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A History of Withernsea and other parishes in South Holderness
by George T.J. Miles & William Richardson

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"A History of Withernsea with notices of other parishes in South Holderness in the County of York"was written by George T.J. Miles and William Richardson and published in 1911. It contains nearly 300 pages and includes the histories of: Withernsea, Owthorne, Hollym, Tunstall, Hilston, Holmpton, Easington, Kilnsea and Spurn, Burstwick, Roos, Burton Pidsea, Halsham, Winestead, Hedon, Preston, Patrington, Keyingham, Ottringham, Paull, Skeffling, Welwick, Sunk Island. With an amazing number of personal names from Parish Records, lists of Vicars etc.

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