Papers relating to research under taken by Mr Edward Waterson for the publication of Lost Houses of East Yorkshire (Georgian Society for East Yorkshire, 1988). Papers include manuscript notes, correspondence, photographs, copy illustrations, photocopied articles and press cuttings, some copy and original sales catalogues. Files present for the following properties: Albion House, Grovehill Road, Beverley; Aston Hall, North Ferriby; Bellefield House, Sutton; Low Hall and Upper Hall, Bishop Burton; Brough House, Brough; Brunswick House, Beverley Road, Hull; Camerton Hall; Cottingham Castle; Dairycoates Lodge, Hull; Easington Hall; Eastella House, Anlaby nr Hull; The Elms, Kirkella; Field House, Anlaby nr Hull; Hayton; High Paull House, Paull; Kilnwick Hall; Melton Hill; Neswick Hall; Newbald Halls; Osgodby Hall; Risby Hall; Swanland Manor; Tickton Hall; Tranby Park, Hessle; Waghen Hall (also Wawne Hall); Warter Priory nr Hull; Welham Hall, Welham nr Malton; Welton House nr Hull; West Parade House, Hull; Winestead Hall.
Lost Houses of East Yorkshire
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
In 1988 the Georgian Society for East Yorkshire published a paperback book titled 'Lost Houses of East Yorkshire'. The purpose of the book was to collate descriptions, histories and images of country houses in the region that have now been demolished and so are no longer extant. Two members of the society were tasked with the work of researching and writing the book, these were Dr David Neave and Mr Edward Waterson.
Alphabetical by name of property
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