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In the [[Gest of Robyn Hode]], King Edward is exasperated at noticing the scarcity of deer in Plumpton Park after Robin and his men have been poaching there during their stay with the knight (see Quotations below). We should almost certainly take this to be in Lancashire, but it could just possibly be some place King Edward was meant to have visited after his progress in Lancashire, and in that case a possible locality is a Plumpton Park that was located ''c.'' 8.5 km S of Settle. It occurs as a field name slightly WSW of Lower Agden in an 1846 MS tithe award for Gisburn Forest.<ref>Available online from [https://www.thegenealogist.co.uk/image_viewer/?imagego=yVaqkz_Qlg-fGyJpQu891TJ9ziRQSuSdqWR3Luzp6808wvGz869BFYxH9u2xFbo71Mw485Bt2owlSlKiAabLeqeDwm4x0UEZo3AooBctGwI43pbC1gvpOBystAMOOndO The Genealogist], piece 043, sub-piece 172, image 308, and see map [https://www.thegenealogist.co.uk/image_viewer/?imagego=5QIH2T2WPVLBR_rz7g5lyEcKvVpX0gSQ9AVPicWgEFcmOBvaQJozpw3m6hDI00WvnvmXda0PNcyXIp0bqnWg8N8ITY7MtewB9FPTC0onZTeR_SOqsfsTFa7Y41syC2id&o=%5B%5B%22zc%22%2C6135%2C9709%5D%2C%5B%22dg%22%2C%5B%5B6135%2C9709%5D%5D%2C%22Landowner%3A+Anthony++Carr%3Cbr%3EOccupier%3A+Henry++Jackson%22%5D%5D&id=62763508 piece 043, sub-piece 172, image 001] (subscription required).</ref> I have not found it referred to in any other sources.
 
In the [[Gest of Robyn Hode]], King Edward is exasperated at noticing the scarcity of deer in Plumpton Park after Robin and his men have been poaching there during their stay with the knight (see Quotations below). We should almost certainly take this to be in Lancashire, but it could just possibly be some place King Edward was meant to have visited after his progress in Lancashire, and in that case a possible locality is a Plumpton Park that was located ''c.'' 8.5 km S of Settle. It occurs as a field name slightly WSW of Lower Agden in an 1846 MS tithe award for Gisburn Forest.<ref>Available online from [https://www.thegenealogist.co.uk/image_viewer/?imagego=yVaqkz_Qlg-fGyJpQu891TJ9ziRQSuSdqWR3Luzp6808wvGz869BFYxH9u2xFbo71Mw485Bt2owlSlKiAabLeqeDwm4x0UEZo3AooBctGwI43pbC1gvpOBystAMOOndO The Genealogist], piece 043, sub-piece 172, image 308, and see map [https://www.thegenealogist.co.uk/image_viewer/?imagego=5QIH2T2WPVLBR_rz7g5lyEcKvVpX0gSQ9AVPicWgEFcmOBvaQJozpw3m6hDI00WvnvmXda0PNcyXIp0bqnWg8N8ITY7MtewB9FPTC0onZTeR_SOqsfsTFa7Y41syC2id&o=%5B%5B%22zc%22%2C6135%2C9709%5D%2C%5B%22dg%22%2C%5B%5B6135%2C9709%5D%5D%2C%22Landowner%3A+Anthony++Carr%3Cbr%3EOccupier%3A+Henry++Jackson%22%5D%5D&id=62763508 piece 043, sub-piece 172, image 001] (subscription required).</ref> I have not found it referred to in any other sources.
  
Since this locality was situated in Gisburn Forest, it is perhaps worth noting that the chief villain of the ballad of [[Robin Hood and Guy of Gisborne]] (''c.'' 1650) was probably meant to come from [[Gisburn]], ''c.'' 7 km SSE of Gisburn Forest.{{#ask:[[Category:Records ({{#ifeq:{{#pos:{{PAGENAME}}|(|}}||{{PAGENAME}}|{{#sub:{{PAGENAME}}|0| {{#expr:{{#pos:{{PAGENAME}}|(|}}-1}} }},{{#sub:{{PAGENAME}}|{{#expr:{{#pos:{{PAGENAME}}|(|}}-1}}|1}}{{#sub:{{PAGENAME}}|{{#expr:{{#pos:{{PAGENAME}}|(|}}+1}}}}}}]]| format=embedded|embedformat=h4|columns=1|limit=1000|sort=Utitle|intro=<h3>Records</h3>}}{{#ask:[[Category:Allusions ({{#ifeq:{{#pos:{{PAGENAME}}|(|}}||{{PAGENAME}}|{{#sub:{{PAGENAME}}|0| {{#expr:{{#pos:{{PAGENAME}}|(|}}-1}} }},{{#sub:{{PAGENAME}}|{{#expr:{{#pos:{{PAGENAME}}|(|}}-1}}|1}}{{#sub:{{PAGENAME}}|{{#expr:{{#pos:{{PAGENAME}}|(|}}+1}}}}}}]]| format=embedded|embedformat=h4|columns=1|limit=1000|sort=Utitle|intro=<h3>Allusions</h3>}}
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Since this locality was situated in Gisburn Forest, it is perhaps worth noting that the chief villain of the ballad of [[Robin Hood and Guy of Gisborne]] (''c.'' 1650) was probably meant to come from [[Gisburn]], ''c.'' 7 km SSE of Gisburn Forest.{{PnItemQry}}
=== Quotations ===
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== Quotations ==
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All the passe of Lancasshyre<br/>
 
All the passe of Lancasshyre<br/>
 
He went both ferre and nere<br/>
 
He went both ferre and nere<br/>
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* ''[[Gest of Robyn Hode|A Gest of Robyn Hode]]'', st. 357.
 
* ''[[Gest of Robyn Hode|A Gest of Robyn Hode]]'', st. 357.
  
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Maps of the area, Plumpton Park is not indicated.
 
Maps of the area, Plumpton Park is not indicated.
 
* [http://maps.nls.uk/view/102344782#zoom=6&lat=9872&lon=2212&layers=BT 6" O.S. map ''Yorkshire'' 166 (1853, surveyed 1849-50)]
 
* [http://maps.nls.uk/view/102344782#zoom=6&lat=9872&lon=2212&layers=BT 6" O.S. map ''Yorkshire'' 166 (1853, surveyed 1849-50)]
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Latest revision as of 15:58, 5 April 2019

Locality
Coordinate 53.989886, -2.294587
Adm. div. West Riding of Yorkshire
Vicinity c. 8.5 km S of Settle
Type Area
Interest Literary locale
Status Defunct
First Record c. 1846
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Plumpton Park.

By Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2017-03-27. Revised by Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2019-04-05.

In the Gest of Robyn Hode, King Edward is exasperated at noticing the scarcity of deer in Plumpton Park after Robin and his men have been poaching there during their stay with the knight (see Quotations below). We should almost certainly take this to be in Lancashire, but it could just possibly be some place King Edward was meant to have visited after his progress in Lancashire, and in that case a possible locality is a Plumpton Park that was located c. 8.5 km S of Settle. It occurs as a field name slightly WSW of Lower Agden in an 1846 MS tithe award for Gisburn Forest.[1] I have not found it referred to in any other sources.

Since this locality was situated in Gisburn Forest, it is perhaps worth noting that the chief villain of the ballad of Robin Hood and Guy of Gisborne (c. 1650) was probably meant to come from Gisburn, c. 7 km SSE of Gisburn Forest.

Quotations

[Gest; c. 1500:]
All the passe of Lancasshyre
He went both ferre and nere
Tyll he came to Plomton Parke
He faylyd many of his dere.[2]

Gazetteers

Sources

Maps

Maps of the area, Plumpton Park is not indicated.

Also see

Notes

  1. Available online from The Genealogist, piece 043, sub-piece 172, image 308, and see map piece 043, sub-piece 172, image 001 (subscription required).
  2. Gest, st. 357.