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Rosedale Parish
(after 1874)


An index.


The index to Rosedale in the old North Riding of Yorkshire has been compiled from transcription work I did as part of a research degree I started some years ago. The work initially covered Rosedale East and Rosedale West; but subsequently I enlarged the area of study and thus included Hartoft and Cropton.

Some of the transcriptions have been made available in hard copy form to the North Yorkshire County Record Office, Yorkshire Archaelogical Society in Leeds and the Society of Genealogists in London.

I should be very happy to that you may have about the information given here, but please note that I do not have additional information at the present time. Any additional information will be added as and when I have it.

Carol H. Bartlett

Please see below for the list of source documents and books, and don't forget the Rosedale Monumental Inscriptions page.

Alphabetical listing by surname


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Parish registers

Rosedale mentions in other parish registers

NB Witnesses to marriages have NOT been included.


Public Record Office, Ruskin Avenue, Kew, Richmond, Surrey TW9 4DU

Rosedale sale

PRO XP/1147/ DL41/62 Particulars of the Rosedale Estate in the county of York, which will be sold by auction, at the George Inn, Coney-Street, York on Wednesday, the 30th September, 1829

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'Sale of

Rosedale Crown Manor and Estate


Notice is hereby given

That the sale of the crown estate, comprising the manor or lordship of Rosedale in the North Riding of the County of York containing upwards of 5100 acres, advertised to take place at the George Inn, Coney Street, York on Wednesday the 30th September, 1829, is unavoidably postponed to a future day, of which due notice will be given. 19th September, 1829'

'An important crown estate.

The manor of Rosedale.

Within the Lordship of Pickering in the North Riding of the County of York.

To be sold by auction, by Mr Lancaster, at the George Inn, Coney Street, York, on Thusday 31st day of December 1829, at twelve o'clock by order of the Right Hon. Lord Lowther, Wm Dacres Adams, and Henry Dawkins, Esquires, Commissioners of His Majesty's Woods, forests and land revenues, and under the authority of the Lords Commissioners of His Majesty's Treasury.

In the Land Tax Assessment for 1832 the Proprietor of Rosedale East is still given as 'His Majesty'.

By 1840 Geo S Penfold is given as Lord of manor in White's 1840.

1910 valuation


Record of Valuations made by the Commissioners of Inland Revenue, in accordance with the provisions of Part I of the Finance (1909/10) Act, 1910.


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