The Roots of the Hardcastles: An Old Yorkshire Family

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Abraham ran a cotton spinning mill at Greenwood Lee and built on an extension to house the wheel before moving down the valley to work at Gibson Mill. The Trust sold Greenwood Lee off and it is now in private ownership. Movie makers have expressed interest in using the home and the outlying buildings and land for movie sets.

The house is directly above Hardcastle Craggs and Gibson Mill. In the boxes I even found a doggie pedigree. The last Abraham Gibson was an avid Airdale terrier man. The current owner knew a lady who Mr Gibson used to give a ride to when she was a little girl. He had one of the first cars in Calderdale. His detailed account books are in the archives and go right up until the week he died in His personal diaries are there too, and postcards he received from friends or perhaps relatives on holiday in Blackpool and on a steam ship.

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Unlike yesterday it showed up on time — but this time with an Out Of service sign. I was trying to capture the golden late afternoon sunshine. I was heading for Ogden water, a reservoir and country park on the North side of Halifax. The landscape here is very different and reminded me of north Yorkshire. There are no steep-sides narrow valleys with fast running streams and consequently far fewer mills were built here, since there was no water power.

On Greenhow Hill, just under the 1, feet contour, cattle were kept at the highest settlements of Coldstonefold and Hardcastle. Mary, Bewerley, 29 people born at Hardcastle. Mary, Pateley Bridge, Ripon, 43 people born at Hardcastle. Today Hardcastle is a deserted village. The poem by Thomas Blackah is related to Hardcastle Moor. There is no doubt that the lodge derived its name from the Hardcastle family, as this family name pre-existed before first being mentioned. The first reference I was able to find to a Hardcastle in Nidderdale was in , when Richard de Hardcastell held the lease of the grange called Thrope House.

Thrope House is almost at the head of the dale and in the Memorials of Fountains it was recorded as Thropehouse, a tenement there, late in the tenure of Richard de Hardcastell, with lands, meadows, pastures, and wastes thereunto belonging. At the same time Richard de Hertcastell held a mediety of Sigsworth. This estate formed part of a grant of Roger de Mowbray to the Abbey of Fountains, and the Hardcastles were appointed keepers of the granges and bailiffs of the monastic lands in these parts. As mentioned earlier, the first evidence for the locality Hardcastle was in the Will of William Hardcastell in Hardcastell in Beuerley Beverley and Ripon dated By , there were several Hardcastles leasing granges from Fountains:.

The Hardcastles were one of the most influential families in Nidderdale in the 14th, 15th and 16th centuries, and held granges under the monks of Fountains Abbey by whom different members of the family seem to have been employed in the management of the extensive estates of the monastery.

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It would be difficult to distribute the subsequent ramifications of this family into its several local groups within and around the parishes of Ripon and Kirkby Malzeard, but in the 18th century, William and Francis Hardcastle continued to hold freehold lands at Dacre Pasture which had belonged to Fountains and later to Jonathan Hardcastle, who kept monastic property in Hartwith.

The Stock Book, a treasure to every family historian, which is written in Latin and dates back to the 15th century, documents how Fountains Abbey became the richest Cistercian abbey in England. The records of the monastery's stock held at farms of Bewerley provide an insight into the business minds of monks living in Yorkshire in medieval times and contain detailed accounts. The book is part of a collection built up by Ripon antiquarian Mr.

Bradfer-Lawrence, and was given to the Yorkshire Archaelogical Society after his death.

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After cleaning, repairing and restoring the pages by the staff of the Yorkshire Archaelogical Society, the pages will be digitally scanned. Some parts of the book have already been translated from Latin into English. At the time of writing this book, you were able to find the transcripts and a few translations of the documents at.

The Fountaints Abbey Stock Book comprises twelve annual stock accounts, eleven of which cover the period , and the twelfth, which is incomplete, appears to date between and De quibus liberaverunt magistro v ante tonsuram Et in morina ante tonsuram vij super Johannem Hardcastell. The farm Thrope House was still held by Agness Hardcastell, widow of John Hardcastell and their son in , while another was at Dacre, which is lower down the valley between Pateley Bridge and Ripley.

The monks of Fountains had many important mining rights in this territory. And theis parcells make the hole Graunge of Daker aforesaid, and contenyth all the lands belonginge to the late Monastery there.

sbookalwinre.tk In the 16th century there was a movement to longterm lease contracts for the granges of Fountains Abbey. It was common that granges were leased for 30 or 40 years or even for the lifetime of the tenant and his wife or the tenant and his son. This meant that the leased land was divided more and more by legacy.

The time of the destruction of the monasteries dissolution opened a new chapter in the history of the Hardcastle family.

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After migrating southwards, the family in all probability gave name to the place Hardcastle in the manor of Bewerley in Nidderdale. Going back to the 13th century, we find a hamlet named Hardcastle on the hill between Pateley Bridge and Greenhow Hill. The hamlet Hardcastle was located in the township of Bewerley about two miles northwest from Bewerley in the parish of Ripon.

According to Smith, the name of this place signifies a cheerless dwelling. The first evidence for this locality was , but nearly years earlier it had already been recorded as Hertcastell. On Greenhow Hill, just under the 1, feet contour, cattle were kept at the highest settlements of Coldstonefold and Hardcastle.

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Mary, Bewerley, 29 people born at Hardcastle. Mary, Pateley Bridge, Ripon, 43 people born at Hardcastle. Today Hardcastle is a deserted village. The poem by Thomas Blackah is related to Hardcastle Moor. There is no doubt that the lodge derived its name from the Hardcastle family, as this family name pre-existed before first being mentioned.

The first reference I was able to find to a Hardcastle in Nidderdale was in , when Richard de Hardcastell held the lease of the grange called Thrope House. Thrope House is almost at the head of the dale and in the Memorials of Fountains it was recorded as Thropehouse, a tenement there, late in the tenure of Richard de Hardcastell, with lands, meadows, pastures, and wastes thereunto belonging. At the same time Richard de Hertcastell held a mediety of Sigsworth.

This estate formed part of a grant of Roger de Mowbray to the Abbey of Fountains, and the Hardcastles were appointed keepers of the granges and bailiffs of the monastic lands in these parts.

As mentioned earlier, the first evidence for the locality Hardcastle was in the Will of William Hardcastell in Hardcastell in Beuerley Beverley and Ripon dated By , there were several Hardcastles leasing granges from Fountains:. Thomas Hardcastell shared the holding of the lodge at Bewerley with Thomas Dernebrooke.

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The Hardcastles were one of the most influential families in Nidderdale in the 14th, 15th and 16th centuries, and held granges under the monks of Fountains Abbey by whom different members of the family seem to have been employed in the management of the extensive estates of the monastery. It would be difficult to distribute the subsequent ramifications of this family into its several local groups within and around the parishes of Ripon and Kirkby Malzeard, but in the 18th century, William and Francis Hardcastle continued to hold freehold lands at Dacre Pasture which had belonged to Fountains and later to Jonathan Hardcastle, who kept monastic property in Hartwith.

The following Hardcastles were mentioned in this compilation:. The Stock Book, a treasure to every family historian, which is written in Latin and dates back to the 15th century, documents how Fountains Abbey became the richest Cistercian abbey in England. The records of the monastery's stock held at farms of Bewerley provide an insight into the business minds of monks living in Yorkshire in medieval times and contain detailed accounts.

The book is part of a collection built up by Ripon antiquarian Mr. Bradfer-Lawrence, and was given to the Yorkshire Archaelogical Society after his death. After cleaning, repairing and restoring the pages by the staff of the Yorkshire Archaelogical Society, the pages will be digitally scanned. Some parts of the book have already been translated from Latin into English. At the time of writing this book, you were able to find the transcripts and a few translations of the documents at.

The Fountaints Abbey Stock Book comprises twelve annual stock accounts, eleven of which cover the period , and the twelfth, which is incomplete, appears to date between and De quibus liberaverunt magistro v ante tonsuram Et in morina ante tonsuram vij super Johannem Hardcastell. The farm Thrope House was still held by Agness Hardcastell, widow of John Hardcastell and their son in , while another was at Dacre, which is lower down the valley between Pateley Bridge and Ripley.

The monks of Fountains had many important mining rights in this territory.

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Unavailable for purchase. Andrew was the mother church of an extensive parish, which in Saxon days stretched from the River Wharfe to the River Ure. Mary and moved to MO. Elisha Hardcastle: writ of arrest.. Emigration to Canada. The book describes the history of the Hardcastle family beginning with the emigration to Nidderdale in the 13th Century, explains their way of living from the 15th to the 20th century and finally describes their emigration to the U. The book describes the history of the Hardcastle family beginning with the emigration to Nidderdale in the 13th Century, explains their way of living from the 15th to the 20th century and finally describes their emigration to the U.

And theis parcells make the hole Graunge of Daker aforesaid, and contenyth all the lands belonginge to the late Monastery there.