Place:Buckrose Wapentake, East Riding of Yorkshire, England

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NameBuckrose Wapentake
TypeHundred
Coordinates54.05°N 0.77°W
Located inEast Riding of Yorkshire, England
Also located inYorkshire, England    
See alsoEast Riding of Yorkshire, Englandunitary authority covering most of the area of the wapentake since 1974
North Yorkshire, Englandadministrative county covering the northern part of the area of the wapentake since 1974

For a definition of "wapentake", see the article entitled Hundred (county division) in Wikipedia.

Wapentakes, the Old Norse form of the Anglo-Saxon "hundred", are dealt with in Section 1.4, but Sections 1.1 (Hundred courts) and 1.2 (Administrative functions) deal with the concept and purposes of wapentakes along with those of "hundreds" used in English counties further south.

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Buckrose (#2 on map) was a wapentake of the historic East Riding of Yorkshire, England consisting of the northwest part of the county. Its territory is now partly in the modern East Riding (post-1996) and partly in North Yorkshire (post 1974). Buckrose also had a detached section comprising an area west of the City of York in the West Riding of Yorkshire. At some stage this was transferred to the Ainsty Wapentake.

Established in medieval times, Buckrose Wapentake ceased to have much significance in the 19th century when the wapentakes were succeeded by other administrative divisions for most local government purposes.

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List of Ancient Parishes

Ancient ParishParish Status          Subsidiary Places  Subsidiary Place Status
Acklam chapelry, parish (ancient), civil parish Leavening township, civil parish
Birdsall parish (ancient), civil parish none
Bugthorpe parish (ancient), civil parish Stockton on the Forest chapelry, civil parish
Burythorpe parish (ancient), civil parish none
Cowlam parish (ancient), civil parish none
Fridaythorpe parish (ancient), civil parish none
Healaugh (near Tadcaster) parish (ancient), civil parish none
Helperthorpe parish (ancient), civil parish none
Heslerton parish (ancient), civil parish East Heslerton township, civil parish
West Heslerton township, civil parish
Kirby Grindalythe parish (ancient), civil parish Duggleby township, civil parish
Thirkleby (near Malton) township, civil parish
Kirby Underdale parish (ancient), civil parish none
Langton parish (ancient), civil parish Kennythorpe township, civil parish
North Grimston parish (ancient), civil parish none
Norton on Derwent parish (ancient), civil parish none
Rillington parish (ancient), civil parish Scampston chapelry, civil parish
Scrayingham parish (ancient), civil parish Howsham township, civil parish
Leppington township, civil parish
Settrington parish (ancient), civil parish Scagglethorpe township, civil parish
Sherburn (near Filey) parish (ancient), civil parish none
Skirpenbeck parish (ancient), civil parish none
Sledmere parish (ancient), civil parish none
Thorpe Bassett parish (ancient), civil parish none
Weaverthorpe parish (ancient), civil parish Luttons Ambo township, civil parish
Westowparish (ancient), civil parish Eddlethorpe township, civil parish
Firby (Westow) township, civil parish
Kirkham township, civil parish
Menethorpe township, civil parish
Wetwang parish (ancient), civil parish Fimber chapelry, civil parish
Wharram le Street parish (ancient), civil parish none
Wharram Percy parish (ancient), civil parish Raisthorpe and Burdale township, civil parish
Thixendale township, civil parish
Towthorpe (near Driffield) township, civil parish
Wintringham parish (ancient), civil parish Knapton (near Malton) township, civil parish
Yedingham parish (ancient), civil parish West Heslerton township, civil parish
Yedingham township
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