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From: "Andrew Sefton" <>
Subject: RE: Where's Troutsdale Mill?
Date: Thu, 12 Oct 2000 08:12:30 +0100
Boythorpe is a farm near to Foxholes on the Weaverthorpe road. It was owned
by my uncle Donald RIVIS until his death in 1987 it then passed to his son.
RIVIS/REVIS - Westow, Birdsall (<1730), Sherburn (1730-1830), KirkbyMoorside
SLEIGHTHOLME Fadmoor,Gillamoor (<1850), Barugh (1870-1910), Wold Newton
CARTER - Kirkby Moorside, FENWICK - Helmsley, SMITH - Farndale,
CLARK - Kirkbymoorside, Fadmoor, Farndale, COATES - Wold Newton, PLACE -
SEFTON - Scarborough, Leeds, BRIDON - Salton, DIBB - N.Yorks (1800+),
LEADSON - Sherburn (1720)
CROW - Sherburn (1700), DALE - Westow (1600-1750), ORD - Sherburn
(1750),MEDD - Levisham (1750-1800)
NELLIS - West Ayton, POTTAGE - Scarborough, Huttons Ambo, POTTER,
STRICKLAND, PRESTON - Burythrope,
SAMPLE - Kirkby Moorside,ROBINSON - KirkbyMills, Kirkbymoorside,ELLERBY -
For more details see my web site: http://www.andysefton.freeserve.co.uk
From: Sarah Bailey [mailto:]
Sent: 12 October 2000 00:17
Subject: Re: Where's Troutsdale Mill?
Don't know if anyone else has already helped you, but I believe the places
Foxholes and Butterwick in Driffield. Two of the inhabitants in "Fxhls
Bythrp and Btrwrch in Drfld" list their birthplace as Boythorpe. This does
not appear on my map as Boythorpe or Bythorpe but perhaps you would find it
on a bigger scaled map. This would give you a general area in which to look,
On my map these places are on the B1249 north of Driffield on the border of
North and East Yorkshire (on a modern map). If you need any further help I
will do my best.
----- Original Message -----
From: Keith Scott <>
Sent: Thursday, October 05, 2000 4:52 AM
Subject: Where's Troutsdale Mill?
> The 1881 census shows John COULSON born at Troutsdale Mill, YORK.
> Does anyone know where this place is?
> The census entry was for "Fxhls Bythrp and Btrwrch in Drfld"!!!!
> Castlemaine, Australia
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