The Ancient Parish of TERRINGTON
[Transcribed information mainly from the early 1820s]"TERRINGTON, a parish in the wapentake of Bulmer; 8 miles WSW. of Malton. Here is an elegant small parish church, dedicated to All Saints (see Churches for photograph); the church living is a rectory, of which the Rev. Dr. Waddilove, is the patron, and the Rev. John Caley, the incumbent, Here is also a Methodist chapel. Pop. including Wiganthorpe, 617."
"GANTHORPE, in the parish of Terrington, wapentake of Bulmer; 1¼ miles E. of Terrington, 6 miles WSW. of Malton. Here is a school, endowed by the Earl of Carlisle, with about £20. per annum. The Rev. Robert Freer is the resident clergyman, and Mr. Richard Spruce the school master. Pop. 106."
"MOWTHORPE, in the parish of Terrington, and wapentake of Bulmer; 1½ miles SE. of Terrington, 7 miles WSW. of Malton."
"WIGANTHORPE, (the seat of William Garforth, Esq.) in the parish of Terrington, wapentake of Bulmer; 1 mile NNW. of Terrington, 8 miles NE. of Easingwold."
[Description(s) edited mainly from various 19th century sources by Colin Hinson. ©2010]
- Transcript of the entry for Terrington in the "Collections relative to Churches and Chapels".
- Transcript of the entry of "professions and trades" in the Baines's Directory of 1823, of the North Riding.
- Transcript of the entry of "professions and trades" in the White's Directory of 1840, Yorkshire section.
- Transcript of the entry of "professions and trades" in the Bulmers Directory of 1890. of the North Riding.
- There is further information about this parish from the National Gazetteer 1868, Yorkshire extracts.
- There is further information about this parish from the Lewis's Topographical Dictionary of England 1835, Yorkshire extracts.
- There is further information about this parish from the Bulmer's 1890 History and Directory of the North Riding.
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