1) The usual Yorkshire spelling of ‘lath’, the thin strip of wood on which roof slates or tiles were secured, or a base for plaster on walls and ceilings.
1299-1300 In clavis ad lates[lath nails]pro diversis domibus, Bolton Priory
1357 Item, C C centz lattes, ijs ixd, York
c.1534 Item for 4 bunshes lez Lattys, Bridlington
1642 Ashen barres … riven very thinne, allmost like unto Lattewoode, Elmswell. Specialist items were laths for roofs which were of stone or straw: 1396-7 Et in C lattis pro petr’. emp. 9d, Ripon
1408-9 de cc stanlat … pro emendacione stabuli, Ripon
1446 ccc sindulis vocatis strawelat, c dimidia sindulis vocatis stanelatts, Beverley. Note the use of the verb: c.1640 latted and limed the chambers in the old howse, Denby Grange.