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Definition of Byland

Byland
Byland By"land, n. A peninsula. [Obs.]

Meaning of Byland from wikipedia

- Byland Abbey is a ruined abbey and a small village in the R****ale district of North Yorkshire, England, in the North York Moors National Park. It was founded...
- Byland may refer to: A Peninsula or byland (also biland) Byland Abbey, a small village and ruined abbey in North Yorkshire Battle of Old Byland This disambiguation...
- The Battle of Old Byland (also known as the Battle of Byland Moor and Battle of Byland Abbey) was a significant encounter between Scots and English troops...
- Byland with W**** is a civil parish in the R****ale district of North Yorkshire, England. According to the 2001 census it had a po****tion of 120, increasing...
- 1st Earl of Richmond, positioned on Scawton Moor, between Rievaulx and Byland Abbey. To dislodge him King Robert used essentially the same tactics as...
- include W****, Kilburn and Coxwold. Oldstead shares a parish council with Byland with W****. Oldstead has one pub called the Black Swan, which was awarded...
- the Cistercian order from Burgundy and responsibility for it was taken by Byland Abbey. Founded in 1145 at Fors near Aysgarth, it was moved ten years later...
- (1318) Battle of Myton (1319) Battle of Boroughbridge (1322) Battle of Old Byland (1322) Battle of Stanhope Park (1327) Battle of Wester Kinghorn (1332) Battle...
- the Likedeelers (in German)[permanent dead link] "Heard at Byland: Wimund's Woes" from Byland Abbey website, Retrieved Jan. 2005. Rise of the English Sea...
- Faughart Recovery of Berwick and raids of Northern England Skaithmuir 2nd Berwick Myton The Great Raid of 1322 Old Byland Corbeil Treaty Stanhope Park...
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