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Abbots of Kirkstall
Abbots of Kirkstall, Seals, II, 17, 18
Aberford Parish Register
Aberford Parish Register, 1540-1812. Ed. by G. D. Lumb. XXXVI
Adam Fitz, Peter
Adam Fitz, Peter of Birkin, R. Holmes, IX, 56
Adel
Adel. W. T. Lancaster, IV, 261
---- Camp. Note by Thoresby. XXVIII, 456
---- Church, Armorial Window. W. B. B. Turner, XXVIII, 464
---- Register, 1600. XXII. 107
------------- 1606-1812. Ed, by G. D. Lumb, V
Agbrigg and Morley Wapentake
Agbrigg and Morley Wapentake – Lay Subsidies 1545 IX, 311;
XI, 101, 333;
Agbrigg and Morley Wapentake – Lay Subsidies 1598 XV, 132
Agriculture.
The Fawkes Family and their Estates in Wharfedale, 1819-1936. Marion Sharples.
2nd ser. 6.
William Vavasour: the squire of Weston, 1798-1833. M. Creaser. LVI, 159
Aire (River)
Aire (River) Survey, from Leeds to Weeland, 1690. IX, 193
Aire & Calder Navigation
Aire & Calder Navigation -- Letter from Thoresby, 1700.
XXVIII, 447
Aire and Calder Navigation. G. Ramsden. XLI, 383
Aldam, William
William Aldam, backbench MP for Leeds, 1841-1847: national issues versus local interests. D. G. Paz. 2nd ser. 8, 17.
Alfred Place
Alfred Place Terminating Building Society, 1825-43. W. C. Rimmer XLVI, 303.
Allerton Bywater
Allerton Bywater. See Chapter House Records
Allotments and Awards
Allotments and Awards under the Garforth Enclosure Act, XXXVII, 105
Anderton Rents
Anderton Rents, 1708, XXVI, 163
Animal remains
Animal remains. See Excavations
Antislavery
Wilson Armistead and the Leeds Antislavery Movement. I. E. Goodyear. LIV, 113.
Archaeology
Archaeology, Study of, Lucins Smith, Bishop of Knaresborough, XXVIII, 233
Architecture
The architect of Holy Trinity Church, Leeds. W. J. Connor. LIV, 293
Benjamin Gott of Armley House, Leeds, 1762-1840: patron of the arts. Veronica M. E. Lovell. LIX, 177
Church Architecture in Leeds, 1700-1799. Terry Friedman. 2nd ser. 7
The Georgian Public Buildings of Leeds and the West Riding. K. Grady. LXII
R. D. Chantrell, Architect: his life and work in Leeds, 1818-1847. Christopher Webster. 2nd ser. 2.
Thorp Arch Hall, 1749-1756: 'dabling a little in Mortar'. Brett Harrison. 2nd ser. 4, 1
Armistead, Wilson
Wilson Armistead and the Leeds Antislavery Movement. I. E. Goodyear. LIV, 113.
Armley
Armley Chapelry Register, 1764-1812, XXIII; XXXI
Benjamin Gott of Armley House, Leeds, 1762-1840: patron of the arts. Veronica M. E. Lovell. LIX, 177
Armour (with Plates)
Armour (with Plates), W. Kerr Smith, IV, 117
Arms
Arms of Danby, XXXVII, 28
Falshaw of Leeds, II, 51
Ilbert de Lacy, II, 17
Kirkstall Abbey, II, 17
Leeds, XV, 183,
XXVI, 274
Shilleto, XXVI, 308
Washington (at Selby Abbey), XXVIII, 181
Arrears of Pay
Arrears of Pay due to Captain Thoresby, XXVIII, 433
Arthington
Arthington, Early History. W. T, Lancaster. IV, 148
Arthington Nunnery, Early Charters. W, T, Lancaster, XXII, 118
Arthington Nunnery. C. A. Lupton. LIII, 224.
Asolf
Asolf or Essolf (12th century). R. Holmes, IX, 23
Assessment (Leeds)
Assessment (Leeds), 1692, XXVIII, 444
Augustinian Canons
Augustinian Canons. See Bolton Priory
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Bachelors and Widowers
Bachelors and Widowers, Tax on, 1695, H, W. Thompson, XXIV, 362
Baines, Edward
Edward Baines, editor: great man, great liar? The press assessment. David Thornton. 2nd ser. 14, 37.
Baker, Rev. Thomas
Baker, Rev. Thomas, Letter from Thoresby to, 1712, XXVIII, 461
Baptist Church
The Baptist breach at Bramley. R. J. Owen.
LIV, 230.
Wintoun Street Baptist Church, 1870-1895. R. J. Owen. LIII, 171.
Barker, Joseph
Joseph Barker and the Radical Cause, 1848-1851. Stephen Roberts.
2nd ser. 1, 59.
Barker, Joseph, and The People, M. Brook. XLVI, 331.
Barnbow
Barnbow, see XVII, Ch. 10
Barwick-in-Elmet
Barwick-in-Elmet : History. F. S. Colman. XVII
---- , Old Deeds relating to. R. B, Cook. XXII, 174
Barwick-in-Elmet. Letters of the Rev. George Plaxton, M.A, Rector of. Miss E. M. Walker. XXXVII, 30.
Barwick and Scholes
Barwick and Scholes, 15th-century Rental, W. T, Lancaster, XXVIII, 238
Beckwith, Frank
Annotated list of the writings of Frank Beckwith, compiled by G. Woledge. LVI, 198.
Beeston
Beeston Chapelry Register, 1724-1812, Ed, G. D. Lumb XXIII, XXIX
--------, Family of. W. T, Lancaster, XXIV, 245
Stank Hall barn, Leeds, ed. by H. E. J. Le Patourel. LIV, 237
Bell Ringing
Bell Ringing at Leeds in 1632, note in handwriting of Ralph Thoresby XXII, 234
Berkenhout, John
Berkenhout, John. “Pendavid Bitterzwigg”. F. Beckwith XLI, 283
Birkin Church
Birkin Church, Ordination of South Chapel in IX, 62
Birstall
Birstall, Oakwell Hall: inventory of goods, 1611. Miss A. G. Foster XLI, 114
Birstall, Gomersal and Heckmondwike
Birstall, Gomersal and Heckmondwike, W. T. Lancaster XXVI, 25
---- Chantry in (Edw. VI)XXVIII, 431
Bolton Priory
Bolton Priory, Architectural Description, with some Account of Augustinian Canons. A. Hamilton Thompson, XXX
Boyle, family
"Fair befall the Flax Field": aspects of the history of the Boyle family and their flax business. M. B. Boyle. LVI, 1.
Boyne, William
Boyne, William, Numismatist, of Leeds, G. D. Lumb, XXXIII, 228
Bradford
'Shall it be Bradford or Leeds?': the origins of professional football in the West Riding textile district. A. J. Arnold. LXIII, 81.
Bramhope
Bramhope. W. T. Lancaster. IX, 228
Episodes in the history of Golden Acre. Tony Shelton. 2nd ser. 11, 19
Bramley
Bramley Chapelry Register, 1724-1812. Ed, G. D. Lumb.
XXIII; XXIX
Bramley Scribbling Miller, Diary, see Rogerson
The Baptist breach at Bramley. R. J. Owen. LIV, 230
The Leather Industries and the Growth of Bramley. A. Silson. 2nd ser. 19, 77.
Brawl in Kirkgate
Brawl in Kirkgate, 13 Edw. II E. Kitson Clark, IV, 125
Bright, Dr. Timothy
Bright, Dr. Timothy: Some Troubles of an Elizabethan Rector, H. Armstrong Hall. XV, 30
Burials
Burials at St. Paul's Church, Leeds, 1796-1865. XV, 56 Burmantofts Old Hall. G, D. Lumb. XXVI, 106
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Calverley Charters
Calverley Charters, Vol.I. Transcribed by S, Margerison. Ed. by W. P. Baildon and S. Margerison. VI
Calverley, William de
William de Calverley (c.1275-1319): a notable Franciscan Friar. M. Robson> 2nd ser. 20, 1.
Carr, John
Thorp Arch Hall, 1749-1756: 'dabling a little in Mortar'. Brett Harrison. 2nd ser. 4, 1.
Chantrell, R.D.
R. D. Chantrell, Architect: his life and work in Leeds, 1818-1847. Christopher Webster. 2nd ser. 2.
Chantries of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Chantries of the B.V.M. in Leeds. T. Marshall, IV, 65
Chapel Allerton
Chapel Allerton, Petition relating to the Mosses. Wm, Brigg, XV, 274
------ ----- ---- Register, 1724-1812. Ed. G, D. Lumb, XXIII; XXIX
Visit to Chapel Allerton and Harwood in 1767. Rev, Joseph Ismay. XXXVII, 333
Chapels
Chapels, Leeds, see also Armley, Beeston, Bramley, Chapel Allerton, Farnley, Headingley, Holbeck, Hunslet
Chapter House Records
Chapter House Records; Survey of manors of Leeds, Rothwell, Allerton Bywater, Kippax, Ledston. John Lister XXXIII, 83
Charitable Uses,
Charitable Uses, Committee of, Leeds. Extracts from Minute Book, commencing 1664. XXII, 355
Chartae Leodienses
Chartae Leodienses; with Notes on the Reame Family and the Leeds Chantries of the B.V.M. Thomas Marshall, IV, 65
Charter History of a Long Life
Charter History of a Long Life --Adam FitzPeter, of Birkin, Richard Holmes, IV, 56
Charters
Charters and other documents relating to Kirkstall Abbey now in the British Museum, List of. II, 19
Charters of Arthington Nunnery. W. T. Lancaster, XXII, 118
------ ---, Calverley, VI
Charters relating to the Possessions of Kirkstall Abbey in Allerton. F, R, Kitson and others, IV, 42, 81
Church plate
Church plate. A survey of the plate of Leeds Parish Church and its ancient chapelries. J. Sprittles. Monograph II.
Churchwardens' Accounts
Churchwardens' Accounts -- Methley. E. Kitson Clark, XI, 236;
------ ----- ----- ----- ----- ---- H. Armstrong Hall, XI, 262
Civil War Accounts
Civil War Accounts, Some, 1647-1650, Ethel Kitson and E, Kitson Clark, XI, 137
Clark, E. Kitson
Clark, E. Kitson. A. S. Turberville. XXXVII, 310.
Claro Wapentake
Claro Wapentake, Musters in, 1535. W. Paley Baildon, XV. 111
Clocks
William Potts of Leeds, clockmaker. Michael S. Potts.. 2nd ser.13, 25
Cloth Hall,
Cloth Hall, The White, Leeds (illustrated). Herbert Heaton. XXII, 131
Cloth trade
Cloth trade. Yorkshire cloth traders in the United States, 1770-1840. H. Heaton. XXXVII 225.
Clothiers
Poem on the clothiers, 1730. F, Beckwith.
XLI, 275
The Clothier Families of Horsforth: Industrial Transition and Social Change in a West Yorkshire Textile Village, 1841-1881. Susan M Chell. 2nd ser. 24, 25.
The rulers of Leeds: gentry, clothiers and merchants, c. 1425-1626. J. W. Kirby. LIX, 22.
Coal
Early Coal Mining in Leeds. G. D. Newton. 2nd ser. 24, 1.
Waggonways and staiths: the impact of the Middleton Colliery on the township of Hunslet, c. 1750-1850. Barbara C. May. 2nd ser. 3, 38
Cockburn, Sir George
Sir George Cockburn, 1848-1927. Arthur Elton. 2nd ser. 3, 81
Coins -- see Roman
Conveyancing practice
Conveyancing practice, from local records. Miss A. G. Foster. XLI, 197
Cookridge
Mr. Kirke's wood. J. Sprittles. LII, 80
Copley Family
Copley Family, Notes on Early Pedigree. W. Paley Baildon. XXVI, 350; XXVIII, 195
Copyhold Tenure
Copyhold Tenure, Manorial System and, G. G. Alexander, XXXIII, 283
Counsel's Opinion
Counsel's Opinion, 1686, Relating to Property of the Thoresby and Briggs Families. G. G. Alexander, XXVIII, 405
Court Rolls
Court Rolls (14th -century) of the Manor of Thorner, W. T. Lancaster XV, 153
Creskelde
Creskelde. Early iron workings. W. B. Crump. XLI, 300
Cressets
Cressets, Notes of. John H. Whitham. XV, 127
Cromwell
Cromwell, Petition to, 1657 XXVIII, 440
Cromwellbottom
Cromwellbottom and Leventhorp, Lacy of. C. T. Clay, XXVIII, 468
Crosses of Leeds
Crosses of Leeds, The Early (illustrated). W. G. Collingwood. XXII, 267
Crump, W. B
Crump, W. B, M.A. XLI, 101
Cycles
Leeds cyclists and cycle makers, 1880-1901. A. Elton. 2nd ser. 5, 110
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Danby, Christopher
Danby, Christopher, of Masham and Farnley. Clifford Whone. XXXVII, 1
Deeds
Deeds relating to Barwick-in-Elmet, XXII, 174
Denison Family
Denison Family of Great Woodhouse and their Residences (ill.). G. D. Lumb. XV, 251;
XXVI, 102
Dewsbury
The Dewsbury riots and the Revd Benjamin Ingham. B. Scott. LVI, 187
Dukedom of Leeds
Dukedom of Leeds. G, D. Lumb XV, 1, 275
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Ellis Family
Ellis Family, of Kiddal Hall (with Pedigree), G. W. Waddington.
II, 65
---- ---- , ----- ----- ----- . G. D, Lumb. XXVI, 61
Emigration
Emigration. Joseph Barker and The People, M. Brook. XLVI, 331
Enclosure
The Enclosure of Common Land in Headingley-cum-Burley, 1828-34: Conflicts of Interest. E. J. Bradford. 2nd ser. 18, 63.
Enclosure. Garforth Enclosure Act [1810], Allotments and Awards. XXXVII, 105
Engineering
Early textile engineers in Leeds, 1780-1850. G. Cookson. 2nd ser. 4, 40
Thwaite Mill, Hunslet, and Thomas Cheek Hewes. Stuart B. Smith. LIII, 82
English Wool
English Wool, Importation of, into Ireland. C. T. Clay, XXVI, 155
Eston, John de
Eston, John de, Claim of. Arthur Beanlands. XXIV, 227
Excavations
Kirkstall Abbey, 1950-1954. XLIII
----- ----- -----  1955-1959. XLVIII
----- ----- -----  1960-1964, with appraisal of results since 1950. LI
Pontefract Priory, 1957-1961. XLIX
Extent of the manors of
Extent of the manors of Leeds, Rothwell, Allerton Bywater, Kippax and Ledston in 1341, XXXIII, 83
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Factory reform
Factory reform. Leeds and the factory reform movement. J. T. Ward. XLVI, 87
Fairs and markets
Fairs and markets, Yorkshire fairs and markets, to the end of the eighteenth century, K L. McCutcheon. XXXIX
Falshaw, Sir James
Falshaw, Sir James, Bart, (with Pedigree). J. W. Morkill. II, 51
Farnley
Farnley Wood Plot. S. J. Chadwick. XV, 122
Farnley [Leeds], Tithes of, W. E. Preston. XXXIII, 427
Farnley, Christopher Danby of Masham and. C. Whone, XXXVII, 1
The Fawkes Family and their Estates in Wharfedale, 1819-1936. Marion Sharples. 2nd ser. 6.
Farnley Chapelry Register
Farnley Chapelry Register, 1724-1812. Ed. G.D.LumbXXIII, XXIX
Fawkes, family
The Fawkes Family and their Estates in Wharfedale, 1819-1936. Marion Sharples. 2nd ser. 6.
Fearn, Josiah
Josiah Fearn: a Villainous Lord of the Manor of Leeds. Margaret Pullan. 2nd ser. 24, 41
Fine arts
Benjamin Gott of Armley House, Leeds, 1762-1840: patron of the arts. Veronica M. E. Lovell. LIX, 177
Leeds and public patronage of fine art, 1809-1888. Janet Douglas. 2nd ser.11, 73
First World War
Leeds and the First World War. David Thornton. 2nd ser. 24, 111.
FitzPeter, Adam
FitzPeter, Adam of Birkin. Richard Holmes,
IX, 56
Flax
"Fair befall the Flax Field": aspects of the history of the Boyle family and their flax business. M. B. Boyle. LVI, 1
Football
'Shall it be Bradford or Leeds?': the origins of professional football in the West Riding textile district. A. J. Arnold. LXIII, 81
Foundation of Kirkstall Abbey
Foundation of Kirkstall Abbey etc. E. Kitson Clark, IV, 169
France
France, Assessment to maintain War against, 1692. XXVIII, 444
Free School
Free School Lands, Rental of the, XXII, 362
Forsyth, David
David Forsyth and the City of Leeds School. E. W. Jenkins. 2nd ser. 1, 75
Fulneck
The Moravian Settlement at Fulneck, 1742-1790. Geoffrey Stead. 2nd ser. 9
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Gardens
Edward Oates and the making of the lost American garden at Meanwoodside, 1834-1864. Colin Treen. 2nd ser. 5, 67
Garforth Enclosure Act
Garforth Enclosure Act [1810], Allotments and Awards, XXXVII, 105
Gas
The Leeds gas strike, 1890. H. Hendrick.
LIV, 78
The origins of gas in Leeds: the Leeds Gas Light Company, 1817-35. A. Lockwood. LVI, 114
Genealogical Notes
Genealogical Notes, Miscellaneous, James Rusby, II, 36
Gentry
The rulers of Leeds: gentry, clothiers and merchants, c. 1425-1626. J. W. Kirby. LIX, 22
Golden Acre, Bramhope
Episodes in the history of Golden Acre. Tony Shelton. 2nd ser.11, 19
Gomersal
Gomersal, Birstall & Heckmondwike. W. T. Lancaster, XXVI, 25
Gott, Benjamin
Benjamin Gott of Armley House, Leeds, 1762-1840: patron of the arts. Veronica M. E. Lovell. LIX, 177
Gott Family
Gott Family, Mills, Papers, etc. See Leeds Woollen Industry, XXXII
Graveley Family
Graveley Family of Halton (with pedigree). J. W. Morkill, II, 54
Green Family
Green Family of Horsforth. W. T. Lancaster, . XXIV, 469
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Halifax
Halifax, Seals of the Corporate Bodies (ill.), John Stansfeld,
II, 111
----, Some Buildings of the Seventeenth Century in the Parish (ill.). T. F. Ford, XXVIII, 1
Hall
Hall family of Stumperlow and Leeds. S. Brooke. XLI, 309
Hardcastle, Charles Donald
Hardcastle, Charles Donald. G. D. Lumb. XXXIII, 148
Harding, Col. Walter
City Square and Colonel Harding. G. Black. LIV, 106
Harewood.
Harewood. Visit to Chapel Allerton and Harwood in 1767. Rev. Joseph Ismay. XXXVII, 333
Harrison, John
Harrison, John, the Leeds Benefactor, Family of. G. D. Lumb, XV, 48
----------------and his times, M. A. Hornsey. XXXIII,103
---- ---- and Francis Layton, Letter from, respecting Baron Thorpe, 1650. XXVIII, 462
Headingley
The Enclosure of Common Land in Headingley-cum-Burley 1828-34: Conflicts of Interest, E.J. Bradford. 2nd ser. 18, 63
Headingley Chapelry Register, 1724-1812. Ed. by G. D. Lumb.
XXIII, XXIX
Headingley Hall: Lords and Tenants through Seven Centuries. J.M.Collinson 2nd ser. 18, 18
Headingley-cum-Burley c1544-c1784. John Cruickshank. 2nd ser. 22.
Love and Marriage in Elizabethan Headingley. J. M. Collinson. 2nd ser. 20, 41.
Robert the Dyer – the First Leeds Businessman? J. M. Collinson. 2nd ser. 18, 88.
Speculative housing development in the suburb of Headingley, Leeds, 1838-1914. F. Trowell. LIX, 50
Hearth Tax Return
Hearth Tax Return (Skyrack Wapentake), 1672. II, 180; IV, 17
Heaton, John Deakin
Extracts from the journals of John Deakin Heaton, ed. by Bryan and Dorothy Payne. LIII, 93
Heckmondwike
Heckmondwike, Beeston & Gomersal. W. T. Lancaster. XXVI, 25
Heraldry
Heraldry: Royal Heraldic Supporters. N. C. Scatcherd.
XXXIII, 459
----: see also Arms
Hewes, Thomas Cheek
Thwaite Mill, Hunslet, and Thomas Cheek Hewes. Stuart B. Smith. LIII, 82
Hodgson, William
Hodgson, William. Note on "William Hodgson's book" [MS.]. XLVI, 379
Holbeck
A Victorian city mission: the Unitarian contribution to social progress in Holbeck and New Wortley, 1844-78. E. A. Elton. LIV, 316
Holbeck Chapelry Register, 1724-1812, Ed. by G. D. Lumb.
XXIII, XXXI
----, St, Helen's Chapel. W. T. Lancaster, XXIV, 134
Hole, James
Hole, James. Social reform in Victorian Leeds: the work of James Hole, 1820-1895. J. F. C. Harrison, Monograph III
Holy Trinity Church
The architect of Holy Trinity Church, Leeds. William J. Connor.
LIV, 293
Holy Trinity Church in the history of Leeds, 1727-1977. Gordon C. F. Forster. LIV, 281
Hook, Walter Farquhar
Anglican Resurgence under W. F. Hook in early Victorian Leeds. Church Life in a Nonconformist Town, 1836-1851. Harry W. Dalton. 2nd ser. 12
Hook, Dr, Letter of Introduction of Thoresby to, 1701 XXVIII, 448
----, Dr. Robert, Letter from Tho, Kirke, respecting, 1703. XXVIII, 457
Walter Farquhar Hook, Vicar of Leeds: his work for the Church and the town, 1837-1848. H. W. Dalton. LXIII, 27
Hooton Pagnell
Hooton Pagnell and its Market Cross (ill.). Prof, E. Clark, XV, 26
Horsforth
The Clothier Families of Horsforth: Industrial Transition and Social Change in a West Yorkshire Textile Village, 1841-1881. Susan M Chell. 2nd ser. 24, 25.
Horsforth, Early History, W, T. Lancaster. XV, 222
Housing
Speculative housing development in the suburb of Headingley, Leeds, 1838-1914. F. Trowell. LIX, 50
Hunslet
Hunslet Chapel--Mr. Clarke's MS. (A Thoresby MS.), II, 161, 176
------ Chapelry Register, 1734-1812. Ed. by G. D. Lumb. XXIII, XXXI
Hunslet, in the later Middle Ages, G. G. Gamble. XLI, 222
The theatre in Hunslet Lane, I and II. J. Copley. LIV, 65, 196
Thwaite Mill, Hunslet, and Thomas Cheek Hewes. Stuart B. Smith. LIII, 82
Waggonways and staiths: the impact of the Middleton Colliery on the township of Hunslet, c. 1750-1850. Barbara C. May. 2nd ser. 3, 38
Hunter's Church Notes
Hunter's Church Notes: St. Peter's, Leeds, II, 26;
 ----------------------- St. John's, Leeds, II, 33
Hunton, Anthony, M.D.
Hunton, Anthony, M.D, and his connexion with Harrogate. W. J. Kaye, XXVIII, 212
I
Improvement
Improvement in early Victorian Leeds. D. Fraser. LIII, 71
Indians
The 'Wild Indian Savages' in Leeds. C. G. Galloway. LIV, 305
Ingham, Revd Benjamin
The Dewsbury riots and the Revd Benjamin Ingham. B. Scott. LVI, 187
Inscriptions
Inscriptions upon the Monuments in St. Peter's Church, Leeds, 1699 (A Thoresby MS.)
II, 162
       in the churchyard, II, 165, 170;
XXIV, 256;
XXVI, 41
----: See also Leeds Churches
Inventories.
Inventories. See Pawson Inventory 1676, IV, 162;
             Temple Newsam Wills 1612-1701, XXXIII, 241
Irish
The Irish in Leeds, 1851-1861. T. Dillon. LIV, 1
Famine, Typhus and the Poor Law: Irish Families in Leeds. H. Kennally. 2nd ser. 20, 57.
Iron
Early iron workings at Creskelde, near Otley, W. B. Crump,
XLI, 300
Kirkstall Forge and monkish iron-making. R. A. Mott. LIII, 154
Italian Immigrants
The Italian Immigrants in Leeds, 1881-1901.  C.Nichol 2nd ser. 19, 37
J
Jackson
Jackson Family and The Old Hall, Wade Lane, Leeds, G, D. Lumb. XXVI, 1
Jacobite Rebellions
Leeds and the Jacobite Rebellions of 1715 and 1745. Jonathan Oates. 2nd ser. 14, 1
James II King
James II King, Address to, on Declaration for Liberty of Conscience, 1687. XXVIII, 442
Jews
Leeds Jewry, 1930-1939: the challenge of anti-Semitism. Amanda Bergen. 2nd ser. 10, 1
Justice's Note-Book
Justice's Note-Book of Capt. John Pickering, 1656-60. G. D. Lumb. XI 69; XV, 71, 277
K
Kennet, Bishop
Kennet, Bishop, Letter from Thoresby to, 1724. XXVIII, 460
Kiddal
Kiddal, Ellis of, G. D. Lumb,
XXVI, 61
Kiddal Hall, Description of (ill.).
II, 55
also XVII, Ch, 14
Killingbeck
Killingbeck, John, Letter from Henry Piers to, 1710,
XXVIII, 449
Killingbeck, Robert, Letter from, to his brother John, XXVIII, 442
Killinghall
Killinghall, The Maudes of, Some Correspondence of, W. Paley Baildon, XXIV, 110
Kippax
Kippax, See Chapter House Records
Kirk, George Edward
Kirk, George Edward. R, J. Wood. XLVI, 271
Kirke, Thomas
Kirke, Thomas, Letter from, re Dr. Robert Hook, 1703, XXVIII, 457
Kirkstall
Kirkstall Abbey, 1147-1539: an historical study. Guy D. Barnes.
LVIII
Kirkstall Forge and monkish iron-making. R. A. Mott. LIII, 154
The last monks of Kirkstall Abbey. A. Lonsdale. LIII, 201
Kirkstall Abbey, Architectural Description, J. Bilson and W. H. St. John Hope, XVI
---- ----, Arms of. II, 17
----- ----, Brief Notes of Seals remaining on Charters, IV, 114
----- ----, Charters and other documents now in the British Museum, List of. II, 19
----- ----, Charters relating to possessions in Allerton, IV, 42, 81
---- ----, Coucher Book, Ed, by W, T. Lancaster and W. Paley Baildon, VIII
---- ----, Foundation of, IV, 169
---- ----, Possessions of, in Leeds. W. T. Lancaster, IV, 37
---- ----, Rent Roll of, 1459. II, 1
---- ----, Seals, II, 17, 18
Kirkstall Abbey, excavations, 1950-1954, XLIII
                          1955-1959, XLVIII
                          1960-1964,with appraisal of results since 1950, LI
Kirkstall Abbey chronicles, J. Taylor. XLII
Kirkstall Abbey, Medieval Leeds: Kirkstall Abbey -- The Parish Church -- The medieval borough. J. Le Patourel, XLVI, 1
Kirkstall, New Grange. J. Sprittles. XLVI, 22
Kitson, James
The rise of James Kitson: Trades Union and Mechanics Institution, Leeds, 1826-1851. R. J. Morris. LIII, 179
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Lacy, Ilbert de
Lacy, Ilbert de, Arms and Seal of,
II, 17, 18
---- of Cromwellbottom and Leventhorp. C. T. Clay, XXVIII, 468
Lancaster Depositions, Duchy of
Lancaster Depositions, Duchy of; 2 Eliz. Action Folkingham v. Lyndley and uxor, IX, 5
Lancaster, W. T
Lancaster, W. T. Obituary,
XXVI, 39
Lasingcroft and Shippen
Lasingcroft and Shippen. See XVII, Ch. 11
Law Suit (Leeds)
Law Suit (Leeds) in the Sixteenth Century, Edmund Wilson, IX, 1
Lay Subsidies,
Lay Subsidies, See Agbrigg and Morley Wapentake
------ ----, see Skyrack Wapentake
Layton, Francis
Layton, Francis, and John Harrison, Letter from re Baron Thorpe, 1650, XXVIII, 462
Leather industry
Leather industry in Leeds. W. G. Rimmer XLVI, 119
The Leather Industries and the Growth of Bramley. A.Silson 2nd ser. 19, 77
Leathley
Leathley or Lelay, Family of. W. Paley Baildon, XI, 3
Ledston
Ledston, Manor of. See Chapter House Records
Leeds - from the Jubilee Index
  Leeds Arms, G. D. Lumb. XV, 183
  Leeds Arms, W. B, Barwell Turner, XXVI, 274
  Leeds Benefactor: John Harrison, Family of. G. D. Lumb. XV, 48
  Leeds Benefactor: John Harrison and his times, M. A. Hornsey. XXXIII, 103
  Leeds, Bischoff House. See Denison family  
  Leeds Borough Subsidy, 1596-7, James Rusby. II, 22
  Leeds, Briggate, Last Shop with Bow Windows in. G. D. Lumb. XXVI, 397
  Leeds Chantries. Thomas Marshall, IV, 73
  Leeds Chapelries Register, 1724-1812. Ed. G, D. Lumb. XXIII, XXIX, XXXI
  Leeds Chapels, Notes on. XXVI, 164
  Leeds Charitable Uses: Extracts from the Minute Book commencing in 1664. XXII, 355
  Leeds Charters. See Charter Leodienses  
  Leeds Churches: Holy Trinity, Register, 1724-1812. Ed, Gt D, Lumb. XXIII, XXIX
  Leeds Churches: St. John's. Church of St. ]ohn the Evangelist, Woodwork (I11.). J. E. Stocks. XXIV, 190
  Leeds Churches: St. John's. Consecration of. J. E. Stocks, XXIV, 190
  Leeds Churches: St. John's. Hunter's Church Notes. II, 33
  Leeds Churches: St. John's. Monuments in. G, D. L[umb]. XXXIII, 306
  Leeds Churches: St. John's, Monumental Inscriptions in Churchyard. G, D. L[umb]. XXXIII, 317
  Leeds Churches: St. John's, Register, 1724-1812, Ed, G, D, Lumb. XXIII, XXIX
  Leeds Churches: St. John's Trustees' Account Book, 1660-1766. G. D. Lumb, XXIV, 379
  Leeds Churches: St. Paul's, Burials at, 1790-1865, XV, 56
  Leeds Churches: St. Peter's (Parish Church): Hunter's Church Notes, II, 26
  Leeds Churches: St. Peter's Inscriptions in Churchyard, II, 165, 170
XXIV, 256
XXVI, 41
  Leeds Churches: St. Peter's Inscriptions upon Monuments, 1699, II, 162
  Leeds Churches: St. Peter's, Register, 1572-1776. Ed. S, Margerison, G. D. Lumb, J. Singleton and Emily Hargrave. I, III, VII, X, XIII, XX, XXV
  Leeds Corporation, Court Books of: First Book, 1662-1705. Transc, J. G. Clark, XXXIV
  Leeds Corporation, Letter to, re Birth of Young Pretender, 1688. XXVIII, 444
  Leeds Crosses (illustrated). W. G. Collingwood. XXII, 267
  Leeds, Dukedom of, G. D. L[umb]. XV, 1
  Leeds Earliest Parish Register, Extracts from, XXVIII, 432
  Leeds , East Bar. See Leeds, York or East Bar  
  Leeds Free School Lands, Rental of the, XXII, 362
  Leeds Grammar School Admission Books, 1820-1900. Ed. E.Wilson, XIV
  Leeds in my grandfather's days (c, 1800), C, P, Hardcastle. XXXIII, 149
  Leeds in Prehistoric Times. E. Kitson Clark, XV, 212
  Leeds Intelligencer, Extracts from. 1754-68, C S. Rooke,
------------------------------------ 1755-63, G. D, Lumb,
------------------------------------1763-67, G, D. Lumb,
------------------------------------1769-1776, G, D, Lumb
IV, 226
XXVIII, 65
XXXIII, 156 XXXVIII
  Leeds , Kirkgate cum Holbeck, Manor Court of, 1666,-71, W. T, Lancaster, XXVI, 129
  Leeds Law Suit in the Sixteenth Century, IX, 1
  Leeds , Lease of Tithe of Hay in (1687). XXIV, 401
  Leeds Mace (illustrated). E. Kitson Clark. IV, 205
  Leeds Malefactor, 1752. Emily Hargrave. XXVI, 148
  Leeds Manor Book, 1684-1741, Observations out of the. IV, 278
  Leeds Manor House and Park. G. D. Lumb. XXIV, 399
  Leeds Manor, Rental in 1425. W. T. Lancaster, XXIV, 6
  Leeds Manor Rolls, 1650-1666. IX, 63
  Leeds Manor Survey of 1341 See Chapter House Records, XXXIII, 83
  Leeds Manor Survey of 1612, H. T. Kelsey, XI, 36
                                                J. Singleton, XXIV, 336
                                                W. P. Baildon, XXXIV, 341
  Leeds Merchants' Memorandum Book, 1786, J. Singleton, XXIV, 31
  Leeds, Mill Hill Chapel, First Minister of. G. D. Lumb. XI, 321
  Leeds, Musical, in Eighteenth Century, Emily Hargrave. XXVIII, 320
  Leeds, Paganini in, 1832, F. Dawson. XXXIII, 447
  Leeds Parish Church. See Leeds Churches, St. Peter's  
  Leeds Parish Register, 1572-1776. Ed. S. Margerison, G, D, Lumb, J, Singleton and Emily Hargrave, I, III, VII, X, XIII, XX, XXV
  Leeds, Paulinus de. R. Holmes. IV, 209
  Leeds, Pious Uses, Receipts and Payments by the Committee for the. XXII, 382
  Leeds, Plans of, 1806. J. R. Ford, XI, 130; E. Wilson, IX, 196
  Leeds, Plans of, see under Maps  
  Leeds Poor, Rents belonging to the. XXII, 363
  Leeds, Sheepshanks' House. See Denison family  
  Leeds Steam Carriage Company, XXXVII, 132
  Leeds, Vicarage of, 1697, XXVI, 166
  Leeds Volunteers, 1820. Emily Hargrave. XXIV, 451
  Leeds Volunteers, Early, Emily Hargrave. XXVIII, 255
  Leeds, Wade Lane, Old Hall and the Jackson Family (ill.). G, D, Lumb. XXVI, 1
  Leeds White Cloth Hall. W. T. Lancaster and H. Heaton, XXII 131
  Leeds Woollen Industry, 1780-1820. Ed. W. B. Crump, XXXII
  Leeds Yeomanry, Formation of, 1817. Emily Hargrave, XXIV, 435
  Leeds, York or East Bar. G, D, Lumb. XXVI, 170
  ---- : See also .Chapter House Records  
Leeds - 1939 - 2004
  Leeds, Alfred Place Terminating Building Society, 1825-43. W. G. Rimmer. XLVI, 303
  Leeds and the First World War. David Thornton. 2nd ser. 24, 111.
  Leeds, banking, Two hundred years of, H. Pemberton. XLVI, 54
  Leeds, Becoming a city: Leeds, 1893. Arthur Elton. 2nd ser. 3, 67
  Surprising Survivors of the Black Death in Leeds. J. Dixon. 2nd ser. 20, 13.
  Leeds, borough. Medieval Leeds: Kirkstall Abbey -- The Parish Church  
  Leeds, borough. Medieval borough of Leeds. G. Woledge. XXXVII, 288
  Leeds, borough. Documents relating to the manor and borough, 1066-1400. J. Le Patourel. XLV
  The Burial Ground Problem in Leeds c1700-1914. Jim Morgan. 2nd ser. 23.
  Leeds, churches: St Peter's. A survey of the plate of Leeds Parish Church and its ancient chapelries. J. Sprittles. Monograph II
  Leeds, churches: St Peter's. Medieval Leeds: Kirkstall Abbey -- The Parish Church -- The medieval borough. J. Le Patourel. XLVI, 1
  churches. Leeds church patronage in the eighteenth century. R. J. Wood. XLI, 103
  East End, West End: the face of Leeds during urbanisation, 1684-1842. Maurice W. Beresford. LX-LXI
  Evolution of Leeds to 1700. W. G. Rimmer. L, 89
  Factory reform movement. J. T. Ward. XLVI, 87
  Further notes upon Leeds church patronage in the eighteenth century. R. J. Wood. L, 193
  Leeds, Industrial profile, 1740-1840, W. G. Rimmer L, 130
  Leather industry in the nineteenth century. W. G. Rimmer. XLV1, 119
  Leeds in the Seventeenth and Early Eighteenth Century. Centenary Edition Miscellany. LXIV
  Leeds musical festivals. J, Sprittles. XLVI, 200
  Leeds manor, Documents relating to, 1066-1400, J. Le Patourel. XLV
  Leeds maps. See Maps and plans.  
  Leeds Extracts from the Leeds Intelligencer and The Leeds Mercury, 1777-1782: with an introductory account of The Leeds Intelligencer, 1754-1866. G. D. Lumb and J. B. Place. XL
  Leeds Extracts from The Leeds Intelligencer, 1791-1796, G. D. Lumb. XLIV
  Leeds and the public patronage of fine art, 1809-1888. Janet Douglas. 2nd ser. 11, 73
  Leeds Woodhouse. See Woodhouse.  
  Links with Bygone Leeds. J. Sprittles. LII
  Medieval Leeds: Kirkstall Abbey -- The Parish Church -- The medieval borough. J. Le Patourel. XLVI, 1
  newspapers. Extracts from The Leeds Intelligencer and The Leeds Mercury, 1769-1776. G. D. Lumb. XXXVIII
  Occupations, 1841-1951. W. G. Rimmer. L, 158
  Parliamentary reform, 1820-1832. A. S. Turberville and F. Beck-with. XLI, 1
  population, during the industrial revolution, F. Beckwith, XLI, 118. Addendum, XLI, 401
  postal history. H. C. Versey. L. 181
  Quaker Meeting. W, Allott. L, 1
  Site and early plans. E. Kitson Clerk. XXXVII, 193
  Social reform in Victorian Leeds: the work of James Hole, 1820-1895. J. F. C. Harrison. Monograph III
  The Corporation of Leeds in the eighteenth century. R. G. Wilson. LIV, 262
  The early years of Leeds Corporation. G. C. F. Forster. LIV, 251
  The Leeds Corporation, c.1820-c.1850. D. Fraser. LIV, 272
  The rulers of Leeds: gentry, clothiers and merchants, c.1425-1626. J. W. Kirby. LIX, 22
  The Manor and Borough of Leeds, 1425-1662: an edition of documents, ed. by J.W. Kirby LVII
  The medieval borough. J. Le Patourel. XLVI, 1
  Town Hall, The building of. Asa Briggs. XLVI, 275
  waterworks. Sorocold's waterworks at Leeds, 1694. W. B. Crump. XXXVII, 166
  What was the relationship between élite culture and power in the town of Leeds from 1760 to 1820? Sue Cottam. 2nd ser. 14, 18
  Charles Henry Wilson: the man who was Leeds. W. R. Meyer. 2nd ser. 8, 78
  Working men's cottages in Leeds, 1770-1840. W. G. Rimmer. XLVI, 169
  Yorkshire towns in the late fourteenth century. R. B. Dobson. LIX, 1
Leeds Annals
  More Annals of Leeds 1880-1920. William Benn. 2nd ser. 15.
Leeds and District
Leeds and District Potteries, XXIV, 277
---------- Wills, XXII, 84, 235; XXIV,39, 304
Leeds Antislavery Association
Wilson Armistead and the Leeds Antislavery Movement. I. E. Goodyear. LIV, 113
Leeds Association of Girls’ Clubs
‘Hours of Distraction and Cheerful Companionship’:Leeds Association of Girls’ Clubs and the Girls’ Clubs Era (1904-1944). Helen M. F. Jones. 2nd ser. 24, 87.
Leeds, Borough
see: Leeds, Manor and Borough
Leeds: Black Death
Surprising Survivors of the Black Death in Leeds. J. Dixon. 2nd ser. 20, 13.
Leeds Burial Grounds
The Burial Ground Problem in Leeds c1700-1914. Jim Morgan. 2nd ser. 23.
Leeds Charity School
The Charity School, the Church and the Corporation: aspects of educational provision for the poor in eighteenth-century Leeds. Carole P. Johnston. 2nd ser. 3, 1
Leeds Churches:
Holy Trinity Holy Trinity, Register, 1724-1812. Ed, Gt D, Lumb. XXIII, XXIX
St. John's Church of St. John the Evangelist, Woodwork (I11.). J. E. Stocks. XXIV, 190
  St. John's. Consecration of. J. E. Stocks, XXIV, 190
  St. John's. Hunter's Church Notes. II, 33
  St. John's. Monuments in. G, D. L[umb]. XXXIII, 306
  St. John's, Monumental Inscriptions in Churchyard. G, D. L[umb]. XXXIII, 317
  St. John's, Register, 1724-1812, Ed, G, D, Lumb. XXIII, XXIX
  St. John's Trustees' Account Book, 1660-1766. G. D. Lumb, XXIV, 379
St. Paul's St. Paul's, Burials at, 1790-1865, XV, 56
St. Peter's St. Peter's (Parish Church): Hunter's Church Notes, II, 26
  St. Peter's Inscriptions in Churchyard, II, 165, 170
XXIV, 256
XXVI, 41
  St. Peter's Inscriptions upon Monuments, 1699, II, 162
  St. Peter's, Register, 1572-1776. Ed. S, Margerison, G. D. Lumb, J. Singleton and Emily Hargrave. I, III, VII, X, XIII, XX, XXV
  The Monuments of the Parish Church of St Peter-at-Leeds. Margaret Pullan. 2nd ser. 17
St Saviour's
  St Saviour's Church, Leeds, and the Oxford Movement. R.Yates  2nd ser. 19, 1
Leeds Church Extension Society
  A Hundred and Fifty Years of the Leeds Church Extension Society. Roy Yates. 2nd ser. 24, 69.
Leeds, City of Leeds School
David Forsyth and the City of Leeds School. E. W. Jenkins. 2nd ser. 1, 75
Leeds, City Square
City Square and Colonel Harding. G. Black. LIV, 106
See also Testamenta Leodiensia
Leeds Corporation
  Leeds Corporation, Court Books of: First Book, 1662-1705. Transc, J. G. Clark, XXXIV
  Leeds Corporation, Letter to, re Birth of Young Pretender, 1688. XXVIII, 444
  The Corporation of Leeds in the eighteenth century. R. G. Wilson. LIV, 262
  The early years of Leeds Corporation. G. C. F. Forster. LIV, 251
  The Leeds Corporation, c.1820-c.1850. D. Fraser. LIV, 272
Leeds Crosses
  Leeds Crosses (illustrated). W. G. Collingwood. XXII, 267
Leeds Eye Dispensary.
The Leeds Eye Dispensary. G. Black. LIV, 99
Leeds Girls' High School
Leeds Grammar School, the Charity Commissioners and the education of girls, 1870-1901. E. W. Jenkins. 2nd ser. 4, 98
Leeds Grammar School
Leeds Grammar School, the Charity Commissioners and the education of girls, 1870-1901. E. W. Jenkins. 2nd ser. 4, 98
Leeds, Holy Trinity Church
Holy Trinity Church in the history of Leeds, 1727-1977. G. C. F. Forster. LIV, 281
Leeds Intelligencer
Leeds Intelligencer, 1754-1866. Introductory account, F. Beckwith. XL, i-lxi
--------------------- 1769-1776, 1777-1782, Extracts from. G. D. Lumb. XXXVIII
--------------------- G. D. Lumb and J. B. Place. XL
--------------------- G. D, Lumb. XLIV
  --------------------- Extracts from. 1754-68, C S. Rooke,
IV, 226
  --------------------- 1755-63, G. D, Lumb, XXVIII, 65
  --------------------- 1763-67, G, D. Lumb, XXXIII, 156
  --------------------- 1769-1776, G, D, Lumb, XXXVIII
Leeds in the Seventeenth/Eighteenth century
  The Memoranda Book of John Lucas 1712-1750. Jonathan Oates (ed.) 2nd ser. 16.
  Leeds in the Seventeenth and Early Eighteenth Century. Centenary Edition Miscellany.

LXIV
Leeds in the Twentieth century history
  Whose Time and Whose Place: Searching for the History of 20th Century Leeds. R.J.Morris 2nd ser. 18, 1
Leeds Library,
Leeds Library, Beginnings of. F. Beckwith. XXXVII, 145
Leeds Manor
  Josiah Fearn: A Villainous Lord of the Manor of Leeds. Margaret Pullan. 2nd ser. 24, 41
  Leeds Manor Book, 1684-1741, Observations out of the. IV, 278
  Leeds Manor House and Park. G. D. Lumb. XXIV, 399
  Leeds Manor Rental in 1425. W. T. Lancaster, XXIV, 6
  Leeds Manor Rolls, 1650-1666. IX, 63
  Leeds Manor Survey of 1341 See Chapter House Records, XXXIII, 83
  Leeds Manor Survey of 1612, H. T. Kelsey,
XI, 369
  ------------------------------ J. Singleton, XXIV, 336
  ------------------------------ W. P. Baildon, XXXIV, 341
Leeds, Manor and Borough
Leeds manor house: the development and changing function of a central site. Steven Burt. 2nd ser. 5, 1
The Manor and Borough of Leeds, 1425-1662: an edition of documents, ed. by J. W. Kirby. LVII
Leeds, Mechanics Institution
The rise of James Kitson: Trades Union and Mechanics' Institution, Leeds, 1826-1851. R. J. Morris. LIII, 179
Leeds Mercury
Leeds Mercury 1721-51, 1769-1770, Extracts from. G. D. Lumb.
XXII, 185; XXIV, 67; XXVI, 64; XXVIII, 65; XXXVIII
             1769-1776, 1777-1782. Extracts from. G. D. Lumb, XXXVIII
             G. D. Lumb and J. B. Place, XL
Leeds Moral and Industrial Training School
The evolution of St. James's, 1845-94: Leeds Moral and Industrial Training School, Leeds Union Workhouse and Leeds Union Infirmary. Pamela M. Pennock. LIX, 129
Leeds, parish
Addenda to Vol. XXV (Leeds Parish Register 1757-76). LIV, 164
Anglican Resurgence under W. F. Hook in early Victorian Leeds. Church Life in a Nonconformist Town 1836-1851. Harry W. Dalton. 2nd ser. 12
The Leeds churchwardens, 1828-1850. D. Fraser. LIII, 1
Tithes and tithe-holders in the parish of Leeds from the Dissolution to the Restoration. Richard T. Spence. LXIII, 1
Walter Farquhar Hook, Vicar of Leeds: his work for the Church and the town, 1837-1848. H. W. Dalton. LXIII, 27
Leeds Public Dispensary
'An Institution of Great Utility': Leeds Public Dispensary, the early years, 1824-1867. Audrey L. Kent.
2nd ser. 11, 44.
The Leeds Public Dispensary. S. T. Anning LIV, 130
Leeds Rational Recreation Society
The Leeds Rational Recreation Society, 1852-9: 'Music for the People' in a mid-Victorian city. D. Russell. LVI, 137
Leeds, St. James's Hospital
The evolution of St. James's, 1845-94: Leeds Moral and Industrial Training School, Leeds Union Workhouse and Leeds Union Infirmary. Pamela M. Pennock. LIX, 129
Leeds Savage Club
The Leeds Savage Club and its origins. G. Black. LIV, 298
Leeds School Board
Sir George Cockburn, 1848-1927. Arthur Elton. 2nd ser. 3, 81
Leeds, schools
The great exodus: the evacuation of Leeds schoolchildren, 1939-1945. R. C. Boud. 2nd ser. 10, 41
Sunday schools in Leeds: Church associations for children and young people, Leeds 1836-1851. Harry W. Dalton. 2nd ser. 14, 67
Leeds Steam Carriage Company
Leeds Steam Carriage Company. XXXVII, 132
Leeds Union Infirmary
The evolution of St. James's, 1845-94: Leeds Moral and Industrial Training School, Leeds Union Workhouse and Leeds Union Infirmary. Pamela M. Pennock. LIX, 129
Leeds Union Workhouse
The evolution of St. James's, 1845-94: Leeds Moral and Industrial Training School, Leeds Union Workhouse and Leeds Union Infirmary. Pamela M. Pennock. LIX, 129
Leeds University
see Yorkshire College, Leeds.
Leeds Waits
The Leeds Waits: official town musicians and peripatetic entertainers for over three centuries.  A.Radford 2nd ser. 19, 59
Leeds Workhouse
The Leeds workhouse under the Old Poor Law: 1726-1834. P. Anderson. LVI, 75
Leventhorpe and Cromwellbottom
Leventhorpe and Cromwellbottom, Lacy of. C. T, Clay. XXVIII, 468
Libraries
The adoption of the Public Libraries Act in Leeds, 1861-1868. Mark Shipway. 2nd ser. 8, 47.
Local Worthies and Genealogy
Local Worthies and Genealogy.
See also
Beeston, Copley, Denison, Ellis, Falshaw, Graveley, Green, Harrison, Jackson, Lacy, Maude, Nalson, Shilleto, Smeaton, Wridlesford or Woodlesford
II, 51
Lotherton Chapel
Lotherton Chapel G. E. Kirk, XXVI, 113
Lucas, John
The Memoranda Book of John Lucas 1712-1750. Jonathan Oates (ed.) 2nd ser. 16.
Lumb, George Denison
Lumb, George Denison, F.S.A. XXXVII, 199
M
Mangy's (Arthur) Trial at York for Counterfeiting
Mangy's (Arthur) Trial at York for Counterfeiting, 1696. C. M. Atkinson. IX, 207
Manor and Park of Roundhay
Manor and Park of Roundhay (illustrated). J.W. Morkill II, 215
Manor Book (Leeds)
Manor Book (Leeds), 1684-1741, Observations out of the. IX, 278
Manor Court of Leeds
Manor Court of Leeds, Kirkgate-cum-Holbeck, 1666-71. W. T. Lancaster, XXVI, 129
Manor of Leeds
Manor of Leeds, See Leeds Manor
Manor of Thorner
Manor of Thorner. Fourteenth-Century Court Rolls, XV, 153
Manor Rolls
Manor Rolls (Leeds). 1650-1666, Abstract of the,
IX, 63
------ ---- (Methley). See XXXV
Manorial System and Copyhold Tenure
Manorial System and Copyhold Tenure. G. G. Alexander, XXXIII, 283
Maps and Plans
Bardsey and District, IV, 60
Barwick-in-Elmet, Earthworks, XVII, facing p. 19
---- Church, XVII, facing p. 40
---- Parish and Neighbourhood, from 1 in. O.S. At end of vol. XVII
Bolton Priory, Coloured plan by S. D. Kitson. XXX (pocket)
Calverley, Survey of the Manor of, belonging to Thos. Thornhill, Esq, made c. 1755-1760. VI (Introduction)
Dunningley and District, from 6 in. O.S. XXVIII, 358
Kirkstall Abbey (1) Plan of precinct, based on O.S. XVI, after p. viii
---------------- (2) Coloured plan by John Bilson. XVI (pocket)
---------------- (3) Kirkstall and other Abbey plans, British and foreign, compared, XVI, after p. 84
Leeds in Prehistoric Times--Map of Prehistoric Route, etc, XI, 217
----, Earliest Plan, in Law-suit of 1560. IX, 2
----, New and exact Plan of, by John Cossins, c. 1725. IX, 204
----, Plan of, from Jefferys' Map of Yorkshire, 1771. IX, 204-5
----, Map of Parish of, by John Tuke, 178L XV, 46
----, Plan of, published by John Heaton, 1806, XI, 130
----, Plan of, by Netlam and Francis Giles, 1815. XI, 281
----, Printed maps and plans of Leeds, 1711-1900. K. J. Bonser and H. Nichols. XLVII
----, Map of, and District, by Joshua Thorp, 1819-1821. XV, 152
----, East Bar and surroundings, XXV, facing p. 171
----, Music Hall, XXVIII, 352
----, Park Mills, in 1806 XXXII, 256
----, ---- ----,   in 1847 XXXII, 264
----, ---- ----, Bean Ing and Drony Laith. XXXII, 264-5
Lotherton Chapel, XXVI, 124
Mashamshire, 1607. XXXVII, facing p. 8
Methley and District, from 6 in. O.S, 1908. XXXV, facing p. 1
---- - Church in 1921, by S, D, Kitson. XXXV, facing p. 31
---- Manor, by W. Crosley, 1780, XXXV, after p. 130
Roundhay, II, 215
Templethorpe Farm, Plan of Old Buildings at. XV, 174
Turner, J. M. W.: Map of his wanderings in Yorkshire, XXVI, 221
Market Cross
Market Cross, Hooton Pagnell and its, XV, 26
Markets
Profit, property interests, and public spirit: the provision of markets in Leeds, 1822-29. K. Grady. LIV, 165
Maryland
Christopher Wilkinson of Leeds and Maryland. R. J. Wood. LIV, 51
Masham
Masham. Christopher Danby of Masham and Farnley. C. Whone. XXXVII, 1
Mattison, Alfred.
Mattison, Alfred. W. B. Crump. XXXVII, 366
Maudes
Maudes of Ilkley, Hollinghall, Brandon, Helthwaite Hill, etc. W. Paley Baildon.
XXIV, 137
Maudes of Killinghall, Some Correspondence of. W. Paley Baildon, XXIV, 110
Meanwood
Edward Oates and the making of the lost American garden at Meanwoodside, 1834-1864. Colin Treen. 2nd ser. 5, 67
Meanwood Hall See Denison family
Merchants
Merchants. Yorkshire cloth traders in the United States, 1770-1840. H, Heaton. XXXVII, 225.
Methley
Methley Churchwardens' Accounts, 1681-1705, H, Armstrong Hall XI, 262
----, History of, Ed. H, S. Darbyshire and G. D. Lumb. XXXV
---- Parish Register, 1560-1812. Ed. G, D. Lumb, XII
----, Rector, A. See Timothy Bright, XV, 30
Methley Hall
Methley Hall and its builders, W. B. Crump. XXXVII, 313
Middleton
Waggonways and staiths: the impact of the Middleton Colliery on the township of Hunslet, c. 1750-1850. C. May. 2nd ser. 3, 38
Miers, John
Miers, John, the Profilist G, D, Lumb, XXIV, 345; XXXIII, 154
Mill Hill Chapel
Mill Hill Chapel, Leeds, First Minister of. G, D. Lumb XI, 321
Monck, William Stanley (1822-1847)
Typhus, Two Windows and a Gold Chain. G. Figures. 2nd ser. 20, 75.
Moravians
The Moravian Settlement at Fulneck, 1742-1790. Geoffrey Stead. 2nd ser. 9
Mosses at Chapel Allerton
Mosses at Chapel Allerton, Petition relating to, XV, 274
Music
The Leeds Rational Recreation Society, 1852-9: 'Music for the People' in a mid-Victorian city. D. Russell. LVI, 137
The Leeds Waits: Official Town musicians and Peripatetic Entertainers for over Three Centuries. A. Radford. 2nd ser. 19, 59.
Percy Alfred Scholes (1877-1958): music critic, educator and encyclopaedist. P. S. Morrish. 2nd ser. 13, 46
A Yorkshire music critic (Herbert Thompson) in Germany and Austria in 1889. P. S. Morrish. LIV, 333
Musters
Musters in Claro Wapentake, 1535, W. Paley Baildon. XV, 111
---- in Skyrack Wapentake, 1539 (Hen. VIII). W. Paley Baildon. IV, 215; IX, 99, 299
----, Notes on. IX, 305
N
Nalson
Nalson Family of Altofts and Methley, G. D, Lumb. XXIV, 368
 
New Wortley
A Victorian city mission: the Unitarian contribution to social progress in Holbeck and New Wortley, 1844-78. E. A. Elton. LIV, 316
Newspapers
Edward Baines, editor: great man, great liar? The press assessment. David Thornton. 2nd ser. 14, 37
see also Leeds Intelligencer and Leeds Mercury  
North Eastern Railway
The Leeds North Eastern Railway extension, 1863-1869. Keith R. Wark. 2nd ser. 11, 2
Northumbria
Northumbria after the departure of the Roman Forces. H. E, Savage. XXII, 1
O
Oates, Edward
Edward Oates and the making of the lost American garden at Meanwoodside, 1834-1864. Colin Treen. 2nd ser. 5, 67
Oakwell Hall
Oakwell Hall, Birstall. See Birstall.
Oastler, Richard
The Notebooks of Robert Pounder(1811-1857). Ann Alexander (ed.) 2nd ser. 25.
Otley
Otley Wills, 1553-1661. See Testamenta Leodiensia. XXVII
Otley, Two rentals of the manor of. G. E. Kirk. XXXVII, 202
Oxford Movement
Leeds and the Oxford Movement. Nigel Yates. LV
St Saviour’s Church, Leeds, and the Oxford Movement. R. Yates. 2nd ser. 19, 1.
P
Panipocalia
Panipocalia (? near Bardsey). N. Bodington, IV, 60
Parkes, Sarah Mayo
The journals of Sarah Mayo Parkes, 1815 and 1818, ed. by Pauline Litton. 2nd ser. 13, 1
Parks
Episodes in the history of Golden Acre. Tony Shelton. 2nd ser. 11, 19
Paulinas de Leeds
Paulinas de Leeds. R. Holmes, IV, 209
Pawson
Pawson Inventory and Pedigree, C. B, Norcliffe, IV, 163
Pawson, Albert Henry, Papers Written for his Children by Albert Henry Pawson1850-1935. D.Thornton (ed.)  2nd ser. 18, 41
Pedigrees--
Asolf, Essolf or Essulf, Family of. IX, 23
Calverley of Calverley. VI
Copley and Talvas, XXVI, 371
---- of Batley, Oxenhope and Farnhill, etc. XXVIII, facing195
Danby, Christopher of Masham and Farnley. XXXVII, 2
Denison of Great Woodhouse, Leeds, XV, 252; XVII, facing 237
Ellis of Kiddall Hall (par. Barwick-in-Elmet). II, 57, XVII, facing 260
Falshaw of Leeds. II, 51
Forz, de, Aveline, and descendants, XXIV, facing 244
Gascoigne of Lasingcroft, Barnbow and Parlington. XVII, facing 162
------, Captain Clifton Charles Orby (Descent), XVII, facing 173
----, Richard Oliver (Descent), XVII, 176
------, Colonel Trench (Descent), XVII, facing 177
Gott, XXXII, facing 167
Grammary of Becca. XVII, facing 298
Graveley of Halton (par. Whitkirk), II, 54
Grenefeld of Barnbow (par. Barwick-in-Elmet), XVII, facing 177
Hall family of Stumperlow and Leeds. S. Brooke XLI, 309
Harrison, XXXIII, 107
Hungate of Huddleston. XVII, 174
Jackson of Leeds, XXVI, 9
Lacy of Cromwellbottom and Leventhorpe. XXVIII, 471
Lacy, De. XVII, 108
Lasingcroft, De. XVII, 215
Leathley or Lelay, of Leathley. XI, 3
Maude of Ilkley, Hollinghall, Brandon, etc. XXIV, facing 188
Paganel, William, of Leeds, IV, 209
Pawson of Leeds, IV, 168
Pigott of Gomersal. XXVI, 29
Sagar-Musgrave, of Bramley and Red Hall, II, 248
Saxton of Dunningley, XXVIII, facing 372
Shilletos, The, of the West Riding, XXVI, 282
Smeaton of Ansthorpe Lodge (par. Whitkirk). II, 53
Swillingtons of Swillington, XV, 192
Talvas, see Copley
Walcote, De. XVII, 215
Waterton of Waterton, Descent of, XV, 95
Waterton, Robert, to the Act of Partition, XV, 96
Wilkinson of Potterton Hall (par. Barwick-in-Elmet). XVII, 237
Pemberton, Harry
Pemberton, Harry, XLVI, 271
Pendavid Bitterzwigg
Pendavid Bitterzwigg, Poems of: A Satire, XXII, 68
              Will XXII, 80
“Pendavid Bitterzwigg”, John Berkenhout. F. Beckwith XLI, 283
Pension Moneys
Pension Moneys (A Thoresby MS.). II, 153
Pickering, Captain John,
Pickering, Captain John, Note-book of, 1656-60, XI, 69;
XV, 71, 277
People, The
The People, Joseph Barker and. M. Brook XLVI, 331
Piers, Henry
Piers, Henry, Letter from, to Rev. John Killingbeck, 1710, XXVIII, 449
Pious Uses
Pious Uses, Receipts and Payments by the Committee for. XXII, 381
Place-Names
Place-Names of the West Riding of Yorkshire. K W. Moorman, XVIII
Places within the Town and Parish [of Leeds]
Places within the Town and Parish [of Leeds] mentioned in the old Registers (A Thoresby MS.), II, 158
Plans. See Maps and Plans
Plaxton, Rev. George
Plaxton, Rev. George, letters of. Miss E. M. Walker,
XXXVII, 30
------ ----, Letter written by, 1716. XXVI, 168
Poems of 'Pendavid Bitterzwigg'
Poems of 'Pendavid Bitterzwigg': A Satire, XXII, 58
Politics
The Leeds elections of 1834 and 1835: a psephological analysis. J. Morgan. 2nd ser. 13, 73
The politics of Leeds water. D. Fraser. LIII, 50
William Aldam, backbench MP for Leeds, 1841-1847: national issues versus local interests. D. G. Paz. 2nd ser. 8, 17
Pontefract Castle
Pontefract Castle, Picture of, c. 1620. A. S. Ellis. XXIV, 1
------ Fifteenth-Century Rental (1424). G. D. Lumb. XXVI, 253
------, Third Siege, 1648 (Thoresby MS.), XXVIII, 434
------ Wills, Early. R. B. Cook, XXVI, 172, 311
Pontefract Priory
Pontefract Priory, Excavations 1957-1961 XLIX
Pontefract Wills
Pontefract Wills, 1563-1561, See Testamenta Leodiensia, XXVII
Poor Law
The evolution of St James's, 1845-94: Leeds Moral and Industrial Training School, Leeds Union Workhouse and Leeds Union Infirmary. Pamela M. Pennock. LIX, 129
Famine, Typhus and the Poor Law: Irish Families in Leeds. H. Kennally. 2nd ser. 20, 57.
The Leeds workhouse under the Old Poor Law: 1726-1834. P. Anderson. LVI, 75
Poor Law politics in Leeds, 1833-1855. D. Fraser. LIII, 23
Postal history of Leeds
Postal history of Leeds. H. C. Versey.
L, 181
Potterton.
Potterton. See Barwick-in-Elmet. XVII, Ch, 13
Pottery, medieval See Excavations.
Potts, William
William Potts of Leeds, clockmaker. Michael S. Potts. 2nd ser. 13, 25.
Pounder, Robert
The Notebooks of Robert Pounder(1811-1857). Ann Alexander (ed.) 2nd ser. 25.
Pudsey
Textile communities in the making: Pudsey and its neighbourhood, 1700-1840. Ruth Strong. 2nd ser. 5, 27
Q
Quakers
Joseph Tatham's School, Leeds. Jean E. Mortimer. 2nd ser. 1, 1
Leeds Quaker Meeting. W. Allott. L, 1
Thoresby's 'poor deluded Quakers': the sufferings of Leeds Friends in the seventeenth century. Jean E. Mortimer. 2nd ser. 1, 35
R
Radicalism
Joseph Barker and the Radical cause, 1848-1851. Stephen Roberts. 2nd ser. 1, 59
Railways
The Leeds North Eastern Railway extension, 1863-1869. Keith R. Wark. 2nd ser. 11, 2
Reame Family
Reame Family, Notes on the, T. Marshall IV, 65
Red Hall, Shadwell
Red Hall, Shadwell (illustrated). J. W. Morkill. II, 247
Registers
Register of Aberford, 1540-1812. XXXVI
----, Adel. 1600, XXII, 107;
----, ----,  1606-1812, V
---- , Leeds Parish, 1572-1776. See Leeds Churches, St. Peter's
----, ----- Chapelries. See Leeds Chapelries Register
---- Methley, 1560-1812, Ed. G. D. Lumb. XII
---- Whitkirk, 1600-1601 XXII, 103
Rents
Rental of Barwick and Scholes in 1424. XXVIII, 238
---- Leeds in 1425. XXIV, 6
----- Pontefract in 1424, XXVI, 253
------ Temple Newsam in 1507. XXXIII, 61
---- Whitkirk in 1523. XXXIII, 71
Rents belonging to the Poor of Leeds, XXII, 363
Return
Return made by the Leeds Commissioners to the Archbishop of York, 1716. R. J. Wood, XXVI, 161
Ripon, diocese
Leeds and dismemberment of the diocese of Ripon. P. S. Morrish. 2nd ser. 4, 62
River Aire
River Aire, Survey of, from Leeds to Weeland, 1699. IX, 193
Robert the Dyer
Robert the Dyer – the First Leeds Businessman? J.M.Collinson  2nd ser. 18, 88
Rockinghams
Rockinghams and Yorkshire politics, 1742-1761. C. Collyer XLI, 352
Rogerson, Joseph
Rogerson, Joseph, Diary of, 1808-14. Ed. Emily Hargrave and W, B. Crump, XXXII
Roman Altar at Castleford
Roman Altar at Castleford, Notes on a. N. Bodington. IV. 79
Roman Coins
Roman Coins. A Local Find: the Stanley hoard (ill.). Aquila Dodgson. XV, 103
Roman Coins found in District around Leeds, Aquila Dodgson and others, XXII, 49
Roman Coins in Leeds: The Bramley hoard (ill.). T. Pickersgill. XXII, 41
Roman Milestone found at Castleford
Roman Milestone found at Castleford. F. Haverfield, IX, 97
Rothwell
Rothwell, A Fifteenth-century Rental of, W. T. Lancaster, XXIV, 281
---- Parish Wills. R. B. Cook, XXXIII, 22
Roundhay
Roundhay, Manor and Park of, J. W. Morkill II, 215
Royal Heraldic Supporters
Royal Heraldic Supporters, N, C. Scateherd. XXXIII, 459
S
Sagar-Musgrave
Sagar-Musgrave, Arms of, and Pedigree, II, 248
Saxton, Christopher
Saxton, Christopher, of Dunningley. Sir George Fordham. XXVIII, 357, 491
Saxton Parish
Saxton Parish, Wills of. R. B. Cook, XXXIII, 22
Scholes, Percy Alfred
Percy Alfred Scholes (1877-1958): music critic, educator and encyclopaedist. P. S. Morrish. 2nd ser. 13, 46.
Scholes and Barwick-in-Elmet
Scholes and Barwick-in-Elmet, Fifteenth-century Rental of. W. T, Lancaster, XXVIII, 238
Seals--
Elys, Nicholas, Alderman, of Hull, 1470. XVII, 261
----, Thomas, of Barwick-in-Elmet, 1370. XVII, 261
Fleming, Richard, clericus, XV, following 84
Halifax, Seals of the Corporate Bodies of II, 111, 112
Kirkstall Abbey, and three of the Abbots II, 17, 18
Lacy, Ilbert de, II, 18
Lancaster, Duchy of, 1411 (Henry IV). XV, 84
Lelay, Robert de. XI, 2
Mareschal, Richard--Affixed to a Charter relating to Possessions of Kirkstall Abbey in Allerton, c. 1260. IV, 42
Redvers, Margaret de. Affixed to a Charter of Arthington Nunnery, between 1237 and 1251. XXII, 123
Waterton, John and Robert, XV, 85
Seals on Charters relating to Kirkstall Abbey
Seals on Charters relating to Kirkstall Abbey, Brief Notes on. IV, 114
Selby Abbey,
Selby Abbey, Washington Shield at. W.B.B.Turner, XXVIII, 181
Servants
Domestic servants in Leeds and its neighbourhood in the eighteenth century. Keith R. Wark. 2nd ser. 8, 1
Sherburn-in-Elmet
Sherburn-in-Elmet Wills. XXXIII, 33
Shilletos of the West Riding
Shilletos of the West Riding. R. J. Shilleto. XXVI, 282
Skelton, Dr. John,
Skelton, Dr. John, His Prescriptions to Thoresby, 1695. XXVIII, 457
Skyrack Wapentake
Skyrack Wapentake, Dodsworth's Notes on the.

II, 115
         Hearth Tax, 1672. II, 180; IV, 17
         Lay Subsidy (1545) IX, 126
         "            "     (1545-6) IX, 153
         "            "     (1598) XV, 38
Musters in (1539), Hen. VIII. IV, 245;
IX, 99, 299
Subsidy Rolls of, (1610) XXII, 108
      "           "       (1621) II, 62
      "           "       (1627) II, 74
      "           "       (1629) XXII, 116
       Two Subsidy Rolls of, temp. Edw. III. II, 85
Smeaton, John
John Smeaton. C. A. Lupton. LIII, 217
Smeaton, John, F.R.S. (with Pedigree), II, 33
Sorocold
Sorocold's waterworks at Leeds, 1694. W. B. Crump, XXXVII, 166
Spurr, Robert
The autobiography of Robert Spurr. R. J. Owen. LIV, 61
Stank Hall, Beeston
Stank Hall barn, Leeds, ed. by H. E. J. Le Patourel. LIV, 237
Stretton, Rev. Richard
Stretton, Rev. Richard, Life and Funeral Sermon of. XI, 321
Stourton Lodge
Stourton Lodge, 1776 to April 1965. A, Lonsdale. L, 86
Stumperlow, Hall family
Stumperlow, Hall family, S. Brooke. XLI, 309
Subsidy, Leeds Borough
Subsidy, Leeds Borough, 1596-7. II, 22
Subsidy Rolls
Subsidy Rolls. See Agbrigg and Skyrack
Survey of the Manor of Leeds
Survey of the Manor of Leeds, 1612. H. T. Kelsey, XI, 369
         "            "      J. Singleton with notes by W. P. Baildon, XXIV, 336, 341
Survey of the River Aire
Survey of the River Aire from Leeds to Weeland, 1699. IX, 193
Swillington Parish,
Swillington Parish, Wills of, R, B. Cook, XXXIII, 22
Swillingtons
Swillingtons of Swillington (with Pedigree). Rev. Canon Beanlands, XV, 185
Sykes, The Ven. Edmund
The Venerable Edmund Sykes of Leeds. Revd G. Bradley and A. Lonsdale. LIII, 167
T
Tatham, Joseph
Joseph Tatham's School, Leeds. Jean E. Mortimer. 2nd ser. 1, 1
Taylor, Thomas
Taylor, Thomas, Regency architect, Leeds. F. Beckwith, Monograph I
Temple Newsam,
Temple Newsam, Discovery of Ancient Foundations and Human Remains. W. Braithwaite. XV, 174
                           Manor Courts, Wills, Inventories and Bonds, 1612-1701. G. E. Kirk, XXXIII, 241
                           Manor, Sixteenth-Century Rental of. G. E. Kirk, XXXIII, 61
Testamenta Leodiensia.
Testamenta Leodiensia. Wm. Brigg. II, 98, 205; IV, 1, 139
         "            "              G. D. Lumb. IX, 81, 161. 246; XI, 37, 289; XV, 10; xix; xxvii.
See also Wills
Textiles
Early textile engineers in Leeds, 1780-1850. Gillian Cookson. 2nd ser. 4, 40
"Fair befall the Flax Field": aspects of the history of the Boyle family and their flax business. M. B. Boyle. LVI, 1
Textile communities in the making: Pudsey and its neighbourhood, 1700-1840. Ruth Strong. 2nd ser. 5, 27
"Tricks of the Trade": Facts and Fiction concerning the Yorkshire Textile Industry. Herbert Heaton. XXII, 347
Theatre
The theatre in Hunslet Lane, I and II. J. Copley. LIV, 65, 196
Thompson, Herbert
A Yorkshire music critic (Herbert Thompson) in Germany and Austria in 1889. P. S. Morrish. LIV, 333
Thoresby
Jeremiah, Bankruptcy Proceedings, 1701. XXVIII, 447
John, G. D. L[umb], XXII, 55
Joseph, Captain, Arrears of Pay due to. XXVIII, 433
Ralph, Letter of Introduction of, to Dr. Hook, 1701, XXVIII, 448
   a Merchant Adventurer, 1684, XXVIII, 441
   as historian. J. J. Saunders XLI, 213
   Checklist of the correspondence of. H. W. Jones XLVI, 36
   Diary and correspondence. W. Hebditch XLI, 98
   Dr. John Skelton's Prescriptions to, 1695. XXVIII, 457
   Letter to Rev. Thos. Baker from, 1712, XXVIII, 461
   Letter to Bishop Kennet from, 1724, XXVIII, 460 ,
   Letters Addressed to. Ed. W. T. Lancaster, XXI ,
   Manuscript. Ed. G. D. Lumb, II, 152
   Notes by, on Mills and Adel Camp, XXVIII, 456
   Some Unpublished Letters of. Emily Hargrave. XXVI, 372
   Thoresby's Addenda and Corrigenda to the Vicaria Leodiensia. II, 178
   Thoresby's Diary, 1701--Journey to London, XXVIII, 449
   Thoresby's House to be used for Religious Assemblies, 1689, XXVIII, 444
   Thoresby's Pedigree, Notes on. A. S. Ellis, IX, 112
   Thoresby's Will, Probate of. II, 149
   A Celebration of Ralph Thoresby. (Collection of Articles). The Society’s Ducatus Tercentenary publication
2015, Vol. 1
   Ralph Thoresby’s Review of his Life, 1658-1714. Peter Meredith (ed.) The Society’s Ducatus Tercentenary publication 2015, Vol. 2
   York Dean and Chapter Library, MS.Add.770, a Franciscan Volume once owned by Ralph Thoresby. M. Robson. 2nd ser. 20, 23
Thoresby and Brigg Families
   Thoresby and Brigg Families, Counsel's Opinion, 1686, relating to Property of. G. Glover Alexander, XXVIII, 405
Thoresby Society
   Founders, E.Kitson Clark XXXVII, 189
   Jubilee Review, 1889-1939. W. B. Crump XXXVII, 183
   Library, G. E. Kirk XLI, 259
   The Medieval Age and the Present, R.Offor XLI, 89
   Publications: Jubilee index to vols I-XXXVIII Supplement
to XXXVII
   Publications: Index to vols. XXXVII-LI, by Mrs G. C. Forster L,
supplement
   The Thoresby Collection. P.Meredith  2nd ser. 18, 101
Appreciations on retirement:  
   Mrs R. Stephens, 1972-2001, Mrs J. W. Kirby, 1981-2001, Hon. Editors. 2nd. ser. 11, 1
   Mrs J. Mary D. Forster, 1960-2002, Hon. Librarian. 2nd ser. 12, xiii.
Obituaries:
   Frank Beckwith (1904-1977). LVI, 196.
   George W. Black, MB, BS, FRCS (1903-1987). LXIII, 91.
   Kenneth John Bonser (1892-1976). LVI, 72.
   Stanley H. Burton, MA (1914-1991). 2nd. ser. 3, 105.
   Eric Lord Empsall (1910-2001). 2nd ser. 13, 91.
   Jantje Elisabeth Uytenhoudt Exwood (1936-1983). LIX, 120.
   Amy G. Foster, BA (1905-1991). 2nd ser. 3, 106.
   Douglas Keighley (1928-1981). LIX, 122.
   His Honour Judge Allister Lonsdale (1926-1977). LIV, 348.
   Charles Athelstane Lupton (1897-1977). LVI, 72.
   Joyce North Pogson (1915-1999). 2nd ser. 10, 157
   Michael Sykes, ARIBA (1932-1996). 2nd ser. 8, 97
   Frank Lucas Warburton (1907-1980). LIX, 124.
   David Metcalf Watson (1921-2002). 2nd ser. 13, 93.
   Geoffrey Woledge, BA, ALA (1901-1988). LXIII, 93.
   Canon R. J. Wood (1885-1975). LIV, 247.
   Derek Linstrum (1925-2009). 2nd ser. 20, 119.
Thorner, Court Rolls of the Manor of.
Thorner, Court Rolls of the Manor of. XV, 153
---- Wills, R, R Cook, XXXIII, 48
Thorp Arch
Thorp Arch Hall, 1749-1756: 'dabling a little in Mortar'. Brett Harrison. 2nd ser. 4, 1.
Thorp's Map of Leeds and District
Thorp's Map of Leeds and District, 1819-1821. XV, 207
Thorpe, Baron,
Thorpe, Baron, Letters from John Harrison and Francis Layton respecting, 1650. XXVIII, 462
Thursby Family
The Thursby Manuscripts: an Account of a Journey by a Leeds man to Lisbon and Oporto in1755-56…and other related Thursby family material. P. Meredith. 2nd ser. 21.
Trade Unions
The rise of James Kitson: Trades Union and Mechanics Institution, Leeds, 1826-1851. R. J. Morris. LIII, 179.
Trial at York for Counterfeiting
Trial at York for Counterfeiting, 1696. IX, 207
Tricks of the Trade
"Tricks of the Trade": Facts and Fiction concerning the Yorkshire Textile Industry. Herbert Heaton. XXII, 347
Turberville
Turberville, A.S. XXXVII, 332
Turner, J, M, W
Turner, J, M, W. in Yorkshire: His wanderings and sketches (I11.). H, E. Wroot. XXVI, 221
Typhus
Famine, Typhus and the Poor Law: Irish Families in Leeds. H. Kennally. 2nd ser. 20, 57.
Typhus, Two Windows and a Gold Chain. G. Figures. 2nd ser. 20, 75.
U
Unitarianism
A Victorian city mission: the Unitarian contribution to social progress in Holbeck and New Wortley, 1844-78. E. A. Elton. LIV, 316
V
Vavasour, William
William Vavasour: the squire of Weston, 1798-1833. M. Creaser. LVI, 159.
Volunteers, Leeds
Volunteers, Leeds. Emily Hargrave. XXIV, 451;
XXVIII, 255 ff.
W
Wakefield Wills,
Wakefield Wills, 1553-1561. Ed. G, D. Lumb. XXVII
Wales, Elkanah
Wales, Elkanah, Letter to, from Thoresby, 1667, XXVIII, 440
Warburton's Map of Yorkshire
Warburton's Map of Yorkshire, 1720, Genesis of. W. B. Crump, XXVIII, 385
Washington Shield
Washington Shield in Selby Abbey, W, B. B. Turner, XXXVIII, 181
Water
The politics of Leeds water. D. Fraser. LIII, 23
Sorocold's waterworks at Leeds, 1694. W. B. Crump, XXXVII, 166
Spas, wells and springs of Leeds. K. J. Bonser. LIV, 29
Waterloo Map of Leeds
Waterloo Map of Leeds (Netlam and F. Giles), XI, 281
Waterton
Waterton, Robert, of Methley and Waterton, Some Notes on the Personal and Family History of, H. Armstrong Hall, XV, 81
West Riding Place-Names
West Riding Place-Names. F. W. Moorman, XVIII
Weston
William Vavasour: the squire of Weston, 1798-1833. M. Creaser. LVI, 159.
Wharfedale
The Fawkes Family and their Estates in Wharfedale, 1819-1936. Marion Sharples. 2nd ser. 6.
Whitkirk
The '1523' Whitkirk Rental: a note. G. Woledge. LIX, 119.
Whitkirk Bailiwick: A Rental, G. E. Kirk, XXXIII, 71
Whitkirk Church: Collections upon Briefs. G. M. Platt, II, 142
Wilkinson, Christopher
Christopher Wilkinson of Leeds and Maryland. R. J. Wood. LIV, 51.
Wills
A note on Leeds wills, 1539-1561. A Lonsdale L, 78
Wills, Early Pontefract. R. B. Cook,
XXVI, 172, 311
Wills, Inventories and Bonds of the Manor Courts of Temple Newsam 1612-1701. G. E. Kirk. XXXIII, 241
Wills of Leeds and District, R. B. Cook, XXII, 85, 235; XXIV, 39, 304
- Rothwell, Saxton, Sherburn, Swillington, Thorner, Whitkirk and Woodkirk. R. B. Cook, XXXIII, 22
See Also Testamenta Leodiensia.
Wilson, Charles Henry
Charles Henry Wilson: the man who was Leeds. W. R. Meyer. 2nd ser. 8, 78.
Wilson, Col. Edmund
Wilson, Col. Edmund (obituary). J. Singleton, XXIV, 25
Wilson,William
Wilson, William Mayor of Leeds, 1762-3. XLI, 396
Wood, R.J.
Bibliography: Canon R. J. Wood. Comp. J. Wood. LIV, 249.
Woodhouse
Woodhouse, Great, Denison family of, XV, 251
Woodhouse in the manor of Leeds, J. B. Place XXVII, 345
Wool Trade
Wool Trade, Yorkshire Abbeys and the, H. E. Wroot. XXXIII, 10
Wortley
A Victorian city mission: the Unitarian contribution to social progress in Holbeck and New Wortley, 1844-78. E. A. Elton. LIV, 316.
Wridlesford or Woodlesford
Wridlesford or Woodlesford Family. C. T. Clay. XXVI, 253
Y
Yeomanry
Yeomanry, Formation of Leeds. Emily Hargrave. XXIV, 435
York
York, Province of, Ancient Custom of, re Wills and Intestacies. G. G. Alexander, XXVIII, 417
Yorkshire
A Yorkshire music critic (Herbert Thompson) in Germany and Austria in 1889. P. S. Morrish.
LIV, 333.
The Fawkes Family and their Estates in Wharfedale, 1819-1936. Marion Sharples. 2nd ser. 6.
Yorkshire Abbeys and the Wool Trade, H. E. Wroot. XXXIII, 10
Yorkshire, according to Ptolemy's Geography, A, S. Ellis. XXII, 339
Yorkshire cloth traders in the United States, 1770-1840. H, Heaton. XXXVII, 225.
Yorkshire fairs and markets, to the end of the eighteenth century. K. L. McCutcheon. XXXIX.
Yorkshire politics, 1742-1761, The Rockinghams and. C. Collyer. XLI, 352.
Yorkshire towns in the late fourteenth century. R. B. Dobson. LIX, 1.
Yorkshire, Warburton's Map of, 1720, W, B, Crump, XXVIII, 385
Yorkshire College, Leeds
The early years of the Yorkshire College. P. H. J. H. Gosden. LIV, 209.
Yorkshire Ladies' Council of Education
The Yorkshire Ladies' Council of Education: 1871-91. I. Jenkins. LVI, 27.
Yorkshire Training School of Cookery
The Yorkshire Ladies' Council of Education: 1871-91. I. Jenkins. LVI, 27.