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DUGDALE'S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



Visitation of ©orhshire, 



WITH ADDITIONS 



EDITED BY 



J. W. CLAY, F.S.A. 



Volume III. 



€xcter: 

WILLIAM POLLARD & Co. Ltd., THE PRINTING WORKS. 

1917. 



^ PREFACE. 1299182 

N^ This third volume completes the edition of "Dugdale's 

^0^ Visitation " which was begun to be printed in The Genealogist, 
vol. ix, 1893, and has continued in that magazine in all the 
years since. The original Visitation as in the Surtees Society, 
vol. xxxvi, has been faithfully copied with the exception of 
the long pedigree of Talbot of Thorneton, which mostly 
belongs to Lancashire, and when there are two branches of 
the same family they have been amalgamated to avoid 
repetition. 

It has been a larger work than originally intended, when 
the scheme was to see what had become of the families who 
appeared before Dugdale. The editor has been tempted to 
extend that idea and to carry the pedigrees further back, 
and in many cases to include the Visitations of Tonge, Flower 
and Glover. 

As there are about 470 pedigrees in these volumes, it is 
not surprising that some mistakes may have occurred, the 
different authorities not always being correct, so that the 
Addenda should be consulted to see what has been observed. 

Since the commencement of the work many more sources 
of information have become available, such as the further 
indexes of the Wills at York and Somerset House, the further 
printed Parish Registers, the works of the Surtees, Harleian 
and Thoresby Societies, and other local histories, from 
which some additions are also in the Addenda. 

The editor regrets that many of the gentlemen who helped 
him at the beginning have passed away, as Lords Amherst 
and Hawkesbury, the Rev. C. B. Norcliffe, Dr. Sykes, Mr. 
Cokayne, Mr. Creyke, Mr. G. W. Thomlinson. He has to 
thank those still living, too numerous to mention, as well as 
those clergy who have permitted him to see their registers. 
He only hopes that, notwithstanding its defects, this work 
contains fresh matter which may be useful to interested 
enquirers. 

John Wm. Clay. 



CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

Adams of Camblesforth - - - " 4:53 

Adams of Bast Hardwick ' ' ' t?.t 

Agard of Huntington 

Anlaby of Etton - - - - 

Appleby of Linton - - ' 

Atkinson of Skelton - - - " 

Ayscough of Yorke 

Barton of Cawton - - - " 

Bate of Easby - - - - 

Baynes of Mewith-head 

Beilby of Micklethwayt-Grange - - - 44 

Beale of Woodhouse - - - - 4^^ 

Beaumont of Whitley - - " " ^\^_ 

Bellwood of Leathley 

Bethell of Ellerton and Falthrop - 

Bethell of Wrays - - - " 

Beverley of Great Smeton - 

Birkbeck of Sheffeild and Castleford - 

BooTHE of Crydlyng-Parke - 

Booth of Pontefract - - - " 

'BOSSEVILE OF BrAYWELL 

Bosvile OF Warmsworth 

Bradford of Arksey 

Brearey of Yorke - - - " 

Brigham of Brigham 

Buck of Flotmanby - - - " 

BuLKLEY of South Emsall 

BURGOINE OF AdDLETHORPE 

BusHELL OF Whitby 

Caley of Brumpton - - - " 

Carleil of Sewarby 

Carrington of Spaunton - - - ^-'" 

Carter of Settrington - - - * ^^^ 



140 
159 
485 
103 
362 
483 
523 



177 
132 
470 
397 
348 
180 
182 
110 
107 
114 
271 
192 
179 
501 
214 
508 
295 
306 



Vlll, DUGIJALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 

PAGE 

Chamber of Oulston - . . . 414 

Chaytor of Crofte - • 144 

Clayton of Okenshaw - - - 394 

CoLBY^E OF Bowbridge - - 434 

Constable of Catfosse ... go 

Constable of Cliffe - - ■ - - - 202 

Constable op Wassand - ^ 47 

Cooke of Wheatley - - . jgg 

Corbet of Kingston upon Hull - 442 

CouLSON of Ayton - - - - 442 

Cradock of Richmund - - - 338 

Crash AW of Bentley - - - 172 

Cressy of Birkin - - - . jjg 

Crofts of East Appleton - - . . 423 

Crompton of Great-Driffeild - - 419 

Crompton of Sunderlandwyke - - - 481 

Croston of Threske - - - . 77 

D ALTON of Swyne - - - - 217 

Danby of Great Leake - - - 402 

Darcy of Colborne - - 506 

Davile of Kirkby-Fleetham - - 522 

Davye of Fockerby - - . - 371 

Denton of Nawton - - - 372 

Dewick of Kingston-super-Hull - - . 425 

DoDswoRTH OF Thorneton-Watlas - - 26 

Dolman of Pocklington - - - - 161 

Drake of Ripon - - - 30 

Driffeild of Easingwold - - . 479 

Eaton of Darfield - . - 253 

Edmunds of Worsbrough - - - . 237 

Egerton of Allarston - - - - 370 

Ellerker of Yolton - - - . 225 

Elmehirst of Houndhill - - ■ 420 

Empson of Gowle - - - - -213 

Fairfax op Dunsley - - - - 255 

Fairfax of Sledmer - - - 430 

Farside of Filingdale - 503 

Favell of Keirby - . 390 

Feilding of Starford - - 512 

Ferrand of Flashy - - - 95 

Ferrand of Westhall - - 305 

Forster of Rothwell - - - - 196 



Fletcher of Towton - - - ' 

Franke of Knighton - - - ' "^^^ 

Franks of Pomfret - - - " 

Frankland of Aldwarke 

Gasgoigne of Barnbow - - - - 

Gates of Thorne-Parke 

Gee of Bishop-Burton - - - - 

Geldart of Wigginthorpe 

Gere of Great Barugh 

Gere of Great Broughton - 

Graham of Norton-Conyers 

Greene of Horsforth 

Greenwood of Stapleton 

Grey of Beverley - - - ■ 

Grymston of Frasthorpe and Drynge 

Grymston of Grymston Garth and Goodmadham 

Hardy of Wetwang - - - ' 

Harrison of Acaster 

Harrison of Allerthorpe 

Harrison of Caton 

Harrison of Hornesey 

Hassell of Hutton upon Daewent - 

Hatfeild of Haitfeild 

Hatfeild of Laughton-in-le-Morthing 

Headlam of Kexby - - - ' 

Hellard of Kilham 

Herbert of Yorke - - - " 

Hildyard of Beverley 

HORNE OF MeXBURGH - " " " 

HORSLEY OF Beckhouse - - " - 424 

Horsley of Full-Sutton . - - 423 

HORTON OF BaRKISLAND - " " ' ^^^ 

Hotham of Scorborough 

Hunt of Stainton - - - - 

Hunter of Thorneton - - - - 

Ingleby of Lawkland 

Jackson of Whitby - - - ■ 

Johnston of Pomfret - - - ' ^1^ 

Kellam of Pontefeact 

KiLLINGBECK OF ChAPELL-AlLERTON 

Lacock of Coppenthorpe 
Lake of Castleford 



173 
417 
97 
310 
20 
280 
377 
378 

16 
400 
233 
486 
244 
238 
429 

80 
269 
500 
178 
439 
329 
326 
250 
462 
325 
331 
120 



260 



157 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



Lambert of Kingston upon Hull ■ - 488 

Lamont of North Burton . . - - 252 

Langdale of Snainton - - - - 433 

Langley of Yorke - - - - - 171 

Layton of Barroughby - - - - 350 

Layton of Whitehouse ... - 432 

Lee of Pinchingthorpb - - . 266 

Leedes of Hopenthorne - - - - 37 

Leedes of North Milford ... 39 

Levingstoun of Danby Forest - - - 376 

Lloyd of Hardwick ... - 490 

Lockwood of Sowerby ... - 294 

Lovell of Skelton - - - 405 
Lutton of Knapton .... 228 

Manby of Middleton .... 427 
Mares of Sedbridge .... 431 

Marshall of Aislaby Grange - - - 497 

Mascall of Yorke - - - - - 317 

Mellish of Doncaster - . - - 275 

Metcalfe of North-Allerton - - - 283 

lilETCALFE OF ThORNBOROUGH - - - 285 

Metham of Metham - - - - - 82 

Moore of Lower Harrop - - - 444 

More of Angram Grange . . - . 496 

MoRLEY OF Newton upon Ouse - - - 463 
Moreton of Spouthouse .... 514 

MoRTqN OF Wrath House - - - 516 

Mottram of Bishopdyke Hall - - - 480 

Mould of Yorke .... 473 

Mountney of Rotherham - - - - 52 

MoYSER of Beverley .... 87 
Nary of Malton ..... 236 

Nesbit of Yorke - - - - 315 

Newarke of Acham - - - - 313 

Newton of Bagdale Hall - - - 495 

Noell of Hayholme - - - - 237 

Oglethorpe of Brandesby - - - 465 

Orme of South Newbold - . . . 447 

Palleser of Newby .... 477 
Palmes of Naburne .... 287 

Parker of Brousholme ... 379 

Payler of Thoroby - - - - 15 



CONTENTS. 



Pearson of Lowthorpe - - - 388 

Peirse of Lasenby - - - - - 35 

Pennyman of Ormesby . - - 70 

Percehay of Ryton - - - - 435 

Perkinson of Carleton - - - - 352 

PiNKNEY OF SiLTON PaYNELL - - - 421 

PocKLEY OF Thorpe Willoughby - - 517 

PORTINGTON OF MaLTON . . - - 323 

Pricket of Allerthorpe - - - 519 

Raynes oe Apleton-in-the-Streete ... 456 

Remington of Lund . . - - 493 

Richardson of North Bierley ... 300 

Ripley of Kingston-super-Hull - - 324 

Robinson of Dighton - - - - 398 

Robinson of Farmanby - - - 282 

Robinson of Kirkby-Ravenswath - - - 336 

Robinson of Rither - - - - 413 

ROBYNSON OF Thicket - - - " 169 

RoBYNsoN OF Thorneton-Riseboeough - - 167 

Rosse of Chapell Allerton - - - - 176 

St. Quintin of Harpham - - - 184 

Scudamore of Leedes - - - - 55 

scudamoee of overton - - ' 518 

ShILLETO OF YORKE . . - - 475 

Skelton of Middleton - - - 437 

Simpson of Wetherby . . - - 239 

Slingar of Catlow - - - - 464 

Smelt of Kirby Fleetham . - - - 507 

Smith of Sneinton - - - - 197 

Smithson of Moulton - - - - 492 

Snawsell of Bilton . - - - 354 

Sotwell of Catlinghill - - - - 210 

Sowray of Yorke - - - - 127 
Sowtheby of Birdsall .... 128 

Spenser of Leeds - - - - 78 

Stables of Tanshelfe - - - - 460 

Stephenson of Swynflete - - - 521 

Stillington of Kelfield - - - - 473 

Stoutville of Humanby - - - 142 

Strickland of Boynton - - - - 122 

Sympson of Ryton - - - - 257 

Talbot of Thorneton-le-Streete - - - 8 



111. DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 

PAGE 

Tayler of Coates - - - - 342 

Taylor of Temple Hurst - - - - 491 

Taylor of Yorke .... 522 

Thompson of Humbleton - - - - 41 

Thompson of Kilham . . . . 14.8 

Thorpe of Danthorpe . . . . 449 

Throckmorton of Burnebutts . . - 375 

TiNDALL OF BrOTHERTON - - - - 12 

Tocketts of Tocketts - - - . 445 
ToPHAN OF Aglethorpe .... 448 

Wakefield of Seassey - - - 367 

Waller of Sykehouse - - - - 344 

Wastell of Scorton ... - 254 

Watson of Easthage - - - - 165 

Wayte of Layburne .... 437 

Wentworth of South-Empsall - - - 363 

Wheathe of Langtoft - - - 347 

Wilberfosse of Wilberfosse - - - - 467 

Wilkinson of Manningham - - - 476 

Wilkinson of Pontefract - - - - 387 

Wittie of Yorke - - - - 139 

Wood of Thorpe - - - - - 183 

Wormeley of Rikhall - - - 357 

WORSLEY OF HoVINGHAM - - - - 56 

Wright of Bolton upon Swale - - - 455 

Wyvell of Osgodby - - - - 90 

Wyvell of Bellarby ... - 489 

Yarbrough of Appleton - - - - 62 

Yarbrough of Snayth ... 62 

Yarburgh of Doncaster - - - - 68 

YowARD of Westerdale ... 318 




IBiigiiaU's Visitation of 1|orksbirf, 

WITH ADDITIONS. 
Edited by J. W. CLAY, F.S.A. 
EwECRossE Wapentakk. Skipton, 17 Aug. 

Enghby 
or ingilby 

of 
latoklanti. 



Arms : — Quarterly : — 

1. Sable, au estoile Argent, a canton Or' (Ingleby). 

2. Gules, a lion rampant Argent, within a bordure engrailed Or 

(Mowbray). 

3. Argent, a chevron counter-embattled between three birds' heads- 

erased Sable (Chaumont). 

4. Argent, a chevron between three lions' heads erased Gules 

(Rocliffe). 
Crest : — A boar's head erect conped Argent, tusked Or. 

I. (SIR) WILUM INGLEBY, of Ripley, in co. Ebor., Es(f.,. 
Inq. P.M. 20 Sept. 20 Hen. VIII (1528) says he died 
20 July that year; mar. Cecelye, daughter of Sir George 
Talhoys, of Kime, in com. Line, K'., and afterwards coheire.. 
They liad issue— 

1. S'' William Inqlchy, of Ripley, in co. Ebor., K'. (Se© 

p. 348). 

2. John (II). 

II. JOHN INGLEBY, Govenwnr of Leeth, in Scotland, temp. 
Edw. 6, of Acomb Grange, purchased the Manors of 
Clapbam (from William Clapham), of Beam.sley, 1572, of 
Lawkland (from Peter Yorke) 1574, and of Button Rudby. 
Will 15 Dec. 1608, pr. at York 17 Jan. 1610-11, bur. 
17 Jan. 1610-11 at Rudby, in Cleveland ; mar. first Anne, 
daughter of Will'm Clapham, of Beamesley, in co. Ebor. 
(rel. of Thomas Thwaites, of Marstoii, and Francis Gale^ 
of Acomb Grange). They had issue — 

' The canton does not seem to have been used by the family. 



; DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 

Thomas (III). 

1. Anne, mar. Sir John Gascoigne, of Lasincroft, she 

d. 20 June 1637. 

2. Margaret. 

S. Elizabeth, mar. Ralph Crcsswell, of Nunkeeling, she 

was bur. there 2 Oct. 1-597. 
4- Joane. 

John, Barrister-at-Law, Gray's Inn, living 24 Sep. 
1624; mar. Frances, eldest sister to Sir Edward 
Goldiug, Bart., of Coulston Bassett. 
Mary. 
Mar. secondly Alice, dau. of Thomas Layton, of Newsham 
(relict of Leonard Coiiyers), s.p. 

III. THOMAS INGLEBY, of Lawkdand, in com. Ebor., Esq':, 
died circa an. 1615, bur. at Clapham Easter Day 1622, 
admon. at York 30 July 1622 ; mar. Alice, daughter of 
S'' Raphe Lawson, of Brough, in co. Ebor., 10. They had 
issue — 

1. John (IV). 

2. William Ingleby, of PaUthorp, in co. Ebor., d. 26 Oct. 

1636, bur. at Bolton Percy, admon. at York 
12 Xov. 1636; mar. Mary, dau. of William Hill, 
of Knaresborough. They had issue — 

1. John, of Pallethorp. 

2. William, of Pallethorp, bp. at Bolton Percy 

16 Apr. 1635, bur. 22 Dec. 1679 at St. 
Martin's, Coney Street, York. AVill 28 
Nov. 1679 ; mar. Mary Atkinson. They 
had issue — 

1. William, bur. 27 June 1669 at St. 

Martin's. 

2. John, bp. 14 Apr. 1669 at St 

Martin's, York. He had issue — 
William, bp. 29 Aug. 1693 at 
Bolton Percy. 

3. Francis, of Crownest, Lawkland, 

bp. 29 May 1672 at St. Martin's, 
York, bur. 13 Jan. 1717 at Clap- 
ham ; mar. first Olive Hodgson 
1690, bur. 31 July 1694 at 
Skipton ; mar. secondly Con- 
stance . . . 

4. Arthur, bp. 13 May 1673 at St. 

Martin's. 
Mary, bp. 8 Dec. 1670 at St. 
Martin's. 
Mary. 

Anne, bp. at Bolton Percy 19 Sept. 1631. 
Anne, bp. at Bolton Percy 10 Jan. 1632-3. 
S. Francis, died unmarried. 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 6 

7. Anne, tvife of William. Gliarnock, of Leyland, in co. 
Lane. 

2. Cath., wife of . . . Kay, of Cleveland, in co. Ebor. 

3. Mary, icife of William Watson, of Austwiek, in com. 

Ehor. 



IV. JOHN INGLEBY, of Lawkeland, in co. Ebor., Esq., died 
29 Nov. a" lb'4S, pui-chased Manors of Thoi-pe and Wycliffe, 
d. intestate 28 Nov. 1648, bur. at Claplmm, adnion. at York 
1651 ; mar. 1624 Isahdl, da. of Nich. Toivneley, of Royle, 
in CO. Lane, Esq., 1 wife. They had issue — 

1. Isabell, ■'vife of Richard Sherburne, of Stanihurst, in 

CO. Lane, Esq':, bur. 11 Apr. 1693. 

2. Catherine, died unmarried, bur. 2-5 Oct. 1649 at 

Burnley. 
Mar. Mary, da. of S'' Thu. Lake, of Cannons, in co. Midd., 
KK, 2 ivife, bur. 19 Nov. 1667 at Clapham. They had 
issue — 

1. Thomas, died unmarried, bur. at Clapham 30 Oct. 

1641. 

2. Arthur Inylehy, of Laivkeland, Esq':, cet. S2 an. 

17 Auy. 1665, bp. at Clapham 11 Nov. 1632, bur. 
there 24 June 1701 ; mar. 3 Jan. 1654 Margery^ 
daughter of William Fe7-rington, of Werden, in co. 
Lane, Esq''., bur. 8 Sept. 1713 at Clapham. 

3. John, bur. 23 June 1638 at Claplmm. 

4. Columbus (V). 

5. Sir Charles, Kt., of Austwiek Hall, called to 

the Bar 1671, Baron of the Exchequer 6 July 
1688, then Knighted, a Roman Catholic, fined for 
refusing to take oath to King William (Foss' 
Judges), bp. at Clapham 20 Feb. 1644, bur. there 
6 Aug. 1719 ; mar. Alathea, dau. of Richard 
Eyston, of Saxton, bur. 19 Sept. 1715 at Clapham. 
They had issue — 

Thomas, of Austwiek Hall, Barrister-at-Law,. 
bp. at Clapham 15 June 1684, bur. there 
13 Feb. 1729; mar. Elizabeth, dau. of 
William Husband, of Bentham Hall. They 
had issue — 
Charles, d. inf. 

Charles, of Austwiek, b. 22 Aug. 1724, 
bur. 14 Sept. 1773 at Clapham; mar. 
Agnes, dau. of George Jackson, bur. 
at Clapham 15 Feb. 1806. They had 
issue — 

Tliomas, d. unm. 
Charles, d. inf. 

Agnes, b. 23 Mar. 1763, bur. at 
Clapham 5 Feb. 1799. 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 

Anne, b. 15 Sept. 1765, died 

14 Apr. 1844, bur. at Clapham. 

Elizabeth, mar. Charles Ingleby, 

of Austwick (see p. 224 below). 

Dorothea, d. unmar. 

Mary, mar. James Bond, of Stainforth 

and Bury St. Edmunds. 
Milicent, d. unmar. 

Elizabeth, mar. James Carr, of Giggles- 
wick. 
Dorothea, bp. 27 Feb. 1681 at Clapham. 
Mary, bp. 25 Apr. 1683 at Clapham; mar. 

William Estcourt, of Cowitch, co. Wilts. 
Alethea, bp. 23 Sept. 1685 at Clapham, bur. 
17 July 1770 at Giggleswick ; mar. . . . 
Fell, an apothecary in London. 
Anna, b. 2 Aug. 1688, a Nun at Liege. 

1. Mary, d. unmar., bur. at Clapham S Sept. 1637. 

2. Eliz. 

Frances, mar. Christopher Maire, of Hartbushes, co. 
Durham. 

V. COLUMBUS INGLEBY, of Clapdale and Austwick, afterwards 
of Lawkland Hall, bp. at Clapham 28 Sept. 1642, bur. there 
15 May 1716 ; mar. at Leeds 9 Dec. 1676 Ann Procter, of 
Leeds, bur. at Clapham 25 May 1737. They had issue — 

John Ingleby, of Lawkland Hall and Thorpe, which 
he sold, bp. at Clapham 25 Mar. 1679, bur. there 
28 Sept. 1743. Will 18 Sept., pr. at York 1 Dec. 
1743 ; mar. Troth, dau. of William Bradshaigh, 
of Bishop Middleham, sett. 29 May 1701, bur. at 
Clapham 6 Feb. 1759. They had issue- 
Arthur, bp. at Clapham 20 Oct. 1709, bur. 

there 30 Oct. 1713. 
William, bp: at Clapham S Jan. 1710-1, d. 

s.p. 
John Stephen, Lord of the Manor of Lawk- 
land Hall, succeeded his father, bp. at 
Clapham 27 Dec. 1716, buried there 
26 Jan. 1789, d. unmar. Will 24 May 
1782, leaving his estates to his cousin 
Columbus. 
Margery Ann, had £400 in her father's will, 
bp. at Clapham 6 Jan. 1702, bur. there 
17 June 1783. 
Catherine, bp. at Clapham 16 Nov. 1705, 

bur. there 20 May 1706. 

Mary Alathea, bp. at Clapham 25 Mar. 

1707, d. unmar., bur. there 23 Apr. 1761. 

Isabel, bp. at Clapham 5 June 1708, a Nun, 

Lady Abbess of the Convent at Cambrai. 



DUGDALE S VISITATION OK YORKSHIRE. 

Thomas (VI). 

Mary, bp. 8 Nov. 1677 at Clapham. 

Margery, bp. 29 May 1681 at Clapham. 

Margaret, bp. at Clapham 5 Aug. 1683; mar. at 

Horton in Ribblesdale 27 Oct 1705, Chri.stopher 

Procter, of Ingleton, bur. 19 Feb. 1736 at 

Clapham. 
Elizabeth, bp. at Clapham 19 May 1689; mar. there 

25 Feb. 1717 Thomas Bank, of Austwick. 

VI. THOMAS INGLEBY, of Austwick Bridge End, bp. at 
Clapham 21 Dec. 1685, bur. there 17 Oct. 1765 ; mar. Agnes 
. . . , bur. at Clapham 28 July 1766. They liad issue — 

1. Columbus (VII). 

2. Thomas, of Clapham, bp. there 20 Feb. 1726-7, bur. 

there 28 Nov. 1807, uiiraar. 

3. John, a merchant, of Preston, co. Lancaster, bp. at 

Clapham, 10 Apr. 1729, bur. there 10 Sept. 1788, 
unmar. 
Anne, bp. at Clapham 7 Mar. 1730, bur. there 

17 June 1773. 

VII. COLUMBUS INGLEBY, of Austwick and Lawkland Hall, 
where he succeeded his cousin John Stephen Ingleby, bp. 
at Clapham 5 Dec. 172-t, bur. there 19 Nov. 1801. Will 
17 Mar. 1789; mar. Ellen, dau. of Thomas Abbotson, of 
Kilnsey Hall, at Rylstone, 2 June 1752, bur. at Clapham 
12 Apr. 1795. They had issue— 

1. Thomas, bp. at Conistone 2 June 1756-7, bur. at 

Clapliam 6 Mar. 1779. 

2. John, bp. at Clapham 29 June 1762, bur. there 

25 July 1768. 

3. John Abbotson (VIII). 

4. Columbus, bp. at Clapham 18 Aug. 1768, bur. there 

18 May 1769. 

,5. Charles, of Austwick, Major in the Craven Legion, 
bp. at Clapham 12 May 1770, d. 30 Jan. 1850, bur. 
there ; mar. first Elizabeth, dau. of Charles and 
sister and heiress of Thomas Ingleby, of Austwick, 
b. 14 Feb. 1789, d. s.p. 26 Sept. 1818, bur. at 
Clapham. 

Mar. secondly Ellen, dau. of William Carr, of 
Stackhou.se, d. 23 Oct. 1848, bur. at Clapham. 
They had issue — 

Elizabeth, b. 12 July 1821, d. 3 Dec. 1837, 
bur. at Clapham. 

■6. Arthur, of Clapdale Hall and Beck House, Austwick, 
sold Clapdale to James Farrer, of Ingleborough, 
bp. at Clapham 4 June 1773, d. 21 May 1852, bur. 
there; mar. 18 Apr. 1795 Agnes, dau. of William 



6 UUGIMLKS VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 

Ash, of Austwick, d. 20 Mar. 1817, bur. at 
Clapham. The}' had issue — 

William, bp. at Clapham 2 Oct. 1797, bur. 

there 11 May 1831. 
Thomas, bp. at Clapham 8 Aug., bur. there 

17 Oct. 1799. 
Thomas, of Crow Nest, near Austwick, born 
9 June 1804, bp. at Clapham, d.s.p. 18 Apr. 
1845, bur. there ; mar. Alice, dau. of 
Francis Howson, d. 17 Apr. 1883, bur. at 
, Clapham. 

Agnes, bp. 16 Jan. 1802, mar. Samuel 
Powell, of Harrogate. 
Agnes, bp. at Conistone 1 April 1753, bur. at 

■"Clapham 1 July 1815. 
Ellen, bp. at Clapham 16 Mav, bur. there 1 8ept. 

1765. 
Betty, bp. at Clapham 6 Dec. 1766, d. there 17 June 

1769. 
Ellen Abbotson, of Austwick Bridge End, bp. at 
Clapham 18 Aug. 1768, bur. there 26 Oct. 1842. 

VIII. JOHN ABBOTSON INGLEBY,' of Lawkland Hall, Major 
in the Craven Legion, bp. at Clapham 15 Jan. 1764, d. 
21 Oct. 1831, bur. there; mar. Margaret, dau. of Richard 
Hodgson, of Westhouse, 7iear Thornton, 19 June 1787, d. 
26 Mar. 1824, bur. at Clapham. They had issue— 

1. Thomas (IX). 

2. John, Lieutenant 53rd Regiment, bp. 18 Jan. 1793, d. 

in India 4 June 1818. 

3. Arthur, of Lancaster, Lieutenant 1st Roval Dragoons, 

bp. at Clapham IS Mar. 1794, d. 10 Apr. 1824, 
bur. at Lancastei- ; mar. Bessy, dau. of James 
Procter, of Lancaster, d. 18 June 1857. They left 
issue. 

4. Robert, of Austwick, bp. at Clapham 29 Aug. 1795,. 

d. there .24 Apr. 1863 ; mar. Marj', dau. of William. 
King, of Austwick. They left issue. 

5. Columbus, of London, bp. at Clapham 30 Ma}' 1802, 

d. 1848, bur. at Kensal Green ; mar. Anne, dau. of 

. . . Todd, M.D., d. 1 Aug. 1858, bur. at Kensal 

Green. 
Ellen, bp. at Clapham 27 Apr. 1789; mar. there 

27 Sept. 1814 James Battv Brown, of Stainforth, 

and d. 4 Oct. 1860. 
Margaret, bp. at Clapham 20 Aug. 1797, bur. there 

19 Feb. 1825. 



1 The whole family were staunch Roman Catholics till John Abbotson 
Ingleby. The name seems to have been spelled indiscriminately Ingleby 
and Ingilby. 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE-. 7 

Elizabeth, bp. at Clapham 16 Mar. 1799, bur. there 

6 Mar. 1813. 
Agnes, bp. at Clapham 5 Apr. 180-5, bur. there 

21 Apr. 1822. 

TX. THOMAS INGLEBY, of Lawkland Hall, Lord of the 
Manor, bp. at Clapham 8 Apr. 1788, bur. there 6 Dec. 18-16 ; 
mar. Margaret, dau. of Christopher Brown, of Stainforth, d. 
26 Feb. 18.52, bur. at Clapham. They had issue— 

1. John, b. at Clapham 10 July 1817, d. 18 Apr. 1818. 

2. Thomas, of Lawkland Hall, Lord of the Manor, 

Barrister-at-Law, b. at Clapham 7 Jan. 1821, d. 
uumar. 17 Feb. 1850, bur. there. 

3. Christopher (X). 

Elizabeth, b. 12 July 1815; mar. 28 Apr. 1841 

Thomas Bairstow, of Ro^•d Hill, Kildwick, and d. 

30 Sept. 1878. 
Isabel, d. unmar. 
Anne, b. 20 Feb. 1823 ; mar. 16 June 1842 John 

William Foster, of Clapham and Horton, in 

Ribblesdale. 
Margaret, b. 20 July 1827, d. 22 Dec. 1894. 
'Ellen, b. 20 July 1827, d. 24 Mar. 1828. 



X. CHRISTOPHER INGLEBY, ESQ., of Lawkland Hall, 
J.R, b. 17 Mar. 1824, d. 1 Nov. 1889, bur. at Clapham; 
mar. at Kendal 4 Dec. 1849 Anne, dau. of Thomas Watters, 
of Kendal, b. 13 Mar. 1817, d. 13 Apr. 1891, bur. at 
Clapliam. They had issue — 

Charles, d. inf. 

Arthur (XI). 

XL REV. ARTHUR INGLEBY, of Lawkland Hall, J.R, of 
Tiinity College, Cambridge, b. 9 Dec. 1852 ; mar. 7 Sept. 
1880 Constance Alice Ynvr, dau. of Rev. Edw. Cadogan. 
They have issue- 
Alice Ynyr Christabel. 

Authorities — Inforniation from John Foster, Esq., of Horton, in 
Ribblesdale — Wills — Registers. 



DUGDALES VISITATION OP YORKSHIRE. 

ALr.ERTONsHiEE WAPENTAKE. Threske, 23 Aug. 1665. 




ialbot 



of 



®bnrnrton-l£-^tr££t£. 



-Quarterly : — 

1. Argent, three lions rampant purpura 

2. Per pale [Gules] and [Sable], a lion 

ducally crowned Or] (Bellars). 

3. [Gules], three cross crosslets fitchee 

4. Quarterly . . . and ... a bend. 



(Talbot). 

rampant [gardant Argent 



ad a chief [Or] (Arderne). 



12. 



ield, quarterly of twelve : — 
Argent, three lions rampant puvpure (Talbot). 
Quarterly Or and Gules. 
Or, an escarbuncle Sable (Mandeville). 
Vairee Or and Gules, a bordure Argent semee of lozenges Sable- 

(Ferrers). 
Gules, two lions passant in pale Argent, on a canton Sable a 

fret Or. 
Per pale Gules and Sable, a lion rampant gardant Argent 

ducally crowned or (Bellars). 
Azure, three mascles Or, a crescent for difference (Catterall). 
Argent, two bars Azure, in chief as many escallops Gules 

(Halton). 
Gules, three cross crosslets fitchfe and a chief Or (Ardeme). 
Or, a chevron Gules between three martlets Sable. 
Argent, on a bend between six martlets Gules three bezants 

(Wortley). 
Azure, three crescents Argent (Wannerville of Hemsworth). 



There are two pedigrees of Talbot of Thornton in Dugdale's Visitation, 
one carrying the family far back at Bashall in Lancashire. They are 
amalgamated here, and begin when the Yorkshire branch settled at Thornton- 
le-Street. 



I. JOHN TALBOT (a younger son of Thomas Talbot of 
Bashall and Alicia dau. of Sir Thomas Tempest of Brace- 
well), Lord of the Manor of Hymsworth ju. ux., bought 
the Manor of Thornton of Henr. Everinyham, of Birkin, 
and Heiiry Everingham, of Stainbergh (Stainborough), his 
son ; died before SI U. 8 ; mar. Isabella, sole daughter 
and heir of Thomas Wortley, Knight, who brought to her 
husband the Manor of Hymsworth and other lands. They 
had issue- - 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 9 

Wicho\a,s Talliot, of Hymsworth, son and heir, 33 H. 8. 
Will 16 Nov. 1541, pr. London 18 Feb. 1541-2 
(Spert 2). Inq. P.M. 21 Apr., 33 Hen. VIII 
(1542); mar. . . . They had issue — 

Antony, son and heir, sold Hymsworth to 
Tho. Gargrave, Knt., 19 Eliz. 
John (II). 
Antony. 
Roger. 

JOHN TALBOT, second son, had the Manor of 7'hornton 
and lands in Otterington with the advowson of the same 
church by gift of his father, SI U. 8, 1539-40, died 
Jf." MaricB R, 1556-7, buried in the church of Thornt07i ; 
mar. Eliz., dau. of Will. Lambert of Oulton, in the 
Bishoprick of Durham, bi/ Elizabeth, sister of Tho. Tempest 
of the Bishoprick of Durham, Knt, widow . . . Wethereld 
of Thorpefield. They had issue — 

John (III). 

Richard, s.p. 

Robert. 



[I. JOHN TALBOT,! of Thornton-le-Street ; mar. Alice, dau. 
of . . . Walker, of Bedale. They had issue — 

Antony, son and heir, died at the Inner Temple, 

unmarried. 
Roger (IV). 

Thomas Talbot, brother of Roger, had lands in 
Otterington by gift of his father. Will 20 Feb. 
1608-9, pr. at York 22 April 1615 ; mar. first, 
Clare, dau. of Robert Bierley, of Pickhill. They 
had issue — 

Anthony, died s.p. 

Clare, mar. James Greene, of Newsam. 
Jane, mar. Thomas Tayte or Tayrte, of 
Huby, lie 1591. 
Mar. secondly Elizabeth, dau. of Oswald Dent, of 
York. They had issue — 

Jolin, son and heir, xt. twenty-one 1612, 
signed Visitation. 
• Dorothy, mar. first William Deyvill, of 

Angram ; secondly, Thomas Danby, of 
Leake, lie. 1614. 
Richard Talbot of Woodend, died a" 1635, bur. in 
the church of Tliornton ; mar. Isabel, dau. of 
George Brathwaite, of Gawhagg, co. York (Glover). 
They had issue — 

John, son and heir, jet. twenty-five, 1612. 

This generation is omitted by Dugdale. 



10 DUGUALE's visitation ok YORKSHIRE. 

George. 
Elizabeth. 
Ann. 
Winifrid. 
Anne, mar. Anthon)' Bierley. 

IV. ROGER TALBOT, brother and ho.ir, Lord of Thornton, died 
31 EUz. 158^, bur. in the Church or 'Thornton; mar. 
Cath., dau. or William Bate, of Diyhton, by EUz., dau. 
of Leonard Warcop, or Tanfeild, died 1620, bur. in the 
church of Thornton. Thev had issue — 

1. John (V). 

2. William, of Knaton, 2'^ son, died 1635, mar. 

Alicia. They had issue — 

Roger, of Knaton, bur. at Leake, .3 Dec. 
1662; mar. Jane Redmaine, lie. 1642. 
They had issue — 
John. 
Roger. 
EUz., wife of George Metcalfe, o/Porch House,. 
North- jlZ/erton ; mar. at St. Helen's, York, 
29 July 1624. 
Catherine, wife of W'" Pinkney, of Silton- 
Paynel. 
S. Michaell, of Banby-super- Wiake, mar. . . . Had 
issue — 

William. 
Roger. 
4. Thomas, had lands at Appleton, died at York and 
there buried 1657, at Belfreys, 27 Dec. 1655 ;. 
mar. Anna, dau. of James Ward, of Rokewith, 
by Anna, dau. of John Smith, younger son of 
George Smith, of Esh, in the Bishoprick of Dur- 
ham, and sis/er and coheiress of John Ward, lie. 
1610, d'li'd 1635, bur. in the church of Thornton. 
They had issue — 

Francis, killed in the war, 161^8. 
Thomas, mar. Anna, sister of John Rush- 
worth. 
Anna, ivife of Will. Kennet, of Hnmoick,. 

in the Bishoprick of Durham, Arm. 
EUz., wife of Toby Wright, of Winaldston,. 
in the Bishoprick of Durham, after- 
wards of Will. Blackett, of Wodecross. 

V. JOHN TALBOT, of Thornton, in com. Ebor., Esq'; died 

in a" 1645, or thereabout, bur. at Thornton, 12 May 1643;. 

raar. Frances, daughter of John Crosland, of Hemsley, in 

com,. Ebor., at Helmslev, 23 Nov. 1596. Thev had issue — 

1. John (VI). 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 11 

2. Charles, died %mmarried, bp. 1 Sept. 1599, bur. 

28 June 1652 at Thornton. 
1. Mary, wife of Christopher Fauconbridye, of South 

Ottrinyton, in co. Ebor. 
S. Jane, died unman-ied, bur. at Thornton, 5 Aug. 

1623. 

VI. JOHN' TALBOT, of Tho.neton in k Streete, Esq^, died in 
<i" 1659, :et. U, 1G12, Colonel in the Royal Army, 
Deputy Governor of Helmsley Castle, a Compounder, fined 
£574 in 1646, bur. 8 May 1659, at Thornton. Admon. at 
York 1659 ; mar. Jane, dauyhter of Royer Southaby, of 
Pocklinyton, in co. Ebor., bur. at Thornton 19 Aug. 1658. 
They had issue — 

Roger (VII). 

John. 

1. Jane, died unmarried, bur. 26 Mar. 1659. 

2. Isabell, wife of Rich. Meynill, a younyer son of Tho. 

Meynill, of Kilvington, in com. Ebor. 
S. Cath., wife of Rowland Uurwood, batchelour of law, 

Minister of Thornton-le-Street. 
j^. Mary, wife of Timothy Cliburne, of Cliburne, in co. 

Westmerl. 
5. Elizabeth. ' 

VII. ROGER TALBOT, of Thometon in the Streete, Esq''., mt. 
Jfi an. 2-3 Aiuj. 1665, Captain in the Royalist Army, M.P. 
for Northallerton 1661, J.P., died 2 Oct. 1680, bur. at 
Thornton. M.I. ; mar. Eliz., daugh. of Ambrose Pudsey, 
of Bolton in Craven, in co. Ebor., Esq''., bur. 28 Dec^ 
1694, at Thornton. They had issue — 

1. Roger (VIII). 

2. Ambrose, of London. 

1. Bridget, bp. at Thornton, 28 Aug. 1654. 

2. Jane, bp. at Thornton ; mar. there. 

5. Elizabeth, named in her brother Roger's will, 1715. 
4- Anne, named in her brother Roger's will. 

6. Catherine. 

6. Florentia, bur. at St. Michael-le-Belfry, York, 17 June 
1685. 
Mary, b. 22 July 1667. 

VIII. ROGER TALBOT, ESQ., of Wood End, mt. 6 ann. 2^i Auy. 
1665, bur. at Thornton 20 July 1717. Will 30 Jaii. 
1714-5, pr. at York ; mar. Elizabeth . . . , bur. at Thornton, 
14 Mar. 1689. They had issue - 

John, bp. at Thornton 21 May 1683. 

Roger (IX). 

Henry, bp. at Thornton 9 June 1687, named in his 

father's will. 
Catherine, bp. at Thornton, 12 Dee. 1688 ; mar. 
John Turner, Esq., of Stainsby. 



12 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF VORKSHIRE. 



IX. ROGER TALBOT, E8Q., of Wood End, bp. at Thornton 
13 Feb. 16f5. Adnion. 13 Ua.y 1723 ; mar. Elizabeth, 
dau. of Sir Thomas Frankland, Bart., hp. at St. Mary 
Woolnoth, 27 Mar. 1696. Thpv liad issue — 
Roger (X). 

Elizabeth, b. 9 July 171.5; mar. Colonel William 
Gee, of Bishop Burton, who was killed at 
Fontenoy. Their son, Roger Gee, Esq., sold Wood 
End to Samuel Crompton, Esq. 

X. ROGER TALBOT, ESQ., of Wood End, M.P. for Thirsk, 
1754-61, b. 1.5 Aug. 1713, d. s.p. Mar. 1777, bur. at 
Thornton. M.L Will 16 April 1765, pr. 20 Mar. 1778; 
mar. Sarah, dau. of William Ward, of York (relict of 
Sir Robert Fagge, of Wiston, co. Sussex, Bart.), bur. at 
Thornton 10 Dec. 1791, set. Hi. 



Babkeston — Ashe Wap. 






Yorke, 13° Aug. 

fiutrall 

of 
hothtxtan. 



ei three crescents of the 



1,-^iS 



Arms : — Quarterly : — 

1. Argent,' a fess dancettee Gules, 

second (Tindall). 

2. Or, a lion rampant Gules. 

3. Gules, six escallops Argent, three, two and one. 

4. [Argent, a fess between] three fleurs-de-lis [Sable] (Baildon). 
Crest : — Out of a ducal coronet Or a plume of five ostrich feathers Ermin( 

banded of the last. 



THOMAS TYNDALL, mar. Cicely, dau. of . 
Salop. They had issue — 
Thomas (11). 
Philip. 
Rowland. 



. Springe, of 



• In Glover's and Flower' 
Sa. 3 garbs Or. 



Visitations the arms are given : — Arg. on a fess 



UUGDALK's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 13 

II. THOMAS TYNDALL, mar. Constance, dau. of Geivase 
Clifton, a younger brother to 8ir Uervase Clifton. They 
had issue — 

1. Tliomas, son and heir. Had issue — 

William Tyndall, died sans issue at Lincoln. 
■2. John (III). 

3. William, d. s.p. (Flower). 

4. Antony. 

5 Gervase, d. s.p. (Flower). — /> ^is' 
6. Robert. 

III. JOHN TYNDALL, heir to his nephew ; mar. Jane, dau. of 

William Dyneley, of Downham, co. Lancaster. They had P-'^i 
issue — 

1. William (IV). 

2. Peter Tindall, of Allerton and Wath, living 1585; 

mar. Margery, dau. of Sir Anthony Nevill, of 
Leverton, co. Notts. They had issue — 

1. John. 

2. Alexander. 

3. Peter. 

Frances, mar. Michael Constable, of Byram, 
third son of Sir Philip Constable, of 
Everingham, lie. 5 Jan. 1601-2. 

Elizabeth, mar. William Hammond, of Scar- 
thingwell. 

Francis, mar. John Holmes, of Adwick. 

IV. WILLIAM TINDALL, of Brotherton, living 1585; mar. 

Elizabeth, dau. of John Leigh, of the Ridge, co. Cestr. /■*"is' 
They had issue — 

1. John (V). 

2. William. 

3. Frances. 

Jane, mar. Edward Jones, of Wales. 
Elizabeth. 

V. JOHJf^ TINDALL, of Brotherton, in co. Mor., Esq':, signed 

the Visitation of 1585; mar. Dorothy, dau. of Martin Anne, />S^i- 
of Frickley, in co. Ebor. They had issue — 

1. Francis (VI). 

2. Will'm Tindall, at the siege of Pontefract. 
Bartholomeiv Tindall, ob. s. prole ; married Mary, da. 

of . . . Farmer, of Hamilton. 
John, d. s.p. 
Mary, d. s.p. , 

VI. FRANCIS TINDALL, of Brotherton, Esq':, dyed in a" 16^7 

or thereabouts, admitted at Gray's Inn 8 Feb. 1602-3 ; mar. /, fir- 
Edith, daughter and sole heire to Leonard Reresby, of Barn- 
burtjh, third son to Lionell Reresby, of Thriberyh, in com. 
Ebor., Esq"". They had issue — 



14 DUGDALe's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

1. Henry (VII). 

2. Leonard Tindall, Lieutent.-CoU. under S'' John 

Ramsden, Kn'., in the service, of K. Charles P', at 
the siege of Poiitefract. 
AfiiT— 3. George. 

4- Francis Tindall, mar. . . . da. & coh. of . . . Palmer, 

of . . . in CO. Line. 
6. John, died unmarr. 

1. Anne, wife of Edicard Lowdon, of Wrenthorpe, in co. 

Ehm: 

2. Eliz., wife of John Cartwright, of Wheatley M'oods, 

in CO. Ebor. 

5. Cath., wife of John Lincoln, gent. ; mar. at Metliley 

11 Dec. 1652. 
4.. Mary. 

6. Ellen. 

Dorothy (Glover). 

VII. HENRY TINDALL, of Brotheiton, ohijt patre vivo, set. three 

at Visitation of 1612, d. 8 June 1651 at Wrenthorp Hall, 
hfvf bur. at Pontefraet ; mar. Lucie, da. of Sir John Jackson, of 

Edderthorpie, in com. Ebor., K'., one of his Ma'''" Councell 
at Yorke for y Ncn-thern Parts of this Realme, hp. at 
Belfreys, York, 1 Mar. 1608-9. They had issue— 
Bradwardine (VIII). 
William, Tindall, Citizen of London. 
Lucie, wife of 5'' WilVm, Jobson, of Cudrvorth, Bar'., 
of Nova Scotia ; mar. 1 Apr. 1662 at Hoc ton 
Pagnell, and had Thomas dyed in his infancy, 1 
Elizabeth, 2 Lucie ; mar. secondly Sir John 
Jackson, Bart., of Hickleton, as second wife, and 
had a son Sir Bradwardine Jackson, Bart. 
Fienes Tindall (a daughter), died unmarried. 

VIII. BRAD WARDINE TINDALL, of Brotherton, Esq':, wt. 27 

annor. IS Aug. 1666, d. 12 Mar. 1686, bur. at Brotherton, 
M.I. in Chancel ; mar. first Mary, daughter and sole heire 
of Francis Bayldon, of Bayldon, in, co. Ebor., Esq''., at 
Hooton Pagnell 21 Sept. 1665. They had issue- 
Lucy, sole dau. and heiress ; mar. Edward Thompson, 
Esq., of Marston, bur. there 23 Apr. 1715. 
Mar. secondly Margaret, dau. of Antliony Byerley. They 
had a daughter, d. inf. 

Authority — Glovei''s Visitation for earliest part. 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 15 

Bi:cKRosK Wai'KNtake. Malton, ll" Sept. 1666. 




^{lljItT 



of 



iljorobij (ihoralDbp). 



.RMS: — Gules three lions passant g-ardant in pale Ax'^-ent, over all a bend 

Or, charged with as many mullets of six points Sable. 

No proofe made of these Armes. 

I. WILLIAM PAYLER, ESQ., of York. Had issue— 
Sir Edward (II). 
Catlierine, mar. Robert Sotheby, of Birdsall. 

II. SIR EDWARD PAYLER, of Thoraldby, in com. Ebor., 
Bar'., admitted to Gray's Inn 5 June 1592, cr. Baronet 

28 June 1642, died circa an. 16^ (?)1647, set. sixty-five, 
bur. at Bugthorpe, M.I. Will 5 June 1647, pr. at London 

29 Dee. 1649 (Abstract Yorks Record Series, ix, 8); mar. 
first Anne, daughter of William Watkinson, of . . . They 
had issue — 

Watkinson (III). 
1. Mary, tvife of Francis Tophan (Topham), of Ayle- 
ihorpe, in co. Ebor. ; mar. first Edward Saltmar.she, 
of North Kilvington, by whom no issue. 
3. Frances, dyed young. 
Mar. secondly Mary, widow of Sir Thomas Aston, of Aston, 
CO. Chester. 

III. WATKINSON PA YLER, ESQ'-., died in his father's lifetime, 

admitted to Gray's Inn 10 Aug. 1618 ; mar. Margaret, Sd 
daugh. of Thomas, L'^ Vise. Fairfax, of Emeley, in Ireland, 
of Gilling, in com. Ebor. They had issue — 
S'- Watkinson (IV). 
1. Mary, wife of Thomas Ingram, Esq''., eldest son of 
S'' Arthur Ingram, of Temple-Newsam, in com. 
Ebor., KnK, mar. 7 Jan. 16-55, at Langton, bur. 
there 8 Oct. 1656, M.I. 
ii. Anne, died unmarried. 

IV. S'- WATKINSON PAYLER, of Thoroby (Thoraldby), in co. 

Ebor., Bar'., a:t. . . . ann. 11 Sept. 1666, admitted to Gray's 
Inn 23 Mar. 1651-2, M.P. for Malton 1678-85, d. .s.p.m., 
bur. 30 Sept. 1704 from St. Anne's, Soho. Will pr. May 



16 DUGDALe's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

1707; mar. Alathea, dtmghter of S'' I'homas NorcUff, of 
Lantjtoii, in co. Ebor., at Langton, 8 July 1662, bur. at 
Bugthorpe 18 Jan. 1670-1 (C.B.N.). Tliey had is.sue— 
Thomas Payler, dyed young, bp. at Langton 15 May 

1663, bur. there 13 Apr. 1664 (C.B.N.). 
Watkinson (V). 
Dorothy Fayler, mt. 1 anni 1666, bur. 26 Apr. 1681 

(C.B.N.). 
Alethea, bur. at Langton 24 Sept. 1681, ift. fifteen 
(C.B.N.). 

V. WxiTKlNSON PAYLER, ESQ., b. 1668, d. v.p. 23 Jan. 
1703-4, set. thirty-five ; mar. Mary, dau. of John Burnaby, 
of . . . , widow of Sir Laurence Stoughton, Knt., at St. 
Mary Magdalene, Old Fish Street, London, 1 June 1693. 
They had is.sue — 

Mary, grand-daughter and sole heir of Sir Watkinson 
Payler, Bart., b. 1697, d. 21 Dec. 1756 in her 
sixtieth year, bur. at Bugthorpe 9 Jan. 1757, M.I. 
in the Chancel. 
j, Tir- Alethea. 
Authorities — Mr. Norclilfe's notes — G.E.C.'s Baronetage. 



Clarci Wapentake. Knaresborough, 15" Aug. 1665. 

Graham 

Df 

iiorton-ConDrrs. 



Arms : — Quarterly :— 

1. Or, on a cliief Sable three escallops of the field, all within a 

bordure engrailed Azure, a crescent for difference. 
2 and 3. Or, a fess cheeky Argent and Azure, in chief a chevron 

Gules, all within a bordure engrailed of the third. 
4. Azure, six annulets Or, three, two and one. (Musgrave.) 
Crest: — Two wings addorsed Or. 

I. FERGUS GRAHAM, of Plorap, co. Cumberland ; mar. 
Sibill, dau. of William Bell, of Godsbrigg, in Scotland. 
They had issue — 

Sir Richard (II). 




DUODALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 17 

Reynolds or Reginald, executor of his brother Sir 
Richard. 

II. SIB RICHARD GRAHAM, of Netherby, in com. Cumbr., 
K'. and Bar'., died 2S Jan. a" 1650 (1653), cr. a Baronet 
29 Mar. 1629, a Royalist and wounded at Marston Moor, a 
Gentleman of Horse to James I, M.P. for Carlisle 1626 
and 1628-9, purchased Netherby and Norton Conyers,i bur. 
at Wath 11 Feb. 16.53-1. Will 26 Mar. 1653, pr. at 
London (Abs. York. Rec. Ser., ix, 61); mar. Catheritic, 
daughter and coheire. of Thomas Musyrave, of Comcatch 
(Curacatch), in co. Cumbr., Usq., d. 23," bur. 27 Mar. 1649 
at Wath. M.I. They had issue— 

Sir George, Graham, of Netherby, Bar', (a quo Graham 
of Netherby). 

Sir Richard (III). 

Catherine, d. unmar. 

Mary, mar. Sir Edward Musgrave, Bart., of Hayton, 
CO. Cumberland. 

Elizabeth, mar. Sir Cuthbert Heron, Bart., of Chip 
chase, co. Northumberland. 

Susanna, mar. Reginald Carnaby, of Halton. 

Henrietta Maria, (^)bp. at Wath 11 May 1633. 

III. SIR RICHARD GRAHAM, of Norton Conyers, in com. 
Ebor., first Bart., (Hat. 28 ann. 15 Aug. a" 1665, cr. a 
Baronet 17 Nov. 1662, bp. at Wath 11 Mar. 1635-6, bur. 
there 21 Dec. 1711 ; mar Elizabeth, daughter of Colonel 
Chichester Fortescue, sou and heire to S'' Faythfull Fortescue, 
of Tremiskin [Dromisken] in the realme of Ireland, Kti/., 
bur. at Wath 25 June 1705. They had issue — 

1. Richard, (ft. J^ an. 15 Am/. 1665, bur. at Wath 4 Mai-. 

1680-1. M.I. 

2. Chichester Graham, ret. 2 aim. 15 Aug. 1665, bp. at 

Wath 23 Mar. 1662-3, bur. there 2 June 1694; 
mar. . . . dau. of . . . Thvveng, of Kilton Castle. 

3. Sir Reginald (IV). 

4. George, bp at Wath 5 Aug. 1672, bur. there 10 Jan. 

1673-4. 

5. John, bp. at Watii 14 May 1674, bur. at Wath 

23 Nov. 1702. , , . 

6. Charles, bp. at Wath 20 July 1682. _^-r .^^.^ . <5^. V ■ ■"''"^ "**^- 

1. Elizabeth, cet. S an. 15 Aug. a° 1665, bp. at Wath 

13 Mar. 1661-2 ; mar. Si'r Robert Fenwick, Knt., •'-'•'i*' 
of Bj'well ; she d. s.p. (Le Neve's "Knights"). 

2. Susan, (etatis 1 anni 15 Aug. a" 1665, bp. at Wath 

31 Aug. 1664, bur. there 29 May 1700. 
Catherine, bp. at Wath 10 Jan. 1666-7. 
Henrietta Maria, bp. at Wath 1 Jan. 1668 ; mar. 

the Very Rev. J. Younger, Dean of Salisbury. 

' Sir Reginald Graham thinks he probably inlierited Norton Conyers by 
narriage with the Musgrave heiress. 



18 DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

Mary, bp. at Wath 19 Oct. 1675; mar. there 4 June 

1699 George Fenwick, of Newcastle-on-Tyne, bur. 

at Wath 25 Aug. 1736. 
Anne, bp. at Wath 6 Feb. 1676-7 ; mar. there 17 June 

1697 Thomas Hesketh, Esq., of RufFord, co. Lane. 
Jane, bp. at Watli 25 Sept. 1678 ; mar. Rev. James 

Mu.sgrave, Rector of Gransden, co. Cambridge. 
Barbara, d. unmar. 

IV. SIR REGINALD GRAHAM, of Norton Conyer.s, second 
Bart., Page of Honour to James II, bp. at Wath 30 July 
jj'jiT 1670, bur. there 23 May 1728; mar. first Frances, dau. and 
h. of Henry Bellingham, of Whitwell, co. York, at Holy 
Trinity, Goodramgate, York, 20 June 1699. They liad 
issue — 

1. Sir Bellingham Graham, of Norton Conyers, third 

Bart., bp. at Wath 20 Aug. 1702, d. unmar., bur. 
there 1 Apr. 1730. 

2. Sir Reginald (V). 

3. Richard, of Whitwell, co. York, b. 25, bp. 27 June 

1705, bur. at Holy Trinity, Goodramgate, 1745; 
/i (vC mar. Cordelia, dau. of William Chaloner, Esq., of 
Guisborough, at St. Olave's, York, 4 May 1732. 
Her will, 1 May 1761, pr. at York 3 June 
1763. 

4. Slingsby, bp. 29, bur. 30 Aug. 1709 at Wath. 
Mar. secondly 9 Apr. 1724 Anne, dau. of Sir David Foulis, 
of Ingleby Manor, at York Minster, bur. at St. Martin's, 
Coney Street, York, 11 May 1751. Will 11 Sept. 1742, 
pr. 17 May 1751. 

V. SIR REGINALD GRAHAM, of Norton Conyers, fourth 
Bart., bp. at Wath 17 May 1704, bur. 31 Oct. 175-5. 
Will 30 Apr. 1754, pr. at York 22 Nov. 1755 ; mar. at 
Pickhill 5 June 1728, Jacoba Katherina, dau. of Colonel 
Metcalfe Graham, of Pickliill, nephew of 1st Lord Preston, 
bur. 1 Dec. 1764, at Pickhill. They had issue — 
Sir Bellingham (VI). 

Reginald, Captain Royal Marines, bp. at Wath 
28 Sept. 1734, (1) d. 25 Jan. 1770; mar. . . ., 
dau. of General Jackman, Royal Marines. 
Mitchell, Admiral R.N., bp. at Wath 9 Nov. 1735, 
d. 8 Mar. 1795; mar. first . . ., dau. of General 
Jackman. They had issue — 

Mitchell Graham, Lieutenant Marines. 
Mar. secondly Maria Rebecca Bowater. They 
had issue — 

John Bellingham, Captain Royal Marines. 
William. 
Maria. 
Metcalfe Montague, bp. at Wath 13 Aug., bur. there 
20 Oct. 1737. 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 19 

Frances, bp. at Pickhill 11 Apr., bur. there 25 Apr. 

1730. 
Frances, bp. at Wath 17 May 1731 ; mar. at York 

Minster 1 June 1752, Rev Robt. Graham, D.D., 

Rector of Arthuret, d. 17, bur. 23 Feb. 1801 at 

York Minster. 
Jacoba Isabella Katherina, bp, at Wath 28 Apr., 

bur. there 21 June 1732. 
Elizabeth, bp. at Wath 30 June 1733, bur. there 

21 Sept. 1739. 

SIR BELLINGHAM GRAHAM, of Norton Conyers, fifth 
Bart., High Sheriff 1770-1, bp. at Pickhill 14 June 1729, 
bur. at Wath, 9 Oct. 1790; mar. 24 June 1763 Eliza- 
beth, only dau. of Benjamin Hudson, Esq., of Bridlington, 
bur. at Wath 16 May 1767. M.I. They had issue- 
Sir Bellingham (VII). 
Elizabeth, bp. at Wath 7 July 1765, mar. Major- 

General John Smith, 1st Foot Guards. 
Katherine, bp. at Wath 1 Nov. 1766; mar. there 
Lieut.-Colonel Henr}' Francis Greville 18 Aug. 
1791. 
SIR BELLINGHAM GRAHAM, of Norton Conyers, sixth 
Bart., b. circ. 1764, d. 13, bur. at Wath 21 Apr. 1796, 
<et. thirty-two ; mar. Priscilla, dau. of Sir Charles Whit- 
worth, Knt., sister to Earl Whitworth (remar. Francis, 
2nd Viscount Lake), d. 8 May 1833. They had issue- 
Sir Bellingham Reginald (VIII). 
Priscilla Elizabeth, b. 9 June, bp. at Wath 19 Dec. 
1788 ; mar. first Lieut.-Colonel Simon Newport, 
secondly Lieut.-Colonel Bellingham John Smith. 
Caroline, b. and bp. at Wath 25 May 1791 ; mar. 
Algernon Greville, Esq. 

SIR BELLINGHAM REGINALD GRAHAM, of Norton 
Conyers, seventh Bart., b. 4 Nov., bp. at Wath 22 Dec. 
1789, d. 15 June 1866 ; mar. first Harriet, dau. of George 
Clark, Esq., of West Hatch, co. Essex, d. in France 9 Oct. 
1830. They had issue- 
Reginald Bellingham, b. 8 Jan., bp. at Wath 17 Feb. 

1812, d. May 1820. 

Bellingham George Fenton, bp. at Wath 23 Mar. 

1813, d. 1835. 

Godfrey Theodore, bp. at Wath, 6 Aug. 1814, d. 

1837. 
Harriet, mar. at Wath 29 Oct. 1833 Lieut.-Colonel 
Sir Frederick Ash worth (remar. 3rd Marquess of 
Donegall), d. 6 Mar. 1884. 
Jessy. 
Elinor. 
Mar. secondly Harriet, dau. of Rev. Robert Cottam, 
28 June 1831, at Bath, d. 17 Jan. 1903. They had issue— 



20 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



Sir Reginald Henry (IX). 

George Fergus, Lieut. -Colonel Bengal Army, bp. at 
Wath 19 May 1836; mar. Margaret Ann, dau. 
of Thomas Jasper Atkinson of Calcutta, d. 1874. 
They had issue — 

Fergus Bellingham, b. 24 Oct. 1872, d. 

28 May 1873. 
Fergus Bellingham Reginald, b. 7 Dec. 
1874. 
Augusta Clementina, bp. 19 May 1834; mar. Major 
Edmond de Feyl, Austrian Army, d. 11 June 
1875. 
Charlotte Harriet, of St. Peter's Sisterhood, London. 
Gertrude Elizabeth Priscilla, mar. Count Arthur 
Dillon. 

IX. SIR REGINALD HENRY GRAHAM, of Norton Conyers, 

eighth Bart., b. 22 bp. 23 Apr. 1835 at Wath; mar. 

24 July 1876 x\.nne Mary, dau. of Thomas Shiffner, Esq., 

of Westergate, co. Sussex. They have had issue — 

Reginald Guy, b. 28 May 1878. 

Nigel James Spencer, b. 2 Apr. 1880, d. 26 Mar. 

1902. 
Malise, b. 12 Feb. 1884. 
Authorities — Wath and Tickhill Registers — G.E.C.'s "Baronetage" 
-Information from Sir R. H. Graham, Bart. 



HuNSLEY Beacon Wapentakh 



Beverley, 15 Sept. 




i^n 



of 



iSisljop-IBuiton. 



Arms : — Gules, a sword in bend Argent, hilt, gripe and pomel Or. 



I. HENRY GEE, of Rothley, co. Leic. (son of John Gee, of 
Rothley, and Elizabeth Hawberk), see Burke's " Com- 
moners," ii, 254 ; mar. and had issue — 
William (II). 



DU(iDALE's VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 21 

John Gee, merchant, of Hull, bur. at St. Mary's, 
Hull, 20 Sept. 1590. Will 3 Sept. 1590, pr. at 
York 17 Mar. 1590-1 (vol. xxiv, 525) ; mar. 
Margaret . . . , bur. at St. Mary's, Hull, -1 Mar. 
1583-4. They had issue- 
John. 
Elizabeth, named in her father's will ; mar. 

. . . Bradley. 
Anne, named in her father's will. 
Mary, bp. at Holy Trinity, Hull, 13 Nov. 

1569, named in her father's will. 
Judith, named in her father's will. 
Susanna, named in her father's will. 
Sara, named in her father's will. 
Ellinor, named in her father's will. 
Eustace (a quo Gee of Rothley). 
Alice, named iu her brother William's will ; mai-. 

. . . Smith. 
Anne, named in her brother William's will. 



II. WILLIAM GEE, merchant. Alderman of Hull, Mayor 
1562, 1573, and 1582, bur. at Trinity Church 28 Jan. 
16U2-3. Will 22 Oct. 1600, pr. P.C.C. 18 May 1603 
(35 Bolein), also at York; mar. iirst Elizabeth CJCole), 
l)ur. at St. Mary's, Hull, 18 Jan. 1578-9. They had 
issue — 

Anne, named in her father's will ; mar. Robert 
Legard, of Hull, merchant, at St. Margaret's, 
Lothbury, 10 Oct. 1575. 
Elizabeth, named in her father's will ; mar. John 
Stevens. 
Mar. secondly Elizabeth, dau. of Walter Jobson, of Hull, 
d. 22 Dec. 1599 (Burke). They had issue— 
S- William (III). 
Walter, Rector of Bainton, had £200 in his father's 

will. 
Samuel, had £100 in his father's will. 
Ellenor, named in her father's will ; mar. first Brian 
Hardwick, of Potter-Newton, Leeds ; secondly, 
William Webster, of Flamborough, merchant, at 
Leeds, 22 Dec. 1602. 

III. S' WILLIAM GEE, of Bishop Burton, in co. Ebor., K'., 
Secretary to his 2Ia"'" Councell at Yor/ee for the Northern 
parts of this Realme, died in a" 1611, bur. in York Minster. 
Will 2 Nov. 1611, pr. at York 17 Jan. 1611-12 (vol. xxxi, 
760) ; mar. Thomasine, daughter of Mathew Hutton, Arch- 
hisshop of Yorke, 1 wife, bp. at St. Mary-le-Belfrev, York, 
20 Mar. 1568-9, bur. ' at Beverley Minster 24 Dec. 1599. 
M.I. They had issue— 



22 DUGDALe's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

Philip, bp. at St. John's, Beverley, 5 Maj', bur. there 

31 Aug. 1.594. 
William, bp. at St. John's, Beverley, 2 May 1595. 
Timothy, bp. at St. John's, Beverley, 12 June, bur. 

there 3 July 1597. 

Thomas, bur. at St. John's, Beverley, 8 Aug. 1603. 

Susan, bur. at St. John's, Beverley, 10 Feb. 1600-1. 

Jane, wife of Roger Gregory, of . . . hi com. Lane. ; 

she was bp. at St. John's, Beverley, 12 Aug. 1599. 

mar. Mary, daughter of Thomas Crompton, of Houns/ey 

(Hounslow) in Surr., one of the Auditoris to Qu. Eliz. for 

her Revemie, 2 ivife, bur. at York Minster 6 Sept. 1649. 

M.I. Will 16 July 1628, pr. at London 6 Feb. 1655-6 

(Abs. Yorkshire Record Series, i-x, 92.) They had issue — 

;. John (IV). 

,"?. William Gee, of Bentley, in com. Ebor. Will 26 Sept., 
pr. at London 20 Nov. 1657 (Abs. Yorkshire 
Record Series, ix, 115); mar. Frances, dau. of 
Gervase Hamerton, of Aukborough, co. Line, bp. 
there 1626, bur. at Rowley. They had issue — 
William. 
S. I'homas Gee, of Killingreaves, in com. Ebor., mar. 
at St. Michael-le-Belfry, York, 24 Sept. 1633 
Katherine, dau. of Philip Constable, Esq., of 
Wassand. They had issue — 

John, bp. at St. John's, Beverley, 3 Sept. 

1635. 
William, bp. at St. John's, Beverley, 3 Apr. 

1647. 
Philip, bp. at St. John's, Beverley, 3 Apr. 

1651. 
Richard, bp. at St. John's, Beverley, 10 Mar. 

1654. 
Mary, bp. at St. John's, Beverley, 27 Feb. 

1636. 
Elizabeth, bp. at St. John's, Beverley, 4 Feb. 

1637-8. 
Frances, bp. at St. John's, Beverley, 5 May 

1639. 
Catherine, bp. at St. John's, Beverlev, 

31 Jan. 1641. 
Susan, bp. at St. John's, Beverley, 21 Feb. 

1648. 
Anne, bur. at St. John's, Beverley, 31 Aug. 
1645. 
Thomas, bp. at St. John's, Beverley, 23 Sept. 1602, 

bur. there 8 Aug. 1603. 
Timothy, bp. 12 Sept. 1609. 
Mary. 

Elisabeth, died unmar., bp. at St. Michael-le-Belfrv 
10 Feb. 1610-1. 



DUODALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 23 

Hannah, wife of S'' Thomas Reminyton, of Lund, in 
com. Ehor, Kn'. ; mar. at Bishop Burton 8 Mar. 
1621-2, bp. there 22 Dec. 1611, bur. at St. John's, 
Beverley, 1 Jfov. 1694. 



IV. JOHN GEE, of Bishop Burton, Esq':, died in a" 1626, bp. 
at Bishop Burton 19 Feb. 1603, bur. there 12 May 1627. 
Admon. at York 22 Oct. 1627; mar. Frances, dauyh. of 
S'' John Hotham, of Scorhorouyh, in co. Ehor., K'. <fc 
Bar' (remar. Sir Philip Stapleton of Warter). They had 
issue — 

William (V). 

V. WILLIAM GEE, of Bishop Burton, Esq-; rntatis J^l annor. 
15 Sept. 1666, b. 1625, bur. at Bishop Burton 30 Aug. 
1678. M.I. ; mar. Rachell, dauyhter of S'' Thomas Parker, 
of Willington (Willingdon), in com. Sussex, K'., first wife, 
d. 22 Mar. 1649-50, bur. at Bishop Burton. M.I. They 
had issue — 

William (VI). 
mar. at All Hallows-the-Less, London, 6 Mar. 1652-3, 
Mary, elder daughter and coheir ot Richard Spenser, of 
Orpington, in com,. Cantij, Esq"", brother to the Lord Spenser 
of Worm/eiyhton, second wife. She d. 15 Nov. 1702, bur 
at Orpington. Will 13 Jan. 1697-8, pr. P.C.C. 1 Feb. 
1702-3. They had issue— 

1. Richard Gee, cet. 9 ann. et 10 mens. 15 Sept. 1666, 
of Orpington. Will 18 May 1726, pr. P.C C. 
1 Dec 1727. Mar. Philippa, dau. of Sir Nicholas 
Carew, of Beddington, co. Surrey (wid. of John, 
son of Viscount Beaumont), d. 1744. They had 
issue — 

Richard, of Orpington, d. 9 July 1791, 
set. eighty-five (Musgrave's Obit.) ; mar. 
Elizabeth, dau. and h. of John Holt, 
Esq., of CO. Kent. They had issue — 

William, of Beddingtou, d. s.p. 
3 Aug. 1815; mar. Ann Paston, 
dau. of General Gould, d. 1828. 
Richard, of Beddington, took the 
name of Carew, d. unm. 18 Dec. 
1816. 
Philippa, d. unm. 1820. 
Gertrude. 
Philippa, mar. Sir Edmund Isham, Judge 
Advocate General. ' 

a. Robert, (ft. 6 ann. 
JAr?'y, dl/ed young. 



24 DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

VI. WILLIAM GEE, (etatis 18 an. 15 Sept. 1666, of Bishop 
Burton, bur. there 15 Oct. 1718. Will 6 Sept. 1717, pr. 
at York 1718-9 (Ixxiii, 96); mar. first Elizabeth, dauyhter 
of S"" John Hothom, of Scorbwough, in co. Ehor., Bart., at 
Scorborough 23 Feb. 1663, bur. at Bishop Burton 24 Mar. 
1683-4. They had issue- 
Thomas (VII). 
William, mar. . . . 
Matthew. 
John. 

William, mar. . . . 
Rachel. 
Elizabeth. 
Ursula. 
Catherine, of Beverley, spinster. Will 10 July 1710, 

pr. at York (Ixviii, 318). 
Elizabeth. Will pr. 7 June 1714. 
Bridget, mar. Sir Charles Hotham, Bart., of 
Scorborough, 9 Sept. 1690, bur. there 4 Aug. 
1707. 
Mar. secondly Elizabeth, dau. of Charles Cracroft, of Louth 
(widow of John Ellerker, of Risby), bur. at Bishop Burton 
1 Dec. 1726. They had issue — 

James Gee, of Beverley, executor of his father, bp. 
15 Aug. 1686, d. 8 Sept. 1751 (Musgrave). Will 
6 Mar. 1749-50, pr. RC.C. 19 March 1752 
(Bettesworth, 65) ; mar. Constance, dau. and 
coheir of John Moyser, Esq., of Beverley, at 
St. Mary's, Beverley, 7 Nov. 1727. They had 
issue — 

James, d. v. p. 

William, of Beverley, named in his father's 
will. Will 12 Sept. 1761, pr. at York 
5 Apr. 1762 (cvi, 207). 
Richard. 

Richard, Vicar of North Cave, Rector of 
Leveu ; named in his father's will ; mar. 
Hannah, dau. of . . . Waines. They had 
issue — 

William, d. unmar., set. nineteen. 
Gertrude, named in her father's will ; mar. 
James White, Esq. 
Bridget. 
Dorothy, named in her father's and sister Catherine's 



VII. THOMAS GEE, ESQ, of Bishop Burton, bp. 4 Nov. 1673, 
bur, at Bishop Burton 28 July 1750. Will 15 Feb. 1746-7, 
cod. 1 July 1749, pr. at York 4 Mar. 1750-1 (xciv, 315); 
mar. first Eliza'oeth . . . They had issue — 



DUGDALE's visitation ok YORKSHIRE. 25 

William (VIII). 

Thomas, Rector of Cherrj' liurton, inducted 31 Mar. 

1728, admon. 5 Mar. 1735-6 ; mar. Mary, dau. 

of Sir Marmaduke Wyvill, of Constable Burton, 

at York Minster 11 May 1732. 
Bridget, mar. first John Taylor, Esq., of Beverley ; 

secondly, Ralph Pennyman. 
Anne, mar. Richard Dawson, at York Minster, 

27 Nov. 1725, she d. 7 June, bur. at St. Mary, 

Bishophill, York, . . June 1758. 
Elizabeth, mar. Richard Clarke. 
Mar. Secondly Sarah . . . 

VIII. WILLIAM GEE, of Bishop Burton, Colonel 20th Foot, 
killed at Fontenoy 30 Apr. 1745, v.p. Will dated at 
the Camp of Aschaffenburgh 23 June 1743, pr. at York 
30 Aug. 1745 (l.xxxix, 300); mar. first Philippa, dau. of 
Sir Charles Hotham. They had issue — 

Thomas, bp. 19 Apr. 1717, bur. 25 Oct. 1734 at 
Bishop Burton. 

Pliilippa, bp. 3 Apr. 1726, bur. 21 Jan. 1734-5. 
Mar. secondly Elizabeth, only dau. of Roger Talbot, Esq., 
of Woodend, heiress to her brother Roger. They had 
issue — 

Roger (IX). 

William, bp. at St. Michael le Belfry 28 May 1735. 

Richard, bp. 28 Apr., bur. 13 May 1737 at St. 
Michael le Belfry. 

I.X:. ROGER GEE, Esq., of Bishop Burton and Woodend, 

succeeded liis grandfather, d. 9, bur. 12 Sept. 1778 at 

Bath Abbey. Will 15 Mar. 1778, pr. at York Mar. 

1782 (cxxvi, 100). Mar. Caroline, dau. and coh. of Sir 

Warton Pennyman, Bart, (remar. Peter Acklam, Esq.), 

d. 1811, bur. at St. Mary's, Beverley. They had issue^ 

Sarah Elizabeth, elder dau. and coh., mar. Henry 

Boldero Barnard, Esq., of Cave Castle. She was 

bp 14 June 1770, d. 28 Nov. 1832. 

Caroline, mar. Lieut.-Colonel George Hotham. She 

d. 23 Dec. 1811. 




26 DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

Hang East Wape.n'takk. Richmuud, 19° Aug. 1665. 



poDslnortl) 

of 

il)ont£tan- 91 atlas. 



Arms : — Argent, a bend engrailed Sable, between three annulets Gules. 
Crest : — A cubit arm in chain mail Or, the hand proper grasping a broken 
tilting spear of the first, the broken end imbrued proper. 

I. WILLIAM DODSWORTH, of Thornton Watlas, d. 9 May 
9 Edward IV (1469) as by Inq. P.M. He had 



II. JOHN DODSWORTH, of Thornton Watlas, twenty-four 
years old at his father's Inq. P.M. ; mar. Margaret, dau. 
of . . . Montforth, of Hackforth. Will 9 Nov. 1520, pr. 
, 27 Feb. 1520-1. To be bur. at Sinningthwaite (Test. 
Ebor., V, 119). They liad issue- 
Thomas (III). 
Peter, (1) of Masham, a quo Dodsworth, of Settrington. 

(See vol. ii, 346.) 
John. 
William. 

III. THOMAS DODSWORTH, of Thornton Watlas, d. 20 Jan. 

6 Henry VIII, as by Inq. P.M. 6 Aug. 7 Henry VIII 
(1515); mar. Margery, dau. of Rowland Place, of Halnaby. 
They had issue — 

Richard (IV). 

Geoifrey, mar. but died sans issue (Glover). 

George. 

Anne, mar. . . . Staveley, of Ripon. 

. . . mar. . . . Fox, of Thorpe. 

IV. RICHARD DODSWORTH, of Thornton Watlas, Inq. P.M. 

9 Sept. 32 Henry VIII (1540) ; mar. Dorothy, dau. of 
Robert Wyvil, of Burton-super- Yore. They had issue — 



DUGD ale's visitation OF YORKSHIRE. "2.7 

John (V). 

Katherine, mar. Laurence Dodsworth. 

V. JOHN DODSWORTH, of Thornton Watlas, in com. Ebor., 
set. nine j'ears at his father's Inq. P.M., bur. at Watlas 
1 Nov. 1609 ; mar. Anne, danyh. of Thomas Kokesby, of 
Mm-eton, in com. Ebor., ('!)bur. 'll May 1602. They had 
issue — 

John (VI). 

Thomas. 

Phillis 

Eleanor or Helline, mar. Anthony Dodsworth, of 
Stranton, at Watlas, 26 June 1608. 

VI. JOHN' DODS WOKTH, of Thorneton- Watlas, Esq':, unto ivhom 
Richard S'. Georye, Esq'., Norroy King of Armes, granted 
this Crest to the Armes above exprest 2" Junij 8" Jac. 
a' 1610, obijt a' 16U, bur. at Thornton Watlas 5 June 1644. 
Was iBt. seventeen a" 1585. Will 20 Jan. 1640-1, pr. at York 
Sept. 1645, to be bur. at Thornton Watlas ; mar. Winifrede, 
da. and heire of John Warde, or' Barton, in com,. Ebor., bur. 
at Watlas 27 Sept. 1627. They had issue— 

1. John (VII). 

2. Robert, obijt sine prole, bp. 17 Aug. 1600. 

0. Christopher Dodsworth, M'' of y-' Hospitall of Welles 

neere Snape, in com. Ebor., bp. at Watlas 27 Dec. 
1601, bur. at Well 20 July 1650; mar. 27 Oct. 
1629 Mary, dau. of Christopher Fulthorpe, Esq., 
of Tunstall, d. at Stranton (Surtees). They had 
issue — 

T , " ' named in will of John Dods- 

J°';"; worth 1673. 

Matthew, j 

.i. Francis, obiij sine prole, bp. 14 Feb. 1612, (1) bur. 

17 May 1657. 

1. Alice, wife of Mathew Smelt, of Kir kby- Fief ham, in 

com. Ebor. ; mar. at Watlas 9 Dec. 1617, bp. 
22 July 1599 ; named in her father's will. 

2. Winifred, wif" unto George Clough, of Sand-Hutton, 

in CO. Ebor., bp. 12 Nov. 1607; named in lier 
father's will. 
S. Maiyaret, wife unto Thomas Atkinson, of Yoi-ke, bp. 
11 Aug. 1611 ; named in her father's will. 

VII. JOH.V DODSWORTH, of Thometon-Watlas, in com. Ebor., 
Esq'., (Ktat. 70 ann. 19 Aug. 1665, bp. 4 Mar. 1595-6, bur. at 
Thornton Watlas 20 June 1670; mar. Frances, daughter 
of S'' Timothy Hntton, of Marske, in com. Ebor., Kn'., at 
Richmond 26 Dec. 1615, bur. at Watlas 30 July 1642. 
They had issue — 



28 DUGDALe's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

1. John Bodsworth, died in his father's life-time, bp. at 

Watlas 15 June 1617, bur. there 29 Jan. 1661-2. 
Will 27 Jan. 1660-1, pr. at York (vol. xliii), to 
be bur. at Thornton Watlas ; mar. Frances, 
youngest daughter to S'' John Lowther, of Lowther, 
in CO. Westmerl, Kn'., (?) bur. 21 Sept. 1660. 
The}' had issue — 

John, of Thornton Watlas, mt. 16 an. 19 
Aug. 1665, only son, bur. there 3 May 
1673. Will 14 Apr. 1673, pr. at York 
(vol. liv). 
Helen, died young. 

2. Timothy (VIII). 

8. Matthew, named in his brother John's will, bp. 

15 June 1634. 
1. Elizabeth, toife of Willm. Metcalfe, son and heire to 

S'' Francis Metcalfe, of Louth-Parke, in co. Line, 

Ent. 
■ S. Winifride, y' wife of Francis Purley, of Farlesthorpe, 

in CO. Line, Esq':, bp. 2 Sept. 1632. 

VIII. TIMOTHY DODSWORTH, servant to the Lord Deputy 
Wandesford in Ireland (Thornton Diary, Surtees Society, 
190), bp. at Thornton Watlas 1 Jan. 1621, dead in 1673 ; 
married Dorothy, daughter of Francis Stringer, of . . . in 
com. Staff., (1) bur. at Watlas 25 Nov. 1675. They had 
issue — 

John (IX). 

Charles, named in liis uncle John's will. 

Helen. 

IX. JOHN DODSWORTH, ESQ., of Thornton Watlas, lieir to 
his cousin John in 1673, bur. at Thornton Watlas 23 Feb. 
1693; mar. Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Henry Stapylton, Bart., 
of Myton, lie. 11 Nov. 1679, (?) bur. 27 Apr. 1719. They 
had issue — 

John (X). 

Dorothy, bp. at Watlas 8 Oct. 1681 ; mar. at Marske 

10 Feb. 1701 John Bartlett, of Nutwith Cote. 
(?) Ursula, bp. 23 Aug. 1680. 

X. JOHN DODSWORTH, ESQ., of Thornton Watlas, bur. 

^ rJ U. a^/ i-^-ari7o\- there 28 May 1760. Will 18 Sept. 1758, pr. at York 

^^n- " 26 July 1762; mar. 8 Feb. 1718-9 Henrietta, dau. of John 

.^i^. 'u^-n^'^ '7'' Hutton, Esq., of Marske, who had a portion of £1,500, 

bp. 23 Oct. 1701, bur. at Watlas 7 June 1798. They had 

issue — • 

1. John, d. v.p., bp. 2 Jan. 1719-20. 

2. Timothy, d. v.p., bp. 23 Jan. 1720-1. 

3. Matthew (XI). 



DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. ZV 

4. William, Captain in tiie Army, had £10 in his 

father's will, bp. at Watlas 7 Nov. 1728; mar. 
Martha, dau. of Sir Richard Sandys Mill. 

5. Henry, twin with William, bp. 7, bur. 18 Nov. 1728 

at Watlas. 

6. Francis, Vicar of Dodingtou, Kent, bp. at Watlas 

6 June 1731 ; mar. first Ann, dau. and coh. of 
Francis Barrell. Esq., of Rochester ; secondly 
Harriott, dau. of Thomas Croft. 

7. Frederick, D.D., Canon of Windsor, succeeded his 

brother Matthew, bp. at Watlas 1 May 1738, d. 

1821 ; mar. first Catherine, dau. and coh. of Francis 

Barrell, Esq., of Rochester, bur at Watlas 28 Sept. 

1807. They had issue- 
John Barrell, bp. at Watlas 27 Sept. 1777. 
Catherine, bp. at St. Michael le-Belfrey, 

York, 13 July 1773. 
Frances, bp. at Watlas 19 Jan. 1776, bur. 
there 30 May 1781. 

Mar. secondly Frances, dau. of Thomas Pulleyn- 

Mosley, of Burlev, in Wharfedale (remar. Rev 

Edward Wyvil), d. 1831. 
Dorothy, bp. at Watlas 7 Mar. 1721-2, bur. there 

4 Feb. 1730. 
Elizabeth, bp. at Watlas 28 Aug. 1723 ; mar. there 

6 Sept. 1750 Rev. James Tunstall, D.D., Dean of 

St. Paul's, London. 
Henrietta, bp. at Watlas 11 Oct. 1724, bur. at 

Marske 16 June 1730. 
Henrietta Maria, bp. at Watlas 18 Aug. 1736 ; mar. 

20 July 1761 Sir John Silvester Smith, Bart., of 

Newland Park, near Wakefield, who d. 1789. 

Their sons Sir Edward and Sir Charles assumed 

the name of Dodsworth as heirs of their uncles 

Matthew and Frederick Dodsworth. 

XI. MATTHEW DODSWORTH, ESQ., of Thornton Watlas 
and Crake Hall, bp. at Watlas 21 Dec. 1726, bur. there 
2 Jan. 1805 ; mar. Catherine, dau. of Anthonj' Eyre, Esq., 
of Rampton, bur. at Watlas 14 Jan. 1784. 

Authorities — Thornton Watlas Registers, kindly extracted by 
H. W. McCall, Esq.— York Wills. 



30 DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

RippoN LinKRTiK. Knaresborougrh, 15 Aug. 1665. 



Brake 

of 
Hipon. 




Akms : — Argent, a wiveru with wiugs displayed Gules. 
No ijroofe if these arms belong to this family 



JOHN DRAKE, of Hoiley Green, near Halifax, whose 
ancestor.s had been at that place from the thirteenth 
century, a <;lothier and purchaser of Abbey lands, bur. 
at Halifax ' 18 Apr. 1544 (Register). Will 13 Apr. 
pr. at York 2 May 1544; mar. . . . Had issue — 

Thomas, eldest son (a quo Drake of Horley Green 
and Barnoldswick, see Hunter's Min. Gent., Harl. 
Soc, 39, 1154). 
Sir William, a priest, named in his father's will, 

bur. 1 Dec. 1544. 
John. 

Humphrey. 

Gilbert, of Shibden. Had issue. 
Edward (II). 

Margaret, mar. 7 July 1544, A^'illiani Baits. 
SibiU mar. John Northend. 
Elizabeth, mar. . . . Garforth. 



II. EDWARD DRAKE, of Northowram, bur. 4 Aug. 1551 
(Register). Will 2 Aug., pr. 23 Sept. 1551 (xiii, 764); 
mar. Agnes Brigg 8 Feb. 1545-6. They had issue — 

Michael, of Damhead, bp. 5 Aug. 1547, bur. 30 Jan. 
1612-3. Will 28 Jan. 1612-3, pr. 23 Mar. 1613 ; 
mar. Sibil Midgley 2 Nov. 1562, bur. 20 Apr. 
1616. They had "issue. 



1 All the Register entries will be at Halifa 
the wills at York. 



jpt otherwise stated, and 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 31 

Gilbert (Til). 

William, of the Lee (A). 

III. GILBERT DRAKE, of Ualley Greene in the Parish of 
Hiilifax, in CO. Ebor., bp. 2 Feb. 1548-9, bur. 5 Mar. 
1G03-4. Will 28 Feb. 1603-4, pi-. 13 Aug. 1604 (xxix, 
353) ; mar. first Sibil Bird. They had is.sue — 

John, of Newhouse, in Southowram, bur. 26 Mar. 
1609. Will 22 Mar. 160.5-6, pr. 26 Apr. 1609; 
mar. Susan, widow of . . . J>ockwuud. They had 

Humjjhrey (IV). 

Michael. 

Samuel. 

Thomas. 

Grace, bur. 27 Nov. 1619. Will 6 Nov. 1619, pr. 

5 Oct. 1620. 
Mary, mar. 19 Feb. 1598-9 John Bruadley, Curate 

of Sowerby. 
Mar. secondly Judith Beck. They had issue — 
Toby. 
Sibil, mar. first Joshua Witton, second jNIichael 

Whitlev, and third Francis Priestlev. 



HUMPHREY DRAKE, of Halifax, died in a' 16S2, bur. 
28 Aug. Will 3 Aug. 1632 ; mar. Hester, da. of Will'm 
Drake of the Lee, in y' parish of Halifax (widow of Mich. 
Ward), 23 Sept. 1616, bur. 9 Mar. 1641-2. Will 1 Feb. 
1641-2. They had issue— 

^ Nathaniell, died unmarried, of Brazenose College, 
'P^'^^^^r. Oxford^ Will 19 Dec. 1639 (unregistered). 
^ John (Y). 

Grace, mar. Francis Cockman. 

JOHN DRAKE, Subdeane of the Collegiate Church of Rippon, 
at. 46 an. Jd" Aug. a" 1665, Rector of Dunnington, bp. 
11 July 1619, d. 1681, bur. at Dunnington; mar. Grace, 
daughter of James Fo.vcrolt, of Shipden Hall, in co. Ebor., 
d. 4 June 1692, bur. in Ripon Minster (Memorials of Ripoii, 
Surt. Soc, ii, 282). They had issue — 

7. Humphrey (VI). 

2. Gilbert, d. s.p. 

/. I /est her. 

'2. Frances, mar. Edw. Ridsdale, of Ripon. 

S. Susan., d. unmar. at Ripon. 



32 ■ duudale's visitatiox of Yorkshire. 

VI. HUMPHREY DRAKE, wt. 4 ann. 15 Aug. a" 1665, mat. 
at Uuiversity College, 0.xfoi-d, Rector of Grafton Regis, 
Nortliants, and Agmondisham, Bucks, bur. there IS Nov. 
1721 (Fosters Alum. Oxon.) ; mar. Catherine, dau. of 
Christopher Rigby, of Cotgrave, Northants, lie. 8 July 
1691. They had issue- 
John, d. s.p. 

Christopher, mat. at University College, Oxford, 
19 Mar. 1715-6 ; mar, . . . dau. . . . Musson, 
Vicar of Shabbington. They had issue — 

Christopher, mat. at Magdalen College, 

Oxford, 5 Apr. 1742. 
Elizabeth. 
Montague, drowned in the East Indies. 
Humphry, d. young. 
Humphry, apprentice to a tobacconist. 
Catherine, mar. John Austin, son to a clothier in 

Gloucestershire. 
Sarah, mar. John Pierce, a lace maker. 
Elizabeth, mar. . . . Stone, a mercer on Ludgate 

Hill. 
Mary. 

We now return to the younger branch : — 

A. WILLIAM DRAKE, of ' Lee, in the parish of Halifax, in 

CO. Ebor., son of Edward Drake (II), bp. 18 Feb. 
1550-1, bur. 13 May 1622. Will 13 Mar. 1621-2, pr. 
f.S-^T 31 Jan. 1622-3; mar. Grace, daughter of f'^f Broadley, 

of Hipperholme, in com. Ebor., 4 Sept. 1575, bur. 30 Sept. 
1599. They had issue— 

1. Joseph Brake (see Hunter's Min. Gent, iii, 1158). 

2. Nathan (B). 

S. Jeremy, mar. and had issue (see Hunter). 

4. Tim,othy, of London, merchant. 

1. Susan, y'^ wife of Samnell Lister, of Shihden Hall, 

in y' parish of Halifax ; mar. 5 Sept. 1598, bp. 
7 Oct. 1576. ' 

2. Hesther, wife of Humph. Drake, of Halifax (rel. of 

Mich. Ward), bp. 8 May 1580". 

5. Phcebe, wife of Edw. Hemenway, of Northowrome 

Mill, in CO. Ebor. \ mar. 6 Dec. 1602. 
l/.. Grace, wife of John Whitley, of the Rookes, in co. 

Ebor. ; mar. 16 June 1609. 
5. Judith, wife of Isaac Dickson, of Carlefon, in com. 
Ebor.; mar. 8 Nov. 1619. 
Mar. secondly Martha, widow of Edward Whitaker, of 
Skircoat, 30 Nov. 1602. They had issue- 
Edith, bp. at Halifax, 4 Dec. 1603. 

B. NATHAN DRAKE, of Godley, in the parish of Halifax, 

in com. Ebor., diarist of the Siege of Pontefract, bp. 



UUGDALK S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 33 

17 Dec. 1587, bur. at Pontefract 8 Dec. 16-58. Will 
2 Dec. 1658, pr. in London 10 Feb. 1658-9 (Pell, 131); 
mar. Eliz , da. of Francix Higgen (Higgins). of Hardicick, 
in com. Ebor.. bp. at Pontefract 8 June 1600, bur. there 
17 Nov. 1672. They had i.ssue — 

Samudl (C). 

Elizabeth, presumed to have married John Stables, 
of Pontefract. 

Mary, mar. Aid. Knowles, of Pontefract, she died 
19 Feb. 1699-1700. 

C. SAMUELL DRAKE, D'- of Divinity, Vicar of Pomfre.t, 

(et. Jfi an. 15" Aug. a" 1665 ; Preb. of Southwell, Rector 
of Handsworth, educated at Pocklington, admitted at St. 
John's, Cambridge, 26 June 1637, ret. 15, bp at Halifax 
29 Sept. 1622, d. 28 Dec. 1678, bur. at All Saints', 
Pontefract. M.I. iSee Diet. Nat. Biog.) Mai: Jane, 
daughter or Robert Abbot, of Whitwood, in com. Ebor., 
bur. at Pontefract 31 Jan. 1700-1. They had issue — 

1. Frajicis (D). 

2. Samuel, of Leeds, clerk, d. s.p. ; mar. . . . Benson. 

3. Nathan, Rector of St. Peter's, Nottingham, Preb. 

of Southwell, b. 31 Mar. 1663, d. 24 Mar. 1705; 
mar. Elizabeth, dau. of Rev. . . . Matterson, 
of Hunsington (see their issue in Hunter's 
Min. Gent., iii, 1162). 

4. John, bp. at Pontefract 11 Apr. 1665. 

1. Anne, mar. Rev. Laurence Benson, of Leeds. 

2. Elizabeth, mar. William Stapvlton, D.D., 14 Sept. 

1686, she was bp. at S. Kirkby 7 July 1656, 
d. Dec. 1701, bur. at Sherburn. M.I. 

5. Jane, bp. at S. Kirkby 5 July 1659, bur. at Ponte- 

fract 22 July 1667. 
William, bp. at Pontefract 22 July 1667. 
Edmund, bp. at Pontefract 10 Aug. 1668. 

D. FRANCIS DRAKE, <i:t. 7 an. 13 Aug. 1663, Vicar of 

Pontefract, bp. at S. Kirkby 11 June 1654, bur. at 

Pontefract 3 Julv 1713. AVill 18 Sept. 1708, pr. 14 Nov. 

1713; mar. first Hannah, dau. of Mr. Palin, of York, 

bur. at Pontefract 2 July 1689. They had issue— 

1. John, Vicar of Pontefract, Rector of Kirk-Smeaton, 

Prebend of Holme, bp. 9 Jan. 1677-8 at St. Mary 

Bishophill, jun., York, d. Nov. 1742, bur. at 

Pontefract ; mar. Elizabeth Parsons, of Colchester, 

bur. at Pontefiact 5 Jan. 1718-9. They had 

issue — 

John, bp. at Pontefract 13 Apr. 1715, bur. 

18 June 1716. 
Palin, bp. at Pontefract 20 Aug., bur. 
11 Oct. 1718. 



34 DUGDALe's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

Elizabeth, mar. Christopher Feiitoii, of Huus- 
let, she was bp. at Poiitefract 13 Apr. 
1715, d. 14 Jan. 1772. 

2. Thomas, bp. at Pontefract 23 Feb. lG.Sl-2, bur. 

22 Apr. 1685. 

3. Francis, bp. at Pontefract 20 iMay 1G84, bur. 2 Julv 

1689. 

4. Nathan, bp. at Pontefract 6 Jan. 1686-7, bur. 5 Julv 

1689. 

5. Samuel. I ). I ) . liectoi- (if Treeton, Vicar of Holme in 

Sii;ililiiiu-iii"iv. ediiratej at 8edbergh, admitted at 
.St. John's Cullege, Cambridge, 4 'May 1704, bp. 

23 Apr. 1G88, d. 5 Mar. 1753, bur. at Treeton. 
M.I. {.see Diet. Nat. Biog.); mar. J]lizabeth, dau. 
of Rev. Darey Dalton, of Hawkswell. They had 
issue. 

6. William, Captain of a Man of War, bp. at Pontefract 

20 June 1689. Will 17 Feb. 1757, pr. 30 May 
1758; mar. Judith, dau. of Edward Langley, of 
Hipperholme. They had issue — 

Edward, of York, surgeon, d. v.p., (I) bur. 
at Belfreys 31 Oct. 1754; mar. Elizabeth, 
dau. of George Coates, of York. They 
had issue — 
Judith. 

1. Frances, bp. at Pontefract 30 Nov. 1680, mar. Rev. 

Thomas Barnard, Master of the Grammar School, 
Leeds. 

2. Hannah, bp. at Pontefract 6 Mar. 1682-3, mar. there 

Rev. F. Lascelles 3 July 1715. 

3. Anne, bp. at Pontefract 31 Jan. 1685-6, bur. 13 Feb. 

1686-7. 
Mar. secondly Elizabeth, dau. of John Dick.son, Town 
Clerk of Pontefract, bp. there 19 Sept. 1671. They had 
issue — 

7. Francis (E). 

4. Margarita Martina, bp. at Pontefract 23 Nov. 

1698. 

E. FRANCIS DRAKE, F.S.A., of York, author of " Eboracum," 
bp. at Pontefract 22 Jan. 1695-6, d. 16 Mar. 1771, bur. at 
St. Mary's, Beverle)-. M.I. (see Diet. Nat. Biog.) ; mar. 
Mary, dau. of George Woodveare, of Ci-ook Hill, Doncaster, 
at York Minster, 19 Apr. "l720, d. IS May 1728, bur. at 
Belfreys. They had issue — 
Francis (F). 

William, M.A., F.S.A., Master of Felstead School, 
Vicar of Isle worth, bp. at Belfreys, York, 10 Jan. 
1722-3, d. at Isleworth 13 May 1801 (.see Diet. 
Nat. Biog.) ; mar. Mary, dau. of Nathan Drake, 
of Lincoln, 



Due; DALE 



L'ATIUN OF YORKSHIRE. 



35 



F. FRANCIS DRAKE, D.D., Lecturer of Poiitefract, Vicar of 
AVoniersley, Vicar of St. Mary's, Beverley, Rector of Wine- 
stead, bp.' at Belfreys -j June" 1721, d. at Doucaster 2 Feb. 
179-5; mar Susanna, dau. of Jo.shua Wilson, Recorder of 
Pontefract, d. 17 Jan. 1800. 
Authorities — Hunter's "Minoruin Gentium " — Holmes' "Pontefract 
Sieges "—Halifax Registers— York Wills. 



1299182 




Stokesley, 9" Sept. 

of 

lascnbn. 



onut between three cross-crosslets fitchi 
titchee Or, a mural coronet Gules. 



I. PETER PEIRSE, or Bedall, in com. Ehor., Standard Bearer 
to King Richard the Third at Bosworth Field, where he 
lost a leg but lived many years after. ("Topographer and 
Genealogist," i, 510.) Had issue— 

II. THOMAS PEIRSE, of Bedale. Had issue- 
Ill. MARMADUKE PEIRSE, of Bedale and Cleveland, d. circa 
16U7; mar. Dorothy, dau. of (?) John Gale, of Scruton, co. 
York, d. and bur. "23 Apr. 1599 at Bedale. They had 



IIEXUY PEIRSE, of Bedale, youngei- .son, d. before 1634; 
mar. Isabell, dau. of Matthew Pickering, Esq., of Richmond. 
They had issue — 
John (V). 

Richard Puirsfi, Genf/eman. Seivnr of His Majesty's 
Ciiainber to A'iiit/ Charles ihn first, died nnmarr., 
b. 1602. 
Elizabeth. 
Dorothy. 



36 DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 

V. JOHN PEIRSE, ESQ., of Bedale and East Greenwich, in 
Kent, Gentleman Sewer in Ordinary of the Chamber to 
K. Charles y' 1"', entered his pedigree at the Visitation of 
1634, purcha.sed the manor of Bedale, bp. there 10 Mar. 1593. 
Will 21 July 1658, pr. at London 9 Sept. 1659 (Abs. 
York. Rec. Series, ix, 154) ; mar. Sarah, daughter of Peter 
Chamberlayn, sister to Peter Chamberlayn, Doctor in Phisick. 
They had issue — 

1. John Peirse, Esq., dyed unman-ied, of Bedale. 

2. Richard (VI). 

Dorothy, named in lier father's will ; mar. Ralph 
Dowson, of Loftus, in Netherdale. 

Sarah, named in her father's will. 

Isabel], named in her father's will ; mar. 28 Jan. 
1660-1 Abraham Clough, of Hull, at Northallerton. 

Hannah, named in her father's will. 

VI. RICHARD PEIRSE, ESQ., of Lasenby and Hutton Bonville, 
in com. Ebor., cet. 26 ann. 8 Sept. a" 1666, succeeded his 
brother, purchased manor of Thimbleby 1694, d. 1708. Will 
30 Nov. 1708, pr. at York, to be bur. at Hutton Bonville; 
mar. Mary, da^ighter of Matheiv Hutton, of Maske (Marske), 
in com. Ebor., 12 Juiie 1663 at Richmond, b. 4, bp. 12 Feb. 
1636-7 at Marske. They had issue — 

1. John (VII). 

2. Henry, (et. 2 ann. 1666, not named in his father's 

will. 
Thomas (a quo Peirse, of Hutton Bonville and 

Thimbleby). 
Catherine, mar. John Wastell, Esq., of Marske and 

Ainderby Steeple. 
Dorothy, mar. Thomas Stillington, Esq., of Kelfield. 

VII. JOHN PEIRSE, ESQ., of Lazenby, son & heir, at. J^ annor. 

S Sept. 1666, d. v.p. 5 Oct. 1694; mar. 7 May 1685 
Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Henry INIarwood, Bart., of Busby, 
d. 26 Mar. 1726. Will 1 Dec. 1725, pr. Apr. 1727. They 
had i.ssue — 

Henry (VIII). 

Mary, bp. at Northallerton 15 Mar. 1685-6. 

Dorothy, bp. at Northallerton 18 July, bur. tliere 
17 Aug. 1693. 

VIII. HENRY PEIRSE, ESQ., of Bedale, which he had from 

his great-uncle John Peirse. He was M.P. for Northallerton, 

bp. at Northallerton 25 Feb. 1691-2, d. 1759. Will 2 Mar. 

1756-7, pr. at York 24 Oct. 1759; mar. Anne Johnson. 

Will 10 July, pr. at York 26 Nov. 1765. They had issue- 
Henry (IX). 

Anne, mar. John Sawrev Morritt, Esq., of Rokeby, 
she died 6 Apr. 1809". 



DUODALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 37 

IX. HENRY PEIRSE, ESQ., of Bedale, !\[.P. for Northallerton 
17741824, b. 1754, d. 1824; mar. Charlotte Grace, dau. 
of John, second Lord Monson, 16 Au<'. 1777, d. 19 July 
179-3. They had issue— 

1. Charlotte, mar. Inigo Freeman Thomas, Esq., of 

Ratton, CO. Sussex. 

2. Marianne, eoheires.s, b. 1788, had Bedale estates. 

3. Harriet Elizabeth, coheiress, mar. 17 Aug. 1815 Sir 

John de la Poer Beresford, Bart., grandfather of 
the present Sir Henry de la Poer Beresford, Bart., 
she d. 28 Feb. 1825. 

Authorities — " Topographer and Genealogist," i, 510 Wills 

McCall's "History of 'Bedale." 



Barkeston Ashe Wapentake. Pomfret, 7 Apr. 1666. 

I. RICHARD LEEDS, as by the inscription on Brian Leedes' 
brass. He had issue — 

IL ROGER LEEDS. He had issue— 

[II. WILLIAM LEEDS, of North Milford, Inq. P.M. 25 Apr. 
9 Hen. VIII (1517), says he died 23 Sept. 6 Hen. VIII 
(1514); mar. Agnes .'. . C? remar. Thomas Typpinge). 
They had issue probably — 

Thomas Leedes, Esq., of Milford, eighteen years old 
at his father's Inq. ; mar. first . . . They had 
issue — 

Brian Leedes. d. 3 June 1564, bur. at 
Kirkby Wharfe. M.I. on brass (" York. 
Arch. Journal," xv, 28). 



' There ia very little information to be obtained about the early part of this 
family. It was early settled at Milford and Molescroft, near Beverley, 
and there was also a branch at Wappingthorn, in Sussex, which came into 
Yorkshire by the marriage of Marie, heiress of Thomas Leeds, of Milford, 
and so continued the line. 

It would almost seem that tlie place Hopenthorne, entered by Dugdale, 
must mean Wappingthorn, co. Sussex. 

Tliere is a will at York of William Ledcs, of MoUescroft, gentleman, dated 
Sept. 4, 1436, who left a son and heir Robert, but what connection he had 
with the first Richard does not appear. 



38 DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

Anne, mar. John Drapelles, of London 

(Glover). 
Jane, mar. John Ellis, of Barn borough 
(Glover). 
Mar. secondly Milicent, daii. of . . . Brandsby. They had 
issue — 

Thomas (IV). 

Francis. 

Christopher. 

Alice, mar. Edward Barkeston, of Barkeston. 

Dorofchv, mar. . . . Bendishe, of Norfolk. 



IV. THOMAS LEEDS, ESQ., of North Milford, a recusant, d. 

19, bur. 23 Apr. 1602 at Kirkbv Wharfe, fet. seventj'-three. 

M.L Will 18 Apr., pr. at York 6 July 1602; mar. Anne, 

0) dau. of . . . Scargill, d. in her husband's lifetime. They 

had issue — 

Marie, daughter and heire of Thomas Leedes, of North 
Milford, in com. Ebor., Estf. ; mar. Thomas Leedes, 
of Hopeiilhorne, in com. Ebor., Esqr., or more 
likely Sir Thomas Leedes, of Wappingthorn, co. 
Sussex, son of John of the same. They had 
issue — 

1. S'- John (V). 

2. Thomas, of Molescroft (see next pedigree). 
S. Robert. 

Jf. Ed^vard, named in his grandfather's will. 



S'- JOHN LEEDES, Kn'., son <& heire, mar. Bridget, daughter 
of S'' Thovias Muiison, of Burton, in com. Line, Kn'. (Line. 
Beds., Harl. Soc, 682)." They had issue— 

Thomas (VI). 

Mandelin. 



THOMAS LEEDES, slayne in the service of King Charles 
the first neer Oxford in the yeare IBJfO or thereabouts ; m,ar. 
Anne, daughter of S^ Ambrose Browne, of Becheivorth Castle, 
in com. Surr. They had issue — 

John, dyed yoimg. 

Elizabeth, died in her childhood. 




DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 39 

Barkestone Ashk Wapkxtake. 



of 
jHortlj ^ilforD. 



Arms: — Argent, a fess Gules between three eafjles displayed Sable. 

I. THOMAS LEEDES, of Moscroft (Molesoioft), neer Beverley, 
in com. Ebor., second son of Sir Tliomas Leeds, of 
Wappingthorn, co. Sussex, and Marie, dau. and heiress 
of Thomas Leeds, of North Milford (see above pedigree) ; 
mar. . . ., dauyhter of Fortincjton, of Porlington, in 
com. Ebor., Eitq': They had issue — 

1. Robert (II). 

2. Thomas, died without issue. 

Alexander, named with his brother Robert as executor 
of the will of his great grandfather Thomas Leeds, 
bp. at Kirkby Wharfe 28 Feb. 1601-2, bur. there 
29 Nov. 1603. 

1. Mary, died unmarried. 

2. Elizabeth, died unmarried. 

1 Ann, bur. at Kirkby Wharfe 17 Apr. 1601. 
II. ROBERT LEEDES, of Moscroft, died in anno 1655 or 
thereabouts, a Royalist Compounder fined £180, bp. at 
Kirkby Wharfe 4 'Nov. 1596, bur. at St. John's, Beverley, 
23 Oct. 1656 (C.B.N.), admon. in London 1658; mar. 
Elizabeth, dauyhter of Philip Constable, of Wassam 
(W^assand), in com. Ebor., Esq':, at Siglesthorne 12 July 
1632, bp. at Penrith 12 Oct. 1615, bur. at St. John's, 
Beverley, 4 Dec. 1680 (C.B.N.). They had issue— 

1. Enylebert (III). 
S. Edward. 

3. John. 

4. Robert. 
J. Lenox. 

2. Everill. 

III. ENGLEBERT LEEDES, of North Milford, in com. Ehor., 
Esq':, <ei. 2S annor. 7 Apr. 1666, bur. at Kirkby Wharfe 
29 Jan. 1703 ; m,ar. first Seceziah, dauyhter of Robert 
Crompton, of Great Driffeild, in com. Ebor., bp. at 
Driffeild 16 Jan. 1631-2, bur. at Holy Trinity, Good- 
ramgate, 5 Dec. 1673. They iiad issue — 



40 DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

John Leedes, son and heir, cp.tatis 10 annorum 7 Apr. 
a" D. ime, bp. at Holy Trinity, Goodramgate, 
20 July 1654 (CBN.), died v.p., bur. at 
Kirk by Wharfe 16 Apr. 1697, educated at 
Slierburii, admitted at St. John's College, 
Cambridge, 8 May 1671, Kt. 17. 
1. Francei), bp. at Hoi}' Trinit}-, Goodi'amgate, 16o8. 
S. Elizabeth, bp. at Holy Trinity, Goodramgate, 1660 
(Hf the Mrs. Elizabeth Leedes bur. at Kirkbv 
Wharfe 12 Apr. 1712) 

Keziah, bp. at Goodramgate 165.5, bur. there 1656. 

Ann, bp. at Goodramgate 1656, bur. there 1657. 

Ursula, bp. at Christ Church, York. 4 Oct. 1665. 
Mar. secondly Mary . . . . ? bur. at Kiikby Wharfe 
10 July 1710. They had issue— 

Anthony Leeds, Esq., of North Milford, bur. at 
Kirkby Wharfe 22 June 17 IL Will 15 Sept. 
1706, pr. at York 6 Oct. 1711 (vol Ixxvii, 336). 

Robert (IV). 

Katherine, bur. at Kirkby Wharfe 27 Feb. 1686. 

Martha, bur. at Kirkby Wharfe 1 Apr. 1690. 

Marv, bur. at Kirkbv Wharfe 3 Aug. 1708. 



ROBERT LEEDS, ESQ., of North Milford, succeeded 
his brother Anthony. Will 6 Feb. 1719-20, pr. at York 
(vol. Ixxv, 3) ; mar. Ellen or Helen Flowith at Kirkby 
Wharfe 24 Aug. 1717, bur. there 12 June 1767. They 
had issue — 

John, had £500 in his father's will, and estates 
after his sisters. 

Mary (V). 

Helen, bur. at Kirkbv Wharfe 10 Aug. 1720. 

Elizabeth, bur. at Kirkbv Wharfe 20 Feb. 1721. 



MARY LEEDS, heiress to her father, bur. at Wib.sey 
Dec. 1758. Will 1 Nov. 1757, pr. at York 27 Nov. 
1760 (vol. civ, 428); mar. 10 Mar. 1740-1, at St. Paul's 
Cathedral, Edward Rookes, of Royds Hall, near Bradford, 
who assumed the name of Leeds. In consequence of his 
extravagance he had to sell his estates, which were 
bought by the well-known Low ]\Ioor Company. He died 
from self-inflicted wounds at North Milford 13 and was 
buried at Wibsey Chapel 18 Aug. 1785. They had 
issue — 

Edward Rookes, bui-. at Kirkbv Wharfe 18 Apr. 

1743. 
Mary, named in her motlier'.s will, mar. George 

Walker, of Mid.llewood Hall, died s.p. 
Jane, named in her mother's will, mar. William 
Serjeantson of Wakefield. 



DUGDALE'S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



41 



Elizabeth, named in her mother's will, died unmar. 

1763, bur. in Wibsey Ciiapel. 
Ann, named in her mother's will, mar. Rev. 
Jeremiah Smith, of Woodside, Sussex. 
Edward Rookes Leeds mar. secondly Henrietta, dau. of 
Sandford Hardcastle, of Wakefield, who died May 1803 s.p. 

Authorities — York Wills — Kirkby Wharfe Registers, etc. 



HOLDERNESSE MIDDLE BaYLIWICK. 



Kingston-super-Hull, 2° Sept. 1665. 

djompsait 

of 
Humbltton. 



Arms ; — Per fess Argent and Sable, a fess counter-embattled between three 

falcons, ail counterchanged, a crescent for difference. 

I. RICHARD THOMPSON, mar. Anne, dau. of William 

Langley, of Scarborough. They had issue — 

Christopher (a quo Thompson, of Hull, vol. ii, 

pp. 488, 489). 
WiUiam (II). 




II. WILLIAM THOMPSON, of Himihleton, in Holdernesse, died 
in a" 16S0 or thereabouts.' Will 9 Nov. 1635, pr. at York 
7 Mar. 1637-8 (unregistered); mar. Elizabeth, dau. of John 
Barker, of Scarborough. They had issue — 

1. Francis (III). 

2. Richard, of Kilhani (a quo Thompson, of Kilham). 

3. John, died unmarried, had £200 in his father's will. 

1. Mary, wife of Robert Jackson, of Burlington, in co. 

£bor. 

2. Isabel!, wife of Francis Beale, of Sca/rborough, in co. 

Ebor. 



42 DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

S. Elizabeth, wife unto Richard Peacock, of jScarborough. 
Jf. Eufemia, wife of Alexand'' Metcalfe, of Leedes. 

Martha, mai'. . . . Wright, named in her father's 



III. FRANCIS THOMPSON, of Humhleton and Scarborough, 

died in a" 1657, a Royalist Compounder (see Royalist 
Comp. Papers, York. Rec. Ser.) ; mar. Elizabeth, da. of 
George Tockett», or Tocketts, in com. Ebor., lie. 1599, 
d. 4 Apr. 1666. M.I. at Scarborough. They had 
issue — 

1. Stephen (IV). 

2. Christopher Thompson, of Scarborough ; married Sarah, 

daughter of James Boyse, of Whitby, in com,. 
Ebor. 

1. Isabell, wife unto Thomas Gent, of Burbroke, in co. 

Essex. 

2. Frances, wife unto Will'm Thorneton, of Kingston- 

super-Hull, in com. Ebor. 

IV. STEPHEN THOMPSON, of Humbleton and Scarborough, 

Esq''., notv one of his 3fa''" Justices of the Peace in this 
County, cet. 63 ann. 2 Sept. 1665, a Royalist Compounder, 
fined £400 in 164-5-6, and then called owner of Scar- 
borough Castle. Will 17 Nov. 1675, pr. 14 July 1677 
(vol. Ivii, 627) ; mar. Mary, daughter of Henry Blakeston, 
of Archdeacon- Newton, in y' Bishoprick of Durham, d. 1659. 
They had issue - 

1. Will'm (V). 

2. Stephen Thompson, merchant of London, named in his 

father will. Had issue — 

Stephen, named in his grandfather's will. 

1. Eliz., wife unto Charles Hotham, a younger son to 

S'' John Hotham, of Scarborough, in com. Ebor., 
BK, bur. at Driffield 29 Apr. 1685. M.I. 

2. Juliana, wife unto Thomas Johnson, a merch' in 

Hull. 

3. Frances, wife of Thomas Catterall, of Crooke, in com. 

Lane. 
If.. Isabell, had legacy in her father's will. 

5. Anne, executrix of her father's will. 

6. Sarah. 

7. Margaret, executrix of her father's will. 



V. WILL'M THOMPSON, of Scarborough, in com. Ebor., (et. SO 
an. 2' Sept. 1665, M.p! for Scarborough 1660-81, 1689-91, 
bp. 30 Aug. 1629, d. 1691 ; mar. Frances, da. of Henry 
Bernard, an Alderman of Hull, at Holy Trinity, Hull, 
28 Aug. 1654, bur. 31 Jan. 1710-1. They had issue— 



DUGDALe's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 43 

1. Francis Thompson, cftt. 10 ann. 2" Sept. a' 1665, of 

Humbleton, M.P. for Scarborough 1679-81, 1688-95, 
d. 1693 ; mar. Arabella, dau. and h. of Sir Edmund 
Alleyn, Bart., of Hatfield Peverell, co. Essex, lie. 
"26 Nov. 1669 (remar. Lord George Howard, third 
son of sixth Duke of Norfolk). They had issue — 
William Thompson, Esq., of Humbleton, 

M.P. for Scarborough 1701-22, 1739-44, d. 

•Tune 1744 

2. Henry, at. 8 ann., of Lincoln's Inn, Lord of the 

Manor of Thornthorpe ; mar. . . . 

3. Stephen (VI). 

4. William, a merchant, d. s.p. in India 1702. 

5. Edward, of the Isle of Ely ; mar. Margaret, widow 

of John Avery. 
1. Mary. 
S. Susanna. 
S. Arabella, mar. Edward Thompson, of Westminster. 

Will 2 Oct. 1739, pr. 6 Sept. 1741, to be bur. at 

Humbleton. 
4.. Isabella, named in her brother Stephen's will 1736. 

0. Anne. 

Elizabeth, d. unmar., named in her brother Stephen's 
will 1736. 

VI. REV. STEPHEN THOMPSON, of Welton, Lord of the 
Manor of Thornthorpe. Will 3 Sept. 1736, pr. at York 
3 Nov. 1744; mar. Ilannah, dau. of Rev. Stephen Clarke. 
They had issue — 

William (VII). 

Frances, mar. Sir Beaumont Hotham, Bart. 

Arabella, mar. Henry de la Bere, Esq. 

VII. WILLIAM THOMPSON, ESQ., of Humbleton, d. at 
Beverley intestate, bur. at Humbleton 20 May 1756 ; mar. 
Agnes, dau. of Luke Lillingston. They had issue — 

1. Lillingston Thompson, Esq., of Humbleton, Lieutenant 

in the Army, d. 12 Aug. 1771 intestate, bur. at 
Humbleton. 

2. William Thompson, Esq., of Humbleton, bur. there 

11 May 1766, aged twenty -three. Will 6 May 
1766, p'-- at York 11 Mar. 1767. 
Agnes, d. at Bristol, bur. there. 



44 IJUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 

\RKESTON Ashe. Pomfret, 8 Aug. 1665. 



of 
llkkktbtoayt- drangfi. 



Arms: — Sable, a sal tire Or. 

Cre.st : — A leopard's head guardant, erased at the neck Argent, pellettee. 




I. ROBERT BEILBY, of Killerby, mar. . . . dau. of . . . 
Grice (Glover). They had issue — 

II. THOMAS BEILBY, of Killerby and Cayton, Justice of the 
Peace and Quorum. Will 6 Sept. 1548, pr. at York 
2 Mar. 1548-9, to be bur. at Cayton Church ; mar. Ann, 
dau. of . . . Wood, of Pickering. They had issue — 

Guy (III), 

John, 

Peter, 

Bartholomew, 

Richard, 

William, 

Dorothy, 

Katherine, 

Margaret, mar. . . . Smythe 

Elinor, mar. . . . Hompton, , 



All mentioned in their 
father's will. 



III. GUY BEILBY, of Killerby, mar. 
Richard (IV). 



RICHARD BEILBY, of Killerby and Micklethwaite Grange, 
ju. ux., bur. at Collingham 9 July 1614. Will 16 May 
1611, pr. at York 8 Dec. 1614 (vol. xxxiii, 350); mar. 
first Frances, dau. of Robert Foster. They had issue — 
Mary, mar. Charles Nowell, of Balnehall (Glover). 
Mar. secondly Frances, dau. of Bernard and Anne Paver, 
of Micklethwaite Grange. They had issue — 



DUODALES VISITAIION 01'^ YORKSHIRK. 45 

Thomas (V). 

Jane (1). 

Ann {?). 

Dorothj' (1). 
Mar. thirdly Isabell, dau. of Robert Fletcher, bur. at 
Collingham 26 Jan. 1618-9. Will, as of Wetherby, 22 Jan. 
1618-9, pr. at York 15 Apr. 1619 (xxxv, 312). They had 
issue — 

James, named in his mother's will ; (1) mar. at Col- 
lingham 15 July 1612 Maria Nayler. 

John, bp. 1 May, bur. 15 July 1589 at Colling- 
ham. 

Arthur, executor of his mother, bp. at Collingham 
IS July 1590; (1) of Spofforth, and mar. Prudence 
Sheffield, of Bingley (Paver). 

Henry, of Collingham, named in his father's 
will, bur. there 23 Oct. 1621. Will 21 Oct. 
1621, pr. at York 4 Apr. 1622 (xxxvi, 671); 
mar. Elizabeth Birdsall 20 Oct. 1612. They 
had issue — 

Richard, bp. at Collingham 18 Apr. 

1614. 
Thomas, bp. at Collingham 4 Nov. 1616. 

Edmund, named in his father's will. 

Richard, named in his father's will. 

Francis, named in his father's and mother's wills. 

Edward, named in his father's will. 

William. 

Anthony, bur. at Collingham. 

Bridget, named in her mother's will, bp. at Colling- 
ham 5 Feb. 1586-7 ; mar. there Henry Simpson 
1 May 1610. 

Grace, named in her father's and mother's wills, bp. 
at Collingham 29 Mar. 1593 ; mar. Anthony 
Markham, of Kirkdale, lie. 1613. 

Muriel, named in her father's and mother's 
wills, bp. at Collingham 10 July 1597 ; mar. 
Robert Shan, of Methley, (?) bur. there 31 Mar. 
1623. 



THOMAS BEILB Y, of Micklethwai/t Grange and of Killerhy, 
in com. Ebor., died in o" 1639 or thereabouts, {%) admon. 
at York 15 Dec. 1637 to Ann Wyvil, daughter; mar. 
Thomasine, daughter of Thomas Thwemje, of Betvortk in 
comitatu Eboritm. They had issue — 
William (VI). 

1. Frances, wife of Samuell Lacy, of Orton, in com. 

Eborum. 

2. Anne, wife of Roqer Wyvell, of 

Ebornm (Glover, 189). 



46 DUGDALe's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

S. Isabel, married to Francis Shan, of Medley (Methley), 
in com. Eboru., bp. at Collingham 24 Aug. 1588. 
(?)Mar. secondly Frances, dau. of Roger Dalton, Esq., of 
Kirkby Misperton. 

VI. WILLIAM BEILBY, of Micklethwayt Grange, died 27 May 
a''7(S(55, (Obp. at Coliingham 29 Apr. 1591, d. 29 . . . 
1665, in his seventy-seventh year, bur. at Collingham, M.I. ; 
mar. Susan, dau. of Richard Sunderland, of Coley Hall, 
in CO. Ebor., Esq., at Collingham 9 Feb. 1616-7, bp. at 
Halifax 21 Aug. 1597, bur. 19 Oct. 1664 at St. Martin's, 
Micklegate, York. They had issue — 

1. Richard Beilby, died in a" 1650, v p., bp. at Halifax 

12 June 1625; mar. Dorothy, daughter of Laivr. 
Sayre, of Worsell, in com. Eborum. They had 
issue — 

William, died a child 15 Nov. 1658, ret. 
thirteen. 

1. Elizabeth. 

2. Susan, bp. at Collingham 1 Apr. 1650. 

2. John (VIT). 

1. Anne, wife of John Mompesson, of Thorn Parke, in 

com. Eborum, bp. at Collingham 30 Dec. 1617. 

2. Frances, bp. at Collingham 8 Nov. 1621, first married 

to Jonas Tomson, of Kilham, in com. Ebor. (who 

d. circa 1648) ; secondly to Francis Dodsivorth, 

of Waflas ; thirdly to Cuthbert Wade, of Kilsey 

(Kilnsea), Esq. 
S. Susanna, tvife unto Francis Wilkinson, of Thorpe, in 

com. Ebor. 
Jf. Thomasine, ivife unto Walter Laycock, of Copman- 

thorpe, in co. Ebor. 
William, bur. at Halifax 21 Aug. 1624. 
Thomas, bur. at Halifax 11 July 1626. 
Abraham, bur. at Halifax 10 Dec. 1632. 
Peter, of Edmonton, Middlesex, bp. at Collingham 

1 May 1630, admitted at Gray's Inn 30 Apr. 

1657. 

VII. JOHN BEILBY, of Micklethicayle Grange, Esq''., 7iotv one 
of his Ma''" Justices of Peace and Quorum in this county 
of Yorke, tet. 31 an. 8 Aug. 1666, admitted at Gray's Inn 
17 May 1650, d. 1702, bur. at Cayton. Admon. at York 
2 Feb. 1 702-3 to wife Barbara ; mar. Barbara, daughter 
unto S'' John Lowther, of Lowther, in co. Westmorland, 
Bar'. They had issue — 

1. John, died an infant, bp. at Collingham 29 May, 

d. 25 June 1665, M.I. at Collingham. 

2. Mary, cet. 2 ann. et dim. 8 Aug. 1665, bp. at 

Collingham 3 Mar. 1662-3 ; mar. Henry Thomp- 
son, Esq., of Escrick, as second wife, bur. at 
Escrick 30 July 1727. 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



47 



Elizabeth, bp. at Collingham 28 Nov. 1666, (■!) bur. 

there 4 Aug. 1681. 
Barbara, of Killerbj', bp. at Collingham 18 Aug. 

1670. 
Susanna, bp. at Collingham 14 May 1672. 
William, bp. at Collingham 28 May 1674. 



HOIDERNESSE. 



Beverley, 15" Sept. 

Constable 

of 
cMassaiitr. 



2 and 3. ... a fess dancettee paly of four Gules and Sable 
between three mullets pierced. 




I. S'- ROBERT CONSTABLE, of Flamborough, in co. Ebor., 
Km., dyed 3 H. 7 (see Constable of Flamborough, 
vol. ii, p. 289) ; tnar. Aynes, daughter of S'' Roger Went- 
worth, of Nettlested, in com. Suff., KnK, 1 wife. They 
had issue — 

/. S'' Marmaduke Constable, of Flamborough, Kt., dyed 
a" 10 H. 8 (a quo Constable, of Flamborough and 
Everingham). 
2. John CouKtable, Deane of Lincoln. 
■3. Philip. 
Jf. Sir Robert Constable, of Cliffe (a quo Constable, of 

Cliffe). 
.5. Sir Will'm Constable (II). 

II. SIR WILL'M CONSTABLE, of Carethorpe (Caythorpe), in 
com Ebor., purchased the Wassand estate, d. 22 July 
1526, bur. at Rudston, M.I. Admon. at York 14 Mar. 



48 UUGUALK's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

1528, Inq. P.M. 16 Apr. 19 Hen. VIII (1527); mar. 
Joane, daughter and heire or S"" Jioyer (Thomas) Fidthorpe, 
one of the Jiistises of the Court of ... . Will 

11 Sept., pr. 18 Dec. 1540, to be bur. at Rudston (Test. 
Ebor., vi, 106). They had issue— 

1. Robert Constable, of Carethorpe (a quo Constable, of 

Caythorpe). 

2. Marmaduke (III). 

Roger, had lease of Northburtun in his mother's 

will. 
Margerie, named in her mother's will. 
Eleanora, mar. John Ashton (Poulson). 

III. MARMADUKE CONSTABLE, of Wassand, in Holdernesse, 

Esq''., died a" 10 Eliz. R., bur. at Goxhill 1558. Admon. 
at York 29 Mar. 1559, Inq. P.M. 15 Apr. 1 Eliz. 
(1559), says he died 23 Jan. last; mar. Elizabeth, dau. and 
h. of Robert Stokes, of Goxhill, d. 1560, bur. at Goxhill. 
They had issue — 

1. Marmaduke (IV). 

2. William, of Drax Abbey, Gent., executor of liis 

brother Edward. Admon. at York 1 Oct. 1618 ; 

mar. . . . They had issue — 

Marmaduke, Rector of Everingham. 
Edward, of Hornsea, Gent. Nunc, will 27 July, pr. 

23 Aug 1613. 
John, named in his brother Marmaduke's will. 
Robert, mar. Catherine, dau. of Richard Cholmley, 

of Skewsby. They had issue. 
Margaret, named in her brother Marmaduke's will. 

IV. MARMADUKE CONSTABLE, of Wassa7id, in Ilolder- 

nesse, Esq''., iyi com. Ebor., died 10 Jac. R., bur. at 
Goxhill 11 July 1568. Will 6 July 1568, pr. at York 
6 Oct. 1569 (vol. xviii, 115); mar. Catherine, daughter 
of John Holme, of Payill-Holme, in Holdernesse, Esqr. 
(remar. John Moore, Esq., of York, at Sigglesthorne 

12 Sept. 1569, who d. 21 Dec. 1597), she d. 8 June 1634 
in her ninetieth year, bur. at York Minster (Drake's 
York). Will 2 Sept. 1628, pr. at York 22 Nov. 1634 
(vol. xlii, 532). They had issue— 

Marmaduke (V). 

Frances, mar. first at Belfreys, York, 7 Jan. 1584-5 
Henry Cheeke, Esq., Secretary to the Council of 
the North ; .secondly Sir John Rodes, of Barl- 
borough, bp. at Sigglesthorne 12 Sept. 1568. 

V. MARMADUKE CONSTABLE, ESQ., of Wassand (this 
generation omitted by Dugdale), bp. at Sigglesthorne 
18 Feb. 1564-5, bur. at York Minster 24 Oct. 1607, 



UUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 49 

M.I. Will 21 Oct. 1607, pr. at York 1 June 1608 
(vol. XXX, 59) ; mar. Elizabeth, dau. of John Shirley. 
They had issue — 
Philip (V). 

Edward, bp. at Belfreys 1 May 1603. 
William, died unmarried. 
Susan, bp. at Belfreys 15 May 1600, wife of Alan 

Bellingham, of Leveng, in co. WestmerM, Esq': 
Henry, bp. at Belfreys 30 Oct. 1592, bur. there 

10 Mar. 1592-3. 
Mannaduke, bp, at Belfreys 29 Aug. 1596. 
Marmaduke, bp. at Belfreys 9 Apr. 1600. 
Marmaduke, bp. at Belfreys 28 Jan. 1601-2, bur. 

there 2 May 1602. 
Marmaduke, bp. at Belfreys 2 June 1606, bur. 

there 15 June 1606. 
Faith, bp. at Belfreys 30 Dec. 1597, bur. at Bishop- 
hill Elder 8 Apr. 1599. 
(?) Rachel, bp. at Belfreys 6 Feb. 1600-1. 

VI. PHILIP COXSTABLE, of Wassand, Esq"., slaine in a dnell 
by M''. Edmund Percy (his wife's first cousin), 5 Maij 
a" 16 IS, bp. at Belfreys 6 Jan. 1593-4, bur. at Goxhill 
16 May 1G18, admon. at York 12 June 1618; mar. Mary, 
daughter and heir of Ealph More, of Bewick, in Holder- 
nesse, Esq''., and of Frances, his wife, sister of S'' Christopher 
Allured, Ku'., 2l' Oct. 1607, at Goxhill, and 21 Apr. 1612 
at Belfrevs, Y''ork (she remar. John Constable, of Catfoss, 
lie. 18 Jan. 1619-20), bur. 12 May 1678 at Thormanbv. 
They liad issue — 

1. Marmaduke (VII). 

2. Raphe Constable, bp. at Sigglesthorne 23 Mar. 

1617-8; mar. Fayth, daughter of . . . They had 

issue — 

Faith, mar. Elias Pickard. 
1. Catherine, tvife of Thomas Gee, of Eillingraves, in co. 

Ebor. ; mar. at Belfreys 24 Sept. 1633, bp. at 

Sigglesthorne 3 July 1614. 
Z. Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Leedes, of Moscroft, in com. 

Ebor. ; mkr. at Sigglesthorne 12 July 1632. 

VII. MARMADUKE CONSTABLE, of Wassand, Esq':, died in 
a" 1657, vel circa, bp. at Sigglesthorne 9 June 1616, 
admitted at Gray's Inn 8 May 1635, bur. at Goxhill; m,ar. 
Frances, daughter of S'' John Buck, of Filay, in com. Ebor., 
Km., d. 2, bur. 4 June 1644 at Go.xhill (Poulson). They 
had issue — 

1. Marmaduke (VIII). 

2. John, died unmarried, bur. at Goxhill 1 1 Oct. 

1649. 



50 DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

/. Elizabeth, tvife of Francis I'omson (Thompson), of 
Scarhorouyh, bp. at Sigglesthorne 16 Mar. 16-tO-l, 
d. 4 Apr. 1666, bur. at Scarborough (Gent's 
Hull). 

fS. Catherine, died unmarried, 6 Apr. 1666, bur. at 
Scarborough, M.I. (Gent's Hull), bp. at Siggles- 
thorne 30 Nov. 1643. 

VIII. MARMABUKE CONSTABLE, of Wassand, in com. Ebor., 
(et. !26 an. 15 Sept. 1666, bp. at Sigglesthorne 25 July 
1642, d. 30 June 1690, bur. at Goxhill, M.I. Will 
25 Apr. 1681, pr. at York 1690 (vol. Ixi, 391); mar. 
first Martha, dau. of . . . Alured, 27 Dec. 1666, bur. 
at St. Mary's, Beverley, 24 Dec. 1674. They had issue — 

Marmaduke. 

Catherine, named in her father'.s will. 
Mar. secondly Faith, dau. of Sir Nicholas Yarburgh, of 
Snaith, bp. there 12 July 1649, mar. 27 Sept. 1675, bur. 
at St. Mary's, Beverley, 20 Oct. 1721. They had issue— 

Yarburgh (IX). 

Nicholas, bur. at Goxhill 29 May 1690. 

Marmaduke, bp. at Sigglesthorne 8 Aug. 1678. 

Thomas. 

Henrietta Maria. 

Maria. 

Faith. 

IX. YARBURGH CONSTABLE, ESQ., of Wassand, bp. at 
Sigglesthorne 28 Sept. 1676, d. 4 June 1731, bur. at 
Beverley Minster, M.I. ; mar. Rosamond, dau. of John 
Estoft, Esq., of Estoft, d. 25 Apr. 1756, set. eighty-six. 
Will 19 Dec. 1755, pr. at York 10 June 1756 (vol. c, 
284). They had issue— 
Marmaduke (X). 

John, of Beverley, wine merchant, d. 25 Feb. 1752, 
let. forty-two, bur. at Lockington. Will 29 Oct. 
1745, pr. at York 5 May 1752 (vol. xcvi, 310); 
mar. Elizabeth Jarratt at St. Cuthbert's, York, 
31 Jan. 1737, d. 19 June 1756. Will 12 May, 
pr. at Y''ork 21 Oct. 1756 (vol. c, 130). They 
had issue — 

Henry, only child, d. unmar. 2 Mar. 1760, 
in his twenty-third year, bur. at Locking- 
ton. Will 3 Aug. 1759, pr. 15 May 
1760 (vol. civ, 106). 
Rosamond, b. 1700; mar. Francis Best, Esq., of 
Elmswell, 1727, d. at Bath 8, bur. 18 Mar. 1787 
at Elmswell. 
Elizabeth. 
Jane. 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 51 

Faith, d. 27 Feb. 1732-3, set. thirty, bur. at Beverley 

Min.ster, M.I. 
Katherine, d. inf. 

X. MARMADUKE CONSTABLE, ESQ., of Wassand, b. Jan. 
1707-8, d. 16 Apr. 1762, set. fifty-four; mar. Mary, dau. 
of Thomas Worsley, Esq., of Hovingham, 31 May 1735, d. 
24 June 1752, xt. forty-two. They had issue — 

1. Marmaduke Constable, Esq., of Was.sand, b. June 

1736, d. unmar. 6 July 1812. 

2. Thomas (XI). 

Mary, mar. Jonathan Acklom, of Wiseton, b. 1737. 
Rosamond, b. 1738, d. s.p. 1801. 

XL REV. THOMAS CONSTABLE, Rector of Sigglesthorne, 
Archdeacon of East Riding, b. 1739, d. 16 Feb. 1786. 
Will 22 Feb. 1783, pr. at York 3 Apr. 1786 (vol. cxxx, 
142); mar. Sarah, dau. of Christopher Goulton, Esq., of 
Walcot, CO. Line, at St. John's, Beverley, 31 Aug. 1769. 
They had issue — 

Thomas, d. v.p., bur. at Lockington 29 Oct. 1770. 
Charles (XII). 

Marmaduke, bp. at Sigglesthorne 7 June 1774, d. 
s.p. ; mar. Octavia, dau. of General Hale, 1807, d. 
1824. 
Sarah, d. s.p. 1798. 
Rachel Mary Anne, bp. at Sigglesthorne 4 June 

1776; mar. James Salmond, Esq. 
Frances Elizabeth, bp. at Sigglesthorne 23 Dec. 1781 ; 
mar. Rev. William Bentinck, Prebendary of West- 
minster. 

XII. REV. CHARLES CONSTABLE, of Wassand, succeeded 
his uncle Marmaduke, bp. at Sigglesthorne 25 Apr. 1773, 
d. 9 Dec. 1852; mar. June 1796 Lucy, dau. of Jonathan 
Acklom, Esq., of Wiseton, and Mary Constable, d. at York 
29 May 1839, set. seventy-eight, bur. in the Cemetery 
there. They had issue — 

Mary, only daughter and heiress; mar. 30 Mar. 1818 
Sir George Strickland, Bart., who assumed the 
name of Chomeley, and whose second son Henry, 
succeeded to tlie Wassand estates and took the 
name of Constable. 

Authorities — York Wills — Parish Registers. 



52 dugdale's visitation of Yorkshire 

Strafford and Tickhill Wapentake. Rotheram, 16 Sept. 1665. 

of 
Eotbtrljant. 

Arms : — Gules, a bend between six martlets Or. 

Genealogists differ very much about the early history of this 
family. The best early pedigiee is in Hunter's Hallamshire, p. 390. 
Dugdale's account cannot be accurate according to dates, so the 
first three generations are omitted and the following alteration is 




I. NICHOLAS MOUNTENEY, of Cowley. Will 6 June 
pr. at York 12 July 1499, (Reg. Rotherham, 369 a, see 
Gatty's Ecclesfield, 150), to be bur. in Ecclesfield Church ; 
mar. Elizabeth, dau. of Robert Drax, by Katherine Mirfield 
(Flower's Visitation), or dau. of John Drax, by Margaret 
Barley (Hunter). They had issue — 

Robert Mounteney, of Cowley and Shiercliffe. Will 
3 Aug. 1519, pr. at York 10 Mar. 1519-20 (ix, 93), 
bur. at Ecclesfield, M.I., Inq. RM. 12 Hen. VIII. ; 
mar. first Isabel, dau. of Nicholas Wortley, of 
Wortley. They had issue — 

Robert, d. v.p. ; mar. (1) Anne, dau. of Sir 
John Draycotes, Knt. They had issue — 
John,' of Cowley, aged eleven at his 
grandfather's Inq., d. 2 Aug. 1536, 
MI. at Ecclesfield, Inq. P.M. 
4 Oct. 28 Hen. VIII.; mar. Jo- 
hanna .... They had issue — 
Barbara, aged six years at her 
father's Inq.; mar. first, Thos. 
Thwaites, of Marston ; mar. 
secondly, at Ecclesfield, 17 Nov. 
1562, Thomas Cotton, she was 
bur. at Ecclesfield 30 Nov. 
1585. 

' Mr. Hunter does not mention this generation, but Robert Mountney's will 
in 1519 refers to his grandchildren. 



DUGDALe's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 53 

Dorothy, aged eight at her 

father's Inq. ; mar 

. Smethley, d. s.p. 

T^i- u ?L named in their grand- 
Elizabeth f^^,^^^,^ ^^-ij 

Dorotliy j 

Mar. secondly Katherine .... 

Thomas, of Sandal. Will 31 July 1539, pr. at York 

12 Apr. 1543 (.xi, 662), to be bur. at Sandal. 

Alexander, named in his father's will 1499. 

Nicholas (II). 

Joan, named in her father's will. 

Isabel. 

II. NICHOLAS MOUNTNEY, ESQ-., of Ecclesfield. Will 
22 Apr., pr. at York 7 May 1543 (xi, 747), to be bur. at 
Ecclesfield ; mar. C?) Margaret Bravyson. They had issue — 
John (III). 
Edward, executor of his father. 

III. JOHN MOUNTNEY, of Creswick, in Ecclesfield, bur. at 
EcclesBeld 20 Jan. 1572-3. Will 8 Jan. 1572-3, pr. at 
York 26 Aug. 1574 (xix, 737) ; mar. Maud, daughter 
of George Wastneys, of Headon, in eo. Nott. (remar. Ralph 
Croft, at Ecclesfield, 6 Oct. 1578), bur. at Ecclesfield 
31 Mar. 1599. They had issue— 

1. Thomas Moimtney, of Wheatley, near Doncaster, in 
com. Ebor., Barrister-at-Law, J. P., Treasurer of 
Lame Soldiers, bur. at Doncaster 12 Jan. 1616-7, 
admon. 29 Jan. 1616-7; m,ar. Mary, da. of John 
Dray cote, of Paynesley, in eo. Staff., Esq'-, (widow 
of Thomas Waterton, Esq., of " Walton). They 
had issue — 

Thomas Mountney, Esq'-., of Wheatley, died 
in a" 1635, or thereabouts, admitted at 
Gray's Inn 8 Mar. 1609-10. (?) Admon. 
15 July 1641, as of Ritton, co. Northumber- 
land ; mar. Eliz., daughter of S'' William 
Cave, of Walterstoke, in com. Oxon. (remar. 
Sir John Wadeson, Knt.). They had 
issue — 

Arnold Mountney, of ... in com. 
Northumberland, admitted at 
Gray's Inn 9 Aug. 1624. 
i, Elizabeth, wife of . . . Brawne 

(Browne). 
2. . Jane, wife of . . . Brawne (Browne), 
of ... , bp. at Doncaster 29 Sept. 
1615. 
(i) Thomas, bp. at Doncaster 1 Dec. 
1619. 



54 DUGDALE'S visitation ok YORKSHIRE. 

a. Arnold Mountney, died without issue. 
S. Nicholas (IV). 

Margaret, (?) mar. . . . Baker. 

Isabel, mar. Robert Hoole at Ecclesfield 28 Aug. 
1599. 

Ellen, named in her father's will. 

Barbara, bur. at Ecclesfield 30 Jan. 1569-70. 

IV. NICHOLAS MOVNTNEY, of Rotherham, in com. Ebor., 
died in a' 1616 or thereabouts. Will 17 Nov. 1614, pr. 
at York 27 Apr. 1615 (xxxiii, 486); mar. Ellen, dauijhter 
of Richard Burrows, of Rotherham, 8 June 1591. They 
had issue — 

1. Richard (V). 

2. John, died unmarried, named in his father's will, 

bp. at Rotherham 9 Nov. 1605. 
Anne, wife ot Anthony Wright, of Malt by, in com. 
Ebor., named in her father's will. 

V. RICHARD MOUNTNEY, of Rotherham, (vt. 67 annorum 

16 Sept. rt" 1665, admitted at Gray's Inn 22 Oct. 1617, 

bur. at Rotherham 12 Dec. 1669 ; mar. Katherine, eldest 

daughter of S'' George Fitz-Oeffrey, Kn'. Thev had issue — 

Francis (VI). 

1. Anne, wife of Charles Tucker (Tookei'), of . . . in 

com,. Wilts, now residing in Rotheram ; mar. at 
Rotherham 17 July 1656, bur. there 21 May 
1671. 

2. Catherine, ivife of Jasper Blythman, of New Lathes, 

in com. Ebor., Esq'., she was bp. at Rotherham 
13 Oct. 1633; mar. there 4 Nov. 1663. 

Thomas, bp. at Rotherham 3 Mar. 1632. 

Jane, bp. at Rotherham 23 Mar. 1631. 

VI. FRANCIS MOUNTENEY,' of Rotherham, wt. S2 an. 
16 Sept. rt" 1665, bp. there 13 Apr. 1630, educated there, 
admitted at St. John's, Cambridge, 10 May 1648, and 
Gray's Inn 6 July 1650, living 1688 (Hunter); mar. Jane, 
dau. of . . . Atkinson, Alderman of Cambridge. They had 
issue — 

Richard, bp. at Rotherham 30 Nov. 1671 (Hunter). 

Catherine, bp. at Rotherham 12 Dec. 1672_ (Hunter). 

Authorities — Hunter's Hallamshire — Gatty's Ecclesfield Registers — 
York Wills. 



' Francis Mounteney appears to have left Kotherliam, and there seems to 
be no further information about him. Mr. Hunter in " Hallamshire," p. 393, 
suggests that his son Richard may have been the Richard Monnteney who 
lived at Kew or Richmond, and was in the Customs, dying in 1707, his will 
being dated 25 Sept., proved 20 Oct. 1707 (Polay, 233) in London, father (or 
more probably grandfather) of Richard Mounteney, Baron of the Exchequer 
in Ireland, whose life is in the " Dictionary of National Biography," but the 
Richmond Registers and the will in 1707 do not favour this idea. 



UUGDALKS VISITATION OK YORKSHIRE. 55 

SuRROCGH OF Lkedes. Leedes, 11 Auff. 1665. 







Arms : — Gules, three stirrups, leathered and buckled Or, a canton' Argent. 
Crest : — Out of a ducal coronet Or a lion's ganib erect Sable, charged with 
a trefoil slipped of the first. 

I. LEWIS SCUDAMORE, of Salisbury, co. Monmouth; mar. 
Elizabeth, dau. of William Llewellyn, of Newport, co. 
Monmouth. They had issue — 
Thomas (II). 
Catherine. \ 

Blanche. -Glover's Visitation. 
Margaret. ) 

II. THOMAS SCUDAMORE, of Overton, neere Yorke, died in 
a" 1621, bur. at Overton 23 Apr. 1621, admon. at York 
10 May 1621 ; mar. Mary, eldest daughter of John Jenkins, 
of Yorke, Esq, 17. Dec. 1585 at Holy Trii 
York. They had issue — 



ity, Goodramgate, 

r. (a 



Ebo 



quo 



Ebor. 



William Scudamore, of Shipto 

Scudamore, of Overton). 
John Scudamore, of Burstall-garth, in 

mar. at Belfreys 17 June 1620, Ann, dau. of 

William Bourchier, Esq., of Beningborough. 
Francis Scudamore, died unmarried. 
Hugh (III). 
Thomas. 
Edward. 
Richard. 
Jane, urif'e of Charles Meiiill, of Hornby, in co. Ebor., 

Esqr-. ■ 
Eliz., wife of U illiam Manby, of Hutton-Cransioike, 

in CO. Ebor. 
Rowland 
Henry. 
Jenkyn. 
George. 
Philip. 



Glover's Visitation. 



The senior branch of Overton did : 



56 DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

III. HUGH SCVDAMORE, of Holtby, in co. Ebor., Gierke, died 

in May a" 1665, ast. seventy-one ; mar. Alice, dau. of Henry 
Watkinson, of Ilkley, in com. Ebor., bp. at Ilkley 12 Feb. 
1603. They had issue— 

1. Thomas (IV). 

2. Joseph Scudamore. 

3. John Scudamore. 

1. Elizabeth, died U7imarried. 
i rj.r ~ ^- Dorothy, ivife of Thomas Lasenby, of Durham. 
S. Alice. 

IV. THOMAS SCUDAMORE, of Leedes, at. 35 ami. 11" Aug. 

1665, had a collection of heraldry (Thoresby's Diary), d. 
5, bur. 7 Nov. 1693, at St. John's Church, Leeds f war. 
Barbara, daughter of Edward Ashton, of Clubcliffe Hall, in 
com. Ebor., bur. at St. John's Church, Leeds, 19 Dec. 1680 
(Leeds Register). They had issue — 

Thomas, bp. at Leeds 24 Nov. 1659, d. s.p. 1697 
(Thoresby's Leeds, 37). 

1. Mary, bp. at Leeds 17 Mar. 165|^; mar. . . . Robinson 

of Newton Garth. 

2. Alice, bp. at Leeds 11 Apr. 1661. 

S. Elizabeth, bp. at Leeds 18 Aug. 1662. 

4. Eleanor, living 1709. 
WUliam, bp. 27 Mar. 1667. 



Rydalk Wapentakk. Malton, 28 Aug. ] 




0f 

Hobingbam. 



-Quarterly of eight : — 

Argent, a chief Gules (Worsley). 

Or, on a chief indented Azure three plates (Lathom). 
Quarterly Argent and Gules, in the first a mullet Sable (Massey). 
Argent, on a bend Sable three covered cups of the field (Rixton). 
Argent, a fess Gules between three popinjays Vert (Pennington). 
Argent, a squirrel sejant Gules, cracking a nut (Horton). 
Argent, a fess Sable (Kighley). 
As the first (Worsley). 
-A wivern with wings addorsed Azure. 



DUGD ale's visitation OF YORKSHIRE. b7 

I. THOMAS WORSELEY, of Soothes, in com. Lane, Esqr. 
died in a" 1658, descended from an old Lancashire famil)', 
bur. at Hovingham 15 Feb. 1658-9 ; mar. Cathei 
daughter and coheire of Henry Kighley, of Kighley, in com. 
Ehor., Esq'., coheiress with her sister Ann, who mar 
William, first Earl of Devonshire. They had issue — 
1. Thomas (II). 

S. John Worseley, of Cripplegate, in com. Lane. ; mar. 
Eliz., daugh. of Hob. Heyivood, of Heywood, in co. 
Lane, Esq''. 
S. Edmund, died unmarried. 

1. Elizabeth, died unmarried. 

2. Jane, wife of Will'm Lascells, of . . . in co. Ebor. 

II. THOMAS WORSELEY, of Beeston, in com. Ebor., died in 
his father's lifetime ; mar. Eliz., eldest daugh. of S'' John 
Wood, of Beeston, in co. Ebor., Kt. They had issue — 
Thomas (III). 

III. THOMAS WORSELEY, of Hovingham, in com. Ebor., Esq'-., 

died S" Nov. a" 1664, bur. at Hovingham 5 Nov. Will 
25 Oct. 1664, pr. at York (vol. xlvi, 480); mar. Alice, 
daughter of John Holcroft, of Holcroft, in com. Lane, Esq'., 
1 wife. They had issue — 

1. Thomas (IV). 

2. John, cet. 1^ arm., had £40 per annum in his father's 

will. 
Margaret, named in her father's will. 
3Iar. Penelope, daughter of Peter Egerton, of Shatv, in co. 
Lane, Esq''., 2 wife, executrix of her husband. They had 
issue — 

3. Charles Worseley, borne after his father's death, viz*. 

30 Mar. 1665, bp. at Hovingham 13 Apr. 1665. 

IV. THOMAS WORSELEY, of Hovingham, in cam. Ebor., Esq''., 

cet. 16 am.. 28 Aug. a' 1665, bur. there 18 May 1715. M.I. 
Will 4 June 1714, pr. at York (vol. Ixxxvi, 34); mar. 
Mary, dau. and coh. of Henry Arthington, Esq., of 
Arthington, bur. at Hovingham 20 Dec. 1711. They had 
issue — 

Thomas (V). 

Henry, bp. at Hovingham 5 Apr. 1688, bur. there 

7 Aug. 1690. 
Arthington, bp. at Hovingham 15 Apr. 1689, bur. 

there 26 May 1692. 
Robert, bp. at Hovingham 3 June 1690, bur. there 

10 Aug. 1691. 
Mary, mar. Francis Foljambe, Esq., of Aldwark, at 
Hovingham, 29 Sept. 1701, bp. there 12 June 
1684, bur. at Ecclesfield 11 Jan. 1736. 



58 DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

V. THOMAS V/ORSLEY, ESQ., of Hoviughara, bp. there 
28 Nov. 1686, bur. there 2 Mar. 1750 ; mar. first Mary, eld. 
dau. of Sir Thomas Frankland, Bart., of Thirkleby, bur. at 
Hovingham 4 Sept. 1722. They had issue — 
Thomas (VI). 

James, Rector of Stoiiegrave, bp. at Hovingham 
28 Aug. 1722, bur. at Bath Abbey 24 Aug. 
1777; mar. Dorothy, dau. of Ralph Pennyman, 
Esq., of Beverley, at St. Cuthbert's, York, 17 Dec. 
1761. They had issue — 

James, Colonel, bp. at Stouegrave 14 Apr. 
1764, d. 1807; mar. Lydia, sister of Sir 
T. WooUaston White, of Wallingwells. 
They had issue — 

James White Pennyman, Esq., which 
latter name he assumed on succeeding 
to the Pennyman estates. He had 
issue. 
Thomas Taylor, ^ 

^J^!^y^^' See Baronetages. 

Wilham, " 

Lydia, J 

Ralph, j 

Richard, -See Baronetages. 
Dorothy, J 
Mary, bp. at Hovingham 4 Dec. 1712; mar. Marma- 
duke Constable, Esq., of Wassand, at Hovingham 
31 May 1735. 
Frances, mar. Sir Thomas Robinson, first Lord 
Grantham, at Hovingham 13 July 1737, she was 
bur. at Chiswick 6 Nov. 1750. 
Elizabeth, bp. at Hovingham 21 Sept. 1715. 
Mar. secondly Ann, dau. of Sir William Robinson, Bart., 
of Newby, at Topclifife 19 Nov. 1733. They had issue- 
Charles, bur. at Hovingham 2 Aug. 1735. 
William, bur. at Hovingham 4 July 1736. 
Ann, bp. at Hovingham 4 Sept. 1737; mar. William 
Bastard, Esq. 

VI. THOMAS WORSLEY, ESQ., of Hovingham, Surveyor- 
General to the Board of Works, M.P. for Calne, d. 13, 
bur. 22 Dec. 1778, ajt. sixty-seven. M.I. at Hovingham; 
mar. Elizabeth, dau. of the Rev. J. Lister, d. 19 Nov. 
1809, bur. at Hovingham. M.I. They had issue — 

Thomas. 

Edward Worsley, Esq., of Hovingham Hall, d. unmar. 
21 Mar. 1830. 

George (VII). 

Henry. 

Frederick, bur. at Hovingham 4 June 1770. 

Charles, (^) bp. at Hovingham 17 June 1756. 



iju<;i)alk's visitation of Yorkshire. 59 

Septimus, bp. at Hovingham 28 Sept. 1769. 
Amelia, d. 17 Apr. 1820, set. sixty-eight. M.T. at 

Hovingham. 
Fiances. 
• Elizabetli. 
Sophia. 

VII. GEORGE WORSLEY, Rector of Stonegrave and Scawton, 
d. 1815 ; mar. Ann, dau. of Sir Thomas Cayley, Bart. 
They liad issue — 

1. George, 1, 

2. Edward, j*^- y"""«- 

3. William (VIII). 

4. Marcus. 

5. Tliomas. 

6. Frederick Cayley. 

7. Septimus. 

8. Henry Francis. 

9. Charles Valentine. 

10. Arthur. 

11. Digby. 

Four daughters. (See Baronetages.) 

VIII. SIR WILLIAM WORSLEY, of Hovingham, cr. Baronet 
10 Aug. 1838, succeeded his uncle Edward 1830, b. 1792, 
d. 1879 ; mar. Sarah Philadelphia, dau. of Sir George 
Cayley, Bart. They liad issue — 

Thomas Robinson, b. 28 Oct. 1827, d. 17 Oct. 1855. 
Sir William Cayley, second Baronet, of Hovingham, 
b. 6 Dec. 1828, d. s.p. 10 Sept. 1897 ; mar. his 
cousin Harriet Philadelphia, only child of Captain 
Marcus Worsley. 
Arthington (IX). 
Five daughters. (See Baronetages.) 

IX. ARTHINGTON CAYLEY WORSLEY, b. 21 Dec. 1830, d. 
3 June 1861 ; mar. Marianne Christina Isabella, dau. of 
Hon. Henry Hely-Hutchinson. They had issue — 

William Henry .-Vrthington (X). 

Arthington (posthumous), b. 9 Dec. 1861. 

X. SIR WILLIAM HENRY ARTHINGTON WORSLEY, 
of Hovingham, third Baronet, b. 12 Jan. 1861 ; mar. 1887 
Augusta Mary Chivers, dau. of Edward Bower, Esq., of 
Broxholme, Scarborough. They have issue. 



60 DUGUALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

Barkestonk Ashb, Wapentake. Pontfraet, 8 Aug. 



Jktchn 
uf 




I. JOHN FLETCHER. Had issue— 

II. RICHARD FLETCHER, of Adwick-le-Street, J. P., came 
out of the South (Hunter), Inq. P.M. 9 May 2 and 3 Philip 
and Mary (1556). Will 18 Dec. 1555, pr. at York 30 Jan. 
1555-6 (vol. XV, 1, 4); mar. Ursula, dau. of . . . Barnaby. 
Will 18 Apr., pr. at York 26 Sept. 1558 (vol. xv, 3, 49). 
They had issue — 

William (III). 

Charles. 

Isabel, mar. Henry Oglethorpe. 

IIL WILLIAM FLETCHER, of Campsall, at Visitation of 1585, 
twenty-four years old at his father's Inq. P.M., bur. at 
Campsall 5 Apr. 1590. Will 19 Feb. 1587-8, pr. at York 
6 Oct. 1591 (vol. xxiv, 714); mar. Elizabeth, dau. of John 
Wentworth, of Empsall, (1) bur. at Campsall 5 May 1575. 
They had issue — 

Bartholometv {TV). 

Elizabeth, mar. Henry Lee, natural son of Robert, 
brother of Sir Henry Lee, Knt., at Hatfield, 
9 June 1584. 

IV. BARTHOLOMEW FLETCHER, of Campsall, died in 
a" 1631 {vel circa) ; set. 22, 1585, signed Visitation of 
1612, bur. at Campsall 18 Sept. 1636. Admon. at York 
11 Oct. 1636; mar. first Jane, daughter of Tho. Ricard, 
of Hatfield, in co. Eborii, at Hatfield, 10 July 1587, bur. 
4 May 1602 at Campsall. They had issue— 

1. Thomas Fletcher, of Edmondsbury, in Suffolk, serjeant- 
at-law, died in a" 1659 or thereabouts, bp. at 
Campsall 4 Dec. 1594 ; mar. . . . daughter of . . . 
Wood. They had issue — 
1. Thomas, now livinu a" 1665. 



DUODALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRK. 61 

:i. Anthony. 

1. Anne, wife of S'- Robert Sews/er of Raveley, 

in com. Hunt., K'. 
'2. Elizabeth. 
3. Frances. 
Jf.. Jane. 
5. Alice. 
2. Anthony (V). 

John, bur. at Campsall 12 Feb. 1588. 

William, bp. at Campsall 13 July 1592, bur. there 

16 May 1602. 
Richard, bp. at Campsall 3 Dec. 1595, bur. there 

7 May 1602. 
Robert, bp. at Campsall 17 Apr. 1597. 
1. Elizabeth, rvife of Gervase Hamond, of Scardingivell, 
in com. Ebor., E^q''. ; she was bp. at Campsall 
24 Dec. 1590, and was bur. at Monk Fryston 
16 July 1662 ; she was mar. first to Christopher 
Wilson, of Monk Fryston 2 May 1615, and 
secondly to Matthew Keys, of Beghall, at Monk 
Fryston, 7 Sept. 1624. 
£. Jane, bp. at Campsall 23 Aug. 1592, wife of Laurence 
Wildebore, of Balne, in com. Ebor., mar. lie. 1614, 
she was bur. at Snaith 1 May 1638. 
Barbara, bp. at Campsall 10 Oct. 1598. 
Susanna, bp. at Campsall 18 Dec. 1599, bur. there 
22 Apr. 1602. 
Mar. secondly at Campsall 13 Nov. 1616, Elizabeth, widow 
of John St. "Poll, (?)bur. there Apr. 1648. 



ANTHONY FLETCHER, of Yorke, a merchant of Dordreicht, 
and deputy to the Compaiiy of English merchants there, 
(ft. 64 ann. 8" Aug. 1665, bp. at Campsall 24 June 1601 ; 
mar. Joane, y^ daughter of Edxv. Jlisn&nden, of Hackney, 
in com,. Midd. They had issue-^ 

1. Edward Fletcher, cet. 3S ann. S Aug. a" 1665. 

2. Anthony (VI). 
S. Christopher. 

J/.. Gervase. 

5. Marke. 

6. Samuell. 
1. Elizabeth. 

i' - 2. Mary. 

ANTHONY FLETCHER, of Towton, in com. Ebor., cet. 25 
ann. 8 Aug. 1665, b. at Rotterdam 15 Aug. 1636, d. 
8 Jan. 1702. M.I. at Kirkbv Wharfe (Gent's Ripon). 



62 DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

OsGODCROSSE Wapkntakk. Pomfret, 7" Apr. 




Jaibiirgh or 5|arbrongb 

of 

H^rbni-glj, 

to. linroln anD ^nagtlj* 



erly of eight :— 

1. Per pale Argent and Azure, a chevron between three clmplets 

all counterchanged (Yarburgh). 

2. Argent, semee of cross crosslets fitchee (Gu.), a rose Gules 

(Billing). 

3. Sable, a chevron between six cross crosslets in chief and four 

in base Argent (Teys). 

4. Argent, a chevron engrailed (Az.) between three birds Azure 

(Vert), legged Gules (Atwell). 

5. Sable, two lion's gambs in saltire erased Argent (Legborne). 

6. Gules, a fess humette Argent, in chief three griffins' heads erased 

Or (Adrypon). 

7. Gules, on a chief indented Argent, three lions rampant Azure 

(Wormeley). 

8. Argent, a bend engrailed Sable, cotised Gules (Waller). 
-A falcon close Or, trussing a duck proper. 



I. EUSTACIUS DE YARBURGH. He had i.s.sue— 

II. ROBERT DE YARBURGH, mar danghter of 

S^ Lambert Munby. They had i.ssue — 

[II. LAMBERT DE YARBURGH, mar. dauyhttr of Arthur 
Ormesby. They had issue — 

IV. S'- JOHN DE YARBURGH, Kt., 9 E. 2, mar. Ursula, 
daughter to S'' Raphe Humberston, Kt. They had issue — 

V. RAPHE DE YARBOROUGH, mar. Anne, daughter of 
S'' William Stains, Kn'. They had issue — 



VT. ROBERT DE YARBOROUGH, mar. . 
S'' John Bussam, Kn'. They had issue- 



Vir. WILLIAM YARBURGH, tnar. Beatrh 
S'' Geffrey Auke, En'. They had issue— 



daughter of 
daughter of 



VUl. RICHARD YARBURGH, mar. Cassandra, daughter of 
S'' Robert .Maplethorpe. They had issue — 



DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 6^ 

IX. ROBERT YARBURGH, mar. Isabdl, daughter of .V John 
Eim-by, Kn'. They had issue — 

X. WILLIAM YARBURGH, mar. . . daughter of Thomas 
Atiyuine. They had issue — 

XI. RICHARD YARBURGH, mar. Joane, daughter and heire 
of John Atwell. They liad issue— 

XII. WILLIAM YARBURGH, mar. hahell, daughter and heire 
of S'' John Billing, Kn'. (by Margaret Teyes). They 
had issue — 

XIII. RICHARD YARBURGH, of Yarburgh, Esq':, mar. Eliza- 
beth, daughter of Thomas Moyne. They had issue — 
Charles (XIV). 

XIV. CHARLES YARBURGH, of Yarburgh, Esq., mar. Agnes, 
daughter of S'' John Skipivith, K^., first wife. They had 
issue — 

1. Richard (XV). 
Mar. Elizabeth, daughter of Martyn Netvcomyn, second 
wife. (For issue see below. Second Line.) 

XV. RICHARD YARBURGH, died v.p. ; mar. Margaret, dau. 
of Thomas Portington, of Portington. They had issue — 
Charles (XVI). 
Anne. 
Mary. 

XVI. CHARLES YARBURGH, of Kelstem and Yarburgh, mar. 
Elizabeth, daughter of Humphrey Littlebury, of Hagtvorth 
Ingham. They had issue — 
William (XVII). 

Other children. (See Lincolnshire Pedigrees, Harleian 
Soc, p. 1121.) 

XVII. WILLIAM YARBURGH, of Yarborough, bur. there 

17 Apr. 1618 ; mar. Eleanor, daughter of Thomas 
Clifford, of Brackenborough, bur. at Yarboi'ough 3 Oct. 
1617. They had issue — 

XVIII. HENRY YARBURGH, bur. at Yarborough 7 July 1648; 

mar. Frances, dau. of Christopher Cheney. They had 
■■ (See Lincolnshire Pedigrees, Harl. See, p. 1122.) 



issue. 



SECOND LINK. 

CHARLES YARBURGH, of Yarburgh, Esq., and Kelstern. 
Will 15 Mar., pr. 27 Sept. 1544, to be bur. at Kelstern. 
(Maddison's Wills 42) ; mar. Agnes, daughter of S'' John 
Skipwith, K'., 1"' wife. For issue, .see above. 



64 UUGDALe's visitation ok YORKSHIRE. 

Mar. Elizabeth, daughter of Martin NfAucomyn (Newcomen), 
second wife. Will 12 Apr., pr. at Lincoln 11 Sept. 1556, 
to be bur. at Kelstern (Maddison's Wills 49). They had 
issue — 

2. Edmund (II). 

3. Christopher Yarhuryh, mar. . . . dauyhter and heire 

of John Michell alias Copeland. They had issue — 
Thomas, \ 

Elizabeth, lln their grandmother's will. 
Ann, I 

4. Bryan. (See Lincolnshire Visitations, p. 1123.) 

1. Ursula, xoife unto Thomas Wall. 

2. Margaret, wife unto John Dyan. 

5. Bridget, wife of Thomas Radley. 
J).. Barbara, wife of William Darby. 
5. Jane, wife of Nicholas Thornecock. 

II. EDMUND YARBURGH, of Lincolne, Esq':, bur. in Lincoln 
Cathedral 1590: mar. Margaret, dauyhter of S'' Vincent 
Grantham, Kn'. (rel. of John Fulnetby). They had 
issue — 

1. Charles Yarburgh, of Willouyhby, in com. Nott, mar. 

Barbara, dauyhter of William. Whalley, by whom 
he had issue. 

2. Francis (III). 

Faith, mar. Henry Jenkinson, of Louth. 

III. FRANCIS YARBURGH, of Northampton, or Northope, 

CO. Line, Serjeant at Law, died a" 37 Eliz. Rei/ince, 
31 July 1595. Will 13 July, pr. 23 Oct. 1595 (Robinson's 
Snaith 177) ; mar. Elizabeth, daughter of Robert Farmour, 
first wife. They had issue — 

Robert Yarburgh, Esq''., of Bratoft, died 11 Jan. 
1618-9 ; mar. Mary, dauyhter of S" Gervaise 
Elwish (Elwes). They had issue- 
Mary, mar. Thomas Saville, of Newton. 
Mar. Frances, dauyhter of Leonard Wray, of Ad\vick-le- 
Street, in cum. Ebor, 2 wife. They had issue — 
Edmund (IV). 
Elizabeth. 

IV. EDMUND YARBURGH, of Balne Hall, in co. Ebor., died 

6" Maij, a" 1631, Treasurer for lame soldiers, bur. at Snaith 
7 May 1631 ; mar. at Hatfield, 28 May 1611, Sarah, 
daughter and coheh-e of I'homas Wormeley, of Hatfield, bp. 
at Thorne 11 June 1589, bur. at Campsall 17 Aug. 1662. 
Will 8 Jan. 1658-9, pr. 23 Aug. 1662. They had issue— 

1. Sir Nicholas (V). 

2. Thomas. (See Yarburgh, of Doncaster.) 

3. Edmund. (See Yarburgh. of Doncaster.) 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 65 

John, bur. at Belfreys, York, 3 Feb. 16534. M.I. 

Fratices, wife oj .V John Reresby, of I'hribergh, in 
CO. Ebor., Bar'. ; mar. at. Siiaith 21 May 1633 
(remar. James Moy.ser, Esq.), died 7 Sept. 1688. 

V. 5'- NICHOLAS YARBURGU, of Snayth, in com. Ebor., 
Kn'., died in a" 1655 or thereaboutu, bur. at Snaith 22 Aug. 
1655. Will 30 June 1655, pr. at London 21 May 1656 
(Ab.s York. Rec. Ser. ix, 97) ; mar. Faylh, daughter of 
John Datvney, son and heire of l^homas Daivney, of Seazy, 
in com. Ebor., Kn'., 26 May 1636 at St. Saviour's, York, 
bur. at Snaitli 2-t Sept. 1657. Will 30 July 1656, pr. at 
London 20 June 1659 (Abs. York. Rec. "Ser. ix, 132). 
They had issue — 

1. S'- Thomas (VI). 

S. Nicholas, died unmarried, bp. 11 Oct. 1638, died 
before 15 Sept. 1665. 

5. Richard Yarbrouyh, a merch' in London, bp. 1 Oct. 

1640, living 1666. 
4. John, bp. 28 Mar. 16-12, bur. at Suaith Mar. 1645. 

6. Edmund, bp. 16 Sept. 1651, bur. at Holy Trinity, 

York, 8 Oct. 1694. 
6". Christopher, bp. at Snaith 9 May 1654. 
John, bp. at Snaith 1 May 1645. 

1. Eliz., bp. at Snaith 25 May 1647 ; mar. there 13 Jan. 

1669-70 Henry Lay ton, Esq., of Rawden, died 
s.p., bur. there 23 Oct. 1702. 

2. Fayth, bp. at Snaith 12 July 1649; mar. 27 Sept. 

1675 Marmaduke Constable, Esq., of Wassand, bur. 
20 Oct. 1721 at St. Mary's, Beverley. 

VI. S'- THOMAS YARBROUGH, of Snayth, Kn'., mt. 27 ann. 
7° Apr. a' 1666, High Sheriff 1673, M.P. for Pontefract, 
bp. at Snaith 28 Aug. 1637, died in London. Will 29 Aug. 
1709, pr. at York 12 Apr. 1716; mar. Henrietta Maria, 
daughter of Thomas Blague, of Hollinger, in com. Suff., 
Esq''., a Colonell in the army of K. Charles y' V, and 
Governour of Wallingford Castle. They liad issue — 

1. James (VII). 

2. Thomas, wt. S mens., bp. 26 Feb. 1665-6, of Win- 

thorpe, CO. Line. 
Nicholas, bp. at Snaith 22 Oct. 1666, bur. 53 Oct. 

1670. 
George, bp. at Snaith 28 Mar., bur. 11 Oct. 1671. 
Nicholas, bp. at Snaith 5 Mar. 1673-4, bur. 4 Dec. 

1674. 
Charles, bur. at Snaith 16 Jan. 1680-1. 
Richard, bp. 1 Nov. 1680,. woollen merchant, London, 

living 1707. 
Charles, bp. 17 July 1682, went to .sea, d. v.p. 



66 DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

Blagge, of York, bur. at St. Saviour's, York, 13 Mar. 

1739-40. Will 30 Ap. ITi'l, pr. at York 23 Mar. 

1739-40 (Ixxxvii, 7). 
Henrietta Maria, Maid of Honor to Queens Catherine 

and Mar}', bp. at Snaith 8 Oct. 1667; mar. there 

29 Mar. 1688 Sir Marmaduke Wyvill, Bart., d. 

1.5, bur. 17 Aug. 1738 at S. Lawrence, York. 
Elizabeth, bp. at Snaith 30 Sept. 1672, bur. 20 Jan. 

1672-3. 
Anne, bp. at Snaitli 15 Nov. 1677, bur. 15 Feb. 

1677-8. 
Faith, bp. at Snaith 6 Dec. 1683, d. unm., bur. at 

St. Saviour's, York, 8 June 1760. Will 25 May 

1758, pr. at York 9 June 1760 (civ, 202). 
Rosamond, bp. 13 Aug. 1687 ; mar. Nicholas Polexfen, 

Esq. 
Margaret, mar. Giles Cutting, Esq. 

VII. JAMES YARBURGH, Esq., of Snaith Hall and Heslington 
ju. ux. ; (ft. IS mens. 7 Apr. 1666, Lt.-Col. of horse and 
Aide-de-camp to Duke of Marlborough, bur. 9 Mar. 1730-1 
at St. Lawrence, York ; mar. Ann, dau. and coh. of 
Thomas Hesketli, Esq., of Heslington, bp. 6 Apr. 1676, 
bur. 20 Apr. 1718 at St. Lawrence, York. M.I. They 
had issue — 

Thomas Yarburgh, Esq., of Snaith and Heslington, 
bp. 16 Feb. 1696-7, bur. 19 Dec. 1741 at St. 
Lawrence, York. Will 6 Mar. 1740-1, pr. at 
York 6 Oct. 1742 (Ixxxvii, 707); mar. Anne, dau, 
of Rev. Thomas Thwaites, bur. 27 Mar. 1753 at St. 
Lawrence, York. Will 29 Dec. 1752, pr. 22 Dec. 
1753. 
James, bp. 7 Nov. 1698, bur. 3 Nov. 1699 at St. 

Lawrence. 
Edward, bp. at Holy Trinity, Goodramgate, 13 Feb., 

bur. 20 Mar. 1699-1700 at St. Lawrence. 
James, of Heslington, gent., bp. 27 Oct. 1702 at 
Holv Trinity, Goodi-amgate, bur. 15 Apr. 1740 
at St. Lawrence. Will 28 Feb. 1739-40, pr. 
15 Sept. 1740 (Ixxxvii, 185). 
Nicholas, bp. 23 June 1704 at Belfreys, bur. 28 Sept. 

1716 at St. Lawrence. 
Henry Yarburgli, Esq., of Snaith and Heslington, 
succeeded his brother Thomas, bp. at Holy Trinity, 
Goodramgate, York, 4 Sept. 1707, bur. 16 Jan. 
1746-7 at St. Lawrence, York. Will 12 Jan. 
1746-7. 
Hesketh Yarburgh, E.sq., of Snaith and Heslington, 
succeeded his brother Henry, bp. 8 June 1714, 
d. unm., bur. 15 May 1754. Admon. 25 Feb. 
1758. 



DUGDALE's visitation ok YORKSHIRE. 67 

Charles (VI 11). 

Henrietta Mai-ia, bp. 13 Oct. 1693 at St. Lawrence; 

mar. there 14 Jan. 1718-9 Sir John Vanburgh, 

Knt., died 22 Apr. 1776. 
Ann Margaret, bp. at Belfreys o, bur. 20 Dec. 1705 

at St. Lawrence. 
Rosamond, b. 7 Jan. 1707-8, bur. 17 Aug. 1722 at 

St. Lawrence. M.I. 
Ann, Lady of the Manor of Snaith, bp 10 May 

1718, d. unm. at Whitehall Mar. 1738. 

VIII. CHARLES YARBURGH, ESQ., of Snaith and Heslington, 

succeeded his brother Hesketh, M.A. Oxf., bp. at Belfreys Agij- 
10 May 1716, bur. 10 Aug. 1789 at St. Lawrence, York; ^ 
mar. first Mary, dau. of . . . Griffin, d. 26 Nov. 1757. 
They had issue — 

Henry Yarburgh, Esq., of Heslington, Captain 20th 
Dragoons, d. 28 Oct. 1825 ; mar. Ann, dau. of 
of E. Agar, Esq., d. s.p. U Feb. 1817. 
James. 

Marv, mar. Rev. William Coates, she d. s.p. 29 Apr. 
1835. 
Mar. secondly Sarah, dau. of . . . Griffin. They had issue — 
Charles, in the Navy, bp. 19 Oct. 1763, d. in E. 

Indies 1781. 
Nicholas Edmund (IX). 
Judith, d. unm. 
Rosamond, d. unm. 

Sarah, mar. 1 Aug. 1782 John Greame, Esq., of 
Sewerby House. They had a son, Yarljurgh, and 
a daughter Alicia Maria mar. to George Lloyd, 
Esq. 
Faith, d. unm. 31 Dec. 1782. 
Henrietta Maria, d. unm. 11 July 1788. 

IX. NICHOLAS EDMUND YARBURGH, ESQ., of Hes- 
lington, High Sheriff 1836, b. Feb. 1771, d. 6, bur. 13 Aug. 
1852 at St. Lawrence, when the estate descended to his 
nephew Yarburgh Greame, who assumed the name of 
Y''arburgh. He, however, died without issue in 1856, when 
his nephew George John Lloyd succeeded, also taking the 
name of Y'arburgh. His daughter married Lord Deramore. 

Authorities — Robinson's Snaith — \''ork Wills — Registers. 



8 DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 

DoNXASTER Borough. Doncaster 14 Sept. 1665. 




of 
Bonrasttr. 



-Per pale Argent and Azure, a chevron between thr 
counterchanged. 



>rvi.- 



THIRD LINE. 

THOMAS YARBURGH, of Cainjisall, In cum. Ebor. (second 
son of Edmund Yaiburgh, of Balne Hall, by Sarah, daughter 
and colieir of Thomas Wornieley, see page 64), now one 
of the Justices of Peace in this Countt/, bp. at Snaith 22 July 
1623, d. 30 Nov., bur. 2 Dec. 1697 at Campsall. Will 
6 Dec. 1694, pr. 14 Mar. 1697-8; mar. first Anve, daughter 
of 'Thomas Ellys, of Notthill, in co. Bedf, Esq'., d. s.p., 
bur. at Campsall 11 July 1682. M.I. Mar. .secondly Mary, 
dau. of Edmund Watson, of Haigh Hall, in South Kirkby 
(remar. Henry Currer, Esq., of Kildwick), bur. at Campsall 
27 Nov. 1730. They had issue- 
Thomas (II). 
Edmund, Barrister-at-La\v and Bencher of Gray's Inn, 

bp. at Campsall 15 July 1688, d. unmar. 1764. 
William, bp. at Campsall 12 Aug. 1689, bur. there 

17 Nov. 1690. 
Henry, D.D., Fellow of Jesus College, Cambridge, 
Rector of Tewin, co. Hertf., bp. at Campsall 
8 June 1691, bur. there 1 Dec. 1774. Will 
12 May 1773, pr. at York (cxviii, 423). 
Nicholas, bred a merchant, bp. at Campsall 18 July 

1693, d. unmar., bur. there 27 Nov. 1731. 
Fi-ancis, Principal of Braseno.se College, Oxford, Rector 
of Aynho, co. Northampton, bp. at Campsall Mar. 
1694," d. unmar. 25 Apr., bur. there 14 May 1770. 
M.I. 

II. THOMAS YARBURGH, of Campsmount, bp. at Campsall 
23 May 1687, bur. there 9 Sept. 1772, M.I. ; mar. Joanna, 
third dau. of Tobias Harvey, Esq., of Womersley, 8 Feb. 
1718-19, bur. at Campsall 7 Mar. 1762. They had issue— 



UUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 69 

1. Thomas, bp. at Campsall 13, bur. there 15 Apr. 

1721. 

2. Thomas, bp. at Campsall 3 Julv, bur. there 5 Aug. 

1738. 

1. Mary, bp. at Campsall 2 Jan. 1719-20, bur. there 

19 Mar. 1762. 

2. Joanna, bp. at Camp.sall 19 Aug. 1723, bur. there 

4 Aug. 1765. 

3. Dorothy, bp. at Campsall 9, bur. there 18 Nov. 1725. 

4. Anne, bp. at Campsall 21 May 1728, d. unniar. 

27 Apr. 1793, bur. at Campsall. 

5. Elizabeth, bp. at Campsall 30 Oct. 1729, d. unmar. 

23 Nov. 1801, bur. at Campsall. 

6. Bridget, bp. at Campsall 16 Nov. 1731, bur. there 

6 Oct. 1742. 

7. Sarah, bp. at Campsall 27 June 1734, bur. tliere 

7 June 1735. 

Mr. Hunter says the two Miss Yarburglis, Anne and Elizabeth, 
who were become the only remaining descendants of Mr. Yarburgh, 
the first settler at Campsall, all their uncles having died unmarried, 
selected for their heir one of their nearest relations on their mother's 
side, Geo. Cooke, Esq., of Streetthorpe, whose mother was another 
of the daughters of Tobias Harvey, of Womersley, to take the name 
and arms of Yarburgli, for which he received the royal permission 
5 July 1802. He was ancestor of the present owner. 



FOURTH LINE. 

EDMUND YARBURGH, of Doncaster, Dr of Phisick (third 
son of Edmund Yarburgh, Esq., of Balne Hall, and Sarah, 
daughter and coheir of Thomas Wormeley, see page 64), 
at. Ifi annorum H Sept. 1663, bp. at Snaith 7 June 1625, / i'i-i" 
bur. at Doncaster 19 May 1699, admon. at York 22 June 
1699 ; viar. Anne, daughter of l^homas Stanhope, of Staff old, 
in com. Ehor., 3'' son of S'' John Stanhope, of Melwood, 
in com. Line. They had issue — 

Thomas, at. 4 mensium H Sept. 1665, bp. at Doncaster 

18 May 1665, bur. there 7 Feb. 1669-70. 
Edmund, bp. at Doncaster 1 May 1667, bur. there 

23 Apr. 1668. 
John, bp. at Doncaster 11 Mar. 1668-9. 
Nicholas, bp. at Doncaster 28 Sept. 1671, bur. there 

15 May 1674. 
Stanhope, of Rotherham, bp. at Doncaster 14 July 
1674; (?) mar. and had issue — 

John, bur. at Rotherham 28 Aug. 1701. 
Henry (II). 



70 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



William, bp. at Doncaster 23 Jan. 1676-7, bur. there 

17 Apr. 1677. 
Gerard, bp. 9 July 1678; mar. 16 Feb. 1695-6 at 

Wadworth, Ann Ealy. 

II. HENRY YARBURGH, of Barnby Don, bp. at Doncaster 
19 Aug. 1675; mar. Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Farmer, 
Esq., relict of Armstrong Gregory, Esq., at Barnby Don, 
18 Dec. 1701. They had issue- 
John, bp. at Barnby Don 13 Oct. 1702. 
Edmund, bp. at Barnby Don i May 1704, bur. there 

23 Apr. 1705. 
Thomas, bp. at Barnby Don 30 Oct. 1711. 



LAXGBARG WAPKNT.4KE. 



Yorke, 21 Mart. 1665. 




of 
©rmfsbn. 



Arms : — Gules, a chevron Ermine between three half spears with broken staves 
Or, headed Argent, on an iuescutcheon the badge of a Baronet of 
England. 

Crest : — Out of a mural coronet Gules a lion's head erased Or, pierced through 
the neck with a broken spear as in the Arms. 



THOMAS PENNYMAN, of Stokesley, mar. Ann, daughter 
to . . . Gatonby. They had issue — 
Ralph (II). 
Thomas, d. s.p. 
George, d. s.p. 



II. RALPH PENNYMAN, mar. Jane, dau. of 
They had issue — 

Robert (III). 



. Saltmarsh. 



UUGUALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 71 

ROBERT PENNYMAX, ESQ':, of Stokesley. Will 28 Dec. 
1533, pr. at York 11 Mar 15334, to be bur. at Stokesley 
(vol. xi, 69) ; mar. Margaret, dau. of John Sayer, of 
Worsall. Thev had issuer- 
William" (IV). 

James, named in his father's will. 
Robert, hanged at York for Joining the rebellion of 

1569. 
Jane, ) 



WILUM PENNYMAN, of Orme.bij, in com. Ehor., Esqr ; 
mar. Ann, dau. of Thomas Cleasby, of Cleasby. They had 
issue — 

James (V). 

William, of Stokesley. Will 26 Mar. 1588, pr. at 
York 12 Dec. 1595, to be bur. in Ormsby Church 
(vol. xxvi, 204). 
Mary, | 

Margaret, -named in their brother William's will. 
Averell, ) 
Isabel. 

JAMES PEA^A'YMAA', of Ormesby, in com. Ehor., Esq':, 
unto whom WilVin Seijar, Esq''., Norroy King of Armes, by 
his Instrument under the Scale of his office, bearing date 
1 May a" 1599, granted the Crest here depicted in his coate 
of armes, bur. at Ormesby 20 Nov. 1624. Admon. at York 
5 May 1625. 

He had a son, commonly said to have been illegitimate, named, 
]ViU. Pennyman, Esq''., one of the six Clerks in 
Chancery, of St. Albans. Will 24 Feb. 1625-6, 
pr. at York 2 Oct. 1628 (vol. xli, 87 a); mar. 
Anne, da. of Robert Aske, of Aughton, in com. 
Ebor., Esq': They had issue— 

S'' William Pennyman, B*., Governour of 
Oxford a' 164-5, died without issue, b. circa 
1607, matric. at Christ Chuch, Oxford, 
31 Oct. 1623, ret. sixteen, admitted at 
Inner Temple, M.P. for Richmond 1640, 
a Rovalist and fought at Edgehill, cr. a 
Baronet 22 Aug. 1628, d. s.p. 23 Aug. 1643, 
bur. in Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford. 
M.I., admon. 1649 in London (see Diet, of 
Nat. Biog.) ; mar. Anne, da. and sole 
heire of Will'm. Atterton (Atherton), by 
Katherine, his wife, da. and coheir of f. ^^ 
Christopher, L'' Conyers, of Hornby Castle, 
in com. Ebor., d. 13 July 1644, bur. at 
Oxford with her husband. 



72 dugdale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

Mar. Anne or Agnes, daughter of Robert Burnet, of Ary- 
holme, in Cleveland, in com. Ehor., bur. at Ormesby 28 May 
1605. They had issue— 

1. James (VI). 
Reyinald, "I 
Thomas, , , 
Robert, r- ^- P"-"^'- 
John, j 

2. Will'm Pennyman. 

Ellen, wife of Alan Certain or Sarton, of Red Carr, 

in CO. Ebor., bur. at Ormesby 18 Feb. 1663-4. 
Mary, wife of Thomas Pilley, of Skeldersheiigh, in co. 

Ebor. ' 
Anne, wife of Henry Yoivard, of Westerdale, in co. 

Ebor. 
Eliz., wife of Stram/wayes Bradshau; of Upsall, in co. 

Ebor., lie. 1599.' 

VI. JAMES PENNYMAN, of Ormesby, Esqr , died on S. Luke's 
day a" 165.5, bur. at Ormesby 19 Oct. 1655. Will 29 June 
1655, pr. at York 2 Jan. 1655-6 (Abs. York. Rec. Ser., ix, 
89) ; mar. Cath., da. of Will'm, Kinysley, of Canterbury, 
1 wife, at Ormesby 19 Sept. 1603. They had issue— 

1. S" James (VII). 

2. Thomas Pennyman, D'-. in Divinity, now Rector of 

the Parish Church of Stokesley in com. Eborum, 
bp. at Ormesby 10 Apr. 1614, bur. at Stokesley 
25 Oct. 1688; mar. first at Kirkleatham Sarah, 
dau. of John Turner, Esq., of Kirkleatham, 23 Oct. 
1631, bur. there 29 June 1652. 
Mar. secondly . . . They had issue — 

Ann, bp. at Stokesley 27 May 1661, bur. 

there 9 Jan. 1661-2. 
Sara, bp. at Stokesley 5 Oct. 1662. 
Marraaduke, bp. at Stokesley 20 Oct. 1663, 

bur. there 11 Feb. 1664-5. 
Mary, bp. at Stokesley 20 Oct. 1663, bur. 

there 27 May 1667. 
Thomas, bp. at Stokesley 11 Feb. 1664-5, 

bur. there 22 Mar. 1669-70. 
John, bp. at Stokesley 8 Mar. 1665-6. 
Edward, bp. at Stokesley 27 July, bur. 

1 Oct. 1667. 
Richard, bp. at Stokesley 19 Nov. 1668. 
Robert, bp. at Stokesley 8 Feb. 1669-70. 
Mary, bp. at Stokesley 21 Feb. 1670-1. 
Mar. secondly Joane, da. of . . . Smith, Citizen of London, 
bur. at Ormesby 11 Apr. 1657. They had issue — 

Will'm Pennyman, of Ormesby, bp. at Ormesby, 
C?) 2 Sept. 1624, bur. at Ormesby 24 Sept. 1659. 
Will 20 Sept. 1659, pr. at London 11 Sept. 1660 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 73 

(Abs. York. Rec. Ser., ix, 167) ; mar. Joane, 
daughter of . . . Tocketts, of . . . in Kent, bur. at 
Ormesby 18 Aug. 1659. They had issue — 

James, of Hutton Lowcross, bp. at Ormesby 
15 Aug. 1652. Will 21 Nov. 1698, pr. 
at York (vol. Ixii, 240) ; mar. first Elinor 
Lee, at Guisborough, 21 June 1677, bur. 
there 3 July 1689. They had issue- 
Thomas, ('!)if bp. at Stokesley 2 Apr. 

1678, sole executor of his father's 
will. 

James, bp. at Guisborough 15 Feb. 

1680-1, named in his father's will. 
John, named in his father's will. 
Elizabeth, bp. at Guisborough 27 May 

1679, bur. 21 May 1684. 
Catherine, bp. at Guisborough 12 May 

1685, named in her father's will. 
Frances, bp. at Guisborough 9 Dec. 1686, 
named in her father's will. 
Mar. secondly Elizabeth (^) Saunders. They 
had issue — 

William, bp. at Guisborough 7 Mar. 

1690-1, named in his father's will. 
Richard, bp. at Guisborough 29 Sept. 

1695, named in his father's will. 
Edward, (i) of London, saddler, bp. at 
Guisborough 9 Mar. 1696-7, named 
in his father's will. 
Esther, bp. at Guisborough 7 Mar. 
1690-1, named in her father's will. 
Will 24 Mar., pr. at York Aug. 1758 
(vol. cii, 82). 
Elizabeth, bp. at Guisborough 3 Nov. 
1692. 
William, of Norman bj', bp. at Eston 16 Dec. 
1658, had £1,200 in his father's will, bur. 
at Eston 12 Dec. 1718. Will 30 July 
1717, pr. at York (vol. Ixxiv, 475) ; mar. 
Annabella, dau. of Sir Richard Browne, 
Bart., of Debden, co. Essex, bur. at 
Belfreys 16 Jan. 1721-2. Will 29 Apr. 
1721, pr. at York 17 Jan. 1721-2 (vol. 
Ixxvi, 114). They had issue — 

Richard, bp. at Belfreys 21 May 1684, 

bur. at Eston 22 Mar. 1719-20. 
William, bp. at Belfreys 23 July 1688. 
John, bp. at Belfreys 1, bur. there 

3 Mar. 1689-90. 
Edward, bp. at Eston 28 Feb. 1693-4, 
bur. there 21 May 1694. 



74 uugdale's visitation of yokkshire. 

Annabella, bp. at Belfreys 25 June 
1685 ; mar. at St. Olave's, York, 
4 8ept. 1721 Nicholas Mosley. 
Elizabeth, mar. at Eston Rev. William 

Consett, 17 Oct. 1712. 
Johanna, mar. at Eston Capt. Matthew 

Consett 17 Mar. 1722-3. 

Frances, bui. at Eston 20 Jan. 1702-3. 

Joan, had £1,000 in her father's will, bp. at 

Orniesb}' 4 Sept. 1651 ; mar, there William 

Davison, Esq. 

France.s, had £1,000 in her father's will, bp. 

at Ormesby 23 Feb. 1653-4. 

Elizabeth, had £1,000 in her father's will, 

bp. at Ormesby 11 Sept. 1655 ; mar. there 

1 May 1694 John Morland. 

John Pennyman, of London, woollen draper ; mar. 

three times; bur. at Bunhill Fields 9 July 1706 

(see his life in Diet. Nat. Biog.). He had issue. 

Godfrey, bp. 26 Nov. 1629, bur. 12 Feb. 1631-2 at 

Ormesby. 
Bradshaw," bp. at Ormesby 28 Feb. 1634-5. 
Joane, tvife unto John Gyhgon, of IVe/biime, in co. 
Ebor., bp. 17 Oct. 1632 at Ormesby ; mar. there 
3 Sept. 1650. 
Ann, bp. 19 Dec. 1625, bur. 2 Nov. 1626 at Ormesby. 
Audrey, bp. 19 June, bur. 9 Nov. 1627 at Ormesby. 
Joan, b. and bur. 8 Sept. 1631. 

VII. S'- JAMES PENNYMAN, of 0-innesby, Ent. & Bar'., made 
Kn'. by E. Charles y^ P' and Bar', by Einy Charles the 2d, 
at. 58 ann. 21 Martij. 1665, bp. at Ormesby 6 Mar. 1607-8, 
bur. there 24 Apr. 1679, set. seventy-one, admon. at York 
1679 ; mar. Eliz., da. <fc coheir or' Stephen Norcliffe, of 
Yorke, at St. Marv's, Castlegate, York, 26 Dec. 1632, bp. 
21 Oct. 1612, bur. at Ormesby 8 Apr. 1678. They had 
issue — 

1. William, bp. and bur. Mar. 1632-3 at Ormesby. 

2. James, bp. at St. Mary's, Durham, 7 Apr. 1637, bur. 

there 13 Apr. 1638. 

3. Thomas (VIII). 

VIII. SIR THOMAS PENNYMAN, son and heire, cet. 24 
annorum 21" Martij a' D. 1665, second Baronet, High 
Sheriff 1703, bp. at St. Mary, South Bailey, Durham, 
29 Aug. 1642, bur. at Ormesby 3 Aug. 1708. Will 6 Dec. 
1700, pr. at York Oct. 1708 (vol. Ixv, 5) ; mar. circa 
1661 Frances, daughter of S'' John Lowther, of Lowther, 
in CO. Westmm-land, Bar'. Tliey had issue — 

1. James (IX). 

~. John, (el. 2 ann. 1665. 



DUGDALE'S visitation of YORKSHIRE. 75 

Tlioinas, named in his father's will. 
William, bp. at Stokesley 28 Nov. 1667. 

Charles, executor of his inthev^c^'.U.^.C't^ C»f /i-Vc<-/6^(^A^v 
Henry, of Grantham, co. Line, bur. at Ponton Parva 
29 Aug. 1754; mar. Elizabeth, dau. of . . . Days, 
bur. at Ponton Parva 27 Mar. 1750. They had 
issue — 

James, of Ponton Parva, bur. there 6 Nov. 
1764; mar. Dorothy . . . , bur. at 
Ponton Parva 13 Jan. 1810. They had 
issue — 

James, bp. at Ponton Parva 28 Sept. 

1747, bur. there 12 Dec. 1748. 
William, bp. at Ponton Parva 18 Sept. 

1754, bur. there 22 July 1806. 
Jolin Henry, Major of the Cinque Port 
Dragoons, bp. at Ponton Parva 19 Mar. 
1756, bur. there 25 Nov. 1795. 
Elizabeth, bp. at Stokesley 17 Dec. 1668. 
Catherine, bp. at Stokesley 8 July 1672; mar. Alan 
Catchpole, of London. 

IX. SIR JAMES PENNYMAN, of Ormesby, re<. Jf ann. -21 March 
1665, third Baronet, d. 17 Dec. 1745, set. eighty-four, bur. 
at Stainton 24 Dec. 1745. Will 24 Apr. 1743, pr. at York 
21 Jan. 1745-6 (vol. Ixxxix, 375) ; mar. Mary, dau. of 
Michael Warton, sister and coheii- of Sir Michael Warton, 
of Beverley, 7 Nov. 1692, at St. Giles'-in-the-Fields. They 
had issue — 

1. James Pennyman, Esq., of Ormesby, bp. 17 Jan. 

1693-4, at Coney Street, York, d. s.p. v.p. 23 Dec. 
1743 ; mar. Dorothy, dau. of William Wake, 
Archbishop of Canterbury, d. 2 Dec. 1754, bur. 
at Croydon. Will 4 Aug. 1753, pr. at York 
1755 (xcix, 65). 

2. Sir William Pennyman, fourth Baronet, High SheriflF 

1750, d. unmar. 16 Apr. 1768, set. seventy-three, 
bur. at Stainton, M.I. Will 24 Jan. 1763, pr. at 
York. 

3. Thomas, of Bishop Burton, Esq., d. 30 July 1759. 

Will 8 Apr. 1755, pr. at York 25 Aug. 1759 
(vol. ciii, 213). 

4. Sir Warton Pennyman, fifth Baronet, assumed name 

of Warton, bp. at Stainton 1 July 1700, d. s.p.m. 
14 Jan. 1770, bur. at Beverley, M.I. Will 1 Jan., 
pr. at York 30 Jan. 1770 (vol. cxiv, 12) ; mar. 
Charlotte, dau. of Sir Charles Hotham, 31 Mar. 
1725, d. 7, bur. 14 June 1771 at Holy Trinity, 
Micklegate, York. Will 18 Aug. 1770, pr. at 
York 25 Feb. 1771 (vol. cxv, 48). They had 
issue — 



76 DUG dale's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

James, Major Queen's Dragoons, bp. 24 Jan. 

1725-6, d. s.p., v.p. 
Chai-les, bp. at Beverley 173f, bur. at St. 

Crux 3 Aug. 1738. 
Marj', mar. William Berry, Esq., of Bristol, 

d. 19 Apr. 1789, bur. at Beverley. M.I. 
Margaret, mar. Henry Maister, Esq. 
Dorothy, bp. at St. Martin's, Micklegate, 

York, 28 May 1734. 
Philippa, d. unmar. 
Gertrude, d. unmar. 
Harriet, mar. Henry Stapleton, Esq., of 

Wighill, at St. Mary's, Beverley, 26 Feb. 

176.5. 
Caroline, mar. Roger Gee, Esq., of Bishop 

Burton. 
Diana, mar. General George Hotham. 
Charlotte, mar. Francis Boynton, Esq., of 

Ottringhani. 
5. Ralph (X). 

Maria or Marcia, bur. 14 Apr. 1714 at Stainton. M.I. 

X. RALPH PENNYMAN, ESQ., of Beverley, d. 10 Aug. 1768, 
bur. at St. Mary's, Beverley, M.I. ; mar. Bridget, dau. of 
Thomas Gee, of Bishop Burton (relict of John Taylor) at 
St. Mary's, Beverley, 9 Nov. 1732, d. 7 June 1744, bur. 
at Beverley. M.I. They had issue- 
Sir James (XI). 

Mary, bp. at Belfreys 1 Feb. 1733-4, d. unmar. 
Charlotte, bp. at St. Crux 3 Nov. 1735; mar. William 

Bethell, Esq., d. s.p. 
Dorothy, bp. at St. Mary's, Beverley, 6 Feb. 1738-9, 
d. 14 Nov. 1811, bur. at Beverley Minster; mar. 
Rev. James Worsley, Rector of Stonegrave. They 
were grand-parents of James White Worsley, who 
succeeded to the estates on death of the seventh 
Baronet. 

XI. SIR JAMES PENNYMAN, of Ormesby, sixth Baronet, 
M.P. for Scarborough 1770-4 and Beverley 1774-96, bp. at 
Beverley 6 Dec. 1736, d. 27 Mar. 1808, bur. at Stainton, 
M.I. ; mar. first Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Henry Grey, Bart., 
of Howick. They had issue — 

Sir William Henry (XII). 

James, , 



Ralph, 
Henry Grey, 
Charles, 
Frederick, 
Elizabeth, 



[all d. s.p. 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 77 

Hannah, d. 10 June 1836, set. sixty-three. M.I. at 

Staintoi). 
Charlotte, mar. first Charles Robinson ; secondly John 

Watson; thirdly, J. G. Boss. 
Frances Harriet, mar. first Charles John Berkeley, 

M.D. ; secondly J. W. C. Robinson, Esq., d. s.p. 
Mar. secondly Mary Maleham. 

XII. SIR WILLIAM HENRY PENNYMAN, seventh Baronet, 
of Ormesby, bp. 21 Jan. 1764 at St. Mary's, Beverley, d. 
s.p. 9 May 1852, set. eighty-eight, bur. at Beverley Minster. 
Will 30 May 1848, pr. 28 June 1852, leaving the estates 
to his sister Frances Harriet Robinson for life, and after 
her decease, without issue, to his heir James White 
Worsley. He mar. Charlotte, dau. of Bethell Robinson, 
Esq., of Catwick, who died 3 May 1848, set. eighty-two, 
bur. at Beverley Minster. M.I. 

Authorities — Pennyman Records, privately printed — Parish Registers 
—York Wills. 



BiRDFORTH Wapkntake. Threske, 23 Aug. 1665. 

Crostan 

of 

fbrfsb (ibirsk). 



pattee titehee .it the foot Or, on a chief of the second 
de-lis of the Seld. 

I. GEORGE CROSTON, of Heaih-Charnock, in com. Lane, 
descended from the Crostons of Croston, in com. Lane. ; 
mm: . . . dauyhter of . . . Holden. They had issue — 

II. JOHN CROSTON, of Berry and Heath Charnock, in co. 
Lane, died in a" 164S ; mar. Sarah, daughter of Jeremy 
Waterhouse, of Crossehill, ne.er Halifax, in com. Ebor. 
They had issue — 




78 dugdale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

1. George Croston, an Utter- Bar ister of Grayes Inne, 

died tvithout issue. 

2. Richard Croston, of Ueath-Charnock, iii. co. Lane, 

of ivhome noe issiie remaynes. 

3. John Croston, of Heath-Charnock, of whome noe issue 

remaynes. 
Jf. Edward Croston, of Killock and Berry, in com. Lane. 
5. Jeremy (III). 

III. JEREMY CROSTON, of Threske (Thii-sk) in com. Ebor., 
(et. JfJi. ann. 33 Aug. 1665 ; mar. Elizabeth le Playt, a 
french woman, servant to Chariot, Countesse of Derby. 
They had issue — 

James Croston, ceiatis 6 ann. 2S Any. 1665, bp. at 
Thii-sk 30 June 1659. 

1. Chariot. 

2. Mary, bp. at Thirsk 24 Sept. 1663. 

Jeremiah, bp. at Thirsk 11 Feb. 1656-7, bur. there 

30 Mar. 1660. 
Elizabeth, bp. at Thirsk i 11 Feb. 1656-7, bur. there 

6 Mar. 1656-7. 



The Bokrough of Leeties 



Leedes, 11 Aug. Ifi65. 




Spenser 
of 



displayed Sable. 
Spencer, L"* Mayor, 



KMs : — Argent, two bars gemelles between three sea-mews 

It appeares that the grant of the Armes was to S' John i 
nd his descendants, therefore these have no right to them 

I. WILLIAM SPENSER, of ... , neer Stamfwd, in com. 
Line, cosen german to S'' John Spenser, late L'^ Mayor of 
London; mar. . . . They had issue — 



The 



to be all the entries in the Thirsk Registers. 



DUGDALe's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 79 

1. Robert (II). 

2. John Spenser, of Enfield, in com. Midd. 
S. Oliver Spenser, of Enfield, in com. Midd. 

ROBERT SPENSER, citizen and wax chandler of London, 
now living 11" Aug. a' 1665 ; mar. Elizabeth, daughter of 
Edward Pitt, of Houghton, in com. Here/. They had 



RALPH SPENSER or SPENCER, of Hohu's Hall, Hunslet, 
Leeds, a merchant in Leedes, cet. 33 an. 11" Aug. 1665, d. 10, 
bur. at Leeds 12 Maj' 1705, set. .seventy-three. Will 10 Jan. 
1704-5, pr. at York (vol. Ixiii, 79) ; mar. Mary, datighter of 
Edmund Oyden, of Roch'idale, in com. Lane, draper, bur. 
at Leeds 9 Sept. 1707. They had issue— 
Robert (IV). 
John, bp. at Leeds 17 Jan, 166|, a Salter in London 

1712. 
Ralph, d. 21 Nov. 1677, set. five, bur. at Leeds. M.I. 
Edmond, bp. at Leeds 14 July 1672. 
William, bp. at Leeds 6 Apr. 1676, a merchant at 

Rotterdam (Thoresby). 
Ebenezer, bp. at Leeds 31 Oct. 1683, a merchant at 

Rotterdam (Thoresby). 
Elizabeth, bur. at Leeds 9 Apr. 1683. M.I. 
Ralph, merchant at Leeds 1712 (Thoresby) ; mar. 
Ann, dau. of Austin Greenwood, of Lancaster. 
They had issue — 

Austin, cet. one year 1712. 
Mary, mar. Samuel, son of Captain John Hatfield, of 
Hatfield. 

ROBERT SPENCER, of Leeds, merchant, cut. 2 an. 11 Aug. 
a" 1665, bp. at Leeds 19 Aug. 1663, d. v.p., bur. thero 
27 Mar. 1704, M.T. ; mar. Abigail, dau. and h. of Andrew 
Taylor, of York, merchant, by Abigail, dau. of Thomas 
Bourchier. They had issue — 

An infant, bur. 14 Oct. 1688. 

A child, bur. 30 Dec. 1693. 

Andrew. 

Thomas, an officer in Col. Web's regiment (Thoresby) 

Ralph, a Marine. 

Elizabeth. 

Mary. 




80 DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

The County of the Citty of Yobkk. Yorke, 13 Sept. 1665. 



Harrison 

0f 
^caat^r. 



Arms ; — Azure, three demi-lions rampant erased Or, a canton Argent. 

rampant Or, holding in his paws a laurel wreath 



I. THOMAS HARRISON, sometime L'' Mayw of y' Citty of 
Yorke, 1575 and 1592, innholder, bur. 13 Jan. 1604-5 at 
St. Martin's, Micklegate, York. Will 22 Dec. 1603, pr. at 
York 28 Jan. 1604-5 (vol. xxix, 492); mar. Johan . . . , 
bur. 6 Oct. 1595, at St. Martin's, Micklegate. They had 
issue — 

Thomas Harrison, son and heire (a quo Harrison of 

Cayton). 
John (II). 

Robert (a quo Harrison of Allerthorpe). 
Mary, mar. Thomas Herbert, of York, at St. Martin's, 

Micklegate, 14 Sept. 1579. 
Frances, mar. William Robinson, merchant at York, 
bur. at St. Crux 4 Mar. 1593-4. 



II. JOHN HARRISON, L-^ Mayor of Yorke, a' 1612, merchant, 
Lord of the Manor of Acaster Selby, had arms granted 
2 Aug. 1592, bur. 3 Oct. 1625 at St. Martin's, Micklegate. 
Will 17 Feb. 1624-5, pr. at York 16 Feb. 1625-6 (xxxix, 
336) ; mar. Isabel, dau. and coheir of . . . Fryer, 14 Sept. 
1579, bur. 2 Dec. 1630 at St. Martin's, Micklegate. Will 
last Feb. 1629-30, pr. at York 25 Nov. 1631 (xli, 562). 
They had issue — 
1. Thomas (III). 

S. John Harrison, a D'' of Phisick, admitted at GonvUle 
and Caius College, Cambridge, 30 Aug. 1612, bur. 
at Belfreys 30 July 1632. Will 28 July 1632, 
pr. at York 3 Apr. 1633 (vol. xlii, 204). 



DUGDALE's VLSITATION of YORKSHIRE. 81 

S. Stephen Harrison, of Yorke, named in his mother's 

will. 
4. Robert, named in his father's will. 
Anne, wife of . . . Freeman, of . . . 
Ursula, bur. at St. Martin's, Mickles^ate, 1 Jan. 1 622-3 

(Reg.). 
Mary, mar. Roger Catterall. 
Agnes, mar. John Wyldon, gent., at St. Martin's, 

Micklegate, 24 Jan. 1618-9. 
Elizabeth, mar. . . . Constable. 
Isabel, mar. Tlioraas Askwith. 



III. THOMAS HARRISOX, of Acasfer, in the County of the 
Citty of Yorke, died a" 162^, vel circa. Will 24 ' June 
1626, pr. at York 31 Jan. 1626-7 (xxxix, 53); mar. Johan, 
daiujh. of Adam Ha/perton, of Ha/perton, in com. Ebor. They 
had issue — 

1. Cuthbert (IV). 

Robert, named in his father's will. 

John Harrison, of Acaster, marr. Anne, daughter of 

1. Isabel, wife of Walter Holmes, of . . . 
fl. Alice, the wife of John Sm,ithson, of . . . 
3. Elizabeth, wife of Christoph^ Armetsted, a Divine. 
A- Dorothy, ivife of Peter Wilson, of Hamntherby 
(Amotherby), in co. Ebor. 



IV. CUTHBERT HARRISON, of Acaster, a Cap' of Foote 
under Col. Henry Slingsby, in the Service of K. Charles 
y' First, ait. J^O annorum IS Sept. a" 1665, d. 20, bur. 
24 Apr. 1699 at Stillingfleet, pet. eighty-one, M.I., admon. 
to his daughter 6 June 1699 ; mar. Lennox, dauyh. of 
Marmaduke, L^ Langdale, d. 6, bur. 8 Feb. 1688-9 at 
Stillingfleet, M.I. They had issue— 

Lennox, ret. 6 ann. 13 Sept. 1665, b. 6 Feb. 1658-9; 
mar. first George, son of Sir Jeremiah Smith, of 
Osgodby 22 Oct. 1674, in Petergate, York, secondly 
Sir Lyon Pilkington, Bart., of Stanley ; she d. 
17, bur. 22 July 1706 at Hemingborough, admon. 
22 Apr. 1707 to Sii- Lyon Pilkington (see Raine's 
Hemingborough, 281). 



82 DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

HoWDKNsiiiKK. Pocklington, 7" Sept. 1665. 



of 

id Argent, in the first quarter a fleur-de-lis 




terly of nine : 



Quarterly, 

Or (Metham). 

2. Palv of six Argent and Gules a bend paly of six counterchanged 

(Pollington)': 

3. [Gules] an eagle displayed [Argent] over all a bend [Vert] 

(Hamelton). 

4. Argent, on a bend Sable three bezants (Markenfield). 

5. Argent, a lion rampant Sable (Stapleton). 

6. [Sable] fretty [Or] (Bella aqua). 

7. Argent, a lion rampant Azure (Brus). 

S. Argent, two bars Gules, on a canton of the second a lion passant 

gardant Or (Lancaster). 
9. Gules, two bars gemelles and a chief Or (Richmond). 
!rest: — A bull's head barry of eight Argent and Azure. 

I. SIR JOHN METHAM, KNT., of Metham (son of Thomas 
Metliara), luq. P.M. 5 Edw. TI (1311-2), having manors 
of Metham and Laxton ; mar. Sibil, dau. and h. of Adam 
Hamelton, by Alice or Amicia, dau. of William Markenfield. 
They had i.ssue — 

II. SIR THOMAS METHAM, of Metham and Laxton, d. 
4 Aug. 1.354, Inq. P.M. "29 Edw. Ill (1355-6), his son 
Thomas, twenty-fours old ; mar. . . . They had issue — 

III. SIR THOMAS METHAM,! of Metham, etc., Inq. P.M. 

4 Hen. IV (1402-3); mar. Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Miles, 
tliird Lord Stapleton, sister and h. of Thomas de Stapleton, 
who d. 1372, she was then aged twenty-four and inherited 
her brother's estates 1379, bringing in the Barony of 
Stapleton, now in abeyance. They had issue — 

IV. SIR ALEXANDER METHAM, of Metham, Inq. P.M. 

21 Hen. V (1416-7); mar. Elizabeth, dau. of Lord Darcy, 
Inq. P.M. 9 Hen. VI (1430-1). Thev had issue^ 

Sir Thomas (V). 

Eleven other children. 



Some authorities 



Thomas Metha 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 83 

SIR THOMAS METHAM, of Metham, proof of age 
1 Hen. VI (1422-3), (1) Sheriff of Yorkshire U43 and 
1460, Inq. P.M. 12 Edw. IV (1472-3), d. 26 July 1472 
(Thoresby's Soc. Publications, xv, 88) ; mar. Mundane, 
dau. of Sir John Waterton, of Walton. They had issue — 
Richard (VI). 

RICHARD METHAM, ESQ., d. v.p. ; mar. Margaret, dau. 
of Ralph Babthorpe. They had issue — 
Sir Thomas (VII). 

SIR THOMAS METHAM, of Metham, etc., heir to his 
grandfatlier, then aged thirty years and more, d. 12 Sept. 
last as by Inq. P.M. 14 Jan. "l4 Hen. VII (1499) ; mar. 
first Anne, dau. of Sir John Tempest, of Brace well. They 
had issue — 

Sir Thomas (VIII). 

Mundane or Margaret, mar. Sir John Hotham, Knt., 
of Scorborough. 

Elizabeth. 
Mar. secondly Isabel, dau. of Sir Robert Hildyard, Knt., 
relict of John Hotham. They had issue — 

William, of Barnhill (a quo Metham, of Barnhill ; 
see Glover's Visitation, 106). 

Robert. 

Alexander. 

SIR THOMAS METHAM, KNT., served at Flodden, aged 

thirty at his father's Inq., d. 26 May 6 Hen. VIII (1514) 

as by Inq. P.M. taken 14 Oct. ; mar. Elizabeth, dau. of Sir 

Robert Constable, Knt., of Flamborough. They had issue — 

Sir Thomas (IX). 

Robert, of Bullington, co. Line. ; mar. Ann, dau. of 
Seth Snawsell, of Bilton (a quo Metham, of 
Bullington ; see Lincolnshire Ped., Harl. Soc, 
669). 
George. 

Agnes, mar. Sir John Constable, of Halsham. 
Margery, mar. Brian Rocliffe. 

SIR THOMAS METHAM, of Metham, etc., Knighted 
24 May 1533, d. 25 Mar. 30 Hen. VIII (1539) as by 
Inq. P.M. 21 June 31 Hen. VIII (1539); mar. Maude, 
dau. of Sir John Hotham, of Scorborough. They had 
issue — 

1. Thomas (X). 

t' 'X r ' VTonge's Visitation. 

3. George, j ° 

Elizabeth, mar. Thomas Saltmarshe, sett. 7 June 

16 Hen. VIII (1524). 

Joan, mar. Sir Richard Strangways, of Ormesby. 



84 DUGDALES VISITATION OK YORKSHIRE. 

Jane, mar. Edmund Basforth. 

Frances, mar. William Hamond, Esq., of Scarthing- 

well. 
I.sabel, mar. Thomas Hungate, Esq., of Stillington. 

X. THOMAS METHAM, ESQ., aged thirteen years and eight 

months at his father's Inq. ; mar. Grace, dau. of Thomas 

ir,'- Pudsey, Esq., of Bolton (remar. Thomas Trollop, of 

'' Thornley), d. 25 Eliz. (Surtees' Durham). They had 

issue — 

Sir Thomas (XI). 

Francis, of Wiganthorpe. Will 24 Oct. 1595, pr. 
2 Sept. 1596, to be bur. in tlie Quire of Ter- 
rington Church, Inq. P.M. (Yorks. Arch. Journal, 
viii, 368) ; mar. first Dionisia, dau. of Sir Thomas 
Waterton, of Walton, bur. at Terrington. They 
had issue — 

Dionisia or Dianas, mar. Anthony Bulmer, 
of Elmeden. Will 25 Apr. 1639. 
Mar. secondly . . . , bur. at Terrington. 
Rowland, d. s.p. (Flower's Visitation). 
John, named in his brother Sir Thomas' will. 
Maude, mar. John Trollop, of Thornley, sett. 
24 July 34 Hen. VIII, living 1569 (Surtees' 
Durham"). 

XI. SIR THOMAS METHAM, KNT., of Metham, succeeded 
his grandfather. Knighted 2 Oct. 1553, bur. at Howden 
28 Sept. 1572. Will 1 June 1572, pr. at York 31 Oct. 1573 
(vol. xix, 541); mar. first Dorothy, dau. of George, first 
Lord Darcy, of Aston, bur. at Howden 26 Dec. 1553. 
They had issue — 

Thomas (XIT). 

George, of Pollington, Snaith, bp. at Howden 12 Oct. 
1552. Will pr. 3 Nov. 1598 (C.B.N.) ; mar. . . . , 
dau. of . . . Robinson, of Huggate. They had 
i.ssue — 

Andrew, bp. 6 Dec. 1589, bur. 29 June 

1592 at Snaith. 
Thomas, (1) bp. at Snaith 30 Mar. 1595. 
Frances, heiress, mar. Sir Ingleby Daniel, 

of Beswick. 
Barbara, bp. at Snaith 10 Dec. 1587. 
Jane, mar. Philip Drayoott, of Breadsall, co. Derby. 
Dorothy, bp. at Howden 26 Mar. 1550, bur. 19 Sept. 
1566 at All Saints', Pavement, York (C.B.N.). 
Mar. secondly Edith, dau. of Nicliolas Palmes, of Naburn, 
executrix of her husband. They had i.ssue — 

Alexander, sans issue (Glover), named in his father's 

will. 
Micliael, .sans issue (Glover). 



DUGFMLES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 85 

Nicholas, named in his father's will. 

Francis, sans issue (Glover). 

Edith, bp. at Howden 1 Nov. 1556 ; mar. . . . 

Arden, a lawyer, waferer of the Inner Temple. 
Frances, named in her father's will. 
Petronell, named in her father's will. 
Joan, (■?) bp. at Howden 25 Jan. 1561-2. 
Katherine, named in her father's will, bp. at Belfi-eys 

3 Apr. 1567. 
Philippa, named in her father's will, bp. at Belfreys 

30 Jan. 1568-9. 



THOMAS METHAM, of Metham, in com. Ebor., Esqr., (1) 
(1. 1610 ; mar. Catherine, daughter of S'' Will'm, Bellassys, 
of Newhorough, in co. Ebor., Knt., bp. 8 Sept. 1553 
(Collins). They had issue — 

1. S'' Thomas Metham, Knt., slaine in the battail of 
Mar ston- Moore, neere Yorke, being then Gapt. of 
the Yorkeshire Gentry on the part of King Charles 
the First against the rebells in June a" 164-i, set. 
10, 1585 ; mar. first Barbara, daughter unto Philip 
Constable, of Everingham, in com.. Ebor., Esq''., 
d. 1610. They had issue— 

Thomas, died unmarried 2 Feb. 1630. Adm. 
at Lincoln's Inn 31 Oct. 1626. 

1. Gath., wife of Edward Smith, of Ashe, in 

CO. Palat., Dunelm, Esq''.^ 

2. Barbara, loife of Thomas Dolman, of Bads- 

worth, in CO. Ebor., Esqr., (]) bp. at 
Howden 29 Nov. 1607, bur. at Bads- 
worth 23 May 1626. 
mar. Ci'y Mary, dau. of Edward Crayshaw, of 
Barton, co. Oxon. Will 5 Sept., pr. at York . 
7 Nov. 1646 (unregistered), to be bur. in North 
Cave church. 
m. John, died young. 
S. S'- Jordan Metham (XIII). 

Frances, wife of Marmaduke Constable, oj Ever- 
ingham, Esq"-., (1) bp. at Howden 23 Mar. 1577-8; 
mar. there 25 Nov. 1593. 
Dorothy, wife of Robert Thoi-neton, of Netvton, in 
com. Ebor., Esq''., bur. at Stonegrave 14 July 1619. 
Bridget, first married to Tho. Uopton, of Mirfield, 
in CO. Ebor., lie. 1596 at Kirkby Malzeard (Paver), 
after to Will. Langdale, of Lanthrop in Uoldernesse, 
Esq-., d. Mar. 1627. 



' The Barony of Stapleton is in abeyance amongst the descendants of 
Catherine Smith and Barbara Dolman. 



86 1JU(^DALE's visitation ok YORKSHIRE. 

Eleanor, wife of Ralphe Mlerker, of Risehy, in ct 

Ebor., Esq''. 
Catherine, wife of Geo. Creswell, of. Doninyton 

Holdernesse. 
Jane, d. young. 



XIII. S'- JORDAN METHAM, Kn'., died a" W^S, bur. in the .juire 
of Terrington Church 6 Oct. 1642, admon. at York 18 Oct. 
1 642 ; mar. Margaret, daughter of William Lanydale, of 
Lanthrope in Holdernesse in co. Ehor., Esq''., bur. at Ter- 
rington 23 May 1652, admon. at York 11 June 1652. 
They had issue — 

1. Jordan Metham,, eldest son, slayne at Pomfret Castle, 

being in armes for K. Charles y'^ First, at y' raysing 
of the first seige there, bp. at Terrington 20 Apr. 
1615. 

2. John Metham, died young, bur. at Terrington 

6 Mar. 1617-8. 
S. George (XIV). 

4. Frances Metham. 

5. Thomas, died unmarried. 

6'. Will'm Metham,, married . . . daughter of . . . and 
widow or H'' Tho. Tankard, of Bram,pton, in com. 
Ebor., K'. 

7. Henry Metham, bp. at Terrington 18 Mar. 1627-8. 

8. John Metham, bp. at Terrington 19 Jan. 1632-3. 

1. Ursula, wife of S'' Tho. Brathwayt, K*., son and 

heire of Richard Brathwayt, of Burneside, in co. 
Westmerl, Esq''. 

2. Jane, wife of Tho. Tempest, a younger sun of S' Thomas 

Tempest of Stanley, in ye Bisshoprick of Durham., 
bp. at Terrington 2 Apr. 1626. 



XIV. GEORGE METHAM, ol Metham, Esq''., wt. JfT ann. 7" Sept. 
a" 1665, a royalist compounder and fined £1,350, bp. at 
Terrington 24 Jan. 1617-8, d. 1672, bur. at North Cave. 

>fi!.' M.I. Will 15 Sept. 1669, pr. at York (vol. liii) ; mar. 
Catherine, da. of 'Tho. Vise. Fairfax, of Emeley in Irel'^., 
executrix of her husband. Tliey had issue — 

1. George (XV). 

2. Thomas, named in his father's will. 

S. Jordan, of St. Andrew's, Holborn, admon. 9 Feb. 
1725 (English Catholics 1715) ; mar. Catherine . . . 
They had issue — 

Mary, had £10 in her cousin Dorothy 
Metham's will 1735-6. 
4. Philip, had £20 a year in his father's will. 
1. Catherine, named in her father's will, bp. at Howdeu 
22 Dec. 1651 ; mar. George Robin.son. 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 87 

2. Anne, bp. at Howden 20 Aug. 1657. 

3. Abigail, had £400 in her fatlier's will, bp. at Howden 

15 Feb. 1658-9. 



XV. GEORGE MET HAM, ESQ., of North Cave, a-.tatii 10 ann. 
7" Sept. a" 1665, bp. at Howden Apr. 1655, bur. 18 Apr. 
1716 at North Cave. Will 25 Jan. 1715-6, pr. at York 
(vol. Ixxi, 166); mar. Magdalen Harcourt. They had 

Philip (XVI). 

Francis, of Drewton, North Cave, Gent., a Catholic 
nonjuror 1715, d. 2 Mar. 1721-2, bur. at North 
Cave. M.I. Will 12 Jan. 1721-2, pr. at York 
(vol. Ixxvi, 182); mar. Margaret, dau. of William 
Pearson, Esq., of Stokesley, died 17 Aug. 1723. 

Dorothy, of York. Will 11 Mar. 1735-6, pr. at 
York 24 Dec. 1737 (vol. Ixxxv, 208). 

Barbara, mar. at North Cave 23 Oct. 1713 Hugh 
Montgomery, Esq., d. 26 May 1747 in her fifty- 
ninth year, bur. at North Cave. M.I. 

XVI. PHILIP METHAM, ESQ., of North Cave, a nonjuror 
1715, d. 27 Mar. 1732, bur. at North Cave. Admon. at 
York 26 Oct. 1733 to the above named Hugh Montgomery, 
into who.se family the estates were carried. 



— Beacon Wapentake. Yorke, 20 Martij 1665. 



^aiisrr 



Arms : — Azure, on a chevron Argent, between three falcons of the second 
beaked Or, as many lion's heads erased Sable eolhired of the third. 
Crest :— A demi-horse rampant Sable jrutte d'Or, bit and reins of the last. 




5» DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 

I. ADAM MOYSER, of Farlington. Will 30 June 1535, pr. 
at York 31 May 1538 (vol. xi, 294): mar. Katherine . . ., 
to be bur. at Sheriff Hutton. Will 16 Aug. 1562, pr. 
2 Apr. 1563 (vol. xvii, 217). They had issue- 
Peter, of Farlington. Will 23 Jan. 1587-8, pr. at 
York 10 May 1588 (vol. xxiii, 746); mar. Anne 
. . . They had issue — 
Barbara. 
Mary. 
Elizabeth. 
Anne. 
James (TI). 
Thomas, of Appleton, Gent., admon. 20 Feb. 1607-8 

granted to Tobias Moyser. 
Frances, mar. first Edmund Greenbury, of York, 

secondly Henry Savile, of Blathroyd, Halifax. 
Elizabeth, mar. . . . Bullocke, ) named in their mother's 
Alice, mar. Thomas Cundall, | will. 

II. JAMES MOYSER, of North Hall, Appleton, bur. at Bolton 
Percy 18 Jan. 1608-9; mar. first Joane, dau. of John Good 
(Glover). They had issue — 

Francis (III). 

Tobias. 

Elizabeth, mar. Robert Stockdale, of Lockington. 

Christian, mar. Gabriel Brooke, of Gateforth. 

Mary, bur. 24 Dec. 1596. 

Elizabeth, mar. Christopher Skepper, of Durham. 
Mar. secondly Grace, dau. of . . . Estoft. They had issue — 

James. 

Grace, mar. William Henlock, 18 Dec. 1598. 

III. FRANCIS MOYSER, of Farlington, iti com. Ebor., bur. at 
Bolton Percy 12 Feb. 1616-7, admon. 18 Feb. 1616-7; mar. 
Dorothy, dau. of Alexander Stockdale (Glover), bur. at 
Bolton "^ Percy 27 Jan. 1616-7. They had issue— 
/. Thomas (IV). 



James. 

Stockdale. 

Marmaduke. 

Leonard, died unmarried, bp. at Bolton Percy 7 Dec. 

1591. 
William, Moyser, of Hulme, in com, Ebor., bp. at 

Bolton Percy 25 Apr. 1598 ; mar. . . . They had 

issue — 

yr ^ ' > named in will of Jas. Moyser, 1690. 

John Moyser, dyed w"^out issue, bp. at Bolton Percy 
4 Jan. 1600-1 ; mar. Hannah, daughter of George 
Fulljambe, of Walton, in com. Derby. 

Anthony, died tmmarried, bp. at Bolton Percy 10 Oct. 
1602. 



;.r«- 



DUGUALK's visitation ok YORKSHIRE. H9 

Alice, bp. at Bolton Percy 12 Aug. 1593. 
Grace, bp. at Bolton Percy 19 Nov. 1.594. 
Prudence, bp. at Bolton Percy 7 Dec. 1595. 
Katherine, bp. at Bolton Percy 3 Apr. 1597. 
Mabel, bp. at Bolton Percv 19' Aug. 1599, bur. thei-e 
28 Aug. 1600. 

IV. THOMAS MOYSER, of Appleton, in com. civitatis Ebor., 
dyed in a" 16^3, age given as four at 1584 and thirty at 

1612 Visitations; mar. Mary, daughter of Me.rington 

(M.eTyiou), ■ Deane of Yorke. They had issue — 

Thomas, bp. at Bolton Percy 8 Mar. 1624-5. 

1. James (V). 

2. Francis Moyser, Ensiyne in the Regiment of Guards 

to his Ma''' Kitig Charles the 2'^ ; mar. Mary, 
daughter to S'' John Corbet, of . . . in com. Salop, 
relict to William Stafford, of Blatherwick, in co. 
Northamp*, Esq''. 

3. John Moyser, an Ensigne in the Guards of his 

Majestie King Charles the H''. 

V. JAMES MOYSER, of Beuerley and Appleton, in com. Ebor., 
Esq''., tet. -iO annoru 20 Martij 1665, Recorder of Beverley, 
bp. at Bolton Percy 15 Mar. 1628-9. Will 3 Feb. 1689-90, 
pr. at York 18 Mar. 1694-5; mar. 12 Jan. 1650, Frances, 
daughter of Edmund Yarbrough, of' Snayth, in co. Ebor., 
Esq''., relict ot S'' John Reresby, of Thribergh, in com. Ebor., 
Bar'., d. at Beverley, bur. at "Thrybergh 7 Sept. 1668 
(Reresby Diary). They had issue — 

1. Edmund, mt. 10 annor. 20 Mart. 1665. -t^~. ?.U~^ .f-O^^. (.JuJy/i?/ 

2. John (VI). 

VI. JOH^^ MOYSER, ESQ., of Beverley, (kI. 5 annor. 20 Martij 
1666, M.P. 1705-8 for Beverley. Will 28 July 1737, pr. at 
York 9 Nov. 1739 (vol. Ixxxvi, 252) ; mar. 26 Aug. 1692, 
at Richmond, Catherine, dau. of John Heron, Esq. (wid. 
of Sir John Hotham, Bart.), bur. at St. Mary's, Beverley, 
5 Jan. 1727-8. They had issue- 
James (VII). 
Francis, had twenty guineas in his father's will if 

alive. 
Constantia, mar. James Gee, Esq., of Beverley, at St. 
Mary's, Beverley, 7 Nov. 1727, bur. at St. Mary's 
1740', M.I. 
Catherine, mar. William Burton, of Hotham. 
Elizabeth, named in her father's will. 

VII. JAMES MOYSER, ESQ., of Beverley; mar. . . . They 
iiad issue — 

Diana, bp. at Coney St., York, 26 July 1723; mar. 
William Strickland, Esq., of Beverley, 25 May 
1752, at St. Saviour's, Yoik. 




ks^i 



90 DUGDALe's VISITAl'lON OK YORKSHIRE. 

PicKERiNii-m HK Wahentakk. Beverlej, 15" Sept. 



of 



Arms : — Gules, three clievronels braced in base Vair, on a chief Or a trefoil 
slipped Azure. 

I. WILLIAM WyVELL, Arm., of Slingsby, in Rydale. Will 
Feast of St. Peter ad Vincula 1 Aug. 1430, pr. at York 
U Aug. 1430 (Test. Ebor., ii, 2), to be bur. iu Slingsby 
Church ; mar. Agnes . . . , executrix of her husband. 
They had issue — 

John (II). 

Richard, \ 

Robert, ^naraed in their father's will. 

John, I 

William, Rector of Dalby. 

II. JOHN WYVELL, ESQ., of Osgodbv. Will 17 Dec. 1460, 
pr. at York 11 July 1461 (Test. Ebor., ii, 2), to be bur. 
in Cayton Chapel ; mar. Isabel . . . , executrix of her 
husband. They had issue — 

John (III). 

Richard, had 40s. in his father's will. 

III. JOHN WYVELL, of Osgodby. Will 31 Mar. 1466, pr. at 
York 4 May 1467, to be bur. in the Chapel of St. John 
the Baptist at Cayton ; mar. Agnes . , . From them 
probably descended — 

f T. ROBERT WYVELL, of Osgodby, near Scarborouirh, had 
lands in Slingsby, (?) admon. 8 Feb. 1495-6. 

JOHN WYVELL,! of Osgodby, attainted temp. Hen. VIII, 
succeeded his brother ; mar. Dorothy, dau. of John Lepton, 
Esq., of Kepwick, in Cleveland. They had issue — 
John (III). 

of Robert (Glover). 



DUGDALE's visitation ok YORKSHIRE. 91 

Peter, of Cottingham. Will 10 Jan. 15-54-5, pr. at 
York 4 Apr. 1555 (vol. xiv, 23); mar. Petronell, 
dau. of . . . Headon, of Holderuess. Will 13 Dec. 
1574, pr. at York 2 Apr. 1575 (vol. xix, 718). 
They had issue — 

1. John, saus issue. 

2. Richard, sans issue. 

3. William, of Cottingham, living 1584. 
Elizabeth, named in her father's will. 

JOHN WYVELL, of Osgodby ; mar. Katharine, dau. of 
Giles Wood, of Pickering. They had issue — 
William (IV). 

WILLIAM WYVELL, of O-sgodby, living at 1584 Visitation. 
Will 18 Feb. 1590-1, pr. at York 2 July 1591, to be bur. 
at Cayton (vol. xxiv, 604) ; mar. Frances, dau. of Roger 
Dalton, of Kirkby Misperton, Esq. (remar. Thomas Beilby, 
Esq., of Miekletliwaite Grange and Killerby). They had 
issue — 

1. George, of Osgodby, eldest son, mt. 14 1584, d. s.p. 

Will 1 Nov., pr. at York 11 Dec. 1597 (vol. 
xxvii, 110), to be bur. at Kirkby Misperton. 

2. John, d. s.p. 

. 3. Stephen, d. s.p. 

4. William, d. s.p. 
Soger (V). 

Anne, mar. Thomas Percehay, Esq., of Ryton. 
Elizabeth, mar. Robert Simpson, of Edston. 
Barbara, mar. Charles Tancred, Esq., of Whixley. 
Katherine, mar. Robert Fisher. 
Frances, mar. James Spencer. 

Mary, will 10 Feb. 1596-7, pr. at Yoi-k 20 Aug. 1599 
(vol. xxvii, 666), to be bur. in Cayton Church. 

ROGER WIVELL, of Osyodby, in com. Ebor., Esq'., died 
1" Martij a" 1657, admon. P.C.C. 1659 : viar. Anne, 
daughter of Thomas Bylbye (Beilby), of Killerby, in com. 
Ebor., renounced husband's admon. They had issue — 
;. William Wyvill, of Osgodby, died a' 1663 sine prole ; 
mar. Jane, da. of . . . Foules, in com. Sussex, 1 
wife ; mar. Eliz., da. of S'' John Ruck, of Filey, 
in CO. Ebor., Kn'., 2 ivife (remar. Matthew Beck- 
with of Tanfield). 
2. Thomas Wyvell, dyed unmarried. 

5. John (VI). 

1. Frances. 

2. Anne, wife of Tho. Swan, of Benerley, in <-u. Ebor., 

afterwards ot' .S'" Richard Tankard, of Whixley, in 
CO. Ebor, Kn.'. ; mar. at Whixley 7 Aug. 1666. 



92 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 
S. Mary, wife of Thomas Denman, of Cottinyham, in]c 



4. Eliz., died unmarried. 

5. Thomasine, died unmarried. 

6. Margaret, wife of Edward S])elman (Spilman), of 

Walcote, in com. Line. 



VI. .JOllX W'YVELL, of O^iiodby, in com. Ehor., Escf., aet. S7 
an. lo Sepl. 16ti6, d. 29 Jan. 1705-6, xt. 78. M.I. at 
Cay ton. Will 31 Dec. 1696, cod. 21 Jan. 1705-6, pr. at 
A sri^ York (vol. Ixiii, 213). He seems to have left reversion of 

his estates to Sir Marmaduke Wyvill, of Constable Burton, 
and in his will he mentions his wife Dorothy, so he may 
have been married twice ; mar. Susanna, daugh. of S'' Francis 
Cohh, at' Beverley (Ottringham) in com. Ebor., Kn'., by 
Ellen, dau. of Christoplier Constable, Esq., of Catfoss. 



The North Bayliwick. Beverley, 15 Sept. 



Constabk 

of 
CatfossB. 



Sable, a ciuciuetoil pierced within an oris of cross- 
crosslets Or. 
2 and 3. Ar!;ent, two bars each of five lozenges Sable. 

JOHN CONSTABLE, of Catfoss. Will 5 Mar. 1499, pr. 
at York 8 May 1500, to be bur. at Sigglesthorne ; mar. 
Alice . . . They had issue — 




THOMAS CONSTABLE, of Catfoss, d. 20 Nov. 
22 Hen. VII (1506), Inq. P.M. 4 Nov. 23 Hen. VII 
(1507). Will 5 Nov., pr. at York 4 Dec. 1506 (vol. vi, 
168), to be bur. at Sigglesthorne; mar. Mariana, dau. of 
John Bishop, executrix of her husband. They had issue — 



duodale's visitation ok vokkshire. 93 

Ralph, thirteen years and nine months at his 

father's Inq. 
Stephen (III). 

III. STEPHEN CONSTABLE, of Catfoss, Inq. P.M. 16 Aug. 

36 Hen. VIII (1544), says he d. 11 Jan. 34 Hen. VIII 
(1543); mar. Elizabeth, dau. and h. of John Constable, of 
Fresmarsli. They had issue — 

William (iV). 

Anne. 

IV. WILLIAM CONSTABLE, of Catfoss, eleven years old at 

his father's Inq., living 1585 ; mar. Bridget, dau. of Robert 
Skerne, bur. at Sigglestliorne 28 Aug. 1585. They had 
issue — 

Christopher (V). 

William. 

Marmaduke. 

Thomas. 

Joan, bp. at Sigglesthorne 6 July 1566. 

Ann. 
Mar. secondly Jane, dau. of . . . Fowbery. They had 
issue — 

Marmaduke. 

William. 

V. CHRLSTOPUEK CONSTABLE, of Catfosse, Freshmarshe, 
and Hampton in com. Ebor., set. twenty-three 1585, 
signed 1612 Visitation, bur. at Sigglesthorne 31 Dec. 
1622 ; mar. Ave.rill, dauijhter of George Fowberye of New- 
bould, in umi. Ebor., Esq''. They had issue — 
John. 

1. Frances, bp. at Sigglesthorne 1 Dec. 1588, ^vife 

or John Beverley, of Ganstede, in com. Ebor. 

2. Ellyn, bp. at Sigglesthorne 26 July 1593, wife to 

Richard Hilly ard of Ottringham in com. Ebor., 

mar. 7 Sept. 1612 at Sigglesthorne; afterwards of 

jS'' Francis Cobb, of Beverley, in co. Ebor., K'. 

She was bur. in Beverley Minster 7 Dec. 1667, 

set. seventy-four. 
S. Cath., wife of . . . Lanydale, of Eberstone, in com. 

Ebor. ' ' 
Marmaduke, bp. at Sigglesthorne 15 Oct. 1587, 

bur. there 1609. 
Margaret, d. inf., bp. at Sigglesthorne 2 July 1590, 

bur. there 21 Mar. 1590-1. 
Alice, bur. at Sigglesthorne 16 Apr. 1597. 
Marmaduke, bap. at Sigglesthorne 12 Dec. 1600. 

VI. JOHN CONSTABLE, of Catfo.'<se, in com. Ebor., Esq'-., 
died in a" P!59, bur. at Sigglestliorne 29 Sept., M.I., set. 
sixty-two. Will 13 Mar. 1657-8, pr. at London, 27 Apr. 



94 DUGDALK's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

1660 (Yoi-ks Rec. Ser., ix, 158); mar. Mary, daughter of 
Raphe Moore, of Bewick, hi co. Ehor., widow of Philip 
Constable, of Wassand, in com. Ehor., Esq''., bur. 12 May 
1678 at Thormanby. They had issue— 

1. John Constable of Catfosse, Esq''., (ft. ^5 annor. 

15 Sept. 1666, bur. at Sigglesthorne 16 Mar. 
1667-8, set. forty-six. 

2. Robert (VII). 

3. Christoph'; died unmarried, bp. at Sigglesthorne 

29 Mar. 1624. 
Raphe, died unmarried, bp. at Sigglesthorne, 29 Apr. 

1634. 
Jane, wife of Christopher Smith, of Aiodhy, in co. 

Line, bp. at Sigglesthorne 19 Nov. 1620 ; mar. 

there 14 Oct. 1641. 
Frances, bp. at Sigglesthorne 8 Feb. 1625-6. 
Mary, wife of John Moore of Bewick, in com. 

Eborii, bp. at Sigglesthorne 6 July 1629. 
Lenox, bp. at Sigglesthorne 1 Mar. 1630-1, bur. at 

Thormanby 3 Mar. 1698-9. 
Bridget, bp. at Sigglesthorne 26 Sept. 1637 ; mar. 

Thomas Wakefield, Esq., of Thormanby, bur. there 

25 Apr. 1678. 
Margaret, bp. at Sigglesthorne, 8 July, bur. there 

22 Nov. 1633. 
Anne. 

VII. ROBERT CONSTABLE, of Catfoss, a merch' in Portugall, 
d. 6, bur. at Sigglesthorne 9 Jan. 1692-3, M.I. ; admon. 
at York 6 Nov. 'l 693 ; mar. Jane, dau. of Sir Wilfrid 
Lawson, of Isell, co. Cumb., d. 3 Oct. 1682, bur. at 
Sigglesthorne. They had issue — 
Sir Robert (VIII). 

Wilfred, of Beverlej', bp. at Sigglesthorne 11 Sept. 
1673. Will 10 Mar. 1719-20, proved at York, 
bur. at S. Mary's Church, Beverley (vol. Ixxv, 6), 
1 Oct. 1720, M.I. He had one guinea in his 
brother Sir Robert's will. 
John, d. inf., bp. 20 Nov. 1674. 
Lawson, d. inf., bp. at Sigglesthorne 20 Sept. 1682, 

bur. there 6 Jan. 1682-3. 
Jane, bp. at Sigglesthorne 21 Jan. 1675-6. 
Mary, bp. at Sigglesthorne 20 Sept. 1682. 

VTII. SIR ROBERT CONSTABLE, KNT., bp. at Sigglesthorne 
13 Apr. 1672, bur. there 13 Jan. 1719-20. Will 4 Sept. 
1718, pr. at York 20 Feb. 1719-20 (Ixxiv, 472), leaving 
all his estate to his natural son William. 

Authorities — Wills — Registers — Poulson's Holderness. 



DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 95 

Stainkcliffe Wafkntakk. Skiptoii, 17 Aug. 1665. 




two 



JFcrranb 

of 
JFlasbu. 

es fleury vair, a crescent for 



Abms : — Argent, on a chief Gule 

difference. 
Crest :— A cubit arm erect vested vair, the hand grasping a battle axe 

proper. 

T. ROGER FERRAND, of Skipton. Had Lssue— 

II. ROBERT FERRAND, of Skipton. Had issue- 
William (III). 
Richard, of London, Citizen and Draper, d. 25 May 

1560, bur. at Beverley Minister, M.I. Will 17 May, 

pr. at London 8 June 1560 (Mellershe, 32) ; mar. 

Joan . . . They had seven sons and five daughters. 
Thomas, of London, draper. Will 15 July 1536, pr. 

at London 12 Jan. 1537-8 (Dyngeley, 13). 

III. WILLIAM FERRAND, of Skipton in Craven; mar. . . . 

dau. of . . . Tempest, of Yellison. They had issue — 

IV. CHRISTOPHER FERRAND, of Skipton; mar. Jane, dau. 

of John Dale, of Carlton. Thev had issue — 
William (V). 



WILLIAM FERRAND, of Skipton in Craven, in com. 
Ehor., built Carlton Hall 1584, had grant of arms 20 Mar. 
1586,' by request of Francis Clifford, fourth Earl of 
Cumberland, admon. 1 Oct. 1601 ; mar. Elizabeth, daughter 
of Tho. Blenkensop,of llelbeck, in com. Weatmerl., at Burnsall 
Nov. 1570. They had issue — 

1. Thomas (VI). 

2. William (a quo Ferrand, of Westhall). 



/.rt6. 



In Whitaker's Ci-avcii, 417, it is stated that the office of porter of 
Skipton Castle was hereditary in the family of Ferrand, and for the 
this grant was urged. 



96 DUGDALES VISITATION OK YORKSHIRE. 

VI. THOMAS FERRAND, of Carleton, in com. Ebor., died 

a" 1627. Will 26 July, pr. at York 3 Oct. 1627 (xl, 34), 

I , to be bur. at Carlton, mentions " my master the Earl of 

•' Cumberland;" mar. Mary, daughter of Edmund Dudley, 

of Yamvith, in com. Westmerland, 1st tvife, lie. 1594. They 

had issue — 

Edmund Ferrand, of Flashy ; mar. Mary, dau. of 
Thomas Wentworth, Esq., Bencher of Lincoln's 
Inn. They had issue — 

Thomas, killed at the battle of Preston in 

the service of King Charles I. 
Edmund, (?) bp. at Gargrave 13 May 1627, 
with his father sold the estate of Carlton 
1651 to Thomas Parkinson; mar. Anne, 
dau. of Francis Malham, Esq., of Elslack 
(Whitaker's Craven). 
Eleanor, mar. Thomas Heber, of Marton. 
Anne, named in her father's will, (?) mar. John Dent. 
Mar. Blanch, daughter of Edmund Torvneley, of Royle, in 
com. Lane, 2d wife. Will 13 Feb. 1627-8, pr. at York 
6 May 1628 (xl, 220). They had issue— 
/. William Ferrand, died an infant. 
2. Brian (VII). 

1. Elizabeth, y' wife of John Fonfeld, of Bolton in 

y^ Moores, in com. Lane. 

2. Mary, wife of George Martenitcroft, of Manchester, in 

CO. Lane. 
S. Blanch, wife unto Hugh Currer, of Kildwick, in com 



VII. BRIAN FERRAND, of Flashy, in Craven, in co. Ebor., 
wt. 42 ann. 17 Aug. a" 1665, bur. at Gargrave 10 Feb. 
1668-9. Will Feb. 1668-9, pr. at York; mar. Jane, 
daughter of Thomas Wayte, of Bernoldswick, in co. Ebor. 
(possibly remarried Henry Fisher, as Thomas Ferrand 
leaves X20 per annum to his mother, Mrs. Jane Fislier, 
and in Gargrave Register there are the entries: — "1675, 
June 22, Henry and Jane Fisher mar." "1683-4, March 12, 
Mrs. Jane Fisher bur."). They had issue — 
Thomas (VIII). 

Catherine, bp. at Gargrave 4 May 1648 ; mar at 
Skipton 28 Sept. 1688 Thomas Hodgson, executor 
of the will of liis wife's father. 

VIII. THOMAS FERRAND, of Flashy, oit. 11 ann. 11 Aug. 1665, 
bp. at Gargrave 29 Dec. 1653, bur. there 3 Mar. ' 1682-3. 
Will 25 Feb. 1682-3, pr. at York 5 Apr. 1683 ; inar. 
Barbara 1 . . . They had issue — 

' Did she marry secondly at Kylston, 20 May 1690, .Mr. William Stock- 



DUGUALUS VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



97 



Brian (IX). 

Barbara, bp. at Gargrave 6 Dec. 1675; had £500 t .^xl, 
in her father's will. 

IX. BRIAN FERRAND, of Flasbj', gent., bp. at Gargrave 
23 Apr. 1678, bur. there 23 Feb. 1718-9; nunc, will i 
13 Feb., pr. at York 7 Mar. 1718-9, his goods being valued 
£148 19s. Od. ; mar. Anne . . . , sole executrix of her 
husband's will. They had issue — 

(?) Elizabeth, bur. at Gargrave 9 Mar 1728-9. 

Authorities — Whitaker's Craven — Gargrave Registers — York Wills, 



Skyracke Wapentake. 



Leedes, 4 Apr. 




l^arnboto. 



Arms : — Quarterly of six : — 

1. Or, a pale Sable a conger's head couped and erect of the field 

(Gascoigne). 

2. Argent, on a bend Gules three leopards' faces of the field 

(Bolton). 

3. Vert, a saltire engrailed Or (Franke). 

4. Gules, a saltire engrailed Or, a mullet for difference (Clitherow, 

of Salisbury'. 

5. Gules, a lion rampant Or, maned Argent (Grace). 

6. Vert, a lion rampant, within a bordure engrailed Argent 

(Heytonl. 

I. WILLIAM GASCOIGNE, of Harewood ; mar. Elizabeth, 
dau. and h. of William Bolton, of . . . They had issue — 

II. WILLIAM GASCOIGNE, of Harewood ; mar. Maude, dau. 
and h. of John Gawthorp, of Gawthorp. They had issue — 

III. WILLIAM GASCOIGNE, of Gawthorpe, d. before 1383; 
mar. Agnes, dau. and coh. of Nicholas Frank, of Alwoodley. 
They had issue — 



^ He mentions children, but there is no notice i 
them, except the burial of " Elizabeth, dau. of Mr 
1728-9 ; " this being the last entry of the family. 



the Gargrave Register of 
Ferrand, of Flasby Hall, 



DUGDALK's visitation ok YORKSHIRE. 

1. Sir William, born circ. 1350, Chief Justice of England 
1400 (a quo Gascoigne of Gavvthorp). 
Nicholas (IV). 

Richard, of Hunslet, d. 1422; mar. Ann, dau. and 
coh. of Henry Ellis. They had issue — 

Thomas, Doctor and Vice-Chancellor of 

Oxford, d. s.p. 13 Mar. 1457. 
Alice, mar. Sir Thomas Nevile, of Liver- 
sedge. Will 1 Feb. 1478-9, pr. at York 
24 May 1480, to be bur. at Leeds (Test. 
Ebor., iii, 244). 
Elizabeth, mar. Sir John Everingham. 
Joan. 
Thomas. 

John, parson of Lytlie. 
Anne. 
Elizabeth. 



IV. NICHOLAS GASCOIGNE, of Lasingcroft, living 16 Ric. II 
(1392) ; mar. Mary, dau. and h. of Sir Hugh Clitheroe, 
Knt. (by Isabel, dau. of Sir John Gras), widow of John, 
son of Sir Richard Tempest, Knt., of Bracewell. They 
had issue — ^^'fC-^ 

John (V). 

r^ '° ^^' [of whom nothing is known. 
Elizabeth, mar. Anthony St. Quintin, of Harpham. 
Margaret, mar. Thomas Arderne, of Marton. Her 
will 15 June, pr. 8 July 1458 (Test. Ebor., ii, 
195). 

V."i JOHN GASCOIGNE, of Lasingcroft, bur. at Barwick. 
Admon. 28 July 1445 ; mar. Isabel, dau. and h. of 
William Heton, of Mirfield (remar. Ralph, Lord Greystock). 
They had issue — 

1. William (VI). 

2. Nicholas. 

3. John. 

4. George. 

5. Thomas. 

6. Richard. 

7. Robert, of Manston. Admon. 21 May 1474. 

8. Alveray. 

9. ' 



Jane, (?) mar. John More. 

Margaret. 

Mary. 

Agnes. 

Elizabeth. 

Alisine. 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 9* 

VI. WILLIAM GASCOIGNE, ESQ., of Lasingcioft. Will 7 Nov. 
1475, pr. at York 28 Sept. 1476 (vol. v. i.) ; mar. Joanetta,. 
dau. of William Beckwith, of Clint. They had issue — 

1. John, d. unmar. 1471, aet. twenty-six. 

2. Thomas Gascoigne, Esq., of Lasingcioft, d. 29 Sept. 

1509; mar. Margaret, dau. of Sir Henry Vavasour, 
Knt., of Hazlewood (remar. Walter Curcy in the- 
Chapel at Lasingcroft, lie. 7 July 1510). 

3. William (VII). 
Mary. 

> sriM — Margaret. 
Joan. 



.i^6 



Isabella. 



WILLIAM GASCOIGNE, ESQ., of Lasingcroft, succeeded 
his brother Thomas, d. circ. 25 July 12 Hen. VIII 
(1520-1); mar. Margaret, dau. of Richard Kighley, of 
Newhall, near Otley. They had issue — 

John (VIII). 

William. 

Alice, mar. Anthony Hippon, of Featherstone. 

JOHN GASCOIGNE, of Lazincroft, in co. Ehm:, d. 20 Nov. 
1557, Inq. P.M. 28 Jan. 4 and 5 Philip and Mary (1557-8) ; 
mar. Anne, daughter of John Vavasour, S'^ son to S'' Henry 
Vavasour, of Haselwood, in co. Ebor., Kn'. They had 
issue — 

1. Thomas Gascoiyne, of Lasingcroft, died without isstie 
19 Jan. 1565-6, bur. at Barwick, was thirty-five 
years old at his father's Inq. Will 7 June 1565, 
pr. at York 6 May 1566 (xvii, 536), to be bur. in 
Barwick Church ; mar. Jane, dau. and coh. of 
of William Eleson, of Gunby. 
S. Richard Gascoigne, of Lasinqcroft, died iv"'out issue. 
Will 1 Aug. 1590, pr. at York 28 Apr. 1593 (xxv, 
1245); mar. first Elizabeth, dau. of Robert West, 
of Millington ; mar. secondly Elizabeth, dau. and 
coh. of Thomas Sothill, Esq., of Sothill (widow of 
Sir Henry Savile, Knt., of Thornhill). 
S. John (IX). 

4. William, a monk at Brussels. 

5. Robert, mar. Elizabeth, dau. of Anthony Cavalier 

(widow of Sir William Vavasour, of Hazlewood, 
Knt.). 

6. George, of Kirkby, co. Northampton, and Oldhurst, 

CO. Huntingdon, b. circ. 1531, d. 18 Sept. 1620; 

mar. Marj-, dau. and h. of John Stokesley. They 
had thirteen children — 

1. Sir Nicholas, of Oldhurst, d. 1617. Had 



100 DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

3. John, mar. and had issue. Ancestor of 

Baniber Gascoigne, whose dau. mar. the 
second Marquis of Salisbury, and of Capt. 
Clifton Gascoigne, now living. 

4. Richard, " the Antiquary," of Bramham 

Biggin and London, b. circ. 1579. Will 
23 Aug. 1661, pr. 24 Mar. 1663 at 
London (Bruce 30 ; see Diet. Nat. Biog.). 
Nine other children (see Glover's Visitation, 
i, 239). 
L Frances, mar. Geoffrey Barnby. 

2. Elizabeth, mar. Michael or William Thompson, of 

Brotheiton. 

3. Jane, mar. Henry Ambler, of Leeds, probabh' bur. 

at Leeds 7 Nov. 1593. 

4. Grace, mar. Thomas Wentworth, of Scroby, co. Notts. 

5. Katherine, mar. Richard Beaumont, of Lascelles Hall. 

6. Alice, mar. John Newcomen, of Saltfleetby, co. Line, 

bur. there 28 Mar. 1559. 

7. Agnes, mar. first William Mallett, of Normanton, 

secondly Henry Ellis, of Kiddall. 

IX. JOHN GASCOIGNE, ESQ., of Parlinc/fon, liviny in a" 1384, 
bur. at Barwick 30 June 1602. Will 3 May' 1602, pr. at 
York 3 Feb. 1602-3 (xxviii, 864 a) ; mar. at Adwick 
5 Nov. 1554, Maude, daughter of William Ardini/ton 
(Arthington), of Adwyke in the Street, in com. Ehor., d. 
5 June 1611, bur. at Barwick. They had issue — 

1. S'- John (X). 

2. Thomas Gascoigne, of whom there is iiow iioe issue 

remayning, of Maidwell, co. Northampton ; mar. 
Alice, dau. of Sir William Gascoigne, of Gawthorp, 
widow of Edmond Hazlevvood, of Maydeswell. 
S. Avery, of ivhoni noe issue remayneth, of Garforth. 
Will 1 Nov. 1602, pr. at York 6 Oct. 1603 (xxix, 
14 3); mar. Audrey, dau. of William Wittell, of 
Croydon. They had issue — 
John. 
William. 
Alverey. 
Thomas. 

Frances, mar. George Fiilesthrop. 
Mary, mar. John Lacy, of Cromwellbothom, 

near Halifax. 
Elizabeth, mar. William Pope. 
J/.. Leonard, of ivhom, noe issue rem,ayneth, executor of 
father, bp. at Aberford 6 Jan. 1563-4, d. unmar. 
1 June 1609, bur. at St. Bride's, London. 
Mary, wife of William Croffe (Crofts), of Cloughton. 
Richard, bp. at Aberford 25 Feb. 1565, bur. there 

31 July 1563. 
Lucy, bp. at Aberford 17 Dec. 1564, bur. 3 Aug. 1565. 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 101 

S'- JOHN GASCOIGNE, of Lasincrojt and Barnhoiu, in 
com. Ebor., made Bar', by Kiny Charles the first, of Nova 
Scotia, circa annum 1638, 8 June 1635, aged thirty 1584, 
bur. at Barwick 4 May 1637. Will 29 Aug. 1635, pr. at 
York 10 Sept. 1637 (unregistered); mar. 12 Jan. 15912 
Annei datiyhter of John Inglehy, of Lawkland, in com. 
Ebor., a younyer son of Inyleby, of Ripley, bur. at Barwick 
3 June 1637. They had issue — 

1. S'- Thomas (XI). 

2. John Gascoiyne, Abbot of Lamsprlm/, in Lower Saxony, 

7iotv liviny a" 1666', d. circ. 1681. 
."?. Michaell, dyed unmarried, a monk. 
jf. Francis Gascoiyne, a secular priest. 

1. HeXen, ivife of Gilbert Stapleton, of Carlton, in com. 

Ebor., Esq., bur. there 18 Sept. 1666. 

2. Mary, wife of Willm. Houyhton, of Parkehall, in 

com. Lane. 

3. Catherine, now Abbess of Cambray, a" 1666, d. 21 May 

1676. 

4. Anne, wife unto Georye Thwenye, of Kilton Castle, in 

Cleveland, in com. Ebor. 

5. Maryaret, died unmarried, a nun at Cambrai. 

6. Christian, died unmarried, b. 1602, d. 1628. 

SIR THOMAS GASCOIGNE, of Bamhnu, second Bar'., 
cet. 70 annorum Jf April 1666, sequestered as a recusant 
1650, tried for conspiracy 11 Feb. 1679-80, but acquitted, 
retired to Lainbspring, became a member there, d. 3 May 
1686, set. ninety-three, bur. near his brother the Abbot 
(see Diet. Nat. Biog.). Admon. 4 Jan. 1686-7 ; mar. Anne, 
daughter of John Simonds, of BriyhtnvJI, in com. Oxen, 
sister to S'' George Simonds, of Watlington Parke, in com.. 
Oxon, bur. at Barwick 19 June 1661. They had issue — 

1. John Gascoiyne, died unmarried, bur. at Barwick 

13 Mar. 1659-60. 

2. Francis Gascoiyne, died unmarried. 

S. Sir Thomas Gascoiyne, third Bart, of Barnbow, so7i 
and heire, cet. ^.3 ann. 4 Apr. 1666, d. s.p. 1698. 
Will 26 Feb. 1697-8, pr. P.C.C, 4 Feb. 1698-9 ; 
mar. 1642 Eliz., dauyhter of Will'm Sheldon, 
of Beoley, in com. Wiyorn, Esy. 

4. Gem-ye (XII). 

5. John Gascoiyne, d. unniar. 

1. Anne, wife of Stephen Tempest, of Broughton in 

Craven, in com. Ebor., Knt. ; mar. at Barwick 
8 Mar. 1653-4, bur. there 11 Sept. 1684. Will 
4 Sept. 1684, pr. at London. 

2. Catherine, Priuresse of the English Nunnery at Paris, 

of the Benedictine Order, now living a" 1666. 

3. Helen, wife of Tho. Appleby, of Linton vpon-Ouse, in 

CO. Eboi:, Esq. 



102 DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 



Jf. Mary, died 

6. Frances, now a Nunne at Cambray. 

6. Elizabeth, bur. at Barwick 4 Feb. 1633-4. 

XII. GEORGE GASCOIGNE, of Shippen, d. v.p., bur. at Barwick 
15 Oct. 1669, admon. 2.5 Apr. 1671; mar. 13 Apr. 1657 
Mary, daughter and coheir of Ellis Woodroofe, of Hope, in 
com. Derb., widd. of Rowland Whitehall. They had issue — 
1. Sir Thomas Gascoigne, fourth Bart., mt. 7 annor. 
4 Apr. a" 1666, bur. at Barwick 3 July 1718. 
Admon. at York 3 Nov. 1718; mar. Mar. 1688-9 
Magdalen, dau. of Patricius Curwen, Esq., of 
Workington, co. Cumb. They had issue — 
Thomas, d. inf. 
3. John (XIII). 

. . . mar. Gervase Hamond. 

XIII. SIR JOHN GASCOIGNE, fifth Bart., of Parlington, etc., 
(Bt. 4 ann. et amplius 4 April 1666, d. at Bath 11, 
bur. at Barwick 16 June 1723. Will 13 Mar. 1720-1, 
pr. at York 15 Aug. 1723 (Ixxvii, 646); mar. at 
Saxton 23 Dec. 1689 Mary, dau. of Roger Widdrington, 
Esq., bur. at Barwick 5 Mar. 1721-2. They had issue — 

1. Thomas, bur. at Barwick 10 July 1699. 

2. John, bur. at Barwick 27 Dec. 1701. 

3. Sir Edward (XIV). 

4. John, had £1,500 in liis father's will, b. 4 Oct. 

1706, d. s.p. June 1729; mar. Anna Leigh. 

1. Elizabeth, bur. at Barwick 30 Oct. 1691. 

2. Elizabeth; mar. 30 June 1720 John Plumpton, Esq., 

of Plumpton. 

3. Anne, named in her father's will, b. 24 Mar. 

1694-5, d. s.p. ; mar. Dionysius Calahan. 

4. Mary, a nun at Cambrai. 

5. Catherine, b. 27 Apr. 1699, a nun at Cambrai. 
^ b. 30 Aug. 1702, abbess of Cambrai. 



XIV. SIR EDWARD GASCOIGNE, sixth Bart., of Parlington, 
etc., d. at Cambrai 24 May 1750, bur. there. Will 
16 Sept. 1742, pr. at York 24 Mar. 1750-1 (xciv, 191); 
mar. at Saxton 12 Nov. 1726 Mary, dau. and h. 
of Sir Francis Hungate, Bart., of Saxton (remar. 15 Nov. 
1753 Jarrard Strickland, Esq.), b. 10 Aug. 1711, d. at 
York 14, bur. at Barwick 18 Jan. 1764. They had 
issue — 

1. John Francis, b. at Parlington 27 July 1741, d. at 
Cambrai 12 May 1748, bur. there. 

2. Sir Edward Gascoigne, seventh Bart., of Parlington, 

etc., b. at Parlington 11 Feb. 1742-3, d. unmar. 
at Paris 16 Jan. 1762. Will 31 Mar. 1758, pr. 
at York 24 July 1762 (cvi, 375). 



DUGDALES VISITATION OK YORKSHIRE. 



103 



3. Sir Thomas (XV). 

1. Mary, b. at Parlington 2 Feb. 1733-4; mar. William 

Salvin, Esq., of Croxdale, co. Durham, d. s.p. 
5 May 1756. 

2. Elizabeth Bridget, b. at Parlington 8 Oct. 1735, d. 

at Cambrai about 1749. 

3. Catherine Mary, b. at Parlington 14 Sept. 1737, d. 

at Cambrai 14 Mar. 1745. 

XV. SIR THOMAS GASCOIGNE, 8th Bart., of Parlington, 
etc., b. at Cambrai 7 Mar. 1744-5, succeeded his brother, 
renounced the Roman Catholic religion, M.P. for Thirsk 
1780-4, for Malton 1784, for Arundel 1795, d. s.p. 11, 
bur. 17 Feb. 1810 at Barwick, when the male line of the 
elder branch of this family expired ' ; mar. 4 Nov. 1784, 
at Aston-upon-Trent, Mary, widow of Sir Charles Turner, 
of Kirkleatham, dau of James Shuttleworth, of Gawthorp, 
died 1, bur. 8 Feb. 1786 at Barwick, »t. 34. They had 
issue — 

Thomas, only child, b. 7 Jan. 1786, d. v.p. unmar., 
from a fall whilst hunting, 20, and bur. 28 Oct. 
1809 at Barwick. 

Authorities-— Rev. F. S. Coleman's History of Barwick — G. D. 
Lumb's Barwick Will.s and Registers— Yoik Wills. 



Yorke, 13° Sept. 




Agsrongb 

of 

J orb. 



— 1 and 4. Sable, a fess Or between three asses passant 
Argent, a crescent for difference. 
2 and 3. ... a fret, 
head Argent, charged with a crescent Gules. 



' By his will, 31 Oct. 1809, pr. 29 Mar. 1810, he left his estates to Richard 
Oliver, husband of Mary, the eldest daughter of his wife by her first husband, 
Sir Charles Turner, who succeeded and assumed the name of Gaaeoigne. 



104 uugualk'.s visitation ok Yorkshire. 

I. RICHARD ASCOUGU, buried at Bedall in com. Ebor., 

bought Pott Grange ; inar dauyhler of S'' John 

Bassinghurne, of Horton. They had issue — 

Robert (II). 

John, of Cowling, in com. Ebor., Esq''., died S U. 6. 

William (?), bur. at Bedale U23, M.I. 

II. ROBERT ASCOUGH, of Pot-grange in com. Ebor. ; mar. 
.... Had issue — 
Richard (III). 

III. RICHARD ASCOUGH, of Pot-grange ; mar. Mary, daughter 
of Thomas Lascelles, of Brakenburgh, Esq''. They had 
issue — 

1. Robert (lY). 
£. Thomas. 
3. John. 

IV. ROBERT ASCOUGH, mar. Isabell, daughter of Tho. Strang- 
wayes, Esq'', They had issue — 

V. WILLIAM ASCOUGH^ (ASKWITH), of Pot-grange, Esq'-. 
He had issue — 

1. Raphe (VI). 

2. Guy. 

3. John. 
If. Henry. 

5. I'homas. 

6. Miles. 

7. Laurence. 

1. Jane, wife of ... . Steele. 
S. Eliz., wife of ... . Walker. 

VI. RAPHE ASCOUGH (ASKWITH), of Pot-grange, Esq".; 

mar daughter of .... Mackenzie, of Sykesivorth in 

com. Eboriim. Thev had issue — 

1. John (VII). ' 

2. John. 

3. Thomas. 

VII. JOHN ASCOUGH (ASKWITH), of Potgrange, in the 
parish of Masham ; mar. Alice, daughter of . . . Cawper. 
They had issue — 
1. Robert (VIII). 

' Mr. A. S. Ellis, who has paid a good deal of attention to this family, 
writes, " Though this pedigree was admitted by Sir W. Dugdale, it is not 
trustworthy beyond this generation. The family name was really Askwith, 
but as early as the time of Queen Elizabeth some of them were persuaded 
to change it for Ayscough and to assume the arms. In all documents their 
name is Askwith." 



uugdale's visitation of yorkshirk. 105 

2. Thomaa Ayacuiuih (Askwith), sometime Shireeve of 
Yorke, 1592-3, a master tailor and draper there, 
b. at Pot Grange 1538, d. 29 Aug. 1609, set. 
seventj'-one, bur. at All Saints', North Street, 
York, M.I. Will 23 Aug., pr. at York 6 Sep. 
1609 (vol. xxxi, 127); mar. Ursula, da. of 
Rob'. Sandwich (Sandwith), of Yorke, first wife. 
They had issue — 

Thomas, d. v.p. 

Christopher, mar. Julian Briggs, lie. 1607 

(remar. Philip A.skwith). 
Alice, named iu her father's will. 
Mar. seoondl}- Anne, dau. of Robert Ellerker, of 
Tholthorpe, bur. at All Saints', North Street, York, 
22 Feb. 1607-8. They had issue- 
Thomas, executor of his fatlier's will ; mar. 
Isabel, dau. of Alderman John Harrison, 
at Trinity, Micklegate, 8 Jan. 1610-1. 
They had issue — 
John, 1 

Stephen, r'^'^ '''' ^''''■''''^- 
Frances, J 
S. Chyistopher Ai/scough (Askwith), Citizen of London. 
Margaret, wife of William Barton, of Yorke ; mar. 

at St. Crux 1572. 
Maudlin (Magdalen), wife of John Ascough, of 
Kilburne ; afterwards of 2'ho. Browne ; afterwards 
of Percival Metcalfe ; named in her brotlier 
Robert's will. 

VIII. ROBERT A YSCOUGH (ASKWITH), twice L-t Mayor of the 
Citty of Yorke 1580 and 1593, a draper in York, b. at Pot 
Grange 1531, M.P. for York 1588, d. 17 Aug. 1597, bur. 
at St. Crux, York. Will H Feb. 1596-7, pr. at York 
23 Aug. 1597 (vol. xxvii, 25), Inq. P.M. 30 Aug. 1598; 
m.ar. Eliz., daugh. <k sole heire of Tho. Cartmele, of Yorke, 
at St. Denis, York, 10 Aug. 1561, bur. near her husband 
28 Sept. 1608. Will 27 Aug., pr. 22 Oct. 1608 (vol. xxx, 
746). They had is.sue— 

1. S'' Robert Ayscough (Askwith), K'., bp. at St. Crux 

2S Dec. 1567, twice L'^ Mayor of Yorke, 1606 and 

1617, M.P. for York 1603-23, Knighted by James I 

13 Aug. 1617, d. s.p. 1623 ; mar. Mary, dau. of . . . 

S. Thomas, obijt sine prole. 

S. George (IX). 

4. Philip Ayscough (Askwith), of Yorke ; mar. first . . . 
Had issue — 
Joshua. 
Joseph. 
Mar. secondly Julian Briggs, widow of his cousin 
Christopher Askwith. 



106 DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

1. Eliz., wife of Richard Hodgson, of Cherry Burton, in 

York, CO. Ebor., named iu her father's will. 

2. Catherine, ivife of Robert, Meares (Miers), of Yorke, 

named in her father's will. 



IX. GEORGE ASCOUGH (ASKWITH), of Yorke, died a' 1626; 
mar. Sarah, daughter or Leonard Belt, of the Citly of Yorke, 
at St. Crux, 5 June 1599 (?reraar. Rev. Roger Belwood, 
minister of St. Crux). They had issue — 

1. Robert (X). 

2. William Ascough, died unmarried. 

1. Mary, wife of Josias Bellwood, Gierke, of Leathley, 

lie. at' Trinity Goodramgate, York, 1637. They 
had issue — 

Roger Bellwood, Serjeant at Law. 

2. Elizabeth, bp at St. Crux 1611, wife of Christopher 

Geldart, a merchant in Yorke, after of Abraham 

Bynns, m,erchant in Yorke. 
S. Frances, bp. at St. Crux 1616, wife of John Morret, 

Citizen of Londov. 
Jf.. Anne, bp. at St. Crux 1618, ivife of Anth. Plaice, 

of Yorke. 

X. ROBERT AYSGOUGH (ASKWITH), of the Citty of Yorke, 
ait. 59 an. 13 Sept. a" 1665. Admon. at Gray's Inn 
1 Nov. 1627 ; mar. Elizabeth, da. and heire of Thomas 
Peake, of Toynton, in co. Line. They had issue — 

1. William (XI). 

2. Robert Ayscough (Askwith). Admon. at Gray's Inn 

2 Feb. 1660-1. 

1. Elizabeth. 

2. Martha. 

3. Mary. 

XI. WILL'M A YSCOVGH (ASKWITH), D'- of Phisick, at. 29 
an. 13 Sept. a" 1665, admitted to St. John's College, 
Cambridge, 7 June 16.55 as William Askwith, bur. at St. 
Cuthbert's, York, 5 Apr. 1688. 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 107 

Stkaffoed and Tickhill Wapentake. Doncaster, 9» Apr. 1666. 



ISnsbib 

of 
^armstoortlj. 



fess Gules, in chief three mullets 




I. THOMAS BOSVILE, of Conisborough. Will 1 Dec. 1473, 
pr. at York 3 May 1474 (vol. iv, 12), to be bur. at Conis- 
borough ; mar. Johanna, whose name is said to have been 
Wortley. They had issue — 

1. Richard Bos vile, of Conisborough. Will 30 Apr., 

pr. 5 Oct. 1484 (vol. v, 239), to be bur. there ; 

mar. Alice, dau. of ... . Vavasour, of Denaby. 

Will 7 Apr., pr. at York 12 Sept. 1502, to be 

bur. at Conisborough. They had i.ssue — 

Richard, of Conisborough, father of Thomas 
Bosvile, of Conisborough, who by Eliza- 
beth Fitzwilliam had a dau. Jane, who 
marrying John Waterhouse, of Halifax, 
carried the estates into that family. 

2. Thomas (TI). 

II. THOMAS BOSVILE, of Doncaster. Will 20 May, pr. 

8 Aug. 1480, to be bur. there (vol. v, 183); mar. Isabella, 

(1)dau. and h. of William St. Paul. They had issue- 
Ill. THOMAS BOSVILE. He had issue— 

IV. THOMAS BOSVILE, of Doncaster and Stainton ; mar. 
Ann, dau. of . . . Freshville, of Oldcotes. They had 
issue — 

John (V). 

Thomas, of Edlington. Will 20 Sept. 1551, pr. at 
York 6 May 1552 (xiii, 846); mar. Johanna . . . 
They had issue — 
Thomas. 
Margaret. 



108 DUG dale's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

Richard. 

Jasper (a quo Bosvile, of Braithwell). 
Hush, of Stainton. Will 7 June 1581, pr. at York 
17 Aug. 15S2 (vol. xvii, 337), bur. at Stainton 

5 Jan. 1581-2 ; mar. first Elizabeth . . . (?) bur. at 
Stainton 25 Mar. 1570. They had issue- 
Joan, mar. at Stainton 20 Jan. 1575-6 George 

French, of Tickhill. 
C?) Mar. secondly Margaret Anderton, at Stainton, 

6 Feb. 1570-1, and had issue. 

Helen, mar. Thomas Bosvile, of Rotherliam. 

Jane. 

Alice. 

Isabel. 

V. JOHN B0S7ILE, of Warm.sworth ; mar. Alice West, of 
Wath. Thej' had issue — 
Thomas (VI). 
Ann, mar. Lawrence Harrison, of London. 

VI. THOMAS BOSVILE, of Warmsworth, bur. at Conisborough 
9 Sept. 1596. Will 23 Aug. 1596, pr. at York 7 Dec. 
1598 (xxvii, 441) ; mar. first Jane, dau. of Nicholas 
Cressy, of Holme. 

Mar. secondly Alice, dau. of Thomas Vicars, of Scawsby, 
bur. 29 Aug. 1592 at Conisborough. They had issue — 
John, bur. at Conisborough 10 Dec. 1571. 
Philip, bp. at Conisborough 14 Nov. 1574, bur. there 

15' Sept. 1577. 
Gervase (VII). 

Gertrude, mar. Philip Adams, Esq., of Owston, lie. 
1600, bur. at Owston 25 June 1612. 

VII. GERVASE BO SEVILLE, of Warmsworth, in com. Ebor., 
died in a" 1621, ret. eight 1585, living at 1612 Visitation, bp. 
at Conisborough 2 Oct. 1577, bur. there 12 Sept. 1621. Will 
20 Dec. 1620, pr. at York 19 Dec. 1621 (vol. xxxvi, 593); 
mar. Susan, daughter and coheir of Tho. Wormeley, of 
Hatfield, in com. Ebor., bp. at Thorne 9 Oct. 1586; mar. 
there 13 July 1601 (remar. Thomas Vincent, Esq., of Barn- 
borough, lie. 1622), bur. at Conisborough 10 Dec. 1652. 
They had issue — 
1. Thomas (VIII). 
f. Edward, died unmarried, bp. at Conisborough Oct. 

1609. 
S. Godfrey, died unmarried, bp. at Conisborough 4 Feb. 

i615-6, bur. there 14 May 1644. 
4. Gervase (see below). 

Nicolas, bur. at Conisborough 25 Oct. 1603. 
1. Jane, wife of Thomas Atkinson, of Barton upon 
Humber, in com. Line, bp. at Conisborough 
25 Feb. 1603-4. 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 10^ 

a. Gartrude, dyed yomig, bp. at Conisborough, 24 Aug. 

1612. 
S. Susa7i, wife of Alexander Rokeby, of Skyres, in comi- 

tatu Eborum, bp. at Conisborougli, 24 June, 1605. 
^. Elisabeth, y' ivife of Christoph'' Copley, of Wadivorth^ 

in comitatu Eborum, d. 16 Aug. 1644, bur. at 

Wadwortli. 

5. Mary, wife of Robert Sanderson, of Blythe, in comi- 

tatn Ebornm, bp. at Conisborough, 8 Nov. 1610. 

6. Margaret, died unmarried. 

VIII. THOMAS BOSVILE, of Warmsivorth, in co. Ebor., died in 
a" 1659, purchased the manor (Hunter), bp. at Conis- 
borough Oct. 1607, bur. there 17 Feb. 1658-9 ; mar. 
Barbara, da. and coh. of S'' Franc. Babinyton, of Rampton, 
in com. Nott., Kn'., first wife. They had issue — 

1. Stisan, wife of 'Thomas Ashurst, of Ashursf, in com. 

Lane, Esq''. 

2. Mary, wife of Fnljambe Blythem,an, of Newlathes, in 

com. Ebor., aftertvards of George Nevill, of Thorney, 
in com. Nott, Esq''. 
S. Elizabeth, wife of S'' Edward Stanley, of Bicker staff, 
in com. Lane., Esq''. 
Mar. Isahell, daughter of John Bullock, of Norton, in co. 
Derb., Esq''., second wife. They had issue — 

Thomas, bur. at Conisborougli 17 June 1653. 
Gervase, bur. at Conisborough 29 June 1658. 

Warmsworth descended to these three coheiresses, who sold it 
14 Apr. 1668 to John Battie, Esq. (Hunter's South Yorkshire). 



YOUNGER BRANCH. 

GERVASE BOSVILE [fourth son of Gervase Bosvile, 
Esq. (VII), of Warmsworth, and Susan Wormeley], of 
Warmsworth in com. Ebor., at. jp ann. 9 Apr. a" D'ni 
1666, of Bariiby Don, bp. at Conisborough 2 May 1619, 
(1. 27 Oct. 1670, bur. at Barnby Don; mar. at Wath 
1 Sept. 1646, Mary, daughter of Francis Stringer, of 
Whiston, in co. Ebor., 1 wife, d. 10 Apr. 1651, bur. at 
Barnby Don (Hunter). They had issue — 
J. Thomas, a-tatis 15 annor. 9 April 1666. 

1. Susan, died young. 

2. Sarah, died young. 
S. Mary, died young. 

Mar. Jane, daughter of Marmaduke Wilson, of Kirk- 
Dighton, in co. Eborum,, Esq'', second wife, d. 13 Jan. 
1671, bur. at Barnby Don (Hunter). They had issue — 

2. Gervase (II). 

3. Marmaduke, bp. at Arksey 5 Oct. 1656, d. s.p. 



no 



DUODALKS VISITATION OK VORKSHIIll' 



4- Godfrey, of York, d. s.p. 

4- Jane, bp. at Aiksey -0 Nn' 

Gervase Gill, of Edliiigloii. 
6. Elizabeth, dyed youmj. 
6. Anne, mar. John Nash, of P.ot' 



:im (Hunter). 



GERVASE BOSVILLE, of Micklebring, in parish of Braith- 
well, (etatls 10 annor. y Apr. 1606, bp. at Arksey 23 Dec. 
1654, d. 1688, bur. at Braitliwell ; mar. Ann, ilau. of . . . 
Hunt, d. 1717, bur. at Rotiierliain. Tliey had issue— 

Gervase, d. 1 Oct. 1697, bur. at Kotherliam, M.I. 

John, of Barnslev. 

Thomas. 

Godfrey, of Rotherham, attorney, d. 25 Jan. 1748, 
bur. at Rotherham. 

Abraham, of London. 

Vincent. 

George. 

Jane. 



>i) TiCKHiLi, Wapentake. 



Doncaster, 9" Apr. 1066. 




IBosschilc 



of IranluHl 



(iraitljlnell). 



riullets Sable, 



ith a bendlet Gules 



-Quarterly of six : — 

1. Argent, five fusils iu fess Gules, in 

a mullet for difference. 

2. Or, a saltire vair (Darfield). 

3. Arpent, a lion rampant Azure debru 

(Vescye). 

4. Argent, a lion rampant Gules, dncally crowned Or, charged on 

the breast with a mullet Azure (St. Paull). 

5. Argent, a saltire between four butterflies volant Sable (Travers). 

6. ... a chevron between three round buckles . . . (Barber). 



UUCiDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. Ill 

JASPER BOSVILE, of Stainton, one of the younger sons 
of Thomas Bosvile, of Doncaster and Stainton, bur. at 
Stainton 7 Jan. 1557. Will 6 Jan. 1557, pr. at York; 
mar. Elizabeth, dan. of . . . Chaloner. They had issue — 

Thomas (II). 

Nicholas, d. in London 1610 (Hunter). 

William. 

Anne. 

Margaret, mar. Roger Fretwell, of Hellaby, and 
Richard Cosin, of Laughton. 

Jane. 

Alice. 

Elizabeth. 



THOMAS BOSVILE, of Braithwell, geut., bur. at Braith- 
well 16 Apr. 1631. Will U May 1629, pr. at York 

12 Jan. 1631-2 (vol. xli, 585) ; mar. first, Ann, dau. of . . . 
Hunt, of Biamley Grange, 1 Aug. 1570, bur. at Braithwell 

13 Apr. 1597. They had i.ssue — 

Samuel, bp. 20 Aug. 1579 (Hunter). 

Thomas (III). 

Dorothy. 

IMary. 

Anne, named in her fathers will. 

Edith. 

Margaret, named in her father's will, ? mar 

Diamond. 
Mar. secondly, 3 Oct. 1609, Dorothy, dau. of . . . Jennings, 
of Arksey, widow. Will 27 Oct. 1631, pr. at York 12 Jan. 
1631-2 (vol. xli, 582). 



THOMAS BOSSEVILE, of BrayweU, in co. Ebor., gent., 
bp. 10 Dec. 1587, bur. at Braithwell 6 Feb. 1665; mar. 
Alice, dauyhter of Rcvphe, Fretwell, of Hellaby, in co. 
Ebor., 29 Jan. 1610-1, bur. 23 July 1644. They had 



issue- 



Thomax (IV). 

Nicholas Bossevile, of Doncaster, in co. Ebor., inn- 
holder, bur. at Doncaster 4 Jan. 1691-2; mar. 
first Gertrude, dau. of John Paget, of Doncaster, 
23 May 1648, bur. at Doncaster 6 Aug. 1660. 
Tliey had issue — 

John, of Doncaster, innholder, bur. at 
Doncaster 9 Apr. 1702; mar. Ann 
Lock wood. 
Nicholas, M.A., Fellow of Clare Hall, d. 
20 Sept. 1687, bur. in Doncaster Church. 
Dorothy. 
Married seconrllv P.arbara . . . 



112 DUGDALE's VISlTAl'lUN OK YOKKSHIRK. 

S. Jasper, of Wardsend, d. 15 Feb. 1648, bur. iii Eccle.s- 
field Church ; mar. Mary, dau. of John Kawson, of 
Walkley. They had issue- 
Mary, mar. Tliomas Parkin of Slieffield. 
4- John, of Wardsend, a tanner, d. unni., bur. at 
Ecclesfield 16 Mar. 169.3. M.I. 
Dorothy, wile of John Blithe, of NortiDi, in com. 

Berb. 
Helen. 

IV. THOMAS HOSSEVILK, .!/'• of Arts ,(- Vicar of Braywdl, 
in coin. Ebor., eel. 50 annor. U Apr. a" D. ItiGti, instituted 
23 July 1638, b. 5 Apr. 1612, bur. 27 Feb. 1674; mar. first, 
Mary, daiiyhter ot John Richardsoii, of JSlackwell, hi com. 
Derb., bur. May 1647. Tliev had issue — 
Thomas (V). 

1. Alice, mar. James Ludlam, of Chesterfield. 

2. Mary, mar. Thomas Waterhuuse, gent., of Braithwell. 
Mar. secondly Alice, dau. of Robert Tinley, D.D., 
Archdeacon of Colchester, relict of tlie Kev. Alexander 
Hatfield, at Braithwell 16 June 1657, bur. 15 Nov. 
1667. 



THOMAS BOSVILE, M.A., Rector of Sandal Pa'rva, Vicar 
of Braithwell, instituted 24 Sept. 1664, bp. 1644, d. 24 May 
1711, bur. at Braithwell. Will 22 May 1711; mar. 
Elizabeth, dau. and heiress of Rev. Alexander Hatfield, 
by Alice Tinley, 13 July 1669, bur. 15 Aug. 1719. They 
had issue — 

1. Thomas Bosvile, B.D., Fellow of St. John's, 

Cambridge, Rector of Ufford, co. Northampton, 
bp. 22 Apr. 1670, d. 28 Oct. 1718; mar. 
Elizabeth, dau. of John Bolle, Esq Tiiey had 
issue — 

1. Margaret, mar. James liirch, Esq. 

2. Elizabeth, mar. first Alexander Einmerson, 

Esq., secondly Stephen Ashton. 

3. Bridget, mar. her cousin Thomas Bosvile, 

Esq. (See below.) 

2. Alexander, of London, Printer and Bookseller "at the 

Dial and Bible," Fleet Street, b. at Sandal, bp. 
26 Mar. 1672, bur. at St. Margaret's, Westminster, 
30 Sept. 1717. Will 9 Nov. 1708, pr. 24 Oct. 
1717 (Chester); mar. Ann Grove, widow, and 
dau. of Richard Griffin, at Westminster Abbey, 
25 May 1697, bur. at St. Margaret's 7 Feb. 
1717-8 (Chester). They had issue- 
Elizabeth. 

3. Jasper, bp. 1674, d. s.p. at Tetuan. 

4. John (VI). 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE 113 

5. Hugh, of York, gent., d. 18 Mar. 1739. Will 1740, 

pr. at York 9 Nov 1741 ; mar. fii'st 8usaii, dau. 

and h. of Sir John AValker, Bart. 

Mar. secondly Bridget, dau. of John Wheatley, of 

Royston, widow of William Bosvile, Esq., of 

Gunthwaite. They had issue — 

Mary, mar. Thomas Place, Esij., of Green 
Hammerton. 
Antony. 
Margaret, mar. James Greenhaugh, Rector of Hooton 

Roberts. 
Elizabeth, mar. John Penn, Vicar of Edwinstow, 

Rector of Emley. 
Anthonina, mar. Rev. John Holmes, Rector of 

Sandal. 
Alice, mar. Rev. Edw. Jackson, U.D., Vicar of 

Coleshill. 



VI. JOHN BOSVILE, merchant of London, bp. 13 Aug. 1678; 
mar. Mary, dau. of Henry Robins, of London, lie. 24 Oct. 
1704. They had Issue — 
Thomas (VII). 
Mary. 

VII. THOMAS BOSVILE, of Braithwell and of Ulverscroft Abbey, 
CO. Leicester, d. 30 July 1771; M.I. at Ravenfield ; mar. 
his cou.sin Bridget, dau. and coh. of Thomas Bosvile, she 
d. 31 Oct. 1793, bur. at Stainton. M.I. They had 
issue — 

William Parkin Bosvile, Esq., of Ravenfield, d. s.p. 
4 Aug. 1811, set. sixty -se ven ; mar. Frances, dau. 
of Thomas Hedges, Esq., of Tudeley, co. Kent, d. 
19 July 1829, bur. at Ravenfield. 
Rev. Thomas Bosvile, Clerk, of Ravenfield, d. unmar. 
1824, leaving his estates to descendants of his 
aunt Margaret Greenhaugh. 

Authorities — Hunter's South Yorkshire — York Wills. 




114 DUODALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

Strafford and TKKiur.r. Wafkntakk. Yorke, 16 Martij 



of 



Arms :— Quarterly : — 

1 and 4. Arnrent, a wolf's head erased between three bufrle horns 

Sable. 

2 and 3. Argent, on a bend ootised Sable three roses of the field. 
Crest : — A peacock's head proper, in the beak and entwined round the neck 

a serpent Argent. 

I. BRIAN BRADFORD, of Stanley, near Wakefield. Had 
lands there from his father. He had issue — 

II. GEORGE BRADFORD, of Stanley; mar. . . . Mauleverer, 
of Wothersome (Glover). They liad issue — 

III. BRIAN BRADFORD, of Stanley. AVill 20 Nov. 155S, pp. 

at York 6 Feb. 1558-9 (xv, 3, 2.o"7), to be bur. at Wakefield. 
Iiiq. RM. ; mar. Alice, dau. and coh. of . . . Amyas, of 
Horbur}'. Thev had issue — 

1. Bryan. 

2. Thomas. 

3. Robert (IV). 

4. W^illiam. 

Isabel, named in her father's will, mar. . . . 

Cornwall. 
Elizabeth, mar. Michael Carr, of Horburv. 
Grace, mar. Alverav Copley, of Batlev Hall, at 

Dewsburv 19 Jan. 1556.' 
Alice, mar. "Nicholas Peck, of TopcliiTe. 

IV. ROBERT BRADFORD, of Stainley, Esf., living in a' 1585, 

entered his pedigree at the Visitation of 1584, J.P., 
Treasurer for Lame Soldiers, d. circ. 1599. (?) Will 10 Apr., 
pr. at York 24 June 1599 (.x-vvii, 604); mar. first, Elizabeth, 
daughter of Anthony Thorney, of . . . in co. JVolt. They 
had issue — 

1. Robert (V). 

2. John, named in his father's will. 



DUCJUALE's visitation ok YORKSHIRE. 115 

Anne, sans issue (Glover). 

Frances, mar. Giles Williamson, of Markliam, near 
Tuxford. 
Mar. secondlv Dorotliy, dau. of Jolin Blewett, of co. Lincoln 

(Glover). 

V. ROBERT BRADFORD, son and heire, wt. 2!> annor. a" 1685, 
of Arksev, yeoman. Will 30 Apr., pr. 2 Oct. 1616 (vol. 
xxxiv, 193) ; mar. Ann, daru/hter of William Fletcher, (?) lie. 
1599 at Hooton Pagnell. Thev had issue — 

1. William (YI). 

2. Thomas Bradford, of Doncaster, in com. Ebovum. 
Katharine, \ .^^^.^^^ ;„ ^^eir father's will 

Alice, j 

VI. WILLI A M BRADFORD, of Arksey, cet. 58 annorum «" 1658, 
being the yeare of hix death ; mar. Elizabeth, daughter 
of Hector Cooper, of Walkinyton, in Holdernesse. They 
had issue — 

1. John (VII). 

2. Robert Bradford. 

1. Jane. 

2. Dorothy, wife of Thomas Bui-don, of Burdon, in com. 

Palat., Dunelm. 

3. Elizabeth. 

VII. JOHN BRADFORD, of Arksey, near Doncaster, in com. 

Ehor., (H. SO annor. 22 Martij a" 1605, bur. at Arksey 
16 Mar. 1690 ; mar. first, Isabell, eldest daughter of Lancelot 
Roper, Alderman of Kingston-upoii-Hull, in com,. Eborum, 
bur. at Arksey 2 Mar. 1670 (n670-l). 
Mar. secondly ... He had issue — 

Roper,! ijp a,nd bur. 2 Apr. 1671 at Arksey. 

Orlando, bp. 4 Feb., bur. 17 Mar. 1672-3. 

Gustavus (VIII). 

Rosamond, bp. at Arksey 25 May 1675 ; mar. there 
9 July 1700 John Seaton, of Felkirk. 

VIII. GUSTAVUS BRADFORD, of Ark.sey and the Isle of 

Man, bp. at Arksey 27 Dec. 1673; mar. (?) Margaret 
Taylor, of Worsborough, lie. 23 Apr. 1703. They had 
i.ssue — 

John, bp. at Arksey 20 Mar. 17034. 

Robert, bp. at Arksey 8 Dec. 1709. 

William, bur. at Arksey Sept. 1731. 

Gustavus (IX). 

Thomas. 

Jane, bp. at Arksey 8 Apr. 1706. 

' It is difficult to discover from the Registers which wife was the mother of 
this son Roper Bradford. 



116 



bUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



IX. GUSTAVUS BRADFORD, of Arksev, bur. at Arksey 
28 June 1757. Will 25 June, pr. at' York 7 Dec. 1757 
(ci, 2.32) ; mar. Eleanor . . . , executrix to her husband. 
They had issue — 

Gu.stavus, bp. at Arksey 19 Sept. 1749, named in 

his father's will. 
John, bp. at Arksey 6 Jan. 1751, bur. there 1753. 
Eleanor, named in her fatlier's will, bp. at Arksey 
1 Sept. 1747; mar. there 31 Oct. 1762 Thomas 
Aked, of Bradford. 

Authorities. — Arksey Registers — York Wills. 



ARKESTON AsHE WAPENTAKE. 




Doncaster, 9° Apr. 1666. 



CrBSSD 

of 
lirktii. 



nipant double-queued Sable, 
pant vair 
in chief 



IS : —Quarterly : — 

1 and 4. Arfjent, a li 

•2. Gules, a 1 

3. Or, a fess Azure, in chief a label of three points Gules. 

Au escutcheon of pretence . . . three calves passant in pale, a 
mullet for difference (Metcalfe). 
;sr : — A stag's head erased . . . 

I. CHRISTOPHER CRESSY, of Firbeek, temp. Hen. III. 

He had issue— 

II. WILLIAM CRESSY, of Holme, co. Notts, d. at Blyth 

1.551. Will 7 Feb. 1.550-1, pr. at York 9 Oct. 1551; 
mar. Jane, dau. of . . . Hansard, bur. at Blyth 17 Feb. 
1569. They liad issue- 
Hugh (III). 

Robert, of Wilford, co. Notts, M.A., Yicar of Blyth. 
Nicliolas, of Holme, bur. at Blvth. Will 25 Feb. 
1568-9, pr. at York 28 Oct." 1569 (xviii, 113); 
mar. . . . They had issue — 

Francis, of Holme ; mar. and had issue. 
Hugh. 



DUGDALe's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 117 

Nichoks. 

Robert. 

Peter. Will 31 Jan. 1593-4, pr. at York 
28 Aug. 1595 (XX vi, 161.) 

Jane, mar. Thomas Bosvile, of Warmsworth. 
(1.) Mar. secondly Jennett, widow of . . . Grene. 
Will 28 Sept., pr. 6 Oct. 1575, to be bur. in 
Barnby Church. 

III. HUGH CRESSY, of Letwell and Barnby Don; mar. 
Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Portington, of Barnby Don 
(widow of Nicholas Mauleverer, of Letwell, who d. 1533). 
They had issue — 

1. William of Holme, aged 34, 1575; mar. . . . dau. 

of Thomas Hutchinson, of Owthorp. They had 

issue^ 

Hugh,' of Lincoln's Inn, Governor of Wake- 
field School, one of the Judges of the 
King's Bench in Ireland, (]) adm. Line. 
Inn, 1 Aug. 1 590 ; mar. Margaret, dau. of 
Thomas D'Oyley, of London, M.D. They 
had issue — 

1. Hugh Paulinus, of Merton Coll., 

Oxford, Canon of Windsor, after 
became a Benedictine monk, b. 
circa. 1605 at Wakefield, d. at 
East Grinstead 10 Aug. 1674, bur. 
in the church there (see Athense, 
1011, and Diet. Nat. Biog.). 

2. John, bp. at Wakefield 20 Oct. 

1616. 

3. William, specially admitted at 

Line. Inn 10 Nov. 1634, d. 9 
Mar. 1645, bur. at St. Peter's, 
Nottingham, M.I. (Thoroton) ; 
mar. Elizabeth, dau. of George 
Jessop, of Branclifie, Esq. 

Catherine, bp. at Wakefield 27 Mar. 
1615. 

Margaret, bp at Wakefield 23 Dec. 
1618. 

2. Gervase (IV). 

George, of Lincoln's Inn, admitted 1 Mar. 1.j73-4 

(Visitation of Notts). 
Francis, in Glover's Visitation. 
Susan, mar. first James Rolston, of Tanshelf ; mar. 

secondly Christopher Copley, of Wadworth, bur. at 

Wad worth 23 Sept. 1612. 

' There is a little difference of opinion who this Hugh was. He is some- 
times called brother of William, but by the dates it seems more probable that 
he was his son, which Glover's Visitation declares him to liave been. 



DU(;UALK Si VISITATION OF VUKKSHIRE. 

Mary, mar. Hugh Rogers, of co. Lincoln. 
Margaret, mar. llobert or Roger Bradsliaw (Visitation 
of Notts). 

GERVASE CRESSY, of Birkin ; mar. Elinor, dau. and 
sole heiress of Sir Henry Everingham, Knt. (relict of 
Francis Wilsthorpe). They had issue — 
Evtrinyhavi (V). 

Sara, mar. first Bryan Hamond, of Scarthingwell, 
lie. 1591 at Birkin; secondly Thomas Anlaby, of 
Etton, lie. 1601. 
Ellen, mar. Edward Thimbleby, of Birkin. 
Ann, mar. first Lionel Rolston, of Gunthwaite ; 
secondly Willi ;m Coplej', of Wadwortli, d. 26 Jan. 
1645, bur. at Wadworth. M.I. 
Mar}', mar. Thomas Dyraoke. 

EVERINGHAM CRESSY, of Birkin, in com. Ebor., Esq"., 
died in a" 164-4, or thereabouts, bur. at St. Saviour's, York, 
20 May 1644 (C.B.N.), admon. May 1645 (^); mar. Mary, 
eldest davyhier to S" Will'm Fairfax, of Steeton, in com. 
Ebor., K'. They had issue — 

1. Gervaae Cressy, died in his father's lifetime ; set. three 
1612 ; mar. Elizabeth, daughter to S'' Anthony 
Chester, of ... , in the County of Lincolne, Knt. 
(remar. . . . Wingate, of Hartington, Beds. ; . . . 
Duncombe, of Claydon, Bucks ; Sir Charles Bolle, 
of Haugh, CO. Line. ; Francis Layre, of Hanning- 
liani, Norfolk — Lincolnshire Pedigrees, Harl. Soc, 
152). They had issue— 

Everinijham Cressy, of Cambridge, died un- 
married at York ; adraon. 1654 to his 
mother Elizabeth Cress)' alias Duncombe. 
i2. Everinijham (VI). 

1. Mabel I, rvife of Marmaduke Constable, of Kexby, in 

CO. Ebor., Esq"., (1) bp. at Monk Fryston 25 Sept. 
1603. 

2. Mary, died unmarried. 

3. Anne, died unmarried. 

Jf. Eliz., wife or Edw. Wim/afe, of . . . in com. Ebor. 
and .secondly of . . .Harrison (H.M.G.). 
Henry (H.M.G.). 

EVERINGHAM CRESSY, of Birkin, Esq':, cut. oi annoriim 
9 Apr. a" D. 1666. Will 26 May 1671, pr. at York, to be 
bur. at Birkin (vol. Ivii, 563); mar. Sarah, daughter and 
sole heire of Marke Metcalfe, of the Citty of Yorke, Esqr., 
at Belfreys, York, 25 Nov. 1638, bp. 1 Sept. 1616, executrix 
of her husband. They had issue— 

1. Everingham Cressy, son and heire, cet. So annorum 
9" Apr. a" D. 1666, of Birkin, admon. 8 Oct. 1679 
to Gervase, his brother ; mar. first, Anne, dau. of 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 11^ 

Sandfoi-d Nevile, Esq., of Chevet, lie. 10 Sept. 
1670, at St. Andrew's, Holboi-n, or Kensington. 
Tliey had issue — 

Dorothv, mar. Archibald Primrose, first Earl 

of kosebery, lie. 3 Feb. 1690-1, St. 

James', Westminster. 
Mar. secondly Elizabeth Shipman, of St Martin's- 
in-the-Field, lie. 20 May 1676. 

2. Gervase Cressij, of Birkin, (?) bur. 21 Sept. 1682 

at St. Mary Castlegate, York, a prisoner in the 
Castle ; mar. Frances, dau. of Calisthenes Brooke, 
of Gateford. They had issue — 

Everingliam, (?) bur. at Coney Street, York, 
10 June 1671. 

3. Nathaniell, had £20 per annum in his father's will. 

4. Joseph (VII). 

1. Sarah, named in her father's will ; (1) mar. John 

Burton, D.D 

2. Mary, bp. at Belfreys 2 Cet. 1642 ; mar. John 

Harland, of Sutton (H.M.G.). 

3. Alice. 

4. Anne, mar. Henry Trotter (H.M.G.) ; named in her 

father's will. 
0. Elizabeth, mar. Roger Beckwith (H.M.G.) ; named in 
her father's will. 

VII. JOSEPH CRESSY, Vicar of Sheriff Hutton and Church 
Fenton, Rector of Birkin, educated at Pocklington and St. 
John's Coll., Cambridge, a non-Juror, bp. 30 June 1654, bur. 
at Birkin 5 Nov. 1719; mar. first, Martha, dau. of Toby 
Thurscross, at York Mir.ster, 18 Oct. 1686, ('?) bur. at 
Belfreys 4 Apr. 1708. They had issue — 

William, bp. at Belfreys, York, 18 Oct. 1687, bur. 
there S Jan. 1689-90. 

Everingham, bur. at Belfreys 14 Dec. 1688. 

Sling.sby, Curate of Leeds, bp. at St. Olave's, York, 
28 Mar. 1691. 

Elizabeth, bp. at Belfrevs 18 Nov. 169.5. 

Martha, (?) bur. at Belfreys 18 Aug. 1756. 
Mar. secondly Dorothy, dau. of John Catelin, Rector of 
Burstwick (H M.G.). 

Mar. thirdly Ann, dau. of Hugh Trotter, of Skelton 
(H.M.G.). 

Mar. fourthly Dinah, dau. of Robert Staveley, gent., of 
Pontefract (H.M.G.). 

Authorities — Hunter's " Minorum Gentium " (H.M.G.) — Visitation 
of Notts. 

N.B. — The information about this family is very scanty. 




120 DUliUALKS VISITATION OK VORKSHIIiK. 

Strafford and Tickiull WiPKNTAKh-. Vm-kc, ]»' At 



at 



MS : — Or, a fess between two chevrons Gules, each clievron between three 
bugle horns Sable, stringed Azure. 

I. RICHARD HORNE, of Havercroft. Will 14 Nov. 1536, 
pr. at York 29 Jan. 1537-8, to be bur. at Felkirk (vol. xi, 
226) ; mar. Janet . . . They had is.sue — 

II. WILLIAM HORNE, of Haveicroft, husbandman. Will 
1 Mar. 1578-9, pr. at York 25 Aujj. 1579, to be bur. at 
Felkirk (vol. .xxi, 323) ; mar. ... He had i.ssue— 

n. RICHARD HORNE, executor of hi.s father ; mar. ... He 
had issue — 

Cotton (IV). 

Richard. 

Jane. 

:V. COTTON HORNE, of Bemsworth, Bayliff to S- Cotton 
Gargreave, of Nostell, in co. Ebor. They had issue — 

V. COTTON HORNE, of Hemsu-orth, in com. Ehor. ; mar. Jane,'- 
daughter to . . . Jhirton, of Kinsley-parke, in com. Eboru. 
They had i.ssue — 

1. Cotton (VI). 

2. Will. Horn, of Havercroit, in com. Ebor. ; mar. Ellen, 

dangh. to Will. Wood, of Wardsend, in y' parish 
of Ecclegfield, in co. Ebor. They had issue — 
William. 

3. Richard, dyed nnmarricd. 

4. Francis Hwn, of Almondsbnry, in co. Ebor., a 

Ro3'alist Compounder 1646, fined £55 13s. 4d. ; 
mar. Mary, daucjh. to Robert Pickles, by whom 
he had issue. 

Thig marriage is doubted in Hunter's " South Yorkshire." 



DUGUALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 121 

1. Anne, tinfe to Francis Heaton, of Moreiiouse, in co. 

Ebor. ' 

2. Elizabeth, wife to Samuell Norfolke, of South Hindley, 

in com. Ebor., mar. at Felkirk 20 May 1617. 



VI. COTTON HORN, Steward of the Honour of Pontefract, 
Attornej' at Wakefield, probably purchased the estates at 
Mexborough and Cold Heindly, a Royalist Compounder 
1649, fined £305; bur. at Mexborough 13 Dec. 1656; 
mar. first Eliz., da. of Anth. Wade, of King crosse, neer 
Hallifax, in co. Ebor., 7 Mar. 1613-4, at Halifax. They 
had issue — 

1. William (VII). 

2. John Horn, of Wakefield, in co. Ebor., bp. at Wake- 

field 17 May 1627; mar. Elizabeth, daughter to 
Christopher Parker, of Ottley, in co. Ebor. They 
had issue — 

William. 

1. Agnes, bp. at Otley 30 Mar. 1654. 

2. Judith. 

S. Elizabeth, (1) bp. at Mexborough 20 Mar. 

1663. 

C?) George, bur. at Mexborough 5 Jan. 1661-2. 

Judith, bp. 17 July 1622 at Wakefield; mar. 23 Sept. 

1641 at Leeds, Sir Matthew Wentworth, second 

Bart., of Bretton, d. s.p., bur. 10 Mar. 1643-4 at 

St. Michael-le-Belfrey, York. 

Mary, wife to Lucian Lewins, of Rusholme, in co. 

Ebor., 'bp. at Wakefield 22 Jan. 1624. 
{■?) Benjamin, bp. at Wakefield 18 Sept. 1620, bur. 

there 15 June 1621. 
(■?) Robert, bp. at Wakefield 3 Sept. 1625, bur. there 

8 Sept. 1635. 
(?) Elizabeth, bp. at Wakefield 27 May, bur. 30 May 

1630. 
C?) Elizabeth, bur. 21 Oct. 1633. 
Mar. secondly at Wath, 3 May 1633, Elizabeth Autra[m].? 



WILL'M HORN, of Me.rbimjh Old Hall, «■/. 50 an. IS" Aug. 
1666, built almshouses at Mexborough, bp. at Wake- 
field 4 Dec. 1615, d. 26 Mar. 1679, bur. at Mexborough. 
M.I. Will 10 May 1664, pr. at York, 3 April 1680 ^- ^^'' 
(vol. Iviii) ; mar. Sarah, daityh. to John Sykes, of Leedes, 
1 wife. They had issue — 

1, Thomas Horn, cet. 21^ an. 1666, of Horncastle, co. 
Line. ; mar. Mary, daughter to ... Eyre, of 
Spoxlon, CO. Line. 
William. 
mar. 2 wife, Elizabetli. They had issue — 



122 



UUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



2. William (VIII). 

3. Alexander, a merchant, bp. at Mexborough 8 Dec. 

1650, bur. there, d. 20 Nov. 1687. 
4- Benjamin, named in his father's will, bp. at Mex- 
borough 22 Nov. 1655, d. 1673. 

1. Judith, wife to Nicholas Maskall, of Yorke ; she was 

bur. at Leeds Parish Church 17' May 1682. M.I. 

2. Elisabeth, bp. at Mexborough 11 Dec. 1644, mar. 

Henry Atkinson, Esq., of Leeds ; she was bur. at 
Leeds 5 Aug. 1689. 

3. Sarah, bp. at Mexborough 17 July 1653, mar. Joseph 

Kitchingman. 



VIII. WILLIAM HORNE, ESQ., of Leeds, bp. at Mexborough 
6 May 1649, d. s.p. 3, bur. 4 Oct. 1685 at Leeds. M.L 

Authorities — " The Homes of Mexborough "' (Yorks Archaeological 
Journal, xix, 417) — Parish Registers. 



Dickering Wapentake 



Malton, 29 Au 




^trirklanti 

of 
IBnniitoii. 



Aksis ; — Gules, a chevron between three crosses jiattee Or, 

Ermine a buck's head erased Sable. 
Ckest : — A turkey cock Argent, beaked Sable. cre.<totl Gules. 



I. ROGER STRICKLAND, of Mai 
pr. at York 26 Mar. 1522 (vol. 
have been father of — 



Will 8 Nov. 1521, 
216). He is said to 



DUG dale's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 123 

WILLIAM STRICKLAND, Gent., of Boyntoii, the Navi- 
gator, commander of one of the ships in Sebastian Cabot's 
voyage; purchased Newton and Wintringham 1542, Bovnton 
1549, Hildenley 1568 ; bur. at Wintringham 8 Dec. 1598 ; 
mar. Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Walter Strickland, Knt., of 
Sizergh, co. Westmoreland, bur. at Wintringham 12 Oct. 
1597 They had issue — 
Salter (III). 

William, of Easton, (?) bur. at Bainton 26 Sept. 1640 
(Archbishops' Transcripts) ; mar. first Catherine, 
dau. of John Carleill, of Sewerby, at Bridlington, 
3 Feb. 1584-5. They had issue- 
Walter. 
Henrv, {1) of Easton. Will 20 Nov. 1662, 

pr.' at York (vol. xlv, 269). 
Robert, of Thornton Bridge, mar. Margaret, 
dau. of Sir William Alford, of Kilnwick. 
Mar. secondly . . . , dau. of . . . Manfield. They 
had issue — 

Michael. 
Thomas. 
Katharine. 
Frances, mar. . . . Metcalfe. 



WALTER STRICKLAND, of Boynton, in com. Ehor., Esg\, 
bur. at Wintringham 29 Jan. 1635-6, admon. 2 Apr. 1636; 
mar. Frances, daughter of Peter Wentworth, of Lillinyston, 
in com. Oxon., Esq''., bur. at Wintringham 29 Apr. 1636, 
admon. 10 May 1636. They had issue— 
S- IVi/l'm (IV). 

Walter, admitted to Gray's Inn 10 Aug. 1618, 
Ambassador to Holland in the time of the 
Commonwealth, M.P. for East Riding 1654, 
summoned to Cromwell's House of Lords, d. Nov. 
1671, bur. at Flaraborough, M.I. (see Diet. Nat. 
Biog. ) ; mar. Anne, dau. of Sir Charles ^lorgan. 
Thomas, admitted to Gray's Inn 10 Aug. 1618. 
Anne. 
Melchia. 
Cezia, mar. Robert Crompton, Esq., of Great Driffield, 

lie. 1628, bur. at Cherry Burton 7 Dec. 1667. 
Frances, mar. Christopher Percehay, Esq., of Rvton, 

lie. 1626. 
Ursula, mar. Sir Robert Barwick, of Toulston, lie. 
1630, bur. at Newton Kyme 6 Oct. 1682. 



S'- WILL'M STRICKLAND, of Boynton, in com. Ehor., 
Ki. and Bar'., cv. 30 July 1641, wt. 69 an. ^9" Aug. 
1665, U.V. for Hedon 1640, and for the East Riding 



124 dugdale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

1664, summoned by Cromwell to his House of Lords as 
Lord Strickland, retired from public life at the Restoration, 
born 1596, bur. at Boynton 16 Sept. 1673 (Transcripts), 
M.I., nunc, will on or about 16 Sept. 1673, pr. at York 
(vol. liv, 287) ; mar. Maryaret, eldest dauyhier of S'' Rich. 
Cholmeley, oi Whithy in coin. Ehor., Kn'., first loife, at St. 
Leonard's, Shoreditch, lie. 11 June 1622, d. 1629, bur. at 
Whitby They had issue — 

1. Frances, wife of Barinyton Bourchier, of Bening- 

brouyh, in com. Ehor., Esq''. 

2. Mary(, wife of S'' John Cockeran (Cochrane), of Ocletre 

(Ochiltree) in Scotl'', 2'^ son to WilVm, Lord 
Cockeran of Passele (Paisley), in Scotland; mar. 
at St. Paul's, Covent Garden, last Publ. of Marriage 
22 Mar. 1656 (Scots Peerage). 
S. Milcha, wife of Will'ni Laivson, son & heire of 
S'' Wilfrid Lawson, of Isell, in co. Cumhr., 
Kn*. 
J^. Eliz., wife of Will'm S'. Quintin, Esq''., son ds 
heir of S'' Henry S'. Quintin, of Harpham, in 
CO. Ebor., Bar'. ; mar. at St. Mary, Beverley, 
13 Dec. 1653, admon. at York 4 Oct. 1710. 
mar. Lady Frances Finche, eldest dauyhter to Thomas, Earle 
of Winchelsey, of Eastwell, in Kent, second ivife, 3 May 
1631 at St. George's, Canterbury, d. 17 Dec. 1663, M.I. 
at Boynton. They had issue — 
Sir Thomas (V). 

V. SIR THOMAS STRICKLAND, second Bart., of Boynton, 
cetatis 26 amiorum 29 Aug. a" 1665, M.P. for Beverley 
Jan. 1658-9, d. 20 Nov. 1684. Will pr. at York 22 Jan. 
1684-5 (vol. Ix, 576), to be bur. at Boynton ; mar. Elizabeth, 
daughter and coheire of S'' Francis Pile, of Compton 
Beauchamp, in com. Berks, Bar'., 9 Nov. 1659 at Ken- 
sington, d. 13 June 1674, M.I. at Boynton. They had 
issue — 

1. William (VI). 

2. Walter, Esq., of Beverley, V)ur. at St. Mary's, 

Beverley, 1 Feb. 1730-L Will 21 Apr. 1730, 
pr. at York 8 Oct. 1731 (vol. Ixxxii, 207); mar. 
Elizabeth Peirson, bur. at St. Mary's, Beverley, 
3 Sept. 1738. Will 21 jNlar. 1737-8, pr. at York 
19 Sept. 1738 (vol. Ixxxv, 341). They had 
issue — 

1. Walter, of Flamborough and Jermyn Street, 

London, bp. at Beverley 24 July 1709, 
d. s.p. 1780. Will 7 Jan. 1777, pr. at 
London 24 May 1780 (Collins, 288). 

2. William, Esq., of Beverley, bp. at Beverley 

9 Oct. 1714, M.P. for "Beverley 1741, d. 
3 June, bur. at Bath 6 June 1788. Will 



DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 125 

10 June 1775, pr. 16 June 1788 (Calvert, 
325) ; mar. first Katherine, dau. of Charles 
Henshaw, of Eltham, d. s.p. 
Mar. secondly Diana, dau. of Colonel 
James Moyser, of Beverley, 25 May 1752. 
They had issue — 

Walter, of Harley Street. Will 29 May 
1789, pr. at London 18 Apr. 1793 
(Dodwell, 227); mar. Dorothy Mary, 
dau. of Edmund Kolfe, Esq. 
Diana, bp. at Beverley 23 May 1753, 
named in her father's will. 
Mary. Will 27 Apr., pr. at York 20 July 

1731 (vol. Ixxxiii, 358). 
Elizabeth, mar. William Waldby, of 
Beverley. 

3. Thomas, of Exeter Coll., Oxford, mat. 15 Oct. 

1685. 

4. Nathaniel, bp. at Boynton 1673, d. inf. 

5. Charles, Admiral in the Navy, d. 11 Nov. 1724 

(Musgrave). Will 31 Aug. 1701, pr. 13 Jan. 
1724-5 (Romney, 19). 

1. Frances, wt. ^ ana. 29" Aug. 1665, b. 20 Apr., bp. 

2 May 1661 at Kensington; mar. Sir Richard 
Osbaldeston, of Hunmanby, 22 Mar. 1679, she d. 
11, bur. 14 Oct. 1682 at Hunmanby. 

2. Jane, cet. 2 ami. 29' Awj. 1665, d. young. 

3. Elizabeth. 

4. Anne, mar. John Smith, Esq., of Tedworth, Speaker 

of the House of Commons, lie. 1664. 

SIR WILLIAM STRICKLAND, third Bart., of Boynton, 
at. 5 mens. 29" Atiy. a" 1665, M.P. for Malton 1688-1707, 
and CO. York 1708, d. 12 May 1724; mar. at Malton 
Elizabeth, dau. and h. of William Palmes, of Malton, 
28 Aug. 1684, d. 1740, bur. at Boynton. Will 24 Nov. 
1738, pr. 6 Aug. 1740 (Browne, 234). They had issue- 
Sir William (VII). 



SIR WILLIAM STRICKLAND, fourth Bart., of Boynton, 
M.P. for Carlisle, and Scarborough 1722-35, Secretary of 
State for War, d. 1 Sept. 1735. ' Will 14 June 1733, pr. 
26 May 1736 (Derliy, 119); mar. Catherine, dau. of Sir 
Jeremy Sambrooke, Knt., of Gubbins, co. Herts. Will 
10 Mar. 1764, pr. 26 Feb. 1767 (Legard, 74), to be bur. 
at Edmonton. They had issue — 
Sir George (VIII). 

Elizabeth, mar. John Freeman, of Chute Lodge, co. 
Wilts., at St. Geo. Han. Sq„ London, 10 Dec. 
1751. 



126 DU(ilMLK's VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 

VIII. SIR GEORGE STRICKLAND, fifth Bait., of Boynton, 
b. Mar. 1729, High Sheriff of Yorkshire 1768, d. 13 Jan. 
1808 ; mar. Elizabeth Letitia, third daughter of Sir Rowland 
Winn, of Nostell, Bart., d. Mar. 1813. They liad issue- 
Sir William (IX). 
George, of Newton and Chesnut Grove, mar. and had 

issue (see Baronetages;. 
Walter, of Flaraborough, mar. and liad issue (see 

Baronetages). 
Henry Eustacius, mar. and had issue (see Baronetages). 
Elizabeth, mar. Strickland Freeman, her cousin. 
Charlotte, d. unmar. 
Juliana, d. 1849. 

Sophia, d. 2 Apr. 1859, mar. first Captain James 
Calder, secondly Captain Glascott. 

IX. SIR WILLIAM STRICKLAND, sixth Bart., b. 12 Mar. 
1753, d. 8 Jan. 1834; mar. Henrietta, dau. and coh. of 
Nathaniel Cholmeley, of Whitby and Howsham, 15 Apr. 
1778, b. 28 Aug. 1760, d. 26 Mar. 1827. They had issue— 

1. Walter, died v.p., unmarried. 

2. Sir George (X). 

3. Arthur, mar. Anne, dau. of James Sawden, Esq. 

4. Edmund, d. young. 

5. Eustachius, admitted to Lincoln's Inn 25 Nov. 1808. 

6. John. 

7. Nathaniel Constantine, mai'. and had issue (see 

Baronetages). 
Six daughters (see Baronetages). 

X. SIR GEORGE STRICKLAND, seventh Bart., of Boynton, 
etc., assumed the name of Cholniley, M.P. for West Riding 
1832-41, admitted to Lincoln's Inn 4 July 1803, b. 26 May 
1782, d. 23 Dec. 1874 ; mar. first Mary, dau. and h. of 
Rev. Charles Constable, of Wassand, at Siglesthorne, 
30 Mar. 1818, d. 10 Jan. 1865. They had issue- 
Sir Charles (XI). 
Frederick, b. 1820, d. 1849. 

Henry Strickland Constable (which name he 
assumed), of Wassand ; married and had issue (see 
Baronetages). 
Lucy Henrietta, married Rev. J. P. Marriott. They 
assumed the names of Goulton-Constable. 
Mar. secondly Jane, dau. of Thomas Leavens 25 May 1867, 
d. 19 Oct. 1898. 

XL SIR CHARLES WILLIAM STRICKLAND, eighth Bart., 
of Hildenley Hall, High Sheriff 1880, admitted to Lincoln's 
Inn 11 Mar. 1841, b. 6 Feb. 1819; mar. first Georgiana 
Selina Septimia, dau. of Sir William Milner, Bart., uf 
Nunappleton, 19 Feb. 1850, d. 14 June 1864. They had 
issue — 



DUGDALES VISITATION OK YORKSHIRE. 



127 



Walter William, born 19 Mav, bp. at Westminster 
Abbey 4 July 1851. 
Mar. secondly 22 May 1866 Ann Elizabeth, dau. of Rev. 
Christopher Nevile, of Thorney, iNotts, d. 1886. They had 
issue — 

Frederick. 

Eustace Edward. 



Esther Anne. 
ities— York Wills— Tnfori 



ition from F. A. Crisp, F.S.A. 




Yorke, 11" Aug. 



of 



bend Gules between 



[iipant Sable, a canton Or. 
Furnace-fells in Lanca- 
i. Ehor., he died aboiU 



-Argent, 

JAMES SOW RAY, came first fr 
shire, and setled at Stathes, in 
the yeare 1626. He had issue — 
1. Richard Sowray. Had issue — 

Edward Sowray. Had issue — 
. . . a daughter. 
2. James (II). 

JAMES SOWRAY, noiv livimj, <et. 7S an. vel circa 11 Aug. 
a' 1666, bur. 29 Mar. 167-t at Christ Church, York (C.B.N.), 
mar. Cicily, daughter of . . . Adamson, of ... , bur. 
8 Apr. 1645 at Christ Church, York (C.B.N. ). They had 



Richard (HI). 
John Sovn'ay, man 
lamh. 



IsabeU, daughter of 



RICHARD SOWRAY, of the Citty of Yorke, cetat. Jfi an. 
11 Aug. 1666, bur. 6 Jan. 170f at Coney Street, York. 
Will pr. at York 16 Jan. 170f ; mar. Mercia, daughter 
of John Morton, of the Citty of Yorke, bur. at St. Mary, 
Castlegate, York, 30 Jan. 167 J. They had issue — 



128 



UUODALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 



Richard (IV). 
1. Mary, atatis 5 aim. 1666; mar. at St. Mary, 
Castlegate, York, 10 Apr. 1683, Mr. Richard 
(?) Denton, merchant. 
S. Sarah, nt. J/, aim. 1666 C!) mar. . . . Linger. 
o. RacheU, (ft. 2 mens. 1666, bur. at St. Mary, Castlegat«, 
24 Nov. 1671. 
Mary, bur. at St. Mary, Castlegate, 13 Feb. 167|. 
Bridget, bp. at St. Mary, Castlegate, 12 Oct. 1674. 
Joseph, Rector of St. Denis, bur. at St. Mary, 
fi6 Castlegate, 25 July 1707 ; mar. . . . and had 

issue. 
Mar. secondly 4 Oct. 1678 at St. Mary, Castlegate, Mrs. 
Norton, widow, bur. there 8 June 1692. 



IV. RICHARD SOW RAY, son and heire, at. 2 annorii 11" Aug. 
1666, of York, M.B., educated at Pocklington, admitted 
to St. John's, Cambridge, 3 Apr. 1682, a;t. eighteen, bp. 
at Coney Street 3 July 1664, bur. 19 Feb. 170^ at St. 
Mary, Castlegate, M.I." Will 17 Feb., pr. 2 Mar. 170f ; 
mar. first Susannah . . . , bur. 13 Jan. 1705, at St. Mary, 
Castlegate, York. 

Mar. secondly Abigail, dau. of Thomas Dickenson, of Kirkby 
Hall, CO. York, executrix of her husband. 



Authorities — Wills — Skaife's Castlegate Register 
Journal. 



-Yorkshire Arch. 



iuCKROSE W.4PEXHEE 




Malton, 11" Sept. 



of 
fBirDsall. 



Arms: — Argent, on !\ fess Vert between three cross-crosslets Sable as many 

talbots passant of the field. 
Crest : — A demi-talbot rampant proper, ears Argent. 



DUGUALE's visitation ok YORKSHIRE. 129 

I. ROGER (or ROBERT) SOTHEBY, of Pocklington ; mar. 
. . . , dau. of . . . Mennell. They had issue — 
John (II). 
William (Glover). 

II. JOHN SOTHEBY, of Pocklington; mar. Jane, dau. and 
coh. of Sir William Hawcliff, of Grimthorpe. They had 
issue — 

1. Roger, of Burnholme, Pocklington. Will 8 Apr. 

1.544, pr. at York 20 Sept. 1546 (Test. Ebor., vi, 
207); mar. Eleanor, dau. of Sir William Constable, 
of Hatfield. They had issue — 

Margaiet, dau. and h., mar. William Hun- 
gate, Esq., of Saxton. 

2. Robert (III). 

3. Thomas, of Bishop Wilton ; mar. Mary, dau. of Robert 

Hall, Lord Mayor of York. They had issue — 

Richard, of York, draper. Will 18 May 

1598 (vol. xxvii, 289). 
Thomas. Had issue — 
Thomas. 
Ralph. 
James, of Bishop Wilton. Will 14 Dec. 
1612, pr. at York 21 June 1617 (vol. 
xxxiv, 564). 
Mai'maduke. 
Ralph. 

Leonard, (1) mar. Alice, dau. of Charles 
Levett, lie. 1604. They had issue — 
James. 
Jane, mar. William Foster. 
Mary. 
William, of Pocklington, mar. . . . dau. of . . . 
Wentworth, of Elmsall. They had issue — 
Robert, 1 

Wilham, mentioned in their uncle Robert 
(jrrace, y c. ^i i_ > -n 
. I Sotheby s will. 

Isabel, j 
John, named in his brother Roger's will 1544. 
Isabel, mar. Thomas Appleyard, of York, merchant 

(Glover). 

III. ROBERT SOTHEBY, ESQ., of Birdsall and Pocklington, 
d. 31 July, bur. 1 Aug. 1594, in his eightieth year. M.I. 
at Pocklington. Will 26 Oct. 1591, pr. at York 8 Aug. 
1594 (vol. XXV, 1576) ; mar. first Grace, dau. of John 
Vavasour, of Weston, bur. at Pocklington 2 Jan. 1559-60. 
They had issue — 

1. Thomas (IV). 

2. Robert, student at the Inner Temple, d. s.p. in 

Worcestershire. 



L6U DUGDALE.S VISITATION OF YOKKSHIKE. 

3. Marraaduke, of York, mercbant. Will 23 Dec, pr. 

8 Dec. (sic) 1596 (vol. xxvi, 413); mar. Isabel, 
dau. of John Newton, of York. They had issue — 

Grace, named in her father's will. 

Marv, mar. Thomas Herbert, of Bird.sall, lie. 
1610 at Bird.sall. 

Margaret, named in her father's will. 

4. Roger, of Pocklington. Esq., bur. at Pocklington 

25 Feb. 1632; mar. Elizabeth, dau. of Robert 
Hungate, at Watton Apr. 1582, bur. at Pock- 
lington 3 Aug. 1619. They had issue — 

Robert, of Pocklington, gent., set. twenty- 
nine at the Visitation of 1612, admitted 
at Gray's Inn 30 May 1606, bur. at Pock- 
lington 27 Nov. 1652. Will 23 Nov., pr. 
10 Dec. 1652 ; mar. Jane, dau. of Sir 
Philip Constable, Knt., of Everingham, 
bur. at Pocklington 18 July 1630. They 
had issue — 
Marmaduke. 
Henry. 
Robert. 
William, bp. at Pocklington 28 May 1584. 
John, bp. at Pocklington 20 Jan. 1587. 
Thomas, named in his grandfather's will 
1591, bp. at Pocklington 25 July 1588. 
Isabel, bp. at Pocklington 25 Aug. 1585; 
(?) mar. 30 Jan. 1593 John Bishop, of 
Pocklington. 
Margery, bp. at Pocklington 22 Oct. 1592. 
Jane, bp. at Pocklington 16 Nov. 1595; 
mar. 23 Nov. 1615 John Talbot, of 
Thornton. 
Grace, named in her grandfather's will 1591, 
bp. at Pocklington 17 Jan. 1597. 
Agnes, mar. William Daniell, of Beswick, at Pock- 
lington 6 Nov. 1569. 
Mary, mar. Barnard Wood, of Kilnwick, at Pockling- 
ton 12 Oct. 1574. 
Anne, mar. William Oglethorpe, of Oglethorpe, at 

Pocklington 16 Oct. 1580. 
Grace, mar. Seth Holme, of Huntington, at Pockling- 
ton. 
Bridget, mar. Gervase Lee, of Southwell, co. Notts, 
at Pocklington 20 Feb. 1581-2. 
Mar. secondly Elizabeth, dau. of . . . Smethley (widow 
of William Daniell, of Beswick), bur at Pocklington 29 Mar. 
1580. 

IV. THOMAS SOTHEBY, ESQ., of Birdsall, bur. at St. Michael, 
New Malton, 5 Nov. 1624. Will 6 May 1624, pr. at 



UUGDALe's VISITAl'ION OF YORKSHIRE. 131 

York 13 Aug. 1625 (vol xxxviii, 566); mar. Isabel, dau. 
of Aiithony Bird (widow of Fraucis Thorpe, of Birdsall), 
10 Apr. 1569. They had issue — 
Robert (V). 

Mary, mar. first William Hungate, of Watton ; 
secondly Thomas Hebblethwaite, of Norton, lie. 
16U. 

V. ROBERT SOWTHEBY (SOTHEBY), of Birdsall, in co. 
Ebor., Esq'-., died 16 Nov. a" i6;56, admon. 14 Dec. 1626; 
mar. Cath., dauijhter of WilVin Fayler, of Yorke, Esq. 
They had issue— 

1. Robert (VI). 

2. Thomas Soivtheby. 
S. WilVm. 

If.. John. 

5. Henry, mar. Alice, dau. of Simon Buckton, of York.. 
They had issue — 
Robert. 
Thomas. 
Henry. 
Moseley. 
Watkinson, of York. Will 16 Apr. 1713 

(vol. Ixviii, 316). 
Ann. 

Mary, mar. William Redman, Lord Mayor 
of York. 
Isabella. 
Susanna. 
Grace. 
Mary. 
Ethrida. 

VI. ROBERT SOWTHEBY (SOTHEBY), of Birdsall, Esqr., 
died 34. Dec. a" 1636, admon. at York 1 Feb. 1636-7 to 
his wife ; mar. Jane, daughter of Thomas Moseley, Alderm. 
of Yorke, at St. John's York, " 7 Aug. 1621. They had 
issue — 

1. Thomas, dyed without issue. 

2. Robert (VII). 

1. Jane, wife of Henry Topham, of ... ; mar. at St. 

John's, Ousebridge, York, 27 Sept. 1654. 

2. Isabel, wife of John Place. 

VII. ROBERT SOWTHEBY (SOTHEBY), of Birdsall, Esq-., aH. 
36 ann. 11 Sept. 1666, admitted at Gray's Inn 26 May 
1646, and St. John's College, Camb., 25 May 1647 ; mar. 
Elizabeth, daughter of John Lyster, of Lynton, in co. Ebor., 
Esq. Will 25 Jan. 1708-9, pr. at York 14 Apr. 1710 
(vol. Ixvi, 241). They had issue — • 

1. Thomas (VIII). 

2. Robert, cet. 8 ann. 



132 



DUOUALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



1. Jane, cet. 14 ann. 

2. Elizabeth, ml. 12 ann. ; (?) mar. . 
o. Fidelia, dyed young. 

4- Frances, tet. 6 ann. 



Ellerker. 



VIII. THOMAS SOWTHEBY (SOTHEBY), ESQ., of Birdsall, 
son and heir, (tit. 10 an. 11" Sept. 1666, admitted at St. 
Joliii's College, Camb., 19 Apr. 1673, and Gray's Inn 
23 June 1675, d. 11 Nov. 1729; mar. first Anne, dau. of 
Edward Pegge, of Beauchief Abbey, d. s.p., bur. 3 May 
1688. 

Mar. secondly Anthonyna, dau. of Toby Wickham, Dean 
of York, 6 July 1693, at York Minster, bur. there 14 Jan. 
1737-8. They had issue- 
Elizabeth, only surviving dau. and heiress, bp. at 
York Minster 20 June 1694, d. 25 Sept. 1752, 
bur. at Birdsall ; mar. Hon. Thomas Willoughby, 
second son of the first Lord Middleton, into which 
family the estates were carried. 
Anthonyna, bur. at York Minster 7 Sept. 1695. 

Authorities — Wills — Leadman's " Pocklington Church " — Yorksliire 
Arch. Journal, xiv, 85. 




Yorke, 9" Sept. 1665. 



of 
(Blkrton aiiD Jaltljrop. 



Arms : — Argent, on a chevron between three boars' heads erased Sable an 

estoile of the field. 
Crest : — A demi-eagle with wings displayed Azure, on the breast an estoile Or. 

I. NICHOLAS, THOMAS or RICHARD BETHELL, of the 

CO. of Hereford. Had issue — 
'Thomas (II). 
William.i 

' Query if identical with the William Bethell, of York, who made his will 
Aug. 1622 and mar. Elizabeth, widow of John Akeroyd, of Foggathorpe, and 
who made her will 1 Apr. 1625. 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 133 

II. THOMAS BETUELL, of Maunsell, in com. Hereford, mar. 
Elizabeth, dau. of George Rogers. They had issue — 

1. Sir Hugh (see Bethell, of Rise). 

2. Nicholas. 

3. Roger (see Bethell, of Rise). 

III. NICHOLAS BETHELL, of Maydenhead, in com. Heref ; 

mar. . . . Had issue — 

1. Will'm, died without issxie. 

2. John, died loithout insue. 
S. S'- Walter (IV). 

IV. S'- WALTER BETHELL, of Alne, in com. Ebor., K'., died 

in January a" 16'Ji3, bur. at Alne 2 Mar. 1622-3. Will 
27 Feb. 1622-3, pr. at York 27 Oct. 1623 (vol. xxxvii, 
431) ; mar. Mary, daughter of S'' Henry Slinyshy, of 
Scriven, in com. Ebor., AX, lie. 1602 at Moor Monkton, 
bur. at Alne 20 Sept. 1662. Will 5 July 1662, pr. at 
York (vol. xlv, 289). Tliey had issue — 

1. Sir Huyh (V). 

2. Henry Bethell, of Falthrop, in com. Ebor., Esq^., now 

one of his ^Ma''" Justices of Peace in this County, 
cet. 39 ann. 9" Sept. a" 1665, bur. at Alne 27 Feb. 
1667-8. Will 13, pr. la.st Feb. 1667-8 (Alne 
Peculiar Wills). 

3. Slinysby Bethell, a merchant, Sheriff of London 1680, 

bp. at Alne 27 Feb. 1617-18, d. Feb. 1697 (see 
Diet. Nat. Biog.); mar. Mary, daughter of . . . 
Burrell, of . . . in co. Hunt. 

4. Walter Bethell, of Heslington, bur. 16 Nov. 1686 at 

St. Lawrence, York, M.I., set. seventy. Will 
22 Dec. 1685, pr. at York 13 Oct. 1687 ; mar. 
Mary, daughter of S'' John Poynes (Poyntz), of 
Acton, in co. Glouc, Kn*. 

5. WilVm Bethell, Rector of Kirkby Overblow (A). 

6. Nicholas, died without issue, bp. at Alne 17 Feb. 

1621-2. Will 13 Apr. 1653, pr. at York (vol. 

xliv) ; mar. Frances, daughter of S'' Anthony 

Bering, of Pluckley, in Kent. 
Elizabeth, died unmarried. 
Frances, wile of S'' George Marivood, of Busby, in 

Cleveland; mar. at Alne 3 Apr. 1627, bur. at 

St. Michael-le-Belfrey 6 Jan. 1683-4. 
Mary, bp. at Bishop Wilton 20 Nov. 1616, wife 

of Thomas Hesket (Hesketh), of Heslington, in com. 

Ebor , Esqr. ; mar. at St. Micliael-le-Belfrey, York, 

31 Jan. 1636-7, bur. at St. Lawrence, York. 
Matilda, ivife of Robert Goodwyn, a Divine in Norff. 

V. 5' HUGH BETHELL, of Ellerton, in com. Ebor., K'., died 
in January a" 1662, bur. 31 Jan. 1662-3. Will 30 Dec. 
1662, pr. at York (vol. xlv, 468) ; mar. Frances, daughter 



134 UUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

of William Franklyn (Frankland), of Thirkelby, in com. 
Ebor., Exq'., bur. at St. Michael-le-Belfrey, York, 26 Aug. 
1673. They had issue- 

1. Walter (VI). 

2. Henry Bethell, nunc, will at Bariiet 15 Mar. 1669-70, 

admon. 14 Dec. 1676 (Harthill Act Book). 
S. Hugh Bethell, (?) bp. at Bubwith 20 July 161.3. 
Jf. William Bethell, Esq., of EUerton and Aughton. 

Will 20 Dec. 1693, pr. at York 22 Feb. 1696-7, 

to be bur. at Ellerton ; mar. Alice, dau. of John 

Aykroyd, of Foggathorpe, at Bubwith, 23 Aug. 

1674, bp. there 29 June 1643. Will 17 Feb. 

1724-5, pr. at York 26 Apr. 1727 (vol. Ixxix, 

372). 

1. Mary, mar. Arthur Robinson, Esq., of Buckton. 

2. Lucie, uije of John Mottrum, of Bisshops-Dike, in co. 

Ebor. 
S. Ursula, wife of John Palleser, of Newby-super- Wiske, 

in CO. Ebor., bp. at Thirkleby 13 Jan. 1634 

(Poulson). 
Jf. Frances, mar. Henry Bellingham, Esq., at Trinity 

Goodramgate, York, 8 Feb. 1673-4. 
5. Elizabeth, mentioned in her uncle Henry's will Feb. 

1667-8. 

VI. WALTER BETHELL, of Ellerton, Esq'-., (tt. 37 an. 9 Sept. 
a" 1665, admon. 12 Aug. 1673 to widow Christabella; m^r 
Anne, dauyhter of S"" Georye Palmes, of Naburn, in co 
Ebor., K'., first wife (rel. of John Savile, Esq., of Copley) 
at St. Martin's, Coney Street, York, 10 Mar. 1649-50, bur. 
there 22 Mar. 1652-3. They had i.ssue— 

Mary, named in her great-uncle Henry's will 1667-8 
Mar. secondly Mary, or Ann, dauyhter of Peter Vavasour, 
of Spaldinqton, in com. Ebor., at Sheriff Hutton 29 Jan 
1655-6, (1)bur. at St. Martin's 23 Dec. 1659. They had 
issue — 

Huqh, (el. 7 annor. 9 Sept. a" 1665. 

Frances, bp. 10 Nov. 1659 at St. Martin's, Coney 
Street. 
(•?)Mar. thirdly Christabella . . . They had issue— 

Christabella, tuition 24 Feb. 1674-5 (Harthill Act 

Book). 



YOUNGER BRANCH OF KIRKBY OVERBLOW. 

V WILL'M BETHELL, Rector of Kirkby Overblow, in com. 
Ebor., thirty-eight years, fifth son of Sir Walter Bethell, 
of Alne (see above), matriculated at St. Alban's Hall, 
Oxford, 20 June 1634, then wt. fifteen, d. 20 Mar. 1685-6, 
bur. at Kirkby Overblow, 25 Mar. 1686, M.I. Will 
15 Mar. 1684-5, pr. at York Oct. 1686; mar. Bridget, da. 



DUGD ale's visitation OF YORKSHIRE. 135 

of S'' John Bou7-chier, at' Beningborough Grange, in co. 
Ebor., K'., bur. 12 Sept. 1662, at Kirkby Overblow, M.I. 
They had issue — 

1. William (B). 

2. Bourchier, bp. at Kirkby Overblow 18 May 1652. 

3. Walter, bp. at Kirkby Overblow 21 Apr. 1653. 

4- Slingsby, bp. at Kirkby Overblow 7 May 1657, had 
5s. in his father's will. 

5. Nicholas, bp. at Kirkby Overblow 5 Sept. 1658, bur. 

28 Apr. 16fi9. 

6. Hugh, bp. at Kirkby Overblow 5 Oct. 1659, had 

5s. in his father's will ; named in his brother 
William's will 1696. 

1. Mary, bp. at Kirkby Overblow 28 Mar. 1654. 

2. Anna, bp. at Kirkby Overblow 6 June 1655 ; mar. 

Anthony Iveson, named in her father's will. 

3. Bridget, bp. at Kirkby Overblow 11 June 1656. 

4. Frances, bp. at Kirkby Overblow 5 Sept. 1662, mar. 

. . . Foster, named in her father's will. 

B. WILLIAM BETHELL, ESQ., of Ellerton and Swindon, 

bp. at Kirkby Overblow 21 Nov. 1650, admitted to Gray's 
Inn 19 Jan. 1670-1, d. 31 Mar., bur. at Kirkby Overblow 
11 Apr. 1699. Will 9 Feb. 1696, pr. at York 4 June 1699; 
mar. first Mary, dau. of Bevercotes Cornwallis, Esq., of 
Lincoln, d. 19, bur. 21 Oct. 1687, at York Minster. M.I. 
Mar. secondly Elizabeth, dau. of Sir John Brooke, Bart., 
of York, 25 Oct. 1688, at St. Martin's, Coney Street 
(remar. Thomas Harrison, Esq., of Copgrove). They had 
issue — 

Hugh (C). 

Slingsby, bp. 16 Mar. 1695 at Kirkby Overblow, had 

£1,000 in his father's will, d. unmar. 
Priscilla, bp. 27 Aug. 1690 at Kirkby Overblow, 

d. unmar. ; named in her father's will. 
Mary, bp. 21 Aug. 1691 at Kirkby Overblow, mar. 

Sir Richard Cox, of Dumbleton, co. Glouc. 
Bridget, bp. 27 July 1692 at Kirkby Overblow, d. at 

Batli ; named in her father's will. 
Elizabeth, bp. 20 Aug. 1693 at Kirkby Overblow; 
mar. Sir William Codrington, Bart. Their fourth 
son Christopher inherited the estates and assumed 
the name of Bethell. 
Jane, bp. 29 July 1697 at Kirkby Overblow. 

C. HUGH BETHELL, ESQ.. of Ellerton and Swindon, b. 

4 Sept. 1689, d. 4 Feb. 1747, bur. at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London ; mar. Dorothy, dau. of William Draper, 
Esq., of Beswick, bur. 29 Mar. 1779 at Kilnwick. 

Authorities — Wills — Parish Registers. 



DUGUALKS VISITATION OK YORK8HIRK. 137 

; NCROSSE Wapentake. Biu-nsley, 5 Aug. 1H65. 




O^DmiinDs 



nf 



Morsbiouglj. 



Arms 

Crkst : — A ship 



lelle] Or and Sable, three fie 
il upon the sea, all proper 



: changed* 



T. JOHN EDMUNDS, of Dalton. Will 25 May, pr. at York 
4 Aug. 1622 (vol. xxxvii, 23) ; mar. Anne . . . They had , 
issue — 



II. y'HO,]fAS EDMOXDS, of Wosbrouyh, in com. Eboru., Secre- 
tary to the Earl of Strafford, died 9 January a" 1662, bur. 
10 Jan. 1662-3 at Worsboiough. Will 7 Oct. 1662, pr. 
at York 23 Jan. 1662-3 (xlv, 269) ; mar. Anne, daughter 
of Henry Cookeson, of Wakefield, in com. Eboru., d. 1, 
bur. 3 July 1662 at Worsborough. 'L'hey had issue — 

Henry Edmonds, of W'osbrouyh, Esq'., now one of 
his Majesties Justices of the Peace for the county 
of Yorke, <i't. 37 ann. 5 Ani/. 1665, b. 2 Aug. 
1627, d. s.p..s. 22, bur. 26 Mar. 1708-9 at Wor.s- 
borough, M.l. Will 17 June 1708, pr. at York 
29 June 1709 (Ixv, 280) ; mar. first Jane, daughter 
of Richard Robinson, of Thicket, in co. Eborum, 
d. 5, bur. 9 Oct. 1683 at Worsborough.* They had 
issue — 

Anne, died young, bp. 28 Feb. 1653-4, bur. 
20 Dec. 1660'at Worsborough. 
Mar. second!}' Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Gervase 
Cutler, Knt. (widow of Sir Thomas Herbert, 
Bart.), at York Minster 20 Oct. 1684, d. 13, 
bur. 16 May 1696 at Worsborough, M.I. They 
■had no issue. 
Thomas (III). 
John, 1.. in Ireland. 

Wentworth, bui'. 30 June 1662 at Worsborough. 
Ann, mar. Henry Wilson, of Underley. 
Margaret, d. 20 Jan. 1660, oet. thirty-two, bur. at 

Worsborough. 
Elizabeth, b. in Ireland, bp. at St. John's, Dublin, 
June 1637. 



138 i;ut; dale's visitation of yorkshirk. 

liaibara, l)p. at Woi-.sboiough 17 Apr. 1641 : mar. 
Antlioiiy Devereie, M.D. of Leeds, bur. at Caw- 
tlioriic "29 June 1717. 

III. THOMAS EDMUNDS, Gent., of Wor.sborougl), b. at York 

2 Apr. 16.32, d. (same day as bis brother) 22, bur. 26 !Mar. 
1708-9. Will 9 Nov. 1702, pi', at York 20 June 1709 
(Ixv, 279) : mar. Marv, dau. of John Wentworth, Esq., 
d. 13, bur. 16 Dec. 1678 at AYorsboroiiuh, M.I. They had 
issue — 

Thomas (IV). 

John, M.A., d. in Isle of Wight 25 Oct. 1702; mar. 
. . . They had issue — 

Thomas, bur. at Worsboioiigli 9 Feb. 1726 
Jane, mar. . . . Berdoe. 
. . . mar. . . . Berdoe. 
Henry, M.D., b. 23 Apr. 167-5, bur. 7 Sept. 1724 

at Worsborough. 
Wentworth, d. unmar., bur. 18 Oct. 17.54 at Wors- 
borough. 

IV. THOMAS EDMUNDS, ESQ., of Worsborough, heir to his 

father and uncle Henry, bp. 21 Apr. 1670, bur. 9 Feb. 1726-7 
at Worsborough. Will 28 Nov. 1723, pr. at York 13 Nov. 
1727 (Ixxix, 327); mar. Jane, dau. of Francis Foljambe, 
Esq., of Aldwark, bur. 24 Jan. 1746-7. Will 1742, pr. 

29 June 1747. Thev had i.ssue— 

Henry, b. 25 " Mar. 1695, bur. 6 Apr. 1719 at 

Wor.sborougl). 
Thomas (V). 

Elizabeth, bp. 18 Sept., bui-. 14 Oct. 1693. 
Marv, bp. 16, d. 19 July 1697. 
Anne, bp. 27 July 1697, d. 5 Apr. 1698. 
Catherine, b. 28 June 1701 ; mar. William Dawson, 

of Wakefield and Copley Hall, she d. 6 June 

1741. 
Jane, bp. 13 Nov. 1704, bur. 20 Nov. 1719. 
Margaret, bp. 2 July 1706, d. unmar., bui'. 31 Mar. 

1729 at Worsborough. Adnion. 31 July 1736 to 

sister Catherine. 

V. THOMAS EDMUNDS, ESQ., of Worsborough, b. 16 July, 
bp. 1 Aug. 1699, bur. 10 Dec. 1742 at Worsborough. 
Admon. 24 Sept. 1745; mar. Elizabeth, dau. and heir of 
Henry Carrington, Gent., of the Yews, Worsborough, 

30 June 1730 (remar. Edward Gower, Esq., of Hutton), 
bur. 2 July 1761 at Worsborough. Thev had issue — 

Henry, b. 3 Mav 1731, bur. 22 Sept. 1735. 
Thomas, b. 20 Apr. 1732, bur. 24 Dec. 1735. 
Francis (VI). 



duuijalk's visitation of vorkshike. 139 

William Charles, in Geneiiil Bia<idock'.s expedition 

to North Aniei-ica, d. there. 
Jane, b. 27 Aug. 1733. 
Elizabeth Catherine, 1). 16 Mar. 1736-7, bur. 26 Aug. 

1744. 
Henrietta, b. 22 JMar., bp. U Apr. 1738-9 ; mar. 

William Falconer, M.D. 
Margaret, bp. 17 Nov. 17-12, d. unmar. 

FRANCIS EDMUNDS, ESQ., of Worsboiough, J.P., bp. 
at St. Helen's, York, 21 Feb. 1738, d. in London 18 July 
1825, ;et. eightj'-nine, bur. at Worsborougli, M.I. Admon. 
25 Nov. 1825 ; mar. Hannah Maria, third dau. and coheir 
of Joseph Offlev, E.sq., of Nort(m, co. Derby, 18 June 
1767, b. 7 June 17-10, d. 30 Mar. 1805, bur. at Wors- 
borougli, M.l. Thev had i.ssue — 
Francis Offlev" (VII). 

1. Maria Elizabeth, b. 4 Mar. 1769, d. 31 Aug. 1827; 

mar. Henry Martin, Esq., 14 July 1795. They 
had issue- 
William Bennet Maitin, who succeeded to 
the estates. 

2. Urith Amelia, b. 18 Jan. 1771, d. 31 Aug. 1835, 

bur. at Worsborougli, M.I. 

FRANCIS OFFLEY EDMUNDS, ESQ., of Worsborougli, 
D.L., b. 7 Sept. 1773, d. s.p. 21 May 1831, bur. at Wors- 
borougli, M.I., leaving his estates to his nephew William 
Bennet Martin ; mar. Mary Beresford, dau. of Francis 
Ferrand Foljambe, Esq., of Aldwark and Osberton 30 June 
1818, d. 1 Sept. 1839, bur. at Edinburgh. Will 16 Aug. 
1831, pr. 10 Jan. 1840. 



Yc.KKF CiTTV. Yorke. 19 Mart. 1665. 




of 
I orb. 



.sci'ppnt.s in pale 



140 



OUCiDALES VISITATION OF YORKfSHIRK. 



I. JOHN WITTIE, of Beverley, in co. Ebor., dyed in a" 16^5, 
or thereabouts. Had issue — 

1. Georye (II). 

2. Richard Wittie, of Beverley, in com. Eborum, had 5s. 

in his brother George's will, 1648-9. 

II. GEORGE WITTIE, of Beverley, in com. Ebor., died in 
a' 1650. Will 13 Mar. 1648-9, pr. at York Apr. 1649, 
to be bur. at St. Mary's, Beverley ; mar. Anne, daughter 
of Will'm Roivard, of Theme, in co. Eborum, bur. 1 Dec. 
1675 at St. Martin's-le-Grand, York (C.B.N.). They had 
issue — 

Robert (III). 

Elizabeth, wife of Richard Cooke, of Winterton, in 
com. Line, executi'ix of her fathei-. 



ROBERT WITTIE, I)'- in Phi>^ick, now regidiny in the Citly 
of Yorke, (ttatis 51 annoruvi 19 Martij a" 1666, bp. 14 Nov. 
1613 at St. Maiy's, Beverley, B.A. O.xford from King's 
College, Cambridge, 1G32-3, Doctor of Medicine 13 July 1680, 
Hon. Fellow College of Phv.sicians 1680, d. in London 1684. 
Will 5, pr. P.C.C. 23 Oct. 1684 (Hare, 132); mar. Mary, 



daughter itf IJf 
All' Saints', Yo 



llall. 



■k, 4 



' Lilliv,!. in 
169^, e.xecutr 



n. Ebor., bur 
of lier husband 



HuNSLow Beacon. 



Beverley IS" Sept 

Aitlaby 
(gtton. 



Arms : — Argent, a chevron between three chess-rooks Sable. 

I. JOHN ANLAHV, of Etton : mar. Tsubell, dau. of 
Bennett. Thev liad issue — 




DUGDALe's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 141 

II. JOHN ANLABY, of Etton ; mar. Dorothy, dau. of John 
Anne, of Frickley. They had issue — 
John (III). 
William. 

Martin, jj^^j £6 in his brother John's will 1615. 
Robert, / 



JOHN ANLABY, ESQ., of Etton. At the Visitation of 
1584. Will 31 May 1615, pr. 30 June 1618 (vol. x.xxv, 
76), to be bur. at Etton ; mar. Anne, dau. of William 
Hungate, Esq., of Saxton. They had issue — 
Thomas (IV). 

William, named in his father's will, in Hull when 
he made his will 5 Jan. 1611-5, pr. at York 
18 Oct. 1619 (unregistered). 
Katherine, mar. . . . Hodgson. 

Isabell, mar. William Rawson, of Sherburn, lie. 1606. 
Mary, mar. . . . -\shley. 



THOMAS ANLABY, of Etton., la com. Ehoi:, Esq'-., dyed in 
a" lejfl ; cBt. seventeen 1584, bp. at Etton 13 Aug. 1566, 
bur. there 11 Aug. 1642; mar. Ursida, daughter of William 
Palmer, of Yorke, 1 wife (widow of . . . Cock), lie. 1591. 
They had issue — 

1. Edward, dyed i/ouni/. 
'2. John (V). 

Anne, wife of William Waters (Watter), Lord Mayor 
of Yorke. 
mar. secondly Sarah, daughter of Gervase Crescy, of Berking 
(Birkin), widow of Bryan Hamoiid, of Scarthingwell, lie. 
1601. They had issue— 

1. Sarah, 5"'- wife of S'' John llotham, of Scorborouijh, 

in CO. Ebor., K'. and Bar'. 

2. Eliz., wife of Henry Barnadiston, of . . . in com. 

Leic. ; mar. 9 June 1635 at Etton. 

3. Stisanna, wife of Charles Bowes, of Babthorpe, in 

com. Ebor. ; mar. 25 Aug. 1635 at Etton (remai-. 
Charles Fen wick, Esq.), bur. at Hemingborough 
6 July 1688. Adraon. 16 Jan. 1691-2 ("History 
of Hemingborough "). 



JOHN ANLABY, of Etton, Esq':, dyed 10' Dec. a" 1661, 
M.P. for Scarborough 1647 and for Beverley 1658, one of 
the Judges of Charles I, but only attended the trial one > ^ 6 
day ; mar. Susan, daughter of Jioi/er Becktvith, of Aldbrough, 
in com. Ebor., Esq-., 'p' wife, d.'lO Sept. 1661. They had 
issue — 

Thomas (VI). 

Susan. 



2 DUGDALES VISITATION OF VORKSHIRE. 

)nin: Dur.ilhi/, duntjhh-,- of S'' Matthtv BoyntOH, of Barnestou, 
ill cm. /;/„„:. K'., and Bar'., 2'^ wire. They had issue — 

/^i^ • Matthea- Avlaby.' 

Elatherea, (!)raar. . . . Carter, named in her step- 
brotlier"s will. 



THOMA.S AX t. A BY, uf Ellon, Ks<j'., o<(. JS annor. 15" Sept. 
a' mm. AVill 1*6 July 1672, pr. at York 16 Sept. 1679 
(vol. Iviii, 432) ; mar. Humn, damjhter of D' ll'iU'm Parker, 
of Marijets (Margate), in the Isle of Thanct, in Kent, />'' of 
Phisick. They had issue — 

Snsan, onlj- dau. and heiress, let. S annor., et 6 tnentt. 
15 Sept. 1666, d. 10 June 1715, Kt. forty-nine 
(Poulson's "Beverley); luar. Foot Onslow, Esq., 
CommisRioner of Excise, who d. 10 May 1710. 
Their son was Speaker of tlie House of Commons. 



Dickering WAPENHKt 



Killiam, 31 Aug. 16 




^toutfbtllf 



of 



Wnmanbu (^liunmanbg). 



Arms: — Barrv of twelve Ardent ai 



I. EMERY ESTOUTEVILE, mar. 
Hussey, Esq. They had issue- 



Hun rampant Sable. 
Ann, dau. of Williaii 



II. ROBERT ESTOUTE\^TLE, mar. Catherine, dau. of William 
Whittin.n'ton, of Kewborou;;)), co. Staff'. Thev liad issue — 



' He probably luul John (son of M;i 
Oriel Coll., 0.\f. ; mat. 1 Jan. 169.-)-t; 
(lieil 13 Feb. 1719. bur. at Beverley Mii 
who (lied Apr. 1717, aged 39, bur. at 



stoii. arm.; ailm. 
I Foster) ; Mary , 
■ of . . . Evrea, 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 143 

CHARLES STOUTEVILLE, of Humanhy, in com. Ebor., 
died in a" 1632 or thereabouts, signed 1612 Visitation, bur. 
at Hunmanbv 21 Apr. 1621. Will 12 Feb. 1620-1, pr. 
at York 19" Dec. 1622 (vol. xxxvii, 54); 7nar. Anne, 
daughter of Hrijan Robinson, of Boston, in com. Line, 
bur. at Hunmanby 11 Aug. 1620. They had issue — 

1. Henry Stouteville, bp. at Hunmanby 3 June 1.592. 

g. Charles (IV). 

1. Anna Maria, wife of Thomas Acklam, of Drinho, in 

com. Ebor. : mar. at Hunmanby 17 Sept. 1616, 
bp there 25 May 1595. 

2. Elizabeth, ivife of' John Acklam, of Skipsea ; mar. at 

Hunmanby . . . 1619, bp. there 20 Feb. 1596. 
S. Maryaret, wife of . . . Shepheard, executrix of hei- 
father's will, bp. at Hunmanby 3 Aug. 1606 ; mar. 
there 1618. 
Mary, executrix oi her fatlier's will ; mar. Richard 
Hill at Hunmanbv 31 Jan. 1621-2, bp. there 
3 Apr. 1600. 

CHARLES STOUTEVILLE, oi Humanby, in co. Ebor., died 
in a" 1637, bp. at Hunmanby 26 Sept. 1602, bur. there 
25 Apr. 1637 ; mar. Elizabeth, dauyh. <t coheire of Robert 
Knoivseley, of Burton Fleminy, hi, com. Ebor. ; mar. there 
3 Feb. 1623-4. They had issue- 
Robert (V). 

Mary, died unmarried. 
Knowsley, b. 5 Nov 1626, bur. at Hunmanby 

28 June 1627. 
Charles, bp. at Hunmanbv 2 Nov., bur. there 
13 Dec. 1627. 



ROBERT STOUTEVILLE, of Humanby, in com. Ebor., tet. 
31 ann. 31 Aug. a" 1665, bp. at Hunmanby 10 Nov. 
1633, bur. there 13 June 1691, Admon. 11 Jan. 1691-2; 
mar. Jane, dauyhter of Hujuphrey Martin, of Thorneton- 
le Moore, in com. Ebor., last mar. publ. 3 Apr. 1659, bur. 
at Hunmanby 26 Jan. 1721. They had issue — 
1. Charles (VI). 

1. Elizabeth, bp. at Hunmanby 16 July 1661. 

2. Jane, bp. at Hunmanby 13 Oct. 1662 ; mar. there 

17 Oct. 1699 John Close, of Richmond; heire.ss of 
her brother Charles. They had issue — 
.Jane. 

2. Robert, bp. at Hunmanby 24 Feb. 1667, d. s.p., bur. 

there 15 July 1696. 

3. Richard, bp. at Huimianby 7 June 1670, d. s.p., bur. 

there 10 Dec. 1694. 

4. John, bp. at Hunmanby 4 Mar. 1675. 

Anne, d. young, Inir. at Hunmanby 23 Jan. 1666. 



144 



DU(;i'ALEs XISIIAIION Ol' ^OKKSIIIKl 



VI. CHARLES .STOl'TKVILLE, of HuMinanl)V. fvl. innv^ anni 
SI Am/. „■' l);i:-,. l,],. tliere 16 Mav 16fi4,' l,ur. there 4 Feb. 
1721. ' Admen. ,it Yolk S .\,m. 1722 to .laiie Clo.se, 
wi,l,,Nv, liis .sister. 

Authoritie.s— Yoik Wills— Kail.-liftVs MS. (Hr,,oke l,eL,uest to 
Yorkshire Arclijeological Society). 



GlI.t.ING E-\ST WaI'ENT.KKH 



Stokcslov. 8" Sept 

CImutor 

of 
Olroft. 



Per bend indented Azure and Argent, three cinquefoils, 
two in cliief and one in base counterchanged, a crescent for 
difference. 
2 and 3. Sable, a saltire Or, a crescent for difference. 
CnESTS: — 1. A stag's head lozengj Argent and Azure, the dexter attire of 
the first, the sinister of tlie second, a crescent fur difference. 
2. A heron Argent. 




I. JOHN CHAYTOR, inercliant of Xe 
i.ssiie — 



istle-on-Tviie. Had 



CHKlSTOPllEJi CIIAYTON, or Jinthrby, in com. Palat. 
Dunelm, Servant to the Protector, Duke of Somerset, 
Surveyor General for the Northern Counties, d. 17, bur. 
18 Ajsr. 1592, a?t. ninetv-eifrht, at St. Oswald'.s, Dmhani, 
M.I. Will 13 Apr., pr. 27 May 1592 (Durham Wills, 
Surtees Society) ; mar. Elizabeth, dau. of William Cleivau.x, 



>thers Joli 



Esq., of Croft, heii 
Thev had issue — 
/." Anthovy (111). 
;?. Thomaa, of Butterby (A). 
Hugh, of London, Gent. 
Christopher, bur. at St. Oswalds S Jai 



liic-hard 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 145 

Margaret, mar. Thomas Backesworlli, of Thormanby. 
Jane, mar. first Ralph Willey, of Houghton ; secondly 

William Frankland ; thirdly Richard Tancred. 
Elizabeth, mar. . . . Staveley ; named in her father's 

will. 
Beatrix, (1) mar. . . . Whitfield. 
Helen, unmar. 1592. 



[I. ANTHONY CHAYTOR, son and heire, of Croft, d. at Cr„ft 
13, bur. 14 May 1612 ; mar. first Margaret, dau. of William 
Witham, Esq., of Clifie, d. s.p. at Clifie ; 
mar. secondly Maryery, daughter of William Thorneton, 
of Newton, iit co. Ebor., Eaq''., 1 June 1591 at Stonegrave, 
d. 4 Sept. 1613. They had issue— 
1. S" William (IV). 
S. Richard, dyed ivithout issue. 

S. Thomas, dyed without issue, bp. at Stonegrave 14 Dec. 
1600. Will 2 Apr., pr. at York 30 June 1618 
(vol. XXXV, 79). 

1. Margaret, bp. at Stonegrave 10 Apr. 1603, wife 

of Ralph Hutton, of Maiusforth, in com. Palat. 
Dunelm.. 

2. Mary, wife of Charles HiUton, brother to Ralph 

Hutton of Mainsforth. 
Isabel, bp. at Stonegrave 24 Sept. 1594 ; mar. 
Christopher Richmond. 

V. S'- WILUM CHAYTOR, of Crofle, in co. Ebor., Kn'., bp. 
at Stonegrave 6 Aug. 1.592, bur. at Croft 1 Apr. 1640; 
mar. Frances, daughter of S'' James Bellingham, of Levens, 
in com. Westmerland, Kn'., 9 June 1614, bur. at Croft 
19 Nov. 1669. They had issue— 

1. Thomas (Y). 

2. Henry Chaytour, of Crofte, died in a' 1664, sine prole, 

succeeded to the Croft estates, on the death of 
his nephew, which he settled on his cousins, 
defended Bolton Castle for Charles I, bur. at 
Croft 25 Oct. 1664. Will 20 Jan. 1663-4 (vol. 
xlviii, 70) ; mar. Marg', daughter of Arthur Heh- 
burne, of Hebburne, widow of Robert Dodsworth, 
bur. at Croft 28 Feb. 1703-4, ret. 105. 
S. Will'", dyed unmarried. 

Agnes, first married to Nicholas Forster, of Barn- 
brough, in co. Northumbr. ; secondly to Mr. Dawson, 
of . . . neer Rippon ; thirdly to S'' Francis Liddell, 
of Redheugh, in com. Northumbr., Kn^., b. 27 Apr. 
1615, bur. at Croft 18 Jan. 1669. 

V. THOMAS CHAYTOR, ESQ., of Crofte, b. 8 Feb. 1616, bp. 
at Levens, adm. at Gray's Inn 14 Oct. 1633, d. 25, bur. 
29 Mar. 1641 at Croft; mar. Mary, daughter of Thomas 
Lewes, of Marr, in com Ebor. The}' had issue — 



>5ifc. 



UUGUALK S VISITATION OK YORKSHIRE. 

JOHN CllAYTOR, of Crolt,^, in co. Ehor., died circa 
annum 1058, b. 15 Dec. 1635, d. 1659 or 1660; mar. 
Sarah, dam/hter of S'' William Allenson of the Citty of Yorke, 
Kn'., 1 wife, at Belfreys, York, 5 Jan.' 1656-7. Tliey had 
issue — 

. . . a daughter, died in her infancy. 
m,ar. Elizabeth, daughter of S'' The. Davison, of Blakeston 
in CO. p. Bunelm, 3 wife (reinar. Hon. Nicholas Fairfax 
of Walton). They had issue — 

John, dyed in his infancy Jan. 1660, ret. circa H 
years. 



SECOND LINE. 

THOMAS CHAYTOR (sou of Christopher Chaytor and 
Elizabeth Clervaux), or Butterby, in com. palat. Dunelm, 
by gift of his father, dyed circa 1618, Surveyor-General 
for Elizabeth and James. Will 6 July 1614, to be bur. 
at St. Oswald's Church, Durham ; mar. first Eleanor, dau. 
of . . . Thornell, d. s.p., bur. 22 July 1603 at St. 
Oswald's. 

.)/an secondly Jane, daughter of S'' Nicholas Tempest, 
of Stella, in com. pal. Dunelm, Kn'., bur. at St. Oswald's 
1 Sept. 1666. They had issue— 

1. Henry Chator, Esq., of Butterby, died in a° 16S0, 

vel circa, unmarried, bur. at St. Oswald's 1 May 
1629, set. twenty. 

2. Nicholas (B). 

S. Thomas, died unmarried, bp. 6 June 1615, bur. 

at St. Oswald's 27 June 1631. 
4. George, of Whessoe, bur. at Haughton 18 Nov. 1678. 
■'I. Robert, died unmarried, bur. at St. Oswald's 6 June 

1629. 
/. Jeronima, wife of Tho. Swinburne, of Barmston, in 

com,, palat. Dunelm,, Esq''. 

3. Isabel!, wife unto James Bellasses, of Aughton, in com. 

Palat. Bunebn, d. s.p. 

3. Marg', wife of Raphe Bates, of Halliwell, in co. 

Northumbr., Esq': 

4. Troth, died unmarried, bur. at St. Oswald's 27 Feb. 

1631. 

5. Mary, died unmarried, bur. at St. Oswald's 8 Sept. 

1631. 



NICHOLAS CHAYTOR, ESQ, of Butterby, Lieut.-Colonel 
under the Marquis of Newcastle, bp. 6 Dec. 1608, dyed 
10 Feb. 1665 (U655); mar. Anne, da. <b coh. of Will. 
Lambton, of Haughtonjield, in co. p. Bunelm, Esq':, at 
Houghtonle-Skern'e 19 Jan. 1635, bur. there 2 Aug. 1664. 
They had issue — 



DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 147 

1. I'homas, died in his infancy, bp. 23 May 1637, bur. 

4 May 1647. 
,?. Sir WiWvi (C). 
3. Nicholas, dyed an infant, bp. at Houghton 23 June 

1643. 
4- Henry, of Huiworth (A). 

0. Walter, b. 27 May 1650, a merchant, d. at Rotter- 

dam 1678. 

1. Anne, b. 10 Jan. 1636, mar. Thomas Ogle, Esq. 

2. Isabell, l)p. at Houghton 9 Nov. 1640, dyed youm/, 

bur. 13 Aug. 1642. 
S. Jeronima, dyed young, bur. at Haughton 8 Feb. 
1643-4. 



(SIR) WILL'M CIIAYTOR, of Crofte, Esq>:, mt. 25 ann. 
18 Any. 1665, created a Baronet 28 June 1671, succeeded 
in 1664 on the death of his cousin Henry to the Croft 
estates, bp. 5 Aug. 1639, d. s.p.m.s. in the Fleet Prison, 
where he was imprisoned for debt, bur. at St. Bride's, 
London, 7 Jan. 1720-1, when the Baronetcy became extinct ; 
mar. 21 Aug. 1675 Peregrina, dau. of Sir Joseph Cradock, 
of Richmond, bur. 19 June 1704 at Kensington. They 
had issue — 

1. William, bp. at Croft 5 July 1681, bur. there 1 June 

1689. 

2. Joseph, bp. at Croft 15 Aug. 1682, bur. tliere 6 Mar. 

1682-3. 

3. Henry, bp. at Croft 2 May 1686, a Major in the 

Army, served under the Duke of Marlborough, d. 
at York 17 Oct. 1717, bur. at Croft. 

4. Thomas, bp. at Croft 23 July 1688, went to sea, 

d. v.p. 

5. Clervaux, bp. at Croft 23 Apr. 1690, bur. there 

29 May 1693. 

6. Walter, bp. 11 Feb. 1691, bur. 19 .May 1693. 

7. Nicholas, bp. 8 Mar. 1696-7, bur. Apr. 1697. 

8. Clervaux, d. 18 Jan. 1715-6. 
Jane, bur. at Croft 14 July 1677. 
Anne.bp.atCroft 22 Jan. 1676-7, d.unmar. 15 May 1708. 
Peregrina, bp. 15 May 1684, bur. 6 June 1687. 
Jane, bp. 21 Sep., bur. 2 Oct. 1695. 

Peregrina. 



THIRD LINE. 

{A). HENRY OHAYTOR, ESQ., of Hurworth (son of Nicholas 
Chaytor and Anne Lambton), d. 4 May 1719; mar. Isabel, 
dau. and coh. of Guthbert Marley, of Ingleton. They had 
issue — 

Henry (S). 

Isabella, mar. Samuel Holjbins, Esq. 



148 DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

{B). HENRY CHAYTOR, ESQ., of Croft, in which he .succeeded 
his uncle. Sir William Chaytor, Bart., 1721, bur. at Croft 
9 Feb. 1774, ret. eighty-five; mar. Jane, dau. and h. of 
Matthew Sniales, Esq., of Gilling, bur. at Croft 27 May 
1760. Tliey had issue- 
William (C). 
Other children (see Burke's " Commoners "). 

<C). WILLIAM CHAYTOR, ESQ., of Croft, M.P. for Hedon, 
b. 11 Jan. 17.32, d. 15 May 1819. His illegitimate son 
William was created a Baronet 30 Sept. 1831 (see 
" Baronetages "). 




Yorke, 190 Martij. 



of 



^. . J. ^^ fess Argent and Sable, a fess counter-embattled between three 
falcons all counterchanged, a canton Gules. 

/. WILLIAM THOMPSON, of Humbleton, in com. Eboru. 
(son of Richard Thompson, see vol. iii, 41). Will 9 Nov. 
163.5, pr. at York 7 Mar. 1637-8; mar. Elizabeth, dau. of 
John Barker, of Scarborough. They had issue — 

/. Francis Thompson, of Humhleton (see vol. iii, 42). 
(//). 



//. RICHARD THOMPSON, of Kilhaw, in co. Ebor., dyed 
circa ann. 1653, ayed 10 ycares. A delinquent and fined 
£100, a merchant at Scarborough, bought the Rectory of 
Kilham ; mar. Anne, daughter of Edxvard Nelthorpe, of 
Beverley, in com. Ebor. They had issue — 



DUGDALe's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 149 

1. Jonas (III). 

2. S'' Henry Thompson, of Kilhain. (See Second 

Line A.). 

3. Stephen Thompson (a quo Thompson of Kirby Hall). 

4- Richard Thompson, marr. Jane, da. and heire of 

. . . Dnn, of Holdernesse. 
5. Edward Thompson, mt. 26 ami. 1665 (a quo Thompson 
of Sheriff Hutton). 
Elizabeth, mar. Rev. Charles Hotliam. 
Juliana, mar. Thomas Johnson, of Hull. 
Frances, mar. Thomas Catterall. 
Four other daughters. 

JONAS THOMPSON, of Killerby, died v.p. Will 28 Aug. 
pr. 25 Oct. 1648 (unregistered); mar. Frances daughter 
unto William Beilby, of Killerby and Micklethwaite 
Grange (remar. first, Francis Dodsworth, of Thornton 
Watlas, and secondly, Cutlibert Wade of Kilnsea). They 
had issue- - 

Richard (IV). 

Daughter, mar . . . Stephenson. 

„ ' ( named in their father's will. 

Susanna, \ 



IV. RICHARD THOMPSON, of Kilham, mar. first, Mary, 
dau. of Sir John Buck. They had issue — 

iNIary, mar. . . . CoUey. 
Mar. secondly, Isabel or Tabitha, dau. of . . . Thompson. 
They had issue — 
Jonas (V). 
Frances, mar Thomas Clarke, of Wakefield, at York 

Minster, 11 May 1708. 
Isabel or Tabitha, mar. . . . Keld. 



V. JONAS THOMPSON, of Kilham, attorney. Lord Mayor 
of York 1731, d. 18, bur. 21 July 1739, at Kilham, 
ajt. 56. Will 22 Jan. 1738-9, pr. 22 Feb. 1739-40 
(vol. Ixxxvi, 289); mar. Anne, dau. of William Justice, 
of York, at York Minster, 22 Jan. 1711-2, d. 3, bur. 
23 Feb. 1773-4, at Kilham, »t. 82. Will 14 Aug. 1765, 
pr. at York 6 Mar. 1773-4 (vol. cxvii, 213). They had 
issue — 

1. Richard, Rector of Kirk Deighton, Prebendary of 
Langtoft, bp. at Belfreys, 25 Feb. 1717-8, died 
30 Jan., bur. 6 Feb. 1795, at York Minster: 
mar. Anne, dau. of . . . Clarke, d. 29 May, 
bur 4 June 1791, at York Minster, set. 75. 
I'hey had issue — 
Jonas. 



150 du(;I)Ale'.s vi.siiatiox ok Yorkshire. 

Anne, d. uiiiu,, bur. 18 Apr. 1835, at 
York Minster. Will 8 Feb. 182.5, pr. 
7 May 183.5. 
Frances, mar. Rev. Robert Tripp, of Rewe, 
CO. Devon. 
2 "William, of Kilhani, attorney, and of York, bp. at 
Belfreys, 30 Jan. 17l89,'d. 13 Nov. 1792, bur 
at Rufforth. Will 18 Sept. 1784, pr. at York, 
Jan. 1794 (vol. cxx.\viii, 1); mar. 1757, Grace, 
(iau. of Lulie Tliompson, of York, d. 6 May 
1805, bur. at Rufforth. They had issue— 

1. Jonas, M.A., Rector of St. Martin's 

Micklegate, Yoik, Vicar of Rufforth, 
bp. at St. Mary, Castlegate 25 May 
1758, d. 6 Feb. 1821. 

2. William, bp. at St. Mary Castlegate 

22 Sept. 1768, d. unm. 4 Feb. 1806, 
bur. at Rufforth. 
Grace, Lady of the Manor of Rufforth, 
bp. at St. Mary, Castlegate 21 Dec. 
1760. d. unm. Aug. 1843, set. 83, bur. 
at Rufforth. 
3. Jonas (VI). 

Anne, bp. at Belfreys 28 Feb. 1715-6, d. 11 May 

1748; mar Jerom Dring, Esq., of York. 
Tabitha, bp. at Belfreys, 27 Mar. 1717. 
Frances, bp. at St. Mary, Castlegate 24 Apr. 1720; 

mar. Bartholomew Corneille. 
Margaret, bp. at St. Mary, Castlegate, 1 Feb. 1722-3. 

VI. JONAS THOMPSON. Major 4th Foot, bp. at St. Mary, 
Castlegate 28 Feb. 1721-2; mar. . . . Thev had issue- 
William (VII). 

Richard, named in his grandmother's will. 
Daughter, mar. . . . Calvert. 
Daughter, d. unm. 

VII. WILLIAM THOMPSON, living 1794; mar. Dorothy, dau. 
of Henry Jubb, Esq. They had issue — 
William Henry (VIII). 
Julia. 

VIII. WILLIAM HENRY THOMPSON, of Kilham, bp. at 
Trinity, Micklegate 17 May 1786, d. 1861. 

THOMPSON OF KILHAM. (Second Line). 

A. S- IIEJRV THOMPSON (second son of Richard Thompson 
and Ann Nelthorpe), of Kilham and Marston, in com. 
Ebor., (ft. S9 ann. 19 Marlij, a" 10(!5, a merchant in York, 
Lord Mayor of York 1663, Knighted at Whitehall March 



DUUUALe's visitation ok VOKKSHIKK. 151 

1664-5, d. at Marston, 1683. Will 23 Nov. 1681, pr. at 
York 3 July 1683; mar. Mary, da. of John Thompson, 
merchant o/ Yurke, died without issue, 1 wife. 
Mar. Jane, dani/hter and coheire of Richard Newton, of 
the Citty of Yorke, 2 nni'e, bur. at St. John's, Micklegate, 
5 Sept. 1661. They had issue — 
/. Henry (B). 

2. Richard Thompson, bur. at Escrick 21 July 1743. 
1. Mary, mar. Sir Hy. Calverley of Eryholine. 
ii. Aline, mar. John Clavering, Esq., of Chopwell, co. 
Durh., at Eryholme. 
Mar. Su.taniia, daughter of Thomas LoveU of Skelton, in 
com. Ehor., S wife, relict of Wm. Belt, Esq., of Overton, 
and Edw. Stanhope, of Griniston, bp. at Skelton 28 Apr. 
1627, bur. at Marston 29 Apr. 1701. Will 22 Nov. 
1700, pr. at York 2 May 1701. They had issue — 
Edward, of Marston (see Third Line). 
LoveU, b. 29 Aug., bp. 1 Sept. 1671, at Escrick. 
Allathea, mar. first, Henry, son of Sir John Tempest, 
Bart, of Tong ; secondly, Charles Allanson, lie. 
23 July 1698. 
Susanna, bp. at St. John's, York. 

B. HENRY THOMPSON, ESQ., of Escrick, son and heire, 

oitatis 8 ann. 19" Martij. 1665, bp. 7 June 1659 at St. John's 
Micklegate, York, M.P. for York 1689-95, built the house 
at Escrick, bought Marston, Lord Mayor of York 1699, 
bur. at Escrick G July 1700. Will 28 June, pr. at York 
1 October 1700 (unregistered) ; mar. first, Frances, dau. 
of Alderman Swann, of Hull, at EscricU, 17 Jan. 1671-2, 
bur. there 4 July 1679. They had issue — 

Frances, mar. Leonard Thompson, Esq., of Sheriff 
Hutton, bur. at Escrick 3 Oct. 1703. 
mar. secondly, Mary, dau. of John Beilby, Esq., of 
Micklethwaite Grange, bur. at Escrick 30 July 1727. 
They had Issue— 

1. Beilby (C). 

2. Henry, of Amsterdam, bp. at Escrick 7 Sept. Ill87. 

3. Edward of Helperby, bp. at Escrick 1 July 1697. 

Will 20 Dec. 1759, pr. at York 7 Jan. 1763 
(vol. cvii) ; mar. Frances, dau. of . . . Porteus, 
of York. 

4. William, of Escrick, in Holy Orders, bp. at Escrick 

13 Nov. 1698, bur. there 3 Feb. 1752. 
Jane, mar. William Lloyd, Chancellor of Worcester. 
Lucy, unm. Will 12 Nov. 1772, pr. July 1775 

(vol. cxix, 219). 

C. BEILBY THOMPSON, ESQ., of Escrick, High Sheriff 

1731, bp. at Escrick 27 Sept. 1686, d. 27, bur. there 30 July 
1750. M.I. at Escrick ; mar. first, Jane, dau. and h. of Sir 
Roger Beckwith, Bart., d. Apr. 1739. They had issue — 



152 DUG dale's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

Alathea, bp. at Esciick 1 Dec. 1732, bur. there 

19 Feb. 1735. 
Mary, mar. Peregrine Wentworth, Esq., (son of 

Matthew Wentworth, Esq., of Wakefield), bur. at 

Escriuk 3 April 1756. 
mar. secondlj', Sarali, dau. of Riciiard Roundell, Esq., of 
Hutton Wansley (wid. of Sir Darcy Dawes, Bart), bur. 
at Escrick 12 Mar. 1773. They liad issue — 

Beilby Tliompson, Esq., of Escrick, MP. for Hedon 

1768-76, bp. at St. Martin's, Micklegate, 13 May 

1742, d. unm. 1799. 
Richard Thomp.son, Esq., of Escrick, succeeded his 

brother, High Sheriflf 1801, bp. at St. Martin's 

Micklegate 14 Mar. 1745, d. unm. 12 Sept. 

1820. 
Jane, succeeded lier brother at Escrick, bp. at St. 

Martin's 17 Oct. 1743 ; mar. Aug. 1764 Sir 

Robert Lawley, Bart, (ancestor of Lord Wenlock), 

and carried the estate.s into that family. 



THOMPSON OF MARSTON. (Third Line.) 

A. EDWARD THOMPSON, ESQ., of Marston (sou of Sir 
Henry Thompson and Su.sannah Lovell), bur. at Settrington 
Oct. 1734. Will 26 Sept., pr. at York 28 Nov. 1734 
(vol. Ixxxiii, 437) ; mar. Lucy, dau. and h. of Bradwardine 
Tindal, Esq., of Brotherton, bur. at Marston 23 Apr. 
1715. They had issue, with several other children who 
died young — 

Edward (B). 

Tindal, of Marston, Esq., succeeded on tlie death 

of his brother, Edward, to the estates, which he 

sold, bp. at Marston 10 Mar. 1698-9, d. s.p. 

12 May 1775, bur. at Settrington. Will 2 May 

1758, pr. June 1775 (vol. cxix, 213). 

Francis, Colonel, slain at Carthagena, bp. at Marston 

,r I, 28 Aug. 1701, exor. of his father; mar. Mary 

* Ann, dau. of Rev. . . . Scatcherd (remar. William 

Meek). They had issue — 

Jane, mar. Paul Meyer, of Baildon, d. s.p. 
Bradwardine, of Pontefract, Captain, R.N., bp. at 
Marston 1 Mar. 1712-3, d. s.p. Will 7 Mar. 1747, 
pr. at York 8 Mar. 1756 ; mar. Margaret Raisin 
or Mason, executrix of her husband. 
Mary, bp. at Marston 7 Feb. 1697-8 ; mar. Lieut- 
Gen. Whetham. 
Henrietta, bp at Marston 20 Aug. 1704 ; mar. there 
12 Feb. 1723-4,- General Edward W,.lfe. 



DUGDALES VISITATION UK YORKSHIRE. 



15S 



Lucy, bp. at Marston 6 Apr. 1706 ; mar. William 

Sotheron, Esq., of Darrington. 
Anne Jane, bp. at Marston 9 Oct. 1709 ; mar. 

Philip Stapylton, Esq. of Wighill. 
Frances, C?) bp. at Marston 13 Sept. 1713; mar. Rev. 

Stephen Apthorpe, D.D. 



Right Hon. EDWARD THOMPSON, of Marston, M.P. 
for York 1722-42, Lord of the Admiralty, • d. 25 July 
1742, set. 45, bur. at Marston. M.I. Oswaldkirk. Will 
13 iVlay, pr. 9 Nov. 1742 (vol. Ixxxvii, 72) ; mar. first, 
Arabella, dau. of Edward Dunch, Esq., of Little Witten- 
ham, divorced, bur. at Little Wittenham 18 Oct. 1734. 
They had issue — 

Arabella, bur. at Wittenham 28 Feb. 1735. 
Mar. secondly, 1737, Mary, dau. of Wm. Moor, Esq., of 
Oswaldkirk, d. 1. June 1784, set. 72, bur. at. Oswaldkirk. 
M.I. They had issue — 

Mary, b. 24 Sept. 1738, d. 29 June 1747, bur. at 
Oswaldkirk. M.I. 



Strafford and Tickhili, Wapentake. Doncaster, 9 Apr. 

(Batan 

of 
larfidb. 




d Sable, 



iiterohanged. 



ROBERT EATON, of Barrow Lane, in the Lordship of 
Whitley, in com. Cestr. ; mar. Anne, daughter of Will'm 
Port, of Ham, in co. Staff., brother to S'' John Port, K'., 
sometime one of the Justices of the K. Bench. They had 
issue — 



154 DUGDALe's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

II. ROBERT EATON, Rector of the Churches of Mohberley and 
Grapenhall, in com. Cestr., died in anno 1619 or thereabouts, 
cet. 70 ann., bur. 13 July 1621 at Grappenhall ; mar. Ellen, 
sole daughter and heire of Robert Hatton, of Waverham, in 
CO. Cestr., bur. 14 July 1634 at Grappenhall. They had 
issue — 

1. Samuel Eaton, Rector of Grapenhall, died in anno 

1634 or thereabouts, bur. there 28 Sept. 1636 ; 

m.ar. Anne, daughter of . . . Byrom, of Byrom, 

in com. Lane, bur. at Grappenhall 24 May 1626. 

They had issue — 

Byrom Eaton, D' of Divinity, Principall of 
Gloncester Hall, in the University of 
Oxford, a' D. 1666, bp. 6 Feb. 1613 at 
Grappenhall, d. 1703 ; mar. Frances, 
daughter of John Vernon, Rector of 
Hanbury-on-the-Uill, in com. Wigorn., 1 
wife. 

2. Richard Eaton, Vicar of Adlim (Audlem), in co. 

Cestrie, bp. 29 Sept. 1590. 

3. Thoynas (III). 

III. THOMAS EATON, of Grapenhall, in com. Cestr., died 
4' Sept. a" 1657, cetatis 70 ann., bp. there 7 Jan. 1588 ; 
mar. . . . , 1 wife. They had issue — 

1. William, slaine at the siege of Bu.ise, in the Nether- 
lands. 

1. Eleanor, ivife of .John Hulton, of Berterton, in com. 

Cestr. 

2. Christian, wife of Edw. Taylor, of Ashton-under-Lime, 

in com. Ceslrim (? Ashton-under-Lyne, co. Lane). 
marr. Hellen, daughter of Richard Harper, of Moore, in 
com. Cestr., secoiid wife. They had issue — 
2. Raphe (IV). 

IV. RAPHE EATON, Rector of Darfield, in com. Ebor., ait. 32 
ann. 9 Apr. 1666, bur. at Darfield 30 Dec. 1705; mar. 
at Tliorniiill, Anne, dau. and coheir of Rev. Robert 
Nettleton, of Thornhill 29 Sept. 1670. They had issue- 
Jane, mar. at Darfield 30 Apr. 1691 Edward Watson, 

of Haigh. 
Anne, bp. at Darfield 25 Feb 1672 ; mar. there 
24 Sept. 1695 Henry Cooke, Esq., third sou of 
Sir Henry Cooke, Bart. 

Authorities — Ormerod's "Cheshire," second edition, 657. 




DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 155^ 

Whitby Stkandk Wapkntake. Yurke, 23 Martij 1685. 



JFairfajE 
0f 



-Argent, three bars-gemelles Gules, over all a lion rampant Sable, a 
canton of the last. 

,S> NICHOLAS FAIRFAX, of Walton and Gilling, in co. 
Ebor., AX, died 30 Mar. 1571. Will 7 July 1570, pr. at 
York 30 Oct. 1572 (vol. xix, 469); mar. Jane, daughter 
or Guy Palmes, Sergeant at Law. They had issue — 

/. William Fairfax, of Gilling, K'. (a quo the Lords 

Fairfax of Walton and Gilling.) 
S. Henry. 
S. Cuthbert (II). 
Other children. 



CUTHBERT FAIRFAX, of Acaster, in com. Ebor., a. 
recusant 1567, mentioned in his father's will; mar. Mary, 
daughter of . . . Whitmore, of ... , in com. Ebor. They 
had issue — 

Xicholas (III). 

Thomas, died unmarried, lay rector of Acaster Malbis. 

Francis, died unmarried, (V) bur. at Bossall 24 Apr. 

1646. 
Edward, of Acaster, admon. 6 Dec. 1610 to his brother 

Francis. 
Cuthbert, of Acaster, (?) admon. 30 Apr. 1629. 
Jane, named in her sister Margaret's will ; (?) mar. 

. . . Hutton. 
Mary, (?) mar. . . . Killingbeck, named in her sister 

Margaret's will. 
Elizabeth, mar. John Jackson. 
Margaret, of Fenton. Will 8 June, pr. 29 Oct. 1617.1 

(Peculiar.) 
Mabel, exi.x. of her sister Margaret. 



* She also mentions a brother, Antho 
the widow of her brother Thomas. 



sister Tirrie ; (?) if 



156 DUGDALE's visitation ok YORKSHIRE. 

III. NICHOLAS FAIRFAX, of .Sand IhMon Granye, in com. 

Eborum. Will 24 Nov. 1609, pr. at York 10 Mar. 1609-10 
(vol. xxxi, 245), had tlieu five children under tlie age of seven 
years ; mar. Jane, dauyhter and coheire to Raphe Huayate, 
of Sand Iluiton Granye, in com. Ebm\, lie. 1602. They 
had issue — 

1. Hunyate Fairfax, of Dunsley, ob. s. prole, admon. 

12 May 1638 to his wife; viarr. Anne, dauyhter 
of . . . Thtcenye, ot ilen-orth, in co. Ebvr. (remar 
Matthew Gale, of Acomb). 

2. Thomas (IV). 

S. Nicholas, died unmarried. 

1. Elizabeth, wife of . . . Fors/er, of Moreion, in com. 

Palat. Duiielni. 
S. Katherine (?), wife of John Clement, of Newton Morrell 

in Richmundshire, in com. Ebor. : mar. at Bossall, 

28 Nov. 1625. 

IV. THOMAS FAIRFAX, of Dunsley, in com. Ebor., cet. (Jd 

annor. 22 Mart. 1666, compounder 4 July 1646, bur. at 
Ellerburn 31 Aug. 1680. Will 4 June 1660, pr. at York 
5 Oct. 1692 (unregistered); mar. Eliz., dauyh. of Isaac 
Mountaiyne, of Westow, in com. Eborum, at Westow 28 May 
1632, (?) bur. at Lyth 6 Jan. 1656-7. They had issue— 

1. Isaac (V). 

2. Thomas, bp. at Bossall 16 Nov. 1635 or 1636, executor 

and had £20 in his father's will. 
S Nicholas,'^ bp. at Bossall 31 May 1649, named in ids 

father's will. 
4- Georye, named in his father's will. 

Elizabeth, had £400 in her father's will, then unmar. 
Melior, bp. at Bo.ssall 16 Dec. 1641 ; mar. . , . 

Robinson. 
Lucreiia, bp. at Bossall 11 Jan. 1645-6; mar. at 

Thornton, 8 Sept. 1672, George Jackson, of Whitby, 

draper. 
Anne, mar. at Thornton, 1 June 1675, William Smitii, 

clerk. 

V. ISAAC FAIRFAX, ESQ., of Thornton cum Farmanby, 
(St. 32 annor. 22 Mart. 1665, sold Dunsley, bur. at Ellerburn 
1 Aug. 1687. Will 29 July, pr. at York 13 Sept. 1687 
(vacancy) ; mar Catherine, dauyhter of James Herbert, a 
merchant in London ; of Cottingiiam, where she made her 
will, 10 Oct. 1692, pr. at York 26 Mar. 1694 (unregistered). 
They had issue — 

1. Frances, (ft. A' ann. i^^ .Utir. !66,5, mar. Samuel 
Clyatt, Esq., of York. 

' There is a will of Nicholas Fairfax, of lioodiiiauliaTu, li) Jan. 1706-7, leaviug 
sons Nicholas, Isaac and Clement, and daughter Elizabeth, wife of John Wood. 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 157 

•2. Gather me, inai-. at EUerburn 19 Apr. 1683 Samuel 

Hassell, of Huttoii sup. Derwent, gent. 
3. Mary, mar. Wm. Towray, of Kirby-Grindalyth. 

Elizabeth, mar. John Bacchus, of Cottingham, gent. 
Melior, exix. of her motliei', bp. at EUerburn 23 Aug. 
1670; C?) mar. Wm. Fenwick, of Hull, bond 
21 May 1697. 
Dorothea, (1) bur. at EUerburn 27 Sept. 1681. 




OSGODCBOSSE Wapkntakk. York-e, 130 Aug. 

of 
Pontfifract. 



Arms : — Gules, a Incorporate lion p;arilant, sejant counter sejant coward Or, 
ducally crowned Azure, within a bordurc Argent. 

I. ANDREW KELLOM vd Kyllom de Uickhton ; mar. Agnes, 
filia et cohfn-es of Thomas de Preston of Hickleton, hahuit 
Hickletoii. They had issue — 

1. nomas (II). 

2. Andreas Kyllom de Ctidivor/h in com. Ebor., 30 II. 8. 

II. T//OMA.S KYLLOM, sold Hickleton ; mar. Margaret, dau. 
of John Clarke, of Lincolnshire. (Flower.) They had 



III. FRANCOS KILLOM, ^ and 5 P. and Mary ; mar. Dorothy, 

dau, of Richard Fenton, of Sheffield. (Flower.) They had 
issue — 

IV. FKAXCLS KILL AM, of Hickleton; ob. circa an. IGIO ; 

m.ar. Elizabeth, daughter to Thomas Normanvill, of Billingley, 
in com. Ebor., gent. They had issue — 

1. John Killam, of London, publique Xolary ; died un- 
married. 



158 DUGUALE's visitation ok YORKSHIRE. 

2. Bartholomeiv Kellam, of London, dyed unmarried. 

3. Stephen Kellam, of Roiher . . . in co. Abor. ; mar. 

. . . daughter to Gervace Westall, of Grelbrooke in 
com,. Ebor. They had issue — 

1. John, (?) mar. Anne Leversedge 25 Nov. 

1653. 

2. William,, dyed unmarried. 

1. Ellen, wife to Henry Tilney, of Waih in 

com. Ebor. ; mar. at Wath 7 Feb. 1641-2. 

2. Margaret, wife to Thomas Jackson, of Wath 

in com. Ebur ; mar. at Wath 19 Sept. 
1649. 
S. Anne, wife to John Battie, of Wadworth in 
CO. Ebor., g' ; mar. at Wadworth 3 June 
1658; bur." at Warmsworth 21 Oct. 1714. 

4. William (V). 

Dorothy, tvife to George Berry, Citizen of London. 

V. WILLIAM KELLAM, Alderman of Fontefract, cetat. 76 

an. IS Aug. a" 1666 ; one of the defenders of the Castle; 

bur. at Pontefract 16 Feb. 1668-9; mar. Anne, daughter to 

Stephen Cooper, Aldennan of Pontefract. They had issue — 

Francis (VI), 

/. Edith, wije to Edward Booth, Alderman of Fontejract ; 

bur. at Pontefract 7 Aug. 1662. 
2. Lucy, mar. Christopher Burgesse, of Tanshelfe ju.vta 
Pontefract in com. Ebor., P' Husband, May 1655, 
at Pontefract. They had issue — 
William, son and heire. 
mar. Mathew Mitchell, of Tanshelfe juxfa Pontefract, 
2'^ Husb. 

5. Elizabeth, mar. Willm. (Richard) Dates, of Pontefract, 

Alderman, P' Husband, at Fairburn 27 Sept. 1653. 
They had issue — 

Dorothy, daughter and heire. 
mar. William Adams, of Hardivick juxta Pontefract, 
2'i Husbd. 

VI. FRANCIS KELLAM, Alderman of Pontefract a" 1666; 
Mayor 1670 and 1687-8; a mercer; bur. at Pontefract 
10 Oct. 1688. Will 16 Sept. 1688, pr. at York (vol. Ixi.). ; 
mar. Alice, daugh. to Robert Greene, of Thundercliffe 
Grange, gen'. Will 24 Nov. 1712, pr. at York (vol. Ixxvii). 
They had issue — 

1. William, bp. at Featherstone 27 Dec. 1660. 

2. John {V 11). 

3. Joseph, bp. at Pontefract 5 Dec. 1671 ; named in his 

mother's will 1712. 

4. Stephen, bp. at Pontefract 11 Jan. 1675-6; named 

in his mother's will 1712. 



DUGDALE'8 visitation of YORKSHIRE. 1 59 

1. Anne, bp. at Pontefract 17 June 1662; mar. Benjamin 

Day. 

2. Mary, bp. at Pontefract 3 Nov. 1663 ; named in her 

mother's will 1712. 

3. ElizahHh, bp. at Pontefract 13 Aug. 1666. 

JOHN KELLAM, of Pontefract, bp. at Pontefract 18 Aug. 
1668; mayor 1709, 1725, 1738. Will 17 July 173-5, pr. 
at York 28 May 1756 (vol. c. 30), leaving most of his 
property to his relations, the Days ; mar . . . They had 
issue — 

Mary, bp. at Dairington 6 July 1701. 



LMER Wapentake. Yorke, 20 Mart. 1665. 




of 
lintoiu 



Arms: — Azure, six martlets Or, three, two and one. 

I. BRYAN APPLEBY, of Clove Lodge; mar. Ann, dau. of 
. . . Skaife, of Ashby Grange, co. Westmorland. They 
had issue — 

II. JOHN APPLEBY, of Clove Lodge ; mar. Elizabeth, dau. 
of Thomas, and sister of Ambrose Midleton, of Barnard 
Castle, in the bishopric of Durham. Thej' had issue — 
1. Thomas (III). 

^' 1, , . , ^ ' [ named in their brother's will. 
3. Gabriel, ) 

Anne or Joane, wife of Tliomas Thursby, of Wool- 
house, CO. Durham. 
III. THOMAS APPLEBY, of Clove Lodge and Lartington, 
par. of Romaldkirk, 1612, d. 1 Apr. 1623, set. 79. 
M.I. at Romaldkirk. Will 1 Apr. 1621, pr. at York 
6 May 1623 (vol. xxxvii, 242); mar. Dorothy, dau. of 
Christopher Smithson, d. 3 Dec. 1591. M.I. at Romaldkirk. 
They had issue — 

1. Ambi-ose (IV). 

2. Christopher, d. at Camb. Univ. v. p., bur. at Romaldkirk. 

3. Bryan, d. v. p., bui-. at Romaldkirk. 



160 UU(i DALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 

4. Francis, student at Gray's Inn, adm. 6 Feb. 1610-1, 

d. 29 Mar. 1647 set. 58. M.I. at Romaldkirk ; 
mar. Mar}', sister of Sir Wm. Ingilby, of Ripley, Knt. 

5. Gabriel. 

Seeth, wife of Reginald Brunskill, of Bowes. 
Marj', wife of Anthony Dale, of Painthorpe, Stain- 
drop (Surtee.s). 
IV. AMBROSE APPLEBY, of Lynton upon Ouxe, in co. Ebor., 
died in a" 164-9, or thereabouts, M.I. at Romaldkirk, at the 
Visitation of 1612, adm. Gray's Inn 17 July 1617; mar. 
Mary, daughter of Thomas Crornpe, of Bradforlon, in com. 
Wi(jm-n. They had issue — 

1. Thomas (V). 

2. Francis Appleby, of Lortinylon (sic), in the county 

of Yorke, died in 1663, adm. Gray's Inn 12 June 
1638, d. 28 July 1664 Kt. 42, M.I. at Romald- 
kirk ; mar. Margaret, daughter of Gerard Salvein, 
of Groxdale in y' B^prick of Durhd, Esq''. They 
bad issue — 

1. Ambrose, dyed in his father's life time, then 

ayed 12 years. 

2. Francis, ait. 7 ann. 1665, d. s.p. 

3. Gerard, oet. 5 ann. 1666, d. s.p. 

1. Mary. 

2. Mary'., died youny ; mar. Thomas Maire, 

of Hardwick, carried Lartington to that 
family, d. in childbed 1672 (Hutchinson's 
Durham). 

V. THOMAS APPLEBY, of Lynton, aetat. Jfl annor. 20 Martij 

a" 1665, adm. at Gray's Inn 12 June 1638. [%) Will 20 Jan. 
1689, pr. 9 Dec. 1700; mar. Ellen, daughter of S'' Thomas 
Gascoiyne, of Barnbow, in co. Ebor., Bar'., 1 wife. They 
had issue — 

1. Mary, a>t. H annor. 20 Martij 1665. 

2. Ellen, a>t. 11 ann. ; (?) mar. . . . Ravenscroft. 

Mar. Elizabeth, daughter unto John Johnson, of Osmotherley, 
in com. Ebor., 2'' wife. They had issue — 

Thomas, cet. 9 mensiii 20 Martij 1665. 

Hugh (VI). 

3. Elizabeth, n't. 5 ann. 1665 ; mar. Francis Trappes, 

Esq, of Nidd, 1683, d. in convent at Liege 1724. 

4. Julian, at. 3 ann. 1665 ; mar. first Rowland White, 

secondly Robert Plumpton, Esq., of Plumpton, 
1706; bur. at Spofiforth 14 Jan. 1708-9. Will 
26 June 1708 (vol. Ixv). 
Margaret, mar. John Ryther, of Scarcroft, Esq. 

VI. HUGH APPLEBY, ESQ., of Linton. Will 2 Apr. 1701, 

pr. at York 19 Aug. 1702 (unregistered), d. s.p., leaving 
his estates to be divided amongst his three sisters. They 
appear to have sold them to Dr. John Radcliffe. 



DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 161 

WILTOX Bkacux Wapeniakk. Pooklington, 7" .Sept. I660. 



Ifllmau 

of 

JPocklingtnn, 



Arms : — Azure, a fess dancettce Or, between eifcht jrarbs of the second, banded 
Gules. 

Ckest: — Two arms embowed, the dexter vested Azure, the sinister Or, the 
hands proper, holding; a garb of the second. 




Another shield, quarterly of six : — 

1. Azure, a fess dancettee Or, bet- 

banded Gules (Dolman). 

2. Azure, two bars Or, over all a li 

Hatcliffe). 

3. Or, a fess dancettee Sable, a crescent Argent for diffe 

of Spaldington). 

4. Gules, three covered cups Argent, within a bordure engrailed 

(Butler). 

5. Argent, three escallops in bend Gules, cotised Sable (De la Hay) 

6. Quarterly Azure and Argent, in the first a fleur-de-lis 

(Metham). 



:ight garbs of the second, 

paut Gules (Hawcliffe alias 

(Vavasour, 



1. JOHN DOWISIAN alias DOLMAN, of Pocklington. Hud 
issue — 

1. William, whose .son .John founded Pocklington 

Grammar School. 

2. Robert. (II). 

II. ROBERT DOLMAN, of Pocklington, liad issue -- 



III. WILLIAM DOLMAN, of Pocklington ; mar. Elizabetli, dau. 
of William Hawcliffe, Es(i., of ' Grimthorpe. They had 
issue — 

Thomas (IV). 

Robert, mar. .Tnnc. dan. and loheir of .John St. 
Quintin, of (iansted. 



I)U(;l>ALK,S VISITATION OK YORKSHIRE. 

TH0AIA8 liOLMAN, ESQ., of Pocklington, J. P., bur. at 
Pocklingtoii 31 Mar. 1589, M.I. ; mar. Elizabeth, sister of 
Peter Vavasour, Esq., of Spaldiiigton, by which match tlie 
Badsworth estate came into tlie family. They had issue — 

1. Sir Robert (V). 

2. John, d. s.p. 

Marmaduke, of Millin^ton ; mar. Ursula, dau. of 
John Hudstoii, of Hay ton, and had issue. 

Peter, of Kipliii ; mar. Elizabetli, dau. of Richard 
Remington, D.D., of Lockingtoii, and had issue. 

William. 

Anne. 

Bri<lget. 

Jaue, mar. Ivobert. second son of Sir Philip 
Constable, .if Everin-luun. 

.S'- ROBERT DOLMAX, of Pockl iiiAjtun, in com. Ehm:, K'., 
died in a" 16S6; vel circa, bur. at Bubwith. Will 2 Aug. 
1626, pr. at York 26 Mar. 1628 (vol. xl, 187); mar. 
jileaiior, daiujhter or S'' Wiirm Mallory, of Stiidley, iii 
com. Ebor.. Kn'. Tiiey liad issue — 
1. Thomas (VI). 
,?. Robert, d. s.p. 

-J. Philip Dolman, of Leade, in com. Ebor. ; mar. Frances, 
daiiyhter nnto Walter Vavasour, of llaslewood, in 
cum. Ebor., Esq'., relict of James Lawson, of 
Newsam Abbey. Tliey had issue — 

1. Robert, 'a;t. .IS nnnor. 7" Sept. a" 1665. 

2. Thomas. 
■!. Philif). 

1. Mary, died unmarried. 

2. Helen. 

Jf.. .John Dolman, d. s.p. 

6. Peter Dolman. 

1. Elizabeth, died ninnarried, a nun. 

2. Mary, wile of Robert Stapleton, of Wressle, in co. 

Ebor., lie. 1609. 
S. Ursula, 'nif'e unto John Ryder, of Searcrofte, in co. 

Ebor. 
4- Gri'sild, died unmarried. 



THOMAS DOLMAN, of Badsworth, in com. ICUor.. Es,f., 
died in a' 1639, or thereabouts, bur. at Badswortli 16 July 
1639; mar. '/'empei-ance, dauijhter of S'' Edward Watson, of 
Rockingham Castle, Kt., first wife, bur. at Badsworth 
10 June 1624. They had issue— 

Eleanor, :et. three in 1612, tcifi' of Raphe Everg 
(Eure), of Wa.'<hin,jhro,uih, 'in ' ro. Lincolnia; 



DUUDALES VISITATION OK YORKSHIRE. 1G3 

mar. Barbara, dauyhter oi S'' Thumas Metham, of Metham, 
in CO. Ebor., Kn'., second wife, bur. at Bad.v\voitli 23 May 
1626. They had issue — 
Eobert (VIT) 



ROBERT DOLMAN, of Focklinyton, in com. Ebor., Esq-., 
cetatis 39 oimorum 7" Sept. a' 1663, a Hoj'alist, compounded 
and fined £1,145 15s. Od. (Yorks. Record Ser., xx, 22), 
when Badsworth was sold to the Bright family, bur. 
30 Jan. 1694-5 at St. Saviour's, York ; mar. first Catherine, 
dauyhter of Edmund Thorold, of Houyh, in com,. Line, 
Esq'., bur. at St. Saviour's, York, 2 Nov. 1676. They 
had issue — 

1. Robert Dolman, tet. 6 annoru. 7" 'Sept. a' 1665, of 
Badsworth and Pocklington, indicted of high 
treason for conspiracy to kill Charles II, but 
acquitted, bur. at St. Saviour's, York, 5 May 
1730. Will 21 Jan. 1729-30, pr. at York 11 May 
1730 (vol. Ixxxi, 397); mar. . . . They had 

Kobeit, d. young. 
,'?. Thomas, cetatis 1 anni, 7° Sejit. a" 1665, d. s.p. 
3 William (VIII). 

1. Catherine, d. unmar., bur. at St. Saviour's, York, 
10 Dec. 1723. Will 1 Oct. 1722, pr. 14 Dec. 
1724 (vol. Ixxviii, 77). 
^. Barbara, d. iinmar., bur. at St. Saviour's, York, 
27 June 1721. Will 3 Mar. 1720-1, pr. at York 
1 May 1723 (vol. Ixxvii, 71). 
S. Frances, mar. Z"^. Killingbeck, of Chapel Allerton. / rai 
Mary. 
Mar. secondly Ann Walstead 31 Aug. 1679, bur. at 
Belfreys, York, 24 Dec. 1684. 



VIII, WILLIAM DOLMAN, ESQ., of Beadins ; mar. . . . , and 
had issue — 

Robert (IX). 
.lohn. 

IX. ROBERT DOLMAN. ESQ., of Hebnslev, afterwards of 
Pdcklitiiiton, to which he succeeded on the deatli of his uncle 
Robert' 17.30; mar. Anne, dau. of Richard Brigham, Es.,. 
of Bri^liam. Thev had issue — 

Robert (X)[ 

William, mar. and had issue. 

Richard, d s.p. 

Anne, d. unniai-. 

Catherine. 



164 DU(iUAI.K'« VISITATION OF VOKKSHIKE. 

X. ROBERT DOLMAN, ESQ., M.D., of Pocklington and York, 
d. at Liege 14 Feb. 1792; mar. fir.st Margaret or Peggy, 
dau. of Thomas Reynolds, Esq., of Mauraugh, co. Notts., 
d. 1770. Tliey had issue- 
Thomas (XI). 

Robert, d. s.p. 

Elizabeth, mar. James Tuite, Esq., of Montserrat. 

Anne, mar. Henry Baliol, Esq. 

Mar\', mar. Edward Dansoii, Esq., of Beverley. 

Other children, wlio d. young. 
Mar. secondly Elizabeth, dau. of Mattliew AVarren, of York. 
They had issue — 

Charles, of Monmouth. 

XI. THOMAS DOLMAN, ESQ., of Pocklington, etc., which he 
sold, petitioned for the Barony of Stapleton by descent 
througli the Methams, but the claim was not allowed, d. 
at St. Omer 27 Sept. 1842 ; mar. first Martha Leach, dau. 
of John Griffith, Esq. They had issue- 
John Thomas (XII). 
Charles. 
Thomas. 
Six daughter.s. 
Mar. secondly Catherine, dau. of Urish de la Hav They 
had issue- ^ y 

Five sons (see East Riding Anti(iiiarian Society Journal, 
.xvi, 48). 

XII. JOHN THOMAS DOLMAN, M.R.C.S., of York, d. 1867; 

mar. Anne Helen, dau. of Samuel Cox. They had issue — 

Mainiaduke Francis Dolman, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, 

h. 29 Jan. 1830, d. s.p. ; mar. Mary, dau. of Major 

Waud, of Manston Hall. 
Thomas Tuite, b. and d. 1841. 
Rev. George, Roman Catholic Priest, of Banbury, b. 

13 Sept. 1841, the present representative of the 

family and claimant to the Stapleton Barony. 
Richard Samuel, b. and d. 1842. 
Mary Helen Alicia, mar. 1857 Hon. Bryan John 

Stapleton, lialf-brother of Miles, Lord Beaumont. 




I>U(; dale's visitation 01-' YORKSHIRE. 165 

OSGODCEOSSE Wapentake. Pomfret, 7 Apr. 1666. 



Mataan 
^astljage ((£ast 1ftagi«). 



Arms: — Argent, on a ulievron Azure between three niiii-tlets Gules, as many 

erescents Or. 
Crest:— A griffin's head erased Sable, hoklini;- in liis Ijeak Or a rose-branch 

slipped Vert. 
For proofe hereof there is an old glasse window in an house at Loftus 
which was antiently belonging to this Family, as Mr. John Hopkiiison affirmes. 

I. RICHARD DE BOLTON. Had issue— 
II. JOII'ES, fiUn^ Ricardi, a' ISO?. Had issue- 
Ill. WALTERUS, filing Joh'is ; mar. Cecilia . . . a» 1S2L They 
bad issue — 

IV. WILL'S, Jilius Walteri, a" ISKl Had issue— 

V. WILL'M WATSON, a' D'ui IS'.Jl ; mar. .}far,jan'f, daughter 
of Robert. Tup. They liad issue — 

VI. CHRISTOPHER WATSON, 14 Edn: 4. Had issue— 

VII. WILL'M WATSON, 7 H. 7. Had issue— 

VIII. RICHARD WATSON, 2 H. S ; mar. Eleu . . . They had 
issue — 

IX. THOMAS WATSON,'^ borne Iri Nov. a" 1524; niar. 
Elizabeth . . . They had issue — 

1. William Watson, of Bolton-up<rii-Diiarue, in com. 
Ebor. Will 13 Apr. 1616, pr. 19 Jan. 1616-7 
vol. xxxiv, 359) ; mar. . . . They had issue — 
Rotvland Watson, of Bolton, 15 Jac., exor. 
of his father ; mar. Jane, daughter of 
. . . Elliot, of Billinglet/, in com. Ebor., 
1 wife ; m,ar. . . . daughter of . . . 
Scotifld. nf Anh'rid<ie juxta Doncaster, 
in r„m. Ebor, 2 wife. 
' How f;ii llie above eight generations are oorreet, it is difficult to say. 



B DUGIMLES VLSITATION OK YORKSHIRE. 

Alice, inar. Tlionias ^\'ent^vol■tll, of South 
Kiikbv. uent., 14 Feb. 1604-5 (Tran- 
scripts — York), named in lier father's will. 

Bridf'et, mar John Blain, ~) ^j ;„ tu„:„ 

T ^ ' \i-i,- /-.I -1 1 / named in their 
Jane, mar. u illiam Child, ,■ n ., „ , „ ■„ 
nT II- 1 1 fii- i. { fathers will. 

Marv, mar. Richard Elliott. ) 

Rowland (X)." 

Alice, wife ot Thomai! Weniudrlh, of Thnrtiscoe 

Grange, in com. Ebor. 'Query if not the Alice 

dau. of William Watson above.) 

X. ROWLAND WAT SOX, of Sihden More, in com. Ebor.; 
mar. Agnes, daughter of Henry Cnrrer, of Kildwick, in 
com. Ebor., 19 June 1580 at Kildwick. They had issue — 

1. William Watson of Silsden Jfore : mar. . . . 

2. Hugh, dyed ivilhont issue. 
S. Edmund (XI). 

[X. EDMUND WATSON of Crosse Yate, in the parish of 
Bingley, in com. Ebor., died in Nov. a" D^ni 1660 ; mar. 
Mary, daughter of . . . Shakelton, of . . . in com. Ebor. 
They had issue — 

Edmund (XII). 

Mary, irijc of Ednard lionling, ot Shelley, in cum. 
Ebor. 

II. EDMUND WATSON, of Eastlmye (East Hague), in co. 
Ebor., n't 39 an. 7 Apr. 1666, d. 4 Jan 1683, wt. 58, bur. 
at South Kirkby. M.I ; mar Alice, daughter and coheir of 
Nathaniel Birkhead, of Eastage (East Hague ; .see Hunter's 
South Yorkshire, vol. ii, 452), in com. Ebor., Esq""., widow 
of Edmund Rogers, of Barnsley, in com. Ebor., 1 wife, at 
Bingley, 9 Jan. 1650-1, d. 9 Mai. 1655. Admon. at 
London, 1656. They had issue — 

Mary, ret. 12 ami. 7 Apr. lG6tJ ; mar. first Thomas 

Y'ai borough, Esq., of Campsall : secondly, Henry 

Currer, Esq., of Kildwick, bur. at Campsall, 

■27 Nov. 1730. 

Mar. Jane, daughter of Robert Wood, of Burton, in 'inn. 

Ebm-um, 2 wife', lie. 1661, d. 30 Jan. 1674, bur. at South 

Kirkby. M.T. Thev had issue — 

1. Edmund (XIII). 

2. Robert, of Wakefiel.l. 

(?) Hannah, d. in Mar. 16T0, Imi. at South Kirkby. 

Ti. EDMUND WATSON, of East Hai,'ue, ot. S ann. 7 Apr. 
a" 1660. Will 23 Sept. 1714, "pr. at York 17 Mar. 
1714-5; mar. at Darfield 30 Apr. 1691 Jane, dau. and 
coheir of Kev. Ralph Eaton, Rector of Darfield, bp. Aug. 
1671. Will 8 Nov. 1719, pr. at York. They had issue— 



iLKiDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



167 



XIV. 



Edmund (XIV). 

Ralph, admitted at St. John's College, Canibridi^e, 

11 Oct. 1712, let. eighteen. 
Heniy. 
Robert. 
John. 
Tliomas. 
Sarah. 
Anne. 
Jane. 

Kj:)\tUND WATSOjN, of East Hague, gent., b. 30 Mar. 
1G92 ; mar. Grace, dau of . . . Bean. (She remar. Rev. 
Henry Green, clerk, 1726, and had a daughter, Elizabeth 
Gi-een, b. 11 Sept. 1729, who married Rev. James Allot, 
X'icar of South Kirkbv. Thev became pos.sessed of East 
Hauue). Thev liad issue— 



XV. EDMUND WATSON, of l<:a 
d.s.p. He devised his estate ' 
his half-sister Elizabeth Allot. 



Ha 



it., only son, 
remainder to 




Mai ton, 28 Aug. 



Eobuitsaii 

Df 

iboiueton-litstljorougb. 



AitMS:— Vert, on ii chevron bet« 

cinqnefoils Gules. 
Crkst: — A buck triiipauc Or pell 



three bucks tripiuiut Oi-, 
and gorjjeil with u ch:ipli 

I. JOHN ROBYNSON, late cilizm of Loudun, and 



merchant 

1)1 the Staple, descended from the family of Robinson, 
sometime of Bray ton Basset, in co. Staff'., died in Febr. 
a" 1599, Merchant Tailor and Alderman, d. 19, bur. 
28 Feb. 1.599-1600, at St. Helen's, Bishopsgate, Loudon. 
M.I. Will 12 July 1-599; mar. Christian, eldest daughter 
of Thomas Anderson, citizen and yrocer of London, d. 24, 
bur. 2G Apr. 1592, at St. Helen's, Bishopsgate. They 
had issue - 



DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 

1. John Rohinson, of Hither (a quo Robinson of Rither). 

2. Henry Robinson, of Buckton (a quo Robinson of 

Buckton. See Gpn'-ahi/ifit, N.S., xi, 90). 

3. S'- Arthur Ro/nufoii (II).' 

4. Robert. 

5. Uuvijihry (a quo Robynson of Thicket). 
Catherine, mar. GifFord Watkyn, of Noi-thants. 
Ann, mar. Thomas Walthall, of London, mercei', lie. 

1589. 
Mary, mar. Sir Robert Sandve at St. Helen's, 

Bishopsgate, 24 Jan. 1593-4. 
Elizabeth, mar. Thomas JefFre}', of Ikenham. 
Christian, mar. Thomas Richardson, of London, 

Alderman, at St. Helen's, Bishopsgate, 12 Apr. 

1586. 



S'- ARTHUR ROBINSON of Dujhton, in com. Ebor., K'., 
died a" 164^, havimj been High Shireeve of Yorkeshire, 
8 Car. /, a mercer in London, bur. at Escrick, 10 Dec, 
1642. Will, 19 Sept. 1642, pr. at York, 7 Dec. 1643 
(unregistered); mar. Elizabeth, daughter of William. Wal- 
thall, mercer, lie. 20 Apr. 1603, at Hackney, bur. at St. 
Peter's, Cornhill, London, 2 Oct. 1612. Thev had issue — 
Luke (III). 

1. Elizabeth, bp. at St. Peter's, Cornhill, 13 May, 1609, 

died unmarried. 

2. Margaret, bp. at St. Peters, Cornhill, 28 Sept. 1612, 

wife of Robert Je<ion or Bu.vfon in com. Nor/f., 
Esq'-. • ■ 

William, bp. at St. Peter's, Cornhill, 3 June 1604. 
William, bp. at St. Peter's, Cornhill, 28 Apr. 1606. 
Arthui-, bp. at St. Peter's, Cornhill, 28 Feb. 1607-8, 

bur. there 13 May 1609 
Henry, bp. at St. Peter's, Cornhill, 8 Sept. 1611. 
Mar. secondly Jane, da. of S'' John Garrett, K', Alderman 
of the Cittij of London, second u-it'e, bur. at Escrick, 
21 May 1636. They had issue— 
John ") 

Arthur V see Robinson of Dighton. 
Jane ) 



LUKE ROHYN.'iON, of Thornton. Riseborough, in com. 
Ebor., Esq'., cet. f)5 ann. S8 Aug. a' 1665, bp. at St. 
Peter's, Cornhill, 6 Sept. 1610, M.P. for North Ri.ling 
in the time of the Commonwealth. Will 3 July 1669, 
pr. at York, to be bur. at Pickering (vol. 1, 461); mar. 
Frances, da. of Phineas //od;/.<oj,, D'^ lit Divinity <b 
Chancelonr of y' Cathedrall ot Yorke, 1 wife, at Belfrevs, 
York, 9 May 1633, bp. tliere, 11 Mar. 1614 5, bur. "at 
York Minster, Oct. 1634. Thev had issue-- 



duudale's visitation of YORKSHIHK. I(i9 

Jane, tvi/'; of Thomas: Stranyways, of Pickering, in 
com. Ebor., Exq'-.,^ she was bp. at Belfreys, 27 Mar. 
1634, mar. at Pickering, 14 Mar. 1654-5, bur. 
tliere, 16 Mar. 1662-3. 
Mar. Mary, daugh. of Edivard Fennell, of Woodhall in 
com. Wigo7-ii., Esq'., 2 wife, lie. 1636 at St. Lawrence, York, 
bur. at York Minster, 6 Aug. 1642. They had issue — 
1. Arthur, died yonny, bp. at Belfreys, 1 Nov. 1637. 
Cath., died youny, hp. at Belfreys, 12 Jan. 1638-9. 
Martha, died youny, bp. at Belfreys, 3 Jan. 1639-40. 
Mar. Judith, daughter of S'' John Reade, of Wrangle, in 
CO. Line, Knt, 3'''' wife, exix. of her husband. They had 
issue — 

1. Luke Robinson, <et. H, ann. 28 Any. 166o, named 

in his father's will. 
"2. Arthur, (et. 11 ann. 1665, exor. of his father. 
3. John, (tt. 10 ann. 1665, exor. of his father. 
Judith, co-ex. of her father. 



OUSE AND D.4RWENT W.-VPENTAKE. Yorke, 9° Sept. 1665. 




ilobyiisou 



of 



Chirlut. 



Aems :— Vert, on a chevron between three stags trippant Or, three cinquefoils 

Gules, an annulet for difference. 
Crest:— A stag trippant Or, pelletteo, attired of the first, gorged with a 
chaplet Vert, on the breast an annulet Azure. 
I. JOHN ROBYNSON, Merchant of the Staple, and Alderm. 
of the Citty of London, died in February a" 1599, bur. at 
8t. Helen's, Bishopsgate, 28 Feb. 15991600. M.I. Will 
12 July 1599; mar. Catherine (Christian), eldest daughter 
of Thu. Anderson, Citizen and Grocer of London, d. 24, 
bur. 26 Apr. 1592 at St. Helen's, Bishopsgate. They had 
issue — 

1. John Robinxcu. <f liythcr in com. Ebor. 
> Their grandson Thomas Strangways took the name of Hohinson (see 
Strangvvays Pedigree, Oenetilogixt, N.S.. xx, 1.1S). 



170 DUUDALe's visitation of YORKSHIRE 

.-■'. Jli-nry (a quo Kobins(Mi, uf BuL-ktoii. See G'ei/m/uijist, 

X.S., vol. xi, 90). 
,J. Arthur (a quo Robinson, of Diglitoii and Thoiiitou 

Riseboi-ougli). 
^. Robert. 
5. Hximphrty (II). 

Five daugliters. (.See p. 22.5 aljove.) 

II. HUMPHRY ROBINSON, of Thicket, Esq., died in Sept. 
a" 1626, bur. 7 Oct. 1626, at Wheldrake (C.B.N.). Will 
o Oct. 1626, pr. at York 3 Mar. 1626-7 (vol. xxxix, 85); 
mar. Anne, d<mi//Uer of Richard Fi/ot, Alderman of' London, 
exec, of lier h'u.sband, bur. 30 Sept. 1636, at SVheldrake 
(C.B.N.). Thev had is.sue — 
1. Richard \lll). 
i2. llinnphrij Robinson, died icilhoiU issiie^ named in liis 

father's will. 
/. Elizabeth, first married to Willni. Breary, Alderman 
of Yorke ; and after to Peter Bradley, of Louthe 
in com. Line. 
..'. Anne, bur. 3 Jan. 1688-9 at Wheldrake (U.B.N.), 
named in her father's will. 

HI. RICIJARB ROBINSON of Thicket, in com. Ebor., Esq'^., 
noiv one of his Ma''" Justices of the Peace in this county, 
fit. 62 an. 9 Sept. a" 1605 ; mar. Elizabeth, daui/hter 
unto John Bradley, ol' Louthe, in com. Lincoln, Es/f. 
They had issue — 

Richard {IV ). 

Jane, icif'e of Henry Edmund--', of U'orsbrou</h, in 
CO. Ebor.' Esq'-., (1. .5. l)ui-. at Worslxjrough 9 Oct. 
1 (583. 

IV. RICHARD ROB YN SON, son and heir, wt. 2U annorum 

9 Sept. 16t>o, of Thicket, bp. at Wheldrake 18 Apr. 1639; 

mar. Jane, daiu/htei- of .John Ackeroyd, of Folkerthorp, 

"^*^ in com. Ebor., Esq":, bp. at Bubwith 8 Mav 1638, bur. at 

Wheldrake 31 Jan. 1695-6. They had is.sue — 

Hnmphrey (V). 

Elizidii-ih cet. 2 ati. et (J mens. 9 Sept. 166.5 ; mar. 
Tiuiotiiv Johnson, Bector of Bubwith. 
> S-ik — Richard. Will 19 Jan. 1702, pr. at York (vol. Ixiv, 408). 
Jane. 

. . ., mar. Henry Tayloi-, of Whitmoie. 
Rebecca, mar. . . . 

V. HUMPHREY ROBINSON, ESQ., of Thicket, wt. S mensium 
!)'• Sept. a" 1665, bur. at Wheldrake 20 Apr. 1 705 ; mar. 
Rebecca, dau. of Nicholas More, of Austrop, 1690, bp. at 
Whitkirk 12 July Ifili-"") (remar. 21 Oct. 1706, Rev. 
ClirLstopher Arinitage, of ^Nlirtield, at St. Margaret's, York). 
They had issue — 



DUGDALe's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 171 

Hu.iiphiy. 

Richard. 

Heiiiy. 

Nicholas (VI). 

Marj-, mar. Hugh Pallisei', of North Deightoii. 

VI. NICHOLAS R0BIN80N, ESQ., of Thicket, Capt. R.N., 
heir to his brothers, d. s.p. 1753. Will 16 Dec. 1752, 
pr. at York 14 Feb. 1754 (vol. xcviii, 20), leaving his 
property to his illegitimate daughter, Sarah Brearer, with 
reversion to Hugh Pallisei-, his nephew ; mar. 4 Feb. 
1728, Sarah, dau. of Wm. Vavasor, of Weston. 

Authorities— York Wills, Radclitte MSS., Brooke Bequest (Yorks. 
Arch. Society). 



Yin-ko, 19 Martij, 

latigkp of lorkf. 

cockatrice with the tail iiowcd Sable crested ami 
)u of the last. 

He refers liimselfe to the Visitation of Berk, tor proofe of \ ^ arn 



I. HENRY LAXGLEY, of Hill-End, in com. Berk,. Had 
issue — 

II. THOMAS LAiVGLEY, of Clifton, in com. Oxon. Had 



III. WILLIAM LANGLEY, of Akivyfov, in com.. Berks, died in 

a" . . . ; mar. . , . daughter of .John Carryer of . . . in 
com. . . . They had issue — 

IV. WILLIAM LANGLEY, M'- of Arts, sometime of Pembroke 

Colledye in Oxford, now residiny in y Citty of Yorke, cetatis 
57 ann. W Martij a" Domini 1665, bur. 9' May 1679, at 
St. Saviour's, York. (C.B.N.) Will, no date, 1678, pr. at 
York, 23 May 1679 (vol. Iviii, p. 281); mar. Anne, 
dauyhter of Henry Lanyley of Hill-Eiid in com. Berks, 
1 wife, obijt sine prole. Mar. Priscilla, dauyhter of Henry 
Ayscouyh of the Citty of Yovke, 9J wife, bur. 8 Dec. 1682 
at St. Saviour's, York (C.B.N. ), e.\ecutrix of her husband. 



172 du(;i>alk's visitation ok vorkshikk. 

STBAi'-FORr) AND TuKiiir.r. Wapextakk. Vorkc, 20 Martij, 1665. 

CrasbalD of linitUu. 

The amies refeiTed to the Bookes of Lancash. 



/. RICHARD CRA.SHA II', of Crashan; in com. Lane Had 
issue — 

1. Richard Crasha/r, of Crashan; in com. Lane. Had 

issue. 

2. Robt (II). 

S. Richard Crashaw, of Dodwm'th, in co. Ebor. 



5. Edrvard, } dyed without issue. 

1. Dinas, wife of Francis Sf afford, of Boduorfh, 

Ebor. 

2. Helen. 



II. RORt CRASHAW, of Bentley, in co. Ebor., died circa an. 
1642 ; mar. Joane, da. and coheire of WiUid Rymer, of 
Bentley, in co. Ebm: They had issue — 
Will'm (III). 
1. Juane, wije of Rob' Pettie, of Sutton-upoit-Lound, in 

com. Nott^ 
2". Anne, wife of John Jaques, of Epwm-th, in co. Line. : 
mar. at Aiksey, 20 Oct.' 1633. 

HI. WILLIAM CRASHAW, gent., of Bentley, in com. Ebor., 
(et. 65 annor. 20 Martij a" 1665, afterwards of Doncaster, 
died s.p. Will 22 June, pr. at York 29 July 1675 
(vol. Ivi, 112), leaving his propertj' to his cousins, Dionis 
and Margaret Wade, John, William and Elizabeth Arthur, 
William Petty, Samuel XJshei', Thomas and Frances Levett ; 
mar. Audrey, wid. of . . . Cooke, dauijhter and coheire of 
William Turner, of Doncaster, in com. Ebor., lie. 16.34. 



DUGDALe's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 173 

OSGODCROSSE WAPENTAKE. Plllllfret, 1' Aug. 1065. 




JFraiike 



of 



JPomfret. 



Arms : — Vert, a saltire engrailed Or. 

I. PERCrVAL FRANKS, of Pontefiact, gent., said to have 
been a j'ounger son of William Franke, of Alwoodley. Will 
26 Aug." 1 Mary, pr. at York 26 Apr. 1554 (vol. xiv, 64); 
mar. Jane . . . , mentioned in her luisband's will. They 
had issue — 

Henry Franke, of Pontefract, purchased lands with 
his brother 3 Jas. I, d. unniar., bur. in AUhallows' 
Church, Pontefract, 16 Mar. 1626-7. Will 17 Jan. 
1626-7, pr. at York 13 Apr. 1627 (vol. xxxix, 142), 
to be buried " near his sister Twaites " 
John (II). 

Jane, named in her father's will. 
Isabell, mar. Richard Thwaites, Alderman of Ponte- 
fract, founder of Thwaites Hospital there, bur. at 
Pontefract 18 Apr. 1611. 

II. JOHN FRANKE, of Pomfret, died in a" 16;>4, vel circ. 
Mayor 1600—1614, bur.' there 10 June 1622. Will 
16 Jan. 1618-9, pr. at York 2 July 1622 (vol. xxxvii) ; 
mar. Dorothy, daughter ot . . . Bawne, (Balne), ... of 
Baimie Towne, in com. Ehoru., bur. at Pontefract 17 Mar. 
1647-8. Will 23 Apr. 1647, pr. at London 12 May 1651 
(Abs. York. Rec. Ser., vol. ix, 28). They had issue— 
1. Richard Franke, of Pomfret, of whom no issue male 
is remayns, of Campsall, bp. at Pontefract 20 Feb. 
1591-2, bur. at Campsall Dec. 1661. Will 26 Nov. 
1661, pr. at York 13 Feb. 1661-2 (vol. xliv, 84); 
mar. 29 Dec. 1619 at St. Martin, Coney St., York, 
Ann, dau. of Bernard Ellis, Recorder of York, bur. 
at Campsall 24 Dec. 1662. They had issue- 
John, bp. at Campsall 31 Mar. 1622, 

admitted at Gray's Inn 18 Nov. 1639. 
Riciiard, bp. at Campsall 31 July 1627, 
educated at Laughton, admitted at St. 
John's College, Cambridge, 10 May 1648 



174 du<;i)alk',s visitation of Yorkshire. 

and Gray's Inu 28 Dec. 1649, bur. at 

Cauipsall 7 Dec. 1657. 
Robert, bp. at Campsall 28 Nov. 1632, bur. 

there 4 Way 1640. 
Anil, mar. Edward Ashton, of Club Cliffe, 

Methley, at Laughton 16 Feb. 1652-3. 

Tlieir sons Edward and Matthew as.sumed 

the name of Frank on .succeeding to the 

Campsall estates. 
Jane, mar. John Pelham, of Hull. She was 

bur. at Campsall 23 May 1658. 
Margaret, bp. at Campsall 17 July 1636, 

bur. there 4 Apr. 1643. 
Marv. bp. at Campsall 16 Apr., bur. there 

7" Nov. 1640. 

2. Robert (III). 

3. Charles Frank, of Pontefract, merchant, bp. at Ponte- 

fract 8 June 1607, bur. there 3 July 1657; mar. 
Jane, daughter of John Keeling. They had issue — 
John, educated at Wakefield School, admitted 
at St. John's, College, Cambridge, 12 May 
1653, let. .seventeen ; executor and legatee 
of his uncle Matthew. 
Martha. 
Alice, d. 1 June 1656, set. circ. eighteen. 

4. Matheio Franke, died unmarried, Mayor of Pontefract 

1649, bur. there 16 Sept 1658. Will 8 Sept. 
1658, pr. at London 31 Mav 1659 (Abs. Yorks. 
Rec. Ser., ix, 144). 

1. Jane, wife unto John (1 Richard) Gale, slie was bp. at 

Pontefract 10 Feb. 1593-4, mar. there 5 Nov. 1616. 

2. Isabell, ivije unto Will'" Otes, of Pomtret, she was 

bp. there 28 Apr. 1596, mar. there 24 Feb. 1621-2, 
bur. there 25 Mar. 1664. 

3. Alice, ivit'e of iVathaniel J'^yre, of Brantley, in co. 

Eborum., she was bp. at Pontefract 14 Jan. 1598-9, 
mar. tliere 18 Jan. 1619-20, bur. at Braithwell 
27 June 1663. M.I. 

4. Elizabeth, y' wife unto Will. Wood, of the Laiies, in 

com. Eborum., she was bp. at Pontefract 25 June 
1601, mar. there 23 Sept. 1633. 

5. Anne, the loife of William Wakefield, of Pomfret, she 

was bp. there'22 Nov. 1612, m'ar. there 5 May 1635. 

6. Rosamund, y-' wi/e of John Booth, of Glossop, in 

com. Dei-bice, she was bp. at Pontefract 22 Nov. 

1612, mar. there 14 Sept. 1630 (remar. William 

Savile, of Coplev, at Arksev 30 j\Iav 1639), bur. 

at Arksey 2 Oct. 1640. 

III. ROBERT FRANKE, of Pomfret and Knottinglev, died in 

a" 1663, Mavor of Pontefract 1628 and 1652, bur. at 

Pontefract 23" Apr. 1663. Will 6 April, pr. 13 Aug. 1663 

(vol. xlv, 610) ; mm: EH:, danyhf^r or Richard Abbot, of 



UUGDALKS VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 175 

Preston Jacklin, in cum. Lane. (Ebor.) at Featherstone 
22 Sept. 1630, bp. there 25 Sept. 1608. Will 6 Oct. 
1686 (Vacancy Wills, York). Thev had issue— 
John (IV). 

Robert, bp. at Pontefract 23 Mar. 1650-1, mentioned 
in his father's will, but not in his mother's, d. s.p. 
Dorothy, mar. William Busfield, of Leeds. 
Elizabeth, mar. William Scrimshire, of Cotgrave. 
Debora, mar. Robert Rither, of Rither Hall, in the 
Isle of Axholme, she was bp. at Pontefract 31 July 
1654, mentioned in her nephew Robert Frank's will 
1737. 
IV. JOHA' FRANKE, of Pomfret, ait. S2 ann. 7 Any. 1665, 
Mayor 1660, 1663 and 1694, bur. at Pontefract 21 Mar. 
1697-8. Will 6 Feb. 1697-8, pr. at York (vol. Ixxxvi, 43); 
mar. Afary, daughter and coheir of W"' Harbred, of 
Wistow, in co. Ebor., at Featherstone 5 Apr. 1659. They 
had issue — 

Robert (V). 
Mary, (?) d. young. 

Richard, admitted at St. John's, Cambridge, 2 Apr. 
1692, »X. sixteen, (?) bp. at Pontefract 29 Sept. 
1674, named in his father's will and had an 
annuity of £30 in his sister Dorothy's will. 
Edward, had £1,000 in his father's will. 
Dorothy, bp. at Pontefract 17 Sept. 1667, d. unniar. 
Will 29 Mar. 1728, pr. at York 30 Aug. 1729. 
(?) Mar. secondly Katherine, dau. of Sir Thomas Bland, 
Bart, of Kippax. 
V. ROBERT FRANK, ESQ., of Pontefract, wi. 5 an. 7 Any. 
1665, bp. at Pontefract 2 Feb. 1659-60, Recorder of 
Pontefract, M.P., admitted at Gray's Inn 16 May 1678, 
bur. at Pontefract 6 Sept. 1738. M.I. Will 26 Dec. 
1737, pr. at York 24 July 1741 (vol. Ixxxvii, 434); mar. 
Elizabeth, dau of Ralph Lowther, of Ackworth Park, at 
Ackworth, 21 Feb. 1698-9, bur. in the ruined church of 
Pontefract 10 Mar. 1726. M.I. They had issue- 
John, bp. at Pontefract 1709,' bur. there 7 Mar. 

1709-10. 
Elizabeth, dau. and coh., roar, first Samuel Savile, 
Esq., of Thribergh, at Ackworth 29 Dec. 1724; 
secondly John Hoare, Esq., at Featherstone 11 Aug. 
1736. 
Catherine, dau. and coh., mar. first John Smyth, Esq., 
of Heath, at .\ck\vorth 1726 ; secondly Thomas 
Standish, Esq., of Duxbury. 
Margaret, dau. and coh., mar. Richard Frank, Esq., 
of Campsall (s<m of Matthew Ashton, afterwards 
Frank, and grandson of Ann, dau. of Richard 
Frank, Esq., of Campsall, see ante p. 174). From 
them descends F. Bacon Frank, Esq., of Campsall. 



176 duodalk's visitation ok Yorkshire. 

The Borough of Lkkdks. Wakefeild, 5" Apr. 



Eossf 

of 

Cbapdl- Alteon, 




bougets Or. 



T. WILLIAM ROSSE, who held certain lands in lymanthorpe, 
in com. Ebor., for terme of life of h'ob'. Nosne, of Igman- 
/horpe, as appeareth by the last Will and Testament of the 
said Robert, bearing date 22 H. 8. Had i.ssue — 

IT. WILLIAM KOSSE, of Hramley, in .-om. Eborum. Had 

issue — 

III. ROBERT RO-->SE, of Bramley, in com. Ebor., bur. at Leeds 

26 July 1581. Will 10 Mar. 15801, pr. at York 5 Oct. 
1581 [testator called Wrose] {vol. xxii, 171); mar. Anne, 
daughter of ... Beaumont, of Honley, in com. Ebor. 
They had issue — 
/. Robert (IV). 

2. William Rosse, an Attorney, of FurniralVs Inne, died 
in anno 1648. 
Jolin, mentioned in his father's will. 

IV. ROBERT ROS.SE, of Bramley, died in a" 1625 or there- 

abouts, bur. at the Parish Church, Leeds, 25 Sept. 1625, 
(?)adraon. 10 Nov. 1625 as " Robert Wrosse " ; mar. Agnes 
(1 Anne), daughter of John Wood, of Bramley, in coin. 
Ebor., at Leeds II Feb. 16U, bur. there 22 Nov. 1633. 
They had issue — 

1. Robert (V). 

2. John Rosse, a Merchant in Leedes, bp. there 4 June 

1620; (?)mar. Elizabeth Fletcher, of Barn borough, 
(Dbur. at Leeds 24 Oct. 1677. 
;>'. William Rosse, died unmarried, bp. at Leeds 16 Feb. 
162|. 
Hannah, wife of William Waugh, of Leedes, she 
was bp. at Leeds 4 Dec. 1625, (?) bur. there 
29 Aug. 1683. 



DUGOALES VISITATION OK YORKSHIRE. 



177 



ROBERT ROSSE, of Chapell AUerlon, in the parish of 
Luedea, in co. Ebor., nt. ^8 annor. o" Apr. a" D'ni 1666, 
bp. at Leeds 24 Aug. 1617 ; mar. Aiine, dauyhter of Raphe 
Yoward, or Wexturdale, in Blackamore, in com. Ebor., t/ent. 
They had is.sue — 

1. Robert. 

2. Raphe, bp. at Leeds 8 Jan. 1654. 

3. Richard, bp. at Leeds .5 Mat- 16.5|. 

4. William, bp. at Leeds 27 Apr. 1665. 

Susan, (1) mar. James Metcalfe, Minister of Chapel 

AUerton 1 Sept. 1673. 
Hillary, bp. at Leeds 6 Nov. 1656, bur. there 25 Sept. 

1657. 
John, bur. at Leeds 10 Sept. 1657. 
(?) William, bur. at Leeds 23 Feb. 1659-60. 
Henry, bp. at Leeds 12 Nov. 1662. 
Ann, bp. at Leeds 21 Sept. 1653, bur. there 6 Nov. 

1658. 



N.B.— The Leeds Parisii Reg 
on this family. 



)t throw any more light 



Vorke, 21i Martij, 1665. 

IrlltDOoti 
of 



Arms : — Gules, three caltrapa Argent. 

T. ROGER BELLWOOD,^ a .1/'" of Arts, Uv^d in the eitty or 
Yorke, dyed in a" 1646 or thereabouts, bur. 24 Nov. 1646 
at St. Crux, York (C.B.N.) ; mar. Catherine, daw^hter 
of . . Jackson, bur. 6 Dec. 1636 at St. Crux, York 
(C.B.N.). They had issue— 




' There are marriage licences 1638, Roger Belhvood, Clerk, Rector of St. 
Crux, and Ann Smith, widow ; and 1643, Roger Belwood, Clerk, Vicar of St. 
Crux, and Sarah Askwith. Drake does not mention the name in his list of 
Vicars of St. Crux. 



178 D0<iOALK's VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 

Josias (II). 

Anne, died unmarried. 

II. JOSIAS BELLWOOD, of Leathley, in com. Ehorum, died 
a' 1652, Clerk, A.M., of St. Crux, York; mar. Mary, daughter 
of George Aiscough, of Ywke, lie. 1637 at Goodranigate, 
York. They had issue — 
Eager (III). 

1. Anne, died unmarried 

2. Elizabeth. 

III. ROGER BELWOOD, noiv a Stti,dent of y Middle Temple, 
London, (et. 25 an. 21 Mart. 1665, Sergeant-at-Law, bur. 
30 Mar. 1694 at St. Crux, York. 

N.B. — John Bourchier, Esq., of Beningborough, is said to have 
married Mary, dau. of Roger Bel wood, Sergeant-at-Law. 



HOLDERNESS, NoRTH BAILIWICK. Hull, 4" Sept. 1665. 

Harrison of Hnriusfi). 

The proofes of the arnies respited. 

/. HARRISON of Bi>iglesivm-th (l 'Biggleswade) in com. 

Bed/. 

II. THOMAS HARRISON, of Burwaxh, in com. Sussex; mar. 
Susan, daughter of John Polleil of Preston Hoiise, in 
y parish of Shoreham in Kent. They had issue — 

1. John Harrisoii, of Burivash in co. Susse.r. Had 

issue. 

2. 'Thomas (III). 

S. Robert Harrison, of Icklesham. in com,. Sussex. 

III. THOMAS HA RRISON, of Homesey (Hornsea) in Holdemesse, 
aet. 4~ ann. 4 Sept. a" 1665, bur. at Horiusea 5 Apr. 
1680 (C.B.N.). Will 28 Apr. 1671, pr. at York 17 May 
1680 (vol. Iviii, 26), in which he is called "sometime 
schoolmaster," and said to have been born at Burwash. 
He mentions his cousin, Mr. Thomas Snatt, his sister's 
son, of Lewes. 



UU(iUALE's VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 179 

Dickering Wapentake. Kilham, 31 Aug. 1665. 




iurk 



of 



JFlatmaiibu. 



Arms : — Lozeugy Or aud Azure, a canton Ermine. 
Crest : — A portcullis Azure, garnished and chained Or. 

I. ,S''- JOHN BUCK, of Hanby Grange, in co. Line, A''., which 
he purchased of Thos. Sidney about 2 Sept. 1590; Provost 
Marshal in the expedition to Cadiz, knighted there 27 June 
1596, d. 20 Nov., bur. at St. Giles, Cripplegate, 21 or 
26 Nov. 1596. Will 23 Mar. 1595-6, pr. 2 Dec. 1596; 
mar. Kleanor, daughter and heire of John Wymarke, of 
Gretford, in com. Line, (remar. Sir Wm. Rigden, Knt., of 
Dowsby). Will 23 Sept. 1612. They had issue— 

II. S'' JOHN RUCK, of HanJiy Grange, K'., dud afterwards 
of Fih-y, in co. Ebor., died in a' 1648, knighted at 
Whitehall 23 July 1603, High Sheriff co. Line. 1619, d. 
1648; admon. 1651 at Somerset House; mar. Elizabeth, 
daughter and heire of Willni Green, of Filr.y, in com. Ebor., 
mar. lie. 1616. Will 28 Dec. 1668, pr. 16 Feb. 1671-2. 
They had issue — 

iS'' John Buck, of Hanby Grange, in co. Line, Bar'. 
(A quo Buck, of Hanby Grange, see " Lincolnshire 
Pedigrees," Harl. Soc, vol. 1.) 
liobeit (III). 

Elizabeth, mar. first William Wyvill, of Osgodby, 
CO. York, .secondly Matthew Beckwith, of Tanfield, 
bur. there 1 Sept. 1674. 
Frances, mar. Marmaduke Constable, Esq., of Wassand, 
mar. lie. 1637 at Fylingdales, d. 2, bur. 4 June 
1644 at Goxhill. 

III. EGBERT BUCK, of Flotmanby, in com. Ebor, nt. o4 ann. 
.n Aug. a" 1665, of Gray's Inu ; mar. Mary, daughter of 
Edward Skipwith, of Grantham, in com. Line, bp. there 
10 June 1634. Thev had issue— 
1. John (IV). 
Z. William, a-t. 2 an. 1665. 



180 



DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



(?) Robert, with his son Robert and daughter 

Elizabetli, mentioned in his sister Mary's will. 
1. Elizabeth. 
i> Fayth, bp. 5. Oct. 1657, at St. Martin's, Coney St., 

York. 
o. Aline, C?) mar. . . . Lutton. 
4. Mary, of Flotmanby, spinster. (>) Will 2 May 1713, 

pr. at York (vol. Ixxviii, 10), mentions brothers 

John and Robert. 

IV. JO/JA^ BUCK, ESQ., of Flotmanbv, cet. 7 ann. SI Auy. 
1665, bp. 16 Feb. 1658-9 at St." Martin's, Coney St., 
York. (?) Adraon. 28 Oct. 1698 to Anne Lutton and 
Mary Buck, sisters. 

N.B.— There is a will at York of Robert Buck, Esq., of Flotmanby, 
3 Dec. 1731, leaving all lands in Filey, etc., to his wife Elizabeth. 



OSGODCROSSK W;\ 




%QQX\)t 

of 



heads erect and erased within a bordure Sable 
ducallj' gorged . . . Query the colours. 



I. Sill RAl'HE BOOT HE, of Barton, in co. Lane, K,. ; mar. 
Catherine, daughter to . . . Stanley. They had issue — 
1. Ralph lioothe. 
S. Charles (It). 



II. CHARLES BOOTHE, mar. . . . daughter oi John Towneley, 
of Glossop, in CO. Derh., Exq. They had issue — 
Rohert (III). 



DUGDALES VISITATION OB' YORKSHIRE. 181 

III. ROBERT BOOTHS, of Glossop, in com. Derb. ; mar. Jane, 

daughter of . . . Bramhall. They had issue — 

1. Georye (IV). 

2. Nicholas Boothe, of Fontefract, in c.o. Ehor. (A (|U() 

Booth, of Pontefract.) 
S. Raphe Boothe, of . . . in Glossopdale, in com. Derb. 

IV. GEORGE BOOTHE, of Glossop, died in 16S6 ; mar. Dorothy, 

daughter of Alan Austivicke, of Pontfraet, in co. Ehorum, 
at Featherstone 1.3 Sept. 1610. They had issue — 
John (V). 
1. Mary, wile of 7'homas Wheatley, of Whitecrosae, in 

CO. Ebor. 
S. Elizabeth, wife of Samuell Cryer, Minister of Caatle- 
ton, in CO. Eborum. 

V. JOHN BOOTHE, of Glossop, in com. Derb., died in his 
father's lifetime, adnion. 30 Apr. 1636 to Rosanaond his 
widow ; mar. Rosamund, daughter of John Frankc, of 
Pomfrett, in co. Ebor., at Pontefract 14 Sept. 1630 
(remar. William Savile, Esq., of Cridling Park, at Arksey 
30 May 1639), she was bur. at Arksey 2 Oct. 1640. They 
had issue — 

Georye (VI). 

Dorothy, ivife of Edward Harrison, a planter in the 
Barbadoes. 

VI. GEORGE BOOTHE, of Crydliny Parke, in com. Ebor., (et. SO 
an. 7 Aug. 1665, b. at Glossop, admitted at St. John's 
College, Cambridge, 12 Mav 1653, set. eighteen, bur. at 
Knottingley Chapel 19 Mar." 1680-1. Will 11 Nov. 1680, 
pr. at York 29 Aug. 1681 (vol. lix, 128); mar. Dorothy, 
daughter of Arthur Ingram, of Knottingley, in com. Ebor., 
at Pontefract 10 Api-. 16.56, bp. at St. Olave's, York, 
23 Oct. 1637 (C.B.N. ), bur. in Knottingley Chapel 31 .June 
1671 (Pontefract Register). They had issue — 

1. John, (et. 6 ann. 7" Auy. 1665. 

2. William, bp. at Darrington 28, bur. there 29 .June 

1665. 
George, bp. at Darrington 17 Feb. 1669-70. 

1. Katherine, of London, spinster. 

2. Hester, of Berkswell, co. Warw., spinster. Will 

19 Nov. 1688, pr. at York 2 June 1690, to be 
bur. at Berkswell, names her sister Katherine, of 
London, spinster, sister Rosamund, her bi-otlier and 
uncle William Savile. 
S. Mary, bp. at Darrington 31 May 1664. 

Rosamund, bp. at Darrington 27 Aug. 1667. 



182 DU(;I)ALKS VISITATION OP" YORKSHIRE. 

OsGoncRcissK Wapkntakk. Yurke, 13o Aug. 1666. 

lootlj nf }3ontffract. 

■'s tieails erect and eraser] within a border engrailed 



ROBERT BOOTH, of Gloss„p, in com. Derbies ; mar. Jane, 
daughter to . . . Bramhall. They liad issue — 
1. John (George, see previou.s Pedigree). 
'J. Nicholas (II). 

5. Georye Booth, of Gloxaop. Had is.sue — 
Thomas Booth, of G'losxop. 

NICHOLAS BOOTH, of I'onlefract ; mar. Jane, daughter 
of John Tatham, of I'ont-fract. They had issue — 

1. Gervaae, an Ensign bearer under the Lord Vere in 

the Netherlands. 

2. John Booth, Leivet"' of Horse under the D^hke of 

Ormond in Ireland, a serv' to D'' V.fher, Arch B''P of 
Armagh ; mar. Jan,-, dn. to . . . Walker, ol Wake- 
field. Tliey had issue — 
Robert Booth. 

5. William Booth, Keeper ol I'untefract parke, 13 Aug. 

1666, (t) bur. at Pontefract ; mar. Ellen, daughter 
of Robert Wildman, (?) bur. at Pontefiact, 13 Juue 
1665. Tliey had is.sue— 

Ellen dyed unmarried, (1) bur. :23 Mar. 
1651-5 at Pontefract. 
4. George, dyed iii Pontefract Castle during the seige 

there. 
5 Thomas Booth, of Fomfret ; mar. .\lary, daughter of 
John Turner, of Pontefract. 

6. Edward (III). 

7. Robert Booth, of Seazey ; mar. Kufheriiie, ila. to 

Will. Nelson, of Thnrpfield, near Thnske (Thirsk), 
in CO. Ebor. They had issue — 

1. Emannell. 

2. Ri.bert. 

3. Will'". 

4. Timothy. 

5. Joseph 

6. John. 
Elizabeth. 
Mary, ivife to 

bridge, in co 
Anne, wife to John Wagstaf, of Glo.i.''op. 
Elizabeth, tvije to Richard 'More, of Carleton. 
Marg'., wife to William C<>ll<t. of Fetherston. 
Mary, unfe to Edinird Mllihi/. 



Samuel Halleleij, 
. Ebor. 



Jane, ivife to 
at Pdntefr 



DUGDALe's visitation of YOKKSHIRE. 183 

EDWARD BOOTH, Alder{mz.n), of Pomfret, a' 1666, 
Malster, bur. at Pontefract 9 June 1680. Will 31 May 
1680, pr. at York 17 Apr. 1681 (vol. lix, 27); mar. Edith, 
da. to Will"' Kellani, Alder(msin) of Pomfret, bur. 7 Aug. 
1662, at Pontefract. They had issue — 
^Si^) William ^IV). 
1. Sarah, bp. 14 Mar 1653-4, at Pontefract, executrix 

of her father. 
2 Elizabeth, mar. . . . Littlewood. 

S. Jane, bp. 26 May 1662, at Pontefract, bur. there 
11 Sept. 1667. 
Anne, b. at Pontefract 1656, bur. there 2 July 1656. 

SIR WILLIAM BOOTH, bp. at Pontefract, 5 July 1657, 
bur. at Greenwich 18 Feb. 1702-3 (Dr. Sykes"), mar. 
Rosamond Harrison, of Stepney, dau. of Mrs. Dorothy 
Littleton als. Harrison, at St. Giles in-the-Fields, London, 
14 May 1685, bur. at Greenwich 28 July 1718. Will 
24 June, pr. 13 Sept. 1718. They had issue — 

Edward, living 1718. 

William, living 1718. 

John, bur. at Kensington 14 Jan. 1693. 

Mary, mar. Wardell Andrewes, of Barbados, at 
Westminster Abbey, 3 June 1703. 

Elizabeth, nVar. Hon Abel Alleyne, of Barbados 

Dorothy, bur. 18 May 1693, at Kensington. 



Dickering VVapf.ntakk. Kilham, 31° Aug. 




of 



®I)orp£. 



Akms:— Sable, on a beud Ai-gent three fleurs-de-lis of the field. 
Crest : — A wolf's head erased Sable, collared and ringed Or. 

I. THOMAS WOOD, of Thorpe, in parish of Rudston, in com. 
Ebor., died about the year 16S2 ; mar. Manjarcf, daughter 
of Nicholas Richardson, of Barnby, in com. Ebor. They 
had issue — 



184 



UUGUALKS VlsriAI'lON OK YORKSHIRE. 



1. Bernard (TI) 
;.''. ThoinuK, died u-illwut issnf. 
Aline, died tinm<irried. 

BERNARD WOOD, oj Thorpe, died in lfi65 or thereabouts; 
mar. Elizabeth Jewetson, daughter of Gilbert Jeivelson, of 
Nafferton, in com. Ebor , lie. 1624. Tliey had issue — 
Thomas (Til). 

1. Maryaret, wije. of Will. S'. Quintiu, of Haytou, a 

youiiyer son to S'' Will. S'. Quint in, Bur'. ; mar. 

at kudston 11 Di-c. 1649, bur. at Havton 
8 Sept. 1691. 

2. Elizabeth, wife of Thomas l/axfell, of' lliitton upon 

Danvent, in com. Ebor. ; mar. at Riid.ston, 11 Nov. 
1647. 
o. Anne, wife of Thomas H'. Qnintin, of Flamborouyh, 
E.'^q'.-mM: at lludstoii, 22 Jan. 1649-50. 



TfJOMAS WOOD, o 
mar. Anne, dauyhfe 
church, in. co. Ebor. 
had issue — 

Anne, (ft. .5 i 



Thorpe, at. S4 an .Jl Any. a" 1665 ; 
ot Marmadnke Norcliffe, of Oswald- 
at Nuiinington, 15 July 1656. They 



DlCKKRlXU WaPENIAKI- 



rkliiifjtoii, 7" Rejit. 1665. 




^t, (Qnintin 
of 



Aevrou Gules and a chief vair (St. Quintiii). 
A lion rampant Purpui-e within a bordure componee Or and 

Gules, charjjed with seven bezants (Lacy of Foulktou). 
Sable, a chevron between three bucks' heads cahoshed Argent 

(F.nilkton). 
if ;i (liical coronet Gules a pease-rise proper on the top of a 
nin lietwiMMi two horns Or. 



DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 185 

I. SIR ALEXANDER ST. QUINTIN (said to have been a 
younger son of Sir Herbert St. Quintin, of Brandsburton, 
and Ann, dau. of Roger d'Estotevile, of Harpham) had 
the manor of Harpliam from his mother. He had issue — 

II. SIR WILLIAM ST. QUINTIN, mar. Joan, dau. of Sir 
John Routh, Knt. They had issue — 
Sir William (III). 
Joan. 

III. SIR WILLIAM ST. QUINTIN, mar lau. of Sir 

John Haslarton. They had issue — 
Galfrid (IV;. 
John. 
Constance. 

IV. SIR GALFRID ST. QUINTIN, mar. Alice, dau. of Sir 

William Roos, of Ingmanthorpe. They had issue — 
Sir Geoffrey (V). 
Thomas, mar. . . . dau. of Sir Simon Northorp, Knt. 

V. SIR GEOFFREY ST. QUINTIN, mar. . . . dau. of Sir 
Robert Constable, of Flamborough. They had issue — 
Sir William (VI). 

VI. SIR WILLIAM ST. QUINTIN, of Harpham, d. 1349, bur. 
at Harpham. (See brass, " East Riding Society's Transac- 
tions," X, 25) ; mar. it is said Joan or Elizabeth, dau. 
of Sir Marmaduke de Thweng and she is said to have 
died 1.384, bui-. at Harpham. M.I. They had issue — 
Sir John (VII). 

Antliony, parson of Horn.sea, Prebendary of Milton 

in the Cathedral of Lincoln, named in his brother 

Sir John's will. Will 10 July pr. at York, 

11 Aug. 14.30 (vol, ii, 629). 

Matilda, (l) mar. . . . Hastorp, named in her 

brother Sir John's will. 
Johanna, mar. first, John Engaine, .secondly, Sir 

Wm. de Colville (Test. Ebor. i, 332). 
Alice, prioress of Staynfeld, named in her brother 

Sir Joiin's will. 
Agnes, a nun at Stykeswald, named in her brother 
Sir John's will. 

VII. SIR JOHN ST. QUINTIN, of Harpham, served in 
numerous expeditions under the Earl of Lancaster, keeper 
of Scarborough Castle, knight of the shire for Yorkshire, 
1386, b. circ. 1347, d. 17 Jan. 1397-8 (see brass, " Yorks. 
Arch. Journal," xii, 203). Will 4 Dec. 1397, pr. 27 Jan. 
1397-8, to be bur. at Brandsburton (Test. Eb. i, 215); 
mar. first Lora, second dau. and coheir of Herbert 
St. Quintin (relict of Sir Robert Grey or Marmion, of 
Rotherfield), d. 1369, brass at i5randsburton. They had 



186 r)U(;i>ALKs visriAiioN of Yorkshire. 

Herbert, d. s |i., mar. Elizabeth, dau. of .Sir Robert 
Hilton. 
Mar. secondly Agnes, dau. and h. of Robert Warren 
(relict of John de Wassand). Will 24 Jan. 1404-5, to 
be bur. in the quire of Siglesthorne, near her first hu.s- 
l)and (Test. Ebor. i, 332). They had issue — 

Anthony, eldest son, mar. Elizabeth, dau. of 
Nicholas Gascoigne (Glover). 

Sir Thomas (VIII). 

Johanna, mar. Richard Thurnholme, of Haysthorp. 

VITI. SIR THOMAS ST. QUINTIX, d. 14 . . (see brass at 
Harpham, Yorks. Arch. Journal xii, 21); mar. Agnes 
(1) Maulev. Thev had issue— 
Antliony ("fX). 
John, Canon of Bridlington. 

IX. ANTHONY ST. QUINTIN, of Harpham. Will 14 Mar. 
1443-4, pr. at Y'ork 3 July 1444. To be bur. in Harpham 
Church (Test. Ebor. ii, 95) ; mar. Elizabeth, dau. of Sir 
William Frank, of Grimsby. They had issue — 

Thomas St. Quintin, Esq., of Harpham, d. s.p. 8 July 
144-5, bur. at Harpham (see engraving of brass 
" Y^'orks. Arch. Journal," xii, 215), admon. 24 July 
1445 ; mar. Agnes, dau. of Sir John Constable, 
of Halsham, Knt. (remar. Sir Wm. Skipwith, 
Test. Ebor. ii, 97). 
Sir William (X). 

Anthony, had £10 in iiis father's will 
John, named in his father's will. 
Margaret, had 40 marks in her father's will. 
Johanna, had 10 marks in her father's will. 

X. SIR WILLIAM ST. QUINTIN, KNT., of Harpham, suc- 
ceeded his brother Thomas ; mar. Elizabeth, dau. of Sir 
John Constable, of Halsham, Knt. (Test. Eb. ii, 158 n). 
They had issue — 
1." John (XI). 

2. Walter. 

3. Robert. 

4. Anthony. 

XL JOHN ST. QUINTIN, of Harpham, d. 29 Aug. 1471 
(Poulson); mar. Alice, dau. of Jolin Holme, of Beverlev. 
Thev had issue- 
John (XII). 

William, of Ganslead, d. 16 June 1529, as appears 
l)y Inq. P.M. 17 Sept. 21 Hen. VIII ; mar. Jane, 
dau. and coh. of Robert Twyer, of Ganstead. 
Thev had i.ssue — 



DUGDALE's VlsriATlON OK YORKSHIRE. 187 

1. John St. Quiiitiii, of Ganstead, set. nineteen 
at his father's Inq. Will 11 Mar. 
1571 2, pr. 23 Apr. 1572, mentions wife 
Sybel (vol. xix, 461), to be bur. in 
Swine Church (Glover) ; mar. Margaret, 
dau. and coh. of Ralph Buckton, of 
Hemswell, near Driffield. They had 
issue — 

Margaret, mar. Hubert Noddell. 
Joan, mar. Robert Dolman, of Pock- 

linglon, bur. there. 
Margerv mar. Thomas Monketon, of 

CiiviL 
Elizabeth, mar. Thomas Gouldsthorpe. 
ElUnor, mar. Matthew St. Quintin, of 
Harswell. 
•2. William St. Quintin, of South Skirlaugh. 
Will 22 Nov. 1558, pr. 12 Jan. 1558-9, 
to be bur. in Swiue church (vol. xv, 3, 
204), mar. Eleanor, dau. of Wm. Ether- 
ington, of Driffield. They had issue — 
John, of Ganstead, mar. . . . dau. 
of Edmund St. Quintin, third son 
of John St. Quintin, of Harpham. 
Frances | named in their father's 
Katlierine j will. 

3. Edmund, d. s.p. (Glover). 

4. Edward St. Quintin, of Acklam on the 

Wold, mar. Elizabeth, dau. of Wm. 

Levening, of Acklam. Tiiey had issue — 

John, mai-. Dorothy, dau. of Sir 

George Griffith, reli"ct of Gabriel St. 

Quintin, of Harpham. 

Jane, mar. Robert Hedon, of Ganstead 

(Glover, 151). 
Elizabeth. 
Katlierine. 

5. Robert St. Quintin, of Ganstead, mar. first 

Maude, dau. of Robert Hogg, of Bilton. 
They had issue — 

William, d. s.p. 

Edmund, d. s.p. 
Mar. secondly Jane, dau. of . . . Sage, 
relict of Ralph Barton. 

6. Thomas, of Ganstead. Will 28 July 1566, 

pr. at York 27 Sept. 1571 (vol. xix, 413), 

to be bur. in Swine Church ; mar. Jennet, 

dau. of William Smith. They had issue — 

William, d. s.p., named in his father's 

will. 
Hugh, wt. fifteen 1584, named in his 
father's will. 



188 DUGUALE.S VISITATION OK YORKSHIRE. 

XII. JOHN ST. QUINTIN, ESQ., of Ha.pl.am. Will 20 Au{;., 

pr. at York 5 Sept. 1509 (vol. viii, I'l), tu be bur. in 

Harpliam Church (Test. Ebor., v, .54) : mar. KUiiior, dau. 

and h. of Edmund Thwaites, of Lund. Thev had issue — 

John (XIII). 

Herbert, of Bessingby, near Bridlington. Will pr. at 
York 27 Feb. 1534-5 (Test. Ebor., vi, 46), to be 
bur. in Bessingby Church ; mar. and had two 
children, executors of Ills will. 
Edmund, Master of the Hospital of St. Sepulchre's, 
Preston ; mar. . . . and had a dau. . . . , mar. to 
John, son of Wm. St. Quintin. 
Walter, executor of his brother John. 
James, named in his brotiier John's will. 



XIII. JOHN ST. QUINTIN, ESQ., of Harpham. Will 19 Jan. 
1514-5, pr. 10 May 1515, to be bur. at Harpham (Test. 
Ebor., V, 54), Inq. P.M. 14 Aug. 7 Hen. VIII (1516) ; mar. 
Margaret, dau. of Sir Robert Constable, of Flamborough 
(] remar. Sir Edward Gower, of Stittenham). They had 
issue — 

Sir William (XIV). 



SIR WILLIAM ST. QUINTIN, KNT., of Harpham, iet. 
H years at his father's Inq., d. 25 June, 4 Edw. VI 
(1550), as appears by I.P.M., 30 Sept. ; mar. Dorothy, dau. 
of Sir Brian Hastings of ]'"enwick, (1) remar. Sir Marma- 
duke Wyvell, Knt. Will 10 Dec. 1558, pr. at York 
2 May 1560 (vol. xvi, 45). Thev had issue— 

1. Gabriel (XV). 

2. Matthew of Harswell, named in his mother's will, 

(^) admon. 18 Aug. 1600; mar. first Ellinor, dau. 
of John St. Quintin, of Ganstead. They had 
issue — 

Gabriel, ast. twenty-one, 1584, adin. to Gon- 
ville and Caius Coll., Camb., 17 Oct. 
1584 ; (?) lie. 1591, Gabriel St Quintin 
and Catherine Craddock of Burton Agnes. 
Mar. secondly Anne, or Agnes, dau. of Sir W. 
Babthorpe, relict of Wm. Husse}^ (Glover^. 
Antiionj', named in his mother's will. 
Mary, named in her mother's will. 
Anne, named in her mother's will. 
Dorothy, named in her mother's will. 
Margery, mar. Thomas Jackson or Lascelles of 

Gawthorpe (Oliver, 185). 
Frances, mar. Francis Hungate of Harpham. 
Margaret, mar. Sir Thomas Boynton of Barniston, 
d. s.p. 



DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 189 

XV. GABRIEL 8T. yUINTIN, ESQ., of Harpham, eighteen 
years and eight month.s old at his father's Iiiq. P.M., 
mar. Dorothy, dau. of Sir George Griffith, Knt., of Burton 
Agnes (lemar. John, son of Edward St. Quintin, of 
Ackhim). They had issue — 

George (XVI). 

Anselm, adin. to Gonville and Caius Coll., Camli., 
IS Feb. 1578-9, then fet. 18. 

Matthew, d. s.p. 

William, d. s.p. 

Frances, mar. Robert Noddell, of Ganstead. 

Anne. 

Margery, d. s.p. 

XVI. GEORGE ST. QUINTIN, ESQ., of Harpham, signed 

Visitation of 1584; mar. Agnes, dau. of William Creyke, 
Esq., of Cottingliam. They had issue — 
.b'ir milimn (XVII). 
Herbert, of Folkton, d. s.p., (?) admon. 16 April 

1635; mar. Everill, dau. of Robert Lacy, of 

Folkton, and sister to his brother Sir William's 

wife, lie. 1605. 
Gabriel, of Lebbeiston, (?) will 1 July 1660, pr. at 

York 18 Feb. 1660-1 (vol. xliii, .322); mar. 

Elizabeth, wid. of . . . Lamplugh, will 7 Sept. 

1660, pr. at York 28 June 1661 (vol. xliii, 515). 
Alice. 
Dorothy, mar. Francis Greene, of Etherdwick, lie. 

1604, bur. at Aldburgh 24 Dec. 1625 (C.B.N. ). 
Mary (Collins). 

XVII. .SIK WILL'M .ST. QUINTIN, of Harpham and Beverley, 

ill com. Eboi\, Bar'., cr. 8 Mar. 1641-2, died in a" 16^8 
or Ihereaboats, High Slieriff 1648-9, b. 1579, bur. 8 Oct. 
1649 at Harpham. Will 9 June 1649, pr. at London 
2 July 1651 (Abs. Yorks. Rec. Ser., ix, 39); mar. Mary, 
daughter of Robert Lacy, of Foulklon, in com,. Ebor., coheire 
to John, her brother, d. 4 May 1649, bur. at St. Mary's, 
Beverley. They had issue — 
1. ^^ Nemy (XVIIJ). 

Z, William, .S''. QuiiUin, of Hayton, in com. Ebor., cut. 
56 ann. 7" Sept. a" 1665, bur. at Hayton 30 Apr. 
1687. Will 9 Sept. 1677, pr. at York 31 Aug. 
1687; mar. at Rudston 11 Dec. 1649 Margaret, 
daughter of Thomas (Bernard) Wood, of Thorpe 
juxta Radston, in com. Ebor., bur. at Hayton 
8 Sept. 1691. They had issue - 

1. Thomas, cut. 10 ann. 7 Sept. a" 1665, bp. at 
Hayton 29 Nov. 1655, (?) l)ur. there 
21 May 1687. 



190 duodale's visitation of yorkhhire. 

2. G'eoi;/r, „■/. o ami. 7 Sepi. a" 1666, \>\\ at 
Hayloii 4 June 1C60, (?) mar. Elizabeth 
. . ., ineiitioneil in Herbert St. Quintiii'.s 

1. Marijaret, bp. at Haytoii 9 Dec. 1653; mar. 

there 23 Nov. 1686 James Mountaigne, 
of Weston, named in her father's will. 

2. Debmah, bp. at Ha\ton 27 Nov. 1663, 

proved her father's will 16(^7, then a 
spinster. 
Henry, bp. at Hay ton 16 Feb. 1665-6. 
Herbert, (?) of Beverley, surgeon, bur. at 
Hay ton 1 Jan. 1735-6. Will 25 Dec. 
1735, pr. 10 Jan. 1735-6 (vol. Ixxiv, 
197). 
Dorothy, (?) bp. at Rudston 30 Sept. 1650. 
Elizabeth, bp. 18 Mar. 1668-9, (?) bur. at 

Hayton 14 Oct. 1669 
Frances, bur. at Hayton 16 Sept. 1691, 
named in her father's will. 
3. John, died unmarried. 

Jf.. Thomas S'. Quintin, of Flamborouyh, in com. Ebor., 
cet. 45 ann. 7 Sept. 1665, bur. there 28 Aug. 1667. 
Will 22 Aug. 1667, pr. at York 30 July 1668 
(vol. xlix, 133); mar. at Rudston 22 Jan. 1649-50, 
Anne, daughter of Thomas (Bernard) Il'oorf, of 
Thorpe juxla Rudston, in com. Ebor. They had 
issue — 

William, at. S ann. 7 Sept. a' 1660, bp. at 
Flamborough 8 May 1658, bur. there 
5 Feb. 1688-9. Will 16 Jan. 1688-9, 
pr. at York (vol. Ixi, 83). 
Anne, named in her father's will ; mar. . . . 
Hassell, (?) bp. at St. Marv. Beverley, 
21 Apr. 1653. 
1. Dorothy, u-ife oi S'' William, Cayley, of Brnmpton, in 
Pickeriny Lythe, in co. Ebor., Bar'., lie. 1633, bur. 
at Brompton. 
S. Frances, ivije of Francis Lascelles, of Stanle, in com. 
Ebor., lie. 1626, bur. at Kirby " Sigston 30 Sept. 
1658. 
S. Catherine, first marr. to Mich. Wentworth, son of 
5'' George Wentworth, of Wolley, in co. Ebor., Kt., 
afterwards 12 Feb. 1660-1 at Aldmondbury to 
S'' John Kay, of Woodsome, in co. Ebor., B'. ; 
las/ly (thirdly) to Henry Sandes (Sandys), of 
Downe, CO. Kent ; fourthly, at St. Bride's, London, 
8 Dec. 1698, to Alexander, eighth Earl of 
Eglington. 
Everild, ) ,• _> 
Elizabeth, \'i^''-d young. 



DUGDALES VLSITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 1 1) 1 

XVIII. .S- HENRY ST. QUINTIN, of Harpham, in com. Ebov., 
second Bart., (niatin 59 aiinoru 7" Sept. 16t>5, set. seven at 
the 1612 Visitation, d. Nov. 1695 ; mar. .Mary, daughter 
of Henry Stapleton, of Wighill, in com. Ebor., Eaq''., lie. 
1629 at Wighill. They had issue— 

1. William (XIX). 

2. Hem-y, bur. at St. Mary, Beverley 23 June 1696. 
S. Philip, bur. at St. Mary, Beverley 3 Dec. 1699. 

1. Mary, mar. Matthew Alured, of Beverlev. 

2. Debora, mar. Major Burch, of London (Collins). 
George, "^ 

Robert, > d. unmar. 
Gabriel, ) 

XIX. WILLIAM ST. QUIA'TIN, of Muston, son and heir e, cet. -J-S 

annoru 7" Sept. a' 1665, d.' v.p., bur. at Harpham 6 Nov. 
1695 ; mar. Elizabeth, daughter of S'' William Strickland, 
of Boynton, in com. Ebor., Bar'., at St. Mary, Beverley, 
13 Dec. 1653, bur. at Harpham 3 Oct. 1700; admon. at 
York 4 Oct. 1710. They had issue — 

/. Henry S'. Quintin, mtatis 11 annorum 7" September 
a" 1665, bap. at Boynton, 7 Oct. 1654. 

3. Sir William St. Quintin, third Bart., of Harpham, cft. 

3 an. 1665. M.P. Hull, 1695-1723, Commissioner 
of Customs, Lord of the Treasury, Receiver 
General of Ireland, d. unmar. 30 June, bur. 
15 July 1723 at Harpham (D.N.B.). 

1. Frances, mar. Thomas Roundell, of Hutton. 

2. Margaret, mar. Charles Heblethwaite, of Norton 

bur. at Harpham, 19 June 1723. 
S. Mary, mar. James Hustler, Esq., of Scampston, d. s.p 

4. Catherine, d. young. 
Thomas, d. unmar. (Collins). 
George, d. unmar. (Collins). 

Walter, d. unmar. (Collins), (1) bur. at Harpham, 

28 Dec. 1695. 
Hugh (XX). 

XX. HUGH ST. QUINTIN, Esq., (\) bap. 29 Mar. 1671 at 
Rillington (Dade), d. 6 Dec. 1702, set. 31, mar. Catherine, 
dau. of Matthew Chittv, Esq. They had issue — 
Sir William (XXI). 
Matthew Chitty. Will 13 May 1781, pr. at York, 

21 June 1783 (vol. cxxix, 224). 
Catherine, d. young. 

XXI. SIR WILLIAM ST. QUINTIN, fourth Bart., of Harpham, 
succeeded his uncle. High Sheriff, 1730, M.P. Thirsk, 
1722-7, d. at Bath, 7 May 1770 ; mar. Rebecca, dau. of 
Sir John Thompson, Knight, Alderman of London, at 
Somerset House Chapel, 11 June 1724, d. Oct. 1757, 
bur. at Harpham. M.I. They had issue — 



DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 

William, d. v. p. 

Hu!,'ll, d. v.p. 

Sir William (XXII). 

•lohii Ciiitty, d. 15 Dec. lUH, xt. fifteen. 

Hcliecca, d. unniar. 

C'atlieriiie, d. younj;. 

.Mary, mar. George Darby, Esq., of Newtown, Hamp- 
shire, Admiral, R. M. Tliey liad a son, William 
Thomas Darby, wlio succeeded to the estates of 
his uncle, the last Sir William St. Quintin, Bart., 
assumed that name, and was ancestor of William 
Herbert St. Quintin, Esq., of Scampston. 

Catherine, mar. Christopher Griffith, Esq., of Pad- 
worth, CO. Berks, and d. s.p. 

SIR WILLIAM ST. QUINTIN, fifth Bart., of Harpham 
and Scampston, High Sheriff, 1772-3, d. s.p. 22, bur. 
31 July 1795, at Harpham, M.I., when the Baronetcy 
expired ; mar. Charlotte, only dau. of Henrv Fane, Esq., 
of Wormslev, co. Oxford, \i Mav 1758. " She d. 17, 
luir. 24 Apr. 1762, at Harpham. "M.I. 



HoLDERNESSE MiJUJLE Batliwick. Burton Constable, 5" Sept. 1665. 

of 
Uriglmtn. 



Akms : — Quarterly. 

1. Argent, a saltiro engrailed Vert. (Brigliani). 
2 (Garton of Garton in Holilernesso). 

3. Gules, a fess Eriniue between three water bougcts Argent (Kosse 

[Rods] of Routhe in Holdernesse). 

4. Argent, on a fess Sable three mullets of six points Or pierced Gules, 

a crescent for difference (Grimstoii of Grimston). 
Chest: — Out of a ducal coronet Gules a double plume of ostrich feather.^ 
Argent. 




UUGDALk's VIsriAIION OK YORKSHIRK. l'J3 

1. SIR JOHN BRIGHAM,' of Biighani, liviny Henry VI; 
mar. . . ., dau. of . . . Gaitoii. Tliey had issue — 

William Brigliani, of Brigbain and of Beverley, Esqr., 
where he made his will 16 Feb. 1494-5, pr. at 
York about Oct. 1495 (vol. v, 469),= to be bur. 
in church of St. Mary, Beverley ; mar. Dionisia 
.... c.xecutri.x <if her hiisbaiHl. 
George (11). 

II. GEORGE BR1GHA:M, ESQ., of ISrigham, heir to his 
brotiier; niai'. Elizabetli, dau. of Thoinas Griinston. 'I'iiey 
had issue — 

III. THOMAS BRIGHAAI, KSQ., of Wvton and Fi.sholn.e, d. 

6 Sept. 1542, as per Inq. P.M. 5 j'ulv 154:!. Will G, pr. 
19 Sept. 154-2 (Test. Ebor., vol vi, 158") ; mar. (?) . . . , dau. 
of Edward Roos, of Routh. They had issue — 

George, d. s.p. ; tot. twentv-five, at his father's Int). 

Ralph (IV). 

Agnes, named in iier father's will. 

Ant'.e, named in her father's will. 

Jolian, named in her father's will. 

IV. RALPH BUIGHAM, of Wyton, .gent. Will 24 May 155,S, 

pr. at York 16 Feb. 1558-9 (vol. xv. 268), to be bur. at 
Cottingham ; mar. Elizalieth, dau. of William Grimston, of 
Cottingham. They had issue — 

'Francis (VJ. 

Edward, 1 

Thomas, 

George, • named in tlieii- father's will. 

Barbara, 

Mai'gerie, I 

V. FliAMjlS lUUGIIAM, „f Brujham and Wyton, in com. 
Ebor. ; admon. at York 10 Aug. 1597 ; mar. Xfmujarct, 
dauyhter ot Gilbert Wartt/r, of (Jranswick, in cum. Ebor. 
(U'eraar. Marraaduke Constable, gent., of Ciiffe, lie. 1598 at 
Sancton or Wvton). Thev had issue — 
Haph. ,Vl). 
Ahcc, ,l,.d innnarricd. 

VI. RAF UK ISKIGIIAM, ot liri.jham, died in 1666; «t. one year 
1584 ; admon. at London 1657 to son Henry ; mar. Mary, 
dauijhle.r of Raphe Crcsstrc//, of lYimke/lini/, in com. Ebor. 
They had issue — 

in I'eulM.irs llMldfrnessc, ii. 268. 
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194 DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

/. lliinry, difd yimnij. 

^J. Will'" (VIII). 

,j. Henry, iiaiiiefl in his niece Dorotliy'.s will 1 lu 

1. .Vary, wife of Raphe Wilher/bsse, of Bri'iho 

com. Ebor. 

■2. .Uary/, died uniiuirri>'.d. 

3. Frances, died unmarried. 

Jf. Dorothy, naiueil in her liinther Williani'si will. 



VII. WILL'M BRIG HAM, ..f Wyton, la ,:o. Ebor., Esq.., ,rl. oS 
ann. 3 Sejit. 1665, a Royalist uompounder 1653. Will 22 May 
1670, pr. at York 11 July (vol. li, 194); mar. Ursula, da. 
of Richard Lanyley, of .Uillinyfon, in com. Ebw. They had 
issue — 

1. John (VIII). 

2. Richard, of Wytoii, Esij., executor of his father. 

Will 23 Oct. 1700, pr. at York 18 Jan. 1700-1 

(unregistered) ; mar. Mary . . . They had issue — 

Halpii Brigham, Esq., of Wyton, executor 

of hi.s father, d. 23 Nov. 1735, adnion. 

at York 4 Dec. 1735 ; mar. Anne . . . 

They had issue — 

Richard. 

Cuthbert, d. s.p., Ijur. at Swine (Poul- 

son). 
Ursula, mar. her cousin William Brig- 
ham (.see below). 
Margaret, bur. at St. Saviour's, York 
1777 (Poulson). 
Richard, of Wyton, gent.. l)ur. at St. Helen's, 
York. Wiil 12 Oct. 1738, pr. at York 
y Oct. 1739 (vol. Ixxxvi, 207); mar. 
Margaret, dau. of John Ryder, of Sear- 
croft, and bur. at Trinity Church, York 
(Poul.son). They luid i.ssue — 

Mary, mar. . . . Reynaldson, executrix 
of her father. 
Reffr, named in his father's will, mikI in that of his 

sister Dorothy 1 678. 
Mary, mar. . . . Metcalfe. 

Dorothy. Will 26 Mar. 1678, pr. at York (vol. Iviii, 
583), to he liur. in Swine Church. 



VIII. .70// X lili/GHAM, KSg. of Dnnnington, ,H . AV annorum, 
5 S^pi. a" 1666. bur. at Suin.^ Will 21 Dec 1710, pr. 
at York 7 Aug. 1711 (vol. Ixvii, 296,: <?)inar. Mary or 
Catherine, dau. of Thomas Mevn.^ll, Es,,. Thcv liad issue- 
Roger (IX). 



UUtiKALK's VISllATION OF VOKK.SHIRK. 195 

William, d. s.p. ; mar. Catlieriiie, dan. of Thomas 

Watertoii, Esi]., of Walton. 
Ursula, named in lier fathei'.s will, and in that of 

her aunt Dorothy. 
Jarratt, named in her t'ather'.s will. 



TX. ROGEll BRIOHAM, ,1. at (iarton, bur. at Swine; mar. 
Elizabeth, dau. of Kdwanl Charlton, Esq. They had 
fourteen children, ainony whom were — 

WilUain RiighiiMi, Esq., of Wyton, and of Dunnington, 
which he sold, d. 30 Jan. 1767, bur. at S. Saviour's, 
York. Will lis Jan., pr, 4 Feb. 1767 (vol. cxi, 25) ; 
mar. his cousin Ursula, dau. of Ralph Brigham, 
Esq., of Wyton, executrix of her husband. They 
had issue — 

Anne, d. I Jan. 1767, v.p. 
John (X). 

Jerrard, named in his brother William'.s will ; mar. 
Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Chainpney. They had 
issue — 

John, b. at Hedon, living 1783. 
Nicholas, d. voung, s.p. 
Roger. 

Marv, a nun, d. at Dunkirk. 

Anne, mar. Rev. Edward Plompton, Rector of 
Spi'oatley. 

X. JOHN BRIGHAM, ESCJ.. of Preston, co. York ; mar. 
Anne, dau. of Christopher .Metcalfe. Tliey had issue — 
William, an apothecary at Aberford, living 1786. 

Rafph, } ^'- ■"^'^"^" 

Mary, living at York 1783. 

Ann, living at York 1786. 

Ursula, bur. at 8t. Saviour's, York, 7 Oct. 1770, 

set. sixteen. 
Cicely, d. infant. 

Authorities. — York Wills — Poulson's '• Holderness." 



19G I)U(;i)alk's \ isiiation (jk vorkshirk. 

AGBRK.ii AND Mdki.ky \Va pkntak k. Yorke, 11" Ai 




JFinstrr 

of 
Holljtofll. 



Arms: — Arjiviit, a chevron engrailed Vert between three hngle-ljcinis Sahle, 
striiisjeil of the second. (N.B. — The clievron is not engrailed in 
the copy of Dugdale's Visitation in the Heralds' Colletre ) 

No imicpfe made of tliese amies. 



/. RALVII FORSTER of . . . in m. 
a" . . . telatis 50 ami. , mar. . . . 
.... They had is.sue — 

1. Richard Forster, died youiiy. 

2. James (11). 



Xorthnmlir. dyed in 
dauijhter and heire of 



II .I.\.)IES FORSTER „f . . . in <;». Northumbr., died in 
(("... wt. circa 76 an. ; mar. Joane, danyhter af Robert 
Roude of . . . ill CO. Ebor.. (?; bur. at Rothwell 9 May 1663. 
They had issue — 

/. Christojiher, dyed yoiiinj. 
,'. Ralph (III). 

3. John Forsler (r.t. circa. o6 an. 11 Any. lUtSd : mar. 
Elizabeth, daughter and coheir of Ilenry lloijle of 
. . . neer Hallifax in com. Ebor. 
Erances, dyed youny. 



HI. RALPH FORSTER of Rolhtcdl 
J^(i an. 11' Any. a" 1606 : mar 
A'isbel, of Ensinyton, in coin. Ebot 
1. James, dyed yonnq, bp. 
Rothwell. 

;>. John For.-<Ur, at. .J „ 
Kothwell L'5 Mar. 1 



Ebor. itl. circa 
ar. . . . dauyhter of I'hilip 
bor. They had issue — 
.'.5, bur. 2(i Auii. 165y at 

uo: IT' Any. iOt;!!, bp. at 



DUGDALK S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



197 



5. Rai'/f. <xt. imiuf! anni 11 Ami. a" 1660, bp. at 
K.iiliwell 11 Apr. 1665. 
Plnli|., Up. at Rolhwell 12 Apr 1667. 
/. .]/ui>/, dyed yoimij, l)p. at Rotliwell 20 Mar. 1655-6, 

bur. there 22 June 1665. 
'2. J/aunah, aet. 'J ann., bp. at Rotliwell I.t Apr. 1657, 

(?) bur. there 8 Aug. 1673. 
.>', Ruth, iHt. 7 ann., bp. at Rotliwell 27 Oct. 1659. 
4. Elizabeth, aet. o ani,., bp. at Rotliwell 9 Mar. 
1660-1. 
Mary, bp. at Rotliwell 2 Apr. 1669. 
Hannah, bp. at Rotliwell 29 Oct. 1674. 



There 



111 in the Rotliwell Register. 



ICKKKl.NU I,ITHK WaI'KNTAKE 



Malt. in, 29" .^iit;. a" 1665. 

of 



Akms:- .Vi'geiit, oil a bend Azure between two uuicortis' heads erased of tlie 
second, maiiod Or, three lozenj^es Erminois, in chief a trefoil slipped 




I. . . . SMITH, had issue— 

/. WUVm Smith, CnuncelLir al Laic, 

of Durham. Had issue. 
!>. .lanif.f (II). 



nded in Ihi-. Citty 



l'J8 DUGDALe's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

il. JAMES SMIl'll, Gent., ut Si„-;n(,.„. n, l',rk;',-ii,,i L./lh.-. in 
com. Ebor., dud in a- Ki^J. Will 1.5 .Aug. 1642, pr. at 
York 14 Nov. 1643 (uiiregisteicd) ; nuir. IIi-Iku or Klleiia, 
daughter of Francis Save, of W'orsnU. hi C/frf/and, proved 
her husbaiid'ss will. Tliev liud issue — 

1. John (III). 

2. James Smith, i/f Curr. m r,,ni. Eimr.. li|i. at Brornpton 
>rii 16 July 1627, named in his fatliei-s will. 

S. Raphe Smith, of Cottiityham, in n,. Eimr.. named in 

his fathei's "will. 
If. Fraitcix Smith, of Riiston, in com. Ehor. 
1. Anne, bp. at Broinpton 6 Sept. 16 IS, named in her 

father.s will. 
8. Helen, n-ije of Will'm Hunter, bp. at Bfoinpton Aug. 

1623. 

6'. Susan, wife of John Sore, of Eudhy, in ro. Ebor., I.p. 

at Bi-ompton Nov. 162.5. 
4- Catherine, irih- nnfo .... l)p. at Bromptoii 29 Mav 
1630. 
Maiy, bp. at l!iompt<in 19 Nov. 1G20, named in her 

fathei's will. 
Ursula. naine<i in her father's will. 



JOHN SMITH, of Sneinton, ntatis oS ann. 29' Any. lUtio, 
bp. at Bronipton Jan. 1610-1, bur. there 14 Jan. 1683-4; 
mar. Catherine, dauyh. of Christoph'' Greene, Citizeii of 
London. They had i.ssue — 

Henry, let. 11 an. 29 Any. a" 1663, h. 14 Jan. 1653-4, 
bur. at Brompton 18 June 1674. 
/. Catherine, ivife of ll'tV/. Fairfax, of Fiiriiiva/fs June, 
in ye suburbs ol' Ijondon ; mar. lie. 15 Feb. 1663-4. 
;.--. Helen.^ 
o. Anne.^ 



' One iif tlift^e (lausrl.ttTs pn.hablv n.arned EiiIk-.i Laiiii.liigl., and l.ad 
Kev. William Lamplugli. livvUn- of Sprcitboruugh and Heniswuitli, who married 
Ann, daughter of Kev. Jos. Wood, Hector of Sandal. Their son, Kev. William 
Lamplugh, Vicar of Dewsbury, married at Bingley, Elizabeth, daughter of 
Thomas Dobson, of Cottiugley. and had Elizabeth, only daughter, who married 
at Kingley, 1761, Colonel Henry Wiekham (see Wickham Pedigree). 

The marriage of Robert Lamjilugh and . . . Smith, does not seem to be in 
the Brcmpton Register, where there are the entries :— Mrs. Eliz. Lamplugli, 
bur. 4 Dec. 1682, and Mrs. Mary Lamplugh, bur. 26 June 16S2. 



DUGDALK S VISITATION OV YORKSHIRE. 199 

Stbafkord anu Til Kiiiir. Wapkxtakk Doncaster. H Ami-. IfitiO. 



M p\ =^6=5^ 



Ws^^ 




Cook 
of 

catbu. 



Akms: — Or, a chevron Gules between i 



ous passant gardant Sable. 

^ (lemi-lioii rampant gardaut Sable, 



Thomas Byrkes, of Doncastei-, 3 Oct. 



'.ST : — Out of a mural coronet Argeii 

ducally gorged Or. 

I. BEYAJ COOKE, of Kirk .Sanda/.l juxta Doncaster, in co. 

Ebor. Will 20 Jan. 1591-2, pr. at York ult. Feb. 1-591-2 

(vol. -xxv, 834); mar They had issue — 

Bryan (II). 
Thomas. 
George. 
Robert. 
Anne, i 
1597. 
Alice. 
Elizabeth. 
Dorothy. 

II. BRYAN COOKE, of Doncaster, in com. Ebor., gent.. Mayor 
1 630, dyed "26' Dec. a" 165S, bur. at Coates, co. Line. 
(Hunter); mar. Sarah, dauyhter and sole heire of Henry 
Ryley, of Doncaster, in com. Ebor., 24 Oct. 1615, bp. at 
Doncaster 29 July 1599, d. 3 Dec. 1647, bur. at Doncaster, 
M.I. They had i.ssue — 

7. Bryan Cooke, Esq., of Wheatley, an Utter Barrister 
of y' Inner Temple, bp. at Doncaster 27 July 
1620, died unmarried in Jan. a" 1660, bur. a"t 
Doncaster, M.I. Will 3 Jan. 1660-1 (vol. xlvii, 105). 
2. S'' (j'eorye Cooke, of Wheatley jnxta Doncaster, in 
fo. Ebor., Bart., cr. 10 May 1661, with remainder to 
liis brother Henry, o't. .16 annornm 9 Ajn: 1666, 
admitted Inner Temple Nov. 1653, bp. at Don- 
caster 8 July 1628, d. unmar. 16, bur. at Arksey 
29 Oct. 1683. Will pr. at York 8 Nov. 1683". 
.-,'. Sir Henry (III). 

/. Siixua, imfe of Charles Butler, of Cotes, in com. Line, 
Ksq'\ she was bp. at Doncaster 19 Oct. 1618 ; mar. 
there 6 .Sept. 1648. 



200 OLUiKALKS VISITATION OK YOKKSHIRE. 

2. Saralu u-\p- :/ .l„lni Coph'i/. ,,/ lUilhy, in com. Ebor., 
Esq'., slif «as liji. at hoiicastcr- 7 May IGl'l^ : mar. 
tlieie 'M Apr. 1642; nnaiiidlij vuirried lo George 
A'evi/l, of Thovupy, in com. Jolt, Esq'-. ; ihirdly to 
Christof/her Aysronyh, a yoiiiujcr so)i. to S' Edirard 
Ayscouijh, or Kilsci/, in cum. A //(.■., A'-. 

S. Manjaret, win- „„/„' A.-/„„ Jl,rrj„-ll. „■ Wivkl,urne, 
ill CO. A'ott.. Esi/' : mar. at 1 ><iiicaster '2'^ Jan. 
16+9-50; she was bp. at Doncaster is .lair l()-34-r,. 
William, bp. at Doncaster 2 .Sept. KJi'.". 
Alice, l)p at Doncaster 13 Jan IGIG-7. 

III. SIR HENRY COOKE, oi Carlin.jho, near Jiatley, in com. 

Ehor., 2d Bart., a StudenJ ol the Inner 'I'emple, at. 32 an. 
y Apr. JUb'fj, succeeded liis brother 8ir George 1683, bp. 
at Doncaster 29 Oct. 1633, bui-. at Arksev 16 Dec. 1689. 
Will 28 May 1689, pr. at York (vol. lxi,"'37); mar. first 
Diana, dau(/hter oi Anthony Butler, oi Codte.t, in com. Line, 
Esq'-, at Coates, 29 Aug. 1659 (Doncaster Reg.), bur. at 
Doncaster. They liad issue — 

Brian, bp. at Coates 31 Mar. 1661 (I)oncaster Reg.), 

bur. 2 June 1662. 
Sir Geovye (IX). 

Henry Cooke, Esq., of Uwston, (f7. 1 anni., bp. at 
Doncaster 9 June 1665; mar. Anne, dau. and 
coll. of Rev. Ralph Eaton, Rector of Darlield. 
They had issue. (A quibus Cooke of Owston.) 
Anthony, bp. at Doncaster 31 Dec. 1668, bur. there 
3 Apr. 1690. Will 13 Jan. 1 689 90, pr. at York 
7 Apr. 1690 (vol. Ixi, 2-tl). 
Jane, lip, at Doncastei- 18 May 1664. 
Sarali, bp. at Doncaster 19 Julv 1666. bur. at Ark.sev 

2 July 1689. 
Katherine, bp. at Doncaster 21 Oct. 1667; mar. 
Gervas Eyre, Esq., of Rarapt...ii. 
Mar. secondiv Anne, dau. of William Staiiliope, of Linbv, 
CO. Notts, .-it Spn.tboroU£;li 10 Feb. 1669 7U, bur. at 
Ark.sey 17 Jan. 1685-(;. 

IV. SIR GEORGE COOKE third Bait., of Wheatley, M.P. 

for Aldburgh 1698-1700, bp. at Doncaster 16 Mav 1662, 
bur. at Arksev 12 Oct. 1731. Will 22 .Sept. 1731 pr 
at Yorl; 12 June 17:{3 vol. l.x.xxiii, 71l: i.iar. Catherine. 
dau. of Sir Godfrey Coplev, Bart., of .-^proth.M-ough, l.ur. at 
Arksev 9 April 170;?. Thev had issue- 
"Sir Brian (V). 

George Cooke, Esq., lip. at Doncaster 9 Jan. 1687-8, 
bur. at .\rksev 16 Sejit. 1763: mar. Marv, dan, 
of Tobias Harvey, Esc]., wid, of John "Battle. 
Esq. They had issue. (A (juibus Cooke of Street- 
thorpe, and Cooke Yarborough, of Canipsuiount. 



DU<;i)ALKS VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 201 

Henry, Rector of Stokesley, Preb. of York, l)p. at 

Doncast.er 9 Sept. 1690. " 
Godfrey, bp. at Doiicaster 6 Mar. 1692-3, d. vouiii;. 
William, bp. at Doiicaster 20 Dec. 169-t, bur." tliere 

13 May 1700. 
Alexander, of Ripon, M.D., bp. at Doncanter 

15 Feb. 1696-7, d. s.p., bur. at Arksey 30 Sept. 

1757. 
John, of Doiicaster ; mar. Margaret, dau. of Francis 

Moseley. They had issue. (A quo Cooke of 

Darfield and Doiicaster.) 
Diana, bp. at Doncaster 16 Nov. 1686. 
Elizabeth, mar. Richard AcUlom, of Wiseton, Esq. 

V. SIR BRIAN COOKE, fourth Bart., of Wheatley, M.P. for 
Recford, bp. at Doncaster 17 Dec. 1684, d. at Bristol 
25 Oct. 1734. Will pr. at York 18 Feb. 1734-5 (vol. Ixxxiii, 
500) ; mar. Priscilla, dau. and coli. of Robert Squire, bp. at 
Belfreys, York, 13 Apr. 1685, bur. at Arksev 27 June 
1731. They had issue- 
Sir George Cooke, of Wheatley, fifth Bart., High 
Sheriff 1739; bur. at Ark.sey" 30 Aug. 1756; mar. 
Catherine, dau. and coh. of John Sunderland, Esq., 
of Doncaster, bur. at Arksey 21 Apr. 1792. They 
had issue — 

Catherine, mar. John Cooke, E.sq., of London, 

and had issue. 
Priscilla, d. unmar., bur. at Arksey 3 Feb. 
1800. 
Sir Brian (VI). 

Priscilla, d. unmar., bur. at Arksey 24 Jan. 1794-5- 
Catheriiie, d. unmar., bur. at Arksey 7 Apr. 1788. 
Elizabeth, d. unmar. 

VJ. SIB BRIAN COOKE, sixth Bart., of Wheatley, succeeded 
his brother Sir George, bur. at Arksey 10 Mar. 1765-6 ; 
mar. Mary, dau. of Colonel Samuel Foley. They had 
issue — 

Sir George (VH). 

Mary, d. unmar. 30 May 1825. 

k^T. SIR GEORGE COOKE, seventh Bart., of Wheatley, d. 
2 June 1823; mar. first Frances Jorara, dau. of Sir Jolin 
Lambert Middleton, Bart., of Belsay, bur. 28 Dec. 1796 
at Arksev. Tiiey had issue — 

George Augustus, of Loversall, bp. 22 Nov. 1780, d. 
v.p., bur. at Arksey 12 May 1808: mar. Eliza, 
dau. of Charles Mellish, Esq., of BIythe (remar. 
Alexander Donovan, E.sq.). 



202 



IJUiiDALKS VISIIATION OK YORKSHIRE. 



Sir William Bryan (VIII). 

Eight daughters (see Baronetage). 
Mar. seeondh- Harriet, dau. of James Farrer, of Baniborough 
Grange, widow of Thomas Hewett, of Bilhani, d. s.p. 1814. 

^TTI. SIR WILLIAM BRYAN COOKE, of Wheatley, ei-hth 
Bart., High Sherifif 184.5, b. 3 Mar. 1782, d. 24 Dec. 
1851 ; mar. Isabella Cecilia Viviana, dau. of Sir William 
Middleton, of Belsay, d. 25 Nov. 1869. They had issue- 
Sir William Ridley (TX). 

Charles Edward, of St. Catiierine's, Doncastei-, b. 
1 -A-Ug. 1829 ; mar. Lady Louisa Stewart, dau. of 
the ninth Earl of Galloway. 
Louisa Janetta, d. unraar. 12 July 1838. 
Isabella Cecilia. 

IX. SIR WILLIAM RIDLEY COOKE, of Wiieatley, ninth 
Bart., b. 5 Oct. 1827, d. 27 Sept. 1894; mar. first Harriet 
Eloise, dau. of Rev. Jonathan Trebeck, divorced. 
Mar. secondly Harriet Blanche Juanita, dau. of Sir W. H. 
Feilden, Bart. They had issue — 

X. SIR WILLIAM HENRY CHARLES WEMYSS COOKE, 
tenth Bart., b. 21 June 1872; mar. Mildred Adelaide 
Cecilia, dau. of first Earl of Londesborough, and has issue. 




Beverley, 15 Sept. Iti66. 

Constabk 

of 

ULliffr. 



cent for ditferc 



3. [Gules] billettee [Or], a lion rampant [of the last] (Hulmer). 

4. Vaire Sable and Or (Oldfield). 



DUGOALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 203 

I. S"- ROBERT CONSTABLE (2'' [fourtli] xon of Sir Robert 
Constable and Agnes Wentworth, o/ Flamliorouyh, in com. 
Mar., see Dugdale'.s Visitation continued, vol. ii, 289), 
Serjt-ant at law, (1) d. 27 Nov. 1501. Will 2 Sept. 1501, 
pr. at York 13 Jan. 1501-2 (Test. Eb., iv, 194), Inq. P.M. 

14 Oct. 18 Hen. VIl ; mar. Beatrix, daughter and heire 

of ... . Uatclijfe, of .... , in com , relict to Ralph 

7th Lord Greystock. Will 12 Apr., pr. at York 5 June 
1515 (Test. Ebor., iv, 236), to be bur. at Sancton. They 
had issue — 

Marmaduke (II). 

Robert, of Hotliome, supervisor of his brothei- Mar- 
maduke's will. Will 25 May 1564, pr. at York 
23 Mar. 1564-5 (vol. xvii, 408) ; mar. Margaret 
.... Will May, pr. at York 5 Oct. 1570 (vt,l. 
xix, 48). 

Jane, mar. Thomas Rokeby, Esq., of Morthani. 

Elizabeth. 

II. MARMADUKE CONSTABLE, of Clife, in com. Ebor., 
Esq'', twelve years old at his father's Inq P.M. Will 
30 Aug. 1523, pr. ult. Feb. 1525-6 (Test. Ebor., v, 166); 
mar. Elizabeth, dauyhter of S'' James Metcalfe, of Napper, 
in com. Ebor., Knt, executrix of her husband Q. remar. 
. . . Wright). They had issue — 

James (III). 

Robert, named in his father's will. 

Barbara, mar. William Grimston, of Cottinghani. 

III. JAMES CONSTABLE, of Cliffe, Esq': Will 28 Sept. 1542, 
pr. at York 9 Dec. 1546 (Test. Ebor., vi, 205)'? Inq. P.M. 

15 Jan. 38 Hen. VIII (1546-7), mar. Bridget, dauyhter to 
S'' Geffrey Middletou, of Middleton, in com . . . Ka' 
They had issue — 

1. Marmaduke (IV). 

2. Robert, died unmarried. 

John, named in his father's will. 

Alice, mar. William Rasing, of Malton (Glover, 

181). 
Agnes, named in her father's will. 
Elizabeth, named in her father's will. 

TV. MARMADUKE CONSTABLE, of Cliffe, iv com. Ebor., 

Esq''., living at the 1612 Visitation, bur. at Sancton 14 Apr. 

1614. Nunc, will pr. at York 30 Apr. 1614 (vol xxxiii, 

21), mar. Frances, daHijhter and coheir of S'' Ralphe 

Buhner, of Bulmer, in com. Ebor., K'. They had issue — 

1. James (V). 

2. Robert Constable, di/ed irifhont issue. 



204 DU<y DALES VISITATION OK VOKKSHIRE. 

V. JAMES CONSTABLE, of Cliffe, in com. Ehor., Esq':, bur. 
at Sancton i July 1622. Will 25 .lune, pr. at York 
6 Aug. 1622 (vol. xxxvii, 24), mai: Margery, daughter of 
John Iledtvovth, of Chester in y' Streete, iti com. Pa/at. 
Buaelm. They had is.sue — 
/. Marmaduke (VI). 
^. Mobert, died unmarried. 

1. Eliz., wife of Robert Bethell, of Althorpe (Allerthorpe), 

in com. Ehor. 

2. Mary, wile of . . . Sergeant. 

,1. Susan, wife of . . . Richardson. 



MARMADUKE CONSTABLE, of Cliffe, Esq., (ft. 20 annor. 
a" 1612, admon. 16 Sept. 1630, mar. Anne, daughter of 
Edward Barker, of Bore, in com. Derb., mar. lie. 1613. 
Will 28 Aug. 1630 (vol. xli, 151). Thev had issue— 

1. Robert (VII). 

•~:. James, died unmarried, (V. bur. at Sancton 29 May 

1647. 
/. Anne, wife of . . . Arksey, of Beverley, afterwards 

to . . . Bamford. Lastly to . . . Tucker, Citizen 

of London. 

2. Frances, ivife of William Leyard, of Beverley. 

3. Alice, wife of John Constable, of the Citty of Yorke, 

bur. 21 Jan. 1670-1. 



VII. ROBERT CONSTABLE, of Cliffe, Esqr, died circa annum 
1631. Admon. 22 Mar. 1637-8 ; viar. Frances, daugh. 
and coheir ot Thomas Oldfeild, of Oldfeild, in com. Ehor., 
lie. 1635 at North Cave or lioynton. They had issue — 
Robert (VIII). 

Frances, wife of John Eyre, son and heire of 
Rowland Eyre, of Bradway, in com. Derb. 

Vni. ROBERT CONSTABLE, of Cliffe, in com. Ebor., Esq'-., 
tet. 28 annor. 15 Sept. a' 1666, (?) bur. at Sancton 
/r»fe- 22 Mar. 1666-7; mar. Elizabeth, daughter of John Milward, 

of Sniiterton, in co. Derb., Esq'. They had issue — 

John, (Bt. 6 ann. 15 Sept. 1666, died an infant. 

Admon. granted 22 Feb. 1689, to his sister. 
Frances, heir to her brotlier ; inar. Thomas Gower, 

Esq. (Radcliffe MS.) 
(?) Marmaduke, bur. at Sancton 26 Dec. 1665. 



f 



DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 205 

Aggbrigg AXLi MoKLKY Wapkntak E. Haliifax, 2" Apr. 1666. 



of 
IBarkislauD. 




Respite given for exhibiting the annes of Horton. 
Arms (granted 10 Aug. 1725) :— Gules, a lion rampant within a border engrailed 
lith a boar's head, couped Azure. 



barbed and surrounded 



Argent, charged on the shoulder 
—On a wreath a rose Gules, seeded, 
laurel branches proper. 

THOMAS HORTON, of Barki.sland, parish of Halifax, 
yeoman, (t) hm: at Elland 11 Nov. 1608. Will 15 Aug. 
1608, pi. at Yoik 24 Jau. 1609-10; (1) inar. Alice . . . , 
bur. at Kllaiid 24 May 1607. Thev had is.sue — 

William (11). 

Thomas. 

WILLIAM HORTON, of Barkidand, in com. Ebormn, bur. 
at Elland 18 Oct. 1640; (?) mar. first Grace Ramsden at 
Elland 10 May 1602, bur. there 16 Feb. 1602-3. They had 
issue — 

(])Tiioma.s, bp. at Elland 28 Nov. 1602, bur. there 

7 July 1603. 

mar. ({) secondly, Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas HanitoH, 
of Toothill, in cum. Eboruvi, at Elland 23 Apr. 1604, bp. 
there 21 Sept. 1579, bur. there 24 July 1660. Will 16 July 
1660, pr. at York. They had issue — 
William (III). 

Tlioraas, of Liverpool, merchant, Ijp. at Elland 22 Aug. 

1613, d. 13 Mar. 1660. bur. at St. Nicholas, 

Liverpool (Watson) ; mar. Fiatices, dau. of Thomas 

Throppe, of Chester, J. P. 

Josliua (.see Horton, of Hownjyde, Second Line). 

Sara, l)p. at Elland 29 Jan 1608-9 ; mar. John 

Gledhill, of Barkisland, at Elland, 11 Oct. 1636. 

Maria, bp. at Elland 9 June 1611, Inir. there 14 Mar. 

1618-9. 
!<:iizabeth, l)p. at Elland 5 Au;;. 1616, bur. there 

8 May 1633. 

(1)W"illiam, bp. at Elland 25 Mar. 1605, bur. there 
18 Dec. 1606. 



206 UUCiDALK's VISITATION OK VORKSHIKK. 

III. WILLIAM MORTON, of Barkisland, iu com. Eboru, died in 
a' 1655 or thereabout!/, lop. at EUand 2 Aug. 1607, bur. there 
2 Jan. 1655-6. Will 29 Dec. 1655, pr. at London 29 Apr. 
1657 (Yorks. Rec. Ser., ix, 102); mar. Eliz., daughter of 
Thomas Gledhill, of Barkesland, in com. Ebor., and now 
cosyn and next heire of Thomas Gledhill, grandchild to the 
said Thomas, late deceased, at Ellaiid 11 Oct. 1636, bur. 
there 6 Feb. 1671-2. They had issue— 

1. Thomas Horlon, of Barkisland, J. P., (etatis 15 
annorum 2 Apr. a' 1666, bp. at Elland 23 May 
1650, bur. there 7 Jan. 1698-9, M.I. ; mar. 
Everilda, dau. of John Thornhill, Esq., of Fixby, 
at Halifax 27 Jan. 1672-3, bp. at Hartshead 
3 Sept. 1651, bur. at Elland 17 Feb. 1689-90. 
They had issue — 

Thomas, bp. •! Feb., bur. 20 Mar. 1673-4 at 

Elland. 
William, bp. 5 Apr. 1675, bur. 27 Jan. 

1675-6 at Elland. 
John, bp. 12 Nov., bur. 24 Dec. 1678 at 

Elland. 
William, bp. 16 Feb. 1679-80, bur. 29 Aug. 

1680 at Elland. 
Gledhill, bp. 31 Nov. 1685, bur. 11 Feb, 

1685 6 at Elland, 
Thomas, bp. 9 May 1689 at Ripponden, 

('?)bur. 2 Nov. 1689 at Elland. 
Everilda, bp. 25 July 1676, bur. 25 June 

1683 at Elland. 
Su.saiina. bp. at Elland 31 May 1683; mar. 
Richard Beaumont Esq., of Whitle)', at 
Kirkiieaton, 14 Oct. 1700; she was bur. 
at Kirkheaton 19 Jan. 1730, M.I. 
Frances, bp. 18, bur. 20 Nov. 1684 at 

Elland. 
Anne, of Howrovde, bp. at Ripponden 
3 Nov. 1687, bur. at Elland 22 Apr. 
1750, M.I. 
Elizabeth, mar Richard Bold, Esq., of Bold, 
to whom she comeyed the estate of 
Barkisland. 
'2. William Morton (IV). 

1. Elizabeth, wife of Will'm Batte, of Okewell, in co. 

Ebor., Esq'-., siie was bp. at Elland 29 Mar. 1637. 

;?. Sarah, wife of Alexavd'' Bnttern-orth, of Bel f eld, in 

com. Lane. , Esq': 
.",. Jndith, mar. Joseph Finch, of Westenhanger, co. 
Kent, she was bp. at Elland 23 Api-. 1649, d. 
in Kent 12 Oct. 1678, bur. at London. 
Maria, bp. at Elland 12 Mav 1641, 



DU(i dale's Vl.sri'AllON Ot- YORKSHIRE. 207 

Susanna, bp. at EUand 3 Sept., hur. 28 Dec. 1643. 
Susanna, bp. at Eiland 2.5 Nov. 1647, bur. 16 Jan. 
1 66.3-4. 



WILLIAM IIORTON, ESQ., of Baikisland and of Coley, which 
he had froin his fatlier; bp. at Eiland .5 Aug. 1651, d. 19, bur. 
at Eiland 24 Felj. 1715-6, M.I. Will 8 Oct. 1713, pi-, at 
York (vol. l.x.Ki, 122) ; mar. Mary, fourth dau. of Sir 
Richard Musgrave, of Hayton Castle, co. Cumb., at Rippon- 
den, 12 Dec. 1700, d. 21 Mar. 1750, set. seventy, bur. at 
Eiland, M.I. They had issue — 
William (V). 

Richard, of Howroyde, which he had from his father, 
bp. at Ripponden 7 Nov. 1706, d. 8 June 1742. 
Will 26 Nov. 1741, pr. at York 18 Nov. 1742, 
leaving his estates to his mother. 

WILLIAM HORTON, ESQ., J. P., of Coley, bp. at Rippon- 
den 11 Feb. 1701-2, d. 27 Feb., bur. at Eiland 5 Mar. 1740. 
Will 30 Jan. 1739-40, pr. at York 5 June 1740 (vol. Ixxxvii, 
75) ; mar. Mary, dau. of Thomas Chester, Esq. They had 
issue — 

William, d. of the smallpox 2 Aug., bur. 3 Aug. 

1730 at Eiland. 
Mary, d. unmar., bur. at Eiland June 1769. 



SECOND LINE. 

JOSHUA HORTON, of Sowerby (son of William Horton 
and Elizabeth Hanson), J. P., bp. at Eiland 20 June 1619, 
d. 7 Apr. 1679, bur. at Sowerby; mar. Martha, dau. of /* ^'■^ 
Thomas Binns, of Rishworth, d. 23, bur. 27 July 1694 at 
Sowerby. They had issue — 
Joshua, d. inf. 
Joshua (B). 

Elkanah, of Thornton and Gray's Inn, London, b. 
31 Aug. 1659, matric. at Brasenose Coll., Oxon., 
14 July 1676, bur. at Sowerby 28 Jan. 1728-9. 
Thomas, M.D., of London, and of Brasenose Coll., 
Oxon., b. 26 Nov. 1660, d. s.p. 4 Mar. 1694, bur. at 
St. Thomas' Church, Southwark ; mar. . . . dau. of 
Dr. Watmougli. 
Sarah, b. 22 June 1654, bur. at Belfreys, York, 

5 Sept. 1670. 
Martha, mar. John Gill, of Car House, near Rother- 
ham, she was b. 30 Apr. 1656, and was bur. at 
Rotherham 4 Apr. 1689. 
Elizabeth, d. v. 



208 dugdale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

B. JOSHUA HORTON, of Cliadderton, co. Laiic, J. P., b. at 

Sowerby 22 Jan. 1657, matric. at lirazcriose Coll., O.xf., 
17 July 1675, d. 15. bur. 18 Dec. 1708 at Oldbara, M.I. ; 
mar. Marv, dau. of Robert Gregg, of Bradley, co. Cestr., 
27 Feb. 1678. d. 15, bur. 29 Dec. 1708 at Oldbain. They 
had issue — 

Thomas, d. y. 

Thomas (C). 

William, d. V. 

William, <l. y. 

Josepli, d. y. 

James, Receiver-General of the Lsle of Man, bp. 
18 Apr. 1695 at Oldham, d. unmar. 14 Dec. 1734. 

Joshua, d. y. 

Martha, mar. Richaid Clavton, of AdHngton, 30 Nov. 
1697 at Oldham. 

Sarah, bp. at Oldham 6 Jan. 1687, nuir. Thomas 
Williamson, of Liverpool, ineichant. 

Elizabeth, bp. at Ohlliam 28 May 1689, mar. William 
Williamson, of Liverpool, mercliant. 

Mary, d. y. 

Mary, d. y. 

Jane, mar. John Parr, of Liverpool, nierchant. 

C. THOMAS HORTON, ESQ., J. P., Governor of the Isle of 

Man for the Earl of Derby, b. at Chester 4 May 1685, d. 
at Manchester, bur. 22 Mar. 1757 at Oldham ; mar. Anne, 
dau. and coh. of Richard Mostyn, of London, d. at 
Ciiadderton 17 June 1725, bur. at Oldham. They had 
issue — 

1. Sir William (D). 

2. Joshua (see Third Line). 

3. Thomas, bp. at Ciiadderton 1 Apr. 1722, d. 23 June 

1726. 
Mary, bp. at Oldham 5 Oct. 1710, living unmar. 

1774. 
Anne, bp. at Oldham 23 Oct. 1714. liviiit; unmar. 

1773. 
Jane, bp. 25 Julv 1716, bur. 29 Oct. 1768 at 

Oldham. 
Susannah, mar. 24 Mar. 1742 at Oldliani, George 

Lloyd, of Hulme. 
Sarah," bp. at Oldham 10 Julv 1724, living unmar. 

1773. 

D. SIR WILLIAM HORTON, of Chadderton, Bart., cr. 22 Jan. 

1764, J.P, High SherifT co. Lane, bp. 6 Jan. 1712, d. 
25 Feb. 1774; mar. Susannah, dau. and h. of Francis 
Watts, of Barns Hall, co. York, at Tankersley 23 Aug. 
1751, d. 19 Mav 1778. Thev had issue— 



DUGDALe's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 209 

Sir Watts Hortoii, second Bart., bp. at Oldham 
10 Dec. 1753, d. 15 Nov. 1811; mar. at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, London, 3 June 1778, 
Henrietta Smith, dau. of James, Lord Stanley, 
eldest son of eleventh Earl of Derby, d. 15 Oct. 
1830. They had issue- 
Harriet Susannah Anne, mar. Charles Rees, 
Esq., Major 53rd Regiment. 
Sir Thomas Horton, third Bart., succeeded his brother, 
Vicar of Badsworth, b. 21 Julv, bp. 16 Aug. 1758, 
d. 2 Mar. 1821 ; mar. 28 July 1779 Elizabeth, dau. 
of James, Lord Stanlev, eldest son of eleventh Earl 
of Derby. They had issue — 

Charlotte, only dau. and h. ; mar. George 

Pollard, Esq., of Stannary Hall, Halifax, 

she was b. 21 Oct. 178i, "and d. 25 Dec. 

1842 at Lyons. 

William, Lieut.-Colonel Lane. Militia, b. 21 Oct. 1767, 

d. 15 Apr. 1816. 



THIRD LINE. 

JOSHUA HORTON, ESQ., of Howroyde (second son of 
Thomas Horton, Esq., C), bp. at Oldham 1 June 1720, d. 
29 Jan. 1793 ; mar. first Anne, dau. of George Clarke, Esq., 
Governor of New York, d. s.p., bur. at Oldham 28 May 
1764. 

Mar. secondly Marv Bethia, dau. of Rev. John Woolen, 
Rector of Emley, 20 Oct. 1765, d. 8 Feb. 1806, bur. at 
Badsworth, M.I." They had issue- 
Thomas (i)'). 

Joshua Sydney, Admiral R.N., mar. and had issue. 

Richard Heniy, ISIajor in the Army. 

William, in Holy Orders at Rochdale ; mar. and had 
issue. 

Anna Maria, b. Oct. 1770, d. unmar. 19 Julv 1831. 

Jane, b. 22 Feb. 1773, d. 11 Aug. 1829. 

Charlotte, mar. Rev. William Richardson, of Ferry 
Fryston. 

THOMAS HORTON, ESQ., of Howrojde, J.P., D.L., b. 

28 Aug. 1766, d. 22 Dec. 1S29, bur. at Elland, M.I. ; mar. 
Lady Mary Gordon, youngest dau. of George, second Earl of 
Aberdeen, 11 Mar. 1789, d. 7 Aug. 1852, bur. at Elland, 
M.I. They liad issue — 

Rev. Joshua Thomas (C). 

George William, of Erabsay, Colonel, mar. and had 
issue. 



210 



DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



Mary, mar. Francis Beynon Htickft, Esq. 
Georgiana Henrietta Catherine Ann, d. y. 

C. REV. JOSHUA THOMAS HORTON, of Howroyde, Vicar 
of Ormsldrk, b. 12 Nov. 1790, d. Nov. 1845; mar. Harriet, 
dau. of Sir Thomas D. Hesketh, Bart., 6 Nov. 1832, d. 
10 May 1836. They had issue— 

Z>. JOSHUA THOMAS HORTON, ESQ., of Howroyde, J. P., 
D.L., Captain of the West Yorkshire Yeomanry, b. 10 May 
1836, d. 1 Nov. 1895; mar. Elizabeth Blackie, dau. of 
John Robertson, Esq., of Edenmoutli, Kelso, IS Nov. 1857, 
d. IS Feb. 1902. They had Issue— 

Joshua Thomas (E). 

William Theodore. 

George Herbert. 

Harriet, d. young, 

K JOSHUA THOMAS HORTON, ESQ., of Howroyde, now 
living there. 



Stainecrosse Wapentake. 




Pontefract, 7 Apr 

of 

CatlmgljiU. 



Arms : — Gules, a chevron between two mullets in chis 

in base Or. 
Crest : — Out of a mural coronet a lion's head, pierced 

an arrow. 



ind a lion rampant 
Dugh the neck with 



I. FRANCIS SOT WELL, of Chute, in co. Wilts, Esq'. He 
had issue — 

J. John Sotwell, of Chute, D'' of the Civil Lazve, dyed 



UUGDALES VISITATION OF YORK.SHIKK. till 

Richard Sotwell. 
John Sotwell (II). 

II. JOHN SOTWELL, of Andover, in com. Suthampt., and 
Catlinghill, in Hoyland Stoaynes, in the parish of Silkston, 
in com. Ebor., Vicar of Penistone, {%) bur. there 2 Sept. 
1611, (?) admon. at York 28 Nov. 1611 ; mar. . . . , bur. at 
Silkstone 28 Nov. 1604 (I). They had i.s.sue— 

1. Will'm Sotwell, of Greenham, in com. JVilts, Esq'-. 

By indenture 29 Mart. 11 Car. I conveys to Eliz., 
his daugh. & heire, y' manour of Tndworth, in 
com. Wilts, <h lands in Lurcashall, &c., 1 Nov. 
16 Car. I, upoii y' same daugh. & sole heire, lands 
in Andover in co. Southampt. and in Apples . . . 
and on her heires ; and the remainder to y' right 
heires of the said William Sotwell, Esq''. ; mar. 

sister unto Roger Knight, of Greenham, in 

CO. Wilts, Esq''. They had issue — 

Elizabeth, daughter & coheire ; mar. Francis 

Trenchard, of Normanton, in com. Wilts, 

Esq': Tliey had issue — 

Elizabeth, died under age. 

mar. John Bulkley, of Fordingbridge, in 

CO. Suthampt., Esq''. They had issue — 
. . . , a son, dyed an infant. 

2. Richard (III). 

Edward, 1 -,. -, ■ , 

J 1 > died unmarried. 

1. Frances, wife of Rob' Hepworth, of Cumberworth, in 

coin. Ebor.; mar. at Kirkburton 28 June 1591. 

2. Ellen, wife of John Deane, of Sandleford, in com. 

Berks. 
S. Jane, wife of George Burdet, of Garrhead, in the parish 

of Silkston, in com. Ebor. ; afterivards of William 

Field, of Thurnsco, in com. Ehorum, mar. lie. 1613 

at Silkstone. 
4. Elizabeth, ivife of John Micklethwayt, of Ingbirch- 

worth, in com. Eborum. 



III. RICHARD SOTWELL, of Catlinghill, in Hoyland Sivaine, 
died circa annii. 1622, bur. at Silkstone 2 Jan. 162J, 
admon. at York 9 May 1622 ; mar. Alice, daughter of Roger 
Micklethwnyte, of Ingbirchworlh, in com. Ebor., at Penistone 
15 Aug. 1603, bur. at Silkstone 27 Feb. 1626. Tliey had 
issue — 

1. Francis Sotwell, died unmarried, bp. at Silkstone 

3 Mar. leOf. 

2. John (IV). 

S. Richard Sottvell, died an infant, bp. at Silkstone 
7 July 1622. 



DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 

1. Jane, wife of De-la-Kiver Burdet, of Danby, bp. at 
Silkstoiie 5 May 1608. 

^. Ellen, wife of Will. Milner, of Bentley, near Don- 
caster, bp. at Silkstone 3 Mar. 161^. 

S. Maryaret, 7*' tnarried to Will. Ueivet, of Rawi'oyde, 
neer Cawthorn ; S'^'y to Will. Greathead. 

JOHN SOT WELL, of Catlinghill, in com. Mm:, and 
Andover, in co. Suthampt., gent., cet. 52 annor. 7 Apr. 
a" 1666, bp. at Silkstone 24 Mar. 161f; mar. Dinah, 
danghter of I'homas Hanson, of Nether Eastfield, in the 
parish of Silkstone, in com. Eborum, at Silkstone 3 Oct. 
1633, bur. there 20 Aug. 1667. They liad i.ssue— 
John (V). 

William, bur. at Silkstone 13 June 1664. 
Richard, bp. at Silkstone 5 Mav 1639, bur. there 
30 Apr. 1665. 
/. Elizabeth, tvife of John Kay, of Milshaw, in the parish 
of Burton, bp. at Silkstone 9 June 1636; mar. 
there 31 July 1657. 
2. Ellen, (?) mar. John Earnshaw, of Almondbury. 
S. Mary, (?) mar John Scott, of Silkstone. 

JOHN SOT WELL, son and heire, cet. 24 annor. 7 Apr. 1666, 
(I) bur. at Silkstone 24 Jan. 1693-4. Will 3 Jan. 1693-4, 
pr. at York 2 Mar. 1693-4; mar. Elizabeth, daughter of 
Richard Streete, of Langsett, in the parish of Penyston, 
12 July 1664 at Bradfield, bur. at Silkstone 22 Nov. 
1680. They liad issue— 

1. John, named in his father's will. 

2. Richard, bp. at Silkstone 1 June 1669. 

3. William, named in liis father's will. 

4. Edward, named in his fatlier's will and sole executor. 

5. Francis, bp. at Silkstone 2 Aug. 1678, named in his 

father's will. 
[Mary, cet. 1 anni et . . . mensin., bp. at Penistone 
16 Mar. 1664-5; (?) mar. at Dewsburv, John 
Dawson 29 Oct. 1691. 
Elizabeth, bp. at Silkstone 26 Dec. 1675; (?) mar. 
at Horburv, John Richardson, of Wakefield, 
9 Sept. 1698. 
(?) Mar. secondlv, at Penistone, Elizabeth Greaves, widow, 
7 July 1681. 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 213 

OsGODCROssE WAPENTAKE. Poiiifret 8 Aug. 1665. 



(Brnpsoit 
of 




hevron between thi-ee 
No proofe made of thi 



formee Argent. 



at Hook. 



GREGORY EMPSON, yeoman, of Goole, bu 
Will 1 Mar. 1622-3, pr. at Snaith (Act Book) : 
He had issue- 
Francis (II). 

Bryan, named in his father's will. 
John, named in his father's will. 



II. RICHARD [? FRANCIS] EMPSON, of Goivle, in com. Ebor., 
ije.nt. Admon. to widow 24 Mar. 1616 (Snaith Court); 
mar. Isabel, daughter of . . . Gathorne (Gaythorne), of 
Hook, 30 April 'l614 (Snaith Marriage Licence). They 
had issue — 

111. GEORGE EMPSON, of Goide, cetatis 46 ann. S Aug. a" 1665, 
inheiited Southam Grange from his grandfather; a Royalist, 
bur. in Hook Church 1677, ast. si.xty-two, M.I. Will 5 July 
167-5, pr. at York (Reg. Test., Ivii, 415) ; mar. first Elizabeth, 
dauijliter of John. Anbij, of Shertuood, in com. Ebor., lie. 1635 
at Kellington. They had issue — 
George (IV). 

Mary, executrix of her father, either mar. Mr John 
Green, of Crowle, attorney, or bur. a spinster 
11 Apr. 1682, at Hook. 
Mar. secondly Anne . . . , executrix of her husband's will. 

IV. GEORGE EMPSON, mar. privately (according to Heywood's 
Register) at Coley Chapel 19 Jan. 1708-9, Margaret Webster, 
widow of Francis Nevile, Esq., of Chevet (remar. 1711 
Thomas Wentworth, Esq., of Horbury), bur. at Horbury 
24 Dec. 1733 (Reg.). 




■214 DUGUALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

Claro Wapentake. Knaresborongh, 14 Aug, 

uf 



Arms:— Azure, a talbot passant Argent. 

•Crest ; — An heraldic antelope sejeant Argent, attired Sable. 

I. THOMAS BURGOINE, of Long Stanton, in co. Cantabrigice ; 

mar. Catherine, daughter to the L'^ Chidiok Paulet, a younger 

son to the right ho^'^ Will'm, Earle of Wiltshire and first 

L'^ Marquesse of Winchester. They had issue — 

George (II). 

Kalherine, y^ ivife of . . . Blackshaw, citizen of 

London. 
Frances, wife of . . . Walton, afterwards of . . . 
Mary, wife of ... . Darcy, of ... , brother to 
Conyers, L'' Darcy. 

II. GEORGE BURGOINE, of Spoford (Spofforth), in com. 
Ebor., died a" 1H57 ; mar. Elizabeth, daughter of William 
Cheney, of Kirkby-Overblows, in com. Ebor. They had issue — 

1. Peter (III). 

2. William, died unmarried. 

3. Francis, died unmarried. 

Thomas Burgoigne, died withotit issue. 
Elizabeth, died young. 

III. PETER BURGOIGNE, of Addlethorpe, in the parish oj 
Spoford, in co. Ebor., wt. J^.o ann. 14" Aug. 1665. Admon. 
12 Apr. 1669; mar. Margaret, daughter of Robert Menil, 
of . . . , in Cleveland. They liad issue — 

1. Elizabeth, died young. 

2. Catherine, died young. 

3. Margaret, o't. S ann. et dimidifi 1^ Aug. a' 1665. 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 215 

OsGODCEossE WiPKNTAKE. Poiitffract, 7 Aug. 1665. 




lobnstoit 

of 
Pomta. 



Arms :— Argent, a saltire Sable, on a chief Gules two 
of pretence Sable, a chevron Ermine be 
couped below the shoulders proper. 

Crest : — On a mound a castle in ruins all proper. 



I. 



II. 
III. 



GA WEN JOHNSTON, 
He had issue — 



ly called Gmven of the Wood. 



ARCHIBALD JOHNSTON. He had issue— 

GA WYN JOHNSTON, seized of Elsi-sheilds by the grant of 
Gawen, his grandfather, a" 1^86. He had issue — 

WILKIN JOHNSTON, seized of Elsi-shields a" 1520 ; mar- 
Katherine Kirkpatrick, first tvife. Thev had issue — 

.... (V). 
mar. . . . , daughter to the Lord Totholock, 2 wife. They 
had issue — 

John Johnston, of Elsi-shields, a" 1560 ; mar. . . . , 



daughter to . 

had issue — 

Wilki 



Macknath (Macmath). They 

Johnston, a" 1581. He had issue — 
James Johnston, of Elsi-shields, a" 

1606, died without issice. 
Archibald, brother and heire, of 

Elsi-shields, a" 1629. 



. . . . JOHNSTON, of Kellouibanke, a" 1656 ; mar. Margaret, 
daugh. of ... . Crage, sister to D'' Grage, phisician to K. 
James. They liad issue — 

JOHN JOHNSTON, Advocate, Lairde of Castle-Milke, Abbot 
of Halliivood, and Commendator of Saublet, a" 1610 ; mar. 
Barbara, daughter of Nicholas Udwart, Merchant Burgesse 
of Edenburgh. They had issue — 

1. Thomas Johnston, Lairde of Castlemilke, died without 

issue. 

2. John (VIT). 



216 DUGD ale's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

3. Alexander Johnston, Advocate in Edenburyh ; mar. 
Sophia, dauyh. of Wilkin Johnston. 

1. Jennet, wife of Arthur Naysmith, Steward to Esme, 

Duke of Lennox. 

2. Helen, wife to Samuell Hunter, of Edenburyh. 

VII. JOHA^ JOHNSTON, Rector of Sutton upon Darivent, died 
a" 1657, bur. there 31 Aug.; mar. at Snaith, Elizabeth, 
dauyhter of Henry Hobson, of Usjiete, in com. Eborum. 
They had issue — 

1. Nathaniel (VIII). 

2. John Johnston, of Pomfret, (Kt. 36 ann. 7 Axiy. 1665, 

Alderman and Mayor, bur. there 12 Apr. 1697. 

Adraon. 13 May 1697 ; mar. Frances, dauyhter of 

. . . Longbotham, widoto of Malachy Doyle, at 

Pontefract, 23 Jan. 1653-4 (Reg.). Thev had issue — 

William, b. at Pontefract 5 Feb. 1654-5, 

admitted to St. John's, Camb., 30 Mar. 

1671. 

Samuel, bp. at Pontefract 15 Jan. 1666-7, 

bur. there 10 Dec. 1674. 
Marmaduke, administrator of liis father's 
estate. 

3. Alexander, died at Miltau in Poland. 

If.. Saviuel, of Beverley, Phvsician, bur. at St. Mary's, 
Beverley, 5 Dec! 1718. Will 25 Jan. 1716-7, pr. 
at York 25 Feb. 1718-9 (Reg. Test., Ixxiii, 132); 
mar. Ann . . . , bur. at Beverley 20 July 1697. 
They had issue — 

John, b. at Beverley, admitted to St. John's, 

Camb., 5 May 1690. 
Samuel, bp. at Beverlev 1680, executor of 

his father, d. 1684. 
Joseph, bp. at Beverley 21 May 1682. 
Samuel, Vicar of St. Mary's, Beverley ; mar. 

and had issue. 
Anne, mar. George Davies. 
Bridget, mar. William Creyk. 

5. Joseph. 

6. Benjamin. 

7. Henry, a Benedictine monk, an author, prior at St. 

Edmund's, Paris, d. there 9 July 1723 (see 
Diet. Nat. Biog.). 
Sarah. 

VIII. NATHANIEL JOHNSTON, of Pomfret, in com Ebor., 
D'' in Phisick, cetatis 38 an. 7" Any. 1665, an eminent 
antiquary, moved to London 1686, b. 1627, bp. at Whitgift, 
d. in London 1705 (.see Diet. Nat. Biog.); mar., 1653, 
Anne, dauyh. and coheire of Rich. Cudivorth, of Eastfield, 
in Yorksh., bur. at Pontefract 20 Mar. 1681-2. They had 



DU6DALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



217 



1. Cudivorth (IX). 

2. Charles, of Pontefract, M.D., admitted to St. John's, 

Camb., 20 Oct. 1676; mar. Sarah, dau. of Thos. 
Burley, of Greenhill, lie. 11 May 1686, d. at 
Chesterfield (Hunter). They had is.sue — 

Henry Johnston, LL.D., Chancellor of 
Llandaff, bp. at Pontefract 3 Feb. 1694-5; 
mar. Hannah, sister of Dr. John Harris, 
Bishop of Llandaff. 
Jane, bp. at Pontefract 9 Sept. 1688. 
Elizabeth. 

Sarah, bp. at Pontefract 17 Aug. 1698. 
Barbara, bp. at Pontefract 3 Nov. 1699. 
S. Nathaniel. 

i. John, bp. at Pontefract 15 Aug. 1665 (Reg.). 
Anne, bp. at Pontefract 6 Mar. 1661-2 (Reg.). 

:X. CUDWORTH JOHNSTON, M.D., admitted to St. John's, 
Camb., 30 Mar. 1671, borne 21 Sept. 165^, d. v.p. 17 Apr. 
1692; mar. Margaret, dau. of John Pelham, of Hull, by 
Jane, dau. of Richard Frank, Esq., of Campsall ; mar. at 
Campsall 21 June 1680 (Reg.). They had issue— 

Pelham (X). 

John. 

Ann. 

X. PELHAM JOHNSTON, M.D., of London, admitted to 
St. John's, Camb., 2 May 1700, ii»t. 19, d. at Westminster 
10 Aug. 1765 ; mar. Anne, dau. of Maxmilian Western, 
of Abington, co. Cantab. 



HOLDERNKSSE MlDDLE BaYLIWICK. 




lalton 
of 



Arms : — Azure, semee of cross-orosslets Argent, a lion rampant gardant of the 

last. 
Crkst : — A dragon's head . . . between two wings displayed . . . 



218 DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

I. ROBERT DALTON, of Myton, SuUo7i, South Cotes, Stone- 
jerry and Dry-pole, in Uoldernesse (son of Thomas Dalton, 
of Sutton, see vol. ii, 326), bur. at Holy Trinity Church, 
Hull, 25 June 1626, admon. 5 July; mar. Elizabeth, eldest 
daughter and coheire of Raphe Constable, of Noi-th Parke, in 
Uoldernesse. They had issue — 
i. Thomas (II). 
2. Robert Dalton, a Carthusian Monke at Netvport, in 

Flanders. 
S. Henry, obijt sine prole, C?) bur. at Trinity, Hull, 1 6 Jan. 

1655-6; C?) mar Susanna Colling, wid. 
4- John Dalton, of Barton sup. Humber, in co. Line. 

5. Raphe, obijt sine prole. 

6. James, a secular priest. 

7. Ambrose, obijt sine prole. 

Anne, wife of Robert Bacon, of Ferriby, in com. Ebm:, 
lie. 1601' at St. John's, Beverley. 

II. THOMAS DALTON, of Myton, &c., died a' 1639; mar. 
Anne, daughter of John Ingleby, a yoii,nger son of S' W'" 
Ingleby, of Ripley, K'. They had issue — 
/. John (III). 

2. James Dalton, man: Cath., daughter of James Clarke, 

Citizen and Chirurgeon of London. 

3. Will'm, obijt sine prole. 
Jf. Thomas (IV). 

1. Elizabeth, wife unto Samuell Snawsdell, of . . . 

2. Catherine, wife of Rob'. Dickenson, of Camvick jvo.ia 

Lincolne, gen'. 

III. JOHiV DALTON, of Swine, Nuttles, Sutton, Ac, Esq'., 
aet. 4.2 2' Sept. 1665. Will 9 Oct., pr. at York 13 Nov. 
1685 ; mar. Mary, dau. of Thomas Brudenell, Earl of 
Cardigan, widow of John, .second Viscount Dunbar. 
Admon. 13 Nov. 1685. 



IV. THOMAS DALTON, ESQ., of Nuttles, succeeded his brother 
John. Will II Jan. 1696-7, pr. at York 20 Jan. 1700-1, 
leaving hi.s estates to his wife ; mar. Elizabeth .... 



UUGDALES VISITATION OV YORKSHIRE. 219 

Agbbigg and Morley Wapkntake. Hallifax, 2 Apr. a" 1666. 




of 



Arms : — Azure, a Hon rampant within an orle of nine crescents Or. 
Crest ; — A bull's head erased quarterly Argent and Gules, the horns per t'ess, 
the dexter Or and the second, the sinister Or and the first. 

I. RICHARD BEAUMONT, ESQ., of Whitley Beaumont. 
Will 1 Dec. 1471, pr. at York 20 Sept. 1471 {sic) (Reg. 
Test, iv, 29), to be bur. in the quire of Heaton Church ; 
mar. Cecilia Mirfield. They had i.ssue — 

II. THOMAS BEAUMONT, ESQ., of Whitley. Will 25 June, 
pr. at York 31 July 1495 (Reg. Test, v., 464), to be 
bur. at Heaton ; mar. Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Robert 
Nevile, of Liver.sedge. They had issue — 

Robert Beaumont, Esq., of Whitley, d. before 
18 Aug. 10 Hen VII (1495); mar. Isabella, 
dau. of Richard Woodruff, Esq., of Woolley. 
Richard (III). 
Edward, a chaplain. 
William. 
John. 
Anne, mar. Robert Lovell, of Skelton (Glover's 

Visitation). 
Elizabeth, mar. . . , Gardiner. 

Alice, mar. Thomas Savile, of Copley, bur. at Halifax 
8 Dec. 1552. 



III. RICARDUS BEAUMONT, ESQ., of Whitley, a" llf Henry 8, 
Will 1 Oct., pr. at York 21 Dec. 1540 (Test. Ebor., vi. 
116), to be bur. in the quire of Heaton ; mar., first, 
Joanna, dau. of John Sandford, of Thorp Salvin. They 
had issue — 

Roger (IV). 

Cecilia, mar. Richard Lockwood. 

Elizabeth, mar. John Wood, Esq., of Longley. 



220 dugdale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

Mar. second!}' Elizabeth, dau. and coh. of Sir John 
Harrington, of Hornby Castle (rel. of Sir John Stanley), lie. 
4 Nov. 1503 (Test. Ebor., iii, 363). 

Mar. thirdl}- Margaret, dau. of Robert Wyvill, Esq., of 
Little Burton (remar. Richard Nevile). They had issue — 

Robert, named in his father's will ; mar. Maiiana . . . 

George, named in his father's will. 

Johanna, mai'. Alveray Copley, of Batley. 

IV. ROGER BEAUMONT, ESQ., d. v.p. ; mar. Johanna, dau. 
of Arthur Pilkiugton, Esq., of Bradley. They had issue — 
Richard (V). 
Elizabeth. 

V. RICHARD BEAUMONT, ESQ., J.P., d. intest. 11 Mar. 

1573, bur. at Kirkheaton, admon. 28 Apr. 1574; mar. 
first Katheriiie, dau. of Sir Robert Nevile, of Liversedge. 
They had issue — 

Richard, eldest son and h., bur. 18 Oct. 1561 at 

Kirkheaton. 
Edivardus (VI). 

Rosamund, mar. Willielmus Beaumont de Lascell Hall 
(see second line F). 
Mar. secondly Alice, dau. of Robert Nettleton, of Thorn- 
hill Lees (remar. Miles Burton). They had issue — 

Thomas, who had £10 in his brother Edward's will. 

VI. EDWARDVS BEAUMONT de Whitley, in com. Ebor arm., 
d. 3 Jan. 17 Eliz. (1574-5), bur. at Kirkheaton. Will 13 Dec. 

1574, pr. at York 4 Feb. 1574-5 (Reg. Test, xix, 777); 
mar. Elizabeth, filia Joh'is Ramsden de Longley, in com. 
Ebor., at Almondbury, 16 Oct. 1571 (Reg.). They had 
issue — 

Ricardus (VII). 

1. Gracia, bp. at Almondbury 7 Sept. 1572, ii.vor Thomoe 

Pilkington, armigeri, she d. before 1611. 

2. Margeria (Margaret), uxor Christopheri Wray de 

Cursworth, in com. Ebor., arm., mar. at Almond- 
bury 1 Sept.' 1600, she was bur. at Sprotborough 
28 Apr. 1611. 

VII. RICARDUS BEAUMONT miles ei Baronettns, J.P., 
Treasurer for Lame Soldiers, M.P. for Pontefract 1625, cr. 
Bart. 19 Aug. 1628, bp. at Kirkheaton 5 Sept.' 1574, obijt 
sine prole, unmar. 20 Oct. 1631, bur. at Kirkheaton. M.I. 
Will 22 Aug. 1631, pr. at York 2 Aug. 1632 (Reg. Test., 
xli, 803), leaving his estates to his cousin Thomas (H), son 
of Richard Beaumont, of Lascelles Hall and Kexborough. 

' These dates differ from those in the pedigree in Whitaker's " Leeds," and 
tiave been taken direct from the Registers of Almondbury. 



DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 221 

SECOND LINE. 

HENRY BEAUMONT, of Lascelles Hall, par. Kirkheaton, 
ju. ux. Will 24 Dec. 1468, pr. at York 16 Jan. 1468-9 (Reg. 
Test., iv, 1.50), to be bur. in churchyard of Heaton ; mar. 
Johanna, dau. and h. of John Lascelles, of Lascelles Hall. 
They had issue — 



B. JOHN BEAUMONT, of Lascelles Hall ; mar. Elizabeth 
Cooke. Thev had issue — 



C. JOHN BEAUMONT, of Lascelles Hall. Will 26 Nov. 
1.537, pr. at York 1 Jan. 1542-3 (Reg. Test., xi, 646), to 
be bur. at Mirfield ; mar. Alice, dau. of John Sothill. 
'J'hey had issue — 

Thomas (D). 

Other children. 

D. THOMAS BEAUMONT, Gent., of Lascelles Hall, bur. at 
Mirfield 30 July 1561, admon. 2 Oct. 1561; mar. first 
Johanna, dau. and h. of William Turton. They had issue — 
Richard (E). 

Jane, mar. Richard Langley, of Rathorp (Glover). 
Mar. secondly Agnes, dau. of . . . Langley. Will 12 June 
1589, pr. at York 28 Mar. 1590 (Reg. Test., .x.xiv, 291) 
to be bur. at Catton. They had issue — 

Edward, of Catton. Will IS Oct., pr. at Y^ork 2 Nov. 
1596 (Reg. Test., xxvi, 385), to be bur. at Catton; 
mar. Elizabeth, dau. of Christopher Hopton, of 
Armley, Esq., at Mirfield, 3 Aug. 1574, bur. 
there 24 July 1588. They had issue — 

Christopher, of Catton, bur. at Catton 16 
Apr. 1613 (Reg.), admon. 30 Apr. 1613; 
mar. Elizabeth, dau. of Robert Day, 
20 Oct. 1612, lie. 1600 (! remar. Thos. 
Gerard, of Barnard Castle, at Catton). 
They had issue — 
Richard. 
Edward. 
Elizabeth. 
Mary. 
Anne. 
Dorothy. 
Thomas, of Selby, bur. at Catton. Will 9, 
pr. 12 Sept. 1615 (Reg. Test., xxxiii, 644). 
Anne, mar. Michael Portington, of Port- 
ington. 
Isabella, mar. Richard Darley, of Buttercrambe 

(Glover's Visitation). 
Alice, mar. Thomas Green, of Barnby. 



222 uucdale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

E. RICHARD BEAUMONT, ESQ., of Elmley. Will 28 Mar. 

1569, pi-, at York 13 Apr. 1570 (Reg. Test., xviii, 186); 
mar. Katherine, dau. of John Gascoigiie, of Lasingcroft. 
Thev had issue — 

Willwhnus (F). 
Thomas, exor. of his father. 
Richard, exor. of his fatlier. 
Margaret, mar. first Henry Knight, .secondly John 

Armytage, Esq., of Kirklees. 
Joan, mar. first Robert Holmes, of Barnby, secondly 
Cordell Savile. Her will 20 Dec. 1615, pr. at York 
23 Feb. 1615-6 (Reg. Test., xxxiii, 755), to be 
bur. at Barton. 

F. WILLIELifUS BEAUMONT, ESQ., de Lascell-Hall, in 

com. Ebor., 9 Eliz. Re<j., d. before 9 Apr. 1621 ; mar. 
Rosamund, dau. of Richard Beaumont, of Whalley, and 
Katherine Nevile (see first line). They had issue — 

1. Ricardw (G). 

2. Thomas Beau7noiit, de Heaton, in com. Ebor., officer 

in Dutch service ; mar. Jennet, dau. of Thomas 
Staiford, of Kirkheaton. They liad issue — 
John. 
Richard. 
William. 

Jane, mar. Edward Hanson, of Woodhouse. 
Elizabeth, mar. Roger Swallow. 
Mary, mar. Francis Elland. 
Katherine, mar. . . . Holt. 
Susanna, mar. Gabriel Hemsworth, of Garforth, at 

Mirfield 16 Feb. 1601. 
Grace, mar. first Francis Savile, secondly Ralph 

Carr, of Hague Hall. 
Mary, mar. John Burton. 

G. RICARDUS BEAUMONT, ESQ., of Lascelles Hall and 

Kexborough, b. 15 Jan. 1570, bur. U May 1656 at Kirk- 
heaton ; mar. first Anna, Jilia Roberti Kay de Wakefield, 
in com. Ebor., 1 Feb. 1602, at Mirfield, bur. there 23"May 
1616. They had issue- 
Sir Thomas (H). 

Richard, bp. at Mirfield 10 Feb. 1606. 

George, bp. 19 Mar. 1611, bur. 14 Oct. 1612 at 
Mirfield. 

Ros, bp. 22 Aug. 1603, bur. 3 Dec 1617 at Mirfield. 

Elizabeth, mar. John Beverley, of Great Smeaton, 
at Mirfield IS June 1637, "d. s.p. 

Anne, mar. first Joseph Binns, secondly Anthony 
Lorain, thirdly . . . Wetherell. 

Winifred, mar. William Ashton. 
Mar. secondly Elizabeth, dau. of Michael Wentworth, of 
WooUey (rel.'of Thomas Oldfield). 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 223 

H. THOMAS BEAUMONT, d,-. Whitley, mika, a-t. 60 an. 
2 Apr. Jtititl, Serjeant Major iSir Win. ISavile's Regt., 
Governor of Slieffield Castle, bp. at Mirfield 26 Jan. 1605, 
bur. 3 June 1668 at Kirklieaton. Will 18 Apr., pr. at 
York 20 July 1668 (Reg. Test., xlix, 225); mar. first 
Elizabetha, filia Gregorij Armitage, de Netherton, in com. 
Ebor., at Hartshead 6 Sept. 1629 (Reg.). They had 
issue — 

1. Adam (I). 

2. John, bp. 26 Nov. 1635, bur. 22 Mar. 1660 at 

Kirkheaton. 

3. Ricardns (see younger branch A). 

4. WiUidmiis, of Kirkheaton, bp. 11 June 1640, bur. 

there 26 July 1683. Will pr. at York 17 Aug. 

1688 (Whitaker's Leeds). 
Tiioinas, bp. at Mirfield 19 Mar. 1650, d. y., bur. 

30 Mar. 1661 at Kirkheaton (see Almondbury 

Registers) 
Anne, bp. at Hartshead 10 Apr. 1633, d. 20 Dec. 

1637. 
Elizabetha, bp. at Thornhill 28 Oct. 1634 (Reg.), uxor 

Gervasij Jilii junioris Francisci Nevill de Chevet. 
Sarah, mar. Robert Wrightson, of Cusworth, bur. at 

Hemsworth. 
Margaret, bp. at Thornhill 14 Mar. 1643-4 (Reg.). 
Maria, d. young. 
Mar. secondly Maria, filia Rici (George [Hunter]) Burdet 
de Denby (wid. of Rich. Pilkington) 18 Aug. 1656, d. 
8 Nov. 1682, bur. at Woolley. 



ADAM BEAUMONT, of Whitley, bp. at Hartshead 31 Mar. 
1631 (Reg.), obijt vitd parentis 17 Nov. 1655, bur. at Kirk- 
heaton. M.I. Will 12 Nov. 1655, pr. at London 26 Feb. 
1655-6 (Abs. Rec. Series, ix, 90); mar. Elizabetha, filia 
Radulphi Asshton de Middleton, in com. Lane, arm. They 
had issue — 

Ricardus (J). 

Elizabeth, mar. Edward Tildesley. 

Anne, mar. Peter Bold, of Bold. 



RICARDUS BEAUMONT, ESQ., of Whitley, (et. 10 
annorum 2" Apr. 1666, bur. 7 Mar. 1691-2 at Kirkheaton, 
M.I. ; mar. Frances, dau. of Sir William Lowther, of 
Swillington, 2 Oct. 1676, bur. 8 Feb. 1717 at Kirkheaton. 
Will 1 June 1714 (Reg. Test., Ixxiv, 77). They had issue- 
Richard (K). 
Adam, 

Thomas i , 
Frances, I ' •^ »' 
Mary, 



224 dugdale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

K. RICHARD BEAUMONT, ESQ., of Whitley, bp. at Kirk- 
heaton 2 Oct 1677, d. s.p. 27 June 1704, bur. at Kirk- 
heaton. M.I. Will 8 Jan. 1703-4, pr. at York 28 Aug. 
1704, leaving his estates to his cousin Richard, younger 
son of Richard Beaumont, of Lascelles Hall, gent, (see 
next pedigree B) ; mar. 11 June 1699, at Kirkthorpe, 
Katherine, dau. and h. of Thomas Stringer, Esq., of 
Sharleston, exix. of her husband, d. s.p. 4 Feb. 1729-30 
(remar. Tlioraas Fane, Earl of Westmorland). 



THIRD LINE. 

A. RICARDUS BEAUMONT, of Lascelles Hall (third son of 

Sir Thomas Beaumont, of Whitley, and Elizabetli Armytage), 
b. 17 Apr. 1638, bur. at Kirkheaton, 3 Jan. 1706; 
mar. Anne, dau. of Thomas Ramsden, of Hemsworth, 
21 May 1666, bur. 30 Nov. 1719 at Kirkheaton. They had 
issue — 

Richard (/.'). 

Other children. 

B. RICHARD BEAUMONT, ESQ., of Whitley, bp. at Kirk- 

heaton, 19 Oct. 1670, bur. there 18 Nov. 1723, died intestate. 
Admon. York, 5 Dec. 1723; mar. Susanna, dau. of Thos. 
Horton, Esq., of Barkisland, 14 Oct. 1700, bur. at Kirk- 
heaton, 23 Jan. 1730-1. Will 8 Jan. 1730-1, pr. at York 
14 July 1731 (Reg. Test. Ixxxii, 73). They had issue— 

1. Richard, bp. at Kirkheaton 10 Dec' 1702, d. at 

London. 

2. Thomas, bp. at Kirkheaton 22 Mav 1707, bur. there 

1 Dec. 1708. 

3. Henry, of Whitley, Esq., bp. at Kirkheaton 16 Jan. 

1716, d. unm., bur. 14 Oct. 1743, at Kirkheaton. 

4. Richard (C). 

1. Frances, mar. George Beaumont, of the Oaks, in 
Darton, at Kirkheaton, 23 Apr. 1723. Their 
descendant, Henry Frederick Beaumont, Esq., 
inherited the Whitley Beaumont estates by will of 
Richard Henry Beaumont, E.sq,, in 1857 {F). 
Ten other daughters. 

C. RICHARD BEAUMONT, ESQ., of Whitley, succeeded his 

brother Henry, bp. 4 Feb. 1719, bur. 17 Sept. 1764, at 
Kirkheaton. Will 6 Aug. 1762, pr. at York, 24 Nov. 1764 
(Reg. Test., cviii, 415); mar. first Judith, dau. of Thomas 
Ramsden, of Crowstone, d. s.p. 

Mar. secondly Elizabeth, dau. of William Holt, Esq., of 
Grizlehurst. They had issue — 

Richard Henry Beaumont, of Whitlev, F S.A., bp. 

30 Feb. 1748, d. unraar. 22 Nov." 1810, bur. at 

Kirkheaton. 



DU6DALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



225 



Cliarles, of Staples Inn, d. 
Thomas, Lieut, of Cavali-}', 
John (D). 



unmar. 11 July 1774. 
d. unmar. 10 Feb. 1782. 



D. JOHN BEAUMONT, ESQ , of Whitley, succeeded his brother 

Richard Henry, bp. 30 Sept. 1752, d. 3 Dec. 1831 ; mar. 
Sarah, dau. of Humphry Butler. They had i.ssue — 

E. CHARLES RICHARD BEAUMONT, ESQ., of Whitley, 

to have estates after tlie death of his father, under settlement 
of his uncle Richard Henry, said to have been born before 
marriage, died before his father, 18 Mar. 1813 ; mar. 1802 
Martha, dau. of Stephen Hemsted, M.D. They had issue — 

F. RICHARD HENRY BEAUMONT, ESQ., of Whitley, suc- 

ceeded his grandfather, b. 5 Aug. 1805, d. s.p. 1857, devised 
his estates to Henry Frederick, son of Col. Thomas Richard 
Beaumont, of the Oaks and Bretton ; mar. Catherine, dau. 
of Henry Wiggin, Esq. 

Autliorities — The editor is indebted to the excellent pedigree in 
Whitaker's Leeds, which there is carried further back — York Wills. 



STR.iFKORD AND TlCKHILL WapKNTAF 



Doncaster, 9° April 




of 
|nlton. 



Arms: — Gules, a fess Or between three water bougets Argent. 

I. NICHOLAS ELLERKER. He had issue— 



IL JOHN ELLERKER, 



25 Henry VI. He had 



mentioned in their father's will. 



226 duguale's visitation ok Yorkshire. 

III. ROBERT ELLERIvER, of Youlton, in pari.sh of Alne. He 

had issue — 

IV. RICHARD ELLERKER, of Youlton; mar. Jane, dau. of 

William Wards, of Bowes, in com. Richmond. They had 
issue — 

Richard (V). 

Anthony, of Youlton, bur. at Alne. Will 13 Nov. 
1607, pr. at York 5 Jan. 1607-8 (Reg. Test, xxx, 
451); mar. Catherine, dau. of Thomas Dent, of 
Ellingthorpe. They had issue — 

Francis, eldest son, d. s.p. ; mar. Elizabeth 

Christopher, named in his father's will ; mar. 

Cicely, dau. of . . . New by. They had 

issue — 

Anthony. 
Thomas, 
Richard, 
Arthur, 
Laurence, 

Barbara, mar. Stephen Scott, of Tollerton. 
Dorothy, mar. Richard Splenlow, Rector of 

Moor Monk ton, lie. 1591. 
Isabel, mar. . . . Plumer. 

V. RICHARD ELLERKER, of Youlton; mar. Margaret, dau. 
of Richard Bland, of Kippax. They had issue — 
Richard (VI). 
William, s.p. 

VI. RICHARD ELLERKER.i of Youlton ; mar. Anne, daughter 
of Richard Thornton, of Ellingthorpe. They had issue — 
Ralph (VII). 
Anthony. 
Cornelius. 
John. 
Ann. 
Sara. 

VII. RAPHE ELLERKER, of Yolton, in com. Ebor., died in 
Aug. a" D'ni 1639 ; mar. Jane, daughter of John Constable, 
son and heire to John Constable, of Dromonby, in co. Ebor., 
Esq''., lie. 1612. They had issue — 
1. Richard (VITI). 

S. Thomas Ellerker, of Doncaster, in com. Ebor., woollen 
draper, dyed in a' 161^3, bur. at Doncaster 21 July 
1643. Will 3 Feb. 1643, pr. at York (un- 

' Tliis and the preceding entries are taken from the Visitation of 1612. 
There is a will in London of Richard Ellerker, Esq., of Youlton, 28 Nov. 1583, 
to be buried at Alne, which mentions his sons Richard and William, and 
daughters Margaret and Anne. It might belong to Richard (V). 



UUGDALE's VISITAIION OF YORKSHIKK. 227 

registered) ; mar. Aniie, daughter o/' John Armitaye, 
of Doiicaster, ividoiv of Peter Short, at Doncaster, 
21 July 1639, bur. there 1649. Will 15 Mar. 
1649-50, pr. at London 14 May 1650 (Abs. York 
Rec. Ser., ix, 11). They had issue — 

Francis Ellerker, Citizeii & Mercer of London, 
bp. at Doncaster 7 June 1640, living 
1700. 
S. John, of Doncaster (A). 

1. Mary, ivife of Thomas Parker, of Borough- Briygs, in 
CO. Ebor., lie. 1638 there; next of John Watson, of 
Cawton, in com. Ebor. ; lastly of John Smith, of 
. . . in CO. Oxon. 
Anne, the wife of Henry Lascells, of Cawton, in co. 
Ebor. 
3. Jane, the wife of John Lyster, citizen of Yorke. 

VIII. RICHARD ELLERKER, of Yolton, in y North Riding of 
Yorkesh., Esq''., died in anno 1658 ; mar. Jane, daughter 
of Thomas Atkinson, of the Citty of Yorke. They had 
issue — 

1. Richard Ellerker, cHatis IS annor. 9 Apr. a' 1666. 

2. Thomas, cet. 11 ann. 
Elizabeth. 



SECOND BRANCH, OF DONCASTER. 

A. JOHN ELLERKER, of Doncaster, son of Ralph Ellerker ( VTI), 
Alderman, J. P., Mayor 1667, cet. i? ann. 9 Apr. a" 1666, 
bur. at Doncaster 12 Apr. 1701. M.I. Will 15 Jan. 1700-1, 
pr. at York 8 Mar. 1709-10 (Reg. Test., I.Kvi, 201); mar. 
Eliz., daugh. of Peter Short, of Doncaster, 11 Oct. 1647, bur. 
there 13 June 1703. M.I. They had issue— 
Thomas (B). 
1. Mary, bp. at Doncaster 13 Oct. 1648; mar. Richard 
Furnis, of St. Mary Wolnoth, London, lie. 5 Jan. 
1679-80. 
S. Anne, Ijp. at Doncaster 11 Dec. 1650, bur. there 
11 Dec. 1717, sole executrix of her father. Will 
2 Oct. 1717, pr. at York (Reg. Test., Ixxiv, 543) 
S. Eliz., bp. at Doncaster 24 May 1653, bur. 27 May 
1737 ; mar. Thomas (?) Wright. 

4. Jane, the Benefactress of Doncaster, d. 6 Nov. 1755, 

set. ninety-eight. Will 4 Nov. 1737, pr. at York 
Apr. 1788 (Reg. Test., cxxxii, 174). 

5. Sarah, mar. . . . Short. 

6. Hamiah, bp. at Doncaster 18 Dec. 1662, bur. there 

28 Nov. 1716. Will 6 July 1716, pr. 2 Aug. 1717 
(Reg. Test., Ixxi, 173). 



228 



DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



THOMAS ELLERKER, Attorney of London and Doncaster, 

cet. 10 ann. 9 Apr. a" 166fi, bp. at Doncaster 4 July 1655, 

admon. 9 Dec. 1693 ; mar. Anne, dau. of Robert Mellish, 

of Ragnall, Notts, at Westminster Abbey, 26 Dec. 1689 

(remar. at the Chapel Royal, Whitehall, 16 May 1696 John 

Williams, of St. Martin's, Ludgate). They had issue — 

1. William Ellerker, Esq., of Doncaster, d. s.p. 13 Mar. 

1771, bur. at Doncaster. Will 6 Mar. 1770, pr. at 

York 8 June 1771 (Reg. Test, cxv, 167); mar. 

Alice, dau. of Mr. Stead, of Laughton-en-le-Morthen, 

18 Nov. 1736, bur. at Doncaster 16 Apr. 1786. 

Will 24 Mav 1785, pr. at York 4 May 1786 (Reg. 

Test., cxxx,"'333). 

John Ellerker, Esq., of Doncaster, sometime a Solicitor 

resident in the Inner Temple, d. 25 Mar. 1774, set. 

eighty-two, bur. at Doncaster, M.I. Will 7 Mar. 

1774, pr. at York 20 Aug. 1774 (Reg. Test, cxi, 

228) ; mar. Sybilla Lloyd, of St. Edmund the King, 

London, d. 2 July 1787, bur. at Doncaster, M.I. 

Will 7 Jan. 1785 (Reg. Test., cxxxii, 167). 




Malton, 28 Aug. 1665. 



tntton 

of 
IRnaptoit* 



Arms: — Gules, a chevron Argent between three crosses jiatee Or. 
Crest : — On the stump of a tree erased Or a peacock close proper. 

THOMAS LUTTON, of West Lutton, K<. 

JOHN LUTTON, son and heir.', i^S E. 1. 

WILUM LUTTON, of Lutton, Esq-., 13 H. 6. 

WILLIAM LUTTON, of Knapton, Esq-., n H. 7. 



DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



THOMAS LUTTON, of Knaplon, in com. Ebor., Esqr., 
18 Febr. a" 37 H. 8. Will 28 Sept. 1546, pr. at York 
29 Oct. 1546 (Test. Ebor., vi, 241), Inq. P.M. 23 Sept. 



Tliev liad is.sue- 



itioiied in their fatliei''s 



1 Edwaid VI ; mar. 
jRaphe (II). 
George, 
William, 
John, 
Mary, 
Anne, 
Marge rie, 
Elizabeth, 



RAPHE LUTTON, ESQ":, dead in a" I" Eliz. Will 10 Aug., 
pr. at York 13 Sept. 1557 (Reg. Test., xv, 1, 331), Inq. 
P.M. 28 Oct. 4 and 5 Philip and Mary; mar. Elizabeth, 
dau. of . . . Thompson. They had issue — 

1. Francin Lutton, son and heire, 10 Atiy. a" 1" Eliz., 

died without issue. Will 27 July 1576, pr. at 
York 28 Feb. 1576-7 (Re<;. Test., xx, 149). 

2. Philip (III). 

Ralph Lutton, of Osgodby.' (A quo Lutton, of 

Osgodby, see below.) 
Mary, mar. Robert Atkinson, of Burton Agnes. 
Elizabeth, mar. George Kay, of Hugget on York 

Wold. 
Grace, mar. William Skirrey, of Cronie, co. York. 

PHILIP LUTTON, ESQ-., brother and heire of Francis, 
1 Apr. 3" Jac, living at the Visitations of 1584 and 1612, 
of Knapton, bp. 14 Feb. 1556, d. 8 Apr. 1621, bur. at 
Wintringham. Will 23 Feb. 1620-1, pr. at York 31 May 
1621 (Keg. Test., xxxvi, 445) ; mar. Anne, dau. of Robert 
Appleby, of Kildale, 4 Feb. 1578-9. Thev had issue— 

Raphe (IV). 

Henry Lutton, of Knapton ; mar. Johanna . . . 

Henry, set. two 1584, d. s.p. 

William, of London, named in his father's will. 

Mary, wife of Raphe Eldrington, of Egton, in com. 
Ebor. 

Elizabeth, ivife of Roger Hunter, of Mareshes, in com. 



I'ohn 



of Skerne, in com. 



Mary, ivife of 

Eborum. 

Anne, wife of Francis Proude, clerke. 
Philippa, bp. at Wintringham 6 Nov. 1596, y' 

of William Harding, clerke. 



RAPHE LUTTON, of' Knapton, in co. Ebor., Esq':, died 
in a" 1657, h. 24 July, bp. 7 Aug. 1586, bur. at Wintring- 

re is an account of this branch in Hunter's Min. Gent., iii, 948. 



230 duguale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

ham 20 Mar. 1657-8. Will 1 Feb. 1653-4, pr. at London 
15 July 1658 (Abs. York Rec. Ser., ix, 133); mo»-. Margaret, 
daughter of Robert Dakiiis, of Lynton, in com. Ebor., first 
wife, bur. at Wintringham 29 Sept. 1633 (C.B.N.). They 
had issue — 

1. William Lutton, of Knapton, Esq''., a>t. J4.6 ann. 
28 Atig. a" 1665, a Royalist and sufferer in Civil 
Wars, d. s.p., bur. at Wintringham 18 Feb. 
1687-8. Will 22 Nov. 1683, pr. at York 19 May 
1688 (unregistered) ; viar. Anne, daughter of 
S'' John Lyster, of Kingston-super-Hnll, in com. 
Ebor. 
S. Raj)he Lutton, succeeded his brother William and 
executor to him, b. 11 Dec. 1627, d. Feb. 1689-90. 
Will 17 Jan. 1689-90, pr. at York 9 Jan. 1690-1 
(vol. Ixi) ; mar. Isabell, daughter of Robert Morley, 
of Yorke, widow of Philip Wheath, of Hinderwell, 
in com. Ebor. They had issue — 

Margaret, mar. Abraham Markhara, named 

in her father's will. 
Elizabeth, mar. John Lister, Esq., named in 

her father's will. 
Ann, mar. William Headlam, named in her 
father's will. 

1. Jaue, loife of Thomas Warde, a merchant in Yorke ; 

mar. 24 Feb. 1647-8 at St. Mary Castlegate, York 
(C.B.N.). 

2. Eliz., wife of Henry Hympson, of Edston, in co. Ebor. 
S. Anne, wife of Roger Camplesham, of Cation, in co. 

Ebor. • • • 

Philip, bp. 29 Nov. 1612, bur. 25 Nov. 1635. 
Margaret 
mar. Barbara, daughter of . . . Rosse, of Hurstthwayte, in 
com. Ebor., widow of Evers Fairfax, S'^ ivife. They had 
issue — 

S. Philip Lutton, of Yedingham, in com. Ebor., bp. 22 Apr. 
1638; mar. first Alary, dau. of John Carvile, of 
Cation, in co. Ebor., ob. s. prole, 1 wife ; 
mar. secondly Eliz., daugh. of William Blytheman, 
of New Lathes, in co. Ebor., lie. 1663 at Yedingham, 
■They had issue — 

Philip, cet. 3 an. 25 Aug. 1665, lived to 
man's estate, but died before his uncle 
W^illiam. 
ifary. 
4. Samuell Lutton, Citizen of London, bp. 3 Dec. 1639 ; 
mar. . . . They had issue — 

John, heir to his uncle Ralph Lutton, of 
Knapton, died young at Cambridge. 



DUGUALH's visitation of YORKSHIHK. 231 

5. Sidney LiUtou, Cilizeii of London (V). 

6. Thomas, b. 1 1 Jan. 1642; mar. Anne Marley. 

7. John, b, 7 Sept. 1645, d. s.p. 

1. Barbara, b. I Apr. 1635 ; mar. Robert North, of 

Yatton, gent. 

2. Deborah, b. 14 Dec. 1640, wife of John Dobson, of 

Heslarton, clerke ; mar. at Heslarton 7 Oct. 1662, 

living 1689. 
S. Margaret, b. 17 Feb. 1643; mar. Rev. John Symm, 

Rector of Langton, lie. 1671 at Yeddingham or 

Heslerton. 
4. Ruthe, b. 30 June 1648 ; mar. at Knapton Chapel 

17 Oct. 1683 John Kay, Minister of Kirkby Wharf. 

V. SIDNEY LUTTON, Citizen of London, b. 1641, d. at the 
Canaries ; mar. Hannah, eldest dau. of Thomas Collins, 
of Northampton. They had issue — 
Thomas (VI). 

VI. THOMAS LUTTON, ESQ., heir to his cousin John, many 

years an Advocate in the Spiritual Court, d. at York 15, 
bur. in St. Maurice's Church 17 Sept. 1719. Will 5 May 
1716, pr. at York 1 Oct. 1719 (Reg. Test., Ixxiv, 185); mar. 
Arabella, dau. of John Thynne, Esq., of Egham, in Surrey, 
d. 14 Mar. 1711-2, bur. in St. Maurice's Church, York. 
They had issue — 

1. Ralph (VII). 

2. Thomas, in the Army, b. 15 May 1703, d. at Port 

Mahon in Minorca ; mar. . . . dau. of Colonel 
Gardiner. They had issue— 

Mary Lutton, only child. 

3. John, b. 10 June 1706, d. unmar., bur. at Wintring- 

ham 31 July 1749. Will 2 Mar. 1742-3, pr. 

31 Oct. 1749. 
Jane, d. infant. 
Arabella, mar. Rowland Child, of Turnham Green. 

VII. RALPH LUTTON, ESQ., of Knapton, J.P., one of the 

Grand Jury who sat on the rebels 1746, b. 23 Oct. 1701, 
bur. at Wintringham 12 Aug. 1755. Will 25 May 1747, 
pr. 15 Aug. 1755 (vol. xcix, 177); mar. Constance, eld. 
dau. of Sii- Francis Boynton, Bart., of Burton Agnes. 
They had issue — 

Ralph (VIII). 

Constance, bp. at Wintringham 30 Nov. 1743; mar. 
Thos. Peirse or Hustler, Esq., of Acklam, at St. 
Martin's, Coney Street, 10 Feb. 1765-6 (Reg.). 
Arabella, bp. at Wintringham 2 Dec. 1744, d. unm. 
at York 13 Oct. 1825, bur. at St. Maurice. 

VIII. RALPH LUTTON, ESQ., sometime of York, d. 17 July 
1823, set. 81, bur. at St. Maurice, mar. Anne, dau. of 
Geo. Ewbank, druggist, in York. They had issue — 



232 DUliDAI.K.S VISITATION OK YORKSHIRE. 

Ralph, 1). 26 Feb. 1771, d. unm. 

Georije, Lieutenant in the Aimv and Captain in the 
Militia, 1). 11 Feb. 1775, living at York 1825 
without issue ; mar. Jane, dau. of Rev. John 
Thomas, D.D., rector of Kirkb\'-Misperton at St. 
Maurice, York, 4 Apr. 1820. 

Constance, d. young. 

Elizabeth, b. 20 Dec. 1773, living unmar. 1825. 



SECOND LINE, OF OSGODBY. 

RALPH LUTTON, of Osgodby (sou of Ralph Lutton (U) and 
Elizabeth Thompson), bp. 16 Sept. 1557, bur. at Thirklebv 
26 Nov. 1623. Will 21 Nov. 1623, pr. at York 3 Apr. 
1624 (Reg. Test., xxxix, 4), to be bur. at Thirkleby ; mar. 
Elizabeth, dau. of Henry Kaye, of Osgodbv, lie. 1593. 
Will 20 Jan. 1657-8, pr. at York (Reg. Test^, xliii, 208). 
Tiiey had issue — 

Ralph, eldest son, jet. 17 an. 1612 (Visitation). 
Thomas, Capt. on the King's side, 1 murdered after 

the war. 
Philip (B). 

Francis, of Osgodby, steward of the Duke of New- 
castle, bought Manor of Oswaldkirk. Will 21 Dec. 
1642, pr. at York (Reg. Test, xlvi, 208). 
William, Captain under Cromwell, bp. at Thirkleby 

22 Nov. 1612 (Reg.), bur. at Pickering (Hunter). 
Elizabeth, mar. William Craike. 
Isabel, mar. John Atkinson. 
Mary, 
Ellen, 



anied in their mother's will 



B. PHILIP LUTTON, ESQ., a Royali.st, bur. 2 Oct. 1680; 

mar. Elizabeth Jenkinson, of Barnsley, bur. at Thirkleby 

3 Oct. 1708. They had issue- 
Ralph (C). 

Elizabeth, '? bp. 11 May 1662; mar. at Thirkleby 
3 May 1688 George" Sturdy of Kilburn. 

C. RALPH LUTTON, retired to a farm at Otley, where he 

died ; mar. Mary Webster, of Sutton under Whitstone Cliff. 
They had issue — 

Mary, bp. 10 Aug. 1687. 

Elizabeth, bp. and bur. 2 Apr. 1696 at Thirkleby. 

Anne, bp. 8 Oct. 1702. 

Jane, bp. 12 Mar. 1704. 

Authorities— York Wills -Hunter's Min. Gent., iii, 948— RadclifiFe 
MS. (Brooke Bequest to York.shire Archieological Society). 



DUG dale's VI8ITA1ION OF YORKSHIRE. 233 

OsGODCROSsK Wapkntak K. Pomfret, 7" Apr. 1666. 




(IjrtiiUuooD 
iif 



between three 



mullet for 



Akms: — Sable, a chevron 

difference. 
An escutcheon of pretence [Az.] on a chevron [Or] between three 

church bells [Arg.] as many eagles displaj-ed . . . (Uellhouse). 
Crkst: — A demi-lion rampant Sable, holding a saltire Argent. 

I. J A MES GREEN WOOD, a younger brother of the Greenwoods, 
of Greenwood Lee, in com. Ebor. ; mar. Elizabeth, daughter 
of . . . Chapellholme, of . . . They had issue — 

Robert Greenwood, mar. Anne, daughter of . . . 

U'arriner, of Wakefield, in com. Ehorii. 
John (II). 
Isabeli, tvife of Richard Lyster, of New-Lathes, in co. 

Eboru. ' 
Margaret, infe of Richard Ibbotsun, of Leedes, in com. 

Ebor. 
Elizabeth, wife of William Ingleton, of Rotheram, in 

CO. Ebor. 
Anne, wife of Richard Waterhonse. of Wakefield, in 
com. Ebor. 

II. JOHN' GREENWOOD, of Wreulhorp juxla Wakefield, in com 
Ebor., a French merchant, (1) bur. at Wakefield 13 Nov 
1635; mar. Anne, daughter of. . . Marsh, of Thornhill, in 
CO. Ebor., 1 wife. They had issue — 
James (III). 

Aime, fvife of Christopher Naylor, of Wakefield, in 
com. Ebor., a Barrister at Laiv. 
mar. Ellen, daughter of . . . Cntts, of . . . in Esse.v, 2'^ 7vife. 
In the 1612 Visitation the children are by this wife. 

III. JA.UES GREENWOOD, cet. 9 an. 1612, served in the Low 
Countries under Coll. Ediv. Hanvood. He is now of ^tapleton, 
near Darington, in com. Ebor., d. 13, bur. 16 Oct. 1670 at 
Darlington. M.I. ; mar. Sarah, daughter of Sam,uell Burdet, 
of Morgrange, in com. Ebor., 1 %oife. They had issue — 



234 DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE: 

1. Sar,mell (IV). 
Isabell. 
mar. secoiully Mary, daiKjhler oi Francis Bellhouse, of Neiv- 
some, in com. Ehor. Tliey had issue (see Second Line A). 

IV. SAMUELL GREENWOOD, of tlie Market Place, Leeds, 
oEt. SO an. 7" Apr. a' 1666, d. 1, bur. 3 Dec. 1680 at Leeds 
(Reg.); mar Anne (Judith), damjhter of John Webster, of 
Bradford (Tlioresby's Leeds), bur. 16 Nov. 1693 at Leeds 
(Reg.). They had issue — 

James, M.A., Ministei' of Heck, bp. at Leeds 18 Mar. 
1659-60 (Reg.), .1. s.p., bur. 18 June 1697. Will 
11 June, pr. 20 July 1697 (C.B.N.). 
Jonathan, of Battorsea, London, bp. 9 Mar. 1661-2 at 

Leeds (Kej.;.), d. s.p. 
Samuel, of Leeds, bp. 22 June 1664. He had issue. 
John, of Leeds, bp. 30 Oct 1666. He had issue. 
Joseph, of Harewood, clerk, repurchased New Laitlis, 
/i^xt> '^.P- "■t Leeds 27 Sept. 1672, d. Jan. 1728-9, ret. fiftv- 
si.\ ; mar. first Sarah, dau. of Roger Kenyon, of 
Orton, CO. Westm., widow of W. Parker, of York, 
d. s.p., bur. at Horsforth 21 Sept. 1717. 
Mar. secondly Hannah, dau. of . . . Pollard, of 
New Laiths, widow of Rev. Mr. Green. 
Mar. thirdly Mary, dau. of William Green, of 
Liversedge Hall, Esq. (I'emar. William Dawson, of 
Manchester). They had issue — 

Joseph, b. "^31 May 1728, d. unmar. at 
Manchester 5 Apr. 1755, bur. at Hors- 
forth. 
Benjamin, of Leeds, bp. at Leeds IS Nov. 1675 ; mar. 

twice. 
Sarah, bp. at Leeds 5 Aug. 1669, bur. there 4 June 
1673. 



SECOND LINE. 

JAMES GREENWOOD, of Stapleton ; mar. P' Sarah Burdet 
(see First Line) ; mar. 2'y Mary, danijhter of Francis 
Bellhouse, of Newsome, in com. Ebor., sister and coheir to 
Francis, her brother, -2 wife, lie. 1638 at Whitkirk or 
Guiseley. They had i.ssue — 
'ii. James (A). 

S. Francis, merchant; mar. at Rotterdam. He had 
issue two daus., one mar. Colonel Gardner, the 
other d. unmar. (Thoresby's Leeds, 171). 
4- Henry, of Knottingley, d. s.p. : mar. . . . 
5. John, of Leeds ; mar. Anne, dau. of .fonas \Vaterliou.se, 
Vicar of Bradford. 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 235 

6. Charles, bp. at Dairiiigton 22 Mar. l()51-2, d. ab 

Surinain. 

7. William, of London. 



JAMES GREENWOOD, cetafis :iS annor. 7" Apr. 1666, 
of Stapletoii, after of York, sold liis estates of >Stapleton 
and New Laiths, bur. at St. Sampson, York, 12 Feb. 
1712-3, set. seventy-two (C.B.N.). Will 18 Dec 1712, pr. 
at York 5 Mar. 1712-3 (vol. Ixviii, 259) ; mar. Frances, dau. 
of William Farrer, of Ewood, bur. at St. Sampson, York, 
4 Jan. 17U-5. Will 21 Aug. 1714, pr. at York (vol. Ixx, 
179). Thev had issue- 
William (B). 

Francis, merchant at Rotterdam, bp. at i)arrington 
14 Aug. 1677, named in his father's and mother's 
wills. 
James, b. 26 Aug. 1678, bur. 19 Oct. 1680, at 

Darrington. MI. 
John, of London, attorney, bp. at Darrington 1 1 Oct. 

1680, d. unm., named in his father's will. 
Henrv, of York, apothecary, bp. at Darrington 
31" Dec. 1683, d. s.p. Will 1 Oct. 1745, pr. at 
York 19 Mar. 1747-8 (vol. xci, 421). 
Charles, an officer in the Army, d. unmar., named in 

his bi-other Henry's will. 
Erudenell, of the General Post Office, London, bp. at 

Darrington 22 Dec. 1695, d. unmar. 
James, of London. 
Mary, bp. at Darrington 5 Sept. 1679 ; mar. Joseph 

Cox, of Ledston. 
Frances, bp. at Darrington 9 May 1682, d. unmar., 

named in her father's will. 
Elizabeth, mar. Captain Braithwaite, R.N. (Thoresby's 

Leeds). 
Bartiiolina, bp. at Darrington 17 Nov, 1690; mar. 
Rev. Jolin Plaxton. 



WILLIAM GREENWOOD, Rector of Darfield, bp. at 
Darrington 8 June 1676, d. 1727 (Hunter's S.Y.) , mar. 
Sarah, dau. of Robert Wainwright, of Middlewood Hall. 
They had issue — 

Jane, mar. Henrv Farrer, of Duncaster, surgeon, 
12 Mar, 1746, "d. 15 Mar. 176G, xt. fifty. 



236 DU<iI)AM<;',S VISITATION oK VoKKSHIHK. 

Rtdai.e Wapentake. Makon, 30 Au 



of 
iHalton. 




he field, in chief as 



I. ENOS NARY, of Ardnex^erdnenayh, in the province of 
Connavyht and county of Roscommon in Ireland; mar. 
Margaret, daughter of O'.ven O'Unnis, of Ballyburly, in 
the province of Leinster in Ireland. Tliey had issue — 

II. NICHOLAS NARy, of the Balleio of Will'm Roe in 
y province of Leinster and county of Methe in Ireland; 
mar. Marion, daughter of . . . Grant of y' Priory of Balli- 
hoggan in the county of Methe in Ireland. They had issue — 

III. ENOS NARY, of Armabreahayh, in y county of East Methe 
in Ireland, died in 1656 or thereabouts ; mar. Dorothy, 
daughter and keire of Will. Vaughan, of Ballecoune in 
y' King's County in Ireland. They liad issue — 
1. John (IV). 

^. Enos Nary, ot Ballenebrachy, in the county of Methe 
in Ireland. 



JOHN NARY, of Malton, in CO. Ebor., (etatis Jfl aim. 30 Aug. 
a' U;65. Will 1 Dec. 1682 (then livin<; at Yorl<), pr. at 
York 1 Jan. 1682-3 (vol. lix, 430). He left most of his 
property to Mrs. Elizabeth Sandeforde and her daughter 
Dorothy ; mar. Anne, daughter of Thomas Heblethwayt, of 
Norton juxta Malton, in com. Ebor.. Esq'.' 



' There is a marriage licence 1671 of Nicholas Nary, gen., 21, and Eliz. 
Hungate, spinster, Malton, there or at Wharram Percy. Query if their son. 



DUGDALe's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 237 

Dickering Wapkxtake. Kilham, SI" Aug. 1665. 




retty Gules 



S'- ANDREW NOW ELL (NOEL), of Dalby, in com. Leic, 
KuK (son of Andrew Noel, Esq., co. Ilutl.), d. 9 Oct. 1607, 
bur. at Dalby (Collins' Peerage) ; mar. Mahell, daughter of 
S'' James Harrinytoti, ol Exton, in i 
had issue— 

J. Edward, Viscount Camhden ( 

borougli). 
2. Arthur (11). 



Rutl, Knt. They 
Earls of Gains- 



ARTHUR NOELL, of Hayholme, in the parish of Leaver, 
Holdernesse, at. 69 an. SI Aicy. 1665 ; mar. Bridyet, daughter 
of Everard Carter, of Utonesby, in co. Leic, bur. at Brands- 
burton. They had issue — 
/. George (III). 

2. Arthur Noel, Vicar of Seahani, co. Northumb., d. 
22 Nov. 1691 in his fifty -first year, bur. at Sealiam 
(Reg.); mar. Mary Wood, of Brompton, 6 June 
1675 at Seaham (Reg.). Tliev liad issue — 

Edward, bp. at Seaham 7 Jan. 1678-9 (Reg.), 

d. s.p. 
Hannah, bp. at Seaham 16 Aug. 1677 (Reg.). 
Dorothy, coheiress of her father, bp. at 
Seaham 14 Dec. 1682 (Reg.); mar. Robert 
Hunter, Esq., of Thornton. 
Marv, coheiress of her father, bp. at Seaham 
4"'0ct. 1688 (Reg.); d. April 1786 set. 
106 (sic) (Poulson'sHolderne.s.s, i, .355) ; mar. 
first Edward Johnson, secondly Machabes 
Hunter. 
.;. William, named in liis brother George's will ; mar. 
. . . They had issue — 
Joiin, ) 



Hen: 



named 



uncle George': 



238 



DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



ill their brother George's will. 
Feb. 1657-8 at St. Mary's, 



Cornelius, ) 
Edzvard, )""" 
(1) Andrew, bui 

Beverley. 
Mary, wife, ot SanmdJ Lauson, of y' citly of Lincolne ; 

mar. 9 May 1658 at St. John's, Beverley. They 

had issue. 
Anne, (?) lie. 19 July 1674 to marry Ralph Porter of 

Bridlint;ton. 

Eli~.al,Hh. 



III. GEORGE NOWELL (NOEL), ESQ., of HayhoJm,:, (tlatix 26 
an. 31 Aug. J665. Will 14 Nov. 1700, pr. at Yoik 22 Aug. 
1701 (unregistered), to be bur. in Brandsbu! ton church near 
his mother and nephew Edward Noel. 




Pocklinprton, 7 Sept. 1665. 

drumston 

of 

C^rumston (iartlj antJ 

dooDmanham. 



Arm.s : — Argent, on a fess Sable tl 

Gules. 
Ckrst :— a stag's head with a ring i 



mullets of si.'i points Or, pierced 
id the neck Argent. 



The Grimston family claims to liave descended from Sylvester 
Griinston, who came with William I. At any rate, tiiere were 
many generations settled at Griniston, Goodmaiiham and Flinton, till 
we come to 

I. THOMAS GRYMSTON, ES(.,»., „f Grimston. Admon. 
5 June 1462 (Reg. Test., ii, 466) : mar. Alice . . . They 
had issue — 

1. Walter (IT). 



DUOUALK'h visitation of VOKKSHIRE. 239 

I. William, of Beveiley, named in liis sister-in-law's will. 
3. Thomas, of Fiinton in Holderness. Will, 24 Sept. 
1479, pr. 26 Oct. 1479 (Reg. Test., v, 157), to be 
bur. in Humbleton Church ; mar. Isabell . . . 
Will 28 Nov., pr. 9 Dec. 1479 (Reg. Test., v., 
165 a; Test. Ebor., iii, 251), to be bur. in Hum- 
bleton Clmich. They had issue- 
William, named in his mother's will. 
Jdlni, named in his father's and mother's wills. 
Alice <ir Elis, named in her mother's will. 



WALTER GRYMSTON, E«Q., of Grimston Garth ; mai-. 
Elizabetii, dau. of Sir John Portington, of Portingtou, Knt. 
They had issue — 

1. Thomas (III). 

2. Nicholas, Rector of Goodmanham, instituted 13 Jan. 

148f Will 7 Jan. 148f (Reg. Test., v, 272 ; Test. 
Ebor., iii, 251), to be bur. in churchyard of 
Humbleton. 

3. William, of Garton. Will 12 Jan. 152^, to be bur. 

in Garton Choir, pr. 7 Ap. 1528 (Reg. Test., ix, 
391 a) ; mar. Joan . . . 



III. THOMAS GRYMSTON, of Grimston Garth. Will 8 Dec. 
1508, pr. 6 Mar. 150-;;, to be bur. at Garton (Reg. Test, 
viii, .'I ; Test. Ebor., iii, 252); mar. Elizabeth, dau. of 
(Thomas?) Newark, Esq., of Dalton. W^ill 25 Apr., pr. 
3 June 1515 (Reg. Test., ix, 13), bur. at Garton. M.I. 
(Poulson's Holderne.ss, ii, 58.) They had issue — 
Walter (IV). 

William, named in his mother's will. 
Henry, Rector of Cowlam, instituted 21 Apr. 1491 
Rector of Goodmanham. Will 5 July, pr. 14 Sept. 
1522, to be bur. there. 
John, of Aldbrough, gent. Will 6 July, pr. 30 July 
1534 (Reg. Test., ix, 119 a), to be bur. at Garton"; 
mai-. . . ■ (1.) Eure. They had i.ssue— 
Martin, 1 

John, 

Christopher, named in their father's will. 
Ellen, 

Elizabeth, j 

Gerard, of Roos. Will 13 Aug. 1516, pr. 14 Nov. 
1517 (Reg. Test., ix, 53; Test. Ebor., iii, 252), to 
be bur. at Roos ; mar. . . . 
Thomas. Had issue — 

Walter, mar. Susan, dau. of William Wence- 
lagh, of Brandsburton (Glover). 
Alice, mar. Edmund Bigod, of Scagglethorpe (Raine), 



niai 


r. . . . dau. of 


had 


issue — 


still 


,le, of Hatfield. 




Klizabetli, dau. 


riie} 


■• liad issue (it 


Sii 


• Maimaduke's 



J40 DUGDALES VLSIIATION OF YORK.SHIKE. 

IV. WALTER GRYM8T0N, of Gri.nston 
John Dakeyiis, of Brandslnu tmi. Tlle^ 
Thomas (V). 
Elizabeth, (1) mar. Mannaduke CV 

V. THOMAS GRYJMSTOxX, of Grimstoii ; 
of Nicholas Girlingtoii, of Hackfoitli. 
is stated seventeen children) — 

1. Thomas (VI). 

2. Francis, mentioned in his nephe 

will. 

3. John (a quo Griniston of Dring and Fraisthorpe). 

4. Marmaduke, of Roos ; mar. Alary, dau. of John 

Strelley, Gent., of Roos. They had issue — 

John, bp at Roos 19 July 1571, bur. there 

25 Apr. 1572. 
John, bp. at Roos 1 Oct. 1572 
Marmaduke, bp. at Roos 10 Mar. 1574, l)ur. 

there 6 June 1575. 
Marmaduke, bp. at Roos 18 May 1576, bur. 

there 25 Apr. 1578. 
Robert, bp. at Roos 27 July 1579. 
Thomas, bp. at Roos 13 July 1582. 
Francis, bp. at Roos 16 Ap. 1589. 
Dorothy, bp. at Roos 18 Oct. 1573, (!) mar. 

there 11 Feb. 159f Thomas Shephearde. 
Ellen, bp. at Roos 2 Feb. 157|-. 
Anne, mar. Robert Wright, of Plowland (Glover, 145). 
Maudlyn, mar. John Thweng, of Helmsley (Glover, 230). 

VI. THOMAS GIUMSTON, of Grimiston-Garth in Holdernesse, 
Esq'', living 1584 (Glover); mar. Dorothy, daughter and sole 
heire of Marmaduke Thwayts, of Smeton in com. Eborum. 
They had issue — 

Sir Marmaduke, ot Grimston, K', son and heire. High 
Sheriff, 1598, d. s.p. Will 26 Nov. 1603, pr. 
14 Aug. 1604 (vol. xxix, 154), to be bur. in Garton 
Church ; mar. first Frances, dawjhter of George Gill 
in com. Hertf. They liad issue — 

Thomas Grimston, obijt sine prole. 
Mar. secondlv Elizabeth, dau. of William Hungate, 
Esq., of Saxton, lie. there 1599. (Re-mar. Sir 
Heiny Biowne, Knt., of Kiddington.) Executrix 
of her husband. 
Thomas, obijt sine prole, called heir by his brother 
Sir Marmaduke, to be succeeded, if without issue, 
by his nephew Marmaduke ; (I) bur. 14 Jan. 1617 
at Garton ; mar. first Frances, dau. of John 
Strelley; bur. 19 Mar. 1612 at Roos; .secondly 
14 May 1613 Jane, dau. of Tristram Carlisle, 
of Sewerby, who remar. Walter Hawksworth, of 
Goodraanham. 



DUGUALES VISITATION OK YORKSHIRE. 241 

John, admitted at Gonville and t'aius College, Camb.^ 
17 Deo. 1578, fet. 18; mar. . . . 
They had issue— 

Marmadtike (VII). 

Frances, ) named in their uncle Sir Marma- 

Dorothy, j duke's will. 

Thwaites, admitted at Gonville and Caius College, 

Camb., 17 Dec. 1578, set. 16, named in his brother 

Sir Marraaduke's will ; mar. Bridget, dau. of Henry 

Mainwaring. They had issue — 

Henry, bap. at St. John, Beverley, 1 July 

1610. 
Elizabeth, bap. at St. John, Beverley, 24 Apr., 

bur. there 20 Nov. 1592. 
Dorothy, bap. at St. John, Beverley, 31 May 
1595. 
Walter, admitted at Gonville and Caius College, 
Canib., 17 Dec. 1578, set. 15 ; mar. Dorothy, dau. 
of Marmaduke Thirkeld, of Esthorpe (Glover, 121). 
Admon. 9 June 1649. They had issue — 

Grisell, named in her uncle Sir Marmaduke's 
will. 
Christopher, admitted at Gonville and Caius College, 
Camb., 17 Dec. 1578, set. 14; mar. Elizabeth, 
daughter of Martin Bernye ; a poetess, d. 1603 
(see Diet. Nat. Biog.). They had issue — 
Bernj'e Grimston. 

1. Dorothy, mar. Henry Holme, Esq., of Paul Holme. 

2. Frances. 

Jane, mar. John Hopton, Esq., of Armley. 

EUinor, mar. Wm. Thornton, Esq., of East Newton. 

Cecily, mar. Robert Saltmarshe, Esq., of Saltmarshe, 

bur. at Howden 7 Apr. 1590. 
Katherine, mar. John Eastoft, of Eastoft. 



VII. MARMADUKE GRIMSTON, of Grimston-Garth, living in 
a" 1612, son of John, nephew and heir after his uncle 
Thomas, of Sir Marmaduke Grimston, bur. 28 Jan. 1622-3 
at Goodmanham. Admon. 8 Feb. 1622-3 ; mar, Anne, 
daughter of S'' William Dalion, of Hawksivell, in co. Ebor., 
K'., at Belfreys, York, 26 Jan. "1618-9. They had issue— 
Will'm (VIII). 

Theophan, wife of Leonard Beckwith, of Handall 
Abby in Cleveland, bp. at Belfreys, York, 14 Nov. 
1620; mar. there 11 Apr. 1642. 

VIII. WILUM GRYMSTON, of Grymston-garth & Goodmanham, 
in com. Ebor., Esq':, died in Apr. a" 1664, bp. at Belfreys 
18 Dec. 1619, had his estates sequestered and had to sell 
Flinton and Waxham (Poulson) ; mar. Anne, daughter of 



242 dugdale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

ChristopJier Byerley, of Midridgegranye, in com. Palat. 
Duiielm, first ivij'e, lie. 1639 at Heighington, (1) bur. at 
Belfreys 21 July 1644, They had is.sue— 
William (IX). 

John Grimston, Esq., of Goodmauham, bur. there 
Sept. 1678. Will 25 Aug. 1678, pr. at York 
(vol. Iviii, 601 ) ; mar. Barbara . . . They had issue — 
Thomas, named in his father's will. 
Chailes, named in his brother John's will ; mar. . . . 
They had issue — 
Peter. 
Frances. 
Marmaduke, bp. at Belfreys 9 May 1643, (?) d. young. 
Dorothy, died a childe, bur. at Belfreys 6 Dec. 1643. 
Mar. Margaret, daughter of S'' Robert Strickland, of I'hornton 
Brigge, in com. Eborum, Kn', second ivife, lie. 1644. They 
had issue — 

Marmaduke, j U y- 

Margaret. 
Elizabeth. 

Dorothy, mar. at St. Olave, York, 25 Nov. 1679, 
Robert Medlev, of York, and bur. at Belfreys 
19 Aug. 1691' M.T. 
Mar. thirdly (1 Elizabeth Layton, wid., dau. of Lord Eure, 
lie. 1661 at St. Olave or St. Martin, Coney Street). 

IX. WILLIAM GEYMSTON, of Grymston-garth and Good- 
nidnham, Esq'', cet. 24 annor. 7 Sept' a" 1665, bur. 8 Aug. 
1711 at Garton. Will 4 June, pr. 22 Oct. 1711 (vol. Ixvii, 
336) ; tnar. first Dorothea, daugh. of S'' Thomas Norcliffe, of 
Langton, in com. Ebor., K', bur. at Belfreys 12 May 1673. 
They had issue — 

1. William, oit. 3 annorum et 11 mens. 7" Sept. 1665, 

bp. at Belfreys 30 Sept. 1661, bur. at Langton 
12 May 1681. M.I. 

2. Thomas (X). 

Dorothea, mar. 4 Nov. 1684, at Langton, Nathaniel 

Gooch, of Hull, bur. at S. Mary's, Hull, 24 July 

1700 (C.B.N.). 
Marmaduke, bp. at Belfreys 17 Oct. 1667, an ensign, 

d. at Dundalk. 
Ann, bp. at Belfreys 4 May 1669 ; mar. Tliomas 

Rider, Esq. 
Alathea, mar. Benjamin Laughton, Esq. 
Mar. secondly Ruth . . . e.xix. of her husband's will 1711. 

X. THOMAS GRIMSTON, ESQ., of Grimston, aitatis 1 aunl 
7 Sept. 1665, b. 8 Oct. 1664, (?) bur. at Belfreys 16 June 
1737 ; mar. Dorothy, dau. of Sir John Legard, Bart., of 
Ganton, bp. at Ganton 1662, bur. at Belfreys 16 Apr. 1729. 
Tliey had issue — 



DUGDALK's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 243 

William, b. 23 June, d. IG Aug. 169i (Poulson). 

Thomas (XI). 

Marmaduke, bp. IS May, bur. 7 June 1704 at 

Belfreys. 
Dorothy, bur. at Belfreys 29 Sept. 1700. 
Frances, d. young. 
Anne, d. young, bur. at Belfreys 7 Feb. 1703-4. 

XI. THOMAS GRIMSTON, ESQ., of Griraston and Kilnwick 
which he got by will of Admiral Medley, bp. at Belfreys 
3 Oct. 1702, d. 22 Oct. 1751, bur. at Kilnwick (Poulson); 
mar. Oct. 1722 Jane, dau. and coh. of John Close, Esq., 
of Richmond, by Jane, sister and h. of Charles Stoutville^ 
Esq., of Hunmanby, bur. at Belfreys 8 Nov. 1727. They 
had issue — 

Thomas, bur. at Belfreys 18 Dec. 1725. 

John (XII). 

Dorothy, bur. at Belfreys 14 Sept. 1727. 

XII. JOHN GRIMSTON, ESQ., of Grimston and Kilnwick, b- 
17 Feb. 1724-5, d. 21 June 1780, bur. at Kilnwick; mar. 
at Ganton, Jane, dau. of Sir Thomas Legard, Bart., of 
Ganton, 12 Mar. 1753, bur. there 13 Nov. 1758. They 
had issue — 

1. Thomas (XIII). 

2. John, d. inf., 19 Jan. 1756. 

3. Henry, d. unmar., 23 Oct. 1820, bur. at Kensington. 
Jane, mar. Colonel George Legard, of Ganton. 
Frances, d. unmar. 10 Oct. 1833, bur. at Kilnwick. 

XIII. THOMAS GRIMSTON, ESQ., of Grimston and Kilnwick, 

b. 29 Dec. 1753, d. 2 May 1821, bur. at Kilnwick; mar. 
Frances, dau. of Sir Digby Legard, Bart., bp. at Ganton 
1 Aug. 1756, d. 6 Apr. 1827. They had issue- 
Medley Silvester, b. 14 May 1781, d. v.p. 30 Aug. 
1801. 

Walter, b. 1782, d. 6 Sept. 1801 at Rosetta, Ensign 
58th Regiment. 

William John, b. 1783, d. 1784. 

Charles (XIV). 

Edward, b. 1793, d. inf. 

Oswald, b. 22 Oct. 1794, mar. . . . 

Henry Estouteville, d. unmar. 

Emma, d. unmar. Apr. 1852. 

XIV. CHARLES GRIMSTON, ESQ., of Grimston Garth and 

Kilnwick, b. 1791, d. 21 Mar. 1859 ; mar. Jane, dau. of the 
Very Rev. Thomas Trench, Dean of Kildare. They had 
issue — 



244 



DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



Marmaduke Jerrard (XV). 

Walter John (now heir male). 

William Henry. 

Daniel Thomas. 

Alexander. 

Maria Emma. 

Frances Dorothy. 

Jane. 

Catherine. 

Elizabeth. 

Octavia. 

MARMADUKE JERRARD GRIMSTON, ESQ., of Grim- 
ston Garth and Kilnwick, b. 27 Nov. 1826, d. U Nov. 1879; 
mar. Florence Victoria, youngest dau. of Colonel Hardress 
Robert Saunderson. (She mar. secondly 2 Jan. 1883, 
Colonel Sir Edmund P'rederick Du Cane, K.C.B.) They 
had issue — 

Florence Maria, mar. Edward Byrom, Esq. 
Rose Armatrude Frances, mar. Hon. George Bertie 
Hobart. 



HOLDERNESSE, NOKTH BaTLIWICK, 

Dickering Wapentake. 




Pocklington, 7 Sept, 1665. 
Kilhaiii, 31° Aug. 1665. 



^lUmston 
of JPrasthorpc an5 



Sable three mullets Or pierced Gules, a e.inton of 
Cbkst : — A stag's head with a ring round the neck Argent. 

I. THOMAS GRYMSTON, of Grymston Garth in //o/dernesse, 
K.iq': (.see p. 239) ; mar. . . . They had i.ssue — 



DUGDALe's visitation of YORKSHIRE. "245 

1. Thomas Grymston, of Grymston, Esq''. ; mar. Dorothy, 

daughter of S'' Marmaduke Thwaytes, of Smeton. 
They had issue (see p. 240). 

2. Francis. 

3. John (II). 

II. JOHN GRIMSTON, of Frasthorpe (Fraisthorp) in co. Ebor., 
S'' son, bur. at Boynton 16 Nov. 1600 (Dade). Admon. 
at York 1600 ; mar. first . . . , daughter of . . . Owen. 
They had issue — 

Marmaduke (III). 
mar. secondly Grace, daughter of Will'm Strickland, of 
Boynton in com. Ehor., Esq": They had issue (see second 
line). 

III. MARMADUKE GRYMSTON, of Frasthorpe, in com. Ebor., 
died in a' 1660 or thereabouts, 1 d. 21 Dec. 1653, bur. at 
Boynton. Admon. at London 1654 ; mar. Anne, daughter of 
. . . Dighton, of Skypsey in com. Ebor., renounced her 
husband's administration. They had issue — 

i. William Grimston, of Fraisthorp, cut. SO ann. SI Aug. 
a" 1665, 1 bur. at Boynton 4 June 1700 ; mar. 
Elizabeth, daughter of . . . Dighton. They had 
issue — 

Marinadii.ke, ait. 3 ann. SI Aug. 1665. 
Elizabeth. 
2. Josiah (IV). 

IV. JOSIAH GRYMSTON, of Aldborough, cet. 22 an. SI Aug. 
1665, 1 bur. at Carnaby 28 June 1681, jet. 38 ; mar. Dorothy, 
dau. of Robert Lacon, of Yedingham, in. co. Ebor., lie. 
1662 at Goxhill. They had issue— 

Johii, cet. 1 an. 1665, of Bridlington, built the house 
there, bur. there 2 Jan. 1742-3. Will 29 Dec. 
1741, pr. at York 6 Jan. 1742-3 (vol. Ixxxviii, 40) ; 
1. mar. Hannah, dau. of Joshua Stopford, B.D., 
St. Martin's, York, 1. bur, at Bridlington 2 Dec. 
1735.1 
Grace. 
Robert (V). 

V. ROBERT GRIMSTON, ESQ., of Bridlington; mar. first 
Ruth, dau. of Robert Carleil, 10 Nov. 1697, at Bridlington. 
They had issue — 

Robert (VI). 
mar. secondly Catherine, dau. of . . . Stead. 

' They had a large family baptized and buried at Bridlington, but they 
must have all died in their father's lifetime as there is no mention of any 
children in his will. 



246 DUGDALK'S visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

VI. ROBERT GRIMSTON, ESQ., of Bridlington and Neswick, 
had residuary estate of his uncle John in hi.s will, sole 
executor, bur. at Baintoii 1 Dec. 1756; admon. at York 
15 Jan. 1757; mar. first Esther, dau. of Thomas Eyres, of 
Neswick, bur. at Bainton 2 Jan. 1754. They had issue — 

Robert (VII). 
mar. secondlj' Margaret, dau. of John Shaw, Esq., of York, 
bur. at Belfreys 24 Mar. 1775. They had issue — 

John, an officer in the Guards, bp. at Belfrevs, York, 
24 Apr. 1757. 

VII. ROBERT GRIMSTON, ESQ., of Neswick; mar. first 
Elizabeth, dau. of Rev. Thomas Stanley, Rector of Winwick, 
CO. Lane, 23 June 1770, d. s.p., mar. secondly Elizabeth 
. . . They had issue — 

John (VIII). 

Lucy. 

Maria. 

Elizabeth. 

Esther. 



VIII. JOHN GRIMSTON, ESQ., of Neswick, d. 7 Jan. 1846, M I. 
at Bainton ; mar. Charlotte, dau of Jeremiah Dixon, Esq., 
of Allerton Gledhow, d. 1860. 



SECOND LINE OF DRYNGE. 

JOHN GRIMSTON, of Frastrope (see first line II) ; mar. S'"y Grace, 
daughter of Will'in Strickland, of Boynton, in com. Ebor. They 
had issue — 

Francis Grymston, of Frastrope, d. s.p., ] bur. at 
Boynton 13 Apr. 1658. Will pr. at London 
23 Nov. 1658' (abs. vol. ix, Yorks. Record Series). 
Henry (A). 

A. HENRY GRYMSTONE, of Sherbonrne, in co. Ebor., died 

in a' 164-5 vel circa, d. Whitsuntide 1647, bur. at Boynton 

•.'it (Dade) ; mar. Anne, daughter of William Strickland, of 

Eston, in com. Eborum, d. 4 Mar. 1657 ;et. 66, bur. at 

Boynton (Dade). They had issue — 

John (B). 

Grace, wife of Marshall Ripley, of I'rfntiDi in Holder- 
ness ; mar. at Trinity, Hull, 14 July 1657. 



' He mentions his three nephews, William, Josi.ih, and John Grin 
who are to have all his lauds ecjually. 



DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



U7 



B. JOHiV GRYMSTON, of Dringe, in Holdernesse, in com. 
Ebor., eel. S4 ann. 7 Sept. a" 1665, had a third part of 
the lands of his uncle Francis, to whom he was executor. 

The accounts of these two younger branches of Grimston are very 
confused in Dugdale's Visitation, so they are joined together above. 
The information also is very meagre about them, there being few 
Wills at York. The latter part of the pedigree is mostly taken 
from one of Mr. Radcliife's MSS. in the Yorks. Arch. Library at 
Leeds. 



Pickering Lythe. 



Malton, 290 Aug. 1665. 




Hunter 

of 

i^burmton. 



orn stringed aud tasseled Vert, between a mullet 
crescent in base Gules. 



L ROBERT HUNTER, of Thornton. Will 28 Jan. 1557-8, 
pr. at York 2 Oct. 1560 (vol. xvi. 111). He had issue- 
Roger (II). 

Christopher, named in his father's will. 
William, named in his father's will. 
Anthony, had lands in Halifax. % Will 23 Feb. 
1560-1, pr. 9 Sept 1561. 



IL ROGER HUNTER, of Thornton, gent. Will 6 June 1583, 
pr. at York 5 Aug. 1583 (vol. xxii, 4-13) ; mar. Dorothy, 



Watson (Glover's Visitation). They had 



Robert (III). 



248 DUGDALKS VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 

Roger, \ 

Anthony,^ 

^^^'■g^'-^*' named in their 

Frances, V f„n,or'c „;11 

Prudence, 

Elizabeth, 1 mar. Robert Ruddock, 

Katlierine, mar. . . . Parret, 

III. ROBERT HUNTER, of Thornton, living at the Visitation of 
1612 ; mar. Ann, dan. of John Carleil, of Sewerby. They 
had issue — 

Robert (IV). 

Ralph, 

James, 

,, -' Inamed in the 1612 Visitation. 

Mercy, i 

Elizabeth, 

Ann, 

IV. ROBERT HUNTER, of Thornton, in com. Ebor., died 
a" 1652 or thereabouts, d. at York Assizes, bur. 28 Mar. 
1653 at Holy Trinity, Goodramgate, York (C.B.N.) ; mar. 
Ellen, dauyhter of William Spacye, of Brackton, at Kilnwick 
23 Sept. 1600 (C.B.N.). Thev had issue— 

1. Bethell (V). 

2. Robert Hunter, of Thorneton ; mar. Anne, daughter 

unto Thomas Boys, of Edston in co Eborum. 
1. Christian, wife of Michaell Goppinson, of Kingston 

super Hull. 
,?. Dorothy, wife of Christoph'' Hobman, of Garton, in 

com. Ebor. 

3. Frances, wife of William Ives, of Thornton, in com. 

Ebor., lie. 1630 at Gilling or Thornton. 

4. Mary, wife of Machabe Hollyes, of Kingston snptr 

Hull, lie. 1633 at Thornton. 

V. BETHELL HUNTER, of Thornton, died in «" 1655, vel circa. 

Will 24 Nov. 1660, pr.at York 6 Feb. 1661 (vol. xliii, 419), 

J>rt.l' to be bur. at Thornton ; mar. Magdalen, da. of Tho. 

Percehay, of Ryton, in co. Ebor., Esq., lie. 1630 at Kirkby 

Misperton. They had issue — 

Ghristophe'r (VI). 

1. Helen, wife of Samnell Robinson, of Farnby, in co. 

Ebor. ' 

2. Mary, wife of John Hessell, of Thornton, in com. 

Ebor. ' 

3. Frances, had £20 yearly in her father's will. 

4. Anne, mar. Thomas Lyth, of Thornton (Beckwith). 

' There is a. will at York last January 1636 of Anthony Hunter, of the 
Marishes, Thornton — wife Dorothy ; sons Roger, Robert, Anthony, John, 
Francis, William; daughters Hilda, Dorothy, Mary, Rosamond. 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 249 

CHEISTOFHER HUNTER, of Thometon, cet. 19 ann. 
:?9'' Awj. 166-3. Will 2 Oct. 1717 (Reg. Test., Ixxii, 72); 
mar. Catherine, dau. and h. of Francis Danby, of Thorp 
Bassett, lie. 1669 at Scalbv. They had issue— 

1. Machabes Hunter, living 1755, executor of his father's 

will ; mar. Mary, dau. and coh. of Arthur Noel, 
of Hayholm (? wid. of Edw. Johnson, of Scar- 
borough), d. Apr. 1786, a-t. 106 (Poulson's Holder- 
ness, i, 355). 

2. Robert (VIT). 

Elizabeth,! of Thornton, gentlewoman. Will 9 Feb. 

1760-1, pr. at York 8 June 1761 (vol. cv, 105). 
Mary, of Tliornton, gentlewoman. Will 19 Mar 

1755, pr. 30 May 1755 (vol. xcix, 127). 
Martha. 
Magdalen, named in her father's will, {^) mar. Thomas 

Wilson. 



VII. ROBERT HUNTER, of Thornton, gent. Will 10 Oct., pr. 
at York 10 Dec. 1748 (Reg. Test., xcii, 90) ; mar. Dorothy, 
dau. and coll. of Arthui- Noel, of Hayholm (Poulson) 
(remar. Rev. William Cavlev, son of Artiiur Cayley). They 
had issue — 

Noel, (^)d. s.p. June 172-1. 

Anthony, (!) d. s.p. Sept. 1728. 

Robert, in Holy Orders, Dean of Chester, ordained 
17 June 1739, residuai-v legatee in his father's 
will. 

Arthur, mentioned in his aunt Elizabeth's will. 

Danby (VIII). 

Catherine, ] 

Dorothy, -named in their father's will. 

Eleanor, j 

VIII. DANBY HUNTER, (1) mar. Susanna, dau. of Alderman 
Pilcher, of Deal (Beckwith MS.). They had issue- 
Stephen, '\ 

^ , I mentioned in their great aunt Elizabeth's 

^an%' I will 1761. 

Mary, 



Anne, 
Danby, 
Mary, 

Elizabeth, 



' In Elizabeth Hunter's will, 1761. her niece Kate Walniisley is mentioned 
nil niece Dorothy Hunter. 




250 uugdale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

OnsK AND Dakwent Wapk.ntake. Vork'-. 13' Aiif.-. 1066. 



of 



Akms : — Gules, a chevron Or between three lambs' heads erased Argent. 
■Cru.st: — A demi-griffin segreant, holding a spear, all Argent. 

I. RAPHE HEADLAM, Citizen of Yorke, bur. at St. Helen's, 
York, 8 Sept. 1616, admon. at York 27 Sept. 1616 : mar. 
6 Aug. 1588 at St. Crux, York, Ann Tliornhill. They had 
issue — 

1. Leonard (II). 

S. John, (1) bp. at Belfreys, York, 8 Mar. 1593-4. 

3. Robert Headlam, Citizen of London. 

1. Mary, died unmarried, (1) bp. at Belfreys 21 Sept. 

1599: 

2. Elizabeth, died unmarried, bp. at Belfreys 21 Sept. 

1596. 
Ralph, (?)bp. 16 Sept. 1595, bur. 17 Oct. 1596 at 
Belfreys. 

II. LEONARD HEADLAM, Totvne-Clerke of Yorke, died in 
a" 1641, bur. at Belfreys 14 Aug 1645 (reg.). Will 
11 June 1645, pr. 25 Nov. 1646 (unregistered); mar. 
Jane, daughter and heir of John Knayys, of Kendall, iieer 
Otley, in com. Ehor. (? widow of Geoffrey Pettie, to wIkhh 
mar. at Otley 20 July 1607), at Belfreys 27 Sept. 1614, Ijur. 
there 30 Aug. 1667. They had issue— 

1. John (III). 

2. William Headlam, died unmarried, chief legatee in 

his father's will, bp. at Belfreys 27 Nov. 1627. 
(?) Dau., mar. George Nandick. 

III. JOHN HEADLAM, of Kexby, in com. Ebor., died in a' 1664, 
bur. at Catton 29 June 1664 (reg.), admon. at York 5 July 
1664 to liis wife; mar. Margaret, 3-^ dauyhter of S'- John 
Lyster, of Kingston super Hull, in com. Ebor., Kn'., bp. at 
Trinity, Hull, 10 Apr. 1622, bur. at Belfreys 8 June 1699. 
Will 26 Apr. 1693, pr. at York (vol. Ixii, 282). They had 



DUGIMLES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



251 



tr.J^v. 



1. William Headlam, Esq., of Kexby Hall, cet. 18 minor. 
IS Auy. J 666, bp. at Catton 7 Nov. 1648, bur. at 
Belfreys 28 May 1711 ; niai-. Anne . . . , bur. 
at Belfrevs i Feb. 1713-4, Will 27 Nov. 1713, pr. 
at York "9 Mar. 1713-4 (vol. Ixx, 42). They had 
issue — 

John, onlv son, executor of his mother, 
(1) bp at Belfrevs 9 Jan. 1692-3, and bur. 
there 11 Mar. HI 3-4. 
Margaret, mar. as first wife William Lister, 
Esq., of South Frodingham, 29 Jan. 1699- 
1700, at York Minster (reg.). She was- 
bur. at Belfreys 10 Dec. 1700 (reg.). 
Isabell, had £20 in her mother's will ; 
(?) mar. at St. Mary's, Bishophill, York, 
1714, Lutton Lister. 
John. 

Walter. , 

Charles j^). ?^ • -^' ^-^^ ^^'*-/ '^^^• 
Richard. 0^1 
Eliz., dyed young. 
Susan, dyed young. 

Frances, bp. at Catton — Mar. 16-54 ; mar. at York 
Minster 29 Dec. 168-5, Charles Redman, merchant, 
York. 

CHARLES HEADLAM, ESQ., of Kexby, 4>p. at^-CattoH 
3 g May 1656 - ; mar. at St. 01ave'.s, York, 21 Oct. 1723 
Bridget, dau. of Rev. Thomas Mosley, clerk, bur. there 
19 Oct. 1765, ret. sixty. M.I. They had issue- 
Elizabeth, dau. and coh. 

Bridget, dau. and coh. ; mar. Rev. Cuthbert Allanson, 
D. D., Chaplain to the House of Commons, Rector 
of Wath, who was bur. there 11 June 1780. She 
was born 1730, died at York 10 July 1792. They 
had three daughters. 
Margaret, dau. and coh. ; mar. at York Minster 
25 Aug. 1750, Arthur Charles, son of Michael 
Stanhope, D.D. She was bp. at Catton 28 July 
1731, died Jan. 1764. Their son Philip, became 
fifth Earl of Chesterfield. 
Anne, dau. and coh. 



cU-.6c^.CA<.l>xf. 



AS-2.C-/. 



252 uugdale's visitation ok Yorkshire. 

Dickering Wapentake. Kilham, 31 Aug. 




I. ALAN LA MONT, of Sconie, in y' countie of Fife, in 
Scotland; mar. Jennet, daughter of James Cockburn, oj 
Treton, in Fyfe. They had i.ssue — 
Andrew. (II). 

II. ANDREW LA MONT, D- in Divinity, and Rector of the 
Medieiy of Thrving, near Bridlington, in r.o. Ebor., died 
a" 16t>3 ; mar. Margaret, daughter of D'' Robert Hoyle, 
Regius Professor in the University of S/ Andrew's in 
Scotland. They had issue — 

1. Alan (III). 

S. Andrew Lamont, D'' in Divin., Rector of Beesley, in 

com. Su7-r. 
3. James Lamont. 
J. Jennet, wife of Robt. Constable of Emthorpe, in com. 

Ebor., Vicar of Mustoii, in com. Ebor. 

2. Agnes. 

3. Margaret. 

III. ALAN LAMONT, ESQ., of North Burton, in com. Ebor., 
fetatis 3S ann. 31" Aug. a" 1666, a rovalist compounder, 
fined £20, bur. at Burton Fleming 10 "Nov. 1673. Will 
1 Nov. 1673, pr. at York 18 Aug. 1674 ; mar. Isahell, daugh. 
of Robert Kuoivsley, of Northburton, in co. Ebor., widoiv 
of Robert Ellis, of Rudston, in com. Ebor. (to whom mar. 
at Burton Fleming 25 Apr. 1629). Thev had issue— 
Alan (IV). 
1. Margaret, had £250 from her father, (1) mar. John 

Wilkinson 18 Apr. 1677 at Burton Fleming. 
S. Isabel!, mar. . . . Smith ; named in her father's 



DUGDALK's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 253 

S. Anne, bp. 11 Dec. 1650 at Rudston, mar. 25 Aug. 

1674 William Janett at Burton Fleming (reg.). 
4- Susanna, bp. 6 July 1652 at Rudston. 

IV. ALAN LAMONT, gentleman, of Burton Fleming, (tt. 15 an. 
SI Aug. a" 1665, bp. at Rudston 11 Nov. 1649, bur. at 
Burton Fleming 16 Oct. 1687. Will 14 Oct. 1687, pr. at 

York (vol. cxci) ; mar (1) bur. 14 Oct. 1687 at Burton 

Fleming. Tliey had issue — 
Alan (V). 
Robert, bp. 19 Sept. 1687 at Burton Fleming, bur. 

there 22 Feb. 1687-8. 
Frances, bp. 25 Apr. 1678 at Burton Fleming. 
Mary, bp. 14 Mar. 1678-9 at Burton Fleming; mar. 

there 26 May 1706 George Williamson (reg.). 
Ann, of Bridlington, bp. 1 Sept. 1680 at Burton 
Fleming, bur. 24 May 1739 at Bridlington. Will 
9 May, pr. at York 25 June 1739 (vol. Ixxxvi, 176). 
Margaret, bp. 8 Apr. 1682 at Burton Fleming. 
Elizabeth, bp. 12 Aug. 1683 at Burton Fleming. 
Katherine, lip. 9 Mar. 1685-6 at Burton Fleming; 
mar. Walter Ridley, of Bessingby, mar. bond 
19 Nov. 1711. 

V. ALAN LAMONT, Collector of the Port at Bridlington, i 

bp. 26 Sept. 1684 at Burton Fleming, bur. 11 Dec. 1729 at 

Bridlington; mar. (1)6 Jan. 1709 Elizabeth Norton, of 

Bridlington. They had issue — 

Alan (VI). 

Thomas, bp. 21 Nov. 1717 at Bridlington, bur. thei'e 

1 Nov. 1722. 
Anne, bp. 23 Mar. 1710-1 at Bridlington, bur. there 

31 Mar. 1727. 
Elizabeth, bur. 25 June 1714 at Bridlington. 
Mary, bur. 17 July 1719 at Bridlington. 

VL ALAN LAMONT, bp. 8 May 1712 at Bridlington. 



' There seem no more wills at York, and the 
Parish Registers at Bridlington. 



254 DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 

(tilling East Wapentake. Yorke. 23 Martij 



Ilaatell 

of 
.^corton. 




bend between two martlets [Az.] tli 

chief quarterly . . . and Ermine a uni 

No proofs made of these armes. 



garbs bendways 
I courant [Arg.]. 



I. CHRISTOPHER WASTELL, of Scorton, in Richvwndshire, 
in com. Eboriim, descended from a M'estmorland family ; 
mar. (?) Sythe, dauqhter of Christopher Smelf. ot' Anderby, 
in com. Ebor. They had "issue— 

II. LEONARD WASTELL, of Scorton, in co. Ebor., died circa 
annum 1629. Will 4 Mar. 1628-9, pr. at London 26 Apr. 
1629 (Rec. Ser. ix, 145); to be bur. in the church of 
Bolton on Swale ; rnar. Anne, daui/hter of Edward Danby, 
of Kirkby-Knole in com. Ebor. They had issue — 

1. John. 

2. Mathew Wantell, of Ellerton, in com. Eboi'ii, died 

a" 1664 ! mar. Ellen, da. of Christopher Smithson, 
of Moulton in com. Eborii. They had issue — 

William, of Ellerton, bur. there 9 Nov. 1671, 
admon. 25 Nov. 1671 ; mar. Hannah . . . , 
1665, dead in 1676. They had issue- 
Richard, d. 9 Nov. 1671, admon. 

25 Nov. 1671. 
Sarah, b. 1 Aug. 1667. 
Ellen, bp. 6 Oct. 1668, bur. 17 June 

1674. 
Dorothy, b. 5 Oct. 1669, bur. 23 Feb. 

1672. 
Anne, b. 14 Apr. 1671. 
S. Luke, executor of his father ; marr. first Dorothy, da. 
of Thomas Layton, of West Layton ; afterwards 
Eliz., da. of . . . I'a/isini, of . . , relict of Christopher 
Alleson. 
Jf. Marke Waslell, died ttnmarried, had £100 in his 

father's will. 
1. Isahell, wife of Raphe Swalldale, of Caterig, in com. 
Eboru. 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 255 

S. Sith, wife of William Robinson., of Ellerton super 

Swale, in com. Eborum. 
3. Mary, wife of Richard Curie, of Scorton, in covi. 

Eboru. 
Jf. Elizabeth, wife of Marmad. Danby, of Askew, in cum. 

Ebor. 
5. Margaret, wife of Cuthbert Wetenhall, of South-Coton, 

in CO. Ebor., named in her father's will. 

JOHN WAST ELL, of Scorton, in com. Ebortm, died in 
a' 1659, (Bt. 66ann., (l.) d. 4 Dec. 1659. Will 8 July 1659, pr. 
at London 10 Aug. 1660 (York. Rec. Ser. ix, 166); mar. 
Anne, daughter unto John Robinson, of Hackforth or Bolton 
on Swale in comitatu Eborum (remar. Sir Richard Tancred, 
of Whixley, lie. 1663 at Wragby), d. 1665. They had 
issue — 

1. Leonard (IV). 

2. John, died unmarried, {^) bur. at Hornby 3 Jan. 1632. 

1. Dorothy, (■?) bp. 21 Dec. 1623 at Hornby, ivife of Will. 

James, of Washington, in Episcopatu Dunelm. 
arm,. 

2. Anne, ivife of Leonard Smelt, of Kirkby-Fleetham, in 

com. Ebor., Esq': 

3. Susanna, wife of Tho. Pepper, of Temple-Coton, in 

com. Ebor., had £1,500 in her father's will. 

LEONARD WASTELL, of Scorton, in com. Ebor., dyed in 
Sept. 1664, 0) d. 4 Oct. 1664, bur. at Bolton on Swale 
18 Jan. 1664-5; mar. Eliz., daugh. of John Savile, of 
Methlcy, in com. Ebor., Esq"; at Methley 6 May 1658. 
They had issue — 
John (V). 

Elizabeth, cet. 3 annor. et amplius, 1665 ; mar. Sir 
John Legard, 2d Bart., 1681, bur. at Ganton 
29 July 1694. 

JOHN WASTELL, (tt. 5 annornm 2S Martij a" 1665, of 
Scorton and Ainderby Steeple, bp. 25 Feb. 1660-1 at Bolton 
on Swale, bur. 25 Feb. 1737-8, at Ainderby Steeple. Will 
11 Oct. 1737, pr. at York 30 May 1739 (vol. Ixxxv, 428); 
mar. first Barbara, dau. of Richard Peirse, of Hutton 
Bon vile, 13 June 1682 at Danby Wiske. She was bur. 
8 Oct. 1690, at Bolton on Swale. They had issue- 
John, d. inf. 1683. 
Leonard, d. unni. 

John, of London, merchant ; mar. Annabella, dau. 
of Thomas Williams, of London, merchant. They 
had issue — 

Five daughters. 
Matthew, merchant, bp. 25 July 1687. He had i.ssue, 
with other children — 



256 DUO dale's visitation ok Yorkshire. 

Jolin, of York and Doiicaster, executor and 
heir of liis grandfather, d. s.p. Will 
15 Sept. 1795, pr. York, 13 Feb. 1798 
(unregistered); mar. Barbara, dau. of 
Christopher Bayles. 
James. 
Henry (VI). 

Elizabeth, bp. 22 Sept. 1690, at Bolton on Swale; 
mar. Christopher Bayle.s, of Hull. 
Mar. secondly Katherine, dau. of Henry Crosland, of 
Helmslej-, widow of John Smelt, of Ainderby Steeple, bp. 
at Helm-sley 6 Apr. 1666. 

VI. HENRY WASTELL, in Holy Orders, Rector of Simond- 
burn, CO. Northumb., bp. at Bolton on Swale 19 Feb. 1688-9, 
d. 1, bur. 4 Mar. 1771, ajt. 82. Admon. York, 16 Apr. 
1798, to son John; mar. 15 May 1735, at St. Andrew, 
Auckland, Frances, dau. of William Bacon, of Staward Peel, 
CO. Northumb., d. 25 Aug. 1747, bur. at Haydon Chapel. 
They had issue — 
John (VII). 

n " 1T11- For a detailed account .see Northum- 

Bacon William. '..--- — . ... 

Leonard. 



berland County History, vol. iii 



VII. JOHN WASTELL, ESQ., of Ainderbv, and of Risby, co. Suff., 
bp. at Simondburn 25 May 1736, d. 1811, bur. at Risby; 
mar. Hannah Chicken. Thev had issue — 

John Daniel (VIII). 

Isabella. 

Mary, mar. Rev. John Cartwright. 

Fi-ances, d. unm. 

VIII. JOHN DANIEL WASTELL, Clerk in Holy Orders, b. 
20 July 1782, d. 1873, bur. at Risby; mar. his cousin 
Frances, dau. of Bacon William Wastell, at Corbridge, 
7 Apr. 1811, bur. at Risby 26 Aug. 1851. They had 
issue — 

Frances, b. 13 Feb. 1813, d. 26 Dec. 1858; mar. 

William Whytehead, of York. 
Eleanor, d. 24 Dec. 1838; mar. Thomas Walker, of 

Maunby ilall. 
Mary, mar. John Workedge, Countv Court Judge, 

29 Aug. 1843. 
Eliza, bp. 12 Apr. 1814, d. 1885. 
Margaretta, b. 24 Mar. 1817, d. 1887. 
Isabella, b. 4 Jan. 1819, d. 1892. 

Authorities — Northumberland County History, iii, 312 — Wills — 
Private information. 




DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 257 

Pickering Lythk Wapentake. Malton, 29 Aug. 1665. 



of 
Euton. 



Arms :— Per bend nebulee Or and Sable, a lion rampant counterobanged. 
Crest : — Out of a mural coronet Argent a demi-lion rampant gardant per pale 
wavy Or and Sable, holding in the paws a sword erect hilted of the 
second. 

He produced these armes depicted on a tablet. Query for better 
proofe ? 

I. JOHN SYMPSON, of ... , in co. Cumberland (Glover). 
He had issue — 

II. RICHARD SYMPSON, of Edston, in the wapentake of 
Rydale. Will 8 May 1568, pr. at York 18 Aug. 1577 
(Reg. Test, xxi, 23) ; to be bur. at Edston ; mar. Margaret, 
dau. of . . . Jeamson or Johnson. They had issue — 
Roger (III). 
■ James, of South Duffield, living 1584, named in his 
father's will. He had issue — 

Richard, 3 years old 1584 (Glover). 

Robert. 

Dorothy, mar. Thomas Totman' (Glover). 

III. ROGER SYMPSON, of Edston, living 1584, bur. in Great 
Edston Church ; mar. Dorothy, dau. of Leonard Weldon. 
They had issue — 

Richard (IV). 

Robert (a quo Simpson of Wetherby, 
pedigree). 

William. 

John. 

Roger. 

James, named in his brother Robert's wil 

Ann, mar. Thomas Leppington. 

Elizabeth, (^) mar. . . . Freeman. 

Margaret. 

Dorothy, {V) mar. . . . Lecke. 



see next 



Glover's 
Visitation. 



258 uugdale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

IV. RICHARD SIMPSON, of Edgesion (Edston), in. co. Ebor. 
Will 20 Feb. 1590-1, pr. at York 28 Oct. 1592 (Keg. Test. 
XXV, 1048); mar. 17 June 1572 at Ledsham Margaret, 
daughter of William Wytham, of Britanby and Redeston 
(Ledston), in com. Ebor. They had issue — 

1. Roger Simpson, of whom there is noe issue male 
remayning,^ 11 years old 1584. 
WiU'm (V). 
Richard, 'i 



Edward, 

Henr)-, 

Doroth}', 

Margaret, 

Isabel!, 



e.xecutbrs of their fatlier's will. 



V. WILLIAM SIMPSON, of Rytou, in co. Ebor. Will, no 
date, pr. at York 11 Apr. 1628 (Reg. Test, xli, 66), to 
be bur. at Kirkby Misterton ; mar. Ann, datighier of . . . 
Atkinson, and tuidow of . . . Mason, of Welham, in co 
Ebor., at Norton, 1 May 1602 (C.B.N. ). They had issue— 
William (VI). 
Henry Simpson, of Smeaton, in com. Ebor., named 

in his father's will. 
Robert, died unmarried, named in his father's will. 

1. Ellen, first marr. to WiU'm Hustler, of Bridlington, 

in CO. Ebor., lie. 1629, afterwards to S'' Edward 
Buckhock (? Buckhoole), of ... , in Kent. 

2. Mary, died unmarried, named in her father's will. 

VI. WILLIAM SIMPSON, of Ryton, died in a' 16SS ; mar. 
Urstda, daughter and heire of Tho. Silvester, of Ch-eat 
Driff'eild, in com. Ebor. They had issue — 
Thomas (VII). 
Ellen, died iinmarried. 

Vll. THOMAS SIMPSON, of Ryton, ait. 34 ann. Aug. a' 1665; 
mar. Mary, daughter of S'' WiU'm Cayley, of Brumpton, in 
com. Ebor., RK and Bar'. They had issue — 

/. William, cet. 6 <mn. S9 Aug. 1665, named in his 
brother Thomas' will, where it states he mar. 
Elizabeth . . . 
2. Thomas (VIII). 

Dorothy, wt. 11, an. 1665, named in her brother 

Thomas' will. 
Mary, died young. 
Mary, ott. 1 anni. 1665, named in her brother 

Thomas' will. 
EUeiior, named in her brotiier Thomas' will. 

> Glover says he married a daughter of . . . Gregory. 



DUGDALE'S visitation op YORKSHIRE. 259 

THOMAS SIMPSON, of Ryton, gent., cet. 4 ann. 1665, 
Willi 1 Aug. 1718 with codicil 1720, pr. at York 1 Feb. 
1721-2 (vol. Ixxvi, p. 141); mar. Sarah . . . They had 
issue — 

Thomas (IX). 

Richard, named in his father's will. 
George, named in his father's will. 
Ellenor, named in her father's will, but dead before 
his codicil in 1720. 



IX. THOMAS SIMPSON, of Ryton, which he had under his 
father's will ; (?) mar. 17 June 1735 Margaret, dau. of Mr. 
Duberdin, Vicar of Kirkby Overcar, at Rillington. 



Claro Wapentake. Knaresborough, 14° Aug. 1665. 

.^impann of OHi^tlja-bu, 

I. ROBERT SIMPSON, of Great Edston, in com. Ebor. (son of 
Roger Simpson, of Edston, by Dorothy Weldon, see Simpson, 
of Ryton), a barrister of Lincoln's Inn (Glover). Will 
7 Feb. 1610-1, pr. at York 13 Mar. 1610-1, to be bur. at 
Great Edston ; mar. first Joan, dau. to Alderman Kellam, 
of York. Will 20 May 29 Eliz. (1587), to be bur. in 
Belfreys Church, York. They had issue — 

Henry, of Great Edston, signed Visitation 1612; 

mar. Bridget, dau. to Richard Beilby, of Mickle- 

th waits Grange ; 

mar. Elizabeth, daughter of Will. Wivill, of Osgodby, in co. 

Ebor., 2''- wife, executrix of her husband. They had issue — 

1. Roger, \ 

S. William, \died without issue ; named in their father's 
S. 1'hom.as, j will. 

4- George, j 

Richard (Glover's Visitation). 
John (II). 
1. Frances, tvife of George Tildesley, of Killerhy, in co. 
Ebor. 



' In his will he says his brother William has an annuity of £10 out of his 
estate, and he gives to the latter's wife Elizabeth £5 on condition not to disturb 
Thomas, his eldest son. Dugdale says William was the eldest son, if bo 
Thomas got the estate instead. 



260 



DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



S. Elizabeth, wife unto Bob. Kirke, of Kirkby-Moreside, 

in CO. Ebor. 
3. Mary, wife of Francis Jackson, of Sinington, in com. 



II. JOHN^ SIMP:SON, of Wetherby, in com. Ebor., cet. 60 ann. 
IJ/. Aug. o" 1665, a cap' of foote in the army of King 
Charles the First in the regiment of S'' Will'm Pennyman, 
Bar'. ; mar. Anne, daughter to . . . Penvaux, of ... in 
Wales, widow to George Hall, of Wetherby, in the County 
of Yorke. 



Baynton Beacon Wapentake. 



^ 








/ 



Beverley, 15" Sept. 1666. 

Hotbam 

of 

^corborouglj. 

aescutcbeon the badge of a Baronet of 
.utl :— 

Barry of ten Argent and Azure, on a canton Or a Cornish chough 
Sable, legged Gules (Hotham). 

2. Or, on a bend Sable three mullets pierced Argent. 

3. Argent, ou a bend between six mullets Gules, a cross patee Or 

(Legard). 

4. Argent, on a bend Gules three crescents Or (Moyne). 

5. Argent, in fess between two bars Gules three torteaux, a chief 

indented of the second. 

6. Argent, a pale of lozenges Sable. 

7. Gules, a bend Or (? Whitworth). 

8. Argent, three water-bougets Sable (? Roos). 

Crest: — A demi-seaman issuing out of water proper, holding in the dexter 
hand a sword wav}' . . . and in the sinister a shield of the arms of 




Arms 



terly of eight; on 



I. JOHN HOTHAM, of Scarborough, in com. Ebor., Esq'-., died 
circa an. 1605, High Sheriff of Yorkshire 1584. Admon. 



at York 27 
Michael Sta 
issue — 



June 1609 ; mar. first Julian, 
ihope, of Shelford, co. Notts. 



dau. of Sir 
They had 



DUGD ale's visitation OF YORKSHIRE. 261 

Elizabeth, 1 
Jane, ,. , 

Elizabeth, r''^ ^'P- 
Julian, J 

Mar. secondly Mary, dau. of Sir George Goring, Knt., of 
Sussex. They had issue — 

Son, died infant. 
mar. S'> Jane, dauyhter of Richard Lydiard (Legard), of 
Rysome, in Uoldernesse, in com. Ebor., 3 tvife, at Holly m 
10 Jan. 1.584-5. They had issue — 
S'- John (II). 
1. Mary, tvife of Richard Remington, of Lnnd, in eom. 

Mar., Esq. ; mar. lie. 1601, at Lockington. 
S. Elizabeth, died unmarried. 
S. Fayth, died unmarried. 

S'- JOHN BOTH AM, of Scorborough, K'., and first Bar*., 
created by K. James a" 19 Reyni sui. 4 Jan. 1621-2, High 
Sheriff 1634-5, M.P. for Beverley 1625-43, Governor of 
Hull, which he first defended against Charles I, but 
afterwards for corresponding with him was tried and 
executed 2 Jan. 1644-5, bur. at All Hallows, Barking; 
mar. P' Katherine, daughter of S'' John Rhodes (Rodes), 
of Barlbrough, iii com,. Derb., Knt., at Belfreys, York, 
16 Feb. 1606-7 (Reg.). Thev had issue— 

1. John (III). 

2. Richard. Had issue. 

1. Mary', died an infant. 

2. Frances, first marr. to John Gee, of Beverley, in com. 

Ebor., after to S'' Philip Stapleton, of Wartre, in 
CO. Ebor., KK, at Scorborough, 8 Oct. 1629, bur. 
at Warter 20 May 1636. 
■inar. at St. John's, Beverley, 16 July 1614, Anne, daughter 
of Raphe Rookesby [Rokeby], Secretary to ye Gouncell of 
Yorke for the Northern parts of this realme, 2 tvife, bp. at 
Belfreys 15 July 1593. They' had issue— 
Charles (see second line). 
WilVm. 

Durand or Durant Hotham, of Lockington, in co. 
Ebor., cet. Jf/ an. 15 Sept. 1666, an author, died 
in par. of St. James, Westminster, and bur. there 
Admon. P.O.C. 2 Oct. 1691 (D.N.B.) ; mar. at 
Lund 23 Aug. 1645 Frances, da. of Rich. Remington 
of Lund, in com. Ebor., Esq'', bp. at Lund 18 Nov. 
1625, died 1695. Will 22 March 1692-3. They 
had issue — 

1. Durand Hotham, dyed young. 

3. Jeffrey Hotham, cet. 19 annor. 15 Sept. 1(!66, 

died young. 
S. )Vallerau, cet. 17 ann., died young. 
4.. Edmund, dyed young. 



262 du(;i)alk's visitation of vorkshikk. 

5. Durand, dyed young. 

6. 'Thomas, dyed yowiig. 

7. William, dyed young. 

1. Frances, died young. 

2. Alatkea, died inf. 

3. Elizabeth. 

Jf. Anne, dyed young, 
mar. Frances, daiK/hter of John Leijard, of Ganton, in co. 
Eboi:, Esq--, 3 wife, bp. at Gaiiton 22 July 1604. They 
had issue — 

Eliz., \ 

Frances, Wied young. 
Jane, ) 
mar. Katherine, daughter of S' Will. Banibrouyh, of Ousan 
(Howsliam), ill com. Ebor., En', 4 wife, wid. of Sir Thomas 
Noi-cliffe, Knt., of Langtou, 27 Oct. 1631 at Nunnington, 
died 22 Aug. 1634. They had issue — 

Francis, died unmarried, bur. at Belfreys 11 July 

1653 (reg.). 
Jane, died young. 
mar. Sarah, daughter of 2'homas Anlaby, of Etton, iji co. 
Ebor., Esq'-, 5'* tvife, at Etton, 7 May 1635. They had 
issue — 

1. Sarah, mar. Cecil Cooper, of Thurearton, co. Notts, 

7 Jan. 1668-9. 
fi. Cath.j wife of S'' WiU'm Chohnley, of Whitby, in com.. 
Ebor., Bar'. ; mar. 17 Aug. 1654, died 15, bur. 
at Whitby 21 June 1655. 

3. Dorothy, died young, bur. 17 June 1645 at All 

Hallows, Barking. 

4. Alathea. died young, bur. 1 Dec. 1654 at Thornton- 

le-Dale (C.B.N. ). 

III. JOHN HOTHAM, ESQ^, a Colonel for the Parliament, 
but Joining with his father was tried and condemned to 
death, dyed 1" Jan. a" 1644< beheaded, bur. at All Hallows, 
Barking (see Diet. Nat. Biog.); 7nar. Frances, eldest daughter 
of .?'■ John Wray, of Glentworth, in com. Line, K' and 
Bart, 1 u-ife, 13 Jan. 1630-1 at Glentworth, bp. at Blyton, 
CO. Lincoln, 29 Dec. 1611, bur. at Blyton 23 Dec. 1635 
(Dalton). Thev had issue — 
.Sir John (IV). 
/. Grisild, ivife of Peter le Gay, a merch' in Loudon, 
aftenvards of James Hay (Hayes), Alderm. of 
London, bp. at Glentworth 11 Aug. 1633. 

5. Frances, ivife of John Daniell, 3'^ sou of S'' Ingleby 

DanieU, of Beswick, in co. Ebor., Kn', bp. at 

Glentworth 20 Dec. 1635. 
mar. Marg', daughter of Thomas Fairfax, Vise' Emeley, 
wid. of Watkinson Payler, S icife, lie. 1636 at Bugthorpe. 



UUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 263 

mar. Isabell, dauyhter' of S'' Henry Anderson, of Long- 
Coicton, in com. Ebor., A'., S wife. They had issue — 
Henry, dyed youny. 



i'- JOHiY HOTJ/A.U, of Scorbrouyh, second Bar', cet. SI 
ann. 15 Sept. a" 1666, succeeded his grandfather, M.P. for 
Beverley 1660-81, 1688, bp. at Glentworth 21 Mar. 1631-2, 
bur. 29 Mar. 1689 at South Dalton, will 13 Apr. 1682, 
pr. at York 30 Apr. 1689 (vol. Ixi, 68); mar. Elizabeth, 
only daughter of Sapcote L'^ Beaumont, Viscount Beaumont 
of Swords, in Ireland, at Burton 8 Aug. 1650, bur. 10 Dec. 
1697 at South Dalton. They had issue — 

1. John (V). 

2. Robert, at. S ann., bp. at Scorborough 27 Jan. 

1662-3, named in his father's will. 
/. Elizabeth, wife of William Gee, son and heir of Will'rn 

Gee, of Bishop Burton and Beverley, in com. Ebor., 

Esq'-, bp. at Burton 28 Feb. 1651-2; mar. at 

Scorborough 23 Feb. 1663-4, bur. at Bishop Burton 

20 Mar. 1683-4. 
2. Bridyet, mar. Godfrey Bosvile, Esq., of Gunthwaite, 

13 Oct. 1681 at Scorborough. 
Frances, bp. at Scorborough 16 Nov. 1657, bur. there 

5 Jan. 1657-8. 
Beaumont, bp. at Scorborough 26 Feb. 1660-1, bur. at 

Belfreys 11 July 1662. 
Beaumont, bp. at Scorborough 24 Apr., bur. there 

4 July 1673. 

SIR JOHN HOT HAM, third Bart, of Scorborough, son and 
heire, cet. 10 an. 15 Sept. 1666, M.P. for Beverley 1689, bp. 
at Scorborough 8 Aug. 1655, died s.p. intestate 1691. 
Admon. at York 13 Nov. 1691 to his mother; mar. at 
Beverley Catlierine, dau. of Jolm Heron, Esq., of Beverley, 
5 Feb. 1678-9 (she remar. 26 Aug. 1692, at Kilnwick, John 
Moyser, Esq.), bur. at St. Mary's, Beverley, 5 Jan. 1727 8. 



SECOND LINE. 

A. CHARLES HOTHAM, Gierke (son of Sir John Hotham, 
first Bart., by Anne Rokeby, his second wife), of Hollym, 
1640, Rector of VVigan 1653, ejected 1662, went to "the 
West Indies, becoming a minister at the Bermudas, and 
died there. Will 15 Feb. 1671-2, pr. at London 2 Mar. 
1673-4 (see Diet. Nat. Biog.); mar. Eliz., da. of Stephen 
Tompson, of Humbleton, in co. Ebor., Esq'', at Wigan, 
15 Sept. 1656, bur. at Little Driffield 29 Apr. 1685. M.I. 
(C.B.N.). Thev had issue- 
Sir Charles (B). 



264 dugdalk's visitation of Yorkshire. 

Charlotte, mar. at Scorborough, 19 July 1675, Cliarles 
Best, of Ehnsvvell, bur. 16 Sept. 1710. M.I. 
at Driffield (C.B.N. ). 

Mary. 

B. SIR CHARLES HOTHAM, Knt., and fourth Bart., Colonel 

of Dragoons, succeeded his cousin Sir John Hotham, third 
Bart., in 1691, M.P. for Scarborough 1695-1701 and 
Beverley 1702-22, bur. 20 Jan. 1722-3 at South Dalton. 
Will 19 May 1722, pr. at York 4 Feb. 1722-3 (vol. Ix.xvi, 
609); mar. first Bridget, dau. of William Gee, Esq., of 
Bisliop Burton, 9 Sept. 1690, bur. at Scorborough 4 Aug. 
1707. They had issue- 
Sir Charles, fifth Bart., Colonel in the Army, M.P. 
for Beverley 1727-37, bur. 25 Jan. 1737-8 at South 
Dalton. Will 12 June 1735, pr. at York 24 May 
1738 (vol. Ixxxvi, p. 29) ; mar. Gertrude, dau. of 
Philip, third Earl of Chesterfield, d. 12, bur. 
24 Apr. 1775, at South Dalton. Will 14 Sept. 
1772, pr. at London. They had issue — 

Sir Charles, sixth Bart., bur. 6 Dec. 1767 
at South Dalton ; mar. Clara Anne, dau. 
of Thomas Clutterbuck, bur. 13 July 1759 
at South Dalton. 
John, bp. at Great Driffield 23 Apr. 1692. 
Sir Beaumont (C). 
Melusina, "1 

Caroline, -named in their father's will. 
Gertrude, J 

lilizabeth, mar. Sir Thomas Style, Bart. 
Philippa, mar. William Gee, Esq., of Bishop Burton. 
Rachel, bur. 18 Dec. 1699 at Scorborough. 
Charlotte, mar. Warton Warton, Esq., of Beverley. 
Mar. secondly Mildred, wid. of Sir Uvedale Corbet, Bart., 
and dau. of James, second Earl of Salisbury. She died 
18 Jan. 1726-7. 

C. SIR BEAUMONT HOTHAM, seventh Bart., succeeded his 

nephew, bur. 9 Sept. 1771 at South Dalton. Will 1 June, 
pr. at London 4 Sept. 1771 (Trevor, 374); mar. Frances, 
dau. of Rev. Stephen Thompscm, of Humbleton. They had 
issue — 

Sir Charles Hotham Thompson, eighth Bart., K.B. 
General, d. s.p.m. 25 Jan. 1794; mar. Dorothy, 
dau. of John, first Earl of Buckinghamshire. Tliey 
had issue — 

Henrietta Gertrude, b. 1753, died 1817. 

Sir John, ninth Bart., Bishop of Clogher, died 3 Nov. 

1795; bur. at South Dalton. Will 26 Jan. 1793, 

pr at London 9 Dec. 1795 (Newcastle, 690); mar. 

Susan, dau. of Herbert Mackworth. They had issue — 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 265 

Sir Charles, tenth Bart., died s.p. 18 July 
1811; mar. Elizabeth, dau. of Owen 
Meyrick. 
Caroline, named in her father's will. 
William, eleventh Baronet, first Lord Hotham, of South 
Dalton (Ireland), cr. 17 Mar. 1797 for his victory 
over the French fleet; b. 8 Apr. 1736, died unmar. 
s.p., bur. 7 May 1813 at South Dalton. 
Sir Beaumont (D). 
George, Colonel ; mar. Diana Pennyman, and had 



D. SIR BEAUMONT, second Lord Hotham, succeeded his 

brother. Baron of the Exchequer, b. Aug. 1737, died 4 Mar. 
1814, bur. at East Moulsey (see Diet. Nat. Biog.) ; mar. 
Susanna, dau. of Sir Thomas Ilankey, Knt., widow of 
James Norman. They had issue — 
Beaumont (E). 

Frederick, whose grandson Frederick William, 
succeeded his cousin in the Peerage as sixth 
Lord Hotham. 
Other issue (see Peerages). 

E. BEAUMONT HOTHAM, died v.p. Aug. 1799 ; mar. 

Philadelphia, dau. of Sir John Dixon Dyke, Bart. They 
had issue — 

Beaumont, tliird liOrd Hotham, served at Waterloo, 
M.P. for East Riding 1841-68, b. 9 Aug. 1794, died 
unraar. s.p. 12, bur. 20 Dec. 1870 at South Dalton. 
Geoi-ge Frederick (F). 

F. GEORGE FREDERICK HOTHAM. Rear-Admiral, died 

19 Oct. 1856; mar. Susan Maria, dau. of the second 
Marquis of Thomond. Thev had with other issue — 
William Henry, died "l848. 
George Frederick, died 1854. 
Beaumont, died 1846. 

Sir Charles, fourth Lord Hotham, succeeded his 
uncle ; served in the Crimean war ; died unmar. 
29 May 1872. 
Sir John (G). 

G. SIR JOHN, fifth Lord Hotham, b. 13 May 1838, died 

un-nar. 13 Dec. 1907, and was succeeded by his cousin 
Sir Frederick William, sixtii Lord Hotham, b. 19 Mar. 
1863. (See Peerages.) 



266 i)U(;i)ALk's visitation ok Yorkshire. 

Langbargh Wapkntake. Stokesley, 25° Aug. 16H5. 

Iw of ^inrbiiigtborp£. 

Respite given for entering tlie amies and ].roofe of them ; but nothing done. 

I. GEEVASE LEE} mar. (?) Agues, daughter of Leonard 
Covi/r^ry. of Piiicliinthoi-pe. Tliey had issue — 

II. ROGER LEE, or York, W m Fhisick, admon. York 8 Mar. 
1601-2 ; mar. Ahiriell, daughter of . . . Goicer, of Staiutibi/, 
in com. Eborum. They had issue — 
William (III). 

Dorothy, first marr. to Aiuhew Young, aiid after to 
S"- Philip Huvqaff, oi Iluddleston, in com. Ebor., 
Kn<. 



III. WILLIAM LEE, ot Pinchiii.y thorp, in com. Ebor., died 

circa 1650, admon. at London July 1653; mar. Eleanor, 
daiighter of CiUbert Morley, of Normanby, in co. Ebor., 
lie. 1633 at Stokesley. They had i.ssue — 

IV. ROGER LEE, or Pinchingthorpe. at. SS ann. 25 Aug. 1065, 

bur. at Guisborough. Will 5 Feb. 1718-9, pr. at York 
(vol. Ixxiii, 236) ; mar. Mary, daughter unto John Turner, 
in com. Ebor., bur. 30 Sept. 1685 at Guisborough. They 
had issue — 

1. George, cet. 6 ann. 25 Aug. 1665, died s.p. 3 Dec. 

1703, bur. at Great Ay ton. 

2. Robert, bp. 10 Aug. 1662 at Guisborough, died s.p. 

3. John, b. 1669. 

4. Roger (V). 

5. Cliarles, b. 1675, died s.p. 

6. Turner, b. 1678. 

1. Eleanor, mar. 21 June 1677 James Pennyman, of 

Hutton Lowcros.s. 

2. Dorothy, named in her father's will. 

S. Mary, named in her father's will, mar. . . . Pears. 

4. Elizabeth, named in her father's will, mar. Thomas 

Gill, gent. 

5. Isabell, named in her fathei'.s will, bp. at Guisborough 

17 May 1665 ; mar. . . Lodge. 
Alathea, bur. 14 Feb. 1667-8 at Guisborough. 
Anthonina, named in her father's will, mar. . . . Hick. 



' He is said to have been grandsou or srreat <^-randson of Sir Richard Lee, 
Knt., Lord Mayor of London U61 and 1470. and cousin of Edward Lee, 
Archbishop of York 1531-44. 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 267 

V. ROGER LEE, of Pinchintliorpe, b. 1674 ; mar. Mary Rokebv ^^^-, 
1701. They had issue— ' ' 

James (VI). 
Ellen^ mar. Rev. John Stapleton, of Thornton-Watlas. 

VI. JAMES LEE, of Pinchinthorpe. Will 28 Feb. pr. at York 
1 Oct. 1762 (vol. cvi, 434) ; mar. Elizabeth Hutchinson, of 
Maunby. They had issue — 
James (VII). 

William, C?) b. 29 Mar. 1739; mar. Frances, dau. of 
John Mathews, of Stoke.sley, gent. They had 
issue — 

William. 
Susannah. 
Elizabeth. 
Ann, b. 22 Apr. 1731, named in her father's will ; 
mar. Edward Smith, of Cawood Castle. 

VII. JAMES LEE, of Pinchinthorpe, b. 27 Mar. 1738, bur- 
20 Feb. 1817 at Newton under Rosebery ; mar. Elizabeth 
Rocliife, b. 1756, died at Great Ayton 1836. They had 
issue — 

John Lee, of Pinchinthorpe Hall (the last of the 
family who lived there), b. circ. 1782, shot himself, 
bur. 25 . . . 1836, died s.p. 
William, died inf. 
James (VIII). 

Elizabeth, mar. Daniel Paul, of Pickering. 
Ann, mar. Thomas Simpson, of Nunthorpe Hall. 
Mary, mar. John Harrison, of Easington. 
Harriet, mar. Thomas RoclifFe, of Thirsk. 

VIII. JAMES LEE, of Little Moorsholm, b. 1790, died 17 Dec. 
1828, bur. at Guisborough. Will pr. 24 July 1829 ; mar. 
Mary, dau. of William Terry. They had with other issue — 

IX. JOHN ROCLIFFE LEE, b. 28 Dec. 1809 at Mainsforth, 
CO. Durh., d. 25 May 1872 at Sutton Coldfield ; mar. first 
Jane Daniel, d. 22 Sept. 1851. 

Mar. secondly Catherine, dau. of Henry Haves, d. 16 Dec. 
1869, set. 41. They had with other i.ssue— 

X. RICHARD GERVASE WILLIAM LEE, owner of Pinch- 
ingthorpe Hall, b. 28 Nov. 1861 ; mar. 20 April 1892 Eva 
Sarah Burgess. They have issue. 



DUODALUS VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 269 

Hang East Wapkntake. Yorke, 23o Martij 1665. 




Harrison 



of 



<AIkrtborp£. 



Arms: — Azure, three demi-lions rampant erased Or, a crescent for difference; 

an escutcheon of pretence, Azure, a maunch Or (Conyera). 
Crest : — A demi-lion rampant Or, holding a wreath Vert. 

I. THOMAS HARRISON, sometime L-i Mayor of the Citly of 
Yorke, 1575 and 1592, innliolder, bur. 13 Jan. 1604-5 at 
St. Martin, Micklegate, York. Will 22 Dec. 1603, pr. at 
York 28 Jan. 1604-5; mar. Jolian . . . , bur. 6 Oct. 1595 
at St. Martin, Micklegate. They had issue — 

1. Thomas Harrison, son and heire (a quo Harrison, of 

Cayton, see Dugdale's Visitation). 
S. John Harrison, of Acaster (see vol. iii, p. 80). 
S. Robert (II). 

Mary, mar. Thomas Herbert, of York, at St. Martin, 

Micklegate, 14 Sept. 1579. 
Frances, mar. William Robinson, merchant, of York. 

II. ROBERT HARRISON, Alderm. of y' Citty of Yorke, 
a" 1612, Lord Mayor 1607, died intest., bur. 2 June 1616 
at St. Martin, Micklegate, York, admon. 26 July 1616; 
mar. Frances, daiighter of Will. Robinson, Alderman of 
Yorke, and of Allerthorpe (ancestor of the Marquess of 
Ripon), bur. 16 Mar. 1630-1 at St. Martin, Micklegate. 
Will 14 Mar. 1630-31, pr. at York 24 Oct. 1631 (vol. xli, 
550). They had issue — 
/. S- Thomas (III). 

2. Robert Harrison, of Wyke, in. co. Ebor. 

Mary, mar. first 11 July 1603 at St. Martin's, 
Micklegate, Henry Faux, secondly 22 Dec. 1609 
at same place William Robinson. 

Elizabeth, mar. 21 Nov. 1613 at St. Martin's, 
Micklegate, Christopher Croft. 

Grace, mar. Marmaduke Croft. 

Daughter, mar. Thomas Maisterraan. 

Daughter, mar. Robert Hemsworth. 



270 DUGDALKS VISITATION OK VORKSHIKE. 

III. S-- THOMAS HARRISON, late of Copyrave, in co. Ebor., 
Kn'., died a" 1664, Knighted at York 11 Oct. 1640, High 
Sheriff of Yorkshire 1656-7, bur. 13 Apr. 1664 at St. 
Saviour's, York. Will 27 Sept. 1661 (vol. xlviii, 301); 
mar. Maryaret, dauyhter unto Coaycrs, L'^ Darcy and 
Conyers, lie. 1625 at Hornbv, bur. 1668 at Burneston. 
M.I. (Whitaker's Rich., vol li, 129). They had issue— 

1. Thomas (IV). 

2. Henry Harrisoit, of Holthy, in com. Ebor., (et. SI ann. 

23" Mart. 1665, hTp. at Belfreys, York, 20 Dec. 1633, 
bur. at Hornby 9 Mar. 1668. M.I. (Whitaker's 
Rich., vol. ii, 47) ; tnar. 24 Sept. 1656 at Hornby, 
Eliz., da. & sole heire to Darcy Conyers, of HoUby, 
in CO. Ebor. (remar. Thomas Preston, organist of 
York Minster), bur. at Belfreys 4 Apr. 1709. M.I. 
They had issue — 

1. Conyers Harrison, son and heire, (el. S an. 

23 Martij 1665, bp. at Hornby 11 Feb. 
1663-4. 

2. Thomas, of Holtby, Captain, bp. 4 July 

1665 at Hornby. 
/. Maryaret, mar. first Cliarles Wood, merchant, 
of York, secondly Samuel Mancklin, 
merchant, York, thirdly 27 Nov. 1690 
at York Minster, Rev. Canon Dryden, 
Rector of Londesborough, she died 1 May 
1735, bur. at St. iSIaurice, York (Skaife's 
York Minster Register). 
2. Eliz., bp. 7 Oct. 1662 at Hornby. 

Mary, bp. 9 ]\Iar. 1666-7 at Hornby ; mar. 
10 Feb. 1697-8 Thomas Wanleys, at York 
Minster, organist there, bur. Nov. 1718 
at Belfreys. 

Anne, bp. 15 Sept. 1668 at Hornby, died 
1 Feb. 1735, bur. at St. Maurice, York. 

1. Maryaret, tvife of Rich. Mnsyrave, Esq':, son & heire 

to S'' Philip Mtisyrai^e, of Hartley Cattle, in com,. 
IVestmerland, Bar'., at Belfreys 20 June 1655, 
she was bp. there 16 Aug. 1626. 

2. Anne, tvife of Henry Herbert, Eaq':, son ajid heire to 

S'' Tho. Herbert, of Tinterne, in com. Monmouth, 
Bar'., bp. at Belfreys 19 Oct. 1632, bur. at St. 
Saviour's, York, 19 July 1670. 

3. Dorothy, died unmarried, bp. at Belfrexs 20 Feb. 

1639-40. 

4. Mary. 

IV. THO.UAS HARRISON, of AUerthorpe, in Richmund^hire, in 
CO. Ebor., Esq''., (et. SS annor. 23" Martij a" 1665, bp. at 
Belfreys 31 July 1627, died 29 Dec. 1687, bur. at Burneston. 
M. r. (Whitaker's Rich., vol. ii, 129); mar. Mary, dauyhter 



DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



271 



of S'' William Roberts, of Wilsden, in the county of Middlesex, 
died 25 June 1679, bur. at Burneston. M.I. (Whitaker's 
Rich., vol. ii, 129). They had issue — 
]. Thomas (V). 

William, b. 1652. 
Robert, admitted at Giay's Inn 21 June 1671. 

4. Edward, b. 1664. 

1. Eleanor, (^) bp. at Belfreys 21 May 1651, bur. at 

Burneston 1668 in her sixteenth year. M.I. brass 
(Whitaker's Rich., vol. ii, 129). 

2. Margaret. 

5. Sarah, mar. 1691 Rev. George Grey, Vicar of 

Burneston, died July 1692, s.p., bur. there 
(Surtees' Durham, vol. ii, 19). 
4.' Frances. 

Mary, twelfth child, b. 7 Oct. 1666, died 9, bur. 
11 July 1690 at York Minster (Skaife). Will 
26 June, pr. 31 July 1690 (Reg. Test., vol. Ixi, 
378). 

V. THOMAS HARRISON, of Copgrave, b. 1650, admitted at 
Gray's Inn 29 Mar. 1667 ; mar. Elizabeth . . . , bur. at 
Copgrave 3 Oct. 1707 (M.G.H.). 

In Add. MS. 24,458 Richard Harrison, of the Inner Temple, is 
said to be the representative of the Copgrave family. 



Yorke, 20 Mart. 1665. 




of 
5|orke. 



potent Gules between four torteaux, a canton Azure. 

WALTER BREAREY, of Leedes, in com. Ebor., Gent, bur. 
at St. John's, Micklegate, York, 20 Dec. 1602, said to have 
been 100 years old ; mar. . . . daughter of Robert Brooke. 
They had issue — 



272 dugdai.k's visitation of Yorkshire. 

WU/iam (II). 

1. Mar7j. 

2. Sibill, {'!)bp. at Leeds 22 Sept. 1576. 

II. WILLIAM BREAKEY, twice L<i Mayor of the Citty of 
Yorke, 1611 and 1622, died in a" 1637, merchant, and of 
Middletliorpe, bur. at St. John's, Micklegate, 19 Aug. 1637. 
Will 9 Aug., pr. 6 Oct. 1637 (vol. xlii) ; mar. first Elizabeth, 
daughter of Thomas Casson, of Leedes there 10 Feb. 
1595-6 (reg.), bur. at St. John's 11 Mar. 1618-9. They 
had issue — 

1. William Breary, obiit sine prole, (?) bur. 1 9 Jan. 

1637-8. Will 16 Jan., pr. 16 Feb. 1637-8 
(unregistei-ed) ; m,ar. Eliz., da. of Humphrey 
Robinson, of Thicket, in com,. Eboru., remar. 
Peter Bradley, of Louth, lie. 1638 at Wheldrake. 

2. Christopher (III). 

3. Samuell, L'. Go" in y' Army of K. Ch. y' P' ; a 

merchant, d. from wounds at the siege of York, 
(?) bur. at St. John's, Micklegate, 22 June 1644. 
Will 21 June, pr. at York 3 Sept. 1644 
(unregistered) ; m,arried Ellen, y' dauyhf of 
Alderman Topham, lie. 1633 at St. Martin's, 
Micklegate, but no entry in the register. They 
had issue — 

Samuel, bp. at St. Martin's 2 Apr. 1636, 
(?) Rector of Beeford, Prebendary of 
Southwell. 
Rachel, bp. at St. Martin's 28 Oct. 1637. 
Elinor, bp. at St. Martin's 28 Nov. 1639. 
Other children, bp. at St. ^Martin's, d. quite 
young. 
4.. James, of York, draper, bp. at St. John's, York, 
29 July 1610; mar. Helen, da. of Henry Acroyd, 
of Foyerthorpe, at Bubwith, 17 Oct. 1639. They 
had issue. 
Henry. (See Second Line.) 
1. Sarah, tcife of Thomas Herbert, a Merchant in Yorke ; 
mar. at St. John's, Micklegate, 30 Oct. 1625. 
Eliz., y' wife of Edm,und Bracken, a Merchant in 

Yorke, lie. 1626. 
Susan, xoife of Robert Hemsrvorlh, L'^ Mayor of 

Yorke. 
Franclesl, wife of Leonard Thompson, itvice L'^ Mayor 
of the Citty of Yorke ; mar. at St. John's, Mickle- 
gate, 3 Sept. 1633. 
5. Mary, tvife of Crescy Burnet, Alderm. of the Citty 
of Yorke, bur. at St. John's, Micklegate, 1 Oct. 
1660. 
Mar. secondly 11 Oct. 1627 at St. Cru.x, York, Margaret, 
dau. of John Jenkins, Esq., of York (widow of Alderman 
William Robin.son). Will, no date, pr. 17 May 1645 
(unregistered). 



uugdale's visitation of yorkshike. 273 

III. CHRISTOPHER BREARY, noiv Alderm. of the Citty of 
Yorke, (Kt. 64 an. 20 Mart. 1665, of Middlethorpe, Lord 
Mavor 1669, bp. at St. John's, Micklegate, 22 June 1601, 
bur" there 21 Dec. 1675; mar. 13 May 1628, at St. 
Martin's, Coney St. (reg. ), Elizabeth, dauyhter unto 'Thomas 
Key, a Merchant ill Yorke (and sole heire), d. 14, bur. 
15 May 1672 at St. John's, Micklegate. They had issue — 

1. ]Yilliam, died ivithout issue, (1) mar. 9 June 165& 

at Leeds, Mrs. Isabella Wood, of Beeston. 

2. Christopher (IV). 

S. Waller, d. 29 Nov. 1681, j^ bur. in the Cathedral, M !r:^y 
Jamaica. M.I. 

1. Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Crosland, of Crosland Hill, 

in CO. Ebor., d. 14 Jan. 1685, bur. at Kirk- 
Bramwith. 

2. Mary, mar. Joshua Ibbetson, Mayor of Leeds, lie. 

1672 at Bishopthorpe. 

IV. CHRISTOPHER BREARY, (et. 32 annor. 20 Martij 1665, 
Lord of the manor of Middlethorpe, bp. at St. John's 
4 Oct. 1638, d. 1719, bur. at St. John's. Admon 28 Oct. 
1719; mar. Elizabeth, daughter of Francis Spachhurst, of 
the Middle Temple, London (and sole heire), Lieut. Co'^ in 
y' army of K. Ch. y' First, at Bishophill Elder, York, 
12 Apr. l"664, d. 27 July 1719, bur. at St. John's with her 
husband. Tliey had issue — 

Elizabeth, (et. 5 mensium SO Martij a" 1665. 

Samuel (V). 

V. SAMUEL BREAREY, D.D., Preb. of Stensall, Rector of 
Middleton and Soutli Dalton, bp. at Bishophill Elder 
19 Nov. 1671, d. 15, bur. 19 Jan. 1735-6 at York Minster. 
M.I. Will 20 Apr. 1728, pr. at York 27 Jan. 1735-6; mar. 
Lellis, dau. and h. of Thomas Spencer, of Lynn Regis, 
mercht., extrix. of lier husband, bur. at York Minster 
3 Jan. 1747-8. Will 11 Sept. 1747, pr. at York 12 Jan. 
1747-8 (vol. X, 209). They had issue- 
Christopher Spencer" (VI). 

Lellisa, bp. at Belfreys, York, 26 Oct. 1709 (reg.); 
mar. at St. Mary, Bishophill, York, William Tayleur, 
LL.B., Commissary of the Exchequer Court, York. 
Elizabetli Spatchurst, bp. at Belfreys 1 Nov 1715 
(reg.) ; mar. Arthur Ricard, gent., of York, against 
her mother's consent, as stated in the latter's will. 

VL REV. CHRISTOPHER SPENCER BREAREY, of Mid- 
dlethorpe, Rector of iVIiddletoii, bp. at Belfreys, York, 4 Feb. 
1710-1 (reg.). Will 24 Sept. 1786, pr. at York 14 Jan. 
1788 (vol. cxxxii, 34) ; mar. Ann Pepper. Thev had issue- 
Christopher (VII). 



274 dugdale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

Edward, exor. of his father, from whom he had land 
in Middleton and advowson of the church ; mar. 
Catherine, dau. of Edward Smith, of Manchester, 
at St. Mary, Bishophill, York, 1783. 

Ann Sarah, named in her father's will. 

VII. CHRISTOPHER BREAREY, ESQ., of Middlethorpe. 

Will 19 Nov. 1821, pr. at York 9 Nov. 1826; mar. Jane 

. . . They had issue — 
Henry (VIII). 

Christopher Spencer, exor. of his father, "i 
Edmund Henry, iianied 

Jane, mar. John Rothwell, of Quarndon, | in their 
CO. Leic, j father's 

Sophia Matilda, will. 

Ann, mar. Joseph Seynor, of Cawood, J 

VIII. HENRY BREAREY, ESQ, of Scarborough. Will 17 Nov. 
1812, pr. at York 26 Apr. 1822 ; mar. Harriet Ann . . . 
They had issue — 
Henry (IX). 
Charles Brearey, of Scarborough, surgeon. 

IX. HENRY BREAREY, of York, solicitor. Will 6 Mar. 
1888, pr. at York 26 Sept. 1889; mar. . . . They had 
issue — 

Julia Lellis, d. unmar., v.p. 

Cecilia Agnes, of Scarborough, had residue in her 

father's will. 
Daughter, mar. . . . Paulet. 



SECOND LINE. 

HENRY BREAREY, of York (youngest son of William 
Brearey II, and Elizabeth Casson), bp. at St. John's, 
York, 30 Aug. 1612, bur. there 27 Feb. 1673-4 (reg.), 
admon. 31 Mar. 1674 ; mar. Mary, da. of Marke Micklethivayt, 
of Marston, Gierke, lie. 1643, bur. at St. John's 14 Oct. 
1661. They had issue- 
William (B). 

Mark, merchant, d. s.p. (Thoresby's "Leeds," 125), 
admon. 27 July 1681. 

WILLIAM BREAREY, LL.D., Rector of Guiseley and 
Adel, Archdeacon of East Riding, bur. at St. John's, 
York, 9 Mar. 1701-2. Will 20 Dec. 1701, pr. at York 
27 May 1702 (unregistered); mar. first 15 Feb. 1673-4 
at Terrington, Mary, dau. of Robert Hitch, D.D., Dean 
of York, bur. at St. John's, York, 11 May 1678. They 
had issue — 



DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



275 



Sarah, mar. 4 Dec. 1701, at York Minster, Richard 
Roundell, Esq. (reg.), bp. at St. John's, York, 
11 Dec. 1675, bur. at Marston 5 Aug. 1711. 
Mar. secondly 17 June 1679, at Sandal, Elizabeth, dau. of 
Leonard Thompson, Esq., of York (widow of Thomas 
Childers, Esq., of Carr House), bp. 11 Mar. 1649-50, 
bur. 10 Nov. 1721. Will 17 Feb. 1717-8, pr. at York 
22 Aug. 1722 (vol. Ixxvi, 401). They had is.sue— 
William (C). 

Henry, Rector of Boxworth, co. Camb., d. s.p. 
Walter, (?) bp. at St. Martin's, Coney St., York, 

14 July 1687. 
Thomas, of Leeds, merchant, bp. at St. Helen's, York, 
11 Dec. 1689. Will 24 Dec. 1729, pr. at York 
22 Jan. 1729-30 (vol. Ixxxi, 337); mar. Elizabeth, 
dau. of Solomon Pollard, of Leeds, apothecary, 
executrix of her husband. 
Mary, executrix of her mother. Will Dec. 1724, pr. 

at York 26 Nov. 1732 (vol. Ixxxiii, 209). 
Elizabeth. Will 16 Jan. 1730-1, pr. at York 26 Nov. 
1732 (vol. Ixxxiii, 202). 

C. WILLIAM BREAREY, ESQ., of York, d. intestate, admon. 
at York 5 Oct. 1752 ; mar. . . . They had issue — 

Elizabeth, mar. Daniel Mitford, of Northallerton, 
sui'geon, to whom admon. of her father's will 
was granted (Thoresby's "Leeds," 125). 



Strafforp and TiCKHiLr. Wapentake. Doncaster, 9" Apr. 

of 
loncasUr, 



AR.MK: -.Azure, between two flaunclios Ermine as many swans in pale proper, 
a mullet for difference. 




270 dugdalk's visitation of Yorkshire. 

I. ROBERT MELLISH, of London and of Sanderstead, co. 
Surrey, Merchant Tailor, d. 30 Mar. 1.562, bur. at All 
Hallows', Bread St. Will 9 Mar. 1561-2, pr. at London 
18 Apr. 1562 (Streat, 11); mar. Elizabeth . . . Will 
28 May, pr. 26 June 1563 (Chavre, 26). Tliey had is.sue— 
John (II). 

Henry Mellish, of London, Citizen and Merchant 
Tailor. Will 7 Feb. 7 Eliz. (1564-5), pr. 12 Feb. 
(Morison, 5), to be bur. at All Hallows', Bread St. ; 
mar. Ann . . . They had issue — 

Robert, of Sanderstead. Will 15 Nov. 1626, 

pr. at London 17 Mar. 1626-7 (Skynner, 

27), to be bur. at All Hallows', Bread St. 

Other children. 

Agnes, mar. Thomas Pyme. They had issue. 

Katherine, mar. first Anthony Willyanis ; secondly 

. . . Conyers. 
Magdalene, mar. Edward Jackman, of Hackton [in 
Uprainster], co. Essex (Visitation, i, 426). Tliey 
had issue. 
Millicent, had £50 in her father's will. 
Luce, mar. Laurence Palniei-. 

II. JOHN MELLISH, of London and of AViUinghara, co. Line, 

Merchant Tailor. Will 7 Aug. 1587, pr. at London 7 Mar. 

1587-8 (Rutland, 18), to be bur. at North Willingham ; mar. 

Bridget . . . , executri.x of her husband. They had issue — 

Edward (III). 

Henry, named in his father's will. 
John, named in his father's will. 

George, of London and Sanderstead, merchant tailor, 
bur. 10 May 1654 at Sanderstead (reg.) ; mar. first 
Catherine, dau. of Richard Clarke, of London. 
They had issue — 

Two sons, d. young. 
Mar. secondly Mary, dau. of Henry Kinnersley, 
of London, merchant. They had issue — 

Henrv, of Sanderstead, bur. there 24 June 
1677 (reg.). Will 21 Feb. 1676-7, pr. at 
London 17 July 1677 (Hale, 75); mar. 
Elizabeth, dau. of John Goden, of London, 
bur. 26 July 1707 at Sanderstead (reg.). 
Will 9 Nov. 1705, pr. at London. They 
had issue — 

George, bp. 11 May 1671 at Sanderstead 

(reg.), C?) bur. there 24 Nov. 1693. 
Henry, bp. 15 Dec. 1673 at Sanderstead 

(i-eg-)- 
John, bp. 22 Feb. 1675-6 at Sanderstead 

(reg.). 
Mary, mar. Sir John Stonehouse. 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 277 

Elizabeth, bp. 28 Dec 1669 at Sander- 
stead (reg.), (?) bur. there 11 Sept. 
1672. 
(!) .Sarah, bur. at Sanderstead 10 Jan. 
1648-9. 
Daniel, of London, merchant. Will 11 Dec. 
1664, pr. at London 27 Feb. 1664-5 
(Hyde 16); mar. Elizabeth, dau. of Peter 
Smith, gent. They had issue — 

,,' ' i named in their father's will. 
Mary, j 

Anne, mar. Joshua Pordage. 

Mary, bp. 14 Sept. 1630; mar. Walter 

Hampton 6 Nov. 1649, (?)bur. ."30 Sept. 

1687. 

Ruth, bp. 28 Julv 1633. 

Rebecca, bp. 7 Feb. 1636-7; mar. 21 July 

1659 John Angel, bur. 5 July 1676 at 

Sanderstead (reg.). 

Millicent, I 

Timotlie, 

Rachel, 'unmar. at date of fatlier'.s will, 1587. 

Elizabeth, I 

Damaris, I 

in. EDWARD MELLISH, Citizen and Mtrch' ot London. Will 
1 Nov. 1615, pr. at London 4 Apr. 1616 ([Cope, 38); mar. 
Alice, sister and heire of JVilliatyi Re<ison, of Askham, in co. 
Nott. Will 25 Mar., pV. at London 20 May 1617 (Weldon, 
40). They had issue — 
1. John (IV). 

3. Rob' Mellish, of Raqnall, in com. Nott., a Puritan. 
Will 5 Nov. 1673, pr. at York 20 Nov. 1674 
(vol. Iv, 297), to be bur. at Ragnall ; mar. first 
29 Aug. 1626 Mary, dau. of William Saunderson, 
of Blyth. They had issue. (A quo Mellish, of 
Ragnall. ) 

Mar, secondly Anne . . . Will 24 July 1684, pr. 
at York (vol. Ix, 291). 
S. William Mellish, of Doncaster. (See Second Line.) 

IV. JOHN MELLISH, Merchant of London, bought the estate of 
Blyth in 1635, but never resided there, d. 15 Mar. 1677-8 
in his eightieth year at the house of his son-in-law 
Mr. Gardner, in Fenchurch St., bur. on the 19th in the 
chancel of Woodford, Essex (Raine's Blyth). Will 3 Aug. 
1677, pr. at London 22 Mar. 1677-8 (Reeve, 26); mar. 
Elizabeth, da. of John Dade, of London, bur. in tlie same 
grave as her husband. Tliev had issue — 
Edward (V). 
Thomas, in Portugal, had £600 in his father's will. 



278 uuguale's visitation ok Yorkshire. 

MaiT, mar. John Gardner. 
Elizabeth, mar. William Sherrington. 
Alice, mar. Thomas Bridges. 
Joyce. 

Sarah, named in her father'.s will ; mar. Colonel John 
.Mews. 

V. EDWARD MELLISH, ESQ., of Blyth Hall, which he 
rebuilt 1684, a Portugal merchant, returned to England 
Oct. 1671, High Sheriff of Notts 1692, d. unmar. at Blyth 
10 Sept. 1703, in his seventieth year. Will 1 Sept., pr. at 
York 23 Sept. 1703. He left all his estates to his kinsman 
Joseph Mellish, of Doncaster, grandson of his uncle William. 
(See Second Line.) 



SECOND LINE. 

WILLIAM MELLISH, of Doncaster, in com. Ebor. (third 
son of Edward Mellish III, and Alice Reason), let. 60 annor. 
9" Apr. a" 1666, b. 31 Mar. 1605, d. 3 Apr. 1667, bur. at 
Doncaster. M.I. Will 7 Mar. 1664-5, pr. at York (vol. 
xlviii) ; mar. 25 Apr. 1633 at Stepney (reg.) Martha, 
dauyhter of Samuell Goldsmith, Merchant of London, d. 
4 July 1684, bur. at Doncaster. M.I. Will 10 Feb. 
1678-9, pr. at York 20 Aug. 1684 (vol. 1.x, 277). They 
had issue — 

1. Samuell (B). 

2. Hobert, a Turkey Merchant, of Stepney, had £100 

in his father's will. Will 22 Feb. 16991 700, pr. at 
London 17 Apr. 1700 (Noel, 60); mar. Anne 
. . . , executrix of her husband. They had 
issue — 

Martha, named in her father's will ; mar. 
Thomas Bird. 

3. William, a Turky Merch'. 

Anne, wife of . . . Calcot, Citizen of London. 

SAMUELL MELLISH, an Utter Barrister of the Inner 
Temple, cet. SI ann. 9 Apr. a" D. 1666, Recorder of 
Doncaster, J.P., D.L., d. 23 Oct. 1707, bur. at Doncaster. 
M.I. Will 21 Feb. 1706-7, pr. at York (vol. Ixiv, 156); 
mar. Joane, daughter of Thomas Sprouse (Prowse, of 
Hillersdon), in co. Devon, widow or Tobias Harvey, 
Citizen of London. Will 21 Feb. 1707-8, pr. at York 
(vol. Ixvi, 10). They had issue — 

Williatn, ret. 1 anni 9 Apr. 1666, d. young. 

Joseph (C). 

Martha, mar. Daniel Baker, Esq., of Penn, co. Bucks. 

Sarah, named in her mother's will. 



dugdale's visitation of yorkshirk. 279 

JOSEPH MELLLSH, ESQ., of Blytli, which he inherited 
from his relative Edward Mellish, Esq., executor of his 
mother, d. 10 June 1733, set. fifty-eight, bur. at Blvth. 
Will 20 June 1732, pr. at London 2 May 173+ (Ockham, 
115); mar. Dorothea, dau. of Sir William Gore, Lord 
Mayor of London, d. 1737, bur. at P.lyth. They had 
issue — 

Edward Mellish, Esq., of Blyth, J. P., d. 2 Jan. 1757, 
set. forty-nine, bur. at Doncaster. M.I. Will 
6 Apr. ' 1755, pr. at London 19 Jan. 1757 
(Herring, 21); mar. 22 Mar. 1741 at Aix, Sarah 
Heme (Raine), d. 29 Aug. 1781, jet. seventy- 
eight, bur. at Doncaster. M.I. Thev had issue — 
Sarah, d. 1743 (Raine). 
William (D). 

Joseph, of Bush Hill and Bishopsgate St., London, 
M.P. for Grimsby 1761-80, d. .s.p. 16 Dec. 1790, 
bur. at Blyth ; mar. Catherine, dau. and coh. of 
John Gore, Esq., bur. at Blyth 16 Oct. 1794. 

Samuel, 1 ■, /t> ■ \ 

-.If f d. voung (Haine). 

Mary, ^ ■ o \ / 

Elizabeth. 

WILLIAM MELLISH, ESQ., of Blvth, Receiver-General 
of Customs, M.P. for Retford 1747-51, d. 1791, ;et. eighty- 
three. Will 9 Dec. 1783, pr. at London 2 Jan 1792 
(Fountain, 29) ; mar. first 27 Feb. 1734 Catherine de Costa, 
widow, of Villa Real, d. 1746, set. tiiirty-seven, bur. at 
Blyth. Thev had issue — 

Charle's (E). 
Mar. secondly Anne, fourth dau. and coh. of John Gore, 
Esq., of Bush Hill, merchant, bur. 10 Sept. 1794. They 
had issue — 

John, robbed and shot on Hounslow Heath, b. 1763, 
d. 9 Apr. 1798. Will 4 Apr., pr. 28 June 1798 
(Walpole, 423) ; mar. 17 Feb. 1795 at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, Charlotte Pinfold (reg.). They 
had issue — 

Catherine ISIartha. 
William, of Bush Hill, jM.P. for Grimsby 1796, b. 

1764, d. 1838, bur. at Edmonton. 
Joseph, b. 1765, d. 20 Sept. 1787 (Musgrave's Obit.). 
Edward, Dean of Hereford, D.D. ; mar. 22 Oct. 1810 
at St. George's, Hanover Square, Elizabeth, dau. of 
Rev. William Leigh. They had issue — 

William Leigh, of Hodsock Priory, by the will 
of his cousin Mrs. Chambers (Raine), b. 
1813; mar. Margaret, dau. of Sir Samuel 
Cunard, Bart., by whom he had issue. 
Sir George, Lord Justice of Appeal, b. 
19 Dec. 1814, d. 15 June 1877 (Diet. 
Nat. Biog.). 



280 



DUGUALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



Frances Katherine, mar. . . . Buchanan, Esq., 
Ambassador at Copenhagen. 
Ann, mar. Theophilus Gurdon 25 July 1796 at St. 
George's, Hanover Square (reg.). 

E. CHARLES MELLISH, ESQ., of Blvth, Barri.?ter-at-La\v, 

Recorder of Newark; bur. 12 Jan. 1797 at Blvth. "Will 
16 Sept. 1794, pr. at London 4 Aug. 1798 (Walpole, 583); 
mar. Judith Stapleton, bur. 12 Aug. 1806. They had 
issue — 

Henry Francis (F). 

Ann, mar. 25 May 1811 at St. George's, Hanover 
Square (reg.), William Cecil Chambers, Esq. ; she 
was coheir to her brother and d. at Fontainbleau 
12 Aug. 1855, bur. at Blyth (Raine). 
Eliza, mar. first George Augustus, son of Sir George 
Cooke, seventh Baronet of Wheatley ; secondly 
Alexander Donovan, Esq. 

F. HENRY FRANCIS MELLISH, ESQ., of Blyth, Aide-de- 

camp to the Duke of Wellington, Lieut. -Colonel, sold Blvth 
1806, d. s.p. 1817, »t. thirty five, bur. in Blyth Church; 
mar. 8 Aug. 1812 at St. George's, Hanover Square, Harriet, 
dau. of Sir Duke Giffard. of Castle Jordan, Ireland, Bart. 

Authorities — Raines History of Blyth — Wills — Registers. 



BlLMEK W.4PE 




Torke, 21 Mart., 1665. 



(BdHvt 

at 

MiggintljorpB. 



•anipant regardant between three arrows in pale Or. 
No proofe made of these armes. 

RICHARD GELDART, of York, butcher, free 1578, 
Chamberlain, 1600. Will 9 Nov. 1626, pr. at York 14 Aug. 
1628, to be bur. in Christ Church (vol. xli, 57 a); mar. 
Isabell . . . They had issue — 



DUGDALK's VISITAION of YORKSHIRE. 281 

Robert, butcher, St. Crux parisli, free 1605. Will 
11 Feb. 1644-5, pr. at York 17 May 1645 (un- 
registered), to be bur. in St. Crux Church ; mar. 
!Mary . . . They had issue — 

Mary, named in her father's will ; mar. 
John Godson. 
John (11). 

Roger, tanner, free 1615, bur. at Tiinitv, ^licklegate, 
22 Aug. 1638 (reg.). Will ciic 17 Aug., pr. at 
York 3 Oct. 1638 (unregistered) : mar. Elizabeth 
. . . , executrix. They had issue — 
Thomas, "| 
John, 

James, -iianied in their father's will. 
Richard, I 
Jane, j 
Katherine, mar. . . . Parker, ") named in their 

Grace, mar. Robert Weddell, of York, j father's will. 



JOHN GELD ART, of York and Askham Bryan, Lord 
Mayor 1645 and 1654, bp. at St. Crux 20 Aug. "l596, bur. 
at All Saints' Pavement 11 Jan. 1658-9, d. intestate; mar. 
first Tabitha, dau. of Alderman Elias JNlicklethwaite, lie. 
1630, bur. at All Saints' Pavement 21 Aug. 163^. They 
had issue — 

John (III). 

Joseph, named in his stepmother's will 1667. 
Mar. secondly Alice Twistleton, of Barlow. Will 14 June 
1667 (called "Dame Alice Geldart), pr. at York 22 July 
1667 (vol. xlviii, 640). 



III. JOHN GELDART, of Wipiathorpe, in com. EborC, mt. 34 
aunorum 21 Martij 1665, bur. 5 July 1677 at Terrington 
(reg.). Will 24 Apr. 1675, pr. at York 1 Nov. 1677 (vol. 
Ivii, 581); mar. Sarah, daughter of D'' Rohurl Ililfh, Deane 
of Yorhe. Tliey had issue — 

John Geldart, (ft. unius anni 21 Mart. 1665, bp. at 

Terrington 11 Apr. 1665. 
Robert (IV). 

Joseph, of Wiganthorpe, gent., named in iiis father's 

will, bp. at Terrington 12 June 1673 (reg.), bur. 

there 19 Mar. 1698-9 (reg.), d. intestate, admon. 

to his brother Robert 9 Dec. 1702 ; mar. . . . 

Sarah, bp. at Terrington 16 Feb. 1663-4, bur. there 

5 Apr. 1664 (reg.). 
Tabitha, bp. at Terrington 6 Nov., bur. there 19 Dec. 

1666 (reg.). 
Mary, bp. at Terrington 13 May 1668 (reg.), named 
in her father's will. 



282 dugdale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

IV. ROBERT GELD ART, of Wiganthorpe and Askham Biyan, 
bp. at Teniiigton 17 Oct. 1670 (reg.), named in his father's 
will ; to have the mansion houses of Wiganthorpe and 
Askham Bryan. 



PirKERiNG Lythe. Malton, 29o Aug. 1665. 

Eobinson of JfarmanbLu 

No proofe made of the arms. 

I. HENRY ROBINSON, of Farmanby, in co. Ehor. ; mar. 
Jane, daughter of Hugh Greaves, sometime L'^ Mai/or of 
Yorke. They had issue — 
John. 
William Robinson, Citizen of Yorke. 

II. JOHN ROBINSON, of Farmanby, died in a" 1639 ; bur. 

1 Feb. 1656-7 (C.B.N.), (1) admon. London 1657; mar. 

Jane, daughter of . . . Ii'es, of Gilling, in co. Ebor., second 

wife, 1618 or 1619, bur. 11 Nov. 1635. They had issue— 

Samuell. 

1. Jane, tvife of Will'm Blanchard, Citizen of Yorke. 

2. Margaret, ivife of WiU'm Nevill, Citizen of Yorke. 

III. SAMUEL ROBINSON, of Farmanby, cet. S8 ann. 29 Aug. 

1665, bur. 27 July 1682 (C.B.N.) ; viar. Helen, daughter 
of Bethell Hunter, of Thornton, in com. Ebor. They had 
issue — 

John (IV). 

1. Jane. 

2. Maudalen. 
S. Helen. 

IV. JOHN ROBINSON, at. 6 an. S9 Aug. a" 1665, d. unmar., 

bur. 21 Sept. 1685 at Thornton. 



DUGDALES VISITATION Ob' YORKSfflRE. 283 

Allertonship Wapentake. Yorke, 13 Sept. 1665. 

uf 

Arms : — Argent, tliree calves passaut Sable, a canton Gules. 

I. THOMAS METCALFE, Chancellor of the Duchy of 
Lancaster, d. 1503-4. He had issue — 

Sir James, of Nappa (see vol. ii, p. 121). 

Francis. 

Ottiwell (TI). 




IL OTTIWELL METCALFE, 



ud had issue — 



in. JAMES METCALFE, of Swinethwaite, mar. . 
issue — 

Ottiwell. 

Georgfi (IV). 



IV. 



GEORGE METCALFE, second son to James Metcalfe, ivhich 
James ivas grandson to Thomas Metcalfe, Chancelour of the 
Dutchy of Lancaster, of Hood Grange, b. circ. 1516. Will 
27 Mar.i pr. at York 13 June 1571 (Reg. Test., xix, 
207); mar. Elizabeth ('!)Bankes. Will 13 Nov. 1580, pr. 
at York 10 June 1581 (Reg. Test., xxii, 60). They had 
issue — 

jf Hood Grange (see Glover's 



Gilbert Metcalfe, 
Visitation). 

John Metcalfe. 

Richard (V). 

Anthony Metcalfe, 
will. 

Cecily, 

Jane, 



barrister, named in his fathi 



named in their father's and mother's wil' 



V. RICHARD METCALFE, of North-Allerton, died in a' 1616 
or thereabouts ; mar. Anne or Margaret, daughter of Roger 
Wilson, of Danby- Wiske, in co. Ebor. They had issue — 



M 



284 DU(il)ALl<:'s VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 

1. Georye (VI). 

2. Richard, of Xorth-Allerton (see second line of Thorn- 

borougli). 
Cecilie, wi/e of Marmaduke Bell, of Elmer, in com. 
Ebor., yeiit. 

VI. GEORGE METCALFE, of Allerton, one of the Justices of 
Peace in the North Riding of Yorkesh., died in a' 1643. 
Will 28 May 1642, pr. at York 14 May 1647 (unreg.) to be 
bur. at North Allerton ; 7nar. Elizabeth, daughter of 
William Talbot, of Knaton (Knayton), in com. Ebor., gent. 
They had issue — 

1. William (VII). 

2. Richard. 

1. Eliz., wife of Timothy Maleverer, of Arncliffe, in co. 

Ebor., Esq''., mar. 19 Dec. 1650, she was bur. 
24 May 1674 at Arncliffe. 

2. Cath., wife of Henri/ Crosland, of Hemdey, in com. 

Ebor., she was bur. at Helmsley 23 Sept. 1671. 

3. Mary, wife of Lancelot Pinkney, of Hilton, in co. 

Ebor., gent. 

VII. WILL'M METCALFE, of Kurth-Allerton, wt. SO an. lA Sept. 
166-5, bur. 28 Jan. 1698 at North Allerton (reg.); mar. 
Anna, dauyh. of S'' Georye Marivood, of little Buskby, in co. 
Ebor., Bart., 21 May 1657 at Stokesley (reg.). They had 
issue — 

Thomas (VIII). 

1. Elizabeth, bur. 26 Oct. 1684 at St. Olave's, York 

(Ingledew). 

2. Margaret, mar. 22 Aug. 1672 Daniel La.scelles, Esq., 

of Stank, at North Allerton, she was bur. there 
20 Dec. 1690. 

3. Henrietta Catherine, mar. first 15 Jan. 1694-5 at 

York Minster, John Batt, Esq., of Oakwell Hall; 
mar. secondly 19 Oct. 1708 at Birstal, John Smvth, 
Esq., of Wakefield. 

VIII. THOMAS METCALFE, ESQ., of Allerton, Sand Hutton 
and York, oit. i an. IS'' Sept. 1665, bur. 8 Apr. 1716 at 
St. 01ave'.s, York; admon. 11 Apr. 1717; mar. Anne, dau. 
of . . . Green. They had issue — 

William, of York, Esq., a legatee in the will of his 
aunt Smyth 1740, d. s.p. ; mar. Katherine, dau. of 
. . . Darjjj-. ^./j^tiW- '-'-^W^ ^■■'^'■l' 
Thomas (IX). 
George. 
John. 
Anne. 
Henrietta. 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 285 

IX. THO]SrAS METCALFE, iM.A., Rector of Kirkby Overblow, 
d. 19 Feb. 1774, bur. at Stokesley ; mar. Anne, dau. of 
William Smelt, Esq., of Kirkby Fleetham, d. 10 Feb. 1804, 
ret. eighty-seven. They had issue — 

William, of North Allerton, Esq., and Busby Hall, 
which he had from his cousin Jane, widow of 
Cholmley Turner, dau. of George Marwood, Esq. ; 
took the name of Marwood, d. s.p. 3 Feb. 1809; 
mar. Marv, dau. of Christopher Goulton, Esq., of 
Beverley, "d. 8, bur. 13 Apr. 1807 at York Minster 
('■eg-). 
George (X). 

Cornelius, of Manchester and London. 
Francis, Rector of Kirkbrid. 
Other children. 

X. GEORGE METCALFE, M. A., Canon of Chichester, succeeded 
his brotiier William in tiie Busby estates and also took the 
name of Marwood, d. 1 Dec. 1827, bur. at Stokesley; 
mar. 1780 ]\[ary, dau. of Francis Pearson, Esq., of Beverley. 
They had issue— 

George (XI). 

Other issue. 

XL GEORGE MARWOOD, M.A., Vicar of Amport, co. 
Southampton, b. 29 June 1781, d. 9 Jan. 1842, bur. at 
Stokesley; mar. 1 Aug. 1804 Mary, dau. of Joiin Quantock, 
Esq. Thev had issue-— 

George (XII). 

Otliei- issue. 

XII. GEORGE MARWOOD, ESQ., of Busby Hall, b. 31 Dec. 
1808 ; mar. Frances Anne. dau. of Rev. Frederick Peel, 
MA. They had issue. 

SECOND LINE. METCALFE OF THORNBOROUGH. 

A. RICHARD METCALFE, of Xorlh-AUerton, in com. Ehor., 
died in a" WJ^O (vel circa), [son of Richard Metcalfe, V] ; 
mar. Anne, daughter of John Palleser, of Newhy-Wiske, in 
com. Ebor. (i-emar. Marmaduke Franke, of Knighton, 
Dugdale's Visitation, p. 94). They had issue — 

1. George (B). 

2. Richard Metcalfe, a Merch' in Yorke. 

3. Gilbert Metcalfe, a Merchant in London. 

4- Peter Metcalfe, a Merchant in the Citty of Yorke, 
bp. at North Allerton 5 July 1635, bur.' 12 Sept. 
1670 at St. Martin's, Micklegate, York. 
Margt, ivife of John Pecket, a Merchant in Yorke. 
John. 

Thomas, bp. 4 Nov. 1638 at North Allerton. 
Roger. 



286 DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIKK. 

B. GEORGE METCALFE, of Thornboroiiyh, near Rvmonby, in 

com. Ebor., tet. 42 ann. 8" Sept. a' D. imS, bur. 20 Jan. 
1693-4 at North Allertoii (reg.); mar. Anne, daughter and 
sole heire of Henri/ Danby, of Rom,onby, in co. Ebor., bur. 
9 June 1686 at North Allerton (reg.). Thev had issue — 

1. Richard (C). 

2. .Sir Gilbert, cet. 10 ann., 8 Sept. 1666, Alderman and 

Lord Mayor of York 1695, bur. 30 June 1698 at 
St. Martin's, Micklegate, York (reg.) Will 20 June 
1698, pr. at York (Reg. Test., Ixii, 113); mar. 
Mar\' . . . , executrix of her husband's will. 
They had issue — 

George, named in his father's will, (Obp. at 

St. Martin's 27 May 1686. 
Gilbert, bp. at St. Martin's 21, l)ur. there 

25 Apr. 1689. 
Mary, named in her father's will. 
1. Anne, wife of Michaell Pemberlon, of Aixlaby Ball, in 
com. Pal. Bnnelm, Esq": ; mar. 17 June 1665 at St. 
Maurice, York (C.B.N.), bur. 14 Dec. 1717 at 
North Allerton. 
S. Mary. 
S. Margaret. 
Jf. Catherine. 

George, bur. 25 Aug. 1691 at North Allerton (reg.). 
Thoraasine, bp. 19 May 1670 at North Allerton; 
mar. there 19 Feb. 1684 Thomas Shipton ; mar. 
secondly there 18 Apr. 1691 (reg.) Ralph Hopton. 

C. RICHARD METCALFE, ESQ., of Thornborough Hall, 

cet. 15 ann. 8 Sept. 1666, bur. 19 Jan. 1685-6 at North 
Allerton ; mar. Elizabeth, dau. of . . . Ogilvie, bur. 18 Jan. 
1722-3 at North Allerton (reg.). Thev had issue- 
Richard (D). 
Henry, bp. 31 Jan. 1681-2, bur. 26 Aug. 1682 at 

North Allerton. 
Elizabeth, bp. 11 Feb. 1672-3 at North Allerton; 
mar. Francis Procter, of Thorpe-on-the-Hill, Roth- 
well. 
Mary, bp. 26 Apr. 1683 at North Allerton : mar. 
there 22 Apr. 1723 Rev. Christopher Hunter, 
M.A., Vicar of North Allerton, she was bur. 
there 2 Jan. 1766 (reg.). 
Ann, bp. 5 Aug. 1684 at North Allerton, bur. there 
9 Apr. 1685 (reg.). 

D. RICHARD METCALFE, ESQ., of Tiiornborough Hall, bur. 

24 Sept. 1713 at North Allerton; mar. Mary, dau. and 
coheir of . . . Nicholson. They had issue — 

Elizabeth, sole dau. and heiress, bp. 13 Jan. 1704-5 
at North Allerton ; mar. first James Niciiolson, of 
Durham ; mar. secondly Nicholas Lambton, Esq., 
of Biddick. 




DUGUALK's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 287 

OcsK AND DARftKNT WAPENTAKE. Yorke, 21 Mart, 1665. 



of 
|laburn£. 



Arms:— Gules, three fleurs-de-lis Ai-geut, a cliief vair. 

Crest: — A cubit arm Azure, cuffed Ermine, the hand holding a palm branch, 
all proper. 

T. FKANCI8 PALSIES, ESQ., of Nabuni, bur. at St. George, 
Fi.sliei-gate, York : inar. Katheriiie, dan. of John Dawney, 
Esq., of Escrick. They had issue — 
Thoma.s (II). 
George, named in his brother Thomas' will ; mar. 

Alice .... 
Nicholas, named in liis brother Thomas' will. 

II. THOMAS PALMES, ESQ., of Naburn. Will 11 Aug., pr. 
at York 11 Sept. 1433 (Test. Ebor., ii, 30), to be bur. at 
St. George Ch., York ; mar. Alice, dau. of John Pickering, 
Es(j., of Ellerton, executrix of her husband. They had 
issue — 

William (III). 

ITT. WILLIAM PALMES, ESQ., of Naburn. Will 3 Dec. 
U78, pr. at York 6 Mar. 1478-9 (vol. v, 136), to be bur. 
at St. George Ch., York ; mar. Ellen, dau. of Guy Rocliffe, 
Baron of the Exchequer; commission to veil 5 Jan. 1478-9. 
Will 5 ilay 1492, pr. at York 14 Nov. 1492 (vol. v, 422), 
to be bur. in church of tlie Friars Minors, York. They had 
issue — 

Brian (IV). 

Guy (a quo Palmes of Lindley). 

Elizabeth, named in her father's and mother's wills. 

Katherine, named in her father's and mother's wills. 

Anne, named in her mother's will. 

Ellen, named in her father's and mother's wills. 

IV. BRIAN PALMES, ESQ., of Naburn, Serjeant-atthe-Law, 
d. 1 Dec. 1519. Will 31 Oct. 1519, pr. at York 11 Jan. 
1519-20 (Test. Ebor., v, 103); mar. first Anastasia, dau. of 
. . . Heslerton, mentioned in her husband's will. 



288 dugdalk's visitation of Yorkshire. 

Mar. .secondly Ellen, dau. of Richard Accloin, Esq., of 
Moreby, lie. to be mar. in tlie Manor House there 15 Nov. 
1493 (Te.st. Ebor., iii, 358). Tliey had issue— 
Nicholas (V). 

George, LL.D., Archdeacon and Canon Uesidentiary 
of York, Vicar of 8utton-on-Derwent, mentioned 
in his father's and brother Nicholas' wills. Admon. 
at York 22 Jan. 1567. 
William, of Naburn, mentioned in his father's and 
brotiier Nicholas' wills. He had issue — 
Richard. 
Richard, of Naburn. Will, no date, pr. at York 

11 July 1543 (Test. Ebor., vi, 171). 
Biian, named in his father's will. 
Dorothy, named in her father's will. 
Anne, named in her father's will ; mar. . . . Roose. 
Margery, named in her father's will. 
Agnes, mar. Sir William Babthorpe, of Osgodby 
(Glover's Visitation). 
Mar. thirdly Anne, dau. of Sir Thomas Markenfield, of 
Markenfield, widow of Christopher Conyer.s, Esq., of 
Sockburn, e.\ecutrix of her husband, d. circa 1532 (Suitees' 
Durham, iii, 248). 

V. NICHOLAS PALMES, ESQ., of Naburn. Will 18, pr. at 
York 28 Dec. 1551 (Reg. Test., xiii, 81 1 ) ; mar. first Jane, 
dau. of Christopher Conyers, Esq., of Socklnirn. They had 

Brian (VI). 
Mar. secondly Susan, dau. of Sir Ro!)ert Wuterton, of 
Walton, (1) bur. at Featherstone 17 June 1576. They had 
issue — 

2. George, d. s.p. (Glover's Visitation). 

3. George, of Easington, in Holderness ; mentioned in 

his father's will ; mar. Anne, dau. of Robert 
Lacy, of Folk ton. 

4. Richard, mentioned in his father's will ; mar. Elizabeth, 

dau. of Henry Neville, Esq., of Chevet (Glover's 
Visitation). They had issue — 

Jervis, bp. at Featherstone 5 Aug. 1576. 
Edith, mentioned in her father.s will ; mar. Sir 
Thomas Methani, Knt., of iMetham, e.Necutrix of 
her husband 1573. 

VI. BRIAN PALMES, ESQ., of Naburn, admon. at York 
4 May 1582 ; mar. first Johanna, dau. of Sir John Dawnay, 
of Cowick, d. s.p. 

Mar. secondly Ann, dau. of Sir John Constable, of Burton 
Constable. Admon. at York 8 May 1583. They had 
issue — 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 289 

John (VII). 

George, d. unniai-. 

Brian, d. umnar. 

Frances, mar. Gabriel Fairfax, of Streethouse. 

11. JOHN^ PALMES, of Nabimic, in co. Eborum., E^qr. ; mar. 
Joaufi, daiu/h/cr of S'' George Daimify, of Beeforth, second 
brother to S'- 'J'hiimas Dawney, K'. They had issue — 
1. Sir Gfonje (VIII). 
..'. Joliii, had to compound for his estate, d. 10 July 

16-51. Admon. 1651 at London. 
■J. Wilfm, liad to compound for his estate 1651. 
Frances (Glover's Visitation). 

■TIT. SIR GEORGE PALMES, of Xabnrne, in co. Ebor., Knt., 
dyed in a" 1650 or thereabontg, a lloyalist, sequestered 
22 Oct. 1650, bur. at Acaster Malbis 4 Oct. 1654 (Naburn 
reg.). Admon. at London 1657 ; mar. first Katherine, 
daughter of S'' Raphe Babthorpe, of Osyodby, in com. Ebor., 
Kn'. They had issue — 
1. WiWrn (IX). 
3. George, dyed uninarried. 

1. Anne, ivife first of John Savile, of Copley, in com. 

Ebor., Esq''. ; secondlj' of Walter Bethell, of 
Ellerton, to whom mar. 10 Mar. 1650-1 at St. 
Martin's, Coney Street, York. 

2. Ellen, tvife of Alexius Vadcoe, or Vodka, B'- oj 

Phisick, York, secondly of William Constable. 

3. Ursula, a Nun in Flanders, d. 20 May 1679, ret. 

seventy-two, having been Sub-Prioress seven years 
(History of Hemingborough). 
4- Grace, a Nunne at Ganl, in Flanders. 
Mar. secondly Mary, dau. of . . . Cotton, of Crakemarsh, 
widow of Roger Constable. 

IX. WILL'M PALMES, of Kabnme, Esq--., a;t. 56 ann. 21 Mart. 

1665, bur. 18 Dec. 1674 at Naburn (reg.) ; mar. Gath., 

daugh. of William Langdale, of Lanthrope, in co. Ebor., 

Esq''. They had issue — 

William (X). 

/. Bridget, wife of Mich. Metcalfe, of OttriiK/lon, in com. 

Ebor. 
2. Mary, (') b. 11 Jan. 1653 (Naburn reg.). 
George. 
John, d. y. 
Catherine, d. y. 

X. WILL'.U PALMES, of Naburn, Esq., son and heire, cet. 25 
ann. 21 Martij a" 1665, bur. 29 Oct. 1686 at Naburn (reg.) ; 
mar. Mary, dattghter and sole heire to S'' Bryan Stapleton, of 
Templehnrst, in co. Ebor., AX, bur. 8 June 1674 at Naburn 
(reg.). They had issue — 



290 DUGDALe's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

Nicholas, cet. uuius aniii SI Martij, 1665, b. 31 Oct. 

1664, bur. U Aug. 1684 at Naburu (reg.). 
Mary, bur. 9 July 1686 at St. Giles-in-the-Fields. 
George (XI). 

Brian, b. 5 Nov. 1669, (?) bur. 14 Mar. 1672-3. 
Marmaduke, of Kilvington, b 15 Nov. 1671 ; mar. 
Jane, dau. of Roger Meynell, Esq., of Kilvington. 
Tliey bad issue — 

Marmaduke, d. unmar. 

AVitliam, d. inf. 

Roger. 

Anue, d. unmar. 

Mary. 

George, d. inf. 

Mary, mar. Thomas Smith, Esq., of Bidlesden, 
CO. Nortliumberland 
William, of Naburn, a non juror, 1715 ; d. unmar. 
Catherine, b. L'3 Dec. 1663. 
Marv, b. 2 Sept. 1665. 
Elizabeth, b. 28th Aug. 1668, (1) bur. 29 Feb. 1671-2. 



XI. GEORGE PALMES, ESQ., of Naburn, a non juror, 1715 : b. 
3 Nov. 1666. Will 3 Nov. 1729, pr. at York, 16 Oct. 1732 
(Reg Test., Ixxxii, 492), to be bur. at Naburn ; mar. Anne, 
dau. of George Witiiam, Esq., of Cliife, bur. 3 May 1704, at 
Naburn (reg.). They had issue — 

George, j 

George, | ,, , 

Wilham, • " 

Brian, j 

Brian, d. v. p., called eldest son in his father's will ; 
mar. Ann, dau. of Robert Scarisbrick, of Scaris- 
brick, sett. 13 Oct. 1729. 

George (XII). 

Stapleton, b. 8 Dec. 1699 (reg.), d. unmar. 

Grace, C?) bp. Dec. 1701 at Naburn (reg.), d. unmar. 

Mary, d. unmar. 

XII. GEORGE PALMES, ESQ., of Naburn, exor. of his father ; 
mar. Frances, dau. and cob. of Robert Plumpton, Esq., of 
Plumpton. They had issue — 

George Palmes, Esq., of Naburn, d. 7 Feb. 1774. 
Will 28 Jan., pr. at York Aug. 1774 (Reg. Test, 
cxviii, 303) ; mar. Catherine, dau. of George 
Heneage, Esq., of Hainton. They had issue — 
Anne, only dau., d. inf. 
John (XIII). 
Robert, d. inf. 
Brian, d. unmar. 2 Sept. 1767. 



UUGD ale's visitation OF YORKSHIRE. '29 i 

JOHN PALMES, ESQ., of Naburn ; succeeded his brother 
Geoi'ge, d. l6 Sept. 1784, bur. at Naburii ; mar. Susannah, 
dau. of Tliomas Wharrie, of Hull, 16 Nov. 1775, at St 
Mary's, Hull (remar. VVilliam Swiney, of Wexford). They 
liad issue — 

George (XIV'). 

Elizabeth, b. 6 Feb. 1778 ; mar. Samuel Walker, 
Esq., of Masborough, 29 Apr. 1801 at Naburn, 
d. 4 Apr. 1867. 



XIV. GEORGE PALMES, ESQ., of Naburn, J.P., D.L., b. 
18 Oct. 1776, d Mar. 1851 ; mar. Margaret Isabella, dau. 
of William Liiidsav, Esq., of Oatlauds, near Glasgow, 
15 Jan. 1810, d. 8" Apr. 1869. They had issue- 
Brian, b. 16 Dec. 1811, officer 52nd Regiment, d. 

uninar. in Barbados. 
William Lindsay (XV). 
John Philip, Capt. R.N., mar. Mary, dau. of S. Head, 

of Tipperarv. They had issue. 
Manfred, d. in Trinidad 1839. 
James, M.A., rector of Escrick ; mar. . . , and had 

i.ssue. 
Isabella, b. 1815; :aar. 1834 James Bruce Jardine. 
Georglna, b. 1823 ; mar. Jolin William Brotherton. 
Eliza, b. 1829 ; mar. Capt. Willoughby Carter. 
Frances Edith, b. 1831 ; mar. Rev. George Carpenter. 



REV. WILLIAM LINDSAY PALMES, M.A., Vicar of 
Naburn and Hornsea, b. 4 June 1813, d. 1888; mar. 1849, 
Marianne, dau. of Amaziah Empson, Esq., of Spellow Hill, 
b. 22 Oct. 1815, d. 1903. They had i.ssue— 

George (XVJ) 

Arthur Lindsay, b. 1853, mar. 

Guy St. Maur, mar. Georgiaria Rachel, dau. and coli. 
of Edward Lloyd, of Lingcroft. 

Bryan William, of Queensland. 

Joiin Edmund, d unmar. 1894. 

Ellen Isabella. 

Maria Edith. 



XVI. REV. GEORGE PALMES, M.A., Vicar of Naburn, b. 
1851 ; mar. 1882 Blanche, dau. of H. Dalbiac Harrison, of 
Holbrook Park, Horsham. They have issue- 
George Bryan. 
William Teverey. 
.Jerome, d. voung. 
Guv Nicholas. 



292 uugualk's visitation of Yorkshire. 

SECOND LINE. PALMES OF LINDLEY. 

A. GUY PALMES (second son of William Palmes and Ellen 
RoclifiFe), Serjeant at Law, d. Nov. 151(5. Will dated 
London, 13 Nov., pr. there 4 Dec. 1516 (Holder, Test. 
Ebor., V, 80), to be bur. in chuich of White Friars, London ; 
mar. Jane, dau. and coll. of John Drewe, of Bristol (widow 
of Nicholas Moore). They had issue — 

1. Brian (B). 

2. George, named in his father's will. 

3. John, named in his father's will. He had issue — 

William, named in his uncle Stephen's will. 

4. Guy, named in his father's will. 

5. Leonard. He had issue — 

Richard, named in his uncle Stephen's will. 

6. Stephen, of Cawood, gent. Will 21 July 5 Edw. VI 

(1551), pr. at York 19 Aug. 1551 (Reg. Test, xiii, 
753), to be bur. in Cawood Church ; mar. Elizabeth, 
dau. of John Acclora, of Moreby. 

7. Francis, named in his father's will. 

Jane, mar. Sir Nicholas Fairfax, Knt., of Walton. 
Elizabeth, named in her father's will. 

B. BRIAN PALMES, ESQ., of Lindlev, ju. ux., and Ashwell, 

CO. Rutl., d. 19 Oct. 1528, bur. at Otlev. M.I. Will 2 Oct. 
1528, pr. at York 14 Apr. 1529 (test. Ebor., v, 264) ; 
mar. Isabel, dau. and h. of Thomas Lindley, Esq., of 
Lindley (remar. Sir Thomas Johnson, lie. 12 Jan. 1528-9, 
Test. Ebor., iii, 375). They had issue- 
Francis (C). 

Thomas, executor of his brother Francis. 
Maude, mar. Thomas Beckwith, of Clint. 
Jane, mar. William Caterall, of Rathmell. 

C. FRANCIS PALMES, ESQ., of Lindley and Ashwell. Will 

12 Aug. 1567, pr. at York 23 Jan. 1567-8 (Reg. Test., xvii, 
752) ; mar. Margaret, dau. of Roger Corbett, of Moreton, co. 
Salop. They had issue — 

Francis (D). 

Isabel, named in her father's will. 

D. FRANCIS PALMES, of Lindley, mar. Mary, dau. and coh. 
M»f} • C'*^- ^*^ of Stephen Hadnall, of . . . Thev had issue — 

/^7/. Sir Guy (E). 

Thomas. 
William. 

Andi-ew, mar. and had issue. 
Margaret, mar. Edward Neville, Esq. 
Ellen, mar. Sir Edward Griffin, of Wakerlev. 
Mary. 



DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 293 

E. SIR GUY PALMES, of Lindlev and Ashwell, J.P., High 

Shei-iff 1622, admon. at Yoi-k 12"' Oct. 1627; mar. Ann, dau. 
of Sir Edward Stafford, Knt. They had issue — 
Brian (F). 
Stafford, d. unmar. 
William, d. unmar. 
Francis, d. unmar. 
Douglas, mar. John Vaughan, Esq. 

Mary, mar. William Mallory, Esq., of Studley, bur. 
10 Mar. 1661-2 at Ripon Minster. Will 3 Mar. 
1661-2, pr. at York. 
Anne, mar. first Sir Thomas Browne, Bart., secondly 

Robert Sutton, Lord Lexington. 
Elizabeth, mar. William Leake, Esq. 

F. SIR BRIAN PALMES, Knt.f'of^nd'ley, M.P. for Stam- i^- ■T,^.C^.e^ 

ford 1625-6 and Aldborough 16-10, raised a regiment for ty^. bcc ^r^/i«^. 

Charles I, compounded for his estate, d. at Lindley circ. 

Aug. 1654, admon. 1654 at .London (see Diet. Nat. Biog.); 

mar. Mary, dau. and coh. of Gervase Tevery, of Stapleford, .*--^=^7 

CO. Nott. They had issue — 

1. Tevery, d. unmar. 

2. Francis, d. s.p. ; mar. Lady Mar\', dau. of Mildmay 

Fane, second Earl of Westmorland (remar. John 
Cecil, fourth Earl of Exeter). 

3. William (G). 
.\nne, d. unmar. 

Catherine, of Y^ork. Will 2 Feb. 1704-5, pr. at York 

(Reg. Test., Ixx). 
Elizabeth, mar. Joseph Webster, Esq. 
Mary. 

G. WILLIAM PALMES, of Lindley and Malton, ju. ux. ; mar. u^-- i^-^k.Cr^.a-^ 

Mary, dau. and coh. of Sir Wifliam Eure, lie. 8 July 1663 ; /.^/Ma^^^ a 

she had a share of Malton; in the division, through the ^' '^ 
quarrels of the coiieiresses, the house was pulled down. 
They had issue — 
Guv. 

Francis, bur. 10 Apr. 1698, at Old Malton. 
j,i-Sc^. William, d. s.p., bur.;^1732 at Old Malton; mar. T.U'^i^.C^. Ox^. 
Elizabeth Watson. a<:(-^ ■ AU'ei . /u. 

Guy, bp. 24 Apr., bur. 5 Sept. 1669 at Old Malton. 
Maria, bur. 5 Oct. 1666 at Old Malton. 
Katherine, bp. 10 Nov. 1670 at Old :Malton. 
Margaret, of Malton, bur. there. Will 9 Aug. 1734, 

pr. at Y''ork. 
Elizabeth, mar. Sir William Strickland, Bart. 



294 dugdale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

BiRDFORTH Wapkntakk. Tlireske, 23° Aug. 1665. 

lorkluaoD of .^oiunbn. 



CHRISTOPHER LOCKWOOD, of Soweihv, bur. there 
1 May 1.587. Will 27 Apr., pr. 29 July 15^7 (vol. xxiii, 
501) ; mar. Clare, dau. to Christopliei- Lassell.s, of Braken- 
burgh. Will 7 Apr. 1617, pr. at York 13 Julv 1619 (vol. 
XXXV, 394). They had issue— 

1. John, named in his fathers will "| ^,, , 
n 17 • Ulover s 

2. I'lancis, - y^f f- 

3. Nicholas, named in his mother's will, J 

4. Richard (II). 

Elizabeth, mar. Christopher Wright, of Sowerby, 

14 May 1594 at Sowerby. 
Maiy, mar. James Smith, of Sowerby (Glover). 

RICHARD LOCKWOOD, of Sowerby, in com. Ebor., died 
a" 164'J or thereabouts, executor of liis mother, admon. 
at London 1655, Dorothy his wife renouncing; 7nar. Clare, 
dauyhier to Anthony Byerley, of Pickhill, in com. Ebor., 
first tvife, 18 May 1602, bp. there 29 Sept. 1581. They 
had issue — 

1. Clare, wife of . . . Best, of . . . in com. Ebor. 

2. Elizabeth, wife of Raphe Atkinson, of Wensley, in 

com. Ebor., she was bp. at Sowerby 8 Feb. 1606-7. 
inar. Dorothy, daughter of Anthony Atkinson, of Wensley, 
in com. Ebor., second ^vife, (1) bur. at Sowerbj' 17 Mar. 
1667-8. They had issue — 

1. Matthew (III). 

2. John Lockwood, bp. at Sowerby 17 Sept. 1635. 
Dorothy, wife of John llamerton, of Fnrston, in co. 

Ebor., she was bp. at Sowerby 8 July 1627, and 
bur. at Featherstone 20 Aug. (X) 1666. 

Jane, bp. at Sowerby 14 June 1629. 

Johan, bp. at Sowerby 27 June 1632. 

MATUEW LOCKWOOD, of Sowerby, cBt. So ann. 23" Aug. 
1665, bp. at Sowerby 29 Sept. 1631 ; mar. Barbara, daugh. 
and coheire of Thomas Beckwith, of Aketon, in com. Ebor., 
Esq''., bur. at Sowerby 7 Sept. 1656. Thev had issue — 

1. Richard (IV). 

2. Thomas, lel. 11 an. 1665. 

Barbara, (tt. 9 an. 1005; (!) mar. John Grimston, 
gent., at Thornton Bridge, lie. at Sowerby or 
Thirsk. 



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295 



IV. RICHARD LOCKWOOD, of Sowei-by, ,Kt. 12 an. S3' Aug. 

1665, bur. at Sowerbv 29 Nov. 1687 ; mar. Jane . . . 

They had issue- 
Matthew, bp. 8 Feb. 1677-8. 
Elizabeth, bp. 27 Apr. 1680. 

Authorities — Sowerby and Pickhill Registers — Wills. 



Pickering Lythe Wapentake 




Malton, 29 Aug. 1665. 



of 
^Srumptou. 



Arms: — Quarterly Argent and Sable, on a bend Gules three mullets of the tirst. 
Crest : — A derai-lion Or, charged with a b-ind Gules, thereon three mullets 

Argent, in the paws a battle-axe. head of the last, handle of the 

second, charged with a quatrefoil of the first. 

I. HUGH DE CAY LEY, of Owhy in com. Norff., died 
a" IJ^o Edw. I, A" Domini 1SS7. He had issue— 

II. S- WILLIAM CAY LEY, of Oa-bij, Kn'. He had issue- 
Ill. JOHN CAYLEY, of Oichy, Esq. He had issue— 

1. S'' William Caley, of Owhy, Kn', eldest son ; mar. 
Alice, dauyhlev of S'' John Bruse, Knight. They 
had issue — 

1. Agnes, eldest da. and coheire, wife of John 

Harsleke, of ... , in com. Norff. 

2. Eva, second daughter and coheire, tuife oj 

Edmund Clipsby, of Clij^shy, in com. 
Norff. 
John (IV). 

IV. JOHN CALEY, of Normanton, in com. Ebor. He had 
issue — 

1. Hugh Caley, eldest son, ob. sine prole. 

2. William Cayley, of Normanton, in com. Ebor. He 

had issue — 



296 I)U(;i)ale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

Jennet, daiighter and sole heire ; mar. John 
Lake, of Kormanton (in right of his tvi/e 
Jennet), ivhich conlineived with the name 
for 6 generations, till the raigne of Qu. 
Eliz., when Anne, daughter and heire of 
John Lake, the last of that name, married 
to Oliver Beale, of Woodhouse, in the 
parish of Drax, in com. Ebor., in ivhose 
right a parte of Normanton passed to that 
family. 
S. John (V). 

V. JOHN CALEY. He had issue— 

VI. WILLIAM CALEY. He had issue— 

1. Jiih'i t'aley, eldest son, oh. s. prole. 

2. Edward (VII). 

VII. EDWARD CALEY, of the citly of Yurke, 2 Son. He had 
issue — 

1. William Caley, eldest son (VIII). 

2. John Caley, Parson of Thormondby, in com. Ebor. 

VIII. WILLIAM CALEY, eldest son. He had issue— 

IX. JOHN CA YLEY, of Mallon. He had issue— 

1. Edward (X). 

2. William Cayley, Parson of Thormonby, in com. Ebor. 

3. Lawrence Cayley, third son. 

X. EDWARD CALEY, of Malton. He had issue— 
1. William (XI). 
,?. Richard Cayley, second son. 

XI. WILLIAM CAYLEY, of Thormonby, elde.^t son, died 
at Thormonby a' 15S6 ; mar. Joane, Daughter of 
J., (l-j Richard Gouldthorpe, Alderman and Mayor of the citty of 
Yorke a" 1688. She died at Bromptoti in Pickering Lithe 
in com. Ebor., bur. there 26 Nov. 1618 (reg.). They had 
issue — 

1. Edward (XII). 

2. James Cayley, of Thormonby. in com. Ebor. ; mar. 

Mary, daughter of Ralph' 11,11, of Sommerby, in 
com. Eboriim. They had i.ssue — 
Edu^ard, 



Edn^ard, "j 

Richard, • , , ^ rn 

D.,,.. M" tlie service of Ciia 



Peter, 
Mathew, 



DUGD ale's visitation OF YORKSHIRE. 297 

XII. EDWARD CALEY, of Brompton in Pickering Lyth, eldest 
son, died about the yeare 1633, bur. 12 Dec. 1642 at Brompton 
(reg.) ; mar. Anne, dauyhter of William Walters, of Cundall, 
in CO. Ebor., Esq'; married a" 1604, bur. 22 Oct. 16-10 at 
Brompton (reg.). They had issue — 

1. S'- William (XIII). 

2. S'' Arthur Cayley, of Neivland, in com. Warr., Kn*, 

bp. 9 Feb. 1614-5, at Brompton; marr. Mary, 

daughter of ... . Oldfeild, of Spalding, in com. 

Line, relict of Barnabas Holbech, of Birchley Hall, 

in y' parish of Filloughley, in com. Warr., first 

wife, died ivithont issue. 

Mar. Ilesther, daughter of . ... Simonds, of 

London, relict of Charles Haylns, of Newland, in 

com. Warr., 3'' wife. They had issue — 

Mary, mar. Sir Samuel Marrow, of Barkes- 
well, CO. Warw., lie. 13 October 1669. 
Thomas Cayley, bp. 4 Feb. 1622-3, ? bur. 6 July 

1643 at Brompton. 
Thomas, bp. 24 Mar. 1616-7, bur. 10 Sept. 1622 at 

Brompton. 
Mary, died unmarried, ? bur. 4 July 1624 at Brompton. 
Elizabeth, wife of Robert Colthurst, of Upleatham in 

Cleveland, gent. 
Catherine, wife of Arthur Ingram, of Knottingley, 

Esq'-. ; mar. 26 Nov. 1629 at Brompton (reg.). 
Anne, bp. 6 Sept. 1618 at Brompton [reg.), wife of 

Tho. Davile, of Kirby-Fleelham, neer Richmond, 

in com. Ebor., Esq''. 

XIII. 5'- WILLIAM CAYLEY, of Brompton, Kn', eldest son, 
knighted by King Charles y' ]^' at Theobalds 2 Mar. 1641, 
created Bar' 20 'April 1661, ait. 56 an. 29 Aug. 1665, bp. 
6 Dec. 1610 at Brompton, d. 2 bur. 5 May 1681 at 
Brompton. M.I. Will 22 Jan. 1677-8, pr. at York 21 July 
1681 (Reg. Test., lix, 116); mar. Dorothy, eldest daughter 
of S'' William S' Quiniin, of Harpham, in the cotinty of 
Yorke, Bart; married a" 1633, lie. at Folkton. They had 
issue — 

1. Edward Galey, eldest son, died ivithout issue, set. 9. 
bur. at St. Mary, Hull, 29 Dec. 1642. 

S. William (XIV). 

3. Arthur, of Gray's Inn, Barrister-at-Law ; mar. Eliz., 

daughter of Thomas Shiptou, of Lyth, 14 Apr. 1662 
at Brompton. They had issue (a quo Cayley of 
Wydale). 

4. Cornelius Cayley, bp. 14 Aug. 1644 at Brompton 

(reg.); mar. Anne, dau. of Cecil Tyrwhytt. They 
had issue (see " Baronetages "). 

5. Hugh Cayley, bp. 20 Oct. 1648 at Brompton (reg.). 



298 dugijale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

Mary, bp. 5 Juh' 1636 at Brompton ; mar. Thomas 
Simpson, of Hj'ton, in com. Kbor. 

Anne, bp. 4' Mar. 1646-7 at Brompton (reg.) ; mar. 
Francis Wyvill. 

XIV. (SIR) WILLIAM GAYLEY, of Brompton, Esq-, second son, 
cet. SO an. 29 Aug. 1665, 2d Bart., bp. 23 June 163.5 (reg.), 
bur. 7 July 1708. Will 30 Sept. 1706, pr. at York 16 Mar. 
1708-9 (Reg. Test., Ixv, 177); mar. Mary, onely daughter 
and sole heire of Barnabas Ilolbech, of Birchley Hall, in 
CO. Warr., by Mary, daughter of ... . Oldfeild, of Spalding, 
in the county of Line, after married to Arthur Caley, now 
S- Artliur Caley, of Newland, ut supra, bur. 15 Sep. 1709 
at Brompton. Tliej' liad issue — 

1. William Caley, eldest son, cet. 12 an. S9 Aug. 1665, 

d. unm. 

2. Sir Arthur (XV). 

3. Edward cet. 9 aim., d. s.p. 

4. Barnabas, cet. 7 an., d. s.p. 

5. Thomas, cet. 6 an., d. s.p. 

6. Charles, cet. 5 ann., d. s.p. 

7. Symon, cet. 4 f"«- / '"a^r They had issue. 

8. Henry, cet. 2 an., bp. 27 Apr. 1663 at Brompton, d. s.p. 
John, bp. 24 May 1666 at Brompton. 

Dorothy, bp. 15 Dec. 1664 at Brompton; mar. Sir 
Jolm Legard, 2d Bart., of Ganton, as second wife. 

Mary, bp. 28 Oct. 1668, ? bur. 11 Dec. following. 

Hester, bp. 22 Dec. 1673; mar. in 1696 Reginald 
Heber, Esq., of Marten. 

XV. SIR ARTHUR CA YLEY, third Bart., of Brompton, a^ 10 
ann., d. 19 May 1727 ; mar. Everilda, dau. of George 
^. ri.7 Thornhill, Esq., of Fixby at Overton, 28 May 1699, bp. 

at Elland 23 June 1680. They had issue- 
William, d. 1719 c-vt. 19 at Saffron Walden. 
Sir George (XVI). 
Arthur, d. young. 
Mary, mar. 19 Jan. 1726-7 Henry Maister, Esq. 

XVI. SIR GEORGE CAYLEY, fourth Bart., of Brompton, d. 
Sept. 1791, ivt. 84. Will 22 Jan. 1782, pr. at York 
15 Sept. 1791 (Reg. Test., cxxxv, 420); mar. 31 May 1730 
Philadelphia, dau. and coh. of John Digb}', Esq., of Mans- 
field Woodhouse, d. 14 Jan. 1795. Thev liad issue — 

1. Sir Thomas (XVII). 

2. George, bp. 11 Jan. 1735-6 at Belfreys, York. 

3. Ai-thur, bp. 3 July 1739 at Belfreys; mar. Anne 
Eleanor Shulz. They had issue — 

Arthur, Rector of Normanby ; mar. his cousin 
Lucy Cay ley, 30 May 1803, at St. Geo., 
Han. Sq. 

4. William, bp. 5 May 1742 at Belfreys, d. unm. 



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DU(; dale's visitation of Yorkshire. 299 

5. Digby, Rector of Thormanby; mar. Elizabeth, dau. 

and h. of Thomas Robin.soii, Esq., of Welburn. 
They had issue — 

Lucy, mar. Rev. Arthur Cayley. 

Dorothy, mar. Ven. Archdeacon Wrangham. 

Frances Elizabeth, mar. Thomas Smith, M.D. 

6. John, of Sharow Lodge, d. 14 Nov. 1818, set. 77, 

bur. at Ripon Minster, M.I. ; mar. Catherine, dau. 
of Richard Lanr;lev, Esq., of Wvkeham, d. 21 Mar. 
1823, bur. at ''Ripon Minster," ISI.I. They had 
issue — 

George St. Luke. 
Catherine. 
Harriet. 
Dorothy, bp. 1 June 1737 at St. Olaves, York. 
Everilda, d. young. 
Philadelphia, d. young. 
Mary. 
Frances, bp. 12 May 1738 at Belfreys, York; mar. 

Rev. John Cayley, Rector of Terrington. 
Rebecca, bp. 6 July 1743 at Belfreys. 

XVIL SIR THOMAS CAYLEY, fifth Bart., of Brompton, d. 
15 Mar. 1792; mar. Isabella, dau. of John Seton, of 
Arbroath, d. 30 Julv 1828. They had issue- 
Sir George (XVIII). 
Elizabeth, mar. Benjamin Blackden. 
Philadelphia Sarah, mar. Barry Slater, M.D. 
Isabella, mar. Launcelot Shadvvell, Esq. 
Anne, mar. Rev. George Worsley, Rector of Stone- 
grave. 

XVIII. SIR GEORGE CAYLEY, sixth Bart., of Brompton, F.R.S., 

d. 15 Dec. 1857; mai-. 9 July 1795 Sarah, dau. of Rev. 
George Walker', d. 8 Dec. 1824. They had issue — 
Sir Digby (XIX). 

1. Anne, d. s.p. 1872. 

2. Isabella, mar. Sir Thomas Charles Style, Bart. 

3. Emma, mar. Edward Stillingfleet Cayle}'. 

4. Sarah Philadelphia, mar. Sir William Worsley, Bart. 

5. Catherine, mar. first R. H. Beaumont, Esq, ; secondly 

James Aidaliy Legard. 

6. Mary Agnes, mar. James Alexander, M.D. 

XIX. SIR DIGBY CAYLEY, seventh Bart., of Brompton, b. 

13 Mar, 1807, d. 21 Dec. 1883; mar. 8 July 1830 Dorothy, 
dau. and h. of Rev. George AUanson, d. 4 Apr. 1881. 
They had issue — 

Sir George Allanson (XX). 

Digby, of Malton, mar. Charlotte Philadelphia, dau. 
of'llob. Bower, Esq., of Welham. They had issue. 



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DUGDALKS VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



Reginald Arthur, Rector of Stowell, co. Soni. ; mar. 

Mary Louisa, dau. of Rev. Edmund Estcourt, 

and has issue. 
Sara, d. j-oung. 
Dora, mar. George Arthur Thompson, Esq., of Kirk 

Hammerton. 

XX. SIR GEORGE ALLANSON CAYLEY, eighth Bart, of 
Brompton, b. 31 Dec. 1831, d. 10 Oct. 1895 ; mar his cousin, 
Catherine Louisa, dau. of Sir William Worsley, Bart., 5 July 
1859. They had issue — 

George Everard Arthur (XXI). 

Digby William. 

Ethef Barbara. 

XXI. SIR GEORGE EVERARD CAYLEY, ninth Bart., of 
Brompton, b. 8 July 1861 ; mar. Lady Mary Susan, dau. of 
Hon. Francis Dudley Stuart Wortley, 17 Sept. 1884. They 
have issue. 



AgERIGG .4ND MoRLK.Y W.APRiNTAKE 



Leedes, 11" Aug. 1665. 




KicljaitiSDn 



of 



Jiortlj IBin'ky* 



chief .\rgent three lions' heads erased Ermines. 



I. NICHOLAS RICHARDSON, borne in the county jjalatine 
of Durham, came into Yorkesh, and settled at Tonqe, a" 1551, 
S" Eliz., bur. 10 Mar. 1616 at Tong. Admon. 2 May 1617 ; 
mar. Margaret dau. of John Midyley, of Clayton, in Brad- 
fordale, in com. Ebor., 1 wile. They had issue — 
Richard (II). 

1. Margaret, bp. 12 Feb. 1574 at Tong; wife tmto 

Michaell Jenkinson, of Pndsey, in com. Ebor. 

2. Ellen, bp. 5 Sept. 1 573 ; wife of Richard Cordingley, 

of Holme, in Tonge, in co. Ebor. 
mar. Anne, y' daughter if Lionell Goodall, 2 ivif'e. They 
had issue — 



DUGDALe's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 301 

Henry, died unmarried, of Tong, bur. there 27 Nov. 
1621. 

Anne, wife of Christopher Cave, of Otley, she was bp. 
11 Feb. 1582 at Tong; mar. there 4 Feb. 1605. 
RICHARD RICHARDSON, of North Bierley,neer Bradford, 
in CO. Ebor. ; paid fine of £40 for not receiving Knighthood at 
Coronation of Charles I., bp. 27 Oct. 1576 at Tong, bur. at 
Bradford 31 Ma}' 1634 ; mar. first Anne, daughter and heire 
of William Pollard, of North Bierley, 2 June 1599 at 
Bradford, bur. there 14 Aug. 1624 (reg ). They had issue — 

1. William Richardson, died tvithout issue in his father^ s 

lifetime, bp. 22 Aug.1602, bur. 17 Jan. 1625-6 (reg.); 
mar. Elizabeth, eldest daughter of George Hopkinson, 
of Lofthouse, sister of John Hopkinson " the 
Antiquary," bp. 27 Dec. 1603 at Rothwell, bur. 

6 Nov. 1626, at Bradford. 

2. Richard {UI). 

3. Thomas, of Bradford, merchant, bp. 24 Dec. 1609 at 

Bradford. 

1. Anne, bp. 15 Mar. 1612 at Bradford; wife of Thomas 

Langley, of Horbury. 

2. Alice, 'bp. 10 July 1614 at Bradford; zvife unto 

Thomas Senior. 

3. Sar.ih, bp. 16 Jan. 1616 at Bradford; wife of Rich. 

Jenkinson, mar. secondly Robert Milner, Esq., of 
Pudsey. 

4. Beatrice, wife of James Say\e, of Pudsey ; she was bp. 

7 Apr. 1622 at Bradford, bur. 6 Jan. 1700-1 at 
Calverley. 

Mar. secondly 3 Feb. 1626, at Bradford, Susanna Swains, 
widow. 

RICHARD RICHARDSON, Esq., of North Bierley, died 
a" 1654, resided some years at Bradford and then removed 
to North Bierley, bp. at Bradford 22 July 1604, bur there 
25 Apr. 1656. Will 14 Feb. 1655-6, pr. at London 
(Berkeley, 304) ; mar. Jane, ?<' daughter of George Hop- 
kinson, of Loithouse, 26 May 1629 at Bradford, bur. there 
22 Oct. "1662. They had issue— 
i. William (IV). 

2. Richard, of Newall, in Bowling, bp. at Bradford 
7 Feb. 1635, bur. there 21 June 1699; mar. first 
5 July 1656 at Bradford, Mary, dau. of Joseph 
Robertshaw, bur. there 19 Jan. 1657. 
Mar. secondly Susanna, dau. of . . . Field, of 
Bradford, 8 Aug. 1659, bur. there 16 Jan. 1663. 
Mar. thirdly Elizabeth, dau. of Robert Pawling. 
They had issue — 

William, d. unm. at Tong 31 Mar. 1711. 

John, of Birks par. Bradford, one of the lords of the 

manor, bp. there 6 Jan. 1639, bur. there 26 Feb 



302 DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

1697-8; raar. fiist Ann, dau. of Rubt. Kent, of 
Cold Heindley. 'J'liev liad i^ssue — 

Richard, of BiVks Hall, gent., bp. at Brad- 
ford 26 Apr. 1665, d. uiiiii., bur. there 
20 Aug. 1729. 

Ann, bp. at Bradford 2 June 1066 ; mar. 
Wm.' Naylor, of Wakefield. 
Mar. secondly, 25 May 1672, Hannah, dau. of 
Thomas Sharp, of Bradford. They had issue — 

John, M.A. Canon Res. of York, Archdeacon 
of Cleveland, Rector of Beeford, bp. at 
Bradford 20 Oct. 1675, bur. in York 
Minster 31 Oct. 1735. Will 21 June 
1733, pr. at York Apr. 1736; mar. 
Alathea, dau. and h. of Mr. Wardman, of 
Catfoss, bur. in York Minster 20 May 
1733. They had issue- 
John, only son, bur. in York 
Minster 12 Sept. 1723. 

Joshua, bp. 20 Oct., bur. at Bradford 
19 Dec. 1685. 

Nicholas, bp. at Bradford 11 Sept. 1689, 
d. unmar. 

Dorothy, mar. Rev. Edmund A\'ickins, of 
Bishop thorpe, 5 Feb. 1698. 

Jane, bp. at Bradford 2 Nov. 1677 ; mar. 
Rev. Nathaniel Wainhouse, Vicar of 
Silkstone, 28 Aug. 1697. 

Sarah, bp. at Bradford 15 June 1683 ; 
mar. Rev. Joseph ("!larkson. 

4. George, of Woodhall, par. of Calverley, b. 3 July 1644, 

d. 1, bur. 5 Oct. 1696 at Bradford; mar. Sarah, 
dau. of Richard Langley, of Priestley Green, bur. 
at Bradford 7 Sept. 1709. They had issue — 

John, of Woodhall, bur. 8 Apr. 1719; mar. 
Frances, dau. of John Milner, of Pudsey, 
1 Jan. 1711-2, at Calverley. They had 
issue — 

John, bp. 28 Mar., bur. 8 Apr. 

1716 at Calverley. 
George, bp. 27 Oct. 1717 at Cal- 
verley. 
Frances, bp. 3 May 1714 at Cal- 
verley, bur. there 8 Mar. 1714-5. 

5. Samuell, Clerk, Rector of Burnham Sutton, co. Norf. ; 

mar. Frances, dau. of Philip Cornwallis, Rector of 
Burnham-Thorpe. They had issue. 

6. Joseph, Clerk, Rector of Dunsfold, Lord of the Manor 

of Dewsbury ; mar. Elizabeth, dau. of John Peebles, 
Esq., of Dewsbury, 7 Aug. 1683 at Dewsbury 
(reg.). They had issue. 



UUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 303 

1. Elizabeth, bp. at Bradford 26 Nov. ]630; wife 

unto William Pollard, gent., of Bierley. 

2. Anne, bp. at Bradford 13 Feb. 1631 ; xvife of William 

Brooke, of Lunn, Birstal. 
S. Judith, ivife of John Thornton, of Tyersal, gent. 
4. Sarah, wife of WilVm Denison, of Wakefield, gent. 

Judith, died yonny. 

Jane, died yoiiny. 

WILLIAM RICHARDSON, E.sq., of Bierley, ait. 28 ann. 
11" Auy. 1665, bp. at Bradford 15 Oct. 1629, bur. there 
8 June 1667 ; mar. Susan, dauyhter of Gilbert Savile, of 
Greethand, near Halifax, co. Ebor., at Elland 2 Aug. 1659, 
bur. at Bradford 11 Oct. 1708. They had issue— 
Richard (V). 

William, of High Fearnley, Birsta], mar. first Mary, 
dau. and h. of John Kirkshaw, of Hoyle House, 
They had issue — 

John, of High Fearnley, bp. at Birstal 
16 Mar. 1693, d. unmar. 3 JMay 1721, 
bur. at Cleckheaton. 
Richard, bp. at Birstal 24 May 1697, d. 

unmar., bur. 7 June 1720 at Bradford. 
Martha, mar. Edward Iveson, Esq., of Black 

Bank, Leeds. 
Susanna, d. unra. 
JMar. secondly Rachel Kirk, widow, of Wakefield, 
there 11 Aug. 1713. 
Jane, mar. Edward Ferrand, Esq., of Harden ; she 
was bp. at Bradford 26 Aug. 1690, and bur. at 
Bingley 3 Apr. 1716. 

RICHARD RICHARDSON, Esq., of P.ierley, tetatis 18 
mensium 11 Auy. a" 1665, M.A., J. P. for West Riding, bp. 
at Bradford 24 Sept. 1663, d. 21 bur. 24 Apr. 1741 at 
Cleckheaton, M.I. ; mar. first Sarah, dau. and h. of John 
Crossley, of Kirshaw House, par. of Halifax, at Lud- 
denden 9 Feb. 1699, bur. 25 Oct. 1702 at Bradford, M.I. 
They had issue — 

Richard, bp. at Wibsey 25 Oct., bur. 18 Nov. 1702 
at Bradford. 
Mar. secondly Dorothy, dau. of Henry Currer, Esq., of 
Kildwick, there 27 Dec. 1705, coh. of her niece Sarah 
Currer, bp. at Kildwick 25 May 1687, d. 5, bur. 10 Jan. 
1763 at Cleckheaton. They had issue— 

1. William, bp. 12 Dec. 1706, bur. 19 Jan. 1707 

2. Richard, of Bieiley, Esq., J.P., D.L,, b. 26 Sept., 

bp. 11 Oct. 1708 at Bierley, bur. 5 Feb. 1781 at 
Cleckheaton, M.I. ; mar. Dorothy, dau. of William 
Smallshaw, of Bolton, there 13 Feb. 1750, bur. at 
Cleckheaton 27 Nov. 1798. M.I. 



304 DUCi DA Lie's VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 

3. William, of Ripon, M.D., b. 22 Feb., bp. 13 Mar. 

1709-10, d. 23 July 1783, bur. at Cleckheaton. 
M.I. 

4. Henry (VI). 

5. John, d. young. 

6. John, of Kildwick, assumed name and arms of Currer 

by the will of his niece Sarah Currer, and 
succeeded after his mother to the Kildwick estates, 
b. 12 Nov., bp. 13 Dec. 1721 at Bradford, bur. 
11 Julv 1783 at Kildwick. M.I. 

7. Thomas, bp. 6 May 1724, d. unmar. 18 Jan. 1763, 

bur. at Hackney. 
Dorothy, mar. at VVibsey, 29 July 1730, Sir John 

Lister Kaye, Bart., of Denby Grange. 
Susan, d. young. 
Margaret, b. 22 Sept., bp. 7 Oct. 1714 at Bierley, 

d. unmar. at Kildwick, bur. there 15 Oct. 1764. 
Susannah, d. young. 
Jane, bp. 24 Oct. 1718, d. young. 

VJ. HENRY RICHARDSON, M.A., Rector of Thornton in 
Craven, b. 24 Mar. 1710-1, bp. 4 May 1711 at Bradford, 
bur. at Thornton 29 Mar. 1778, M.I. ; mar. Mary, dau. of 
Benjamin Dawson, of Oldham, there 2 Dec. 1747, b. 8 Oct. 
1717, d. at Gargrave, bur. at Thornton 6 Apr. 1800. M.I. 
They had issue — 

Richard Richardson, Esq., of University Coll., Oxford, 
Capt. of Sir Thomas Egerton's volunteers, b. 
19 Jan., bp. at Thornton 9 Feb. 175.5, d. unmar. 
at Lisbon where he had gone for his health 20 May 
1787, bur. in the Protestant burial ground there. 
Henry (VII). 

Dorothy, b. 3, bp. 30 Oct. 1748 at Thornton, d. 

unmar. at Gargrave 30 June 1819, bur. at Thornton. 

Mary, bp. at Thornton 11 Mar. 1753-4; mar. Rev. 

William Roundel!, of Gledstone. She d. 30 Dec. 

1818, bur. at Knaresborough. 

VII. HENRY RICHARDSON, Rector of Thornton, in Craven, 
assumed the name of Currer upon succeeding to the estates 
of his uncle John 10 Nov. 1781, b. 9 Dec. 1758, bp. at 
Thornton 24 Feb. 1759, bur. there 13 Nov. 1784; mar. 
Margaret Clive, only dau. of Matthew Wilson, of Eshton 
Hall, at Gargrave 3 Feb. 1783 (remar. her cousin Mathew 
Wilson at Gargrave 24 Nov. 1800), b. 23 Apr. 1764, d. 
29 May 1848. They had issue- 
Frances Mary Richardson Currer, of Bierley, only 
dau. and heiress, b. 3 Mar., bp. 16 May 1785 at 
Gargrave, d. unmar. at Eshton Hall 28 Apr. 1861. 

Authorities — Whitaker's Craven — James' Bradford. 



DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 305 

C'LARo Wapkntakk. KiKiresliorc.ugh, 15 Ausf. 1665. 




JFrrraiiD 

of 
MfStljalL 



fleur 



the 



com. 
-r of 
had 



OSS 1)C 

vested vair. the liaiid .Arpent grasping a batti 
proper. 

I. WILLIAM FEERAND, of Skij^ton, in Craven, in 
£bor., mar. 5 Nov 1570 at Burnsall Elizabeth, daughti 
Tho. Blenkensop, of Holbench, in com. Westmorl. They 
issue — 

1. Thomas Ferrand, of Carleton, in Craven, in com. 

Ebor. (See Dugdale'.s Visitation, iii, 9.5). 
S. William (II). 

II. WILLIAM FERRAND, of Westhall, in co. Ebor., died in 
a" J 650 or /hereabou/s ; mar. Anne, da. of Anth. Tom- 
linson, of Garyrane, in co. Ebor., bur. 20 Aug. 1621 at 
Uklev. They had issue — 
' Thomas (III). 
Henry, bp. 15 Dec. 1607 at llldev. 
William, bp. 24 Dec. 1611, bur. 13 June 1612 at 

Ilkley. 
Margaret, mar. 26 Nov. 1G22 at Ilkley Anthony 

Waide. 
Jane, bur. 21 Nov. 1597 at Ilkley. 
Frances, bur. 7 Mar. 1598-9 at Ilkley. 
Grace, bp. 12 Feb. 1608-9 at Ilkley. 
Ann, bp. 9 Apr., bur. 10 July 1614 at Ilkley. 
Mar. secondly Bridget . . . . , bur. 24 July 1624 at Ilkley. 

III. THOMAS FERRAND, of Westhall, gent., at. fid ann. 
15 Any. 1665, bp. 24 July 1603 at Ilkley, bur. there 
10 Aug. 1676 ; mar. Aynes,^ daughter of Martin Flathers, 
of Leathley, in com. Ebor., lie. 1627 at Ilkley or Leathley. 
They had issue— 



' There is an er 
Westhall, bur in Jai 



! Ilkley register, 
qneryii it refers 



Doniina Anna Ferrand de 
o the above Agnes Ferrand. 



306 



UUGOALKS VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



1. WiUiam (IV). 

2. Thomas, of We.slliall, (fl. 27 anii. a" 1665, 1 bp. 

28 Mar. 1637, and bur. 6 Jan. 1688-9 at Ilkley, 
admon. 12 Mar. 1690 at York ; \ mar. Sara .... 

.1 John, (ft. 31 ann. 1665, I bur. 7 Apr. 1673 at Ilkley. 

/. Anne, irife of Fraiicis Swayiie, a barrister at-latv, now 
rt'sidini/ at Yorke, who was bur. 10 Aug. 1677 at 
St. Olave's, York (Calverley Diary, Surtee.s Soc, 
109), she bp. 29 July 1630 at Ilklev. 

2. Frances, ] bp. 10 Nov. "l647 at Ilkley." 

S. Eleanor, 1 bp. 24 July 1651 at Ilkley. 

'IV. WILLIAM FERRAND, of Westhall, gent., ct. SO ann. 
15 Aug. 1665, bp. 29 Sept. 1634 at Ilkley, bur. there 
21 June 1676, admon. 7 July 1676 at York to his widow ; 
mar. Eleanor, dauijh. of Joscelin Percy, of Beverley, in com. 
Ebor., lie. 1662 at St. Olave's, York, or Ilkley, living 
1686, wlien by liis will, proved 1692, her brother Alan 
Percy, of Beverley, bequeatlied his estate to lier. 



Dickering Wapentake. 




Kilham, 31 Aug. 1665. 

OLarldl 

of 

^rtnarbn. 

between three Cornish choughs Sable as many 



I. JOHN CARLEIL, of Sen-arby, in com. Ebor., bur. 20 Jan. 
1578-9 at Bridlington ; mar. Mary . . . ., bur. 6 Feb. 1578-9 
at Bridlington. Thev had issue — 
Tristram (II). " 
Anne, mar. 28 Aug. 1576 at Bridlington, Robert 

Hunter, of Thornton. 
iSIargaret, mar. 6 Oct. 1582 at Bridlington, Matthew- 
Martin. 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 307 

Grace, mar. 20 Nov. 1583 at Biidlington, Thomas 

Peacock. 
Catherine, mar. 3 Feb. 1584-5 William Strickland, of 

Easton. 

TRISTRAM CaRLEIL, of Sewarhy, bur. 13 Sept. II! IS at 
Bridlinyton. Will 5 Sept., pr. at York, 18 Nov. 1618 
(vol. XXXV, 239) ; mar. first Mary Read.shaw (Hunter), 
secondly 28 Jan. 1577-8 at Bridlington, Catheriiie, daughter 
of John Rode, of Rode, in com. Cestr, bur. 23 Apr. 1635 at 
Bridlington. Thev liad issue — 

1. Randle (III). 

2. Robert Carleil, a merchant in Hull, lel. 7i ann. 

31 Auq. a' 1665, bp. 9 July 1592 at Bridlington. 
W^iU 24 Jan. 1670-1, pr. at York 31 Mar. 1671 
(Reg. Test., Hi, 216) ; mar. Eliz., da. of Gilb' Crow- 
ther, of Eland, iieer Halifax, in co. Ebw., at 
Elland 11 June 1622. They had issue — 
Robert, (Ki. S8 an. 31 Aug. a" 1665. 
Randal, bur. 29 Aug. 1660 at Bridlington. 
Mary, bur. 3 July 1663 at Bridlington. 
Dorothy, niar. Thomas Fairfax, Esq., of 
Menston, 1 bur. 8 May 1728 at Leeds, 
a-t. 90. 
5. John, died unmarried, bp. 5 Apr. 1604 at Brid- 
lington. 

1. Anne, wife o/' Richard Burges, a merchant in Hull; 

mar. 14 Mav 1606 at Bridlington; she was bp. 
there 1 Mar" 1586-7. 

2. Catherine, bp. 21 Dec. 1589 at Bridlington, wife 

unto Rich. Milner, of Sutton, in Holdernesse. 

3. Jane, bp. 11 June 1594; Jirst marr. to Thomas 

Grymston, of Grimsloiigarlh, in com. Ebor., 14 May 
1613, after to Walter Hawksworth, of Godmvndham, 
in com Ebor. 
Mary, bp. 24 June 1588 at Bridlington. 

RANDLE CARLEIL, of Seu-arby, in co. Ebor., died in 
a' 1658 or thereabouts, bur. in South Quire at Bridlington 
17 June 1659. Will 9 June, pr. at London 7 Oct. 1659 
(Abstract Wills, Rec. Ser., 155); mar. Elizabeth, da. of 
Richard Knowseley, of North Burton, in co. Ebor., exex. of 
her husband, bur. 29 June 1668. They had issue — 
1. Robert (IV). 

S. John Carleil, of "Hilston, bp. 7 Dec. 1630 at Brid- 
lington, % bur. 14 Aug. 1666; mar. Jane, da. of 
. . . Hardy, of HiUton, in Holdernesse, lie. 1663 
at Hilston. They had issue — 

Randolph, bp. at Hilston 1 Sept. 1664. 
S. Thomas, bp. 27 May 1634, bur. 24 Sept. 1680. 



308 uugdale's visitation ok vokkshirk. 

1. Mary, wife of Ilev. ./(Uiins Fisher, of Sheffulld, in 

com. Ebor. 

2. Elizabeth, bp. 20 Jan. 1632-3, wije of Theodore 

llerriny, of Yorke ; aflencards of henry Beale, 
of KiioUinifley, in com. Ebor., to wlioni mar. 

28 Nov. 1658 at Belfreys, York. 

S. Hannah, wife of Timothy Preston, of J>ridlin</lon, in 
com. Ebor. 

4. Dorothy, bp. 24 Dec. 1637; mar. 13 Sept. 1664, 

wife of Rob. Carleil, of Hull, meicliant. 

5. Amie, bp. 23 Feb. 1638-9 at Bridlington; mar. there 

29 Nov. 1672 Gregory Crevke. 

6. Susanna, bp. 18 Feb. l"640-r at Bridlington. 
Kuth, % bur. 18 July 1665 at Bridlington. Will 

5 July 1665, pr. at York 9 Mar. 1665-6 (Reg. 
Test, xlvii, 388). 

IV. ROBERT CARLEIL, of Sncarby, ctt. 42 an. 31 Any. 1665, 
bp. 28 Jan. 1623 4 at Bridlington, bur. there 14 Oct. 1685 ; 
mar. Anne, da. and coh. of Henry Vickerman, of Fraysthorpe, 
in com. Ebor., bur. in South Quire at Bridlington 14 June 
1698. They had issue- 
Henry (V). 
Timothy, bp. 6 Jan. 1667-8 at Bridlington, bur. there 

24 Sep. 1697; mar Thev had issue — 

Timothy, bp. 1695. 
Christojpher, bp. 1697. 

1. Elizabeth, wL 7 ann. SI Aug. a" 166o, bp. 8 Aug. 

1658. Will 13 Oct. 1737, pr. at York 26 Jan. 
1739-40 (Reg. Tost, Ixxxvi, 278). 

2. Christian, of Beverley, ait. S ann. 1665, bp. 22 July 

1662. Nunc. Will 17 June, pr. at York 15 July 

1720 (Reg. Test, Ixxiv, 522). 
S. Alathea, cet. nnins anni 1665, bp. 13 June 1664 ; 

mar. Thomas Buck, of Carnabv. 
Mary, bp. 14 June 1663; mar. 24 Deo. 1700 Thomas 

Bayles. 
Theodosia. 

Anne, bp. 30 Sept. 1670. 

Anne, bp. 12 Nov. 1672, ? bur. 23 Jan. 1701-2. 
Catherine, bp. 1674, Usur. 26 Mar. 1690. 
Frances, bp. 1676 ; mar. . . . Boulton. 
Ruth, bp. 1677 ; mar. 10 Nov. 1697, at Bridlington, 

Robert Grimston, of Bridlington. 
Jane, bp. 1678. 
Dorothy, bp. 1680 ; mar. Rev. William Withers, Rector 

of Thribergh. 

V. HENRY CARLEIL, of Sewerby, gent., bp. 7 Dec. 1665 at 
Bridlington, 1 bur. there 6 Nov. HOI ; mar. 14 May 1691 
at Rawmarsh, Elizabeth, dau. of William Smithson, of 
Malton, gent. Tliey liad issue — 



DUIJIJALKS VISITATION OK YORKSHIRE. 309 

Henry Carleill, Es.i., l,p. 15 Mar. 1G91-2, died .s. p. 

William (VI). 

Robert, of Seweiby, died .s.p., bur. 15 Apr. 1729 at 

Bridlington. 
Randolph, bp. 1699. 
Elizabeth, of Tluibergh, unniar. 

VI. WILLIAM CARLEILL, of Briillingtoii, after of Ecclesfield 
Hall, bp. 13 Aug. 1695, died 30 Dec. 1779, bur. at Ecclesfield, 
M.I. ; mar. first Catherine, dau. of John Greame, Esq., of 
Sewerby, 8 June 1731 at Bempton, bur. 16 June 1732 at 
Bridlington. They had issue — 

R.mdolph (VII). 
Mar. secondly Elizabeth, dau. of William Green, Esq., of 
Thundercliffe Grange, d. 25 Mav 1776, iet. 81, bur. at 
Ecclesfield, M.I. 

VII. RANDOLPH CARLEILL, Esq., of Brosterfield, D.L., Captain 
in the Army, bp. 28 Jlay 1732 at Bridlington, bur. Dec. 1800 
at Eyam ; mar. 1766, Eleanor, dau. of Smithson Green, Esq., 
of Thundercliffe Grange, bur. 15 Feb. 1S16 at Eyam. They 
had issue — 

John, died inf. 

Thomas, died inf. 

William (VIII). 

VIII. WILLIAM CARLEILL, Esq., of Brosterfield, Captain in 
the JNIilitia, bp. 8 Apr. 1768 at Eyam. Admon. 7 Feb. 1780 
at York; mar. 1788 his cousin Eleanor, dau. of William 
Green, Esq., of Thundercliffe Grange, d. U June 1818. 
They had issue — 

Randolph, bp. Oct. 1794, bur. at Longstone 20 Sept. 
18U. 

Catherine, bp. 1789, at Eyam. 

Alicia Maria, bp. 1791, d. young. 

Eleanor, bur. at Longstone 10 Dec. 1814. 

Martha, bur. at Longstone 17 Aug. 1830. 

Anne. 

Elizabeth. 

Maria. 

Authorities— Hunter's FamilitK Minorum Gentium (Harl. See). 
Parish Registers. 




LKiDALKS VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 

Miilton, 29 Aui;. 



®atrs 



flf 



aHioruD-ISarke/ 



rterly, a inullut for difference : — 

1. Per pale Gules and Azure, three lions ramjiant Or (Gates). 

2. Argent, on a clievron Sable between three pellets as 

cinquefoils of the field (Baldington). 

3. Gules, a cinquefoil pierced Argent, charged with fiv 

de poix (Capdow). 

4. Argent, three piles meeting in base Gules (Fleming) 
-A deuii-lion rampant gardant Or. 



THOMAS GATES, 
Had issue — 



esquire in the da^'s of King Edw. III. 



WILLIAM GATES, Esquire. Had issue— 
L Sir Geffrey (III). 

2. Ralph. 

3. Christopher. 

SIR GEFFREY GATES, KNT.. mar. Agnes, daughter and 
coheir to Thomas Baldington, of co. Oxon. They had 



[V. WILLIAM GATES, ESQ., mar. Mirabell, daughter and heir 
of Thomas Capdow, of High Easter, co. Essex, and of Ann, 
his wife, daughter and heir of Sir Thomas Fleming, Knt., of 
Essex. They had issue — 
Sir Geffrey (V). 

Anne, wife to Thomas Darcy, uncle to Tliomas, Lord 
Darcy, of Chiche. 

V. SIR GEFFREY GATES, KNT., mar. Elizabeth, daughter 
to Sir William Clopton, Knt. They had issue — 

1. Sir John Gates, Knt., a statesman and employed by 
Henry VIII, K.B., Sheriff of Essex, Chancellor of 
the Duchy of Lancaster, Captain of the Guard, 
assisted Northumberland for Lady Jane Grey, tried 
and executed August 1553, d. s.p. (see Diet. Nat. 
Biog.) ; mar. first Marv, dau. of Sir Edward 
Denny, Baron of the E.xchequer. (t) Will 28 Jan. 
1581-2, pr. at i-ondon IG May 1583 (Rowe, 28). 



le Parke 



I'nship of Ayton, parish of Sean 



DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 311 

2. Geffrey, mar. . . . , dau. of . . . Pascal!, of Essex 
(Essex Visitation). They bad issue — 

Gefi'rey, named in liis luitle Sir Henry's 
will; mar. Joane, dan. of . . . AVentwortli. 
They had issue — 

"Peter (Essex Visitation). 
Kenry. 
Anthony, named in his uncle Sir Henry's 

will. 
John. 
William, d. s.p. (Essex Visitation). 
S- Henry (VI). 

Dorothy, mar. Sir Thomas Josselyn, of Essex (Essex 
Visitation). 

VI. 5'- HENRY GATES, of Semer, in co. Ebor., K'., living 
a" 1584, knighted 1547, had a grant of the manor of 
Seamer, d. 7 Apr. 1589. Will 20 Dec. 1588, pr. at London 
12 May 1589 (Leicestei-, 48 ; North Country Wills, Surtees 
Soc., ii, 142); mar. L,ucie, dauc/hter of Charles Knevet, Esq., 
first wife, d. at Seamer 1 Oct. 1577. M.I. They had issue— 

1. Edward (VII). 

2. John Gates, of Howden (Glover), b. at Havering of 

the Bower 12 Dec. 1548 (Coll. Top. et Gen., i, 397), 
bur. at Howden 8 May 1607; mar. 14 Apr. 1572 
at Howden, Isabel Bone [dau. of Seth Snawsell, 
(Glover)], bur. 10 Mar. 1611-2. They had issue- 
Mary, mar. Sir John Vavasour, of Spalding- 
ton. 
William, b. at Pergo 2 June 1550, d. inf., bur. at 
Chingford. 

3. Henry Gates (see Second Line A). 

1. Mary, b. 14 Oct. 1544 at Svon Nunnerv (Coll. Top. et 

Gen., i, 396). 

2. Elizabeth, b. 2 Jan. 1546-7 at Syon. 

3. Frances, b. at Kew 29 Jan. 1551-2 ; mar. John 

Alured, of Hull. 

4. Katherine, b. at London 24 Dec. 1553 ; mar. Sir 

Charles Egerton. 
Mar. secondly Katherine, dau. of . . . Watkin, of Brad- 
warden (Glover); named in her liusband'.s will. 

VII. EDWARD GATES, ESCj., son & heire, from whom John 
Gates,^ now of Boltercromhe, in com. Ebor., is descended, 
b. 24 Apr. 1547 at Sion (Coll. Top. et Gen., i, 396), bur. 
27 Jan. 1621-2 at Seamer (Reg.). No will at York ; mar. 
Elizabeth, dau. and h. of Richard Cave, of Stamford. 
Adraon. 19 Jan. 1625-6 (Glover). They had issue — 

' There is a will of John Gate, of Buttercrambe, at York, 26 Sept. 1671, 
pr. 20 Sept. 1672, mentioning the Darley family, his sisters Frances and Luce 
Darell, his niece Mrs. Frances Portington. Query as to his place in the 
pedigree. 



312 UU(il)ALK"s VISITATION OK YOKKSHIHK. 

William, ;et. six 1584 (Glover). 

Edward (Glover). 

Henrv (Glover). 

Elizabeth (Glover), mar. Sir Richard Darley, of 

Buttercrambe, lie. 1595 at Seamer. 
Katlieriiie (Gloxer). 
Joiin, bp. 11 Jan. 1589-90,"] 

Anna, bp. 1 Nov. 1593, I Children of Edward Gate 
Svdne)', bp. 5 July 1595, j (Seamer Re.i,'ister). 
Richard, bp. 1596, J 

N.B. — The.se four may have been the cliildren of the 

above Edward Gates, boiii after Glover's 

Visitation 1584. 



SECOND LINE. 

A. HENRY GATES (third son of Sir Henry Gates and Lucy 

Knevet), cf Gosherton,, in coin. Line, named in liis father's 
will, b. 26 May 1555 in London (Coll. Top. et Gen,, i, 397); 
mar. Elizabeth, daughter of Nicholait Robertson., of Boston, in 
CO. Line. They had issue — 

Robert (B). 

Edward (Glover). 

Lucy, mar, William Lake or Hake, 

Elizabeth, mar. John Thornton (Glover). 

Susanna. 

B. ROBERT GATES, of Scalby, in com. Ebor., died in a" lUjS, 

vel circa ; mar. . . . daughter of . . . Fienes, frst n-i/'e. 
They had issue — 

1. Edward Gates, Citizen of London. 

2. Robert Gates, Citizen of London. 

3. Charles Gates, of Kimjston-upon-UuU. 

mar. secondly Eleanor, daughter of Henry ATompesson, ot . . . 
in com m/h, at Seamer 30 No\-, 1626 (Reg.), They had 
issue — 

J^fnry (C). 

Elizabeth, U'i/e of A ich. Hen let, oj Semer, in co. Ebor. 

C. HENRY GATES, of Thome Parke, in Pickering Lythe, in 

com. Ebor., ait. 33 ann. 29 Aug. 1665 ; mar. Isabell, 
daughter of George Pallen, of y^ Cilty of Yorke, widow of 
Matthew Robinson, of Clawton, in Pickering Lythe, 25 Sept. 
1655 at St. John's, York (C.B.N. ), They had issue— 

1. Margaret, (el. 4 ann. S9 Aug. a" 1665. 

2. Dorothy, at. 3 ann. 1665. 

(?)Jolin, a legatee in the will of John Gates, of 
Buttercrambe, 1671. 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 313 

YoRKE, The Anstv. Yorkc, 13 St-pt. 1665. 




of 
^cbam (Atomb)* 



Arm?: — Sable, three saltires engrailed Argent. No proofs niacie. 

I. ROGER NEWARK, of Daltoii in the 'Wold (Glover's 
Visitation, 92) ; mar. Isabel, rlau. of Edward Knight, of 
Driffield. Thev had issue — 
Thomas '(II). 

Roger, a priest, wt. 80 an. 15S4, Vicar of Acomb, 
inst. 22 Apr. 1553, d. in 1587. 

II. THOMAS NEWARKE, of Acham (Acomb), in the county 
of the citly of Yorke ; mar. Alice, danyhter of . . . Bedmers, 
of . . . They had issue — 

1. Peter Kewarke, of Ascham, Esq', of the Body to Qu. 
Mary, liviiig in a" 1S84, to be bur. in Acomb 
Church. Will 27 Apr. 1594, pr. at York 2 Jan. 
1596-7 (vol. xxvi, 423 b); 7nar. Joane, daughter of 
Thomas Vavasour, of Coppenthorpe, in co. Ebor. 
They had issue — 

1. Thomas, eld. son, wt. 25, 1584, died un- 

married. Will 15 Nov. 1626, pr. at York 
8 Feb. 1626-7 (vol. xxxix, 60), to be bur. 
at Acomb. 

2. Henry, died "unmarried, of Askham Bryan ; 

had tithes from his father. 

Dorothy, mar. John Redman, of Gressingham, 
CO. Lane. 

Margaret, d. s.p. 

Elizabeth, mai'. Ambrose Beck with, of Stil 
lingfleet. 

Isabel, mentioned in her father's will ; mar 
Wm. Richardson, of York. 

Frances, mar. Jas. Coates, of Sheriff Hutton 

Alice, mar. Thomas Herbert. 

Katherine, mar. Michael Fawkes, of Wood- 
hall, lie. 1 607, at St. Sampson's, York ; she 
was bur. at Hemingborough 17 May 1620 

Mary, mar. Bryan Bateson. 



314 uuudalk's visitation of Yorkshire. 

.'?. Robert (III). 

3. Francis. 

4. Nicholas, named in liis brother Peter's will. 

5. Ricliai'd. 

III. ROBERT NEWARK, of Acham, mar. [Ka.Yy], dauyhter of 

. . . Caivuod, widoiv (f . . . Casbrit. They had issue — 
I/eury (TV). 

TV. HENRY NEWARKE, of Axkhani Bryan, in the county of 
the citty of Yorke, died a" 1635, or thereabouts. Will 
14 Apr. 1637, pr. at York Sept. 1638 (unregistered); mar. 
Margaret, dauijhter of . . . Vavasour. They had issue — 

1. l'ho7nas'(V). 

2. Robert Newark, ] adnion. IS June 1629 to wife Mary. 
a. Will'm A^ejcark, of Askham Bryan, in com. civitatis 

Ebor., named in his brotlier Thomas' will, exor. 

of his father (I mar. Jane Fo.x, lie. 1638, All 

Saints', Yoi-k). 
i- Henry Nnxvark, of Askham Bryan, named in liis 

brother Thomas' will. 
1. Anne, named in her father's will, wife of ]ViU'm, 

Hunter, of Copmanthorp, in co. civit. Ebor. 
S. Calh., named in her father's and brother Thomas' 

wills, tvife of . . . Ferby, of Askham Bryan. 

3. Mary, named in her brother Thomas' will, wife of 

John Fox, of Askham Richard, lie. 1638 at All 
Saints, York. 
(1) Isabell, named in her father's will. 

V. THOMAS NEWARK, of Acham, died in a" 1657 or there- 
abouts. Will 24 Aug. 16.57, pr. in London 25 May 1659 
(Abs. York. Rec. Ser., ix, 160); mar. Susan, daugh. of 
John Robynson, of Ryfher, in com. Ebor., lie. 1633 at 
Rither or Acomb. 

7. Thomas (VI). 

^. John Newarke, of Richniund, in com. Ebor. 

3. Arthur, died unmarried. 

J/.. Henry. 

5. Edward. 
Susan. 

VI THOMAS NEWARKE, of Acham, cet. 31 aunor. IS Sept. 
1665, bur. 7 Aug. 1084 at Goodramgate, York (reg.) ; mar. 
Winifride, daughter of Francts Childers, of Carhouse, in 
the parish of Doncaster, in co. Ebor., at Doncaster 26 Aug. 
1659. They had issue — 

1. Thomas, died young. 

2. Francis, ctt. 2 ann. 13 Sept. 1665, of York, grocer, 

SherifiF of York 1724-5; (?i mar. Mary Vane, lie. 
1696 at St. Olave or Sutton 
5. Henry, (tt. 9 mens. 
Elisabeth, died young. 




uugdale's visitation of vokkshirk. 315 

YoRKE CiTTY. Yorke, 12 Sept. 1665. 



Jlrsbit 

of 



ree boars' heads couped Azure, langued Gules, a crescent 
for difference. 

I. . . . NESBET. Had i.ssue— 

1. S"" Alexander JVesbit, of Nesbit in Scot-', K'. 
3. Philip (II). 

II. PHILIP NESBET, of Easington, in Episc. Dwiielm., died 
circa ann. 1658, Rector of St. Martin's, Micklegate, York, 
16U-7; mar. 30 Apr. 1616, at St. Martin's, Elizabeth, 
dau. of . . . . Iloyle, of Slaughit C? Slaithwaite), neer 
Halifax, in com. Ebor. They had issue — 

1. Philip Nesbit, Rector of Kirklington, in com. Ebor., 
diedin a" 1663, (?) bur. at St. Martin's 15 Oct. 1663 ; 
mar. Susan, daughter of Abraham Ilemmingivay, 
Citizen of Yorke, bur. at St. Martin's 19 Apr. 
1683. Will 8 Aug. 1681, pr. at York 3 Apr. 1684 
(vol. Ix, 157). Tliey had issue— 

1. Philip Nesbet, now a Student in the University 
of Gla.tgoH', in Scotland, bp. 10 Feb. 
1647-8 at Kirklington, named in liis 
mother's will. 
S. Obadiah, bp. 25 June 1650 at Kirklington, 
named in lii,s mother's will. 
Thomas, bp. 30 Jan. 1655-6 at Kirklington, 
bur. there 19 Nov. 1657. 
S. Joseph, bp. 6 Feb. 1657-8 at Kirklington, 

named in his mother's will. 
1. Susan, bp. 25 Aug. 1653 at Kirklington, 
named in her motlier's will ; mar. 24 Nov. 
1674 at Belfreys, Jacob Athrop, of 
Selby. 
S. Elizabeth, bp. 24 Oct. 1660 at Kirklington 
named in hei- mother's will ; mar. Samuel 
Potter. 



316 DUGDALK's visitation ok YORKSHIRE. 

S. 77io,nas (III). 

■:!. AleXH>id<:v Xesbit, of Huttun Jiiisliel/, in co. Ebor. 
mar. . . . Tiiev had issue — 
Philip. 
Jj. W'iUiam, died unmarried. 



THOMAS XESBIT, Cilizen and Jlerch' of i'ork,', at. U 
13 Sept. a" 1665, bur. 5 Nov. 1694 at St. Martin'.s. Will 
8 June 169-t, pr. 12 Nov. 1694 ; mar. first Isabell, daughter 
of John Cholmeley, of Braham, in com. Ebor., bur. 8 Nov. 
1669 at St. Martin's (reg.). They liad issue— 

/. John, nt. 8 unn. 12 Sept. 1665, bp. 3 July 1657 at 
St. Martin's, York, bur. there 28 Jan. 16S2-3 
(reg.). 
3. Thomas (IV). 

Philip, bp. 26 Dee. 1666 at St. Martin's, bur. 

there 8 June 1667. 
Cholmley, bp. 8 June 1668 at St. Martin's, bur. 
tiiere" 15 June 1678. 

1. Elizdbelh, bp. 25 July 1652 at St. Martin's, bur. 

there 31 July 1672"! 
Susanna, bp. 15 Dec. 1654 at St. Martin's, bur. there 
7 Sept. 1660. 

2. IsabeU, bp. 12 Feb. 1659-60 at St. Martin's, bur. 

there 7 Sept. 1669. 

3. .Uari/, bp. 2 Oct. 1664 at St. Martin's, bur. 4 Mar. 

1 725-6 ; mar. 30 Apr. 1695 at All Saints', North 
St., York, William Garforth, of Wiganthorpe 
(C.B.N.). 
Mar. secondly, 17 Feb. 1675, Martha, 2d dau. of Anthony 
Hatfield, Esq., of Laugh ton, born 22 Sept. 1640, bur. 
18 Dec. 1712 at St. Martin's. They had issue- 
Philip, bp. 17 Feb. 1676-7 at St. Martin's, the only 
child of the second marriage living at his father's 
will. 
Joseph, bp. 24 Jan. 1677-8, (?) bur. 12 June 1681 at 

St. ilartin's. 
Ale.x-ander, bp. and bur. 6 Mar. 1683-4 at St. 
Martin's. 



lY. THOMAS NESBIT, of York, bp. 16 June 1662 at St. 
Martin's, York, sole e.vor. of his father, mar. 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 317 

YORKE CiTTY. Yoi-kc, 23 Mart. 1665. 




ftascall 



of 



Arms : — Sable, six fleurs-de-lis Or, three, two and one, within a bordure 
engrailed argent. 

I. RICHARD MASGALL, of Rikhall, in com. Eborum ; mar. 
Helen, daiujhtev of . . . Clarkson, of North DuffeUd, in 
com. Eboru. They had issue — 
/. Will'm, died ivithout issue. 
S. Thomas (II). 

II. THO.UAS MASCALL, Cittizen of Yorke, died in a" 1662 ; 
mar. i[ary, dawjhter of Roger Specie, of I'horpe-Under- Wood, 
in com. Eborum. They had issue — 

Jonas. 

Thomas (C.B.N.). 

III. JONAS MASCALL, of (he Citty of Yorke, cet. J^l an. 

23 ilartij 1665, died 1676 ; m.ar. Jane, daughter or' Bar- 
tholomew Philips, of Leconfield, in com. Eborum, living at 
Beverley 1680. They had issue — 

Thomas (IV). 

Mary, mar. John Linton, of London, painter. 

IV. THOMAS MASCALL, of Stonegate, Yoik, grocer, wt. 17 

annor. 25 ALartij 1065. Will 30 Apr., pr. at York 9 Aug. 
1680 (Reg. Test. Iviii, 99) ; mar. . . , (1) sister of Alexander 
Clarke. They liad issue — 

Faith Mascall, only daugliter, under age 1680, bur. 
20 Mar. 1681 at St. Mary's, Beverley (C.B.N.). 



318 dugdale's visitation ok Yorkshire. 

Langhbargh Wapentake. Stokesley, 8" Sept. 



loluariJ of MfstcrDale, 



I. THOMAS YOWARD, of Westerdale. Will 3 Oct. 1546, 
pr. at York 4 May 1 Mary (1554) ; mar. Jane, dau. to Ralph 
Duck (vol. xiii, 1043). They had issue- 
Ralph (II). 

Robert, of Basedale. Will 25 Oct 1577, pr. at York 

28 Aug. 1578 (vol. xxi, 239); mar. Margaret, dau. 

to Robert Appleby, of Kildale. They had issue — 

Tliomas, named in his fatlier's will ; mar. 

Anne, dau. of . . . Vaughan. 
Ralph, of Basedale, named in his father's 
will ; mar. Jane, dau. of Michael Feathers- 
tonhaugh, of Stanhope. 
Margery, named in her father's will ; mar. 
Lawrence Atkinson, of Scarborough. 

MTgaret, 1"=^™^'^ '" ^J'^j'' ^^^''^'''^ 

. . . , mar. Wni. Hoitton, J " ' " 

II. RALPH YOWARD, of AVesterdale, executor of his father; 
mar. Margery, dau. to William Tipping. They had issue — 
Robert (III). 

Elizabeth, mar. Christopher Hewerden (Glover). 
Mary, mar. William Bulmer (Glover). 

[II. ROBERT YOWARD, of Stokesley, in com. Ebor., bailiff under 
the Lord Evers (Glover), (]) bur. 15 July 1600 at Stokesley. 
Admon. at York 2 Oct. 1600 ; viar. Muriell, daughter of 
Henry Warcopp, of Grenotc. The}' had issue — 



Henry (IV). 

William, (?)bp. 9 Aug. 1578 at Stokesley. 

D'- John Yoivard, !> of Phisick, had issue, (?) bp. 

19 Aug. 1581 at Stokesley. 
Charles, (?) bur. 6 Jan. 1610-1 at Stokesley. 
Muriel (Mary), xvife of John Goiver, of Stanesby, in 

com. Ebor. ; mar. at Stonegrave 1595. 
Anne, wife of Samuell Bras, of Hilton, in com. Ebor., 

mar. lie. 1601 at Westerdale. 
Mary (Muriel), ?<'t/e o/' Richard Wandsford : mar. at 

Stonegrave 1605. 



DUGUALUS VISITATION OK YORKSHIRE. 



31^ 



HENRY YOWARD, of Westerdale, in co. Ebor., dyed circa 
ann. 1626, »t. eight 1584, bp. 20 Dec. 1576 at Stokesley ; 
mar. Anne, daugh. of James Pennyman, of Ormeshy, in co. 
Ebor., Esq. They had issue— 

1. William Yotvard, died unmarried. 

2. Raphe (V). 

S. Robert Yotvard. 

4- Henry, obijt sine prole. 

Jane, wife of Robert Slope, of Tnnstall, in com. 
Eborum. 

RAPHE YOWARB, of Westerdale, in co. Ebor., died circa 
I64O. Admon. 17 Dec. 1641 at York; mar. first Susan, 
daughter of . . . Willis, of . . . in com. . . . They had 
issue — 

1. Richard (VI). 

2. Henry, dyed young. 

Anne, luife of Robert Ros, of Leedes, in com. Eborum,. 
Mar. secondly 17 June 1630 at Norton, Ann, dau. of 
Thomas Hebletliwaite. 



RICHARD YOWARD, of Westerdale, died 5' Oct. a" I664, 
bur. 6 Oct. at Norton (C.B.N. ). Admon. 18 Nov. 1664 at 
York ; mar. Frances, daughter of Josias Malhews, Rector of 
Kirby xmder-hill, in Cleveland, ' in com. Ebor. They had 
issue — 

1. Raphe (VII). 

2. Matthew, cet. 13 ann. 8 Sept. J 666 ; to have Westerdale 

for life, under his brother Ralph's will ; (?) bur. 30 

Jan. 1734-5 at Stokesley; (?) mar. Ann . . . , bur. 

5 Mar. 1706-7 at Stokesley, by whom he had issue. 
S. Richard, cet. 8 ann. 1666. 
4. Charles, ait. 6 ann. 1666, bp. 24 July 1 660 at Stoke.sley, 

named in his brother Ralph's will. 

1. Anne. 

2. Barbara, (?) mar. Rev. James Moore, of Acaster 

Malbis, lie. 1670 at Askham. 
Susanna, named in her brother Ralph's will ; mar. 
. . . Wilmer. 



francis. 

Eleanor, b. 29 Aug. 1656 at Stokesley. 

Jane, bp. 13 Aug. 1662 at Stokesley; 

Bedford. 
Catherine, bp. 27 Jan. 1663-4 at Stokesley. 



320 DUGDALe's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

VTI. RAPHE TOWARD, of York and Westeidale, a-t. 17 annoru 
8 Sept. a" 1666; d. 28 Mar. 1714, iet. sixty-five. M.I. at 
St. Mary's, Bisliopliill, York (C.B.N. ). Will 20 Mar. 1713-4, 
pr. at York 24 Apr. 1714 (vol. Ixix, 161) ;' mar. Sarah . . . 
Will 11 June 1715, pr. at York 4 Dee. 1719 (vol. Ixxiv, 
253). 




mtUmgherk 

of 

(Eljapai-JlUcrton. 



vron Sable between three unicorns' heads couped Azure 
lets Or. 

1. JOHN KILLINGBECK, of Allerton Gledliow, probably 
made his will 19 July, pr. at York, 24 Sept. 1527 (Reg. 
Test., ix, 377); to be l)ur. in St. Peter's, Leed.s ; mar. 
Agnes, dau. of ... . Dvnelev (Glover). The}' had issue — 

William (II). 

Henry, "j 

Leonard, j- named in tlieir father's will. 

Julyane, J 

II. WILLIAM KILLINGBECK, of Chapel Allerton, (1) will 
26 Jan. 1546-7, pr. at York, 22 June 1547 (Test. Ebor., vi, 
252); to be bur. in St. Peter's, Leeds; mar. Jane .... 
They had issue — 

III. ROBERT KILLINGBECK, of Chapell Allerton, in co. 
Ebor., a" 1566, bur. 6 June 1573, at Leeds. Will 23 May 
1573, pr. at York, 1 Oct 1574 (Reg. Test., xix, 649) ; mar. 
Jane, dawjhter of Rob' Cockson, of Allerton Gleadow, in co. 
Ebor., exor. of her husband. They had issue — 

' He left his manor of Westerdale to his brother Matthew for life, in default 
of issue to his nephews Richard and Ralph (who may have been sous of his 
brother Richard), in succession in default to his brother Charles. 

N.B.— Ralph Toward, attorney of York, died 2, buried 4 Oct. 171-t. 

Mr. Yoward, attorney, Steward to Archbishop of York, died 14 Nov. 1748. 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 321 

William (IV). 

Thomas, named in his father's will. 

John, named in his father's will. 

Elizabeth, named in her father's will ; mar. 14 Feb. 
1581-2, at Leeds (reg.), Thomas Sutcliffe, of Wood- 
house. 

Edith, named in her father's will, (?) mar. 5 June 
1595, Francis Lindley. 

(1.) Marj', not named in her father's will ; mar. Thos. 
Killingbeck, of Northall (Glover). 

WILLIAM KILLINGBECK, of Chapell AUerton, died in 
a' 1525 (1625), entered his pedigree at 1584 Visitation, 
named in his father's will, (1) bur. at Leeds, 14 Feb. 1625-6 
(reg.") ; viar. Frances, daiujhter of Richard Grimshaiv, of 
Mearehills, in co. Lane. {% " William Killingbeck's wife of 
the Chapeltown," bur. at Leeds, 5 Feb. 1621-2 (reg.). They 
had issue — 

1. Robert Killingbeck, of Chapell AUerton, bp. 12 June 

1575, at Leeds, bur. there 16 July 1656 (reg.). Will 
9 June 1656, pr. at London, 10 Feb. 1656-7 (York. 
Rec. Ser., ix, 102) ; mar. Frances, dawjhter of 
Alexander Palmer (Palmes), of Linley, in com. 
Ebor., at Otley, 21 May 1611 (reg.). They had 
issue — 

William, died in y lifetime of his father, 
(I) bp. 14 Jan. 1617-8, at Leeds, bur. there 
24 Dec. 1646. Will 16 Dec. 1646, pr. at 
York 21 May 1647 (unregistered), leaving 
his lands to Thomas Killingbeck, of 
AUerton Gledhow. 
(?) John, bp. 1 Jan. 1616-7, at Leeds. 

2. William (V). 
Joan (Glover). 

Mary, (?) bp. 10 Mar.'l 576-7, at Leeds. 



WILLIAM KILLINGBECK, of Chajjell AUerton, died 
a" 1650, vel circa, bp. 17 Feb. 1579-80, at Leeds, bur. there 
19 Nov. 1650. Will 17 July 1650, pr. at London, 1 Oct. 
1657 (York. Rec. Ser., ix, 110) ; 7nar. Elizabeth, daughter of 
Peter Brame, of Leedes, in com. Ebor., bp. 18 Oct. 1587, at 
Leeds; mar. there 9 Feb. 1610-1, pr. her husband's 
will, bur. 27 May 1659 at ^Vhitkirk, in the same 
grave with her son-in-law, John Latham. They had issue — 
Thomas (VI). 



$22 DUGDALK's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

2. Ursula, bp. 10 Feb. 1617-8 at Leeds, wife of John 

Stopper, or Stapper, of Keillewell, in com. Ebor., 
had residue of lier uncle Robert's estate ; mar. 
at Leeds 15 Apr. 1656 (reg. ). 

3. Anne, bp. at Leeds, 29 Aug. 1622, named in her 

father's will. 

4. Thomasine, bp. 30 July 1626 at Leeds, ivife of John 

Lathoni, of Whitekirke, in com. Ebor. ; mar. at 
Leeds, 12 'Feb. 1655-6, she was bur. 31 Dec. 1673 
at Whitkirk. 
1. Elizabeth, wife of Francis Lupton, master of the free 
Grammar School of Otley, she was bp. 18 July 1613 
at Leeds; mar. 17 Dec. 1638 at Otley, bur. there 
8 Oct. 1G39 (reg.). 

VI. THOMAS KILLINGBECK, of Chapell AUerton, at. 49 ann. 
11 Aug. a" 1665, bp. 15 Nov. 1615 at Leeds, (?) bur. there 
19 July 1677 ; mar. Manj,^ daughter of Richard Wilkinson, 
of Manningham, in com. Eborum. The)' had i.ssue — 
/. William (VII). 

5. Thomas. 
1. Jane. 

S. Mary. 
S. Elizabeth. 



VII. WILLIAM KILLINGBECK, m. 11 an. 11" Aug. a" 1665, 
(\) bp. 5 June 1648 at Leeds. 

There were several branches of the Killingbeck family in 
Leeds and the neighbourliood, and there are many entries in the 
Leeds Register. A pedigree of Killingbeck, of Allerton Grange, 
is printed in " Thoresby's Leeds." The above branch must have 
left Leeds, as there do not seem to be any further entries of 
Thomas (VI) or his family. A Thomas Killingbeck, of Methley> 
gen., was buried there 13 Sept. 1682. 



UUGUALK's visitation ok YORKSHIRE. 323 

RTDiLK Wapentake. Malton, 30° Aug. 1665. 




Portington 



of 



^altou. 



Akms :— Gules, on a bend Argent cotised Or three martlets Sable. 

I. WILLIAM PORTINGTON, of Elloughton, a younger son 
to ... . Portinylon, of Partington, in com. Ebor. ; mar. 
.... They had issue — 

1. William Portington, of Elloioton. 

,'?. Francis (II). 

II. FRANCIS PORTINGTON, of Elloivton, at. 62 ann. 30 
Aug. a" 1665 ; mar. Ellen, daughter of Frances Scarfe, of 
Elloivton, in com. Ebor. They had issue — 

Timothy (III). 

Henry, had sons Francis and Timothy. 

III. TIMOTHY PORTINGTON, of Malton, in com. Ebor., 
cet. So ann. SO Aug. a" 1665, an apothecary, d. at London 
26 June 1697 (C.B.N.), will pr. at York," 8 Sept. 1697; 
mar. 11 June 165-1, Mary, daughter of Thomas Pye, of 
Malton, first wife, ob. s. prole, bur. 18 Nov. 1654 at St. 
Michael's Malton (C.B.N. ). 

Mar. Mary, daughter of Rob' Ruddock, of Eglethorpe (Eddle- 
thorpe) grange, in com. Ebor., 2'^ wife, bur. 12 Feb. 1661-2 
at St. Michael's Malton (C.B.N.). They liad issue — 

Elizabeth, cet. 3 annor. et 10 mensium SO Aug. 1665, 

bp. 8 Nov. 1661, bur. 23 Nov. 1723 ; mar. 30 Nov. 

1680 at St. Michael's Malton, John Pierson, of 

Raisthorpe. They had issue. (See "Thornton 

Diary.") 
Mar. Frances, daughter of Robert Thornton, of Newton, in 
coin. Ebor., third ivife, bur. 11 Mar. 1704-5 at St. Michael's. 
They had issue — 

Timothy, bp. 17 Nov. 1664, bur. 18 Apr. 1665. 

Authorities — Alice Thornton's Diary (Surtees' Soc, 356) — Wills- 
Registers. 




324 DUG dale's visitation ok Yorkshire. 

Thk Borough of Kixgstox.upox-Hit.l. Hull, 6" Sept. 



Eipku 

of 

1&mg5ton-5U|j£r-%nU. 



Abms: — Per chevron Or and Azure, three lions ranip.-int counterchanged. 



I. LIONELL RIPLEY, of Rippon, in com. Ebor., died in Hull 
temj)ore Eliz. lieyince. Had issue — 

II. ROBERT RIPLEY, of Kinyston-upon-HuU, diid a" 1624 or 
thereabouts. "Will 2 Dec. 1625, pr. at York 7 Mar. 
1626-7 (vol. xxxix, 105) ; mar. Einmot, dauyhter of John 
Boyse, of Eylon, in com. Ehor.^ Thev had issue — 
1. Robert (III). 

1. Elizabeth, wife unto Georye Carleil, of Hull : mar. 

21 Aug. 1627 at Trinity, Hull. 

2. Margaret, named in her father's will, u-ife unto John 

Scolht, of Hull. 

[II. UOBEHT RIPLEY, Alderman of Kinyston-upon-llull, nt. 6S 
aun. (1 Sept. a' 1665, bur. 10 Oct. 1668 at Trinity, Hull. Will 
6 Oct. 1668, pr. at York (vol. xlix) ; mar. Mary, dauyhter 
of Francis Burrell, of Kinyston-upon-Hidl, first wife, 
(]) Mary Marshall, wid., lie. "l623 at Trinity, "Hull, bur. 
5 Dec. 1650 at Trinitv, Hull. Thev had issue — 
;. Marshall (IV). " 
2. Lyonell, mar. 19 Jan. 1670, Jane Moore at Trinity, 

Hull. 
S. Pereyrine, bur. 13 Sept. 1671 at Trinity, Hull. 

Elizabeth, wife of John Pearson, of Kingstou-upon-lhdl . 
Mar. Elizabeth, dauyhter of Edward Richaidson, Alderman 
of Hull, 2d wife, (1) bur. 17 May 1678 at Trinity, Hull. 

[V. MARSHALL RIPLEY, of Preston in Holdernesse, wt. 38 
ann. 6 Sept. 1665; mar. Grace, dauyhter of Henry 
Grymston, of Sherhii,rne in Holdernesse, 14 Aug. 1657 at 
Trinity, Hull. 



Probably identical with Emmot Preston, lie. 1596, at Trinity Church, Hull, 
may have been a widow. 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 325 

YoBKE CiTTY. Yorke, 12 Sept., 1665. 




of 
fork. 



Arms: — Per pale Azure and Gules, three lions rampant Argent, within a 
bordure coniponee of the second and Or, a canton of the last. 

T. RICHARD HERBERT, came from Colebrooke in com. 
Mommotith, and resided in Yorkeshire ; mar. Barbara, 
daughter of Christopher Pudsey, of ... , in Richmund- 
shire. They had issue — 

1. Christopher (A quo Herbert of Middleton-Whernhow 

(vol. i, p. 291). 

2. Evtn (TI). 

II. EVAN HERBERT, buried in Christ's Church in Yorke 

a' 1583 ; mar. . . , daughter of Aslaby. They had issue — 

/. John Herbert, of the Citly of Yorke, Merchant, 

buried in Christ's Church a" 15S7 ; mar. 

Eufemia, daughter of George Wrightson, of Alne, 

in CO. Ebor. They had issue — 

'Thomas Herbert, Shireeve of the Citty of 
Yorke a" 16S^, ob. s. prole 10 Dec., bur. 
12 Dec. 164S at St. Jolin's, York 
(C.B.N.) ; mar. Sarah, daughter of 
Williain Breary, Alderman of Yorke, 
30 Oct. 1625 at St. John's, Micklegate. 
;?. Philip (III). 

III. PHILIP HERBERT, Shireeve of Yorke, a" 1633, merchant, 
also of Pannal, bur. 10 Aug. 1639 at All Saints' 
Pavement ; mar. Elisabeth, daughter and coheire of Thomas 
Thackray, a Merchant in Htdl, 1 tvife, bur. at All Saints', 
York, 3 Apr. 1630 (Skaife). They had issue— 
/. Philip (IV). 

2. I'homas Herbert, borne a" 1629, a merchant, named 
in his half brother Jacob's will, 1661. 
Mar. 2-4 June 1632 at Belfreys, York, Ellen, daughter of 
Charles Tankard, of Whixley, Esq., bp. at Aldborough, 2 Jan. 
1599-1660, 2 tvife (wid. of William Barton of Cawton). 
Will 21 Aug, 1651, pr. at York (vol. xliii, 313). They 
had issue — 



326 



DUGDALKS VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



Jacob, of Leeds and York, cloth dresser, exor. of 
mother. Will i July 1661, pr. 1661 (vol. xliii, 
598), to be bur. at All Saints' Pavement, York. 

PHILIP HERBERT, now Shireeve of the Citty of Yorke, 
(ft. 39 aim. 13 Sept. 1665, bp. 19 July 1626 at All Saints' 
Pavement, bur. at All Saints', North St., 22 Aug. 1697, 
resigned his gown 1697 and had a yearly allowance 
(Skaife) ; mar. Mary, daughter of Paphe Bell, of Thruske 
(Thirskj, in com. Ehor., 12 Sept. 1654 at St. John's, 
York. Tliev had issue — 
Philip {V). 

Thomas, cut, S ann. 1665, bp. at St. John'.s, Yoik, 
2 May, 1663, bur. at All Saint's Pavement, 31 Jan. 
1670-1. 
John, bp. at All Saints', York, 8 Apr. 1670 

(C.B.N. ). 
Marv, bp. at St. John's, 20 June 1673 (C.B.N.), 



PHILIP HERBERT, cetatis 3 annori 
bp. 11 Oct. 1661 at St. John's. 



12 Sept. 1665, 




KHILL \VaPEXT.4KK. 



of 
langljton in \t jHortljing. 



Arms : — Ermine, on a chevron engrailed Sable three cinquefc.ils Or. 
Cbkst :— A cubit-arm vested Sable, cuffed Argent, holding in the hand proper a 
cinquefoil slipped Or. 

There are two pedigrees in the Visitation, Hatfield, of Laughton, 
at Rotherham, 16 Sept. 1665, and Hatfield, of Hatfield, at Doncaster, 
9 .\pr. 1666, which are amalgamated here. 



I. STEI'HEX or ROBERT II A TFEILD, of llatf^Ud, in Holder- 
nesse, in com. Ehor., to ivhoni Will. Flower, Korroy, granted 
the arme.s here depicted (as it is n/firmed) a" 1563 in his 
Visitation of Yorkeshire. Had issue — 



DUGDALE'S visitation of YORKSHIRE. 327 

NICHOLAS UATFEILD, of Ecdesfield, in com. Ebor., and 
there resided at Shiregreene alias Uatfeild house, bur. at 
Ecdesfield 11 Aug. 15.58. Will 2 Aug. 1558, pr. at York 
26 Sept. 1558 (vol. xv, 3, 51) ; mar. Ann Sanderson. They 
had issue — 

Alexander (III). 

Nicholas, named in his fathet's will. 

John, of Todwick-. Will 6 Nov. 1587, pr. at York 
5 Feb. 1587-8 (vol. xxiii, 647). 

Ann, mar. . . . Brookes. 

Elizabetli, mar. , . . Staiiforth. 

Catherine, mar. . . . Hoole. 



ALEXANDER UATFEILD, of Shire greene, bur. 30 Dec. 
1601 at Ecdesfield (reg.) ; mar. 11 Sept 1558 at Ecdesfield 
(reg ), Isabel, dau. of Alexander Shirecliffe, (i) admon. 26 
Apr. 1610 Thev had issue — 
Raphe (IV). 

John, of Shire Greene, bur. 7 Apr. 1603 at Ecdesfield. 
Nicholas. 

Isabel, mar. Richard Rawson. 
- Anne, mar. William Slack, 4 Aug. 1 584 at Ecdesfield. 



IV. RAPHE HATFEILD, of Shire-greene, afterward of Laughton 
in the Alorthing (Mortben), died circa 1635, bur. 20 July 1626 
at Laughton ; mar. Margaret, daughter of Robert Merfield 
(Mirfidd), of Thitrcroft, in com. ^ Ebor., 8 Oct. 1594 at 
Laughton ; bur. there 28 Oct 1626. They had issue — 

1. Anthony (V). 

^. Alexander Hatfeild, of Ranfidd (Ravenfield), in co. 
Ebor., clerke, bp. 19 Sept. 1611, bur. 3 Sept. 1650; 
mar. Alice, da. of Rob' Tinley, D'' in Divinity, 
Archdeacon of Colchester, in Essex, and Prebend, of 
S' Paul's, ill London, (remar. Rev. Thomas Bos vile, 
Vicar of Braithwell, 16 June 1657), died in a" 1649 
or thereabouts, bur. 15 Nov. 1667. They had 
issue — 

Elizabeth, mai-. Thomas Bosvile, Rector of 
Sandal, Vicar of Biaithwell, 13 July 1669, 
bur. 15 Aug. 1719. 
o. John. (See Second Line.) 

i. Margaret, bp. 21 Aug. 1596, at Laughton, wife of 
Ihomas Lord, of Brampton, in co. Ebor. ; mar. 
at Laughton 1 Dec. 1618. 

2. Anne, [1) bp 3 May 1603, at Ecdesfield, wife of James 

Trubshaw, of Bawtre, in co. Ebor. 
S. Isabell, bp. 4 June 1601 at Laughton, ivife of William. 
Stanniforth, if Rotheram, in co. Ebor., (^ rel. of 
John Swathe). 



328 dugdale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

Jf. Barbara, bp. 25 May 1614, at Laughtoii, ivifn of 

Stephen Bright, of Carbrook, after of Tho. Wnstby, 

of Ravensfield, in co. Ebor. 
5. EUzahrth, bp. Nov. 1617 at Laugh ton, tclfe of James 

FUher, Vicar of SheffiM, in co. Ebor., lie. 1640. 
Katheiine, bp. 22 Apr. 1604 at Ecelesfiekl ; mar. John 

Garland, of Tod wick. 



ANTHONY HATFEILD, of Laughton, in the Morthing, in 
com. Ebor., nt. 67 ann., 16 S'ipt. 1665, bp. 29 Oct. 1598 at 
Laughton, bur. 14 Mar. 1665-G; mar. first Elizabeth Cowlt, 
of Rotherhara, bur. 10 Feb. 1626-7. 

Mar. secondly Faylh, daughter of Thomas Westby, of Gilthwayt, 
in com. Ebor., 19 June 1628 at Rotherliam, she d. 19 Sept. 
1 659. Tiiey had issue— 
John (VI). 
1. Rosamund, wife of Charles Laughton, of Howarth, in 

com. Eborum. 
3. Martha, born 27 Sept. 1640 ; mar. 17 Feb. 1675, 
Thomas Nesbit, of York, clerk. 

3. Fayth, mar. John Fi.sher, :M.L>., of Sheffield. 

4. Prudence. 
Hannah, died 



VI. JOHN HATFIELD, of Laughton, cetatis SO an. 16 Sept. 1665, 
b. .3 June 1635, d. 4 Jan. 1711, bur. at Laughton. Will 
27 May 170S, pr. at York, 8 May 1712 (vol. Ixviii, 45); 
mar. first Elizabeth, dau. of John Disney of Swinderby, co. 
Line, 29 Mar. 1671, at Laughton. They had issue — 

Elizabeth, d. y. 
Mar. secondly Antonina, dau. of Sir Thomas Norcliffe, of 
Langton, Knt., 11 Nov. 1675 ; she d. 17 July 1707, bur. at 
Langton. Thev had issue — 

1. John (VII). 

2. Anthony, Consul at Tetuan. 'Will 14 Oct. 1754, pr. 

11 Feb. 1756 (vol. c, 7). 

3. Thomas, of London ; mar. Mary .... They had 

issue — 

Antonina, mar. Edw. Wilmot, of Duffield, Esq. 

4. Samuel, d. y. 

Elizabeth, mar. Henry Marshall, Esq., of Newton 

Kyme, May 1714. 
Dorotiiy, mar. William Woodhouse, of Reresby, co. 

Leic, a Nonconformist ISIinister. 



VIL JOHN HATFIELD, of Laughton, bp. 24 Sept. 1676. Will 
3 Oct. 1750, pr. at York, 9 Feb. 1753 (vol. xcvii, 8); mar. 
Mary dau. of Elkana Riche, of Bullhouse, Penistone, 
17 Mar. 1697-8 at Penistone. They had issue— 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 329 

Auraug-Zebe (VIII). 

Elkana, d. y. 

Jolm, d. y. 

Rosamond, d. y. 

Margaret, d. unmar., named in lier father's will. Will 

3 Oct. 1755, pr. at York, 26 Aug. 1771 (vol. cxv, 

322). 
Antonina, d. unmar. 
Ursula, d. unmar., named in her father's will, 

executrix of her sister Margaret. 
Rosamond, mar Barker, of Mansfield, against 

her father's consent. 



AUKANGZKBE HATFIELD, ESQ, of Laughton, horn 
31 May 1710. Will 16 July, pr. at York, 25 Oct. 1752, 
(vol. xcvi, 250) ; mar. Susanna, dau. of John Hatfield, Esq., 
of Hatfield (remar. William Marshall, son of Henry Marshall 
and Elizabeth Hatfield), d. IS Nov. 1793, bur. at Newton 
Kyme. They had issue — 
,\uranf;-Zebe, d. v. 
John (LX). 



IX. JOHN HATFIELD, ESQ., of Laughton, only surviving son 
and last heii- male, d. unmar. 11 Jan. 1791. Will, then 
of Doncaster, 24 Sept. 1789, pr. at York, 5 Feb. 1791 
(vol. ciiiv, 69). 



Doncaster, 9 Apr., 1666. 

SECOND LINE. 

JOIIiV HATFEILD, of Ilaiifeild, in Yorksh., third son of 
Eaphe Hatfield of Laughton, and Margaret Mirfield, ret. 
43 ami. 9" Apr. a" 1666. Capt. in Parliamentary Army, 
d. 28 Dec. 1694, bur. at Hatfield, M.I. ; mar. Frances, da. of 
Tho. Westhy, of Rnvenfeild, in com. Ebor., by his first 
wife, dauyhtf/r of Gabraell Sotcner, of ... , in com. 
limit., d." 2 Sept. 1693, bur. at Hatfield. They had 
issue — 

1. John (B). 

2. Jonathan, wt. 2 mens. 9" Apr. 1666, d. y. 
/. Hephzibah, mar. Samuel Ibbetson, of Leeds. 
2. Elizabeth, d. iuf. 

Samuel, of London ; mar. Mary, dau. of Ralph 

Spencer, of London, merchant. 
Thomas. 
Joshua. 
Anthony, d inf. 



330 DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 

B. JOHN HATFIELD, ESQ, of Hatfield, wt. 6 anu. 9 Apr. 

1666, barr.-at-law, d. Dec. 1720, bur. at Hattie'-d ; mar. 
3 Apr. 1690, Marv, dau. of Matthew Hallowes, of Newbold 
and Rochdale, d." May 1730, bur. at Hatfiel.l. They had 
is.sue — 

John (C). 

Alexander, of Manchester. 

Westby, of Sheffield, mar. and had i.s.sue. 

Samuel. 

Matthew. 

Fraiice.s. 

Margaret. 

C. JOHN HATFIELD, ESQ, of Hatfield, d. 11 May 1767, 

bur. at Hatfield ; mar. Susanna, dau. of George Lord, 
of Eccle.sfiehi, bur. at Hatfield. They had issue. 
John (D). 

George, Vicar of Doncaster, d. 25 May 1786, bur. 
there; mar. Catherine, dau. of Thomas Hallows, 
wid. of John Cromwell, d. 4 Sept. 1774, bur. at 
Doncaster. They had i.ssue — 

Susanna, mar. 1777 John Sontag, Esq., of 

the Hague. 

Ale.xander, of Wakefield, d. 28 Apr. 1777, bur. at 

Wakefield, M.I. ; mar. Barbara, dau. of Josh. Sill, 

of Wakefield and Skellow Grange. They had 

issue — 

Alexander, Captain 14th Light Dragoons; 
mar. . . . , dau. of Sir Richard Perrliyn, 
Knt., Baron of the Exchequer. 
Susanna, d. 26 June 1812, bur. at Wake- 
field, M.I. 
Westby. 
Samuel. 

Susanna, mar. first Aureng-Zebe Hatfield, Esq., of 
Laiighton (VIII), secondly William Marshall, Esq., 
of Newton Kyme. 

D. JOHN HATFIELD, ESQ., of Hatfield, d. 9 Dec. 1791, bur. 
at Hatfield. Will 1 Dec. 1790, pr. at York, 28 July 1792 
(vol. cxxxvi, 137); mar. Anne, dau. of ... . Middleton, 
30 May 1765, d. 21 July 1794, bur. at Hatfield. They had 
issue — 

Anne, sole iieire.ss and executrix of her father ; mar. 
7 Apr. 1787, William Gossip, Esq., of Thorp Arch. 

Authorities. — Hunter's "South Yorksiiire " and " Familise Minorum 
Gentium" (Harleian Soc). 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 331 

Beacon Wapextakk. Hull, 2" Sept. 1665. 



air. 



of 



Azure, three mullets Or 

of England. 
-A cock Sable, crested. 



1 an inescutcheon the badge of a Baronet 
ttled and membered Gules. 



PETER HILDYA.RI) (Flower': 
Had issue — 



and Glover's Visitations). 



n. ROBERT HILDYARD (Flower and Glover). Had issue— 

ITI. ROBERT HILDYARD, ESQ., of Scaldby, bad Winestead 
by bis second wife. {]) Will 23 Aug., pr. 3 Sept. 1428 
(LufFenam, 10), to be bur. at St. Mary Overe)', Southwark ; 
mar. first Maude Lovell. Tbey bad issue — 

Jobn, d. sans issue (Glover's Visitation). 
JNIar. secondly Isabel, dau. and coheir of Sir Robeit Hilton, 
Knt., of Winestead, Swine, etc., adnion. 6 Oct. 1453. They 
had issue — 

Sir Robert (IV). 

Maud, d. y. 

Isabel. 

Joan, mar. James Hutton (Glover). 

IV. ROBERT HILDYARD, ESQ., of Winestead. Willi 3 Mar. 
1485-6, pr. at York 21 Aug. 1489 (Test. Ebor., iv, 11), 
to be bui-. at Winestead ; mar. fiist Catherine, dau. and coh. 
of Thomas de la Hay, of Spaldington. They had issue — 

Sir Robert (V). 

John. 

Isabel, mar. first John Hotham ; secondly Sir Thomas 
Metham (Glover's Visitation, 252). 
Mar. secondly Agnes, dau. of Alexander Creyke, wid. of 
John Middleton, of Beverlev. Will 25 Feb. 1496-7, pr. at 
York 7 Apr. 1497 (Test. Ebor., iv, 133). 



332 DUGDALKS VISITATION OF VOHKSHIRK. 

V. SIR ROBERT HILDYARD, KNT., of Winestead (Robin of 
liedesdale, famous in the wars of the Roses). Admon. 9 June 
1501 ; mar. Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Joim Hastings of 
Feiiwick, Knt. Tliey had issue — 

Peter (VI). 

Othei- children. 



PETER HILDYARD, ESQ., of Winestead, Inq. P.M. 
10 Feb. IS Hen. VII (1502-3); mar. Joan, dau. and coh. 
of Sir Martin de la See, of Barmston. Will 20 Julv 
1527, pr. at York 7 Apr. 1528 (Test. Ebor., v, 230). They 
liad issue — 

Sir Christopher (VII). 

Martin. 

Peter (Flower). 

Richard, Rector of Winestead. 

Elizabeth, (?) mar. John Chapman. 

Jane, mar William Somercotes, of Bilsby, co. Line. 

Isabel, mar. Ralph Legard, of Anlaby. 

Margaret, (?) mar. . . . Fotherby. 

Catherine, mar. William Holme. 

(?) Anne, ) , i • ^i ■ »i • -n 

,,; T^,. > not named in their motliers will. 

(!) ll,linor, a nun, ) 



SIR CHRISTOPHER HILDYARD, of Winestead, (?) slain 
at Terouenne ; mar. fii-st Margaret, dau. of Sir Humphrey 
Coningsbv. Thev had issue — 

Mar/in (VIII). 

Anne, mar. William Tiiorpe. 
Mar. secondly Joan, dau. of Sir Ralph Constable, of 
Halsham. Thev had issue. 



MARTIN HILDYARD, of Wynegtude, in Holdernesse, Esq': 
Will 30 Dec. 1544, pr. at York 22 May 1545 (Test. Ebor., 
vi, 215); mar. Emme, daughter of S'' Robert Rudstone, of 
London, Kn'. They had issue — 

1. .V' Christopher Hildyard, of U'ynestede, K'., living 
in a" 15S4, bur. at Winestead 24 Julv 1602 (reg.). 
Will 15 July, pr. at York 29 July "l602 (xxviii, 
709) ; mar. Frances, dau. of Sir John Constable, 
Knt., of Burton Constable, bur. at Winestead 
2 Feb. 1595-6 (reg.). Tliey had issue-- 

William, drowned in the moat round the 

house at Winestead. 
Elizabeth, bur. 7 Jan. 1600-1 at Gains 
borough ; mar. William, son and heir 
of Charles, Lord Willoughby, of Parham. 



ducdalk's visitation of yorkshirk. 333 

2. Richard (IX). 

John, named in liis fatlier'.s will (a quo Hild3'ard, of 

Ottringliam). 
William, of York, Recorder 1581-2, M.P. 1586, bur. 
20 Aug. 1608 at Belfreys ; mar. Anne, dau. of 
William Howe, Esq. Will 4 Feb. 1619-20, pr. 
at York 5 Mar. 1621-2 (vol. xxxvi, 590), They 
had issue — 

Sir William Hildyard, Bart., of Bishop 
Wilton, bp. 11 July 1577 at Beverley 
Minster, d. 6 Oct. 1632, bur. at Bi.shop 
Wilton, M.I. Will 1 Oct. 1632, pr. at 
York 19 Jan. 1632-3 (vol. xlii, 19); mar. 
Isabel, dau. and coh. of Ralph Hansby, 
of Beverley. They had issue — 
Ann, mai-. William Norton, of Sawley. 
Elizabeth, mar. Richard Darlev, Esq. 
Marv, d. unmar. 



RICHARD HILDYARD, of Rouihe, in lloldemes^e, d. before 
his brotlier Christopher ; mar. .latta, dauyhter and heire of 
Marmaduke Thweng, of Weaverthorpe. They had issue — 
,S''- Christopher (X). 
John, I 

William, j ''• '■■ 
Ursula, mar. Richard Jackson, of Killingwold, lie. 

1596. 
Frances, mar. first Ralph More, of Bewick ; secondly 

Christopher Constable, of Hatfield. 
Jane, mar. Hector Cooper, of Risome Garth. 
Anne, mar. Thomas Heblethwaite, lie. 1605. 



6"- CHRISTOPHER HILDYARD, K'., of Winestead, which 
he had from his uncle Christopher, entered his pedigree at 
the 1612 Visitation, died circa ann. 1638, bur. at Winestead 
23 Nov. 1634 (reg.), nunc, will 22 Nov. 1634, pr. at York 
6 Jan. 1634-5 (xlii, 358); mar. EIizab,th, daughter and sole 
heire of Henry Welby, of GouskU. (Goxhill), in com. Line, 
bur. at Routh. Will 21 Nov. 1638, pr. at York 17 Jan. 
1638-9 (unregistered). They had issue— 

1. Henry (XI). 

2. S'- Robert (Second Line A). 

S. Christopher Hildyard, an Utter- Barrister of the Inner 
Temple, bp. at Winestead 17 Sept. 1615 (reg.), bur. 
at Castlegate, York, 15 May 1694 ; mar. 1 May 
1645, Mrs. Elizabeth Booth. "They had issue. 

1. Elizabeth, bp. at Winestead 21 July 1605, died 

unmarried, bur there 22 July 1631 (reg.). 

2. Anne, bp. at Winestead 25 Apr. 1607, wife of 

Leonard Hildyard of linrstall in Holdernesse. 



334 uugdalk's visitation ok Yorkshire. 

Jane, bp. at Wine.stead 18 Dec. 1616, (?) bur. there 

12 Jan. 1617-8 (reg.). 
S. Sunaniia, bp. at Wiiiestead 30 Dec. 1617, wife of 

Robert Moreton (Murton) of Kiiujstoii, upon Hull; 

mar. at St Martin's, Coney Street, IS Apr. 1638. 
Frances, bp. at Winestead 11 July 1620 (reg.); mar. 

Thomas Dowdeswell. 
Mary, bp. at Winestead 27 Aug. 1621 (reg.); mar. 

Gilbert Pepper, Clerk. 

XI. 1IE.\RY IIILDYARD, ESQ., uj Winestead and East llorsley 
in com. Sun:, which he bought, a rovalist, fined £2,330, bp. 
1 Feb. 1609-10 at Winestead (reg.)." Will 1 July 1673, pr. 
at London 15 Jan. 1674; mar. Lady Ann Leake, dau. of 
Francis, Earl of Scarsdale. They had issue — 

Henry (XII). 

Charles, bp. at Winestead 13 June 1637 (reg.). 

Edward, a Judge in Barbados. 

Philip of East Horslev, mar. and had issue (a tjuo 
Hildyard of Goxhill)". 

Robert,''d. y. 

Nine daughters. 

XII. HENRY HILDYARD, ESQ., of Winestead and of Kelstern, 
CO. Line, obtained an Act of Parliament, 1677, to sell 
Winestead, which he sold to his uncle Sir Robert Hildyard (A); 
bp. at Winestead 10 July 1636, d. abroad; mar. first 
Dorothy, dau. of Thomas Grantham of Goltho, bur. 1 Nov. 
1667, at Winestead (reg.). They liad issue — 

Christopher (XIII). 

William, (?) bp. at Winestead 24, bur. 26 Oct. 1667 
('■eg-)> d. y. 

Anne, (1) bp. at Winestead 8 Feb. 1665-6 (reg.), d. y. 
Mar. secondly Elizabeth, dau. of John Hilder, Esq. Tliey 
had issue — 

Francis. 

Thomas 

Michael. 

William, bur. at Kelstern, 5 July 1691 

Richard, bur. at Kelstern, 11 Dec. 1695. 



Kill. CHRISTOPHER HILDYARD, ESQ., of Kelstern, bur. 
1 Sept. 1719 at Kelstern ; mar. Jane, dau. of George Pitt of 
Strathfield Saye, co. Hants. They had issue — 
Elizabeth, d. unmar. 

Dorothy, mar. first 30 Jan. 1719-20 George Clayton 

of Great Grimsby ; mar. secondly Ralph Tennyson. 

Ann, bur. 10 July 1734 at Cockerington, M.I. ; mar 

Adrian Birch of Cockerington. 
Jane, mar. John Maisliall, Warden of Louth. 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 335 

SECOND LINE. 

S-- ROBERT IIILDYARD of Beverley, K' & B', second son 
of Sir Cln-istopher and Elizabetli (Welby), (tt. 5Jf, ann. 2 Sept. 
1665. He was a Gentleman of y' Frivy Chamber in Ordinary 
to K. Charles y^ P' an is also iii the like to K. Charles y' 2'^. 
He was a Colonell of Foote in y' Army of K. Charles y^ first, 
and commanded S'' Jfarmaduke Lanydale's Brigade of Horse 
when he ivas Jfajor- Generall of all his late Majesties Horse in 
England and Wales. At Marston Mcor, cr. a Baronet 
25 June 1660. Puiciiaseil Winestead from his nephew- 
Henry; a royalist compoundei- and fined £610; bp. at 
Winestead 2 June 1612 (reg ), bur. there 7 Mar. 1684-5 
(reg.), adinon. 20 Mar. ; mar. first Ja')ie, da. of Christopher 
Constable of Hatfeild in com. Ebor., Esq'', ividow of John 
Lyster, eldest son of 6'' Jolin Lyster, K', d. s.p. 
Mar. secondly Anne, danijhler and coheir of Thomas Thackrey, 
Alderman of Hull, tvidotv of S'' Edw. Monntfort of Bercote 
(Bescote) in com. Slaf, A'"', lie. 16.34, at St. Mary's, Hull. 
They had issue — 

1. Christopher (B). 

2. Robert, let. S3 ann. 2 Sept. 1665, Captain, bur. 9 June 

1685 at Beverley Minster (Poulson); mar. 11 Nov. 
1669, at St. Mary's, Hull, Ann, dau. and coh. of 
Gervase Hamerton, Esq., of Auckborough, rel. of 
Edmund Monckton, Esq. Will 4 Jan. 1706-7, pr. 
at "York (vol. Ixiv, 145). They had issue — 
Robert, d. y. 

Jane, mar. John Legard, Esq., of Anlaby. 
Ann, d. y, 
Anne, bur. 22 June 1672, at St. John's, Beverley. 
Mar. thirdly Helen . . . , d. s.p., bur. 20 Aug. 1679 at 
Beverley Minster. 

CHRISTOFHER HILDYARD, ESQ., wt. 25 ann. 2" Sept. 
1665, d. v.p., bur. at Winestead 9 Jan. 1684-5 (reg.). M.I. 
Admon. 28 April 1685; mar. 17 June 1667, at St. Mary's, 
Hull, Hester, dau. of Alderman William Dobson of Hull, 
bur. 17 Nov. 1716 at Rowley. They had issue— 

1. Sir Robert Hildyard, second Bart., of Winestead, 

M.P. Hedon 1701-2, rebuilt Winestead, d. unmar., 
bur. at Winestead 14 Nov. 1729 (reg.). 

2. Christopher, b. 1676, d. unmar., bur. 4 April 1705 at 

St. Mary's, Hull. 
William, Rector of Rowley, M.A., bur. at Rowley ; 
mar. Nancy, dau. of Thomas Croft of Stillington, 
lie. 1712 at St. Cuthbert's, Goodramgate, York, or 
Cathedral. Thev had issue- — 

Sir Robert (C). 

Nancy, j 

Frances, ;-d. unmar. 

Elizabeth, I 



336 dugdalk's visitation ok Yorkshire. 

Heiuy of Beverley, bp. 1 Aug. 1683 at Winestead, 
C?) bur. there 27 Sept. 1723 (reg.) ; mar. Mary, dau. 
of John Davison. 

Ann, d. s.p. 

Esther, d. s.p. 

C. SIR ROBERT HILDYARD, third Bart, of Winestead, 

M.P. Great Bedwyn, bp. Lo July 1716, d. at Gilling 1 Feb. 
1781, will pr. 1781 ; mar. Maria Catherine, dau. of Henry 
Darcy, Esq., of Sedbury, bur. at Winestead 25 Aug. 1747 
(reg.). They had issue — 
Sir Robert (D). 
Henry, d. 30 July 1756. 

Mai'y Catherine, bp. St. Martin's, Coney Street, York, 

1^ 7 May 173/ bur. at Winestead 17 April 1741 (reg.). 

Anne, bur. at Winestead 17 Dec. 1812 (reg.). 

Catherine, mar. James Whyte, Esq., of Denbies. She 

was bur. at Winestead 5 Sep. 1808 (reg.). They 

had an only daughter, Anne Catherine, who married 

1815 Tiiomas Blackburne Thoroton, Esq , who took 

the name of Hildyard. 

D. SIR ROBERT DARCY HILDYARD, 4th Bart., of 

Winestead, High Sheriff, Yorks, 1783, bp. at Holy Trinitv, 
Goodramgate, 8 Feb. 1743-4, d. s.p. 6 Nov. 1814, a;t. 71, 
when the Baronetcy became extinct and the estate came by 
his will to his niece, Anne Catherine Whyte ; mar. Mary, 
dau. of Sir Edward Dering, Bart, d. 3 Nov. 1816. 

Authorities — Poulson's Holderness — Wills — Registers. 



GiniNG West Wapentake. Richmuud. 19 Aug. 1665. 

Eobiiisoii of liirhbij Habtnsluatlj. 

'J'lie eiiteriiifr uf the aniies is respited till proofe be made thereof. 

1. LEONARD. He had issue— 
II. LEONARD. He had issue- 
Ill. JKROME. He iiad is.sue— 

IV. LEONARD ROBINSON, of S' Ninians, neere Richmond; 
mar. Anne, daughter of Johii Hilton, of Hilton, in com. 
W'eslrtiurland. They had issue — 



dugdale's visitation of yorkshirk. 337 

1. Jeromy (Jerome), ohijt sine prole, joined with his 

brother John in the purchase of Kirkby-Ravens- 
worth, d. s.p. 

2. Boyer, obijt sine prole. 
S. John (V). 

4. William Robinson, of EUerton, in co. Ebor. 

5. Christopher, d. s.p. 

1 . Jane, if ivi/e of Thomas Rud, of Appleton, in co. Ebor. 

2. Margaret, ivife of John Jaqnes, of Kidston, in com. 

EboruTti. 
S. Mary, y' ivife of Gervase Lighlfoot, of Redmire, in 

CO. Ebor. 
4. Elizabeth, wife nnlo James Collyns, of Kirky-Ravens- 

iverth, in co. Ebor. 

JOHN ROBINSON, of Aplegarth, in co. Abor., died a' 1655, 
purchased with his brother Jerome the manors of Kirkby- 
Havenswortli and Washton from the citizens of London, 
1633, bur. in the chancel of Marske 17 Jan. 1656; mar. 
Syth, da. of Leonard Smelt, of Kirkby-Fletham, in co. Ebor., 
bp. 22 Feb. 1596-7 at Kirkby Fleetham. They had issue— 
7. Leonard (VI). 

2. Thomas Robinson, of Eseby, in com. Eborum. Will 

dated at Skeedby 4 Mar. 1670-1, pr. 20 Apr. 1671 
(unregistered) ; mar. Margaret, da. of John 
Barilett, of Richmond, at Marske, 15 Feb. 1656-7. 
They had issue- 
John, of Easby, who had issue. 

3. Mathetv Robinson, of Middleham (? Middleton), in co. 

Ebor. 
J. Sythe, vnfe of Ninian Collins, of Ravenstveth, in co. 

Ebor., she was bur. 29 Dec. 1687 at Kirkby Hill 

(Raine). 
S. Elizabeth, ye ivife of Mathen- Berry, of Downham- 

parke in co. Ebor. 
Joan, bp. 26 Dec. 1635 at Marske (Raine). 

LEONARD ROBINSON, of Kirkby-Ravensa-ath, in com. 
Ebor., Kt. 47 an. 19 Aug. 1665, bur. 23 Mar. 1673 at Kirkby 
Hill (Raine). Will 14, pr. 30 Mar. 1673 at Richmond 
(unregistered) ; mar. Lucie, daughter of Percivall Philips, 
of Wensley, in coin. Ebor., d. Dec. 16(37, bur. at Kirkby 
Hill. M.i. (Raine). They had issue- 
Jerome (VII). 

1. Mary, coheir of her brother, mar. Roger Colville, 

Esq., of Wathcote Grange, she was "bur. 5 Aug. 
1674 at Kirkby Hill (Raine). 

2. Lueye, mar. James Cook, of Stockton on Tees (Raine). 

3. Sythe, mar. 12 Jan. 1691, at Stockton, John Morton, 

Archdeacon of Northampton (Harrison). 



Anne, 
Elizabeth, 



mentioned 1673. 



338 dugdale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

Vri. JEROME ROBINSON, Esq., of Kirkby Hill, cet. 6 an. 
19 Aug. 1665, d. s.p., bur. 3 Mar. 1674-5, leaving his sisters 
his coheirs. The estates were sold in 1675 to Sir Thomas 
Wharton, Knt., of Edlington (Raine). 

Authorities — Raine's Marske (Yorks. Arch. Journal, vol. vi, 279) — 
Harrison's Yorkshire, 124. 



The Burrodgh of Richmund. Richmund, 21 Aug. 

Cra5otk 



nf 




EubmunJj, 



Arm.s : — Argent, on a chevron Azure, three j;arbs Or, an escutcheon of pretence, 
.\rgent, a saltire Sable, between four swords erect Azure, hiked and 
pommelled Or. 

Crest: — A bear's head, couped Sable, muzzled Gules. 

I. JOHN CRADOCK oj Newhouse in Baldersdale, in com. 
Ebor., of the family of the Cradocks in SiaffordMre, died 
yj Eliz. or thereabouts, bur. at Gaiiiford 15 June 1604 (reg.) 
Will 14 June 1604; mar. Anne, dauyhter of Anthony Latns 
of Becke in com. Cumbr. They had issue — 

1. William Cradock of Nervhouse, mar. and had issue. 
?. Anthony Cradock of Woodhounes iii co. Palat. Dunelm, 
bur. Durham Cathedral 12 Jan. 162| ; mar. . . ., 
danijhler and sole heire of . . . Dickenson of Salt- 
house in com. Cuinbrice, 1 wife. They had issue — 
Joseph, of Bishop Auckland, bp. 26 May 
1594, d. s.p., desiring to be buried at St. 
Helen's, Auckland; mar. at St. Andrew's, 
Auckland, 10 June 1622, Margery Mawker. 
Cuthbert, bp. at St. Andrew's, 1 Sept. 1598. 
Mary, mar. Richard Curteis of Durham, 
stationer. 
.1/(17-. secondly Anne, dauyhler of . . . Williamson, 
if &' Elleti, Aukland in com. Dunelm,, "2 wife. 
Adm. her husband' will. Thev had issue — 



l)U(il)ALI':'s VI.SITAI'ION Ol^ YOKKSHIKE. 339 

1. Juli-n Cradock of Bishop Aukelaud. 

2. William Cradock. 

S^l^^y-} living 1633. 

Grace, bur. at St. Andrew's, 22 Jan. 167|. 
Rachel, bur. at St. Andrew's, 10 Feb. 169f. 
(?) Elizabeth, bur. at St. Andrew's, 5 Apr. 
1706. 
3. John (II). 

II. JOHN CRADOCK, D'- in Divinity and Chancelo'- of Durham, 
died in a" 1627, Vicar of Gaiuford, 1594, of Northallerton, 
Prebendary of Durham, said to have been poisoned by his 
wife, d. 28 Dec, bur. in Durliam Cathedral 30 Dec. 1627, 
il.I. ; mar. Margaret, daughter of William Bateman of . . . 
in Wensdale in com. Kbor, widow of . . . Robinson, bur. at 
Gainford 31 Jan. 163| (reg.). They had issue— 

1. Richard Cradock of Durham, Counceller at Law, b. 5, 

bp. at Gainford 10 Sept. 1592 (reg.), bur. in Durham 
Cathedral 8 Aug. 1624 ; mar. Dorothy, eldest 
daughter to Thomas Heath of Kepier (Kepyer) in co. 
Diirham, Esq"'', 3 June 1619 at ^ittington. They 
had issue — 

1. Margaret, bp. at St. Giles, Durham 26 Mar. 

1620, bur. there 8 June 1630. 

2. Dorotliy, bp, 2 Dec. 1621 at St. Mary-le-Bow. 

3. Anne, wife unto John Harrison of Scar- 

borouyh, bp. 22 July 1623. 

2. Francis, died unmarried, b. 28 May, bp. at Gainford 

5 June 1597 (reg.). 

3. John Cradock, died ivithout issue, succeeded to the 

entailed estate.s, b. 12, bp. 18 Oct. 1601 (reg.) at 
Gainford, died circ. 1656; mar. Dorotliy, dau. of 
Wm. Wright. 

4. robye(IU). 

5. S"- Joseph Cradock, K', D'^ of Laws and commissary of 

Richmund, ait. 60 an. 21" Aug. a" 1665, bur. at 
Richmond 16 Apr. 1686, M.'l. ; mar. Elizabeth, 
daughter of Robert Cruse, citizen of London, P' 
wife, bur. at Witton 16 Feb. 1643. Will 7 Feb. 
1643, pr. at London 19 May 1652 (York Rec. Ser., 
ix, 47). They had issue — 

1. Thomas Cradock, nt. S2 an. 21 Aug. 1665, 
7I.0J.V Attorney Generall in the Bt'i' oj 
Durham, Fellow Trin. Coll., Cam., Bar.-at- 
Law, adni. Gray'.s Inn 12 May 1652, M.P. 
for Richmond, 1678-88, bp. at Witton 
8 Ap. 1633, bur. in Durham Cathedral 
28 Feb. 1689-90. Will 5 Feb. 1689-90 ; mar. 
fir.st, lie. 1662, Sibilla, daughter of Gabraell 
Clarke, D"" of Divinity and Arcdeacon oj 
Durham, d. 2 Mar. 1669. Mar. secondly 



340 DU(iI)ALl';'s VI.SITATIOX OK YORKSHIRE. 

Dorothy, dan. of Nicholas Heath, of 
Little "Eden, co. ])urhara, at St. Giles, 
Durham, 21 Dec. 1671 ; bp. at St. 
Jlargaret's, Cro.ssgate, 10 Sept. 1639, bur. 
there 24 Feb. 17?^. Thev had issue — 
Jo.seph, bur. 19 Jan 1674 at St. 

Margaret's. 
Elizabeth, bp. 3 Dec 1677 at 
liichmond. 
Juispph, died mtmarried, bp. at Witton 1 June 
1634, adm. Gray's Inn 30 June 1656, 
d. s.p. 
Elizabeth, wife of Raphe Hutton, of Mains- 

forth. in com. Dunelm. 
Margaret, ivife of Raphe Boives, of Bradley 
Hall, in CO. Dunelvi ; niar. at St. Giles', 
Durham, 29 Jan. 1649. 
Anne, bp. 14 Feb. 163.5. mar. Thomas Mus- 
grave, D.D., Preb. of Durham, Dean of 
Carli-sle. 
mar. secondly Jane, daughter and heire of Anthony 
Maxton, Prebend of Durham, i>J wife, d. 18 Dec. 
1676, M.I. at Richmond. Tiiey had issue — 
7. Jane, mar. first Thomas Thweng, of Kilton 
Castle ; secondly, George Tocketts, of 
Tocketts ; thirdly, Theophilus Young, at 
St. Marv, Castlegate, York, 6 >eb. 
169f. 
3. Peregrina, mar. Sir Wm. Chaytor, of Croft. 
S. Maxton, bp. at Richmond 15 June 1665, d. 
29 Apr. 1670. 
Catherine, bur. at Ricliraond 6 May 1 665. 
Maxton, bur. at Richmond 4 June 1662. 
Thomas, bp. at Gainford 18 Oct. 1601, d. young. 
William, bp. at Gainford 8 May 1606, d. young, bur. 

there 14 June 1607 (reg.). 
Margaret, bp. at Gainford 11 Aug. 1594 (reg. ), mar. 

Rev. John Robson, Rector of Morpeth. 
Anne, bp. at Gainford 16 Sept. 1599 (reg.). 
Jane, bp. at Gainford 28 Mar. 1608 (reg.). 

Ill, TOBYE CRADOCK, an Utter Barrister of Gray es Inne, adm. 
1 Nov. 1624, succeeded to the entailed estates on the death 
of his brother John, bur. at Gainford 16 Aug. 1671 (reg.); 

mar daughter of . . . Bourne, citizen of London. 

Thev had issue — 



IV. RICHARD CRADOCK, succeeded to the entailed estates 

under a settlement made in 1619, living 1672; mar 

Thev had issue — 



DUGUALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 341 

V. WILLIAM CRADOCK, of Gilling, Esq., only son and heir, 
bur. at Gainford 8 Julv 1736, M.I. (reg.) ; mar. Mary, dau. 
of Gilbert Slieldon, of St. Andrew's, Holborn, 1715. They 
had issue — 

Sheldon (VI). 

Mary, mar. at Audley Street Chapel 9 Dec. 1740, 
Gilbert Joddrell, she d. 12 Mar. 1745, ret. 26, bur. 
at Lewknor. 

VI. SHELDON CRADOCK, Esq., of Ilartforth, only son and 
heir, bur. 13 Mar. 1752 at Gainford (reg.). Will 19 Oct. 
1750, pr. at York (unregistered); mar. first Elizabeth, dau. 
of Rev. Edw. Place, Rector of Bedale, settlement 17 Dec. 
1739, bur. at Gainford 11 Dec. 1742 (reg.). They had 
issue — 

William, Captain in the arniv, d. unm. 
Sheldon (VII). 

Mary, mar. Wm. Innes, Esq., of Sandside, co. 
Caithness. 
Mar. secondly Sarah, dau. of . . . Williamson of FoUyfoot, 
wid. of . . . Moseley, Esq. They had issue — 

Marmaduke of Harpeiley, co. Durham, bp. 5 March 
1746 ; mar. first 25 Oct. 1768, at Gainford, Dorothy 
Firbanke, bur. there 20 Sept. 1775 (reg.). They 
had issue — 

Marmaduke, bp. 9 Sept. 1770 at Gainford, 

d. s.p. 
John, bp. 6 July 1772 at Gainford, d s.p. 
Sarah, bp. 2 July 1769, bur. 20 Feb. 1770 at 

Gainford, M.I. 
Dorothy, bp. 5 Dec. 1773, bur. 1 Jan. 1774 

at Gainford (reg.). 
Dorothy, bp. 14 March 1775 at Gainford; 
mar. first John Brown, Esq., of Forcet ; 
secondly John Waite of Huddersfield. 
Mar. secondly Margaretta, dau. of Samuel Wad- 
dington, Esq., d. 7 Feb. 1826. Tiiey had issue— 

1. Joseph, of Carey Street, Lincoln's Inn, mar. 

Hannah, dau. of Charles Redman, Esq., of 
Newark. They had issue. 

2. Charles, of Denmark Hill, mar. Anna, dau. 

of William Clark, Esq., of Barforth. They 
had issue. 
1. Juliana, bp. 25 Feb. 1779 at Gainford (reg.) ; 
mar. Major Jonathan Brown. 
Mary. 
Harriett. 
Jessy Margaretta. 
Richard, bur. 18 Apr. 1747 at Gainford (reg.). 



342 



DUGDALES VISITATION OK YORKSHIRE. 



SHELDON CllADOCK, ESQ., of Uaiifo.th, b. 19 Oct. 
1741, d. 12 June 1814; mar. Elizabetli, dau. of Christopher 
Wilkinson of Tliorp on Tees, Esq., d. 25 Aug. 1812. They 
had issue — 

Sheldon (VIII). 

Christopher, in holv orders, b 30 Mar. 1783, d. unmar. 
2 Feb. 1810. MI. St Ippolits, co. Herts. 

Anne, b. 27 Jan. 1772 : mar. William Tvveddell, Esq. 

Margaret, b. 11 June 1776 ; mar. Rev. William Lax. 

Isabella, b. 29 Aug. 1781, mar. Lt. John Prince, R.N. 

Elizabeth, mar. William Innes, Esq. 

SHELDON CRADOCK, ESQ., of Hartforth, Colonel North 
Yorkshiie Militia, M.P. for Camelford, b. 27 Sept. 1777, d. 
1852, bur. at Gilling ; mar. Jane, dau. of James W^ilson 
of Saltburn. They had issue — 

Christopher. 

Henry. 

Richard. 



IX. CHRISTOPHER CRADOCK, ESQ.. of Hartforth, J.P., 
D.L., Capt. Militia, b. 1825; mar. 1855 Georgiana Jane 
Abeicrombie, dau. of Major DufiF. d. 31 Mar. 1865. They had 
issue — 

Sheldon William Keith, b. 1858. 



Authorities — Surtees' Dur 



Registers — Harrison's York- 



Bakkeston Ashe W.iPEiNTAKE 




Yorke, 13» Aug, 



of 



Arms : — Argent, on a pale Sable three lions passant of the field, a canton Gules. 

Crest : — A leopard passant proper, charged on the shoulder with a trefoil 

slipped Gules, the dexter paw resting on a shield Argent bearing a 

pale Sable. 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 343 

T. HUGH TA YLER, of lleminyhrouyh, in com. Ebor., a branch 
of y' Taylorx of Bickei'toH, in com. . . . ; mar. Alice 
Harrison, at Howden, 5 Aug. 1567 (ieg.\ Tliev bad issue — 
Nuyh (11). 

Elizabeth, wife of Bob' Walker, of Bray ton neer Selby, 
in com. Eborum. 

II. HUGH TA YLOR, of Coateg, neer Carlton, in co. Ebor., died 
circa ann. 16^0 ; mnr. Elizabeth, darighfer of Rotvland Revill, 
of Rothernm, in com. Eborum. They had issue — 
IJuyh (III). 

1. Elizabeth, P' marr. to Marmoduke Dolman, of Pock- 

linyton, 6 Feb. 1631-2 (Carlton Reg., C.B.F.); 
ny to Will'vi Beverley, of WisUnv ; & Sdly to Tho. 
Horism,an. 

2. Jane, wife <f Thomas Ricard, of Coivick ; mar. at 

Carlton 2+ Nov. 1636. 
S. Mary, wife of Gervase Ashley, of EMon on y' Woulds, 

in com. Ebor. 
4- Anne, wife o' Amwell Beale, of Barloii), in com. Ebor. ; 

mar. 7 Apr. 1640 (Carlton Reg., C.B.N.). 

5. Oath., wife of Edw. Kirllon (Kirlew), „/ Woodhall, 

neere Hembronyh, in co. Ebor., she wiis bp. 17 May 
1621 (Hist. Hemingbrough). 

6. Isabell, wife of .John Bacon, of Weltoti, in com. Ebor., 

she was bp. 14 May 1626 at Carlton (C.B.N.) 

7. Dorothy, died unmarried. 

III. HUGH TA YLOR, of Coats, in co. Ebor., cH. SS ann. IS Aug. 

a' 1666, bp. 11 Feb. 1628-9 at Cailton (reg.), bur. 1 July 
1676; mar. Elizabeth, davyhter to George Lodge, of Barlby, 
in CO. Ebor. They had issue — 

1. Hugh (IV). 

2. John. 

1. Jane, b. at Barlbv 3 Dec. 1654 (Hist. Hemingbrough). 

2. Elizabeth. 

IV. HUGH TAYLOR, a;t. H auuor. 1666, bur. 27 May 1711 at 

Carlton, Jet. 61 ; mar. Mary, dau. of Henry Beale. They 
had issue — 

1. Henrv, bp. 20 Apr. 1683, bur. 13 Sept. 1722 at Carlton. 

2. George, bp. 13 Mav 1684. 

3. Hugh, bp. 3 Mar. 1686-7. 

1. Elizabeth, bp. 25 June 1685; mar. 13 Apr. 1713, 

Henry Rousby, of Sledniere, at Carlton. 

2. Margaret, bp. 19 Mar. 1693-4. 

3. Catherine, bp. 1 Aug. 1695; mar., 26 July 1720, 

John Simpson. 

4. Ellen, bp. 3 Apr. 1696 at Carlton: mar. 19 May 

1719, at Kelliiigton, Rev. Tiiomas Hooke. 

5. Mary, bp. 22 June 1697. 

6. Susannah, bp. 27 Nov. 1702 ; bur. 19 Oct. 1779 at 

Carlton ; mar. George Rute. 



344 l)U(;l)ALK S VISIIAI'ION OK VOIiKSHlRE. 

Yuike, 13° Aug. 1666. 




^allrr 



of 



^gkfbonsf. 



Arms :— Argent, a bend engrailed cotised Sable. 

I. . . . WALLER. Had issue— 

L Nicholas Wallei-, of Sikehouse, parish of Fishlake, 
left charities, d. at Balne Hall, bur. at Snaith 
24 Jan. 1624-5. Will 1 Jan. 1624-5, pr. at York 
4 Feb. 1624 5 (vol. xxxviii, 353); mar. first 
Margaret . . . , bur. 8 Apr. 1572 at Fishlake. 
They had issue — 

Nicholas, of Balne Hall, bp. 6 Apr. 1566 
at Fishlake, d. v.p., bur. 16 Aug. 1621 at 
Snaith. Will 13 Aug. 1621, pr. at York 
24 Sept. 1622 (vol. xxxvii, 56) ; mar. Joan 
. . . , bur. 5 Sept. 1588. They had 
issue — 
Infant. 

Nicholas, bur. 23 Dec. 1592 at Fishlake. 
Mar. (?) secondly Katherine . . . , named 
in her husband's will. 
Thomasine, bp. 18 Jan. 1563-4 at Fishlake ; 
mar. there 8 Sept. 1584 Thomas Wormley, 
of Cusworth, bur. 29 Jan. 1612-3 at 
Hatfield (see Wormley pedigree, Dugdale's 
Visitation). 
(1)Mar. secondly Isabell . . . , bur. 23 Aug. 1623 
at Fishlake. 

2. Thomas (II). 

3. William. 

II. THOMAS WALLER, Mayor of Beverley, a" 1605, bur. 
21 June 1610 at St. John's, Beverley (C.B.N.) ; mar. 
P' . . . They had issue — 
Nicholas (III). 

Jane, tvife to . . . Hauijhlon, of Sykehouse, in co. 
Ebor. " 



dugdalk's visiiation of yorkshirk, 345 

Maiy, dyf.d yoiiiiy. 
Mar. secondlv Jane, lialf-sister of Richard Margerison, of 
Hook. Will's Feb. 1619-20, pr. at York 18 Mar. 1619-20 
(vol. XXXV, 592), 

III. NICHOLAS WALLER, of Sykehouse, Mayor of Beverley 
a" 162Jf, bur. at St. John's, Beverley, 27 Sept. 1634 
(C.B.N.). Will 21 Jan. 1633 4, pr. at York 19 Feb. 1634-5 
(vol. xlii, 378); mar. Elizabeth, daughter to WilVm Parkinson, 
twice Mayor of Beverley, 4 June 1611 at Suaith (C.B.N. ), 
(remar. Sir Francis Cobb, of ... , lie. 1635, at St. John's, 
Beverley, 2 Feb. 1637). They had issue— 

1. Nicholas Waller, died at Cambridge & buried in 
Allhallotvs Church there. If this statement of 
Dugdale's is correct there must have been two 
brothers of that name. 
Z. Edward (IV). 

3. 7'homas l\'aller, of Bentley, in co. Ebor., Cornet to 
S'' Franc. Cob, K'., under Pr. Rupert <b now Capt. 
of Foot in y' Regim* of S'' John Hotham, Bar'., 
had to compound for his estates, fined £122, 
bur. 2 Jan. 1678-9 at Rowley (C.B.N.) ; mar. 
Hannah, da. <fc coheire to Gnrvase Hamerton, of 
Aukeburgh, in coin. Line, 1637, at Alkborough 
(reg.). They had issue — 

1. Thomas, cet. 12" an. 1667 (sic). 

2. Edmund. 
Elizabeth, ' 
Frances, 
Theodosia. 
Elizabeth, mar. 20 June 1676, Rev. William 

Lambert, Vicar of Hornsea. 
Hannah. 
Jane. 
Jf.. John Waller, named in his father's will ; niarr. Dorcas, 
da. of Christopher Ridley, of Beverley. They had 
issue — 

Nicholas. 
Christophr. 
John. 
Elizabeth. 
5. Nicholas (see Second Line A). 

1. Eliz., wife to . . . Beckwith, of Burnby, executrix of 

her father. 

2. Anne, wife to George Blakiston of Sandall, executrix 

of her father. 

IV. EDWARD WALLER, of Sykehouse, in co. Ebor., bur. 30 Sept. 
1665 at Fishlake. Admon. at York 2 Nov. 1665; mar. 
first Olive, da. of Thomas Beckw"', of Beverley, Esq''., lie. 
1637 at St. Mary, Beverley, bur. 8 June 16+4 at Fishlake. 
They had issue — 



•th, 7 , , 

J \ dyed young. 



346 DU(JI)ALK'.S VI.SITATIOK OK YOKKSHIRK. 

Edward, ub. s. prole. 

1. Eliz. 

2. June. 

S. Fayth, (1) bp. 23 Dec. 1641 at Fishkke. 
Mar. secondly KHz., da. of Gilherl Greyory, af Banthy-Dun, 
in CO. Ebor., bp. 7 Mar. 1620-1 (Hunter). Tliey had issue— 

Nicholas. 

Edward, {]) bp. 7 May 1643 at Fishlake. 

Grfy07-y. 

Elizabeth, (?)bp. 21 Sept. 1646 at Fishlake. 

G,ace. 

Mary, (?) bp. 27 Jan. 1652 3 at Fishlake. 

Fiances. 

Anne. 

SECOND LINE 

A. NICHOLAS WALLER, of Sykehouse [son of Nicholas 

Waller (III) and Elizabeth Parkinson], bur. 26 Mar. 1708 
at Fishlake. Will 23 Jan. 1706-7 (vol. Ixiv, 416); mar. 
Eliz., (?) .\nn, da. and cuheiie to Lnke Colson, of Doncaster, 
2 Mar. 1654 at Fishlake, bur. there 2 Oct. 1669. They had 
issue — 

Thomas, (?)bp. 25 Mar. IG.iG at Doncaster (reg.). 

Nicholas (B). 

Kdioard, ) ^ ^. 1 • ,1 ■ r ^1 ' n 

r , > not mentioned m their fathers will. 

Luke, ) 

Anne, mar. John Taiiine, of Sykeliouse. Their daughter 
Ann Taifine was e.xecutrix and chief legatee of her 
grandfather Nicholas Wallei-. 

Mary. 

B. NICHOLAS WALLER, of Doncaster, grocer and mercer, 

bp. 10 Aug. 1659 at Fishlake (C.B.N.), d. v p., bur. 11 Nov. 
1706 at Doncaster. Admon. 17 Feb. 1706-7 ; mar. Hannah 
. . . , bur 14 Mar. 1722 (C.B.N.). Thev had issue- 
John, of Wakefield, ironmonger. "Will 23 July 1718 
(vol. Ixxiii, 57); mar. IMary . . . They had 
issue — 

Ann, 1 

^^'"■•[' iKimed in their father's will. 

Sarah, 

Hannah, j 

Nichola.s, of Doncaster, mercei', bur. there 28 Jan. 

1720-1, vet. thirty-one. Will 25 Jan., pr. at York 

8 Feb. 1720-1. 
Thomas, bp. 25 June 1693, at Thorne. 
Ann, bp. 29 Mar. 1696 at Doncaster ^ mar. Rev. John 

Bird, Rector of Kirk Bramwith. 
Mary. 

Martha, "I 

Elizabeth, [named in their grandfathers will. 
Hannah, I 



DUG dale's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 347 

Dickering Wapentakk. Kilham, 31 Aug. 1665. 

OEljmtliE of langtoft. 

Respite given for e.xhibitiiig the armea. 

I. PHILIP WIIEATIIP, of HinderweU- mar. first Ellen, 
dnuyhter ot' . . Waldeii, of . . , in co. Derb. They had 
issue — 

Joseph (VI). 
Mar. secoiidlv Elizabeth, widow of ]^r. Zucharv Steward, 
lie. 9 Dec. 1619. Will 21 Feb. 1648-9, pr. 20 July 1649. 
They liad issue — 

Philip, of Hinderwell, admon. 5 Jan. 1652 ; mar. 
Isabel, dau. of Robert Morley. They had issue — 
Ann, mar. Robert Crorapton, of Ruston. 

II. JOSEPH WHEAT HE, of Eullinyton, in com. Ebor., died 
in a" 1641 vel circa, matric. Queen's Coll., Oxford, 24 July 
161-5, aged 17, bur. at Rillington 8 Mar. 1641, admon. 
14 June 1641 ; mar. Elizabeth, dau. of D'' Zachary Steward, 
a divine, of the Stewards ot the Isle of Ely. They had 
issue — 

Philip (111). 

Joseph. 

Mary. 

Anne. 

III. PHILIP W HEATH E, ol Lamjtoite, in com. Ebor., mt. 40 
annorum SI Aug. a" 1665 : had maiicr <if Rillington, bur. 
17 April 1676 at Rillington. Will 30 Sept. 1674, pr. at 
York (vol Ivii, 281); mar. first Elizabeth, daughter and 
sole heire of Thomas Hungate, of Scampsto-n, in coin. Ebor., 
lie. 1642. Thev had issue — 
;. John (IV). 
S. Thomas, went beyond sea.s, named in his father's will, 

bp. 4 Feb. 1645-6. 
S. Philip, of Settrington, bp. 12 Feb. 1647-8; mar. 
Olive Spencer, lie. 1666. They had issue — 

Philip, named in his grandfather's will, bp. 

13 Oct. 1668. 
Joseph, bp. 19 Mar. 1674-5 at Settrington 

(reg.). 
Susanna, bp. 7 Oct. 1672 at Settrington (reg). 
Olive, bp. 26 Mar. 1677 at Settrington (reg.). 
Mary, had goods in her grandfather's will. 
4. Walter, went beyond seas, bp. 19 April 1651. 

An)ie, bp. 6 Oct. 1652 ; mar. John Harrington, clerk, 

of Settrington, 21 Jan. 1672-3 at Langtoft or 

Rillington. 

Mar. Mary, daughter of Francis Topham, of Upper Bradley 

in Craven, in com. Ebor., and widotv of George Spenser, of 

Langtoft, 3 wife. 



348 



DUCiDALKS V'JSlTATiON OK YORKSHIKE. 



IV. JOHN WIIEATIIE, of llilliiigton, (et. 10 an. SI Aug. 1665, 
bp. 24 Nov. 1644 at Rillingtoii ; mar. (?) Elizabeth Nelson, 
widow, lie. 1667, at St. Sainpison in Belfreys, York. They 
had issue — 

Philip, bp. 13 Oct. 1668. 

Zacliaiias, bp. 24 Nov. 1670. 

Mary, bp 30 Jan. 1672-3. 

Pene'lope, bp. 8 Jan. 1674-5. 

Elizabeth, bp. 2 Jan. 1675-6. 



OsooDCBossR Wapentake 




Yorke. 13° Aug. 1666 

lirkbfrk of .^Ijf&ilD 

atiD 

CastlrforD. 



Arms : — Quarterlv, 1 and 4 Argent, a fess betw. two lions' heads erased in chief 
and a boar's heart erased in base Gules (Birkbeck). 2 and 3 Argent, 
two bendlets Sable, in the dexter chief a mullet Gules (Kay). 

Crkbt :— An escutcheon of pretence : Quarterly, 1 and •* Argent, a saltire vert, a, 
crescent for difference. 2 and 3 . . . . 
This escutcheon of pretence is here inserted as belonging to Peter 
Birkbeck of Castleford. 

I. THOMAS BIRKBECK, of Orion, in com. Westmerl., of 
the family of Morton-Tinmouth, in com. Palat. Dunelm ; 
mar daughter of ... . Wharton. Thev had issue — 

1. Edward (II). 

2. Robert Birkbeck. 

II. EDWARD BIRKBECK, of Orion, Batchdour of Divinity, 

Domestick Chaplain to John L"^ Darcy, Fellow of Trinity 

Colledg in Cambridg, & Rector of Staveley in com. Derb., 

a Puritan divine ; mar. Anne, daughter and. sole heire of 

William Kay of Woodsome, a 3'' son of the family of Kay of that 

place, 1 wife, 14 July 1609 at Staveley, bur there 2 Aug. 

1616. M.I. They had issue— 

1. Thomas Birkbeck, of Sheffeild, in com. Ebor., A.M., 

wtatis 55 ann. 13 Aug. 1666. Yicar of Sheffield, 

1644, Rector of Ackworth. 1648, till the Restoration 

when he returned to Sheffield^ (Hunter's " Hallam- 

> Born 1611, died 8 July 1674, bur. at Sheffield. 



DUGUALE's visitation ok YORKSHIRE. 349 

shire ") ; mar. Sarah, y daughter of James Creswick, 
of Sheffeild, 7 Oct. 1639 at Sheffield, bur. there 
11 Oct. 1674. They had issue— 

Samudl, ret. 'l6 ann. 13 Aug. 1666. 

Sarah, mar. 10 June 1672 at Sheffield, Richard 
Kitson, clerk. 

2. Edward Birkbeck, died without issue. 

3. Peter (III). 

Anne, wife of Cotton Faram, of Doncaster, in co. Ebor., 
afterwards of Will'm Walesby of Nottingham ; mar. 
1st, 29 Oct. 1640 at Sheffield. 
Mar. Barbara, daughter of . . . Kay, 2 wife, 2 Sept. 1617 
at Birstal. They had issue — 
Isabel, bp. at Staveley. 

III. PETER BIRKBECK, Rector of Castleford in co. Ebor., Vicar 
of Ledsham, instituted 26 Mar. 1644, cet. 51 ann. 13 Aug. 
a' 1666, bur. 10 Feb. 1673-4 at Ledsham ; mar. Mary, sole 
daughter and heire of Thomas Nelson, of Altofts in com. Ebor. 
(by Grace, daughter of Christopher Saxton of Dunningley in 
CO. Ebor., Surveyor and comfiler of the Mafps of England, 
and heir to her brothers, they dying without issu^), lie. 1639 
at Sandal. They had issue — 

1. Thomas, bp. 26 July 1642 at Normanton, bur. 5 Dec. 

1647 at Ledsham. 

2. Peter, bp. 29 June, bur. 10 Nov. 1644 at Ledsham. 

3. Thomas (? of Castleford), cet. 18 an. 13 Aug. a' 1666, 

bp. 12 Oct. 1648 at Ledsham, ? bur. 8 Mar. 1673-4 
at Ledsham. 

4. Edward (?of Castleford), bp. 9 Jan. 1650-1 at Ledsham, 

(In the register there is the entry, " Edward B.. 
gen., bur. 11 Dec. 1676," also " Mstris Burbecke, 
wife of Mr. Burbecke of Casforth, bur. 6 Sept. 
1670," which must be either his wife or mother. 

5. John, bp. at Ledsham 24 Jan. 1659-60, and bur. there 

1 Nov. 1661. 
Barbara, died young, bp. 20 Aug. 1640 at Normanton. 
Mary, bp. 30 Apr. 1646 at Ledsham, wife of Wtn. 

Smithson of Methley ; mar. 16 Oct. 1666 at Gar- 

forth (reg.). 
Jane, bp. 28 Oct. 1652, bur. 7 May 1658 at Ledsham. 
Eliz., bp. 21 Feb. 1655-6, bur. 7 May 1658 at 

Ledsham. 
Sarah, bp. 22 Apr. 1662, died infant, bur. 31 Dec. 

1662 at Ledsham. 



1 Richard Nelson, of Altofts ; mnr. Alice, dmighter of Thomas Beclcwifh, of 
Aghton (Acton) i?i cow. Khor. 21 .\pv. 1584-, at Xornianton. 'I'hey had issue — 
Thomas Nelson, of Altofts, mar. Grace Saxtov. See above. 



350 DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 

Skyrack Wapentakk, Yorke, ISoAug 



P 




laijton of larrougljbg 
(iarroiDk). 



Arms : — Argent, a fess between three cross-crosslets botonnee fitchee sable. 

I. GABRIEL LAYTON, of Barrowby, co. York, mar , dau. 

and heiress of ... . Barrowby. They had issue — 

II. GEORGE LAYTON, of Barrowby, ? mar. Annas Eland 
(Visitation). Her will 3 April, pr. York 2 Oct. 1595 (vol 
xxvi, p. 173), to be bur. at Garforth. They had issue — 
George (III). 
Lancelot Layton, exor. of his mother. 

III. GEORGE LA YTON, of Barroughhy, in com. Ebor. ; mar. 
Joane, da. to ... . Reynolds (Reynell, 1612 Visitation). 
They had issue — 

1. Gahraell (IV). 

2. John Layton, of Berwick in Elmet, in com. Ebor. ; mar. 

Rosamund, da. of John Taylor, of Monvick, ? bur. 
1 Aug. 1661 at Barwick (reg.). They had issue — 
1. George.^ ] 



2. Frances. 



3. 


Richard. 


1. 


Eliz. 


2. 


Susan. 




John. 


Bryan Layto, mar 


had 


issue — 




Cuthbert. 




Alice. 




Mary. 



These children had 5s. each in 
Gabriel La)i;on's (IV) will. 



Susan, da. of Capt. Kighley. They 



1 There ia a licence for George Layton, gent., of Barwick, to marry Eliza Waite, 
of Haxby, at Barwick, but no entry in the register. 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 351 

3. George Layton. 

5. Cuihh* Layton, under Shireeve to S'' Richard Gargrave, 
died unmarried. ? Admon. 10 Nov. 1607, York. 
Anne, wife of Will. Morell, of Shireburne. 

IV. GABRAELL LAYTON, of Barroughhy, gent., oh. circa annum 
1640. Will 2i Aug. 1640, pr. York 30 Sept. 1641 (unregistered) 
to be bur. at Garforth ; mar. Susan, da. of Abraham Key 
(Kaye), of Almondbury, first wife (called in Visitation of 
1612 da. of William Kaye). They had issue — 

Anne, wife of Thomas Langdale, of Ehberton, Esq'', 
lie. 1632 at Trinity, King's Court, York, mentioned 
in her father's will. 
Mar. Mary, da. of Francis Arthington, of Castley, 2'^ wife. 
They had issue — 
Gabraell. (V.) 

V. GABRAELL LAYTON, of Barroughby, cut. 55 ami. a" 1666, 
supervisor of his father's will ; probably sold Barrowby, 
1 year old 1612 (1612 Visitation) ; mar. Mary, da. of 
Marke Brereclose (Brearcliffe), lie. 1632, at Garforth or Sher- 
burn, ? bur. 29 Feb. 1663-4, at Garforth (reg.). They had 
issue — 

1. Richard (VI). 

2. Stephen Layton, wt. 14 an. a" 1666. 

Rosamund, bp. 28 Apr. 1638, at Garforth (reg.) ; mar. 
Philip Jackson, of Great Askham, first husband, 
lie. 1662, at Askham or Bishophill Senior, York ; 
mar. Rich. Wright, Vicar of Whitkirke, 2nd husband, 
who was bur. there 14 Dec. 1674, lie. 1666. 

? Hester, bur. 22 Aug. 1663, at Garforth (reg.). 

VI. RICH ABB LAYTON, exor. of his grandfather's will, 1640, 
died wi"'out issue a" 1662, v.p. ; bp. 3 Nov. 1633 at Garforth 
(reg.) ; mar. Cath., da. and heire of John Stock of Doncaster. 
(She lemar. Henry Favell, second husband, 2 Aug. 1664, 
at St. Martin's, Coney St., York.) 

N.B. — Barrowby Hall was purchased by Arthur Ingram, Esq., brother 
of the first Lord Irvine, from Mr. LajH;on, whose family had owned it 
for many generations. The hall, probably built by Mr. Ingram, bears 
date 1677. (Morkill's " Whitkirk," p. 55.) 




35" UU(iI)ALES VISITATION 01'' YORKSHIRE. 

Staineclifke Wapentake. Skipton, 17 Aug. 1665. 



nf 
(JDarUton. 



Arms: — Or, a fess between three greyhounds courant Sable. 
Crest : — On a mount Vert a stag lodged proper. 

No proofe made of these arms. 
William Parkinson, of Easthurne in co. Ebor. a" 37 H. 6. 
John Parkinson, of Easthurne, 8 H. 7. 



I. JOHN PARKINSON, of Easthurne, 1 H. 8 (1509-10), d. 

8 Jan. 1600, at. 105, at Kildwick (reg.) ; mar They 

had issue — 

1. William (II). 

2. Edward, of Estburne, d. unmar. 15i9, bur. at Kildwick. 

Will, 24 Jan. 1549-50, pr. York 23 Apr. 1550 (vol. 

xiii, p. 614). 
Robert, of Eastburn, mar. Ehz. Townend, 23 Jan. 

1541 at Halifax (reg.). 
Margaret, named in her brother Edward's will. 

II. WILLIAM PARKINSON, son and heire, 1 H. 8 (1509-10), 
d. 1546, mar. Elizabeth, daughter of John Stansfeild. They 
had issue — 

III. WILL'M PERKINSON, of Easthurne, par. Kildwick, yeoman, 
b. 1536, d. 1596. Will, 27 May 1596, pr. York 25 June 1596 
(vol. xxvi, p. 317). Mar. Margaret . . . . , d. Oct. 1596. 
Admon. 24 Nov. 1596. They had issue — 
Dennis (IV). 

John Perkinson, exor. of his father's will, mar 

daughter of ... . Hyde of Winterburne, in co. Ebor. 
They had issue — 

Rose, sole da. and heire, wife of Henry Jackson, 
of Slaveley, in com. Derb. 



DUGUALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 353 

IV. DENNIS PERKINSON, died in a" 1624, vel circa ; mar. 
Elizabeth, daugh. of ... . Hill, of Winterburne, in co. Ehor. 
They had issue — 

1. John (V). 

2. Thomas Perkinson, of Carleton, in Craven, in co. Ebor., 

(Tt. 58 ann. 17 Aug. a" 1665, adm. Gray's Inn 
5 Mar. 1633-4. Purchased the estate of Carlton 
from the Ferrands in 1651. Bur. 3 May 1671 
at Carlton, M.I. Will 19 Apr., pr. York 12 May 
1671 (vol. lii, p. 12). Mar. Anne, daughter of Thomas 
Ellys, of Bradley in co. Ebor., lie. 1636 ; d. 7 Feb. 
168i, aet. 73, bur. at Carlton, M.I. They had issue— 

1. Stephen, died in father^s lifetime, adm St. 

John's, Camb., 20 Apr. 1654, ffit. 17, bur. 
11 Oct. 1655 at Carlton, M.I. Admon. 
London, 1656. 

2. Nathaniell, died in father^ lifetime. 

1. Anna, or Hannah, d. 1, bur. 5 Aug. 1695 at 
Clapham, co. Surrey ; mar. ? he. 1669, 
St. Saviour's, York, to Dr. Martin Lister, 
F.R.S., of York and London, the eminent 
Physician, born circa 1638, d. at Epsom 
2 Feb., bur 8 Feb. 1711-2 at Clapham. 
Will 25 July 1704, pr. London 4 Feb. 1712. 
(He remar. 24 Oct. 1698, Jane Cullen. See 
Diet. Nat. Biog. and Yorks Arch. Journal, 
vol. ii, p. 297.) They had issue- 
Michael, bur. Aug. 1676 at St. Helen's, 

York. 
Jane, bp. 26 Dec. 1683 at St. Margaret's, 
Westminster, bur. 10 Oct. 1688 at 
Westminster Abbey (Chester). 
Martin, Capt. 
Alexander. 



Dorothy. 
Barbara. 
Frances. 
2. Mary, mar. at St. Saviour's, York, . . . ., 
of Barnoldswick. 

3. William Perkinson, of Winterbvrn. 

4. Peter Parkinson, of Denton in co. Ehor., mar. Helen 

Parker, of Denton, He. 1630. They had issue entered 
in the Otley register, of which the Eev. Thomas 
Parkinson, Vicar of North Otterington, claims to 
be the senior representative. 

V. JOHN PERKINSON, of Estburne, at. 70 an. 17 Aug. a' 1665. 
Will, 9 Jan. 1670-1, pr. York 14 June 1672 (vol. liii, p. 87), 



354 



DUGDALES VISITATION OK YORKSHIRE. 



his wife called Jane ; mar. Mary, daughter of ... . Bradley, 
of Connondley (Cononley), in com. Ebor. Tliey had issue — 

1. William (VI). 

2. Jonathan, named in his father's will. 

Elizabeth, wife of Stephen Morehouse, of Eastburne 
in com. Ebor. 

VI. WILLIAM PARKINSON, of Eastburne, cptat. 42 ann. 17 Aug. 
a' 1665. Will 23 Apr., pr. 28 Aug. 1674, to be bur. at Kild- 
wick ; mar. Anna, dau. of Joseph Field, of Shipley. They 
had issue- 
John (VII). -A 
William. / 

Joseph. 
Mary. J 

VII. JOHN PARKINSON, had issue. His great-grandson, John 
Parkinson, of Otterburn, attorney, d. unm. in 1824, leaving 
his estate to his grand-nephew, Thomas Brown, of Skipton, 
attorney. (Information from Rev. T. Parkinson.) 



mentioned in their father's will. 



The Ainsty of Yorke. 



Yorke, 13 Sept. 1665. 




of 
lilton. 



-Quarterly, 1 and 4 Argent, on a chevron between three leopards' faces 
Sable, as many cross-crosslets fitchee of the field (Snawiell). 2 and 
3 Argent, on a bend Sable cotised Gules, three fleurs-de-lis of the 
field. (Davill.) 

JOHN SNAWSELL, of York, mar. Alice .... They had 
issue — 

William (II). 
John. 

WILLIAM SNAWSELL, of York, goldsmith, mar. Margaret 
.... Thev had issue — 



UUfiDALK's VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 355 

III. WILLIAM SNAWSELL, of York, goldsmith, Master of the 

Mint at York ; Lord Mayor, 1468 ; mar. Joan, or Jennet, 
dau. of John Thweng, of Heworth. They had issue — 

Seth (IV). 

Alice, mar. John Stoker, of Newington Green, near 
London. ("Visitation.) 

Isabell, mar. John Holme, of Huntington. (Visitation.) 

IV. SETH SNAWSELL, of York and Bilton ; is said to have had 

22 children. Will, 14 May, pr. York 12 June 1537 (Test. 
Ebor. vi, 62), to be bur. at Bilton. Inq. p.m. 19 Oct. 
29 Hen. VIII (1537) ; mar. first, Elizabeth, dau. and h. 
of William Davill, of Bilton. They had issue- 
John (V). 

Seth, of Blacktoft, mar , dau. of ... . Conceyte, 

of Holden. They had issue — 

Edward, mar , and had — 

Dorothy, mar. Richard Snawsell. 
Thomas. 
Isabel, mar. John, son of Sir Henry Gates, 

of Seamer. 
Anne, mar. George Aske. 

Anne, mar Metham, of Lockton. 

Katharine, mar. Ralph Pulleyn, of Scotton. 
Mar. secondly, Katherine, dau. of Ralph (?) Pulleyn, rel. 
of Thomas de la River (remar. Henry Ughtred. 1584 
Visitation). They had issue — , 

William, of jSawood, hving 1584 ; mar. Katherine, dau. /C 
of Oswold Sisson. They had issue — 
William, ffit. 6, 1584. 
Thomas. 
John s.p. 
Francis. 
Joane. 
Margaret. 
Dorothy. 
Ann. 
Elizabeth. (Glover.) 

V. JOHN SNAWSELL, of Bilton, d. v.p. 2 Nov., 22 Hen. VIII. 
Inq. p.m. 1 May 24 Hen. VIII, bur. at Bilton ; mar. Katherine, 
fn dau. of Richard M^ansard. They had issue — 
Thomas (VI). 
Mar. secondly, Maude .... (remar. William Beckwith, of 
Clint). 

VI. THOMAS SNAWSELL, of Bilton, heir to his grandfather, 
then aged 27 ; mar. Anne, dau. of Sir Richard Mauleverer, 
of AUertou. They had issue — 
Brian (VII)'. 



356 lJU<il>ALK'.S VISITATION OK YORKSHIRE. 

Richard, citizen of York, mar. his cousin Dorothy, 
dau. of Edward Snawsell. They had issue Thomas 
and others. 
Robert, mar. Mary Dougham. 
Elenor. 
Elizabeth. 
VII. BRIAN SNAWSELL, of Bilton and Easingwold, d. 30 May 
5 Mary. Will 10, pr. 19 June 1557 (vol. xv, i, 295), 
to be bur. in the quire of Easingwold ; mar. Elizabeth, dau. 
of Richard Wentworth, of West Bretton. They had issue — 
Robert (VIII). 

Thomas, of Thorganby, gent. Will, 23 June, pr. York 
2 Nov. 1598 (vol. xxvii, 419) ; mar. JuUa, dau. of 
Sir William Mallory of Studley (remar. Wilham 
Oglethorpe of Oglethorpe, lie. 1601, at Bramham). 
They had issue — 
William. 
George. 
Margaret, mar. Edward Hanceby, of Greystock, a 
minister. 
VIII. ROBERT SNAWSELL, Esq., of Bilton ; at the Visitation of 
1584 and 1612 ; mar. Anne, dau. of Thomas Waters of 
Uffington, CO. Line. They had issue — 

1. Seth, eldest son, a;t. 10 in 1584. 

2. Hugh (IX). 

3. Francis, s.p. 

Margaret, mar. Marmaduke Vincent, of Great Smeaton, 

lie. 1599 at Bilton. 
Joan, mar. John Overton, of Easington, lie. 1606 at 

Easington or Ellerton. 
Priscilla. 

IX. HVGH SNA WSELL, of Bilton, in co. Ehor., Esq-, died 29" Aug. 
a' 1661 ; mar. Isahell, daughter of S'' Thomas Beaumont of 
Stoughton in com. Leic, K'. They had issue — 

1. Robert, died unmarried. 

2. Thomas (X). 

3. John Snawsell, a Merchant of Turky. 

4. Hugh, died unmarried. 

Elizabeth, wife of S'' John Anderson, of Broughton in 
CO. Line., Bar ; mar. 5 Nov. 1659. (De la Pryme's 
Diary, 119.) 

X. THOMAS SNAWSELL, of Bilton, Esq'; wt. 47 an. 13 Sept. 
1665 ; adm. Gray's Inn 14 May 1639 ; mar. Anne, daugh. of 
Franc Staresmore, of Frowlesworth in com. Leic, Esq''. 

Authorities — 1584 and 1612 Visitations. 




DUG dale's visitation OF YORKSHIRE. 357 

OusE AND Darwent Wapentake. Yorke, 20 Martij 1665-6. 

r 

aEormeUy 

of 
Kikljall. 

Arms : — Gules, on a chief indented Argent, three lions rampant Azure. 

I. ROBERT WORMELEY, of Hatfield. Died 20 Feb., 10 
Hen. VII. (1494-5). 

II. CHARLES WORMELEY, of Hatfield. Had issue- 
Ill. JOHN WORMELEY, of Hatfeild, in com. Ehor., heir to his 
grandfather, bur. 30 Mar. 1567 at Hatfield. Will pr. at 
York 11 Dec. 1567 (vol. xvii, p. 746). Mar. Margaret, 
daughter of ... . Hutchins, exor. of her husband. They 
had issue — 

1. Symon Wormeley, of Hatfeild in com. Ehor., ohijt sine 

-prole. Signed 1585 Visitation. Bur. at Hatfield. Will 
26 July, pr. 31 July 1591 (vol. xxiv, p. 656). 
Mar. Ann, dau. of ... . Claxton, of Burnhall 
(Hunter). 

2. Christopher (IV). 

3. Thomas Wormeley, of Cusworth, gent. Bur. 24 Feb. 

1627-8 at Hatfield (reg.). Will 18 Feb. 1627-8, 
pr. at York 10 Mar. 1627-8 (vol. xl, p. 168). Mar. 
first, Thomasin, daughter of Nicholas Waller, of 
Sikehouse, in co. Ehor., 8 Sept. 1584 at Fishlake, 
bp. there 23 Jan. 1563-4, bur. 29 Jan. 1612-13 at 
Hatfield (reg.). They had issue — 

Nicholas, bp. 10 June 1585 at Thorne, biir. 

there 31 July 1585. 
Joseph, bp. 7 Nov. 1591 at Thorne ; died 
young. 
2. Susan, wife of Gervase Bosvile, of Warmsworth, 
in CO. Ehor. ; mar. 13 July 1601 at Thorne, 
after to Thomas Vincent, of Warmsivorth ; 
she was bp. 9 Oct. 1586 at Thorne, and 
bur. 8 Dec. 1652 at Conisborough. 



358 DUG dale's visitation of yorkshirk. 

2. Sarah, wife of Edmund Yarborouqh, of Snayth, 
in CO. Ehor. ; mar. 28 May 161 i at Hatfield ; 
she was bp. 11 June 1589 at Thome, and 
biir. there 17 Aug. 1662. 
Mar. secondly Margaret, dau. of ... . Usher (wid. 
of Gilbert Rayney and Christopher Wray), 21 June 
1614 at Sprotborough ; bur. 2 May 16-li at Melton 
(Paver). 
Francis, had 40 marks in his father's %yill. 
Jane, wife of Thomas Mosdey, a mercht. in Yorke. 

IV. CHRISTOPHER WORMELEY, of Kingston super Hull, 
merchant ; bur. 27 July 1588 at St. Mary's, Hull. Will 
4 June. 27 Ehz., pr. at York 13 Aug. 1589 (vol. xxiv, 204). 
Mar. Elizabeth, daughter of Richard Hogge, of Marflete, near 
Hull in Holdernesse. They had issue — 

1. Edward Wormley, of Halfeild, dyed without issue. 

Aged three 1585. Will 23 Oct. 1662, pr. at York, to 
be bur. in Riccall church (vol. xlv, 243). 

2. Hmry (V). 

3. Christopher Wormeley, of Adwick, i)i com. Ehorum, bp. 

15 Mar. 1588-89 at St. Mary's, Hull. Mar. Mary, 
daughter of William. (? Philip) Adams, of Austin 
(Auston) in com. Ehor. ; lie. 1619 at St. Mary's. 
Bishophill, York. They had issue — 

Christopher, bp. 7 Nov. 1626, at Adwick. 
John, bp. 23 June 1635 at Adw-ick. 
William, bp. 14 Sept. 1636 at Adwick. 
Mary, bp. 30 Mar. 1624, at Adwick. 
Margaret, bp. 27 Nov. 1628, at Admck. 
Jane, bp. 22 Dec. 1629 at Adwick; mar. 

her cousin John Wormley. 
Anne, bp. 17 Apr. 1631 at Ad\^'ick ; mar. 
her cousin Edward Wormley. 
Jane (?) mar. John Langton, of Winterton, co. Line. ; 

lie. 1602 at Marfleet" (C.B.N.). 
Mary, mar. Richard Newsome of Fishlake ; He. 1614 
at Warmsworth. 

V. HENRY WORMELEY, of RiJ,-hall, in co. Ehor. Dyed in 

a' 1637. Bp. 27 Dec. 1584 at St. Marv's, Hull. Will 

21 Oct. 1657, pr. in London 6 May 1658 (Wootton, 226) ; to 

be bur. at Riccall. 3Iar. Margaret, y' daughter of Christopher 

Conset, twice L'' Mayor of Yorle, lie. 1612 / bur. 2 June 

1652 at Riccall. They had issue — 

1. Edward Wormeley. of Rikhall, in com. Ehor., Esq''., 

o't. 53 annorum 20 Martij a" 166.5-(6) ; bp. 25 Aug. 

1613 at Riccall ; named in his uncle Edward's will, 

1662. Mar. Anne, daughter of Christopher Wormley, 

of Adunck, in com. Ehor., his cousin, named in 

her uncle Edward's will. 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 359 

2. Christopher Wormeley (VI). 

3. John Wormley, of Riccall, clerk, bp. 3 Sep. 1622 at 

Riccall ; will 21 Dec. 1668, pr. at York (vol. 1, 
317). Mar. Jane, daughter of Christoph'' Wormley, 
of Adu'ick, in co. Ebor. They had issue — 

1. Edward. 

2. Henry, Rector of St. Dennis, York, 1682. 

1. Mary, named in her father's will. 

2. Jane, named in her father's will. 
Margaret, mar. Francis Wilkinson, gent., at Barton- 

on-Tees, lie. 1636 at Riccall. 

VI. CHRISTOPHER WORMELEY. Adm. at Gray's Inn 26 Jan. 
1638-9 ; bp. 18 Oct. 161-1 at Riccall ; d. 18 Oct. 1659. M.I. 
Barnby Don. Mar. Marg', daughter to Rich'^ Neivsome, 
of Fishlake, in com. Ebor., lie. 1611, mar. 12 Ap. 1612 at 
Riccall, bp. 23 Mar. 1616-17. They had issue- 
Edward (VII). 

1. Elizabeth. 

2. Mary. 

VII. EDWARD WORMLEY, wt. 23, ann. 20 Martij 1665{-6) ; bp. 
4 Ap. 1613 at Fishlake ; bur. at Riccall.^ Mar. Elizabeth 
Wilkinson, of Croft, lie. 1663 there. They had issue — 

VIII. CHRISTOPHER WORMLEY, ESQ., of Riccall. Will 3 May 
1692, pr. at York 21 Mar. 1692-3 (unregistered). Mar. 
Jane, dau. of Col. Robt. Hume. They had issue — 

Robert (IX). 

Margaret, named in her father's will. 

IX. ROBERT WORMLEY, ESQ., of Riccall. Bur. 22 July 1712 
at Riccall. Will 30 June, pr. at York 11 Aug. 1712 (un- 
registered). Mar. Elizabeth, dau. of Robert Ash of Cotting- 
ham, lie. 1706 (remar. at Riccall 1 July 1715, Emanuel 
Justice, Esq., of York, and 2 Feb. 1719, Thomas 
Cooper, Vicar of Riccall), bur. 1 May 1743 at Riccall. 
They had issue — 

Edward (X). 

Christopher, of Selby, Esq. Mar. Margaret .... 
They had issue — 

1 There are three burials of persons named Edward Wormely at Riccall : 14 Feb. 
1678-9, 4 July 1680, 6 May 1681. Query, did he marry secondly Dorothy Fairfax, 
of Bolton Percy, lie. 1666? 



360 Duc; dale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

Christopher Wormlev, Esq., of Riccall, ju. ux. ; 
d. 17 Mar. 1800 ;" will 2.3 .Jan., pr. at York 
2.5 Sept. 1800 (vol. cxliv, 245). Mar. 
Jane Farrow, Lady of the Manor (remar. 
Toft Eichardson, Esq.), d. 1843. They 
had issue — • 

Margaret, mar. James Kilvington 
Lamb, Esq. 
Jane, named in her father's will. 

X. EDWARD WORMLEY, Esq., of Riccall, Lord of the Manor, 
bp. 30 .Tune 1708 ; d. 7 Dec. 1787 ; bur. in Riccall chancel. 
Will 17 Sept. 1786, pr. at York 26 Mar. 1788 (vol. cxxxii, 
138)1 ; mar. Mary, dau. of Thomas Piilleyn of Burley, d. 
16 July 1731, a^t. twenty-seven. They had issue — 
Anna Maria, d. inf. 



GiLLiNG East Wapentakk. Richmund, 21 Aiijj. 1665. 




JFninke 

of 

ITuiigbton,' 



iled Or. 
Crkst:— A falcon close Ai-gent, beaked and belled Or 



I. S-- LEONARD (" William " in earlier Visitation f FRAXKE, of 

Knighton in co. Ebor.. K', mar daughter of Thomas de 

r^^f Grantore of Flasehy in Craven in co. Ebor., Esq. They had 



' He left his estates to his natural son, William Gibson or Wormley, and in 
ease of his death to Jane Farrow, who married his nephew Christopher Wormley 
as above, who in his will left the estates to his wife Jane, sole executri.x, mentioning 
her daughter Margaret. Riccall seems to have come to Toft Richardson. 

2 Kneeton, in the par. of Middleton Tyas. 

' See Additional Pedigrees in Visitations of Yorkshire (Foster's edition). 



1)U«I>ALe's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 361 

II. MARMADUKE FRANKS, of Knighton, Esq'; mar 

daughter and heire of ... . Danhij of Leake. They had issue — 

:il. LEONARD FRANKE, of Knighton in co. Ebor., Esq'-, mar. 
Alice, daughter of S'' James Metcalfe, of Nappa in com. Ebor., 
Kt. They had issue — 

Henry (IV). 

Richard, of London, a draper ao 1576. 

WilUam. 

Marmaduke. 

:V. HENRY FRANKE, of Knighton, Esq'-, mar. Margaret, daughter 
of John Butler of Nunnington in com. Ebor., Esq. A recusant 
160i, with daughter Jane and son George, with Elizabeth 
his wife. They had issue — 

1. George (V). 

2. Thomas, died unmarried. 

3. Christopher, settled in Sussex. 
Joane. 

V. GEORGE FRANKE, of Knighton, Esq'; died in a" 1607, 
vel circa. Will pr. York 26 Sept. 1608 (unregistered), 
to be buried in Middleton church ; mar. Elizabeth, eldest 
daughter and coheire of William Beckwith, of Clynt in com. 
Ebor., Esq'-. They had issue — 

Marmaduke (VI). 

Thomas, } 

Richard, ) ' 



named in their father's 



VI. MARMADUKE FRANKE, of Knighton, Esq'; mtatis 68 
annorum 21" Aug. a" 1665. A royahst compounder and fined 
£10-1. Will 26 Sept., pr. York 3 Nov. 1666 (unregistered), 
to be bur. with ancestors in Middleton church : mar. 
Catherine, daughter of John Ingleby, younger brother to 
S'- William Ingleby of Ripley in co. Ebor. K', 1 wife. Mar. 
Sarah, daughter and coheire of Robert Teasdale of Marsham 
in com. Eborum, 2 wife. Mar. Mary, daughter of Francis 
Scargill, of Tunstall in com. Ebor., Esq'-, 3 wife. They had 
issue — 

1. Elizabeth, wife unto Nicholas Salkeld. 

2. Prisca, mar .... Wormley, e.xix. of her father and 

had residue. 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 

iTDALE Wapentake. Malton, 29° Aug. 1665. 




fSarton 

of 
(JDatotou/ 



Arms : — Quarterly, a crescent for difference. 1 and 4 Ermine, on a fess Gules 
three annulets Aj-gent. 2 and 3 Gules, three lions passant in bend 
Argent cotised gobony of the second and Azure. 

Ckkst : — A wolf's head erased Argent, a orescent Gules for difference. 



I. RICHAED BARTON, aUas CHAPMAN, a younger son of 
y« house of Barton of Whenby (1612 Visitation). He had 



II. GEORGE BARTON, dwelt at Calveton, aUas Cawton, co. 
York ; mar. Anne, daughter to ... . Wilhanison, of Birdsall 
(1612 Visitation). They had issue — 
William (III). 
Margery, wife of John Lockwood, of Garton. 

III. WILLIAM BARTON, of Cauton in co. Ebor., descended from 
a younger son from y' Bartons of Whenhy in co. Ebor., bur. 
at Gilling. Will 15 Dec. 1597, pr. York 27 June 1598 (vol. 
xxxii, 339) ; )nar. first Elizabeth, daughter of Will'm Botteresse 
of Ardenside in co. Ebor. They had issue — 

1. Thomas Barton of Cauton, of ichom there is no issue 

remayning, Eet. 20, 1584 ; at 1612 Visitation ; d. 
s.p. 1630 ; mar. Frances, dau. of Edward Barton, 
Esq., of Whenby, He. 1595. 

2. Robert (IV). 

1. Hellena, ^vife of WiUiam Fairfax of Ne\\i;on Grange. 

2. Rachel, wife of Christopher Hebden of Sewerby. 

3. Margery, wife of Lawrence Rawden, Alderman of 

York, Uc. 1598; bur. in St. Crux 18 Apr. 1644 
(C.B.N.). 
Mar. secondly, Catherine Yoward of New Malton, lie. 1592. 



In parish of Gi 



DU(iOALKS VISITATION OK YORKSHIRE. 



363 



IV. ROBERT BARTON, of Cawton, heire to his brother. Admon. 
lOFeb. 1630-1 to liis wife Anne ; mar. first Elizabeth, daughter 
of Wilfred Brand of Sutton and Wliitestone Cliff, lie. 1592. 
Tliey had issue — 

1. William Barton of Cawton, obijt sine prole mascula. 

Admon. 22 Dec. 1620 to his father, his wife re- 
nouncing. Mar. Helen, daughter of Charles Tankard. 
of Whixley in co. Ebor., Esq': 

2. John (V). 

Elizabeth, wife of Will'm Rosse, of Caivton in com. 
Ebor. (Glover's Visitation, 213). 

V. JOHN BARTON, of Cawton, died a" 1657 or thereabouts. Admon. 
London, 1656 ,• mar. Ruth, daughter of George Watson of 
Old Mallon in co. Eborum, lie. 1637 there. The)^ had issue — 

1. George (VI). 

2. Thomas. 

3. William. 
Barbara. 

VI. GEORGE BARTON, of Caivton in co. Ebor., at. 26 ami. 29 Aug. 
1665; mar. 15 July 1656, at All Saints', York (C.B.N.), 
Mary, daughter of Francis Lascells, of Ganthorpe in com. Ebor. 
They had issue — 

1. Thomas (VII). 

2. George, wt. 2 an. et 9 mens. 

3. Lascells, cut. 12 sejitim. 

1. Elizabeth. 

2. Mary. 

VII. THOMAS BARTON, est. 7 an. 29 Aug. 1665, barrister-at-)aw. 
adm. 7 Nov. 1685 at Gray's Inn, Bencher 6 July 1715. 



OSGODCROSSE WAPENTAKE. 




Ar.ms : — Sable, on a chevron betwe 
Gules. 



Pomfret. 7° Apr. 

tlBitttoortl) 

of 

^outb (Blmsall. 

three leopards' faces Or, as many 



364 dugdale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

I. THOMAS WENTWORTH, of Emsall, in com. Ehor., Esq-, 
mar. Jane, daughter and cnheire of Oliver Mirfeild, of Hoivlcy 
in com. Ehor. They had issue — • 

1. John Wentworth, from whom the Wentworths of Emsall 

are descended. (See vol. i, p. 295). 
Rorjer (II). 

!I. ROGER WENTWORTH, of South Kirhy, in com. Ehor., and 
Haiidthwaite. Will 9 July 1551, pr. at York 27 Oct. 1551 
(Reg. Test, xiii, 790) ; to be bur. at Adwick ; mar. Elizabeth, 
daughter and heir of John TFew((worth) of Pomfret in com. 
Ehor. They had issue — 
Thomas (III). 
7. Isahell, tvife to Lyontll Portington, of Barnhy super 
Don, in co. Ehor. 

2. Elizabeth, wife of Nicholas Fitz-Williams, of Bentley, 

in com. Ehor. 
John, of London and Handthwaite, (?) bur. at Adwick 
10 Sept. 1556. Will 28 Aug. 1556, pr. at York 
5 July 1557 (Reg. Test, xv, i, 301). Mar. and had 
issue — 

Elizabeth, named in her father's will. 

William, 

Ri<3hard, 

John, 

Alice, 

Anne, I 

Barbara, I 

III. THOMAS WENTWORTH, of South Kirkby. Mar. Eliz., 
daughter and heire of Edward Flintell [Flinthill], of Kirhy. 
Will 28 Apr. 1581. pr. at York i Sept. 158-1 (Reg. Test, xxii, 
566). Thev had issue— 

1. Thomas (IV). 

2. Roger Wentworth, of Stubs-Walden, in com. Eborum. 

Will 2 Jan., pr. 15 Jan. 1592-3 (Reg. Test, xxv) ; 
to be bur. at Womersley. Mar. Anna ... They 
had issue — 

Roger, had lands in his father's will. 
Robert, named in his father's mil. 
Thomas, had £20 in his father's will. Mar. 
and had issue — 
James. 
Roger. 
Dorothy, mar. Henry Oglethorpe. 

3. Hugh Wentworth (Second Line A). 

4. Christopher, of Little Houghton. Mar. Eliz., dau. of 

Ralph Baxter. They had issue — 



named in their father's will. 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 365 

William, '\ 
Thomas, 

Roger, Inamed in their grandmother's will. 

John, 

EUzabeth, j 

Barbara, mar. Edmund Tetley, 1 j .n • 

.,. mi Tj i II named in their 

Ahce, mar. Thomas Fretwell, > ,, , •,, 
■cif I xi T 1 -n. mother s will. 

Elizabeth, mar. John Dey, ; 

Katherine. 

Dorothy, mar. Barnaby Skiers. 

IV. THOMAS WENTWORTH, of South Kirlcby. Mar. Ursula, 
daughter of John Swinhow, at Adwick, 20 Nov. 1554. They 
had issue — 

Will/am (V). 

John. 

Thomat. 

Dorothy. 

Frances. 

V. WILLIAM WENTWORTH, of South Kirliby, at Visitation 
of 1612. " Buried in the great snow," 23 Jan. 163-1-5 
(Hunter S.Y.). Mar. Margery, dau. of John Hales. They 
had issue — 

Thomas (VI). 

William, of South Kirkby. Will 1 Sept. 1616, pr. at 
York 16 May 1617- (vol. xxxiv). Mar. Elizabeth, 

dau. of Bradley. They had issue — 

Thomas. 
Anne. 
Hugh. 

R'chard, of South Elmsall. Mar. Anne, dau. of Henry 
Holgate, of Grimethorpe. They had issue — 

Thomas, bp. 13 Sept. 1625, settled in Virginia 

or Maryland. 
Godfrey, bp. 21 June 1630. 
Matthew, of Grimston, bp. 6 Dec. 1632. 
Joseph, bp. 9 Oct. 1642. 
AUce, d. young. 

Dorothy, mar. The. Worral, of Cadeby. 
Michael, of South Elmsall, mar. Jane Birkhead, d. 
17 Jan. 1660 (Hunter). They had issue— 

Darcy, settled in Ireland, steward to Lord 

Roscommon. 
Michael, bp. 3 July 1632. 

Anne, mar Knovil. a painter. 

Anne, mar. John Rayne}', of Tiers Hill. 
Elizabeth, mar Horncastlc, of Ackworth. 



366 duuoale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

VI. THOMAS WENTWORTH, of Kirkby, set. twenty-six, 1612 ; 

bur. 23 May 1654. Mar , dau. and coheir of ... . 

Marshall, of Woodlesford. They had issue (as by Hunter's 
S.Y., 456)— 

William, a captain under Sir George Wentworth. 

George, bp. 12 Dec. 1625, a merchant in London. 

Thomas, bp. 20 Feb. 1630-1, of Kirkby. 

John, bp. 18 Dec. 1635. In the household of William, 
Earl of Strafford. 

Wombwell, b. 14 Jan. 1637-8. " Died in the sickness." 

Michael, bp. 21 Oct. 1641. 

Six daughters. 



SECOND LINE. 

HVGH WENTWORTH, of Thurnscough (Thurnscoe) Grange, 
in CO. Ehor. (son of Thomas Wentworth and Eliz. Flinthill). 
Will 16 Oct., 38 Eliz., pr. at York 13 Apr. 1597 (xxvi, 510) ; to 
be bur. at Thurnscoe. Mar. Beatrice, sister of S'' Tho. 
Waterton, of Walton, in com. Ehor., K', ividd., of Ralph 
Barnbij, of Barnhy Hall in co. Ehor., 1st wife. They had 
issue — 

Thomas (B). 
Mar. secondly, Katherine Elliott, of Bolton on Dearn, lie. 
1592 to marry there. 

THOMAS WENTWORTH, of Thurnscough (Thurnscoe) 
Grange, died in anno 1624. Mar. Alice, daughter of Will'm 
Watson, of Bolton upon Dearne, in co. Ehor. there 14 Feb. 
1604 (Transcripts, York). They had issue— 

1. Hugh (C). 

2. Christopher, died unmarried. Bur. at Kirkby 20 Apr. 

1658. 
Mary, wife of Thomas Day, of South Emsall, in com. 
Ehor., mar. 30 Nov. 1631. 

HVGH WENTWORTH, of South Emsall, in com. Ehor., 
wt. 58 annor. 7 Apr. 1666, bur. 28 Dec. 1680. Will 27 Nov. 
1680, pr. at York, 7 June 1681 (vol. lix, 95). Mar. Elhaheth, 
daughter of John Brown, of Manston in the parish of Whit- 
church, in com. Ehor., at Whitkirk 30 July 1635. They had 

Thomas (D). 

John, bp. at Whitkirk, 10 Oct. 1638; named in his 

father's will. 
Darcy, bp. at Whitkirk, 17 Dec. 1639 ; d. 23, bur. 

30 Mar. 1680 at Tankersley. M.I. 
Hugh, Rector of Tankersley, bp. at Whitkirk. 1 Aug. 

1642 ; d. 1715. 



UUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



367 



THOMAS WENTWOETH, of South Elmsall, cet. 30 ann. 
7 Apr. 1666. Bp. at Whitkirk 19 June 1626 ; d. 17 Feb. 
1680-1, set. forty-four ; bur. at Tankerslej'. M.I. Mar. 
Martha, dau. of Richard Darley of Wilton. They had 
issue — 

Hugh (E). 

Elizabeth, named in her grandfather's will. 



E. HUGH WENTWORTH, of South Elmsall, bp. at Tankersley, 

1 July 1679 ; mar. Hannah, dau. of Nicholas Leake, of Hedley, 
CO. York, at York Minster, 13 Apr. 1708. They had issue — 

Hugh (F.). 

Catherine, unm. 1743. 

Martha, unm. 17-13. 

F. HUGH WENTWORTH, Major in General Guise's Regiment. 

1741, then unm. ; bp. 7 Nov. 1714 at Kirkby. (Hunter.) 

Authorities — Hunter's South Yorkshire — Wills at York. 



Allectonship Wapentake. 



Yorke, 23 Mart. 1665. 




of 



I. WILLIAM WAKEFIELD, of Pontefract. Will 20 Sept., pr. 
4 Oct. 1466 (vol. iv, 226), to be bur. at All Saints ; mar. AUce 
, . . . executrix of her husband. They probably had issue — 



368 dugdalk's visitation of Yorkshire. 

II. WILLIAM WAKEFIELD, Mayor of Pontefract, 1503. Will 
31 July, pr. 2 Oct. 1521 (vol. ix, 177), to be bur. in All Hallows ; 
mar. Jennet .... executrix of her husband. They had 
issue — 

John (III). 

Peter, Mayor of Pontefract, 1535 (Holmes). 
Thomas, named in his father's will. 
Agnes, named in her father's will. 



III. JOHN WAKEFIELD, Mavor of Pontefract, 1526 and 1543. 
Will 28 Feb. 1543, pr. 24 Mar. 1543 (vol. xi, 737) ; mar. Agnes, 
dau. of Thomas Mering, of co. Notts. They had issue — 

Thomas (IV). 

John 

Wilham 

Anthony J named in their father's will. 

Effame 

Katherine 



IV. THOMAS WAKEFIELD, Mayor of Pontefract, 1551. Will 
22 Apr., pr. 30 June 1573, to be bur. in All Hallows Church, 
Pontefract, near Ms father and mother (vol. xix, 655) ; mar. 
Ann, dau. of Wilham Eland, of Carleton. They had issue — 

1. Edward (V). 

2. Thomas, Mayor of Pontefract, 1570. 

3. Michael, named in his father's will ; mar. . . . dau. of 

. . . Ske'ton, of Pontefract. They had issue — 
Richard. 

4. Wilham, named in his father's will. 
Susanna, mar. Wm. Baxter, of Normanby. 

Alice, named in her father's will, mar. Richard Ashton. 
Ann, named in her father's will, mar. Leonard Lock- 
wood, of Marfleet. 



EDWARD WAKEFIELD, of Kingston upon Hull, living a' 
1584, Mayor of Hull, 1581 and 1592 ; mar. Joane, daughter of 
Ninyon Bee, of . . . in com. Northumbrice. They had 
issue — - 

Joshua (VI). 

•John. 

Mar. secondlv, Janet, dau. to . . . Johnson, of Hull, wid. of 
. Nayler '(vol. xxviii, 582) Will 21 Feb. 1599-1600, pr. 



8 Apr. 1602, to be bur. at Hull. 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 369 

JOSHUA WAKEFIELD, of Pomfret in co. Ehor., dyed in 
a" 1650 or thereabouts. Mayor of Pontefract, 160-i and 1613 ; 
tet. U, 1584 ; bur. at Pontefract 10 Mar. 1650-1, ; mar. 
(lie. 1605) .Jane, daughter of Robert Legerd, of Hull, a younger 
brother to Robert Legard of Anlaby in com. Eborii. They had 
issue — 

1. WUlni. (VII). 

2. Thomas, died unmarried, of Sessay, Clerk. Will 1 Sept. 

1661 (vol. xlv, 608), bp. at Pontefract 13 Apr. 1607, 
? bur. 7 July 1663 at Sessay. 

3. Richard Wakefield of Kildale in Cleveland, bp. at Ponte- 

fract 11 Dec. 1608. He had issue. 

4. Edward Wakefield of Grasfield in com. Line, bp. at 

Pontefract 11 Sept. 1614. He had issue. 

1. Anne, bp. at Pontefract 4 Nov. 1610, ivife of Rowland 

Simson of Cambridge. 

2. Mary, bp. at Pontefract 5 Apr. 1612, wife of William 

Cropley of Cambridge. 

3. Jane, bp. at Pontefract 2 June 1616, y wife of . . . 

S-penlove of Norw'''. 

4. Eliz., died young, bp. at Pontefract 18 Jan. 1617-8, bur. 

there 1618-9. 

5. Fayth, died yowng, bp. at Pontefract 22, bur. there 

24 July 1621. 
Elizabeth, bp. at Pontefract 23 Jan. 1619-20, bur. 
there 4 Nov. 1621. 



VII. WILLM. WAKEFIELD, of Seassey in com. Ebor., dijed in June 
a' 1665. Rector of Sessay. Bp. at Pontefract 16 Feb. 
1605-6, bur. at Sessay 12 June 1665. Admon. at York, 9 July 
1665 ; mar. first Anne, daughter to John Franke of Pomfret in 
com. Ebor. there 5 May 1635, by lie. ; bur. 1 Nov. 1638 at 
Sessay. They had issue — 
Thomas (VIII). 

1. Fayth, ivife of John Hitchin, of Carleton juxta Pomfret in 

com. Ebor., she was bp. at Sessay 4 Apr. 1636 ; mar. 
there 20 Feb. 1654-5, bur. at Pontefract 18 Feb. 
1699-1700. 

2. Anne, bp. at Sessay 23 Apr. 1637. 

Mar. secondiv, Ahce . . . , ? bur. at Sessay 25 Dec. 1662. 



THOMAS WAKEFIELD, Esq., of Seassy in com. Ebor.. <et. 25 
av. 23' Martij 1665. Bp. at Sessav 3 June 1638, bur. 26 July 
1701 at Thormanby ; mar. first 23 May 1671, at Sisulesthorne 
by lie, Bridget, dau. of John Constable, Esq., of Catfoss 
bur. at Thormanby, 25 Apr. 1678. They had issue — 



370 



DUGDALE S VISITATION OK YORKSHIRE. 



William (IX). 

John, Rector of Sessay, bp. at Tliormanby 28 Oct. 
1673, bur. at Sessay 7 Oct. 1749. 

Thomas, bp. at Tliormanby 11 Jan. 1676-7. 

Joshua, bp. at Tliormanby 25 Apr. 1678. 

Mary, bp. at Thormanby 27 Jan. 1675-6. 
Mar. secondly, 2 Dec. 1683, at Beltreys, York, Mrs. Dorothy 
Wormley. 

WILLIAM WAKEFIELD, of Thormanby, bp. 21 Aug. 1672 
at Thormanby, bur. 28 Apr. 1730 at Belfreys, York ; mar. 
Dorothy Beers of York, 22 Sept. 1692, at Sutton Derwent 
(C.B.N."), bur. at Belfreys, York, 26 Mar. 1722. They had 
issue — 

Thomas, bp. 29 July 1695, bur. 3 Apr. 1717 at Belfreys. 

Hannah, bp. 7 Sept. 1693 at Belfreys. 

Bridget, bp. 23 Oct. 1698 at Belfreys. 



Pickering Lithe. 



Malton, 29° Aug. 1665. 




nf 



^llarstaii. 



-Argent, a lion rampant Gules between three pbeons Sable. 

RALPH EGERTON of Ridley,' bur. 18 Nov. 1619 at 
Bunbury. He had issue — 

I. ,§'■ RICHARD EGERTON, of Ridley in co. Cestr., Kn', bur. 24 
Feb. 1627 at Bunbury ; mar. Mary, dau. and h. of Sir Randle 
Broreton, of Malpas (Ormerod's Cheshire, ii, 301). They had 
issue — 

1. Richard Eqerton, Esq., of AUerston, son and heire. oh. 
sine prole Jan. 1663. Sold the Ridley estates ; mar. 
Margaret, da. of S'' Will. Brereton of Honford in com. 
Ceslr. Bar'. Will, U Jul};, pr. at York, 12 Oct. 1665, 
then of Woolley (vol. xlvii, 227). They had issue — 

' See pedigree in Ormerod's Cheshire, vol. ii, p. 301 (new ed.). 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



371 



Peter, died in infancy. 
Richard, died s.p. 



2. Thomas (II). 

1. Elisabeth, ivife of Peter Warburton of Aihj in Chesh. ; 

mar. 10 June 1621. 

2. Mary, wife of S'' Wiirm Blaheston of Newton in corn. 

Dunelm., Kn', lie. 1630, at Allerston. 

3. Jane, wife of George Boothe of Allarston in com. Ehor., 

gent. They had issue — 
John. 
Eobert. 

II. THOMAS EGERTON, of Allarston in Pickering Lithe, Esq'; 
cFl. 58 ami. 29" Aug. a" 1665. Bur. in Allerston Church ; mar. 
Catherine, daughter of . . . Dodson, of . . . in the Isle of 
Wight, widd. of Mich. Barbour, Citizen of Lond. They had 
issue — 

Raphe Egerton, Esq., wt. 4 arm., 29 Aug. 1665 ; bur. 
23 Feb. 1692-3, at Allerston (as per Eeg. of Good- 
ramgate, York). Will, 4 Feb., pr. at York 6 March 
1692-3 (unregistered). 



OSGODCROSSE WAPENTAKE. 
% % Ji i 'i 



Yorke, 13° Aug. 



labu£ of JFock^rbo 

(IBar. of 

Aiiltngfl££t). 



Arjis : — Paly of six Argent and Gules, a chief Ermine. 

I. JOHN DAY YE of Shelly in cow. Suff. gent. mar. Jane . . 
Had issue — 

II. DAVID DAVY of Shelly in co. Suff. ; mar. Mary, daughter of 
Thomas Ellis. Had issue — 

III. ROBERT DAVY, Citizen of Yorke; mar. Anne, daughter of 
Martin Laurence, Citizen of Yorke. Had issue — 



372 uugualk's visitation of Yorkshire. 

IV. WILUM DAVYE of Fockerh/ in com. Ehor., wtatis 35 Ann. 
a" 1666; bur. 3 Mar. 1700-1 at Riccall (C.B.N.) ; mar. 
Mary, daughter of Samuel Lister of Kingston wpon Hull, lie. 
1661 at Adlingfleet, bur. 9 Jan. 1708-9 at Riccall (C.B.N.). 
They had issue — 
Wiirm (V). 

1. Anne, wtatis 3 ann. a" 1666 ; mar. firstly, at Riccall, 

Robert Raikes ; mar. secondly, .... Brooke. They 
had issue — 
Mary. 

Ehzabeth, mar. Theophilus Garencieux, son of 
Theophilus Garencieux, 20 Sept. 1740 
(C.B.N.). 

2. Mary, aelatis 2 ann. a' 1666, bur. 24 July 1739 at St. 

Helen's, York. 

3. Barbara (borne since in a" 1670), bur. at St. Helen's, 

York. 
Elizabeth. 

V. WILL^f DA V YE [borne since . . . vz* in a" 1667). Will 17 Oct. 
1730, pr. 26 Jan. 1730-1 (vol. 81, 628), leaving his property to 
his three sisters, Mary, Barbara, and Elizabeth, and his 
two neices. Mary and Elizabeth Brooke. 



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-Or, two bar.s Gules, in chief three martlets of the second, 

JOHN DENTON of Cardieu in com. Cumbr. Esq''; mar. Eliza- 
beth, daughter of Thomas Gant of Stonehoiv, in co. Essex. Esq''. 
They had issue — 

1. James Denton of Cardieu. He had issue. 

2. Lancelot (II). 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 373 

II. LANCELOT DENTON of Kirhy Moreside in com. Ebor. 
(?) Admon. at York 1611 ; mar. Anne, daughter of . . . Jackson, 
alderman of the citty of Yorke. They had issue — 

1. Thomas (III). 

2. William, Rector of Kirhy-Moreside ; bur. 6 Dec. 1622 at 

Bjrkby Moorside. 

3. John Denton, citizen of Yorke. 

4. Peter Denton of Stobaleigh in episc. Dunelm. ; mar. 

Blartha, dau. of William Maleverer, of Arncliffe ; lie. 
7 Feb. 1619-20 at Ingleby. 

5. Robert Denton, citizen of Yorke. 

1. Elizabeth, wife unto John Compton ? Cowper, lie. 25 Jan. 

1619-20, at Kirkby Moorside, citizen of London. 

2. Anne, wife of Tho Scarfe of Steathes in co. Ebor. 

3. Mary, wife of Rob' Collingwood of . . in com. Nor- 

thumbrice. 



III. THOMAS DENTON of Nawton in co. Ebor. died in a" 1637. 
Will 10 Aug., pr. at York 18 Sept. 1637 (unregistered) ; mar. 
Barbara, da. of Nicholas Assheton of Leven in Holdernesse ; 
died 1644, bur. at Kirkdale (James). They had issue — 

1. Robert (IV). 

2. Lancelot Denton of Pickering in co. Ebor. ; mar. . . . 

He had issue — 

Anna, bur. 11 Sept. 1662 at Pickering. 

1. Grace, wife of William Herst of Barugh in com. Ebor., 

lie. 1640 at Kirkby Overcar, she 21. 

2. Mary, wife of William Nesse of Malton in com. Ebor., 

lie. 1638 at Kirkdale or Malton. 

3. Oath., wife of Thomas Wilson of Hornby parish in com. 

Ebor. 



ROBERT DENTON of Nawton in com. Ebor., wt. 50 ann. 
28 Aug. 1665. Chief Constable ; mar. Anne, daugh. of W"" 
Maw of the Marishes in the parish of Pickering in co. Ebor., first 
wife, lie. 1640 at Kirkdale. They had issue — 

1. Thomas, died in his youth, unmarried. 

2. Robert, unmarried. 

1. Anne, wife of WilFm Otterburne of Kirkby -Moreside in 

com. Ebor., lie. 1661 at Kirkby Moorside, she aged 17. 

2. Dorothy. 



374 DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

Mar. Frances, da. of Francis Johnson of Kirhy Over-Carr in 
oom. Ebor., 2 wife. They had issue — 

1. Christopher, at. 14 ann. 28 Aug. a" 1665 ; Chief Constable 

for Ryedale ; bp. 28 Apr. 16-19 ; mar. Elizabeth 
WilHamson of Doncaster, lie. 1673 there. They had 
issue — 

Elizabeth. 

Jane. 

Esther. 

2. Hierome (VI. 

3. Thomas, ml. 8 ann. 1665 ; b. 1658-9. 

4. Charles, mt. 5 ann. ; bp. 1661. 
Frances, a>i. 2 ann. filia. 

V. HIEROME (Jeremy) DENTON, of Malton, merchant ; at. 12 
an. 1665 ; mar. Dorothea Burton. They had issue — 
Jeremy. 
Thomas. 
Robert (VI). 
William. 
Mary. 
Elizabeth. 

VI. ROBERT DENTON, of Malton, mercer, bur. 18 Sep. 1738 ; 
mar. EUzabeth, dau. and coh. of Edward Read, of Butter- 
crambe, at Bossall, 30 Mar. 1703, bur. 12 Nov. 1712 at Westow. 
They had issue — 

Christopher (VII). 

Robert, bp. 12 Nov., bur. 19 Nov. 1712 at Wirton. 

Edward, b. 1706, bur. 23 Jan. 1714, at St. Mary's, 

Beverley. 
Timothy, d. 1729, unm., on board the " Sea Nymph." 
EUzabeth, mar. Thomas Hill, of Blackwell, bur. 26 Aug. 

1787. 
Frances, bp. 16 June 1710 at Westow, d. s.p. ; mar. . . . 
Wigglesworth of Louth. 

VII. CHRISTOPHER DENTON, d. s.p. 5 Feb. 1759. Will 6 Jan. 
1759, bur. at Essendon, Herts. M.I. 

Authorities — For the latter portion, " Pedigrees of the James Family." 
by Sir H. E. James, K.C.I.E. 




DUG dale's visitation OF YORKSHIRE. 375 

Batnton Beacon. Kilham, 31 Aug. 1665. 



'^brockmorton 

of 
IB untf butts. 



Argent three bars gemelles Sable, a canton Or. 



I. S' RICHARD THROCKMORTON, of Higham Ferrers in com. 
Northampton, Kn*. He had issue — 

II. JOHN THROCKMORTON , a younger son ; mar. first .... 
and had issue — 

S-Jolm (III). 
Mar. secondly . . . and had issue — 

D'' Raphaell Throckmorton, Arch-Deacon of Lincoln, bur. 
at Bohngbroke 18 May 1610 (Lincolnshire Peds., 
Harl. Soc. 992). 

III. S'- JOHN THROCKMORTON, K', Governour of Flushing in 

xf time of Qu. Eliz. died in y' siege of Breda about the latter end 
of K. James his raigne ; mar. Anne, daughter of John Sotherton, 
one of the Barons of the Excheq''. They had issue — 

1. S'- Willm Throckmorton, K\ now K' Marshall to K. 

Charles the 2'^, a' 1665. 

2. Francis (IV). 

Philippa, wife of S"" Edmund Carey, Kn'. 

IV. FRANCIS THROCKMORTON, gent., of Burnebutts, in Watton, 

in com. Ebor. cetat. 47 ann. 31" Aug. a° 1665. Will 22 June, 
pr. at York 4 July 1682 (vol. 59, 320) ; mar. Hannah, daughter 
of Rich Manby of Middleton in com. Ebor., bur. 25 Oct. 1659 at 
W;itton. They had issue — 

1. Mary, at. 9 ann. 31 Aug. 1665, named in her father's 

will. 

2. Frances, eel. 3 ann. 1665, named in her father's wnll. 




376 uugdale's visitation ok Yorkshire. 

Langbargh Wapentakk. Stokesley, 25 Ang. 1665. 



iDbhigstonu 

of 

Banby JPor^st. 



Arms : — .... three cinquefoils within a double treasure ileury .... 
Query the coloures, and then to assigne a fit difference. 

ROBERT LEVINGSTOUN, of Skerling (Sterling) in ScoU-^, 
clerke, descended of the house of Levingston of Wetnes in ihecounty 
of Fijfe in Scotland, died in a" 1658 ; mar. Mary, y' daughter 
of . . . Hehhurne. They had issue — 

1. George Levingstoun, of Ingleby in co. Ebor., clerk, Vicar 

of Ingleby Greenhow, bur. 6 July 1634 there 
(register) ; mar. Anna ... 27 Aug. 1633 at 
Ingleby (register). They had issue — 

Anna, bp. 6 May 1634 at Ingleby. 

2. Robert Levingston, of Liberton, in y' county of Clidesdale 

in Scotland. He had issue. 

3. Samuell Levingstoun, of Danby Forest in com. Ebor. wt. 

52 an. 25 Aug. a" 1665. Clerk, Vicar of Danby. Bur. 
there 30 June 1677. Will 17 May, pr. at York 10 Aug. 
1677 (vol. Ivii, 473) ; mar. Margaret, daughter of John 
Ratcliffe, of Stathes in com. Ebor., lie. 1639 at Gis- 
borough. They had issue — 

1. Mary, wife of John Geare, of Great Broughton 

in com. Ebor. She was bp. 27 Sept. 1640 at 
Danby ; mar. there 18 Oct. 1659. 

2. Martha, ivife of George Greeneside of Great 

Broughton in co. Ebor. She was bp. 25 Apr. 
1642 at Danby ; mar. there 8 Mav 1660. 



DUGDALe's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 377 

PiCKBRiNG LvTHK. Malton 28 Aug. 1665. 



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rs Or, eacli cliarged witli tliree niascles Azure, on a canton 
lid a leopard's face of ihe tliird. 

Walter Gere of Havitree in com. Ehor. (Devon) unto whom these 
Armes belonged. 

I. ROBERT GERE, of Baynton upon the Would in com. Ehor., 
descended from Walter Gere of Havitre in com. Devon, as appeareth 
by a certificate from George Owen, Yorke Herauld, dated 7" Febr. 
1651 ; mar. Anne, da. of . . . Jackson, alias Lascdls, of 
Eriholme in com. Ehor. They had issue — 

1. Stephen Gere, died without issue ; ? mar. 5 July 1580 at 

Huggate Kyortian Styring (C.B.N.). 

2. Robert (II). 

3. Thomas Gere, of . . . in com. Line. 

4. John (see second Hne). 

IT. ROBERT GERE of Great Barugh in com. Ehor., died in a' 1643 
vel circa. ; mar. Elizabeth, daughter of John Scarf e of EUoughton 
in com. Ehor. They had issue — 

1. Robert (III). 

2. Dennis, died iv"'out issue ; he. 1625 to marry Judith 

Penrose at St. Mich-le-Belfrey, York (not in that 
register). 

3. Thomas, died w"'out issue. 

4. Stephen, died w"'out issue. 

5. Edward, died w'^out issue. 

1. Elizabeth, wife of Joseph Heslarton, of Hutton upon 

Danvent in co. Ebor., Gent., lie. 1624, at Kirkby 
Misperton. 

2. Mary, ivife of Thomas Lotherington of . . . in com. 



378 dugdale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

III. ROBERT GERE, of Great Barugh, mt. 62 an. 28 Aug. 1665 
mar. Susanna, daughter of John Harhert, of Skipwyth in co. 
Ebor., 1 wife. They had issue — 

Susanna, loife of Tho., a younger son of S'' Henry 
Vaughan, of Whitwell in com. Ebor., Knight. They 
had issue — 

Mary Vaughan, wt. 9 ann. 1665. 
After of Christopher Percehay. a younger son of Christoph'' 
Percehay, of Ryton in com. Ebor., Esq'': 
Mar. Frances, daughter of Isaac Mountaine, of Westow in com. 
Ebor., Esq., 2nd ivife, 17 Jan. 1634-5 at Westow, lie. 1634. 
They had issue — 

1. Thomas (IV). 

2. Isaac ; mar. Ann Smith, lie. 1674 at Barnby Moor, he 26. 

3. John. 

4. Wi Im. 

1. Elizabeth, wife of TF„, Dawson, of Heworth in co. Ebor., 

Esq". 

2. Melior. 

3. Anne, wife of Joseph Thorneton, of Kirkby Moreside in 

CO. Ebor., M.D.. lie. 1663 at Farhngton, she 22. 



4. 

5. Frances. 

6. Penelope. 

7. Theophila. 

IV. THOMAS GERE, mt. 29 ann. 28 Aug. 1665, bp. 21 Feb. 1635-6 
at Westow, bur. 3 Sept. 1711 -at Whitby. 

Malton 28 Aug. 1665. 

GERE OF GREAT BROUGHTON. 
(Second Line.) 

A. JOHN GERE, of Great Broughton in com. Ebor. (younger son of 

Robert Gere and Anne Jackson alias Lascelles), died a" 1626 
vet. circa ; mar. Susan, daughter of Henry Parkinson, of 
Burneslon in com. Ebor. They had issue — 

William (B). 

Mary, wife of James Wilkinson, of Sneaton Thorpe, in 
com. Ebor., he. 1629. 

B. WILLIAM GERE, of Great Broughton in co. Ebor., at. 64 ann. 

28 Aug. a" 1665 ; mar. Elizabeth, daughter of WilPm Watson, 
of Knaton in com. Ebor. They had issue — 

1. John (C). 

2. Robert, of Great Broughton. Will 28 July 1699 (then 

a prisoner in York Castle), pr. at York (vol. Ixii, 311) 

3. William. 



DUGDALKS VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



379 



1. Elizabeth, wife of Anth. Hill, of Ugthorpe in com. Ebor. 

2. Jane. 

3. Susanna, executrix in lier brother Robert's will. 

4. Margaret, executrix in her brother Robert's will. 

C. JOHN GERE, cet. 31 ann. 28 Aug. a' 1665 ; mar. 18 Oct. 1659 
at Danby, Marij, daughter of Samuell Levingstoun, of Danby 
in com. Ebor. (see Levingston Ped., above), bp. there 
27 Sept. 1640. They had issue— 

1. Sarah, ret. 4 an. 28 Aug. 1665, coheiress of her grand- 

father, Samuel Levingston, bur. 9 Aug. 1681, at St. 
Saviour's, York (C.R.N.). 

2. Elizabeth, cet. 3 an. 28 Aug. 1665, coheiress of her 

grandfather, Samuel Levinaston. 

3. Susanna, cet. 3 mens. 28 Aug. 1665, coheiress of her 

grandfather, Samuel Levingston. 
Mary, coheiress of her grandfather, Samuel Levingston. 



Stainecliffe Wapentake. 



Skipton, 17 Aug. 1665. 




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II. 



GILES PARKER, of Horrockford in com. Ebor. [Lancaster]. 
Had issue — 

1. Nicholas, of Horrocksford, died 1533, leaving issue. 

2. Edmund (II). 

3. Bryan, bailiff of BoUand. Will 28 Nov. 1531, pr. 

at York 18 .Jan. following. 

4. Gyles, priest. Incumbent of Waddington, 1523-77. 

Will 1 May 1577, pr. at York 17 Apr. 1578. 

EDMUND PARKER of Brousholme, a younger son, had lease 
from the Crown, 1507, of Nether Browsholme, which he and 
his ancestors had held time out of mind, died intest. 1543; 



380 nUGDALKS \ ISITATION OF YORKSHIRK. 

mar. Jennet, daughter and heire of John Redmayne, a younger 
son to. . . Redmayne of Thorneton in com. Ebor. and Elizabeth, 
daughter and heire of Robert Parker of Broiisholme in co. 
Ebor., Esq. They had issue — 

1. Griles, son and heir, chantry priest. 

2. John. mar. Margaret, dau. and h. of Robert Parker 

of Foulscales, and had issue. Will 28 Oct. 1562, 
pr. at York 28 Apr. 1563. 

3. Robert (III). 

4. Thomas, of West Bradford. Had issue. 

5. Roger, of Grindleton. Had issue. 

III. ROBERT PARKER, of Brousholme, Esqr., d. 1591, mar. 
Elizabeth, dau. of Edmund Chaderton, of Nuthurst, in com. 
Lane., at Whalley 8 Jan. 1544-5. They had issue — 

1. Edmund, eldest son, drowned at Cambridge. Died 

unmar. 

2. Thomas (IV). 

3. William Parker. Archdeacon of Cornwall. B.D., Rector 

of Bh land, Cornwall, 1601, Archdeacon 1616, bur. 
at Warleggan 25 May 1631 ; mar. Joan, dau. of . . . 
Pauchard. They had issue. 

4. Roger Parker, deane of Lincolne, 1613., D.D., Preb, 

of Chester, 1587. Died 29 Aug. 1629 fet. 71, bur. 
in the Cathedral. M.I. Nunc, will pr. at Lincoln, 
21 Nov. 1629 ; mar. AUce, dau. of . . . Pont, relict 
of Ralph Proby, of Brampton, gent. 

1. Jennet, wife of Thomas Sherburne, of Ribleton in com. 

Lane. ; mar. secondly Richard Holden of Chaigeley ; 
mar. thirdly John Shirburne of Bailey. 

2. Elizabeth, wife of Leonard Helme of Goosenargh in 

com. Lane; unmar. 1581. 

IV. THOMAS PARKER, of Brousholme, Esqr., purchased 
Browsholme from the Crown, 1603, bowbearer of the 
forest of Rowland ; died a" 1634 or thereabouts ; bur. 
16 Mar. 1634-5. Will 26 Feb., pr. 23 Mar. 1634-5 (vol. xlii, 
p. 413). Mar. Bridget, daughter and coheire of James Tempest, 
of Rayne in com. Ebor. Died 4 Oct. 1610. They had issue — 

1. Robert, born 26 Sept. 1591, d. s.p. v.p. 

2. James, born 6 Feb. 1598, d. 20 Jan. 1599. 

3. Edivard (V). 

4. Roger, born 30 Oct. 1603. 

5. Richard, born 28 Jan. 1604, d. s.p. 

6. William Parker, rector of Tetford in com. Line, born 

28 Mar. 1608, hving 1668. Had issue. 

7. Nicholas Parker, of Wyrksworth in com. Derbice, born 

20 Sept. 1610 ; named in his brother Edward's will 
1667. 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 381 

1. EUzabeth, born 6 Jan. 1592, d. 28 Mar. 1593. 

2. Jennet, born 3 Feb. 1593, ye wife of Richard Carryer 

vicar of Wirksworth in co. Derb., mar. Aug. 1612, 
lie. L'ncoln 5 Aug. Their granddaughter, Jennet 
Carrier, mar. Thomas Parker, Earl of Macclesfield. 

3. Elizabeth, born 2 Aug. 1595, tvife of James Carry 

(Carrier), of Yaxley, in co. NorthHon ; mar. first 
23 Apr. lfiI2 Henry Shnger of Catlow, who died 
s.p. 20 Aug. 1612. By her second husband she 
had issue — 

Bridget, wife of William Parker of Park Hall, 
CO. StaSord. 

4. Jane, born 28 Nov. 1596, d. 30 Apr. following. 

5. Anne, born 8 Oct. 1606, ivife of Capt. Thomas Witting- 

ham of Claughton, tvho was slaine at the hattaile 
of Newbury, on the King's fart ; mar. 13 Feb. 
1624-5. They had issue eight sons. After of 
Johannes Conradus Molanus, a German, Major in 
Sir John Gell's Regiment. 



EDWARD PARKER, of Brousholme, Esqr., wt. 63 ann. 
17 Aug. 1665, born 3 Aug. 1602 ; bur. at Waddington 29 July 
1667. M.I. Will 5 June, pr. at York 7 Sept. 1667 (vol. 
xlviii, p. 653). Mar. Mary, daughter of Rich. Sunderland 
of High Sunderland in com,. Ebor., Esqr, at Halston 28 Jan. 
1629-30 ; d. 17, bur. at Waddington 23 Jan. 1673-4. M.l. 
They had issue — 

1. Thomas (VI). 

2. Robert, of Carlton in Craven and Marley Hall, Esq. ; 

born 13 June, bp. at Waddington 23 June 1633, 
adm. Gray's Inn 6 May 1651 ; bur. at Waddington, 
21 Mar. 1718-9. Will 17 June 1716; mar. Jane, 
dau. of William Rookes, Esq., of Royds Hall. 

3. Edward, of Gray's Inn, Barrister-at-law, bp. at 

Waddington 1 Mar. 1636, died at York, bur. at St. 
Martin's, Coney Street, 23 Sept. 1674 ; mar. at St. 
Martin's in the Fields, 27 June 1667, Jane, dau. of 
Tiiomas Boteler, wid. of William Blythman, of New 
Lathes Barnsley. They had issue. 

4. i?Mar(i,bp. at Waddington, 14 Nov. 1637, bur. there 

16 June 1639. 

5. Roger, bp. at Waddington, 20 Jan. 1638-9. Mar. 

EUzabeth Cowell, lie. 1667. at Mitton or Bolton 
Bolland. They had issue. 
1. Mary, tvife of Thomas Heber of Hollinghall in com. 
Ebor., she was bp. at Waddington 24 Mar. 1641-2. 
They had issue. 



382 DIUDALKS VISITATION Of YORKSHIRE. 

VI. THOMAS PARKER, Esq.. of Browsholme, son and heire, 
at. 34 ann. 17 Aug. a^ 166-5, of Trin. Coll. Camb. and Gray's 
Inn. bp. at Waddington 1 ilav 1631, bur. there 6 Aug. 
1695. WiU 17 July. pr. 19 'Sept. 1695 (unregistered). 
Mar. at Preston 18 Oct. 1659. Margaret, daughter ofRatcliffe 
Assfiton of Cuerdale in com. Lane Esqr., brother to S"" Raphe 
Asshton of Whalley in com. Lane., Bart. ; bur. at Waddington 
16 Sept. 1710. Ther had issue — 

1. Edtcard (\^I^. 

2. Robert (see second Kne A.). 

1. Elizabeth, mar. at Waddington 6 Dec. 1695 Alexander 
Butler of Eirkland. 

VII. EDWARD PARKER, Esq., of Browshohne, CEt. 6 an. IT Aug. 
166-5 ; bom 1 Jan. 1658-9, of Brazen ose, Oxon., and Gray's 
Inn. died 11. bur. at Waddinston 17 Julv 1721. WiU 5 Oct. 
1720. pr. 29 Sept. 1721 (vol. Ixxv! 400): mar. firsts 
Catherine, dau. of Henrv Bouche, Esq.. of Inaleton, bur 
at Waddington. 20 Oct. 1689. They had issue- 
Thomas Parker. Esq.. of Browsholme. bp. at Wadding 
ton 17 Oct. 1689: died s.p.. bur. 10 Oct. 1728 
Will 26 Sept., pr. 26 Xov. 1728 (vol. Ixxx. 238), 
leaving estates to his half-brother John. 
Mar. secondly, Jane. dau. of John Parker. Esq.. of Extwisle, 
bur. at Waddington 6 Feb. 1725. They had issue — 

1. Robert, bp. at Waddington 6 Nov. 1693. bur. there 

12 Nov. 1719 ; d. unmarried. 

2. John (Vni). 

3. Edward, bp. at Waddington 26 Oct. 1698, of London, 

mar. and had issue. 

1. Mary, bom 1695, d. young. 

2. Elizabeth, bom 1700 : mar. George Toulson, Esq.. of 

Skipwith. 

3. Jane, bom 1702 ; mar. Samuel Southouse, Eeq., of 

Hanewden, Essex. 

4. Margaret, bom 1708, d. young. 

VUI. JOHN PARKER, Esq.. of London, after of Browshohne, 
sole ex. of his father, bom 11 June 1695. died 28 Mar. 1754, 
bur. at Waddington : mar. Ehzabeth. dau. of Henry Sout- 
house. of Manewden, Essex. They had issue^ 

1. Thomas, d. inf. 

2. Edward (EX). 

Ehzabeth. bp. at St. Peters. Comhill, 22 Dec. 1726 ; 
mar. Robert Parker, Esq., of AJkincoats (C). 

IX. EDWARD PARKER. Esq.. of Browsholme. bp. St. Peter's, 
Comhill. 8 Julv 1731. d. 22 Dec. 1794. bur. at Waddington. 
Will 23 Jan. '1790. pr. 18 Feb. 1795 (vol. cxxxix. 45); 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 383 

mar. Barbara, dau. and coli. of Sir William Fleming, Bart., 
of Rydal, d. 23 Apr., 1813, bur. at Waddington. They 
had issue — 

John (X). 

Edward, d. j'oung. 

X. JOHN PARKER, Esq., of Browshohne, M.P. for Clitheroe, 
d. 25 May, bur. at Waddington 10 June 1797; mar. 
at Giggleswick, Beatrix, dau. of Thomas Lister, Esq., of 
Gisburn Park, born 25 Nov. 17i9, d. 10 May 1807, bur. 
at Waddington. They had issue — 

1. Thomas Lister (XI). 

2. Edward. 



3. John Fleming. 

4. Charles Robert. 

5. Henrr. 

6. Wilham. 

7. Septimus, d. young. 

8. Octavius, d. young. 



see Whitaker's Whalley, i, 3-11. 



XI. THOMAS LISTER PARKER, Esq., of Browshohne, which 
he sold to his cousin, Thomas Parker, Esq., of Alkincoats 
(see second hne), bp. at Giggleswick 29 Sept. 1779, d. 
unm. 2 Mar. 1858, bur. at Waddington. 

SECOND LINE. 

A. ROBERT PARKER, Esq., of Alkincoats [son of Thomas 

Parker (VI) and Margaret Asshton], wt. 3 ann. 1665, d. 10, 
bur. Colne 13 Nov. 1714. Will 23 Nov. 1710, pr. Chester 
22 Oct. 1717 ; mar. at Altham 30 Jan. 1695-6, Ellen, dau. of 
Miles Whitaker, of SvTiionstone. They had issue — 

1. Thomas (B). 

2. Robert, of London ; mar. and had issue. 

3. Edward, died unmar. 1764. 

B. THOMAS PARKER, Esq., of Alkincoats, b. 7 Dec. 1696, 

d. 16 Dec. 1774; mar. he. 28 Sept. 1719, Ahce, wid. of 
John Lonsdale, dau. and h. of John Blakey, of Lanehead. 
Thev had issue — 

1." Robert (C). 

2. Thomas, d. young. 

1. Betty, d. young. 

C. ROBERT PARKER, Esq., of Alkincoats, born 14 Feb., bp. 

at Cobie 9 Mar. 1720-1, died 5, bur. there 12 May 1758, 
M.I. ; mar. at Waddington 1 Oct. 1751, Ehzabeth, only 
dau. of John Parker, Esq., of Browshohne (VIII), bp. St. 
Peter's, Cornhill, 22 Dec. 1726, bur. at Cokie 2 Dec. 1781, 
M.I. They had issue— 



384 L»U<i dale's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

1. Thomas (D). 

2. John, assumed the name of Toulson ; mar. Hester 

Arthur Worsop, dau. of John Arthur Worsop. 
They had issue — 

(1). John Arthur Toulson. 

(2). Eev. Richard, of C'laxbj', father of Lord 
Parker of Waddington, Lord of Appeal in 
Ordinary. 

3. Robert, d. unm. 180.5. 

D. THOMAS PARKER, Esq., of Alkincoats, b. 20 Apr. 1754, 

d. 27 Apr. 1819 ; mar. Betty, only dau. and h. of Edward 
Parker, of Newton Hall, and Ehzabeth, only child of 
Legh Goulborne ; d. 8 Nov. 1808. They had issue— 

1. Robert, d. young. 

2. Thomas Parker, Esq., of Alkincoats, Captain Royal 

Horse Guards Blue, purchased Browsholme in 1820 
from his cousin, Thomas Lister Parker (XI). Died 
s.p. 22 Apr. 1832 ; mar. Mary, dau. of WilUam 
Molyneu.x, Esq. 

3. Edward (E.). 

4. Robert, Lieut. 76th Regt., d. at Walcheren 2 Sept. 

1809. 

5. John, born 29 Mar. 1791, d. 4 Jan. 1830 ; mar. Ann 

Edmondson. They had issue. 

1. Ehzabeth, mar. Oapt. John Atherton. 

2. Ellen. 

E. EDWARD PARKER, Esq., of Selby and Alkincoats, b. 

18 July 1786, d. 22 Mar. 1865 ; mar. Ellen, dau. of Capt. 
Ambrose Wilham Barcroft, of Noyna. They had issue — 

1. Ambrose Barcroft, J. P., D.L., Captain, b. 17 Apr. 

1817 ; d. unm. 5 Jan. 1850. 

2. Thomas Goulborne (F). 

3. Edward, Incumbent of Waddington, mar. Catherine, 

dau. of James Nevile, Esq., died 1895; had issue. 

4. Robert John, of Selby, died 1902. 
Three daughters. 



THOMAS GOULBORNE PARKER, M.A., J.P., D.L., of 
Browsholme and Alkincoats, heir to his uncle Thomas, b. 
4 Aug. 1818, d. 17 Apr. 1879 ; mar. Mary Ann, dau. and 
coh. of John Francis Carr, Esq., of Horbury. They had 
issue — 

Edward Parker, Esq., of Browshohne, b. 10 Sept. 1846, 
died s.p. 17 July 1894 ; mar. Mary Beatrice, dau. of 
George Baldwin, of Smithies Bridge. 
John Wilham Robinson (G). 



UUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 385 

Thomas Goulborne, died 18 Jan. 1857, mar. Emily 
Sarali, dau. and coh. of William Alcock-Beck, 
They had issue — 
Edward, b. 14 Aug. 1887. 

Five daughters. 

G. JOHN WILLIAM ROBINSON PARKER, Esq., of Brows- 
holme, Colonel, C.B., D.L., F.S.A., President Yorkshire 
Archseological Society, b. 6 Oct. 1857 ; mar. Gertrude 
Marion Beatrice, dau. of Rev. James McGibbon Burn 
Murdoch. They had issue — 

Robert Goulborne, b. 24 Jan. 1900. 

Jennet Barbara. 

Isabel Mary Beatrice. 

Authorities — Whitaker's Whalley, Foster's Lancashire Pedigrees. 
Information from Colonel Parker, C.B., F.S.A. 



BuLMER Wapentake. Yorke, 19o Martij, 1665. 

^0arti (J^gar) of Huntington. 

Kespite given for showing the Amies. 

I. JOHN AGARD, of Stockton in co. Ebor., died in a" 1636, or 
thereabouts. Mar. Ellen, daughter of ... . Lasenby. Had 



JOHN AGARD, of Stockton, dyed in a" 1662, bur. Feb. 1661 
at Bugthorpe (Radclyft'e MS.). Will, 26 Feb. 1660-61, to 
be bur. in Stockton Chapel (reg. test, xlvi, 67) ; mar. 
Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Wayte, of Haxby in com. 
Ebor., 1 wife. They had issue — 

Margaret, wife of Hamond Dawtrey (Dealtry) of Cotton 
in com. Ebor. ; he. 1638 at Stockton. Had £50 
in her father's will ; she was b. 1619, bur. 14 Dec. 
1704 at Catton. 
Mar. Isabell, daughter of Edw. Gibson of Bugthorpe in comitatu 
Eborum, 2 wife, Uc. 1624. They had issue — 
John (III). 

Jane, wife of Richard Mason of Yorke, had £50 in her 

father's will, and ahve in 1679, being named in 

her nephew Wilham's will. 

Mar. Alice, daughter of George Porter of Warthell in com. 

Ebor., 3 wife (? if wid. of ... . Burland, he. at Stockton 

1638) ; bur. 1 May 1691 (Radclyffe). They had issue— 

1. Thomas, had lands in his father's will. 

2. Laurence, had lands in his father's will. 

3. William, had lands in his father's will. 



386 dugdale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

III. JOHN AGARD, of Huntington in com. Ebor., mt. 38 annor. 
19 Martii, 1665, a lawyer, bur. 1 Dec. 1681 (Eadclyfie MS.). 
Will 15 Oct. 1681, pr. at York 28 Mar. 1683 (reg. test. Ix, i) ; 
mar. Margaret, daughter of WilFm Weddell of Erswike in 
com. Eboru, 1 wife, at Bugthorp 20 Nov. 165- (Radclyfie 
MS.). They had issue— 

1. William Agar, Esq., of York, crt. 10 annoru 19 Martij, 

1665, dead at the date of his father's will. Adm. 

to Gray's Inn, 4 June 1673. Will 17 Mav, pr. 

at York 2 July 1679 (vol. Iviii, 422) ; mar. EUzabeth 

Ward ; he. 7 Nov. 1677 at Whitechapel, London. 
Mar. Anne, daugh. of Thomas Lasenhy of Huntington in 
com. Eboru, 2 wife ; d. at Stockton in her husband's Ufetime ; 
bur. 22 Nov. 1681 (RadclyfEe MS.). They had issue— 

2. John Agar, Esq., of Stockton. Will 29 Sept. 1722, 

pr. at York 24 Sept. 1723. (Reg. Test. Lxxvii, 
173). 

3. Thomas (IV). 

4. Richard, Bencher of the Middle Temple ; named in 

his father's and brother's wills, d. s.p. 1742; mar. 
Ehzabeth, dau. of Edward Tregenna, Esq. lie. 
9 Oct. 1707 at St. Alphage, London. 

5. Laurence. Adm. Gray's Inn, 18 June 1677 ; named 

in his father's and brother's wills ; d. unm. at 

Stockton. 
Andrew. Adm. to Gray's Inn 29 Apr. 1683 ; named 

in the codicil of his father's M?ill ; bur. 18 May 

1765 (RadclyfEe MS.) ; mar. and had issue. 
Anne, named in her father's and brother Wilham's 

wills ; mar. 14 Nov. 1699 John Wilson, of North 

Deighton (York Blinster reg.). 



IV. THOMAS AGAR, of Stockton, gent., woollen draper and 
Lord Mayor of York, 1722 ; sole exor. of his brother John ; 
bur. 19 Jan. 1733-4 at Stockton. Will 17 Dec. 1729, pr. at 
York 9 Sept. 1738 (Bugthorpe Pecuhar) ; mar. Ehzabeth, 
dau. of John Beaumont, 26 Apr. 1686, bur. 10 July 1733 
at Stockton. They had issue — 
John (V). 

Ehzabeth, mar. first at St. Crux, 1712, Rev. T. Low- 
cock, Clerk ; secondly, Rev. Benjamin Wilson. 
Margaret, named in her father's will ; d. unm., bur. 

3 Feb. 1763. 
Jane, named in her father's will ; d. unm., bur. 

11 Jan. 1751. 
Mary, named in her father's will ; mar. Rev. Wilham 
Foord, D.D., d. s.p. 1781. 



DUGDALe's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 387 

V. JOHN AGAR, Esq., of Stockton, Serjeant-at-law, d. in tte 
Middle Temple, 23 Jan. 1754, admon. 20 Feb. 1754 to Mary, 
his sister ; mar. first, . . . ., dau. of Counsellor Hussey ; 
Mar. secondly, Margaret, dau. of Rt. Rev. Dr. Pugh, Lord 
Bishop of Bristol. 

Authorities — Radclyfie MS., Leeds Arch. Soc. Library ; wills ; 
registers. 




OsGoDCRossE Wape.n'take, Pomfret, 8 Aug. 1665. 

Milkinson 

of 
Pont£fract. 



Arms:— Gales, a fess rail-, in chief a unicorn passant Or, all within a bordure 

engrailed of the last pelletee. 
Crest : — A fox's head erased, per pale wavy Vert and Or, in the mouth a wing 

Argent. 

L WILLIAM WILKINSON, of Doncaster, Mayor of Pontefract 
in a" 1619. Died in a" 1635 vel circa, wt. 75 ann. Mar. 
Mary, daughter of Robt. Warde of Pomfret, gent. ; bur. 
21 Feb. 1637-8. They had issue— 

1. Thomas (II). 

2. John Wilkinson, Mayor of Pontefract in a" 1642. 

Left the Borough. Will at Chffe 12 Feb. 1649, 
pr. 17 June 1651 at London (Grey, 136). Mar. 
Elizabeth, daughter of George Lodge, he. 1630, Ponte- 
fract or Selby. 
Elizabeth, wife unto Nicholas Stable, Alderman of Pont- 
fract, mar. 7 May 1622. They had seven children. 

II. THOMAS WILKINSON, Mayor of Pontfract 15 Caroli Primi, 
a" 1639, slaine in Pontfract Castle, Colonell Lowther then 
being Governour for the King a" 1644, killed 12 Apr. 1643 
by a chance bullet ; mar. Susanna, da. of William. Morehouse 
of Symondley in com. Derb., gent., 1 tvife, lie. 1626 at 
Kirkburton. They had issue — 



UUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 

Thomas, died an infant. 

William (III). 

Elizabeth, wife unto James Rossington, of Sandall in 
CO. Ebor. 
mar. Susanna, daughter of William Ramsden of Hill Topp 
in the parish of Hudersfeild in com. Ebor., 2 wife. They had 
issue — 

Mathew Wilkinson, an attorney at ye law now residing 
at Yorke, a" 1665. Will 7 Nov. 1683, pr. at York 
24 Sept. 1685 (unregistered) ; to be bur. at St. 
Helen's, Stonegate, York ; mar. first, Judith, daughter 
unto Laurence Teyle, Register to ye Deane & Chapter 
of Yorke; mar. secondly, at St. Martin's Coney 
St. York, 29 May 1669 (reg.), Mrs. Marey Rogers. 

Margaret, wife unto John Dixon (Dickson), Towne 
Clarke of Pontfract ; lie. 1662 there. 

WILLIAM WILKINSON, Alderman of Pontfract, Master of 
the Chancery in the Dutchy Court at Westmr., and Mayor of 
Pomfret a" 1663, cat. 30 ann. 8 Aug. 1665. Adm. to Gray's 
Inn 6 Nov. 1649. Vacated the office of Alderman on going 
to live at Simondley, co. Derb. ; mar. Anne, daughter of 
Abraham Kenchley, of West Ham in co. Sussex, gent. ; bur. 
23 May 1671 at Pontefract (reg.). They had issue— 

Thomas, wt. decern mens. 8 Aug. 1665. Bur. 17 May 
1669 at Pontefract (reg.). 



Dickering Wapentake. Killiara, 31 Aug. 

of 
lolutborpf. 



Arms: — Per fess embattled Gules and Azure, three suns in splendour Or, a 

canton Argent. 
No proofe made of these armes. 

I. MATHEW PEARSON, of . . . . in the Isle of Ely, came first 
into Yorkeshire and resided in Cleveland. He had issue — 




DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 389 

II. JOHN PEARSON, of .... in Cleveland; mar. Jane, 
daughter of Francis Philips of Maske (Marske) in. co. Ebor. 
They had issue — 

1. Mathew Pearson of Kilham in co. Ebor., of ivhom there 

is noe issue remaining. 

2. William Pearson of Mircaside in Cleveland. 

3. Thomas (III). 



III. THOMAS PEARSON, of Harpham, in com. Ebor., gent., 
9" Jacobi, died in a" 1641 ; mar. Margaret, daughter and 

sole heire of Philips of Maske (Marske) in co. Ebor. 

widow of Salvein of Newbiggin in co. Ebor. They 

had issue — 

1. John (IV). 

2. William Pearson, of Besingby in co. Ebor. Named 

in his brother John's will. 

1. Alice, wife of Samuell Buck of Holmeton in Holdernesse. 

2. Catherine, died unmarried. 

IV. JOHN PEARSON (PEIRSON), of Lowthorpe in com. Ebor., 
Esqr., noiv one of the Justices of Peace in this county, cet. 76 
on 31 Aug. a° 1665 ; died 3 Nov. 1665. M.I. (Lowthorpe, 
Yorks. Arch. J. xii, 222). Will 30 Oct. 1665, pr. at York 
(Eeg. Test., xlvii, 369) ; mar. Elizabeth, daughter of John 
Pearson of Moulthrop in com. Ebor. (remar. Richard 
Legard, barrister ; lie. 1666. Will 10 Jan. 1679-80, pr. at 
York 12 June 1682. Vol. Ux). They had issue— 

1. Mathew (V). 

2. John, wt. 11 ann. 1665. Named in his father's will. 

3. William, wt. 5 ann. 1665. Named in his father's and 

mother's wills. 

1. Sarah, had £1,000 in her father's will; mar. Thomas 

Carter, Lord Mayor of York. She d. 15 Apr. 1708, 
set. 58. M.I. at St. Martin's, Micklegate, York. 
(Drake's " York," p. 172). 

2. Frances, had £900 in her father's will. 

3. Anne, had £800 in her father's will; mar. Wilham 

Walker, LL.B. ; she d. ret. 25, 19, bur. 21 May 
1687 at Belfrey's York. M.I. (Drake's " York," 
p. 342). 



V. SIR MATHEW PEARSON (PEIRSON), of Lowthorpe, 
wtatis 14 ann. 31 Aug. 1665. ? Kniahted 2 June 1669. 
Will, 1 Feb. 1711-12, pr. at York 22 Mar. 1711-12 (Reg. 
Test., Ixvii, 439) ; mar. EUzabeth, dau. of Mallory Legard, 
of Troutsdale; he. 1668. They had issue— 



390 DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

WilUam (VI). 

Mallory, named in his father's and brother Wilham's 
wills. 

Francis. 

Richard, of Lowthorpe, heir to his brother Wilham. 
Mar. his cousin, .... dau. of Thomas Carter. 

Elizabeth, mar. Walter Strickland, Esq., of Flam- 
borough ; Uc. 1706. 

Mary, mar. Capt. WilUam Wanless. 

Sarah, had £1,000 in her' father's will. 



VI. WILLIAM PEAESON (PEIRSON), Esq., of Lowthorpe, 
? d. s.p. Will, 21 June 1716 (Reg. Test., Ixxii, 55), left 
Lowthorpe to his brother Richard ; mar. Susanna 



Claro Wapentake, • Yorke, 13 Aug. 1666. 



3Fahdl 
of 




between three escallops .\i- 



I. CHRISTOPHER FA VELL, of Burnsey (Burnsall) neer Skipton 
in CO. Ebor., bur. there 11 Sept. 1589 (reg.). Admon. 
at York 3 May 1593 ; mar. Elizabeth, daughter of ... . 
widow of WilPvi Shute of Shutenooke in the Forrest of Knares- 
burgh. They had issue — 

James (II). 

Anthony, bur. at Burnsall 16 Mar. 1587-8 (reg). 

Isabell, bp. at Burnsall 7 June 158-1 (reg.). 

II. JAMES FAVELL, of Keireby (Kearby), in the parish of 
Kirkby-Overblows in com. Ebor., died in a" 1653 or there- 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 391 

abouts, mar. Isahell, daughter of ... . Warde (Wade) of 
Monmoth neer Burroughbrigg in com. Ebor. ; lie. 1599 at 
Wilberfoss. They had issue — 

1. Henry (III). 

2. Christopher Favell, mar. Anne, daughter of Robert 

Either of Scarcroft in com. Ebor., wid. of . . . East. 

3. John. 

1. Barbara, wife of ... . Brearcliffe, of Righton in co. 

Ebor. 

2. Mary, wife of ... . Dusheld, of Grantley neer Ripon. 

3. Margaret, ivife of ... . Speare, Harbinger to y' Prince 

of Leigne. 

III. HENRY FAVELL of Kireby, Steward to Algernon Earle of 

N orthumber¥ & Secretary to Oliver L'' Grandison, died circa 
ann. 1656, bur. 2 Aug. 1656 at Norman ton. Will 30 July 
1656, pr. at York 11 May 1664 (vol. xlvi, 293) ; mar. Dorothy, 
da. of Christopher Wright of Maltby, Solicitor to George Earle 
of Cumberl'', lie. 1630. ; bur. 29 Dec. 1654 at Normanton 
(reg.). 

1. Christopher (IV). 

2. Henry Favell, an Atturney at Laio at Leeds, 

bp. 17 Feb. 1642-3 at Normanton, bur. there 
13 Oct. 1699. Will 3 Mar. 1689-90, pr. at York 
1699 (vol. Ixii, 288). Mar. Katherine, daughter 
& sole heire of John Stocks of Doncaster, widd. of 
Richard Layton of Barrowby Grange in co. Ebor. 
2 Aug. 1664 at St. Martin's, Coney St., York ; d. 
23 Jan. 1722-3 in 79th year ; bur. at Normanton. 
Will 2 May 1722, pr. at "York (vol. Ixxvii, 170). 

1. Cecilie, wife of George Gamble of Lofthouse in co. Ebor., 

mar. 14 Aug. 1655 at Normanton (reg.). 

2. Marg*, wife of WiWrn Bennison of Foxholes in co. 

Ebor., bap. 19 Mar. 1635-6 at Normanton (reg.). 

3. Dorothy, bp. 19 Aug. 1640, mar. John Taylor 28 May 

1671 at Normanton. 

4. Mary, wife of Tho. Hardisty of Hampsthwayt in com. 

Ebor., bp. 3 July 1642 at Normanton ; mar. 4 May 
1665 at Leeds. 

IV. CHRISTOPHER FAVELL of Keirby and Normanton, cet. 

25" an. 13 Aug. 1666 ; bp. 26 Sept. 1638 (reg.) ; bur. 3 Aug. 
1693 at Normanton (reg.). M.I. ; mar. Johanna, da. of 
John Jaques of .... in co. Line, widd. of Thomas Levet 
of Normanton in com. Ebor. 3 May 1666 at Normanton 
(reg.). They had issue— 



DUGDALK S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 

1. James (V). 

2. Henry, bp. 18 Aug. 1668 ; bur. 22 Nov. 1669 at Nor- 

manton. 

3. Christopher, of Normantou, bp. 6 Jan. 1669 (reg.) ; 

mar. Mary, dau. of Lawson, of Sandal 

Magna. They had issue — 

James, of Wakefield. 
Wilham, bp. 14 May 1671 (reg.). 
John, of Normanton, bp. 25 June 1672 ; mar. Mary, 
dau. of ... . Higgins, 14 Mar. 1692-3 at Pontefract. 
They had issue — 

John. 

Christopher. 

Thomas. 

Margaret. 



JAMES FAVELL, of Normanton, bp. 27 June 1667 (reg.), 
bur. 30 Dee. 1714 at Normanton. M.I. Will 18 Dec. 1714, 
pr. at York 17 Jan. 1717-18 (vol. Ixxii, 150) ; mar. Ehzabeth, 
dau. of Christopher Redman, bur at Normanton. Will 
22 May 1749, pr. at York 19 May 1752 (vol.xcvi,276). They 
had issue — 

1. Redman (VI). 

2. Henry, named in his father's will, d. unm. 

3. Anthony, named in his father's will; bp. 21 Mar. 

1705-6, d. 1745, bur. at Normanton. Will 2 Jan. 
1745, pr. 17 May 1748. 

4. James Favell, D.D., rector of Houghton with Wyton, 

CO. Hunt. ; bp. 12 June 1708 ; had his brother 
Joshua's estates at Normanton ; d. 25 Apr. 1777 ; 
bur. there. Will 28 Nov. 1771, pr. at York 
Oct. 1777 (vol. cxxi, 211); mar. Ehzabeth, dau. 
of Dr. Richard Bentley. 

5. Joshua, of Normanton, d. 1762, bur. at Normanton. 

Will 9 Apr. 1762, pr. at York 28 Sept. 1762 (vol. 
cvi, 572). 

1. Lydia, bp. 16 Oct. 1699 at Normanton (reg.); mar. 

Daniel Hopldns, M.A., vicar of Kelhngton. 

2. Catherine, d. unm. 1760 ; bur. at Normanton. Admon. 

1760. 



VI. REDMAN FAVELL, of Normanton ; bp. 8 Jan. 1694-5 at 
Normanton, d. 1729, bur. there. Admon. at York 28 Sept. 
1730. Mar. Anne, dau. of Richard Wordsworth of Falthwaite, 
great-aunt of the poet. They had issue — 

John (VII). 

James, M.A., vicar of Alconburv, co. Hunts. 



DUG dale's visitation OF YORKSHIRE. 393 

IfcJ^.- Henry, of Wakefield, b. 21 June 1719, d. 2 Apr. 1782, 
I bur. at Normanton. M.I. ; mar. Jane, dau. of 

' John Taylor 

p^, Charles, M.A., rector of Brington, oo. Hunts. — / ^^y. 
Ehzabeth, mar. Richard Wordsworth. 
Catherine. 

VII. JOHN FAVELL, of Normanton and Selby, d. 14 Oct. 1796, 
bur. at Normanton ; mar. Ruth, dau. of Thomas Firman, 
Esq., of Selby. They had issue — 

Richard (VIII). 

Redman, d. young. 

Elizabeth, d. young. 

Ruth. 

VIII. RICHARD FAVELL, of York, surgeon to York County Hos- 
pital, b. at Selby 21 Mar. 1743, d. v.p. 26 June 1786, 
bur. at Normanton ; mar. Martha, dau. of Rev. Joseph 
Weedon. They had issue — 

James (IX). 

Richard, d. young. 

Martha, d. unmar. 

Ehzabeth, d. young. 

IX. JAMES FAVELL, of Normanton, etc., b. 1775, d. 1852 ; 
mar. first, Hannah Maria, dau. of James Torre of Snydale. 
They had issue — 

1. James Charles Nicholas, in the army, d. s.p. 

2. John Milnes (X). 

3. Richard Henry. 

4. Henry Redman. 

5. WilUam Robert. 

6. Edmund. 

7. Robert. 
Maria. 

Rossellen Eliza. 
Ehzabeth. 

Mar. secondly, Ann Ehz., dau. of Cornehus Cayley. They 
had issue — 

Agnes Sarah, mar. Arthur Wilham Headlam. 

X. JOHN MILNES FAVELL, of Normanton, b. 4 Feb. 1807 ; 
mar. Ehzabeth Ann Davison. Had issue. 

Authorities — Normanton Registers — Wills at York — Foster's ' ' Yorks. 
Families." 



394 uuguale's visitation of yorkshirk. 

Agbbigg and Morlky Wapentake. Wakefield, 6 Apr. 1666. 




Clautfln 



of 



ifnsljato. 



Arms : — Argent a cross eng^railed between four torteau.x. 
No proofe made of these Armes. 

I. JOHN CLAYTON, of Clayton Hall, com. Ebor. He had— 
issue — 

Thomas (II). 

Richard, of Wakefield, draper, mar. Joan, or Jennet, 
dau. of Mr. Henry Bentley. They had issue — 

Daniel Clavtou, of Wakefield, at the Visitation 

of 1612 (Methwold, Glover) ; mar. first, 

Dorothy, dau. of Thomas Northwold, Esq. 

("Dorothy Nathwood " in the Wakefield 

Register) 6 Oct. 1602. They had issue— 

RichUrd, D.D., Master of University 

Coll., Oxon., ret. 9 in 1612, d. 1676. 

John, bp. at Wakefield, 18 Sept. 1604 

(reg.). 

Mar. secondly, lie. 1610, Jane, dau. of 

Thomas Leigh, of Middleton, bp. 9 Aug. 

1587 at Rothwell (reg.). They had issue — 

Thomas. '', 

Robert. 

Ferdinando. 

John. 



Thor 



II. THOMAS CLAYTON, descended from the Claytons of Claytc 

Hall in com. Ebor. Mar They had issue — 

William (III). 

.... Clayton, from whom Thomas Clayton of Claytc 
Hall in com. Ehorum is descended. 



III. WILLIAM CLAYTON of Okenshaw in com. Ebor., Esq., 
died a' 1627 or thereabouts. Admon. 12 Aug. 1631 ; mar. 

.... daughter of Cholmeley of in the East 

Riding of Yorksh. They had issue — 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE 395 

John (IV). 

William. 

Sir Jasper, Citizen and Mercer of London (Thoresby) 

(? licence to marry Mary Thompson at St. 

Faith, London, 1 May 1624). 
Daniel, a divine. 
Henry. 
George. 

IV. JOHN CLAYTON, of Okenshaw, at. 74 ann. 6 Apr. 1666, 
Recorder of Leeds ; d. Apr. 1671, set. 79 ; mar. first Elizabeth, 
daughter of ... . Citterne of .... in Kent, dau. of Gerard 
Fitz Williams (Thoresby). They had issue — 

1. John Clayton, cet. 46 annor. 6 Apr. 1666, d. s.p. 

2. James (V). 

1. Margaret, wife of John Spenser of Cannon Hall in 

com. Ebor. ; mar. first, Robert Hartley (Thoresby). 

2. Elizabeth, wife of ... . Hoskins, Citizen of London. 
Mar. secondly, Elizabeth, wid. of John Eccleston, Esq., d. 
s.p. (Thoresby). 

V. JAMES CLAYTON, of , J.P., cet. 42 annor. 6 Apr. 

1666 ; mar. Prudence, dau. of Mr. Bart. Burdett, he. 
at FeUdrk. They had issue — 

VI. JAMES CLAYTON, D.D., Rector of Sedgwick (Thoresby), 
Rector of Wensley, inducted 26 Apr. 1673 ; d. Aug. 1705. 
He had issue — 

VII. JOHN CLAYTON, Rector of Wensley, bp. 2 Feb. 1674-5 
at Wensley (reg.), bur. 28 July 1746 at Wensley (reg.). 

Authority — Thoresby's " Ducatus." 




nUC4DALES VISITATION OF YORIvSHIRK. 397 

Hangwest Wapentake. Richnnmd. 19° Aim. 1665. 



of 
Clr^at-^ntcton/ 



Arms : — Ermine, a chevron sable, on a chief of the second threehuUs' heads 

cabossed Argent. 
Crest : — A bull's head erased Sable. 

I. THOMAS BEVERLEY, of Selby. Inq. p.m. 20 Hen. A'lII 
(1529) says he died 13 Dec. 19 Hen. VIII. Mar. Jane, dau. 
& coh. of Storke (Glover). They had issue — 

II. JOHN BEVERLEY, of Selby ; mar. Agnes, dau. of Thomas 
Draycott, of Nottingham (Glover). They had issue — 
Thomas (III). 
Robert, parson of Bedale. 

III. THOMAS BEVERLEY, of Selhye in com. Ebor. Esqr, J.P. ; 
bur. at Selby. Will, 16 Mar. 1613-4, pr. at York 18 June 1614 

(reg. test, xxxiii, 137) ; mar. firstly, dau. of 

Colvile of Lincolnshire (Glover). Mar. secondly, Eleanor, 
daughter and coheire of Marmaduke Vincent, of Great Smeton 
in com. Ebor., 2d wife ; living 1629. They had issue — 
Vincent (IV). 

John Beverley, of Gainsted^ ; mar. Frances, dau. of 
Christopher Constable of Catfoss. They had issue — 
Thomas, ret. 4 in 1612, named in bis grand- 
father's mil. 
Ellinor. named in her grandfather's will. 
Jane. (Glover.) 
Robert, named in his father's mil, had £30. 
Richard, named in his father's will, had £30. 
Edward, named in his father's will, had £30. 
Thomas, named in his father's will, had £30. 
Marmaduke. (Glover.) 
Mary, named in her father's will, had £100. 
Jane, named in her father's will, had £100. 



1. 



'■ In the Wapentake of Gilling, 
' Gangstead, in the parish of Sv 



398 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



Ellinor, named in her father's will, had £100. 
Frances, named in her father's will ; mar. . . . 
Thomasine. named in he- father's will ; mar 

Thwinge. 
Anne, mar. Thomas Lewins of Rusholme, she died 

5 Sept. 1609, bur. at Selby. 

IV. VINCENT BEVERLE Y, of Great Smeton, Esqr., died a' 1634 or 
thereabouts. Admon. at York 19 Dec. 1634. Mar. Mary, 
daughter of George Twisleton of Barlow in com. Ebor. They 
had issue — 

John (V). 

Thomas, had legacy in his grandfather's will. 

Jane, wife of John Robinson, of ... . in com. Ebor. 

ElUnor, had legacy in her grandfather's vnU. 

V. JOHN BEVERLEY, of Great Smeton in co. Ebor., Esqr., 
cet.. 47 ann. 19 Aug. 1665. A major in the royalist army 
and had to compound. Bur. 9 Oct. 1680 at York Minster. 
Mar. Elizabeth, dau. of Rich. Beaumont of Whitley in co. 
Ebor., Esqr., first wife, oh. s. frole. mar. at Mirfield 18 June 
1637, by lie. ; 7nar. Mary, daughter of John Dalton of Hawkeswdl 
in com. Ebor., Esqr., 2d wife. They had issue — 

1. John, at. 9 an. 19 Aug. 1665, '. died young. 

2. Thomas. 

1. Dorothy, cet. 11 an. a" 1665. 

2. Elizabeth. 

3. Mary. 

4. Anne. 



OusE & Dabwent Wapentake. 



Yorke, 20 Martij, 1665. 




Eobinson 

Df 



-Vert, on a chevron between three bucks trippant Or pellet^, as many 

einquefoils Gules, a mullet for difference. 
—A stag trippant Or, pelletee attired of the first, gorged with a chaplet 

Vert, a mullet for difference. 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 399 

S'- ARTHUR ROBINSON of Dighton ill the County of Yorke, 
Knt. (3d son of John Robinson of London and Christian 
Anderson. See Robinson of Thornton Riseborough, vol. 
iii, p. 167) ; Knighted at Whitehall 15 Feb. 1630-1 ; High 
Sherifi of Yorks 1632. Bur. at Escrick 10 Dec. 1642. Will 
19 Sept. 1642, pr. at York 7" Dec. 1643 (unregistered). 
Mar. firstly, Elizabeth, daughter of William Walthall. She 
was bur. at St. Peter's, Cornhill 2 Oct. 1612. They had 



Luke & others. (See vol. iii, p. 168.) 
Mar. secondly, Jane, daughter of S'' John Garret, Kt., Alderman 
of the citty of London, second ivife. Bur. 31 May 1636 at 
Escrick. M.I. They had issue — 

John Robynson of Dighton, dyed without issue male in a 
1643. Bur. at Escrick 6 Dec. 1643 ; mar. Elizabeth 
daughter of S'' Thomas Hutton of Poppleton in com. 
Ebor., Kt., 28 Feb. 1638 (remar. Edward Bowles, 
a N.C. minister of York [Hunter]), bp. at Poppleton 
17 Feb. 1619, bur. 20 Feb. 1661-2 at All Saints' 
Pavement, York (Skaife's "York Minster Registers "). 
They had issue — 

Arthur, dyed an infant, bp. at Escrick 14 June 
1642, bur. there 7 Dec. 1643. 

1. Elizabeth, wife of Sutton Oglethorpe, son and 

heire of Sutton Oglethorpe, late of Oglethorpe 
in CO. Ebor., Esqr ; mar. at St. Mary, 
Aldermary, London, 11 April 1664. 

2. Anne, bp. at Escrick 10 July 1643, wife of 

/S'' Roger Burgoigne of WroTall in co. Warw., 
Kt. and Bart., mar. at Holy Trinity, Good- 
ramgate, 20 Aug. 1660 (reg.). 

Arthur (II). 

Jane, wife of Henry Fotherby of Beverley in com. Ebor. 



ARTHUR ROBINSON, of Dighton in co. Ebor., wtatis 39 
annor. 20" Martij 1666 : bp. at Escrick 17 May 1627. Will, 
16 Nov. 1680, pr. at York 16 Feb. 1681-2 (vol. lix, p. 229). 
Mar. Isabella, daughter of Raphe Rymer, late of Brotherton in 
com. Ebor., bur. at Escrick 24 July 1678. They had issue — 

Arthur (III). 

Elizabeth, bp. 1 May 1664 died 7 Feb. 1736. Had 

Is. in her father's will : mar. Laurence Breres of 

Leeds. 
Hannah, sole exix. of her father, ? bp. at Escrick 

26 June 1667. 
Dorothy. Had Is. in her father's will. 



400 



DU(;l)AI.ES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE 



III. ARTHUR ROBINSON, Merchant of York, ad. 10 armor. 



20 Martij 1665 ; bp. at Escrick 4 June 1654 ; ? 



Mary, 



dau. of ... . Betliell of Heslington (lie. 1680). Tliey Iiad 
issue — 

Arthur, bp. 16 Dec. 1684 at Escrick. 

Grace, bp. 20 July 1680. ] 

Mary, bp. 14 Oct. 1683. - C.B.N. 

Elizabeth, bp. 14 Oct. 1683. j 



Skyeake Wapentake. 



Leedes, 11° Aug. 1665. 




(Bxnm 

of 

Unisfortl). 



Arms : — Argent, a cross engrailed Gules. 

I. JOHN GRENE, of Horsforth, co. York, generosus ut apparet 
per cartam datam anno 20 E. IV (Glover). He had issue— 

II. JOHN GREENE, of Horsforth. (Glover.) He had issue- 
Ill. THOMAS GREENE, of Horsforth. (Glover.) He had issue— 

IV. JOHN GREENE, of Horsforth. Will, 28 July, pr. at York 
20 Sept. 15.58 (vol. xv, p. 108). To be bur. at Guiseley. 
Inq. p.m. 10 Oct. 5 & 6 P. & M. (1558) ; mar. Anne .... 
(brother-in-law Wm. Arthinsjt-on). They had issue — 

1. Gahmell (V). 

2. Martm. i 

3. Anthony. '_ Named in their father's mil. 

4. Thomas. I 
Mawde. - 

Jane, wife of Edward Boiling of Chelley. (Glover.) 
Elizabeth, wife of Robert Clough, Attorney in the 
Common Law. (Glover.) 



1 Lie. lliSO, Arthur Robinson, merchant, 25, and Mary Bethell of Heslington, 
at Escrick. 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORK.SHIRI-:. 401 

V. GABRAELL GREENE, of Horsforth, living a" 15S5. Admon. 
at York 30 June 1598, ? bur. at Guiseley 9 Apr. 1598 ; mar. 
Alice (? Mar)-), daughter of Thomas Lyster of Westhij in com. 
Ebor., at Gisburne 12 July 1559. Tliey had issue 

1. John. (VI). 

2. Laurence. 

3. WiUiam. 

4. Thomas. 

Rosamond, wife of William Sothill of Bar wick. 
Anne. 

VI. JOHN GREENE, of Horsforth, died in a- 1637 or thereabout ; 
bur. at Guiseley 25 May 1637 ; mar. Beatrice, daughter of 
Thomas Wenlworth of Mendham Priory in Suffolke, at Leeds 
18 Feb. 1583-4. They had issue— 
Michadl (VII). 
1. Alice, wife of Samiiell Burdet of More-Grange in co. 
Ebor., mar. at Guiseley 13 Dec. 1604. 

2 , ivife of Robt. Killingbeck, of Deane-Grange in 

com. Ebor. 

3. Margaret, wife unto William Stevenson of ... . 

4. Anne, wife of Thomas Shaw of Horsforth in com. Ebor. 
5 wife of ... . Midsley of Hellwood in co. Ebor. 

VII. MICHAELL GREENE, of Horsforth, cet. 80 an. 11 Aug., 
a" 1665^: mar. Margaret, daughter of Laurence Hahergham, 
of Habergham in co. Lane. They had issue — 

1. John (VIII). 

2. Laurewe Greene, citizen of London, bp. at Guiselev 

30 Mar. 1617. 

1. Mary, bp. at Guiseley 1 Nov. 1619; first mar. to 

.... afterward to ... . Austin. 

2. Beatrice, wife of ... . 

3. Anne, ? bp. at Guiseley 23 Jan. 1621 ivife of Jeremy 

Butler, of Deane Grange in co. Ebor. 

nil. JOHN GREENE, of Horsforth and Bramley in com. Ebor., 
cet. 53 on 11" Aug. 1665 ; bp. at Guiseley 23 Feb. 1611-12 ; 
mar. Anne, daughter of Gervase Smith of .... in com. Line. 
(Mrs. Ann Smith of Bramley) at Leeds 7 Nov. 1654. They 
had issue — 

1. George, aet. 8 ann. 11 Aug. a" 1665. 

2. John. 

3. Gabraell. 

Authority — Glover's Visitation for early part. 



entry of his burial at Guiseley. The family seem to have left 




402 DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

Allertonshire. Threske, 23° Aug. 1665. 



laiiby 
of 



Arms : — Quarterly of six — 

1. Argent, three chevronels braced in base Sable, on a chief of the second 

as many mullets of the first (Danby). 

2. Gules, six billets Ermine, three, two and one (Britlevile). 

3. Argent, a chevron between three crosses fieury Sable (Moston). 

4. Argent, five fusils in fess Gules, in chief three bears' heads erased 

Sable (Bosvile). 

5. Argent, a fess engrailed between three fleurs-de-lis in chief and one in 

base Sable. 

6. Per chevron grady Sable and Argent, three stags' heads cabossed 

counterchanged. 
Crest : — A crab fish. Or. 

I. JOHN DANBY, a younger son of the house of Yafford (Yaf- 
forth), was of Leake ; mar. Margaret, 2d dau. and coheir 
of William Moston, but query (Glover). They had issue — 

II. JAMES DANBY, of Brawarth ; mar , dau. of ... . 

Walworth i Glover). Thev had issue — 
William (III). 

Christopher, of Scarborough. ? Will 10 Aug. 1545, 
pr. 3 Oct. 1548 (vol. xiii, p. 429) ; mar. Agnes .... 
and had issue. 
Robert, of Eaunton near TopclifFe. 
Leonard, parson of Cowsby. 
Ann, d. unm. 

III. WILLIAM DANBY, of Leake. Inq. p.m. 26 Oct., 36 Hen. 
VIII (1544) ; mar. Margaret, dau. of Gilbert Legh of Midleton 
(Glover). They had issue — 
James (IV). 

WiUiam, of Knaresborough, Uving 1585 ; mar. Katherine, 
dau. of Richard Green, of Newby. They had issue 
(see Glover's " Visitation," p. 292). 
Mary, mar. Christopher Greene of Lamouth. 
Elizabeth, mar. Christopher E.xilby of Disforth. 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 403 

IV. JAMES DANBY, of Brawarth ; mar , dau. of ... . 

Warde. They had issue — 
Thomas (V). 
Myles. 

Elizabeth, wife of George Tiplady, of Richmondsh. 
Barbara, vnie of Thomas Allen. 
Mary, unmar. 1612. 
Dorothy, mar. to ... . Walker and after to ... . 

Redman. 
Frances, wife to Richard Lambert of Wistow. 



V. THOMAS DANBY, of_ Leake, in co. Ebor, died in a" 1623 
or thereabouts ; at the Visitations of 1585 and 1612. He and 
his wife recusants ; mar. Anne, daughter and coheire to Raphe 
Anger of ... . WiU 16 Oct. 1632, pr. at York 20 Mar. 
1634-5 (vol. xhi, p. 413) ; to be bur. in Ottrington Church. 
They had issue — 

1. Thomas (VI). 

2. Miles Danby. 

3. John Danby, of Borroughby in com. Ebor., named in 

his mother's will ; ? mar. Dorothy Davile, wid., 
of Otterington, He. 1614. 

4. William, died unmarried. 

5. Francis. 

6. Edmund Danby, of Borroughby in com. Ebor., named 

in his mother's will ; mar 

1. Eliz., wife of Michadl Metcalfe of Little Ottrington, 

Uc. 1603. 

2. Jane, wife of Thomas Middleton of Middleton in Cleve- 

land. 

3. Mary, wife of Thomas Appleby, of Great Smeaton, in 

com. Ebor. 

VI. THOMAS DANBY, of Braworth, obijt patre vivente, set. 23 
in 1612 ; mar. Eliz., daugh. of Christopher Carrus of Halghton 
in com. Lane, Esq' (? remar. EHz. Johnson). They had issue — 

1. John (VII). 

2. Thomas Danby, slayne at Navesby battell, in the service 

of K. Charles the first. 

3. Christopher Danby. 

VII. JOHN DANBY, of Great Leake in com. Ebor., Esq'; cBt. 49 
ami. 23" Aug. a" 1665 ; a deUnquent in 1654. ; mar. Mary, 
daughter of Will'm Swynbourne, of Cap-Heaton in com. Ebor., 
1 wife. They had issue — 

Elizabeth, wife of James Shafto, of Tanfeild- Leigh in y' 
Bishoprick of Durham, 2ndly of William Shafto 
of Brandon Hall (Fisher's " Masham "). 



404 dugdalk's visitation ok Yorkshire. 

Mar. Mary, daughter of Anthony Meynill of Kilvington in co. 
Fbor., 2 ivife. Thev had issue — 

1. Anthony, at. 12 ann. 23 Aug. 1665. 

2. Joseph, cut. 7 ann. 

3. James, cet. 6 ann. 

4. John, mt. 4 ann. 

1. Eliz., CEt. 10 ann. 

2. Agnes, cet. 3 ann. 

3. Ursula, wt. 1 ann. 

Authorities — Glover's Visitation for the early part. 




OsoODCROssE Wapentake. Pontefract, 7 Aug. 



A5ams 

of 

®ast-J|artrtoirk. 



Arms : — Gules, a lion rampant between three escallops Or, on a chief Argent 

as many palets engrailed of the fust. 
Crest : — A demi-gritfin segreant Erminois, winged and beaked Azure, holding 

an escallop Argent. 

I. LAWRENCE ADAMS, of East Hardwick. WiU 22 Oct. 
pr. 29 Oct. 1580 (Reg. Test, xxi, 293), to be bur. at Tonte- 

fract ; mar. Alice Thev had issue — 

William (II). 

Alice, named in her father's will. 

II. WILLIAM ADAMS, of East Hardwick in com. Eboritm. 
Will, 15 Mar. 1608-9. pr. at York 5 Oct. 1609 (Reg. Test, 
xxii, 138) ; tnar. Elizabeth, daughter of ... . Tinley of Wath. 
They had issue — • 

Lawrence (III). 

John, named in his father's will. 

III. LAWRENCE ADAMS, of East Hardwicl: cct. 70 ann. 7o Aug. 
1665 ; bur. at Pontefract 26 Oct. 1667. Will, 21 Oct. 1667. 
pr. at York 1 Oct. 1668 (vol. xlLx, p. 269) ; mar. Elizabeth, 



VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



405 



dau. of Maihew Heather of Sharlston in com. Eborum ; bur. 
at Pontefract 5 May 1660. They had issue — 
William (IV). 

1. Elizabeth, wife of Henry Aihroyd, a merch' in York ; 

legatee and executrix of her father. 

2. Mary, loife of George Abbot of Hundale, in co. Ebor. 



IV. WILLIAM ADAMS, of East Hardwick, atat. 41 ann. 7 Aug. 
1665. WiU, 23 May 1682, pr. at York 29 May 1683 (vol. Ix, 
p. 40) ; mar. Elizabeth, daughter of William Kellum of Pomfret, 
widow of Richard Otes, lie. 1661 at Ardsley or Berdsworth. 
They had issue — 

William (V). 

John. 



Named in their father's 
wiU. 



Benjamin. 

Samuel. 

Elizabeth, wt. septem mensium. 

Mary. 



V. WILLIAM ADAMS, of East Hardwick, ait. 2 ann. el amplius 
7 AuQ. 1665. 



BuLJiEE Wapentake. 



Yorke, 12° Sept. 1665. 




Df 



Arms : — Argent, a chevron Sable between three wo. 
Crest : — A talbot courant Argent, 



heads erased Gules. 
I. GEORGE LOVELL, of Skelton, Esq., 37 Hen. VI. Had 



II. ROBERT LOVELL, of Skelton ; mar. Anne, dau. of Thomas 
Beaumont, of Whitley Hall (Glover). They had issue— 



406 dugdale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

III. PHILIP LOVELL, of Skelton, bur. there 1558. Inq. p.m. 
28 Sept. 5 and 6 P. & M. (1558) ; mar. Bridget, dau. of William 
Pennington of Muncaster (Glover). They had issue — 
1. WiUiam, eldest son, sans issue. (Glover.) 
Tkonias (IV). 

3. George. 

4. William, died s.p. 

5. Eobert, of York ? bur. at St. Olave's York, 20 Jan. 

1606-7 ' ; mar. Katherine, dau. of William Teshe, 
of York. They had issue — William, Henry, Anne, 
Bridget (Glover). 

6. Henry, mar , dau. of ... . Johnson, of New- 

market Heath (Glover). They had issue — Nehemias, 
Margaret (Glover). 

7. John. 

8. Roger, ? bur. at St. Olave's, U Feb. 1577-8. He had 

issue. 
Anne, surda et muta (Glover). 
EUzabeth. 
Jane. 
Grace. 

IV. THOMAS LOYEL, of Skelton, in com. Ebor., Esq'^, died in the 
20"' yeare of Qu. Eliz. (1577-8) vel circa, ? if bur. at Skelton, 
1571 ; win'-. Jane, daughter of William Hungate, Esq., ? bur. 
at Skelton, 1565. They had issue — 
Thomas (V). 

Isabel, ? bp. at Skelton, 1554. 
PhilUppa, ? bp. at Skelton, 1568. 
Audrey, mar. John Hansbv, of Easthorpe near Malton 
(Glover). 

V. THOMAS LOVELL, of Skelton, Esq'; died a" 1603, bur. at 
Skelton, 22 Apr. 1603 : mar. Marij, daughter of Christopher 
Herbert of Yorke. They had issue — 

1. Thomas (VI). 

2. John Lovell,^ citizen of Yorke, draper ; died 25 Sept. 

1637. WiU, 22 Sept., pr. at York 18 Oct. 1637 
(unregistered) ; mar. Lucy .... 

3. Marmaduke Lovell, of Leedes in com. Ebor., died without 

issue, bp. at Skelton, 1595, bur. 9 Feb. 1662-3 at 
St. John's Church, Leeds ; mar. Elizabeth Bee, of 
Holy Trinity, King's Court, York, lie. 1623, bur. 
28 bee. 1665 at St. John's Church, Leeds. WiU 
20 Apr. 1665 (vol. xlvii, 315). 

' The Will y .Jan , pr. 1 Dec. IGOO vol. xxx. 19+) seems to belong to the above 
Robert, but it mentions wife Jane and son Jolin together with daughter Bridget. 
^ He and his children are mentioneii in deeds, York. Reo. Ser., vol. ii, p. 214. 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 407 

4. Philip Lovell, a Merchant in the Barbados, bp. at 
Skelton, 1602. 

1. Isabell, wife of ... . Blundell, citizen of Land. 

2. Eliz., wife of Robert Jackson, of .... in ye Bpprick 

of Durham. 

3. Mary, wife of Seth Lasenby, of Earswich in co. Ebor., 

lie. 1630, at Huntington or Skelton. 



VI. THOMAS LOVELL, o/ Skdton, Esq-, died in a" 1655. 
? Admon York, 1655 ; mar. Mary, daughter of John Boothe of 
Burnham tii com. Line. They had issue — 

1. Thomas (VII). 

2. Willm Lovell, ? bp. 13 May 1622, at Skelton, bur. 

there 5 Aug. 1668 ; mar. Anne, daughter of Roger 
Cockhill of Brigg in com. Line. 

3. John LovtU, of Tadcaster in co. Ebor., ? bp. 23 July 

1629, at Skelton ; mar. Mary, daughter of Francis 
Cundell, citizen of Yorke, 19 May 1657 at Belfreys 
(reg.). They had issue. 

1. Frances, wife of Thomas Cockhill, of Brigg in com. Line. 

2. Beatrice, bp. at Skelton, 10 Feb. 1623-4, wife of Arthur 

Atkinson, of Skelton, in co. Ebor., mar. there 2 Apr. 
1647. 

3. Susanna, wife of 1st, WilVm Belt, of Overton in com. 

Ebor., who died Nov. 1654 ; 2dly, of Edward Stanhope, 
of Grimston in com. Ebor., Esq'', who died 1658 ; 
lastly of S"" Henry Thompson, of the citty of Yorke, 
Kn' ; she was bp. at Skelton, 20 Apr. 1627, and 
bur. 29 Apr. .1701 at Marston. 

4. Hesther, ? bp. at Skelton, 28 Mar. 1638, wife of Ben- 

jamin Masterman, citizen of Yorke. 



VII. THOMAS LOVELL, of Skelton, Esq-; aet. 45 ann. 12 Sept. 
a" 1665, ? bp. at Skelton, 16 Mar. 1619-20, bur. there 
10 Nov. 1680 ; died intest. Admon. at York, 4 Dec. 1681, 
to Edward Micklefield, of York, taylor ; mar. Philadelpha, 
daughter of Thomas Atkinson, citizen of Yorke, 5 Apr. 1635 
at Skelton, bur. there, 27 Sept. 1680. They had issue— 

Johi, ret. 6 ann. 12 Sept. 1665, bp. at Skelton 21 Jan. 

1658-9. 
Philadelphia, retatis 3 ann. a" 1665, bp. at Skelton, 
12 Feb. 1661-2. 



408 duodale's visitation ok Yorkshire. 

The Ansty. Yorke, 9° Sept. 1665. 




Harock 

of 

C0|jp£nthor|i 
(Cnpmantljnrp). 



Arms : — Argent, a chevron betw 
No proofe made of the arme;^. 



I. RICHARD LA YCOCK, of Leedes in co. Ehor. : mar 

daughter of S' Richard Brooke, of Norton in com. Cestr., K'. 
They had issue — 

Martin (II). 

WiUiam. I 

Henry. ^ Named in their brother Martin's will. 

Walter. 



II. MARTIN LAYCOGK, of Leedes, in co. Ehor., bur. at Leeds, 
10 July 1589. Will, 14 June, pr. 2 Oct. 1589 (vol. xxiv, 99) ; 
mar. Fraruxs, daughter of Rich. Walker, of Leedes. They 
had issue — • 

Walter (III). 

Christopher, bp. at Leeds, 26 Apr. 1583. 
William, bp. at Leeds, 4 Nov. 1586. 
Martin Laycock, of Leedes, bp. at Leeds 20 Mar. 1588-9, 
bur. there 21 Mar. 1625-6. Will, 15 Mar. 1625-6, 
pr. at York 5 Apr. 1626 (vol. xxxix, 373) ; mar. 
at Leeds, 17 Aug. 1613, Eliz., daughter of George 
Clapham, of Beamsley (? Leeds) in com. Ehor. 

1. Dorothy, bp. at Leeds. 3 Mar. 1580-1. wife of Edw. 

Fairfax, hroth' to Tho., 1st Vise. Fairfax of Cameron ; 
Uc. 1600-1. 

2. Mary, bp. at Leeds 26 Mar. 1585, toife unto William 

(Robert) Pannel, a Merchant in Yorke. 



III. WALTER LAYCOCK, of Leedes, cheif Aidnager to ye Northern 
Counties of England, died IS Oct. a" 1634, ? bp. at Leeds, 
21 Sept. 1579. bur. there 18 Oct. 16.34. Will, 10 Oct., pr. 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 409 

5 Nov. 1634 (vol. xlii, 331) ; mar. Mary (Alice), da. of William 
Pollard, of Tong, in com. Ebor., first wife ; Uc, 1600, bur. 
at Leeds, 25 March 1624. They had issue — 

1. Richard, died unmarried, ? bur. at Leeds, 6 June 1624. 

2. William, died untnarried, v.p. 

3. Martin, died unmarried, ? bur. at Leeds, 5 Feb. 1608-9. 

1. Frances, bp. at Leeds, 20 Nov. 1607, wife unto Fraruds 

Shan, of Medley (Methley), mar. there, 8 Apr. 1629. 

2. Mary, wife of Edward Burbeck (Birkbeck) of Orton in co- 

Westm£rl. 

3. Ehz.. tvife. of Robert Sykes, of Loftus in com. Ebor. ; 

mar. at Leeds, 3 Dec. 1634. 

Mar. Eliz., daughter of John Wood, of Wetherby, in co. Ebor., 
gent., second wife, at St. Crux, 13 July 1626 (C.B.N.). They 
had issue — 

Walter (IV). 

Seth, died young. 



IV. WALTER LAYCOCK, of Cofpenthorpe (Copmanthorp) in 
com. Ebor., one of the Caftaines of his Ma''" Trayned hands 
for ye county of Yorke, cetatis 36 ann. 9 Sept. 1665, bp. at Leeds, 
3U Dec. 1629 ; mar. Thomasine, daughter unto William Bilhye 
(Beilby), of Micklethwayt grange in com. Ebor., Esq''. They 
had issue — 

1. Walter (V). 

2. John. 

3. Francis. 

4. Richard. 

5. Martin, mar. at Goodramgate, York, 20 Feb. 1682-3, 

Mrs. Jane Smith (reg.), ? bur. there 20 Oct. 1697. 

6. Peter. 

7. Wdi'm. 

8. Thomas. 

1. Susan. 

2. Thomasine, ? bur. at St. Martin's, Micklegate, York, 

13 July 1693. 

V. WALTER LA YCOCE, cet. 15 ann. 9 Sept. a- 1665. 




410 dugdalk's visitation ok yokkshike. 

Stainecrosse Wapentake. Barnesley, 15 Sept. 1665. 

(Blmfliirst 

of 
HounDIjill. 



Arms : — Barry-wavy of six Argent "and Sable, a canton of the second. 
The proofe of these armes^respited. Nothing done. 

I. ROBERT DE ELMEHIRST, temp. Edw. I el Edw. II. He 
tad issue — 

1. John de Elmehirst, 15 E. 3, of Worsburgh ; mar 

They had issue — 

Maud, daughter and heire, imfe of Roger Genne 
of Ouzlethwayt. Oh. s. prole. 

2. Richard de Elmehirst, 41 Edtv. 3 (II). 

3. WilVm de Elmehirst. 

II. RICHARD DE ELMEHIRST, 41 Edw. 3. He had issue- 
Ill. JOHN DE ELMEHIRST, Lord of Elmehirst, a' 1409. He 
had issue — 

John Elmehirst, died without issue; mar. Margaret, 

afterwards tnarr. to George Tingle. 
Wiirm (IV). 

IV. WILUM ELMEHIRST, brother and heire ; inar. Alice . . . 
They had issue — 

V. ROBERT^ ELMEHIRST, of Worsborough ; mar. Margaret 
.... Will, 17 Mar. 1551-2, pr. 6 Oct. 1552 (vol .xiii, 915). 
They had issue — 

1. Robert, died without issue. 

2. James Elmehirst, Priest, Crosse Bearer to Card. Wolsey 

and Parson of St. Swythens in Land. 

3. WilPm (VI). 

1 It looks as if Dupdale had nuBSed a generation. 



DUGDALK S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 4 1 1 

1. Agnes, ye wife of ... . Benson. Named in her mother's 

wiU. 

2. Margaret, ivife of Robert Genne of Ouzletwayt. Named 

in her mother's will. 



VI. WILUM ELMEHIRST, mar. Agnes, daughter of ... . Hall 
of Smetkley. They had issue — 
Roger (VII). 

1. Agnes, first married to John Forster, and after to 

Thomas Addye of Ederthorpe. 

2. Jennet, ivife unto John Cawood of Worshrough. 



VII. ROGER ELMEHIRST, of Houndhill, a" 17 Eliz. Reginw. 
Will, 30 Nov. 1594, pr. 12 Mar. 1594-5 (vol. xxvi, 74) ; mar. 
first Eliz. dau. of (Thomas ?) Marshe of Deyhouse in the parish 
of Darton. They had issue — 

1. Robt. (VIII). 

2. John, of Lewdine, mar. and had issue (see Wilkinson's 

" Worsborough "). 

3. Will'm, Collector of Customs, London (Wilkinson). 

4. Roger, Custom'' of Lymrick in Ireland. Oh. sine prole. 

1. Eliz., first marr. to Robt. Castleforth of Darleycliffe at 

Worsborough 14 Dec. 1585, after to John Booth, 
L'' of the Manour of Worsborough. 

2. Joane, wife of Nicholas Stamforth (Staniforth) of 

Tunslaw (Tuisley). 

3. Margaret, wife to Roger Genne of Ouzletwayt; mar. at 

Worsborough, 29 Sept. 1603. 

4. Agnes, wife of ... . Needome (Needham) of Rotheram. 

5. Mary, ivife unto John Allot of Doncaster. 
Frances, bur. at Worsborough, 1565. 

Mar. secondly, Margaret, widow of Charles Jenkinson of 
Slade Hooton, 9 June 1582. 



VIII. ROBT. ELMEHIRST, of Houndhill, bp. at Worsborough 

13 Jan. 1559-60, bur. there 9 Apr. 1618 ; mar. Eliz. da. of 

Will. Thorneton of Tiresall, widd. of Marke Foxcroft, of Kirk- 

staU, bur. at Worsborough 27 Mar. 1647. They had issue — 

Richard (IX). 

William, of Wadham Colleiqe in Oxford, M.A., Vicar of 

Ledsham, bur. there 6 June 1638. 

Robert. J 

Elizabeth. ( t\- a ^^ ™ 

o , ^ Died young. 

Sarah. 1 ■' ° 

Jennett or Judith. ' 



412 dugualk's visitation of Yorkshire. 

IX. RICHARD ELMEHIRST, of HoundhiU (which he fortified), 
gent., a RoyaUst, fined £566. Died in a" 1653 or thereabouts, 
bur. at St. Helen's, York, 31 Oct. 1654. Will, 31 Dec. 1653, 
pr. at London 17 Ma}' 1656 (Record Series, ix, 95) ; tnar. 
at Worsborough 6 Jan. 1628-9, Margaret, daughter and coheire 
of Richard Micklethivayt of Swayth-Hail, first wife, died 2 Oct. 
1632, bur. at St. Helen's, York. They had issue- 
Thomas, born 1631, bur. at Worsborough 1632. 
Eliz., died unmarried, bur. 1638. 
Mar. Eliz., dau. of Tho. Wayte, of Haxby, 2 wife, lie. 1633, 
bur. at St. Helen's, York, 3 Oct. 1657. WiU, 26 Sept., pr. at 
London 21 Nov. 1657 (Record Series, ix, 114). They had 
issue — 

Richard (X). 

WilVm, of HoundhiU, M.B., of Clare HaU, Camb., bom 
1645, died unmar. 23 Dec. 1715. Will, 10 July 
1702 (vol. Ixx, 374). 
Robert, died young. 

Thomas, of Boston, co. Line, born 1649, died 2 Feb. 
1696 ; mar. Ann, dau. of Henry Bolton. 

[From these descend the present family of Elm- 
hirst, of which there is a full account in 
Wilkinson's " Worsborough."] 
John, died young. 

1. Eleanor, wife of Hastings Rashy, of Smeton in co. Ebor. 

2. Rebecca, died unmarried. 

3. Elizabeth, wife of Edward Canby of Thurne in co. Ebor., 

lie. 1663. She was bur. at Thorne 1685. M.I. 

4. Anne, mar. Thomas Lambe of Boyton, Uc. 1668. 

5. Mary, mar firstly Samuel Bridges of Boston, mar. 

secondly, Samuel Saltonstall of Rogerthorpe. 

X. RICHARD ELMEHIRST. of HoundhiU in co. Ebor., at. 
25 annor. 15 Sept. a" 1665, bur. at Worsborough 1 Mar. 
1673-4. WiU, 12 Feb., pr. 24 Mar. 1673-4 (vol. Iv. 26); 
7nar. Alice (lie. 1661), da. of Gervase Dixon (Dickson) of Upper 
Woodhall in co. Ebor., bur. at Worsborough 21 June 1673. 
Thev had issue — 

Joshua, born 1669, died 22 Aug. 1683, bur. at Wors- 
borough. 
Elizabeth, at. 4 ann. 14" Sept. a' 1665 ; mar. at Wors- 
borough, 12 Feb. 1683-4, John Copley, Esq., of 
Nether Hall, Doncaster.^ 
Eleanor, died young. 

Authorities — Worsborough Registers — Wills, — Wilkinson's " History 
of Worsborough." 

1 HoundhiU remained to the Copleys and Elnihirst was transferred to her 
uncle William (Wilkinson). 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. ill 

Barkeston Ashe. Pontfract, 8 Aug. 1665. 



Eobinson 

of 
flttbcr. 




Arms : — Vert, on a chevron between three bucks trippant Oi 

Gules, in chief a trefoil slipped Argent. 
Crest : — A buck trippant Or, pellettce and gorged with a chaplet Vert. 



any cinquefoils 



JOHN ROBINSON, a merchant in London, bur. at St. 
Helen's, Bisliopsgate Street, London, 28 Feb. 1599-60. M.L 
Mar. Christian, dau. of Thomas Anderson, died 24 Apr. 1592, 
bur. at St. Helen's. M.L They had issue — 

John (II). 

Henry, of Buckton (see vol. i, p. 110). 

Sir Arthur, of Digliton (see vol. iii, p. 398). 

Eobert. 

Humphrey, of Thicket (see vol. iii, p. 169). 



JOHN ROBINSON, of Either in com. Ebor., Esq'', eldest 
son. Merchant Tailor, London, died 13 Apr. 1619, eet. 53, 
bur. at R}'ther (brass York. Arch. Journal, vol. xv, p. 45.) 
Will 28 Nov. 1613, pr. at York 15 July 1619 (vol. sxxv, 402) ; 
mar. Elizabeth, daughter of S'' Richard Rogers of Brianston 
in CO. Dorset, K', 1st wife, lie. 27 Aug. 1597, died s.p. ; mar. 
Susan, daughter of S'' Edward Holmden, K', Alderman of the 
citty of London, 2d wife, sole exix. They had issue — 

1. John (III). 

2. Henry Robinson, died unmarried, of the Inner Temple, 

set. 3, at 1612 Visitation, died 20 Oct. 1636 «t. 26. 
M.L at Ryther. Will 19 Feb. 1633-4, pr. at York 
11 Apr. 1637 (unregistered) ; to be bur. in the Inner 
Temple. 

1. Mary, ivife of John Savile, of Medley (Methley) in co. 

Ebor. ; mar. there 7 Nov. 1626, bur. there 7 May 1636. 

2. Susan, wife of Thomas Newarke of Akum (Acomb) 

in CO. Ebor. 
James, mentioned in his father's and brother Henry's wills 



41. 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



III. JOHN ROBINSON, of Rither, Esq', died in a" 1647 or there- 

abouts ; mar. Rachael, daughter of ... . Wadeson, citizen 
of London. They liad issue — 

1. John (IV). 

2. William, 

3. Humfry gent., married .... daughter of ... . 

Needham ; ? mar. Anne Wilkinson, wid., 22, lie. 1665, 
at Kirkby Wliarfe or Rji;lier. 
Elizabeth, wife unto John Rouse of Tamworth in co. Warr. 

IV. JOHN ROBINSON, of Rither, Esq"; wt. 32 ann. 8" Aug. 1665, 

died intestate, Admon. at York 26 Sept. 1679 to John Silver- 
sides, creditor ; mar. Elizabeth, daughter of S'' Roger Jaques of 
Elvington in co. Ebor., Kt., 1st wife, lie. 11 June 1649 at 
St. Michael's, Crooked Lane, or St. Faith's, London bp. at St. 
Crux, York, 16 Mar. 1631-2, bur. there 26 Oct. 1652 (C.B.N.). 
Mar. Bridget, daughter to Sr WilVm Fleetwood of Woodstoke in 
com. Oxon, K', 2d wife. 

Mar. Margaret, daughter of S"" Matthew Boynton of Barmston 
in com. Ebor., Bart., 3d wife, at Barmston, bp. there 7 Apr. 
1629. They had issue— 

1. John, wt. 10 an. 8 Aug. 1665. 

2. Charles, mt. 9 an. 8 Aug. a" 1665. 
1. 
2. 



Catherine. 
Mary. 



BiBDFOKTH Wapentake. 



Yoike, 13° Aug. 1666. 




Cljamber 

of 
Oulaton. 



lis : — Or, a cross Ermine between four birds Azure, on a chief of the last a 
serpent corone devouring a woman Or, between two roses Gules {sic). 
No proofe made of these Armes. 

I. ROBERT CHAMBER, or CHAMBRE, of the Haws in com. 

Westmerl., vixit 19" H. 8 ; mar. Jane, daughter and coheire 
to Thomas Washington of Hallid Hall in co. Westmerld. They 
had issue — 



uugdale's visitation of yorkshike. 415 

II. WALTER CHAMBER, of the Hawes in co. Westmerl. ; mar. 
Anne, da. to ... . Travers of Nateby in com. Lane, Esq. 
They had issue — 
Alan. 

1. Mary, tvife to . . . Ripley, of Rippon, in co. Ebor. 

2. Anne, wife to Christopher Bainbridge of . . . , in co. 

Westmerl. 

III. ALLAN CHAMBER, of the Haives in co. Westmerl., ob. cstalis 
sure 50 a" 1613 ; mar. Anne, daughter to John Carlton, Esq., 
of Beaforih (Beeford) in com. Eborum, gent. They had 
issue — 

1. Walter (IV). 

2. Robert. -) 

3. Jok 
4. 



5. Christoph''. ^ -> <- 

6. James. 

7. Allan. 

1. Anne, wife to Allen Pricket, of Natland in co. Westmerl., 
? mar. lie. 1607 at Beeford. 

2. Marg', wife to Jeffrey Braythwayt, of Beamond Hall in 
com. Lane. 

3. Helen, wife to Thomas Smith of Kendall in com. Westmerl. 

WALTER CHAMBER, of the Hawes in com. Westmerl., ob. 
cet. sua' 68 a" 1666, bp. at Kendal 2 Oct. 1596, bur. there 
2 Oct. 1665 ; mar. Elizabeth, da. to Will. Prickett of Natland 
in CO. Westmerl. They had issue — 

1. Allan (V). 

2. Robert, died s.p. 
Edward, died s.p. 

4. William, dyed young. 
1. Anne, died s.p. 

Dorothy, died s.p. 
Elizabeth, died s.p. 

Margaret, mar. John Cowper, Esq., of Pedgecroft, 
Yorks. 

V. ALLAN CHAMBER, of Oul.-ton in com. Ebor., cei. 50 ann. 
1666, Barrister-at-Law, Bencher of Inner Temple, died 
28 Nov., bur. 1 Dec. 1690 at Coxwold. M.I. Will, 24 May 
1690, pr. at York 28 Oct. 1691 ; tnar. Dorothy, daughter 
to James Moore of Angram in com. Ebor., gent., by a daughter 
of Michael Ask with, Esq. died 31 Mar. 1678 at Coxwold 
(reg.). They had issue — 

1. Thomas Chamber, atatis 6 ann. 13" Aug. 1666, b. 
9 Feb. 1659-60 at Coxwold (reg.), died s.p. in 
Virginia. 



416 dugdai-k's \isitation of Yorkshire. 

2. James, rrt. 5 arm. 1666, b. 24 Mar. 1660-1 at Coxwold 

(reg.)- 

3. Robert, dyed young, b. 16 July 1662, bur. 3 Sept. 

1666 at Coxwold (reg.). 

4. Allan (VI). 

Walter, bp. 20 Jan. 1674 at Coxwold (reg.), B.D. of 

Sidney Sussex Coll., Camb. 
Mary, bp. 30 Nov. 1667 at Coxwold (reg.). 
Dorothy, bp. 2 July 1676 at Coxwold (reg.). 

VI. ALLAN CHAMBRE (which spelling he assumed) returned to 
Kendal ; a Barrister, Recorder of Kendal, bp. at Coxwold 
8 July 1665, died Mar. 1744 ; mar. at Motherby, 21 Apr. 
1692, Mary, dau. of Marmaduke Trueman of Marderby. 
They had issue — 

Walter (VII). 

Alan, died unmar. 

WiUiam. 

Jane, b. 4 June 1698 ; mar. WiUiam S3Tnpson, Alderman 
of Kendal, bur. at Kendal. M.I. 

VII. WALTER CHAMBRE, of Halhead HaU, barrister, adm. Mid. 
Temple 15 Feb. 1758 and Gray's Inn 13 Nov. 1764, b. 28 Jan. 
1694 ; mar. 20 Apr. 1738, Marg., dau. of Jacob Morland of 

Capplethwaites, Sedbergh, Esq. They had issue — 

Sir Alan Chambre, Knt., barrister-at-law. Judge of 
the Common Pleas, purchased Abbots HaU, Kendal, 
born 4 Oct. 1739 at Kendal, died at Harrogate 
20 Sept. 1823, bur. at Kendal. M.I. 

Jacob Charles, Rector of Selside, Kendal, died unm. 
1771. 

Walter (VIII). 

Mary, died s.p. 

VIII. WALTER CHAMBRE, of Whitehaven, Merchant; mar. 
EUzabeth, dau. and coheir of James Fox of St. Bees. They 
had issue — 

Alan, M.A., died from a driving accident, bur. at 
Heversham 22 May 1800 ; mar. Mary, dau. of 
John Bankes RusseU. They had issue — 

Mary Alan, died s.p. 17 Mar. 1761, bur. at 
Hawkeshead. 
Thomas (IX). 
Other chUdren. 

IX. THOMAS CHAMBRE, Clerk of Assize, Western Circuit, died 
1836. The family appears to have ended in the male hne 
with his grandson, Walter Sandys Chambre, R.N., of Bardon 
Lodge, Leicester. 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 417 



BijLMER Wapentake 



Yorke, 19° Martij 1665. 




JranklantJ 

of 
AlttiuarkB. 



Arms : — Azure, a dolphin naiant embowed Argent, on a chief Or three saltires 

Gules. 
Crest : — A demi-dolphin Argent. 

I. HUGH FRANKLIN, alias Frankland, of Nelsing in com. 

Ehor. 3" Eliz. ; mar Tliey Lad issue — 

Richard (II). 

William, of Houghton-on-tlie-Side, co. Durh., gentle- 
man, had lands in Aldwark from liis brother Richard. 
Will, 10 Jan. 1589-90 (Durham Wills, Surt. Soc, 
ii, 143),^ to be bur. in his par. ch. of Denton ; mar. 
Jane, dau. of Christopher Chaytor, Esq., of Butterby, 
wid. of Ealph Willey, of Houghton-le-Side (remar. 
Richard Tankard). They had issue — 

Richard, named in his father's mil. 
Isabel, named in her father's will. 
Thomas, named in his brother Richard's will ; he had 
a son — 

Richard, had £100 in his uncle Richard's will. 

II. RICHARD FRANKLAND, Esq., of York, and Midrige 
Grange, co. Durh. (Register). Will, I Dec. 1585, cod. 13 Mar. 
1586-7 (copy Durham Wills, vol. ii, Surtees Soc.) ; mar. 
Anne, daughter of Thomas Young, Arch-Bishop of Yorke. 
1 Admon. at York 22 Jan. 1624. Thev had issue- 
s'- Henry (III). 

Richard, bur. at Belfreys 15 Dec. 1571. 

George, bp. at Belfreys 2 Mar. 1571-2. 

Thomas, bp. at Belfrej's 7 June 1573. 

John, bp. at Belfreys 6, bur. there 7 Nov. 1577. 

William, bp. at Belfreys 5 Nov. 1578, bur. there 12 July 
1594. 

John, bur. at Belfreys 28 June 1580. 

Elizabeth, bp. at Belfreys, 10 Aug. 1574. 

Lucy, bp. at Belfreys 11 Dec. 1575. 

Jane, bp. at Belfreys 27 Jan. 1576-7. 
There ia much about the Frankland family in the Durham Wills 



418 duguale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

III. S"- HENRY FRANKLAND, of Aldwarke in com. Ebor., 

Kt., died in a° 1624 vel circa., sdmon. 6 June 1624 ; tnar. 
Jane, daughter of S'' Charles Wren of Binchester in the Bishoprick 
of Durham, 1 wife. They had issue — 

Anthony Frankland, Esq., of Ellerton in com. Ebor.. 

A Royalist, compounded and fined £198 5s., 2 July 

1649. 
Mar. Frances, daughter of S'' Henry Windham of ... . in 
com. Norff., Knt., 2 wife (Norfolk Visitation). They had 
issue — 

1. Thomas Frankland, Lieutenant Colonell to S'' Wm Penny- 

man, K'., in the service of ye late King Charles, died 
unmarried. 

2. Henry (IV). 

Frances, wife of William Browne. 

IV. HENRY FRANKLAND, of Aldwarke in co. Ebor., cet. 47 ann. 

19" Mart. 1665 ; mar. Dorothy, daughter of Thomas Holcroft 
of ... . in com. Wilts. They had issue — 

1. Anthony Frankland, atatis 18 ann. 19 Marti] 1665. 

2. Henry, ret. 14 ann. 

3. Will'm, at. 13 ann. 

4. Francis, ret. 11 ann. 

1. Dorothy, wife of S'' Gervase Cutler of Stainhrough in 

com. Ebor, Knt. ; mar. at Alne 16 Nov. 1665, bur. 
at Silkstone 21 Dec. 1695. 

2. Rebecca. 



Hang. East Wapentake. Richmund, 21 Aug. 1665. 

(ILrflfts of (fast Appletoii* 

He refers himselfe to the Visitation of Lancashire, in which there is nothing entered 
concerning any Croft. 

I. ROGER CROFTS, of East Appleton in com. Ebor., Bowbearer 
in Wensdale to Qu. Eliz., descended from the family of Croft 
of Clawlon in co. Lane. ; mar. Anne, daughter and coheire of 
.... Mountfort of ... . in com. Ebor. Thev had issue — 

1. Roger Crofts, at. 65 an. 21 Aug. a' 1665, died 20 Feb. 

1670, set. 72. 

2. Edimrd (II). 

1. Anne, wife of Walter Strickland of Nateby in com. Lane, 

he. 163.3. 

2. Mary, wife to Richard Brathwayt of Burneside in com. 

Westmerl., Esqr., died 11 Apr. 1681, bur. at tat- 
terick set. 43 (Beckwith). 



DUGDALK'S visitation ok YORKSHIRE. 419 

II. EDWARD CROFTS, of East Appleton, Governour of Knares- 
borough Castle to K. Charles ye 1st, ret. 61 an. 21 Aug. 1665 ; 
mar. Anne, daughter of John Stanley of Dale-garth in com. 
Cmnbr., Esq. They had issue — 

1. Roger (III). 

2. Richard, died 15 Dec. 1681, set. -13 (Beckmth). 

3. Raphe. 

4. Edward, adm. Gray's Inn 19 June 1669. 

III. ROGER CROFTS, adm. Gray's Inn 12 Feb. 1656-7; mar. 
Isabella, dau. of WiUiam Dalton, of Hawkswell, died 25 Feb. 
1684 bur. at Catterick (Beckwith MS.). They had issue- 
Mary, living 1684. 

Authorities — Beckwith MS. (Leeds Arch. Society Library). 
Bayntox-Beacon Wapentake. Beverley, 15 Sept. 1660. 



(Erompton 
of 



Arms : — Gules, a fess wavy between three lions rampant Or, a crescent for 

difference. 
Crest : — A talbot sejant Or. 

I. THOMAS CROMPTON, of Hounsley (Hounslow) in com. 

Sussex (Middx.) and of Skerne, etc., co. York, Esqr., Auditor to 

Queene Elizabeth for her Revenue, M.P. for Ste-\Tiing 1588-9, 

for Radnor 1593, for Leominster 1597-8. WiU, 18 Oct. 

1601, pr. 18 Feb. 1601-2 (Montague 18, Copy Northern WiUs, 

Surtees Society, ii, 203) ; mar. Mary, daughter of Robert 

Hodgson of London, sister of Henry Hudson (Hodgson) of 

Tooting in com. Surr. , Esq. , bur. at Hounslow. They had issue — 

L Sr Thomas Crompton, K'., of Skeme, co. York and 

Hounslow, CO. Middx., of the Inner Temple, 

Cirograplier of the Common Fleas, Knighted 23 July 

1603, M.P. for Shaftesbury 1588-9, for Beverley 

1597. Slaine at Abbeville by a Robber. WiU, 18 Oct. 

1603, pr. at London 13 Feb. 1606-7 (Huddlestone, 

10) ; mar. Merial, daughter of S" Henry (Edward) 




420 DUGOALE's VISITAl'ION OF YORKSHIRE. 

Carey, K'., at Great Berkliamstead 23 Oct. 1597 ; 
died 15 and bur. 16 May 1600 at Aldenkam. They 
had issue — 

Cath., wife of 5'' Tho. Littleton of Frankley 

in com. Wigorn., Bt., sole daughter & heire. 

She was bapt. 30 Mar. 1599 ; mar. 23 Dec. 

1616, died 24 June 1666, ret. 67, bur. in 

Worcester Cathedral. M.I. 

2. S'- John (II). 

3. Robert (a quo Crompton of Sunderlandwnck). 

4. Edward, named in his father's will, had parsonage of 

Leckonfield. 

1. Mary, wife of S^ Will'm Gee of Bfp-Burton in com,. 

Ebor.. K'., Uc. 3 July 1601 at Hounslow, she 18 
or 19, bur. at York Minster 6 Sept. 1649 (reg.). 
Will 16 July 1628, pr. at London 6 Feb. 1655-6 
(Berkeley, 97). 

2. Frances, wife of S'' Robert Fen, K'., Clerke Comptroller 

of his Ma"" Household. 
EHzabeth, had £1,000 in her father's will. 
Magdalene. \ 
Alice. 
Margaret. ,• had each 1,000 marks in their father's 



Anne, mar. Gabriel Livesey of the Inner Temple, lie. 
2 June 1598 at Hounslow. 

II. S'- JOHN CR03IPT0N, of Skerne in com. Ebor. , Kn'., Knighted 
at Whitehall 25 Mar. 1608. M.P. for Brecknock, died 8 Dec. 
1623, bur. in Temple Church, London. M.I. WiU. 5 Dec. 
1623, pr. at London 4 Blay 1624 (Byrde, 38) ; mar. Frances, 
daughter of S'' Henry (John) Crofts, of Little Saxham in com. 
Suff., Kt. (remar. Edmund Foley of Badley, co. SufE.), died 
1661, bur. at Badley. They had issue — 

1. John, born 1610 at Toddington, co. Beds. 

2. Robert (III). 
Thomas, b. 1617 at Little Saxliam. 
Charles, b. 1618 at Little Saxliam. 
Edward, b. June 1620 at Little Saxham. 
Francis, b. 28 Oct. 1621 at Little Saxham. 
Anthony, b. 18 July 1623 at Little Saxham 
Mary. 
EUzabeth, b. at Toddington. 

III. S'- ROBERT CROMPTON, of Skerne in com. Ebor., Knt., 
Knighted 12 Mar. 1641-2, born at Toddington 3 Feb. 1612-13; 
mar. Catherine, da. of Sir Thomas Holland, sister of S'' John 
Holland of Quiddenham in co. Norff., Kn'.. died 20 Nov. 
1633. M.I. at Quiddenham. They had issue- 



all men- 
tioned in 

their 
father's 

will. 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



421 



Catherine, only dau., died s.p. 23 Jan. 1669, bur. 
at West Woodhey. M.l. The estates passed to 
Sir Henry North of Mildenhall, whom she was on 
the point of marrying. 

Authorities — Wills, and private information from S. Douglas- 
Crompton, Esq. 



BntDFOBTH Wapentake. 



Stokesley, 8° Sept. 1666. 




-Argent, 



finkiiBu 



of 



^iltnn-PamuU. 



in pale within a bordure engrailed 1 



1. WILLIAM PINKNEY, of Silton Paynell, 1465, had issue— 

II. EGBERT PINKNEY, of Silton PayneU, 20 Edw. IV; mar. 
.... dau. of ... . Conyers of Hutton-on-Wiske. They 



II. RICHARD PINKNEY, of Silton Pa}Tiell, 19 Hen. VII ; mar. 
Alison Duile of Ravensthorpe. They had issue — 

[V. RICHARD PINKNEY, of Silton PayneU, 21 Hen. VIII; 
mar. Eleanor, dau. of ... . Danby. They had issue — 
Christopher. (V). 
William. 
Leonard. 

V. CHRISTOPHER PINKNEY, of Silton Paynell ; mar. Isabel, 
dau. to William Sm}i:h of ... . They had issue — 
Lancelot (VI). 

James Pinkney, mar. Anne, dau. to Ralphe Pollard 
of Pickering Lythe. They had issue — 
Leonard. 
Margery. 
Christopher. 
Leonard. 
Agnes. 



422 dugdale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

VI. LANCELOT PINKNEY, of Silton Payndl in com. Ehor., 
at Visitation of 1584 ; mar. Dorothy, daughter of Raphe Pollard 
of Brumpton in Pickering-lithe in com. Ehor. They had 
issue — 

1. Francis (VII). 

2. Gawyn, dyed young. 

3. Christopher, dyed without issue. Will, 5 Jan. 1637-8, 

pr. York 6 Sept. 1638 (unregistered) ; mar. Eliza- 
beth .... of Stokesley. 
Margery, dyed unmarried. Will, 29 Jan. 1650-1, pr. 
at London 18 June 1651 (Abs., vol. ix, 35). 

VII. FRANCIS PINKNEY, of Silton Payndl, died about y yeare 
1656, a Recusant, 1640-1 ; mar. (lie. 1596, at Yarm) 
Eleanor, daughter of ... . Spenser of .... in Pickering- 
lithe in CO. Ehor., 1 wife, bur. at Leake 11 Feb. 1601-2. They 
had issue — 

Dorothy, wife of Rich. Kirke, of Bilsden in com. Ehor. 
Mar. Anne, daughter of Will'm Maleverer of Arncliffe in com. 
Ehor., 2 wife, born 26 Feb. 1579-80 (Brown's Hist, of Arne- 
cliffe). They had issue — 

1. WiUiam (VIII). 

2. Lancelot Pinkney, of Inglehy under Arncliffe in com. 

Ehor., a Recusant, 1640-1. Will, 20 Apr. 1681, 
pr. at York 19 Feb. 1682-3 (vol. lix, 444) ; mar. 
Mary, daugh. of George Metcalfe of North Allerton 
in com. Ehor. 
? Frances, mar. Edward Thoresby, clerk, named in 
her brother Lancelot's will. 

VIII. WILLIAM PINKNEY, of Silton-Paynell, mt. 60 annor. 
8 Sept. a" 1666 ; mar. Catherine, daughter of Will'm Talbot 
of Knaton in co. Ehor., 1 wife, lie. 1630, at Nether Silton or 
Leake. They had issue — 

1. Francis (IX). 

2. Christopher Pinkney, a Merchant in Leedes, a-t. 25 ann. 

8 Sept. 1666, named in his uncle Lancelot's will. 

3. Will'm, (Tt. 19 ann., named in his uncle Lancelot's wiU. 
Catherine, wife of Will'm Miles, Citizen of London. 

Mar. Cath., daughter of Crathorne Ashley of Bilsdale in com. 
Ehor., 2 wife. They had issue — 

John Pinkney, oet. 4 mens. 8 Sept. 1666. 

1. Dorothy. 1 

2. Anne. / named in their uncle Lancelot's will. 

3. Jane. I 

IX. FRANCIS PINKNEY, exor. of his uncle Lancelot, at. 33 
an. 8" Sept. 1666. 




UUGDALIC'S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 423 

Wilton Beacon. Yoike, 13o Sept. 1665. 



Horaby 

of 

Jnll-^ntton. 



Arms: — Rules, thi-ee liorses' heads erased Argent, bridled Sable. 



I. WILLIAM HORSLEY, of Skirpenbeck in the Wapentake of 
Buckrose, mar. Elizabeth, daughter of .... They had 
issue — 

II. WILL'AI HORSLEY, of Skirpenbeck, in com. Ehorum, living 

1584 ; mar. i3rst Margery, dau. of William Thwaytes, of 
Marston. They had issue — 

L WilUam, eldest son, 1584, mar. Dorothy, dau. of 
William Lakjni, of Easingwold. They had issue — 
Wilham, eldest son, aet. 6 an. 1584. 
Elizabeth, mar. William Slater. 
Mary, mar. Thomas Bylborough. 
Margaret, mar. WiUiam Taylor. 
2. Richard 

Elizabeth, wife of William Dawtrey, of Full Sutton 
in Harthill. 
Mar. secondly, Ellinor, dau. of ... . Sm}'th, of co. Line. 
They had issue — 
Francis (III). 

Dorothy (or Katherine), wife of Francis Chamberlayn, 
of Thoraldby (Glover, p. 176). 
Mar. thirdly, EUinor, dau. of ... . Buhner. They had 
issue — 

Robert, of Cropton. (See Horsley of Beckhouse.) 

III. FRANCIS HORSLEY, of Full Sutton, in com. Ebor., died in 

a" 1630 or thereabouts, admon. 1 Sept. 1641 / mar. Gartrude, 
daughter of . . . Wylham, of Wytham, admon. 29 Sept. 1641. 
They had issue — 



424 



DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



1. Francis (IV). 

2. Richard Eorsley, died unmarried. 

3. Edward Horsley, of Stamford Briggs, in com. Ehor. 
Gartrude (? Dorothy), wife of Caleb Procter, of ... , 

lie. 1615 (Paver). 

IV. FRANCIS HORSLEY, of Skirpenbeck, in com. Ebor., died in 
his father's lifetime, ? admon. 7 Nov. 1638 ; mar. Isabell, 
daughter of James Fryar, or Frear, lie. 1627 (Paver). They 
had issue — 

1. Francis (V). 

2. George. 

V. FRANCIS HORSLEY, of Full Sutton, vt. 35 annor. 13 Sept. 
1665 ; mar. Mary, daughter of John Sfoforth, of Howsham 
in com. Ebor., widow of Francis Dawtre of Full SuUon. They 
had issue — 

Francis, cet. 10 an. 13 Sept. 1665. 

1. Triphena. 

2. Mary. 



Pickering Lith Wapentake. 




Malton, 29° Sept. 16 



Horskg 

of 
^cckbonsB. 



orses' heads couped Argent, bridled Sable. 



WILLIAM HORSLEY, of Skirpenbeck, mar. thirdly, Ellinor, 
dau. to ... . Buhner. They had issue — 

1. Robert (II). 

2. Thomas. 

3. Jeremiah. 



II. ROBERT HORSLEY, of Beckhouse, in coin. Ebor., ? 

10 May 1617 ; mar. Elizabeth, daughter to ... . Gidney, of 
Ancaster in com. Lincolniw. They had issue — 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 425 

III. WILLIAM HORSLEY, of Beckhouse, in com. Ehor., obijt 

a" 1637, admon. 17 May 1638 ; mar. Elizabeth, daughter to 
Richard Waynd, of Fontroyst, in com. Ehor., at St. Olave's, 
York, 6 May 1634 (C.B.N.). They had issue— 

IV. WILLIAM HORSLEY, of Beckhouse, in co. Ehor., mt. 28 

ann. 1666 ; mar. Anne, eldest daugh. to Roger Wilherfosse, of 
Wilher fosse, in co. Ehor., P' wife. They had issue — 

Elizabeth, dyed young. 
Mar. Elizabeth, daughter and sole heire to John Agard, of 
Stockton, in co. Ehor., second wife, 11 Dec. 1661, at Belfreys. 
They had issue — 

William, cetatis unius anni. 

1. Anne. 

2. Mary, dyed young. 



The Boeodgh of Kingston upon Hull. Hull, 4 Sept. a" 1665. 

lElxjtck of Eingston sup£r Hull 

No proofe made of the armes. 

I. MICHAELL DEWICK, of Appleby, in com. Line. He had 
issue — 

1. Anthony Dewick, of Winterton, in com. Line. He had 

issue. 

2. Francis (II). 

3. Thomas Dewick, of Kingston upon Hull, wt. 70 ann. 

4" Sept. a" 1665, draper, bur. at Holy Trinity, 
HuU, 20 Feb. 1677-8. Will, 5 July 1675, pr. at 
York 19 June 1679 (vol. Iviii, p. 401) ; mar. Rosamund, 

daughter of Thwayts of Doncaster. They 

had issue — 

Nicholas, of HuU, draper, bur. at Holy Trinity, 
HuU, 4 Oct. 1680. WiU, 27 Dec. 1678, pr. 
at York 27 Jan. 1680-1 (vol. Iviii, p. 209) ; 
mar. Frances Smith. They had issue — 
Nicholas. 1 
George. 

Michael. • Named in their father's 

Jonathan. wiU. 

Men. ) 

Thomas, named in liis father's will. 
Rosamond, mar. John Lightfoote. 
EUzabeth, exix. of her father's wiU. 



426 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



II. FRANCIS DEWICK, Alderman and Mayor of Kingston upon 
Hull, died in a" 1663, bur. at Trinity, HuU, 5 May 1663. 
M.I. WiU, 21 Mar. 1662-3, pr. at York 25 June 1663 (Reg. 
Test., vol. xlv, p. 541) ; mar. Margaret, da. of ... . Mouncy, 
of Kingston sup. Hull, died 15 Feb. 1661, bur. at Trinity, 
HuU, M.I. (Gent's HuU.) They had issue— 
John (III). 

Mary, wife unto Rob' Raykes, of Kingston upon HuU, 
mar. Uc. 1664 at Hessle or Trinity, HuU. 

III. JOHN DEWICK, of Kingston upon Hull, rrt. 35 ann. 4 Sept. 
1665, merchant, bur. at Trinity, HuU, 26 Dec. 1678. WiU, 
15 Aug. 1678, pr. at York 12 Feb. 1678-9 (vol. l\-iii, p. 352) ; 
mar. Margaret, daughter unto James Moxon, of Leedes in com. 
Ebor., 1 Jan. 1651-2 at Holbeok (Leeds' Reg.) Thev had issue— 

1. John, ait. 8 ann. a' 1665, 4' Sept. 

2. Francis. \ 

3. Thomas. 
Mary. 
Margaret. 



Named in their father's wiU. 



Btdale Wapentakf 



, 28 Aug. 




Carringtou 
of 



I. WILLIAM CARRINGTON, of Spawnton, in com. Ebor., 
living a" 1612 (son of John Carrington, of Carrmgton, co. Cest., 
by his third wife, EUeu, dau. of William Brereton, of Brereton, 
see Ormerod's Cheshire, vol. i, p. 544) ; mar. Anne, daughter of 

John Bonvile, of .... in com They had issue — 

1. William^ Carrington, of Spawnton, set. 27, 1612 ; mar. 
.... They had issue — 

Anne, wife of Will'm Medd, of Lestingham, 
in com. Ebor., sole daughter and heire. 

' William Carrington and Elizabeth Thomjjson mar. 1 June 1615, at St. 
Michael's, Ousebridge, York. Licence 1633 for William Carrington, Esq., of 
Spawnton, and Frances Legard, wid., of Bawtry. Query, if either refer to the above. 



DUGDALKS VISITATION OK YORKSHIRE. 



427 



2. John (II). 
Robert. 
Thomas. 
Judith. 

Catherine. Glover's 

Ann. I Visitation, 

Frances. I 500. 

Susan. 
EUen. 

Isabell, wife of John Maddison, of Thorn- 
ton House. 

II. JOHN CARRINGTON, of Sjiawnton, wt. 72 ann. 28 Aug. 
a" 1665. WiU, 19 Feb. 1673-4, pr. at York, 1674 (vol. Iv.) ; 
tnar. Elizabeth, daughter of Henry Spnpson, of Edston, in com. 
Ebor., at Belfreys, York, 10 Jan. 1632-3. They had issue— 

1. James (III). 

2. Raphe. ) 

3. Francis. > Named in their father's will. 
Elizabeth. ) 

III. JAMES CARRINGTON, wt. 30 ann. 28 Aug. a" 1665 ; mar. 
Judith, daughter of John Garforth, of Ryton in com. Ebor. They 
had issue — 

1. Samuell. 

2. Henry. 



Batnton Beacon. 



Kilhara, 31 Aug. 




of 
flliDtikton. 



-Argent, a lion minpant witliin an orle of escallops Sable, a canton 
Gnles. 

Cekst: — A cubit arm in armour Or, the gauntlet grasping a sword Argent 
hiked of the first. 



['Zti DUGDALE S VISITATION OF VORKSHIRE. 

I. WILI/f MANBY,^ of Elsham, in mm. Line., died 5 March 
15 Eliz. (1573-4) ; mar. Alice, dau. of Thomas Gibthorpe, 
wid. of John Dacombe. They had issue — 

1. Francis Manhy, of Elsham, son & heire, SheriS of co. 

Line, died 26 Aug. 29 Eliz. [1587] ; mar. Anne, 
dau. of Sir Francis Ayscough, of South Kelsey, 
Knt. The)' had issue — 

Will'" Manhy, of Cransivicke, in co. Ebor., 
livim/e a" liS12 ; mar. Anne, dau. of Robert 
WiUiamson. They had issue. (See " Lin- 
colnshire Pedigrees," Harl. Soc, p. 631.) 

2. Robert (II). 

Mary, mar. Thomas Lodington. 

II. ROBERT MANBY, of Farlington, in com. Ebor., bur. 25 Jan. 
1601-2 at Bainton (C.B.N.) ; mar. Isabel, dau. of ... . Smith 
(Glover, 62-i). They had issue — 
Richard (III). 

Robert Manby, of Beverley, draper. Will, 7 July 
1646, pr. at York 17 Apr. 1647 (unregistered) ; 
mar. Ehzabeth, dau. of Wm. Johnson, of Beverley. 
They had issue — 
Robert. 
Elizabeth. 
Sarah. 
John Manby, of Cottenham, co. Camb., D.D. ; mar. 
Hester, dau. of Francis White, Bishop of Ely. They 
had issue — 
John. 
Wilham. 
Hester. 
Susan. 
Thomas, named in his brother Robert's will. 

III. RICHARD MANBY, of Middleton, in com. Ebor., died in 
a" 1658. WiU, 20 Apr., pr. at London 27 Nov. 1658 (Abs. 
Rec. Ser., vol. ix, p. 137) ; mar. Elizabeth, daughter of George 
Barnes, of ... . in com. ]yilts (dau. of Rev. G. Barnes, Rector 
of Middleton, C.B.N.) ; mar. he, 1616. They had issue— 
Richard (IV). 

1. Mary, ivife of Stephen Hudson, of Kelld, in com. Eboru. 

2. Eliz., bp. 13 Sept. 1618 at Watton (C.B.N.), wife of 

William Ri7tgrose, of South Dalton, in com. Ebor., 
Uc. 1639 at Middleton. 

3. Anne, bp. 1620 at Watton (C.B.N.), wife of John 

Semar, of Raisthorpe, in co. Ebor. 

4. Frances, bp. 10 Nov. 1626 at Watton (C.B.N.), ivife of 

John Coiterell, of Hugget in co. Ebor. 

5. Hannah, bp. Dec. 1631 at Watton, toife of Francis 

Throckmorton, of Burnbutts, in co. Ebor. 
' For earlier pedigree see Lincolnsliire Visitations (Harl. Soc). 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



429 



IV. RICHARD MANB Y, of Middleton, cet. 38 ami. 31 Aug. a" 1665, 
bp. 5 Aug. 1625 at Watton, bur. 3 June 1694 at Middleton 
(C.B.N.) ; mar. Frances, daughter of Francis Carlisle, of 
Brandshurton in Holdernesse in com. Ehor. there, 15 Apr. 1651. 
They had issue — 

Mary, wt. 9 ami. 31 Aug. 1665. 
Frances, cet. 6 ann. 1665. 
John, s. & h., living 1691. 
? Eichard, bp. at St. Mary, Beverley, 31 Mar. 1652. 

Authorities — Glover's, and Lincobishire Visitations. 



BtrcKRosE Wapentake. 



Malton, 28 Aug. 1665. 




of 



Arms : — Argent, a cross engrailed Azure between four boars passant Sable. 
Crest : — A derai-eagle Argent, wings displayed Gules, charged on the breast 

with two bendlets Sable, in the beak a rose branch stallced and leaved 

Vert, flower Argent and Gules. 
No proofe made of these Arms. 



MICHAELL HARDY, of Wetwang, in com. Ehor., descended 
from .... Hardy, sometime Lard Mayor of London ; mar. 
Alison, daughter of ... . Skelton, of .... in com. Ehorum, 
bur. at Huggate, 17 Jan. 1618-9. They had issue — 

1. John (II). 

2. Michaell Hardy, of Southburne, in co. Ebor., mar. Ann 

Headley, of Kirkburn, lie. there 1608. 

3. Richard Hardy, of Hunslow Beacon, in com. Ehorum. 

1. Helen, wife of ... . Kirhy, of Hugget, in co. Ebor. 

2. Anne, wife of Christoph'' Crosse, of Hugget in co. Ehoru. 

3. Eliz., wife of Marmaduke Taylor, of Langlofte, in co. 



430 DUGDALKS VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 

II. JOHN HARDY, of Wetwang, died in a" 1641, vd circa. WiU, 
28 June 1638, pr. at York 10 Oct. 1639 (unregistered) ; mar. 
Margaret, da. of John Newlove, of Wetwang, widd. of George 
Hynesley, of Wartre, in co. Ebor. They had issue — 

1. WiU'm (III). 

2. Michael, named in his father's will ; mar. and had issue. 

3. John, named in his father's will. 
Tristram, named in his father's will. 

1. Anne, wife of Thomas Moreton, of Yorke. 

2. Jane, wife of John Hudson, of Tibthorpe, in com. Ebor. 

3. Mary, wife of William Heivetson, Citizen of Yorke. 

4. Drusilla, wife of Tho. Branshy, of Rippon, in co. Ebor. 
Emmott, named in her father's will. 

III. WILVM HARDY, of Wetwang, at. 55 ann. 28 Aug. a" 1665 ; 

bur. at Wetwang 22 Dec. 1692 (C.B.N.) ; mar. Emme, daughter 
of John Nicholson, of Swinhdl, in co. Ebor., he. 1635 at St. 
Saviour. They had issue — 
John (IV). 

1. Emme, crt. 24 ann. 1665. 

2. Judith. 

3. Ruthe. 

Mary, bur. 15 Apr. 1657 (C.B.N.). 

IV. JOHN HARDY, wt. 22 ann. 28 Aug. 1665. 



Yorke Cittt, The Aynstie. Yorke, 22 Mart. 1665. 

Jfairfai 
of 



three bars-gemplles Gule3, over all a lion rampant Sable, a 
A jure. 

I. GABRAELL FAIRFAX, of Steeton, in co. Ebor. (son of Sir 
William Fairfax and Isabel Thwaites), bur. at Bolton Percy ; 
tnar. Elizabeth, daughter of Robert Aske, of Aughton, in co. 
Ebor., Esq', bur. at Bolton Percy. They had issue— 




DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 431 

1. S'' William Fairfax, of Steeton, K'. 
Thomas (II). 
Other children. 

II. THOMAS FAIRFAX, of Sledmer, illegitimate son (not con- 
sidered so b}' Dugdale), died a" 1641 or thereabouts ; mar. 
Dorothy, daughter of ... . SnawdeU, of Sledmere, in com. 
Ebor. They had issue — 

Charles (III). 

Mabell, wife of D' Johnson, of Langtoft, in com. Ebor. 

III. CHARLES FAIRFAX, of Sledmer, now residing at Whitby 

in com. Ebor., cet. 54 an. 22 Martij 1665 ; mar. Anne, daughter 
of ... . Johnston, of Long Preston in Holdernesse, 1 wife, 
he. 1628 at Preston. They had issue — 

Thomas (IV). 

Will'm Fairfax, marr. Cath., daugh. of John Smith, of 
Snaynton, in com. Ebor. 

1. Dorothy, wife of W'" Faucet, of Sunderland, in co. 

Palat. Dunelm. 

2. Elizabeth. 

Mar. Mary, daughter of William Rousby, of Crome in the 
County of Yorhe, 2 wife. They had issue — 

Charles, Notary Public, admon. at York 24 Aug. 1672. 

Mary, mar. William Towry. 

Jane, mar. John Laughton, of Eastfield, died 27 Aug. 
1699, bur. at Tickhill. 

IV. THOMAS FAIRFAX, Attorney at Law, at. 32 ann. 22 Martij 

1665 : mar. Anne, da. of Cuthbert Conyers, of Layton, in co. 
Palat. Dunelm., Esq'; 1 wife, at St. Martin's, Coney St., 28 Sept. 
1653, bur. there 23 May 1661 (reg.). They had issue— 

1. John (V). 

2. Conyers, cetatis 5 annor., bp. at St. Martin's, Coney St., 

12 Feb. 1660-1 (reg.). 
Edward, bp. at St. Martin's 30 Sept. 1659. bur. there 

2 June 1661 (reg.). 
Mary, bur. at St. Martin's 27 Dec. 1656 (reg.). 
Anne, bur. at St. Martin's 16 Aug. 1658 (reg.). 
Mar. Mary, daughter & coheire to Henry Anderson, of Long 
Couton, in com. Ebor., Esq., 2 wife. 

V. JOHN FAIRFAX, ^i. 11 ann. 22 Mart. 1665, bp. at St. 
Martin's, Coney St., 3 Jan. 1654-5 (reg.). 



432 dugdale's visitation ok Yorkshire. 

GiLLiNG West Wapentake. Kichmund, i;1 Aug. 1665. 



<f <f 



<f> 



lagton 
nf 



Arms; — Argent, a fess between six crosses botoiiee fitcliee, Sable. 

I. WILLIAM LAY TON, of West Layton, in co. Ebor., Esq':, 
living a" 1585 (1 son of John Laj-ton, of West Layton, and 
Beatrix Sedgwicke) ; mar. Elizabeth, daughter of Will'm 
Claxton, of Winiard in co. Dunelm. They had issue— 

II. THOMAS LA YTON, of West Layton, died a" 1624, vel circa ; 
mar. Margaret, daughter of Richard Willands, of Clints, in 
com. Eborum. They had issue — 

1. Thomas, died unmarried; aet. 12, 1612. 

2. Robert (III). 

3. Richard, died unmarried. 

Alice, wife of WilVm Tenant, of Hubberam, in co. Ebor. 
Agnes, wife of Rob' Bowes, of Appleton, in co. Ebor. 
Eliz., wife of Anth. Warde, of Northcote, in co. Ebor. 
Dorothy, wife of Luke Wastell, of Lasenby, in co. Ebor. 

III. ROBERT LAYTON, of West Layton, died in Jan. 1655. 

Will, 24 Oct. 1654, pr. at London 2 June 1655 (Aylett, 16, 
abstract Yorks Rec. Ser., vol. ix, p. 79) ; mar. Jane, 
daughter of Rob' WyviM, of High-Burton, in com. Ebor., 9 Jan. 
1620-1 at Masham (C.B.N.). They had issue— 

1. Thomas (IV). 

2. Robert, at. 40 ann. 1665; proved his father's wiU. 

3. Marmaduke. 

^^^T^A ] £100 in their father's wiU. 
Ehzabeth. ) 

IV. THOMAS LAYTON, of Whitehouse, in com. Ebor., at. 44 

ann. 21 Aug. 1665, bp. 19 Mar. 1621-2 at Masham. 

Note. — This pedigree is taken farther back in Glover's Visitation 
(Foster's Edition), p. 259, and Harrison's " Yorkshire." 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 433 

Pickering Lythe. Malton, 28 Aug. 1665. 




of 
^nainton. 



Arms : — Quarterly, a mullet Azure for difference — 

1 and 4. — Or, a chevron between tliree mullets Sable. 

2 and 3. — Gules, two chevrons Or. 

I. GUY LANGDALE, of Snainton, son of William Langdale, of 
Ebberston (for earlier generations see Glover's Visitation, 

Foster's Edition, p. 190) ; mar , dau. of Eobert Hall, 

of Snainton. They had issue — 

II. RAPHE LANGDALE, of Snainton, in com. Ebor., living 
a" 1612 ; mar. Catherine, daughter of Thomas Jerome, of 
Old Malton, in co. Ebor., lie. 1598 at Old Malton. They had 



1. Jeremie (III). 

2. Thomas, died unmarried. 

1. Isabdl, wife of Will. Chafman. 

2. Ursula, died unmarried. 

3. Isabell, wife of Richard Dickenson. 

4. Barbara, died unmarried. 

5. Susan, died unmarried. 

6. Mary, wife of Richard Fisske, of Beverley, in com. 

Ebor., lie. 1639 at St. John's, Beverley. 

7. Catherine, wife of Edtvard Davy, of Beverley. 

8. Elizabeth. 



JEREMIE LANGDALE, of Snainton, died in a" 1658 ; mar. 
Marg', da. of Thomas Etherington, of Eherston, in co. Ebor., 
lie. i635 at Snainton or Rillington. They had issue — 

1. Thomas (IV). 

2. Stephen Langdale, of Beverley, draper ; mar. Eliz., da. 

of Tho. Marshall, of Beverley, in co. Ebor., lie. 1664, 
at St. Mary's, Beverley. 

3. Raphe. 
Anne. 



434 DUGDALE'S visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

IV. THOMAS LANGDALE, of Snainton, mt. 26 ann. 28 Aug. 
1665, admon. 24 July 1693 at York (Eyedale Act Book) ; 
mar. Jane, daughter of Henry Rosse, of Preston in Holdernesse, 
lie, 1664, at Garten or Ebberston. They had issue — 

Elizabeth, admon. to her father 25 June 1691 (Eyedale 
Act Book). 



Hangwest Wapentake. Richmund, 19 Aug. 1665. 

ColbgB of IBohjbriiJgg (nr. Askrigg). 

Respite given for inserting ye amies and proving them. 

I. FRANCIS COLBY E, of Layston, in Suffolke, mar 

daughter of ... . Jennings, of ... . in Suffolke. They had 



II. JOHN COLBYE, of Nappa, in com. Ebor., died in a" 1616. 
Will, 4 Sept. 1616, pr. at York 24 Sept. 1618 (vol. xxxv, p. 
178) ; mar. Mary, daughter of Walter Calverley, of Calverley, 
in com. Ebor. They had issue — 

III. JOHN COLBYE, of Bowbridge Hall, in com. Ebor., cbL 51 an. 

19 Aug. 1665 ; mar. Jane, daughter of Alexander Moore, of 
Grantham in com. Line. They had issue — 

1. Alexander (IV). 

2. Christopher, A.M., Dean of Middleham, installed 1681, 

died 9 July 1727, set. 83 years, bur. at Middleham. 

M.I. (See Yorks. Arch. Journal, vol. sxu, p. 303.) 

Mar. Margaret , bur. at Middleham. They 

had issue- 
John. 
Gabriel. 
Ann. 
Frances. 

1. Anne. 

2. Margaret. 

3. Jane. 

IV. ALEXANDER COLBYE, wt. 25 an. 19 Aug. 1665; mar. 

Jane, daughter unto Christopher Tod, of Middleham, in co. 
Ebor. 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 435 

PiCKKRiNGE Ltthe WAPENTAKE. Malton, 29 Aug. aO 1665. 




of 
El3ton. 



Arms : — Quarterly — 

1. — Argent, a crosa fleury Gules (Percehay). 

2. — Argent, fretty Azure (Lound). 

3. — Argent, a lion rampant Azure, over all a bendlet Or (Faucon- 

bridge). 
4. — Argent, an inescutcheon Sable, within an orle of cinquefoils 
pierced Gules (D'Arcy). 
Crest: — A bull's head couped Azure, horns per fess Or and Azure. 

I. LEONARD PERCEHAY, of Ryton in Ryedale, in co. Ebor., 
Esq'-, son of William Percehay, Esq., of Ryton, heir to his 
brother by the gift of his father (Glover). Will, 23 July 
1593, pr. 6 Feb. 1593-4 (vol. xxv, p. 1504), to be bur. in 
Kirkby-Misperton church ; mar. Prudence, daughter of Thotnas 
Spenser, of Old Malton, in co. Ebor. Will, 26 Oct. 39 Eliz. 
(1597), and pr. 23 Feb. 1597-8 (vol. xxvii, p. 167) ; bur. at 
Kirkby-Misperton. They had issue — 

1. Thomas (II). 

2. Robert, died without issue. 

3. William. 

4. Henry, citizen of London. 

5. Leonard, of y' guard to Henry the 4"' K. of France. 
Richard. Named in his father's will. 

Anne, wife of Henry Johnson, of Blackhurst, in Sussex. 



THOMAS PERCEHAY, of Ryton, in com. Ebor., Esq-, died 
ina" 1625; set. 15 ami. 1584 ; bur. 5 Feb. 1625-6 at St. Martin's, 
Coney St., York ; mar. Anne, daughter of William Wivill, of 
Osgodby, in com. Ebor., first ivife. They had issue — 

William, eldest son, died in his father's lifetime unmarr. 

1. Anne, wife unto John Foyle, of Tisburye, in com. Wilts. 

2. Elizabeth, wife unto Tho. Shi'-ley, citizen of London. 



436 uugdale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

Mar., lie. 1599, Mary, daugh. of S^ Marmaduke Wyvdl, of 
Burton-Constable, in co. Ebor., K' and B', 2d wife (wid. of 
Francis Briggs, of Malton). They had issue — 
Christopher (III). 

1. Mary, wife of Christopher Philipson, of Callgarth, in 

com. Westmerl. ; mar. at St. Martin's, Coney St., 
York, 12 June 1624. 

2. Magdalen, wife of Bethell Hunter, of Thorneton, in com. 

Ebor., Esq'-, lie. 1630. 

3. Margerie, wife unto Franeis Edmonds, of Bayleys 

Court, in Sussex (Sussex Visitation). 

III. CHRISTOPHER PERCEHAY, of Rylon, Esq\ a-t. 61 ann. 

29 Aug. a" 1663, admon. 8 Oct. 1669 (Rj-edale Act Book) ; 
mar. Frances, daughter of Walter Strickland, of Boynton, in 
com. Ebor., Esq., lie. 1626 at Boynton. They had issue — 

1. Walter (IV). 

2. Christopher Percehay, bp. at Old Malton 11 May 1636 ; 

mar. Susan, daughter of Robert Gere, of Barugh, in 
com,. Eborum. 

1. Frances, bp. at Old Malton 17 Mar. 1627, wife unto 

John Hames (or Hayme), of Frome in com. Dorset, 
Minister of Flamborough ; mar. there 15 Oct. 1656. 

2. Milcah, wife of Arthur Jegon, an Utter Barrister of 

Lincolne^s Inn. 

3. Ursula, bp. at Old Malton 13 Dec. 1631, wife of Will. 

Dove, of Appleton in le Streete, in com. Eborum. 

4. Eliz., bp. at Old Malton 9 Mar. 1632-3, luife of Henry 

Simpson, of Smeton, in com. Ebor. 

IV. WALTER PERCEHA Y, died in his father's lifetime, bp. at 

Old Malton 29 Dec. 1630 ; mar. Barbara, daugh. of Basill 
Staveley, of Rippon, in com. Ebor., by Isabell his ivife, da. 
and coheire of ... . Grant, of Pickhill, com. Ebor., bp. at 
PickhiU 8 Dec. 1636 (reg.). They had issue— 

Christopher (V). 

Frances, bp. at Pickhill 10 Feb. 1656-7. 

V. CHRISTOPHER PERCEHAY, Esq., of Malton, cct. 11 ann. 

29 Aug. o" 1665, ? bp. at Pickhill 10 Feb. 1656-7. WiU, 

30 June 1708, pr. 4 Dec. 1711, mentions nieces Mrs. Gerard of 
Scarborough, Mrs. Watson of Appleton, residue to William 
Strickland. 



DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 437 

Hangwest Wapentake. Richmund, 19 Aug. 1666. 



Magte of lapbxirnr. 



Respite given for inserting the Armes. 

I. JAMES WAYTE, of Layhorne,''in co. Ebor. ; mar. Anne, 
daughter of Gilbert Metcalfe, of Hude, in com. Ebor. They had 



George (II). 

James tVayte, died unmarried. 

Helen, died young. 

II. GEORGE WAYTE, of Layborne, died 9" Martij, a' 1664 r 
mar. Agnes, daughter of John Towneley, of Hurstwood, in com. 
Lane. They had issue— 
James (III). 

George Wayle, of Layburne, cet. 40 ann. 19 Aug. 1665 ; 
mar. Mary, daughter of Abraham Langton, of the 
Loive, in com. Lane, Esq. They had issue — 
George, cet. 3 septim. 19 Aug. 1665. 
Mary. 
Anne, wife of John Adamson, of Thornton, in co. Ebor. 
Elizabeth, ivife of Robt' Rennison, of Layburne, in com.. 

Eborum. 
Jane, y^ wife of John Lambert, of Askrigg, in co. Ebor. 
Frances, wife of Francis Thorneborough, of Selshead, 
in CO. Westmerl. 

III. JAMES WAYTE, (tl. 48 ami. 19 Auo. 1665. 



Pickering Lithe Wapentake 



Malton, 29 Aug. a° 1665. 




.^kHton 

of 

;ili&tilEton. 

Arms ; — Azure, a fess between three fleurs-de-lis Or, a canton Argent. 



438 dugdale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

I. ANT HON Y SKELTON, a younger son to Skelton of Armethwayt, 
in Cumberland, set led at Sinington, in com. Ebor. He had 
issue — 

1. Thomas {II). 

2. Anthony, died unmarried. 



II. THOMAS SKELTON, of Sinington; in com. Ebor., died in 

May a" 1644. Will, 27 Mar. 1644, pr. at York (unregistered) ; 
mar. Anne, daughter of ... . Dela-Poole, of Pickering in 
CO, Ebor. They had issue — 

1. Robert (III). 

2. Thomas Slcelton, of Middleton, in Pickering Lythe, in 

com. Ebor., cet. 44 ann. 29 Aug. a' 1665. WUl, 20 
June, pr. Sept. 1672 ; mar. Alice, da. of WilVm Newton, 
of Chesterfield, in com. Derbia:. They had issue — 
1. Samuell, at. 4 ann. 29 Aug. 1665. Named in 
Ms father's will. 
Isaac. Named in his father's wiU. 

1. Anne, mar. William Gray. 

2. Alice. -^ 

3. Mary. i Named in their father's will. 
EUzabeth. ) 

3. Wiiliam Skelton, of Sinington ; married Marg', daugh. 

of Rafhe Bromfield, of Wilton, in com. Ebor. 

1, Mary, y' tvife of Thomas Pearson, of Hartoft, in co. Ebor. 

2. Christian, wife of George Hall, of Sinington, in com. 

Ebor., afterwards of James Grundon, of Sinington, 
aforesd. 

III. ROBERT SKELTON, of Sinington in com. Ebor., cetatis 59 

annorum 29" Aug. 1665. Will, adm. 6 Jan. 1667-8 to Thomas 
and George' sons (Ryedale Act Book) ; mar. Anne, da. of 
Raphe Bromfeild, of Wilton, in co. Ebor. They had issue — 

1. Robert (IV). 

2. Raphe. 

3. Thomas. 

4. George. 
6. WiU'". 



IV. ROBERT SKELTON, at. 27 ann. 29 Aug. a' 1665 ; mar. 
Mary, daughter of Will'm Smithson, of Thornt&n. in com, Ebor. 




UUGUALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 439 

Bttlmer Wapentake. Jlalton, 28 Aug. I6G0 



Hassell 

of 

Huttnn upon lartomt. 



Arms : — Vert, three adders erect Argent. 

Crest : — -A dexter arm erect vested Gules, cuffed Argent, the hand proper holding 
a branch of laurel. 



I. THOMAS HASSELL, citizen of London ; mar. Agnes, 
daughter of Mons'' la Motte, a Frenchman, and Governour of 

Graveling. They had issue — 

II. THOMAS HASSELL, of Connisthorpe in co. Ehor. WiU, 
15 June 1625, pr. 10 June 1628 (vol. xl, p. 256) ; mar. Juliana, 

daughter of Lancelot Mansfield of in com. Cumbr., 

Esq'', exix. They had issue — 

1. Samuell (III). 

2. Thomas, of Dalby. WiU, 10 Mar. 1637-8, pr. 13 Feb. 

1639-40 (unregistered) ; mar. Beatrice. They had 
issue. 

3. Raphe. Named in his father's will. 

4. Mansfield, of Leeds, ? bur. there 27 June 1663 ; 

? mar. 1st, Susan Milner of Calverley, lie. ; ? mar. 
2dly, Agnes Hillary, wid.; lie. They had issue. 

5. Jeremie. Named in his father's will. 

Anne, wife of John Harrison of Rudston in com. Ehorum. 

III. SAMUELL HASSELL, of Hutton upon Darwent in com. 
Ehor., died in a" 1655 ; admitted to Gray's Inn, 17 Oct. 
1608 ; mar. Mary, daughter of Richard Congers of Horden 
in Episc. Dunelm, Esq''. They had issue — 

1. Thomas (IV). 

2. Samuell. 

3. Raphe. 

Mary, wife of Francis Constable of Troutesdale in co. 
Ebor. : mar. at St. Mich., Malton, 3 July 1655 
(C.B.N.). 



440 



DUQDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



IV. THOMAS HASSELL, of Hutton upon Darwent, an Vtter 
Barister of Grmjes Inne, admitted 8 Feb. 1647-8, cet. 38 an. 
28 Aug. 1665; bur. at St. Mich.. Malton, 27 Oct. 1694; 
mar. Elizabeth, daughter of Barney Wood, of Thorpe, in the 
parish of Eudstone in com. Ebor., at Rudstone, 11 Nov. 1647. 
They had issue — 

1. Samuell (V). 

2. Thomas, cet. 7 ann. 1665. 

3. Raphe, cct. 4 ann. 

1. Elizabeth. 

2. Anne. 

3. Mary. 

4. Margaret. 

V. SAMVELL HASSELL, of Hutton Darwent, (Bt. 10 an. 28 Aug. 
1665 ; ? mar. Catherine, dau. of Isaac Fairfax, at EUerburn, 
24 Apr. 1683. They had issue. 



BtrcKKOSE Wapentake. 



Walton, 29 Sept. 1666. 




Carter 

of 
Tttrington. 



Arms : — Quarterly : 

1 and 4. — Azure, a talbot passant between three round buckles Or 
(Carter). 

2 and 3. — Argent, four lions passant in bend double-cotised Sable 
(Hawtre). 

Ceest : — A lion's head erased Or, frettee Sable. 
No proofe made of this crest. 

I. JOHN CARTER, of Lisle, neer Luton in co. Bedf} : mar. 
Prudence, daughter and coheire to S'' Philip Hawtre, of Luton, 
Kn'. They had issue — 

> There is a pedigree of Carter in the Visitation of Bedfordshire (Harl. Soo., 
p. 165). 



DUGUALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



II. ABRAHAM GARTER, of Lisle aforesaid, dyed in a" 1612; 
mar. Elizabeth, daugh. to ... . Carlton of ... . They had 



III. JOHN CARTER, of Settringion in com. Ehor., Dr. in Divinity, 
mtat. 59 an. 1666 ; bur. at Settrington, 1 Mar. 1666-7 (Reg.) ; 
mar. Frances, eldest daughter to WiWrn Fuller, Deane of 
Durhd. They had issue — 

1. Charles, cetatis 16" ann. 29 Sept. 1666. 

2. John, cBt. 9" ann. 1666. 

3. William, at. unius anni a" 1666, bp. at Settrington 

9 Mar. 1664-5 ; bur. there 31 Dec. 1666 (reg.). 

1. Elizabeth, bp. at Settrington, 27 July 1643. 

2. Katherine, bp. at Settrington, 21 Sept. 1644. 

3. Prudence. 

4. Frances. 



Laugbebgh Wapentake. 



Stokesley, 8° Sept. 1666. 




Conlson 

of 
Auton. 



-Argent, two dolphins haurient respecting each other Sable, collared 
and chained together by their necks, the chain pendent between them. 



I. CHRISTOPHER COULSON, of South Mimmes in com. Midd., 
died in anno 1641 ; bought the manor of Ayton ; mar. Susan, 
daughter and coheire of Richard Mahew of South Mimms in 
com. Middlesex. They had issue — 

1. John (II). 

2. William Coulson, of Greenwich in Kent. 
Dorcas, had a house from her brother John. 



442 DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

II. JOHN COULSON, of At/ton, Esq., in co. Ehor., at. 60 annoru 
8 Sept. a" 1666. Will 18 July 1674, pr. at York, to be bur. 
at Great A>-tou (vol. Iv, p. 250) ; mar. Elizabeth, daughter 
of Richard Hovell of HiUington in com. Xorff., Esqr, executrix 
of her husband. They had issue — 

1. Christopher (III). 

2. John, cEt. 21 ann., exor. of his father's will. 

3. William, crt. 12 ann. Named in his father's -svill. 

4. Edward, at. 10 ann. Named in his father's will. 

1. Frances, mar. Roger Jaques. Named in her father's 

will. 

2. Susan. ") 

3. Elizabeth. > Named in their father's will. 

4. Anne. ) 

III. CHRISTOPHER COULSON, son and heir, now a Barrister 
of the Middle Temple, London, at. 25 ann. 8 Sept. 1666 ; mar. 
Elizabeth, daughter of John Alan, Alderman of the Citty of 
Norwich. They had issue — 

A daughter, named in her grandfather's will. 



Hakthtll Wapentake. Hull, 18 Sept. 166 

Corkt 

of 

IRhtgston upon Unll. 



-Or, a raven. Sable. 
Respite for proofe of the descent from Corbet of Shropshire. 

I. THOMAS CORBET, of Agms Burton in com. Ebor.. came ovX 
of Staffordshire. WiU, 13 Nov. 1631, pr. at York 19 Mar. 
1631-2 (vol. xli, p. 636), to be bur. in quire of Agnes Burton. 
Mar They had issue — 

1. William (II). 

2. Francis Corbet, Rector of Pottrington (Patrington) in 

Holdernesse in com. Ebor. ; inducted into the Rectory, 

25 May 1627 ; mar. Anne daughter to ... . 

Lamplough of Leverston in co. Ebor.. 20 June 1628, 
at Patrington. They had issue — 




DUGDALe's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 443 

Henry, bp. 2 July 1629 at Patrington. 
William, bp. 18 July 1638 ; bur. 29 July 1639. 
Cornelius, bp. 6 Feb. 1639-iO. 
William Corbet, at. 16 ann. 1666; ? bp. 

28 Mar. 1645. 
Richard, bp. 19 Oct. 1647 ; bur. 26 Dec. 1651. 

1. Elizabeth, bp. 10 Jan. 1632-3. 

2. Anne, bp. 16 Oct. 1634 ; bur. 6 Nov. 1649. 

3. Frances, bp. 24 Aug. 1636. 

4. Naomi, bp. 15 Aug. 1641. 

5. Fayth, bp. 11 Apr. 1642. 

3. Henry Corbet, of Agnes Burton in co. Ebor. ; mar. 
Mary, da. of ... . Penyfaiher, of Burton in com. 
Staff. They had issue— 

Thomas Corbet, cetatis 26 an. 1666. Will, 
8 July 1673, pr. 19 Dec. 1674 (vol. Ixy, 
p. 311). 
Mary. mar. Thomas Hassell, of Thornton, 
lie! 1661. 

Elizabeth, mar Holland. Named in 

her brother's will. 
Faith, mar. George Firbank ; lie. 1664 at 

Agnes Burton. 
Margaret, mar. at Goodranitiate, York, 3 Dec. 
1663, John Ellis. 
Faith, had £100 in her father's ^vill. 

WILLIAM CORBET, of Bridlington in com. Ebor., obijt 
a" 1638 ; mar. Alice, dau. to Thomas Rode of Rode in co. 



Cestr 


., Esqr. They had issue — 


1. 


Henry Corbet, of Kingston upon Hull, Dr. of Phisick, 




CBt. 41 ann. 1666 ; mar. Euphemia, daugh. c6 heire to 




Peter Paulin, of Rudston in co. Ebor. 


2. 


Thomas (III). 


1. 


Elizabeth. 


2. 


Alice. 


3. 


Faith. 


4. 


Francis. 



III. THOMAS CORBET, of Bridlington; mar. Anne, daughter 
to Thomas Ricaby, of Bridlington Key in com. Ebor. They 
had issue — 

1. Thomas Corbet, cetatis 13 ann. 18" Sept. 1666. 

2. William, cet. 7 annor. 1666. 

3. Henry, at. 2 annor. 1666. 

1. Anne. 

2. Mary. 

3. Elizabeth. 



444 DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 

STArsECTXFFE WAPENTAKE. Skipton, 17 Aug. 1665. 




of 
fotoer Harrop. 



Arms : — Or, a chevron engrailed Ermine, between three Moors' heads in profile 
couped Sable, banded rovind the temples with a ribbon knotted behind 
Argent and Azure. 

Cbest : — A wolf's head erased Gules, langued Azure, collared and ringed Or. 
See the Visitation of Suff. for this descent and armes, there being no proofe made. 

I. RICHARD MOORE, of St. Edmundsbury, in com. Suff. Had 
issue — 

II. RICHARD MOORE, of St. Edmundsbury in corn. Suff., died 
circa annum 1619 ; mar. Anne, daughter of ... . Baldwyn 
of Castle Heveningham in com. Suff. They had issue — 

2. ithard. ] ^''^ ^*^°'^* ^^^'^^ sur%aving. 

3. James (III). 

1. Elizabeth, wife of John Brookes, son of Dr. Brookes of 

Yorke. 

2. Anne, wife of John Lewes, vicar of Preston in Amunder- 

nesse in co. Lane, and chaplein unto James Earle 
of Derby. 

IV. JAMES MOORE, of Lower Harrop in com. Ebor.. cet. 61 ann. 
17 Aug. 1665 ; mar. Catherine, daughter of William Haughion, 
2"^ brother to S*" Richard Haughton of Haughton Tower in com. 
Lane., Bart. They had issue — 
James (IV). 

1. Grace, wife of Thomas Clayton, of Lentworth in co. 

Lane. 

2. Elizabeth, wife unto Edward Cheive. M.D., of Potterford 

in CO. Lane. ; lie. 1663 at Slaidburn. 

3. Catherine. 

IV. JAMES MOORE, of Harrop, wt. 15 ann. 17 Aug. a" 1665; 
? mar. Mary Kershaw, lie. 1673, at Slaidburn or Tong. 



DU(;i)ALKS VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 44a 

Langbergh Wapentake. Stokesley, 8° Sept. 1666. 




forbtts 
of 



Abm3 : — Quarterly : 

I and 4. — Argent, a 



rampant Azure debruised with a bendlet 

Cxules. 
2. — Argent, a chevron between three hinds' heads erased Gules. 

(Beckwith.) 
3. — Sable, a chevron between three chaplets Argent. 

I. EOGER TOCKETTS, of Tocketts in Cleveland, Esq., died 
22 Nov. 30 Hen. VIII (1538) ; I.P.M. 6 June 31 Hen. VIII 
(1539). Will, 27 May 1536, pr. 2 April 1539 (vol. xi, p. 358) ; 
? mar. Jolian, dau. of Ralph Rokeby of Mortham. They had 



ROGER TOCKETTS, Esq., of Tocketts, living a" 1584; 
17 yrs. old at his father's I.P.M. ; mar. Margaret, dau. of 
Robert Mennell, Serjeant at y« law. They had issue — 

1. George (III). 

2. Thomas. 

Mary, wife of Wm. Strangwayes, of Middlesborough, 

2d son of Sir Richard. 
Dorothv, 2d. wife to Sir Ralph Salveyn, of Newbiggen, 

Esq." 
Josepha, wife to ... . Rogers. 
Margaret. 



III. GEORGE TOCKETTS, of Tockets, died circa arm. 1626, at. 
70 : signed Visitation, 1584 ; war. Elizaheih, daughter of 
.... Button, of Hunwyke in com. Palat. Dunelm. They 
had issue — 

1. Roger Tochetts, of Tocketts, Esqr, died circa ann. 1650 

sine frole; mar. Jane, daughter of ... . Cooke, 
of Newcastle super Tine. 

2. James, died unmarried. 



446 duuuale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

3. Wtll'm (IV). 

4. Robert, died without issue. 

Elizabeth, ivife of Francis (? William) Thompson, of 
Scarborough in com. Ebor. ; lie. 1599, at Gisborough. 

Margaret (? lie. 1595 to John Crawe of Upleatham). 

Isabel (? lie. 1607 to Thos. Bowes, of Appleton Wiske). 

Ann, wife of James Straugwayes, He. 1603. 

Muriel (? lie. 1596 to Marmaduke Bowes, of Angram 
Grange). 

IV. WILUM TOCKETTS, of Tocketts, Esq''., died circa ann. 
1665, cEt. 68; mar. Mary, da. of Joseph Constable, of New- 
Building in com. Ebor. They had issue — 

1. Roger (V). 

2. Thomas, died in Ms infancy. 

3. James, died unmarried. 

4. George, died sine prole. 

5. Joseph Tocketts, mar. Cath., daughter of ... . Eldon. 

1. Elizabeth, wife of Robert Ward, of Darneton in co. 

Palat. Dunelm. 

2. Cath., wife of John Kirton. of ... . in Holdernesse. 

3. Bridget, ivife' of Musgrave Ridley, of Fetherstonhalgh in 

CO. Pal. Dunelm. 



V. ROGER TOCKETTS, of Tocketts, Esq'., cetatis 46 an. S Sept. 
1666 ; mar. Cornelia, daughter of Marcus Van Valkinburgh of 
Valkinburgh in Holland ; bur. 16 Dec. 1665 at Guisborough. 
They had issue — 

George (VI). 
Roger, dyed young. 

1. Margt., dyed young. 

2. Catherine, cet. 3 ann. 1666. 

3. Cornelia, dyed young. 

4. Elizabeth, dyed young. 

5. Cornelia, died in her infancy. 

VI. GEORGE TOCKETTS, son and heire, est. 9 ami. S Sept. a' D. 
1666 ; mar They had issue — 

Roger, bp. at St. Martin's, Coney Street, York, 16 July 

1686 (reg.). 
Catherine, bur. at St. Martin's, Coney Street, 24 Mar. 

1682. 




DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 447 

HuNSLOW Beacon Wapentake. Yorke, 9o Sept. 1665. 



(©rmc 
of 



Arms : — Six escallops, three, two, and one. 
No proofe made of the Armes. 

I. ROBERT ORME, of Elston, in com. Nott. ; mar. Jane, sister 
of S'' John Meares, of the Manour in Kirton, in Holland in 
com. Line. They had issue — 

II. ROBERT ORME, of Elston in com. Nott.; mar. Barbara, 
sister to S'' WiWrn Sutton, of Averham in com. Nott., K'. They 
had issue — 

Robert (III). 

Barbara, wife of Willm. Leafe of Newarke upon Trent ; 
afterwards of Henry Drewell of Headley in com. 
Ebor. 

III. ROBERT ORME, of South Newbold on the Woulds, in co. 

Ebor., cet. 63 an. 9" Sept. a" 1665 ; mar. Frances, daughter of 
S'' John Vavasour, of Spaldington in com. Ebor., K'., lie. 
1625, bur. 15 June 1666 at Newbold (C.B.N.). They had 
issue— 

1. Robert (IV). 

2. Thomas Orme, of Copenthorp in co. Ebor., bp. 16 Jan. 

1637-8 at Newbold (C.B.N.) ; mar. Frances, daughter 
of Thomas Bankes of Bilbrough in com. Ebor., lie. 
1661 at Bishophill. They had issue— 

John, mt. 3 annoru 9 Sept. 1665. 

Barbara, oetatis 2 annorum. 

IV. ROBERT ORME, son and heire, cet. 28 armor. 9' Sept. 1665 ; 

mar. Frances, daughter of S'' Ferdinando Lee (Legh) of Middle- 
ton in com. Ebor., Kn'., wid. of Dr. Sam. PuUe^me, lie. 1661, 
at St. Sampson's, York, bp. 4 Nov. 1628 (Whitaker). They 
had issue — 

John, cBt. unius anni 9" Sept. a" 1665. 



448 du(;dales visitation of Yorkshire. 

Hangwest Wapentake. Yorke, 13° Sept. 1665. 




of 
^gUlljorpE. 



-Argent, a chevron Gules, between three cranes' heads erased Sable. 
Ceest : — Two serpents proper entwined around a cross patee fitchee Or. 



I. EDWARD TOPHAM, of Aglethorpe, in par. of Coverham, 
mar. Margery .... They had issue — 
Edward (II). 

Henry Topham, reader of Gray's Inn, Esq., ? admitted 
8 Feb. 1581-2; mar. Elizabeth, dau. of John Darley 
of Kilnhurst. 



II. EDWARD TOPHAN, of Aglethorpe in' com. Ebor., Esqr. ; 
? adm. Gray's Inn, 13 Aug. 1590 ; died about the year 1628 ; 
mar. Anne, daughter of John Scroope, of Danby in co. Ebor. 
They had issue — 

1. Francis (III). 

2. Henry Tophan, Lieuten' Colonell to Colondl Evers of 

a Regiment of Horse for the service of King Charles 
the first, & slaine at the battail of Marston Moore 
in CO. Ebor., a" 1644, unmarried. 

1. Margery, the wife of Christopher Croft, of Coverham in 

CO. Ebor. 

2. Eliz., wife to George Hemsworth of Roche in co. Ebor. 
. nne. I ^^ unmarried. 



FRANCIS TOPHAN, of Aglethorpe, Esq'; died circa ann. 
1644. Will, 29 Sept. 1643, pr. 9 Oct. 1644 (unregistered), 
a royaUst ; mar. Mary, daughter of S"" Edward Payler of Thoraby 
in CO. Ebor., Bart., lie. 1627 ; remar. Edward Saltmarsh. 
They had issue — 

1. Edward Tophan, died in a" 1651, vd circa, sine prole / 
adm. Gray's Inn, 13 Aug. 1638 ; mar. Mary, daughter 

to AiA* ;(,;,* l^.LUir. ?«WJ/.; 



DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



449 



of iS"" Peter Middleton, of Stockkeld in co. Ebor., 

Knt. (remar. Thomas Thornton of Olsted — Dugdale's 

Visitation, p. 57). 
Francis (IV). 
Anne, wife of Constable Bradshaw, of Upsall in Cleveland. 

Named in her father's will. 
Margaret, biir. at Belfreys, York, 20 Jan. 1643-4. M.I. 
Elizabeth, bur. at Belfreys, York, 24 Jan. 1643-4. M.I. 



FRANCIS TOPHAN, of Aglethorpe in com. Ebor., mtati^ 
34 ann. 13 Sept. a" 1665 ; adm. to Gray's Inn, 10 Mar. 1648-9. 
WiU, 24 Apr., pr. 23 May 1669 (vol. l, p. 245) ; to be bur. 
at Coverham ; mar. Clara, daughter of Lionell Robinson, a 
Barrister of the Middle Temple, London, named in her husband's 
will. They had issue — 

1. Lyondl Topham, cetatis 9 annorum 13 Sept. 1665; 
exor. of his father. 

2. Edward. 

3. Francis. 
Johr 
Eichard. 



ward. \ 

xncis. { 

m. f 

ihard. 7 



Named in their father's wiU. 



HoLDERNESSE MIDDLE Bayuwtck. Kingston super Hull, 4 Sept. 1665 

of 



1. Argent, a lion rampant Gules between eight fleurs-de-lis Azure. 

2. — Argent, semee of fleurs-de-lis Azure. 

3 & 4. — Argent, a chevron between three mullets Gules. 

6. — As the first. 




450 dugdale's visitation of yorkshirp:. 

ROBERT THORPE, of Thorpe juxta Wdlwyhe in Holdernesse, 
temp. R. JoKis ; mar. Margery, daughter of John Holme, of Pall- 
Holme in Holdernesse. 

STEPHEN THORPE, temp. E. 1., mar. Maude. 

I. STEPHEN THORPE, tempore Ediv. 2; mar. Isolda .... 
They had issue — 

II. STEPHEN THORPE, died a" 17 E. 3 ; mar They 

had issue — 

III. STEPHEN THORPE, died 10 Aug. a" 23 E. 3 ; mar 

They had issue — 

IV. SIR STEPHEN THORPE, K'., A" D'ni 1405; mar. Catherine 

.... They had issue — 

V. STEPHEN THORPE} a" 1405; mar. Joane, dau. of Sr 
Robert Constable, of Flamborough, K'. They had issue — 

VI. STEPHEN THORPE, of Thorpe, a" 1434 12 H. 6; mar. 

Isabell .... (in Glover's Visitation called " Revenettsare 
or Rebecca, dau. of ... . Hadley"; in Poulson, "Padley" 
They had issue — 

VII. STEPHEN THORPE, of Thorpe, died in a" 1502. WiU, 
11 Feb. 1502-3, pr. 13 June 1503 (vol. vi, p. 66), to be bur. 
at Welwick ; mar. Isabell, sister of John Constable of Halsham 
in com. Ebor., Esqr. Will, 20 July, pr. 12 Dec. 1505 (vol. vi, 
p. 149) ; bur. at Welwick. They had issue — 
John (VIII). 

1. Lora, ? mar. Sir Piers Frothingham. 

2. Dorothy, mar. William Lawde, or Raude, or Bawde. 

3. Elizabeth, mar. William Hedou, of Marton. 

4. Margaret, mar. John Ne«-tou of Burstwick. 

5. Alice, mar. William Newton, of Newton. 

Isabel, mar Strangwayes of Selby (Glover 

and Poulson). 
WiUiam, George, . Lancelot , Arthur, Bartholomew (in 
Glover and Poulson). 
Mar. Dionisj^ dau. of WilVm Eland of Hull. They had issue — 

1. Dionis, wife of ... . Musgrave. 

2. Joane, wife of ... . Handby. 

These five generations are very uncertain, and quite different in Poulson's 



' She and her daughters are not mentioned by Poulson or in the earher 
Visitations. 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 451 

VIII. JOHN THOEPE, of Thorj)e, died a" 1533. WiU, 10 Aug. 
1533, pr. 13 Aug. 1534 (vol. xi, p. 135) ; to be bur. at Welwick. 
Inq. P.M. 4 Oct. 26 Hen. VIII (1534) ; mar. Ellen, da. & heire 
of Will. Wells of Anlaby in com. Kingston super Hull, married 
in a" 1503. They had issue — 

1. Stephen, died without issue. 

2. John, died without issue. 

3. WilVm (IX). 
Thomas, died s.p. 

1. Isabell. 

2. Margaret. 

3. Elizabeth, mar. Peter Frothingham of Frothingham. 

4. Anne. 



IX. WILUM THORPE, of Thorpe, died 12 Martij a' 21 Eliz. 
Regince ; mar., first wife, Margery, daughter of Christopher 
Hillyard, Esqr. They had issue — 

Christopher (X). 

Arthur, died young. 

Elizabeth, mar. Richard Hogg of Marfleet. (Glover.) 

Margaret, mar. Robert Hall, of London. (Glover.) 
Mar. 2dly, Elizabeth, sister of Thomas Estoft of Estoft in com. 
Line., widow of Jasper Sheffeild of Croxby in com. Line, bur. 
at Welwick 5 May 1567. (Line. Visitations.) Mar. thirdly, 
Elizabeth, dau. of John Constable of Frismarsh. They had 
issue — 

Alice, died young. 



CHRISTOPHER THORPE, of Thorpe, made his will in a" 
1565, bur. at Welwick, 5 May 1567. Will, 2 May 1566, 
pr. 30 July 1567 (vol. xvii, p. 666) ; mar. first Anne, dau. of 
Jasper Sheffeild of Croxby in com. Line., mar. in a" 1543. 
They had issue — 

Stephen (XI). 

Thomas, bur. at Welwick 13 Dec. 1613 ; mar. Istly, 

at Welwick, 30 July 1581, Martha, dau. of Richard 

Wilkes, of Thorpe. They had issue (see Poulsonl. 

Mar. secondly, Isabel . . . ., bur 24 Dec. 1633. 

They had issue (see Poulson). 

Chi-istopher, bur. at Welwick, 18 Sept. 1557. (Poulson.) 

Frances, mar. William Newton, of Patrington, gent. 

Mar. secondly, Margaret, dau. of Oliver Ryther, Esq. They 



452 dugdale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

Richard, bp. at Welwick, 5 Aug. 1565; exor. of his 

father's will, under which he had £20. 
William, bp. 29 Dec. 1566. (Poulson.) 
Ursula, mar. Hem-y Marshall, of Staiidingholme. 

XI. STEPHEN THORPE, of Thorpe, Esq., made his will last Feb. 
15S6, pr. 5 Oct. 1587 (vol. xxiii, p. 143) ; bur. at Welwick, 
2 Feb. 1586-7 ; mar. at Welwick 20 Feb. 1569-70, Fraruxs, 
dau. of Nicholas Rudston of Hayton, in com. Ehor. They had 
issue — 

1. Robert Thorpe, of Thorpe, Esq"-, bp. at Welwick 20 Feb. 

1570-1, obijt sine prole ; sold Welwick circ. 1607 ; 
mar. Istly, lie. 1592, Mary, dau. of ... . Skerne of 
Walton in co. Line. Mar. secondly, Frances ..... 
died s.p. 

2. John, obijt sine prole. 

3. Will'm (XII). 

4. Thomas, obijt sine prole. 
Michael, died s.p. 

XII. WILL'M THORPE, of Danthorpe, Esqr., brother & heire, bp. 
at Welwick 14 Feb. 1576-7, died May 1620, set. 46 (Glover) ; 
mar. Eliz., daugh. of Peter Vavasour, of Willytoft in com. 
Ebor., lie. 1613, at Owthorne or Bubwith, died 1627 (Glover). 
They had issue — 

John (XIII). 

Robert. 

XIII. JOHN THORPE, of Danthorpe, Esq':, at. 51 ann. 4 Sept. 1665. 
He loas Capt. of a Troope of Horse in the Regiment of S'' Walter 
Vavasour of Hasletvood in coin. Ebor., Bart., for the service 
of K. Charles ye 1st, in the time of the late Rebellion ; mar. at 
Wragby, 31 Aug. 1635, Jane, dau. of Thomas Beckwiih of 
Aketon in co. Ebor. They had issue — 

XrV. JOHN THORPE, of Danthorpe, son and heir, cutatis 27 
annorum 4" Sept. a" 1665; tnar. Elizabeth, dau. & coheirs 
of George Daniell of Besewike in co. Ebor., he. 1664. They 
had issue — 
John. 

Authorities — Poulson's Holderness — Wills. 




DUGDALES VISITATION OP YORKSHIRE. 453 

Bakkeston Ashe Wapentake. Pomfret, 7° Apr. 1666. 



of 
CambUsfortl), 



Arms : — Gules, a lion rampant between three escallops Or, on a chief Argent 

as many pallets engrailed Azure. 
Crest : — A demi-griffin Ermine, winged and armed Azure, holding an escallop Gules. 

I. WILL'il ADAMS, of Ouston, in com. Ebor. He had issue— 

II. JOHN ADAMS, of Balnheck, in com. Ebor., 26 H. 8, bur. 

15 Feb. 1550-1 (C.B.N.). He had issue- 
Ill. JOHN ADAMS, sold his estate at Balnheck in a" 1583 ; bur. 

30 Apr. 1576 at Suaith (C.B.N.). He had issue— 

IV. WILVM ADAMS, of Camblesforth in com. Ebor., died circa 
ann. 1605 ; ? mar. Isabel ... He had issue — • 

1. Thomas Adams, a Bachelour in Divinity and Fellow 

of Trin. Colledge in Cambridge, died umnarr. Will, 
9 Aug. 1645, pr. 1 July 1646 (unregistered). 

2. Christopher (V). 

3. John, of Pontefi-act, deceased in 1641 ; mar. Anne 

.... They had issue — 
WiUiam. -j 

Boniface. ( Named in their uncle 
John. f Maximilian's will. 

Anne. ' 

Maximihan, of Pontefract, Alderman. WiU, 9 Jan. 
1640-1, pr. at York Nov. 1642 (unregistered) ; mar. 
Anne . . . ., exix. of her husband. 
William. 

1 mar Markham, of .... in com. Nott. 

2. Ann, ivife of William Taylor of .... in com. Ebor. 
Named in her brother Thomas' will. 



454 dugdale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

V. CHRISTOPHER ADAMS, of Camblesforth, cet. 70 annorum 
7" Apr. a" D. 1666 ; bur. at Drax 12 Dec. 1674. Will, 7 Dec. 
1674, pr. at York (vol. Iv, p. 369). Mar. Susanna, daughter 
of ... . Latnbe, Rector of Ackivorth in com. Ehorum. Admon. 
at York 14 Apr. 1680. They had issue— 

VI. JOHN ADAMS, Esq., of Camblesforth, son and heire, CBt. 
32, annor. 7" Afr. 1666; mar. at Snaith, 14 July 1654, Mary, 
daughter of Thomas Lewetis, of Rusholme in com. Ebor., 
1 bur. at Drax, 30 May 1700. They had issue— 
Christopher (VII). 



^ r Named in their grandfather's will. 

VII. CHRISTOPHER ADAJVIS, Esq., of Camblesforth, crt. 9 annor. 
7' Apr. 1666 ; bur. at Drax 26 July 1703. Admon. 17 Sept. 
1703. Mar. EUzabeth . . . ., bur. at Drax 23 Nov. 1721 
(reg.). Will, 3 Jan. 1718-9, pr. at York 10 Feb. 1721-2 
(vol. Ixxvi, p. 152). They had issue — 

John Adams, Esq., of Camblesforth, bur. at Drax 
21 Feb. 1748-9, »t. 63 (reg.). WiU, 10 Apr. 1745, 
pr. 26 Apr. 1749 (vol. xciii, p. 94). Mar. Elizabeth 
Boynton, bur. at Drax 20 Feb. 1755-6 (reg.). 
Will, 10 May 1750, pr. at York 3 Mar. 1755-6 (vol. 
xcix, p. 77). 
Christopher (VIII). 

Frances, mar. Dr. Goodwin, Eector of Tankersley ; 
bur. at Drax 7 May 1754 (reg.). 

VIII. CHRISTOPHER ADAMS, Esq., of Camblesforth, heir to his 
brother John, but died before him and bur. at Drax 1 Feb. 
1747-8, set. 59 (reg.). WiU, 11 Oct. 1745, pr. at York 29 Mar. 
1748 (vol. lx\'iii, p. 450). Mar. Hannah, dau. of Sir Duke 
GifEord. They had issue — 

1. John Bopiton (IX). 

2. Duke, died intest. Admon. at York 23 Nov. 1776. 

3. Thomas, died an infant. 

Elizabeth, died unmar., bur. at Drax 19 Sept. 1759. 

Hannah, ? bur. at Drax 10 Mar. 1749. 

Frances Mary, mar. Joceljii Price, Esq. They had 

issue. 
Clare, mar. Rev. Francis Leighton. 

IX. JOHN BOYNTON ADAMS, Esq., of Camblesforth, a lunatic, 
died unmar. intest. 7 Jan. 1791, aet. 63, bur. at Drax, when 
the estates descended to his sister Frances. 




DUGUALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 455 

Lanqbaboh Wapentake. Stokesley, 25° Aug. 1665. 

Mrigljt 

of 

!E niton upon ,^toah. 

componee Argent and Azure between three eaglea' 
heads erased of the last, a canton Gules (Wright). 
2. — Azure, three crescents Or (Ryther). 

3. — Gules, a lion rampant Argent, charged with an annulet (Aldburgh). 
Crest : — A unicorn passant regardant Argent, armed Or, imguled Azure. 

I. WILUM WRIGHT, of Ploivland in co. Ebor. (son of Eobert 
Wright, Esq., of Plowland, and Anne, dau. of Thomas Grim- 
ston, of Grimston), died 23 Aug. 1621, bur. at Wehvick. M.I. 
(Poulson). Will 25 Feb. 1620-1, pr. 2 Oct. 1621 (vol. xxxvi, 
p. 543). Mar. Ann, daughter of Robert Thorneton, of Newton, 
died 28 Dec. 1618, bur. at Welwick (Poulson). They had 
issue — 

Robert Wright, of Foston. (A quo Wright of Plowland, 
see Glover's Visitation, Foster's Ed., 143). 

Francis (II). 

Other children. (See Glover's Visitation.) 

II. FRANCIS WRIGHT, of Soioerby, in com. Ebor. ; mar. . . . 
They had issue — 
Francis (III). 

Christopher Wright, of Sowerby, in co. Ebor. He 
had issue. 

III. FRANCIS WRIGHT, of Bolton super Swale, in co. Ebor. ; 
died in a" 1651 or thereabouts ; mar. Grace, daughter of Roger 
Beckwith, of Aldbrough, in com. Ebor. They had issue — 
Francis (IV). 

1. Elizabeth, wife of Trinian, alias Ninian Anderson, of 

Gales in com. Ebor. 

2. Jane, wife of John Palleser, of Kirby Wishe, in com. 

Ebor., lie. 1630. 

3. Grace, wife of Thomas Meryton, of Castle Levinton, in 

com. Eborum. 



456 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



IV. FRANCIS WRIGHT, of Bolton, died o" 1665; mar. Anne, 
daugh. of George Meryton, Deane of Yorke, lie. 1626. They 
had issue — 

1. Francis, ohijt sine prole ; adm. St. John's, Camb. 

14 May 1647. 

2. George (V). 

3. Thomas. 

4. Richard. 

5. Christoph''. 

6. WiWm. 

1. Anne, wife of Thomas Hewardin, of Maltby in co. Ebor. 

2. Grace, wife of John Blakeston, of Old Malton in co. Ebor. 

V. GEORGE WRIGHT, of Bolton in co. Ebor., cet. 36 an. 25" Aug. 
a' 1665. Adm. to St. John's, Camb., 14 May 1647, set. 15. 
Mar. Beatrice, da. of James Maleverer, of Arndiffe, in co. 
Ebor., Esq., born 13 Oct. 1624 (Brown's "Arnchffe"). They 
had issue — 

1. Francis, cct. 7 ann. 25 Aug. 1665. 

2. George, cet. 3 ann. (VI). 

3. Richard, cet. 1 ann. 

1. Anne, cet. 9 ann. 

2. Beatrice, est. 6 ann. 



VI. ? GEORGE WRIGHT, gent., of Bolton and Swale, died 
13 Ma. 1722, set. 58 ; bur. at St. John's, York (Radclifie MS., 
Leeds Library) ; mar. Ehzabeth Hawley, \vid., lie. 1684, 
at All Saints', Pavement, or St. Crux, York. 



Ktdall Wapentake. 



Yorke, 13 Aug. 1666. 




of 
<Apkton in tl]£ ^trMc. 



Arms : — Azure, a chevron engrailed between three cranes' heads erased Argent, 
each holding in the beak an oak-branch, leaves Vert, eicoms Or. 
No proofe made of these Armes. 



DUGDALe's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 457 

JAMES RAYNES, of Apleton in the Streete, in com. Ehor. 
Will, 20 Nov. 1643, pr. at York (unregistered), where his wife 
is called Marie ; to be bur. in Appleton churchyard ; mar. 
Margaret, daughter to . . . Atkinson, of Thusk (? Thirsk), in 
CO. Ebor. They had issue — 

1. James (II). 

2. William Raynes, of Apleton in ye Street, in co. Ebor. ; 

mar. Elizabeth, daughter to Thomas Cooper. His 
children are mentioned in their grandfather's wiU. 

3. Peter Raynes, of Apleton in the Street, in com. Ebor. 

Named in his father's will. Mar. Anne, daughter 
to Robert Tratle, of Apleton in the Street, in co. Ebor. 

1. Frances, ivife to Thomas Tratle, of Apleton in ye Street, 

in CO. Ebor. Named in her father's will. 

2. Seazy (Cezie), ivife to John Story, of Apleton in the 

Street, in co. Ebor., Clarke. Named in her father's 
wiU. 

3. Elizabeth, wife to James Storr, of Hutton-Bushdl, in 

com. Ebor. Named in her father's wiU. 

4. Ursula, wife to Ambrose Clarke, of Ryton, afterwards 

to James Deane, of Thome in co. Ebor. 



II. JAMES RAYNES, of Apleton in the Street, in com. Ebor., 

ohijt 1642. Will, Nov. 20, 1643, pr (unregistered). 

Mar. Sarah, 3rd daughter to Richard Letby, of Skirterbeck, in 
com. Ebor. They had issue — 

1. John (III). 

2. William Raynes, of the Citty of London, wt. 28 ann. 

1666 ; mar. Alice, daugh. to ... . Ipswich. They 
had issue — 
Jam^s. 

1. Alice. 

2. Sarah. 

3. Thomas Raynes, of the Citty of Yorke, Attorney of the 

Court of Common Pleas of Westminst., at. 25 ann. 
1666 ; Lord Mayor of York, displaced by the King 
Oct. 1688 ; removed to Easingwold ; died s.p. 
8 Mar. 1713-4 a?t. 73, bur. at Easingwold (C.B.N.) ; 
mar., lie. 1668, at Malham or Spurriergate, Mary, 
daughter of Nich. Conyers, of Boleby, in co. Ebor. 
Esgr., died 20, bur. 21 Dec. 1689 in York Minster. 
M.I. 



James, 7 , -, 
Thom^, [died young. 

Sarah, ohijt cetatis sum 2 
Mary, dyed young. 



458 



DU(il)ALES VISMATION OF YORKSHIRK, 



III. JOHN RAYNES, of Apleton, in the Street, a Cap' of Foot in 
y' King's Service, at. 25 ann. 1666 ; marr. Dorothy, daughter 
to ... . Layth, of Dalehead in co. Cumbrice. They had 
issue — 

James, newly borne. 
Sarah, wt. 2 annor. 

Anne, heiress to her uncle Thomas Rapies ; mar. 1702, 
WiUiam Salvin, Esq., of Newbiggin, bui. at Easing- 
wold (Skaife's York Minster Registers). 



Bakkeston Ashe Wapentake. 



Bamesley, 15 Sept. 1665. 




Mtak 

of 

Mnobljotisr. 



-Quarterly of six — 

1. — Sable, on a chevron between three griffins' heads erased Or, as 

many mullets of the field, a crescent for difference (Beale). 
2. — Argent, on a mound Vert, a bull passant Gules, homs Or. 
3. — Gules, a chevron Argent between three falcons of the second, 

beaked Or. 
4. — Sable, a bend between six crosses pattee-fusilly fitchee Argent. 
5. — Quarterly, Argent and Sable, on a bend Gules three mullets of the 

first, a martlet for difference. 
6.— As the first. 
—A unicorn's head erased Or, orined Sable. 

OLIVER BEALE, of Woodhouse in the parish of Drax, in com. 
Ebor., living in a" 1612; bur. at Belfreys, York, 22 Sept. 
1613 (reg.). Admou. 27 Sept. 1613. Mar. Anne, daughter 
and sole heire of Tho. Lake, of Barley, in co. Ebor. They had. 
issue — 

1. George (II). 

2. Paul Beale, an Alderman of Yorke, bur. at Belfreys 

17 Dec. 165-1. Will, 15 Dec. 1654, pr. at London, 
2 Oct. 1655 (Aylett, 85) ; mar. at Belfreys, Dorcas 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 459 

Bowes, 14 June 1630 (reg.), bur. there 11 July 1649. 

They had issue — 

Paul, bp. at St. Crux, York, 10 July 1635. 

Dorcas, mar. Heiiry DicMnson. 

Mary. 

3. John, died without issue. 

4. Amid Beale, of Hurst Courtney. 

5. Thomas, died without issue. 

6. Joseph, named in his brother Paul's will. 

7. Edward, had issue. 

1. Anne (? Mary), wife of ... . Squire, clerke. 

2. Mary (? Anne), the wife of George (? Thomas) Hewley, 

Citizen of YorJce. 

II. GEORGE BEALE, of Woodhouse, died a 1643 vel circa ; mar. 
Ellen, da. of MarmaduJce Constable, son of Constable, of y' 
house of Everinghd, 1st wife, lie. 1624 at Everingham. They 
had issue — 

1. Henry (III). 

2. John Beale, of Monke Fryston, in com. Ebor., mar. 

Frances, da. of .... Ickringall, widd. of Will. 
Louther, of Monkefryston there, 27 Aug. 1664, bur. 
there 27 Dec. 1667 (reg.). They had issue — 

Elizabeth, bp. 9 Aug. 1665 ; bur. 19 Jan. 
1667-8 at Monk Fryston (reg.). 
Everild, died unmarried. 
Mar. Alice, daugh. of ... . Haslewood, of Maydwell in co. 
North'"", ividow of Christoph'' Twysleton, of Barley in co. 
Ebor., 2 wife. 

III. HENRY BEALE, of Woodhouses, died 15" Feb'' a" 1664, 

?bur. at Pontefract 17 Feb. 1664-5. WiU, 1 Feb. 1664-5, 
not proved till 1687. Mar. Eliz., 4th daugh. of Randolfe 
Carleile, of Sowerby, in co. Ebor., Esq'', widd. of Samuell 
Heron, Clerke, at Belfreys, York, 28 Nov. 1658. They had 
issue — 

1. George (IV). 

2. Henry, cet. unius anni. 

1. Elizabeth. 

2. Helen, mar. Buckley Wilsford of Pontefract ; died 

1746, aged 82 (Hunter's "Min. Gent.," 998). 

IV. GEORGE BEALE, at. 3 ann. 15 Sept. 1665, ? bp. at Ponte- 

fract, 17 Feb. 1660-1 ; mar. Elizabeth, dau. of . . . Lawson, of 
..... lie. 1683. They had issue— 

? Henry, bp. 15 Ap. 1686, at Darrington. 



4 GO DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 



OSQODCBOSSE WAPENTAKE. 



Pontfract, 7° Aug. 1665. 




of 



Akms : — Argent, on a saltire Gules five acorns slipped Or, on a chief of the second 
three mullets of the first. 
Qu. for proofe of these armes ? 

I STABLES. He had issu^- 

William (II). 



Thomas 



s, Mayor of Pomfret in a" 1606. 



II. WILLIAiM STABLES, Mayor of y' bmrough of Pomfret 
a" 1593. WiU, 18 Jan. 1616-7, pr. 8 May 1617 (vol. xxxiv, 
p. 458). Mar They had issue — 

III. WILLIAM STABLES, of Pomfret, mar. Elizabeth, daughter 
of ... . Copeland. Thev had issue — 

1. Richard (IV). 

2. Nicholas Stables, of Pontefract, Mayor 1636-7 and 

1661-2, a Royalist and Churchman ; at the siege 
of the Castle" ; bp. at Pontefract 23 Nov. 1600, 
bur. there 28 Mar. 1676. WiU, 29 Dec. 1671, pr. 
at York ; mar. Elizabeth, daughter of Williatn 
Wilkinson, of Pomfret, there 7 May 1622. 

IV. RICHARD STABLES, of Tanshelfe juxia Pomfret, died circa 

ann. 1656, a tanner ; bp. at Pontefract 9 Nov. 1596. bur. 

there 19 Nov. 1658. "Will, 7 Nov. 1658, pr. at London 29 Jan. 

1658-9 (Pell, 17) ; mar. Isabell. daughter of William Bytvater, 

Alderman of Pomfret, there 24 Nov. 1618. They had issue— 

1. William Stables, of Tanshelfe, wt. 44 an. 7 Aug. a" 1665, 

Lieutenant of horse in the army of King Charles 

y' First ; bp. at Pontefract, 27 June 1620, bur. 

there 19 Feb. 1666-7 ; mar. Jane, daughter and 

coheir to Gervase Hamerton, of Auhborow in co. Line, 

gent., of the house of Monherode, died 25 Sept. 1662. 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 46 1 

2. Richard, died unmarried. 

3. John, died unmarried. 

4. Leonard (V). 

1. Thomasin, wife unto George Shillito, of Pomfret, in co. 

Ehorum. Named in her father's will. 

2. Elizabeth, wife unto Edward Atkinson, Alderman of 

Leedes. Named in her father's wiU. 

3. Susan. Had £200 in her father's will. 

4. Isahdl, the wife of Richard Austwicke, now mayor of 

Pomfret, a" 1665. Named in her father's wiU ; 
mar. at Kippax 9 Nov. 1656. 

LEONARD STABLES, Alderman of Pomfret, bp. at Pontefract 
10 Mar. 1632-3 ; mar. Dorothy, daughter to John Stevenson, 
of Swynfieet, in co. Line, heire to . . . Stevenson, her brother, 
bur. at Pontefract 11 Dec. 1682. They had issue — 

1. ]ViUiam (VI). 

2. Richard, bp. at Pontefract, 31 July 1665. 
John, bp. at Pontefract 24 Juiie 1667. 

Leonard, of Pontefract, gent., bp. there 26 Oct. 1674 ; 

mar. Grace .... They had issue — 
William. 
Sarah, bp. at Pontefract, 21 May 1661, bur. there 

2 Dec. 1664. 
Dorothy, bp. 21 Dec. 1668. 
Elizabeth, bp. 16 Jan. 1670-1. Will, 19 Sept., pr. 

20 Nov. 1714 (vol. Ixix, p. 314). 
Sarah, bp. 25 Apr. 1672. 

Martha, bp. 12 June 1673, bur. there Nov. 1673. 
Sarah, bp. 9 July 1677. 

WILLIAM STABLES, of Pontefract, Mayor 1691-2 and 1701-2, 
heir to his great-uncle Nicholas, 1676 ; bp. 26 Mar. 1662, bur. 
22 Nov. 1705. WiU pr. 25 Jan. 1705-6; mar. IsabeUa 
. . . . , bur. 10 Apr. 1702. They had issue- 
Mary, bur. at Pontefract, 27 Sept. 1685. 
Susannah, bp. at Pontefract 17 May 1687, bur. there 
10 Oct. 1688. 



Note. — Both families of Stable and Stables were wide spreading in 
Pontefract and the neighbourhood (the registers being full of them), and 
there being so many Williams and Leonards it is difficult to continue the 
pedigree further. There were branches at a later date at Hemsworth and 
Huddersfield who claim to descend from that at Pontefract, but where they 
are likely to have joined it is not e.^sv to determine. 



462 dugdalb's visitation of Yorkshire. 

Dickering Wapentake. Kilham, 1° Sept. 1665. 



Idlarti 
of 



bend cotised between six fleurs-de-lis Argent. 

THOMAS HELLARD, of Ruslon parva in co. Ebor. ; mar. 
Elizabeth, daughter of Robert Bateson, of Thorneholme, in co. 
Ebor. Thev had issue — 
Thomas (II). 

1. Elizabeth, tvife of ... . Langton, a Merchant in Hull. 

2. Frances, wife of Marmaduhe Tenison, of Long-Ruston, 

in com. Ebor. 

3. Dorothy, wife unto Henry Snell, of Garton, in com. 

Ebor. 

4. Sarah, wife of John Ellerton, of Boythorpe, in com. 

Ebor. 

II. THOMAS HELLARD, of Ruston parva, died a" 1665, vd 
circa ; mar. Alice, daughter of John Cliff e, of Burweston in 
com. Staff., lie. 1601, at Burton Agnes. They had issue — 

1. Henry (III). 

2. St. Quintin Hellard, of Ruston, in co. Ebor. Will, 

4 Jan. 1655-6, pr. at London 29 Apr. 1657 (Ruthin, 
112) ; to be bur. at Little Euston. Mar. Sarah . . ., 
exix. They had issue — 




Wilham. > Named in their father's will. 
Matthew. ) 

3. Thomas Hellard, of Harpham, in co. Ebor. 

4. Samuell Hellard, of Langtoft, in co. Ebor. 

5. John Hellard, died without issue. 

III. HENRY HELLARD, of Kilham, in co. Ebor., cet. 63 ann. 
1 Sept. a" 1665 : mar. Mary, daughter of Thomas Wayte. of 
Elarid in com. Staff., lie. 1640 at Rudstone. ? bur. there 
1670. 



DUGDALKS VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 463 

BULMER Wapentake. Yorke, 13 Sept. 1665. 




of 

jRttDton upon (Bnst. 



-Quarterly — 

1. — Sable, a leopard's face jessant-de-Iis Argent (Morley). 

2. — Gules, a fess between three Katherine wheels Argent. 

3. — Argent, on a bend Gules three garbs Or (Maltby). 

4, — Gules, two wings conjoined and inverted Or, in chief a fleur-de-lis 
Argent. 
—On a chapeau Gules, turned up Ermine, a leopard's face Argent iessant- 

de-lis Or. 



CUTBERT MORLEY, of Normanby in co. Ebor. (probably 
son of Robert Morley and Elizabeth Symon — see Glover's 
Visitation, 194), will 6 Nov. 1598, pr. 10 Dec. 1599 (vol. 
xxvii, p. 284) ; mar. Anne, daughter of Christopher Thorndby, 
of Thornaby, first wife. They had issue — 

1. Jatnes Morley, of Normanby in Cleveland ; mar. . . . 

They had issue — 

Cuthbert, ? mar. Jane, dau. of Thomas, 
1st Viscount Fairfax of Elmley 18 Sept. 
1634 at Sheriff Hutton. 
Mar. Isabell, daughter of ... . Wilson, of .... in Northam- 
berland, second wife. They had issue — 

2. Robert (II). 

Eleanor, wife of ... of ... in com. . . . 

William, 'i 

Ralph. 

Thomas. • Named in their father's will. 

Jane. 

Margery, j 



II. ROBERT MORLEY, of y' Citty of Yorke, an Utter Barrister 
of the Inner Temple, died in a" 1651 ; mar. Elizabeth, daughter 
of S'' John Scorey, of . . . in com. Hereford, Kn', 15 Dec, 
1621 at St. Giles in the Fields, London. They had issue— 



464 dugdale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

1. Cuikbert Morley. 

2. James (III). 

1. Isabell, mar. 1st Philip Wheath, of HinderweU ; mar. 

secondly, Ralph Lutton, of Knapton (C.B.N. ). 

2. Anne. 

III. JAMES MORLEY, of Newton upon Ouse in com. Ebor., cet. 
38 an. 14 Sept. a° 1665 ; mar. Cordelia, daughter of Thomas 
Dodstvorth, of . . . .in co. Ebor., widow of . . . Higginbotham. 



Statnbcliffe Wapentake. Skipton, 17 Aug. 1665. 

^Hngar of Catloln. 

Respit given for entring the amies. 

I. HENRY SLING AR, of Little Hutlon, in com. Ebor., mar. 
.... daughter of ... . Wrangham, of Wrangham, in com. 
Palat. Dunelm. They had issue — 

i. Henry Slingar, of Little Button in com, Eborum ; m/ir. 
Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Parker, of Brousholme 
in com. Ebor., Esq' . 

2. Tempest (II). 

3. Frances Slingar, of Little Hutton, in com. Ebor. 

4. Peter, died unmarried. 

1. Isabell, ye wife of Marmaduke Watcne, of Alborough, in 

com. Ebor. 

2. Margaret, wife of ... . 

3. Catherine, icife of ... . Lightfoot, of Gilling, in com. 

Eborum. 

4. Elizabeth. 

n. TEMPEST SLINGAR, of Catlow in co. Ebor., died a" 1661 ; 

will 13 Mar. 1660-1, no date of proof (vol. xlv, p. 280) ; to 

be bur. at St. Andrew's, Slaidburn ; mar. Isabell, da. of 

Abraham Coulthurst, of Burneley, in co. Lane. They had issue — 

1. Tempest (III). 

-ri^ —2. Nicholas, died unmarried; exor. in his father's will. 

3. Henry Slingar, exor. in his father's will ; mar. Jane, 
da. of Rich. Ratcliffe, of Berks in com. Ebor., widow 
of William Baynes, of Mewyth, co. Ebor. 
1. Margaret, lie. 1638, at Slaidburn, first married unto 
Robert Fotkergill, of Ireby, in com. Lane., afterward 
to Robert Glover, of Haughton East, in com. Eborum. 



DUGDALE'S visitation of YORKSHIRE. 465 

2. Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Myton, of Sledburne, in com. 

Ebor. 

3. Alice, wife of Edward Hophinson, of Boseden, in com. — /-*»j7. 

Ebor. 

4. Anne, wife of Williafn Foster, of BarleybanJce, in co. 

Lane. 

5. Isabell, toife of John Hide, of Sledburne, in com. Ebor. 

6. Mary, wife of Thomas Coze, of Grange in co. Ebor. 

III. TEMPEST SLINGAR, of Catlow, in co. Ebor., now one of 
ye justices of y' peace, wt. 42 an. 17 Aug. 1665 ; exor. of his 
father ; mar. Milicent, daughter of John Bradhill, of Portfidd, 
in CO. Lane, Esq'', named in her father-in-law's will. They 
had issue — 

1. Nicholas, wt. 13 ann. 17 Aug. 1665. Named in his grand- 

father's wiU. 

2. Tempest, est. 12 ann. 17 Aug. 1665. Named in his —/>^^j 

grandfather's will. 

3. John, (Tt. 10 ann. 17 Aug. 1665. Named in his grand- 

father's will. 

4. Roger, cet. 7 ann. 1665. Named in his grandfather's 

will. 

1. Isabell, cet. 2 ann. 1665. 

2. Margaret, died young. Named in her grandfather's 

wiU. 



OsooDCROSSE Wapentake. Pomfret, 7° Apr. 1666. 

©gktljorp^ 
of 

Arms : — Argent, a chevron engrailed between three boars' heads couped Sable. 




466 dugdale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

I. JOHN OGLETHORPE, of Oglethorpe, m com. Ebor., mar. 
.... They had issue — 

1. Richard Oglethorpe, of Oglethorpe. 

2. Thomas (11). 



II. THOMAS OGLETHORPE, of Beall ; mar. Jane, daughter 
of Henry Vavasour, of Haselwood, in co. Ebor. Her will, 4 Oct., 
pr. 4 Nov. 1569 (vol. xvi.i, p. 121) ; to be bur. in Kellington 
church. They had issue — 

1. Henry Oglethorpe, of Beall, living 1585 ; mar. . . . 

They had issue — 

1. Richard Oglethorpe (Glover's Visitation, p. 

344). 

2. Thomas Oglethorpe (Glover's Visitation, p. 

314). 

2. William (III). 

Mark, named in his mother's wiU, died s.p. (Glover). 



III. WILLIAM OGLETHORPE, Rector of Kellington, in co. 
Ebor. ; mar They had issue — 

1. Gervase Oglethorpe, of Kellington, in co. Ebor. ; mar. 

Margaret, daughter of . . . Sainter, of West Haddlesey, 
in com. Ebor., lie. 9 Oct. 1605 (Transcript, York). 
They had issue — 

Alice, sole daughter and heire, wife of Thomas 

Style, of Sutton neer Ouston, in com. Ebor. ; 

they had Thomas Style, of Kellington, in co. 

Ebor., who mar. Susan, da. of . . . Welburn, 

of Kingston upon Hull. 

2. Stephen (IV). 

3. John Oglethorpe, a Fellow of Trinity College in Cam- 

bridge, died unmarried. Will 28 July 1613, pr. 
4 Jan. 1614-5 (vol. xxxii) ; to be bur. in quire of 
Kellington Church. 



IV. STEPHEN OGLETHORPE, of Kellington, in co. Ebor. ; 
? Admon. 4 July 1636 ; mar. Eliz., daughter of ... . Dew- 
hurst, of Wadworth, in com. Ebor. They had issue — 

1. William (V). 

2. John Oglethorpe, mar They had issue — 

1. Gervase. 

2. Stephen. 

3. Wiirm. 



DUGUALE S VISITATION OK YORKSHIRE. 



467 



1. . . ., wife of . . . Wichham, of Kdlington, in com. 

Ehor. 

2. Katherine, wife of Will'm Bywater, of Water-Fryston, in 

com. Ebor. 

3. Margt., wife of Henry Verdon, of Beale. 

WILLIAM OGLETHORPE, cetatis 47 annor. 7" Apr. a' 1666 ; 
mar. Joane, daughter of John Walton, of Kdlington, in com. 
Ehor. They had issue — 
John (VI). 

1. Jane, ivife of William Thorpe, of Beall, in com. Ebor. 

2. Anne, ivife of Tho. Dickon, of Water-Fryston, in com. 

Ebor. 



VI. JOHN OGLETHORPE, Rector of Bransby, in com. Ebor., est. 
28 an. 7 Apr. 1666; mar. Elizabeth, daughter of William 
Lete (Leeke), of Newarke super Trent, in com. Nott., Esq'', 
20 Feb. 1665-6, at St. Sampson's, York. (C.B.N.) 



Pocklington, 7° Sept. 1665. 

of 
Milhrfosse. 

Aems : — Argent, an eagle displayed Sable, beaked and membered Gules. 

I. CHRISTOPHER WILBERFOSS, of Wilberfoss, gent., wiU, 
12 Feb. 1533-4, pr. 18 July 153-t ; to be bur. there (Test. 
Ebor. vi, 40) ; mar, Anne, dau. of Robert Browne, of Nether- 
dall (Glover's Visitation). Will, 16 Sept., pr. 25 Nov. 1558, 
of Catton ; to be bur. there (vol. xv, pp. 3, 123). They 
had issue — 




468 dugdale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

William (II). 

Roger. Named in his father's will. 
Edward. Named in his father's will. 
Thomas. Named in his father's will. 
John. Named in his father's will. 
Robert. Named in his father's will. 
Henry. Named in his father's will. 
Elizabeth. Named in her father's will. 
Dorothy. Named in her father's will. 



-WILLIAM WILBERFOSS, of Wilberfoss, gent. WiU, 3 Aug., 
pr. at York, 1 Sept. 1557 ; to be bur. there (vol. xv, i, 
237) ; I.P.M. 8 Mar. 1558-9 ; mar. Margaret, dau. of George 
Overend, of Kexby. They had issue — 

Roger (III). 

Thomas, of Wigton. 

Christopher. 

Edward. 

John. 

Elizabeth, mar. . . . 

Agnes, mar. firstly, Thomas Burdon, secondly Henry 
Pierson. 

Ann, mar. Roger Grayborne, of Beverley. 



III. ROGER WILBERFOSSE, of Wilberfosse, gent., at. 14 years 

at his father's Inq. P.M. Will, 15 Nov. 1584, pr. at York 
10 Feb. 1584-5 (vol. xxii, p. 631) ; to be bur. in Wilberfoss 
church ; mar. Margaret, dau. of Antony Waggett, of Bishop 
Wilton. Will, 12 Feb. 1588-9, pr. at York 5 June 1589 
(vol. xxiv, 76) ; to be bur. in Wilberfoss church. They had 
issue- — 

Edward, eldest son, aet. 18 an. 1584, exor. of his mother ; 
? d. s.p. 

Robert (IV). 

Thomas. 

John. 

Isabel. 

Agnes. 

IV. ROBERT WILBERFOSSE. of Wilberfosse in com. Ebor., 

died in n" 1640. vel circa. ; bur. there 31 Mar. 1638 (C.B.N.) ; 
will 20 Mar. 1637-8, pr. at York 7 Apr. 1638 (unregistered) ; 
7nar. Anne, daughter of Thomas Burland, of Stockton, in com. 
Ebor. Thev had issue — 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 469 

Roger (V.). 

Thomas. Named in his father's will. 
Robert. 
?. Dorothy, wife of . . . Cob, of Full-Sutton, in com. Ebor. 
They had issue. She mar. secondly, Richard 
Greene. 
2. Elizabeth, wife of William Williamson, of Newton, in 

com. Ebor. 
J. Anne, wife of Thomas Cooper, of Barnby, in com. Ebor. ; 
mar. 14 June 1631 at Trinity, Goodramgate, York 
(reg.). 



V. ROGER WILBERFOSSE, of Wilberfosse, died a" 1662, set. 
16 in 1612 ; bui. 8 May 1662 at Wilberfosse ; mar. 9 Dec. 
1623 at Howden (reg.), Margt., daugh. of . . . Eathrope 
(Athorpe), of Kilpin, in co. Ebor., ob. s. prole, 1st ivife, bur. 
30 Mar. 1626 at Wilberfosse ; mar. secondly, Margaret, 
daughter of John Agard, of Stockton, in com. Eborum, 2 wife, 
lie. 1630. They had issue— 

1. Roger (VI). 

2. Robert Wilberfosse, bp. 28 Nov. 1636 at Wilberfosa ; 

married Emmot, daugh. of Simon Newlove, of Wetwang, 
in com. Ebor., 21 Aug. 1662. 

3. William, bp. 5 April 1641 at Wilberfosa. 

4. Thomas, bp. 31 May 1647 at Wilberfoss. 

1. Anne, bp. 5 Oct. 1634 at Wilberfoss, wife of Will'm 

Horseiey, of Beck-house, in Pickering Lythe. 

2. Margaret. 

3. Mary, bp. 2 Oct. 1645 at Wilberfoss. 



VI. ROGER WILBERFOSSE, of Wilberfosse, at. 31 ann. 7 Sept. 
1665 ; bp. 12 Dec. 1632 at Wilberfoss ; mar. Anne, daughter 
of WilVm Plaxton, of Pocklington, in com. Ebor. They had 
issue — 

Roger (VII). 

Anne, bp. 4 Mar, 1661-2 at Wilberfoss, 



VII. ROGER WILBERFOSSE, cet. 8 ann. 7 Sept. 1665; bp. 
23 Feb. 1656-7 at Wilberfoss ; mar. 24 Nov. 1681, Elizabeth 



Pilkington. 



470 dugdale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

HOLDEENESSE NoRTH Baylywick. Hull, 2o Sep. 1665. 



Mtthtll 

of 

Mrays (Kisb). 



Asms: — Argent, on a chevron between three boars' heads couped Sable, an 

estoile Or. 
Crest : — A griffin's head between two wings displayed Azure charged on the 

breast with an estoile Or. 




I. THOMAS BETHELL, of Maunsell in com. Hereford, and 
EUerton, co. York ; mar. Elizabeth, dau. of George Rogers. 
They had issue — 

1. S'- Hngh Bethell, of EUerton in co. Ehor., K'., Surveyor 

to Queen Ehz'h in the East Riding and Clerk of 
the Peace there. At the Visitation of 1584. High 
Sheriff, 1608. Bur. at EUerton. Will, 7 Feb. 1610-1, 
pr. at York 10 May 1611 (vol. xxxi, p. 608) ; mar. 
first Joan, dau. of ... . Stevens, co. Devon. Mar. 
secondly, Ann, dau. of William Mallory, of Studley. 
They had issue — 

Gresill, sole daughter and heir, wife to S*" John 

Wray, of Glentworth in com. Line, K*., 

he. 1607, at EUerton ; bur. at Glentworth, 

Jan. 1653. 

Mar. thirdly, Jane, dau. of Archbishop Young 

(remar. Sir Geo. Butler, Knt., lie. 1612, at EUerton) ; 

d. s.p. 

2. Nicholas Bethell, of Maidenhead, in co. Heref. (A quo 

BetheU, of EUerton, see page 132). 

3. Roger (II). 
John. 
Andrew. 



II. ROGER BETHELL, of Wrays (Rise) in Holdernesae, in com. 
Ebor., died circa ann. 1625, bur. at Rise 22 Mar. 1625-6. 
Wm, 16 Mar. 1625-6, pr. at York 8 Oct. 1627 (Reg. Test., 



DU&DALE'S visitation of YORKSHIRE. 471 

xl, 16) ; mar. Christian, dau. of . . . Thornton, reUct of 
Thos. Lindley, bur. at Rise 30 Apr. 1630. They had issue— 

1. Hugh (III). 

2. Robert Bethel/,, of Everthorpe, in co. Ebor. ; mar. Ehza- 

beth, dau. of James Constable, Esq., of Ch£Ee. They 
had issue. 

III. HUGH BETHELL, of Wrays, in com. Ebor., died a" 1657 

vd circiter, bp. at Bainton 10 July 1589, bur. at Rise 15 Mar. 
1658-9. M.I. ; tnar. Helen, daughter of Thomas Johnston, 
of Bishop-Burton, in com. Ebor., at Cherry Burton 15 Oct. 
1611, bur. at Rise 26 Sept. 1648. They had issue— 

1. Sir Hugh (IV). 

2. Christoph'', died unmar. 

3. John Bethell, of Skyrlaw. (Second Une, A.) 

4. Robert, died unmar. 

Ellen, bp. at Cherry Burton 29 July 1613, wife of 
Christopher Bacon, of Ferriby in com. Ebor. 

IV. SIR HUGH BETHELL, of Wrays, in com. Ebor., Kn'., est. 

49 annorum 2 Sept. a" 1665, High Sheriff of Yorkshire, 1652, 
Knighted 29 Sept. 1658, M.P. Hedon 1660, bp. at Rise 2 Oct. 
1615, bur. there 6 Oct. 1679. Will, 30 May 1679, pr. at York 
3 July 1682 (vol. Ux), left his estates to his nephew Hugh 
(B), ; mar. Mary, daughter and coheire of Thomas Mitchd- 
bourne of Carleton in com. Ebor., at Aldburgh 14 Jan. 1640-1 
(remar. Christopher Hildyard), bur. in Beverley Minster 
3 June 1687. They had issue— 

Hugh (V). 

Ann, mar. . . . Hunter. 

V. HUGH BETHELL, Esq., of Rise, CBt. 13 annor. 2 Sept. 1665, 
died v.p. 7, bur. 9 Sept. 1677 at Rise. M.I. Mar. Margaret, 
dau. of Sir John Dawnay, Knt., at Snaith 20 Sept. 1671, 
bp. there 22 May 1651. They had issue- 
Hugh, died inf., bur. at Rise. 
Ehzabeth, died inf. 

The senior branch having expired, we return to — 

A. JOHN BETHELL, of Skyrlaw in co. Ebor. (son of Hugh 
Bethell (III) and Helen Johnston), bp. at Rise 28 May 1620. 
Will 25 Sept. 1651, pr. in London 29 May 1652 (abstract 



472 dugdale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

Yorks Rec. Ser., ix, 47) ; mar. first, Mary, dau. of Richard 
Hildyard, of Ottringham ; secondly, Anne . . . By one of 
these wives he had issue — 

1. John, named in liis father's will. 

2. Hugh (B). 

B. HUGH BETHELL, Esq., of Rise, succeeded his uncle Sir 

Hugh and was his sole exor., died 2 Feb. 1716-7, aet. 68, bur. at 
Rise. M.I. Will, 13 Oct. 1715, pr. at York (Reg. Test. 
Ixxii, 45) ; mar. first, Mary, dau. of Edward Skinner, of 
Thornton, co. Line, bur. at Rise, 17 May 1684. M.I. They 
had issue — 

Anne and Arabella, died young. 

Mary, mar. Wilham Somervill. Named in her father's 
will. 
Mar. secondly, Sarah, dau. and coh. of WilHam Dickenson, 
of Watton Abbey. Will, 16 Sept. 1729, pr. at York 13 Feb. 
1730 (vol. Ixxxi, 699). They had issue— 

1. Hugh (C). 

2. Wilham, died inf. 
Arabella, died inf. 

Ehzabeth. Named in her father's will. 
Sarah. Named in her father's and brother Hugh's 
mUs. 

C. HUGH BETHELL, Esq., of Rise, High Sheriff, bp. at St. 

Helen's, York, 2 Nov. 1691, died 28 Mar. 1752, bur. at Rise, 
M.I. WiU, 11 Sept. 1728, pr. at York 27 May 1752 (vol. xcvi. 
280) ; mar. Amie, dau. of Sir John Cope, Bart., of BramshiU, 

Hants, died 28 Feb., bur 1728 at Rise. M.I. They 

had issue — 

Hugh BetheU, Esq., of Rise, High Sheriff 1762, M.P. 
for Beverley, djed unm. 8 May 1772, set. 45, at 
the Bell Inn, Edmonton, bur. at Rise. 
Wilham (D). 

D. WILLIAM BETHELL, Esq., of Rise, succeeded his brother. 
High Sherii! 1780, died s.p. 24 July 1799, aet. 71, bur. at 
Rise. M.I. Mar. Charlotte, dau. of Ralph Pennyman, 
Esq., died 24 Oct. 1814, fet. 80, bur. at Rise. M.I. He left 
his estates to his distant relative, Richard Bethell, who became 
of Rise. (See Burke's Landed Gentry, etc.) 



DUGOALK S VISITATION OK YORKSHIRE. 473 

AND Darwent Wapentake. Yorke, 22 Martij 1665. 




of 



iBMS : — Quarterly — 

1 and 4. Gules, a fesa between three leopards' faces Argent (Stillington). 

2. Or, on a cross Gules five escallops Argent. 

3. Argent, a cross engrailed Sable. (Fitzhenry.) 

I. JOHN STILLINGTON, of Acaster, in com. Eborum, died 
7 Feb. 25 Hen. VIII (1533-4) as by Inq. P.M. 14 Sept. 30 Hen. 
VIII (1538) ; mar. Elizabeth, daughter and cokeire of John 
Fitz-Henry, of Kelfidd in com. Eborum. They had issue — 
Thomas (II). 

Isahell, wife of William Hungate, of Saxton, in co. 
Ebor. 

II. THOM.-IS STILLINGTON, of Kelfield, in com. Eborum; 
mar. Isabel!, daughter of Wilham Hungate, of Saxton, in com. 
Eborum. They had issue — 

1. William Stillington, died unmarried. 

2. Robert (III). 

3. Thomas Stillington, Divinity Professor at Lovaine. 

1. Audrey, ^vife of James Wetherhead. 

2. Ehzabeth, wife of Michael Oglethorpe, of Thorner 

(Glover). 

3. Ann, wife of Peter Vavasour, of Willowtoft. 

4. Katherine, wife of Clement Hodgson, of Allerton Grange. 

III. ROBERT STILLINGTON, of Kdfeild, in com. Ebor., ? admon, 
21 Nov. 1629 ; mar. Olive, daughter to S'' William Sutton, 
of Averham, in com. Notts, Kn'. They had issue — 

1. John (IV). 

2. William Stillington, mar. . . . dau. of . . . Harrison, 

of Burton Stather, co. Line. (Glover). They had 
issue — 

William, died unmarried. 

Elizabeth, wife of Rich. Hooke, Dr. in Divinity 
and Vicar of Halifax in co. Ebor. 



474 duodale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

3. Thomas Stillinglon, mar They had issue — 

Thomas, dyed young. 
Elizabeth. 

1. Olive, died unmarried. 

2. Margaret, wife of William Legard, of Beverley in com. 

Ebor., Clerhe, he. 1637 at StilUngfleet. 

IV. JOHN STILLINGTON, of Kdfeild, in com. Ebor., died in 
a" 1658. WiU, 13 Feb. 1657-8, pr. 18 Jan. 1669-70 (vol. 1., 
254), to be bur. at StiUingfleet ; mar. Ursula, 2d daughter 
of Conyers, Ld. Darcy and Conyers, 21 Sept. 1620 at Hornby, 
bp. there 7 July 1601. They had issue— 

1. John, died unmarried. 

2. Robert, died unmarried, ? bur. 30 July 1637 at StiUing- 

fleet. 

3. William, died unmarried. 

4. Thomas (V). 

5. John Stillington, named in his sister Ehzabeth's will. 

Admon. 2 Oct. 1678 to his sisters Margaret Shaw 
and Olive Garforth. 

1. Margt., ivife of John Shaw of Rotheram, in co. Ebor., 

Gierke. Named in her sister Ehzabeth's will. 

2. Mary, wife of Wilfm Drake, of Barnoldswicke Cotes, 

in com. Ebor., Esq. 

3. Olive, ? mar. Edmund Garforth, Vicar of Gargrave, 

he. 1667, at Stilhngfleet, she 25. 

4. Ursula, wife of George Tolson, of Stakes, in com. Ebor., 

he. 1665 at Thornton, she 23. 

5. Elizabeth, died unmarried. Will, 24 Aug. 1660, pr. 

4 Feb. 1660-1 (vol. xliii, 137). 

V. THOMAS STILLINGTON, of Kelfidd, Esq-, cBt. 36 annorum 
22 Martij a° 1665 ; mar. Dorothy, da. of Joseph MicUethwayt, 
late of Yorke, Dr. of Phisicke, 24 Jan. 1657-8 at Belfreys, 
York. They had issue — 

1. John, dyed an infant. 

2. Thomas (VI). 

1. Anne, dyed young. 

2. Ursula. ' 

VI. THOMAS STILLINGTON, at. 6 tnens. 22 Mart. 1665. 

N.B. — The family continued at Kelfield. There is a will at York 
of Joseph Stillington, Esq., of Kelfield, having a wife, Mary, and three 
daughters, Mary, Dorothy, and Anne. 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 475 

Yorke, 13° Aug. 1666. 




mnihta 
of 



Arms : — Or, a chevron engrailed between ten cross-crosslets Sable. 
Crest : — A greyhound's head per fess Or and Sable, charged with a oross-crosalet 
counterchanged. 
These armes were granted to Francis Shilleto, of Houghton, in com. Ebor., 
24° Jan. 1602 by Will'm Dethick, Garter, and now in the custody of Edward 
Shelleto, of the Citty of Yorke. 



I. FRANCIS SHILLETO, of Houghton, in co. Ebor., a' 1602. 
He bad issue — 



II. WILUM SHILLETO, of Pontfract, in com. Ebor. 
Elizabeth, daughter of . . . Stonehouse, of . . . 
They had issue — 

1. WilVm Shilleto, died w"'out issue. 

2. Edivard. 

1. Anne, wife of John Berry, of Monke-Fryston, in co. 

Ebor. ; ? mar. 27 Dec. 1648, and bur. 12 Sept. 1654 
there. 

2. Elizabeth, wife of John Marrow, of Doncaster. 

III. EDWARD SHELLITO, of the Citty of Yorke, mtatis 44 ann. 
1664; niar. 1st Bridget, daughter of Edward Robinson, of 
Perith (Penrith), in com. Cumbr. They had issue — 

Edward, cetatis 14 ann. 1666, ? died 2 Sept. 1674, about 
20 years. M.I. St. Helen's, York. 
Mar. 2'^, Judith, daughter of Robert Deane, of the Grange-house, 
ealled Bale-Stubing, in com. Ebor. 




476 dugdale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

AOBBIGG AND MoRLEY WAPENTAKE. Hallifax, 2° Apr. 



Milktnsan 
of 



Aems : — Gules, a fess rair, in chief a unicorn statant between two mullets Or, 
all within a bordure engrailed of the last and pellettee, a canton Azure. 

Crest : — A fox's head erased, per pale wavy Vert and Or, charged with a trefoil 
slipped Gules, in the mouth a wing Argent. 

I. RICHARD WILKINSON, of Manningham, in com. Ebor., 
a branch of the family of the Wilkinsons of Bolton upon Dearne, 
in com. Ebor., died in anno 1648 or thereabouts, ? bur. at 
Bradford 16 Sept. 1647 ; mar. Anne, daughter of John Mor- 
timer, of Clayton, in com. Ebor. They had issue — 

1. Thomas (II). 

2. William Wilkinson, had issue. 

3. Nicholas Wilkinson, had issue. 

1. Anne, wife of Thomas Ellinson, of Shipley, in com. 

Ebor. 

2. Mary, tvife of Thomas Killingbeck, of Ollerton-Gledho, 

in com. Ebor. 

II. THOMAS WILKINSON, of Manningham, at. 66 annorum 
6 Apr. 1666 ; mar. Martha, daughter of Thomas Mallison, 
of Bradford, in com. Ebor., ? bur. at Bradford 11 May 1663. 
They had issue — 

III. THOMAS WILKINSON, of Manningham, cBlatis 35 annor. 

2' Apr. a" D. 1666; mar. Anne, daughter of Ellis Nutter, 
of the Forest of Pendle, in com. Lane. They had issue — 

1. Thomas (IV). 

2. Ellis. 

3. John. 

Martha, ? mar. Francis Wright. 

IV. THOMAS WILKINSON, (Bt. 8 annor. 2" Apr. a" 1666. 



DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 477 

GiLLiNG East Wapentake. Richmund, 21 Aug. 1665. 




PalksBr 

of 



Arms: — Per pale Sable and Argent, three lions rampant counterchanged. 
Crest: — Out of a ducal coronet Gules a demi-eagle displayed Or. 
Respite given for proof of these armes, but nothing done in it. 

I. JOHN PALLESER, of Neicbi/ super Wiske, in com. Ebor., 
bur. at Kirkby upon Wiske ; mar. Anne, daughter of Michaell 
Meeke, of Maunby upon Sivale, in com. Eborum. Will, 
29 Apr. 1635, pr. at York 14 June 1636 (unregistered), to be 
bur. at Kirkby upon Wisk. They had issue — 

1. Thomas (II). 

2. John Palleser, of Kirbij Wislce, in co. Ebor. Named 

in his mother's will. 

1. Mary, wife of Robert Wilson, of Threske, lie. 1628. 

Named in her mother's will. 

2. Anne, wife of Richard Metcalfe, of North Allerton, 

afterwards of Marmaduke Frnnke, of Knighton, in 
CO. Ebor. Named in her mother's wiU. 

3. Jane, wife of Thomas Pybus, of Fryergarth, in com. 

Ebor. Named in her mother's will. 

4. Elizabeth, ye ivife of George Llewelin, of Danby upon 

Wiske. Named in her mother's will. 
? Vinla, wife of Thomas Carter. Named in her mother's 
will. 
II. THOMAS PALLESER, of Newby, cet. 59 an. 21' Aug. 1665; 
mar. 2 Feb. 1636-7 at Belfreys, Joane, da. of Rich. 
Franklin, of Blubberhouses, in com. Ebor. They had issue — 
John (III). 
WiU'm. 
George. 
III. JOHN PALLESER, of Newby upon Wiske, wt. 26 ann. 21 Aug. 
1665 ; 7)iar. Ursula, daughter of S'' Hugh Bethell, of Ellerton, 
in com. Ebor., Kn'., bp. 13 Jan. 163-1 at Thirkleby (Poulson). 
They had issue — 

1. Thomas, cet. 3 ann. 21 Aug. 1665. 

2. John, at. 2 ann. 
Frances. 



478 DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

YoRKE CiTTY. Yorke, 21 Mart. 




nf 



forb. 



Asms : — Sable, two bars wavy Argent, in chief a lion passant gardant of the second. 
Ceest : — A demi-lion rampant gardant Or. 
No proofs made of these armes. 

I. JOHN MOULD, of Kydbie, in com. Line. ; mar. Joane, 
daughter of . . . Margrave, of Croule, in com. Line. They 
had issue — 

1. John Mould, of Kydbie, in com. Line. ; had issue. 

2. Edmund (II). 

3. Richard. 

4. Thomas. 

Eliz., wife of Henry Fydiing, of Luddington, in com. 
Line. 

II. EDMUND MOULD, of Kidbie, in eo. Line., died in a' 1658 
vel circa ; mar. Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Fydiing, of 
Luddington, in com. Line. They had issue — 
John (III). 

III. JOHN MOULD, now a Citizen of Yorke, cet. 30 annorum 31 
Martij 1665, soap boiler and Salter, died intest., admon. 
20 Nov. 1704 to Edward his son (Skaife) ; mar. Elizabeth, 
daughter of William Stockhatn, of Retford, in com. Nott., Esq'', 
mar. he. 1661 at Ordsal, co. Nott. They had issue — 
William, died an infant. 

1. Margaret, cet. 3 ami. 21 Martij 1665 ; ? mar. Stephen 

Margrave, grocer, of Crowle, Uc. 1685 at Bishophill 
Senior, she 22. 

2. Elizabeth. 

? Edward, who had issue. 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 479- 

BnuiEB Wapentake. Yorke, 13° Aug. 1666. 




Iriffnlti 

of 



Arms : — Ermine, on a 



Sable three boar's heads erased 



I. THOMAS DRIFFEILD, of Easingwould in co. Ehor., mar. 
Margaret, daughter of . . . Cundall, inerchant, of London. 
They had issue — 
warm (II). 

Thomas, died w"'out issue.) 
Cundall, died w"'out issue. 

II. WILL'M DRIFFELD, of Easingwould, mar. Mary, daughter 
of . . . Thornton of . . . in com,. Ehor., 1 wife ; mar. Ursula, 
daughter of Bryan Rosse of Herst-thwayt, in com. Ehor., 2d 
wife, lie. 1617. They had issue — 

1. Francis (III). 

2. Mathias Driffeild, of Easingwould ; mar. Ursula, daughter 

of Will'm Dowman, of Duncoates, in co. Ehor, They 
had issue — 

? Anne, named in her uncle Francis' will. 

3. Christopher Driffeild, of Rippon, Barister at Law, mar. 

Bridget, daughter of Lewes West, of . . . in com. 
Cumbr. 

4. Stephen Driffeild, gent., of Easingwold, ? mar. Anne 

Turbutt, wid., lie. 1674 at Overton or Easingwold. 

1. Margaret, wife of Timothy Wright, a merchant in London. 

2. Ursula. 

3. Hester. 

III. FRANCIS DRIFFEILD, of Easingwould, Esq"-., now one 
of his Ma''" Justices of Peace in com. Ehor., at. 45, 1666. 
Will, 23 May 1672, pr. at York (vol. Ivi, 246) ; mar. Frances, 
daughter and coheir of Nicholas Towers, a Merchant in Yorke. 
They had issue — 
Towers (IV). 



480 DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

1. Mary, named in her father's will. (There is a lie. for 

Thomas Cooke, of Dumiington, and Mary Driffield, 
1671, at Easingwold.) 

2. Margaret, named in her father's will. (There is a lie, 

1667, for Luke Smelt, clerk, of Northallerton, and 
Margaret Driffield, of Easingwold, at Spurriergate.) 

IV. TOWERS DRIFFEILD, atalis 10 annor. 1666 (sic), exor. of 
his father, bp. at Belfrevs, 1 May 1651 (reg.), adm. to Gray'a 
Inn 9 Feb. 1673-4. 




Baskeston-Ashe Wapentake. Yorke, 21 Martij 1 

flnttram 
of 



Arms : — Sable, on a chevron Argent between three cross-crosslets Or as many 
einquefoils Gules. 
No proofe made of these armes. 

I. THOMAS MOTTRAM, son of . . . Mottram, of . . . in Max- 
feild Hundred in com. Cestrice, resided at EcJcering, in com. 
Nott. ; mar. . . ., daughter of . . . Bristow, of . . ., in com. 
Hertf. They had issue — 

II. SAMUEL MOTTRAM, of Wistowe, in co. Ebor., died in 1646 
or thereabouts ; mar. Elizabeth, daughter of . . . Forde, of 
. . . in com. Staff. They had issue — 
John (III). 
Frances, wife of John Hanses, a German. 

III. JOHN MOTTRAM, of Bishop-Dike-Hall, in the parish of 

Kirk-Fenton in com. Ebor.. (ft. 36 an. 21 Martij 1665 ; mar. 
Lucie, daughter of S'' Hugh Bethell, of Ellerton, in y' county 
of Yorke, Kn'. They had issue — 

IV. BETHELL MOTTRAM, son and heire, cBt. 6 annorum 21 Martij 

a' 1665. 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 481 

EwcBOSSE Wapentake. Skipton, 17 Aug. 1665. 




of 



Akms : — A ship with three masts, in full sail. 

The proofe of the ooate respited, but nothing done. 

I. EEV. JOHN MARES, of Sedbridge (Sedbergli), in com. 
Ehor. He had issue — 

II. EEV. DANIEL MARES, of Sedbridge (Sedbergh), in com. 
Ebor., died a" 1646 vel circa ; mar. Catherine. They had 
issue — 

1. John. 

2. Daniell Mares, a capt. of horse in the army of K. Charles 

the First, died unmarried. 

3. Thomas Mares, notv in Ireland. 

Catherine, wife unto . . . Burneley, of . . . in com. 

Ebor. 
Anne, mar. Roger Otway, of Sedbergh, bur. there 

27 Mar. 1652. 

III. JOHN MARES, of Sedbridge (Sedbergh), commisary to y' Arch- 
deacon of Richmund, cBtatis 45 an. 17 Aug. 1665; mar. 
Margaret, da. of John Cowper, of Sedbridge (Sedbergh), in 
CO. Ebor. They had issue — 

Daniell, at. 10 an. 17 Aug. 1665. 



Batnton-Beacon Wapentake. 



Yorke, 12 Sept, 1665. 



Crompton of ^nntJerlantitDgke. 

: — (Gules) a fess wavy between three lions rampant (Or), a mullet for 

difference, 
proofe made of these armes. 

. THOMAS CROMPTON, of Houndsloiv, in co. Middlesex, 
mar. Mary, daughter of Henry Hudson, of . . . in com. Surr., 
Esq"". They had issue — 



482 dugdale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

gr Jq]i^ ' \ (See Crompton of Driffield, page 419.) 
Rolert (II). 

II. ROBERT CROMPTON, 3d son, a Clerke in the Alienation 
Office in London, afterwards resided at Great Driffeild in com. 
Ebor., and died there Sept. 1646, bur. 10 Sept. 1646 at Cherry- 
Burton (reg.). Will, 1 Sept. 1646, pr. at York 15 Dec. 1647 
(unregistered) ; mar. Jane, daughter of Rev. Samuel Culverwell, 
of Cherriburton, in com. Ebor., 1st wife, 7 Aug. 1610, at Cherry- 
Burton (reg.). They had issue — 

1. Mary, wife of George Fairiveather, of Cottingham, in 
CO. Ebor. 
Mar. Anne, daughter of Francis Holdenby, 2d ivife, lie. 1614, 
at Skerne, bur. 4 Sept. 1625 at Cherry-Burton (reg.). They 
had issue — 

1. Thomas (III). 

2. John, bp. 6 Mar. 1620-1 at Skerne (C.B.N.). 

2. Frances, had £100 in her father's will, bp. 11 Aug. 

1623 at Bishop Burton (C.B.N.), ivife of ... . 

Williamson, of Cottingham, in co. Ebor. 
Mar. Ceziah, daughter of Walter Strickland, of Boynton, in 
CO. Ebor., Esq"-., 3d wife, lie. 1628, bur. 7 Dec. 1667 at Cherry- 
Burton (C.B.N.). WiU, 4 Oct. 1667, pr. at York 18 Apr. 
1668 (vol. xUx, 258). They had issue— 

3. Robt. Crompton, of Huston, bp. 6 Mar. 1633-4 at Great 

Driffield, bur. 19 Apr. 1674 at Little Ruston. Will, 
8 Apr., pr. 26 June 1674 (vol. Iv, 140) ; married 
Anne, daughter of PhiUp Wheale (Wheath), of Hinger- 
ivell (Hinderwell), in co. Ebor., 9 Aug. 1661 at Holy 
Trinity, Goodramgate, York (reg.). They had issue — 

Robert. '^ 

Ceziah. > named in their father's will. 

Mary. ) 

4. Walter Crompton, of Sunderlandivyke, in com. Eborum, 

cBt. 32 arm. 12" Sept. 166-5, bp. 29 Feb. 1632-3 at 
Great Driffield (C.B.N.), bur. 20 Feb. 1713-4 at 
Cranswick (C.B.N.). Will 19 Dec. 1694, pr. at 
York 31 Mar. 1714 (vol. Ixix) ; 7nar. Anne, da. of 
John Pearson, of Settrington, in com. Ebor., bur. 
28 Jan. 1707-8 at Cranswick (C.B.N. ). 

3. Anne, bp. 10 Sept. 1629, ivife of WiU. Metcalfe, an 

Alderm. of Yorke; mar. 7 Mar. 1649-50 at Great 
Driffield ; afterwards of Arthur Jegon of Wansivorth, 
in com. Ebor., she was bur. 3 Nov. 1701 at Ruston 
Parva as " Lady Jiggins." 

4. Ceziah, bp. 16 Jan. 1631-2 at Great Driffield, bur. 

at Trinity, Goodramgate, 5 Dec. 1673 (reg.), wife of 
Inglebert Leedes, of North Milford, in co. Ebor. 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE, 483 

III. THOMAS CROMPTON, of Great Driffeild, Esq"., cet. 47 
annor. 12 Sept. 1666, bp. 29 Aug. 1619 at Skerne ; mar. Mary, 
daughter of Rich. Remington, of Lund in co. Ebor., Esq". They 
had issue — 

Thomas, est. 24 ann. 12 Sept. a" 1666. 

Anne, 




Langbargh Wapentake. Stokesley, 25° Aug. 1665. 

latB 
of 



Abms : — Sable, a fess engrailed Argent between three dexter hands bendways 

couped at the wrist and open Or. 
Cbbst : — A stag's head erased Argent, attired Or, pierced through the neck with 

an arrow of the 1st. 

I. RICHARD BATE, of Lancashire, had issue— 

II. ROBERT BATE, mar. Katherine, dau. to . . . Nettleton, of 
Thornliill. They had issue — 

1. William (III). 

2. Leonard Bate, of Lupset, sans issue ; mar. Anne, wid. 

of John Savile, of Lupset. Had arms confirmed 
8 Feb. 1565. 

3. Robert. 

Maude, wife to Thomas Penson, of Wakefield (Glover). 
Margaret, wife to Wm. Burton, of Kendall (Glover). 
Jennet, wife to Thomas Mowbray, of Spofforth (Glover). 
Anne, wife to Thos. Mackeridge, of the Bishoprick, 

after to Thomas Arneshowe, of Carlton. 
Elizabeth, wife to Robt. Adams, of Darrington. 

III. WILLIAM BATE, of West-Lathe, in com. Ebor., living 1584, 
bur. at Whorlton ; mar. Elizabeth, daughter of Leonard War- 
coppe, of Tanfeild, in co. Ebor. Will, 18 Mar. 1587-8, pr. 
30 June 1589 (vol. xxiv, 84), to be bur. in chancel of Whorlton. 
They had issue — 



484 dugdale's visitation ok Yorkshire. 

1. William (IV). 

2. Leonard ? will 3 Nov. 1585, pr. 3 May 1587 (vol. xxiii, 

426), to be bur. at Whorlton ; mar., and had a son 
Leonard. 

3. Thomas, exor. of his brother William and his mother. 
Agnes, wife of John Constable, of Dromonbv (Glover, 

196). 
Doroth}-, wife of William DjTieley, of Swillington 

(Glover, 298). 
Alice, wife of Jno. Popeley, of Moorhouse, Esq. (Glover, 

335). 
Ehzabeth, 1 wife of Robert Kaye, of Wakefield (Glover, 

538). 
Katherine, wife of Roger Talbot, of Thornton (Glov-er, 

577). 
Frances (Flower's Visitation.). 

IV. WILLIAM BATE, of West Lathe, living a' 1584. WiU, 

11 Jan. 1599-1600, pr. 7 July 1604 (vol. xxix, 329), to be bur. 
in chancel of Whorlton ; mar. . . . They had issue — 

1. Wmiam (V). 

2. John Bate, of Eston, had issue. 

3. Thomas, died ivithout issue. 

Jane, ivife of WilPm Ruddock, of Eston, in com. Ehor. 

V. WILLIAM BATE, of Eston, in com. Ehor., died 13 Oct. 1621 ; 
mar. Elizabeth, daughter of Marmaduke Harperleij, of Whorlton, 
in com. Ehor., he. 1594 at Eston. They had issue — 
WiWm (VI). 

1. Elizabeth, \cife of John Garth, of Headlam, in com. 

jialal. Dunelm, bur. at Gainford 26 July 1691 (reg.). 
WiU, 5 Ap. 1689. 

2. Mary, wife of Robert Stoke, of Tunstall, in com. Ehor. 

VI. WILLIAM BATE, of Eseby, in com. Ehor., cet. 69 ann. et 
11 mens., 25 Aug. a' 1665, ? bur. at Stokesley 13 Jan. 1673-4. 
Admon. 23 Oct. 1674 ; mar. Susan, daughter of Thomas 
Addison, of Normanby, in co. Ehor.. bur. at Stokesley 8 May 
1687. They had issue— 

1. William (VII). 

2. Leonard Bate, Citizen and Scrivener of London ; mar. 

Sarah, da. of Raphe Hartley, citizen of London. 

3. Thomas Bate, of Newcastle upon Tine ; war. Eufame 

White, a Scotch tcoman. 
Mary, first marr. to John Dun, of Newton, in co. Ehor., 
afterwards to James Johnson, now living in the county 
of Armaah in Ireland. 



DUGUALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



485 



VII. WILLI A 31 BATE, son & heire, cet. 42 ann. 25 Aug. 1665, 
? bur. at Stokesley, 5 Jan. 1674-5 ; mar. Dorothy, da. of 
. . . Nayler, d: widow of Wiirm Smith. They had issue — 
Willimn. 



BuLMBK Wapentake. 



Yorke, 13" Aug. 




Atkinson 
of 



^kth 



on. 



Arms : — Ermine, on a fess .... three pheons. 
No proofe made of these Armes. 

I. RICHARD ATKINSON, of Thrintoft, in com. Ebor., obijt 
circa annum 1600 ; mar. Margaret, daughter to . . . Lumley. 
They had issue— 

1. Simon. 

2. Thomas (II). 

3. George. 

II. THOMAS ATKINSON, of Yorke, obijt cetat. suae 63 a" 1656; 
mar. 1st Elizabeth, da ugh. to Roivland Ward, of the City of 
Yorke, gent. They had issue — 
. 1. Arthur (III). 

2. Phenyas Atkinson, of Belthrop, in co. Ebor. ; mar. 

Frames, da. to Will. Harper, of Bpp Wilton, in co. 
Ebor., Esq''. 

3. William Atkinson, Citizen & Grocer of London; mar. 

Barbara, da. to . . . Hobson, of Kirk-Merrington, 
in Epatu Dunelm. 

1. Philadelphia, mar. at Skelton, 5 Apr. 1635, to Tho. 

Lovell, eldest son to Thomas Lovell, of Skelton, Esq''., 
bur. there 27 Sept. 1680 

2. Jane, mar. to Richard EUerker, of Youlton, in co. Ebor., 

Esq''. 



486 



VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



Mar. 2dly, Margaret, daughter to John Dodsworlh, of W atlas, 
in com. Ebor., bp. there 11 Aug. 1611. They had issue — 

1. Margt., wife to John Lambert, of Strensall, in com. 

Ebor., gent., lie. 1664 at St. Saviour's, York. 

2. Winifred. 

3. Mary. 

III. ARTHUR ATKINSON, of Skdton, in co. Ebor., ast. 45 an. 
a' 1666 ; mar. Beatrix, da. to Tho. Lovell, of Skelton, in co. 
Ebor., Esq. They had issue — 

Thomas (IV). 

Arthur, dyed young. 

Margaret. 7 j j 

Rebecha. l^V^^ young. 

Margaret. 

Susanna. 

Jane. 

Mary. 

Elizabeth. 



IV. 



THOMAS ATKINSON, jient., of Skelton, ait. 15 an. 1661 
? mar. Sarah Empson, of Goole, lie. 1673 at the Cathedral. 



TowNE OF Beverley. 



Beverley, U Sept. 1666. 




drtg 
of 



Arms : — Barry of six Argent and Azure, as many fleurs-de-lis Or, three, two and 

one. 
Crest : — On a ohapeau Gules, turned up Ermine, a wyvem with wings addorsed 

Or, charged on the breast with a trefoil slipped of the first. 

I. EDWARD GRE Y, of Beverley, in co. Ebor., came out of Northum- 
berland, being a branch of the House of Ohillingham ; mar. 
. . . and had issue — 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 487 

II. EDWARD GREY, of Beverley, dyed circa arm. 1636; bur. 
at St. Mary's, Beverley, 18 Jan. 1634-5. Will, 9 Jan. 1631-5, 
pr. at Yoi-k 17 Apr. 1635 (vol. xlii, 461) ; mar. Elizabeth, 
daughter (sister, C.B.N.) of William Thompson, of Humhleton, 
in Holdernesse, in com. Ebor. They had issue — 

1. Robert Grey, of Beverley, named in his father's will. 

He had issue — 

Timothy Grey, of Beverley, now living a" 1666, 
bur.' 24 May 1670 at St. Mary's, Beverley 
(C.B.N.). He had issue- 
Joseph, bp. 27 July 1655 at St. John's. 
Timothy, bp. 3 Oct. 1662, bur. 24 Dec. 

1663'. 
Josiah, bp. 14 Dec. 1663 at St. John's, 
bur. 9 Dec. 1688 at St. Mary's. 

2. Will'm Grey, Rector of the parish Church of Rosse in 

Holdernesse, died in Scarborough Castle in y' service 
of K. Ch. y' first. Named in his father's will. Admon. 
12 May 1646 ; mar. Petronell . . ., bur. 15 June 
1662, at St. John's. They had issue- 
Edward, bp. at Roos, 16 Sept. 1627. 
Ehzabeth, bp. at Roos, 20 Sept. 1629. 

3. Edward (III). 

1. Anne, ivife of WiWm Forde (or Foord), of Scarborough 

in com. Ebor. Named in her father's will. 

2. Mary, wife of Christopher Headlam (or Headley), of 

Scarborough. 

III. EDWARD GREY, of Beverley, named in his father's will, 

cet. 66 ann. 14 Sept. 1666, bur. 18 Jan. 1667-8 ; mar., 24 Oct. 
1626 at St. Mary's, Beverley, Marg', daugh. of . . . Skelton, 
of . . . in com. Ebor., bur. 26 Oct. 1657 at St. Mary's, Beverley. 
They had issue — 
Edward (IV). 

IV. EDWARD GREY, of Beverley, cet. 35 an. 14 Sept. 1666, adm. 

to Gray's Inn 7 July 1652, St. John's, Cambridge, 10 June 
1650, bp. 10 Sept. 1630 at St. Mary's, Beverley, bur. 5 Aug. 
1686 ; mar. 22 Feb. 1654-5 at St. Mary's, Beverley, Elizabeth, 
daughter of John Wardall, of Hull-banke in co. Ebor., bur. 
25 Aug. 1678. They had issue— 

1. Edward, cetatis unius anni et 8 mens. 14 Sept. 1666, bp. 

26 Oct. 1657-8, bur. 12 Oct. 1686. 

2. John Wardall, bp. 8 Nov. 1666 at St. Mary's, Hull 

(C.B.N.). 

3. Robert, bp. 22 Oct. 1671, bur. 31 Oct. 1672 at St. Mary's, 

Hull (C.B.N.). 

4. John, bp. 27 Apr., bur. 8 May 1673 at St. Mary's, 

Hull (C.B.N.). 



488 



DUGDAI.E S VISITATION OK YORKSHIRE. 



Anne. bp. 14 Mar. 16.58-9. 
Elizabeth, bp. 6 Feb. 1660-1. 
Margaret, bp. 14 May 1662. 
Mary, bp. 22 Apr. 1668, bur. 6 Apr. 



Haethuj. Wapentake. 




Kingston upon Hull, 18 Sept. 1666. 



iCambfrt 



ni of 

IRingston upon l|nU. 



j?KMs: — Gules, on a chevron between three lambs passant argent a trefoil slipped 
a chief cheeky Or and Azure. 

I. WILLIAM LAMBERT, who came out of Craven in co. Ebor. 
Had issue — 

II. ANTHONY LAMBERT, of Holme in Spaldingmore. Had 
issue — 

III. ROBERT LAMBERT, of Kingston sup. Hull (diaper), cet. 
60 ann. 1666, died 2 Oct. 1668, bur. in Trinity Churchyard. 
M.I. Will, 29 Aug. 1668, pr. at York (vol. xUx), in which he 
mentions a wife Susannah ; mar. Ann Moorsom, wid., lie. 
1626, at Trinity Church, Hull ? They had issue— 

1. Robert Lambert, eldest son, a:-tatis 3S ann. 1666, ? bur. 

in Trinity Church, Hull. 

2. Anthony (IV). 
John. 
Thomas. 
Samuel. 
Benjamin. 
William. 
Joseph. 
Anne. 
Susanna. 
Sara. 
Ehzabeth. 



Named in their father's will. 



DUGDALE's visitation ok YORKSHIRE. 489 

IV. ANTHONY LAMBERT, of Kingston upon Hull in co. Ebor., 
grocer, Mayor 1667, died 28, bur. 30 May 1688 at Trinity 
Churchyard, Hull. M.I. (Gent's " Hull," p. 34) ; mar. Anne, 
daughter to George Saltmarsh, of Kingston u-pon Hull, at 
Trinity Church, HuU, 15 March 1654-5, died 24 Aug. 1684, 
bur. there. M.I. (Gent's " Hull," p. 35.) They had issue, 
eight sons and four daughters, among whom were — 

1. Anthony (V). 

2. George, wt. 5 ann. 1666, died 29 July 1684, set. 23, bur. 

at Trinity Churchyard, Hull. M.I. 

3. Henry, merchant, wt. unius anni, 1666, admitted to 

St. John's Coll., Camb., 27 June 1683, fet. 17 ; mar. 

. . . and had a dau. Anne, died 2 Sept. 1690. 
Anne. 
Dorothy, died 4 June 1667, bui. in Trinity Churchyard, 

Hull. M.I. 
? Susan, mar. Andrew Perrott, died 13 July 1716, aet. 

44, bur. in Trinity Churchyard, Hull. M.I. 

V. ANTHONY LAMBERT, of Hull, wt. 9 an. 1666, died 5, 
bur. 7 Oct. 1684, fet. 27, in Trinity Churchyard, Hull. M.I. 
(Gent's "Hull," p. 35.) ; mar. Elizabeth, dau. of Aid. Wilham 
Skinner, ot Hull, 8 Dec. 1681. They had issue- 
One son. 



Hangwest Wapentake. Richmimd, 19 Aug. 1665. 

of 



us : — Quarterly — 

1. Gules, three ohevronels braced in base vair, a chief Or (Wy\ ell). 

2. Argent, three pickaxes Sable, a crescent for difference (Pigot). 

3. Sable, a chief indented Argent (Fitzrandolf). 

4. Azure, a bend Or, over all a label of three points Argent (Scrope). 

I. SIR M ARM ADTJ KE WYV ELL, of Constable Burton in com. 
Ebor., K' .and Bar'.; mar. Magdalen, daughter of S^ Chris- 
topher Danhy, of Thorneley (Farnley) in com. Ebor., K'. They 
had, with other issue — 




490 



DUGDALKS VIsri'ATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



1. Christopher (s 
ii. p. 431. 
Francis (II). 



Wvvell, of Constable Burton, vol- 



II. FRANCIS WYVELL, Rector of the Church of Spenithorne 
in com. Ebor., the third son from whom any issue remaynes, 
died in a" 1649 ; mar. Helen, daughter of Thomas Norton 
of Burnby in co. Ebor. ; remar. at Spennithorne, 18 Oct. 
1652, Rev. Edmond Mauleverer, Rector of Marske (Raines' 
" Marske," Yorks. Arch. J., %d, 101). They had issue — 

1. Thomas (III). 

2. Edward Wyi^ell ; mar. Elizabeth, da. of Henry Pearson, of 

Richmond, first wife. Thej had issue — 
Edward, mt. 8 an. 19 Aug. 1665. 
Margaret, wtatis 6 ann. 1665. 
Mar. Elizabeth, daughter of Peter Norton, of Dishford 
in com. Ebor., 2 wife. They had issue — 

Francis, est. sefte mens. 19 Aug. a' 1665. 

3. Rowland. 

Helen, wife of Thomas Crosfeild, of . . . in co. Westmerl., 
afterwards of Edw. Preston, citizen of York. 

III. THOMAS WYVELL, of Bellerby, in the parish of Spenni- 
thorne, in CO. Ebor., ast. 45 ann. 19 Aug. 1665 ; mar. Mary, 
daugh. of Christofh'' Place of Dinsdale in Episcopatu Dunel- 
mensi, died 24 June 1668, bur. in Spennithorne Church 
(Surtees' "Durham," iii, 240). 




Yorke, 13° Aug. 166G. 

of 
HarDtoick. 

lion rampant counterchanged, a canton 



I. DAVID LLUYD, of Towyn in com • mar. . . . 

daughter to Malhew Price of Trenewith, Esq', sister to /S'' John. 
They had issue — 



DUGDALKS VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



491 



II. THOMAS LLOYD, of Kilnach in com. Cardigan, cut. 70 an. 
1666 ; mar. Mary, daughter to David Lloyd of Krynghryn 
in CO. Cardigan, Esq''. They had issue — 

III. RICHARD LLOYD, of Hardwick Mannour in com. Ehor., 
wt. 24 ann. 1666 ; mar. Mary, daughter to Aaron Belt of . . . 
neer Hallifax in com. Ehor. They had issue — 

1. Richard, cetat. 11 ann. 1666. 

2. Samuell, wt. 5 ann. a" 1666. 

1. Mary, at. 16 ann. 1666. 

2. Anne, cut. 15 ann. 1666. 

3. Margaret, atatis 13 ann. 1666. 



Babkeston Ashe Wapentake. 



Pontfract, 9 Aug. 1665. 

iaplor 

of 

®£mp It- Hurst. 



Arms : — Ermine, on a chief Sable three escallops Argent. 

Crest : — Out of a ducal coronet Or a dexter ar.ii embowed in armour proper, 
the hand grasping a sword pommelled and flamed of the first. 
He refers to the Visit, of Shropshire, but there is nothing there. 

I. JOHN TAYLOR, of Hulland in com. Derb., a younger son to 
. . . Taylor of Longdon in com. Salop. He had issue — 




II. RICHARD TAYLOR, of Hulland and Com-pton in com. 
Derb., died in a' 1642 ; mar. Emmot, daughter of John Cam, 
of . . . in com. Derb. They had issue — 

1. Edward Taylor, died in Ireland. 

2. Richard (III). 
Dorothy, died unmarried. 

III. RICHARD TAYLOR, of Temple-Hurst in com. Ehor., at. 
40 ann. 9 Aug. a" 1665 ; mar. Elizabeth, daughter unto Gregory 
Wilson, of Kildale in com. Eborum. They had issue — 



492 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



1. Benjamin, at. 7 ami. 10 Aug. a° 1665. 

2. Richard. 

1. Dorothy. 

2. Elizabeth. 

3. Mary. 



GiLLiNG Est W 



APENTAKE. 




Richmund, 21° Aug. 1665. 

.Smiths on 
ill oil It on. 



Arms : — Sable, three horseshoes Or, in chief a label of three points Ermine. 
Crest : — A horse's head couped Sable, bit and reins Or. 

I. LEONARD SMITHSON, of Moulton, in par. of Middleton 
Tyas, in com. Eboru. He had issue — 

1. Christopher (II). 

2. Ciitbert Smithson, med., died unmarried. Will, 10 Dec. 

1650, pr. iu London 13 May 1651 (Grey, 98), to be 
bur. at Middleton. 

3. John Smithson, had issue. 

4. Nicholas Smithson, named in his brother CHithbert's 

will, had issue. 
Jane, wife of John Pattison, of Dobsole in com. Ebor. 

II. CHRISTOPHER SMITHSON, of Moulton, died in a" 1650 
mar. Dorothy, daughter of Leonard Calvert, of Kipling, in com. 
Ebor. Thev had issue — 

1. George (III). 

2. Thomas Smithson, of Moulton, cet. 40 ann. 21° Aug 

a" 1665. 

1. Frances, wife of John Burnet, of Hurworth in episc. 

Dunclm. 

2. Mary, wife unto John Slingar, of Danby Whisk, in co. 

Ebor. 

3. Elizabeth, wife unto John Meryton, of Moulton in com 

Eborum. 

4. Helen, wife of Matthew Wastdl, of Ellerton-super- 

Swale, in co. Ebor. 

5. Grace, wife of Nich. Conyers, of Cleasby in com. Eborum. 



DUGOALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 493 

GEORGE SMITHSON, of Moulton, Esq., cpt. 45 an. 21 Aug. 
1665, now one of the justices of the peace for this county ; mar. 
Eleanor, da. of Col. Chas. Fairfax, a younger brother of the 
late L'^ Fairfax of Cameron. They had issue — 
1. George (IV). 



2. 


William. 


3. 


Charles. 


4. 


Thomas. 


1. 


Eleanor. 


2. 


Mary. 


3. 


Dorothy. 



GEORGE SMITHSON, of Moulton, cet. 12 an. 21" Aug. 1665 ; 
mar. at York Minster, 28 Aug. 168.3, Mrs. Elizabeth Danby, 
of York (reg.). 




Baynton Beacon Wapentake. Kilham, 31° Aug. 1665. 

Kcmtngton 

of 

Innii. 



Arms : — Barry of twelve Argent and Azure, over all a bend Gules. 
No proofe made of these armes. 

I. RICHARD REMINGTON, of RaskeUe, in the forest of 
Galtres, co. York, gentleman of the Horse to Henry Fitz Roy, 
Duke of Richmond (Glover's Visitation). He had issue — 

II. RICHARD REMINGTON, of Garraby. WiU, 10, pr. 23 Sept. 
1556 (vol. XV, 1, 66) ; mar. firstly Agnes, dau. of . . . Little 
(Glover's Visitation) ; mar. secondly. Agues, dau. of William 
Blake, of Scoreby. They had issue — 

1. John, of Garraby, ? of Hull, Alderman. He had issue — 
Sir Robert Remington, Kn'., President of 

Munster in Ireland. 
John. 
EUzabeth. 



494 DUG dale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

2. George. 

3. Richard (III). 

4. Henry, of Thixendale ; mar. Susanna Dakins. Will, 

13 July 1609, pr. 20 Nov. 1610 (vol. xxxi, 484). 

III. RICHARD REMINGTON, D'- in Divinity, 'parson of Locking- 
ton in com. Ehor., Arclideacon of East Riding, bur. 6 Nov. 
1615 at Lockington. Will, 2 Dec. 1613, pr. 24 Nov. 1615 
(Archbishop's Reg.) ; mar. EUzabeth, dau. of Blatthew 
Hutton, Archb. of York, bur. at Lockington 26 Mar. 1602. 
Thev had issue — 

Richard (IV). 

Timothy. -j 

I Named in their father's will. See " The 
l' Genealogist," N.S., vol. xxvii, p. 137. 



Henry. 
Robert. 
John. 

5 daughters . 



IV. RICHARD REMINGTON, of Lund in com. Ebor., died in 
a' 1648, bp. at Lockington, 18 Oct. 1590, bur. at Lund 4 Jan. 
1648-9, admon. 11 Jan. ; mar. Mary, daughter of S'' John 
Hotham, of Scarborough, in com. Ebor., bur. at Lockington, 
22 Oct. 1653. They had issue— 

1. S'- Thomas (V). 

2. Timothy Remington, of Newbold in com. Eborum, bur. 

at Lund 4 Nov. 1680 ; mar. Elizabeth, daughter of 
. . . Amcotes, bur. at Newbald Aug. 1671. (They 
had issue, see " The Genealogist," N.S., vol. xxvii, 
p. 140.) 

1. Margaret, wife of Robert Cracroft, of Wisby, in co. 

Line, Esq. ; mar. at Lund 4 Apr. 1636. 

2. Mary, wife of Thomas Crompton, of Driffield in com. 



V. S- THOMAS REMINGTON, of Lund in com. Ebor., Kn'., 
CBt. 54 ann. 31° Aug. a" 1665 ; bur. at Limd 2 Dec. 1681 ; 
mar. Hannah, daughter of S'' Williatn Gee, of Beverley, co. 
Ebor., Kn'., 6 Mar. 1631-2 at Bishop Burton (C.B.N.). They 
had issue — 

1. Richard (VI). 

2. WilVm Remington, of St. Andrew's, Holborn ; inarr. 

at St. John's, Beverley, 7 Mar. 1663, Dorothy, da. 
of S'' Matt. Boynton, of Agnes Burton, B', widow 
of John Anlaby, of Etton. They had issue (see 
" The Genealogist," N.S., vol. xxvii, pp. 141-142). 

3. John. 

4. Thomas. 

5. Christopher, bp. at St. Marv's, Hull, 9 Mar. 1642-3. 

6. Charles. 



DUGIJALKS VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



495 



VI. 



1. Mary, ivife of Josias PricJcett, of AUerthorp, in co. 

Ehor. 

2. Hannah. 

3. Eliz., wife of Clement Elhjs, of Kirkhy in com. Nott. 

4. Margaret. 

5. Susanna. 

6. Jane. 

7. Martha. 

RICHARD REMINGTON, son and heire, of Lund, mt. 30 an. 
31 Aug. 1665, bp. at Lund 3 Nov. 1634, bur. 15 July 1715 ; 
mar. Mary Shipton, of Lithe. They had issue. (See a 
complete pedigree of the Remingtons in " The Genealogist," 
N.S., vol. xxvii, p. 133-149, by Wm. Pretyman, Esq.) 



Whitby Straxd. 




Malton, 28 Aug. 1665. 

of 
lagDak-HalL 



Arms ; — Sable, three pairs of shin-bones Argent, each pair in saltire, the sinister 

surmounted of the dexter, a martlet for difference. 
No proofe made of these armes. 

I. GEORGE NEWTON, of Ruswarpe in Whitby Strand, in com. 
Ehor. ; mar They had issue — 

n. CHRISTOPHER NEWTON, of Rusivarpe, died a" 1645 
(vel circa). Will, 8 May 1646 (unregistered) ; mar. . . . 
They had issue — 

1. Isaac (III). 

2. John Newton. 

III. ISAAC NEWTON, of Rusivarpe, died circa an. 1650. Admon. 
London, 1650 ; mar. Hesther, daughter of Nicholas 
of Ruswarpe, lie. 1625, at Whitby. They had issue — 



496 



DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



1. Isaac (IV). 

2. John. 

1. Elizabeth, v 

Ebor. 

2. Adeline. 



ife of Nicholas Fenay, of Fenay in 



ISAAC NEWTON, of Bagdale-Hall in Ruswarpe, in com. Ebor., 
cBt. 32 ann. 28 Aug. a" 1665 ; mar. Elizabeth, daughter of 
Gyles Wiggener, of Wevenho, in Essex. They had issue — 
Henry, eel. 2 dierum 28 Aug. a" 1665. 
Elizabeth, cet. 1 anni et 9 mens., 28 Aug. a" 1665. 



Beidporth Wapentake. 




Yorke, 13 Sept. 1665. 

Men 
of 
Angram Olrange. 



: — Argent, a chevron Sable between three heath-cocks o£ the second, crested 
and wattled Gules. 

Ceest : — A moor's head in profile Sable, the temples bound with a wreath knotted 
behind Gules and Argent. 

I. JAMES MORE, of Angram Grange (par. of Coxwold), in 
com. Ebor., a Justice of the Peace in the borough of Ri-ppon, 
CBtatis 67 annorum 13 Sept. 1665 ; mar. Anne, daughter and 
coheire of Mich. Ascough, of Angram in com. Ebor. They had 
issue — 

1. Thomas (II). 

2. WilVm More, of How in com. Ebor., now Gierke of 

y' Peace for y' North Riding of Yorkshire; mar. 
Eleanor, daughter and sole heire of John Raper, of 
How. 

1. Anne, wife unto John Ernley, of Cockwould, in co. 

Ebor., gent. 

2. Dorothy, wife of Alan Chambers, of Oulston, in com. 

Ebor., gent., died 31 Mar. 1678 at Coxwold (reg.). 

3. Mary. 



DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



497 



THOMAS MORE, an Utter Barrister of the Inner Temfle, 
London, cstatis 36 an. 13 Se'pt. a" 1665 ; mar. Marg*, daughter 
of (§'■ Raphe Blakeston, of Gibside, in the Bishoprick of Durham, 
B'. They had issue — 

1. Thomas, a;t. 7 an. 13 Sept. a" 1665. 

2. James, cet. 6 ann. 

1. Bridget, wtatis 4 ann. 

2. Mary, cet. unius anni et dim. 



Pickering Lithe. 




Malton, 11° Sept. 

iiarslmll 

0f 

^islaby-CHrangB. 



-Quarterly : a crescent for diflerence — 

1. Barry of six Argent and Sable, a canton Ermine (Marshall). 

2. Or, a saltire engrailed Gules, a chief per fess indented of the first 

and second. (Brus.) 

3. Gules, a lion rampant Argent, within an orle of bezants. (Hawyke 

4. Ermine, a chief per pale indented Gules and Or. (Browne.) 
—A man in complete armour proper, holding in his dexter hand a baton 

Or, a crescent for difference. 

ROGER MARSHALL, of Aislahy-grange in Pickering Lithe, 
in com. Ehor. WiU, 28 Apr. 1568, pr. 17 May 1569 (vol. 
xviii, 54) ; mar. Mary, daughter of Thomas Curtes, of Clee, 
CO. Line. They had issue — 

1. Roger. 

2. John. 

3. Thomas (II). 

1. Mary. 

2. Margaret. 

THOMAS MARSHALL, of Aislahy-grange, dyed circa annum 
1621, a mercer, Lord Mayor of York, 1613, bur. at All 
Saints' Pavement, 25 Dec. 1622. Will, 19 Oct. 1622, pr. 
14 Jan. 1622-3 (vol. xxxvii, 143) ; mar. Susannah, daughter 
of Robert Brooke, Alderman of Yorke, bp. at All Saints' 
Pavement, 4 Jan. 1576-7, mar. there 26 Apr. 1597, bur. there 
29 Aug. 1628. Will, 21 Aug. 1628, pr. 23 Feb. 1628-9 (vol. 
xl, 353). They had issue— 



498 dugdale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

1. Henry Marshall, Esq., of Gate Fulford, died without 

issue. Will, 10 Oct. 1648, pr. 17 Feb. 1648-9. 
A Royalist ; the fine on his estate was £228. Mar. 
Anne, dau. of Richard Bewes, Esq. 

2. Samuell (III). 

1. Jane, wife of Hugh Ingram, son and heire to S' William 

Ingram, of Yorke, Kn' ; ma . at Al! Saints' Pave- 
ment, York, 7 Oct. 1621. 

2. Mary, wife of Robert Horner, Alderman of Yorke , 

mar. at All Saints' Pavement, 14 Sept. 1624. 
Other children. 

III. SAMUELL MARSHALL, of Aislaby-grange, in co. Ehor., 
cBt. 48 annor., 11 Sept. 1666, bp. at All Saints' Pavement, 
25 Oct. 1616, bur. at Middleton, 8 July 1674 ; mar. Annie 
(Amy), daughter of . . . Page, of Finchley, in com. Midd., 
bur. at Middleton, 17 Oct. 1679. They had issue— 

1. Samuell Marshall, at. 15 annorum, 11" September 1666, 

bp. at Pickering 30 Oct. 1650, ? died s.p. 

2. Arthur, est. 10 ann., ? died s.p. 

1. Susanna, bp. at Pickering 2 Nov. 1647, bur. at Middle- 

ton 20 Nov. 1692. 

2. Annie (Amy), mar. at Middleton, 12 Apr. 1680, 

Wrightington Tayler, bur. at Middleton 26 Dec. 
1683. 

The additions are from " The MarshaUs of Pickering," by G. W. 
Marshall, F.S.A., in the Yorks. Arch. Journal, vol. vii, p. 86, where 
there is a long account of the family. 



Whitby Strakd. Kilham, 1 Sept. 1665. 

larkson uf libitbg. 

The entrance and proofe ot the armes is respited. 

I. RICHARD JACKSON, of Carhead, in Whitby Strand, in 
CO. Ebor., yeoman, died in a" 1648 or thereabouts. Will, 
1 May 1642, pr. Sept. 1646 (unregistered), to be bur. in church- 
yard ; mar. first . . ., daughter of Thomas Worfolke, of 
Whitby Strand. They had issue — 

1. John Jackson,' of Fosse, in Whitby Strand. 

2. William (II). 

3. George Jackson, of Pickering, in co. Ebor. Named in 

his father's will. 

4. Richard Jackson, of Maske, in co. Ebor. Named in 

his father's will. 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE, 



499 



5. Peter Jackson, of Whitby, in com. Ebor. Named iu 
his father's will. 

1. Anne, wife of Nicholas Conyers, of Pickering, in Com. 

Eborum; mar. at Whitby, 18 Oct. 1634. 

2. Margaret, wife of . . . Osburne, of Whitby. 

mar. 2dly, Urseley . . . , wid., named in her husband's \\dll. 

II. WILLIAM JACKSON, of Whitby, at. 63 ann. 1 Sept. a" 1665, 
named in his father's will ; mar. Susanna, daugh. of Henry 
Russell, of Whitby, in com. Ebor. They had issue — 

III. GEORGE JACKSON, of Whitby, in com. Ebor., at. 23 ann. 

1 Sept. a" 1665 ; mar. Mercie, daughter of Thomas Broome, 
of Howden, in com. Ebor. They had issue — 

1. William (IV). 

2. George, atat. 5 mens. 1665. 

Mary, cet. 18 mens. 1665, mar. at Wliitby 5 Feb. 
1692-3, Luke Bagwith. 

IV. WILLIAM JACKSON, at. 2 an. el 10 mens. 1" Sept. a" 1665. 



Strafford and Tickhili, Wapentake 




Rotheram, 16 Sept. 1665. 

Innt 

of 
^tainton. 



Arms : — . . . a bugle horn ... on a chief .... three ros 
Qu. the coloures in the Visit, of Lincolnsh. and Northton 



NATHANIELL HUNT, of Swaby, in com. Lincoln; mar. 
Mary, daughter of S'' John Bolles, of Louth, in com. Line, 
Knt., bp. at Louth 8 Jan. 1592-3 ; mar. before 13 Aug. 1621 
(Lincolnshire Visitations, Harl. See, 151). They had issue — 



^00 



DUGIMLKS VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



1. John Hunt, of Skegmarsh, in co. Line, eldest son. 

2. Nathaniel. 1 

3. Nicholas. 

4. Zachary. ■ all in Ireland or forrein Countries. 

5. Edward. 

6. Frances. J 
Abraham (II). 

Mary, wife of Roger Fretwell, of Maltby, in com. Ehor. 

II. ABRAHAM HUNT, of Stainton, in com. Ehor., crt. 24 an. 
16 Sept. 1665 ; mar. Judith, daughter of . . . Man, of y' Isle 
of Man. 

In his account of Stainton, Mr. Hunter only copies the Visitation 
pedigree. 



Claro Wapentake. 



Yorke, 23 Martij 1665. 




Harrison 

of 
Cat on. 



Abms : — Azure, three demi-lions rampant erased Or. 
Crest : — A demi-lion rampant Or, holding a wreath Vert. 



THOMAS HARRISON, sometime L^ Mayor of if Citty of 
Yorke, 1575 and 1592, innholder ; bur. at St. Martin's, 
Micklegate, 13 Jan. 1604-5. WiU, 22 Dec. 1603, pr. at 
York, 28 Jan. 1604-5 (vol. xxix, 492) ; mar. Johan . . . , 
bur. at St. Martin's, Micklegate, 6 Oct. 1595. They had 



1. Thomas (II). 

2. John Harrison, of Acaster (see vol. iii, p. 80). 

3. Robert Harrison, of AUerthorp (see vol. iii, p. 269). 



DUGD ale's visitation OF YORKSHIRE. 501 

II. THOMAS HARRISON, son and heire, a lawyer of York, 

died v.p. ; mar. . . . They had issue — 

III. THOMAS HARRISON, of Caton (Cayton Grange, near 

Ripley), in com. Ebor., died in a" 1642 ; mar. Elizabeth, 
daughter of Henry Atkinson, of Little Cattail, in com. Eborum, 
he. 1605 at Whixley. They had issue— 

1. Thomas, died unmarried. 

2. Robert (IV). 

a. WilVm, died unmarried. 

1 Beatrice.\ g-^g unmarried. In 1612 Visitation. 

2. Joane. I 

3: Mary, wife of Edward Wise, of Burton Leonard, in 

com. York. 
4. Alice, wife of John Warenner, of Knaresborough, in 

com. Ebor. 

IV. ROBERT HARRISON, of Caton, cet. 36 annor., 23 Mart. 
1665. Adm. to Grav's Inn, 23 Oct. 1646. 



Pomfret, 7° Apr. 1666. 

Inlkkp of ^outlj (BmsaU. 

I. JOHN DE BULKLEY, Lord of the mannour of BdUey, 
in com. Lane. He had issue — 

II. ADAM BE BULKLEY. He had issue- 
Ill. GEFFREY BE BULKLEY, slaine in the Battail of Eves- 
holme a" 49 E. 3, and buryed in the Abby there. He had issue — 

IV. JOHN BE BULKLEY. He had issue— 

V. ABAM BE BULKLEY, a" 44 E. 3 ; mar. Alice, daughter 
of Thomas, son of William de Legh, 44 Edw. 3. They had 

issue — 

VI. JOHN BE BULKLEY, a" 19 Edw. 3. He had issue— 

VII. ROBERT BE BULKLEY, 16 Ric. 2. He had issue— 

VIII. JOHN BE BULKLEY, a" 2 H. 4 ; mar. Alice, daughter 
and heire of Roger de Wolstuden. They had issue — 

IX. RALPH BE BULKLEY mar. Catherine, 7 H. 5. They 
had issue — 



502 dugdalk's visitation of Yorkshire. 

X. JAMES DE BULKLEY, a' 38 H. 6 ; mar. Margaret . . . 
They had issue — 
Bobert (XI). 

Isabell, uife of Gilbert, sow of Lambert de Legh, 
13 E. 4. 

XI. BOBEBT DE BULKLEY, 10 Edw. 4. He had issue— 

Thomas (XII). 

John BulMey, Clerke, Vicar of Wasperton, in co. 
Warr., 11" H. 7. 

XII. THOMAS DE BULKLEY, 21 Henr. 7. He had issue— 

XIII. JAMES BULKLEY : mar. Alice, daughter of . . . Howorth. 
They had issue — 

1. Thomas (XIV). 

2. Hugh. 

3. Arthur Bulkley, mar. Jane, da. of Henry Hamond, 

or Hamer. 

1. Catherine. 

2. Eliz., wife of Tho. Chadwick, of Heigh, in co. Lane. 

XIV. THOMAS BULKLEY, 14 H. 8; mar. Margaret, dau. of 

Banulph Howorth. They had issue — 

XV. ROBERT BULKLEY, baptized 6 July a" Urn 1578; mar. 

Grace, daughter and heire of John Holt, of Ashworth, in com. 
Lane. They had issue — 

XVI. THOMAS BULKLEY ; mar. Grace, daughter of Arthur 

Asshton, of Clegg, in com. Lane. They had issue — 

1. Robert Bulkley, died at Cambridge, unmarried. 

2. Abell (XVII). 

3. Thomas Bulkley, Chaplaine to Will. Cecill, Earle of 

Salisbury and Rector of Damoram (Damerham) 
in Wiltsh., died in a" 1627, and was buried in 
St. John's Colledge in Cambridge, whereof he was 
Fellow. 
Priscilla, wife of John Hopwood, of Spotland, in 
com. Lane. 

XVII. ABELL BULKLEY ; mar. Anne, daughter and sole heire 
of Robert Norfolke, of Barnesley, in com. Ebor. They had 
issue^ 



dugdale's visitation of yorkshiee. 508 

1. Robert, died young. 

2. Samuell, died young. 

3. Joshua, of . . ., in com. Lane. ; mar. Cath., da. 

of John Smith, of Rachdale, in com. Lane, relict 
of Joseph Rither, of Smedley. 

4. Thomas Bulkley, married Eiiz., eldest daughter and 

coheir of Michaell Butterworth, of Little Howorth, 
in CO. Lane. 

5. Jonas (XVIII). 

John. (See Dugdale's " Lane. Visitation," Chetham 
Society, p. 61.) 

XVIII. JONAS BULKLEY, of South Emsall, in co. Ebor., mt. 
. . . annor. 7 Apr. a" D. 1666 ; mar. Margery, daughter 
of Robert, Lord Bishop of Clonfert and Kilmachough (Kil- 
macduagh) in Ireland, and relict of CoUonell John Morris. 
Governour of Pomfret Castle for K. Charles the first. They 
had issue — 

1. Thomas, wt. . . . an. 7 Apr. 1666. 

2. Morris. 

1. Margery. 

2. Elizabeth. 

Note.- — Dugdale could not have investigated the early generations, 
which seem very doubtful. 



BY Strand. Malton, 28 Aug, 1665. 



JFarsiiJ£ 

of 

JFilingiiaU. 



Arms : — Gules, a fess Or, between three bezants. 

This coate is eayd to belong to the Farsides of Scotland, but no proofs madf . 




504 DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

I. JOHN FARSIDE, of Farside in the realme of Scotland came 
into England in the time of K. James, and was made Bowbearer 
in the Forest of Pickering in com. Ebor. ; mar. . . . They had 



II. WILLIAM FARSIDE, borne at Lanqdane bridge, w"'hi Whitby 
Strand, after resided at Ellis Close, w"'in y' honour of Picker^ ; 
mar. Mary, daughter of John Watson of Hakenes in Whitby 
Strand in com. Ebor. They had issue — 

1. John (III). 

2. Adam Farside of Scalby in Pickering Lythe. Will, 

14 Nov. 1666, pr. 16 Mar. 1669-70 (vol. l, 381), 
to be bur. at Scalby ; mar. Ellis . . . They had 
issue — 

"William Farside, of Scalbv. Will (unregis- 
tered), 22 Sept. 1691, pr. 20 Feb. 1693-4, 
to be bur. at Scalby ; mar. Jane .... 
? Admon. 16 .July 1712. They had issue— 
1. Adam, of Scalby and Scarborough, 
sole exor. of his father's will. His 
will, 29 June 1700, pr. 16 June 1712 
(vol. L'cviii, 106) ; mar. Anne . . . 
They had issue — 

William, only son, died 2-5 July 
1713, bur. at Scarborough. 
M.I. Will. 24, pr. at York 
31 July 1713 (vol. kviii, 
369). 
Ann, mar. (? Wm.) Foord. 
Jane, mar. (? Joseph) Jenldnson. 
Mar}', mar. . . . Readitt or Readhead. 

-r ^* [ Named in their father's will. 
J ane. ) 

Ellis, bp. at Scawby 9 July 1637 ; mar. 20 June 

1657 Brian Beswick, of Gristhorpe. 

3. James Farside, of Fotheringhay, in co. North""". 

III. JOHN FARSIDE, of Hiiton Bu.'<hell, in Pickering Lithe, m 
com. Ebor., died in a" 1660 ; mar. Jane, eldest daughter of 
Marmaduke Wilson, of Whitby in com. Ebor. there 4 Nov. 
1618. They had issue— 

1. WiU'tn (IV). 

2. Thomas, named in his brother William's will. 

Mary, wife of Richird Etherington, of Driffield, in co. 
Ebor. 

IV. WILL'M FARSIDE, of Filingdale in Whitby Strand, late 
Caj)' Lieutenant to S*" Willm Cholmeley for y' service of K. 
Charles y' 2'', mt. U an. 28' Aug. 1665. WiU, 31 May 1670, 
pr. at York 9 May 1671 (vol. lii, 74). ; mar. Ursula, 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 505 

daughter of John Marshall of Filingdale in com. Ebor., exix. 
of her husband. They had issue — 
John (V). 

i' 'l^,'^\ ,1. } Had lands in Eobin Hood's Bav in their 
2 Ehzabeth. ^^^^^^,^ ^^.ji 

3. Mary. ) 

V. JOHN FARSIDE, gent., of Fylingdales, cetatis 4 an. 28 Aug. 
1665, born 16 Apr. 1661. Admon. at York 26 Oct. 1739 ; 
mar. Adeline, only dau. of John Robinson, of Buckton, died 
14 Dec. 1763. They had issue- 
John (VI). 

William, of Whitby, gent. 

Robinson, of London, gent., and of Scarborough. 

Ursula, mar. . . . Stainton, bur. at Fyhngdales. 

Hilda, mar. Phalnel Harrison, of Thorp in Fylingdales. 

AdeUne. 

Jane, died unmar. Will, 16 Dec. 1772. 

VI. JOHN FARSIDE, of Whitby, gent., Master in Chancery, 
died 25 Apr. 1755, bur. at Robin Hood's Bay. Will, 26 Jan. 
1755, pr. 2 Mar. 1756 (vol. c, 201) ; mar. at Yedingham, 
31 July 1747, Mary, dau. of John Watson, of New Malton 
and Bilton Park. They had issue — 

John (VII). 

Watson, of Fylingdales, b. 15 May 1752, bp. at Whitby, 
Sohcitor in Chancery, died unmar. Apr. 1820. 

Adehne Hannah, b. 15 May 1750, bp. at Whitby. 

Maiy, b. 28 Apr., died May 1753. 

VII. JOHN FARSIDE, Esq., of Bilton Park, near Knaresborough, 
assumed bv hcence the name of Watson in heu of Farside, 
born 13 Nov. 1749, bp. at Whitby, died Aug. 1810, bur. at 
Knaresborough ; mar. at Staveley, 12 Aug. 1802, Hannah, 
dau. of Rev. James Hartley, rector of Staveley. They had 
issue — 

John Farside (VIII). 

George James Watson, of Fyhngdales, Bar.-at-law, 
had lands from his uncle Watson Farside, Esq. ; 
re-assumed the name of Farside. 
Mary, born 31 July 1806 ; mar. 7 July 1830, Rev. 

Edward Sacheverell-Browne-Cave. 
Carohne Hannah, b. 5 July 1810, bur. at Knaresborough, 
Mar. 1811. 

VIII. JOHN FARSIDE-WATSON, Esq., of Bilton Park, born 
2 July 1803, died 1 Apr. 1831 ; mar. 1830, Georgiana, dau. 
of . . . White. They had issue — 

Georgiana Farside-Watson, of Bilton Park. 



506 dugdale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

BuLMBB Wapentake. Yorke, 20 Martij 1665. 




lartD 



of 



0Lolbnrn£. 



cross-crosslets Argen 



Arms :— Quarterly, a mallet Gules for difference. 

1. Azure, three cinquefoils between 

(Darcy). 

2. Azure, three bars gemelles and a chief Or (Meinill). 

3. Azure, a maunche Or (Conyers). 

4. Sable, a saltire Argent (Rylstone). 

Crest : — On a chapeau Gules, turned up Ermine, a bull passant Sable, a mnllet 
for difference. 

I. CONIERS, LORD DARCY AND CONYERS ; mar- 
Dorothy, daughter of S'' Henry Bellasses, Kn'., of Newburgh. 
They liad, with other issue — 

1. Coniers, Lord Darcy and Conyers, 1st. Earl of Holderness. 

2. Henry (II). 

II. HENRY DARCY, of Colborne (par. of Catteritk) in com. 
Ehor., 3" son, at. 55 annorum 20 Martij a" D. 1665, bp. at 
Hornby 19 Oct. 1610, bur. at St. Olave's, York. 29 Apr. 
1668. M.I. Mar. Mary, daughter unto William Scrope, 
of Hiqhley in com. Palat. Dunelm, Esq'' at St. Olave's, 28 Sept. 
1628, bur there 17 Apr. 1667. M.I. They had issue— 

1. Philip, art. 34 annor. 20 Martij 1665. bp. at Hornby 

l.S .June. 1630. 

2. Henry. 

3. Thomas, bp. at Hornby 10 Jan. 1634. 

1. Frances, wife of Robert Colling^vood, of Durha in Epatv. 

2. Mary, bp. at Hornby 1635. 

3. Dorothy, bp. at Hornby 21 Sept. 1646, died 28 Nov. 

1698, bur. at Grinton. 

N.B. — Henr}' Darcy, Esq., of Colborne, probably a grandson 
of Henr)' and Maiy Darcy, had Sedbuiy left to him by his cousin 
James Darcy. By his will, 18 Dec. 1750, it came to his grandson, 
Sir Robert" Hildyard, 4th Bart, (son of Sir Robert Hildyard, 
3rd Bart., of Winestead, who had married, 1738, his daughter, Maria 
Catherine). 




DUGDALe's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 507 

Haugwest Wapentake. Riclimvmd, 21 Aug. 1665. 



of 
lirbB-Jkftljam. 



Arms : — (Azure) a chevron (Argent), between three smelts naiant. 
Ckest : — A cormorant's head erased per fess . . . and . . . 

I. RICHARD SMELT, of Fleetham in com. Ebor. ; mar. Anne, 
daughter of . . . Conyers, of Hutton Bonvile in com. Ebor. 
They had issue — 

II. LEONARD SMELT, died circa ami. 1627, Secretary to Lord 
Scrope of Bolton, died 17 Aug. 1626, bur. at Kirkby Fleetham. 
Will, 10 July, pr. at York 12 Sept. 1626 (vol. xxxix, 502) ; 
mar. St/the, daughter of Edmund Allan, of Gaterley (Gatherly). 
in com. Ebor. They had issue — ■ 

1. Matthew (III). 

2. Leonard, died unmarried. 

3. Richard. 

4. Thomas. 

1. Sythe, bp. at Kirkby Fleetham 22 Feb. 1596-7, wife 

of John Robinson, of Applegarth in com. Ebor. 

2. Frances, wife of Tho. Robinson, of Rokesby in co. Ebor. 

III. MATHEW SMELT, of Kirby Fleetham in com. Ebor., died 
a' 1652, died 22 Sept. 1652, bur. at Kirkby Fleetham ; mar. 
at Thornton Watlas 9 Dec. 1617, Alice, daughter of John 
Dodsworth, of Thornton Watlas, in com. Ebor. They had issue — 

1. Leonard (IV). 

2. John, bp. at Thornton Watlas, 15 Nov. 1622 (C.B.N.), 

adm. to Gray's Inn 1 July 1644. 

3. Mathew, adm. to Gray's Inn, 1 July 1644, died un- 

married. 

4. Richard, died an infant. 

5. Robert, died an infant. 

6. Thomns, died an infant. 

7. Christopher Smelt, of Brunton in com. Ebor. 



508 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



IV. LEONARD SMELT, of Kirhy Fleeiham, mt. 46 ami. 21 Aug. 
a" 1665, bp. at Thornton Watlas 18 July 1619 (C.B.N.), 
adm. to Gray's Inn 14 May 1639 ; mar. Anne, dau. of John 
Wastell, of Scorton in com. Eborum. They had issue — 

1. Leonard (V). 

2. John, adm. to Gray's Inn 6 May 1675. 

V. LEONARD SMELT, of Kirkby Fleetham, at. 7 ann. 21 Aug. 
a" 1665, adm. to Gray's Inn, 1 May 1675 ; mar. Grace, dau. 
of Sir WiUiam Frankland, of Thirkleby. From them de- 
scended a family which continued at Kirkby Fleetham. 

N.B.— Wilham, of Leases, died 14 Feb. 1755, bur. at Kirkby 
Fleetham ; mar. Dorothy, dau. of Cornelius Cayley ; a quo Smelt, of 
Beverley, etc. (See Eadchffe MS., Yorks. Arch. Soc. library). 



Whitby Strand. 



Alalton, 28 Aug. 1665. 




of 



Arms : — . . . on a chevron . . . between three water bougets as many ronndlets. 
No proofe made of these armes. 

I. ROBERT BUSHELL, of Whitby in com. Ebor., merchant. 
Will, 15 Apr. 1584, pr. at York 8 Sept. 1585 (vol. xxiii, 77), 
to be bur. in Wliitby church ; mar. Isabel (? Browne). WiU, 
3 Nov. 1595, pr. 1 Jan. 1601-2 (vol. xx^dii, 525), to be bur. 
in Whitby church. They had issue — 

Henry, eldest son, named in his mother's will ; 
married, and had issue — 

eorge. / jjg^^^g^ jjj ^^eir grandparents' %vills. 

Leonard (II). 

James, named in his mother's will ; ? bur. 15 June 1610, 
and admon. 17 Jan. 1610-11. 



DU(;i)ALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 509 

Nicholas.! 

Isabel, named in her father's will, mar. . . . Sparowes. 
Elizabeth, named in her father's will, mar. . . . 
Winteringham. 

II. LEONARD BUSH ELL, of Whitby, died in a' 1608 vel circa, 
bur. at Whitby, 24 Oct. 1610 ; mar. Jane, daughter of . . . 
Lambe, of Newcastle upon Tine, bur. at Whitby 10 Aug. 1629. 
They had issue — 

1. Richard (III). 

2. Leonard Bushell, of Limehouse in co. Middlesex. 

3. Henry Bushell, of Limehouse in co. Middlesex ; ? if 

mar. at Whitby 15 Sept. 1634 to Isabel Blenkhorne. 

4. Samuell Bushell, of Whitby in co. Eborii. 

5. Daniell Bushell, of Middleton in com. Ebor. ; ? mar. 

Alice Foster, at Kildale, He. 1629 there or Midleton. 

1. Elisabeth, ivife unto William Barnard, of Kingston upon 

Hull; mar. at Whitby, 26 Oct. 1612 (C.B.N.). 

2. Jane, wife of George Porter, of Warthall in com. Ebor. 

3. Ruthe, bp. at Whitby, 22 May 1608, ivife of WilPm 

Boyse, in Virginia. 
? Isabella, bp. at Whitby 23 Dec. 1610 (posthumous). 

III. RICHARD BV SHELL, of Whitby, died a" 1644 ; marr. Isabell, 
daughter of Robert Ellys, of Rudston in com. Eborum, at St. 
Cuthbert's, York, 4 Aug. 1618 (C.B.N.), bur. at ^¥hitby 
4 Mar. 1656-7. They had issue— 
Robert (IV). 

1. Euphemia, bp. at Whitby 28 Dec. 1625, wife of Will. 

Wood, of Galloway in Ireland. 

2. Isabell, bp. at Whitby 14 Feb. 1635-6, ivife of Robert 

Winge, of Skiplam in com. Eboru. 

3. Jane, bp. at Whitby 15 Mar. 1639-40, y' wife of John 

Rymer, of Whitby. 



IV. ROBERT BUSHELL, of Whitby, and Ruswai-p, wtat. 39 ann. 
28 Aug. a' 1665, a slupowner,^ bp. at Whitby 18 Apr. 1624, 
? bur. there 12 Nov. 1698. Will, 26 Sept. 1595 (vol. Ixii, 
219) ; mar. Isabell, daughter of William Wigginer, of Whitby 
in com. Ebor. They had issue — 

1 In Glover's Visitation, Nicholas Bushell married Dorothy, daughter of Sir 
Henry Cholmley, of Roxby. Nicholas Bushell was buried at Whitby 1 Nov. 
1632. It is presumed these particulars refer to the above Nicholas. They 
Beem to have had a son, Capt. Brown Bushell, who was busy at the sieges of 
Scarborough and was executed. 

* He had a son, Capt. Bushell, commanding a ship, the " Mary," under whom 
Bobert Fairfax served. (See " Life of Admiral Robert Fairfax .") 



510 



DUGDALES VISITATION OK YORKSHIRE. 



Leonard, cut. 10 ann. 28 Aug. 1663, bp. at Wliitby 
22 Jan. 1654-5. 

Mary, co-exix. of her father. 

Esther, mar. first Charles ThomUnson, of Whitby ; 
secondly, Admiral Eobert Fairfax, of Newton Kyme, 
20 Nov' 1694. They had issue. She was bp. 1 July 
1656, died 1735, bur. at St. Mar}', BishophiU, York. 
(See Markham's Life of Admiral Robert Fairfax.) 



OSGODCROSSE WAPENTAKE. 



Pontefract, 7 Aug. 1665. 

of 
dLastUfoiD. 



Arms : — Sable, a bend between six crosses botonfie, fitohee Argent. 
Cbest : — A sea-horse's head couped Argent, gorged with two bajs Gules, in the 
annulet of the first. 



I. HUGH LAKE, of Castleford in com. Ebor., died a' 44 Eliz., 
? admon. at York 8 Dec. 1602 ; mar. Jane, daughter to . . . 
Pilkington, of Stanley in com. Ebor. They had issue — 

II. THOMAS LAKE, of Castleford, a" 44 Eliz.; mar. Anne, 
daughter to Thomas Shilittoe, of Whitwood in co. Ebor., at 
Castleford, 28 Jan. 1605 (Transcript, York). They had issue- 
Ill. THOMAS LAKE, died in a' 1660 ; mar. Margaret, daughter 
of William Hustler, of Kennington in com. Ebor. They had 




John (IV). 
Thomas, died 



the lifetime of his father. 



JOHN LAKE, of Castleford, wtatis 29 an. 7 Aug. 1665 ; mar. 
Margaret, daughter to Peter Swyfte, of Pontefract in com. 
Eboruni. They had issue — 

John, at. 3 ann. 7 Aug. 1665. 

Peter, oBt. 3 mens. 




DUGDALe's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 511 

Hang East Wapentake. Richmund, 19° Aug. 1665. 



labile 

of 

ISirkbji-Jleetljam. 



Arms : — Or, on a fess between four fleurs-de-lis Gules, two fleurs-de-lis of the 

field. 
Ceest : — A cubit ;irm erect, the hand holding a fleur-de-lis, all Or. 

I. ROBERT DAVILE, borne at Cuckivould (Coxwold) in com. 
Ebor., being a younger sonne of that family, became a Merchant 
in Newcastle upon Tine ; mar. . . . daughter of . . . Horsley, 
of . . . in com. Northumbr. They had issue — 

II. HENRY DAVILE, of Kirlby Fletham in com. Ebor., died in 
a' 1646 I'd circa ; mar. Elizabeth, daughter of . . . Langley, 
of Fletham, com. Ebor. They had issue — 

1. Thomas (III). 

2. Richard Davile, of Fletham. 

Grace, wife of Sayth Agard, of Stockton neere Yorke. 

III. THOMAS DAVILE, of Kirkhy Fletham in co. Ebor., gent., 
died in a" 1648 ; mar. Elizabeth, daugh. of Thomas Perkinson, 
of Burneston in co. Ebor. They had issue — 

Christopher Davile, of Kirkby-Fletham ; mar. Dorothy, 

da. of Henry Tenant, of Scotton, in co. Ebor. 
Thomas (IV). 

IV. THOMAS DAVILE, of Kirkby-Flethan, atat. 40 an. 19" Aug. 
1665 ; mar. Anne, daughter of Edivard Caley, of Brumpton in 
Pickering Lithe in co. Ebor., bp. at Brompton 6 Sept. 1618. 
They had issue — 

1. Thomas (V). 

2. William. 

3. Henry. 

1. Elizabeth. (There is a lie. 1670 between Thos. Sproxton, 

of York, and Ehza Davile, of Kirby-Fletham, she 20.) 

2. Hesther. 

V. THOMAS DAVILE, wt. 17 an. 19 Aug. a' 1665. 



512 DUCJDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 

Gii.r.iNG Wkst Wapentake. Richmund, 21 Aug. 1665. 



of 

.^tarford. 



on a fess Azure three lozenges Or, a 
md 3, six annulets Or, three, two and one, 




Arms:— Quarterly, 1 and -t. Argec 
crescent for difference. 5 
a crescent for difference. 



I. BASILL FEILDING, of Neivnham in co. Wan, Esq'' ; mar. 
Godiih, daughter and coheire of WiWrn Willington, of Bar- 
cheston. Esq''. They had issue — 

II. EVERARD FEILDING, 2'^ son. He had issue— 

1. Basill Feilding, of Copston, in com. Warr. 

2. William (III). 

III. WILLIAM FEILDING, Secretary to the Lord Scroope ivhen 

he was L'' Warden of y' West Marches, purchased lands in 
Startforth ; mar. Anne, daughter of James Thicaytes, of Mar- 
ston in co. Ebor. They had issue — 

IV. ISRAELL FEILDING, of Starford (Startforth). in com. 

Ebor., died in a" 1644, purchased lands 10 Jas. I ; inar. Frances, 
daughter and coheire of Simon Musgrave, of Plumpton in co. 
Ciimbr., fourth wife. They had issue — 

1. Wiirm (V). 

2. Israeli. 

3. Basill. 

4. Philip, adm. St. John's Coll., Camb., 13 June 1657, 

aet. past 17. 

1. Catherine, third wife of Christopher Sanderson, of 

Eggleston, she died 8 Apr. 1687, bur. at Eggleston 
(" The Genealogist," N.S., vol. xxii, p. 77). 

2. Atme. 

3. Frances, wife of Wiirm Feilding, a younger son to S' Roger 

Feilding, of Barnade in co. Warr., K'. 



DUG dale's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 513 

V. WILL'M FEILDING, of Starford, cct. 40 arm. 21 Aug. a" 1665, 
will, 31 July 1704, pr. 4 Nov. 1708 ; mar. Susan, daughter of 
S'' Roger Feilding, of Barnacle, in co. Warr, Kn', ? bur. at 
Startforth 23 Jan. 1699-1700 (reg.). They had issue— 
Israeli (VI). 

1. Frances. ") 

2. Elizabeth. > Died unmarried. 

3. Susanna. ) 

4. Catherine, died unm., ? bur. at Startforth, 19 Dec. 1698. 

5. Godith, Living 1708, co-executrix of her father's wiU, 

which she renounced. 

6. Bridget, mar. WilUam Sanderson, of Egleston (Harrison). 
1 Wilham, bur. at Startforth 17 Feb. 1695-6 (reg.). 

VI. ISRAELL FEILDING, of Startforth, at. 10 an. 21 Aug. 1665, 
at St. James's Palace, 1702, exor. of his father's will ; mar. 
Margeiy . . . They had issue — 

WilUam Feilding, Esq., of Startforth, who according 

to Harrison sold lands in Startforth to Sir Hugh 

Smithson, and had a son George who also sold lands 

to Wm. Hutchinson. 

George (VII). 

Anne, died 30 May 1779, set. 86, bur. in Durham Cath. 

Yd. M.I. 
Martha, died May 1779, bur. in Durham Cath. Yd. 

M.I. 
Charlotte, died 18 Apr. 1800, set. 96, bur. in Durham 
Cath. Yd. M.I. 

VII. GEORGE FEILDING, Esq., of Durham ; mar. at St. Oswald's, 
Durham, 25 Oct. 1744, Matilda Swainston, wid. They had 
issue — 

George, bp. at St. Oswald's. 

WiUiam Augustine. 

Anne Matilda, died 1 Dec. 1825, set. 77, bur. in 

Durham Cath. Yd. M.I. 
Elizabeth Eleanor, died 6 Mar. 1842, set. 81, bur. in 
Durham Cath. Yd. M.I. 



Authorities — ^Harrison's Yorkshire, p. 392 ; Startforth Registers ; 
Gibbons' Northern Genealogist. 



514 DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 

Stbaffobd and Tickhill Wapentake. Sotheram, 16 Sept. 1665. 




Norton 
of 

antt Mralljljousf. 



Arms : — Argent, three ravens Sable, within a bordure Azure. 

WILLELMVS BE MORTON, vixit tempore H. 3 et E. 1 cui 
Thomas FiirnivaU dedit terras. He had issue — 

JOHANNES DE MORTON, a" 1320. He had issue— 

WILLELMVS DE MORTON, a" 1328. He had issue— 
Willidmus. 

Adam de Morton de Westmonhalgh 25 E. 3 a" 1348 (sic) ; 
mar. . . . They had issue — 

Willidmus filius Ada 1390. 
Johannes, filius Adw de Morton, a" 1387. 
Thomas de Morton, de Westmonhalgh, 25 E. 3 a" 1348 
(sic) ; mar. Isabdla, filia Thomw Moldidiff, vidua 
1402, et 1348 (sic). They had issue— 
Willielmus Morton, a" 1400. 
Cecilia, a" 1400, cui pater dedit terras pro vitd. 

WILLIELMUS DE MORTON, primogenitus, a' 1328. He 
had issue — 

WILLIELMUS DE MORTON. He had issue— 

THOMAS DE MORTON, 1390 ; mar. Amicia, rdicta a' 8 H. 4, 
1406 mar. Thomas WodelJcer, maritus secundum. They had 
issue — 



WILLIELMUS DE MORTON, 6 H. 4 (1404-5) ; mnr. Agnes, 
filia ThomcB {filii Nicholai) Attecrof de Birley. They had 



DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 515 

WILLIELMUS DE MORTON, circa finem H. 6 ul patet per 
Rotidum Curiw de Sheffield, fil. WiWrni Senioris, vixit 33 H. g 
(1454-5). He had issue— 

JOHANNES MORTON, a" 15 E. 4 (1475-6). He had issue— 

THOMAS MORTON, filius Johannis, vd Jenkin, vixit 22 H. 8 
(1530-1) et 2 E. 6 (1548-9). He had issue— 
Richardus (see below). 
Robertus, filius Junior a" 14 Eliz. Reginm (1571-2). 

The above is copied exactly, but it is impossible to deal -with it, 
even Mr. Hunter did not trv. 



I. RICHARD MORETON, of Spouthouse in the parish of Brad- 
feild in com. Eborum (temp. Eliz.) ; mar. . . . They had 



II. NICHOLAS MORETON, of Spouthouse, died circa ann. 
1630, bur. 15 July 1630 at Bradfield. Will, 12 June 1630, 
pr. at York 23 Feb. 1630-1 (vol. xU, 317) ; mar. Gertrude, 
daughter of Raufe Ward, of Morehall in com. Ebor. 18 Nov. 
1574. They had issue — 

1. Francis (III). 

2. Thomas Moreton, of Thome House in com. Ebor. (See 

Second Line, A.) 

1. Anne, wife of John Scott, of Thurston (Thurlstone) 

in CO. Ebor. 

2. Dina, wife of Rauf Lee, of Greenaforth in com. Ebor. 

III. FRANCIS MORETON, of Spouthouse, died in a' 1654, bp. 

21 Aug. 1575, bur. 22 Feb. 1651-2 at Bradfield ; mar. Anne, 
daughter of John Slater (? Walker — Hunter), of Hunshelfe 
in com. Ebor. They had issue — 
Francis (IV). 

1. Gartrude, now wife of Edward Ratdiffe, of Thriber in 

com. Ebor., and widow of Thomas Sotterthwayt, of 
Grasebrooke in com. Ebor. 

2. Anne, bp. 22 Apr. 1610, he. 1636 at Bradfield, wife of 

William West, of Round-green in com. Ebor. 

3. Mary, wife of John Drew, of Rotheram in com. Ebor. 
Helen (Hunter). 

IV. FRANCIS MORETON, of Spout-house, wt. 50 ann. 16 Sept. 

1665, bp. 21 Sept. 1614 at Bradfield, entered his pedigree; 
mar. Mary, daughter of Will. Revell, of Dungworth in com. 
Ebor., he. 1636 at Bradfield. They had issue— 



516 dugdale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

1. Thomas (V). 

2. Nicolas, celatis 12 ann., died s.p., bur. 20 May 1725. 

3. Francis, cut. 10 ann., an apothecary of Gainsborough. 

4. Joseph, ai. S ayin., clerk to Justice Bosvile. 

1. Anne, died unm. Admon. 5 Feb. 1677. 

2. Mary, mar. . . . Revel. 

3. Elizabeth, died unmar. 

4. Sarah, mar. Richard Morton, of Oughtibridge Hall. 

5. Martha, mar. James Ronksley, of Riveling Side. 

V. THOMAS MORETON, of Sheffield, M' of Arts, mtatis 26 ann. 
16 Sept. 1665, adm. St. John's Coll., Camb., 21 May 1657, 
left a dole to Bradfield, died 29 Nov. 1675. M.I. at Dronfield, 
set. 36 ; mar. Dorothy, dau. of Thomas Wright, of Unthank, 
Dronfield, bur. 23 Sept. 1708 at Dronfield. They had issue- 
Dorothy, only. dau. and heir, mar. John Wingfield, of 
Wirksworth, gent. (Hunter's " Hallamshire," p. 
470.) 

SECOND LINE. 

A. THOMAS MORTON, of Thornton house, neer Spouthoiise in 

com. Ebor. (2d son of Nicholas Morton, of Spouthouse and 
Geitrude Ward) ; mar. Ellen, daughter of . . . Eyre, 1 wife. 
They had issue — 

Thomas. 

Nicholas. 

Gertrude. 

Mary. 

Dorothy. 
Mar. Dorothy, daughter of . . . Barker, 2 wife. They had 
issue — 

Francis (B). 

George. 

Thomas. 

Grace. 

B. FRANCIS MORTON, of Wrath-house, in co. Ebor.; mar. 

7 Jan. 1661-2 at Penistone (C.B.N.) Grace, eldest daughter 
and coheire of Richard Cudivorth, of East field in com. Ebor., 
relict of WilFm Wadsivorth (Words-n-orth). "Will. 15 Mar. 
1685. 

Authorities : — Hunter's " Famihse Minorum Gentium," Hallamshire 
Wills, and Registers. 



DUUDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 517 

BARKE'iTOX ASHF Wapentakf. Pontfraot, 8 Aug. 1665. 




lockup 



of 



atlmrpt- KllLnigbbg. 



Arms : — Gules, a bend Argent, cotised Or, between two covered cups of the second. 
Chest : — A dove, wings displayed Argent, in her beak an oak-branch slipped 
Vert. 
No proofe made of these armes. 



I. LANCELOT POCKLEY, of Burton Agnes, in the 
York. He had issue — 



mty of 



II. LANCELOT POCKLEY, of Burton Agnes, died circa annum 
1645; mar. Jane, daughter of John Pearson, of . . . near 
Kirliby Moreside in com. Ebor. They had issue — 

1. John (III). 

2. Richard PocMey. 

3. Matheiv PocMey. 

1. Jane, wife of Peter Rudston, of Carnaby in com. Ebor. 

2. Margaret, wife unto Mathew Taylor. 

III. JOHN POCKLEY, of Burton Agnes, died in a' 1657, vel circa : 

mar. Helen, daughter of Robert Taylor, of Creme (Crambe) in 
CO. Ebor. They had issue — 
John (IV). 

1. Anne, wife of Jeremy Smith, of Hemingbrough in com. 

Ebor., K'., a sea captain of renown, who was bur 
there 20 Nov. 1675.1 

2. Ellen, wife of Edward Thorpe, of Colton in com. Eborum 

3. Alice, wife of Henry Mese, of Skerne in com. Ebor. 

IV. JOHN POCKLEY, of Thorpe-Willoughby in co. Ebor., cet. 40 

an. 8 Aug. 1665. WiU, 19 Sept. 1679, pr. 2 Apr. 1680 (vol. 
Iviii, 14) ; mar. ? Marj' Morton, lie. 1665 at Brayton or Carlton 
near Snaith. 



See Eaines' " Hemingborough " (Yorks Arch. Soc). 



518 DUGD ale's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

BuLMER Wapentake. Yorke, 9° Sept. 1665 



^niDamarc 




C^bfrton. 



IMS : — Gules, three stirrups leathered and buckled Or, In chief a cinquefoil 
Argent. 

I. LEWIS SCUDAMORE. of Salisbury, co. Monmouth ; mar. 
Elizabeth, dau. of William Llewellyn, of Ne\\-poit, co. Mon- 
mouth. They had issue — 

Thomas (II). 

Catherine. ') 

Blanche. > Glover's Visitation, 573. 

Margaret. ) 

II. THOMAS SCUDAMORE, of Overton in com. Ebor., died in 
Aprill a" 1621, bur. at Overton 23 Apr. 1621. Admon. York, 
10 May 1621 ; mar. Mary, daughter to John Jenh'ns, of the 
Citty of YorJce, Esq'', at Holy Trinity, Goodramgate, York, 
15 Dec. 1585 (reg.). They had issue— 

1. Wiirm (III). 

2. John Scndamore, of BitrslaUgarth in com. Ebor., bp. 

at Goodramgate, 27 June 1590 ; mar. at Belfreys, 
York, 17 June 1620 (reg.), Anne, dau. of William 
Bourchier, of Beningborough. They had issue — 

John, bp. at Overton, 4 Julv 1624. 

Thomas, bp. at Overton, 8 Feb. 1630-1. 

John, bp. at Overton, 17 June 1635, ? bur. 
there 10 Sept. 1636. 

Samuel, bp. at Overton, 20 Jan. 1636-7. 

Moses, bp. at Overton, 12 Sept. 1638. 

3. Francis, ob. sine prole, bp. at Goodramgate, 4 Feb. 

1591-2, bur. at Overton 7 Sept. 1596. 

4. Hugh Scudamore, Sector of Holtby in com. Ebor., bp. 

at Goodramgate, 17 Jan. 1593-4. (See " Scudamore 
of Leeds," " The Genealogist," N.S., xxiv, 207.) 

5. Thomas, ob. sine prole, bp. at Goodramgate, 19 Feb. 

1595-6, ? of Kilnsea in Holderness. 



DUQDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



519 



6. Edivard, oh. sim prole, bur. at Goodramsjate, 21 Feb. 

1619-20. 

7. Richard, bp. at Overton, 12 Oct. 1598. 

1. Jane, wife of Charles Menill, of Hornby in co. Ebor., 

Esq. 

2. Eliz., wife of William Manby, of Hutton Cranswike, in 

CO : Ebr., Lie. 1625 at St. Olave's or Goodramgate. 
Richard, bp. at Overton, 9 Sept. 1601. 
Henry, bap. at Overton 12 June 1606. 
Rowland, bur. at Overton 14 Julv 16.31. Will, 4 July, 

pr. 15 July 1631 (vol. xli. 471). 
Jenkyn, bp. at Overton, 10 Oct. 1608. 
George. 
Philip, died s.p., bur. at Overton 3 May 1603. 

III. WILL'M SCUDAMORE, of Overton, adm. Gray's Inn 21 Nov. 
1608, died 4 Apr. 1661, bur. there 6 Apr. 1661 ; tnar. Eliz., 
2'^ daiu/h. of Will. Bourchier, of Beningbrough-grange in co. 
Ebor., Esq., ? bur. at Oveiton, 15 Mar. 1671-2. They had 
issue — 

1. Thomas (IV). 

2. William Scudamore, of Beningborough-grange, bur. at 

Overton, 27 Jan. 1685-6. 

3. Henry Scudamore, of Shipton, bp. at Overton 30 Apr. 

1622, bur. there 7 July 1686. WiU, 5 July 1686 
(vacancy). 
Man/, ? bp. at Overton 15 Nov. 1619, bur. there 9 June 
1670. 

IV. THOMAS SCUD.IMORE, of Overton, cet. 49 ann. 9" Sept. 
a' 1665, ? bur. at Overton 4 Jan. 1672-3 (Archb. Transcripts). 



Wilton Beacon. 



Pocklington, 7 Sept. 1665. 





^ 




w 




w 


\ 


4> 


7 



f rirbt 

of 

AlUrtborpB. 

Arms : — Or, on a cross Azure, quarter-pierced of the field, four masoles of the first. 



520 DUGDALE's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 

I. MARMADUKE PRICKET, a younger son to . . . PricM. of 
Nateland in com. Westmerl'^ ; mar. . . . They had issue — 

II. ROBERT PRICKET, of Everingham in com. Ebor. (yeoman), 
died in Queene Eliz. time. Will, 6 Nov. pr. 26 Nov. 1602 
(vol. xxviii, 808) ; mar. Margaret, daughter of Hugh Hindsley 
of Woodhouse, in the parish of Sutton in com. Ebor., lie. 1598 
at Seaton (lemar. George Escrigg, of Beighton, lie. 1604 at 
Bubwith). They had issue — 

III. MARMADUKE PRICKET, of Allerthorpe (par. of Thornton, 
E.R.), in com. Ebor., died in a" 1652, bur. 2 Nov. at Allerthorpe 
(C.B.N.). Will, i;:3 Sept. 1652, pr. at London 25 May 1655 
(Aylett, 12) ; mar. Barbara, daughter of John Bew, of the Citty 
of Yorke, bur. 7 June 1664 at Pocklington. Will, 17 Oct. 
1663, pr. at York (vol. xlvi, 315). They had issue— 

1. Josias (IV). 

2. Robert Pricket, of Wressle in com. Eborum, Esq""., bp. 

13 Oct. 1630 (C.B.N.), bur. 7 Mar. 1701-2 at Pock- 
lington ; mar. 8 May 1654 at North Dalton, Mary, 
daughter of Marmaduke Lord Langdale, bur. 6 Sept. 
1678 at Pocklington. M.I. They had issue— 

1. Barbara, at. 9 arm. 7 Sept. a" 1665 ; mar. 

13 Dec. 1679 at St. Michael's, York, Richard 
Lowther, M.P. 

2. Lenox, a daughter, cct. 8 ami. 7 Sept a" 1665, 
bur. 17 Nov. 1673, at Pocklington. M.I. 

i Pricket, of York, adm. Gray's Inn 15 June 1656, 
serjeant-at-law, exor. of his mother, bur. 10 Apr. 
1700 at Cone}- Street, York ; mar. Rebecca, dau. 
and coh. of Leonard Thompson, of York, 18 Oct. 
1665, at Bishophill elder. They had issue — 

1. Leonard, bp. 27 Feb. 1667-8 at Coney Street, 
bur. 30 Jan. 1672-3 at St. Michael's, York. 

2. Marmaduke, bp. 7 June 1670 at Coney Street, 
adm. Gray's Inn 6 July 1688, Recorder of 
York, bur. 3 Mar. 1712-3 at Coney Street. 

i. Robert, bp. at St. Michael's, York, 20 Apr. 1681. 
4. George, bp. 5 May 1687 at Coney Street; 
of London, merchant ; mar. Dorothy, dau. 
Francis Langley, of York. They had issue — 
Marmaduke, M.D., died unmar. 1753. 
Frances ; mar. 21 Aug. 1699, at York Minster, 
William Stainforth, of Simonbourne, co. 
Northumb. 
Barbara, died inf. 
Mar}% b. 1676. 

Lenox, b. 1681, twin with Robert. 
Tabitha, mar. 13 Dec. 1719, at York Mnster, 
William Baynes, Esq., of Kilburn. 



DUGDALE S VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



521 



IV. JOSIAS PRICKET, of Allerthorpe, wtatis 39 an. 7 Seft. 
1665, bp. 31 July 1625, bur. at Sutton Derwent 4 Feb. 1707-8 
(C.B.N.) ; mar. Marij, daughter of S"" Thomas Remington, of 
Lund, in com. Ebor., Kn'. there, 14 June 1660. They had 

Marmaduhe, cetatis 3 ann. 7 Sept. a° 1665, bp. at AUer- 

thorpe 4 June 1662 (C.B.N.). 
Josias, bp. at AUerthoi-pe 5 Mar. 16G6, died unm. 1703. 
Thomas (V). 
Manj, bp. 9 Feb. 1663-4, bur. at Pockhngton 13 Sept. 

1699. 
Hannah, bp. 14 Nov. 1669. 
Rosamond, bp. 30 Nov. 1671. 

V. Rev. THOMAS PRICKETT, Vicar of Kilham, bp. 17 Aug. 

1668, died 18 Mar. 1741-2 ; mar. Lucy Baines, of Ripon. 
From them descend large families at Kilham, BridUngton, and Octon 
Lodge. See Burke's " Commoners," iii, 624. 



OSGODCEOSSE WAPENTAKE. 



Yorke. 20° Mart. 1665. 




af 
^totinflilf. 



Abm9 : — Gules, on a bend Argent, three leopards' faces Vert. 

I. JOHN STEPHENSON, of Swynfleie in com. Ebor.; mar. 

. . ., daughter of . . . Sympson, of Swynflete in com. Ebor. 
They had issue — 

II. JOHN STEPHENSON, of Swynflete, dyed in a' 1632 or 
thereabouts ; mar. Mary, daughter of Stephen Skelton, of Usflete 
in com. Ebor. They had issue — 

1. John Stephenson, of Swynflete, dyed in anno 1652 or 

thereabouts; mar. . . . They had issue — 

Dorothy, sole daughtei and heire, wife of 
Leonard Stables, an Alderman in Pontefract 
in com. Ebor. 

2. Thomas (III). 

3. Nicholas, died unmarried. 



52f 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



THOMAS STEPHENSON, of Sivynflete, mt. 54 annoru 
20' Marlij 1665 ; mar. Dorothy, daughter of Gerard Drury, 
of Adlingflete in com. Eborum. They had issue — 

1. John Stephenson, wt. 21 ann. 20 Mart. 1665. 

2. Nicholas. 

1. Dorothy, wife of Joseph Houorth, of Rawdiffe in com. 

Ebor. 

2. Mary. 

3. Elizabeth. 

4. Sarah. 



YORKE CiTTY. 




Caulor 
of 



Arms : — Argent, on a pale Sable, three lions passant of the field. 
Crest : — An ounce passant proper, resting the dexter paw on a shield of the 
arms. 

I. JOHN TAYLOR, of Bickerton in co. Civit. Ebor. He had 
Issue — 

1. Stephen (II). 

2. John Taylor, of Bicherton in com. Civit. Ebor. Will, 

25 Oct., pr. 19 Dec. 1639 (unregistered) ; ? mar. 
Maiy . . . 

1. Dulcibell, wife of John Eclton, of Appleby in co. West- 

merl'^. 

2. Elizabeth, icife of Robert Traps, of Nid in com. Ebor. 

II. STEPHEN TAYLOR, of Bickerton; mar. Dulcibell, daughter 
of William Grimston, of Newport in the Isle of Wight. They 
had issue — 

1. John Taylor, Envoy for his Ma"' King Charles the 

first to the Emperour Ferdinando at Vienna. 

2. Stephen (III). 

3. Francis Taylor, Almoner to the Empero'' at Vienna, 

died in Sept. 1665. 



DUOUALE'S visitation of YORKSHIRE. 



523 



STEPHEN TAYLOR, D" in PMsick and now resident in y' 
Cittij of Yorke, at. 58 an. 22 Martij, o" 1666, bur. at St. Martin's, 
Coney Street, York, 3 July 1678 ; mar. Olive, daughter of 
William Wombwell, of Wombwell in com. Ebor., Esq''. They 
had issue — 

Stephen, act. 19 ami. 22 Martij, 1665. 

1. Mary. 

2. Olive. 

3. Elizabeth. 



EwBOEOssE Wapentake. 



Skipton, 17 Aug. 




uf 
iilftoilli-lfaD. 



Arms : — (Sa.) a thigh bone, surmounted of another in pale (Arg.). 
The proofe respited, but nothing done. 

I. RAPHE BA YNES, of Mewith head, par. of Bentham, in com. 
Ebor., gent. ; mar. Margaret, daughter of . . . Giggleswike, of 
. . . in com. Ebor. They had issue — 

1. Robert (II). 

2. William Baynes. 

3. Raphe Baynes. 

II. ROBERT BAYNES, cet. 37 ann. 17 Aug. 1665, ? adm. Gray's 
Inn 2 Feb. 1641-2 ; mar. Anne, daughter of WilVm Nowdl, of 
Merelay in co. Lane. They had issue — 

1. William (III). 

2. Thomas. 
Anne. 

III. WILLIAM BAYNES, gent., of Mewdth Head, wt. 9 ann. 
17 Aug. 1665 ; mar. and had issue — 

? Ralph, adm. Gray's Inn, 8 Nov. 1695. 
N.B. — John Baynes, only son of WiUiam Baynes, Esq., of Steeton 
Hall, eldest son of Ralph Baynes, Esq., of Mewith Head Hall, died 
3 Jan. 1800, st. 64. M.I. at Skipton. 



525 



ADDENDA ET CORRIGENDA. 



p. 12. Tindall. The arms entered in Dngdale are vnong. They belong to 
the Tindalls of Hackwold, co. Norfolk. Mr. Pretyman sends the 
following additions : — 

p. 13. II. Gerva.se, fifth son, assumed the name of CHfton and was Master of 
Grantham School. 

III. John was of Knottingley, after of BrotUerton. On 13 Nov. 1545 
he and Joan his wife and Peter his son took lease of the parsonage 
of Brotherton. Admon. 10 Mar. 1562. Elizabeth Hamond and 
Frances Holmes ought to be his children, not of Peter his son. 

IV. William T., died intest. Admon. to his wife Elizabeth 12 Oct 1568 

V. John T. died circa 1591. 

VI. Francis T., Admon. 1657, not 1637. His son George apprenticed 
to Skinners' Company 8 Apr. 1635, Uving at Brotherton 1676. 

p. 14. VII. Henry T. Mar. sett. 1636 : secondlj, Bridget Aston. Her will 

7, pr. 13 Nov. 1685 (P.C.C. Cann 143). 
p. IS. III. Watkinson Payler, mar. lie. 1629 at Scrayingham, remar. John 

Hotham, Esq., of Scorboroiigh, lie. 1636. 
p. 16. V. Alathea, bur. at St. Giles in the I'ields 4 Oct. 1710, aet. 15. There 

was a son, Watkinson, bur. there 19 Nov. 1696. 
p. 17. 111. Elizabeth, dau. of Sir R. Graham, remar. 18 May 1704 Nicholas 

Burton, clerk, and bur. at St. Mary-le-Bow, Durham, 3 Nov. 1744. 
p. 18. Sir R. Graham's wiU, 29 Nov. 1726, pr. at York 17 Jan. 1728-9. His 

son Richard's will, 9 Sept. 1745, pr. 30 Apr. 1746. The latter's wife was 

bur. at Goodramgate 12 Feb. 1763 (reg.). 
p. 32. A. Grace, dau. of Richard Broadley, she bp. at Halifax 29 Sept. 1583. 
p. 40. Lie. 1673. Englebert L. N. Milford and Mary Fletcher, Towton, at 

Saxton or Kirkby Wharf. 
p. 55. II. For 17th read 15th (reg.). 
p. 56. III. 2. Dorothy, mar. at Gtoodramgate 30 July 1663, Thomas Lasenbj 

(reg.). 
p. 67. Vlll. Will of Charles Yarburgh, 24 Jan. 1785, pr. 22 Aug. 1787. 
p. 68. I. Mar. lie. Thomas Yarburgh and Mary Watson, 1684. 
p. 69. I. Mar. lie. Edmund Yarburgh and Eliza Stanhope, 1664. 
p. 71. Probably John, not William, Atherton, and Anne Pennyman would be 

granddaughter of Katherine Conyers. 
p. 84. X. Thomas Metham, oorn circa 1505, joined in the Pilgrimage of Grace, 

died vi. pa. 8 Aug. 1537. Inq. P.M. 20 Oct. 1537. 
p. 86. Colonel Saltmarshe says George Metham (XIV) had another son Francis 

who is the Francis of Drewton, next page. 
p. 87. XV. Transfer Francis of Drewton to previous page. This Francis was 

living 1715, legatee in his father's will, died s.p. There is a long 

account of this family in " East Riding Transactions," vol. xiv, by 

Colonel Saltmarshe. 
p. 89. IV. Admon. 22 Sept. 1669 of Francis Moyser, gent., Beverley, to 

Margaret, widow. 
p. 90. Ill, I and II. These descents are taken from Glover's Visitation, but 

the Inquisitions are different. 
4 Nov. 2 Hen. VII (1495). Robert WyveU died 5 Aug. last, and William 

is brother and heir, 30 years. 
12 Aug. 13 Hen. VIII (1521). William WyvU died 22 May, and John is 

son and heir, 31 years, and Matilda, dau. of John Lepton, was wife of 
said John. Osgodby, etc. 



526 dugdale's visitation of Yorkshire. 

p. 92. VI. 5Iar. lie. 1665. Jolin Wyvell and Susanna Cobb, sp., Beverley. 
p. 95. Mrs. Tempest sends the following registers from Carleton in Craven : — 
IV. Christopher F. and Jane, wife, mar. 31 Avig. 1538. They had 
Anthony bp. 1539. bur. 1539-40 ; WilUam, and daughters 
Anne, Jane, Elizabeth, Margaret. 
V. VVUliam F., bp 5 Feb. 1541-2, bur. 25 Sept. 1601 : Elizabeth, 
wife, bur. 15 Mar. 1614-5. 
p. 96. VI. Thomas F., gent., bur. 21 Aug. 1627 ; Mary, wife, bur. 19Nov. 

1607. Eleanor, dau. of Thomas F., bp. 20 May 1597. She 
could not be wife of Thomas Heber, whose mar. lie. is 1593. 
Ann F. and John Dent mar. 9 June 1627. 
p. 97. VIII. Mar. lie. 1693, Richard Jackson, Kildwiek, and Barbara Ferrand, 

sp., Bradley. 
p. 98. IV. Studley, not BraceweU. (Mrs. Tempest.) 
p. 99. VI. Margaret mar. William Newby, and Isabella mar Dyneley 

(Cohnan's " Barwick "). 
„ Vin. John Gascoigne bought ParUngton. 
p. 115. VIII. Gustavus mar. at Goodramgate, 25 May 1703 (reg.). 
p. 121. VII. Mar. lie. William Home and Sarah Sykes. 1636; query if he mar. 

secondly Elizabeth Killingbeck, of Whitkirk. sp., 1642. 
p. 128. III. Mar. lie. 1696. Joseph Sowray, clerk, and Catherine Hardwick, 

sp. York, at Bishophill Senior. 
p. Ml. V. Qmry Admon. John Anlaby, 24 Dec. 1661, to son Thomas (Harthill 

Act Book). 
p. 142. line 3. Matthew Anlaby, of Neswick, mar. Hester Lamplugh, wid., at 

Trinity Church, Goodramgate, 11 Mar. 1675. 
p. 146. B. Will of Nicholas Chaytor, Esq., 8 Feb., pr. at York 20 Mar. 1665-6 

(vol. xlvii, p. 396). 
p. 151. Alathea T. mar. Hy. Tempest 4 Jan. 1681-2. He died 17 Nov. 1685. 

Her wUl in Jan. 1742-3, pr. 29 July 1746. 
p. 152. A. Francis, son of Edward Thompson (A), bought the manor of Baildon ; 

he mar. Mary Ann, or Nancy, dau. of Rev. Joseph Scatcherd, Vicar 

of Alne. Their only daughter, Anna Jane, mar. Paul Meyer, circa 

1760, and died s.p. She left the property to her half-brother, William 

Meeke, son of her mother Nancy, who had remarried William Meeke. 

For a full account see Baildon's " Baildon Family," vol. i, p. 423. 
p. 163. VII. Frances Dolman mar. John Killingbeck, lie. 1698. 
p. 170. IV. Admon. of Richard Robinson, of Thicket, 5 Nov. 1679, to wife Jane, 

whose will was pr. 20 Feb. 1695. 
„ II. Richard, son of Richard, mentions in his will, 1702, niece Rebecca 

Blackbeard, sisters Jane Sowle, Elizabeth Taylor. 
p. 198. II. 2. •'. James Smith bp. 16 Mar. 1627-8, bur. 22 Feb. 1648-9 (reg.). 
p. 199. II. WiU of Bryan Cooke, 25 Dec. 1653, pr. in London 31 Jan. (Alchin, 

374). 
p. 204. Vin. Mar. lie. 1679. Thomas Cower, Hutton Cranswick, and Frances 

Constable, at AH Saints or Trmity, Micklegate, York. 
p. 207. A. Joshua Horton is said to have married firstly Isabel who 

was buried 4 Nov. 1651 at Sowerby Bridge. 
p. 234. IV. Will of Joseph, son of Samuel Greenwood, 1 Jan. 1727-8, pr. 14 June 

1729. 
p. 246. A. Mar. lie. 1625. Henry Grym^tone, clerk. Vicar of Sherburn. 
p. 248. V. BetheU Himter bur. 22 Nov. 1660. 
p. 251. IV. JIuch of this pedigree was taken from Walbran's "Gainford," 

p. 56, but there must be a generation missing as Charles (IV) could 

not have been baptised 1656, and had a daughter Bridget born 1730. 

It would seem that the following is a more likely descent ; — 

III. JOHN HEADLA3I had by Margaret Lister- 
Others. 

4. Charles, ? bp. at Catton, 23 Mar. 1656. 
Richard (IV). 

Others. 



ADDENDA ET CORRIGENDA. 527 

IV. RICHARD HEADLAM, bp. at Catton 19 Oct. 1664, born at 
Kcxby, ed. at Pocklington School, adm. to St. John's, Camb., 
26 May 1682, aet. 17. Fellow of St: John's, presented by 
the College, 9 Apr. 1698, to the living of North Stoke, co. 
Oxon, died 1730 ; mar. Susanna .... (lie. 1698, Richard 
H., clerk, and Susanna Fairfax, wid., at St. Olave's). They 
had issue — 
Charles (V). 

p. 251. v., not IV., and delete bp. at Catton 23 May 1656. Add. WiU, 5 Deo. 

1741, pr. .May 1750. 
p. 267. V. Will of Roger Lee, 9 July 1742, pr. 15 July 1743, to be bur. at Ayton, 

children James and Elinor. 
p. 273. III. 3. delete ? 
p. 284. VIII. Thomas Metcalfe mar. firstly Faith, dau. of Thomas Acolom, 

wid. of Sir Mark Milbank, d. s.p. 31 Apr. 1689. M.I. St. Olave's, 

York. (C4.E.C.) For Darby read Darley of Bishop WUton. 
p. 293. F. Sir Brian, bur. at Otley 25 May 1654 (reg.). 
p. 296. XI. 2 Mar. lie. 1609. James C. and Jlarj Bell. 
p. 298. XV. Lady Everilda bur. at Brompton 1 May 1753. 

XVI. for 17 , read 1765. 
p. 318. in. Mar. Lie. 1605. John, son cf Nicholas Gower, of Stainsby, gent., 

and Mary, dau. of Robert Yoward, gent., deed, at Stonegrave. Mar. 

lie. 1595, Richard Wandesford, gent., and Meriol Yoward, of Newton, 

par. of Stonegrave. 
p. 336. C. Mary Catherine, for 1737 read 1739 (reg.). 
p. 339. II. i. for Sittington read Pittington. 
p. 3SS. IV. For Sawood read Cawood. 
V. For Mansard read Hansard. 
p. 360. I. Sir WiUiam Franke heads the ijedigree in Glover's Visitation. 
p. 393. VI. Charles, M.A., should be son, not brother, of Henry FaveU. 
p. 464. II. Nicholas, son of Tempest S., bp. at Burnley 24 Mar. 1627-8. 
p. 465. 3. Alice, dau. of Tempest S., bp. at Burnley 1 Jan. 1625-6. 

III. Tempest, son of Tempest S., bp. at Burnley 3 Aug. 1623. 



529 



INDEX. 



Abbot, 33, 174,405. 


Artliington, 57, 100 


351, 


Bambrough, 262. 


Abbotson, 5. 


400. 




Bamford, 204. 


Abercrombie, 342. 


Arthur, 172. 




Bankes, Bank. 5, 283, 447. 


Aberdeen, Earl, 209. 


Ash, 6, 359. 




Barbour, 371. 


Aoclome, Acklam, 25, 51, 


Aslaby, 325. 




Barcroft. 384. • 


143, 201, 288, 292. 


Ashley, 141, 343, 422. 


Barker. 41, 148, 204, 516, 


Adams, Adam, 108, 158, 


Aske, 71, 355. 430. 




329. 


358, 453-4. 404-5, 483. 


Ashton, 48, 56, 112, 174-5, 


Barkeston, 38. 


Adamson, 127, 437. 


222-3, 368. 373, 382-3, 


Bainadiston, 141. 


Addison, 484. 


502. 




Barnby, 80, 100, 366 


Addye, 411. 


Ashurst, 109. 




Barnard, 25, 34, 42. 


Agakd, Agar, 385-7, 67, 


Ashworth, 19. 




Barnes, 428. 


425, 469, 511. 


Aston, 15. 




BarreU, 29. 


Aked, 116. 


Athorpe, Atlirop, 315 


469. 


Barrowby, 350. 


Akeroyd, Aokroyd, 132 n. 


Atherton, 71, 384. 




Bartlett, 28, 337. 


134, 170, 272, 405. 


Atkinson, 485-6, 2, 20, 27, 


Bakton, 362-3. 105, 187, 


Alexander, 299. 


54, 108, 122. 227.9 


232, 


325. 


Alford, 123. 


258, 294, 318, 407 


457, 


Barwick, 123. 


AUan, AUen, Alleyne, 43, 


461, 501. 




BaWorth, 84. -' 


183, 403, 507. 


Atteerof, 514. 




Bassingburne, 104. 


Allanson, Allenson, 146, 


AtweU, 63. 




Bastard, 58. 


151, 251, 254, 299. 


Auke, 62. 




Bate, Bates, Baits, 483-5, 


Allot, 167, 411. 


Austin, 32. 




10, 30, 146, 206. 


Alured, 49, 50, 191,311. 


Austwick, 181, 461. 




Bateman. 239. 


Ambler, 100. 


Autram, 121. 




Bate.son. 313, 462. 


Amyas, 114. 


Avery, 43. 




Battie, 109. 


Ameotes, 494. 


Aysoough, Askwith, 


103- 


Baxter, 364.8. 


An by, 213. 


6,84, 171.7-8,200, 


415, 


Bayldon, 14. 


Anderson, 167.9, 263, 356, 


428, 496. 




Bayles, 256. 


413, 431, 455. 






Baynes, 523, 520, 1, 460 


Anderton, 108. 






Beale. t.58-9, 41, 296, 343 


Andrewes, 183. 






Beaumont, 219-25, 23, 


Angel, 277. 






100, 164, 176, 206, 263, 


Anger, 403. 






299, 356, 386, 398, 405 


Anguine, 63. 


Babington, 109. 




Bean, 167. 


Anlaby, 140-2, 118, 262, 


Babthorpe, 83, 188, 288.9. 


Beck. 31. 


494. 


Bacchus, 157. 




Beckwith, 91.9, 119, 141 


Anne, 13, 141. 


Backesworth, 145. 




151, 179, 241, 292.4, 


Appleby, 159-60, 101, 229, 


Bacon, 218, 256, 348 


471. 


313, 345, 355, 361, 385 


318, 403. 


Baker, 54, 278. 




452.5. 


Appleyard, 129. 


Baldington, 310. 
Bahie, Baxrae, 173, 2 




Bee, 368, 406. 


Aptlio'rpe, 153. 


29. 


Beilby, 44-7, 91, 149, 151 


Arderne, 98. 


BaUol, 164. 




259, 409. 


Arksey, 204. 


BaU, 284. 




BeU, 16, 284, 296, 326. 


Armetsted, 81. 


Baldwm, 384, 444. 




BeUasys, BeUaris, 85, 146, 


Armytage, 170, 223.4. 


Bainbridge, 415. 




506 


Arnesliome, 483. 


Pa rstow, 7. 




Bellhouse, 234. 



530 



DUfJDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



Bellingham, 18, 49, 134, 

145. 
Belt, 106, 151, 407. 
Bellwood. 177-8. 101. 
Bendishe. 38. 
Bennett, 140. 
Beunison, 391. 
Benson, 33, 411. 
Bentinck, 51. 
Bentley. 392.4. 
Berdoe, 138. 
Beresford, 37. 
Berkeley, 77. 
Berry, 76, 158, 241, 337, 

475. 
Best, 50, 264, 294. 
Beswick, 504. 
Bethell, 132-5, 470-2, 76, 

204, 289, 400 7J, 477, 

480. 
Beverley, 397-8, 93, 222, 

343. 
Bew, 520. 
Bierley, 9, 10. 



Binns, Bynns, 106, 207, 

222. 
Birch, Burch, 42, 191, 234. 
Bird. 31, 131, 278, 346. 
Birdsall, 45. 
BiRKBECK, 348-9, 409. 
Birkhead, 166, 365. 
Bishop, 92, 130. 
Blackden, 299. 
Blackett, 10. 
Blackie, 210. 
Blague, 65. 
Blain, 166. 
Blakeston, 42, 345, 371, 

456, 497. 
Blakey, 383. 
Blanehard, 282. 
Bland, 175, 226. 
Blenkensop, 95, 305. 
Blenkhorne, 509. 
Blewett, 115. 
Blithe, 112. 
BlundeU, 407. 
Blythman, 54, 109, 230, 

Bold, 206, 223. 

Bolle, BoUes, 112.8,499. 

Boiling, 400.1. 

Bolton, 97, 308, 412. 

Bond, 4. 

Bone, 311. 

Bonvile, 426. 

BooTHE, Booth, 180-3, 

158, 174, 333, 371, 407, 

11. 
Boss, 77. 



BosviLE, 107-13, 110.7, 

263, 327, 357. 
Boteler, 381. 
Botteresse, 362. 
Bouche, 382. 
Boiiling. 166. 
Bourne, 340. 
Bourchier, 55, 79, 124, 

135, 178 n, 518-9. 
Bowater, 18. 
Bower, 59, 399. 
Bowes, 141, 340, 432, 446, 

459, 498. 
Bowles, 399. 
Boynton. 76, 142. 188, 231, 

414, 454, 494. 
Boys, Boyse, 42, 248, 324, 

509. 
Bracken, 272. 
Braddock, 139. 
Bradford. 114-6. 
Bradhill, 465. 
Bradley, 170, 272, 365. 
Bradshaw, Bradshaigh, 4, 

72, 118, 365, 448. 
Brame, 321, 
BramhaU, 181-2. 
Brand, 363. 
Bransby, 38, 430. 
Bras. 318. 
Braithwaite, 9, 86, 235, 

415.8. 
Bra\7Son, 53. 
Brearer, 171. 

Brearey, 271-5, 170, 325. 
Breres, 399. 
Brereton, 370, 426. 
Bridges, 278, 412. 
Brioham, 192-5, 165. 
Briggs, Brigg, 30, 105, 436. 
Bright, 163, 328. 
Bristow, 480. 
Broadley, 31, 2. 
Bromfield, 438. 
Brooke, Brookes, 88, 135, 

303, 408. 444, 497. 
Broome, 499. 
Brotherton, 29. 
Brown, Rrowne, 6, 7, 38, 

53, 73, 105, 240, 293, 

418, 467. 
BrudeneU, 218. 
Bruse, 295. 
Buck, 179-80, 49, 91, 149, 

308. 389. 
Buchanan, 280. 
Buckhock, 258. 
Buckinghamshire, 264. 
Buckton, 131, 187. 
BULKLEY, 501-3, 211. 
Bullock, 88, 109. 
Buhiier,8t, 203. 318, 423.4. 



Burdet, 211-2, 233, 395, 

401. 
Burdon, 115, 468. 
Burgess, Burges, 158, 214, 

267, 307, 399. 
Bcrgoise, 214. 
Burnaby, 16. 
Burneley, 480. 
BurneU, 200. 
Burland, 385, 468. 
Burley. 217. 
Burnet, 72, 272, 492. 
Burrell, 133, 324. 
Burrows, 54. 
Burton,89, 119. 120,220.2, 

374, 483. 
Bussam, 62. 
Busfield, 175. 
BusHELL, 508-10, 495. 
Butler. 199, 200.6, 225, 

361, 382, 401, 470. 
Byerley, 14, 242, 296. 
Bylborough. 423. 
Byrkes, 199. 
Byronm, 154, 244. 
By^vater, 400.7. 



Cadogan, 7. 
Calahan, 102. 
Calder. 126. 
Calverlev, 151, 434. 
Calvert. 150. 492. 
Cain, 491. 

Cambden, Lord, 237. 
Camplesham, 230. 
Canby, 412. 

Canterbury, Archb., 75. 
Capdow, 310. 
Cardigan, Earl, 218. 
Carew, 23. 
Carey, 375, 420. 
Carleil, CarUsIe, 306-9, 
23, 240.5.8, 324, 429, 

Carlton, 415, 441. 
Carnaby, 17. 
Carpenter, 291. 
Carr, 4, 5, 114,222,384. 
Carrtsgton, 426-7, 138. 
Carrus, 403. 
Carryer, 171, 381. 
Carter, 440-1, 142, 237, 

291, 389, 390, 477. 
Cartmele, 105. 
CartwTight, 14, 256. 
Carver, 166. 
CarvUe, 230. 
Carbut, 314. 



INDEX. 



531 



Carson, 272. 

Castleforth, 411. 

Catchpole, 75. 

Catelin, 119. 

Catterall, 42, 81, 149, 292. 

Cavalier. 99. 

Cave, 53, 301,311,505. 

Cawood, 314, 411. 

Cayley, Caley, 295-300, 

59, 190, 249, 258, 393, 

508. 
Certain, 72. 
Citterne, 395. 
Chaderton, 380. 
Chadwick, 502. 
Chaloner, 18, 111. 
Chamber, Chambre, 415-6. 
Chamberlayn, 36, 423. 
Chambers, 279, 280, 496. 
Champney, 195. 
Chapelholme, 233. 
Chapman, 332, 433. 
Charlton, 195. 
Charnock, 3. 

Chaytor, 144-8, 340, 417. 
Cheeke, 48. 
Cheney, 63, 214. 
Cheste'r, 118,207. 
Chesteraeld, Earl, 251, 

264. 
Chewe, 444. 
Chicken. 256. 
Child, 166. 231. 
Childers, 275, 314. 
Chitty, 191. 
Chohnley, 48, 124.6, 262, 

316, 394, 504.9b. 
Clapham, 1, 408. 
aarke, Clark, 19, 25, 43, 

149, 157, 209, 218, 276, 

317, 339, 341, 457. 
Clarkson, 302, 317. 
Clavering, 157. 
Claxton, 357, 432. 
Clayton, 394, 5, 208, 334, 

444. 
Cleasby, 71. 
Clement, 156. 
aervaux, 144.6. 
Cliburue, 11. 
CMffe, 462. 
Cliftord, 63, 95. 
Clifton, 13. 
CUpsby, 295. 
Clitheroe, 98. 
CUve, 304. 
Clonfort, .503. 
aopton, 310. 
aose, 143-4, 243. 
aough, 27, 36, 400. 
autterbuck, 264. 
Clyatt, 156. 



Coates, 34, 67. 313. 

Cobb, 92, 345, 469. 

Cockburn, 252. 

Cockhill, 407. 

Cockman, 31. 

Cockrane, 124. 

Cockson, 320. 

Codrington, 135. 

COLBYE, 434. 

Cole, 21. 

Coleman, 103 n. 

CoUet, 182. 

CoUey, 149. 

CoUins, Colleyns, ColUng, 
218, 231, 337. 

Collingwood, 373, 506. 

Colson, 346. 

Colthurst, 297. 

ColvUe, 185, 337, 397. 

Compton, 373. 

Consett, Conseyte, 74, 332, 
355.8. 

Constable, 47-51, 92, 
202-4, 13, 22, 39, 58, 
65, 81.3.5, 118, 126.9, 
130, 162, 179, 185.6.8, 
193, 218, 226, 240, 252, 
288.9, 332.3.5, 369, 381, 
397, 439, 446, 450.1.9, 
484. 

Conyers, 2, 71, 266, 270, 
288, 421, 431.9, 457, 
492.9, 501.7. 

Cooke, 199-202, 67, 140, 
154, 172, 221, 280, 337, 
445, 480. . 

Cookeson, 137, ^59, 469, 
480.- ^— ^ 

Cooper, Cowper, 104, 115, 
158, 262, 333, 373, 415. 

Cope, 472. '"-3,:. 

Copeland, 64, 460. 

Copley, 109, 114.7.8. 200, 
220, 412. 

Coppinson, 248. 

Corbet, 442-3, 89, 264, 
292. 

Cordingley, 300. 

Corneille, 150. 

CornwaUis, IH, 135,302. 

Cosin. 111. 

Cottam, 19. 

CottereU, 428. 

Colton. 52, 289. 

COITLSON, 441-2. 

Coiilthnrst, 464. 

Cox, 135, 164, 235. 

Coze, 465. 

Cracrott, 24, 494. 

Cradock, 338-42, 147, 
188. 

Crage, 215. 



Crashaw, Crayshaw. 172, 

85. 
Craven, 446. 
Crawe. 446. 
Cressy, UG, 108. 
Cress well, 2, 86, 193. 
Creswick, 349. 
Creyke, Creuke, 189, 216, 

232, 308, 331. 
Crofts, Croft, 418-9, 53, 

100, 269, 335, 420, 448. 
Crompe, 160. 
Crompton, 419-21, 481-3, 

12, 22, 39, 123, 347, 494. 
CromweU, 330. 
Cropley, 369. 
Crosland, 10, 182,256.273, 

284. 
Crosfeild, 490. 
Crosse, 429. 
Crossley, 303. 
Croston, 77-8. 
Crowther, 307. 
Crnse, 339. 
Cryer, 181. 
Cudworth, 216, 516. 
Cullen, 353. 
Culverwell, 482. 
Cumberland, Earl, 95. 
Cunard, 279. 
CundaU, 88, 407, 479. 
Curcy, 99. 

Ourrer, 68, 96, 166, 303-4. 
Curtes, Curteis, 338, 497. 
Curwen, 102. 
Cutler, 137, 418. 
Culling, 66. 
Ciitts, 233. 



Dacombe, 428. 
Dade, 277. 
Dakins, Dakeyns, 

240, 494. 
Dale, 95, 160. 
Dalton, 217-8, 34, 46, 91, 

241, 398, 419. 
Danby, 462-4, 9, 249, 

254-5, 286, 361, 403, 
421, 489, 493. 
Daniel, 84, 130, 262, 267, 
452. 



230, 



164. 

Darby, 64, 192, 284. 
DareU, 311 w. 
Darcy, 506, 82.4, 214, 

270, 310, 336. 348, 474. 
Darley, 221, 312, 333, 367, 

448. 
Davies, 216. 



532 



DUODALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



Davile, Deyville, 511, 9, 

297, 355, 403. 
Davison, 146, 336, 393. 
Davye, 371-2, 433. 
Dawes, 152. 

Dawnay, 65, 287.8.9, 471. 
Dawtrey, Dealtry, 423-4, 

385. 
Dawson, Dowson, 25, 138, 
145, 212, 234, 304, 378. 
Day, Dey, 75, 159, 221, 

365-6. 
Deane, 211, 457, 475. 
De Costa, 279. 
De la Bere, 43. 
De la Hay, 164, 331. 
De la Poole, 438. 
De la River, 355. 
De la See, 332. 
Denison, 303. 
Denman, 92. 
Denny, 310. 
Dent, 9, 226. 
Denton, 372-4, 128. 
Deramore 67. 
Derby Earl and Countess 

78" 208-9 444. 
Dering 133, 336. 
D'Estotvile 185. 
De Teyl, 20. 
Deverere, 138. 
Devonsliire, Earl of, 57. 
Dewick, 425-6. 
Dewhurst, 466. 
Diamond, 111. 
Dickenson, 128, 218, 338, 

433, 459, 472. 
Dickson, Dickon, Dixon, 

32.4, 246, 388, 412, 467. 
Digb>, 298. 
Dighton, 245. 
Dillon, 20. 
Disney, 328. 
Dobson, 198 n, 231, 335. 
Dodson, 371. 
DoDswoRTH, 26-9, 46, 145, 

149, 464, 486, 507. 
Dolman, Dowman, 161-4, 

85, 187, 343, 479. 
Donovan, 201, 280. 
Dougham, 356. 
Dove, 436. 
Dowson, 36. 
Doyle, S16. 
D'Oyley, 117. 
Dowdeswell, 334. 
Drake, 30-5, 474. 
Drapelles, 38. 
Draper, 135. 
Draycotts, 52.3, 84, 397 
Drax, 52. 
Drewe, 292, 515 



Drewell, 147. 
Driffield, 479-80. 
Dring, 150. 
Drury, 522. 
Dryden, 270. 
Dubcrdin, 259. 
Du Cane, 244. 
Duck, 318. 
Dudley, 96. 
Duff, 342. 
DuUe, 421. 
Dun. 119, 484. 
Dunbar Vix, 218. 
Dunck, 153. 
Duncombe, 118. 
Dusheld, 391. 
Dyan, 64. 
Dyke, 265. 
Dymoke, 118. 
Dyneley, 13, 320, 484. 



Ealy, 70. 
Eaenshaw, 212. 
Eaton, 153-4, 156, 200. 
Eccleston, 395. 
Eckbon, 522. 
Edmondson, 384. 
Edmunds, 137-9, 170,436. 
Eoekton, 370-1, 57, 604, 

311. 
Eglington, Earl, 190. 
Eland, 222, 350, 368, 450. 
Eldon, 446. 
Eldrington, 229. 
Eleson, 99. 
Ellerker, 225-8, 24, 86, 

132, 485. 
EUerton, 462. 
Ellinson, 476. 
ElUot, 165.6, 366. 
Ellis, Ellys, 38, 68, 98, 100, 

104 n, 173, 252, 353, 

371, 443, 495, 509. 
Elmhirst, 410-2. 
Elwes, 64. 
Emelcy, Lord, 262. 
Ermner.son, 112. 
Empson, 213, 291, 486. 
Engaine, 186. 
Ernley, 496. 
520. 

, 4, 300. 
Estoft, Eastoft, 50, 88, 

241, 451. 
Etherington, 187, 433, 504. 
Eure, Euers, 162, 2*2, 318, 

293. 
Everingham, 8, 98, 118. 



Ewbank, 231. 

Ewrby, 63. 

Eyre, 29, 121. 142 >i, 174, 

200.4, 246, 516. 
Exilby 402. 
Eyston 3. 



Fairfax 155-7, 430-1, 15, 
86, 118, 146, 198, 230, 
262, 289, 292, 307, 359 », 
362, 408, 440, 463, 493, 
509 n, 510. 

Fagge, 12. 

Fairwether, 482. 

Falconer, 139. 

Fane, 192, 224, 292, 469. 

Faram, 349. 

Farmer, Farmour, 13, 64, 
70. 

Farrer, 5, 202, 235. 

Farrow, 360. 

Farside, 503-5. 

Faucet, 431. 

Faucon bridge, 11. 

Favell, 390-3, 351. 

Faux, Fawkes, 269, 313. 

Featherstonhaugh, 318. 

Fen, 420. 

Fenay, 496. 

Fellding, FeUden, 512-3, 
202. 

Fenton, 34, 157. 

Fenwick, 17-8, 141, 157. 

Ferby, 314. 

Ferrand, 95-7, 305-6, 
97 «, 303. 

Ferrington, 3. 

Field, 211, 301, 354. 

Fienes, 312. 

Finch, 124. 206. 

Firbanke, 341, 443. 

Firman, 393. 

Fisher, 91.6, 308, 328. 

Fisshe, 433. 

Fitz-Geffrey, 54. 

Fitz-Henry, 473. 

Fitzwilliam, 107, 364, 395. 

Flathers, 305. 

Fleetwood, 414. 

Fleming, 310, 383. 

Fletcher, 60-1, 45, 115, 
176. 

FUuthill, 364. 

Flowith, 46. 

Foley, 201. 

Foljambe, 57, 88, 138-9. 
Foord, Forde. 386, 480.7, 

504. 
Fortescue, 17. 



INDEX. 



533 



FoKSTER, Foster, 196-7, 

7,44, 129, 135, 145, 156, 

411,465, 509. 
Fotherby. 332, 399. 
Fothergill, 464. 
Foufeld, 96. 
Foulis, Foules, 18, 91. 
Fowberye, 93. 
Fox, 26, 314. il6. 
Foxcroft, 31, 411. 
Foyle, 435. 
Frank, 173-5, 360-1., 97, 

181.6, 217, 285, 369, 

477. 
Frankland, Franklyn, 

417.9, 12, 58, 134, 145, 

477, 508. 
Frear, 424. 

Freeman, 81, 125-6, 257. 
French, 108. 
Freshville, 107. 
Fretwell, 111, 365,500. 
Frothingham, 450-1. 
Fryer, 80, 424. 
FuUer, 141. 
Fulnetby, 64. 
Fulthorpe, 27, 48. 
Furnival, 514. 
Furnis, 227. 
Fydling, 478. 



Gale, 1, 35, 166, 174. 
Galloway, Earl, 202. 
Gamble, 391. 
Gant, 372. 

Gardner, 219, 231-4, 277-8. 
Garforth, 30, 316, 427, 474. 
Gargrave, 9, 120, 351. 
Garland, 328. 
Garencieux, 372. 
Garret, 168, 399. 
Garth, 484. 
Garton, 193. 
Gascoigne, 97-103, 2, 160, 

186, 222. 
Gates, 310.2, 355. 
Gatonby, 70. 
Gawthorp, 97. 
Gaythorne, 213. 
Gere, 377-9, 436. 
Gee, 20-5, 12, 49, 76, 89, 

261.3.4, 420, 494. 
Geldart, 280-2, 106. 
GeU, 381. 
Genne, 410-1. 
Gent, 42. 
Gerard, 221, t36. 
Gibson, 74, 360 n, 385. 



Gibthorpe, 428. 

Gidney, 424. 

Giliord, 454. 

Gigleswike, 523. 

GiU. 110,207,240,266. 

Girlington, 240. 

Glascott. 126. 

GledhiU, 205-6. 

Glover. 464. 

Goden. 276. 

Godson, 281. 

Golding, 2. 

Goldsmitli. 278. 

Gooch, 242. 

Good, 88. 

GoodaU, 300. 

Goodwin, 133, 454. 

Gordon, 209. 

Gore, 279. 

Goring, 261, 

Gossip, 330. 

Goulborne. 384. 

Gould, 23. 

Gouldthorpe, 187, 296. 

Goulton, 51, 285. 

Gower. 138, 188, 204, 266, 
318. 

Graham, 16-20. 

Grandison, 391. 

Grant, 236, 436. 

Grantham, 58, 64, 334. 

Grantore, 360. 

Gras, 98. 

Grayborne, 408. 

Greame, 67, 309. 

Greathead, 212. 

Greaves, 212, 282. 

Greene, Green, 400-1, 9, 
117, 158, 167, 179, 189, 
198, 213, 221, 234, 280, 

309, 402, 468. 
Greenbury, 88. 
Greenhaugh, 113. 
Greenside, 376. 
Greenwood. 233-5, 79. 
Gregg, 208. 
Gregory, 22, 70. 346. 
Greville. 19. 

Grey, 486-8, 76, 185, 271, 

310, 438. 
Grcystock. 98, 203. 
Grice, 14. 

Griffin, 67, 112, 292. 
Griffith, 164, 187.9, 192. 
Grimston, 238-247, 193, 

203, 294, 307-8, 324, 

455, 522 
Grimshaw, 321. 
Grove, 112. 
Grimdon, 438. 
Guise, 367. 
Gurdon, 280. 



411, 



Habersham, 401. 
Hacket, 210. 
Hadlev. 450. 
HadnaU. 292. 
Hake, 312. 
Haldenbv, 482. 
Hale. Hales, 51, 3 
HaU. 129. 140, S 

433.8, 451. 
Hallelev, 182. 
HaUowes, 330. 
Hamelton, 82. 
Hamerton, 22, 290, 335, 

345, 460. 
Hamond, 13, 61, 84, 102, 

118, 141, 502. 
Hanceby, 356. 
Han key, 265. 
Hansard, 116. 
Hansby, 333. 406, 450. 
Manses, 480. 
Hanson, 207, 212, 222, 

405. 
Haperton, 81. 
Harbred, 175. 
Harcourt, 87. 
Hardcastle, 41. 
Harding. 229. 
Hardistv. 391: 
Hardwick, 21. 
Hardy, 429-30. 307. 
Harland. 119. 
Harper. 154, 485. 
Harperley, 484. 
Harrington, 237, 347. i^" 
Harris, 217. 
Harrison, 80-1, 178, 269- 

71, 500-1, 108, 118, 138, 

181.3, 220, 267, 291, 

339. 343, 439, 473, 505. 
Harsleke, 295. 
Hartley, 395, 484, 505. 
Harvey, 68-9, 200, 278. 
Harwood, 11, 233. 
Haslarton, 185. 
Hassell,439-40, 157, 184, 

190. 
Hastings, 188, 332. 
Hastorp, 185. 
Hatcliffe. 203. 
Hatfield, 326-30, 79, 112 

316. 
Haughton, Houghton, ICl, 

344,444. 
Hawbert, 20. 
Hawcliflf, 129. 
Hawksworth, 240, 307. 
Hawley, 456. 
Hawtre, 440. 
Hav, Hayes, 262 7. 
Ha'yles, 297. 
Hayme. 436. 



534 



DUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



J, 210. 



Hazlewood, 100, 459. 
Hebburne, 145, 376. 
Hebden, 362. 
Heber, 298, 381. 
Heblethwaite. 131, 191, 

236. 319. 333. 
Hedge.s, 113. 
Hedon, Headon, 91, 450. 
Hedworth, 204. 

HELL.iBD, 462. 
Helme, 380. 
Hemingway, 32, 315. 
Hem.sted, 225. 
Hemsworth, 26, 222, 272, 

448. 
Heneage, 290. 
Henlock, 88. 
Henshaw, 125. 
Hepworth, 211. 
Herbert, Harbert, 325-6, 

80,130.7,156,269,270.2 

313, 378, 406. 
Heme, 279. 
Herring, 308. 
Heron, 17, 89, 263, 308, 

459. 
Herst, 373. 
Hesketh, 18, 66, 13 
Heslarton, 287, 371. 
HesseU, 248. 
Heton, Heaton, 98, 121. 
Hewerden, Hewardin, 318, 

456. 
Hewet, 202, 212. 
Hewetson, 430. 
Hewlet, 312. 
Hewley, 459. 
HeyTvood, 57. 
Head, 291. 
Headlam, 250-1, 230, 393, 

487. 
Headley, 429. 
Heath, 339, 340. 
Heatlier, 405. 
Hide, 465. 
Higgins, 33, 392. 
Hilder, 334. 
HiLDYARD, 331.6, 83, 93, 

193 )i, 451, 471-2, 506. 
Hill, 2, 143, 353, 374.9. 
Hillary, 439. 
Hilton, 186, 331.6. 
Hiiidsley, 520. 
Hippon, 99. 
Hitch, 274, 281. 
Hitchin, 369. 
Hoare, 175. 
Hobart, 244. 
Hobbins, 147. 
Hobson, 216, 485. 
Hodgson, 2, 6, 96, 106. 

141, 168, 419, 473. 



Hogg, 187, 358. 
Hoitton, 318. 
Holbeck, 297-8. 
Holcroft, 57, 418. 
Holden, 380. 
Holderne.ss. Earl, 506. 
Holgate, 365. 
HoUand, 420. 443. 
HoUyes, 248. 
Hobuden, 413. 
Hohne, Hohnes, 48, 81, 

113, 130, 186, 222, 241, 

332, 355. 
Holt, 222.4, 502. 
Hooke, 343, 473. 
Hoole, 54, 327. 
Hopkins, 392. 
Hopkinson, 301, 465. 
Hopton, 85, 221, 241, 285. 
Horncastle, 365. 
HOKNE, 120.2. 
Horner, 498. 

HoRSLEY, 423-5,469,511. 
Horsman, 343. 
HoRTON, 205-10, 224. 
Hoskins, 395. 
HoTHAM, 260-5, 23-4-5, 43, 

75-6, 83.9, 141.9, 331, 

345. t.qn. 
Hovell, 442. 
Howard, 43. 
Howe, 333. 
Howson, 6. 
Howorth, 502, 522. 
Hoyle, 196, 252, 315. 
Hudson, 19, 419, 428, 430, 

481. 
Humberston, 62. 
Hume, 359. 
Hungate, 84, 102, 129, 

130-1, 141, 156, 188, 

236 «, 240, 266, 347, 

406, 473. 
Hunt, 499-500, 110-1. 
Hunter, 247-8, 110, 198, 

216, 223.9, 237, 282.6, 

306, 314, 436^_^ ,, 
Husband, 3. ""^'""^ 
Hussey, 142, 188. 
Hu.stler, 191, 258, 510. 
Hutchins, 357. 
Hutchinson, 59, 117,267. 
Button, 21, 7, S. 36, 145, 

154-5, 331, 340, 399, 

445, 494. 
Hyde. 352. 



Ibbetson. 233. 273, 329. 
IckringaU. 459. 



Ingleby. 1-7, 101, 160, 

218, 361. 
Ingleton, 233. 
Ingram, 15, 181. 297, 351, 

498. 
Innes, 341-2. 
Ipswich, 457. 
Isham. 23. 
Ires, 248. 282. 
Iveson, 135, 303. 



Jackman, 18. 276. 
Jackson, 498-9, 3, 14, 41, 

113, 155.6.8, 177, 188. 

260, 333, 351-2, 373,7.8, 

407. 
James, 255, 374. 
Jaques, 172, 337, 391, 414, 

442. 
Jardine, 291. 
Jarratt, 50, 253. 
Jeamson, 257. 
Jeffrey, 168. 
Jegon, 168, 436, 482. 
Jenkins, Jenkin, 55, 272, 

515.8. 
Jenkinson, 64, 232, 300-1, 

411, 504. 
Jennings, 111, 434. 
Jerome, 433. 
Jessop, 117. 
Jewetson, 184. 
Jobson, 14, 21. 
Joddrell, 341. 
Johnston, 215-7, 431, 471. 
Johnson, 36, 42, 149, 160, 

170, 237, 249, 257, 292, 

368,374,398,403.6,428, 

435, 484. 
Jones, 13. 
Josselyn, 311. 
Jubb, 150. 
Justice, 149, 359. 



Kay, 3, 190, 212, 222.9, 
231-2, 273, 304, 349, 
351, 484. 

KeeUng. 174. 

Keld, 149. 

Kell-A-M, Kyllom, 157-9, 
183. 259, 405. 

Kenchley, 388. 

Kennet, 10. 

Kent. 302. 

Kenyon, 234. 

Kershaw, 444. 

Keys. 61. 

Kighley, 57, 99, 350. 



INDEX. 



KiLLINOBECK, 320-2, 155, 

163, 401, -476. 
Kilvington, 360. 
King, 6. 
Kingsley, 72. 
Kinnersley, 276. 
Kirby, 429. 
Kirk, 260, 303, 422. 
Kirlew. 343. 
Kirkpatrick, 215. 
Kiikshaw. 303. 
Kirton. 446. 
Kitchingman, 122. 
Kitson, 349. 
Knaggs, 250. 
Knevil, 365. 
Knevil, 311-2. 
Knight, 211, 222, 313. 
Knowles, 33. 
Know.sley. 143, 252, 307. 



Lacon, 245. 

Lacy, 45, 100, 189, 288. 

Lake, 510, 3, 19, 296, 312, 

458. 
Lakyn, 423. 

Lamb, 360, 412, 454, 509. 
Lambekt, 488-9, 9, 345, 

403, 437, 480. 
Lambton, 146-7, 286. 
Lamont, 252-3. 
La Motte, 439. 
Lamplugh, 189, 198 n, 442. 
Langdale, 433-4, 81, 85-6, 

93, 193 n, 289, 335, 351, 

520. 
Langley, 171, 34, 41, 

194, 222, 299, 301.2, 

511, 620. 
Langton, 358, 437, 462, 

Lascelles, 34, bl, 104, 188, 

190, 221.7, 284, 294, 

363 377 
Lasen'by, 56, 407, 385-6. 
Latham, 321.2. 
Latus, 338. 

Laiighton, 242, 328, 431. 
Lax, 342. 
La^v^ence, 371. 
Lawde, 450. 
Lawley, 152. 
Lawson, 2, 94, 124, 162, 

238, 392, 459. 
Laycock, 408-9, 46. 
Layth, 458. 
Layre, 118 
Layton, 350-1, 432, 2, 65, 

242, 254, 391. 



293, 



7/.-? 



Leach. 164. 
Leafe, 447. 
Leake, Leeke, 257. 

334, 367, 467. 
Leavens, 126. 

Lee, 266-7, 60. 73, 130 

515. 
Leedes, 37-41, 49, 482. 
Legard, 21, 204, 242-3. 

255, 261-2, 298-9, 332, 

335, 369. 389, 426 n. 
474. 

Leigh, Legh. 13, 102, 279. 

391, 402, 447. 501-2. 
Leigbton, 454. 
Le Playt, 78. 
Letby, 457. 
Levening, 187. 
Lerett, 129, 172, 391. 
jjeppington, 257. 
Lepton, 90. 
Levtugstoun, 376, 
Lewes, 145, 444. 
Lewins, 121, 398, 454. 
Lexington, Lord, 293. 
Llewellyn, 55, 477, 518. 
Lloyd. 490-1, 67, 151, 

208, 228, 291. 
LiddeU, 145. 
Lightfoot, 337, 425, 464. 
LiUingston, 43. 
Lincoln, 14. 
Lindley, 292, 321. 
Lindsay, 291. 
Linger, 128. 
Linton, 317. 
Lister, Lyster, 32, 58, 131, 

227, 230.3, 250-1, 335, 

353, 372, 383, 401. 
Little, 493. 
Littlebury, 63. 
Littleton, 183, 420. 
Littlewood, 183. 
Leversedge, 158. 
Livesey, 420. 
LocKwooD, 294-5, 31, 219, 

362, 368. 
Lodge, 266, 343, 387. 
Lodington, 428. 
Longbotham, 216. 
Londesborough, Earl, 202. 
Lonsdale, 383. 
Lord, 327, 330. 
Lotherington. 377. 
LovELL, 405-7, 152, 219, 

331. 485-6. 
Lowcock, 386. 
Lowden. 1 4. 
Lowther, 28. 46, 74, 175. 

223, 387. 459. 
Ludlam, 112. 
Lumley, 485. 



Lupton. 322. 

LuTTON, 228-30, 180. 464. 

Lyth, 248. 



Macclesfield. Ea.I. 381. 
Mackenzie. 104. 
Mackeridgp, 483. 
Mackworth. 264. 
Macmath, 215. 
Maddison. 427. 
Mahew, 441. 
Mpinwaring. 241. 
Mairp. 4. KiO. 
Mai^tcr. 74. 208. 
.Malhaiu. Maloham, 77. 96. 
Mallett. 100. 
Jlalli^on. 476. 
MiUory, 162, 293, 356, 

470." 
Jjan, 442, 500. 
Masby, 427-9, .55, 375, 

519. 
ManckUn, 270. 
JIanfield. Mansfield, 123, 

439. 
Mansard, 355. 
Maplethorjie, 62. 
Maees, 481. 
Margerison, 345. 
Margrave, 478. 
Markenfield, 82, 288. 
Markham, 45, 230, 453. 
Marlborough, Duke, 66, 

147. 
Marley, 147, 231. 
Marmion, 185. 
Marriott, 126. 
.Marrow, 297, 475. 
M.arsh, 233, 411. 
Marshall, 497-8, 328-9, 

330.4, 366, 433, 452, 505. 
Martenscroft, 96. 
Martin, 139, 143, 306. 
Marwood, 36, 133, 284-5. 
Mascall, 317, 122. 
Mason, 258, 385. 
Masterman, Maisterman, 

269, 407. 
Matthews, 267, 319. 
Matterson, 33. 
Mauleverer, Maleverer, 

114.7, 284, 355, 373, 

422, 456, 490. 
Mauley, 186. 
Maw, 373. 
Mawker, 338. 
Maxton, 340. 
Meares, 447. 



536 



DUG dale's visitation of YORKSHIRE. 



Medd, 426. 
Medley, Methlev 

242-3. 
Meeke, 152, 477. 
Mellish, 275-80, 201, 228 
Mering, 368. 
Merington, 89. 
Meryton, 455-6, 492 
Mese, 517. 

Metcalfe, 283-6, 10 28 

•i2, 105, 118, 123, 177,' 

194-5, 203, 289, 361, 

403, 437, 422, 477, 482 

Metham, 82-7, 163, 288, 

355. 
Meyer, 152. 

Meynill, MenU, Mennell, 
11, 55, 129, 194, 214 
290, 104, 445, 519. 
Meyriek, 265. 

Mickleaeld, 407. I 

MieklethwaiLe, 211 274 I 

281, 112, 474. 
Middleton, Midleton, 132 
159, 193 n, 201-2-3 
330-1,403,449. 
Midgley, Jlidsley, 30, 300, 

401. 
Miers, 106. 
Miles, 422. 
Mill, 29. 
JBlner, 126, 212, 301.2 7 

439. 
MUward, 204. 
Mirfield, 52, 219, 327 



Morton, Murton, 514-6 

127, 334.7, 430. 
-Mosley, Jloseley, 29 74 
, 131, 201, 25i: 341,'3.58: 
Moston, 402. 
Mostyn, 208. 
MOTTRA-M, 480, 134 

Mould, 478. 
Jlounsey, 426. 
Mountaigne, Mountaine 
156, 190, 378. 

JIOUNTXEY, 52-4. 

Mowbray, 483. 

Moxon, 426. 

Moyne, 63. 

MovsER, 87-9, 24, 65, 1-^= 

263. 
Munby, 62. 
Mimson, 38. 
Mnsgrave, 17-8, 207, 270 

340, 450, 512. 
Murdoch, 385. 
Musson, 32. 
Myton, 465. 



Norton, 128, 253. 333, 490. 
Nowell, 44, 523. 
Nutter, 476. 



Nandick, 250. 

Nary, 236. 

Nash, 110. 

Nayler, Naylor, 233, 302 



Missendeu, 61. 

Mitchclbounie, 471 

JlitcheU, .Alicheli, 64, ls8 

Mitford, 275. 

Molanus, 381. 

Moldiclifr, 514. 

Momperson, 46, 312. 

Monckton, 187, 335. 

Monson, Lord, 37. 

Montforth, Moimtfort 26 
335, 418. 

Jlontgomery, 87. 

Moore, 444, 48, 94, 153, 
319, 324, 41.5, 434. 

Moorsom, 488. 

Moke, 496-7, 49, 98, 170 

182, 333. 
Morell, 156, 351. 
Morehouse, 354, 387. 
-Morgan, 123. 
Morlaud, 74, 416. 
-AloRLEY, 463-4, 230. 266 

347. 
Morris, 503. 
Morritt, 36, 106. 
Mortimer, 476. 



Naysmith, 216. 
Needham, 411. 
Nelson, 182, 348-9 
Nelthorpe, 148, 150. 
Neseit, 315-6, 196, 328 
Nesse, 373. 

Nettleton. 154, 220, 483 
NevUe, 13, 98, 109, 119 
127, 200, 219, 220 2 3 
282,288,292,384. ' ' 
Newabke, 313-4, 239, 413. 
Newby, 226. 
I Newcomen, 63-4, 100 
Newlove, 430, 469. 
Newport, 19. 
Newsome, 358-9. 
Newton-. 495-6, 130, 151 

438, 450. 
Nicholson, 286, 430 
Noddell, 187.9. 
NoELL, 237-8, 249. 
Norelifte, 16, 74, 184, 24-' 

262, 328. 
Norfolk, Duke, 43. 
Norfolke, 121, 502. 
Normanvill, 157. 
North, 231, 421. 
Ncrthend, 30, 
Northwold. 394. 



Gates, Otes, 158, 174, 405. 
O'Enuis, 236 
Oflfiey, 139. 
Ogden, 79. 
Ogle, 147. 
Ogilvie, 286. 

Oglethorpe, 465-7, 60 
130, 356, 364, 399, 473 ' 
Oldfield, 204, 222, 297-8 
Oliver, 103 «. 
Onslow, 142. 
ORiiE, 447. 
Ormsby, 62. 
Osbaldeston, 125. 
Osborne, 499. 
Otterburne, 373. 
Otway, 481. 
Overend, 468. 
Overton, 356. 
Owen, 245. 377. 



Page, 498. 
Paget, 111. 

Palleser, 477, 134, 171 
285, 455. 
I Palmer, 14, 141, 276. 
Pal-Mes, 287-93, 81, 125, 

134, 155, 321. 
Panchard, 380. 
I Pannet, 408. 
Pabker, 379-85, 23, 121 
142, 227, 234, 281, 353, 
464. 
Parkin, 112. 
Parkinson, Perkinson 
352-4, 96, 345-6, 378, 

Parr, 208. 

Parret, 248. 

Parsons, 33. 

PascaU, 311. 

Paston, 23. 

Pattison, 251, 492. 

Paul, 267. 

Paulet, 214, 274. 
PauUn, Palin, Pawling, 33 

301, 413. 
Paver, 14. 
Paylee, 15-6, 131, 262, 

148. 
Peacock, 42, 307. 
Peake, 106. 
Pears, 266. 



INDEX. 



537 



Peabson, Pierson, 388-90, 
87, 124, 285, 323-4, 438, 
468, 482-490, 517. 

Peck, 114. 

Pecket, 285. 

Peebles, 302. 

Peel, 28-i. 

Pegge, 132. 

Peikse, Pierce, 35-7, 32, 

Pelliam, 174, 217. 
Penn, 113. 
PenneU, 169. 
Peraberton, 286. 
Pernington, 406. 
Penyfather, 443. 
Pemnyman, 70-7, 25, 58, 

260.5.6, 319, 418, 472. 
Penrose, 377. 
Penson, 483. 
Penvaux, 260. 
Pepper, 255, 273, 334. 
Pekcehay, 435-6, 91, 123, 

248, 378. 
Percy, 49, 306. 
Perrott, 489. 
Perrhyn, 330. 
Pettie, 172, 250. 
Philips, 317, 337, 389. 
Philipsou, 436. 
Pickard, 48. 
Pickering, 35, 287. 
Pickles, 120. 
Pilchor, 249. 
Pile, 124. 
Pilkington, 81, 220.3. 469, 

510. 
Pilley, 72. 
Pinfold, 279. 
PiNKNEY, 421-2, 10, 284. 
Pitt, 79, 334. 
Place, 26, 106, 113, 131, 

341, 490. 
Plaxton, 235, 469. 
Plumpton, 102, 160, 195, 

290. 
POCKLEY, 517. 
Polexfen, 66. 
Poley, 420. 
Pollard, 209, 234, 275, 

301.3, 409, 421-2. 
PoUeU, 178. 
Pope, 100. 
Popeley, 484. 
Pordage, 277. 
Port, 153. 

Porter, 238, 385, 509. 
Porteus, 151. 
PoETisoTON, 323, 39, 63, 
117, 221, 239, 311 n, 

364. 
Potter, 315. 



Powell, 6. 

Poyntz, 133. 

Preston, 18, 157, 270, 308. 

324 «, 490. 
Price, 454, 490. 
Prickett, 519-21, 415, 

495. 
Priestley, 31. 
Priinro.se, 119. 

Proby, 380. 

Procter, 4, 5, 6, 286, 424. 

Proude, 229. 

Prowse, 278. 

Pudsey, 11, 84, 325. 

Pugh, 387. 

Pulleyn, 312, 360, 447. 

Purley, 28. 

Pybns, 477. 

Pye, 323. 

Pyme, 276. 

Pvot, 170. 



Radcliffe, Ratcliffe, 160, 

247, 376, 464, 515. 
Radley, 64. 

Raikes, Raykes, 372, 426. 
Ramsden, 14, 205, 220.4, 

388. 
Rasing, Raisin, 152, 203. 
Paper, 496. 
Rasby, 412. 
Ravenscroft, 160. 
Raynes, 4.56-8, 438. 
Rayney, 358, 365. 
Rawden, 362. 
Rawson. 112, 141, 327. 
Read, 169, 374. 
Readhead, 504. 
Readshaw, 307. 
Reason, 277-8. 
Redman, Redmayne, 10, 

131, 251, 313, 341, 380, 

392, 403. 
Redmers, 313. 
Rees, 209. 
Remi.ngton, 493-5, 23, 

162. 261, 483, 521. 
Rennison, 437. 
Reresby, 13, 65, 89. 
RcveU, ReviU, 343, 515-6, 
Reynaldson, 194. 
Rcj-nell, Reynolds, 164, 

Rica by, 443. 



Ricard, 60, 273, 343. 
Richardson, 300-4, 112, 
168, 183, 204.9, 212, 
313, 324, 360. 
Riche, 328. 
Richmond, 145, 493. 
Ridley, 252, 345, 446. 
Ridsdale, 31. 
Rigby, 32. 
Rigden, 179. 
Ringrose, 428. 
Ripley, 324, 246, 415. 
Roberts, 271. 
Robertshaw, 301. 
Robertson, 210, 312. 
Robins, 113. 
R0BIN.S0N, Robynson, 
167-9, 169-71, 282,336-8, 
398-400, 413-4, 56.8, 
77, 80.4, 134.7, 143, 156, 
248, 255, 269, 272, 299, 
312.4, 339, 398, 449, 
475, 505.7. 
Robson, 340. 
Rocliffe, 83, 267, 287. 
Rodes, Rode, Roode, 48, 

196, 261, 307, 443. 
Rogers, 118, 133, 166,388, 

413, 445, 470. 
Rokeby, 27, 109, 203, 

261-3, 445. 
Rolfe, 125. 
Rolston, 117-8. 
Ronksley, 516. 
Rookes, 46, 381. 
Roper, 115. 

Roscommon, Lord, 365. 
Rosebery, 119. 
RassE, Ros, Roos, 176-7, 
185, 193, 230, 319, 363, 
434, 479. 
Rossington, 388. 
Rothwell, 274. 
RoundeU, 152, 191, 275, 

304. 
Rousby, 343, 431. 
Rouse, 414. 
Routh, 185. 
Roward, 140. 
Rud, 337. 

Ruddock, 248, 323, 484. 
Rudston, 162, 332, 452, 

517. 
Rushworth, 10. 
RusseU, 416, 499. 
Rute, 343. 
Ryder, Rider, 162, 194, 

242. 
Ryley, 199. 
Rymer, 172, 399, 509. 
Ryther, Rither, 160, 175, 
391, 451, 503. 



'i.*CK 



538 DUGUALE 


S VISITATION OF 


YORK.SHIRE. 


Sage, 187. 


Shulz, 298. 




Sp-inge, 12. 


Sainter, 466. 


Shute, 390. 




Sproxton, 511. 


SaUsbury. Earl, 100, 264, 


Shuttleworth. 103. 




Squire, 201, 469. 


503. 


Sidney, 179 




St.^.bles, 460-1. 33, 387, 


Salkeld, 361. 


SiU, 330. 




521. 


Salmond, 51. 


Silversides, 414. 




Stafford, 89, 172, 222, 293. 


Saltmarsh, 15, 53, 70, 241 


Silvester, 29. 258. 




Stainton, 505. 


448 489. 


Simonds, 101. 




Standish, 175. 


SaltonstaU 412. 


Sisson, 355. 




Siauhopc, 69. 151, 200, 


Salvin Salveyn 103, 160, 


Skaife, 159. 




251, 260, 407. 


389, 445, 458. 


Skelton, 437-8, 429, 


487, 


Staine, 62. 


Sambrooke, 125. 


521. 




Staniforth.Stainforth, 327, 


Sanderson, Saunderson, 


Skepper, 88. 




411, 520. , ^Slrc.,^». 
Stanley, 109, ti^, 180, 209, 


109, 244, 277, 327, 512-3. 


Skerne, 93. 452. 




Sandford, 219, 236. 


Skinner. 472. 




220, 246, 419. 


Sandye, Sandys, 168, 190. 


Skipwith, 63, 179, 186. 


Stansfeld, 332. 


Sandwith, 105. 


Skirrev, 229. 




Stapper, 322. 


Sare, 198. 


Slack," 337. 




Stapleton, Stapylton, 23.8, 


Saunders, 73. 


Slater, 299. 423, 515 




33, 76, 82, 101, 153, 


SavUe, 64, 88, 99, 134, 


SuNGAR,SUnger,464,381, 


162.4, 191, 261.7, 280.9. 


174-5, 181, 219, 222, 


492. 




Staresmore, 366. 


255, 289, 303, 413, 483. 


SUngsby, 133. 
Smallshaw, 303. 




Staveley, 26, 119, 436. /-(S", 


Sawden, 126. 




Stead, 228, 245. 


Saxton, 72, 349. 


Smales, 148. 




Stephenson. 521-2, 149, 


Sayle, 30T. 


Smelt, 607-8, 27, 254-5-6, 


401. 461. 


Sayer, Sayre, 46, 71. 


285, 337, 480. 




Stevens, 470. 


Scarfe, 323, 361, 373.7. 


Smethley, 53, 130. 




Stewart, 202, 347. 


Scargill, 38, 361. 


Smith, Smyth, 197-8 


10, 


Stillington, 473-4, 31. 


Scarisbrick, 290. 


19, 41. 72, 81.5, 


94, 


Stock, Stocks, Stoke, 


Scatcherd, 152. 


125. 156.9, 175, 177 re. 


Stokes, 48, .351, 391, 


Scorey, 463. 


187, 209, 227, 267, 


277, 


484. 


ScoUet, 324. 


282, 290.4.9, 378, 


401, 


Stockdale, 88. 96 n. 


Scott, 212, 226, 515. 


415, 421.3.5, 431.9, 


485, 


Stockham, 473. 


Scrimshire. 175. 


603, 517. 




Stoker. 365. 


Scrope, 44S. 506. 


Smithson, 492-3, 254, 308, 


Stokesley, 99. 


ScrDAMOEE. ,55-6, 518-9. 


349, 488, 513. 




Stone, 32. 


Seafield, 165. 


Snatt, 178. 




Stonehouse, 276, 476. 


Sea ton, 115. 


Snawsdell, Snawsell,354- 


St. Paul, PoU. 61. 107. 


Segar, 71. 


6,83,215,311,431, 


462. 


Stopford, 246. 


Semar, 428. 


Somercotes, 332. 


cj^ 


Storke, 397. 


Senior, Seynor, 274, 301. 


Somerset, Duke, 144 




Storr, 457. 


Sergeant, 204. 


Somervill, 472. 




Story, 457. 


Sergeantson, 40. 


Sonner, 329. 




Stoughton, 16. 


Sewster, 61. 


Sontag, 330. 




Stoutville, 142-4, 213. 


ShadweU, 299. 


Sotheron, 153. 




St. Quintin, 184-92, 98, 


Shafto, 403. 


Sotherton, 375. 




124, 161, 184, 297. 


Shakelton, 166. 


Sothill, 99. 221, 401. 




Strafford, Earl, 137, 366. 


Shan, 45.6, 409. 


Sotterthwayt. 515. 




Strangways, 83, 104, 169« 


Sharp, 302. 


Sot«-eU, 210-2. 
So^AY, 127. 




445.6, 460. 


Shaw, 246, 401, 474. 




Streate, 212. 


Sheffield, 45, 451. 


Southouse, 382. 




Strelley, 240. 


Sheldon, 101, 341. 


So^VTHEBY, Sotheby 




Strickland, 123-7, 51, 


Shepherd, 143, 240. 


128-32, 11, 15. 




102, 189, 191, 242.5.6, 


Sherburne, 3, 380. 


Spachhurst, 273. 




293, 307, 390, 418, 436. 


Sherrington, 278. 


Spacie, 317. 




482. 


Shipton, 285, 297. 495. 


Sparrowes, 509. 




Stringer. 28. 109. 224. 


Shiffner, 20. 


Speare, 391. 




Sturdy, 232. 


SmLLiTOE, 475, 461, 610. 


Spenloye, 226,369. 




Style, 264, 299, 466. 


Shipman, 119. 


Spenser, Spencer, 78-9, 


Storing, 377. 


Shirecliffe, 327. 


23. 273, 329, 347, 


395, 


Smiderland, 46, 201, 381. 


Shirle5, 49, 435. 


422, 435. 




Sutcliffe. 321. 


Short. 227. 


Spoforth, 424. 




Sutton, 293, 447, 473. 



INDEX. 



539 



Swainston. 513. 
Swalldale, 2S4. 
SwaUow, 222. 
Swan, Swain, Swayn, 91, 

151, 301.6. 
Swathe, 327. 
Swifte, 510. 
Swinburne, Swynburne, 

146, 403. 
Swiney, 291. 
Swinhow, 365. 
Sykes, 121. 409. 
Syinm. 231. 
Sympson, Simpson, 257-9, 

259-60 45, 91, 230, 267, 

298 343, 369, 416, 436, 

463, 521. 



Taffine, 346. 

Talbot 8-12, 25, 130, 284, 
422, 484. 

Talboys. 1. 

Tancred, Tankard, 86, 91, 
145, 255, 325, 363, 417. 

Tatiiam, 182. 

Tatholock, 215. 

Tayloe, Tayler, 342-3, 
491-2,522,25,76.9,115, 
154,170,273,350,391.3, 
423.9, 453, 498, 517. 

Tayrte, 9. 

Teasdale, 361. 

Tempest, 8, 9, 83.6, 95.8, 
101, 146, 151, 380. 

Tenant, 432, 511. 

Tenison, Tennyson, 334, 
462. 

Terry, 267. 

Teshe, 406. 

Tetley, 365. 

Teverery, 293. 

Teyle, 388. 

Thackray, 325, 335. 

Thimbleby, 118. 

Thirkeld, 241. 

Thomas, 37, 232. 

Thomond, Marq, 265. 

Thompson, Tomson. 41-3, 
148-53, 14, 46, 50, 100, 
191, 229, 263-4, 272.5, 
300, 395, 407, 426 n, 
446, 487, 500, 520. 

Thornaby, 463. 

Thorneborough, 437. 

Thornecock, 64. 

Thorney, 114. 

Thoresby, Thursby, 159, 

Thornhill. 206, 250, 298. 



Thornton, 42, 85, U5, 

226, 241, 303, 312. 323, 

378, 411, 448, 455, 

471.9 
Thorold, 163. 
Thoroton, 336. 
Thorpe, 449-52, 131, 205, 

332,467,517. 
Thkockjiorton, 376, 428. 
Thurnholme, 186. 
Thiirscross. 119. 
Thwaites, Thwayts, 1, 52, 

66,173,188,240.5,423.5 

430, 512. 
Thweng, 17, 45, 101, 156, 

185, 333, 340, 355. 
Thynne, 231. 
Tildesley, 223, 259. 
TrsDALL, 12-4, 152. 
Tingle, 410. 
Tinley, TUney, 112, 158, 

327, 404. 
Tiplady, 403. 
Tipping, 37, 318. 
Tirrie, 115 )i. 
TocKETTS, 445-6, 42, 73, 

340. 
Todd, 6. 434. 
Tolson, 382, 474. 
Tomlinson, Thomlinson, 

305, 510. 
Tooker. 54. 
ToPHAM, Toplian, 448-9, 

15, 131. 272, 317. 
Torre, 393. 
Towers, 479. 
Towneley, 3, 96, 180, 

437. 
Townend, 352. 
Towry, 151, 431. 
Trappes, 160, 522. 
Tratle, 457. 
Travers, 415. 
Trebeck, 202. 
Tregenna, 386. 
Trench, 108, 243. 
Trenchard, 211. 
Tripp, 150. 
TroUop, 84. 
Trubshaw, 327. 
Trueman, 416. 
Tucker, 204. 
Tuite, 164. 
Tunstall, 29. 
Tup, 165. 
Turner, 11, 72, 103. 

172, 182, 266, 285. 
Turton, 221. 
TveddeU, 342. 
Twisleton, 398, 469. 
Twyer, 186. 
Tyrwhytt, 297. 



Udwart, 215. 
Ughtred, 355. 
Usher, 172, 182, 



Vadcoe, Vodka, 289. 

Van Walkenbrough, 446. 

Vanburgh, 67. 

Vane, 314. 

Vaughan, 230, 293, 318, 

Vavasor, 99, 107. 129, 134, 
162, 171, 313-4, 427, 
452, 466, 473. 

Verdon, 467. 

Vere, Lord, 182. 

Vernon, 154. 

Vicars, 108. 

Viokerman, 308. 

Vincent, 108, 356-7, 397. 



Waddington, 341. 
Wade,Waide,46, 121, 149, 

172, 305. 
Wadeson, 414. 
Wadleson, 53. 
Wadsworth, 516. 
Waggett. 468. 
Wagsta£f, 182. 
Waines, 24. 
Wainhouse, 302. 
Wainwright, 235. 
Waite, 341, 350 n. 
Wake, 75. 

Wakefield, 367-71, 94. 
Waldby, 125. 
Walesby, 349. 
Walker, 9, 40, 113, 1.54, 

291.9, 34.3, 389, 403.8, 

615. 
WaU, 64. 

Waller, 344-6. 357. 
Wahnsley, 249 n. 
Walstead, 163. 
WalthaU, 168, 399. 
Walton, 214, 467. 
Walworth, 402. 
Wandesford, 318. 
Wanleys, 270, 390. 
Warburton, 371. 
Warco])p, 10, 318, 483. 
Ward, Warde, 10, 12, 27, 

31.2. 226, 230, 386-7, 

391,432,446,485,515-6. 
Wardall, 487. 
Wardman, 302. 
Warren, 164, 186. 
Warrener, 501. 
Warton, 76, 264. 



540 



UUGDALES VISITATION OF YORKSHIRE. 



</ 



Wartyr, 193. 
Washington, 414. 
Wastell, 254-6. 4'^ K 
Wastell, 254-6, 36, 53, 

432, 492. 508. 
Waterhou.se, 77, 107, 112, 

234, 333. 
Waterton, 53, 83-4, 195, 

Watkin, Watkyn, 168,311. 
Watkm.5011, 15, 56. 
Watmough, 207. 
Watson. 165-7, 3, 68, 154, 

162, 227, 247, 293, 363.6, 

378, 436, 504-5. 
Watters, Watter, 7, 141, 

297, 356. 
Watts, 208. 
Waud. 164. 
Waugh, 17^. 
WawTne, 464. 
Waynd, 425. 
Wayte. 437, 96, 385, 412, 

452. 
Web, 79. 
Webster, 21, 213, 232.4, 

273. 
WeddeU, 281, 386. 
Weedon, 393. 
Welburn, 466. 
Welby, 333.5. 
Weldon, 259. 
Wells, 451. 
Wencelagh, 239. 
Wenlock, Lord, 153. 
Wentwobth, 363-7, 47, 

60, 96. 121,3.9, 1.S8, 152, 

166, 190, 203, 213, 222, 

356, 401. 
West 99, 108, 479, 515. 
Westall, 158. 
Westby, 328.9. 
Western, 217. 
Westmorland, 224, 293. 
WetenhaU, 255. 
WethereU, 9, 222. 
Wetberhead, 473. 
Whalley, 64. 
Wharton, 338, 348. 
Wheathe. 347-8, 2: 
^ 482. 



,464, 



Wheatlev. Wiitlcy, 32, 

11,3. 181. 
Whetham, 152. 
Wiiitaker. 32. 3S3. 
White, 24, 58, 160, 336, 

428. 484. 505. 
Whitfield, 145. 
Whitehead, 256. 
Wnitlamb, 127. 
Whitmore, 155. . 

Wbittmgton, 142. .iir 
^litworth, 19. V I 
Wickliam. 132. 198 n, 302, 

467. 
Widdrmgton, 102. 
Wiggin, 225. 
Wiggener, 496, 509. 
Wigglesworth, 374. 

WlLBEKFOKCE. 467-9. 

Wilbekforce. 467-9, 194, 

425. 
Wildebore. 61. 
Wildman, 152. 
Wilkes, 451. 
Wilkinson, 387-8, 476, 

46, 253, 322, 342, 359, 

378, 412, 460. 
Willands, 432. 
WiUiams. 228, 255, 276. 
Williamson, 115, 208, 253, 

338. 341, 362, 374, 428, 

469, 482. 
WiUey, 417. 
Wilhngton, 512. 
WlUis,' 319. 
Willoiigby, 132, 332. 
Wihner, 319. 
Wihiiot, 328. 
Wilsford, 459. 
Wilsthorpe, 118. 
Wiltshire, Earl, 214. 
Wilson, 35, 61, 81, 109, 

137, 249, 283, 304, 342, 

373, 386, 463, 477, 491, 



Winchelsea 

214. 
Windham, 418, 
Wingate, 118. 
Winge, 509. 
Wingfield, 516. 



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Winn, 126. 
Winteringham, 509. 
Wise, 501 
Witham, 290. 
Witliers, 308. 
WiTTiE. 139-40. 
WitteU. 100. 
Wittingham. 380. 
Witton. 31. 
Wodelker. 514. 
WombweU. 523. 
Wolfe, 152. 
Wolsev. 410. 
Wolstuden. 501, 
Wood, 183-4, 44, 57, 60, 

91, 120, 130, 156 n, 166, 

174.6, 189, 190.8 », 219, 

237, 270.3, 409, 440, 

509. 
Woodhouse, 328. 
Woodruffe, 102, 219. 
Woodyeare, 34. 
Woolen, 209. 
Wordsworth, 392-3. 
Worfolke, 498. 
Workedge, 256. 
WoBMLEY, 357-60, 64.8, 

T^, 108.9, 399, 300, 344, 

361, 370. 
Worrall, 365. 

WoKSLEY, 56-9, 51, 384,7*-»<»9'''*'' • 
Wortley, 8, 52, 107, 300. 
Wrangham, 299. 
Wright, 455-6. 
Wyldon, 81. 
Wymarke, 179. 
Wytham, 258, 423. 
Wyvell, WyvU, 90-2,489- 

90, 25.6.9. 45, 66, 179, 

188, 220, 259, 298, 432, 

5.6. 



Yakborough, Yarburgh, 
62-70, 50, 89, 166, 200, 

Young, 266, 340, 417, 470. 
Younger, 17. 

YowARD, 318-20, 72, 177. 
362. 



Hf.ckman 

I N D E R Y. INC. 



JAN 04 

I. MANCHESTER, INDIANA 46962