ANCIENT REGISTER EXTRACTS AND MISCELLANEOUS STORY ITEMS.
From Durham Cathedral, Durham Marriage Bonds, Northern Genealogist, Lincoln Marriage Licenses, Ordination Entries at Ely; Garrigill Church Registers.
Many of these items are given simply to prove the antiquity of the name and its numerous variants. It would be impossible to locate correctly in a lineage all the Storys, Stories, and Storeys mentioned.
From Registers of Marriage in the Cathedral Church of Durham (Harl. Soc.). :—
1706. May 14th, George Carlisle of Readmarshall and Margaret Story of Sedgfleld.
1709. April 30th, Robert Story of Casington Parish to Doroth(y) Robinson of ye Parish of Houghton le Spring.
1710. August 27th, Henry Story of Witt Gilbert and Elizabeth Jopling of Brancepeth.
(widow p. 184 Northern Registers, vols I. and II.)
place, spinster, married at Handsworth (p. 148, vols. III. and IV.).
1735. January 5th, William Story of Heslington, weaver, 27, bachelor, and Mary Agar of
the same place, spinster, in S. Lawrence or S. Sampson, Yorkshire.
(Registers of Claycoton, Northants. Anno Domini 1596. Robert Britten and Margerie Storie were married on ye xiiith day of October (p. 95).)
REGISTERS OF NEWARK-UPON-TRENT.
1659. Christopher Story and Elizabeth Nut (Id., p. 48).
1665. October 30th, John Collishaw of Newarke-upon-Trent County Nottingham yeoman
and Joan Stoor of Siston, widow. Surety, George Bally of Lincoln.
1770. December 26, Thomas Story of Water, Farmer 21, and Susanna Williamson of East
Cottingworth, Aughton, 21, spinster, in Water Church (p. 28, vols. iil. and iv.. Id.).