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Easingwold, Yorkshire

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    Easingwold, Yorkshire: OS Grid Reference(453500,469500)

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    University of Leeds

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    Ellis, Stanley (male, SED fieldworker)

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    Passman, John George (b.1888, male, painter)

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    John relates the tale of two villagers who found buried gold while digging on Hambleton Moor and never had to work again. Ampleforth College is a boarding school to the north of Easingwold. Tom Smith’s Cross is a landmark on Wass Moor in the Hambleton Hills to the north of Ampleforth.

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Easingwold, Yorkshire

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