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ID: 1029112
 

Record Type: administrative
Hierarchy of Easington (inhabited place)  Easington (inhabited place)

Coordinates:
Lat: 59 39 02 N  degrees minutes   Lat: 59.6500  decimal degrees
Long: 000 06 06 E  degrees minutes   Long: 0.1010  decimal degrees

Note: A rare 15th-century tithe barn built by Meaux Abbey is here.

Names:
Easington (preferred,C,V,British English-P,U,N)
Esintone (H,V)  ............ recorded in 1086
Hesinton (H,V)  ............ recorded in 1086
Hesintone (H,V)  ............ recorded in 1086

Hierarchical Position:
Hierarchy of World (facet)    World (facet)
Hierarchy of Europe (continent)  ....  Europe (continent) (P)
Hierarchy of United Kingdom (nation)  ........  United Kingdom (nation) (P)
Hierarchy of England (country)  ............  England (country) (P)
Hierarchy of East Riding of Yorkshire (unitary authority)  ................  East Riding of Yorkshire (unitary authority) (P)
Hierarchy of Easington (inhabited place)  ....................  Easington (inhabited place) (P)

Place Types:
inhabited place (preferred, C)
village (C)

Sources and Contributors:
Easington..........  [VP Preferred]
....................  Domesday Book (1985) 306
....................  Gazetteer of Great Britain (1999) 241
Esintone..........  [VP]
.................  Domesday Book (1985) 306
Hesinton..........  [VP]
.................  Domesday Book (1985) 306
Hesintone..........  [VP]
....................  Domesday Book (1985) 306
Subject: .....  [VP]
..................  Domesday Book (1985) 306
..................  Gazetteer of Great Britain (1999) 241
 
Note:
English .......... [VP]
..........  Domesday Book (1985) 306

 

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