History

Derivation of Crowle.

1088. Manor In Crule, Alwin has one oxgang less than six carucates of land to be taxed. Land to as many ploughs. Inland at Hubaldestorp. Now a certain Abbot of St. Germaine in Selby has there, under Geoffrey, one plough in the demesne, and fifteen villanes and nineteen bordars, having seven ploughs, and thirty-one fisheries…

Crowle at War: Part 4. Prisoners of War, School – submitted by Bill Goldthorp

Every body had a bicycle, even my mother. Wicks the Cycle shop sometimes had a new one but many second hand plus numerous spare parts. Inner tubes and tyres could be ordered probably with the area being rural the authorities were more generous with cycle parts than in the towns. Garages, barns, old farm buildings…

Medieval Fairs and Markets in Crowle

CROWLE. 1334 Subsidy £75.69. Market (Charter) Wednesday; granted 1 May 1305, by King Edward I to Abbot and Chapter of Selby. This grant was made in lieu of a market at the manor of Garthorpe, Lincolnshire (q.v.) previously granted by King Edward I to the Abbot and Chapter of Selby. on 10 Feb 1441, King…