Craykeshire


CRAYKESHIRE

The Bishop of Durham owned the manor of Crayke, which lay southeast of Thirsk, southwest of Helmsley, and a short distance east of Easingwold.

It was therefore an exclave of the County Palatine of Durham within the North Riding of Yorkshire until 1844.

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