- or ribstone /ribˈstən/
(in full Ribston pippin) a variety of winter apple brought from Normandy to Ribston Hall in Yorkshire
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- The local preceptory founded in 1217 was at Ribston Park.
- The preceptory founded in 1217 was at Ribston Park.
- How did the Ribston get to the supermarket?
- Richard Goodricke, of Ribston, in Yorkshire, who was born in 1524.
- Goodricke was the son of Sir Henry Goodricke, of Great Ribston, Yorkshire.