Church, Rectory & School identified in ink. St. Paul’s Church, marked in the bottom left corner, in the centre is what was the Church School.
Tinted view of the village Smithy, one of the men seen here was Sam Nunwick.
A bridle path through Esholt woods.
Sir Walter Calverley, was the son of Walter Calverley (1st) and Frances Thompson of Esholt Hall.
Two of the 11 children born to Elizabeth Mary, Countess Cathcart and Alan Frederick, 3rd Earl Cathcart.
View along Chapel Lane to the junction with Main Street.
The name “Clapper” is derived from the Latin claperius, meaning a pile of stones, this type of bridge was simply constructed by laying slabs of stone on piers or piles of stones for support.
A long bill itemising goods bought from Margraves Milliners, of Petergate, York.
This was the site of a lodge house at the entrance of the Coach Road to Esholt Hall.