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Table 1A: List of Places in Scarborough Registration District (1837-1974)

Civil Parish

County

From

To

Comments

Brompton

Yorkshire North Riding

1837

1974

Broxa

Yorkshire North Riding

1837

1974

Burniston

Yorkshire North Riding

1837

1974

Cayton

Yorkshire North Riding

1886

1974

Created 25.3.1886 out of the parishes of Osgodby, and Cayton with Deepdale & Killerby.

Cayton with Deepdale & Killerby

Yorkshire North Riding

1837

1886

Abolished 25.3.1886 to become part of the parish of Cayton.

Cloughton

Yorkshire North Riding

1837

1974

East Ayton

Yorkshire North Riding

1837

1974

Filey

Yorkshire East Riding and Yorkshire North Riding

1837

1889

In 1889 the Yorkshire North Riding part of Scarborough became part of Yorkshire East Riding, so that thereafter Filey was wholly in Yorkshire East Riding. See also Table 2, note (b).

Yorkshire East Riding

1889

1936

Folkton

Yorkshire East Riding

1837

1936

See Table 2, note (b).

Ganton

Yorkshire East Riding

1837

1936

See Table 2, note (b).

Gristhorpe

Yorkshire North Riding

1837

1974

Hackness

Yorkshire North Riding

1837

1974

Harwood Dale

Yorkshire North Riding

1837

1974

Hutton Buscel

Yorkshire North Riding

1837

1974

Irton

Yorkshire North Riding

1837

1974

Lebberston

Yorkshire North Riding

1837

1974

Muston

Yorkshire East Riding

1837

1936

See Table 2, note (b).

Newby

Yorkshire North Riding

1837

1886

Abolished 25.3.1886 to become part of the parish of Throxenby.

Osgodby

Yorkshire North Riding

1837

1886

Abolished 25.3.1886 to become part of the parish of Cayton.

Sawdon

Yorkshire North Riding

1837

1886

Abolished 25.3.1886 to become part of the parish of Brompton.

Scalby

Yorkshire North Riding

1837

1974

Scarborough

Yorkshire North Riding

1837

1974

Abolished 1.4.1974 to become an unparished area.

Seamer

Yorkshire North Riding

1837

1974

Sherburn

Yorkshire East Riding

1837

1936

See Table 2, note (b).

Silpho

Yorkshire North Riding

1837

1974

Snainton

Yorkshire North Riding

1837

1974

See Table 2, note (a).

Stainton Dale

Yorkshire North Riding

1837

1974

Suffield cum Everley

Yorkshire North Riding

1837

1974

Throxenby

Yorkshire North Riding

1837

1909

Abolished 1.4.1909 to become part of the parish of Scalby.

Troutsdale

Yorkshire North Riding

1837

1974

West Ayton

Yorkshire North Riding

1837

1974

Willerby

Yorkshire East Riding

1837

1936

See Table 2, note (b).

Wykeham

Yorkshire North Riding

1837

1974

Table 1B: List of Places in Scarborough Registration District (from 1974)

All the areas in Scarborough registration district became part of the county of North Yorkshire on 1.4.1974.

Civil Parish (or Unparished Area)

County

From

To

Comments

Brompton

North Yorkshire

1974

1998

See Table 2, note (d).

Broxa

North Yorkshire

1974

1998

See Table 2, note (d).

Burniston

North Yorkshire

1974

1998

See Table 2, note (d).

Cayton

North Yorkshire

1974

1998

See Table 2, note (d).

Cloughton

North Yorkshire

1974

1998

See Table 2, note (d).

East Ayton

North Yorkshire

1974

1998

See Table 2, note (d).

Folkton

North Yorkshire

1974

1998

See Table 2, notes (c) and (d).

Gristhorpe

North Yorkshire

1974

1998

See Table 2, note (d).

Hackness

North Yorkshire

1974

1998

See Table 2, note (d).

Harwood Dale

North Yorkshire

1974

1998

See Table 2, note (d).

Hunmanby

North Yorkshire

1974

1998

See Table 2, notes (c) and (d).

Hutton Buscel

North Yorkshire

1974

1998

See Table 2, note (d).

Irton

North Yorkshire

1974

1998

See Table 2, note (d).

Lebberston

North Yorkshire

1974

1998

See Table 2, note (d).

Muston

North Yorkshire

1974

1998

See Table 2, notes (c) and (d).

Newby & Scalby

North Yorkshire

1984

1998

Created 1.4.1984 by renaming the parish of Scalby. See also Table 2, note (d).

Reighton

North Yorkshire

1974

1998

See Table 2, notes (c) and (d).

Scalby

North Yorkshire

1974

1984

Abolished 1.4.1984 to become the parish of Newby & Scalby.

Scarborough

North Yorkshire

1974

1998

Unparished area which until 1.4.1974 formed the parish and municipal borough of Scarborough. See also Table 2, note (d).

Seamer

North Yorkshire

1974

1998

See Table 2, note (d).

Silpho

North Yorkshire

1974

1998

See Table 2, note (d).

Snainton

North Yorkshire

1974

1998

See Table 2, note (d).

Stainton Dale

North Yorkshire

1974

1998

See Table 2, note (d).

Suffield cum Everley

North Yorkshire

1974

1998

See Table 2, note (d).

Troutsdale

North Yorkshire

1974

1998

See Table 2, note (d).

West Ayton

North Yorkshire

1974

1998

See Table 2, note (d).

Wykeham

North Yorkshire

1974

1998

See Table 2, note (d).

Table 2: Boundary Changes affecting Scarborough Registration District

Date of Change

Note

Description of Change

Population transferred

25.3.1886

(a)

Gained part of the parish of Snainton (which until 25.3.1886 formed a detached part of the parish of Ebberston, including parts of High and Low Streets) from Pickering registration district.

71 in 1891

1.10.1936

(b)

Lost the parishes of Filey, Folkton, Ganton, Muston, Sherburn, and Willerby, to Bridlington registration district.

5942 in 1931

1.4.1974

(c)

Gained the parishes of Folkton, Hunmanby, Muston, and Reighton (which were transferred from Yorkshire East Riding to the county of North Yorkshire on 1.4.1974) from Buckrose registration district.

2764 in 1971

1.10.1998 (abolished)

(d)

Lost the constituent parishes of Brompton, Broxa, Burniston, Cayton, Cloughton, East Ayton, Folkton, Gristhorpe, Hackness, Harwood Dale, Hunmanby, Hutton Buscel, Irton, Lebberston, Muston, Newby & Scalby, Reighton, Seamer, Silpho, Snainton, Stainton Dale, Suffield cum Everley, Troutsdale, West Ayton, and Wykeham, and the unparished area of Scarborough, to North Yorkshire registration district.

 


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