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Young papers

Young papers: a small group of family papers (mainly probate and related documents) concerning the Scholefields of Keighley and the Cawoods of Keighley, Worsley (Lancs.) and Sheffield.

Administration

Records relating to the general administration of Trust business, including some financial records 1946-2005, information on membership records 1975-1983, an extensive series of press cuttings 1960-2010 and information on site acquisitions 1987-19...

Administration of York Province

The Church of England is divided into two provinces, Canterbury and York, each under an Archbishop who has personal authority and jurisdiction as the metropolitan bishop (ie the bishop over a group of sees or dioceses) and is styled ‘primate’ (or ...

Church of England, Diocese of York

Archiepiscopal Courts

From medieval times to the mid nineteenth centuries the church courts had a wide jurisdiction, and heard cases including defamation, matrimony, tithe, probate, church rights and breach of faith by clergy. At first there was only one central York c...

Church of England, Diocese of York

Rural Deaneries

Archdeaconries are divided into smaller units called rural deaneries (more often called deaneries, or area deaneries, today, as many are not ‘rural’). Every parish in the diocese is within a deanery and looking after the deanery is the rural dean....

Church of England, Diocese of York

Probate

The records in this section represent the probate material that was passed to the District Probate Registry in York when probate became a civil matter in 1858. The transfer of material took place in 1886 – some years after the Diocesan courts ceas...

Church of England, Diocese of York

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