Document referencePR/AIY
DescriptionRegisters of marriages 1866-1984, 1995-2009, banns 1873-1981, burials 1897-2017 and baptisms 1861-1968.
Vestry meetings records 1877-1979.
Sequestrators' papers 1873-1896.
Records of the church fabric 1896-1950.
Records of the parish hall 1944-1945.
School records for Aislaby School 1872-1954, Newholm cum Dunsley School 1885-1957.
Service registers 1891-1980.
Terriers and inventories 1972.
Records of the benefice and glebe 1905-1920.
Miscellaneous papers 1931.
Extent0.08 cubic metres
Catalogue statusCatalogued
Administrative historyThe pre-Reformation chapel at Aislably had been standing since 1150 until it was destroyed, presumably at the time of the Civil War. It was rebuilt in 1732 and was used until the present church, dedicated to St Margaret, was built in 1897. Prior to the church being built in 1897, there was no village churchyard so Lythe churchyard was used for burials.
This information is from the Communigate website at and from "A History of Yorkshire North Riding, Volume I", The Victoria History of the Counties of England, (University of London, 1968).
CopiesParts of this collection have been microfilmed [MIC 0003, 3599].
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