An interesting mention of Helsbury [or Hellesbury] as it's called in this profile of Sir Richard Buller, a 17th Century Lord. Helsbury is referred to as an "important Parke" in the manor of Helstone, with "timber trees, sapplins and pollards groweing in the hedge rowes and other partes of the Parke of Helsebury are valued to be worth . .. £82 10s. The under woodes groweing in the said parke being 18 acres amongest which are valued divers sapplins and timber trees is valued to be worth ... £180."