Harewood Estate Records
These are references to the surname Stables that occur in the papers relating to Harewood Estate that are held at the WYAS in Leeds.
Kindly supplied by Tim Tatlioglu
Letter To Edwin Lascelles - 1762
This is an extract from a letter to Edwin Lascelles, written by an Estate Steward [Ref: HAR/SC/5 f5].
…This fine morning sets us a plowing for seed; you was pleased to say that when I lay any more ground to grass you would send your seeds from London, there is 3 fields of Stables’ and one of Cockets’ now turnips which I thought of laying this year because should you get Stephen harrisons ground another year we shall have more plowing ground than we can well get over if you chuse to have those fields laid only for 4 or 5 years and then to take up again. I can proune seeds here, if they are to be laid good, I will as soon as you signifie your pleasure to me proceed accordingly.
I am honoured sir,
Faithfully humble servant
Samuel Popplewell (Estate Steward)
Gawthorpe 17th Feb 1762
Presentments Harewood and Rigton 1738-51
Extract from a bunch of presentments for Harewood and Rigton [Ref: Manorial WYL 250/2/5a]. This indicates John Stables's attendance at a meeting of the Manorial Court.
Manor of Harewood in the County of York: To wit Pains laid at the Court Leet view of Frank Pledge and Court Baron of Henry Lascelles Esq. Lord of the Said Manor held on Friday the seventeenth day of May 1742.
22nd October 1743
Mr John Stables