I spent a couple of hours this morning at one of the Family History Centers with the microfilm roll of church records from Flamborough.Below are records (or information) that didn't come up in searches at www.familysearch.org.
( text )=my comments on likely connections.
Information from Family History Microfilm # 355059
1745James son of James Spike bapt Sept 1
1746 James son of James Spike bur Aug 22th(these two entries look like there was a son James between Bryan (1743-1806) and James (1847-1827)
1775 Sarah, wife of Bryan Spike Burial Aug 4.(First wife of Bryan (1743-1806) and mother of Bryan (1774-1841)
1776Ann dau of James Spike burial Jan 27(Ann bapt 16 July 1775)
1776 Mary daughter of James Spike Burial Jan 27th(Mary bapt 22 Dec 1773)
1784 Sarahdau of James Spike burial July 4 ( Sarah bapt 21 May 1780)
1794 James Spike buried Feb 3 (prob James Spike husband of Mary Lamb)
1799 George Mainprize and Elizabeth Spike marriage by bannsAug 11.
1806Bryan Spike do (burial) Sept 1(Bryan Spike bap 26 Jun 1743)
1806 Elizabeth Mainprize burial April 8 (poss Elizabeth Spike who married George M)
1815Benton Traves and Sarah Spike married by Bannsrec # 70 witness:Joh Fowlbeck and William Colbech.
1818 Ann, wife of James Spike burial 26 Julyrec # 108 by Wm Kendale(wife of James 1747-1827)
1818 James Spike was church wardon and witness to church register (prob James Spike 1747-1827)
1825 Margaret Spike of Bempton buried Flam 26 Decage 73 yearsrec #234 by Wm Kendale(Probably second wife of Bryan Spike 1743-1806 and mother of George, Frances and Mary)
1827 James Spike BurialDec 20thage 80 yrsrecord # 263by Wm. Kendale(James b 1747 son of James Spike & Mary Lamb)
1828 James Spike burial Dec 23 age 53 years # 275 by Wm Kendall(James Spike III b 1776 )