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    OLD MALTON Manor OLD MALTON AP/CP (Parish-level Unit)
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    Place name County Entry Source
    BYLAND-ABBEY Yorkshire Malton and Driffield railway, at Coxwold station, 8½ miles ESE of Thirsk. Acres, 3,130. Real property, £3,392. Pop., 104. Houses, 21. A Cistertian Abbey was removed hither, in 1147, from Old Byland Imperial
    CASTLE-HOWARD Yorkshire Malton. There is also a post office of the name under York. The mansion is the seat of the Earl of Carlisle; and stands 3 miles NNW of the station. It occupies the site of the old castle Imperial
    FOSTON Yorkshire Malton district, N. R. Yorkshire. The township lies adjacent to the Barton-Hill station of the York and Scarborough railway, W of the river Derwent, 11½ miles NE by N of York; and has a post office under York. Acres, 820. Real property, £1, 849. Pop., 85. Houses, 17. The parish includes also the township of Thornton-le-Clay, and part of the township of Flaxton-on-the-Moor; but is returned, in the statistics, as exclusive of the latter. Acres, 2, 090. Real property, £3, 477. Pop., 355. Houses, 77. The property is divided among Imperial
    GARTON-ON-THE-WOLDS Yorkshire Malton railway, 3 miles WNW of Great Driffield; and has a station, of the name of Garton, on the railway. The parish comprises 4, 380 acres. Post town, Driffield. Real property, £4, 607. Pop., 572. Houses, 98. The property is divided among a few. Much of the surface is hilly and wooded. The living is a vicarage in the diocese of York. Value, £150. Patron, the Lord Chancellor. The church stands on an eminence; has a Norman tower; contains old oaken Imperial
    HOVINGHAM Yorkshire old Saxon tower, with new stone roof; was rebuilt in 1860; comprises nave with N and S aisles, and chancel with N aisle; and shows some beautiful stone carving. Hovingham Hall, the seat of Sir W. Worsley, Bart., a modern mansion in the Italian style, is in the village. -The township comprises 3, 110 acres. Real property, £3, 796. Pop., 608. Houses, 121.—The parish contains also the townships of Scackleton, Fryton, Wath, South Holme, and Airyholme and Howthorpe in Malton Imperial
    HOWSHAM Yorkshire Malton. Acres, 2, 056. Real property, £2, 900. Pop., 188. Houses, 33. The property belonged to Kirkham priory; was given, at the dissolution, to the Eires; and passed to the Bamburghs and the Cholmleys. Howsham Hall was built, by Thomas Bambnrgh, out of the materials of the old priory Imperial
    MABLETHORPE-ST. PETER Lincolnshire old castle, is traditionally said to have been a giant, and to have made the road from Dunsley to Malton Imperial
    Malton Yorkshire Malton , market town, East-Riding and North-Riding Yorkshire, on river Derwent, 22 miles NE. of York and 210 miles N. of London by rail, 6855 ac., pop. 8754; P.O., T.O., 3 Banks, 2 newspapers. Market-day, Saturday . The town includes Old Malton Bartholomew
    MALTON Yorkshire Malton and Old Malton.—The sub-district contains the parishes of New Malton-St. Leonard, New Malton-St. Michael Imperial
    MALTON (NEw) Yorkshire Malton on account of a reconstruction of it in the 12th century; but, in common with Old Malton to the NE, and with Imperial
    Malton, New, and Malton, Old Yorkshire Malton, Old , 2 pars., North-Riding Yorkshire, in town of Malton - New Malton, 49 ac., pop. 3453; Old Malton, 3968 ac., pop. 1819. Bartholomew
    MALTON (OLD) Yorkshire MALTON (OLD) , a village and a parish in Malton district, N. R. Yorkshire. The village stands on the river Derwent Imperial
    NORTON Yorkshire Old Malton priory; was rebuilt in 1815, at a cost of £2, 500; is a tasteless structure, in the Grecian Imperial
    WYKEHAM Yorkshire WYKEHAM , a hamlet in Old Malton parish, N. R. Yorkshire; near Matton. Imperial
    YORK Yorkshire old age by Elizabeth; Hutton, whose sermons "pinned Elizabeth's shroud about her face;'' Matthew, the punster; Monteigne, who won his preferment by a pithy saying to James I.; Neile, who was the last to burn a heretic; Williams, the pluralist lord-keeper; Frewen, the author of the "Whole Duty of Man;'' Dolben, noted for facile extemporaneous preaching; Sharp, who plumed himself on the alternate study of the Scriptures and Shakespeare; and Blackburne, the buccaneer. Eleven of the dignitaries became cardinals. The cathedral establishment includes the archbishop, the dean and precentor, four residentiary canons, a chancellor of the church Imperial
    YORKSHIRE Yorkshire Malton, and Flamborough. Watling-street, Ermine-street, Ryknield-street, and other Roman roads have left either vestiges or memorials. Roman camps are numerous; Saxon and Danish monuments, chiefly mounds, are in various places; and Norman remains are plentiful. Ruins of old castles Imperial
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