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Peculiar Jurisdictions

A peculiar was a unit of ecclesiastical jurisdiction which was outside the normal scheme of jurisdiction in the diocese. The normal jurisdiction was by the bishop, as ‘ordinary’ (ie exercising the regular jurisdiction attached to his office), but ...

Church of England, Diocese of York

Yarburgh Muniments

  • YM
  • fonds
  • c 1312-1964

Family papers, comprising accounts, 1686-1810, including Thomas Yarburgh’s accounts as Receiver of Rents and Revenues for Queen Catherine of Braganza, 1690-1700, account books, 1682-1828, family deeds, 1570-1803, marriage settlements, 1634/5-1782,...

Yarburgh family of Heslington


Alice de Lascy, countess of Lincoln and Salisbury; John de Melburn, lately gentleman of the chamber to Thomas [of Lancaster], earl of Lancaster and Leicester, High Steward of England.Reversion of a place and messuage called Brydcroft in the parish...

Parish records of Selby

  • PR/SEL
  • fonds
  • 1315-2010

Includes register of christenings, 1579-1686, 1688-2002 (note this register uses the Dade registration scheme for the years 1777-1812); register of marriages, 1583-1645, 1653-1657, 1662-1716, 1721-1998; register of burials, 1581-1645 1650-1686, 16...

Church of England, Selby, St. Mary and St. Germain, parish

Parish records of York, St Michael, Spurriergate

  • PR/Y/MS
  • fonds
  • 1321-1994

Includes register of christenings, 1598-1763, 1773-1928 (note this register uses the Dade registration scheme for the years 1773-1812); register of marriages, 1598-1925, 1953-1964; register of burials, 1598-1763, 1773-1883 (note this register uses...

Church of England, York, St. Michael, Spurriergate, parish


William de Wyston of Pollington; Adam Carpentarius of the same and Matilda his wife.A toft in Pollington, with the toft of John de Heton and the Hall intakes to the east, and the toft of Sibylla de Metham to the west, between a common road to the ...


John de Castelford of Campsale; Robert son of William del Dam of Smetheton, and Amice his wife.1 messuage and 1 bovate at Askerne, lately belonging to Adam de Hathelseye of Smetheton.To be held for their lives, and thereafter to go to Robert, thei...


Receipt from Roger of Scardeclif, rector of Sessay, to mag. Marmaduke Darrell of Sessay and Robert de Crakenholm, chaplain, for £3. Monday in Easter week 1364.

Music Fragments

  • fonds
  • [14th century]-2003

22 sheets of The York Masses, c.1490-1520, with associated papers; bifolio from the Nesciens Mater, c.14th century-15th century, with photographs; single sheet of orthodox Gregorian chant, n.d, with photocopy; volume of manuscript music by Domenic...

Borthwick Institute for Archives, University of York


Francis Curson; Robert de Morton.Lands in Stainforth and Fishlake, to Morton for his life.Wit: Richard de Waterton, John de Barneburgh, John del Parke, Richard de Wormeley, John Forester of Woodhouse, Thomas Fournes.

Nesciens Mater bifolio

A single parchment bifolio (286mm x 197 mm) found in the binding of the consistory court act book no. 26, 1563/4-1564/5 (formerly AB 35); 1 set of photographs of the parchment.Folio 1 comprises the end of a late 14th century 'conductus,'...

Feoffment, for life

Francis Curson; Robert de Morton.All lands held by Curson in Hatfield, for the life of Morton.Wit: Richard de Watterton; John de Ganceburgh, John del Park', Richard de Wormeley, John Forster of Wodhous, Thomas Fourneys, and others.Seal.


Feast of St. Gregory, 1377.Richard de Snayth of Snaith, to Roger de Burgoyn of Balne.Messuage and 7 acres of land in Balne, formerly in tenure of Adam Dilke. To hold of Richard and heirs for ever, at rent of 2s. per annum plus appearances at the f...

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