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Reference WYL826
Covering dates 1593-1939
Held by West Yorkshire Archive Service, Leeds
Extent 407 Files
Creators Ingilby family of Lawkland, West Riding of Yorkshire

Administrative history:
The Ingilbys of Lawkland were a cadet branch of the Ingilbys of Ripley. John Ingilby of Acomb Grange who purchased Lawkland from Peter Yorke was the third son of William Ingilby of Ripley, Esq., and a younger brother of Sir William Ingilby, treasurer of Berwick. He married Anne, daughter of William Clapham of Beamsley.
Until soon after 1745 the Ingilbys of Lawkland were strong Catholic recusants. One of them, Charles Ingilby of Austwick, a barrister, was legal adviser to many Catholic families. At their property at Hutton Rudby in the North Riding (see no. 164) the religious community founded by Mary Ward spent a short time before moving to Heworth.

Contents:
Title Deeds
Austwick WYL826/1 - 76
Clapham WYL826/77 - 89
Lawkland WYL826/90 - 114
Various Townships (Yorkshire) WYL826/115 - 127
Coxhoe (Co. Durham) WYL826/128
Miscellaneous and Unidentified WYL826/129 - 134
Manorial WYL826/135 - 139
Estate Records
Accounts WYL826/140 - 145
Correspondence WYL826/146 - 148
Leases and Tenancy Agreements WYL826/149 - 163
Survey WYL826/164
Maps WYL826/165 - 166
Enclosure WYL826/167 - 169
Minerals WYL826/170 - 173
Wood WYL826/174
Family Records
Wills and Executorship Papers (Ingilby and Related Families) WYL826/175 - 207
Executorship Papers (Other Families) WYL826/208 - 214
Personal Accounts WYL826/215 - 218
Correspondence WYL826/219 - 227
Miscellaneous WYL826/228 - 229
Legal Papers WYL826/230 - 238
Christopher Ingleby, Solicitor WYL826/239 - 251
Schools and Charities WYL826/252 - 258
Brown Family Records
Estate Papers WYL826/259 - 260
Wills WYL826/261 - 264
Correspondence WYL826/265 - 334
Executorship of Rev. James Brown WYL826/335 - 359
Recipes WYL826/360 - 372
Miscellaneous WYL826/373 - 374
Literary and Antiquarian WYL826/375 - 378
Miscellaneous Wills WYL826/379 - 382
Miscellaneous WYL826/383 - 384
Additional (Court books) WYL826/385 - 387
Additional (deeds) WYL826/388 - 407



TITLE DEEDS  [no ref. or date]

AUSTWICK  [no ref. or date]

Bargain and sale  WYL826/1  8 May 1627

Contents:
From Christopher Nicholson of Old Eldroth, bachelor, to Richard Hargraves of Lanshaw, yeoman, of estate, right, title etc., in 2 closes near the river called Ketlesbeck called the Holmes or Ketlesbeck Holmes and the Hill and 3 closes next the river called Yeadon Closes in Austwick

Bargain and sale  WYL826/2  30 May 1657

Contents:
From James Marser of Austwick, husbandman, to Charles Ingilby, youngest son of Mary Ingilby of Lawkland Hall, widow of John Ingilby, in consideration of money paid by Mary of all estate, right, title etc., in pasture in Austwick in a place called Orcaber belonging to 13s. 4d. ancient rent
Endorsed is surrender in Austwick manor court
2 Dec. 1659

Bargain and sale  WYL826/3  11 May 1666

Contents:
From John Knipe of Austwick, yeoman, Richard Metcalfe of the Cosh in the parish of Arncliffe, yeoman, Lancelot Metcalfe of Austwick, yeoman and Agnes now his wife to Mary Ingleby of Lawkland Hall, widow of John Ingleby deceased of a close in Austwick called Grimes Ing. Attached is bond for performance
Endorsed is surrender in Austwick manor court
14 May 1666

Settlement by bargain and sale  WYL826/4  4 May 1667

Contents:
From Mary Inglebie relict of John Inglebie late of Lawkland, esq., to Charles Inglebie her son of Gray's Inn, gent., of her estate in a close purchased from John Knipe, Richard Metcalfe, Lancelot Metcalfe and Agnes his wife and called Grymes Ing and assignment of a parcel in Slaindale bought from Christopher Place, clerk, for the remainder of a term of 2,000 years, Charles to enter these premises after Mary's death
Endorsed is admittance in Austwick manor court
12 Dec. 1667
Attached is Christopher Place's bond to Mary Inglebie for performance of covenants
29 Dec. 1666

Lease  WYL826/5  10 Nov 1671

Contents:
From John Downeham the younger of Austwick, husbandman, to William Knipe of Austwick, cordwainer, of a parcel of ground in the town-fields of Austwick at a place called Tarriecroft for 1500 years. Attached is Downeham's bond for performance

Bargain and sale  WYL826/6  10 Nov 1671

Contents:
From John Downeham the younger of Austwick, husbandman, to William Knipe of Austwick, cordwainer, of all his right, title etc., in 3 parcels of arable in the Holme in Austwick. Attached is Downeham's bond for performance
Endorsed is admittance in Austwick manor court
27 May 1674

Bargain and sale  WYL826/7  15 Feb 1675

Contents:
From Robert Johnson the younger of Austwick, husbandman, to William Knipe of Austwick, husbandman of all interest, title of tenantright etc., in a parcel of arable in a place called Holme in Austwick
Endorsed is surrender in Austwick manor court
5 May 1675

Bargain and sale  WYL826/8  5 Jan 1680

Contents:
From William Battersby of Greenclose in the parish of Clapham, yeoman, to William Knipe of Austwick, shoemaker, of all his title, interest, etc., in a parcel of arable within the townfields of Austwick in a place called Holme
Endorsed is surrender in Austwick manor court
12 May 1684

Bargain and sale  WYL826/9  7 Mar 1683

Contents:
From Thomas Remington the younger of Wharfe, husbandman to William Knipe of Austwick, shoemaker, of all right, title, etc., in a parcel of arable in the townfields of Austwick in a place called Holme. Attached is Remington's bond for performance
Endorsed is surrender in Austwick manor court
18 May 1683

Grant  WYL826/10  18 Dec 1686

Contents:
By William Knipe of Austwick, cordwainer, To Richard Foster of Stainforth, yeoman, Elizabeth his wife and Robert their son of a parcel of arable in the Holme in Austwick, in exchange for 2 parcels in the Holme

Bargain and sale  WYL826/11  17 Apr 1688

Contents:
From Richard Mitton of Austwick, husbandman, and Agnes his wife to Charles Ingilby of Sergeants Inn, esq., sergeant at law, of all right, title, customary hold of tenant right etc., in a parcel of arable on a place called Kelber, a parcel of enclosed meadow called Grymeing and as much grassing on Austwick Thwaite as extends to 3 cattlegates, all in Austwick. Attached is Mitton's bond for performance
Endorsed is surrender in Austwick manor court
5 May 1688

Bargain and sale  WYL826/12  9 Feb 1697

Contents:
From Robert Bentham of Austwick, carpenter, to Columbus Ingleby of Clapdale, gent., and Sir Charles Ingleby, Kt. of the parish of St. Andrews, Holborne, of all estate etc., in parcels of arable (abutments) in a place called Spittle in Austwick
Endorsed is surrender in Austwick manor court
30 Sept. 1698

Exchange  WYL826/13  10 Sep 1698

Contents:
By which Richard Jackson of the Cross in the township of Austwick, yeoman, grants Sir Charles Ingleby, knight, serjeant at law, a parcel of land on Thackaber in Austwick and a parcel in the Flass and Ingleby grants Jackson 2 parcels on Skirchinber in the manor of Austwick

Bargain and sale  WYL826/14  19 Dec 1698

Contents:
From George Capestick of Orcaber in the parish of Clapham, yeoman, and Christopher Capestick of Austwick, yeoman, his son and heir to Francis Ingleby of the Crow Nest in the parish of Clapham, gent., of 3 closes called Battersby Flass Close, Beecroft Flass Close and Spittle Close in Austwick
Endorsed is surrender in Lawkland with Feizor manor court
17 May 1699

Bargain and sale  WYL826/15  17 Feb 1700

Contents:
From John Howson of Overstick Bridge, Tatham, Lancs., yeoman, to Francis Ingilby of Crownest in the parish of Clapham, gent., of a close of meadow called Flass-Close in Austwick
Endorsed is surrender in Austwick manor court
4 Dec. 1700

Bargain and sale  WYL826/16  23 Feb 1700

Contents:
From John Allen of Orcaber, yeoman, and Ellen his wife to Francis Ingilby of the Crow Nest, gent., of their messuage at Orcaber, closes called Flass Close, Great Close, Midleton Close, New Close, and the Reed and a parcel of ground in the Flass, all in Austwick
Endorsed is surrender in Lawkland cum Feizor manor court
1 Nov. 1704

Bargain and sale  WYL826/17  10 Oct 1700

Contents:
From Francis Ingilby of the Crow Nest in the parish of Clapham, gent., to Sir Charles Ingilby, knight, sergeant at law, of a close called the Spittle Close
Endorsed are surrenders in Lawkland manor court
14 Nov. 1700
And Austwick manor court. 4 Dec. 1700

Bargain and sale  WYL826/18  15 Nov 1700

Contents:
From Thomas Bentham of Skirtoe Gate in the parish of Clapham, freemason, to Francis Ingilby of the Crow Nest in the parish of Clapham, gent., of a close called the Reed in the manor of Austwick
Endorsed is surrender in Austwick manor court
4 Dec. 1700

Bargain and sale  WYL826/19  28 Aug 1703

Contents:
From Robert Foster of Stainforth under Bargh, yeoman, to Sir Charles Ingleby of Serjeants' Inn, knight, of all estate, title etc., in a close of meadow called Great Waters Close, a dale called Bownaber Dale, a close called Lower Fenbecke Close, a parcel called Higher Fenbecke, 2 parcels on the Spittle, herbage on Austwick Thwaite rated at 2 cattlegates and herbage on Oxenber, Ingleborrow and Dovinanter belonging to 2s. 1d. ancient rent, all in Austwick
Endorsed is surrender in Austwick manor court
12 Nov. 1703

Settlement by bargain and sale  WYL826/20  21 Apr 1704

Contents:
From Francis Ingilby of the Crow Nest in the parish of Clapham, gent., to Edward Nowell of the Birks in the parish of Clapham, gent., and Richard Jackson of Clapham, gent., of a farm called Orkaber in Austwick in trust to pay an annuity of £12 to Constance Ingilby, Francis' wife, for life, paying the residue of the profits to Francis and his heirs, in recompense of dower, Constance having joined in a sale of the Crow Nest estate, debarring herself of dower in that

Bargain and sale  WYL826/21  20 Oct 1705

Contents:
From Thomas Bentham of Skirthaw Yate in the parish of Clapham, mason, to Sir Charles Ingleby of Sergeants' Inn, London, knight, of estate, tenant right, etc., in a parcel of meadow lying amongst Sir Charles's lands and called the Spittle in Austwick
Endorsed is surrender in Austwick manor court
20 Oct. 1705

Grant  WYL826/22  8 Sep 1707

Contents:
From Richard Jackson the elder to Sir Charles Ingleby, knight, serjeant at law, of a close of meadow called Spittle-gap and a parcel of meadow on a place called Spittle in exchange for parcels on Bigbank and Bigbanke Side

Bargain and sale  WYL826/23  12 Mar 1709

Contents:
From Columbus Ingleby of Austwick, esq., to Sir Charles Ingleby of Serjeants' Inn, London, knight, of his estate, right, title of tenantright etc., in a close of meadow called Spittle Close in Austwick
Endorsed is surrender in Austwick manor court
4 Nov. 1709

Grant  WYL826/24  10 Oct 1712

Contents:
From Emanuell King and Isabel King of Austwick to Sir Charles Ingleby, knight, sergeant at law, of a close of meadow in Austwick called Howson Fenbeck Close in exchange for 2 parcels of meadow at a place called the Acres

Bargain and sale  WYL826/25  19 Jun 1717

Contents:
From Richard Jackson the elder of Austwick, yeoman, and Thomas Redmayne of Austwick, husbandman, to William Knipe of Austwick, husbandman, of a close in the Holme and 4 dales in the Reed in Austwick
Endorsed is a surrender in Austwick manor court
19 June 1717

Grant  WYL826/26  8 Apr 1721

Contents:
From James Banks of Orcaber near Austwick, yeoman, to Thomas Ingleby of Austwick Hall, esq., of a parcel of arable in a place called the Flasse in exchange for 3 pieces of arable in Flass Bottom and Flasse Hill

Bargain and sale  WYL826/27  11 Feb 1723

Contents:
From Richard Jackson of Clapham, gent., to Thomas Bancke of Austwick, yeoman, of a messuage called Orkaber and closes called Little Croft, Midleton Close, Johns Close, Ellis Close, New Close, Rough Close, Allans Great Close, Horse Close, Benthams Reed, Allens Reed, Allens Flasse Close, Clark Close, Battersby's Close, Howsons Close, Grandsires Close, Johns Close, Beecroft Close, Brireton Parke and a parcel in Lawkland Moss in the manors of Austwick and Lawkland

Bargain and sale  WYL826/28  14 Mar 1723

(Damaged.)

Contents:
From Thomas Ingleby of Coxhoe, co. Durham, gent., to Thomas Banks of Austwick, yeoman, of a messuage at Orcaber in Austwick with land etc.. Endorsed is receipt for purchase money

Bargain and sale  WYL826/29  31 Dec 1730

Contents:
From Brian Hasleton of Brackenbottom in the parish of Horton in Ribblesdale, gent., John Jackson of Austwick in the parish of Clapham, yeoman, and Christopher Jackson of Feizor his son to Elizabeth Ingleby of Austwick Hall, widow, of a close called Orcaber Close (abutments) in Austwick
Endorsed is surrender in Austwick manor court
7 June 1732

Mortgage by assignment  WYL826/30  25 Dec 1732

Contents:
From Elizabeth Ingleby of Austwick, gentlewoman, to Thomas Ingleby of Austwick, gent., of right, title etc., in a close called Orcaber Close to secure £30

Lease  WYL826/31  16 Apr 1743

Contents:
From George Jackson of Clapham, yeoman, Thomas Banks of Orcaber, yeoman, and Laurence Peacock of Lawkland, yeoman, devisees of John Jackson late of Clapham, clerk, in trust to sell, to Thomas Ingleby of Austwick, gent., of a parcel of arable in a place called the Flass in the township of Austwick for 10,000 years at a red rose rent

Feoffment  WYL826/32  29 Jan 1747

Contents:
From William Stalman of Newby in the parish of Clapham, tailor, to Thomas Banks of Orcaber in the parish of Clapham, yeoman, of 2 dwelling houses in Austwick, a turfhouse, moiety of a garden at the upper end of the dwelling houses and a dale in Orcaber Moss and Mosshead

Bargain and sale  WYL826/33  30 Jun 1750

(Damaged)

Contents:
From Thomas Ingleby of Austwick, gent., to Thomas Ingleby his second son of a messuage called Orcaber and lands in the township of Austwick

Bargain and sale  WYL826/34  16 Feb 1751

Contents:
From Joseph Hudson of Horton in Ribblesdale, clerk, a trustee to convey lands to purchasers, and Charles Ingleby of Austwick Hall, esq., to George Jackson of Austwick, yeoman, of 5 roods of arable in Flass - Close in Austwick
Endorsed is surrender in Austwick manor court
19 June 1751

Bargain and sale  WYL826/35  23 Mar 1751

(The deed has been cut in 3 vertically.)

Contents:
From William Ash of Austwick, yeoman, to Thomas Ingleby the younger, second son of Thomas Ingleby the elder of Austwick, gent., of a parcel of arable in the Open Flass and a close in the Reed in Austwick
Endorsed is surrender in Austwick manor court
19 June 1751

Bargain and sale  WYL826/36  3 Feb 1752

Contents:
From John Willis the younger of Austwick, tailor, to Columbus Ingleby of Austwick, gent., of a close called Forelands in Austwick
Endorsed is surrender in Austwick manor court
12 Feb. 1752

Bargain and sale  WYL826/37  3 Feb 1752

Contents:
From John Willis the younger of Austwick, taylor, to Columbus Ingleby of Austwick, gent., of a messuage etc., in Austwick, as security for a close called Forelands against his wife's dower, to be void if she releases her claim

Mortgage by bargain and sale  WYL826/38  22 Feb 1752

Contents:
From Charles Ingleby of Austwick Hall, esq., to the Hon. Sir Lionel Pilkington of Stanley, Bart., of a messuage called Gateclaps, closes called Jackson's Close, the Waters, the Meadows adjoining the grounds of Giles Batty Inn Gateclaps and Out Gateclaps and part of Austwick Moss to secure £200

Bargain and sale  WYL826/39  5 Jun 1755

Contents:
From Thomas Ingleby the younger, second son of Thomas Ingleby the elder, to Columbus Ingleby of Northcote in the parish of Burnsall, gent., of a parcel of arable in the Open Flass and a close in the Reed in Austwick
Endorsed is surrender in Austwick manor court
6 June 1755

Schedule of deeds, 1656/7 - 1750  WYL826/40  16 Jun 1754

Contents:
With receipt for money paid to Charles Ingleby by way of mortgage by Charles Lambert
Note on back that these were delivered to Rev. Richard Dawson
Feb. 1788

Mortgage by bargain and sale  WYL826/41  2 Feb 1757

Contents:
From Charles Ingleby of Austwick, esq., to Charles Lambert of Lancaster, gent., of a messuage called Baynes's House in which Ingleby lives at the lower end of Austwick and lands (field-names) in Austwick to secure £600
Endorsed are a further charge
15 Feb. 1760
And admittances of Charles Lambert in the manor courts of Austwick and Lawkland
30 Nov. and 16 Dec. 1773
Attached are Ingleby's bond to secure £100
15 Feb. 1760
And a letter from Wm. Carr, Settle, to Mr. Shepherd, attorney, Lancaster, asking for a copy of this mortgage, and concerning payment
12 Jan. 1788

Reconveyance by bargain and sale  WYL826/42  11 Feb 1757

Contents:
From Sir Lionel Pilkington of Stanley, Bart., to Charles Ingleby of Austwick, esq., of closes called New Closes, Grimes Ing and Spittle in Austwick, a messuage called Gateclaps and closes called Jackson's Close, The Waters, the Meadows adjoining Giles Batty's grounds, Inn Gateclaps and Out Gateclaps in Austwick, and closes called Fletcher Ing, Small Raynes, Dikelands and Skelber, an uninclosed parcel on Watelands or Wetlands, a parcel called Watelands or Wetlands, a parcel formerly called Watelands or Wetlands Bottom and a parcel called Tanpit Close in Austwick, reciting 3 separate mortgages and an assignment

Bargain and sale  WYL826/43  29 Mar 1757

Contents:
From Isabel Sedgwick of Austwick, widow of Matthew Sedgwick late of the same place, woollen weaver, and John Bowker of Thin Oaks in the parish of Clapham, yeoman, and Alice his wife, Alice being Matthew's only daughter and heir, to John Knipe of Middleber, yeoman, of a close in Austwick called the Lower Parrocke
Endorsed is surrender in Austwick manor court
30 Nov. 1757

Release  WYL826/44  11 Feb 1761

Contents:
From William Banks of Orcaber in the parish of Clapham, gent., only son of Thomas Banks formerly of the same place but late of Austwick, deceased, to Columbus Ingleby now of Neals Ing parish of Giggleswick, gent., of a close called Greenber Close and a parcel called Greenber Hill in Austwick

Bond  WYL826/45  11 Feb 1761

Contents:
Of William Banks of Orcaber, parish of Clapham, gent., to Columbus Ingleby now of Neals Ing, gent., in £50 to indemnify him against any claim of Elizabeth Banks, William's wife, for dower

Notification of grant  WYL826/46  5 Feb 1762

Contents:
From William Hall of Settle, mercer, to Columbus Ingleby of Austwick, gent., of 4 acres 37 perches on Wetherber and Longlands, a close called Fenneber Close adjoining Gayclaps and £4. 13. 9. in exchange for 2 acres 5 perches on the south of a line of marks between Thovin Croft corner and Whitelands and 5 cattlegates on Austwick Thwaite

Bargain and sale  WYL826/47  9 Jun 1763

Contents:
From George Jackson of Austwick, yeoman, to Agnes Ingleby wife of Charles Ingleby of the same, esq., and George's eldest daughter, of all his messuages and lands in Austwick, except those conveyed to Richard Clapham, husband of George's daughter, Ann
Endorsed is surrender in Austwick manor court
10 June 1763

Bargain and sale  WYL826/48  27 Jun 1764

Contents:
From Richard Clapham of Wharfe in the parish of Clapham, yeoman, to William Knipe of Austwick, yeoman, of a close called Holme Close (abutments) part of the open townfield of Austwick formerly called the Holme and now divided and enclosed
Endorsed is surrender in Austwick manor court
27 June 1764

Bargain and sale  WYL826/49  14 Feb 1766

Contents:
From Charles Ingleby of Austwick esq., and Agnes his wife to Columbus Ingleby of Austwick, gent., of a dale in Crooklands and a dale in Orcaber Moss in Austwick

Bargain and sale  WYL826/50  14 Feb 1766

Contents:
From William Banks of Orcaber in the township of Austwick, yeoman, to Columbus Ingleby of Austwick, gent., of dales in Orcaber Moss in Austwick, estimated as 2½ full horse grasses and a tenth of another
Endorsed is surrender in Austwick manor court
4 June 1766

Bargain and sale  WYL826/51  16 Feb 1767

Contents:
From James Hardwick of Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmorland, yeoman, and Ann his wife, Thomas Speddy of Austwick, linen weaver, eldest son of Richard Speddy and Rosamond his wife, and Henry King of Austwick, yeoman, to Columbus Ingleby of the same, gent., of a dale in Orcaber Moss in Austwick
Endorsed is surrender in Austwick manor court
10 June 1767

Bargain and sale  WYL826/52  1 Dec 1776

Contents:
From Henry King of Austwick, gent., and Thomas Bentham of Bentham, yeoman, to Columbus Ingleby of Austwick, gent., of a dale or parcel of meadow called the Tram in a close of pasture now belonging to Columbus called Orkaber Moss in Austwick
Endorsed is surrender in Austwick manor court
9 Dec. 1778

Bargain and sale  WYL826/53  22 Feb 1782

Contents:
From Richard Dawson of Austwick, yeoman, to Columbus Ingleby of Austwick, gent., of a close called the Rains, formerly 2 closes called the Rains and the Croft Foot, in the manor of Austwick
Endorsed is surrender in Austwick manor court
22 Feb. 1782

Bargain and sale  WYL826/54  11 Jun 1784

Contents:
From Richard Dawson of Austwick, yeoman, to Thomas Banks of the same place, yeoman, of Holme Close in Austwick
Endorsed is surrender in Austwick manor court
11 June 1784

Bargain and sale  WYL826/55  22 Nov 1787

Contents:
From William Banks of Orcaber in the parish of Clapham, yeoman, to Thomas Banks of Austwick Townhead in Austwick, yeoman, of a piece of ground called the Holme or Holme Close in Austwick
Endorsed is admittance in Austwick manor court
5 Dec. 1787

Bargain and sale  WYL826/56  4 Dec 1787

Contents:
From Thomas Banks of Austwick Townhead, yeoman, to Columbus Ingleby of Austwick, gent., of a close, formerly 2 closes, called the Holme or Holme Close in Austwick
Endorsed is surrender in Austwick manor court
5 Dec. 1787

Bargain and sale  WYL826/57  13 Feb 1799

Contents:
From Richard Clapham of Austwick and Ann his wife, Thomas Burrow of Kendal, Westmorland, and Elizabeth his wife and John Abbotson of Wharfe in the parish of Clapham, and Margaret his wife to Thomas Ingilby of Austwick, esq., of a close called Old Holme Close in Austwick, devised by William Knipe to Robert Rimington and by him to Ann, Elizabeth and Margaret
Endorsed is surrender in Austwick manor court
17 May 1799

Feoffment  WYL826/58  24 Mar 1810

Contents:
From Charles Ingleby and William King of Austwick, esqs., and John Foster of Armitstead, esq., to Robert Waddington of Crow Nest in the parish of Clapham, esq., of the barn near the bottom of the town of Austwick called the Tithe Barn to hold for the lives of William Loxham Farrer and John Foster the son to the use of Charles Ingleby, mentioning a lease from the Bishop of Chester of the rectory of Clapham, and reciting other deeds

Bargain and sale  WYL826/59  13 Feb 1799

Contents:
From Richard Clapham of Austwick, yeoman and Ann his wife, Thomas Burrow of Kendal, Westmorland, yeoman and Elizabeth his wife and John Abbotson of Wharfe, yeoman, and Margaret his wife to George Clapham of Eldroth, yeoman, of a messuage in Austwick and a close called the Croft in trust to use of such person as Ann Clapham appoints, or Ann Clapham herself
Endorsed is surrender in Austwick manor court
17 May 1799
Attached is admittance of George Clapham by descent from his mother Ann Clapham
16 Dec. 1818

Abstract of title  WYL826/60  1831

Contents:
Of the devisees in trust of the late Richard Wilson to a close called Addack Mire in Austwick, 1799-1817

Bargain and sale  WYL826/61  13 Feb 1835

Contents:
From John Clapham of Austwick, yeoman, and William Talbot of Hollings in the chapelry of Preston Patrick, Westmorland, gent., to Thomas Redmayne of Taitlands in Stainforth, esq., of a messuage in Austwick, an inclosure called the croft and 4 sheepgates on Oxenber, reciting earlier deeds
Attached is admittance in Austwick manor court
12 June 1835

Abstract of Thomas Halton's title, 1798-1836  WYL826/62  1836

Contents:
To a close of meadow called Gamblesbutt near the village of Austwick sold to Charles Ingleby, esq
Enclosed is a copy of the will of Lawrence Halton of Austwick, Made 12 Mar, proved 10 May 1798

Bargain and sale  WYL826/63  11 Nov 1836

Contents:
From Thomas Halton of Kellet, Lancs., yeoman, Betty Halton of Kellet, widow of Thomas Halton, grandfather of the present Thomas, and John Flasby Yeats of Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmorland, cooper, to Charles Ingleby of Austwick, esq., of a close of meadow in Austwick called Gamblesbutt
Endorsed is admittance in Austwick manor court
22 Dec. 1836

Papers concerning the purchase by the North Western Railway Company of land in Austwick  WYL826/64  1847

Contents:
Including draft and copy conveyances and related deeds, copy agreement for sale and purchase, copies of admittances of members of the Ingilby family in Austwick manor court

Account of succession in real property  WYL826/65  5 Nov 1863

Contents:
Of Henry Redmayne of Taitlands near Settle on death of Thomas Redmayne, including valuation of property in Stainforth, Austwick, Langcliffe and Settle

Abstract of Title to Lot 3  WYL826/66  1868

Contents:
Being parcel of the Austwick Estate late belonging to Mr. Henry Redmayne deceased' 1835-68

Account of succession in real property  WYL826/67  10 Dec 1868

Contents:
Of Mary Sedgwick on the death of Henry Redmayne, including valuation of property in Settle, Austwick, Stainforth and Langcliffe

Requisitions on title to property being conveyed by the Sedgwicks to Ingleby  WYL826/68  2 Jan 1869

Contents:
With answers

Assignment  WYL826/69  6 Jan 1869

Contents:
From Henry Hawkesley Capes of Knaresborough, gent., James Sedgwick of Borough-bridge, surgeon, and Mary his wife to Christopher Ingleby of Harden Cottage, Austwick, of a messuage in Austwick, close called the Croft and tithes, Joseph Stubbs of Boroughbridge, wine merchant, and John Marriner Redmayne late of Tynemouth, Northumberland, and now of Saltwell Dene near Gateshead on Tyne, co. Durham, manufacturer, also being parties, reciting earlier deeds
Enclosed is admittance in Austwick manor court
21 May 1869

Copy certificate of examination of Mary, wife of James Sedgwick  WYL826/70  6 Jan 1869

Contents:
Concerning a deed between Mary (sic) Hawkesley Capes, James and Mary Sedgwick, Joseph Stubbs and John Marriner Redmayne and Christopher Ingleby

Statutory declaration of Mary Stubbs of Borough-bridge, widow  WYL826/71  5 Feb 1869

Contents:
Concerning the family of Thomas Redmayne late of Taitlands near Settle, who died 23 Feb. 1862

Statutory declaration of Henry Hawksley Capes of Knaresborough, gent  WYL826/72  6 Feb 1869

Contents:
Concerning legacies under the will of Thomas Redmayne late of Taitlands, raised partly by the sale of real estate in Austwick

Schedule of deeds 1799-1869 given by the Sedgwicks to Christopher Ingleby  WYL826/73  1869

Lawyer's bill  WYL826/74  1872

Contents:
From William Hartley to Christopher Ingleby for the expenses of a purchase from Baines' trustees of property in Austwick

Bill  WYL826/75  1872 and 1873

Contents:
From William Hartley to Christopher Ingleby for costs of admittances in Austwick and Lawkland Courts on conveyance from Margerison and Smith

Conveyance  WYL826/76  13 Dec 1877

Contents:
From the Ecclesiastical Commissioners to Christopher Ingleby of Harden Cottage, esq., of the Tithe Barn in Austwick

CLAPHAM  [no ref. or date]

Mortgage by lease  WYL826/77  28 Apr 1569

Contents:
From George Clapham of Clapham, gent., to William Lister of Thornton, esq., of the manor house called Clapdale, land and meadow in Clapham and Clapdale, pastures called Rayside, Overfall and Netherfall and common for 400 sheep and 100 cattle in Clapham and Clapdale for 10 years to secure £184

Exemplification of a fine  WYL826/78  Easter Term 1573

Contents:
Between John Ingleby, esq., querent, and George Clapham, esq., deforciant, of a watermill in Clapham

Bargain and sale  WYL826/79  7 May 1573

Contents:
From George Clapham of Beamsley, esq., and Gressham Clapham his son and heir, gent., to John Ynglebye of Acomb Grange, esq., Anne his wife and Thomas Ynglebye his son and heir of the manor of Clapham and all messuages, lands etc

Quitclaim  WYL826/80  1 Nov 1576

Contents:
From John Clapham of Beamsley, gent., son and heir of Robert Clapham of Clapham, deceased, to John Ynglebye of Acomb Grange, esq., and Thomas Ynglebye his son and heir of the manor of Clapham and appurtenances in Clapham, Clapdale and Keasden

Quitclaim  WYL826/81  1 Sep 1606

Contents:
From John Nicolson, schoolmaster, to Thomas Ingilbie of Lawkland, esq., of a garden next the place called Mylne Yeat in Clapham and a close in a place called Flat in Clapham

Bargain and sale  WYL826/82  14 Oct 1625

Contents:
From William Clapham of Maleinskale (Melding Scale) gent., and George Clapham his son and heir apparent to John Inglebie of Lawkland, esq., of inclosures containing 4 acres in the townfields of Clapham

Assignment  WYL826/83  26 Feb 1628

Contents:
From William Carr of Dobdale in the Forest of Gisburn, yeoman, to Robert Carr of Clapham, yeoman, of all his title to a messuage and lands in Clapham

Mortgage by lease  WYL826/84  26 Apr 1656

Contents:
From Arthur Ingleby of Lawkland in the parish of Clapham, esq., to Reginald Nicholson of Clapham, yeoman, of the capital messuage called Clapdale Hall in Clapham with appurtenances and closes called Overfield, Netherfield and the wood in Clapdale for 6 years to secure £17 annually

Bargain and sale  WYL826/85  18 Jul 1676

Contents:
From Henry Radcliffe of Clapham, yeoman, to Arthur Ingleby of Lawkland, esq., of a messuage in Clapham, garth and barn, 3 parcels on Hurrey Banck, a close near Crosse haw called Bernard Scarr Close, a close called Ingber End, a little close called Hawes and common on the out commons called Ingleburrowe and Dovinanter or Bolland Knottes belonging to 6s. 8d. annual rent. Also Radcliffe's bond for performance

Bargain and sale  WYL826/86  14 Sep 1698

Contents:
From Arthur Ingilby of Lawkland Hall, esq., to Sir Charles Ingilby knight, sergeant at law, of 6 cattlegates on a stinted pasture called Clapham Thwaite and Side, or pasture according to 12 shillings ancient rent, within the manor of Clapham and held in the nature of glebe land

Mortgage by bargain and sale  WYL826/87  10 Apr 1732

Contents:
From George Jagger of clapham, yeoman, to Richard Smirthwaite of Bottom Boat, gent., and Mary his wife, of a messuage in Clapham called Blew Bell with out-buildings, garden etc., to secure £50

Feoffment  WYL826/88  2 Jun 1738

Contents:
From John Jackson of Clapham, clerk, to John Ingleby of Lawkland Hall, esq., of all estate etc., in John Ingleby's field called Great Brow in the township of Clapham

Declaration  WYL826/89  1 Oct 1743

Contents:
By James Carr of Stackhouse, gent., that the sum of £400 mentioned in a mortgage from John Stephen Ingilby to him of farms called Clapdale and George Jaggers Farm was the money of Margery Ann Ingilby

LAWKLAND  [no ref. or date]

Bargain and sale  WYL826/90  6 Aug 1572

Contents:
From the right worshipful Peter Yorke of Middlesmoor, esq., to John Banke of the Layne End in Lawkland within the lordship of Austwick, yeoman, of a farm at the Layne End in Lawkland in the lordship of Austwick called the Borwens

Defeasance of a conveyance  WYL826/91  4 Jul 1688

Contents:
From William Guy of Birkes in the parish of Clapham, gent., and Jane Guy his mother to Arthur Ingilby of Lawkland of Knott Closes in Lawkland, if Guy pays £100

Defeasance of a bargain and sale  WYL826/92  19 Feb 1691

Contents:
From Thomas Lawson of Lawkland, husbandman, and Agnes his wife to Thomas Willson of Beecroft Hall, gent., of 3 closes of pasture in Lawkland called Towne Closes, if Lawson pays £50

Bargain and sale  WYL826/93  13 Nov 1691

Contents:
From William Peacock of Lawkland, husbandman, to Arthur Ingilby of the same, esq., of all right, title, etc., in a close of pasture in Lawkland called Timery Gill. Attached is Peacock's bond for performance

Bargain and sale  WYL826/94  29 Sep 1699

Contents:
From John Ash of Lawkland in the parish of Clapham, yeoman, Roger Armitstead of Lawkland, yeoman, and Agnes Armitstead his wife to John Ingilby of Lawkland Hall, gent., of 2 closes called Great Bleathwaite and Litle Bleathwaite in Lawkland
Endorsed is surrender in the manor court of Lawkland cum Feizor
18 Oct. 1699

Bargain and sale  WYL826/95  9 Dec 1743

Contents:
From William Lupton of Lawkland, yeoman, son and heir of John Lupton late of Lawkland, deceased, to James Carr of Stackhouse, gent., of a close in Lawkland formerly in 3 closes called Gaitbriggs and Tymmeragill

Declaration by James Carr of Stackhouse, gent  WYL826/96  3 Feb 1744

Contents:
That sums of money mentioned in 3 recited indentures were the money of John Stephen Ingilby of Lawkland, esq., and covenant for better assurance to Ingilby of premises in Clapham and Lawkland

Bargain and sale  WYL826/97  9 Jun 1778

Contents:
From John Stephen Ingleby of Lawkland Hall, esq., lord of the manor of Lawkland, Henry Waddington of Crow Nest, gent., William Foster of Armitstead, gent., Robert Stackhouse of Lawkland Green, yeoman, Laurence Peacock of Lawkland, yeoman, and Robert Maudsley of Cranarigg within the parish of Giggleswick, yeoman, constable and surveyor of the township of Lawkland, to John Nicholson of Lawkland Green, house carpenter, of a piece of vacant land containing 14 perches on Lawkland Green (abutments)
Endorsed is surrender in Lawkland with Feizor manor court
11 June 1778

Bargain and sale  WYL826/98  16 Jun 1791

Contents:
From John Bradley of Eldroth, yeoman, and Elizabeth his wife, only daughter and heiress of Michael Bradley late of Eldroth, yeoman, deceased, to John Abbotson Ingleby of Lawkland Hall, gent., of a parcel of meadow called Clapham Pitts and a close of meadow called the Round Close in Lawkland
Endorsed is surrender in Lawkland with Feizor manor court
16 June 1791

Bargain and sale  WYL826/99(a)  31 May 1792

Contents:
From Lawrence Peacock of Lawkland, yeoman, to John Abbotson Ingleby of Lawkland Hall, gent., of 2 closes called Barris Dales and Bank End Moss or Pitts in Lawkland
Endorsed is surrender in Lawkland manor court
31 May 1792

Bargain and sale  WYL826/99(b)  14 Feb 1832

Contents:
From George Clapham of Austwick, yeoman, to Thomas Ingleby of Lawkland Hall, esq., of a messuage, closes called Crofts, Chapman Beck Ing and Barrows and 2 dales on the part of Lawkland Moss called Low Moss all in Lawkland and a share of trust money for procuring renewed leases of tithes
Endorsed with presentment in Lawkland manor court
14 June 1832

Bargain and sale  WYL826/100  16 May 1793

Contents:
From John Nicholson of Lawkland Green, parish of Clapham, house carpenter, to Francis Nicholson his son, now of Blackburn, Lancs., house carpenter, of his messuage at Lawkland Green, turfhouse and 2 gardens and a dale on Lawkland Moss called Granny Dale
Endorsed is surrender in the court of Lawkland with Feizor
23 May 1793

Bargain and sale  WYL826/101  10 Apr 1794

Contents:
From William Lawson of Gray's Inn, gent., to John Abbotson Ingleby of Lawkland Hall, esq., of a close of meadow called Little Ing in Lawkland
Endorsed is surrender in Lawkland with Feizor manor court
28 May 1795

Bargain and sale  WYL826/102  18 Apr 1797

Contents:
From John Knight of Long Preston, yeoman, and Jonathan Wolfenden late of Lingthwaite but now of Borwins in the township of Lawkland, yeoman, to John Abbotson Ingleby of Lawkland Hall, gent., of a customary messuage, outbuildings, garden and croft at Borwins in Lawkland
Endorsed is surrender in Lawkland with Feizor manor court
8 June 1797

Bargain and sale  [no ref.]  14 Feb 1810

Contents:
From Anthony Clapham of Hornby, Lancs., yeoman, and John Woes of Ulverston, Lancs., gent., to John Ingleby of Lawkland Hall, esq., of a messuage and buildings at Borrans in the manor of Lawkland, the Croft behind the House called Pumpgarth, small Croft behind the Barn, Kilnhaw, Long Close, Out Bank, Holkers or Hooker Meadow and a Mossdale on Lawkland Moss, formerly the estate of Arthur Wigglesworth
Endorsed is note of production of this deed in Lawkland manor court
14 June 1810

Will of Lawrence Spencer of Borrens within the township of Lawkland, yeoman  WYL826/103  9 May 1800

Contents:
Leaving estates to Robert Peel, but subject to an annuity to Mary Towler

Copy will of Arthur Wigglesworth of Wharfe in the parish of Clapham, yeoman  WYL826/104  Proved 17 May 1800

Contents:
Made 28 Oct 1797, leaving estate at Borrins in Clapham to Anthony Clapham son of his late cousin Thomas Clapham

Admittance  WYL826/105  28 Mar 1801

Contents:
Of Agnes Clapham wife of George Clapham, daughter of William Stackhouse, son and heir of Robert Stackhouse by Agnes his wife who was eldest sister of John Lawson deceased father of William Lawson late of Gray's Inn, London, gent., to all premises in the manor of Lawkland with Feizor which belonged to William Lawson

Bargain and sale  WYL826/106  28 Mar 1801

Contents:
From George Clapham of Eldroth, yeoman, and Agnes his wife, eldest daughter of William Stackhouse who was eldest son of Robert Stackhouse by Agnes his wife, eldest sister of John Lawson who was father of William Lawson late of Gray's Inn, gent., deceased, to John Foster of Armitstead, gent., of messuages and lands in Lawkland and Austwick in trust to convey them to the use of George Clapham

Bargain and sale  WYL826/107  28 Mar 1801

Contents:
From John Foster of Armitstead in the parish of Clapham to George Clapham of Eldroth in the parish of Clapham, yeoman, of messuages in Lawkland and a moiety of messuages called Duns, Hebers and Badsdale and lands in Lawkland and Austwick, conveyed to Foster in trust by George and Agnes his wife, subject to the life estate of Ann Stackhouse in the second premises mentioned. Endorsed is surrender in Lawkland manor court

Part of mortgage  WYL826/108  1 Jul 1801


Related information: See also Acc. 2065: 3 further fragments found in Austwick Church Hall where they had apparently been used in amateur theatricals.

Contents:
From Francis Nicholson to William Carr of a messuage and a dale in Lawkland Moss. The deed has been cut in 2 or 3 pieces vertically, and only the extreme left of it has been found

Bargain and sale  WYL826/109  7 Jan 1809

Contents:
From Francis Nicholson of Lawkland, house carpenter, to John Nicholson of the same place, house carpenter, of a piece of land on Lawkland Green
(The signatures have been cut out)

Bargain and sale  WYL826/110  21 Feb 1809

Contents:
From Robert Peel of Borwens in Lawkland, yeoman, to John Abbotson Ingleby of Lawkland Hall, esq., of a messuage and land in Lawkland, subject to an annuity to Mary Towler
Endorsed is note that this deed was allowed in Lawkland manor court
25 May 1809

Bargain and sale  WYL826/111  14 Feb 1816

Contents:
From Francis Nicholson of Lawkland Green, house carpenter, to Thomas Ingleby of Settle, esq., of a messuage now occupied as 2 messuages with barns, stables, shops etc., at Lawkland Green, 2 inclosures and a dale in Lawkland Moss called Grannydale
Endorsed is surrender in Lawkland with Feizor manor court
29 May 1816

Covenant  WYL826/112  21 Jan 1842

Contents:
By Thomas Ingleby of Lawkland Hall, esq., the elder, to stand seised of Kendal
Closes in Lawkland to the use of Thomas Ingleby, a student of St. John's College, Cambridge, esq., the younger, his son

Covenant  WYL826/113  19 Jan 1846

Conditions of access: Withdrawn 1968

Contents:
By Thomas Ingleby the elder of Lawkland Hall, esq., to stand seised of the inclosure in Lawkland called Brunton Pasture to the use of Christopher Ingleby late of the same but now of Knaresborough, gent., his son
Conveyance from Christopher Ingleby of Harden Cottage near Clapham, esq., to Arthur Ingleby of Trinity College, Cambridge, esq., of Brunton Pasture
11 Dec. 1873

Conveyance  WYL826/114  27 Apr 1860

Contents:
From John Procter of Kirkby Malham, gent., and George Hartley of Settle, gent., to Christopher Ingleby of Harden Cottage in Austwick, esq., of a dale on Lawkland Moss

VARIOUS TOWNSHIPS  [no ref. or date]

Agreement  WYL826/115  22 Mar 1568

Contents:
Between Peter Yorke, esq., son and heir of Sir John Yorke, and Elizabeth his wife on one part and Thomas Sandes and Alexander Lollye on the other, that Sandes and Lollye will bring a recovery against Peter and Elizabeth concerning the manor or capital messuage called Lawkland Hall and appurtenances in Austwick and Lawkland to make good a lease to Thomas Inglebye of Acomb Grange and after its expiry to be to the use of Peter and Elizabeth and their heirs

Exemplification of a fine  WYL826/116  Michaelmas Term 1570

Contents:
Between John Inglebye, esq., querent, and Peter Yorke, esq., and Elizabeth his wife, deforciants, of premises in Eldroth, Lunehead (?), Austwick and Clapham

Exemplification of a common recovery  WYL826/117  Michaelmas Term 1579

Contents:
Brought by George Swaile, gent., against John Ingleby, esq., concerning premises in Austwick and Lanshaw in the parish of Clapham, Peter Yorke, esq., being vouched to warranty

Copy settlement before the marriage  WYL826/118  23 Sep 1701

Contents:
Of John Ingleby, gent., son and heir of Columbus Ingleby of Austwick, esq., and Troath Bradshaigh daughter of William Bradshaigh of Bishop Middleham, co. Durham, esq., by release from Columbus Ingleby, Margery Ingleby of Lawkland, widow of Arthur Ingleby and Roger Cansfield of Lawkland, yeoman, to Robert Scarisbrick of Scarisbrick, Lancs., esq., and William Dawson of Langcliffe Hall, gent., of the manor of Lawkland, Lawkland Hall estate in Lawkland, Austwick, Eldroth, the Highmoor, Lanshaw and Feizor in the parishes of Clapham and Giggleswick and the manor of Thorp in the parish of Wycliffe to hold, subject to annuities to Margery, Columbus and Ann his wife, to the use of John for life, then Thorpe as jointure for Troath, otherwise to the use of first son etc., but subject to an annuity to Troath from estates in Clapham, Nicholas Kennet of Coxhoe, co. Durham, esq., and Valentine Farrington, gent., of Shaw Hall, Lancs., gent., being further trustees to raise portions for daughters
(Copied 1742)

Copy settlement after the marriage  WYL826/119  1 - 2 Mar 1709

Contents:
Of John Ingleby son and heir of Columbus Ingleby of Austwick, esq., and Troath, daughter of William Bradshaigh now or late of Bishop Middleham, co. Durham, by lease and release from Margery Ingleby, widow of Arthur Ingleby of Lawkland, Columbus Ingleby and John Ingilby and Troath his wife, Robert Scarisbrick of Scarisbrick, Lancs., esq., William Dawson of Settle, esq., Nicholas Kennet of Coxhow, co. Durham, esq., Valentine Farrington of Preston in Amunderness, Lancs., doctor in physic and Roger Cansfield of Lawkland, yeoman, with the consent of William Bradshaigh to Ralph Banes of Mewith Head, gent., and Henry Nowell of Cappleside, gent., of the manor of Lawkland, Lawkland Hall and estate in Lawkland, Austwick, Eldroth, the Highmoor, Lanshaw and Feizor in the parishes of Clapham and Giggleswick and the manor of Thorpe in the parish of Wycliffe in trust, part to the use of Margery for life as jointure but subject to annuities to Columbus, Ann his wife and Thomas his younger son, the manor of Thorpe as jointure for Troath, otherwise to the use of John for life, then first son etc., William Farrington of Shaw Hall, Lancs., gent., and William Dawson of Halton Gill, gent., being trustees to raise portions for daughters, reciting a settlement before the marriage, which was altered after being executed
(Copied 1742)

Bond  WYL826/120  1 Sep 1730

Contents:
Of John Ingleby of Old Elvet, Durham, esq., son and heir of Columbus Ingleby late of Austwick, esq., deceased, to John Stapylton of Myton, Yorks., Bart., in £800 to secure payment of £400 and perform conditions of a mortgage

Settlement by lease and release  WYL826/121  6 Oct 1739

Accruals: Lease for a year added 1977, acc 2065


Contents:
From John Ingilby of Lawkland, esq., Troath his wife and John Stephen Ingilby of Lawkland, gent., his son and heir, to Josias Dawson of Halton Gill, gent., and William Carr of Stackhouse, yeoman, of the manor of Lawkland, Lawkland Hall and tenements in Lawkland, Austwick, Eldroth, Highmoor, Lanshaw, Feizor and Clapham in the parishes of Clapham and Giggleswick (except a messuage and named closes) and the manor of Thorpe in the parish of Wycliffe, as tenants to a common recovery to be brought by William Dawson of Langcliffe, esq., and John Foster of Armitstead, gent., to be to use of John Ingleby for life, subject to an annuity to Thomas his brother, then Thorpe to be to the use of Troath for life, otherwise to the use of John Stephen but subject to an annuity to Troath for life

Exemplification of a common recovery  WYL826/122  12 Feb 1740

Contents:
Brought by William Dawson, esq., and John Foster, gent., against Josias Dawson, gent., and William Carr concerning the manors of Lawkland and Thorpe and premises in Lawkland, Eldroth, Highmoor, Lanshaw, Borwins, Austwick, Feizor, Clapham and Thorpe, John Ingilby, esq., and Troath his wife and John Stephen Ingilby, gent., being vouched to warranty

Declaration  WYL826/123  5 Aug 1743

Contents:
By John Stephen Ingilby of Lawkland Hall, gent., son and heir of John Ingilby of Lawkland, esq., and Troath his wife that the manor of Lawkland and premises in Lawkland, Austwick, Eldroth, Highmoor, Lanshaw, Feizor and Clapham in the parishes of Clapham and Giggleswick, which were the subject of a common recovery, will be to the use of John Stephen

Assignment  WYL826/124  6 Aug 1743

Contents:
From Sir Miles Stapylton of Myton, Bart., eldest son and administrator of Sir John Stapylton by the direction of John Ingilby of Lawkland, esq., and John Stephen Ingilby of Lawkland, gent., his son and heir, to William Carr of Stackhouse, yeoman, and John Bailes of Wycliffe, gent., of the manor of Lawkland, Lawkland Hall and tenements in Lawkland, Austwick, Eldroth, the Highmoor, Lanshaw and Feizor and the manor of Thorp or West Thorp and tenements there or elsewhere in the parish of Wycliffe, for the remainder of a term of 99 years to hold Thorp in trust for Christopher Wilkinson of Thorp Hall, esq., the residue in trust to attend several uses now in being

Copy of release  WYL826/125  2 Apr 1817

Contents:
From John Abbotson Ingleby of Lawkland Hall, esq., to Thomas Ingleby of Settle esq., his son and heir, of a barn called the New Barn and closes called Newfound England, Barn Field, Rough Field or Woodend Gate Stone, Warren Browfield, New Meadow, Wood Close with the barn, Hall Close, Midge Hole, Parkinson Closes and Parkinson Hole Meadow in Lawkland and 60 sheepgates on Cosh Knot in the parish of Arncliffe, assignment of 2½ beastgates on Green Bank, both belonging to the Cosh and a close called Low Moor in the parish of Horton in Ribblesdale for the remainder of a term of 450 years and bargain and sale of a messuage called Lower Birkwith and land in the parish of Horton in Ribblesdale and manor of Newby
(Copied 1853)

Deeds and other papers concerning the Kilnsey Hall Estate  WYL826/126(a)  1842-1847

Contents:
Comprising copy mortgage to Mrs. Hannah Wilcock 8 Feb 1843, abstract of title and schedule of deeds, sale particulars and plan, instructions for mortgage, and agreement for sale to John Robert Tennant

Deeds and other papers concerning the Lawkland Hall Estate  WYL826/126(b)  1847-1849

Contents:
Comprising mortgage to John Robert Mills and William Mosley Perfect, (10 Feb 1848) extracts from deed of 6 Oct 1739, schedules of deeds, copy certificates, declaration of Charles Ingleby of Austwick, bill of costs of negotiating loan, bill for surveying land wanted by North Western Railway, 1847 and draft transfer of mortgage to Arthur Ingleby, 1849

Conveyance  WYL826/127  4 Feb 1848

Contents:
From Thomas Ingleby of Lawkland Hall, esq., and Margaret Ingleby of the same, widow, to Thomas Bairstow of Royd Hill in the parish of Kildwick and John William Foster of Clapham, esquires, of property which came to Thomas or Margaret on the death of Thomas Ingleby deceased and any other property belonging to Thomas and goods, stocks etc., in trust to pay debts and legacies, with power to sell, with a schedule of land at the end
Endorsed is assignment of all property to Christopher Ingleby
7 Jan. 1853

COXHOE (CO. DURHAM)  [no ref. or date]

Mortgage by release  WYL826/128  18 Dec 1717

Contents:
From William Ingleby now of the parish of St. Giles in the Fields, Middlesex and late of the city of Durham, gent., and Humphrey Arrowsmith now or late of Coxhoe, co. Durham, yeoman, to Marmaduke Norcliff of the parish of St. Andrew Holborn, surgeon, of the manor or lordship of Coxhoe to secure £420, reciting earlier deeds

MISCELLANEOUS AND UNIDENTIFIED  [no ref. or date]

Declaration  WYL826/129  1 Jul 1658

Contents:
By Arthur Ingleby of Clapham, esq., and Margery his wife and John Tompson of Lawkland, gent., and Ann his wife that a fine of Easter Term 1658 of the capital messuage called Ragill is to the use of Christopher Clapham of Stamford, Lincs., esq

Bond  WYL826/130  10 Sep 1694

Contents:
Of Thomas Atkinson of Bradford, shoemaker, to Columbus Ingleby of Clapdale Hall in the parish of Clapham, gent., in £15 to perform covenants of a deed poll

Bond  WYL826/131  24 Apr 1711

Contents:
Of Thomas Howson of Lower Birkwith in the parish of Horton in Ribblesdale, yeoman, to Robert Mason of Lower Birkwith, gent., in £200 to perform the covenants of an assignment

List of wills, deeds and legacy receipts, 1782-1853  WYL826/132  mid 19th cent

List of wills, legacy receipts and deeds, 1782-1862  WYL826/133  19th cent

Covenant  WYL826/134  1 Mar 1864

Contents:
By James Farrer of Ingleborough, esq., M.P., with Christopher Ingleby of Harden Cottage, Austwick, esq., for the production of an indenture dated 11 Jan 1844 concerning Moor Closes and other property

MANORIAL  [no ref. or date]


Related information: See also WYL826/385-387

Account of Christopher Ingleby with George Hartley for business of Lawkland Manor  WYL826/135  1860-1861

Account of Christopher Ingleby lord of the manor of Lawkland with George Hartley  WYL826/136  1862-1863

Copy account of Christopher Ingleby lord of the manor of Lawkland with William Hartley  WYL826/137  1867-1869

Account of Christopher Ingleby lord of the manor of Lawkland with William Hartley  WYL826/138  1869-1873

Contents:
For rents, court expenses etc

Account of the steward of the manor of Lawkland with Rev. A. Ingilby  WYL826/139  1918-1919

Contents:
For fines and holding court

ESTATE RECORDS  [no ref. or date]

ACCOUNTS  [no ref. or date]

Accounts of payments by Christopher Ingleby, Harden Cottage  WYL826/140  1851-1888

Contents:
For estate and personal expenses

Account book of stock bought and sold  WYL826/141  1852-1859

Contents:
Beginning with a valuation of the late Mrs. Ingleby's stock, taken Mar 1852
Enclosed is a receipted bill for Highland stirks bought at Storis Farm
April 1888

Receipts, notices, correspondence and summaries of apportionment  WYL826/142  1877-1888

Withdrawn 1979

Contents:
Concerning tithe rent charge for premises in the townships of Lawkland and Austwick due from Christopher Ingilby

Bill from Edward Webb & Sons, Seed Growers and Manure Manufacturers, Wordsley, Stourbridge  WYL826/143  Mar 1891

Contents:
To Mrs. Ingleby, Harden Cottage, Clapham for vegetable and flower seeds, addressed to Wm. Brown, gardener

Accounts of charges on income and income from property  WYL826/144  1905-1921

4 Items

Contents:
2 undated

Rough accounts of charges on income and income from property  WYL826/145  1924 & 1927

Part torn off

CORRESPONDENCE  [no ref. or date]

Letter book of Christopher Ingleby, Harden Cottage  WYL826/146  1875-1879

Archival history:
Withdrawn 1979. Returned 1994

Contents:
Containing copies of letters on local affairs, including parish business, schools and charities, estate business and personal matters, with index

Correspondence  WYL826/147  1877-1878

Archival history:
Withdrawn 1979. Returned 1994

Contents:
Concerning the expiry of Christopher Ingilby's lease of Austwick Tithe Barn from the Ecclesiastical Commissioners

Letter book of Christopher Ingleby, Harden Cottage  WYL826/148  1880-1885

Archival history:
Withdrawn 1979. Returned 1994

Contents:
Containing copies of letters on local affairs including charities and alterations to Austwick Church, estate business and personal matters including complaints to the Postmaster General and the Midland Railway Co., with index

LEASES AND TENANCY AGREEMENTS  [no ref. or date]

Lease  WYL826/149  9 Aug 1739

Contents:
From John Ingleby of Lawkland, esq., to William Pattison of Thorpe Moor House, yeoman, of Heads Farm and a field called Ramfield at West Thorp for 21 years at £58 annual rent

Lease  WYL826/150  5 Jun 1740

Contents:
From John Ingilby of Lawkland, esq., to John Foster of Armitstead, gent., of a farm called Thomas Brownes Farm, 2 closes called Parkinson Close and Bottom and 4 beastgates on the stinted pasture called Brunton in Lawkland for 21 years at £9 annual rent

Lease  WYL826/151  8 Jun 1748

Contents:
From John Stephen Ingilby of Lawkland Hall, esq., to William Nelson of Israel in the parish of Clapham, husbandman, of a messuage called White Cragg in Lawkland and closes called White Cragg Meadow, Rough Hill and Green Close for 21 years at £3. 5s. annual rent

Lease  WYL826/152  9 Jan 1769

Contents:
From John Stephen Ingleby of Lawkland Hall, esq., to John Jaques of Black Bank in the parish of Clapham, yeoman, of the messuage called Black Bank with lands, etc., and lands called White Cragg consisting of closes called White Cragg Meadow, Rough Close and Green Close for 14 years at £42 annual rent

Lease  WYL826/153  25 Jan 1774

Contents:
From John Stephen Ingleby of Lawkland Hall, esq., to Thomas Clapham of Borrens in the township of Lawkland, yeoman, of a messuage, outbuildings, garth and garden at Borrens, Two Out Banks, Heyla (?), Ridding, Little Closes, barn and shippen at the Hall, Pond Ings, Great Ings, Little Hawksmire, Fenbeck Ing, Two Barks with a barn called Bark Barn, winter rake in the Brown Bark for cattle at Bark Barn, herbage in Hall Moss, Two Wood Closes with a barn called Wood House, Brigs Close, Little Wood, Wood End, Town Closes, Petty Brows and Knot Copy in Lawkland for 13 years at £28 annual rent

Draft tenancy agreement  WYL826/154  1 Jun 1847

Contents:
Between Thomas Ingleby and Jonathan Morphet for a flag or slate quarry called Dry Ridge Quarry on Swarthmoor in the parish of Clapham for 5 years at £7 annual rent

Draft tenancy  WYL826/155  1848

Contents:
Agreement between Thomas Ingleby and John Bullock for a stone quarry at Eldroth Knotts in Lawkland

Draft tenancy agreement  WYL826/156  1848

Contents:
Between Thomas Ingleby and William Mercer for a stone quarry above the house called Melding Scale in the parish of Clapham

Draft tenancy agreement  WYL826/157  1848

Contents:
Between Thomas Ingleby and Messrs. John Carr and James Simpson for a farm called Black Bank in the parish of Clapham for 7 years at £155 annual rent

Draft tenancy agreement  WYL826/158  1849

Contents:
Between Thomas Ingleby and Edward and James Hodkinson for farms called Melding Scale and Brocklebank in the parish of Clapham for 7 years at £98 annual rent

Draft tenancy agreement  WYL826/159  1849

Contents:
Between Thomas Ingleby and John Winskill for a stone quarry at Eldroth Knotts in Lawkland

Draft tenancy agreement  WYL826/160  1849

Contents:
Between Thomas Ingleby and Thomas Kendal for a farm in Lawkland for 14 years at £250 annual rent

Draft tenancy agreement  WYL826/161  28 Jan 1851

Contents:
Between Christopher Ingleby and William Beecroft Abbotson for a farm called Gayclaps and closes in Austwick

Draft tenancy agreement  WYL826/162  1851

Contents:
Between Christopher Ingleby and John Carr for a farm in Austwick, altered as draft for agreement concerning a farm called Cragg Bank in Lawkland

Draft tenancy agreement  WYL826/163  1851

Contents:
Between Christopher Ingleby and Stanley Harrison for a farm in Lawkland

SURVEY  [no ref. or date]

Survey of the rectory or manor of Hutton Rudby  WYL826/164  Written 1699

Contents:
Made by William Mason giving areas of houses and garths, areas and names of meadow grounds, arable land and pasture and details of farms, including lands in open fields. Paper book with parchment cover
1628
At the back are memoranda by Arthur Ingleby concerning births and deaths of members of the Ingleby family, and the Rudby estate

MAPS  [no ref. or date]

Ordnance Survey 6" map of Lawkland and Giggleswick  WYL826/165  c.1910

Contents:
With part of Lawkland parish outlined in red
Sheet 131 S.E. ed. 1910

Ordnance Survey 6" map of Austwick  WYL826/166  1910

ENCLOSURE  [no ref. or date]

Agreement  WYL826/167  19 Jan 1756

Contents:
By John Stephen Ingleby, Henry Waddington, William Banks, Francis Lupton, Richard Clapham the younger, John Armitstead, Thomas Carr on behalf of Levet Harris, John Clapham, John Peacock, Richard Clapham and Richard Routledge for the division of the stinted pasture called Brunton or Bruntin in Lawkland
Award of William Bradley, Hugh Hall, Thomas Clapham and Thomas Armitstead
7 Dec. 1756
Endorsed is award concerning maintenance of fences
22 Oct. 1765

Lawyer's bill for Chancery suit  WYL826/168  1757-1758

Contents:
Of John Burton Doctor in Physic v. John Stephen Ingleby, esq., Troth Ingleby, widow, William Dawson, esq., Margaret Howson an infant, Adam Hardacre and Thomas Howson, concerning the proposed division of Birkwith Moor, for which a Chancery Bill was thought necessary, as one of the proprietors was an infant

Papers concerning Horton Inclosure  WYL826/169  1815-1822

Contents:
Notice from Alexander Calvert of boundaries fixed by him
11 July 1815
List of names with sums of money and numbers opposite (calculation of beastgates from ancient rents?) endorsed 'Fawcet Moor'
n.d
Notice to Thomas Ingleby that he is entitled to 7 sheepgates
29 March 1821
Notices to Thomas Ingleby of his share of assessments for the inclosure
May & Nov. 1821
Notices to Mrs. Isabella Clapham of her share of assessments
May & Nov. 1821
Letter from Alexander Calvert to Mrs. Clapham, Clapham, that Mr. Ford of Lancaster has entered 2 appeals against accounts and Calvert's proceedings as commissioner generally and that he will attend at the Golden Lion, Settle on 27 Mar with accounts and vouchers for inspection by the proprietors
28 Feb. 1822

MINERALS  [no ref. or date]


Related information: For quarries, see also Leases and Tenancy Agreements

Lease  WYL826/170  10 Mar 1735

Contents:
From John Ingleby of Lawkland, esq., to William Dawson of Langcliffe, esq., Charles Harris, esq., and Anthony Lister, gent., of Giggleswick, Robert Tatham of Stainforth, gent., John Lister, mercer, William Birbeck (signed Birkbeck) the elder and William Birbeck the younger of Settle, John Ridley of Lawkland, servant to John Ingleby and Thomas and Anthony King of Eldroth, yeomen, of coal royalty in the manor of Lawkland with Feizor for 15 years paying 2s. 6d. for every 100 horseloads of coal annually after the first 3 years

Lease  WYL826/171  20 Mar 1735

Archival history:
Counterpart withdrawn 1992. Returned 1994

Contents:
From John Ingleby of Lawkland, esq., to Charles Nowell of Giggleswick, esq., and Anthony Stoney of Austwick, yeoman, of royalty of lead in the manor of Lawkland with Feizor for 14 years, yielding a twelfth dish, share or part of lead. Also counterpart (with signatures cut off)

Lease  WYL826/172  6 Feb 1740

Contents:
From John Ingilby of Lawkland, esq., to John Ridley of Lawkland, yeoman, and Thomas Armitstead of Studfold, husbandman, of mines, delfs and quarries of blue slate in the manor of Lawkland for 7 years, yielding 10 shillings the first year, £1. 1s. the next 2 years and £3. 3s. annually thereafter

Lease  WYL826/173  30 Oct 1744

Archival history:
Withdrawn 1992. Returned 1994

Contents:
From John Stephen Ingilby of Lawkland, esq., to Richard Wilson of Malham Moor, miner, and Robert Hardcastle of Settle, shoemaker, of lead mines in any of Ingilby's lands in the manor of Lawkland for 21 years yielding a twelfth of lead, ore, tin etc

WOOD  [no ref. or date]

Bargain and sale  WYL826/174  13 Apr 1702

Contents:
From Margery Ingleby of Lawkland Hall, widow of Arthur Ingleby and John Ingleby of Lawkland Hall, gent., to John Moore of Eldroth, yeoman, James Hall of Settle, Robert Twisleton of Sherwood House and Robert Procter of Mearbeck, tanners, of 303 trees except 27 in Lawkland Wood

FAMILY RECORDS  [no ref. or date]

WILLS AND EXECUTORSHIP PAPERS (INGILBY AND RELATED FAMILIES)  [no ref. or date]

Copy will of Arthur Ingilby of Lawkland Hall, esq  WYL826/175  5 Jun 1701

Contents:
Referring to marriage settlement of his nephew (and heir) John Ingilby and appointing sums of money mentioned there, otherwise if the marriage does not take place leaving estates to John and legacies to nieces
(Copied 1715)

Probate copy will of Margery Ingleby of Lawkland Hall, widow of Arthur Ingleby  WYL826/176  3 Jan 1712

Conditions of access: Act of probate missing.

Contents:
Endorsed is receipt for £13 part of a legacy of £25
15 March 1716

Act of probate of Dame Mary (sic) Ingleby, late of Lawkland Hall, widow  WYL826/177  15 Sep 1713

Contents:
Granting administration to Mary Ingleby her daughter

Probate copy of the will of Charles Abbotson of North Cote in the parish of Burnsall, yeoman  WYL826/178  8 Apr 1734

Contents:
Made 24 Nov. 1719 leaving legacies to sons and daughters

Probate copy of the will of John Ingilby of Lawkland Hall, esq  WYL826/179  1 Dec 1743

Contents:
Made 8 Sept. 1743, charging estates with sums of money

Will of Troath Ingilby, widow of John Ingilby of Lawkland Hall, esq  WYL826/180  2 Mar 1755

Contents:
Leaving goods, clothes and jewellery. Written in her own hand

Copy will of Richard Hodgson of Westhouse in the parish of Thornton in Lonsdale, gent  WYL826/181  28 Jan 1783

Contents:
Leaving estates in Thornton in Lonsdale and his interest in coalmines in the manor of Burton in Lonsdale to his son Richard, and providing for his other children and his wife

Probate copy of the will of John Stephen Ingleby of Lawkland Hall in the parish of Clapham, esq  WYL826/182  25 Feb 1789

Contents:
Made 24 May 1782, leaving estates to his sister Margery Ann Ingleby of Lawkland Hall for life, and then to his cousin Columbus Ingleby of Austwick

Codicil to will of Columbus Ingleby of Austwick  WYL826/183  After 1789

Contents:
Leaving Thwaite Copy to his youngest son Arthur and concerning legacies to his daughters. First page only

Probate copy will of Columbus Ingleby of Austwick, esq  WYL826/184  23 Dec 1801

Contents:
Made 17 March 1789, leaving estates to his eldest son John Abbotson Ingleby and reciting deeds

Release  WYL826/185  23 Nov 1802

Contents:
From Agnes Ingleby of Austwick, spinster, to John Abbotson Ingleby of legacies and actions, reciting part of the will of Columbus Ingleby

Release  WYL826/186  23 Nov 1802

Contents:
From Ellen Abbotson Ingleby of Austwick, spinster, to John Abbotson Ingleby, her brother, for a legacy from her father, Columbus Ingleby

Release  WYL826/187  23 Nov 1802

Contents:
From Isabella Clapham of Clapham, widow, one of the daughters of Columbus Ingleby late of Austwick, esq., deceased, to John Abbotson Ingleby of legacies and actions, reciting part of Columbus Ingleby's will

Legacy receipt from Robert Ingleby for legacy from John Abbotson Ingleby  WYL826/188  20 May 1832

Legacy receipt from Columbus Ingleby for legacy from John Abbotson Ingleby  WYL826/189  30 May 1832

Receipts to Thomas Ingleby  WYL826/190  1836, 1843 & 1845

3 items

Contents:
For legacies under the will of John Abbotson Ingleby from Edward and Betsey Cox, John and Agnes Miller and Margaret Ingleby

Memorandum of receipt by (Stephen?) Ingleby of £30 from Thomas Ingleby and a further £10  WYL826/191  20 Mar 1838

Contents:
Also: Receipt from B. Ingleby to Thomas Ingleby for £50 money laid out for B. Ingleby's son William
2 July 1838
Authorisation by William Ingleby to Thomas Ingleby, executor of John Abbotson Ingleby, to retain £50 from a legacy due to him and pay it to his mother, it being the amount paid by her for his maintenance
12 July 1838

Probate copy of will of Isabella Clapham of Clapham, widow  WYL826/192  17 May 1843

Contents:
Made 23 Dec. 1837 leaving legacies to her sister, Ellen Abbotson Ingleby, brothers Charles and Arthur Ingleby, nephews, nieces, servants and the poor of Clapham and Newby

Legacy receipt from William Lawson  WYL826/193  Sep 1843

Contents:
For a legacy under the will of Isabella Clapham

Legacy receipts  WYL826/194  Sep 1843 & Jan 1844

Contents:
From Elizabeth Ingleby, Charles Ingleby and Arthur Ingleby and from Thomas Ingleby for William Lawson's legacy retained in trust for legacies under Isabella Clapham's will. Attached are receipts from Ellen Ingleby and Ann Gifford for legacies. Enclosed is a brief account of residuary legacies

Probate copy will of Christopher Clapham of Clapham, gent  WYL826/195  5 Mar 1794

Contents:
Made 19 Feb. 1789 leaving estates in trust for his son Christopher and legacies
Executorship papers of Isabella Clapham including extracts from her will, accounts of legacies, rent and funeral expenses, balance sheet, residuary accounts and legacy receipts for legacies retained in trust
1844

Papers relating to Thomas Ingleby, deceased  WYL826/196  1846-1886

Bill from George Hartley to Thomas Ingleby, esq., executor of Thomas Ingleby deceased  WYL826/196(a)  1846-48

Notice from Legacy Duty Department requesting account of Thomas Ingleby's estate and payment of legacy duties  WYL826/196(b)  7 Jun 1848

Residuary account of Thomas Ingleby late of Lawkland Hall who died 6 Dec 1846  WYL826/196(c)  9 Sep 1848

Residuary account of Thomas Ingleby late of Lawkland Hall who died 17 Feb 1850  WYL826/196(d)  1886

Contents:
And whose administration was granted to his brother Christopher Ingleby on 3 March 1882

Release  WYL826/197  7 Jan 1853

Contents:
From Thomas Bairstow of Royd Hill in the parish of Kildwick, esq., and Elizabeth his wife formerly Elizabeth Ingleby, John William Foster of Clapham, esq., and Ann his wife, formerly Ann Ingleby and Margaret Ingleby of Lawkland Green, spinster, to Christopher Ingleby of legacies under the will of Thomas Ingleby, Christopher's father

Residuary account of Arthur Ingleby late of Austwick who died 21 May 1852  WYL826/198  1853

Contents:
With list of legacies attached

Grant  WYL826/199  12 Nov 1853

Contents:
From Christopher Ingleby of Lawkland Hall, esq., to Agnes Powell, wife of Samuel Powell the younger of Harrogate, solicitor, of an annuity of £200, bequeathed to her by Arthur Ingleby, charged on closes in Austwick called The Croft, Bull Bank Pasture, Bull Bank Meadow, Rains, Delicate Park, Backhouse Close, Pinder Ing, Cartmell, Crowlake Hill, Thackaber, Near Flass, Far Flass, High Orcaber, Low Orcaber, Doctor Close, Flass, Spittal, Grimes Ing Meadow, Homestead, Gambles Butt, Town Croft and Low Holme

Legacy receipt  WYL826/200  Feb 1862

Contents:
For legacy to Christopher Brown under will of John Abbotson Ingleby, who died Oct. 1831

Release  WYL826/201  12 Jul 1838

Contents:
From William Ingleby late of Lancaster but now of 340 Strand, London, mercer and draper, one of the 4 children of Arthur Ingleby late of Lancaster, gent., deceased, and a legatee under the will of John Abbotson Ingleby, to Thomas Ingleby of legacy and actions, reciting part of John Abbotson Ingleby's will
Enclosed is letter from Farrer, Drury & Farrer, 66 Lincoln's Inn Fields to Geldard and Charlesworth, solicitors, Settle, asking for this deed to be sent to Messrs. Sharp
12 Aug. 1864

Grant  WYL826/202  3 Mar 1882

Contents:
To Christopher Ingleby of the administration of Thomas Ingleby late of Lawkland Hall, his brother

Grant  WYL826/203  8 Aug 1882

Contents:
To Christopher Ingleby of the administration of the unadministered personal estate of John Abbotson Ingleby who died 21 Oct 1831 with copy of will dated 16 May 1825 annexed

Instructions by Margaret Ingleby for her funeral  WYL826/204  23 Jan 1894

Contents:
And for notices to be inserted in the Yorkshire Post and a Harrogate paper before and after the funeral, addressed to Miss Esther Foster

Probate copy of the will of Margaret Ingleby of Harrogate, spinster  WYL826/205  30 Jan 1895

Contents:
Made 23 Jan. 1894 leaving legacies to Esther Foster and Dr. Dimmock and the residue of her estate to her nephew Arthur Ingilby

Residuary account of Margaret Ingleby late of Harrogate who died 22 Dec 1894  WYL826/206  1895

Receipt for duty on personal estate of Margaret Ingleby late of Harrogate  WYL826/207  25 Mar 1895

EXECUTORSHIP PAPERS (OTHER FAMILIES)  [no ref. or date]

Probate copy of the will and codicil of Isabel Shirburne of Stonyhurst, Lancs., widow  WYL826/208  Made 8 and 28 Mar 1694

Contents:
Leaving goods to be sold and the money bestowed on an inheritance, of which half to be for the town and parish of Burnley, half for the town and parish of Lawkland, and bequests of money, clothes etc., to various, including 'my Brother and Sister Ingleby'. Act of probate missing
Attached is query and opinion of W. Ferrers that the money should be applied to the township of Lawkland alone, not shared among the townships in the parish of Clapham
28 May 1726

Draft lease  WYL826/209  Apr 1709

Contents:
From John Ingleby son and heir of Columbus Ingleby of Austwick, esq., to Columbus Ingleby of lands called Knot Closes, Overmore Close, Petty Brows, Great Knot, Town Closes, Tenter Ing and White Cragg purchased by Arthur Ingleby in Lawkland and Feizor for 99 years as indemnity against payments due to the poor of Burnley, Lancs., and Clapham, Yorks., under the will of Isabel Sherburn of Stonyhurst, of which Arthur and Columbus were executors, John, on whom Arthur's real estate has been settled, having undertaken to pay this money

Probate copy of will of Thomas Mason of Clapham  WYL826/210  Made 22 Sep 1746

Contents:
Leaving leasehold estate to Archelaus Chapman, and legacies to various, including Ann Ingleby and the churchwardens and overseers of Clapham, and appointing Thomas Ingleby his executor. Act of probate gone
Endorsed is receipt for legacy for the poor of Clapham
17 Dec. 1750

Probate copy will of Ann Husband widow of John Husband late of Grenerig in the parish of Giggleswick  WYL826/211  8 Nov 1852

Contents:
Made 10 May 1751, appointing Ann and Thomas Ingleby her executors

Deed of indemnity  WYL826/212  1876-77

Contents:
From Hannah Geldard of Giggleswick, spinster, to Christopher Ingleby of Harden Cottage in the parish of Clapham, esq., concerning the investment of proceeds from the sale of an estate in Litton in the parish of Arncliffe devised by Elizabeth Geldard, 15 Apr 1876, with statement of proceeds, valuation, receipts for a dividend, and for costs of investment and solicitor's letter concerning documents re Mrs. Geldard's Trust

Account of Christopher Ingleby  WYL826/213  Nov 1884

Contents:
Surviving trustee under the will of Elizabeth Geldard, concerning the Litton estate, which has been sold, with receipts for payment of proceeds

Opinion of counsel  WYL826/214  Nov 1884

(Damaged)

Contents:
Concerning Elizabeth Geldard's trust involving the Arncliffe estate, with covering letter from William Hartley, solicitor, Settle, to Christopher Ingleby

PERSONAL ACCOUNTS  [no ref. or date]

'An account of ye money Mama Gave me since she pd me ye £10.10s. which was ye first she gave since papa dyed'  WYL826/215  Nov 1745 - May 1748

Contents:
Recording payments to buy clothes, help pay for a house at 'ye borrings' bought from Robert Stackhouse, etc., apparently written by a woman

Bond  WYL826/216  13 May 1880

Contents:
Of Christopher Ingleby of Harden Cottage, Austwick, esq., to Margaret Ingleby of Harrogate, spinster, in £5,000 to secure her an annuity of £140 for life
Attached is a memorandum that a note of this has been made in the books of the Legacy and Succession Duty Office
4 March 1895

Receipt  WYL826/217  28 May 1881

Contents:
From Ellen Jennings to Rev. Arthur Ingilby for principal and interest on a promissory note of the late Christopher Ingleby

Bills and vouchers  WYL826/218  1890

Contents:
To Arthur and Mrs. Ingleby, the Parsonage, Oban, and Mrs. Ingleby, Harden Cottage, for personal and household expenses, carriage, etc

CORRESPONDENCE  [no ref. or date]

Letter from Arthur Ingilby, Royal Highland Yacht Club, Oban  WYL826/219  18 Sep 1890

Contents:
To his mother, Harden Cottage, Clapham, hoping she will not be dull and asking if there is no one young who will stay with her, giving news of family, friends and a new horse

Letter from Arthur Ingilby, Oban  WYL826/220  25 Sep 1890

Contents:
To his mother, about designs, a trip he has made, Ella Ward and shooting at Austwick

Letters From Arthur Ingilby, Oban  WYL826/221  1 & 4 Oct 1890

2 Items

Contents:
To his mother at Harden Cottage, Clapnam, giving news of friends and reporting that he has a 'gathered toe'

Letter from Arthur Ingilby, Oban  WYL826/222  8 Oct 1890

Conditions of access: Withdrawn 1979

Contents:
To his mother, concerning an injured foot, the expiry of Watkins' lease of Lawkland Hall and family news, with a suggested inscription for a memorial to Christopher Ingleby

Letters from Alice and Mabel Foster, Coombe Pyne  WYL826/223  26 & 28 Dec 1890

Contents:
To their 'Aunt Ingleby' Mrs. Ingleby, Harden Cottage, Austwick, thanking her for books and telling her what other presents they have

Letter from 'Kathleen', 24 Vanbrugh Park, Blackheath, S.E  WYL826/224  2 Jan 1891

Contents:
To her Aunt Anne, Mrs. Ingleby, Harden Cottage, Clapham, thanking her for a present and giving family news

Letter from Miss B. Campas, Glenflochan, Oban  WYL826/225  2 Jan 1891

Contents:
To Mrs. Ingleby, Harden Cottage, Clapham, sending best wishes for the coming year, and concerning amateur theatricals and news of family and friends

Letter from Arthur Ingleby, Oban  WYL826/226  8 Jan 1891

Contents:
To his mother, Harden Cottage, Clapham, concerning a saddle and harness and the effects of the railway strike, and giving news of various people

Letter from Arthur Ingilby, Oban  WYL826/227  16 Jan 1891

Contents:
To his mother at Harden Cottage, Clapham, about family doings

MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

Visitors' book  WYL826/228  1896 - 1920

Picture postcard  WYL826/229  1929

Contents:
Showing lectern in memory of Rev. Arthur Ingilby, addressed to Miss Ingilby, Harden, Austwick

LEGAL PAPERS  [no ref. or date]

Letter from James Farrer, attorney, Clapham  WYL826/230  23 Feb 1760

Contents:
To John Stephen Ingleby, esq., Lawkland, with a copy of a letter from his London agent, concerning the defendants' bill of costs in re Ingleby, esq., and Leeming and others

Copy declaration in suit in Common Pleas  WYL826/231  Michaelmas Term 1786

Contents:
Brought by Thomas Calverley against Edmund Bolland on a plea of trespass on the case, alleging that Edmund has had his oats ground elsewhere than at Thomas's mills called Kettlesbeck Mills in Lawkland, where they ought to have been ground

Letter from T. Eastham, Kirby Lonsdale  WYL826/232  27 Feb 1841

Contents:
To Thomas Ingleby, Lawkland Hall, concerning the hearing of a case in which he thinks they will be able to present evidence satisfactorily establishing the claim of a right of common

Letter from T. Eastham, Kirkby Lonsdale  WYL826/233  1841

Contents:
To Thomas Ingleby, Lawkland Hall, referring to Dawson's case, with an extract from his agent's letter about the venue of another suit related to Dawson's. Torn

Copy decree of Duchy of Lancaster in 1573  WYL826/234  19th cent

Contents:
Concerning leases of customary land or of Skew and Lickerhead in the manor of Newby, and copy inquisition made 12 Apr 1833 that Thomas Ingleby of Lawkland is heir and devisee of John A. Ingleby. Marked: 'require the admittance of Mr. Dudgeon'

Formal note from Mr. Dudgeon, Settle  WYL826/235  7 Apr 1841

Contents:
To Thos. Ingleby, returning deeds lent to him

Letter from T. Eastham, Kirkby Lonsdale  WYL826/236  1 May 1841

Part torn off.

Contents:
To Thomas Ingleby, Lawkland Hall, explaining what happened in a case against 'Dawson' over common right for cattle and saying that the undersheriff was wrong to give a certificate that the action was brought to try a right, besides the right to recover damages

Letter from --------, Bentham  WYL826/237  3 Sep 1855

Contents:
To John Ingleby, Lawkland Hall, referring to a Mr. Eastham, who is thinking of 'disturbing the award' and W. Kilburn who is 'dreadfully harrassed'

Case and opinion of John Forbes  WYL826/238  1875

Contents:
Concerning right to cut pea-sticks, hedge and gather nuts on Oxenber Pasture, reciting part of the Enclosure Act

CHRISTOPHER INGLEBY, SOLICITOR  [no ref. or date]

Letter book of Christopher Ingleby, Settle  WYL826/239  1848-50

Contents:
Containing copies of letters, mainly on legal business with some on his brother's estate affairs and the manor of Lawkland, of which he was steward, with an index

Draft lease  WYL826/240  7 Dec 1847

Contents:
From Thomas Crook of Liverpool, accountant, Thomas Ainsworth Crook of Rochdale, wine merchant and John Blackburn of Liverpool, woollen draper, devisees in trust of Thomas Woods late of Lancaster, ironmonger, to John Johnson the elder of Paley Green in the parish of Giggleswick farmer and John Johnson the younger of Huntworth in the parish of Giggleswick, farmer, of a farm called Gildersleets in the parish of Giggleswick for 7 years at £150 annual rent

Draft conveyance  WYL826/241  1848

Contents:
From Jane Watkinson of Halifax, spinster, to Jane Knowles of Gargrave, spinster, of 4 dales on Lawkland Moss

'A Copy of Voters in the several parishes at full length that voted for Denison'  WYL826/242  1848

Contents:
Recording the results of canvassing in Horton in Ribblesdale, Lawkland, Clapham cum Newby and Austwick

Schedules of creditors, debtors, property etc  WYL826/243  10 Feb 1849

Contents:
Of John Slinger, in Lancaster Prison as an insolvent debtor

Draft tenancy agreement  WYL826/244  May 1849

Contents:
Between John Dawson and Anthony Cragg for Brunton House in the parish of Clapham

Draft memorial for registration at Wakefield of a deed  WYL826/245  10 Sep 1849


Related information: (See WYL826/126)

Contents:
Between John Robert Mills and William Mosley Perfect of the first part, Thomas Bairstow and John William Foster of the second part, Thomas Ingleby of the third part and Arthur Ingleby of the fourth part concerning the manor of Lawkland

Draft apprenticeship indenture  WYL826/246  Dec 1849

Contents:
Binding Daniel Lancaster son of Daniel Lancaster of Settle, tanner, apprentice to Darius Janson of Settle, tinner and iron plate worker

Draft assignment  WYL826/247  1849

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From - Gornal and Agnes his wife to Betty Batty of Knight Stainforth and John Batty of the same place of an annuity of £5 bequeathed to Agnes Gornal by John Batty

Draft assignment  WYL826/248  8 Jan 1850

Contents:
From James Gornall of Studfield in the parish of Horton in Ribblesdale, farmer and Agnes his wife to Betty Batty of Knight Stainforth, widow, and John Batty of the same, farmer, of an annuity of £5 bequeathed to Agnes Gornal by John Batty

Draft will of Mary Sedgwick of Stainforth, spinster  WYL826/249  1850

Draft will of William Baxter of Austwick, yeoman  WYL826/250  1852

Draft agreement  WYL826/251  1864

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Between Francis Marsden of Austwick, joiner, and Thomas Clapham, John Ingleby and Christopher Ingleby, esquires, concerning alterations to Austwick School

SCHOOLS AND CHARITIES  [no ref. or date]

Extract from will of W. Ellis  WYL826/252  Copied 1796 or after

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Leaving a messuage called Newby Hall in Clapham and lands to trustees for the maintenance of the minister of Clapham parish church, payment of a schoolmaster or mistress and buying books for the scholars

Copy opinion of R. Richards, Lincolns Inn  WYL826/253  27 May 1809

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Concerning the will of 'Mr. Ellis' who left an estate to trustees to endow a charity

Copy draft declaration  WYL826/254  1 Oct 1831

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By Rev. John Clapham of Giggleswick, clerk, James William Farrer of Ingleborough, esq., one of the Masters of the High Court of Chancery, Oliver Farrer of Ingleborough, esq., Charles Ingleby of Austwick, esq., Ellen Abbotson Ingleby of the same, spinster, Arthur Ingleby of Crow Nest, esq., and Thomas Redmayne of Austwick, gent., that Thomas Clapham of Giggleswick, esq., son of John Clapham, James William Farrer, Oliver Farrer, Charles Ingleby, Arthur Ingleby and Thomas Redmayne hold a sum of £520 subscribed by the parties of the first part in trust to invest it at interest and apply it for the education of 13 children of Austwick, with provisions for appointment of schoolmaster, subjects to be taught, nomination of children, auditing of accounts and new trustees

Accounts of charities for the poor of Lawkland  WYL826/255  1844-1882

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With a note of interest from Lawsons Charity paid to Eldroth School (n.d.) and a receipt for money belonging to the trustees of Eldroth School (1848). The entries up to 1851 have evidently been copied from another account book

Letter from William James Farrer, 66 Lincoln's Inn Fields  WYL826/256  19 Apr 1882

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To Rev. M. F. Farrer, Cunismore Gardens, South Kensington, concerning the money belonging to Austwick School

Letter from M. F. Farrer, Ingleborough  WYL826/257  3 Aug 1882

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To 'Ingleby' concerning the trusteeship of Austwick school and the improbability of his purchasing the Newby Hall (Vicarage Farm) Estate

Appointment by Charity Commission  WYL826/258  1882

Printed.

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Contents:
Of the vicar and churchwardens of Clapham as trustees of the Sunday School Fund and Elizabeth Clapham's Charity

BROWN FAMILY RECORDS  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
James Batty Brown married Ellen Ingleby in 1814. Their son Christopher died intestate in 1886. Among his next of kin were Christopher Ingleby and the other surviving children of Thomas Ingleby and Margaret Brown, who were therefore cousins on both the paternal and maternal sides.

ESTATE PAPERS  [no ref. or date]

Survey of Christopher Brown's estates in Stainforth, Cowside, Sherwood House and Capponhaw (Capon Hall)  WYL826/259  1796

Paper book.


Related information: See also DW 674

Contents:
Giving field-names, areas by customary and statute measure and accounts of land tax and assessments

Note of land tax and poor sess  WYL826/260  Late 18th cent

Contents:
Payable by Mr. Brown, with some calculations

WILLS  [no ref. or date]

Copy will of Christopher Litton of Hill Top in the parish of Horton in Ribblesdale, yeoman  WYL826/261  11 Dec 1737

Contents:
Leaving freehold estate in the parish of Horton in Ribblesdale to his grandson Christopher Clapham, and customary estate in the same parish, part of the manor of Newby, to his grandson John Batty
(Copied 1798)

Copy will of Christopher Brown of Stainforth, esq  WYL826/262  13 Nov 1834

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Leaving premises called Cowside and Goaskers to Thomas Ingleby and William Howson in trust to maintain his nephew Christopher Brown until he is 23

Copy will and codicil of Isabella Brown of Stainforth under Barge, widow  WYL826/263  27 Feb and 13 Dec 1838

Contents:
Leaving money

Summary of will of Christopher Brown  WYL826/264  n.d. c. 1839

Contents:
Leaving estates to A. Stackhouse and T. Ingleby in trust for his sons

CORRESPONDENCE  [no ref. or date]

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/265  4 Oct 1771

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To his brother, Thomas Brown, Stainforth, concerning the affairs of their late brother

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/266  23 Jul 1779

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To his nephew Christopher Brown, Stainforth, concerning weather, crops and cattle

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/267  2 Oct 1782

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To his nephew (Christopher Brown, Stainforth) concerning his (Christopher's) marriage and asking for a copy of his (James') brother Thomas's will

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/268  25 Nov 1782

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To his nephew (Christopher Brown, Stainforth) thanking him for copying a will, and saying that the journey on horseback to Stainforth would be too much for him and that Col. Harvey's West Riding Yorkshire Militia are there

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/269  14 Feb 1783

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To his nephew (Christopher Brown, Stainforth) saying that he sees little prospect of being able to visit him this summer and asking about horses

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/270  21 Apr 1783

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To his nephew, Christopher Brown, Stainforth, saying that he has been thinking of selling out his stock in public funds and buying an annuity

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/271  19 May 1783

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To his nephew, Christopher Brown, Stainforth, concerning annuities and stock

Letter from (Christopher Brown) Stainforth  WYL826/272  20 Jun 1783

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To his uncle, Rev. Mr. Brown, Ipswich, saying that he is willing to grant him an annuity and discussing security and the remittance of the money

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/273  27 Jun 1783

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To his nephew, Christopher Brown, Stainforth, concerning the purchase of an annuity

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/274  30 Jul 1783

Contents:
To his nephew Christopher Brown, Stainforth, concerning financial affairs and the purchase of an annuity and explaining the difficulties for him of a journey to Settle

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/275  10 Sep 1783

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To his nephew (Christopher Brown, Stainforth) concerning the purchase of an annuity and the way in which he will send money by post and wishing his nephew joy of his son

Letter from J. Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/276  14 Jan 1784

Contents:
To his nephew (Christopher Brown, Stainforth) concerning a letter enclosed for Mr. Carr and the weather. Some calculations on the back

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/277  26 Mar 1784

Contents:
To his nephew, Mr. Brown, Stainforth, concerning notes and the difficulty of obtaining franks
Inside is a draft letter to Rev. James Brown concerning bills which have gone astray
3 Aug. 1786

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/278  26 May 1784

Contents:
To his nephew (Christopher Brown, Stainforth) saying that he is glad the notes arrived safely, that he has heard a deed has been executed and has been busy with elections and the Bishop's primary visitation and concerning the weather

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/279  23 Jul 1784

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To his nephew (Christopher Brown, Stainforth) concerning turnips and black fly and the paying of his annuity

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/280  27 Feb 1784

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To his nephew (Christopher Brown, Stainforth) concerning the weather, cattle and payment of money

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/281  5 Jan 1785

Contents:
To his nephew (Christopher Brown, Stainforth) concerning the remittance of money by frank, and the weather

Letter from J. Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/282  28 Feb 1785

Contents:
To his nephew, Christopher Brown, Stainforth, acknowledging receipt of a draft for part of his annuity and suggesting how a dog might be taken to him by Mr. Taylor and Mr. Fountain who are going to the north in the summer

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/283  29 Jul 1785

Contents:
To his nephew, Mr. Brown, Stainforth, concerning the remittance of bills and wishing him joy of his second son

Letter from J. Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/284  27 Jan 1786

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To his nephew, Christopher Brown, Stainforth, complaining that although he has sent a frank, he has received neither a bill for part of his annuity, nor a letter to let him know why a bill is not being sent

Letter from J. Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/285  28 Jun 1786

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To his nephew (Christopher Brown, Stainforth) concerning bills, the weather and crops

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/286  29 Jul 1786

Contents:
To his nephew, (Christopher Brown, Stainforth) concerning the sending of money by post, the weather and crops

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/287  13 Nov 1786

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To his nephew, (Christopher Brown, Stainforth) saying that he has had an offer of an estate of £60 a year on mortgage and asking who has bought Stainforth Hall

Letter from J. Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/288  7 Mar 1787

Contents:
To his nephew (Christopher Brown, Stainforth) sending him a frank, and asking about a John Peart of Settle, who wants to purchase a Mr. Layton's estate near Otley

Letter from J. Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/289  14 May 1787

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To his nephew, Mr. Brown, Stainforth, concerning his (the nephew's) sister's death, money, and the living of Blaxall

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/290  16 Jul 1787

Contents:
To his nephew, (Christopher Brown, Stainforth) concerning the remittance of James Brown's annuity, the weather, and turnips

Letter from J. Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/291  24 Aug 1787

Contents:
To his nephew (Christopher Brown, Stainforth) acknowledging bills in payment of his annuity, and concerning the price of hay

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/292  4 Jan 1788

Contents:
To his nephew (Christopher Brown, Stainforth) concerning notes, a loan he has made and weather
On the back are a note of payments to or by Matthew Loftas and some calculations
1788

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/293  7 Apr 1788

Contents:
To his nephew, Christopher Brown, Stainforth, concerning a bill on which payment was refused and the cattle market

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/294  21 May 1788

Contents:
To his nephew (Christopher Brown, Stainforth) hoping that the failures in Lancashire have not affected him and wondering if he has found a horse

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/295  1 Aug 1788

Contents:
To his nephew, (Christopher Brown, Stainforth) concerning the purchase of a horse and his mare which has had a fall

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/296  19 Sep 1788

Contents:
To his nephew, Mr. Brown, Stainforth, concerning a mare and a horse and suggesting that something be given to Mr. Batty's son

Letter from J. Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/297  1 Dec 1788

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To his nephew, (Christopher Brown, Stainforth) mentioning interest rates and his horse

Letter from J. Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/298  4 Feb 1789

Contents:
To his nephew, (Christopher Brown, Stainforth) concerning the sum to be given to 'young Mr. Batty' asking for bills at the beginning of Apr and concerning the weather and the mare

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/299  13 Apr 1789

Contents:
To his nephew, (Christopher Brown, Stainforth) acknowledging receipt of notes for part of his annuity and concerning the mare, the weather and its effects

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/300  7 Aug 1789

Contents:
To his nephew (Christopher Brown, Stainforth) concerning the weather, turnips and harvest

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/301  28 Aug 1789

Contents:
To his nephew, (Christopher Brown, Stainforth) acknowledging receipt of notes in payment of his annuity and concerning the weather

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/302  22 Jan 1790

Contents:
To his nephew, Mr. Brown, Stainforth, mentioning the death of his (the nephew's) mother, the birth of his daughter, the weather and crops

Letter from James Brown to his nephew  WYL826/303  Feb ?ND

Contents:
Mr. Brown, Stainforth, concerning his sister's death and the Post Office. Inside are notes of some accounts and calculations. The date has been torn off

Letter from J. Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/304  26 Feb 1790

Contents:
To his nephew, Mr. Brown, Stainforth, acknowledging receipt of notes, referring to 'Betty's' death and concerning a horse

Letter from J. Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/305  12 Jul 1790

Contents:
To his nephew, (Christopher Brown, Stainforth) concerning crops and weather and referring to a county election

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/306  16 Aug 1790

Contents:
To his nephew, (Christopher Brown, Stainforth) concerning notes due to him, the weather and crops
On the back are accounts of payments for rent

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/307  8 Oct 1790

Contents:
To his nephew, (Christopher Brown, Stainforth) saying that 2 notes have arrived paying his annuity to 12th May and concerning the harvest and the weather

Letter from J. Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/308  17 Jan 1791

Contents:
To his nephew, (Christopher Brown, Stainforth) concerning the weather and his money

Letter from J. Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/309  7 Feb 1791

Contents:
To his nephew, (Christopher Brown, Stainforth) concerning a mortgage, weather and turnips

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/310  4 Mar 1791

Contents:
To his nephew, (Christopher Brown, Stainforth) acknowledging receipt of bank bills in payment of his annuity and referring to a loan
On the back is a letter from Christopher Brown, Stainforth, to his wife
19 June 1791

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/311  4 Jul 1791

Contents:
To his nephew, (Christopher Brown, Stainforth) concerning drought, crops, the prospect of putting out money on a mortgage and the drawing of notes

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/312  16 Jan 1792

Contents:
To his nephew, (Christopher Brown, Stainforth) concerning the number of new banks and the weather

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/313  6 Aug 1792

Contents:
To his nephew, (Christopher Brown, Stainforth) concerning the weather and harvest, asking if he can dispose of £500 in his neighbourhood, and referring to a decrease in the value of money

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/314  7 Sep 1792

Contents:
To his nephew, Mr. Brown, Stainforth, concerning payment of his annuity and his horse which he has now sold

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/315  26 Sep 1792

Contents:
To his nephew, Mr. Brown, Stainforth, concerning the way he has been advised to remit money

Letters from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/316  22 Oct and 7 Dec 1792

2 Items

Contents:
To his nephew, Mr. Brown, Stainforth, concerning the remittance of money to the Craven Bank in Settle, loans, mortgages and interest

Letter from J. Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/317  23 Nov 1792

Contents:
To his nephew, acknowledging receipt of a note and saying that he has paid his bank £300 to remit to the Bank in Settle

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/318  22 Feb 1793

Contents:
To his nephew, (Christopher Brown, Stainforth) acknowledging receipt of a note for £500 and concerning the price of turnips and hay

Letter from J. Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/319  29 Jul 1793

Contents:
To his nephew, Mr. Brown, Stainforth, condoling with him on the death of his son and concerning the weather, crops and money

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/320  6 Jan 1794

Contents:
To his nephew, Mr. Brown, Stainforth, concerning finance, the weather and the price of turnips

Letter from J. Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/321  24 Jan 1794

Contents:
To his nephew, (Christopher Brown, Stainforth) concerning business with the bank, and saying that the majority in both Houses for continuing the war should raise the value of money

Letter from J. Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/322  5 Feb 1794

Contents:
To his nephew, (Christopher Brown, Stainforth) concerning money paid into the Craven Bank

Letter from J. Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/323  21 Feb 1794

Contents:
To his nephew, (Christopher Brown, Stainforth) acknowledging receipt for part of his annuity and interest on a note, and giving his views on how children should write

Letter from J. Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/324  25 Jul 1794

Contents:
To his nephew, concerning payment of his annuity, the weather and its effect on crops

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/325  22 Aug 1794

Contents:
To his nephew, Mr. Brown, Stainforth, saying he has had a draft from the Craven Bank paying his annuity up to Mayday and concerning the weather and turnips

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/326  30 Jan 1795

Contents:
To his nephew, (Christopher Brown, Stainforth) concerning interest rates

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/327  27 Feb 1795

Contents:
To his nephew, Mr. Brown, Stainforth, acknowledging receipt of Mr. Ingilby's note which pays his annuity and interest and supposing that Ingilby is not of the same family as their relations in Austwick

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/328  27 Jul 1795

Contents:
To his nephew, Mr. Brown, Stainforth, concerning crops

Letter from J. Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/329  7 Sep 1795

Contents:
To his nephew, Mr. Brown, Stainforth, concerning a scarcity and the harvest

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/330  18 Sep 1795

Contents:
To his nephew, Mr. Brown, Stainforth, acknowledging receipt of a note

Letter from J. Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/331  25 Nov 1795

Contents:
To his nephew, Mr. Brown, Stainforth, concerning the putting out of money, which J. Brown thinks should be at 5% interest

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/332  19 Feb 1796

Contents:
To his nephew, Mr. Brown, Stainforth, acknowledging receipt for a note in payment of his annuity, interest on a bond and other notes and concerning the weather

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/333  16 May 1796

Contents:
To his nephew, (Christopher Brown, Stainforth) concerning annuities, the weather and barley

Letter from James Brown, Ipswich  WYL826/334  24 May 1796

Contents:
To his nephew, Christopher Brown, Stainforth, acknowledging receipt of a bill in payment of part of his annuity and referring to the election

EXECUTORSHIP OF REV. JAMES BROWN  [no ref. or date]

Letter from Wm. Layton, Ipswich  WYL826/335  6 Sep 1796

Contents:
To Mr. C. Brown, Stainforth, informing him of his uncle's death and the terms of his will. Also another version, only slightly different, sent by frank

Letter from Wm. Layton, Ipswich  WYL826/336  14 Sep 1796

Contents:
To Mr. Brown, Stainforth, concerning Brown's uncle's will and his funeral

Letter from Wm. Layton, Ipswich  WYL826/337  1 Nov 1796

Contents:
To Mr. Brown, Stainforth, concerning the proving of the will (of James Brown) stock and other financial affairs concerning Brown's estate

Letter from Wm. Layton, Ipswich  WYL826/338  11 Jan 1797

Contents:
To Mr. Brown, Stainforth, concerning the living of Blaxhall and the house purchase

Letter from Wm. Layton, Ipswich  WYL826/339  27 Jan 1797

Contents:
To Mr. Brown, Stainforth, concerning accounts and a conveyance

Letter from Wm. Layton, Ipswich  WYL826/340  1 Feb 1797

Contents:
To Mr. Brown, Stainforth, concerning the purchase money for the house, valuation of fixtures and funeral and other expenses

Notes and queries by William Layton on Rev. James Brown's estate  WYL826/341  n.d [1797]

Contents:
And whether his executor is liable for duty, with instructions that Mr. Brown ask Mr. Carr's opinion, and have a case made for counsel's opinion if necessary

Letter from Wm. Layton, Ipswich  WYL826/342  24 Feb 1797

Contents:
To Mr. Brown, Stainforth, enclosing a draft and stamp office receipts and saying that he has sent for counsel's opinion

Extract from account of Rev. Wm. Layton as executor of Rev. James Brown deceased  WYL826/343  Feb 1797

Contents:
Showing payments to Brown and Stackhouse with a reference to a conversation at Ipswich

Letter from Wm. Layton, Ipswich  WYL826/344  27 Apr 1797

Contents:
To Mr. Brown, Stainforth, concerning a mortgage on the Allington Estate with a copy of a letter from Wm. Pearson to Layton about this

Letter from Wm. Layton, Ipswich  WYL826/345  14 Jul 1797

Contents:
To Mr. Brown, Stainforth, enclosing drafts and notes and concerning the weather and prices

Formal note from Mr. Layton, Ipswich  WYL826/346  14 Jul 1797

Contents:
To Mr. James Batty Brown, Stainforth, concerning a book selected by him for his late friend's godson

Letter from William Layton, Ipswich  WYL826/347  14 Aug 1797

Contents:
To Mr. Brown, Stainforth, concerning a Stamp Office Receipt which he has not received

Letter from Wm. Layton, Ipswich  WYL826/348  25 Aug 1797

Contents:
To Mr. Brown, Stainforth, concerning his sister's visit to Kirkby Moorside, their inability to accept Brown's invitation, the death of a friend and Mr. Taylor's health

Letter from Wm. Layton, Ipswich  WYL826/349  4 Sep 1797

Contents:
To Mr. Brown, Stainforth, saying that he is promised £700 on one of the mortgage securities at Old Michaelmas

Letter from Marianne Layton, Kirby Moorside  WYL826/350  8 Sep 1797

Contents:
To Mrs. Brown, Stainforth, declining an invitation to visit Stainforth

Letter from Wm. Layton, Ipswich  WYL826/351  9 Oct 1797

Contents:
To Mr. Brown, Stainforth, saying that he and his sister have returned home, with some account of the journey, and that he encloses 2 drafts and a Stamp Office Receipt to be signed

Letter from Wm. Layton, Ipswich  WYL826/352  7 Feb 1798

Contents:
To Mr. Brown, Stainworth, concerning his account, annuities and a mortgage

Copy of S. Ribbans's bill, for funeral expenses (of James Brown) 1796  WYL826/353  7 Feb 1798

Contents:
And copy of memorandum given by James Brown to Mr. Fonnereau, 12 Nov 1794, concerning great tithes of Tudenham, sent to Mr. Brown, Stainforth

Letter from Wm. Layton, Ipswich  WYL826/354  22 Mar 1798

Contents:
To Mr. Brown, Stainforth, concerning payment of an annuity to Brown and Stackhouse, giving instructions for endorsing Bank Post Bills and applying for a power of attorney

Letter from Wm. Layton, Ipswich  WYL826/355  13 Aug 1798

Contents:
(To Christopher Brown, Stainforth) concerning James Batty Brown's handwriting, the death of Mr. Taylor, the advowson of Blaxhall, the weather, crops and prices

Letter from Wm. Layton, Ipswich  WYL826/356  20 Sep 1798

Contents:
To Mr. Brown, Stainforth, asking him to seal an enclosed document and forward it to Mr. Abbotson and concerning a vacant living the payment of the annuity and a mortgage

Letter from Wm. Layton, Ipswich  WYL826/357  19 Oct 1798

Contents:
To Mr. Brown, Stainforth, concerning Rev. Charles Brooke's presentation to Blaxhall on Agnes Ingleby's presentation, drafts of £784 each for Brown and Stackhouse, his sister's health and the barracks at Ipswich

Letter from Wm. Layton, Ipswich  WYL826/358  10 May 1799

Contents:
To Mr. Brown, Stainforth, explaining that he is unable to send a final statement of his account this week, saying that his sister has been unwell, giving prices of meat and mentioning floods in Cambridgeshire

Letter from Lord Chedworth  WYL826/359  n.d

Contents:
(To Christopher Brown) thanking him and Mr. Stackhouse for his (Brown's) late uncle's books

RECIPES  [no ref. or date]

Recipe book containing recipes for wines, cakes, biscuits, puddings etc  WYL826/360  1814

Recipe book  WYL826/361  n.d. [19th century]

Contents:
Containing recipes for wines, puddings, cakes, gingerbread, roast kidney, cure for back ache etc

Recipe for macaroons, addressed to Mrs. Brown, Stainforth  WYL826/362  1813 or later

Recipe for 'Strengthening Medicine'  WYL826/363  1827

Recipe for making yeast  WYL826/364  1838 or later

Recipe for a pickle for beef, pork, etc  WYL826/365  Early 19th cent

Recipe for wine from planetree juice  WYL826/366  Early 19th cent

Contents:
Addressed to Mrs. Brown, Stainforth

Recipes for wine from planetree juice and 'Buiscuit Cake'  WYL826/367  Early 19th cent

Recipe apparently for dandelion wine  WYL826/368  Early 19th cent

Recipe for ginger beer  WYL826/369  Early 19th cent

Recipe for lemon cheese  WYL826/370  Early 19th cent

Recipe for crisp biscuits  WYL826/371  Early 19th cent

Recipe for lemon drops  WYL826/372  Early 19th cent

MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

Receipted bill for candles bought by Mrs. Brown from Peter Skirrow, Settle  WYL826/373  29 Feb 1828

Pedigrees of Brown family 1782-1886 and of Ingilby family, 1764-1886  WYL826/374  1887

Contents:
In paper re Christopher Brown, deceased, son of James Batty Brown and Ellen Ingleby. Addressed to Christopher Ingleby, Harden Cottage, Clapham

LITERARY AND ANTIQUARIAN  [no ref. or date]

Copy of the poem 'Journey of John Gilpin' etc  WYL826/375  Late 18th cent

'Sunday School Instruction, for the Use of Hambledon, Bucks.'  WYL826/376  1819

Contents:
Printed at Henley-on-Thames by G. Norton. Marked: 'Isabella Ingleby the gift of her Aunt Ellen Ingleby'

Translations of several religious documents  WYL826/377  Early 19th cent

Archival history:
Withdrawn 1979. Returned 1994

Contents:
Comprising a letter allegedly written by Christ and found 18 miles from Iconium, with an account of its discovery, King Agbarus's letter to Christ and Christ's reply and Lentules's epistle to the Roman Senate

Notes of Columbus Inglebie's trial for the murder of Brian Redman, 1662, taken from the depositions in York Castle  WYL826/378  ND

Contents:
And of lists of recusants from Austwick, Clapham, Horton, Slaidburn, Stainforth and Broughton confined in York Castle, 1666. Marked 'Something to read while smoking your pipe. With E. Clayton's kind remembrances.'

MISCELLANEOUS WILLS  [no ref. or date]

Probate copy of the will of Francis Gale of Acomb Grange, esq., made 28 Nov 1561  WYL826/379  9 Dec 1561

Contents:
Bequeathing his soul to God and St. Mary, leaving money to 'my Curat' and the parish clerk, silver to his wife and son, a 15 year lease of his house in York to his 'brother' Sir William Malorie, a lease of land in Catton to his 'brother' Ralph Hall and land and rents in Wilberfoss and Newton to his children

Will of Robert Pullaine of Kilnsey in Craven, yeoman  WYL826/380  28 Apr 1674

Contents:
Leaving estates in Kilnsey in trust to pay legacies to George, Lawrence and Richard Armistead and Bartholomew, Margaret and Robert Armistead

Probate copy of the will of Obadiah Parkinson of Charnock Richard, Lancs  WYL826/381  Will made 24 Mar 1747

Contents:
Leaving effects to wife and son and various legacies, and appointing Roger Scarisbrick and John Bolton his executors. Act of probate missing

Probate copy of the will of George Scarsbrick of Skerton, Lancs., made 1 May 1752  WYL826/382  11 Dec 1752

Contents:
Leaving an annuity, rents and sums of money, proved in Skerton manor court

MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

Bond  WYL826/383  17 May 1787

Contents:
Of Richard Hodgson of Westhouse in the parish of Thornton-in-Lonsdale, gent., to Isabella Remington of Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmorland, widow, in £400 to secure payment of £200

Plan of the proposed Cheltenham, Oxford and London Junction Railway  WYL826/384  ND [19th century]

Contents:
Showing the line of the railway between Cheltenham and Didcote, and proposed line to Maidenhead, and railway network from Brighton, Southampton, London and Bristol as far as Liverpool and Manchester

ADDITIONAL (COURT BOOKS)  [no ref. or date]

Copies information: Also available on microfilm


Court book for manor of Lawkland (with Feizor)  WYL826/385  1850 - 1895

Court book for manor of Lawkland (with Feizor)  WYL826/386  1858 - 1925

Court book for manor of Lawkland (with Feizor)  WYL826/387  1895 - 1935

Source of acquisition: (Accession 2065, acquired by Col.Field from Mr. Hyslop's office at Settle).


ADDITIONAL (DEEDS)  [no ref. or date]

Archival history:
Some of these records were formerly in the office of Mr. Hyslop, solicitor at Settle, and some were found in Austwick Church Hall (as indicated). The remainder were acquired by Col. Field from an unidentified local source.

Source of acquisition: Accession 2065
Deposited by Lt-Col. G.W.H.Field in 1977.



Related information: The deposit also included a court book for the manor of Lawkland with Feizor, for which see the original list.

Deeds relating to premises in Giggleswick, Austwick and Feizor, mostly belonging to the Lupton family  WYL826/388  1593 - 1664

Portfolio of 8 deeds

Repaired but further damaged by subsequent exposure to damp.

Bargain and sale of lands in Austwick called Somerbanke to be held in trust  WYL826/388/1  ?16 May 1593

Contents:
Thomas Hale of Giggleswick, chapman, to Thomas Stackhowse and William Carr of Lanckelyff, yeoman
Schedule of trusts attached
Repaired; fragments of seal only in bag
Abstract on H.M. Govt. paper attached

Grant of lands (described) at Austwick  WYL826/388/2  ?7 Jun 1593

Contents:
Reciting a grant of 1570 by George Walker to William Lupton and Christopher his son
John alias Jack Ashe and Jane his wife (daughter of the late Christopher Lupton) of Lawkland, to Thomas Ashe of Lawkland
Repaired
Abstract on H.M. Govt. paper (mildewed) attached

Grant of premises at Paley Greene, Giggleswick (described)  WYL826/388/3  3 Dec 1607

Contents:
For the residue of a term of 6000 years under an indenture of 8 Dec 1607 between Thomas Paley and Francis Lupton of Feizor
Thomas Paley, clerk, of Paley Greene, to Gilbert Watson of Knightstainford, gent, John Bankes of Giggleswick, Hugh Stackhouse of the same and Richard Armetsteade of Banforde (?) in Lakelonde, yeomen
Repaired, but probably damaged again later by mildew
Abstract on H.M. Govt. paper attached

Bargain and sale of premises (described) at Feizor  WYL826/388/4  1636

Contents:
John Lupton of Feizor, husbandman, to Anthony Clapham of Feizor
Repaired, but subsequently damaged again by mildew
Typed abstract attached

Bargain and sale of premises (described) in Austwick  WYL826/388/5  18 Sep 1638

Contents:
Roger Stalman the younger, yeoman, and Isabell his wife (daughter of James Walker of Austwick, lately deceased) of Austwick to Francis Lupton of Feizor, yeoman
Repaired
Abstract of H.M. Govt. paper attached

Bond to observe specified covenants  WYL826/388/6  23 Mar 1639

Contents:
Francis Lupton of Feizor, yeoman, to Richard Clapham of Feizor, yeoman
Repaired
Abstract of H.M. Govt. paper attached

Bargain and sale of lands at Austwick (described) now or lately in the tenure of Francis Lupton  WYL826/388/7  22 Apr 1657

Contents:
Robert Walker the elder of Austwicke to Francis Lupton of Feizor
Repaired
Typed abstract attached

Grant of lands (described) in Austwick to trustees in bankruptcy of Francis Lupton of Feizor  WYL826/388/8  1 Feb 1634

Repaired.

Contents:
Abstract on H.M. Govt. paper attached

Bundle of deeds relating to various properties in Austwick  WYL826/389  1569 - 1698

Contents:
(Including Longlands, Sandilands, Greenshawe, Wetherber, Crosshaw, Streetclose and Wharfe)
It includes a copy of an inspeximus of the Chancery enrolment of a confirmation of the customs of the manor of Austwick (1569)
Rough schedule enclosed

Quitclaim of interest in meadow at Heslehawe in Lawkland  WYL826/390  30 Nov 1685

Mutilated.

Archival history:
Found in Austwick Church Hall.

Contents:
John Peell of Crownest in Lawkland, gent to Arthur Ingleby of Lawkland, esq

Bargain and sale of lands at Clapham  WYL826/391  6 Sep 1698

Archival history:
Found in Austwick Church Hall.


Related information: (As in WYL826/86).

Contents:
Robert Nicholson of Clapham, yeoman, to Arthur Ingilby of Lawkland Hall, esq
Consideration: £25.10s

Deeds relating to various premises in Austwick  WYL826/392  1701 - 1799

4 Bundles

Arrangement: arranged chronologically


Contents:
Rough schedule included

Bond for observance of arbitration  WYL826/393  27 Apr 1728

Contents:
Christopher Wetherherd of Knigh Stainforth, gent, to Thomas Clapham and Edward Green, both of Feizor

Bargain and sale of tenant right over pasture called the Reed at Austwick  WYL826/394  25 Sep 1734

Archival history:
Found in Austwick Church Hall.

Contents:
Thomas Foxcroft of Austwick, cordwainer, and Isabel his wife to Elisabeth Ingleby of Austwick Hall, Widow

Lease for a year of New Closes, a barn, Grimes Ing and Spittle in Austwick  WYL826/395  21 Feb 1752

Archival history:
Found in Austwick Church Hall.


Related information: Cf. 38.

Contents:
Charles Ingleby to Sir Charles Pilkington of Stanley (Yorks), bart

Agreement between proprietors  WYL826/396  30 Jun 1753

Contents:
For prosecution of miners for failing to fill in shafts and clear debris on Brunton Pasture in the manor of Lawkland

Copy proceedings and order by the Master of the Rolls for the division of Low Moor, Horton in Ribblesdale  WYL826/397  6 Dec 1758

Mortgage by bargain and sale of premises at Lawkland now or late in the possession of William Stackhouse  WYL826/398  31 May 1787

Archival history:
Formerly in Mr. Hyslop's office at Settle.

Contents:
James Chaplin of Lawkland Hall, gent, to Columbus Ingleby of Austwick, esq
To secure £200

Answer to Mr. Alcock's case  WYL826/399  n.d. (18th. cent)

Contents:
Re tithes on 3 pastures crossed by the road from Arncliffe to Settle, apparently in connection with an unidentified enclosure

Deeds and settlements relating to various premises at Austwick and Lawkland  WYL826/400  1800 - 1863

Somewhat damaged by damp and mildew.

Contents:
The bundle contains a schedule of household goods of Richard Haythornthwaite of Slated House, Lawkland, distrained on behalf of Thomas Ingleby (1839) and a letter to Mr. Dudgeon from Thos. Nicholson about Austwick Lord's Rents
Rough schedule enclosed

Copyhold admittance of William Carr to premises in the manor of Lawkland with Feizor  WYL826/401  7 Jun 1838

Archival history:
Formerly in Mr. Hyslop's office at Settle.

Copy of memorial registered at the West Riding Registry of Deeds  WYL826/402  9 Aug 1905

Archival history:
Formerly in Mr. Hyslop's office at Settle.

Contents:
Of enfranchisement of Orchaber Farm and two dales on Austwick Moss, in the manors of Austwick and Lawkland with Feizor
(1) Bryan Farrer of Lincoln's Inn, Middx., barrister, and Arthur Richmond Farrer of 66 Lincolns Inn Fields, solicitor, as trustees
(2) James Anson Farrer of Ingleborough, esq
(3) Rev. Arthur Ingilby of Harden, Austwick
(4) John Cryer Hartley of Laycock, Keighley, farmer
Plan

Deed of enfranchisement with release of freehold rents in respect of premises in the manor of Austwick  WYL826/403  16 Mar 1906

Archival history:
Formerly in Mr. Hyslop's office at Settle.

Contents:
(1) Bryan Farrer of Lincolns Inn, Middx., barrister, and Arthur Richmond Farrer of 66 Lincolns Inn Fields, solicitor
(2) James Anson Farrer of Ingleborough
(3) Rev. Arthur Ingilby of Harden, Austwick

Mortgage of farms called Town End and Gayclaps at Austwick  WYL826/404  29 Mar 1906

Archival history:
Formerly in Mr. Hyslop's office at Settle.

Contents:
Rev. Arthur Ingilby to Walter Bairstow of Towcester, Northants., esq
Schedule and 2 plans (3 chains to 1 inch)
Memoranda of sale and redemption endorsed (1929)

Agreements for compensation for extinction of manorial incidents for properties in the manor of Lawkland with Feizor  WYL826/405  1912 - 39

Bundle

Archival history:
Formerly in Mr. Hyslop's office at Settle.

Press cutting re probate of will of Christopher Ingilby of Harden Cottage, Austwick  WYL826/406  n.d.(1889-90)

Photographic negatives of Austwick, Austwick Hall and the Clapham family  WYL826/407  early 20th. cent

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