Yorkshire Archaeological Journal (1929) Volume XXIX

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Yorkshire Archaeological Journal

Volume 29 of the Yorkshire Archaeological Journal was published in 1929.

Contents

  • The Mediaeval Military Effigies of Yorkshire: Part 2 — William M. I'Anson
  • Notes on the Early Saville Pedigree and the Butlers of Skelbrook and Kirk Sandal — W. Paley Baildon
  • The Roman Camps at Cawthorn, near PickeringIan A. Richmond
  • Bradley, A Grange of Fountains — C.T. Clay
  • Notes
  • Yorkshire Scheduled Monuments
  • Reviews
  • Transactions, etc., of Yorkshire Societies
  • Papers on Yorkshire Subjects in Non-Yorkshire Transctions, etc.
  • Yorkshire Bibliography
  • Obituary: Walter Henry Brierley, Matthew Henry Peacock, Rev. Carus Vale Collier (M.A., F.S.A.), and William Horne (F.G.S.)
  • Editorial Notes
  • The Chantry Chapels of Wakefield — J.W. Walker
  • The Ripon Carvers and the Lost Choir Stalls of Bridlington Priory — J.S. Purvis
  • Ancient Heraldry in the Deanery of Catterick — Rev. C.V. Collier & Rev. H. Lawrance
  • An Appreciation of the Late Mr. I'Anson's Work on Yorkshire Effigies — J.G. Mann
  • Yorkshire and the Revolution of 1688 — Miss A.M. Evans
  • The Family of Thornhill — C.T. Clay
  • The Architectural History of the Church of St. Michael and All Angels, Sutton-on-Derwent, E.R. Yorks. — J.W. Walker
  • The Bronze Age in West Yorkshire — Dr. A. Raistrick
  • The Templars in Yorkshire and List of Templar Lands in Yorkshire, 1185-1308 — Rev. Dr. E.J. Martin
  • Two Fifteenth Century Lists of Yorkshire Religious
  • Seventeenth Century Copies of Early Yorkshire Charters

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