Yorkshire Archaeological Journal (1962) Volume XL

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Yorkshire Archaeological Journal

Volume 40 of the Yorkshire Archaeological Journal was published in 1962.


  • The Defences of Isurium Brigantum (Aldborough) — J.N.L. Myres and Mrs. A.M.H. Chitty
  • Yorkshire Final Concords of the Reign of Henry II — Sir Charles T. Clay
  • Romano-British Discoveries at Crayke, North Riding of Yorksshire
    • Sites at Woodhouse Farm, Crayke — R.H. Hayes
    • The Trial Excavation — E.J.W. Hildyard
  • Penistone Grammar School in the Nineteenth Century — John Addy
  • The Agriculture of the East Riding of Yorkshire before the Parliamentary Enclosures — Alan Harris
  • The Excavation of Beaker Burials at Staxton, East Riding, 1957 — I.M. Stead
  • The East Window of St. Michael-le-Belfrey Church, York — John A. Knowles
  • The Discovery of Reindeer Bones in Stump Cross Caverns, Greenhow Hill — Major E.R. Collins
  • Thornborough Cursus, Yorks. — Faith de Mallet Vatcher
  • An Iron Age Site at Driffield, East Riding, Yorks — Judith T. Philips
  • Dives House Barn at Dalton, near Huddersfield — Frank Atkinson
  • Notes on the Early Generations of the Family of Constable of Halsham — Sir Charles T. Clay
  • Sir George Savile, Edmund Burke, and the Yorkshire Reform Programme, February, 1780 — Ian R. Christie
  • Mesolithic Flint Axes from the West Riding of Yorkshire — J. Davies and W.F. Rankine
  • A Ring-marked Rock: The Grey Stone, Harewood Park — E.T. Cowling and C.E. Hartley
  • Portrait of a Yorkshire Squire: John Fullerton of Thrybergh (1778-1847) — J.T. Ward
  • Defence Measures for the West Riding, 1586 — Michael Chadwick
  • The Pre-conquest Churches of York: With an Appendix on Eighth-century Northumbrian Annals — Kenneth Harrison
  • A Study in the Manorial History of Halifax Parish in the Sixteenth and Early Seventeenth Centuries. Part I & II — Martha J. Ellis
  • Cottingham Church and Its Heraldry — A.S. Harvey
  • Seven Archaeological Discoveries in Yorkshire — Peter Wenham
  • Excavations and Discoveries Adjoining the South-West Wall of the Roman Legionary Fortress in Feasegate, York, 1955-1957 — Peter Wenham
  • The Hero as Genealogist: General Plantagenet-Harrison — A.L. Morton
  • Richmondshire Presentments in the Reign of Queen Anne — Michael Chadwick
  • A Note on Clay Pipes from Hungate, York — The Late Bryan H. St. J. O'Neil
  • Enclosure by Agreement at Healaugh (West Riding) — K.J. Allison
  • Clifton Grammar School, Near Brighouse, West Riding — E.P. Green
  • West Riding Commissioners of Enclosure, 1729-1850 — W.S. Rodgers
  • The Palmes Family of Naburn and their Contribution to the Survival of Roman Catholicism — T.B. Trappes-Lomax
  • An Inquiry Into the Date of the Stained Glass in the Chapter House at York — John A. Knowles
  • Notes on Two Heraldic Tombs — A.S. Harvey
  • The Monastic Settlement of North-East Yorkshire — Bryan Waites
  • The Advowson of St. Martin’s Church in Micklegate, York — T.W. French
  • Excavations and Discoveries Within the Legionary Fortress in Davygate, York, 1955-8 — Peter Wenham
  • Country Against Court. Christopher Wyvill, a Yorkshire Champion — N.C. Phillips
  • Whitby 1958 — Philip A. Rahtz
  • A Rinyo-Clacton Vase from Wykeham, North Riding, Yorkshire — J.W. Moore and T.G. Manby
  • A New Engraved Rock from Wharfedale, West Riding of Yorkshire — J. Davies
  • The Monastic Grange as a Factor in the Settlement of North-East Yorkshire — Bryan Waites
  • Early Churchwardens’ Presentments in the Archdeaconry of Richmond — Michael Chadwick
  • Crayke: A Seventeenth Century Peculiar — P.L. Heyworth

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