Lancelott Veritie will 1605 009 - Copy (2)

Yorkshire Ancestors

Family History Research

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Hull & North Humberside

£2.50

161.12 Great Driffield 1909 - Introduction by Susan & David Neave.  Covers Railway Station, Cemetery, St John's Church, Highfield, Driffield Union Workhouse and Easterfield House.

197.03 Hornsea 1926 - Introduction by Susan Neave.  Double-sided map to give good coverage of this seaside town.  Including Hornsea Bridge, Kirkholme, two stations.

210.08 Beverley (North) 1908 - Introduction by Susan Neave.   Covers The Park, Railway Station, Cottage Hospital, St Mary's Church, St Mary's Cemetery, Longcroft and Westwood Hall.

210.12 Beverley (South) 1908 - Introduction by Susan Neave.  Covers St Andrew's Garth, St Martin's Burial Ground, Queensgate Cemetery, The Minster, Waterworks and Railway Line.

237.16 Goole 1905 - Introduction by Susan Neave.  Covers St Andrew's Garth, St Martin's Burial Ground, Queensgate Cemetery, The Minster, Waterworks and Railway Line.

238.08 Brough 1908 - Introduction by Susan Neave.   Good coverage of this small town, including station, Westfield Park.

226.14 Hull (NW) 1909 - Introduction by Susan Neave.  Covers NW area of Hull, including Pearsons Park, Sculcoates Junction, Beverley Road Station, St Cuthberts Church.

226.15 Hull (NE) 1908 - Introduction by Susan Neave.  Covers NE area of Hull, including Summergangs, Wilmington, Holderness House, Cannon Street station.

240.02a Hull (West) 1890 (Coloured Edition) - Introduction by Susan Neave.  1890's edition covering western part of city, from Paragon station westward to Beetonville; including Barracks, West Park, Cricket Ground.

240.02b Hull (West) 1908 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Covers western part of city, from Paragon station westward to Beetonville; including West Park, Spring Bank, Anlaby Road.

240.02c Hull (West) 1928 - Introduction by Geoffrey Oxley.  Very busy map, from Paragon station and Prospect St westward to Hull cemetery, West Park, Beetonville.

240.03a Hull (East) 1890 (Coloured Edition) - Introduction by Susan Neave.  Very busy map printed in colour covering most of central Hull, including Old Town, Victoria Dock, Queen's Dock, Prince's Dock, Humber Dock, River Hull, Victoria Square, Drypool Square.

240.03b Hull (East) 1908 - Introduction by Susan Neave.  Very busy map covering most of central Hull, including Old Town, Victoria Dock, Queen's Dock, Prince's Dock, Humber Dock, River Hull, Victoria Square, Drypool Square.

240.03c Hull (East) 1928 - Historical introduction by Arthur Credland.  Very busy map, covering area from Princes Dock and City Hall eastward to The Groves, Victoria Dock, Earle's Shipbuilding Yard.

240.04 Hull (Alexandra Dock) 1908 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Covers Alexandra Dock area, Marfleet and Hedon Road.

240.06a Hull (Hessle Road) 1890 (Coloured Edition) - Historical introduction by Susan Neave.  Covers southern area of Hull, around Hessle Road, St Andrews Dock, Albert Dock, William Wright Dock and Albert Dock Junctions.

240.06c Hull (Hessle Road) 1928 - Historical introduction by Arthur G Credland.  Covers southern area of Hull, around Hessle Road, St Andrews Dock, Albert Dock, Neptune St Goods station.

Hull 07 Prospect Street 1853 - Large Scale Map taken from the early 5' Plan and reduced to a yard to the mile.  Covers General Infirmary, St Stephen's Chuch, Waltham Street Chapel.

Hull 08 Queens Dock 1853 - Large Scale Map taken from the early 5' Plan and reduced to a yard to the mile.  Introduction by Susan Neave.  

Hull 11 Railway Dock & Paragon station 1853 - Large Scale Map taken from the early 5' Plan and reduced to a yard to the mile.  Introduction by Susan Neave.  Covers Railway Station through to the Railway Dock' in very fine detail.

Hull 12 Hull Old Town 1853 - Large Scale Map taken from the early 5' Plan and reduced to a yard to the mile.  Introduction by Arthur G Credland.  Covers area around Trinity Church and 'Old Town' in very fine detail.