Thrybergh Ravenfield Dalton

South Yorkshire England

            Pronounced locally Thrybur  Old English Triberg

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Noble Families



The Normanville's

Reresby Pg 1

Reresby Pg 2

Reresby Pg 3

Reresby Pg 4

Reresby Pg 5

Reresby Pg 6

John Reresby

John Reresby Pg 2

John Reresby Pg 3

End of the Reresby's

St Leonard Reresby

Sir Leonard's Cross

Saville Finch
Saville Finch pg1
Saville Finch pg2
Saville Finch pg 3

Fullerton Family

Fullerton Family Pg 2

The Fullerton Servants


History Early Times

Noble Families

Thrybergh Folk

Thrybergh Churches

Thrybergh Schools

Pubs and Clubs


Local Sport

Yorkshire Accent

Local Photos

We'ers Tha' Live

Helpful Pages

Rotherham Messages

Old Friends

Guest Book pg 3




Silverwood Mine

St Peters Conisbrough


Local Links



The Noble Families of Thrybergh



In Order of Appearance

History Early Times

Early owners    

Norman Northmann,

Pre Norman conquest, and prior to 1086

William de Perci,





By Knight's fees


Descendants of Rozelline by inheritance

The Normanville's

Enter the Normanville's by marriage

Reresby Pg 1

Enter the Reresby's by marriage

Saville Finch

Enter the Saville's by sale, the Finch's by inheritance


Fullerton Family



Enter the Fullerton Family by inheritance




Please note:

Further research is yet to be carried out regarding the families above, and any further findings will be added.



The information on the Noble families has been gathered from various sources, prior to constructing these pages, I have not seen any definite notation of how Thrybergh passed from Rozelline to the Neville,s then Heton's then the Normanville's. The surnames are mentioned by several local historians of the last century [ 20th] as being the lords of the manor, but not the detail of any relationship or inheritance.


The main problem so far in this research is that many of the earlier records are somewhat conflicting, and in some cases somewhat inaccurate, which is understandable given the era. So my intention is to gather as much information as I can regarding the above names, and find the links that tie them together in the period 1066 to the beginning of the 13th century.


 What I have gathered so far seems to bear out but there may be some inaccuracy in what you read , so therefore I suggest that rather than accept it on face value, you try and verify any of the following information should you wish to use it.

Meanwhile yours truly will keep researching, and add to this page any further findings, should you wish to help out then by all means contact me via the link at the foot of the page.


John Doxey





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