Area, 1,520 acres. Holderness wapentake, N.D. - Population, 166 ; Church-room, 200; Net value, £71. -Adam de Ulrom held one carucate of land in the town of Ulrome.
There appears to have been a Vicarage ordained in this Church, but the endowment is not extant. The chapelry is partly in Barmston parish, and partly in Skipsea parish. The inhabitants contribute to the repairs of Skipsea Church, and bury their dead there *2.
The Boyntons, barts., nominated the Curates from the year 1745.
Patrons, the executors of J. Lockwood, Esq.
Impropriator, the Rev. J. Bower.
Valued in the King's books, at £3. 19s.; Synodals, 1s.; in the Parliamentary Survey, vol. xvii. page 276, it is stated : " Annual value of the Vicarage, £18;" - and in 1818, at £120 per annum.
Augmented in 1780, with £200, by lot.
An Inclosure Act was passed 5th Geo. III.
The glebe house was returned, in 1818, as fit for residence ; but in 1834 returned, " No glebe house."
The Register Books for baptisms and marriages commence in 1767. Burials at Barmston and at Skipsea, the mother Church.
Holmes's charity, vide Barmston. One-fourth of the rent of turnpike securities to the poor, distributed by the Incumbent Curate of UIrome. -Vide 9th Report, page 755.
Post town: Driffield.
Torre's MS., page 1631. Abp. Sharp's MS., vol. ii. page 183. Bawdwen's Domesday Book (Ulreham), page 180. Burton's Monasticon, page 242.
*1 So called by Bacon : now held as a Perpetual Curacy.
*2 Archbishop Sharp says, " Who had the Church I know not, but there was a Vicarage endowed here, value in my book at 1W. I meet with no presentations to it but one, A.D. 1626, by King Charles, as guardian of William Hastus. In my list this is called a Chapel. No Procurations or Synodals."