North Frodingham Manorial Records

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

Bound volume containing a copy of the printed North Frodingham Inclosure Act (1801) and manuscript copies of the award (1808) and Court Book (Feb 1808-Oct 1812)

Administrative / Biographical History

North Frodingham is a village in the Hull valley about 5 miles south east of Driffield in the East Riding of Yorkshire.

The manor of North Frodingham is listed in the Doomsday Book when it was held by Ulf (in 1066) and then by Drew de Bevrère (in 1086). The land was held by Thornton Abbey until the dissolution of the monastries. It then seems to have passed through a number of hands before it was purchased in 1674 by Robert Bethell a Hull merchant and was held by the family at the time of inclosure in 1808.

The bulk of the Bethell's estate was sold in 1865.

Conditions Governing Access

Access will be granted to any accredited reader

Custodial History

Deposited by C Axford, North Frodingham, March 1989

Related Material

Title deeds for North Frodingham (1792-1822) [Ref U DRA/1187-1194]

Papers of the Hotham Family of Scorborough and South Dalton [Ref U DDHO]

Material relating to both South Frodingham and North Frodingham can be found amongst the Papers of Crust Todd and Mills, Solicitors of Beverley [U DDCV]