... from my working notes ... accuracy not guaranteed ... for explanatory note, see post of 14 Feb 2013
1840 Whites: Sexhow: Stephen York, farmer
1841 Census: Francis York 15 servant at Sexhow Hall (Chapman)
1841 Census: Sexhow: Stephen York 40 farmer, wife Elizabeth 30, and James 13, with Joseph Patterson 30 and Mary Wright 15 servants
11 Dec 1857: George Smith a26, butcher, son of William Smith butcher, married Mrs Elizabeth York a45 daughter of James Gricewood farmer: [witnesses: Thomas Sleigh, George Shirwood]
1872 Post Office Directory: Hutton Rudby: John Barker York, bricklayer
“men and women of distinction in service … Mrs York, of Hutton” [Northern Primitive Methodism by W.M.Patterson]
1878/9 Mrs Yorke planted a tree near Ebenezer Place.
1881 Census: Mrs Mary York, widow, 57, and her daughter Dinah 34, next door to the Misses Temple, in or near Ebenezer Place
A headstone to Mary York, wife of John Barker York who died 1882 a59.
J B York and T Sage, both members of the chapel, took down the old Primitive Methodist chapel for £5 for the rebuilding in 1887 [G Milburn’s notes]
1840 Whites & 1859 Whellans: the poor have “the dividends of £100 three per cent consols, purchased with £70 left by James Young, in 1807”
FQ 560: 2 & 3 Nov 1829: ppty bought by Jane Willans widow in Enterpen: garth of 1r 3p where a cottage formerly stood, formerly occ by John Miller, then by George Wilson, Mary Young & Hannah Young, then by Matthew Richardson jnr, then by John Burden, bounded by Thomas Wayne to N, E & W, and by street called Enterpen to S; with the houses “lately erected upon the garth” & now occupied by Simeon Burden, John Smelt, Paul Oates, John Goldsbrough, William Jowsey, Abraham Holdgate and William Burnsides