New Yorkshire Gazetteer (1828) page 17
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495; a vicarage, value 9/. 12s. 6J.;    very large, but considerably defaced and

patron, John Gresham, Esq. This    injured, contains the ^portraits of the

place is seated on the east bank of the    parents of Sir Thomas, with himself

river Dunn, or Don, across which is the    and the rest of their progeny,

township of Thorpe in Balne. Entire    Barmer Lodge, N. R. (2) a ham-

population, 617.

Barmby on the Marsh, E. R.
8) a township in the parish of How-
miles S. W. from Howden, to
which it is a chapelry; inhabitants,
525. This place is seated near the
junction of the rivers Ouse and Der-
went, and is noted for its two mineral
springs, one a chalybeate and the other
of a sulphurous quality. Here is a
free grammar school for ten boys. The
sacking manufacture is carried on with

Barmby on the Moor, E. R.

(5) a parish and township in the divi-
sion of Wilton Beacon, 2 miles W.
from Pocklington ; inhabitants, 440 ;
a vicarage, value
5l. 6s. 8d.; patron,
the Dean and Chapter of York. This
place has an annual market on the
Thursday preceding St. Peter’s day;
and here is the excellent posting house,
known by thename of Barmby Moor Inn.

Barmborough, W. R. (8) a parish
and township in the wapentake of Straf-
forth and Tickhill,
6 miles W. from
Doncasterinhabitants, 466 ; a rec-
tory, value 23/.; patron, Southwell
College, in Nottinghamshire. In this
place, a rude painting in the church,
commemorates a fatal conflict between
a man and a wild cat, which began in
an adjacent wood, and terminated with
the death of both parties in the church
porch. Barmborough Grange is the
seat of F. Hawksworth, Esq.; and
Barmborough Hall is the residence of
Mrs. Griffith; but the property of T.
P. More, Esq., a descendant of the
illustrious Sir Thos. More, into whose
family it came by the marriage of his
son John with the heiress of Edward
Cresacre, Esq. In this mansion are
two paintings of the More family, said
to be originals of Holbein; one of them
let in the township of Hutton le Hole
and parish of Lastingham, wapentake
of Rydale, 4 miles N. from Kirkby

Barmston, E. R. (6) a parish and
township, in the wapentake of Holder-
6f miles S. W. from Bridlington ,
inhabitants, 205 ; a rectory, value 13/.
10%d.; patron, Sir Francis Boyn-
ton, Bart. This place is pleasantly
situated near tbe German Ocean. Here
is an alms-house for four poor people,*
founded by Sir Griffin Boynton, in
1726. The old hall, moated round,
once the residence of this family, is
now occupied as a farm-house.

Barnaby House, or Grange, N.
R. (
2) a hamlet in the township and
parish of Guisborough, wapentake of
2 miles W. from Guisbo-

Barnbow, W. R. (5) a hamlet in
the township and parish of Barwick in
Elmet, wapentake of Skyrack,
6 miles
E. from Leeds.

Barnby, East, N.R. (3) a town-
ship in the parish of Lythe, wapentake
of Langbarugh,
6 miles N. W. from
Whitby; inhabitants, 270.

Barnby, West, N. R. (3) a ham-
let in the preceding township.

Barnby, N. R. (5) a hamlet in the
township of Buttercrambe, parish of
Bossall, wapentake of Bulmer, 9 miles
N. E. from York.

Barnby Furnace and Barnby
W. R. (8) two small hamlets in
the township and parish of Cawthorne,
wapentake of Staincross, 3£ miles N.W.
from Barnsley.

Barnfield Smithy, W. R. (4) a
hamlet in the township and parish of
Low Bentham, wapentake of Ewcross,

4 miles S. from Ingleton.

Barnhill Hall, E.R. (5) a ham-



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