New Yorkshire Gazetteer (1828) page 3
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inhabitants, 699; a rectory, value
5s. 4d.; patron, in right of his
wife, W. G. Davy, Esq. Addle church
was built in the eleventh century, and
is one of the most perfect specimens
of the early style of Norman archi-
tecture in England. The beautifully
enriched circular arched entrance, on
the south side, is deservedly admired.
In the year 1702, the traces of a Roman
town were discovered in the adjacent
moor; with many fragments of urns
and pottery, and an aqueduct in stone.
The parish contains the towjaship of
Arthington. Entire population, 1028.

Addleborough Hill, N. R. (1)
a hamlet in the township of Bainbridge,
parish of Aysgarth, wapentake of Hang
West, 9 miles W. from Middleham.

Addlethorpe, W.R. (5) a hamlet
in the township and parish of Spof-
forth, wapentake of Claro,
2ยง miles
W. from Wetherby.

Adlingfleet, W. R. (9) a parish
and township in the wapentake of Os-
goldcross, 9 miles S. E. from How-
den; inhabitants, 256; a vicarage,
9l. 12s. lid.; patron, the King.
This village is situated near the junction
of the Trent with the Humber. The
parish contains the townships of Fock-
erby, Haldenby, and Eastoft. Entire
population, 431.

Admergill, W.R. (4) a hamlet
in the township of Brockden, parish of
Barnoldswick, wapentake of Staincliffe,
3 miles, S. from Gisburn.

Adwalton, W. R. (5) a hamlet
in the township of Drighlington, parish
of Birstall, wapentake of Morley,
6 miles
S. W. from Leeds. Here was formerly
a market on Thursdays, now disused;
fairs, February
6, March 9, Thursday
in Easter week, Thursday fortnight
after Easter, Whit Thursday, and every
Thursday fortnight after till Michael-
mas, for lean cattle, November 5, and
December 23. On Adwalton moor
battle was fought, in 1642, between the
Earl of Newcastle, who commanded
the royalist army, and Lord Fairfax
the parliamentary general; in which
the latter was defeated. The only cir-
cumstance likely to be remembered in
this affair is, that Lady, Fairfax, who
accompanied her husband, on horse-
back, was taken prisoner, but was
gallantly sent back by Newcastle, in
his own coach.

Adwick in the Street, W. R.
8) a parish and township in the wa-
pentake of Strafforth and Tickhill, 4
miles N. W. from Doncaster; inhabit-
ants, 346*; a vicarage, value 4/, 13s.
patron, J. Fullerton, Esq. Near the vil-
lage, is the Red House, an inn; and also
Woodlands, the seat of Mrs. Waterton.
The parish contains' the township of
Hampole with Stubbs. Entire popu-
lation, 486.

Adwick upon Dearn, W, R. (8)
a parish and township in the wapentake
of Strafforth and Tickhill,
6 miles N. E.
from Rotherham; inhabitants, 168;
a perpetual curacy; patron, EarlMan-
vers, to whom the entire place, except
one small freehold, belongs.

Agbrigg, W. R. (8) a hamlet in
the township and parish of Warm field,
wapentake of Agbrigg, 1 mile
S. E.
from Wakefield.

Agbrigg and Morley, W. R.
8) a wapentake in the West Riding;
bounded on the East by Osgoldcross,
on the South by Staincross and Che-
shire, on the West by Lancashire, and on
the North by Stain cliffe and Skyrack ;
the two divisions may be considered as
separate wapentakes. Agbrigg con-
tains one market town,
68 townships,
19 of which are parishes, 28,600
houses, 154,291 inhabitants. Morley
contains 4 market towns, 53 townships,
4 of which only are parishes, 35,509
houses, and 185,768 inhabitants. En-
tire population, 340,059.

Agden, W. R. (4) a hamlet in
the township of Bashalleves, parish
of Mitton, wapentake of Staincliffe,
10 miles S. W. from Gisburn.


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