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Staincliffe, also known as Staincliff, was a wapentake of the West Riding of Yorkshire. It should not be confused with the hamlet Staincliffe. It was split into two divisions. The East Division included the parishes of Barnoldswick, Bracewell, Broughton, Burnsall, Carlton, Gargrave, Hebden, Keighley, Kettlewell, Kildwick, Linton, Marton in Craven, Skipton, Thornton in Craven and parts of Arncliffe and Addingham.
Old Deanery of Craven
The old Deanery of Craven was approximately equivalent to the Wapentake of Staincliff.
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