Papers of John Wardle, Yeoman Farmer of Gilberdyke, Yorkshire

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

The papers of John Wardle arrived in the Brynmor Jones Library in 1974 as part of the large second deposit of the solicitors, Crust Todd and Mills of Beverley. There are no personal family papers and the small collection comprises only estate papers as follows: abstract of the title of Mr Duesbury 1731-1803; late eighteenth century and early nineteenth century sale documents; title and mortgage papers of John Dudding; the 1828 assignment of a mortgage to John Wardle and his wife Ann (nee Dudding); and copies of the wills of Robert Blanshard (1773) and John Turner (1791).

Administrative / Biographical History

John Wardle was a yeoman farmer from Gilberdyke who married Ann Dudding from Scalby, later inheriting land in Scalby through her father, John Dudding (also a yeoman farmer). Some of the papers in the collection relate to land on what was Bishopsoil common, drained in 1767. An extract from the 1777 Bishopsoil inclosure award is amongst the papers (Pevsner & Neave, York and the East Riding, p.437).

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Note

Originally published by Access to Archives - A2A. The data in this finding aid is in the copyright of the place of deposit.

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Bibliography

Pevsner & Neave, D, The buildings of England: York and the East Riding (1995)