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No 44 (2012-15)

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Editorial
The Hulleys: A Prehistoric Settlement Site In North Yorkshire by Vaughan J. Wastling
Further Notes On Trods by Chris Evans
The Victorian Working Class In Brompton C.1881 by Chris Evans
Dean Road Cemetery Chapel by Jan Cleary
Archaeological Investigations By The Society 2009 To 2013 by Christopher Hall
Obituary: John Rushton MBE (21/6/1929 - 11/6/2013) by Mark Vesey


No 43 (2010-11)

Editorial
Notes from the Chair by Christopher Hall
The Appleyard Lithics Collection by Keith Boughey
The Norman Recovery in the Falsgrave Hundred by John Rushton
Further Notes on Trods by Chris Evans
The Fish Trade in Yorkshire 1500-1700 by Chris Evans
Sir Henry Cholmley (1609-1666): Arch Traitor or Loving Brother? by Jack Binns
The Diary of a Roundhead Cavalry Officer 1652-1653 by Jack Binns
Saving Our Heritage by Mark Vesey
Reviews

No 42 (2009)

Editorial
Notes from the Chair by Christopher Hall
The Investigation of a Prehistoric Square Enclosure at Racecourse Road, Seamer Moor, Scarborough: Preliminary Report by Christopher Hall
Bakestones by Chris Evans
An Archaeological Excavation at Auborough Street, Scarborough by Christopher Hall
Archaeological Excavations at the Scarborough Marine Engineers Site, Quay Street/Sandside, Scarborough: Preliminary Report by Christopher Hall and John Hinchliffe
A Study of Public Bequests by Scarborough Testators 1364-1599 by Jenny Dodd
The Origins of the Unitarian Church in Scarborough 1870-1908, with a Biographical Appendix of Ministers 1873-1908 by Anne and Paul Bayliss
Review

No 41 (2008)

Editorial
Notes from the Chair by Christopher Hall
Sir Thomas Hoby: a Missing Person by Jack Binns
Life as a Provincial Publisher in the Early Nineteenth Century: John Cole and the Scarborough Room by Gill Buckle
The Roman Catholic Church in Scarborough in the Nineteenth Century with a Biographical Appendix of Ministers 1825 to 1915 by Anne and Paul Bayliss
Walshaw’s Crystal Garden by Chris Evans
‘Votes for Women’: Adele Pankhurst and the Scarborough Campaign by Gillian Sleightholme
The Scarborough Community Archive Network by Mark Vesey
Review

No 40 (2007)

Editorial
Stone Rows: A Further Note by Christopher Evans
A Hypothesis On The Origins Of St Oswald’s Church by And Lythe Parish, 650-1100 by Christiane Kroebel
Where Were Scarborough’s Dominicans? by Jack Binns
Tangier Cholmley: An Unwritten Biography by Jack Binns
Scarborough’S ‘Forgotten’ Chapels by Geoffrey Morris
‘Lest We Forget - Lest We Forget!’ Scarborough’s War Memorial by Keith Johnston
Archaeological Investigations In Scarborough 2006 by Christopher Hall
Reviews
Obituary: James Rutter by Christopher Hall

No 39: (2005/2006)

Editorial
The Ughtreds - A Medieval Scarborough Family by John Rushton
Archaeological Investigations Into The Water Supply - Falsgrave Park, 2005 by Christopher Hall
An Eighteenth-Century Estate Steward: William Cossins 1662-1736 by Sheila Mcgeown
Work In Progress: 'Teenage Wife Of An Eccentric' Or 'Mad Woman'? by Gill Buckle
Growing Up In Newbattle : The Boyhood Of Robert Balgarnie by P M Mcnaughton
John Caleb Petch, Architect, And The Development Of Scarborough 1889-1915 by Anne And Paul Bayliss
Work In Progress: Church Buildings Files Richard J. Crocker
Two Buildings That Might Have Been Keith Johnston
Work In Progress: The 1912 Scarborough Historical Pageant And Play by Trevor Pearson
Archaeological Investigations In Scarborough 2004-2005 by Christopher Hall
Reviews

No. 38 (2004)

Editorial
Some Stone Alignments and Pit Alignments on the North York Moors by Chris Evans
The Royal Manor of Northstead: some Historical Notes by Jack Binns
Robin Hood and Scarborough by Jack Binns
William Mompesson - A Yorkshire Hero by Sheila McGeown
With John Cole at Scarborough by John Rushton
‘Stewart & Bury’: Twenty-six Years of a Scarborough Architectural Practice 1858-1884 by Anne and Paul Bayliss
William Sugden & Son, Architects of Wyndyate (Scalby Manor) near Scarborough by Anne Bayliss
The Motor Racing Track Scheme of the 1930s - Phase Two by Keith Johnston
Recent Archaeological Excavation in Scarborough by Chris Hall
Reviews

No. 37 (2001-2002)

Editorial
The Scarborough Community Heritage Initiative by Chris Hall
Early Boundaries by Chris Evans
Bone working debris from Castle Road, Scarborough by Trevor Pearson
Medieval Landscapes in the Parish of Scalby by John Rushton
Gaveston’s Ghost by Jack Binns
St Mary’s Reformation by Jack Binns
Oliver Francois Xavier Sarony: Scarborough Photographer Par Excellence by Anne and Paul Bayliss
The Motor Racing Track Scheme of the 1930s by Keith Johnston
Archaeological Excavation and Fieldwork
Reviews

No. 36 (2000)

Editorial
Why Robin Hood’s Bay? by Jack Binns
George Lord Beeforth 1923-1924, ‘Grand Old Man of Scarborough’ by Anne and Paul Bayliss
An Alternative Image. Working Class Housing, Health and Law and Order in
19th Century Scarborough by Tony Rowley
Archaeological Fieldwork in Scarborough in 2000 by Chris Hall
Reviews
Obituary

No. 35 (1999)

Editorial
The Prisoner’s Tale by Patricia McNaughton
Did Scarborough Burn by Jack Binns
The Origins and First 25 Years of Scarborough School of Art (1882-1907) by Anne and Paul Bayliss
The Placename Element ‘Wick’ and the Plough/Carucate Ratio by Chris Evans
The Archaeological and Historical Significance of Medieval Scarborough Ware
Pottery and Tiles by Daniel Normandale
Archaeological Fieldwork in Scarborough 1998-1999

No. 34 (1998)

Editorial
Some Notes on the History of Great Ayton (Monument) Ironstone Mine by Chris Hall
Scarborough Versus Seamer: An Elizabethan Tale of Market Forces by Jack Binns
Saint Helen and Early Estates by Chris Evans
Archaeological Excavations and Observations in Scarborough 1997-98 by Trevor Pearson and Chris Hall
Shorter Notes: A Survey of Earthworks in North-East Yorkshire
Book Reviews

No. 33 (1997)

Editorial
The Silver Jubilee of Scarborough and District Archaeological Society by F C Rimington
Seamer Beacon and Scarborough Castle with F G Simpson And Notes on Coast Watch Stations by Grace Simpson
Excavations in Scarborough 1987-97 by Trevor Pearson
Scarborough and the Pilgrimage of Grace by Jack Binns
Murder, Mutiny and Piracy. The Remarkable Story of the Scarborough-Built Barque ‘Agrippina’ by Peter Barton
William Hannay and the Covenanter’s Bible by Patricia McNaughton
York Deanery Estates: A Valuation of Pickering Rectory by Philip Craven
Archaeological Excavations, Watching Briefs and Observations in Scarborough 1996-97 by Chris Hall

Golden Jubilee Prize Essay Winners:
An Insight into the Lives of my Ancestors by Rachel S Cubitt
What were the causes of the Hostility between the U S Government and the Indians that led up to the Battle of the Little Big Horn? by Daniel Godfrey

No. 32 (1996)

Editorial
Wheatcroft Battery by Chris Hall
Black Death at Scarborough by Jack Binns
Plays by Chris Evans
An Archaeological Excavation at a Site at Globe Street, Scarborough by Trevor Pearson
Excavations and Archaeological Observations in Scarborough 1995-1996 by Chris Hall and Trevor Pearson
Conduit House Close by Chris Hall
Obituary

No. 31 (1995)

Editorial
Spittal Rocks and the Diver by Grace Simpson
Filey Roman Signal Station by Patrick Ottaway
Crime, Misdemeanour, Sin and Punishment in Seventeenth Century Scarborough by Jack Binns
Burniston’s Open Fields by Chris Evans
Investigations into a possible Prehistoric Earthwork at Oliver’s Mount,
Scarborough by Chris Hall and Trevor Pearson
Obituaries

No. 30 (1993)

Editorial
Excavations in Scarborough and District 1992 and 1993 by Trevor Pearson and Chris Hall
Clay Tobacco Pipes from Ravenscar Alum Works by Dr David Higgins
Family Mobility in North East Yorkshire by Chris Evans
Some Clay Roof Tiles from 40 Princess Street by Chris Hall
Ellerburn Vicarage by Philip Craven

No. 29 (1992)

Editorial
Excavations in Scarborough and District 1991 by Christopher Hall and Trevor Pearson
Brompton Isn’t What it Was or Morphological Changes with Time in a Yorkshire Village by Chris Evans
Tithe and Glebe in the Parish of Seamer by Philip Craven
Counting the Sheep Welsh Fashion by Frank Rimington
Obituary

No. 28 (1990)

Editorial
Excavations in Scarborough Old Town, 1989 and 1990 by Trevor Pearson and Christopher Hall
Two Medieval Grave Slabs from Paradise, Scarborough by Peter F Ryder
The Ravenscar Alum Works - New Evidence from Archaeological and Documentary Sources by Gary Marshall
Excavations at 10 /10A St Sepulchre Street, Scarborough by Christopher Hall
Probate Inventories and Rural Economy in North-East Yorkshire, 1650-1800 by Philip Craven
Obituaries

No. 27 (1989)

Reminiscences of the Scarborough & District Archaeological Society by R H Hayes
Excavations in Scarborough 1987 and 1988 by Trevor Pearson and Christopher Hall
Excavations at Leading Post Street, Scarborough and A Timber Framed Building at 7 Leading Post Street by Christopher Hall
Tithe and Glebe in the Parishes of Thornton in Pickering Lythe and Ellerburn by Philip Craven

No. 26 (1988)

The Three churches of Hackness by Frank Rimington
Foulbridge and its Preceptory by Frank Rimington
The Boundary Stones at Linglands Farm by D Gullen, J Watson and F C Rimington
Mr and Mrs Farrer by Jack Binns
The Quaker Burial Ground at Cloughton by Frank Rimington
Wilton in the Eighteenth Century by Philip Craven
Two Falsgrave Houses Standing in 1837 by D E Leese-Layton

No. 25 (1983)

Further Excavations at Crossgates near Scarborough 1966-81 by G R Pye
The Oldest Map of Scarborough by Jack Binns
Two Residential Developments in Victorian Falsgrave by D E Leese-Layton
The ‘Alum Hole’ at Sandsend by David Pybus

No. 24 (1982)

The Development of Scarborough Harbour in the Middle Ages by Trevor Pearson
The Medieval Settlement at Hackness by J J Winterbotham
Scarborough in the 1640’s by Jack Binns
Falsgrave: Its Early Development as a Suburb of Scarborough by D E Leese-Layton
Obituaries: John Cave 1909-1981 and Godfrey Duke
Archaeological Index for North East Yorkshire

No. 23 (1980) (Incorporating No 22, 1979)

Raymond Harland Hayes, MBE, FSA: An appreciation by Margaret Allsion
A Romano-British Site near Sinnington Manor, North East Yorkshire by R H Hayes
Roman Fort, Lease Rigg Interim Report by B R Hartley
An Early Medieval Community near Appleton-le-Moors by Margaret Allison
Pottery and Other Finds from Balscherby and Hamley by R H Hayes
Scarborough’s First Town Wall by T Pearson
A Series of Rims from Staxton by P G Farmer
150 years of the Rotunda Museum by Rosalind Palmer
Obituary: Rowland S Close of Kildale
Archaeological Index for North East Yorkshire

No. 21 (1978)

Editorial
The Green at Seamer by Margaret Allison
The Excavation at No 30 Quay Street, Scarborough by T Pearson
The Later Medieval Herring Industry in Scarborough by P G Vasey
The Early Deer Parks of North East Yorkshire (cont) by F C Rimington
A Note on the Early Maps of Yorkshire by F C Rimington
Archaeological Index for North East Yorkshire

No. 20 (1977)

Editorial
Excavations at Kirby Misperton near Pickering by R H Hayes
Continuity in the Land Holdings of Kirby Misperton by Margaret Allison
The Early Deer Parks of North East Yorkshire (cont) by F C Rimington
A Small Romano-British Site at Cayton by G R Pye
Temporary Light Railways on Brompton & Wykeham Moors 1915-20 by J W Dickinson
Archaeological Index for North East Yorkshire

No. 19 (1976)

Editorial
Excavations at Crossgates near Scarborough in 1957-65 by G R Pye
The Early Deer Parks of North East Yorkshire by F C Rimington
Finds from Westfield Manor, Snainton by P G Farmer
The Swap by R W Shepherd
The Hunmanby Silver Penny by F C Rimington
Archaeological Index for North East Yorkshire

No. 18 (1975)

Editorial
Excavations of Otterburn Garth, Lastingham in 1970-72 by R H Hayes
The Early Deer Parks of North East Yorkshire by F C Rimington
The Survey of Two Cairn Groups on the North York Moors by R H Hayes and J G Rutter
Excavations at Wilton Hall near Thornton Dale, 1975 by P G Farmer
Cropton Cave by F C Rimington
Archaeological Index for North East Yorkshire 1974-75

No. 17 (1974)

Editorial
The Enclosures and Mounds on Loskey Ridge near Hutton-le-Hole by R H Hayes and J G Rutter
Obituary: Paul Douglas Russell
The Early Deer Parks of North East Yorkshire Part II: The Catalogue (cont) by F C Rimington
Where and what was Fullwood? by R C Rimington
Two Medieval Jugs from Scarborough by Raymond A Varley
Yorkshire Implement Petrology Survey
Survey of Linear Earthworks and Associated Enclosures in North East Yorkshire: Interim Report No 8 by J G Rutter
Archaeological Index for North-East Yorkshire 1973-74

No. 16 (1973)

Editorial
The Silver Jubilee of Scarborough and District Archaeological Society by F C Rimington
Scarborough Archaeological Society Officers and Committee 1973-74
Kingthorpe by R H Hayes
The Excavation of Two Round Barrows in Blansby Park, near Pickering by J G Rutter
An Extension to St Thomas’‘s Museum
The Early Deer Parks of North East Yorkshire Part II: The Catalogue (cont) - The Danby Parks by F C Rimington
Local History Group: Officers 1973-74
The Excavation of a Well at Kirkbymoorside by M K Maw
Excavations on the ‘Balmoral’ Site in Scarborough during 1973: Interim Report by P G Farmer
Archaeological Index for North East Yorkshire 1972-1973
Index to Transactions, Volumes I and II, Nos 1 - 16 (in alphabetical order of topic)

No. 15 (1972)

Editorial
Scarborough’s Water Supply: The Influence of Water on the Expansion and Prosperity of Victorian Scarborough and on later events by L S Debenham
The Early Deer Parks of North East Yorkshire Part II: The Catalogue (cont) by F C Rimington
Archaeological Index for North East Yorkshire 1971-72

No. 14 (1971)

Editorial
The Early Deer Parks of North East Yorkshire Part II: The Catalogue by F C Rimington
Industrial Archaeology in North East Yorkshire: List of Sites - Area III, Whitby and Eskdale by J G Rutter
The Hutton-Le-Hole Glass Furnace: Interim Report by R H Hayes
A Pottery Kiln Site at Stearsby, near Bransby: Interim Report by R H Hayes
Archaeological Index for North-East Yorkshire 1970-71

No. 13 (1970)

Editorial
The Early Deer Parks of North East Yorkshire: Part 1 Introduction by F C Rimington
Survey of Linear Earthworks and Associated Enclosures in North East Yorkshire: Interim Report No 7 by J G Rutter
Obituary: Mr F Day
An Early Fourteenth Century Effigy in Scarborough by Raymond A Varley
Industrial Archaeology in North East Yorkshire: List of Sites - Area II, Ryedale and the Hambletons by J G Rutter
A New Historical Museum at Scarborough by J G Rutter
Archaeological Index for North East Yorkshire in 1969-1970

No. 12 (1969)

Editorial
Excavations at the Allerston Manor Site: Second stage 1964-66 by F C Rimington
Survey of Linear Earthworks and Associated Enclosures in North East Yorkshire: Interim Report No 6 by J G Rutter
The Bartholomew Johnson Medal by J G Rutter
An Earthwork at Sole Beck Slack in the Parish of Newton near Pickering by R H Hayes
An Earthwork at Blackpark in the Parish of Cropton near Pickering by R H Hayes
The Passing of the Scarborough Aquarium by P D Russell
Industrial Archaeology in North East Yorkshire: List of Sites - Area 1, Scarborough by J G Rutter
Archaeological Index for North East Yorkshire 1968-69
Appendix: Scarborough and District Archaeological Society Rules

No. 11 (1968)

Editorial
Obituary: James Percival Best
Note on Cover Illustration (Remains of Chapel of St Leonard, Osgodby)
The Rosedale Ironstone Industry and Railway by R H Hayes and J G Rutter
Excavations at the Deserted Medieval Village of Osgodby, Scarborough 1956-65 by Peter G Farmer
The Place-name ‘Chester’ in the Parish of Wykeham by F C Rimington
A Resistivity Survey at Ayton Castle by C P Evans
The Donkin Jug by J G Rutter
Archaeological Index for North-East Yorkshire for 1967-68 by J G Rutter

No. 10 (1967)

Editorial
Edward Harding of No 2 Quay Street, Scarborough by Alice H Haigh
Obituary: Brig Gen Sir Edward Whitley
Dating the Past by J H Martin
Survey of Linear Earthworks and Associated Enclosures in North East Yorkshire: Interim Report No 5 by J G Rutter
Excavation of Small Cairns on Spaunton Moor by R H Hayes
A Small Rectangular Embanked Enclosure on Moorsholm Moor by R H Hayes
Archaeological Index for North-East Yorkshire Edited by J G Rutter
The Society’s Publications

No. 9 (1966)

Obituary: Clive Rudeforth
The Allerston Story. Excavations at the Allerston Manor Site 1962-1964 by F C Rimington
Hoard of 16th Century Coins found in St Thomas Street, 1960 by J G Rutter
Survey of Linear Earthworks and Associated Enclosures in North East Yorkshire: Interim Report No 4 by J G Rutter
Excavations within an Embanked Enclosure at Westfield Manor, Snainton by R H Hayes
Archaeological Index for North East Yorkshire 1965-1966

No. 8 (1965)

Foreword by The Chairman
Rescue Operations in Quay Street by J H Martin
Survey of Linear Earthworks and Associated Enclosures in North-East Yorkshire
Interim Report No 3 by J G Rutter
1963 Excavations at Osgodby by P Farmer
A Note on the Fulling Industry in the Scarborough District by F C Rimington
The East Ayton Fulling Mill - A Medieval Village Industry by F C Rimington
Archaeological Index for North-East Yorkshire 1964-65 by The Editor, J G Rutter
Obituary Notices

No. 7 (1964)

The Place-Name Scarborough: A Further Note by J G Rutter
Farming in the North of the Vale of Pickering in 1801 (Part 2) by N Muriel Musto
The Medieval Ports & Trade of North East Yorkshire (Part 2) by Bryan Waites
Landscape History at Brompton-by-Sawdon (Part 2) by J H Rushton
Archaeological Index for North East Yorkshire 1962-3
Changes in Constitution

No. 6 (1963)

Cairn-Groups & Ancient Field Systems in North East Yorks by R H Hayes
Farming in the North of the Vales of Pickering in 1801 (Part 1) by N Muriel Musto
The Medieval Ports & Trade of North East Yorkshire (Part 1) by Bryan Waites
Landscape History at Brompton-By-Sawdon (Part 1) by J H Rushton
A Geological Guide to the Iron Deposits of the Scarborough District (Part 1) by P C Robinson
The Archaeological Index - 1961/1962 North East Yorkshire

No. 5 (1962)

Foreword by The Chairman
The Jet Industry on the Yorkshire Coast by P C Robinson
Some Observations of Turf Mazes by T J Mitchell
Local surnames of the Middle Ages by F C Rimington
A Flintlock gun found in Throxenby Mere by P D Russell
Medieval Footwear from St Mary’s Street, Scarborough by F C Rimington
Obituary Notices: Professor L S Palmer; W P Baker and H W Poulter List of the Society’s Publications

No. 4 (1961)

Report for the Year 1960-1961
Alum: a Brief History of a Dead Industry by J G Rutter
The ‘Deserted’ Village of Osgodby in the Parish of Seamer by F C Rimington
’966 And All That’ by W H Smettem
A Survey of Linear Earthworks and Associated Enclosures in North East Yorkshire Interim Report No 2 by J G Rutter
Obituary Notices (P Corder and R W Crosland) by R H Hayes

No. 3 (1960)

The Second Five Years
Elections at Scarborough for the Long Parliament, 1640-47 by G C F Forster
The Chantry at Osgodby in the Parish of Seamer by F C Rimington
A Survey of Linear Earthworks and Associated Enclosures in North East
Yorkshire Interim Report No 1 by J G Rutter
The Hambleton Street by R H Hayes
The Excavation of the Kirkless Barrow by W H Lamplough and J R Lidster
Rules and Constitution, Amendment

No. 2 (1959)

The First Five Years
The Old Quaker Burial Ground in Farndale by J P Best
The Companions of the Conquerer by Canon E C Hudson
In the Footsteps of Rome by J H Martin
Historical Note on the Name ‘King Alfrid’s Cave’ by W H Lamplough and J R Lidster
The Iron Age Pits on Castle Hill, Scarborough by J G Rutter

No. 1 (1958)

The Society and the Museum: Fifty Years of Archaeological Memories by C J Taylor
The Records of Scarborough to 1835 by G C F Forster
The Hulleys Stone Circle by F C Rimington
Romano-British Dwelling Sites in North & East Yorkshire by R H Hayes
Archaeology and Fresh Air by J H Martin
A Baker’s Oven in Cook’s Row, Scarborough by J G Rutter and F C Rimington
Rules and Constitution

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