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1. St. Mary’s Church Masham & St. Paul’s Church Healey; St. Andrew’s Kirby Malzeard And Kirby Malzeard Cemetery; St. John The Evangelist, Mickley; St. Nicholas’s Church, West Tanfield; St. James’s Church, Grewelthorpe; St. Peter, Dallowgill, & The Church Of The Resurrection, Dallowgill ( X Fiche)
2. Ripon Cemetery; Holy Trinity Church, Ripon; St. Cuthbert’s & St. Oswalds, Winksley, & St. Mary The Virgin, North Stainley.
3. St.John, Aldfield; St.Mary, Studley Royal; St. Michaels, Sawley; Christ The Consoler, Skelton-On-Ure; St. Helen’s, Skelton-On-Ure, & Skelton-On-Ure Methodist Chapel.
4. St. Leonard’s, Burton Leonard; Methodist Church, Burton Leonard; Cemetery, Burton Leonard; Old Church Of St. John, Bishop Thornton; Bishop Monkton; Killinghall; Burnt Yates; Padside; Ramsgill; Darley; Thornthwaite; Hartwith; Dacre; Dacre Banks; Greenhow Hill; Darley, & Thornthwaite.
5. Kirk Hammerton; Farnham; Scotton; Staveley; Arkendale; Methodist Chapels, Comprising Harrogate Circuit, Knaresborough Gracious Street, Beamsley & West Tanfield; St.Marks, Harrogate; St. John The Baptist, Brearton; St. Michael And All Angel’s, Copgrove; St.Paul And St. Margaret’s, Nidd, & All Saint’s, Spofforth.
6. Grove Road Cemetery, Harrogate; Bilton With Harrogate Churches And Chapels, Including St. John, St. Peter And St. Wilfrid; St.Margaret’s, Pannal; St. Michael And All Angel’s, Beckwithshaw, & Harrogate Ladies’ College Chapel.
1. 1891. Rg12/3510 And Rg12/3511. Ripon And Surrounding Villages.
City of Ripon and the villages of Markington; Bishop Monkton; Aldfield; Studley Royal; Studley Roger; Bishopton; Clotherholme; Sutton Grange; North Stainley; Whitecliffe with Thorpe; Littlethorpe, and Aismunderby with Bondgate.
RG12/3512, RG12/3513 And RG12/3514
Kirkby Malzeard, Wath, Dishforth And Nearby Villages Near Ripon. Kirkby Malzeard; Grewelthorpe; Laverton; Azerley; Grantley; Skeldon; Winksley; Sawley; Eavestone; Wath; Norton Conyers; Melmerby; Middleton Quernhowe; Sutton Howgill; East Tanfield; West Tanfield; Nunwick; Hutton Conyers; Dishforth; Marton-le-Moor; Newby with Mulwith; Baldersby; Rainton with Newby; Asenby, and Cundall with Leekby.
2. 1891. RG12/3515 and RG12/3516. Boroughbridge And Nearby Villages, And Whixley And Nearby Villages
Boroughbridge; Aldborough; Roecliffe; Westwick with Minskip; Lower Dunsforth; Higher Dunsforth; Marton-cum-Grafton; Staveley; Copgrove; Arkendale; Ellenthorpe with Milby; Kirby Hill; Langthorpe; Norton-le-Clay; Thornton Bridge; Helperby, and Skelton-on-Ure. Whixley; Green Hammerton; Kirk Hammerton; Thornville; Cattal; Tollerton; Youlton; Great Ouseburn; Kirby Hall; Thorpe Underwood; Little Ouseburn; Nun Monkton; Widdington; Allerton; Coneythorpe; Ribston; Walshford, and Hunsingore.
3. 1891. RG12/3506, RG3507, RG12/3508 and RG12/3509. Pateley Bridge, Ramsgill And Thornthwaite, Dacre And Nearby Villages
Pateley Bridge; Ramsgill; Thornthwaite; Thruscross; Menwith with Darley; Birstwith; Dacre; Hartwith; Summerbridge; New York and Low Laithes; Smelthouses, Wysing and Braisty Wood; Hartwith cum Winsley; Warsill; Bishop Thornton; Shaw Mills, and Clint.
1851. HO107/2280. Pateley Bridge Area
1861. RG9/3193. Pateley Bridge Area
1871. RG10/4271. Pateley Bridge Area