W. Consitt Boulter, “The Book of Remarks of William Storr, of Scalm Park, 1678–1731”

Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, 7, 44–62 + fold-out (1882)

William Storr (1658–1731) was a large-scale farmer at Wistow, near Selby. His commonplace book, or Book of Remarks as he called it, was handed down to his descendants and is preserved in the Borthwick Institute for Archives (York University). It is often referred to by social historians; see for instance the Ph.D. thesis by Michael David Riley.

Walter Consitt Boulter (1848–1912) was born at Drypool, Hull. When he wrote this article he was curate of Newland, Worcestershire.

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Pedigree: Storr of Hutton Bushell and Scalm
Extract from Charles Storrs, The Storrs Family, privately printed, New York 1886
The will of John Storr of Hutton Bushell, proved in 1660