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at Luckington is spoken of as the Giant's Caves, and that at Nempnet in Somersetshire as the Fairy's Toot. Most of the land in the village was owned by the Viscounts Downe of Wykeham, but much of this was sold in 1918 with the disposing of the Sessay Estate. "The wapentake of Birdforth".

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Percy family and then by the, darrell family from the end of the 12th century to the late 15th century. You need JavaScript enabled to view. Office for National Statistics. Retrieved Page, William,. Through the dank, chill afternoon, the cars ringing this model ground beneath the Hambleton Hills had hidden their sheltering occupants. There is information on day-to-day services and necessities, as well as an insight into all the various activities which make our community so vibrant. Retrieved "BBC - Domesday Reloaded: THE giant OF sessay.1". The village has one school, Sessay CE Primary, that is within the cathcment area of Thirsk School for secondary education. The 2001 UK Census recorded the population as 311 of which 266 were over sixteen years old. Archived from the original on Retrieved In the 2011 census the population of Sessay also included Hutton Sessay and Eldmire with Crakehill parishes and was not counted separately. In 1427 the manor was held by the lord of Sessay manor, Edmund Darell, and remained in his family until 1752.