Skelton cum Newby

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== Parish History  ==
 
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SKELTON, or, Skelton cum Newby, or Skelton on Ure [River], '''a chapelry, in the parish''' and liberty '''of Ripon''', West Riding of York, 4 miles (southeast by east) from Ripon. The chapelry is seated on the river Ure, about two miles and a half west-northwest of Boroughbridge. The chapel was erected [and chapel registers commence] in 1811.{{expand section|a summary overview of the history of this parish}}  
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SKELTON, or, Skelton cum Newby, or Skelton on Ure [River], '''a chapelry, in the parish''' and liberty '''of [[Ripon,_Yorkshire|Ripon]]''', West Riding of York, 4 miles (southeast by east) from Ripon. The chapelry is seated on the river Ure, about two miles and a half west-northwest of Boroughbridge. The chapel was erected [and chapel registers commence] in 1811.{{expand section|a summary overview of the history of this parish}}  
  
 
Skelton cum Newby is '''an Ecclesiastical Parish''' in the county of Yorkshire, created in 1749 from chapelry in Ripon Ancient Parish; refounded in 1815 from Skelton Ecclesiastical Parish.&nbsp; Wesleyan Methodist is the only identified non-Church of England denomination in Skelton cum Newby.&nbsp; Other places in the parish include: Newby with Mulwith and Newby.<ref>Lewis, Samuel A., ''[http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=51280 A Topographical Dictionary of England]'' (1848), pp. 113-115. Adapted. Date accessed: 17 May 2013.</ref>  
 
Skelton cum Newby is '''an Ecclesiastical Parish''' in the county of Yorkshire, created in 1749 from chapelry in Ripon Ancient Parish; refounded in 1815 from Skelton Ecclesiastical Parish.&nbsp; Wesleyan Methodist is the only identified non-Church of England denomination in Skelton cum Newby.&nbsp; Other places in the parish include: Newby with Mulwith and Newby.<ref>Lewis, Samuel A., ''[http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=51280 A Topographical Dictionary of England]'' (1848), pp. 113-115. Adapted. Date accessed: 17 May 2013.</ref>  

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Parish History

SKELTON, or, Skelton cum Newby, or Skelton on Ure [River], a chapelry, in the parish and liberty of Ripon, West Riding of York, 4 miles (southeast by east) from Ripon. The chapelry is seated on the river Ure, about two miles and a half west-northwest of Boroughbridge. The chapel was erected [and chapel registers commence] in 1811.

Skelton cum Newby is an Ecclesiastical Parish in the county of Yorkshire, created in 1749 from chapelry in Ripon Ancient Parish; refounded in 1815 from Skelton Ecclesiastical Parish.  Wesleyan Methodist is the only identified non-Church of England denomination in Skelton cum Newby.  Other places in the parish include: Newby with Mulwith and Newby.[1]

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Civil Registration

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Church records

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Census records

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Probate records

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