Item STK/1/2 - List of grants and deeds bequeathed with other manuscripts to the Yorkshire Philosophical Society.

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STK/1/2

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List of grants and deeds bequeathed with other manuscripts to the Yorkshire Philosophical Society.

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  • 1837 (Creation)

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1 volume

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(1753-1834)

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William Strickland was born in Boynton, Yorkshire, in 1753, the son of George Strickland and Elizabeth Letitia Winn. He married Henrietta Chlomley in 1778. They had thirteen children: Henrietta (b. 1779), Walter (b.1780, d. 1798), Caroline (b. 1781), George (b.1782), Arthur (b.1784), Edmund (b. 1785), Eustachius (b.1787), Emma (b.1789), Anne (b. 1790), John (b.1794), Priscilla (b. 1796), Isabella (b. 1799) and Nathanial Constantine (b.1802).
He died in 1834.

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Extract fripm Eustachius Strickland's will stating his bequest to the Yorkshire Philosophical Society.

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  • English

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legacy

Acc 146.1.21

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