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Thrybergh Folk 15th to 17th Century

 

16th Century

 

1518 Thomas Brettan is named as a Deficient for 5 messuages with lands at Thrybergh. In the fine the description is Thomas Brettan als. Thomas Glentham de Thrybergh, gent. and Margaret his wife.
1590 approx Lional Reresby had a daughter Anne Reresby who was baptised in Thrybergh
1590 approx Thomas Reresby had a Daughter Jane Reresby baptised in Thrybergh

 

 

17th Century

 

1616 John Leadbeater married Mary Braithwaite of Thrybergh
1627 Oliver Roebuck lived at Thribarghe
1636. Ellen Wood was born at Thrybergh
1639 Jennett Roebuck lived at Thrybergh
1666 Ellen Wood married John Elam Warmsworth at Warmsworth or Thrybergh
1666. The Reresby family paid 4s 3d  4,shillings and threepence For a Barril [ Barrel ] of Oysters in York and returned to their house at Thrybergh
1671 George Roberts of Thrybergh
1672 Thomas Hall of Thrybergh
1675 Thomas Nicholson, was the constable of Thrybergh
1677 John Wilson of Thrybergh a Farmer
1677 and again in 1680, Sir John Reresby came from Thrybergh to the Cutlers' Feast. Sheffield

 

 

 

 

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