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"Richmondshire" Volumes I & II.
by Edmund Bogg

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produced by Colin Hinson ©

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These two books were published in 1906 and 1908. Volume I being entitled "Richmondshire and the Vale of Mowbray", and Volume II being entitled: "Richmondshire, an account of the History and Antiquities, Characters and customs, and Legendary Lore." There are some 434 pages in Volume I, and 703 in Volume II.

To quote from the preface of Volume I:

"If any excuse be needed for a Preface, it must be found in the Writer's desire to draw attention to the compelling motive for this work--that love of the Beautiful and the Fugitive in Nature and Man's handiwork which he would have others enjoy . Scenery, remains, and the glories of Earth and Sky repeat themselves with the pageant of the Seasons ; but much of ancient monument, and more of Local Custom and Tradition pass away . A Chronicler's labour, before it is too late, is never all " Love's Labour Lost".


A short review of the CD by Nancy McLaughlin:

Those with a love for old and rare books on Yorkshire and its history will be thrilled with this CDrom version of Edmund Bogg's "Richmondshire (1908), and its earlier companion volume entitled "The Vale of Mowbray" (1906).

I have always regarded Harry Speight as the early 20th century "oracle" of Yorkshire history; Edmund Bogg must surely run a close second. In these two volumes he presents many facts, anecdotes, and legends of people and places over the centuries.

As well as being fully machine searchable, this CD has "Active Links" on all listings of Contents, Indexes and the many Illustrations - and this is important when it is realised that there is in excess of 1300 pages, all crammed with information. These navigation links are a joy to use.

Many thanks Colin, for making this readily available.

A short review of the CD by Glenys Marriott:

Richmondshire Vols I and II: An account of its History and Antiquities,
Characters and Customs, Legendary Lore and Natural History

With upwards of 230 illustrations and 7 maps Leeds James Miles October 1908

There are two key indicators that I use when considering buying any new item - it has to be either beautiful or useful. This publication is both. The new reader is immediately drawn into the web that Bogg weaves by this wonderful introduction.:

'If any excuse be needed for this volume on Richmondshire it will be found in the charm and romance of the subject as well as in the favorable reception accorded to the first 'The Vale of Mowbray'. In truth, the production of both has been a 'labour of Love' and over it has been expended the leisure hours of quite four years! The original estimate was for a book of some 300 pages instead of which the wealth of material furnished by this old Shire - comprising the 3 beautiful river valleys of Swale, Tees and Yore, has expanded them to some 700 - more than double.

The CDrom is superbly produced, with enhanced photographs enlarged for easier identification. Easy to navigate, with an excellent index, the whole production is first rate. It is especially easy to produce good quality printouts.

A quick search on most of the well known search engines shows that a reasonable copy of this production ranges from £95 - £130 - so not only is the CD offering a beautiful and useful copy of a very special set of books, it is also cost effective!

Glenys Marriott
Bishopdale
29th November 2003


Indexes and contents etc.:

There is an index and list of illustrations for each Volume, but there is no contents for Volume I. The transcribed contents, indexes and lists of illustrations can be found below:


The list of illustrations from Volume I is as follows:

  • The Devil's Arrows
  • The Middle Arrow
  • The Southern Arrow
  • Tesselated Pavement, Aldborough
  • Lovers' Walk, Aldborough
  • Cross and Manor House, Aldborough
  • Aldborough Church
  • Saxon Relics, Boroughbridge
  • Old House, Boroughbridge
  • Boroughbridge Hall
  • Staveley Village
  • Grafton Village
  • Old Punch Bowl, Marton
  • Little Ouseburn
  • Low Dunsforth
  • Great Ouseburn
  • Old Cottage, Kirby Hill
  • Old Well, Kirby Hill
  • Sobieski Statue, Newby
  • Tapestry Room, Newby
  • A Bend of the River
  • Sharrow Village
  • Bishop Monckton
  • Markenfield Hall
  • The Monks' First Shelter
  • The Tower of Fountains'
  • Fountains from the South
  • Fountains Abbey
  • Nine Altars' Chapel
  • Fountains Hall
  • Cellarium, Fountains'
  • The Old Yew, Fountains
  • The Skell and Laver Country (Map)
  • Azerley
  • Laverton
  • The Laver at Winksley
  • Ripon Minster
  • Chapel of St. Mary Magdalene
  • The Horn Blower
  • Ripon Minster
  • Ripon Market-Place
  • The Markenfield's Tomb
  • On the Yore, Ripon
  • Voredale (Map) -
  • Norton Conyers
  • Aumbry at Wath
  • Well Village - Owns Bower,
  • Street Scene, Well
  • Tanfield
  • Tanfield from the Bridge
  • The Marmion Tombs
  • Mickley
  • Hackfall
  • Kirby Malzeard
  • Ancient Cross, Masham
  • The Square, Masham
  • The Wyville Chapel
  • Grave Covers, Masham
  • Fearby
  • Colsterdale
  • Moor-Farm, Fearby
  • Yore Banks, Tanfield
  • Thirsk (Vignette)
  • Thirsk, Birds-eye view
  • Timber-frame Cottage
  • Thirsk Market-Place
  • Finkle Street, Thirsk
  • William Hall
  • The Holms, Thirsk
  • Kirkgate, Thirsk
  • Going to Market, Sutton Road
  • T. G. Baker (about 1870)
  • George Gill (Bellman)
  • Willy Flintoff
  • Worlds' End Brig
  • Rev. F. Addison
  • South Kilvington Church
  • Rev. W. T. Kingsley
  • Cribbie Dodgshon
  • Reach of Cold-beck
  • Old Manor, Thornton
  • Cross, Sandhutton
  • Carlton Miniott
  • Runic Cross, Cundall
  • Topcliffe (Vignette)
  • Topcliffe Church, from the Swale
  • Home of the Percies
  • The Percy Pennont.
  • Tournament - F. Dean
  • Maiden Bower (Plan)
  • Where Swale and Cod meet
  • Topcliffe from Swale Bridge
  • Rev. H. Hawkins, M.A.
  • Market Cross, Topcliffe
  • Swale at Topcliffe
  • Old Church, Carlton
  • Ford at Balk
  • Balk Grange
  • The Beck at Thirkleby
  • Old Font, Birdforth Church
  • Timber-framed House, Husthwaite
  • Great Husthwaite
  • Coxwold
  • Fauconberg Arms, Coxwold
  • Fauconberg Monument
  • Shandy Hall, Coxwold
  • Byland Abbey
  • Thirsk and Coxwold District (Map)
  • Byland Antiquary
  • Job Skelton
  • West-Front, Byland
  • High Kilburn
  • The Two Kilburns
  • Kilburn and White Horse
  • Baynes' Arms
  • A Kilburnite
  • Osgodby Hall
  • White Horse from West
  • Old Crab Mill, Sutton
  • Roulston Scar and Hode Hill
  • Gormire
  • Legend of the Cliff
  • Wissoncliff
  • Felixkirk
  • Interior, Feliskirk Church
  • Feliskirk Church, S.E.
  • The Hambletons (Map)
  • Naton and Crab Mill
  • Dick Megginson
  • James Barnett
  • Leake Church
  • Leake, West End
  • Upper Silton Church
  • Boltby Scar
  • Thomas Sunley
  • A Fox (from Life)
  • Vale of Mowbray
  • Black Hambleton Country (Map)
  • Moor Scene, Hambleton
  • The Road to Slapestones
  • The Chequers Inn Sign
  • Chequers Inn (Interior)
  • Inn from the Slapestones
  • Thimbleby Bank
  • Osmotherley from S.E.
  • Osmotherley (from Back Lane)
  • Osmotherley Cross
  • Middlestee Valley
  • Old Bob Abbott
  • Mount Grace Priory
  • Cell at Mount Grace
  • Remains of Church, Mount Grace
  • Robert Rodwell
  • An Otter (from Life)
  • Robert Lee
  • The Buzzard
  • William Foggitt, J.P., F.L.S.
  • Middlestee Valley, from White house Farm


The Index to Volume I:

  • A
  • Abbeys (2)
  • Addison, Rev
  • Aisenby (2)
  • Aldborough (2)
  • Aldwark
  • Aldfield (2)
  • Animals (2)
  • Antiquities (9)
  • Antiquary of Byland
  • Arden Hawnby (2)
  • Arden
  • Autumn Tints
  • Azerley
  • B
  • Bagby
  • Baker, JG
  • Baldersby (2)
  • Balk (2)
  • Barnaby Fair
  • Baynes (family)
  • Belasyse (family)
  • Birdforth
  • Birds (5)
  • Black Hambleton
  • Blois Hall
  • Boltby (2)
  • Boroughbridge
  • Botany of Fountains
  • Botany of Yorevale (4)
  • Botany of Mowbray Vale (5)
  • Bower the Maiden
  • Brampton Hall
  • Breckenbrough
  • Burn (river)
  • Burton Leonard
  • Butterdale
  • Byland (2)
  • Byland Abbey, Battle of
  • C
  • Carlton Miniott
  • Carlton Husthwait
  • Castiles Farm
  • Caydale Gill
  • Characters (22)
  • Chophead Loaning
  • Cockerdale
  • Codbeck (3)
  • Cold Kirby
  • Colsterdale
  • Colville (family)
  • Conyers (family)
  • Copgrove
  • Copt Hewick
  • Cowesby
  • Coxwold
  • Crock of Gold(2)
  • Cromwell's Corpse (2)
  • Crosses (4)
  • Cundall
  • Customs (old) (3)
  • D
  • Dalton
  • Danby (family)
  • Devil's Arrows (2)
  • Devil's Doors
  • Devilstone, The
  • Devil's stride
  • Dialstone, the
  • Dishforth (2)
  • Dowlands
  • Duggleby
  • Dunsforth (2)
  • E
  • Earthquakes
  • Earthworks (7)
  • Easterside
  • Ellerbeck
  • Elmires
  • Etymologies (11)
  •  
  • F
  • Fairs (2)
  • Fearby
  • Felixkirk
  • Flassengill
  • Flower Chronicle
  • Fonts
  • Fountains Abbey (2)
  • Fountains Hall
  • G
  • Gallwey (family)
  • Galphey
  • Geology of Vale (2)
  • Ghost Laying (2)
  • Givendale
  • Gnipe Hill
  • Gormire Lake
  • Gormire the less (2)
  • Grantley, Low
  • Great Ouseburn
  • Grewelthorpe
  • Gurtopp Gill
  • H
  • Hackfall
  • Hall (faro)
  • Hambleton Hill
  • Hanging stone, The
  • Hawkins (family)
  • Hawnby Hill
  • Hawnb
  • Healey
  • Hewick
  • Hobthrush Cave
  • Hode (2)
  • Hill (2)
  • Horn Blowing
  • Husthwaite
  • Hutton Conyers
  • I J
  • Inns (10)
  • Ironstone
  • Jeatter houses
  • John Wesley
  • K
  • Kepwick
  • Kibber Hill
  • Kilburn
  • Kilvington (2)
  • Kingsley, Rev
  • Kirby Hill
  • Kirkby Malzeard
  • Kirkby Knowle
  • Kirk Gill (2)
  • Knights of St John
  • Knowle Castle
  • L
  • Lascelles (family) (2)
  • Laverton
  • Laws of Trespass
  • Leake (3)
  • Leckbys (the three)
  • Little Nunwick
  • Lost Corpse
  • Low Kilburn
  • M
  • Maps (5)
  • Marage, The
  • Marderbi Hall
  • Markenfield (family)
  • Markenfield
  • Markington
  • Marmion (family)
  • Marmion's Tower
  • Masham
  • Melmerby
  • Mickley
  • Minskip
  • Mount StJohn (3)
  • Mount Grace
  • Mowbray fam) (3)
  • Myton(2)
  • N
  • Nether Silton
  • Newburgh Park
  • Newby Park (2)
  • Norton Conyers
  • Nosterfield
  • Nunswick
  • O
  • Old Biggin
  • Old Byland
  • Oldstead
  • Ornithology (2)
  • Osgodby Hall
  • Osmotherley (2)
  • Over Silton
  • P
  • Pack horse Bridges
  • Pennington (family)
  • Percy (family) (2)
  • Play of the Seasons (2)
  • Q
  • Quernhow
  • R
  • Rainton
  • Ravensthorpe
  • Ripon
  • Roccliffe
  • Rodwell (family)
  • Roger de Mowbray
  • Roman Roads (2)
  • Roulston Scar(3)
  • S
  • Sandhutton (2)
  • Saxty way
  • Scarth Nick
  • Scrope (fam (2)
  • Shandy Hall
  • Sharrow
  • Sigston Smithy
  • Skipton on Swale
  • Slapestones
  • Sleningford
  • Sorrow Beck
  • Sowerby
  • Spittle beck
  • StCuthbert
  • Sterne (Lawrence)
  • Sutton
  • Swale (river) (2)
  • T
  • Tanfield
  • Thimbleby (2)
  • Thirkleby (3)
  • Thirlby
  • Thirsk Castle
  • Thirsk
  • Thormanby
  • Thornborough
  • Thornton le Street
  • Thorowdale
  • Topcliffe
  • Top Hewick
  • Tumuli (5)
  • U
  • Upsal
  • Ure (river? (2)
  • Vale of Mowbray (2)
  • Vale of Yore
  • Vyner (family) (2)
  • W
  • Wass
  • Wath
  • Well Village
  • Wensleydale
  • Whitemare Cliff (2)
  • White Horse of Kilburn (2)
  • Whitelas (beck)
  • Whitstone Cliff (3)
  • Witch Abigail
  • World's End
  • Wymund the Saxon
  • Y
  • Yew Trees
  • Yore (river)
  • Yore Vale
  • Z
  • Zoology (4)

 

The contents of Richmondshire - Volume II :

  • Geological Sketch (by Rev. J. C. Fowler)
  • Introductory Sketch
  • The Northallerton District
  • Scorton
  • Bolton-on-Swale
  • Catterick
  • Catterick and Richmond
  • Richmond Castle and its History
  • Willance's Leap and Hudswell Village
  • Aske Hall, Gilling, and Kirby Ravensworth
  • Kirby Hill to Marske
  • Middle Swaledale
  • Reeth
  • Arkengarthdale
  • Reeth to Gunnerside
  • Summer Lodge and Gunnerside
  • Botanical Sketch (by F. Arnold Lees)
  •  
  • "THE WILD BORDERLAND."
  • Round About the Greta
  • Barnard Castle and the Tees Country
  • Bowes and Stanemoor
  • Over the Hills to Gunnerside
  • Gunnerside to Keld
  • The Highlands of Richmondshire
  • The Buttertubs Pass to Upper Wensleydale
  • Round About Hawes
  • The Gayle District
  • Semerdale and Semerwater
  • "WENSLEYDALE."
  • Bedale Town
  • Round About Bedale
  • Crakehall and Hornby District
  • The Valley of the Bethe
  • Round About Spennithorne
  • Harmby and Neighbourhood
  • Coverdale
  • King's and King-Maker's Middleham
  • Round About Leyburn
  • Wensley and Bolton Castle District
  • Bearpark and Woodhall
  • Aysgarth
  • West Witton to Bishopdale
  • The Bishopdale District
  • Nappa and Askrigg
  • Bainbridge
  • Botanical Sketch (by F. Arnold Lees)
  •  
  • MAPS.
  • Round About Northallerton
  • Richmond to Reeth
  • Plan of Richmond and Environs
  • Richmond to Catterick
  • Upper Swaledale and Richmondshire Borderland
  • Leyburn to Bedale
  • Hawes to Leyburn


List of Illustrationsof Richmondshire - Volume II :

  • The Fossil Pterodactyl
  • Skeleton of Plesiosaurus
  • Ammonite
  • Fossil Bones (Leeds Museum)
  • Northallerton from the North West
  • Parish Church, Northallerton
  • Northallerton
  • The Old Tolbooth, Northallerton
  • Packhorse Bridge, Romanby
  • Hogback Tomb at Brompton
  • Hogback Tomb and Cross at Brompton
  • Hogback Tomb at Heysham
  • Standard Hill Farm
  • Street View, Thornton le Moor
  • Rev. Thomas Parkinson
  • Newby Wiske
  • Kirby Wiske
  • The Swale at Mawnby
  • The Church, Danby Wiske
  • Scorton Green
  • Bolton on Swale
  • Henry Jenkins
  • The Swale Country
  • Catterick Green
  • The Angel Inn, Catterick
  • Catterick Church
  • Tomb of Walter de Urswicke
  • Brompton on Swale
  • Brompton (Street Scene)
  • Easby Abbey
  • Easby and Richmond, from Summer Lodge
  • Staircase to Priest's Chamber
  • Richmond from the Terrace
  • Fratery Window, Easby Abbey
  • Cornforth Hill 'Bar, Richmond
  • Richmond Castle from the Swale
  • Market Scene, Richmond
  • Church of St. Mary
  • The Three Towers of Richmond
  • Richmond from the West
  • Richmond from the North West
  • Willance's Leap
  • Swaledale from Willance's Leap
  • Aske Hall
  • Gilling
  • Dedication Cross
  • Bridge Scene, Gilling
  • Kirkby Hill
  • Ravensworth Castle
  • Kirkby Hill from the South
  • Jagger Ponies
  • The Swale near Ellerton
  • Marrick Priory
  • Grinton
  • Rood Loft Steps, Grinton
  • Grinton Church
  • Reeth from Fremington Bridge
  • Arkengarthdale
  • Ruth Croft
  • Langthwaite
  • Cuddy Harker
  • Reeth from Watersmeet
  • The Green, Low Row
  • Low Row towards Crack Pot
  • Where the Road Parts
  • A Corner of Gunnerside
  • Gunnerside Beck
  • Moorland Scene
  • Greta Bridge
  • Arms of the Rokeby's
  • Mortham's Tomb
  • Dairy Bridge
  • Wycliffe Church
  • Eggleston Abbey
  • Fairy Thorsgill
  • Barnard Castle
  • Sweetheart Abbey
  • Antique House, Barnard Castle
  • Raby Castle
  • Neville's Tomb, Staindrop
  • Barnard Castle
  • Cotherstone Village
  • Balder Mill
  • Romaldkirk
  • Egglestone Bridge
  • High Force
  • The Unicorn, Bowes
  • Bowes Church Porch
  • The Bowes' Crest
  • Dotheboys' Hall
  • Rere Cross, Stanemoor
  • The Greta Valley
  • The Greta near Gilmonby
  • A Moorland Stream
  • The Inn, Tan Hill
  • Gunnerside Village
  • George Reynoldson, of the "Old Gang"
  • The Angel of Gunnerside
  • A Cobbler of Fame
  • Muker from the East
  • The Band Room, Muker
  • Muker by Moonlight
  • Kisdon Force
  • Swinnow Gill Kirk
  • East Stonesdale Beck
  • The Swale at Keld
  • The Source of the River Catrigg Force, Keld
  • Moor Close Jamie
  • Lane Scene, Keld
  • The Clogger's Dwelling, Thwaite
  • The Buttertubs Pass
  • The Buttertubs
  • Wensleydale from Simonstone
  • Hardraw Force
  • Hawes from the Bridge
  • Cotterdale
  • The First Bridge, Lunds
  • Lund's Church
  • The Devil's Bridge
  • Where the Becks Meet, Lunds
  • The Moorcock Inn
  • Gaping Ghyll
  • Hull Pot
  • Thorns Gill
  • Lower Mossdale
  • Mossdale Force
  • Cotter Force
  • Gayle Beck by Moonlight
  • Sproats Fishing
  • A well known Hawes ite
  • Gayle Knitters
  • Aisgill Force
  • The Home of Black Lenn, Gayle
  • Langstrothdale Chase
  • Legend of Semerwater
  • Countersett
  • Miss Jessie Fothergill
  • Semerwater from the North East
  • Horner, a former Bainbridge Horn Blower
  • Bedale Market Place
  • Bedale Church
  • Fitz Alan's Effigies at Bedale
  • Bedale, Sixty Years Ago
  • Kilgram Bridge
  • Thornton Watlas Church
  • Snape Castle
  •  
  • Street Scene, Well
  • Ancient Interior, Well
  • Fanny Peacock
  • Burniston Church
  • Pickhill
  • Lych Gate, Scruton Church
  • Crakehall
  • Arms of the Duke of Leeds
  • A Notable Nonagenarian (John Smith, of Ainderby)
  • A Centenarian (Mrs.Lanchester, of Hunton)
  • Hauxwell Church
  • Simon Thomas Scrope
  • Thornton Steward Church Brook
  • Spennithorne Church
  • Castle Fragment (Fitz Randolph)
  • Jervaulx Abbey
  • Abbots of Jervaulx Arms
  • Doorway, jervaulx
  • Lord Fitz Hugh (Arms of)
  • Deep Gill Force, Witton
  • Lower Coverdale
  • Lowthorpe
  • Coverdale Old Mill
  • Gateway, Coverham Abbey
  • Effigies, Coverham
  • Lych Gate, Coverham
  • Middleham Castle
  • Tomb of Ralph Neville
  • Seal of Coverham
  • Seal of Middleham
  • Middleham Castle
  • Seal of Richard of Middleham
  • Middleham Church
  • Distant View of Middleham
  • Leyburn
  • William Horne, F.G.S.
  • James Kendray, of Bellerby
  • Wensleydale from Scarth Nick
  • A River Scene
  • The Green, Wensley
  • Head of Ancient Cross, Wensley
  • The Yore near Wensley
  • Bolton Woods (Winter)
  • The Old Tree, Redmire
  • Quaint Cottage, Redmire
  • Queen Mary Harrison
  • Castle Bolton
  • Falls near Redmire
  • Old Lane, Thoresby
  • Old Woodhall
  • Lower Falls, Aysgarth
  • Aysgarth Bridge
  • Upper Falls, Aysgarth
  • The Late Betty Webster
  • A Bend of the Yore
  • West Witton
  • Old Mill West Witton
  • The Falls, Burton
  • West Burton
  • Looking up Langstrothdale, from near Cray
  • Foss Gill
  • Rustic Bridge, near Newbiggin, Bishopdale
  • Thoralby
  • The Late John Chapman
  • The Arms of the Metcalfes
  • Nappa Hall
  • The Market Cross, Askrigg
  • Askrigg from the East
  • Askrigg from the North
  • The Lady's Slipper Orchid
  • Coleby Hall
  • Grange Beck
  • Bainbridge Smithson
  • George Terry
  • The Horn Blower of Bainbridge
  • Aaron Knaggs

The index for Richmondshire Volume II :

  • Abbeys (5)
  • Addlebrough (hill)
  • Ainderby Steeple (2)
  • Aisgill Force
  • Akebar
  • Alans' (fam)
  • Alan the Red
  • Alvertune (2)
  • Apperset
  • Appleton Wiske
  • Archery (2)
  • Arkengarthdale (2)
  • Arkle (Beck) (3)
  • Arrathorne
  • Ascham (Roger) (2)
  • Aske Hall
  • Askrigg
  • Aysgarth (2)
  • B
  • Bain (river) (2)
  • Bainbridge
  • Balder dale
  • Barden Bethe
  • Barnard Castle
  • Barney (beck)
  • Barningham
  • Barras
  • Battles (3)
  • Beacon hill
  • Bedale
  • Bellerby (2)
  • Bethe (river) (3)
  • Birkby
  • Bishopdale (2)
  • Blackburn sike
  • Blakethwaite
  • Bolton on Swale
  • Booze (2)
  • Botany (30)
  • Boulders (Erratic) (2)
  • Bowes
  • Bow Bridge
  • Brear Park
  • Bridges (9)
  • Brignal
  • Broderick Burial
  • Brompton
  • Brompton on Swale
  • Bulla moor
  • Burniston
  • Burrow pit holes
  • Burtersett (2)
  • Buttertubs (2)
  • C
  • Carperby (2)
  • Camps (6)
  • Castles (8)
  • Castle Hills
  • Catterick
  • Catterick Bridge
  • Cath trail (the)
  • Cat hole
  • Catrigg Force
  • Car low Stone
  • Carthorpe
  • Cat Castle
  • Cauldron Snout (cascade)
  • Caves (5)
  • Cults, Remains of (5)
  • Characters (27)
  • Chapman, John
  • Chert
  • Cheeses of the Dale
  • Churches (13)
  • Clint
  • Cogden haugh
  • Colburn (3)
  • Coleby Hall (2)
  • Conchology
  • Conan's Keep (2)
  • Cornforth
  • Corpse' wat (the)
  • Cotherstone
  • Cotterham
  • Countersett
  • Cowling
  • Cowton, E & S
  • Crackpot
  • Crakehall
  • Croft
  • Crosses (5)
  • Crow Coal
  • Cubeck
  • Curse, the Richmondshire
  • Customs (3)
  • D
  • Dalton
  • Danby Wiske
  • Danby Hall
  • Dentdale
  • Deepdale
  • Dialect of Swardal
  • Dickens, Chas (Letter) (2)
  • Dod Fell
  • Downholme
  • Dulcicor (Abbey)
  • E
  • Easby (4)
  • East Hauxwell
  • Egglestone Bridge
  • Eggleston (2)
  • Ellerton upon Swale (2)
  • Ellerton (2)
  • Eryholme
  • Etymology (12)
  • Exelby
  • Faire hole
  • Feetham (4)
  • Felon Sowe (Ballad of)
  • Fingail
  • Finkle (name)
  • Firby
  • Fish (Cray)
  • Fleet floss
  • Flood (of Thwaite)
  • Folk lore (9)
  • Forcet
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