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  North Riding of Yorkshire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The North Riding of Yorkshire is one of the three traditional subdivisions of Yorkshire, northern England, United Kingdom.
In 1974 both the administrative county and the Lieutenancy of the North Riding of Yorkshire were abolished, being succeeded in most of the Riding by the new non-metropolitan county of North Yorkshire.
From the North Riding came the boroughs of Redcar and Thornaby-on-Tees, the urban district of Eston, and part of Stokesley rural district (although the remainder of the rural district continued as part of the county).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/North_Riding_of_Yorkshire   (866 words)

 North Yorkshire and the County Boundary Changes in 1974
The North Riding including the north corner of the west, is the most strikingly beautiful stretch of the county.
Generally, the North Riding is pastoral and agricultural, the West Riding is industrial and the [old] East Riding is arable country and land.
Yorkshire, before the redrawing of the county boundaries in 1974, was the largest county in England, containing about an eighth of the country's area and a tenth of its population.
www.uk-images.com /html/yorkshire.html   (297 words)

 Yorkshire Ridings History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
North Yorkshire is the biggest county in England, formed in part by the old North Riding of Yorkshire.
The East and North Ridings of Yorkshire were separated by the River Derwent and the West and North Ridings were separated by the Ouse and the Ure-Nidd watershed.
Northallerton, the capital of the North Riding continued its administrative role as the headquarters for North Yorkshire, but Middlesbrough which once held a quarter of the North Riding population was moved into the newly created county called Cleveland which also included Hartlepool and Stockton from County Durham north of the Tees.
www.thenortheast.fsnet.co.uk /About_Yorkshire.htm   (301 words)

 North Riding of Yorkshire (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.cs.umd.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The North Riding of Yorkshire is one of the three traditional subdivisions of the English county of Yorkshire.
The Ridings are the ancient divisions of Yorkshire and were recognised as such in 1888 when each was given its own county council.
In 1974 the Riding was abolished for administrative purposes, and the majority became part of the new county of North Yorkshire (which also included much of the northern rural part of the old West Riding as well as York itself and the northern and eastern fringes of the old East Riding).
north-riding-of-yorkshire.iqnaut.net.cob-web.org:8888   (289 words)

Yorkshire had been a sparsely populated area of England until the late 1700's, when it became one of the fastest growing sections of the country.
The West Riding is the largest division in Yorkshire and comprises all of the southwestern part of the County.
It was supposed to have killed one third of the population of Yorkshire.
www.maggieblanck.com /Land/York.html   (3403 words)

 GENUKI: Yorkshire Genealogy
Yorkshire is the first county of England in point of size, and the third in point of population.
The 1891 census for Yorkshire is being transcribed by volunteers.
The Yorkshire BMD is an on-going project to put on-line the indexes to births, marriages and deaths, based on the original civil registrations from 1837 to 1950, held at the local register offices of Yorkshire.
www.genuki.org.uk /big/eng/YKS   (4589 words)

 The Motorway Archive. Trunk Road A1 in the North Riding of Yorkshire. Introduction
In the Highways and Bridges Department of the North Riding County Council the construction of roads during the period in question was done very differently to that in the West Riding being largely undertaken by the council's own workforce.
Eventually the North Riding became the first county in England through which the Great North Road, A1 passed to provide dual carriageways on this road throughout the length of the county.
The work to be carried out by the North Riding County Council on the Great North road would then be complete, for the Darlington By-pass will commence at Kneeton Corner and that work is to be undertaken by the Durham County Council.
www.iht.org /motorway/a1nrccintro.htm   (2025 words)

 North Yorkshire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
North Yorkshire is a non-metropolitan or shire county, located in the Yorkshire and the Humber region of England, and a ceremonial county in that region and also partly in North East England.
Uniquely for a district in England, Stockton-on-Tees is split between North Yorkshire and Durham for this purpose.
Within North Yorkshire are the North York Moors and most of the Yorkshire Dales; two of eleven areas of countryside within England and Wales to be officially designated as a national park.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/North_Yorkshire   (502 words)

 North Riding   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Being a specimen of the Yorkshire dialect as spoken in the North Riding, London: W. Allen and Co.
Tidholm, H. The dialect of Egton in North Yorkshire, Göteburg: Bokmaskinen.
Yorkshire Dialect Society, (1937) York Minster Screen: being a specimen of the Yorkshire dialect as spoken in the North Riding, Leeds: Yorkshire Dialect Society.
www.yorksj.ac.uk /dialect/nrbib.htm   (320 words)

 BBC NEWS | England | North Yorkshire | Radical boundary shake-up unveiled
Proposals for the biggest shake-up of local government in North Yorkshire in nearly 30 years have been unveiled by the Boundary Committee.
They are a single unitary authority for the whole of North Yorkshire, three unitary authorities - with existing districts in the county pairing up to form "super districts" - and two options with two unitary authorities.
Selby would become part of East Riding of Yorkshire in all three proposals.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/low/england/north_yorkshire/3253328.stm   (248 words)

 Cleveland Family History Society
The aims are to promote the study of genealogy and family history and to educate the public therein by holding meetings, sharing information, encouraging research, giving assistance, and producing publications for the public benefit.
The Society was formed to cover a perceived gap in the coverage of the neighbouring societies, Northumberland and Durham FHS and the various societies serving Yorkshire.
It seemed that there was a blank area to the south of County Durham and the north of the North Riding which was not adequately addressed by the existing societies.
www.clevelandfhs.org.uk   (320 words)

 Yorkshire Ridings Society - Yorkshire Day and the Yorkshire Declaration of Integrity
Following the government's re-organisation of England's county boundaries during 1974, a number of county groups were set up by concerned people to lobby for the return of their traditional heritage.
This was to be a celebration of all things Yorkshire and was designed to make people more aware of our county's proud history and heritage.
August 1st held a special place in Yorkshire's history for, on this day in 1759, soldiers from Yorkshire regiments who had fought in the battle of Minden, in Germany, picked white roses from bushes near to the battlefields has a tribute to their fallen comrades.
www.yorkshire-ridings.org.uk /yorkshireday.htm   (400 words)

 Antique Maps of Yorkshire North and East Ridings, England
The north east sheet from Teesdale’s four sheet map of the county of Yorkshire.
An engraved map of the Riding embellished with a vignette view of the Beverley Minster.
www.antiquemaps.com /uk/yorksne.htm   (453 words)

 Yorkshire Ridings Society - who we are and what we do
There are a number of branches of the Ridings Society who each in their own way organise events and publicity to assist in the campaign.
the North Riding Group is open to all members and supporters of the Yorkshire Ridings Society living in the North Riding.
The group campaigns for recognition of our status as part of Yorkshire in the boroughs of Redcar and Cleveland, Middlesbrough and part of the borough of Stockton on Tees, south of the River Tees.
www.yorkshire-ridings.org.uk /contact.htm   (347 words)

 Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs to 1516: Yorkshire
Brompton in Pickering Lythe wapentake, in North Riding.
The manor passed from Joan to the Wake family and in the fourteenth century was held by the earls of Kent (VCH Yorkshire (North Riding), i, p.
Mandate to the sh of York to proclaim the fair and cause it to be established.
www.history.ac.uk /cmh/gaz/yorks.html   (15247 words)

Anyone who can provide further information on any of these officers or who would wish to volunteer to carry out local research is asked to contact the Trust.
Died at Northallerton as a result of injuries received in a motorcycling accident with the County motorcycle.
Died from injuries received in a collision with a car when he was cycling on the main road between Redcar and Marske.
www.policememorial.org.uk /Forces/NorthYorkshire/NorthYorksUnc.htm   (261 words)

 Snainton riding Centre - Horse Riding Lessons in Scarborough, North Yorkshire
Situated in the heart of some of the most beautiful countryside in Yorkshire, midway between Scarborough and Pickering, Snainton Riding Centre provides a comprehensive and varied range of facilities.
The Centre was founded in 1970 by the present proprietors Alec and Elaine Lyall, who maintain high standards and pass on the benefit of many years’ experience and expertise to their clients.
Snainton Riding Centre is approved by the British Horse Society and the Association of British Riding Schools.
www.snaintonridingcentre.co.uk   (235 words)

 Trowsdale/Maxfield England Family Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Issac Trowsdale came from the Bilsdale area of North Riding Yorkshire England.
Joseph Trowsdale immigrated from Yorkshire, England in 1816 on the valiant.
Richard and Ann Maxfield married in 1791 in Yorkshire.
members.aol.com /seilg/genea/England.htm   (258 words)

 Familia: North Yorkshire County Library Service
Libraries in North Yorkshire are grouped into six districts.
North Yorkshire County Record Office undertakes searches for a fee.
A searchable location database of the North Yorkshire Census returns held by North Yorkshire Libraries, the County Record Office, the County Register Office and the Dales Countryside Museum is available at:
www.familia.org.uk /services/england/north_yorks.html   (785 words)

 Yorkshire, West Riding, Yorkshire, North Riding and Yorkshire, East Riding Self-catering Accommodation
Yorkshire, West Riding, Yorkshire, North Riding and Yorkshire, East Riding Self-catering Accommodation
Yorkshire, West Riding, Yorkshire, North Riding and Yorkshire, East Riding
Spacious and well equipped apartments in the centre of Leeds, with a reception and dining area, equipped kitchen and en-suite bathroom.
www.milford.co.uk /england/ef23-04.html   (117 words)

 North Yorkshire County Council: Homepage
Drivers 'chilled' by the prospect of travelling alone in winter can boost their confidence with a pioneering driving course offered by North Yorkshire County Council's road safety team.
The lone winter driving course will teach drivers to take a look under the bonnet, check oil and other fluid levels and look for signs of leakage or faulty components, and learn how to check and change a tyre.
North Yorkshire County Council, County Hall, Northallerton, North Yorkshire, DL7 8AD
www.northyorks.gov.uk   (172 words)

 Yorkshire Births Marriages & Deaths
The Register Offices in the county of Yorkshire, England, hold records of Local births, marriages and deaths back to the start of civil registration in 1837.
The county's Family History Societies are collaborating with the local Registration Services to make the indexes to these records freely searchable via the Internet.
Although the indexes are not yet complete for all years and districts, the database will eventually cover Yorkshire births, marriages and deaths for the years 1837 to 1950.
www.yorkshirebmd.org.uk   (100 words)

 North Yorkshire Police: Home Page
Welcome to the 2006/09 NY Policing Thrust — The North Yorkshire Police Authority (NYPA) and North Yorkshire Police (NYP) plan which sets out how we will police over the coming year and beyond.
In this plan we will explain our policing priorities and how they are delivered, how we are funded and how we use that funding.
Find your way to any of North Yorkshire's police stations with our interactive Station Locator.
www.northyorkshire.police.uk   (275 words)

 GENUKI: Yorkshire Genealogy (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.cs.umd.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The East Riding Archives also have a search service.
Please see their Yorkshire Parish Register web-site for more information.
You should also look under Towns and Parishes for more information on places in Yorkshire.
www.genuki.org.uk.cob-web.org:8888 /big/eng/YKS/index.html   (4589 words)

 Bids / Contracts from North Riding of Yorkshire : Bid Notification Service.
Government opportunities from North Riding of Yorkshire are categorized for city, county, authority, federal agencies.
The procurement information includes key contact data from North Riding of Yorkshire including links to purchasing home pages.
Construction bid opportunities from North Riding of Yorkshire are used by sub-contractors to locate prime / subcontractor relationships between small businesses and larger lead contractors.
www.governmentbids.com /cgi/en/browse.bids.list/state/NRY.htm   (209 words)

 Snainton Riding Centre, Scarborough, North Yorkshire
Approved riding hats can be hired from the Centre.
Snainton Riding Centre is located just off the A170, between Scarborough and Pickering.
The A170 can be reached from the A169 if you are travelling from Whitby and the north or from the A64 if you are coming from York.
www.snaintonridingcentre.co.uk /contact.html   (187 words)

 Yorkshire Workhouses
Poor Law Unions in Yorkshire divided into East, North and West Riding for ease of Navigation.
Pauper inmates of Workhouse establishments in the Registration County number 14,710 persons of all ages, 8,906 Males and 5,804 Females.
County of Yorkshire in PP 1902 Vol CXXI Cd 1,107
www.institutions.org.uk /workhouses/england/yorks/Yorkshire.htm   (519 words)

 East Riding of Yorkshire Council Home Page
This week is National Adoption Week, and East Riding of Yorkshire Council is asking people to think about whether they could adopt....
County Hall, Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire, HU17 9BA, Tel: (01482) 393939
Address: County Hall, Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire, HU17 9BA.
www.eastriding.gov.uk   (95 words)

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