23 ; Conan, 49 ;
Elizab., 49; Kath., 23, 26;
Roger, 23, 26

Askham, 107

Askwith, Geo., clerk, 121

Asmunderby, 152

Assault, 17, 72, I02M, 119, 149, 150,
178, 180

Aston Flamvyll Church ,121

Atkinson, Richd., 59 ; Wm., 116

Auckland, 75, 204

Aumbreys or Almeries, 79, 84, 140,

M3. 17

Auserre, Bishop of, xxiv
Avignon, 120
Avranche, Bishop of, xxiii
Awbrey, John, 127
Aykrig, Peter, 54
Aysgarth, vicar of , i$n



212



Index.



Bacon, Archdn. John, xxiv ; Fran-
cis, of York, 155

Baguley, Emma, 154 ; Rev. Geo.,
154 ; Rev. Hugh, 154 ; Jane, 154

Baines, Rev. John, 122 ; Rev. Wm.,
207

Bakewell Church, 51 n

Balderby, Hugh son of Wigan of,

133

Bangor, Bishop of, 77
Banker marks, 44, 67, 163
Barbor, Rev. Chas., 207
Bardolf, Wm., Lord, 51^
Bardulf, 105
Barfreston, Kent, 45
Barholme, Lines., 63
Barnard Castle, siege of, 92
Barningham, 181 ; church of St.

Michael, 147 ; parson of, 13^ ;

Richard de, 147, 148 ; Kath. and

Treophanie, .wives of, 147
Barret, Richd. de Qwynton, 152, 202
Bartholmey, co. Chester, 15
Bartholomew the Archdeacon , xxiii
Basker, John, 134
Bateman, Walter, clerk, u
Batie, David, 28 ; Eleanor, 28 ;

Wm., 29
Beamsley, 14
Beane, Thos., clerk, 122
Beauchamp, John, 131
Becket, Rev. Thos., 76
Beckwith, Chris., 14, 55
Bedale, 19, 41, 57, 105, 123 ; church,

80, 106, 108, 187, 192 ; advowson

of, 153 ; capital at, 108 ; plan of,

210 ; rector of, i$n, 15, 154, 180 ;

tower of , 6, 22, 42??, 114
Bedale, Robert, 32
Bede, 30
Bedlington, 206

Bedwin, Great, 157, 207 ; Little, 156
Beeford, parish of, 75
Bek, Bishop, 162*1
Bellerby, Henry de, 179 ; John, 202
Bellingham, Grace, 28
Bells, Church, 10, n, 57, 69, 83,

114-116, 129, 142, 165, 185, 200;

Pre-Reformation, n, 57, 115, 165
Belnerge, John, 120
Bendlowes, Philip, 93
Benedictine monks, 30
Bennett, Rev. Wm., 183
Benson, Rev. Wm., 136
Best, Chris., 15, 143 ; Geo., 143
Bethell, Bishop Chris., 77 ; Rev.

Richd., 77 ; of Rise, 77
Beverley Minster, 45



Bewick, Thos., 200

Billingham Church, 105, 183

Binsoe, 202

Blackwell, 181

Bland, of Stretford, arms of, 92 ;

Alison, g2n ; Thos. le, 92^
Blindness, 72, 73
Blyth, Archdn. John, xxiv ; Priory

Church, 127
Bodin, 105
Boeles, Nich., 209
Bolton Castle, 166, 177 ; chapel in,

177 ; impropriation of, xx ; -on-

Swale, 176 ; chapel at, 30, 31 ;

separation from Catterick, 33 ;

Duke of, 176, 185 ; John, 13 ;

Lord, 159)4, 168, 17272, 175, 18212,

185, 186

Bond, Francis, xv, 4, 175
Booth, Archdn. John, xxii, xxiv ;

Archdn. Lawrence, xxii, xxiv
Boroughbridge, deanery of, xxi
Boston, 14

Boteler of Wem, arms of, 170
Boultbee, Rev, Henry Travis, 61 ;

Mrs., 44, 58
Bowden, vicar of, 122
Bowes, 181 ; of Streatlam, arms of,

88 ; Elizab., 90 ; Sir Geo., 90, 92
Bowet, Archdn. Henry, xxii, xxiv,

152

Boynton, arms of , 5 ; family of, $n
Braithwaite, Richd., 28, 31, 34*7
Brancepeth, co. Durham, 143
Brand, Martha, 156; Canon Thos.,

146, 156 ; Wm., 156
Brandisby, of Crayke, 75 ; John,

D.D., 75 ; Richd., 75
Brandsburton Church, 197*7
Brantingham, vicar of, 119, 120
Brasses, Monumental, 9, 10, 26-28,

53-55. 69, 87, 116, 145, 146, 154,

170-172, 198

Breckenborough, 12 ; chapel at, 70
Bredon, co. Worces. , 101
Breton, John, 151
Brian, Alan son of, 137? ; Thos. son

of, i3

Briefs for collections, 29, 30
Brigenhall, parson of, 13^
Briggs, Rev. John, 136
Britford, near Salisbury, 138^
Brockhall, John, 60, 206 ; Susanna,

60, 206 ; Thos., 60, 206
Brompton-in-Pickering, 75
Brompton or Bryniston, Alex, de,

151

Brough, near Catterick, 22, 26, 28, 40
Brown, Prof. Baldwin, 42, 138*7 ;

Wm., F.S.A., xviii



Index.



213



Browne, Dr., Bishop of Bristol, 18

Bruce, Chas., Lord, 155 ; Hon. and
Rev. Geo., 155 ; Hon. Jas. and
Robt., 155 ; Robt., of Broomhall.
155; Thos., Lord, 155

Brunei esheved, Roger de, 118

Brussels, 35

Bryniston, see Brompton and Bur-
neston

Bubwith Church, 124 ; Nich., xxivw

Buketorp, Wm. de, 97

Bulmer, near Malton, rector of, 15

Burbache Church, 121

Burgh, arms of, 23, 24 ; family, 23 ;
of Hackforth, 48; Rev. Chris.,
153; Elizab., 23, 32, 209 ; Helen,
23, 27 ; Hugh, priest, 117, 118 ;
John, 18, 22, 23, 24, 26, 27, 37 ;
Kath., 18, 22, 23, 24, 26, 27, 37,
39, 40, 46 ; Matilda, 23, 24, 27 ;
Thos., 32, 49 ; Wm., 18, 22, 23,
24, 26, 27, 28, 32, 37, 39, 40

Burghley, Lord, 154, 206

Burneshead, co. Westmor., 28

Burneston, 123 ; almshouses at, 8 ;
Church, i 12, 55, 78, 89, 113, 114,
187 ; repairs to, 17 ; tower of,
4-6, 21, 22, 42M, 114; chancel
screen, 125; vicars of, 8, 9, n,
i3, 12-16, 32, 122, 151

Burnham, Essex, 36

Burton, John de, 96 ; Constable, 75

Busfield, Wm., 148

Bustian, meaning of, 56*1

Butler, see Boteler

Byam, Rev. Sam., D.D., 35

Bylancl, Abbot of , 118

By well Castle, 190



Calcutta, Bishop of, 156
Caldewell, Robt. de, 99
Calvert,.Mr. Secretary, 33
Calveton, John, 98 ; Peter, 98 ;

Walter de, 98
Cambridge Antiquarian Museum,

1 8 ; Christ's Coll., motto of, 196 ;

St. Mary the Great, 156 ; Trinity

Coll., 15, 35, 36, 122, 134, 136,

137. I 54. !57. l86 - 2 7
Cammell, see Coppyng
Carlisle, Bishop of, xx, xxiii, 169,

182

Carr, Rev. Edgar, 77
Carter, Chris., 69 ; Dorothy, 155 ;

Rev. John, 155 ; Isabel, 69
Carthorpe, 2, 201 ; John, 202



Cassoii, Sem, 134

Castlecomer, 91 ; Lord, 34, 88w, yo,
92, 94, 103

Catterick Church, xvii, 6, 7, 18-30,
42n, 60, 128, 195 ; advowson of,
31 ; contract for building, 37-40,
46 ; deanery of, xxi, 12, 16, 18,
208 ; vicar of, 13, 29, 30-36, 76,
102, 103

Cattle and Barber, 116

Cawdrey, Elizab., 15 ; Rev. Zach-
ary, 15

Cawode, Wm., 203

Cecil, Sir Wm., 33

' Certain,' meaning of, 96

Cestria, Alice de, 202 ; John de,
chaplain, 202

Chadwick, S. J., F.S.A., 32*2, 95;;,

IOOW

Chained book, 93
Chaitour, Chris., 205
Chailie, Rev. Peter, 185
Chamberlaine, Rev. Geo., 35
Chancels of uniform type, 3, 4, 64,

113. U4
' Chantry,' meaning of, 188 ;

chapels, n, 22, 23, 28, 47, 48, 55,

56, 58, 67, 68, 80, 84, in, 117,

119, 126, 127, 140, 143, 147, 166,

176, 184, 188, 189, 201, 203 ;

priests, 14, 55, 56, 70, 95, 117,

201, 202, 203
Chapman, Rev. John, B.D., 154 ;

Rev. Rich. Henry, 77 ; Wm., 14
Chaworth, Berks., 60
Chaytor, Rev. Henry, 35 ; Henry of

Croft, 35 ; Rev. Ralph, 184
Chellaston Quarries, 194
Chelsea, rector of, 156
Chemilleio, Archdn. Wm., xxiii, 149
Cherleton, Archdn. Humphrey, xxii,

xxiv
Chester, Bishop of, xx, xxi, xxiv, 76,

118, 134, 136 ; Archdn. of, xxiv ;

Coll. Church of, 199, 204 ; Dioc.

Registry, xxii ; West, 198
Chichester, Bishop of, xxiv
Chisledon, vicar of, 76
Christian, John, 33
Churchwardens' accounts, 58 ; Obli-
gations of, 17
Cistercian Order, the, 44
Civil War, the, 28, 134
Clapham, impropriation of, xx ;

Robt., 8

Clare, Bogo de, 135
Clark, E. T., F.S.A., xv
Clarkson, Mr., minr., iO2
Clayton, Rev. Jas., 184, 185 ; Rev.

John, 165, 185



214



Index.



Clederow, John, clerk, 182 ; Richcl.,
clerk, 182

Clervaux, arms of, 24, 26 ; John de,
26

Cleveland, Archdn. of, 33 ; Duchess
of, 1 6

Cliburn, Edm., 28

Clifford, arms of, 193

Clynt, Wm., 121

Cockon, Wm., 74

Coke, John, 135

Colburn,-22

Cold Coniston, 202

Coldon, John, 74

Collegiate Church, 177

Colleigan, Robt., 75

Collingwood, Rev. Robt., 34 ; Prof.
W. G., 158

Colman, Rev. John, 137, 155

Colville, arms of, 92 ; Isabell, 90,
92 ; Sir John, 90, gzn

Comber, Rev. Thos., 76, 93

Communion plate, see Vessels

Compurgation, trial by, 117

Comyn, Richd., 15

Conan the Archdeacon, xxiii

Constable, arms of, 73^ ; of Hal-
sham, 72 ; John le, 74, 75 ; Sir
Roger, 73M

Constance, Council of, 121

Contract for building Catterick
Church, 37-40 ; for south aisle of
Hornby, 62

Conyers, arms of, 5, 57, 92, 144 ; of
Cowton, Eleanor, 71 ; Richard,
71 ; of Hornby, Chris., 23, 27,
47- 52, 53, 54. 55. 7. *72 ; Ellen,
53 ; Henry, 59 ; Sir John, 19,
46, 47, 48, 52, 56, 62, 195 ; Margt.,
52 ; Margery, 48 ; Wm., 47 ;
D'arcy, 9, 55 ; Elizab., 9, 23, 27,
5 2 . 55. 9 2n ; John, Lord, 52 ;
Wm., Lord, 57 ; of Sockburn, 92;?

Cooke, Richd., 116 ; Rev. Shad-
rack, 206

Cooper, Rev. Wm., 77

Cootes, Jas., 136 ; John, 136 ;
Richd., 136

Copendale, Adam, TOO

Coppyng or Cammell, Robt., 121

Cornubia, John de, 31

' Corporax/ meaning of, 56;;

Corpus Christi, see Guild

Costabadie, Rev. Hy. Palliser, 185 ;
Rev. Hugh Palliser, 185 ; Rev.
Jacob, 185 ; Jean Jacques, 185

Cou, Peter, 59

Courtenay, arms of, 193

Couton, parson of, 13*2

Coverham, 31, 133



Coventry and Lichrield, xxiii, xxiv,

73. J 33

Crakehall, 6, 19, 46 ; John de, 150

Cranmer, Archbp., 205

Crayke, 75 ; Wm., clerk, 204

Crekeshaw, Nich. de, 179

Croft-on-Tees, rector of, 35 ; chan-
cel, 113 ; Geo. of Richmond, 36 ;
Rev. John, 36 ; Roger, 95

Crome, Roger, 203

Cromwell, Sir Oliver, 29 ; Richd.,
31 ; Thos., 153, 204, 205

Cumberland, Henry, Earl of, 169

Cundall, 122



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Dacre, arms of, 166, 170, 174 ;

badge of, 24*2 ; Lord, 167, 169 ;

Mabel, 167, 169, 170
Daggett, of Howe, 101 ; Rev. Robt.,

101
Dalby, Archdn. Thos., xxii, xxiv,

14, 120, 153, 182, 204
Dale, Colville of, 90
Dalton, arms of, 116; bellfounder,

York, 69 ; Rev. Jas., 29, 35 ;

John, H.E.I.C.S., 35 ; Laurence,

116 ; Robt. de, 151
Danby, Jas., 71 ; John de, 13, 32 ;

Margt., 71 ; Wiske, parson of,

i3, 119 ; woodwork at, 8
Danish, Anglo-, see Pre-Norman
Darcy, arms of, 22, 24, 58 ; of

Colburn, 22 ; John, M.P., 58 ;

Margt., 9, 55 ; Thos., 52, 203 ;

and Conyers, Lord, 9, 31, 48, 55 ;

and Menell Philip, Lord, 48
Darling, Rev. Andrew, 136
Darnton, Rev. Henry, 206 ; John,

minr., 206 ; Rev. Richd., 206
De la Pole, arms of, 164, 168 ;

Blanche, 164, 168, 169 ; Sir

Michael, 96 ; Sir Wm.; 164, 168,

169

Dennington Church, 51^
Dering, Rev. Heneage, 16
Derry, Dean of, 101
Despencer le, arms of, 193
Dialect, see English
Dispensations, Papal, see Indults
Distances, inaccurate conception of,

12

Dodgson, Rev. Chas., 77
Dodsworth, John, 54 ; Roger, 28,

48, 49, 60, i66n, 167
Domesday, not a survey of churches,

78
Donyngton, Thos., 153



Index.



215



Dovor, Loretta de, 209 ; Roesia de,

209

Downham, vicar of , 135
Drax, Richd., 13
Dress, mediaeval, of ladies, 27, 50,

5i, 52, 54. 8 5, 145. 192, 193, 196-

19? ; of men, 54, 91, 145 ; see

Armour and Vestments
Driffield, prebend of, xxivw
Drury, Rev. Wm. F., 61
Dugdale's Visitation, 8w, 9, 191
Dunham, prebend of, 75
Dunn, Rev. John, 136
Dunstanburgh Castle, 190
Dunwell, John, 16, 122 ; Mary, 16,

122
Durham, Bishop of, xxiii, xxiv, 30,

31, 57, 109, 1 80, 205 ; Castle, 109 ;

Cath., 124, 161 ; Dean of, 92, 93 ;

Galilee Chapel, 43, 109 ; St.

Margt., 125
Dykes, Rev. Oswald, 171, 172

183, 184



Eadberctus, 158

Eaden, Mrs. Sarah, 135

Earle, Rev. Francis, 200, 208

Earthworks, 187

Easby Abbey, 166, 170, 173, 176,
177

Easington, rector of, 102

Easingwold, xx ; parson of, 152

Easter sepulchres, 66, 67, ii3

East Witton, see Witton

Ecclesfield, 36

Effigies in stone, 25, 49-52, 67, 84,
85, 88, 90, 129-131, 132, 146, 192-
198 ; mottoes on, 51 w ; not
portraits, 197, 198 ; in glass, 24,
30, 56, 73, 199 ; in brass, see
Brasses

Eggleston Abbey, 135

Elias, parson of Pickhill, 133, 135

Elcock, Seth, M.A., 76

Elf ord, Staffs., 51^

Elgin, Earl of, 148, 154 ; arms of,


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