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(a) Wheldrake Inclosure Act, 1769

(b) Survey of Wheldrake at the inclosure, by Wm. Dawson of Tadcaster, 1769

(c) Copy Grant : Thomas Scawen of Maydwell co. Northants esq., and his only son James S., to Robert Scawen of the Inner Temple, London, esq., Henry Clive of par. St. Clement Danes co. Mdx. gent., and Noble Wallwyn Pytts of the Middle Temple, London, gent.: annuity of £5 from manor of Wheldrake to uses of school master of Wheldrake for teaching 10 poor children of the parish: Thomas Scawen having paid £5 a year for such purposes 'for many years last past', 7 January 1761

(d) Copy Terrier of the Rectory of Wheldrake, 7 August 1809

(e) Copy Terrier of the Rectory of Wheldrake, 8 August 1817

(f) Memorandum that William Petch and William Walker son of Silvester Walker turned cattle into the gardens taken up in the lanes and waste grounds of Wheldrake, as having right to herbage there, 7 December 1825

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Part of an original bundle, U DDFA/18/245 - U DDFA/18/270