3 edition of A history of the manor and lead mines of Arkengarthdale, Yorkshire found in the catalog.
A history of the manor and lead mines of Arkengarthdale, Yorkshire
Leslie Owen Tyson
|Statement||by Leslie Owen Tyson.|
|Series||British mining -- no.29, A monograph of the Northern Mine Research Society|
|Contributions||Northern Mine Research Society.|
The manor however was eventually acquire by the Lord of Middleham and then passed onto the Norton Family in the 17th Century. On its common the remains of old lead mines can be found indicating an industrial past along with a mill that has been there since Newbiggin with a population of about is a relatively small village. Parish History [edit | edit source]. BRADFORD (St. Peter), a borough, market-town, and parish [with several chapelries and ancient chapels attached to it], a registration district and the head of a union, in the wapentake of Morley, West Riding, comprises the townships of Allerton, North Bierley, Bowling, Bradford, Clayton, Eccleshill, Heaton, Manningham, Shipley, and Wilsden, and.
Synopsis This title provides a history of lead mining in Swaledale and Arkengarthdale from medieval times to 19th : Mike Gill. A HISTORY OF THE MANOR AND LEAD MINES OF MARRICK, SWALEDALE written by Tyson, L.O. published by Northern Mine Research Society (STOCK CODE: ) for sale by Stella & .
- Photo guide to Arkengathdale. See more ideas about Yorkshire dales, Photo, Yorkshire pins. May’s Site of the Month is the twin arched lime kiln in Arkengarthdale. It is situated in an area of historic lead mining. The kiln dates to the latter 19 th century. The kiln has twin arched draw-hole openings, both m high, which have voussoirs [this is where wedge-shaped or tapered stones are used to .
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Get this from a library. A history of the manor & lead mines of Arkengarthdale Yorkshire. [L O Tyson; Northern Mine Research Society.]. British Mining No 29 – A History of the Manor & Lead Mines of Arkengarthdale, Yorkshire.
by L.O. Tyson. This publication is now out of print, however we do have a number of second hand ones available. These will be clean inside, but might have some fading on the spine. This book as been reprinted as British Mining No 53 £.
Charles Bathurst, Lord of the Manor in the 18th Century, gave his name to the CB Inn. He opened out many new lead mines and his initials were stamped on the pigs of lead.
The Bathurst family owned Arkengarthdale for generations. In the estate was sold to Charles’ Son, Dr John Bathurst, the Physician to Oliver Cromwell. A History of the Manor and Lead Mines of Arkengarthdale Yorkshire; £ For Sale. A History of the Manor and Lead Mines of Arkengarthdale Yorkshire.
This advert is located in and around Holmfirth, West Yorkshire. Currently displaying 1 of 1 images. Sponsored. Respond to Advert. When Middleham, Arkengarthdale, New Forest and other lordships were sold to the citizens of London inall lead and coal mines in Arkengarthdale and New Forest passed with them.
Bathurst obtained a lease of the mines at Yorkshire book 10s. inthe year previous to his purchase of the manor. Parish History [edit | edit source]. ARKENGARTH-DALE, otherwise Arkendale (St.
Mary), a parish, in the union of Richmond, wapentake of Gilling-West, N. riding of York, 12 miles (W. by N.) from Richmond; containing inhabitants.
At nearby Langthwaite are places of worship for Primitive Methodists and Wesleyans. Resources [edit | edit source] Civil Registration [edit | edit source].
Books and journals Clough, R T, The Lead Smelting Mills of the Yorkshire Dales, () Gill, M C, 'British Mining No' in Yorkshire Smelting Mills. Part 1: The Northern Dales, () Tyson, L O, 'British Mining' in The Arkengarthdale Mines, (). Remains of hushes still scar the valley sides and other evidence of mining activity is easily found throughout the dale.
Chert and coal were also got in Arkengarthdale and the monograph looks at their production, as well as that of lead. A5 pp, 24 photo’s, 14 figs ISBN 0 44 8 (NMRS members discount 25%) Booksellers and trade terms.
Scar House was built by Gilpin Brown Esq in the midth century. He owned most of the lead mines in Arkengarthdale. Between andthe period the Dales project interviewees remember, Scar House belonged to the Sopwith family, who were early airplane and helicopter manufacturers.
Today the estate belongs to the Duke of Norfolk. Arkengarthdale in the s is the History, Gazetteer and Directory of the East and North Ridings of Yorkshire, which is in the manor of Healaugh. Grinton Church noted for its knit hosiery manufacture and its extensive lead mines, is a large moorland township on.
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The lead mines here, appear to have been worked as early as the reign of King John. The annual produce of the mines, carried on under the firm of the Arkengarthdale and Darwent Mining Company, was some few years ago, estimated at tons.
It is a narrow dale on the north-side of Swaledale". The lead-mining in Arkengarthdale was dominated by the CB (Charles Bathhurst) Company which was founded in when a Dr.
Bathhurst purchased from the Crown the right to mine in the area. His Company continued until when the lead-mining industry in Yorkshire collapsed due to the slump in the price of lead. Arkengarthdale Yorkshire Family History Guide Arkengarthdale is an Ecclesiastical Parish in the county of Yorkshire, created in from chapelry in Startforth Ancient Parish.
Other places in the parish include: Seal-houses, Langthwaite, Langwaite, Eskelith, Dale Head, Booze, Arkle, and Whaw. Get this from a library. A history of the manor and lead mines of Marrick, Swaledale. [L O Tyson; Northern Mine Research Society.].
The hills of Swaledale and Arkengarthdale have rich veins of lead ore and these were exploited from at least Roman times onward. The 18th and 19th centuries saw a large-scale industry established and the population of the area surged. Medieval wood pastures in Swaledale survived because the lead industry needed wood to burn in its smelt mills.
It is a moorland district, with valuable lead mines, some of which have been worked for six hundred years. The inhabitants of the village are principally engaged in the mines. The living is a perpetual curacy in the diocese of Ripon, value £, in the patronage of Sir J. Lowther, Bart., the proprietor of the mines.
The leadmining in Arkengarthdale was dominated by the CB (Charles Bathhurst) Company which was founded in when a Dr. Bathhurst purchased from the Crown the right to mine in the area - this name now lives on at the C.B Inn which sits among the remains of this once lucrative industry.
arkengarthdale manor This page summarises records created by this Manor The summary includes a brief description of the collection(s) (usually including the covering dates of the collection), the name of the archive where they are held, and reference information to help you find the collection.
Arkengarthdale is situated North-West to South-East and is the most Northern of the Dales joining Swaledale at the village of Reeth which is the capital of these two beautiful dales.
Originally called Arkils Garth, Arkengarthdale is believed to be named after Arkil, an 11th century Viking chieftain. British Mining memoirs No 61 - No 67 - No 71 - No 80 - No 86 - No 88 - I'm also offering some second hand volumes at £ each No 28 - No 29 - A history of the Manor and lead mines of Arkengarthdale, Yorkshire No 34 - No 37 - No 41 - No 45 - No 48 - No 50 - No 67 - No.The Lead Smelting Mills of the Yorkshire Dales and Northern Hill ground Hall Heads hearth History House illustrated inches industry interesting iron John Keighley Kettlewell known later laws lead mining lead smelting Leeds Level Library LIMITED London Lord Manor methods miles miners Moor Museum natural Nidderdale North northern noted Park.Swaledale social analysis of a remote community.
Births and marriages is a detailed analysis of the census data which reveals family sizes, the local birth rate, age at marriage. I then went on to investigate deaths in childbirth (I plan a further essay about infant mortality), contraception, illegitimacy, and second marriages.