New Yorkshire Gazetteer (1828) page 244
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beyond the circle of the neighbourhood
in which it occurred,

Stainbury, W. R. (4) a hamlet in
the township of Haworth, parish of
Bradford, wapentake of Morley, 8 miles
W, from Bradford.

Standard Hill, N.H. (2). See

Standbridge, W. R, (8) a hamlet
In the township and parish of Sandal
Magna, wapentake of Agbrigg, 3 miles
S. from Wakefield.

Stanghowe, N. R. (2) a township
in the parish of Skelton, wapentake of
Langbarugh, 4 miles E. from Guis-
borough; inhabitants, 91. This vil-
lage, pleasantly seated on an eminence,
commands some very pleasing and ex-
tensive prospects.

Staningholme, E.R. (6) a ham-
let in the township and parish of Wot-
ton, division of Bainton Beacon, 8 miles
S. E. from Driffield.

Stank Hall, N. R. (2) a small
hamlet in the township of Winton, pa-
rish of Sigston, wapentake of Aller-
tonshire, 2§ miles E. from Northaller-
ton, This was anciently the seat of
the Lascelles, ancestors of the Earl of

Stank House, W, R. (5) a small
hamlet in the township and parish of
Barwick in Elmet, wapentake of Sky-
rack, 3 miles S.W. from Abberford,
Stank House. W. R. (4) a ham-
let in the township of Bolton Abbey,
parish of Skipton, wapentake of Stain-
cliffe, 6 miles E. from Skipton.

Stanley, W. R. (8) a township
with Wrenthorpe, in the parish of
Wakefield, wapentake of Agbrigg, If
mile N.E. from Wakefield; inhabi-
tants, 4620; here is a chapel
of ease
to Wakefield. In this township, are
Hatfield Hall, anciently called Wood
Hall, the seat
of Francis Maude, Esq.}
Moor House, the seat
of John Maude,
Esq., and Stanley Hall, the seat
of Mrs.
Tempest. There is no assemblage
houses called Stanley, the chief part of
the population of the township living at

Wrenthorpe. A place here, called Pin-
der’s Field, commemorates the import-
ant event, where all on the Green, Robin
Hood, Little John, and Scarlet, fought
the pinder, or pound-keeper, of Wake-

Stanningley, W. R. (5) a ham-
let in the townships of Bramley, Pud-
gey, and Farsley, parishes of Calverley
and Leeds, wapentake of Agbrigg, 5
miles W. from Leeds.

Stannington, W. R. (8) a hamlet
in the township of Bradfield, parish
of Ecclesfield, wapentake of Strafforth
and Tickhill, 4 miles W. from Sheffield.
This is an extensive tract of high ground
between the rivers Loxlev and Kivelin,
and it contains several scattered houses.

Stansfield, W. R, (7) a township
in the parish of Halifax, wapentake of
Morley, 12 miles W. from Halifax;
inhabitants, 7275. Stansfield is a dis-
trict which stretches six miles on the
north bank of the Calder, and contains
Under Bank, the seat of James Raw-
den, Esq., and Stansfield Hall, the
seat of John Sutcliffe, Esq. Here are
also many supposed druidical remains,
consisting of several rude stones or
pillars scattered about in various di-

Stansill, W.R. (8) a township
with Wellingley and Wilsick, in the
parish of Tickhill, wapentake of Straf-
forth and Tickhill, 2 miles N. from
Tickhill; inhabitants, 54.

Stan wick, St.John, N.R. (2) a
parish and township in the wapentake
of Gilling West, 9 miles N, from Cat-
terick ; inhabitants, 59 ; a vicarage,
6l. 13«. Ad.; patron, John Whar-
ton, Esq. Here are the remains of some
extensive entrenchments, supposed to
be Roman. Stanwick Hall is the seat
of Lord Prudhoe; the park is well
wooded and stocked with deer. In the
church are two marble figures, to the
memory of Sir Hugh and Lady Smith-
son, to which family the manor be-
longed for several generations; their
descendant marrying the heiress of the


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