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Anlaby is a village forming part of the western suburbs of Kingston upon Hull, in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England. It forms part of the civil parish of Anlaby with Anlaby Common.
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by John George Hall
Anlaby is a township chiefly in the parish of Kirk-Ella, and extends also into the parishes of Hessle and North Ferriby. The Church of St. Peter, a chapel of ease to Kirk-Ella, is a Gothic brick building; it was built in 1864, and entirely re-built t ...
From Its Foundation in the Reign of Edward the First to the Present Time, with a Description of Part of the Adjacent Country, Embellished with Engraved Views of Public Buildings, an Ancient and Modern Plan of the Town and Several Antiquities by John Tickell
Anlaby is a pleasant country village, fituated at a convenient distance from Hull, and in a good air. Mr. John Boyes, mr. John Voase, merchants, and miss Corthine, daughter of the late colle&tor of customs at Hull, have each a genteel country ...
Pigot and co.'s national commercial directory for 1828-9, comprising a directory of the merchants, bankers, professional gentleman [&c.] in the counties of Cheshire, Cumberland [&c.]. (1828)
by Pigot James and co
ANLABY is a village and township, partly in Heivla parish, and partly in that of Kirk Ella, three miles west of Hull, containing, by the returns made at the last census, 307 inhabitants. Levitt Wm. miller, Hexsle [Ella HORNSEA. VILLAGE and parish ...
An Alphabetical Dictionary of Coats of Arms Belonging to Families in Great Britain and Ireland (1874)
by John Woody Papworth
Anlaby or Hanlaby. M. Alnack de Anlaby ...
Anlaby, Hessle, Willerby, Kirkella, Howden, Selby, York, Hedon, Burstwick, Keyinghain, Patrington, Withernsea, Sutton, Hornsea, Market Weighton, Pocklington, Grimsby, Barton, Brigg, Gainsborough, &c. The Hull Daily News is the Largest ...
The Yorkshire gazetteer; or, A dictionary of the towns, villages, and hamlets ... in the county of York (1806)
by Ely Hargrove
Anlaby, East R., Wapentake of Htdlflrire. Anston Chapel, West R., Wapentake of Strafforth and Tickhill. Anston, North and South, West R., Wapentake of Stras, forth and Tickhill. Aptstie, North R., Wapentake of Hang-West. Apptrky-Bridge, West ...
The Yorkshire Gazetteer; or, a dictionary of the towns, villages, ... hamlets, monasteries and castles ... in the County of York, etc (1812)
by Ely HARGROVE
Anlaby, East R., Hullshire, 4 miles from Hull. Anston, fNart/z and Sout/z} West R., Wapentake of Strafi'orth-and Tickhill. 8 miles from Rotherham; Apperlqy-Bridge, WestR., Wapentake of A'gbrigg and Morley, 8 miles from Bradford. Applegnrtlz ...
by William Berry
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by David Mills
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by Clive Upton, William A. Kretzschmar, Jr.
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by Sir Sidney Lee
ANLABY, WILLIAM (1552P-1597), catholic missioner, a native of Etton in Yorkshire, matriculated in the university of Cambridge as a pensioner of St. John's College, ...
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