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agriculture: monastic XV,16; XVII,5

Ainsley family: Bilsdale XV,12

aisled barn: medieval II,20

alehouses: IV,47

Ampleforth: marriage registers VI,60

Anglian: and Viking York IV,68 (review)

remains, Cawthorn XX,5

Anglo-Saxon archbishops of York: VII,77 (review)

Anglo-Saxon stone sculpture XVIII,3 (review); XXII,23 (review)

Anglo-Saxon assembly places in Ryedale XXV,32

Appleton le Moors:   medieval free chapel XIII,48

medieval oven XVIII,6

Shepherd family of XIX,4

a 12th century planned village (review) XXIII,42

murder at Little Hamley XXIV,9

Appleton le Street: church XX,24

aqueduct: Bonfield Gill I,45 (Notes and Queries)

arable farming:         medieval II,5 ; IV,63 (review);

19th century XVII,8

archaeological investigations,       Levisham Moor VIII,33,35; XV,34 (review)

                                                            at Village Farm Barn, Low Kilburn XXII,13

                                                            framework for, in NYMNP  XXIII,13

                                                            Old Stables, Barker’s Yard, Helmsley XXVI,4

archaeology:             National Park XV,7;XVI,9

prehistoric and Roman XII,52,XIX,6; XX,5

archbishopric estates: Civil War XI,26 (review)

archbishops of York: Anglo-Saxon VII,27 (review)

Arden Priory VIII,10

Ashburnham Clock Face: iron working VIII,45

Assembly places in Anglo-Saxon Ryedale XXV,32

Awmack Family of Harome XV,20


bank and ditch: Stonegrave X,70

Barker’s Yard, Helmsley, Archaeological Investigations XXVI,4

battle of Farndale VII,9

Baysdale Head: coal working XIII,62

beacons: N.E. Yorkshire XlV,3

Beadlam: Romano-British villa III,10; V,72; XIX,24

Beadlam: Water race interpretation board XXV,6

Beadlam - A Private Roman Church? XXVII,51

beaker burial at Dialston: Hambleton Moor IX,23

Beck Isle museum, Pickering IV,71

bell beaker: Egton Bridge VII,68

Bellasis family: tombs in Coxwold church XX,18

Bilsdale:         Ainsley family XV,12

iron industry in VI,23

smugglers’ road XVII,10

fire in XVIII,4

bloomery: Postgate Hill, Glaisdale II,47

Bonfield Gill:

aqueduct I,45 (notes and queries)

firebreaks XXI,17

boundary stones I,47

Bowlby family from Helmsley III,33

Bransdale:     coal mining in IV,55

                        two farms “held by arrow” in,XXI,5

bridge at Sinnington Green II,50

bridges by the Shout family XXV,7

bronze age burials: North Riding V,12

builders and their marks: Byland Abbey III,26

building craftsmen; late medieval York XIII,60 (review) ; XX,8

Balmer, Sir John: ‘house with towers’ XVI,21

Barrow opener and collector – Thomas Kendall of Pickering XXV,42

burial mounds: low-lying I,47 (notes and queries)

Byland Abbey:          builders’ marks III,26

Cistercian Order III,26

earthworks IX,56

fishkeepers’ store XIII,44

fishponds II,66 (notes and queries),VII,77

gazetteer of local place names V,41

stonework XIII,26

‘waterworks’ I,32


Cawthorn Camps XIX,6; XX,5; XXI,30

Cawthorn Woods, archaeological survey XXIV,37

Celtic Church in N. Britain VII,78 (review)

chapel: medieval free, Appleton le Moors XIII,42 ,XVII,23

charter: Helmsley Borough III,47

cholera: in York VIIl,41 ( review)

churches:                  Celtic in N Britain VII,78 (review)

Helmsley III,45

Hovingham V,64

Kirkdale, St Gregory’s Minster I,43: VII,42

Lastingham Crypt, XXVI,50

Norman Heritage VI,53

Old Byland II,54; XVII,10

Appleton le Street XX,24

‘Christian Heritage of Ryedale’ XX,24 (review)

Christ Church, Westerdale XXVI,23

city ordinance: York IX,53 (review)

civil lawyer: York VII,80 (review)

Civil War: archbishopric estates during XI,26 (review)

Clay Bank: bronze age burials at V,12

Cleveland Plain: arable farming in II,5

coal mining: in Bransdale and Farndale IV,55

working: at Baysdale Head XIII,62

Cockmoor Dykes:     correspondence XIII,3; XIV,2

rabbit warrening XII,22

Cold Kirkby: boundaries dispute XVII,20: Templar holding Ibid.

colonisation: medieval in N. Ryedale X,47; XVII,5

conservation archaeology in National Park,XVI,5; XVII,12; XX,14

courts: medieval, of York Minster XIII,80 (review)

Coxwoldshire XVI,13; XVIII,25

Coxwold: tombs in church XX,18

Crambeck: Roman pottery industry XV,34 (review)

Crosland:                   portrait of Jane, Lady Vavasour II,44

Sir Jordan: memorial brass of IV,70

cruck houses I,24; II,67; XXII,13

curate of Kirkdale IV,40


Dagger, early bronze age from Lockton Warren XXIV,20

Dalby: Valley of Change XXV,58 (review)

Danby Dale: Stang End Farmhouse XVIII,17

Deer Park at Sheriff Hutton,XXIV,16

Derwent River in North Yorkshire (review) XXIV,44

Dialstone: beaker burial IX,23

Dixon, Revd George, curate of Kirkdale IV,40

drovers VI,68 ( review)

Duncombe terraces VII,3


earthworks:               Byland Abbey IX.56

West Newton Grange X1,29

firebreak, on the North York Moors XXI,12

linear at Soulby Wood, Scackleton XXII,18

East Cleveland: querns found in VII,22

East Moors: history of XI,22

Eddon,William(Methodist) diary XVIII,18

Egton Bridge: bell beaker found at VII.58

Elgee,Dr Frank IV,4; XX,4

Elizabethan gentry of Ryedale XVI,24

emigration: from N. Riding to Virginia XIV,39

estates; confiscation & restoration XI.26

excavations:              Beadlam II,12: V,72

Blansby Park Roman Villa, Pickering XXI,19

Casten Dyke V,72

Cawthorn Camps XX,5; XXI,30

Harome Hall VI,65

Hutton le Hole II,12

Pockley V,72

Rievaulx, Swiss Cottage XXVI,37

Rudland Close, Spaunton Moor II,20

In Ryedale 2000,XXI,19

Spaunton: Romano-British farmstead III,12

Spaunton Manor XIII,4

St Gregory’s Minster, Kirkdale XXI,19

Stonegrave: trial X,4

Thormanby: circular foundation I,41

exploration: Windypits IX,11


Fadmoor: Story of IV,7

fairs and markets: medieval XI,3

farming:                     medieval arable II.5; XVII,5

monastic contribution IV,63 (review)

19th century valuations XVIII,8

Bert Frank on XIX,20

Farndale,                   battle of VII,9

coal mining in IV,55

history, early Middle Ages I,6

history, later Middle Ages II,57

fieldwork section II,4

non excavational VIII,30; XVIII,15            

firebreak earthworks on the North York Moors XXI,12S

fisheries: inland, medieval Yorkshire XI,27

fishing weights: Byland Abbey X 75

fishkeeper’s store: Byland Abbey XII,44

fishponds: Byland Abbey II,66 ; VII,75

Flowers and Hebdens: Quakers XII,12

Folk Museum: Hutton le Hole,IV,72: XVII,4,XIX,20

forest fire: in Bilsdale XVIII,4

forests, medieval, royal XIV,9

Foord, Joseph: The Life and Works of, Water from the Moors: (review)  XXIII,40

foundation: monastic, at Lastingham VII,13

Fox, G.O. V,70: XX,10

Frank, Bert:               tribute X,80,XVII,4


extract from autobiography,XIX,20

Frank, family of XIII,73: XIV,42

Framework - Archaeological Research North York Moors National Park,XXIII,13


Gazetteer: of local place names V,41

gentry:                        Elizabethan, of Ryedale XVI,24

piety, charity, literacy among IX,54

Gibsons of Welborn: pedigree X,33

Gillamoor:                  Lowna Mill III,42

story of IV,7

Glaisdale: bloomery on Postgate Hill II,47

glass holes: Spaunton Moor XII,5

glasshouse: Scugdale, Rosedale West V,26

Goathland: history of XVI,29 (review)

Graham, Robert Bontine Cunningham, the People’s Laird (review) XXIV,47

Grange Farm, West Newton: archaeological notes VIII,35

gravestones: Saxon, Kirkdale I,43;

Great Cross: Stonegrave X,63

Great Edstone, Shepherds’ Farm at,XXI,18

grinding wheat: querns VIII,9

guide book: Helmsley XV,34 (review)


Hambleton Hills:      beaker burial IX,23

Medieval settlement VIII,50

Harome:                     Awmack family XV,20

Hall. Old Manor House VI,63

history of a village XIV,18

Hart, Kitty:  a tribute  XXIV,4

Hayes, Raymond H. tribute II,4; XV,4; XXI,3

Hebdens and Flowers: Quakers XII,12

Helmsley:                  Archaeological Society, summer excursions XVI,30; XVII,23

early years of XVIII,11

later years XIX,13

Barker’s Yard, Archaeological Investigations XXVI,4

Borough Charter III,47

Bowlby Family III,33

castle, siege of XII,51

church III,45

guide book XV,34 (review)

history of XI,18

inns and alehouses IV,47

workhouse master III,29

diary of William Eddon XVIII,19

Henry, John: walk from Clapham to Scarborough in 1875 (review) XXIV,46

Holiday 1908,how I spent my, by Mary Ellen Thompson  XXIII,23

Hood Hill Castle V,36; XXI,26

Hovingham:              Church V,64

Hall III,3

Howkeld Water Corn Mill, the Millers of; XXII,7

Howsham Mill  XXIII,34

Hutton le Hole:         Folk Museum II,68; XVII,4; XIX,20

Frank family XIV,42; XIX,20

Romano-British site II,12


index to issues I-IX; X,83

Ingleby Greenhow: bronze age burials, Clay Bank V,12

inland fisheries: medieval XI,27 (review)

inns and alehouses in Victorian Helmsley IV,47

iron working:                         Ashburnham Clock Face VIII,44

Rosedale Mines XVII,12

Iron Age Roundhouse at the Ryedale Folk Museum XXIV,31


Jet: early Bronze-age necklace in Leeds City Museum

Jews: massacre of, York VIII,39 (review)


Keldhome Priory: early years I,15

Kendall, Thomas – of Pickering XXV,42

Kilburn, Low: Archaeological recording at Village Farm Barn,XXII,13

Kirkbymoorside: history of XI,10

Kirkdale:                    curate of IV,40

history of X,5; XI,10  by Thomas Parker

St Gregory’s Minster I,43; VII,42; XIX,17; XX,8; XXVII,54

watermill XVIII,12

runes XIX,21

NB. For excavations at, see supplements to RH number XVIII and XIX

Knights Templar XVIII,5


landscape heritage: N.Y. Moors XV,35

Laskill:                        Rievaulx Abbey woolhouse at XIV,51

                                    Pasture Moor,XXI,12

Lastingham:              monastic foundation of VII,13

                                    church crypt XXVI,50

lawyer: civil, Henry Swinburne VII,80 (review)

lead fishing weights: Byland Abbey X,75

Leake Hall and Manor IX,5

Leeds: Oxford Movement in St Saviour’s Church IX,52 (review)

Levisham, case study in local history  (review) XXII,25

Levisham Moor: archaeological investigations XII,54 (review)

limestone and water: settlement on Hambleton Hills VII,50

local place names: gazetteer of V,41

Locton, people and places (review) XXIV,50

Lockton Warren, Mitchelson Collection and an early bronze age dagger XXIV,20

Loft House, held “in arrow” XXI,5

Loftus: smugglers’ road from XVI,10

Lost village of Menethorpe XXV,22

low-lying burial mounds I,47

Low Kilburn: Archaeological recording at Village Farm Barn,XXII,13

Lowna Mill: Gillamoor III,42


marriage horizons: Ampleforth and Oswaldkirk VI,60

Marston Moor XI,25 (review)

Marton – a short history XXV,56 (review)

mason’s marks: Byland Abbey III,26

massacre of the Jews: York VIII,39 (review);

colonisation in N. Ryedale X,47

McDonnell, John:                an appreciation  XXIII,4; XXIII,5

                                                a bibliography XXIII,47

McLean, Isabel Anne; a tribute  XXIV,5

medieval:                   fairs and markets: N.E. Yorkshire XI,3

forests XIV,9

mill at Soulby Wood, Scackleton XXII,19

Menethorpe: rediscovering a lost village XXV,22

Methodist New Connection XVIII,19 (William Eddon’s diary)

mills                appeal II,66

                        Appleton Mill, XXVII,18

                        eight centuries of, in North East Yorkshire XXI,36

Howkeld Water Corn Mill,XXII,7

Howsham XXIII,34

Lowna Mill III,42

Medieval, at Soulby Wood, Scackleton XXII 18

Rievaulx Mill XV,22

Spout Bank in Kirkdale XVIII,12

Yearsley Watermill, XXVII,6

Mitchelson Collection, early bronze age dagger from Lockton Warren XXIV,20

monastic                    agriculture II,5; XV,16

contribution IV,63 (review)

earthworks, Byland Abbey IX,56

moorland farming IX,63 (review); XVII,25 (review)

Moorland Monuments: review XVIII,25

moors,            man of the: F. Elgee IV,4

water from: the Life and Works of Joseph Foord (review)  XXIII,40

water from, continuation project XXIV,7; XXV,4


murder case:             in 16th century IV,36

                                    at Little Hamley,Appleton-le-Moors,XXIV,9

museums:                 Beck Isle, Pickering IV,71

Ryedale Folk, Hutton le Hole IV,72;VIII,46; XVIII,4; XIX,20 Malton IV,7 ; VIII,47


National Park: conservation archaeology in XV,7;XVI,5; XVII,12; XX,14

Necklace: early Bronze-Age jet necklace in Leeds City Museum XXV,45

Newburgh Priory: gazetteer of place names V,41

Nicholson, Theodore: tribute IX,3

North East Yorkshire: beacons of XIV,3

cruck houses I,24

fairs and markets XI,3

studies XV,34 (review)

North Riding:            Bronze age burials Clay Bank V,12

emigration from XIV,39

North Yorkshire Moors: aisled barn II,20

landscape heritage XV,35: XVII,25 (review)

‘Thwaite’ place names XV,24

Northern Ryedale: medieval colonisation in X,47

nunneries: medieval Yorkshire X,78 (review)


Old Byland: Church II,54; XVII,10

Obituary:                    Don Spratt XVII,24

Bill Cowley XVIII,22

Old Ryedale: shopping in VI,3

Oswaldkirk: marriage horizons in VI,60

Oxford Movement: St Saviour’s,Leeds IX,52 (review)


Pacitto, Tony: a tribute; XXII,3

pannierways V,33 (review)

Parisi, The, by Peter Halkon XXVII,59 (review)

Parker Thomas: history of Kirkdale X,4; XI,10

Parliamentary Survey, Sheriff Hutton Park  XXIII,27

Peculiar, York Minster, medieval courts of XIII,80 (review)

Pickering:                  Beck Isle museum IV,71

Vale of III,10; VII,22

Lake XX,22

Thomas Kendall, XXV,42


place names IV,41;XV,24; XX,11

Pockley:                     excavation at V,72

field survey XVII,15

history of XI,21

Postgate Hill: bloomery on II,47

poverty and Poor Law: North Riding XII,57 (review)


Quakers of Ryedale XII,12; XIII,70;XX,9

querns                       VII,22;VIII,43

grinding wheat with VIII,9


rabbit warrening:      Cockmoor Dykes XII,22

correspondence XIII,3

Rahtz, Philip – an appreciation XXVI,56

recommended reading VIII,43

Reformation: in York VI,66 (review)

Rievaulx :                  Abbey woolhouse at Laskill XIV,51

Abbey (review) XXII,21

mill XV,22

terraces VII,3

Swiss Cottage, excavations XXVI,37


roads,             drovers:VI,68 (review)

northern, in Middle Ages V,3 (review)

pannierways XV,33 (review)

smugglers’, from Loftus to Bilsdale XVI,10

Rock Art and Ritual XXV,54 (review)

Roman:                      archaeology of N.E Yorkshire XII,52 (review)

museum, Malton IV,71

pottery, Crambeck XV,34 (review)

research Roman Yorks, studies in honour of Mrs Chitty        (Mary Kitson Clark)XV,30

villa, Beadlam III,10; XIX,24 ( review)

Cawthorn Camps XIX,6; XX,5; XXI,30

Romano-British:       farmstead, Spaunton III,12

site near Hutton le Hole II,12

Rosedale:                  John Spencley XVIII,12

Iron works; conservation of XVIII,12; XX,14

Rosedale West: glasshouse at Scugdale V,26

Roundhouse, Iron Age, at Ryedale Folk Museum XXIV,31

Rudland Close: aisled barn II,20

Ryedale:        churches:      Helmsley III,45; IV,69

Hovingham V,64

Kirkdale I,43;VIII,42;XX

Norman heritage VI,53

Old Byland II,54

St Gregory’s Minster; see Kirkdale.

And see supplements to XVII &XIX

folk museum IV,72;XVII,4; XIX,20; XXIV,31

life in old VIII,19;IX,29

medieval colonisation X,47

Quakers XII,12; XIII,70; XX,9

settlement patterns XIII,31

archaeology in XX,4

place names of XX,11; XXVII,35       

‘Christian Heritage of’ (millenium pamphlet) XX,24 (review)

Bridges built or repaired by the Shout family XXV,7

Anglo-Saxon assembly places XXV,32

Ryedale Vernacular Building Materials Research Group XXIII,6; XXIV,8


Salton XIX,14

Scackleton: linear earthwork at Soulby Wood; XXII,18

Scugdale: glasshouse V,26

settlement patterns: Ryedale XII,31

Shandy Hall V,70

Shepherd family of Appleton le Moors XIX,4

Shepherds’ Farm at Great Edstone XXI,18

Sheriff Hutton Park                         Parliamentary Survey XXIII,27

                                                Within the Pale: the Story of (review) XXIII,44

                                                Deer Park XXIV,16

Shopping, in old Ryedale VI,3

Shout Bridges, XXV,7

Sinnington Green, bridge(s) on II,50

Smout House, “held in arrow” XXI,5

Smugglers’ road: Loftus to Bilsdale XVI,10

Snilesworth Moor XVII,25 ( review)

Spaunton:                 Romano-British farmstead III,12

Manor: courts leet XVI,11

common rights XIX,25

excavations XIII,4

Spencley John, master builder XVII,12

St Gregory’s Minster see Kirkdale; and see supplements XVIII and XIX Stonegrave:                    bank and ditch X,70

Great Cross X,63

stonework: Byland Abbey XIII,26

stone sculpture: Anglo Saxon XVIII,23 (review); XXII,23

Summer excursions: Helmsley Arch. Soc. XVI,30; XVII,23

Sutton under Whitestone Cliff: boundary dispute XVII,20

Swinbume, Henry: civil lawyer in York VII,80 (review)


terraces: Duncombe and Rievaulx VII,3

Thompson, Mary Ellen:  How I spent my holiday 1908   XXIII,23

Thormanby: excavation, circular foundation I,41

‘Thwaite’ place names XV,24

Tom Smith’s cross I,48; IV,54

transport: drovers’ VI,68 (review)

tributes:                      Bert Frank X,80

Raymond Hayes II,64; XV,4; XXI,3

Theodore Nicholson IX,3

Don Spratt XVII,24

Bill Cowley XVIII,22

Tony Pacitto XXII,3

John McDonnell XXIII,4; XXIII,5

Kitty Hart XXIV,4

Isabel Anne McLean XXIV,5

Robin Wardell XXVI,52

Philip Rahtz XXVI,56


Upper Ryedale:        iron industry in VI,23

natural history of XVII,25 (review)


Vale of Pickering:    querns VII,22

Roman villa III,10; XIX,24

Vale of York: medieval arable farming II,5

Vavasour, Jane Crosland,Lady II,44

Vernacular Building Materials Research Group XXIII,6; XXIV,8

Viking York IV,68

Virginia, emigration to XIV,39


Walk, John Henry’s: from Clapham to Scarborough (review) XXIV,46

Wardell, Robin – an appreciation XXVI,52

Water from the Moors: The Life and Works of Joseph Foord (review)  XXIII,40

                                         continuation project XXIV,7; XXV,4

‘Waterworks’ of Byland Abbey I,32

Weatherill, John, stonemason XX,8

Weighell family records XVII,8

Welbum:                    history of X,27

pedigree of Gibsons X,32

West Heslerton – the Anglian Cemetery XXI,34

Cemetery, Anglian, in West Heslerton XXI,34

Westerdale, Christ Church XXVI,23

Westerdale by Carol Wilson XXVII,61 (review)

West Newton Grange farm:            medieval earthworks VIII,35

final report XI,29


Wharram, a Study of Settlement on the Yorkshire Wolds (review)  XXIII,38

Wharram Percy and Medieval Archaeology XXVII,43

Wilson family: workhouse master Helmsley  I,5; II,3;III,29

Wilkinson, Lorne XIX,25.

windows: medieval traceried IV,25

St. William, York Minster VI,50

windypits:                  Hambleton Hills,IX,11

                                    down the,XXII,6

Wolds: 40 years of research in XV,9

Womble Borehole  XXIII,41

Wombleton: Thomas Parker of X,4

Woolhouse of Rievaulx Abbey at Laskill XIV,51

Workhouse master: John Wilson, Helmsley III,29

Yearsley Watermill: Interim Report XXVII,3

York:               Anglian and Viking IV,68

AngloSaxon archbishops of VII,77 (review)

cholera in VIII,41 (review)

city ordinance IX,53 (review)

civil lawyer in VII,80 (review)

massacre of the Jews in VIII,39 (review)

Minster: Peculiar of XIII,80 (review)

St Williams window VI,50

Reformation in VI,66 (review)

Yorkshire:      inland fisheries in XI,27 (review)

nunneries in 12th and 13th centuries X,78 (review)

characteristics of gentry IX,54 (review)

Roman studies in honour of Mary Kitson Clark XV,30 (review) 

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