New Yorkshire Gazetteer (1828) page 132
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In the wapentake of Gilling West, 3
miles E. from Greta Bridge; inhabi-
tants, 248 ; a chapelry to Gilling. It
contains the township of West Layton.
Entire population, 317.

Hutton Lowcross, or Locras,
N. R. (2) a township in the parish of
Guisborough, wapentake of Langba-
rugh, 2 miles S.W. from Guisborough;
inhabitants, 56. In this village was
once a hospital for lepers ; some mu-
tilated arches, in a farm-house, yet
point out its site.

Hutton Mulgrave, N. R. (3) a
township in the parish of Lythe, wa-
pentake of Langbarugh, 6 miles W.
from Whitby ; inhabitants, 90.

Hutton Pagnell, W. R. (8).
See Hooton Pagnell.

Huttons Ambo, N. R. (5) a pa-
rish, containing the townships of High
and Low Hutton, upon Derwent, wa-
pentake of Bulmer, 3§ miles. S. W.
from Malton; inhabitants, 445 ; a
perpetual curacy; patron, the Arch-
bishop of York. Hutton Lodge is the
seat of General M‘Leod.

Hutton Sand, N. R. (2) a town-
ship in the parish of Thirsk, wapentake
of Birdforth, 3 miles W. from Thirsk;
a chapelry to Thirsk. In this village is
a public-house, called Busby Stoop,
from a person of that name having
been here hung in chains, 1702, for a
murder which he had committed.

Hutton Sand, N. R. (5) a town-
ship in the parish of Bossall, wapen-
take of Bulmer, 7 miles N. E. from
York; inhabitants, 202; a chapelry
to Bossall. Sand Hutton House is the
seat of the Rev. J. C. R. Read.

Hutton, Sheriff, ;N. R. (5) a
parish and township in the wapentake
of Bulmer, 10 miles N. from York;
inhabitants, 756; a vicarage, value
10/.; patron, the Archbishop of York.
In this village are the considerable ruins
of a castle, built by Bertrand de Bul-
mer, in the reign of King Stephen,
seated on an eminence, commanding
an extensive prospect. Sheriff Hutton
Park is the seat / f G. L. Thompson,
Esq. The parrs h. contains the town-
ships of Combo-rough, Farlington, Kil-
lings, and Stittenham. Entire popu-
lation, 1278.

Hutton Wansley, (5) a town-
ship in the parish of Long Marston,
in the Ainsty, 6 miles N. from Tadcas-
ter ; inhabitants, 125. Hutton Hall is
the seat of Mrs. Willoughby.


Ieorn, or Low Dale, N. R. (3) a
small hamlet in the township of Uggle-
barnby, parish of Whitby, wapentake
of Whitby Strand, 4 miles S. from

Ickles, W. R. (8) a hamlet in the
township of Brindsworth, parish of Ro-
therham, wapentake of Strafforth and
Tickhill, 1 mile
S. from Rotherham.

Idle, W. R. (4) a township in the
parish of Calverley, wapentake of Mor-
ley, 3§ miles N. from Bradford ; in-
habitants, 4666 ; a chapelry to Calver-
ley. This populous township partakes
of the industry and prosperity of the
neighbouring town of Bradford, and
abounds in various establishments of
the woollen manufacture. Here is
Park Lodge, the seat of William Hep-
worth, Esq-

Ilkley, W. R. (4) a parish and
township in the wapentake of Skyrack,
6 miles N. E. from Keighley ; inhabi-
tants, 496; a vicarage, value 7/. 13s.
patron, L. W. Hartley,’Esq. Here is
a free grammar school, endowed in
1601. This ancient village is known
to antiquaries as the Olicana of the
Romans ; the outline of a Roman forti-
fication, situated on a lofty bank, to the
south of the river Wharfe, is still very
entire; an altar, inscribed to Verbeia,
probably the tutelary nymph or goddess
of the Wharfe, is still preserved at Mid-
dleton Lodge, though the inscription is
no longer legible. In the church is the
tomb of Sir Adam de Middleton, of the


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