1) A gander.
1563 two gese, a stegg, sixe hennes and a cock 4s, Clint
1570 vij geyse and steygs, price iijs, Hutton Conyers
1581 one stege & iij gesses with x geselines iiijs, South Cave
1682 4 gese, 1 stege 4 henses & 1 coke, Brayton
1727 one stegg was taken out of the place where his geese sits, Pontefract. On the Leeds-Liverpool canal Lock 35 is named Stegneck, no doubt ‘borrowed’ from the field in Gargrave so called. Nearby in Addingham is Stegg Holes recorded in the tithe award of 1844.