New Yorkshire Gazetteer (1828) page 65
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various townships of Angram Grange,
Birdforth, Byland, Newborough, Oul-
ston, Thornton, Wilden Grange, and
Yearsley. Entire population, 1447.

- Crabtree Hill, W. R. (8) a small
hamlet in the township of Brightside
Bierlow, parish of Sheffield, wapentake
of Strafforth and Tickhill, 2 miles N. E.
from Sheffield.

Crackpot, N. R. (1) a small ham-
let in the township and parish of Grin-
ton, wapentake of Gilling West, 5 miles
S. W. from Reeth. Here is a curious
cavern, at the bottom of which is a deep
water, issuing out of a rock. Crackpot
Hall, a farm-house, seated on a steep
hill, was formerly the residence of the
deer-keeper of the Duke of Wharton.

Cracoe, W. R. (4) a township in
the parish of Burnsall, wapentake of
6 miles N. from Skipton;
inhabitants, 179.

Cracow Hill, W.R. (4) a small
hamlet in the township of Gisburn
Forest, parish of Gisburn, wapentake
of Staincliffe,
8 miles S. from Settle.

Cragg, N.R. (1) a small hamlet
in the township of Lartington, parish
of Romaldkirk, wapentake of Gilling
West, 7 miles W. from Greta Bridge.

Cragg Hall, W.R. (5) a small
hamlet in the township and parish of
Fewston, wapentake of Claro, 7 miles
N. from Otley.

Cragg Hill, W. R. (5) a hamlet
in the township of Killinghall, parish
of Ripley, wapentake of Claro, 2 miles
S. W. from Ripley.

Cragg House, W. R. (4) a small
hamlet in the township of East Halton,
parish of Skipton, wapentake of Stain-
4 miles N. E. from Skipton.

Craike, (5) a parish and township,
part of the Bishopric of Durham, insu-
lated in the wapentake of Bulmer,
miles E. from Easingwold; inhabitants,
538; a rectory, value 10/.; patron, the
Bishop of Durham. Craike was given
by Egfrid, King of Northumberland, to
St. Cuthbert, in the year
685, which
explains its dependence on the see of
Durham. Here are the small remains
of an ancient castle, of uncertain, but
remote antiquity, now used as a farm-
house, commanding a delightful view
of the forest of Galtres.

Crake Hall, N. R. (5) a township
with Elmyre in the parish of Topcliffe,
wapentake of Birdforth,
6 miles N. W.
from Easingwold; inhabitants, 78.

Crake Hall, N.R. (2) a township
in the parish of Bedale, wapentake of
Hang East, 2 miles N. from Bedale ;
inhabitants, 550 ; a pleasant village, on
a green, on the sides of which are the
seats of Col. Pulleine and of James
Robson, Esq.

Cram be, N. R. (5) a parish and
township, in the •wapentake of Bulmer,
6 miles S.W. from Malton; inhabitants,
152; a vicarage, value 9/.
Is. Sd.; pa-
tron, the Archbishop of York. This
parish contains the townships of Barton
le Willows and Whitwell. Entire popu-
lation, 522.

Crane Green, W. R. (8) a hamlet
in the township of Thurgoland, parish
of Silkstone, wapentake of Staincross,
4 miles S.E. from Penistone.

Cranswick, E. R. (6) a hamlet in
the township and parish of Hutton
Cranswick, division of Bainton Beacon,
4 miles S. from Driffield.

Crathorne, N. R. (2) a parish
and township in the wapentake of Lang-
barugh, 4 miles S. from Yarm ; inha-
bitants, 350 ; a rectory, value 10/. 11$.
lOJfZ.; patron, Lord Viscount Cullen.
Here is the seat of G. T. Crathorne,
Esq., whose family has been resident
here from time immemorial.

Craven, W.R. (4) a district, chiefly
situated in the wapentake of Staincliffe,
between the rivers Ribble and Wharfe,
being a deanery, part of the Archdea-
conry of York; as an ecclesiastical
division, it does not usually appear in
maps : it is a country fertile in pas-
turage, and rich in landscape; it is
distinguished by some extraordinary


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