Local History Information Sources 

History of Thirsk by J B Jefferson 1821 
Thirsk Miscellany II by Ralph Brooke 
The History and Antiquities of Easingwold & its Neighbours by Thomas Gill 1852 
Yorkshire & North Riding by T. Whelan & Co 1859 
Domesday Book - Studies Alecto Historical Editions 1987 
Entry in the Schedule of Monuments, Section 1, of the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Areas Act National Monument Number 20530 
Two Mesolithic Riverside Sites in Yorkshire by E. T. Cowling and H. J. Strickland YAJ Vol 36 
Humberstone's Survey YAJ Vol 17 
Roman Yorkshire Edited by Dorothy Greene 
Yorkshires Ruined Castles by John L. Illingworth 
The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom Vol 4. 
Vale of Mowbray by William Grainge 1859 
York & North Riding Vol II by T. Whellan & Co 
The Falcon 1889 
History, Topography and Directory of North Yorkshire by T. Bulmer & Co 1890 
Richmondshire & The Vale of Mowbray by Edmund Bogg 1906 
The Golden Vale of Mowbray by Edmund Bogg 1909 
Early History of the North Riding by W. Edwards 1924 
A History of Yorkshire by W. E. Tate and F. B. Singleton 1960 
Annals of the House of Percy by Edward Barrington de Fonblanque 1887 
The Military Campaigns of the Wars of the Roses by Philip A. Haig 1995 
Catalogue of Petworth House Archives NYCC County Record Office 
Petworth House, National Trust 
Petworth House Archive Material at the West Sussex Record Office. 
The Greenwood Collection from The British Museum 
Archaelogy of Medieval England and Wales by John M Steane 1985 
Newby House Surtees Society - various volumes 
Court Leet Documents in the East Riding County Archive in Beverley. 
Yorkshire Enclosure Awards by Barbara English 1985 
Topcliffe Church Records in NYCC County Records Office 
Various Guides to St. Columba's Church 
Guide to St. Columbas Church by Charles Shaw and Mary Dickinson 
Dodsworth's Church Notes 
Collectia Rerum Ecclesiasticarum de Dioesesi Eboracensi Lawton 1839 
Brass Rubbing by Malcolm Norris 
The Buildings of England, Yorkshire, North Riding 1966 by Nikolaus Pevsner 
Topcliffe by M. D. Watson 
The Evolution of Asenby by Carole Ford 
Feoffees Documentation, courtesy of the Secretary to the Feoffees Mr Geoff Hall 
Essays in North Riding , also More Essays in North Riding - seen in NYCC County Record Office 
Register of Old Yorkshire Grammar Schools by P.J. Wallis and W. E. Tate 1956 University of Leeds 
Ripon Millenary Record 
The Architecture of Colen Campbell by Howard E. Stuchbury 
Newby Park, the First Palladian Villa in England by Lindsay Boynton (Article) 
The Robinsons of Newby Park by G Hinchliffe YAJ Vol 63, 64, 65 
The Rise and Fall of the Railway King by Brian Bailey 1995 
Yorkshire Airfields in the Second World War by Patrick Otter 
Britain's Military Airfields 1939 yo 1945 by David J Smith 
It's Suicide but it's Fun, The Story of 102 Squadron 1917 to 1956 by Chris Goss 
White Rose Base by Brian J. Rapier 
Operations Record Books at the Public Record Office in Kew 
Action Stations 4 Aerodromes in North Yorkshire and War Time Memories by David Brown 
The Linton Link, Summer Edition 1999 
Yorkshire Archaological Society Journals - Many Transport and Economy by Eric Pawson 
Road Surveyors Accounts NYCC County Record Office 
Boroughbridge and Durham Turnpike NYCC County Record Office 
Acts of Parliament - Various House of Lords Record Office 
Local Council Administration by Arnold Baker 
Leeds &Thirsk Railway, National Railway Museum, Reading Room, York 
Railways around Harrogate by Martin Bourstow 1986 
Railway History and the Local Historian by E H Fowkes 
British Railways Past and Present No 11 
Regional History of The Railways of Great Britain Vol 4 by K Hoole 
Swale Navigation Documentation from the Linton Lock Commissioners, Malton 
Canals of Yorkshire and North East England Volume I by Charles Hadfield 
The Canal Age by Charles Hadfield 
Plans of Canals and Railways NYCC County Record Office 
Dictionary of National Biography Edited by Sydney Lee 1909 
Directories: Baines 1823, Pigot & Co 1834, 
Whites 1840, Post Office 1857, Post Office 
1879, Bulmers History 1890, Kellys 1909, 
Kellys 1921Kellys 1929, Kellys 1937. 
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