The civil parish names can be read with a magnifying glass. The lightly coloured areas were parts of parishes transferred from one district council to another during the period 1894-1974. Most of the area in yellow was transferred to Haltemprice Urban District in 1935, but some was absorbed by Kingston upon Hull.
Haltemprice was an area in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England, directly to the west of Hull.
In 1935, under a County Review Order, Sculcoates Rural District was abolished and an urban district of Haltemprice established to cover Hull's western suburbs. The district included Cottingham, Hessle (both previousley urban districts), and the villages of Anlaby, Kirk Ella, Skidby, West Ella and Willerby. Urban districts were abolished throughout England in 1974.
In 1974, under the Local Government Act 1972, Haltemprice Urban District was merged to form part of the Beverley borough in Humberside. With the exception of Kingston upon Hull itself (which became a separate unitary authority), Humberside north of the River Humber became the reconstituted East Riding of Yorkshire in 1996. The former Haltemprice area has been since divided again into a number of civil parishes within the new unitary authority.
Vision of Britain states:
GENUKI provides a similar description in expanded detail.
Nothing specific to Haltemprice has been found for the period between the 16th and 19th centuries. Today, on Google Earth it is found as Haltemprice Farm.
Data on this page is taken from Vision of Britain through Time. See the tab "Relationships and Changes".