Allerston Lime Kilns

North Yorkshire

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Tagged With

Post Medieval

Data Source

English Heritage

County Council

North Yorkshire County Council

District Council

Ryedale District Council

Parish

Allerston

Parliamentary Constituency

Thirsk and Malton

Grid Reference

SE884884 (488366, 483153)

WGS84 Coordinates

54.2363, -0.64406

Nearest Postcode

YO18 7PW

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Notes

Limekilns A170. Four limekilns built circa 1800, just to the north of the current A170 and connected with the three workers cottages that form the present Red House. Marked on the OS map with a quarry to the north-east of the house.

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User-Submitted Notes

Dear sir or madam,in 2002 I visited the proprerty to look at the lime kiln's the owner took me around and showed me the lime kiln's at the rear of his property because my wife's great grandfather George Goodill was a Lime Burner at the kiln's in 1870 and lived with his wife and 11 children his wife was called Eliza Orrah and they lived in one of the houses attached.I have some photos of the kiln's before they were cleaned up.
Regards,
Ken Harrison.

Ken Harrison, 23 June 2013

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