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In the 14th century fishing was of course, an important industry.  In the Humber, one of the most prolific ports in catching and distributing fish, was that of Ravenerodd, a town across the Humber situated close to where Spurn Point is now. At this time, this port was larger than...

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In the Middle Ages wrecking and piracy became common place in many areas near the sea. Our area in the fourteenth and fifteenth century were said to be leaders in both practices and became a normal way of life for many local families. As far as wrecking went, one...

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