Catalogue description Ingilby of Lawkland

This record is held by West Yorkshire Archive Service, Leeds

Details of WYL826
Reference: WYL826
Title: Ingilby of Lawkland

Title Deeds


Austwick WYL826/1 - 76


Clapham WYL826/77 - 89


Lawkland WYL826/90 - 114


Various Townships (Yorkshire) WYL826/115 - 127


Coxhoe (Co. Durham) WYL826/128


Miscellaneous and Unidentified WYL826/129 - 134


Manorial WYL826/135 - 139


Estate Records


Accounts WYL826/140 - 145


Correspondence WYL826/146 - 148


Leases and Tenancy Agreements WYL826/149 - 163


Survey WYL826/164


Maps WYL826/165 - 166


Enclosure WYL826/167 - 169


Minerals WYL826/170 - 173


Wood WYL826/174


Family Records


Wills and Executorship Papers (Ingilby and Related Families) WYL826/175 - 207


Executorship Papers (Other Families) WYL826/208 - 214


Personal Accounts WYL826/215 - 218


Correspondence WYL826/219 - 227


Miscellaneous WYL826/228 - 229


Legal Papers WYL826/230 - 238


Christopher Ingleby, Solicitor WYL826/239 - 251


Schools and Charities WYL826/252 - 258


Brown Family Records


Estate Papers WYL826/259 - 260


Wills WYL826/261 - 264


Correspondence WYL826/265 - 334


Executorship of Rev. James Brown WYL826/335 - 359


Recipes WYL826/360 - 372


Miscellaneous WYL826/373 - 374


Literary and Antiquarian WYL826/375 - 378


Miscellaneous Wills WYL826/379 - 382


Miscellaneous WYL826/383 - 384


Additional (Court books) WYL826/385 - 387


Additional (deeds) WYL826/388 - 407

Date: 1593-1939
Held by: West Yorkshire Archive Service, Leeds, not available at The National Archives
Language: English

Ingilby family of Lawkland, West Riding of Yorkshire

Physical description: 407 Files
  • Lawkland, Clapham, West Riding of Yorkshire
  • Austwick, Clapham, West Riding of Yorkshire
Administrative / biographical background:

The Ingilbys of Lawkland were a cadet branch of the Ingilbys of Ripley. John Ingilby of Acomb Grange who purchased Lawkland from Peter Yorke was the third son of William Ingilby of Ripley, Esq., and a younger brother of Sir William Ingilby, treasurer of Berwick. He married Anne, daughter of William Clapham of Beamsley.


Until soon after 1745 the Ingilbys of Lawkland were strong Catholic recusants. One of them, Charles Ingilby of Austwick, a barrister, was legal adviser to many Catholic families. At their property at Hutton Rudby in the North Riding (see no. 164) the religious community founded by Mary Ward spent a short time before moving to Heworth.

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