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Mortham Tower, Rokeby parish (Rokeby) - Source of Reference

The information on this website is based on a range of published and unpublished works. Below is a list of the source of information used in writing this record.

No. Originator(s) Date Title Notes
1 Ordnance Survey Archaeology Card NZ01SE4
2 Ryder, P 2005 to 2006 Medieval and Sub-Medieval Defensible Buildings in County Durham Gazetteer 1, pages 8-14
3 Pevsner, N 1966 Mortham Tower
4 Strutt & Parker 1996 Mortham Tower
5 Faux, R 26-Oct-1996 Haunted Hall of the auld enemy
6 Casteras, S 1988 Mortham Tower
7 1994 Where the Mortham dobby wends here headless way
8 Beck, S Samuel Beck's Yorkshire sketchbook, Mortham Tower belonging to the Earl of Carlisle
9 Mortham tower
10 28-Jun-1939 Mortham tower, the inventory of 1567
11 Whitaker, Thomas Dunham 1823 An history of Richmondshire, in the North Riding of the country of York: Mortham Tower
12 Ryder, P Mortham Tower, Rokeby parish
13 Ryder, P Mortham Tower, Rokeby parish
14 Ryder, P Mortham Tower, Rokeby parish
15 Ryder, P Mortham Tower, Rokeby parish
16 Ryder, P Mortham Tower, Rokeby parish
17 Ryder, P Mortham Tower, Rokeby parish
18 Ryder, P Mortham Tower, Rokeby parish
19 Ryder, P Mortham Tower, Rokeby parish
20 Clack, P. A. G., Gosling, P. F. 1975 Archaeology in the North Gazetteer
21 Clack, P. A. G., Gosling, P. F. 1976 Archaeology in the North Report of the Northern Archaeological Survey p 210