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Historic Buildings of Yorkshire

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The object of this project is to provide information about historic buildings in the county of Yorkshire, with links to sub-projects for specific buildings as appropriate. GENi profiles of people associated with those establishments can be linked to this project and/or to individual projects where they have been set up.


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Historic houses in alphabetical order

Including Castles, Abbeys, Priories, Manor Houses, Mansions, Stately Homes, Country houses, Estate houses, Courts, Halls, Parks and other listed buildings of historic interest.

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A

● Acklam Hall

Ackworth Grange

Wilfred Francis Tempest

● Aldby Park

● Allerton Castle

● Anlaby House

● Aske Hall, Easby Near Richmond Pele Tower major building

● Ayton Castle Aiton Tower House , Pele Tower major building


B

● Banner Cross Hall

● Barnes Hall

● Barden Tower Tower House major building

● Barningham; The Hall Barningham Park Pele Tower masonry ruins/remnants

● Bedale Church of St Gregory Fortified Ecclesiastical site major building

● Bedale Hall

● Beningbrough Hall

● Beverley Town Defences North Bar; Norwood Bar; Newbegin Bar; Eastgate Bar; Keldgate Bar Urban Defence major building

● Birley Old Hall

● Bishops' House

● Bishopthorpe Palace Palace masonry footings

● Bolling Hall, Bradford Bowling Hall Pele Tower major building

● Bolsterstone Castle Bolderstone Masonry Castle , Fortified Manor House masonry footings

● Bolton Castle Bolton in Wensleydale Masonry Castle major building

● Bolton Old Hall Bolton on Swale Hall Pele Tower major building

● Bowes Castle Bough; Castelli de Bogis; Beoves; Bouys Timber Castle , Masonry Castle major building

Bradford Hall - see Clarke Hall - A timber framed house known as Bradford Hall originally stood on the site of Clarke Hall, evidence of the original building can still be found under the floors of Clarke Hall and under the yard. Bradford Hall was built in 1542 by Brian Bradford and remained property of his family until the last Bradfield to live there, John Bradfield died in 1626 leaving his estate to his three daughters. It was then sold to Humphrey Wingfield, remaining with that family until 1677 when it was purchased by Benjamin Clarke from John Wingfield. He was the brother of Benjamin's wife Priscilla who lived there as a child, which is believed to be the reason why the couple bought it. Benjamin used some of Priscilla's dowry to demolish the old Hall and build on its site Clarke Hall. The house remained in the family until 1788 when it was sold with 50 acres of land for £3,000 to a Sir Michael Pilkington tenant at that time, Mr John Haldene, who did work to restore the defective parts of the house.

● Brantingham Thorpe

● Brodsworth Hall

● Broom Hall

● Brough Hall Pele Tower masonry ruins/remnants

● Broughton Hall

● Burntwood Hall

● Burrowlee House

● Burton Agnes Manor House Fortified Manor House major building

● Burton Constable Hall


C

● Calverley Old Hall Fortified Manor House major building

● Carlton Towers

● Castle Howard

● Cannon Hall

● Cantley Hall

● Carbrook Hall

● Cawood Castle Thorpe Lane; Carwood; Cawode Masonry Castle , Palace masonry ruins/remnants

● Church of St John of Beverley, Harpham Fortified Ecclesiastical site major building

Clarke Hall which stands on the the site of a timber framed house known as Bradford Hall which stood there before. Evidence of the original building can still be found under the floors of Clarke Hall and under the yard. Clarke Hall is a seventeenth century gentleman farmer's house on Aberford Road, Wakefield, a Grade II● listed . ln 1677 it was purchased by Benjamin Clarke from John Wingfield. He was the brother of Benjamin's wife Priscilla who lived there as a child, which is believed to be the reason why the couple bought it. Benjamin used some of Priscilla's dowry to demolish the old Hall and build Clarke Hall on the site. The house remained in the family until 1788 when it was sold with 50 acres of land for £3,000 to a tenant Sir Michael Pilkington at that time, Mr John Haldene, who did work to restore the defective parts of the house. It is now the property of the West Riding County Council, and is a museum and educational resource centre. http://www.stanleyhistoryonline.com/Clarke-Hall.html

● Clifton Castle, Clifton upon Ure; Masham; Clifton super Yoram Pele Tower masonry footings

● Conisbrough Castle Conisborough; Conisburgh; Coningsburgh; Conigbroc; Kuningeburh Timber Castle , Masonry Castle major building

● Constable Burton Hall

● Cotherstone Castle Cotterstone; Cuderston; Cutherston; Codrestune; Hallgarth Timber Castle , Masonry Castle masonry footings

● Cowick Hall

● Cowton Castle, South Cowton Gilling West near Richmond 2; Coluton Castle Tower House major building

● Crathorne Hall● Crayke Castle Crek; Crech; Creche; Creic; Creca; Crec; Crake; Crage Timber Castle , Masonry Castle , Palace , Tower House masonry ruins/remnants

● Crazy Castle, Skelton Skelton Castle; Sceltune Timber Castle , Masonry Castle masonry ruins/remnants

● Cusworth Hall - Owner: William Rightson esq. Head Gardener: Abraham Crowder


D

● Dalton Hall Fortified Manor House masonry footings

● Danby Castle Masonry Castle masonry ruins/remnants

● Danby Hall, Thornton Steward Danby on Ure Pele Tower major building

● Danish Tower, Flamborough Flamborough Castle; Flaynburgh; Constable's Tower Fortified Manor House masonry ruins/remnants

● Darfield New Hall Wombwell; Cranford Hall Pele Tower masonry footings

● Denaby Old Hall Fortified Manor House masonry ruins/remnants

● Denton Hall, Wharfedale

● Dial House

● Doncaster Castle Timber Castle masonry footings

//s3.amazonaws.com/photos.geni.com/p13/8e/92/5f/75/534448420660631a/dore_more_house_yorkshire_large.jpgDore More House, Sheffied Dore More House, Sheffield.

Image 2016 found on rightmove - no longer found online

Built in 1906 by the Architect Sir Edwin L. Lutyens. The house is built in old Dutch style.

1911 Census - staff included Governess, Domestic Cook, Parlour Maid, Housemaid, Under Housemaid, Nurse, Under nurse and Kitchen maid.


● Duncombe Park

● Dunsley Hall


E

● Ebberston Hall

● Elslack Hall Estlake in Craven Fortified Manor House , Tower House , Pele Tower masonry ruins/remnants

● Endcliffe Hall


F

● Farnhill Hall Farnhill House Fortified Manor House major building

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● Forcett Hall

● Fountains Hall

● Friar Garth Farmhouse

● Fulwood Hall


G

● Garrowby Hall

● Gayles Hall Fortified Manor House major building

● Gilling Castle–Gilling East near Helmsley Moat Hill; Galchlin Tower House masonry ruins/remnants

● Grimston Park


Grinton Lodge Associated with Charlesworth family

- YHA Grinton Lodge


● Goldsborough Hall


H

● Hallfield House

● Harewood Castle Harewode; Harwode Tower House major building

Harewood House

● Harlsey Castle Hatlesey; Hartesey vel Harlesey; Harsley; Harlesey Tower House masonry ruins/remnants

● Hartforth Hall

Hatfield Hall - sub project. built between 1598 and 1608 for Gervase Hatfeild and his wife Grace (formerly Grace Savile of Stanley Hall).

● Hatfield Manor House

● Hatfield Palace, South Yorkshire Heathfeld; Heatfeld Palace masonry ruins/remnants

● Hauxwell Hall

● Hazlewood Castle, Aberford Hazelwood; Heselwode Fortified Manor House masonry ruins/remnants

Heath Old Hall said to have been erected by, John Kaye, whose arms over the entrance are surmounted by those of the Queen in whose reign the Hall was built. John Kaye, however, appears to have been unable to maintain its dignity, as none of his name has since resided there. Heath Old Hall passed into the line of John Smyth Esq., who acquired a fortune in commerce at Wakefield, and purchased the Heath estate in 1707. He was baptised at Wibsey Chapel, North Bierley, in 1654, and was the son of John Smith or Smyth of Miryshay, Barkerend, Bradford.

● Hellifield Peel Helefeld; Helgefelt Pele Tower , Tower House major building

● Helmsley Castle Elmesley; Helmsey Blackamoor; Helmislay; Hemmisley Timber Castle , Masonry Castle masonry ruins/remnants

● Heslington Hall

● Hickleton Hall

● Hillsborough House

● Hipswell Hall Fortified Manor House major building

● Holme Hall, East Riding of Yorkshire

● Hooton Pagnell Hall Hooton Paynel Fortified Manor House masonry ruins/remnants

● Hornby Castle, Yorkshire Horneby; Halnaby Masonry Castle masonry ruins/remnants

● Houghton Hall, East Riding of Yorkshire

● Houndhill

● Hovingham Hall

● Howden Palace Hoveden Palace masonry ruins/remnants

● Howley Hall Fortified Manor House major building

● Howsham Hall

Hundhill Hall, Ackworth, Mansion/ Country House built late 18th century/early 19th.. (also Hound-hill) Grade: II Building Listed: 25 March 1968. English Heritage Building ID: 342606 - Edwarde Rustbie and Grace Alline

Connection - Robert Heptinstall (1716-1757)


I

● Ingleby Manor Ingleby Greenhow Manor Fortified Manor House major building

● Ingmire Hall, Sedbergh Pele Tower masonry ruins/remnants


J

● John of Gaunts Castle, Haverah Park Haywra; Heywra; Haywrocastell; Skargill; Skirgill; Scargill Palace , Fortified Manor House masonry footings


K

● Kilton Castle Kylton Timber Castle , Masonry Castle masonry footings

● Kingston upon Hull Town Wall Beverley Gate; Mamhole Gate; Hessle Gate; Myton gate; Postern Gate; Quay St Gate; Low Gate; North Gate; Sutton Town Gates Urban Defence masonry footings

● Kiplin Hall

● Kirkby Fleetham Hall

● Kirkbymoorside, Neville Castle Kirkby Moorside; Manor Garth; Castle Wall Fortified Manor House masonry ruins/remnants

● Knaresborough Castle Knarsborrow; Cnaresburg; Cnaresburh Timber Castle , Masonry Castle masonry ruins/remnants

● Knaresborough Town Defences Chenaresburg Urban Defence No visible remains

● Kyme Castle Newton Kyme Fortified Manor House masonry ruins/remnants


L

● Leader House

● Londesborough Hall

//s3.amazonaws.com/photos.geni.com/p13/4d/4d/4f/60/53444841165ae82a/loversal_hall_doncaster_large.jpg Loversall Hall - Doncaster.
Small country house now offices. Grade II listed.

Image Geograph © Copyright Dave Dunford and licensed for reuse under thttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/ Creative Commons Licence].

British Listed Buildings
WIKI Loversall

People who lived there

Colonel Grey Townsend Skipwith
Sophia Flora (Skipwith) Cooke-Yarborough

● Loxley House


M

● Markenfield Hall Markingfield Hall; Merkyngfeld Fortified Manor House major building

● Marmion Tower Tanfield Castle; Marmions Tower; Westcanfield; West Tanfield Fortified Manor House masonry ruins/remnants

● Marske Hall

● Masonry Castle masonry ruins/remnants

● Melsonby Tower Pele Tower masonry footings

● Mexborough Castle Hill Mexbrough Timber Castle , Masonry Castle earthwork

Middleham Castle in Wensleydale was built by Robert Fitzrandolph, 3rd Lord of Middleham and Spennithorne, commencing in 1190. It was built near the site of an earlier motte and bailey castle. In 1270 it came into the hands of the Neville family, the most notable member of which was Richard Neville, 16th Earl of Warwick, known to history as the "Kingmaker", a leading figure in the Wars of the Roses. Following the death of Richard, Duke of York, at Wakefield in December 1460, his younger sons, George, Duke of Clarence, and Richard, Duke of Gloucester, came into Warwick's care, and both lived at Middleham with Warwick's own family. Their brother King Edward IV was imprisoned at Middleham for a short time, having been captured by Warwick in 1469. Following Warwick's death at Barnet in 1471 and Edward's restoration to the throne, his brother Richard married Anne Neville, Warwick's younger daughter, and made Middleham his main home. Their son Edward was also born at Middleham and later also died there.

● Middlethorpe Hall

● Middlethorpe Manor

● Middleton Lodge

● Mortham Tower, Greta Bridge Rokeby Castle Fortified Manor House , Pele Tower major building

● Moulton Hall

● Mount Pleasant

Mulgrave Castle Mowgreue; Meaulx; Mont-Grace; Multgrese; Timber Castle ,

● Mylnhurst


N

● Nappa Hall, Askrigg Asygarth; No Castle; Knappey Fortified Manor House major building

● Netherside Hall

● Norton Tower, Rylstone Rylston; Rylestone Pele Tower masonry footings

● Norton Conyers House

● Newburgh Priory

● Newby Hall

● Newfield Hall

● Nidd Hall

● Norton Hall

● Nun Appleton Hall

● Nunnington Hal


O

● Oakes Park

● Old Bank House

● Onesacre Hall

● Ormesby Hall


P

● Parkhead Hall

● Paull Holme Tower Paulholme Pele Tower masonry ruins/remnants

● Pickering Castle castello de Pikeringa; Pichering; Pikeringe Timber Castle , Masonry Castle masonry ruins/remnants

Pilkington Hall Wakefield - Pilkington in Wakefield has been described as a probable Fortified Manor House, and also as a probable Pele Tower. A licence to crenellate was granted to John Pylkington in 1477 for his manor called 'Pylkyngton Hall' in the parish of Wakefield.Pilkington in Wakefield a.k.a.Pylkyngton Hall; Snapethorpe Old Hall ● Pontefract Castle Pomfret; Pumfreit; Ilberts; Castelli Ilberti; Tanshelf; Snorre Timber Castle , Masonry Castle masonry footings

● Preston Park


Q

● Queen's Tower


R

● Raven Hall

● Ravensworth Castle, Yorkshire Ravenswathe; Kirkby Ravensworth; Ravenswath Timber Castle, Masonry Castle masonry ruins/remnants

● Revell Grange

● Ribston Hall

● Riccall Manor Rikhall; Escrick Fortified Manor House major building

● Richmond Castle Richmond in Swaledale; Richemont; Richemunt Masonry Castle major building

● Richmond Town Wall The Bargate; The Bar Urban Defence masonry ruins/remnants

● The Ridding

Rigg Hall property of Sir William Hillary

● Ripley Castle Rippley Fortified Manor House , Pele Tower major building

● Riverdale House

● Roche Abbey

● Rothwell Castle Timber Castle , Masonry Castle , Fortified Manor House masonry footings

● Rudding Park House


S

● Saltmarshe Hall

● Sandal Castle Sandall Timber Castle , Masonry Castle masonry footings

● Scampston Hall

● Scarborough Castle Castle Rock; Scardeburgh; Scartheburth; Scartheburc; Scarburthe; Scarburgh; Scardeburh Timber Castle , Masonry Castle masonry ruins/remnants

● Scargill Castle, Barningham Fortified Manor House , Pele Tower masonry ruins/remnants

● Scargill House

● Seamer Dower House Semere; Semer Tower House masonry ruins/remnants

● Sewerby Hall

● Shandy Hall

● Sheffield Castle Shefeld; Sheafield; castellum de Sedfeld Timber Castle , Masonry Castle masonry footings

● Sheffield Manor Lodge and Turret House Manor Castle Fortified Manor House major building

● Sheriff Hutton Castle Shirehuton; Shirhuton; Shirifwottes; Shirefhoton; Sherry-Hutton; Castle Ile Masonry Castle , Palace masonry ruins/remnants

● Sigston Castle Kirby Sigston; Kirkby Sigston; Berford; Beresend; Beresende Masonry Castle masonry footings

● Simonstone Hall

● Sion Hill Hall

● Slingsby Castle Slyngesby Fortified Manor House masonry footings

● Skelton Castle

● Skelton Hall

● Skipton Castle

● Snape Castle Masonry Castle major building

● Sledmere House

Snapethorpe Hall aka Snapethorpe Old Hall; manor house of Snapethorpe. Christopher Saxton's 1601 plan of Thomas Pilkington's estate shows the site of of the Old Hall and, close by but separate, a tower (Evans, 1979). Pilkington had acquired the manor of Snaypthorp and Lupset in 1474. He died at the end of 1478. In his will Pilkington Hall nigh Wakefield with Snapethorpe was left to his wife providing she lived there. The tower, said to be built in 1477, was pulled down in 1724 (Walker, 1934). The form of the tower is not clear but it is likely to have been crenellated and probably had other defensive features. The separate mention of Pilkington Hall and Snapethorpe may suggest the tower was intended as a separate dwelling, possibly a replacement to the old Snapethorpe Hall. Possibly the old hall was retained as either ancillary accommodation or was intended to be demolished when the new house was finished. Sir John's death only 18 months after the licence was granted might suggest the tower was only part of the intended house (cf. Kirby Muxlow Castle). Alternatively the tower may represent an elaborate gate lodge into the estate. Snapethorpe Hall (SE307200) was demolished in the mid 1970's, although that building was certainly one of several rebuilds. It does not seem to ever have been described as having any defensive features (such as a moat). Although described as in Wakefield this was not a town house but a manor house in the exceptional large parish of Wakefield. from Gatehouse Gazetteer

● Spofforth Castle Spofford Fortified Manor House masonry ruins/remnants

● Sprotbrough House (demolished)

● St Julians Castle, Egton Julian Park Fortified Manor House masonry footings

Stanley Hall Originally called Midgley Hall - built in the 14th Century by William Midgley and his wife Maude. Albany Hawke Charlesworth

Connected families -

  • Chaloners of Guisborough;
  • Catherine Chaloner m Thomas Savile; John Savile m Grace Cockson; Edward Savile married Catherine Copley of Batley 22 Nov 1573; Grace Savile m Gervase Hatfeild (owned Wood Hall and Midgley Hall).

In 1596 there was a dispute over who owned Midgley Hall between Grace Hatfield (born Savile) and her uncle George Savile of Haselden Hall in Wakefield. George Savile claimed the Hall to be his and produced a deed entailing the Estate on male heirs. The controversy was referred to Sir John Savile of Howley Hall and Mr Neville of Chevet; they gave their verdict in favour of George Saville. After the decision Gervase and his wife Grace left Midgley Hall and demolished the nearby Wood Hall, building Hatfeild Hall on the site. Sir John Savile gave them all the required oak needed to built the new Hall from his woods at Howley. George Savile sold the Hall to

  • Sir Thomas Pilkington of Snapethorpe in 1603.
  • The Hall was let to ior William Dudley in the 1750s

In 1759 on the night of February 19th an accident occurred and the Hall was burnt to the ground with the exception of two rooms in one of the wings. These rooms contained some old plaster panelled ceilings. The Hall was partly rebuilt by the owner at the time Sir Michael Pilkington. The Hall then sold in 1802 for £23,500 to Benjamin Heywood who practically rebuilt the Hall and erected the wall around the Park, evidence of the wall can still be seen running down Stanley Hill today on the right hand side of Aberford Road. He also made vast improvements to the gardens.

Benjamin Heywood, of Stanley Hall (1757-1842) Blue Plaque - Stanley Hall, built about 1802 for the cloth-merchant Benjamin Heywood. Was the home of

● Steeton Hall, South Milford Stiveton Hall Fortified Manor House masonry ruins/remnants

● Stockeld Park

● Stockton Hall, York

● Studley Royal House (demolished)

● Stumperlowe Hall

● Sugworth Hall

● Sutton Park

● Swinden House

● Swinton Park


T

● Tanfield, Magdalen Field L'ermitage Timber Castle , Fortified Manor House masonry footings

● Tapton Hall

● Temple Manor, Temple Hirst Fortified Manor House masonry ruins/remnants

● Temple Newsam House Temple Newsam Fortified Manor House major building

● The Mount, Sheffield

● The Towers

● Thirkleby Hall (demolished)

● Thornbury

● Thornton Watlass Hall

● Thorpe Hall, Thorpe Salvin Thorpe Salvin Hall Fortified Manor House masonry ruins/remnants

● Tickhill Castle Tikehilla; Tikehille; Tikehull'; Tikehelle Timber Castle , Masonry Castle masonry ruins/remnants

● Tranby Croft


U

W

● Wadworth Hall

● Wentworth Castle

● Wentworth Woodhouse

● Whirlow Hall

● Whitley Hall

● Whiteley Wood Hall (demolished)

● Wilton Castle

● Wortley Hall

● Worton Hall Fortified Manor House major building

● Wressle Castle Wressill; Wreshil; Wresill Masonry Castle major building

● Wykeham Abbey


Y

● York Abbey St Marys Abbey; The Kings Manor Palace , Fortified Ecclesiastical site , Urban Defence major building

● York Archbishops Palace Minster Library Palace major building

● York City Wall Bootham Bar; Micklegate Bar; Walmgate Bar; Fishergate Bar; Monk Bar; Castlegate Postern; Fishergate Postern; Layerthorpe Postern; Skeldergate Postern Chain Tower , Urban Defence major building


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https://s3.amazonaws.com/photos.geni.com/p13/32/8e/08/df/5344483ec3228f25/house_button_25_original.jpg Historic Buildings of Sussex divided into two projects

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https://s3.amazonaws.com/photos.geni.com/p13/32/8e/08/df/5344483ec3228f25/house_button_25_original.jpg Westmorland Now Cumbria/Cumberland

https://s3.amazonaws.com/photos.geni.com/p13/32/8e/08/df/5344483ec3228f25/house_button_25_original.jpg Wiltshire

https://s3.amazonaws.com/photos.geni.com/p13/32/8e/08/df/5344483ec3228f25/house_button_25_original.jpg Worcestershire

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//s3.amazonaws.com/photos.geni.com/p13/bc/86/0b/17/5344483ebe2f98dc/205_blank_original.jpg this project is in History Link 
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