The following page will detail places of interest on the tree in East Yorkshire.

The three main towns in East Yorkshire where the Warkups on the tree were located were BEEFORD, SKIPSEA and FLAMBOROUGH. It is suspected that a large number of people in those towns were actually related.

The transcriptions for those towns are slowly being collated (concentrating initially on 1851 census). The information is available from the Sources Of Info link or via the notes pages for those people on the tree who have been located in the census records.

Surname Distribution Maps

Surname Distribution 1841 - shows the distribution of Warcup/Warkups in the 1841 census.

Surname Distribution 1851 - shows the distribution of Warcup/Warkups in the 1851 census.

Surname Distribution 1881 - shows the distribution of surnames of interest in the 1881 census.

Yorkshire Pre Census Distribution - shows the distribution of Yorkshire Warcup/Warkups before the 1841 census.



A second good source of information to determine how many people in the town are on the tree are the Monumental Inscriptions from the churches in the towns. As most of the East Yorkshire families moved very little, large portions of the same churchyard will eventually belong on the tree. The complete list of Monumental Inscriptions for those people on the tree can be found on the SourcesOfInfo page, along with photographs for some of the Monuments. The size, age, and condition of the churches visited varies considerably. The link below shows some of the churches we have visited.

The Skipsea churchyard layouts will be included once a sufficient proportion of the churchyard is on the tree. The Flamborough churchyard layout has recently been added. It currently only contains the main section and does not detail the extension. The rest of the layout will be added in due course.

Beeford Churchyard Layout
Flamborough Churchyard Layout
Flamborough Churchyard Extension Layout
Churches Visited