Sockburn - Village

Sockburn is a village, civil parish, was a larger parish. The parish included the townships of Sockburn, had a population by 1961. The custom died out in the early, nineteenth century. The Conyers family died out in the seventeenth century. The estate came into the hands of the Blackett family. Farmhouse was built in the late, eighteenth century. Tradition makes the Conyers family, hereditary constables. Girsby was granted to Roger de Conyers with Sockburn, followed the descent of Sockburn. The pier supporting the arches are a tall, cylindrical shaft. The wall is pierced by a triplet of lancet windows. The Conyers chapel was added on the north side of the nave. The effigy belongs to the middle of the 13th century. The legs are crossed the left arm bears a plain, triangular shield. The manor came to the Blacketts through the Conyers family. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit.

Village, Civil parish, Larger parish