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Vallis Eboracensis (The Vale of York).
The History and Antiquities of Easingwold,
By Thomas Gill.
First published 1852.
A topographic view of Easingwold and neighbourhood. An area rich in monuments of antiquity, abbeys, priories, castles and encampments; the author has included a brief history of each place in this part of the Vale of York, formerly known as the Forest of Galtres.
Includes Crayke, Gilling, Raskelf, Newburgh, Brandsby, Coxwold, Hovingham, Oswaldkirk, Ampleforth, Helmsley, Husthwaite, Sessay, Newton on Ouse, Sheriff Hutton and many others.
Written in 1852, it was, and still is, held to be a very good history of this area.
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