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Full text of "Pedigrees recorded at the visitations of the county palatine of Durham made by William Flower, Norroy king-of-arms, in 1575, by Richard St. George, Norroy king-of-arms, in 1615, and by William Dugdale, Norroy king-of-arms, in 1666"

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GENEIALOGY COLLECTION 



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PEDIGREES RECORDED 

AT THE 

VISITATIONS 

OF THE 

COUNTY PALATINE 

OF 

DURHAM 

■ MA'Ut UV ^ 

William Flower, Norroy King-of-Arms, in 1575, 

BY 

Richard St. George, Norroy King-of-Arms, in 1615, 

AND BY 

William Dugdale, Norroy King-of-Arms, in 1666. 



EDITED BY 

JOSEPH FOSTER, 

Editor of the ''Yorkshire Visitations, 1384-5 and 1612,'' and of the 
"Middlesex Visitation^ 166^-4" 

ILLUSTRATED Witll UPWARDS OF 150 COATS OF ARMS. 



JUO PRIVATELY PRINTED FOR 

9^9.7=^6^ JOSEPH FOSTER, 21, BOUNDARY ROAD, 
9 3^.^ FINCHLEY ROAD, LONDON, N.W. 

1887. 



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PREFACE 








1 



IT has been my endeavour, in the present work, to accomplish for my 
native county an undertaking of a unique character, namely, an 
absolutely complete record, within the compass of a single volume, 
of all its Visitation Pedigrees. For no English county has such a record 
ever yet been attempted. 

I have shown myself quaHfied, I trust, for a task to which I have long 
looked forward, by my previous labours in similar fields, having edited 
in 1875 the" Visitations of Yorkshire made in 1584-5 and 1612,"— the 
largest and most complete Visitation volume that has yet issued from 
the press ('j ; and again, early in the present year, the " Vi_sitation_ of 
Middlesex began in 1663 " ; the only volume of printed Visitations which 
can claim to be taken from the original records in the archives of the 
College of Arms (D. 17). 

I may at once proceed to give a brief account of the successive 
Visitations of the Palatinate, based on a paper in the Herald and 
Genealogist, vol. ii., 515, presumably from the pen of the late Mr. John 
Gough Nichols. 

DURHAM. 

1. In Tonge's Visitation of the Northern Counties, begun at Sir Bryan Stapylton's, 

7 August, 1530, seven Durham pedigrees are included, viz., Brackenbury, 
Bulmer, Hedworth, Baron Hilton, Lumley Lord Lumley, Nevill Earl of 
Westmorland, and Tonge. This Visitation was edited by W. II. D. 
Longstaffe, Esq., for the Surtees Society, in 1863. 

2. In the Durham Visitation made by William Flower, Norroy, and Robert 

Glover, BortcuUis, in 1575, there are 56 pedigrees. The first entry is dated 
at Auckland, 29 July, and the last at Wynyard, 13 September. This 
Visitation was edited by Nicholas John Fhilipson, Esq., F.S.A.Newc. 

3. In the Visitation of 1615, taken by Richard St. George, Norroy, and Henry 

St. George, Bluemantle, there are 102 pedigrees. It was begun at the 
Widow Hudspeth's in the City of Durham, the order of Norroy to the Bailiff 
of Chester Ward bearing date 14 August, in that year (see pp. 342-4)- This 
Visitation was edited by Sir Cuthbert Sharp and J. B. Taylor, Esq., of 
Sunderland. 

4. In the Visitation of 1666, taken by William (afterwards Sir William) Dugdale, 

Norroy King-of-Arms, there are 62 pedigrees. This Visitation, unlike the 
others, has never yet been published. Its inclusion in the present work 
makes the collection perfect. 

(1) "The labour must have been enormous, but SO was the love for it It is the most 

perfect book of its kind within our knowledge, and we heartily wish Mr. Foster a reward 
commensurate with his very great merits." — Notes &' Queries. 



IV PREFACE. 

Of the Visitation of 1615 thirty copies only were printed, but of the 
earlier Visitation of 1575, 140 or 160 copies are stated to have been 
struck off. From the disparity in the numbers, it may be inferred that 
the earlier Visitation was not a commercial success, nor is this to be 
wondered at when we reflect that it actually does not contain even a 
list of the pedigrees, much less a list of names, matches, or arms. A step 
in advance was, however, made in the later Visitation (1615), which 
boasts an alphabetical list of pedigrees. 

Having regard, then, to the scarcity of these volumes, to their awkward 
size, and to the fact that they are practically unavailable by reason 
not only of their costliness (purchasers having to pay five or six guineas 
for each of them), but also because they have no indices, I decided to 
produce a working edition at a moderate cost, especially as I received 
encouragement from those whose help is of the greatest value and 
importance. 

My ever-courteous friend, Edward Bellasis, Esq., Lancaster Herald, 
has allowed me to verify that part of the work which represents the 
important Visitation Pedigrees recorded by Dugdale in 1666, thus 
enabling me to include for the first time, as was my purpose, in one 
volume the whole of the Visitation Pedigrees of the county of Durham. 
I further had the good fortune, owing to the kindly feeling of the Fellows 
of Queen's College, Oxford, and to the cordial co-operation of my friend 
the Provost, to be allowed to collate the printed editions of the Visitation 
Pedigrees of 1575 and 1615 with the valuable manuscript copies now in 
the College Library (i). I was thus enabled to make numerous corrections 
and many important additions. 

In this volume I have purposely discarded the Herald's Latin of 
Flower's Visitation, not only for the sake of securing uniformity, but 
also because I am in sympathy in this matter with Surtees, the most 
able of county historians (*). Therefore, as in my Yorkshire Visitations, 
" I have not adopted the time-honoured plan of reprinting a manuscript 
precisely as it has been transcribed, merely for the sake of recording 
the peculiarities, which generally mean the ignorance, of the scribe." 
As to the arrangement I have adopted for the pedigrees, it is based on 
the one object that I have kept steadily in view, namely, to produce a 
working volume, complete in itself, moderate in cost, and as convenient 
as possible for every-day use. It has been my endeavour to make the 
book one that shall be perfect of its kind, in illustration as well as in 
system, and I trust that my efforts in this direction may be approved 
by my local friends, as well as by my fellow-genealogists. 

A peculiar interest attaches to these printed Visitations of the 

(i) Queen's College Library contains a very numerous and interesting collection of genealogical 
and heraldic manuscripts {vide " Catalogue Codicum MSS. Coll. et Auli Oxon," by Rev. H. O. 
Coxc), bequeathed by Sir Joseph Williamson (Secretary of State, 1674-9 ; matric. from Queen's 
Coll., 18 November, 1650, as a servitor ; 15. A., 1654; M.A., 1657; cr. D.C.L., 27 June, 1674), 
who died 3 October, 1701, buried in Westminster Abbey. The chief point of interest in the 
copy of the 1575 Visitation is the form of verification at the foot of most of the pedigrees, and 
which are here i)rinted for the first time. This manuscript bears the name of William Bybey, 
1649. The manuscript of the Visitation of 1615 contains the following inscription: "Bought 
of the daughter of Henry Lillcy, Rouge Dragon." Lilley died 19 August, 1638. — Noble s College 
pj Arms, 250. 

(2) " Flower (Visit. 1575), in Latin which rivals the ^ Fenwickorum Forsteronim' of Sir 
Claudius Korster's Epitaph, calls Richard Baynbrigg 'Jilius junior Baynbriggorum de 
Sncttoton,' which means little more probaljly than that he was in some shape or other a 
descendant of that family, though possibly by no means an immediate Cadet." — Baynbrigg oj 
Whcatlcy llill—Siirtccs' ^' History n/Di/r/taiii," vol. i., p. loi. 



PREFACE. V 

Palatinate because they were the first records of the kind ever 
published. That of 1575 was printed by S. Hodgson, of Newcastle, 
its preface being dated 10 April, 1820; and that of 1615 was printed in 
Sunderland (my native town) by T. Reed & Son, and must have 
followed very shortly, for it is reviewed in the Gcntlcmatis Magazine of 
September, 1S20, p. 250. Of the Visitation of 1575 the reviewer thus 
wrote : — 

" The publication of an entire Heraldic Visitation, uncombined with other 
matter, is a perfect novelty in the annals of genealogical literature." — Gentleman's 
Magazine, July, 1820, vol. ii., p. 45. 

These volumes were followed in the same year by an edition of the 
"Visitation of Middlesex, 1663," under the editorship of Sir Thomas 
Phillipps, Bart. 

It may well be that the appearance of the earlier portions of 
Surtees' " History of the County" had aroused the genealogical spirits 
of the north, and led the editors of these Visitations to cause 
the respective Harleian manuscripts in the British Museum to be tran- 
scribed, and then to publish them at their own cost. Their publication 
evidently gave the cue to Sir Thomas Phillipps, which was in turn taken 
up by the Camden Society in 1849, by my relative the late J. G. Bell in 
1853 (son of the late Thomas Bell, F.S.A., of Newcastle-upon-Tyne), by the 
Surtees Society in 1859, and the Cheetham Society in 1870, culminating in 
the formation of the Harleian Society (of which my friend the late Colonel 
Chester, D.C.L., was a founder) ; but even the Harleian Society has 
been unable to keep pace with the increasing interest in this branch of 
genealogical record, so that volunteers have swelled the ranks, and at 
their own cost and charge have edited and issued many additional 
Visitations, among whom will be found the names of Colby, Fenwick, 
Marshall, Metcalfe, Vivian, and Weaver, so that every English county 
has now, or will very shortly have, one or more of its Heraldic Visita- 
tions in print. 

Having now stated the origin of printed Visitations, I may be excused 
from repeating my opinion on the merits of these records, as their value 
is fully understood by the well-informed (preface to Yorkshire Visitations, 
pp. vi. and vii. ; Herald and Genealogist^ vol. ii., p. 185) ; but I would 
take this opportunity of drawing attention to some noteworthy facts 
respecting the editors of these first-printed Durham Visitations. 

Nicholas John Philipson (F.S.A.Newc), the first editor of a 
Visitation, " sailed as a merchant to South America, and died at St. 
Jago de Cuba, 29 April, 1822, and was buried in the Cathedral of that 
City." He was brother to Ralph Park Philipson, Alderman of Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne, sons of Nicholas Philipson, of Shield Field House, 
Newcastle, whose father John and grandfather Nicholas were yeomen of 
Broadwood, in the parish of Stanhope, co. Durham. — Herald and 
Genealogist. 

From the fact that Mr. Philipson's coat of arms appears in each 
Visitation, it may be inferred that he was the leading spirit in both 
publications, though the editors of the 161 5 Visitation are named as Sir 
Cuthbert Sharp, F.S.A., and J. B. Taylor, both Sunderland men by birth. 

Sir Cuthbert Sharp (brother of Hercules Sharp, sons of Cuthbert 
Sharp, of Sunderland, shipowner, by his wife Susannah, sister of Brass 
Crosby, Lord Mayor of London, 1 770-1 ; M.P., Honiton, 1768-74 ; died 



VI PREFACE. 

14 February, 1793), born at Sunderland in 1781, was educated at 
Greenwich under Dr. Burney, having among his school-fellows Francis 
Lake, who became 2nd Viscount Lake and a Lieut.-General in the Army, 
and Edward, afterwards General Sir Edward Blakeney, G.C.B., G.C.H., 
K.T.S., Szc. Sir Cuthbert held a commission in a regiment of Fencible 
Cavalry during an Irish rebellion, 1799 ; he visited France shortly after 
the Peace of Amiens, 27 March, 1S02, but was detained a prisoner of 
war on the resumption of hostilities in 1S03. On his return to England 
several years after, he settled at Hartlepool, and was knighted 28 July, 
1814, became INIayor, and during his year of office he published the 
" History of Hartlepool," reviewed in the Gcntlemaii s Magazine, 1816, i., 
534. He devoted himself to compiling the pedigrees of the Minor 
Gentry in order to assist Mr. Surtees in that portion of his history 
of the county ; the initials C.S., surmounted by a rose, mark the 
pedigrees he compiled. Sir Cuthbert was collector of Customs at the 
port of Sunderland from 1S23 until 1S45, when he was promoted to the 
coUectorship at Newcastle, where he continued until his death, 17 August, 
1849. Author of "Memorials of the RebeUion of 1569," and other 
works. — See Gc7itlcinaiis ISIagasijic. 

Of Sir Cuthbert's co-editor, John Brough Taylor, of Sunderland, 
surgeon, there is little to record beyond his marriage, 29 April, 1812, 
with Mary Elizabeth, daughter of Jonathan Midgley, Esq., of Newcastle, 
and his death in October, 1824. 

I am proud to follow in the footsteps of these early pioneers, and to 
show that their spirit is not extinct among the sons of the county 
palatine. As it has been said {Impl. Diet, of Universal Biography) 
of my relative, Mr. Birket Foster, that he " belongs both by birth and 
training to the Newcastle School of Art, though for many years he 
has been a resident in London," so, under precisely similar circum- 
stances I deem it my greatest privilege to belong to the Durham 
School of Genealogy and Heraldry, now represented in the person of 
W. H. D. Longstaffe, Esq., the historian of Darlington. 

It has been already shown that the first two Visitations ever published 
were printed at Newcastle and Sunderland respectively, and that the 
first editor, Mr. Philipson, came of a Durham family, though of Newcastle 
by birth, and that the other three editors were all Sunderland men born. 
Yet these names do not exhaust the list of Sunderland men who have 
done yeomen service for Heraldry and local History. I am just 
old enough to remember the venerable engraver of Fawcett Street, 
Thomas Robson (not to be confounded with the late Robert Robson, 
F.S.A.Newc), to whom we are indebted for the "British Herald "('), 
a fine armorial work and worthy of imitation. 

The historians of Sunderland, too, are ever present to my mind's 
eye. How vividly I can recall old George Garbutt(-) in his quaint 
stationer's shop and lending library, the librarian also overhead of 
the Sunderland subscription library, where nearly thirty years ago my 
genealogical aspirations were strengthened and guided by a friend still 
living in the person of John Maude Ogden, Esq., of Sunderland. 

(') The " British Herald ; or, Cabinet 'of Armorial Bearings of the Nobility and Gentry 
Great Britain and Ireland," by Xliomas Robson, Sunderland, 1830, 3 vols. 410. He' died 
21 March, 1864, aged Si. 

(-) " A Historical and Descriptive View of the Parishes of Monkwearmouth and Bishopwcar- 
moulh, and the Port and Borough of Sunderland," by George Garbutt, Sunderland, 1S19, 8vo. 
He died 28 November, 1859, aged 67. 



PREFACE. Vii 

Nor must I omit Jerry Summers ('), that erratic combination of town's 
busybody, local historian, and buffoon, who immortalised himself locally by 
upbraiding the apathy of the Town Councillors apropos of an additional 
grant for a free library in his pithy vernacular, " ye na n'owt, ye never 
did na n'owt, and ye never will na n'owt." 

But here, I must draw to a close, with an apology for so garrulous a 
preface on the ground that such an opportunity of addressing the friends 
of one's youth occurs but once in a lifetime (-). 

JOSEPH FOSTER. 
21, Boundary Road, 

FiNCHLEY Road, London, N.W. - 
September, 1S87. 



(i) "The History and Antiquities of Sunderland, Bishopwearmouth, S:c., from the Earliest 
Authentic Records down to the Present Time," vol. i., by Jeremiah William Summers, Sunder- 
land, 1S53, 8vo. He died 14 July, 1871, aged 71. 

(2) For the information of those who may desire to consult the various MS. copies of the 
Durham Visitations, I may state that a list of them will be found in Mr. Sims' Manual for the 
Genealogist, &c., page 165. 



LIST OF PEDIGREES 



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Asmall, of Amerston 

Barnes, of Bedborne 

Baynbrisjg, of Snotlerton 

Baynbrigg, of Wheteley Hill 
Baynbrigg, of Freer House 
BeckwitK of Nutwithcoat 

Bellasis, of Morton 

Billingham, of Crook Hall 

Blackett, of Woodcrofte 

Blakiston, of Blakiston 

Blakiston, of Gibside 

Blakiston, of Sadbery and Seaton 
Blakiston, of Thornton Hall 

Blenkinsop, of Byrtley 

Booth, of Silksvvorth 

Booth, of Old Durham 

Bower, of Oxenfield ... ■■■....■■• ^J 

Bowes, of Streatlam, Barnes and Biddick 37 

Bowes, of Streatlam 39 

Bowes, of Thornton 4^ 

Brabant, of Pedgbank 43 

Brackenbury, of Sellaby 45 

Brandling, of Felling 47 

Bristow, of Great Lumley ... ... ;•. 49 

Brown, of Hardwicke Priors, co. Warwick 51 

Bulmer, of Tursdale 

Bunny, of Ryton 

Burwell, Chancellor of Durham 

Butler, of P.ishop Auckland 

Byerley, of Midridge Grange 

Calverley, of Littleburn 

Carr, of St. Helen, Auckland 

Chamber, of Cleadon 

Chaytor, of P.utterby 

Clavering, of Axwell 

Cla.\ton, of Wynyard 

Claxton, of Old Park 

Clopton, of Sledwish 

Colmore, of Durham 

Comyn, of Durham 

Conycrs, of Sockburne and Layton 

Conyers, of Horden 

Conyers, of Wooley 

Cooper, of Durham 

Cosin, Lord Bishop of Durham 

Crosyer, of Newbigginge ... • 

Davison, of Blakeston, Thornlcy, and 
Wingate (Irangc 

Dawson, of Unthanke 

Dearham, of P.rimelawe 

Dethick, of Amerstone 

Dodsworlh, of Stranton 

Downes, of Kvcnwood 

Draper, of Hcadlam 



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Dudley, of Chopwell 

Eden, of West Aukland 

Elstob, of Foxton 

Eure, of Elvet 

Ewbanke, of Durham 

Fetherstonhalgh, of Stanhope 
FetheistonhalgTi, of Stanley 

Forcer, of Kellow 

Forster, of Durham 

Frevile, of Hardwick 

Fulthorpe, of Tunstall 

Fulthorpe, of Tunstall 

Garnett, of EgglesclifTe 

Garth, of Headlam 

Gifford, of Darlington 

Gill, of Haughton 

Haggerston, of Haggerston Castle 
Hagthorpe, of Nettlesworthe 
Hall, of Consett and Birtley 

Hall, of Hollenbushe 

Hall, of Newsam 

Halliman, of Lumley 

Hardinge, of HoUingsj'de 

Harrison, of Bishop Auckland ... 

Heath, of Kepier 

Hebborne, of Shotton 

Hedworth, of Harraton 

Heighington, of Greystones 

Heron, of East Thickley 

Hilliard, of Durham 

Hilton, of Hilton 

Hilton, of Durham 

Hodgson, of Hebburn 

Hull, of Ousterley Field 

Hutchinson, of Durham 

Hutton, of Durham 

Hutton, of Durham 

Hutton, of Hunwyke 

Jackson, of Harraton 

James, Bishop of Durham 

Jenison, of Walworth, co. Durham 

Johnson, of Twissell 

Johnston, of Kibblesworth 

Kendall, of Thorp 'I'hules 

Kennct, of Coxhow 

Killinghall, of Middleton St. George 

Lambert, of Owlton 

Lambton, of ISelsis 

Lambton of Lambton 

Langtou and Conyers, of \\ynyard 

Lawson, of Usworthe 

Lee, of Fishburn 

Liddell, of Ravensworth 

Lilburne, of I'hickley 



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LIST OF PEDIGREES. 



Lumley, Lord Lumley 

Machell, of Pitfield 

Machon, of Sherborne 

Maddison, of Uiithanke and Newcastle 

Maddison, of Saltwellside ... 

Madockes, of Skirmingham 

Maire, of Hardwick 

Marche, of Redworthe 

Marshall, of Sellaby 

Martin, of Durham 

Mascall, of Durham 
Middleton, of Seaton 
Middleton, of Silksworth ... 
Middleton, of Barnard Castle 

MiUot, of WhitehiU 

M it ford, of Pespoole 
Morgan, of Mill-Houses ... 
Nevill, Earl of Westmorland 

Orde, of Fishburne 

Pemberton, of Aislabie 
Perkinson, of Beaumondhill 
Pilkington, Bishop of Durham 

Place, of Halnaby 

Place, of Dinsdale 

Porter, of Shieldroe .. 
Preston, of East Morton ... 
Punshon, of West Herrington 
Ratcliffe, of Newton Hansard 
Richardson, of Durham 
Riddell, of Gateshead 
Kobson, of West Morton ... 
Rowe, of Plaws worth 
Salvin, of Croxdale 
Sanderson, of Brancepeth ... 



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Sanderson, of Eggleston ... 

Scurfield, formerly Scruteville, of Kibbles 

worth ... 

Selby, of ^Vhitehouse 
Shaftoe, of Anvill and Swalwell 
Shaftoe, of Tanfield Leigh 
Skepper, of Durham 
Smith, of Durham ... 
Surtees, of Middleton-one-Row 
Surtees, of Ravensworth ... 
Swinburne, of Durham 
Tempest, of Stella ... 
Thirkeld, of Durham 
Tomlinson, of Gateside 
Tonge, of West Thickley ... 

Trollope, of Morden 

Trotter, of Helmdon 

Trotter, of the Ashes 

Tunstall, of Gotham Mandeville 
Vane, of Long Newton 
Vasey, of Newlands 
Ward, of Bishop- Middleham 

Ward, of Trimdon 

Watson, of Whitworth 

Wharton, of Wingate Grange 

Wharton, of Old Parke 

White, of Redheughe 

Wilkinson, of Harperley ... 

Williamson, of .St. Helen, Auckland 

Wilson, of Lumley ... 

Wortley, of Langley 

Wrenne, of Binchester 

Wright, of Durham ... 

Wvcliffe. of Offerton 



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Norroy's Warrant to the Bailifl'of the Ward of Chester, 1615' 

Persons Disclaimed 

Index of Pedigrees and Matches 

Index of Arms and Disclaimers 



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345-356 
•■ 357-8 



MR. FOSTER'S WORKS, 



Alumni Oxonienses, Vol. I., price i guinea to Subscribers, now ready; 

Vol. II. in the Press. 
The British Peerage and Baronetage for the Years i8So, 

i88r, 1882, and 18S3. Out of Print. 
Our Noble and Gentle Fainiilies of Royal Descent, 2 vols., 

4to., price 2 guineas each. 
Durham Visitations, 1575, 1615, and 1666, price 2 guineas. 
Yorkshire Visitations, 1585 and 1612. Out of Print. 
Middlesex Visitations, 1663, price i guinea. 
London Marriage Licences, 1521- 1869, price 3 guineas. 
Collectanea Genealogica, 4 vols., price 4 guineas. 
Men-at-the-Bar, 18S5, I guinea. 

Members of Parliament— Scotland, 1357-1882, i guinea. 
County Families — Yorkshire, 3 vols. Out of Print. 
County Families — Lancashire, i vol. Out of P7-int. 



PRIVATELY-PRINTED FAMILY PEDIGREES. 

Penningtoniana, price 2 guineas. 

Fox of Falmouth, price i guinea. 

Harris of Fordingbridge. Not for sale. 

Wilson of Kendal. Out of Print. 

Foster of Cold Hesledon, co. Durham, 1862. Out of Print. 



PROJECTED WORKS, 18SS. 
Royal Descents : a Series of Chart Pedigrees only, 2 guineas. 
Lincoln's Inn Admissions, 2 guineas. 
County Families of Northumberland, Westmoreland, and 

Cu.MBERLAND, in 2 vols., 6 guineas. 
Sims' Index to Heralds' Visitations. /// Progress. 

A sixtccn-pnge Prospectus of the aliovc-named works will be forwarded on 
application to Mr. Joseph Foster, 21, Boundary Road, London, N,W, 



recorded by the heralds at their 
Visitations of the County Palatine of Durham 

IN 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



^small at ^xntt^tm. 



No proofe of arms. 



Ilugli Asmall of Asmall, neei-=p. . , . dau. of 
Ormeskirke, in co. Lane. I .... Kirby. 



Thomas Asmall of Aughton,=p dau. of .... Worthing- 

in CO. Lane, died about. 1620. ton of co. Lane. 

I 

I i 

Thomas Asmall of Aughton,=j=^ Anne, dau. of Thomas Letlier- EHzabeUi, 
in eo. Lane., died about. 1644. I borough of Aughton. died unm. 



Thomas Asmall of Amerston, in=j=Dorothy, dau. of Ferdi- Ellen, wife of 



CO. pal. Durham, aged 45 ann. 
20 Aug., 1666. 



nando HuddlestcHi of Lyonell Butchard 
^Milium Castle, in eo. of Aughton, in eo. 
Cumb., Esq. Lane. 



I 1 — I 1 1 

4. Raphe, 3. John, 2. Ferdinando, i. Thomas, Catherine, 

aged n. aged ij. aged 15. agul i8yrs., aged loyrs., 

20 Aug., 1666. 2uAug., i66(j 

Certijicd l>y Thomas Asjiall. 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



18 arms ot %thhatnL 




Arms.— Ouarleily or and vert, on a fess sable three estoiles or 
ill dexter chief a crescent for diflerence. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



BARNES OF BEDBORNE. 

Bames.=f= 

I 

r ^-n 

Henry Bames,=j=--dau. of Richard Barnes, 
eldest Sonne •••Gifford Bishop of Durham. 



John, 2. Will. Barnes^pBarbara, dau. of 3. Richard. 4. James. 

1st Sonne. of Bedbonie in Thomas Tmner 
CO. Pal. of Damton. 



i— , I 1 — I 1 1 — I — I — I 

2. Thomas. Christopher, Bridget, vAIe to Anne, wife to 3. Margaret. 

3. Henry. sonne&heir, Brian Belt. Richard Heron 4. KHz. 

4. William. set. 24, 1615. ofBekenfield. 5. Jane. 

6. Dorothy. 



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DX'RHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



iJagnbrigge ol ^nott^rtun* 




Arms. — Argent, on a chevron between three 
Coniish choughs sable as many stags' heads 
caboshcd of the field. 

Crest. — A stags' head erased argent, at- 
tired or. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



BAYNBRIGGE OF SNOTTERTON. 



Richard Baynbrigge, of Snotterton,= 
in the bishoprick of Durham. 



John Baynbrigge. = 



Richard Baynbrigge. =p 



John Baynbrigge, son & heir.= 



John Baynbrigge, of .Snotterton.=pAnne, dau. of Ralph Sherwood. 

I — I \ 1 I 

2. Henry. I. Anthony=pAnne, dau. of 4. Ral]ih, junior. 

3. Ralph. Baynbrigge,' . . Thirkell, of 5. Cuthbert. 

son & heir. | Denton. 

I \ 1 ' 1 — 1 

Thomas. Henry. George Bainbrigge, of=pElizabeth, dau. of Charles. 



Snotterton, a 1575. 



Richard Bowes, John, 

sister of Sir George 
Bowes, Knt. 



I i . 

Richard Baynbrigge, Prancis. 

son Sc heir. 

T/iis piidii;rcc is ivitiitsscii for ti iie by the siihscription of 
Giwgc Bayiihrigqc 0/ i>itoth': inn ajoirsnid, on Fryday, the 29° 
July a° 1575, at AiLklauit, in tlic Bishoprick oj Durham. 

George Bavnbrige. 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



UiT^nkigj of Wljjetdej-IjilL 




Arms. — i and 4. 



2 and 3. 



Baynbrige— Arjjent, on a chevron 
between tlirce Cornish choughs 
sable, beaked and legged argent, 
as many stags' heads caboshed 
of the field ; an escallop for dif- 
ference. 

Rodes — Azure, three annulets or, 
on a chief argent a greyhound 
courant of the second, collared 
gules. 



RECORDED 1 575, 1615 AND 1 666. 



BAYNBRIGG OF WHETELEY HILL. 



Richard Ba}Tibrige,= 
of Wheteley-hill, a 
younger son of Bayn- 
brige, of Snotterton. 



^Agnes, dau. 8c heir 
of Robert Rodes.^ 



Phihp Ba\-nbrige,=j=Margaret, dau. of 

of Wheteley-hill, Strangwayes, 

CO. Durham. of Smeaton. 



-J 



Francis Baynbrige,=p]Marger)', dau. of 



of Wheteley-hill, 
CO. Durham. 



Thomas Blaykeston, 
of Blaykeston. 



T — r 



I — I — r 
Elizabeth. Alice. 

Eleanor. 
Deborah. 



Frances. 
Susan. 



2. Phihp. 

3. Robert. 

4. Anthoiif. 

5. John. 



Thomas Baynbrige,= 
of Wheteley-hill, 
A" 1575. Now 
livinge, 1615. 



Catherine, 
dau. of John 
Hedworth, 
of Hana- 
ton. 



Isabell, dau.=f=John Ba}m-=j=Frances, 



of Anthony 
Welbury, 

1st wife. 



Francis Mary. 
Sonne & 
heire, set. 
14, 1615. 



brigge, son 
& heir. 



dau. of 
Robert 
Robson, 
2nd ^vife. 



Philip Bayn- 
brigge. 



^Hester, dau. of 
William Baynbrige, 
of Lockington, in 
Leicestershire. 



I — I — i — I 

2. Henry. 2. Thomasin. 

3. Ralph. 3. P'rances. 



I — ^ 1 

2. John, Bamaby, Elizabeth. 
xt. 10. xt. 12, 
1615. 



Verefied by the subscription of Thomas Baynebrige, of Whdeley Hill-, 
ajoresayed, at Dufhatn, on Monday, the 5 of September, A°, 1575. 

Tho. Baynbrige. 



1 In Surtees' History of Durham, vol. i. p. loi, Richard Baynbrige is said to have married 
Alice, daughter of John Rodes, the niece and heiress of Robert Rodes, of Little Eden, Esq. 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES. 



Ija^nbrigg d fxttt Unus^. 




Akjis. -Ail;., tn a chevron between 3 
Coinihh choughs sa., as many stags' 
heads t alioshecl of the fiild; London, 
16 ^lay, 1(170. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



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of the forest of Tesedale, 4 & 5 
P. & M. 


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1. Durham, 2 Apl., 18 Hen. VII. 


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DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



lahlaiflj of Hatlaitljiuat. 




Arms — Argent, a chevron between three 
hinds' heads erased gules. 

Crest. — A roebuck's head, couped sable. 



RECORDED I575, 1615 AND 1666. 



BECKWITH OF NUTWITHCOAT. 

. . Beckwith of Clint, co. York.^p 



Richard Beckwith, a 2nd brother, he^p.. dau. of , . Conyers of Marske. 

WTot himself of Nutwithcoat in the I 

Bishopricke. 



Christopher Beckwith of Nutwithcoat. =f Catherine, dau. of . . Tunstall. 

I 
; ^ \ , 

Thomas.=j=Margaret, dau. Robert.=Isabella, Anthony,^Margaret, 



of Thomas 
Johnson . 



dau. of 2nd sonne. 

Birke. 



dau. of 
Loftis. 



Christopher, ^pjulian, dau. Christopher, i. Catherine. 4. Sarah. 

Sonne & of Thomas sonne &c 2. Dorothy. 5. Jane. 

heire. Spense. heire, aged 4, 3. Anne. 

1615. 



Thomas, sonne Sc heire, 
aet. 3, 1615, 



12 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



IdlBsts nf ilcrtau. 




Arms. — i. Arg., a chev. ^u. helw. ihice flcuis-de-lis az. lUiltisii. 

2. Or., a fess gu. bctw. tliree torteaiix. 

3. Arg. an inescutcheon and an orlc of martlets sa. 

Lcnpiing. 
4- Arg., tlircc boars' heads erased sa. armed or, within a 
border engrailed of the second 

5. Arg., two liars gu., on a canton of the seconil a lion 

passant of tlie iirsl. }>!lliii;^htun. 

6. Arg. two bars and three escallops in chief az., a 

crescent for difl'erence. Eniiigloii. 
Crest. — A stag's head erased proper, attired or, charged with 
a crescent for diHercnce. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND l66b. 



13 



BELLASIS OF MORTON. 



Sir William Bellases=pMargaret, dau. of Sir William 
of Newborough. I Fairfax of Gilling, Knt. 



Dorothy, wife 
to Thomas 
Metham. 



Richard, 
2nd Sonne. 



Sir Henr)' 
Bellases of 
Newborough, 
Knt., 1st Sonne. 



Brian BelIases=pMargt. dau. of James. 



of Morton in 
CO. Pal. 



Wm. Leigh (or 
Lee) East 
Brandon. 



William Bellasis=pMargt. eldest dau. of 



of Morton, Esq. 
living 1 61 5. 



Sir George Selby 
of Whitehouse, Knt., 



— I — r~i 
Mary. 
Joane. 
Margaret. 



Richard, sonne & heire, 
set. 3, 1615. 



— I 

Margaret. 



Elizabeth. 
William Bellases. 

See pedigree Surtees Durham, Vol. I. p. 203, and in Foster's Yorkshire Pedigrees, Vol. III. 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



liUingljam ot Crook fall. 




Arms. — Argent, three bars gules, on a quarter ot 
the second a lion passant gardant of the field. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



IS 



BILLINGHAM OF CROOK HALL. 



Cuthbert Billinghani of Crook-=i=Eleanor, sister of Richard 



hall, CO. pal. Durham. 



Hutton of Ilimwyke. 



Ralph Billingham of Crook Hall.=pIsabeUa, dan. of John Claxton 

I of Old Park. 



Elizabeth, dnu. of^John Billingham of^Alice, dan. of Ralph Cuthbert 



Roger Swinbiniie of 
Edlingham, North 
umberland. 



Crookhall, a° 1575. 



Margaret. John. Margery. Ann. 



Cla.xton of Wynyard, Billingham, 
rst wife. 2nd son. 



- — rn 

2. Richard. 



Ralph, 

aged 28, a'j 3. William, 

'575- 



l6 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



maikm of WoDkroftJ. 




Akms. 



Argent, on a chevron between three mullets sable, as 
many escallops of the iield ; />tr IVin Flmvcr, A'orroy, a~ 



RECORDED I575, 1615 AND 166G. 



17 



BLACKETT OF WOODCROFTE. 



Lionel, 
o.s.p. 



Alexander Blackett; 
of AVoodcrofte, in 
the bishoprick. 



■holas Blackett= 
\\'oodcrofte. 



=Elizabetli, dau. of 
William Barbon, 
in the bishopric 
(Barker in vis. 
1615). 

=Alice, dan. of Rowland 
Tempest of Holmsiile. 



Thomas Blackett of-pjane, dau. of William 
AVoodcrofte living | Wrenn of Binchester 
1575. in the Bishoprick. 



Anne. 



Margaret 
(or ilargerv 
1615.) 



William Blackett,= 
son & heir, aged 
20, 1575, livinge 
iGis. 



John, Sonne 
& heir. 



=E]ianor, dau. 
of Pe'er Mad- 
dison, of 
Unthanke. 



Muiiel. 

Elizabeth. 

Ursula. 



1 ! 

Jolm. 
Peter. 



William. Anne. Jane. Isabell. 



Vctijied for true by the sjihscriplio)t of the mark hereiDito of 
Thomas Blalcdt ajoresaid, at AxMand, on Saturday, 30 Jidv, 
a)ino 1575. 



iS 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



ISlaktston of llaluston. 




Arms, i. Blaykeston — Aij,'ent, two bars, in chief three cocks gules. 

2. Surtees — Ermine, on a canton fjules an orle argent 

3. I'oues — Krminc, three long hows bent in pale gules. 

4. Dakien — Argent, a cross patonce between four martlets 

sable. 

5. Conyers — Sable, a mannch or. 

6. Conyers — .Sable, a maunch or, an annulet for clifTerence 
Crest. A cock or, crested and wattled gules. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



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!BIakest0n tif ^ibstb^. 




Arms. i. Blaykeston — Argent, two bais, in chief three cocks gules. 

2. Surtecs — Ermine, on a canton gules an orle argent. 

3. Bowes — Ermine, tlnee long bows bent in pale gules. 

4. Daldcn — Argent, a cross patonce between four martlets 

sable. 

5. (^onyers — Sable, a mauncli or, 

(}. Conyers — Sable, a niaunch or, an annulet for diflcrence 
Crkst. A cock or, crested and wattled gules. 

" In the Visit" the arms are quarterly with Surtees, tho' certainly 
without any right." 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



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DrRHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



33lmihc5tou of ^abbtr^, 




A kMS. -Ardent, wilhin a hurduic cnj,'raikd sable, 
IwG bais, in chief lliicc cocks ^ntlcs ; ].cr \\'ni. Flower, 
>:onov, a- 1575 (a crescent for dillcrencc). 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND l66b. 



23 



BLAYKESTON OF SADBERY (1575) & OF SEATON 1615. 



Adam BlaykcstDn, of Sadbeiy,= 
in CO. Durham. Descended 
from the family of Blakiston of 
Blakiston in co. Durham. 



_J 



John Blaykoiton of Sadbeiy,^ 
1575, " of .Scaton, in right of his 
wife," 1615. 



^Margeiy, dau. of 
Richard Bucke of 
Sadben*. 



Ralph 

Blaykeston. 



Adam Blaykeston of=f=Ahson, dau. of 



Sadben-, living 1575. 



Edward Dale, of 
Dalton, in the 
Bishopric. 



Isabella, wife of 
William Smiton 
of Sadbery. 



Agnes. 



George Blaykeston=pFrances, dau. of Ralph Margaret. 



of Seaton, aged 20, 
1575- 



Hedworth of Pockerley. 



Ralph Blakcston= 
of Seaton, now 
livinge 161 5. 



=Mary, dau. of 
Martyn Halliman 
of Lunilev. 



Anne, wife to 
John Lister. 



Isabel, wife to 
Edward Maxwell. 



Vereiied for true by the subscription of Adam Blaykeston 
ajoresaid, at Durham, on Monday, yh St-f^tcinbcr, a''' 1575. 

N. 



24 



DCKHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES. 



J5lat3ktsf0it 0f ©Iiarntcn lall. 




Num.. - Art;en', -within a Ijoidure enyrailuil azure, 
two liais, ill chief Ihice cockb '-ulcs. 



RKCORDF.D I575, 1615 AND 1666. 



25 



BLAYKESTON OF THORNTON HALL. 



William Blavke.ston,=p clau. of 



lescendctl from the 
family of Blaykestun 
of Blavlveston. 



John Billinfjham. 



_j 



Thomas Blaykeston.=f= tlau. of AVilliam 

I Lawson, of "Washington. 

George Blaykeston, of Thornton=T=Margery, clau. of 



Hall, in the Bisho|)ricl 



John, 2nd son. Ralph Blaykeston, 
son & heir, a'' 1575- 



.Sorethwaites, in co. 
^Tottingham. 



Joan, wife of Simon 
Fulthorpe. 



Alice. 



Vcieficd Jor inu by the sLuhscription of Rauft BlaykisUm 
ajoresaid, at Durham, on Monday, 5 August, 1575. 

Raufe Blaykeston. 



26 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



fSknlunsopp^ of IBgrtkj. 



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4 -^^ 





ARiis. — Party pa pale argent and sable, a fesse ot 
the same between three garbs, counterchanged of the 
field ; ]ier Win. Flower, Xorroy, a 1575. 



RECORDED 1575, I615 AND 1666. 27 



BLENKINSOPPE OF BYRTLEY. 



Robert Blenkinsoppe.^Janet, dau. of Robert 
ofBjTtley, living 1575. Proctor of Tanfeilde. 



r ri I 1 — I 

John,aged25, Ralph. Robert. Jane, 

in 1575- Thomas. Alyson. 



Vcreficd by the subscription of R. B. ajorcsaycd at 
Durham, on Tuesday, the 6 of September, a^ 1575. 

Robert Blexkinsoppe. 



28 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



inotl} of ^ilbtoartl). 






Arms.— Quarterly— 1 (i 3. Arj^eiit, three boars' headb 
~ ' erect erased sa. — Booth. 

2 Si 4. Argent, a fess engrailed sable. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



BOOTH OF SILKS WORTH. 



Booth=p 

of Barton, co. 
Lane. 



John Booth of=j^Alice, dau. of 
Thonihill. I Gaunte. 



I I 

John Booth of Silks-=i=Ehzabeth, dau. of John 2. Charles, 
worth, 161 5. I Kendall of Newcastle- 

I on-Tyne. 

I — \ 1 ' I — I — I 1 

John. Thomas, sonne 8c 4. Henry. Margaret, wife to 

Abraham. heire, set 34, 1615. 1;. Peter. Robert Heckhngton. 

6. William, 



30 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



llaotlK of (DI& Hurliam. 




Arms.— I and 4. Booth— Argent, three boars' 
lieads erect and erased sable ; 
an annulet for diflerence. 
2 and 3. Fulthoiii— Argent, a cross 
molinc sable. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



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|50tor 0f ©itttMtr. 




Arms, — . . , , The colours not expressed. 



RECORDED I575, 1615 AXD 1 666. 



Zi 



BOWER OF OXENFIELD. 

Arms.— (In Herald's College copy)— Gu. a human leg vulned or, 
couped at tlie thigh, transpierced above the knee by a broken 
spear ppr. headed arg., on a canton azure, a tower triple 
turreted or, on a mural crown ppr. 

Cricst.— A human leg ppr. vulned, charged with a plate. 



William Bower 
ofLatham,inco. 
Lane. 



WilliamBower of Oxen-= 
held, in co. pal. livinge, 
1615 



=Jane, dau. of 
. . Brickwell. 



^EHzabeth, dau. of Capt. 
Robert Cane(') of Ber- 
wick-upon-Twecde. 



Margaret. =pStephen Jackson 
I of Berwick-upon- 
I Tweede. 

Robert. 



Jane.=fRogerAntlcrsonof Eliz.=j=John Wilkin- 



Newcastlc-upon- 
I Tyne. 

Francis. 



son of Ferry- 
hill, in c \ pal. 

Mary. 
Ehzabeth. 

William Bower. 



(') Called G.nm in Herald's College copy. 



34 niTRHAM VISITATION' PKDIGRKKS 



BOWES. 

Episcol'atiis Amonge the antique writtingcs of the late disolued 

Dinir/iiit'tis/s. monastery of St. ]\Iaiyes ncrc the cittie of Yorke there 

was writt n in an ancient hooke of llicirc foundation 

these wordcs followinge 

Alanus niger comes Richmond vnus fundatoru. huiu^, 
monasterij — 

Iste Alanus niger fiatcr Ducis Rrittannia: intrauit 
Anghani in exercitu AVill'i Conquestoris et postea idem 
Akanus primus co. Richmond in defensionem tenentiu 
suor' comitatus pred' contra expugnac'ones homi'm' de 
Westmerland et Cumbeiland rebellantiu' contra dictum 
conquestorem ac cum Cospatricio duce Northumbrie ad- 
herentiu' Regi Sector— aetlificauit sibi turrim de Arcubus 
in quo constituit Guijllermum, consanguineu' suu' 
prefectum, super suos a*gittarios Et dedit in scutu' propri' 
in' Armis Brittannia?, et tres Arcus de super et vn' 
bundellu' sagittai pro capitali insigne suo. Ipse 
Guijllermus exinde mmcupatus fuit Guijllermus de Ar- 
cubus. 

More hereof I have not scene vntill about the tenthe yeare of Edward the 
third that one --^ dam Bowes beinge learned in the lawes, Steward and Justice 
in Oyre within the lib rties of Durham, and giveinge the same amies maried 
one Ellice Trayner daugter and heirc of S'' John Trayner w<=ii S' John maried 
the sister of Barnard Bailioll then Lord of Barnardes Castle vnto tlie w^i S'' 
John the said Barnard Bailioll gaue wth his saiil sestcr in mar.iiage the mannor 
of Stretlam by the bounder as yt nowc occui)ied. 

This Adamc by the said Alice had yssue Robert Bowes who maried one 
Elizabeth Lilborne daughter of S'' John Lilborne Knighte and by her had 
yssue Will'm Bowes w*^'' Will'm Bowes maried Maude the daughter and heire 
of .S'' Jordane of Daldcn Knighte and was after himsclfe made Knighte at the 
battel! of Poictiers in flraunce aiid after had issue by the said Maude, Robert 
Bowes & others. 

This Roberte Bowes married Jane ilaughtet and one of the heires generall 
to Sr. Roberte Coigniers de Stockeborne Knighte and was himselfe maiie 
Knighte at the seige of Roane in Normandic and after slayne at the bridge of 



12G90G3 



RECORDED I575, 1615 AND l566. 35 

Bawgie in the company of S'' Gilberte Vrnfiauill and that iourncy he Avas made 
Bannerett and a banner | he had yssue by the said Jane Will'na Bowes 
and others. 

This Will'm Bowes (called old S'' Will'm Bowes) mamed Jane daughter of 
Raufe baron and lord of Grestocke and by her had yssue one Will'm and 
others ; this Jane his wife died when her husband passed out xxviij yeares old, 
whereupon he wente to sen-ice and was Chamberlaync to the Duke of Bedford 
that was Regent in ffrance in the minoritie of Henry 6 w^^^ Duke gave to the 
said S'' "Will'm Bowes diuers landes and reuenes in flfrance and made him 
Captajnie of the Castle Galliarde in Xormandie he continued in Frunce xxti^ 
yeares or thereabouts and came home and after lined to gi'eate age. 

The second S^' Will'm Bov.-es maried Maude dau. of Hemy Lord Fitzhughe 
and was \-nder John the JMarques jSIontague deputie Warden of the medle 
Marches of England for anempst Scotland and Sheriffe of Northumberland 
and had yssue by the said Claude, William Raufe and others. 

This Will'm married a widowe that was one Browes wife neice to Laurence 
then Bishop of Durham and had by her lands in Lincolnshire where he 
continually lay at a place called the Woodheid neare Stamforthe & theire 
died ^vithout yssue After him S^' Raufe Bowes continued sherife of the liberties 
of Dmham xx yeares and more, and maried Margeiy one of the daughters and 
heires of S'' Richard Cogniers of South Cowton Kni^jht and had by her yssue 
Rauffe, Roberte & Richard. 

This second S^' Raufie was made Knighte at the feilde of Flowdon where 
the Kinge of Scotts was slapie, and maried Elizabeth daughter of the Lord 
Clifford Sc sister to Hemy Clifford the firste earle of Comberland and had 
yssue by her George Bowes and other daughters. 

'Ihis George maried ^Nluriell daughter of S^' Will'm Eure the fast Lord 
Eure and by her had yssue 3 daughteis and died ^\•ilhout yssue male, soe that 
his said daughters be inheritable to a greater part of his inheritance. Sane 
that certayne parcelles not exceedinge the thirde parte by vertuc as well of 
intailes to the heires male as of other assurances made by the said S'" George 
Bowes remayne vnto the said S»" Robert Bowes and others the heires males of 
of the bodie of the foresaid S>' Will'm Bowes the elder begotten. 

A shield arg. Alibi legitur Will'mum Bowes militem primogenitu' 

a fesse gu. habuisse lili' Thomam qui duxit in vxorcm Janam 

between six tili' Delahay eqqua procrcauit Robertu' Bowes 

martlets sa. Mavitu' Jane Coigniers. 



36 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREF.S 



ialurs of ^trratlam, 




Arms. — i. Bowes -Ermine, lliree lun<^ bows bent in jwle <;iiles. 

2. Daldcn — Ar<;cnt, a cross patoiuelict ween four martlets vert. 

3. ("onyers— Azure, a maunch or. 

4. ("onyeis — Azure, a maunch or, an nniiulcl for diOerence. 

5. Askc— Or, thrci' bars azure. 

6. Dautry — A/urc, four fusils in fesse argent. 

In I '''1 5 the Bowes coat is marshalled as follows : i Bowes, 2Dalden, 
3 Trayner, 4 ("onyers, 5 Conycrs, 6 .St. Ouintin, 7 Rylleston, 8 Aske, 
(J Dautry, 10 Bowes. 



RECORDED I575, 1615 AND 1666. 



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Arms. — Emiim.-, llu\ e l)ows .strung; in j^alc sa, as many toileaux 
in cliiL'T, on an (.■scochuon of pretence, ermine, two bars 
vert. 

CkI''.st.— 'J'wo bundles of arrows, saltire wa\s ari,'en(, lieadcd 
or, banded gules, tasselcd or. 

M'. — That .Sir John Borough, Kuight Garter prineipall King of Arms, 
by \ertue of a Certificate from Sir (ieorgc Bowes of Bradley, in co. pal. 
Durham, Knt., whereljy he acknowktlged Francis Bowes to ht a member 
of his family, did by his instrument beaiing date i8 May a° 1639, grant to 
the ?aid hraneis (wlio is now this Sir l-rancis) and his descendants power 
to bear tile arms of the said .Sir Gcoige Bowes, with three torteauxcs in 
chief for a dill'erence, as is above cxprcst. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



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42 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



IBrabant ol f^igbaulu 










JUTTLrLr 



i_nj" 




Arms.- Sa., a fesse emlxittled and counter em- 
battled between three leopard's faces or. Respite 
for provinj^ of these arms. 



RECORDED I575, 1615, AXD l6b6. 43 



BRABANT OF PEDGBANK. 



Hemy Brabant of Ped<,'ebanke,=p dau. of ... . Trotter 

CO. pal. Durham, died in Oueen ] of Helmington, in co. pal. 
Elizabeth's time. Durham. 



Georye Brabant of Brancepeth,=^Annc, dau. of Ralph Whitiield 



in CO. pal. Durham, died circa, 
anno 1640. 



of Whitfield, Northumberland, 

E.s(.[. 



^ ^ 1 

John Brabant of Pedgbanke,=f=Jane, dau. of . . Johnston Adehne, wife of James 
died in his father's life time. I of Perse-Biigj;, co ])al. Cholmley of Durham. 

Durham. 



T -— T : : ^r":i 



2. Henry Brabant, an al- i. John Brabant of=f=Jane, dau. of ^ 3. Raphe 

derman of Newcastle-on- Pcd<,'bank, in co. pal. ^ .- 

Tyne. Durham, xt. 



ann. 21 Aug., i6')6. 



Richard Best of d. without 
jMiddleton, co. issue. 
York. 



2. John, aet. i. William, i. Anne. 2. Margaret. 

15, ann. 1666. xi. [9 ann. 
21 Aug., 1666. 

Ceriiddd by JOHN BRABANT. 



44 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



IBratbnbnrp oi ^dhh^. 




Arms. i. Arj^'ciit, three c1icvioik11> interlaced in base 

sable. IhackvulnDV- 
I. Sable, a elievnni or, lielweeti tliree swords erect 
ar;,';iit p< melled and liilled oftlie 2d. 

3. Azure, three bars arj^ent. 

4. Arjjent, a lion ramixuit sable collaretl or. 

5. Argent, a chevron between three cross-ciosslels 

sable. 

6. Argent, on a chevron salile ihiee bucks' heads 

caboshcd of the lield. 
Crest. — A tree i>pr., and a lion couchant sable. 
Motto. — Sans reculliv jamais. 



RECORDED I575, I6I5 AND 1666. 



45 



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46 



nrRTIAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



IBranbling nf JFdlinj. 




Arms. — (rules, a cross patonce in the dexter chief 
point an escallop arg. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666, 



47 



BRANDLING OF FELLING. 



John Brandling. 



Thomas BrandHng^ 
of Fclhnge. i 



Sir Robert Brandling,^... dau. and coheire 
Knt., ob. s.p. of . . Surteys. 



AVilliam BrandHng.=i=Anne, dau. of . . Hely. 



Robert Brandhng^pjane, dau 



of FelHnge, liv- 
inge 1615. 



of Francis 
^^'ortley 
of Wortley. 



Jane, wife 
to John 
Hedworth 
(or Hew- 
rorth) of 
Chester. 



Cornelius Brandling, 



T 



I — 
Robert, 



1 



1 — 

Cornelius, 



J 



Cornelius, 
1615. 



Robert. 
1615. 



r 
Robert 



Francis, sonne Sc heire, 
aet. 20, 1615. 



Tho. Rich. John. Ralph. Mary. 



"iliz. 



48 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



IBiistcta of (Bvtat lumkg, 




Arms. — A/., a fcssc between three cross crosslets, a crescent 
foi (lifrerence. 

lie refers himselfe to tlie \'isitation of Somersetsh. for proofe 
of the amies and cohnns. 



RECORDED I575, 1615 AND 1666. 



49 



BRISTOW OF GREAT LUMLEY. 



Williiim Biistow of^pDorothy, dau. of Sir Wm. 



CO. Somerset, died 
10 March 1665. 



Lanyley of Higliam Gobion, 
CO. Beds, Bart. 



5. Roger. 4. John. 3. Peter. 2. John, Wilham Bristow of Great Lumlcy, 

d. y. CO. pal. Durham, aged 23 years, 

17 Aug. 1666. 



Certified by "WiLLJi. Bristow. 



5° DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



Drotun of Harbluuh priors, to. Martoick. 



No arms. 



RECORDED 1 5 75, 1615 AND l66t). 



S' 



BROWN OF HARDWICKE PRIORS, CO. WARWICK. 



Nicholas Brakenbury.- 



=Agnes, dau. &: one of the heirs of 
Nicholas Denton. 



Thomas Biakenben-. 



Thomas Brackenbun 
Denton, co Durham. 



of=j=E]izabeth, dau. of 
Cuthbert Rogerley, 

I Esq. 

A . r 

for particulars ot this line Joan, elder 
see p. 45. Sc coheir. 



Robert Brackenbury,=p 
Knight, Constable of I 
the Tower of London. | 

1 



dau. 



=John Penn, 
Esq. 



John Penn.= 



-^largaret, dau. 
of ... . Lille. 



Margaret Penn.- 



=John Lucas of Holden, Kent, 
son of John Lucas, by his wife 
the dau. & heir of .... Hills. 



Clemence,=William JolmLucas,; 
d.au. & heir. Compton, 
Esq. 



dau. Sc heir 
of Nicholas 
Clarke. 



I 

Margaret, = 

dau. of John 

and heir of 

Daniel Lucas 



=Robert Brown 
ofSt. Laurence, 
Pulteney, Lon- 
don. 



Daniel Lucas, - 



^- 



=Catherine, 
dau. of . . 
Odyam of 
Kent. 



Thomas Brown=j=Catherine, dau. 



of London. 



Thomas Lucas, 
died without issue 
in the lifetime of 
his father. 



&coheir of Tho- 
mas Spencer of 
Ever ton. 



Juhn Brown of=f=£llen, dau. and 
heir of Anthony 
Prior of London. 



Harclwicke Priors, 
in Warwick. 



Mary Brown. 



52 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



IBulma* of furstrak. 




Arms.— '"lu. bilkly or, a lion rampant of the last. 
Crkst.— A bull ]>assant s,ni., horned or. 
Tlie (iuartcrin«,'s in the Visitation are— 

1 . Ihihiiir. 

2. 'iu. a saltirc- vairy >a. and ar*;;. Moi~ni(k. 

3. Sa. a crescent ar;,'. Rahve. 

4. Or. a lion raniji. a/., over all a bcndkt coni]iony arf^. and gu. 

Sii'Mvi. 

5. Arg. on a bend sa. th;(c crescents of the iirst. Llvicdcn. 

6. ^^yx. a fess belw. three hedgehogs arg. Claxtoii. 
-. Arg. a fess gu. betw. thiee garbs ^a. Tyndalc. 

8. Or, on a bend sa. tliree cuKiuefoils arg. MenviU. 

9. Az. a niaunch or. Conyci>i. 



RECORDED I575, 1615 AND 1666. $3 



BULMER OF TURSDALE. 



Sii William Bulmer, Knt.^f:. . dau. and heire of 
Sir William Elmden. 



Francis Bulmer of^Catherine, dau. of 
Elmeden, Esq. I Richard Norton, Esq. 



Anthony Bulmer of=^Dyonis, dau. and sole heire of Francis 



Elmeden, Esq. 



Metham of Wigginthorpc, Esq. 



Sir Bertram Bulmer of Tursdale,^Isabcl, second dau. of Sir Nicholas 



Knt., Hvinge 1615. 



Tempest of Stella, Knt. 



• i \ — I — I 

(Henry.) (Ralph.) 3. John. 2. Anlhon\'. William, sonne i. Aiargaret. 

not in not in 4. George. & heire, a.t. 13, 2. Mary. 

Vis. Vis. 1615. 3. Trot'he. 

Bart. Bulmer. 



54 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



IButtttD of Kntnn. 




Arms.— Argent, a chev. betw. tlnec goaK' heads erased or. 
Crkst.— A gnats' head erased sa., attired or, two links sus- 
pended from sinister attire. 
Tile (luarterings in the Visitation arc - 

1. Bniiny. , ^ , , , , r .1 

2. Gu. a cross floiy or ; on a clncf az. tlirce buekles of the 

second, llcshden. 

3. Party per saltire erni. and gu. Kcs/wold. 

4. Arg.' three bends sa -r, , jr 7 

5. Gn., three Hons ramp, arg., crowned or Dc la Vatchc. 

6. Sa. three lions ramj). arg 

7. Gu. a fess or betw. three s.altircs arg 

8* ]k-ndy of nine arg. and gu. Bo^'ill. 

9. Arg. on a bend cotiscd three boars' heads' sa 



RKCORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



55 



BUNNY OF RYTON. 

. . Bunny. =j=. . dau. of James Hammerton. 



Richartl Bunny. =p . . dau. of . . Topcliffe. 



Anne.=f Richard A pplcyard. 



Richard Bunny.=p. . dau. 6c heir of Edw. John.=f 

Restwold of the Vache. , 1 

Richard. 



Jane, wife Eliz., wife 
to ... . to John 

Ramsden. AVilldn. 



■~i 



Edmund 3. Francis Bunny=p Jane, dau. 2. Richard =?=Anne, dau. of ,. 



Bunny, of Ryton in the 

Sonne Sc Bishopricke, &c 

heire. ofNewsham, i6ic. 

A 



of 
Prcstley. 



Bunnv. 



Jackson of Gah- 
aker in Hamp- 
shire. 



Francis Bunny, s.p.= . . . . dau. of 

John Wortley. 



£Hzabeth.=Wil]iam 
s.p. Finney. 



56 



DURHAM VISITATION' PEDIGREES 



''lurludl, Cbattrdcur af lurljam." 




Arms.— Or, a chevron ermine between 3 buiT leaves vert. 
Crest.— A gii^i'i's '^cad erased argent, 



RECORDED I575, 1615 AND 1666. 



57 



"BURWELI., Chancfclour of Durham." 



Francis Burwell of Sutton,; 
Suffolk, died about 1627. 



=Jane, dau. of Symon Mawe 
of Rendlesham, Suffolk, Esq. 



Thomas Burvvell, Dr. of Laws=j=Anne, dau. of Seth Chapman 
and Chancelour of the Diocese of St. Edmundsbur)-, Suffolk, 
of Durham, 5th son, aged 63 
16 Aug., 1666. 

I 

Thomas Buirell, Batchelour 
of Physick, xt. 33 years, 16 
Aug. 1666. 

Certi^ed by Dr. Thomas Burwell. 



58 



DTRHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



littUr of 18isl}0p£ ;^uklanb. 




Arms. — Azuie, a chevron between three covered 
cups or; a crescent for chiVerence. 



RKCORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



59 



BUTLER OF BISHOPE AUKLAND. 

John de Botcler.^pAlice, heire of the Manor of Kirkland. 



Richard Boteler.= 



Margaret. Katherine. Ellinor. 



1 1 — I 

Johanna. Isabella. 
Eliz. 



John Boteler.= 



Edward Boteler. 



Robert Boteler. - 



William Boteler.=p 



Thomas Bottler, JohnBotcler of Kirkland,=pElizabeth, dau. of . . Fai-jTigton 
\vithout issue. co. Lane., Armigcr. of Far^-ngton, co. Lane. 



John= 
Boteler of 
Kirkland, 
elilest son. 



^Alicc, 
dau. of 
James 
Mass\-. 



Ann, wife 
of Christo- 
pher Parker 
ofReddam, 



Gregoiy = 
liutler of 
Bishope 
Aukland. 



(.'' Bedham) A° 1575, 
CO. York. 2 son, of 
OldAcres, 
1615. 



John. 



James. 



Raljih 
Butler, 
s. & h., 
aged 2h, 

A" 157s, 
of Old 
Acre.s, 
s.p. 1615. 



1 

Ann. 



=Jane, dau. Alban 
of Richard Butler, 
Lever of 3 son. 
Little Le- 
ver, CO. 
Lane. 



A lice, wife of 
Tho. Parker 
of Withgill, 
CO. York. 

Isabell, wife 
of William 
Kirkby of 
RawclifTe, 
Ar, 



2. Robert, 
s.p. 16 1 5. 



3. John,= 
Butler of 
New- 
castle. 



=Jane, 
da. of 
Wm. 

Hunt- 
ley 



--I --T 

4. Gregoiy 5.Richard= 
Butler of Buttler, 



Westmin- 
ster, m'' 
Anne, dau. 
of ... . 
S tonne. 



of Fish- 

bume, 

1615. 



^Florence 6 
(or Fran- 
ces) dau. of 
Robert 
Farrow of 
Fishburne. 



Tho. 



Jane. 



Anne. 



Gregory, 
set, i^, 1615. 



Raphe Butler, 
1615. 



Vcrefied for true hy the suhscripcon 0/ Gregory Butler 
of B'lshoppe Aivkland aforesayd at AwJdand on Tlncrsday, 
8 September, a' 'SrS- 

Gregorie Butler, 



6o 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



lu^rktj of itt&nbgc (Srattg^ 




Arms.— Or, a cross crosslct n;ules. 

Crest.— Two lions' «,'ambs or, holding a cross as m the arms, 



RECORDED I575, 1615 AND l6f)6. 



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DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



CalbM^D of ICtttUburn. 




Arms. — Su. an escutcheon betw. an oile 
of owls arg. a crescent for difference. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



63 



CALVERLEY OF LITTLEBURN. 

Sir William Calverley=pElizabetli, dau. of Sir 
of Calverlev in co. I William ^Middleton 
York, Knt.' of Stokeld, Knt. 



Walter, sonne 
di heire. 

A 



ThomasCalverley=i=Isabell, dau. 3. William. 

ofLittlebuin in of Bertram 4. Hemy. 

CO. Pal. Anderson of 5. John.: 

Newcastle. 1 



6. Ralph. 

7. Mich. 



Anne, dau. of=^John Calverlev" 



MatthewHutton, 
Archbishop of 
York, 1st wafe. 



John, sonne 
8c heire, xt. 
13. 1615. 



of Littleburn, 
Esq., living 



Catherine, dau. 
of .Sir Tim 
A\'luttingham 
of Holmside. 



L_ 



2. Timothv, i . Beatri.\. 



2. Isabell. 

3. Anne. 

4. Ahce. 



Barbara, vdfe to 
Rowland Temj^est 
of Newcastle. 



I. Thomas. 



1 

2. Francis. 



64 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



€axu of M. H^Un, Auklattft, 




Arms. — Gu., on a cbevion argent three mullets sa. 
Crest. — A stag's head argent, attired or. 



RECORDED 1 5 75, 1615 AND 1 666. 



65 



CARRE OF ST. HELEN-AUKLAND. 



John Carre of Forde Castle in= 
Northumberland, Captain ofWarke 
Castle, Northumberland. 



Humphrey Cane of Forde Castle,=p 
Northumberland. I 



Cuthbert Carre of Benwell Tower,=f=. . dau. of . . ElUson of 
Northumberland, a younger son. 



2. John, 
d. unm. 



I. James Carre of=pElizabeth, dau. 



Newcastle upon 
Tyne, died 1638. 



of . . Stanjiert 
of Newcastle. 



I. Margery, wife 
of Edward Harle 
of Shields nr. 
Tynemouth. 



— I 

2. .. wife of 
Meiryman. 



Robert, Anne, dau. of Sir Peter 

d. un. Riddell of Newcastle I St. Plelea-Aukland 
upon Tyne, Knt., by in co. pal. Durham, 
Mary, dau. & coheire | Esq., one of his 



Cuthbert Caire of=f=Clare, 2nd 
dau. of 



of Thomas Surte s of 
Newcastle upon Tyne, 
Esq., I St wife. 



2. Jane, '| '^ F.Mary, aged 
aged 22, ,;- '26, 17 Aug. 
1666. i : 1666. 



jMaties Justices of 
Peace of this coun- 
ty, aged 47, 17 Aug. 
1666. 



Christopher 
Byerley of 
Mid ridge 
Grange, co. 
pal. Durham, 



Francis, s. & h., 
aged 7 yrs., 27 
Aug, it)66. 



1 — I — 

1. Anne. 

2. Barbara. 



Barbara, 
wife of 
George 
Tonge, son 
of SirGeor- 
ge Tonge of 
Denton in 
CO. pal Dur- 
ham, Knt. 



1 

3. Clare. 



66 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



Cljambi^r of OLka&0n, 

No arms entered. 



RECORDED 1 5 75, 1615 AND 1 66b. 67 



P- 



CHAMBER OF CLEADON. 



. . Chamber of Kendall= 
in Westmoreland. 



_J 



Charles Chamber of Kendall, ob. i556.=f=. . dau. of . . Burton. 

, 1 



Gervase Chamber of Kendall, ob. 1577.=!= Alice, dau. of . . Rookes. 

I 

Thomas Chamber of Cleadon in the=f=Barbara, dau. of Thomas 



Bishopricke, and ISIerchant of New- 
castle, living, 16 1 5. 



"1 r 



Atkinson of Alonkwear- 
mou h in the Bishopiicke. 



3. Charies.(i) 2. Roger. Robert, sonnc i. Mary. 2. Isabell. 3. Anne. 
& heire, cut. 23, 
1615. 

(5) Of Dagenham, Essex, admitted to Gray's Inn 16th May, 1623, entered his pedigree 
and arms at the Visitation of Essex 1634 — viz.. gules, a chevron between three cinqucfoils 
or, a crescent for dilTerence, Crest. — A bear passant ppr , muzzled collared and chained 
arg., a crescent for difference. 



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68 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



Cljagtor of Ittttcrbj. 




^RMS._Per bend dancctc'e avfjent and azure, three 
cinqucfoils c()unlerchang;cd ; per Win. Flower, Norroy, 
a° 1575, per /'ras patcnks. . 

Crest. A stay's head erased, lozeng}' azure and 

argent, tiic dcxterattirc ar, the sinister azure. 



RECORDED I575, 1615 AND 1666. 



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DURHAM VlijIlATION PEDIGREES 



Clalimng of ^iiurll 




ARiis. — QiKTiU'ily I .iii'l .|. Or .iiid j^n., a ciCbcciit for diffeience. 
2 and ^. I'ain. on a ] alo sa. ihric maitlets or. over all 
a hcHii ha, (jii an ubcuchcou aiyunt tiie rci.1 hand of 
UJbtcr. 



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Clajton of aoK^ngartr. 




Arms. — l. Gu. or, a fesso bet. three hedgehogs arg., a crescent. Claxtoii. 

2. Az., a niaunch or, charged with a mullet within an annulet. 

Conyas. 

3. Or, on a chevron gules, a martlet argent, a chief vaire of the 

3rd, and azure. St. Qniiitiii. 

4. .S..l)le, a salJic argent, charged with a crescent gules. Ryl- 

sioti. 

5. Arg. a lion r nij)ant sa., within a border engr. gules. Langton. 

6. Or, a chevron between tliice oak leaves gules. Lisle. 

7. Or, a cross niolinc pierced argent. Carroiv. 
CRE.ST. — Out of a ducal coronet or, a hedj,'ehog. 



RECORDED I575, 1615 AND 1666. 




74 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



Cla^etim ot ©li farL 






*=% 



^^^ ^^ 




Arms. — Gu., a fesse between thrse hedgehogs avgt. 
Quarter ng—Tiiidall (arg., a fesse gu. lietweea 
Hiree garbs or), Conyers, St. Quuiti.i, R)liton, 
Langton and Carrow, see blazon page 72. 

Crest. — Out of a ducal coronet or, a hedgehog. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



75 



CLAXTON OF OLD PARK. 

Lionel Claxton, Lord of Claxton, lived 1217.(1)= 



Roger Claxton of Claxton, Ed. I.= 



Sir Roger Claxton, Kt., 1307, i Edw. IL 



Richard Claxton, Pryor of 
Duresme, 1272. 

dau. of ... , Tyndall, & after, heire. 



Lionel Claxton, anno i336.=pMary, dau. of Sir Raphe Eure, Kt. 



SirWm. Claxton^ 
of Claxton, Kt., 
1380. 



=Isabell, dau. 
(&;heirof Wm. 
!Mennill. 



Sir Wni. Clax-=j=Elizabetli, 
ton, Knt., 1409. I dau. of . . . , 



Thomas Claxton of= 
Old Parke, ob. 
1402, 4 Hen. IV. 

1 — 
Tho. Claxton.: 



^Christian, 
dau. of . . 



=Anne, dau. of 
Sir Wm. El- 
meden. 



.Sir Robert=pElizabeth, dau. of 
Claxton. (■-) I -Sir Wm. Hilton, 
Knight. 



Margaret, Joan, wife 
wifetoWm. toJohnCar- 
Elmeden. tington. 



1. Robert, s.p. 

2. John of Old 
Paike, priest. 



Sir John Claxton 
of Duresme, Kt., 
3<^ Sonne, mar. 
ISIaude, dau. & 
heire of Gilb. 
Brackenbury. 

Claxton of Burn- 
hall, Siirtees v. 
I 4. P- 97- 

-- r 1 ^—^ 

Elizabeth, Phillis.wife John Claxton=f=lMargt. (or 

wifetoRich. to Sir Ralph of Old Parke. I Agnes)dau. 

Coigniersof Widdring- | of 

Horden. ton. | Lambton of 

-J Lambton. 
Thomas. 5. Richard^Margaret, 
Launcelot. Claxton of dau. & co- 



Richard (orRoger)=j=A gnes, 
Claxton. I dau. of 



Will. Claxton=Margt., 
of Old Parke, I <lau. of 

3rd son. 

Witton 



Thickley. 



I 

Robert Claxton of Old Parke. = 



=Eliz., dau. of Tho. Wandesford 
of Kirklington, co. York. 



heir of Tho. 
Lilburneof 
Thickley. 



Margt.,wifeto 

Gyllon 

of CO. York. 



Robt.Claxton^ 
of Old Parke, 
attainted, 
13 Eliz. 



=Alice, dau. & 
coheirofWm. 
Lambton of 
Belsise. 



— — I 
Elizabeth. =^Robert Bee 

of the Bishop- 
rick. 



Tho"- 



.SirJohnCIax-: 
ton of Nettles- 
worth, in CO. 
pal., liviug 
1615. 



:Mai-y, dau. 
of Anthony 
Wrenn of 
Binchester. 



Lancelott= 
Claxton, 
:d Sonne. 



John Claxton, sonne= 
& heire, Kt. 19 an., 
livinge 161 5. 



Cassandra, dau. of 
Josias Lambert of 
Calton. in Craven, & 
heire to her mother, 
Eliz., dau. & coh. of 
Wm. Claxton of 
Wynyard. 

T 



1 — I — [—1 

Elizabeth. 
^Lirgaret, 
Frances. 
Anne. 



=Jane, 2d dau. of William, John, Eliza- 

Francis Tunstall sonne & heire, 2nd beth. 

of Scargill, Es([. a;t. 16, 1615. sonne. 

John Claxton. 

(1) This Lyon Cla.xton, Lord of the Manor of Cla.xton, in co. Duresme, lived in the 
yeare of Our Lord God 1217, and in the Sixth yeare of the Raigne of Kinge Hen. 3, after 
the Conquest, as may appeare by an agrement made bet. Thomas the Pryor of Duresme 
and him, dated the 20 of Sept., 1217. 

(2) Surtees giveb his 4 daughters by another wife, Anne Staptlton. 



76 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



Cl0pt0n of ^kMuislj. 




Arms —Quarterly l and 4. Paly of four or and a/., overall a lion 
rampant sable. 2 and 3. Party per jiale or and <;u., a 
cross patlee litthcc countirthan[,'cd, a nuilkt fur diller- 
ence. 



Crest.— A falcon 



on a tun . 



RECORDED 1 575, 1615 AND 1666. 



CLOPTON OF SLEDWISH. 



This pedigree does not appear in the copy of the Visitation, in iho College 
of Arms nor in the Copy in Queen's College, Oxford ; See Siiriees' DiirlKini, 
iv, 48. 



John Clopton, a= 
younger brother. 



=Ehz. dau. of 
Ralph Ashton 
of Great Lever, 
in CO. Lane. 



WilHam Clopton of= 
Clopton, CO. War- 
wick. 



William Clopton of=j=Anne, dau. & co. heire 



Sledwiche, in the 
Bishopricke, 1615. 



of Wm. Clopton. 



Joyce, dau. & coheir, 
married to Lord Carew, 
Baron of Clopton. 



Jolm. 
Thomas. 



AVilliam Clopton, 
Sonne &c heire. 



Cuthbert. 



Eliz. 
Anne. 



Mary. Jane. 
Joyce. Catherine. 
Frances. 



r8 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



Cnlmnr^ of Itirbam. 



a 




D 




D 



a a Q 




Arms.— Gules, billettee and three crescents or, 
a crescent charged witli a mullet for 
difference. 

Crest. — A negro's head wreathed erminois and gu. 



RECORDED I575, 1615 AND 1666. 



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DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



Comijtt of lurbfiuL 




Arms. — Azure, a cheveron crminois between three 
garbs or. 

Crkst. — Two arms coiiped at the shouklers habited 
ermine, holding in tlie hands pro]ier a 
garb or. A patiun a^ranted by Richard 
St. Giorge in tyme of his visitation, 1615. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



COMYN OF DURHAM. 



Symon Comyn of the Cittie=f Alice, dau. of John Robson, 
of Duresme, livingc 1615. I of Morton. 



^farfjaret, dan. of Heniy^=Tymothie=j=Joane, dau. of 2. Godfrey. =Anne. 



Chohnley, Sc widowe of Comyn, 

Thomas Meinill, 2nd wife. son & heir. 



Robert Rookby, 
of Marske, Esq. 



Thomas, sonne 2. Henry. Elizabeth. Isabel. 

& heire, a;t. 13, 

1G15. 

TiMOTH. COMVN. 



82 



DURHAM! VISITATION PEDIGREES 



®0ttg^rs of ^0ckbitrn0* 




Arms. — Ouaiteil\- l and 4, Azure, a maunch or, charged 
with a mullet gules for difTerence — Coiiycrs. 2. Barry oi six 
azure and or, on a canton gules a cross patonee a\g—Aio>i. 
3. Or, a cross sable — Fescy. 

Crest.— A wing denii-volant gules. 



RECORDED I575, 1615 AND 1666. 



83 



CONYERS OF SOCKBURNE & LAYTON. 



Sir Christopher Conyers of Sockburne, Knt.=,=]\Iary, dau. of Sir Will. Eure, Kt. 

r ^ 

Sir "William Conyers of Sockburne, Kt.=f=Anne, dau. of Sir Ralph Bigod of 

I Settrington, Kt. 
, I 



Sir Chris. Conyers of=y=Anne, da. of 
Sockburne, Kt. I . . . . Marken- 

I field. 

I 



Cuthbert Conyers of=p!Maiy, dau. of 



Laton, 2nd sonne. 



r- 



Tho. Laton of 

Saxhoc. 



Sir Thomas Conyers, Kt.= 



Sir George Conyers, Kt. 



Sir John Conyers, Kt. 



John Conyers=f=Jane, dau. of John Oglethorpe 
of Laton, son I and widow of ... . Danby. 
& heire. 



Ralph Conyers(') of=j=Maiy, dau. of Simon 



Laton, CO. pal. Durham, 
livinge 1615, died a" 
1643. 



Sir George Conyers of=f= 
Sockburne, Kt., livinge I 
1611;. I 

' r r-^ 

George, sonne 81 AVilliamConyers= dau, of Sir 

heire, x't. 6, 1615, of Sockburne, George Symonds, 
died young, s.p. Esq. Knight. 



MaweofWrendlesham, 
in CO. Suffolk, E-(p 



(1) Called a Knight in 
Queen's Coll. copy. 



I 

2. Mar- 
maduke, 
d. unm. 



Margaret,; 
dau. of 
John ^\'y- 
tham of 
Cliffp, CO. 
York,Esq. 
1st wife. 



=Cuthbert Conyers= 
of Lay ton, Esq., 
aged 4 in 161 5, 
Col. of a regiment 
of Foote in the 
AiTny of K. Cli. y° 
1st, slaine at !Mal- 
pas, in Cheshire, a° 
1644. 



Cathc- I. Iklaiy, 

rine, wife of 

dau. of Roger 

Wil- J^Ieinell 

liam, of Dal- 

late ton, 

Lord Yorks, 

Evers, Esq. 
2'' wife. 



2. Anne, 3. Helen, 
wife of wife of 



Robert 

Conyers 



Thomas 
Mavre of 



of Bowl- Hardwick, 
by, CO. CO. pal.. 



York, 
Esq. 



Gent. 



2. wn- 

liamCon- 
yers. 



I. John Con-: 
yers of Laton, 
in CO. pal. 
Durham, Esq., 
xt. 36 an. 
21 Aug., 1666. 



Tsabell, dau.of 
Cuthbert Col- 
lingwood of 
Daldon, co. 
pal. Durham, 
Esq. 



Anne, wife of 
Thomas, son 
of Charles 
Fairfax of 
Sledmer, co. 
York. 



1. Elizabeth. 

2. Lucie. 



6. Thomas, 2. George, 

jet. 1 anno 3. Raphe. 

21, Aug., 4. Wilham. 

166G. 5. Francis. 



Q 



I. John, jet. 
died 1 2, ann. 2 1 
young. Aug., 16G6. 



I. jMaiy, 2. Isabell 3. Olive, 

dyed died at the ret. 4 an. 

young. age of 9 21 Aug., 

years. 1666. 



Certified by JoHN CoNYERS, Esq., 1G66. 



84 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



CottD^rs of fjcririjn. 




Arms. — i. Azure, a maunch or, an annukt gules for 
differeucc — Conytrs. 

2. Azure, crusily tlircc cin([ucfoils argent — Dairy. 

3. Azure, three bars gcmels, a chief or — Meyncll. 

4. Gules, a fessc between llnec hed^'chogs argent- 

Claxton. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 85 



CONYERS OF HORDEN. 



Arms. — Conyers, St. Qnintin, Rilleston, Lord Darcy, Lord Meiiiill, 
Claxton, Tindall and Menvill. Quartered by Sir John 
Conyers o_f Hordcn, in 161 7. 



Robert Conieis of Sockbunie.= 



John Coniers, 2nd son, of=p.... dau. and heir of St. Ouintm. 
Hornby, Khig's Justiciaiy. 



Christopher Coniers of Hornby, =pEllen dau. and lieir of ... . Rilleston. 
Knt. 



John Coigniers of Honiby, Knt.^yMargaret, dau. and one of the 

I heirs of Ir'Iiilip Lord Darcy of 
-Skelton. 



I \ 1 

John Coniers of=f=Alice, dau. and one of the heirs Richard^Elizabeth, dau. & one 
Hornby, Knight I of AVilliam Nevill, Lord Fau- Coniers, " ' ' ' -- - 
of the Garter. conbridge &c Earl of Kent. 2nd son. 



A 



of the heirs of Robert 
Claxton of Horden, 
Knt. 



Robert Coniers of=i=^Iargeiy, dau. of 
Horden. I Bamforth. 



Christopher Coniers of Horden. =f=Elizabeth, dau. of John Jackson 

I of Bedale. 



Richard Coniers of=^Elizabeth, dau. of George Comers of . , 
Horden. | Roger Lumley. and divers others. 

r ^ r-i 

Thomas Coniers, Elizabeth, dau. ^Christopher Coniers, =pAnn, 2nd wife, dau. 



without issue. ofCuthbertCon- of Horden, livinf 

iers of Norton, ISJS- 
ist wife. 



of John Hedworth of 
Hai-verton.(M 



—\ 



Richard, John Coniers ^Frances, dau. Ann. Isabell, wife RLary. 

without of Horden. I of Thomas ofChas. Hall, 

issue. I Graves. 

I "--. -1 

Richard, son & heir. Ann, 

Vereficd by the subsoipcon of Christopher Conyers of IIordLii aforesayd, at 
Durham, on Sunday, the /\th of September, tv' 1575.— XPOFER CoNYERS. 

(') This 2nd wife of Christopher Conyers, and his issue, appear iu the 1615 Visitation, in the 

Herald's College. 



86 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



€mx\ms d Mn0ku. 




Arms.— Azure, a ni.nr.-.cli or cliar^:;cd with a mullcl 
for ililleicnce. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 87 



CONYERS OF WOOLEY, 



This pedigree does not apriear in the copy of the Visitation in the College 
cf Aims nor in Queen's Coll., Oxford. 



AVilliani Coiiyers of Marske.- 



Robert Conyers of Woley.^Eliz. dau. of .... IMadison 
I of the Bisliopricke. 



William Conyers of "Woley, i6i5.=y=Eliz., dau. of Anthony Kendall of 

Thorj^-Thewles. 



1 — I 1 — \ — I 

Anthony Conyeis, 2. Wilhara. I. Elizabeth. 3. Alice. 
Sonne & heire, 2. Isabell. 4. Catherine. 

1615. 5. Isabell. 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



doo^tx d Dxirljam. 




Arms.— Guks a lend ciniinc between tix lioncels 

r; nijant < r. 
Crkst.— On a lower the hea'i of a Moorish king in 

piolile ; 11 ])i()iier. 

This cote ami crest was conlirn.eil by Richard St. 
Cieorf^c, Norroy King ( f Arn.es, in the tynic of his 
Visitation irji5. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND iGbb. 



89 



COOPER OF DURHAM. 



Tliii pedi;;rce Jols not appear in the cop ' of the Visitation in the College of 
Arms nor in Queen's Collegf, Oxford. 



Peter Cooper. = 



^Margaret, dau. <:\: co-hcire=j=Robert Cooper of=pMargaret, dau. of 



of William English of Lon 
Cowton, in co. Ebor 



Robert Cooper of- 
the City of Dur- 
ham, Esq., Stew- 
ard of the said 
County, & one of 
the Masters of His 
Majesty's High 
Court of ClianceiT 
1615. 



=Mar- 

garet, 
dau. of 
John 
Patti- 



Bol ton -upon-. Swale, 
in CO. Ebor. 



Ge >rgc, 
2nd 
Sonne, 
a soldier 
in the 
Low 
Coun- 
tries. 



Robert Wild of 
Newton, 2nd wife. 



John Coo]5er^Eliz., 
of Bolton-up- dau. of 
on-Swale, un- 
to whom by 
\vill his fatlier 
betiueathed 



that land. 



Rich. 
Wil- 
liams of 
Denton, 
in CO. 
Line, 
Esq., ob, 
s.p. 



Chris., 

4th 

Sonne. 



1. :NLn-y. 

2. Anne. 



3. Dorothy. 

4. Jane. 



Robert, sonne 
& heire, a;t. 5, 
1615. 



1 

2. Thomas. 



— I 

Meriel, 
wife to 
Thomas 
Bulmer 
of Wilton , 
in CO. 
York, 
Esq. 



3. Christo- 
pher. 



90 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



Cusin, Itoth Uisijop iif Bwrljam, 




Arm-s. — The See, impaling,' azure a fiet or. 
CREiiT. — An eayle displayed ppr. 



RECORDED 1575, 16 15 AND 1 666. 



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^Vk MS. —Azure, on a fcss aif;cnt, between three 
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sable. 



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Arms. — Or between a fesse wavy, 6 cinquefoils gu. 
Crest. — Out of an carl's coronet or, a dove rising 
arg., in its beak a wheat stalk or. 



This co.1t and cre>t were confirmed nnd approved unto Sir Alex.ander 
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Baluson of atlntbanfo. 



No arms entered. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666, 97 



DAWSON OF UNTHANKE. 



Mylts Dawson of AVytherslake,= 
in CO. Westmoreland. 



James Dawson of Wytherslake.=p]Margaret, dau. of Richard Slater 

I of Cartmell, in co. Lane. 

I ' 

Myles Dawson of Unthanke, in^^Maiy, dau. of William Davenporte 



CO. pal, livinge 1615 



of Bromhall, in co. Cest. 



Benjamm, i. Maude. 3. Catherine. 

Sonne &heire, 2. Elizabeth. 4. Catherine (j?V). 

set. 7, 1615. 



Ml. Dawson. 



n 



DURHAM VISITATION PKDIGREKS 



Irarljam d ^xxmthlm. 




^RMS. — Ouaileily i and 4 — Azmc, ihrcc bucks' heads cabossed 
or, a nuillct for diU'crence — Dearham. 
2 and 3 — Arf^., a cross (^u., a mullet for difler- 
ence. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 09 



DEARHAM OF BRIMELAWE. 



Thomas Dearham of Brimelawe,=j=Eliz., dau. of 
in CO. pal. ; came out of Norfolk. .... Meinill. 



Ninian Dearham of Brimelawe,=pAnne, dau. of Thomas 

Peele of Lemin<:e. 



I 1 

Robert Dearham of Brimela\ve,=^.Sarah, dau. of 2. Thomas. 

Coroner in the co. of Duresme, Rob. jNIiddleton, 

and one of Her_^Majcsty's Attor- Citizen of London. 

ncys in the Court of Common 

Pleas, at AVcstminster, livinge 

1615. 



H 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



lril)itk ol '^mtt^tmt. 




Arjis. — Quarterly i. Arfjent, a fesse vaire or and gules bet. 
three water bougets sable — Di:tthick. 

2. Arg., a chief giiles, on a bend sable 

three shields of the first, charged 
with a chief of the second. 

3. Or, a chev. gu., and a canton ermine. 

4. Ermine, three bows gu., a chief for 

d i flercnce — Bowes . 



Crest. — A horse's head couped argent, charged with a 
crescent for difference. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



lOl 



DETHICK OF ' AMERSTONE, 



Sir Gilbert Dethicke, Knt., Garter Principall= 
King of Armes of Englishmen. 



Nicholas Dethicke, 
Windsor Herald. 



Thomas, 
2nd Sonne. 



Heniy Dethicke/ 
master of Greet- 
ham Hospital, 
2nd son. 



-Jane, dau. of 
Sir j\Iart)ni 
BoAves, Knt. 



Sir Wm. Dethicke, Kt. 
Garter King of Arms. 



Martyn Dethick of=j=]Maiy, dau. of Margaret,\vife 

Amerstone, in co. JohnWychffe to John Wy- 

Dm-ham, Hvinge of Thorpe. cUffe of Gales. 
1615. I 



John, Sonne, & heire, 
one year old, 16 15. 



Cordall, wife to 
Hen. Tennant of 
Scotton, CO. 
York. 



102 DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



I0islu0i1b of ^tranfon. 




Arms. — Aij,'., a cIilvidh lictwccn llircu buj^lc horns sa., a canton 
gu.-- Visitation 1O66. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615, AND 1666. 



103 



DODSWORTH OF STRANTON. 



William Dodsworth of Watless, 
in CO. Ebor. 



dau. of 

Wigglesworth. 



George Dodswortli of^^Fiances, dau. of 



Halnaby Grange, co. 
Ebor, ^th Sonne. 



Chris. Conyers 
of Danby-Wiske. 



m 

1. Lawrence. 

2. Cuthbert. 



Anthony Dodsworth of Stran- 
ton, in CO. pal., livinge 1615. 



^Eleanor, dau. of John Dodsworth 
of Thornton Watless, in co.Ebor, 



Anthony, sonne & heire, xt. 3, i6i5,=pEleanor, dau. of Lewis Widdring- 



of Stranton, in. co. pal. Durham, 
aged 54, an. 25 Aug., 1666. 



Anthony Dodsworth, son & heir, xt 28,= 
an. 25 Aug., 1666. 



ton of Cheesebum Grange, North- 
umberland. 



^Elizabeth, dau. of Henry Maddison, a 
mercht., in Newcastle-upon-Tine. 



Henry, a;t. 12 Sept., 
25 Aug., 1666. 



Anthony, cet. 3, an. 
25 Aug., 1666. 



Certified by ANTHONY DODSAVORTH. 



104 



DURHAII VISITATION PEDIGREES 



Hoiuit^s d (&bmb}oob. 




Arms.— Sable, a Inick lod^'ed argent, attired or, a ciiiquefoil 
of the last (or dillcrcncc. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 ^ND 1666. IO5 



DOWNES OF EVENWOOD. 

Richard Downes of Awkland Parke. ^ 



Richard Do^v^les.=J=. . .. dau. &c heire of Hugh 
I Foster of Awkland. 



Brjan Downes of Evenwood,=j=Ehz., dau. of Anthony Wrenn 
in the bishoprick, hvinge 1615. I of Binchcster. 



George Downes of Evenwood, sonne^plsabell, dau. of Robert Lambton 
and heire. I of Great Stainton. 

r ^ ^ : ^-1 

2. William. Lambton, sonne and i. Anne. 

heire, a2t. 8, 161 5. 2. Elizabeth. 



io6 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



^va^tx of ll^ailant. 




Arms. — Azure, a chevron ermines between three mullets pierced 
or, on an cscocheon of jiretence a fesse chccquy or and 
sable between three lion's heads erased gu., a crescent 
for dilTerencc. 

Crest.— A hand jipr. cuffed argent vested or, holding a mullet 
as in the arms. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AXD 1666. 



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Arms. — Gules, on a bciul or, three lortcaux between six 
plates a chief ermine. 

Crest, — A cubit arm eiminois, cufl'ed argent, hand proper 
holding; a roimdle of the first. This coat and crest 
were confirmed by Richard St. George, Nonoy 
King of Arms, in the time of his Visitation, 1615. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. lOg 



lutikg of ©Ijffptoll. 

No arms entered. 
John Dudley of Ne\vcastle.=p dau. of Wm. Carr. 



Robert Dudley of Newcastle,=f:Anne, dau. of Christopher Wood, 
Sonne & heire. I ailas Cooke. 



2. Robert. AmbroseDudleyofChop-=T=Isabel, dau. of Richard Dorothy 

3. Heniy. well, in the Bishopricke. Greenfield of Wotton, in 



CO. Bucks. 



Tobye Dudley, Sonne & 2. Wilham. Anne, Mary. 
heu-e, set. 18, 16 15. 



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DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



(§ii«t of Mtst ^uhlaitit. 




Arms.— Gules, on a chevron argent between three 
garbs or banded vert, as many escallop 
shells sable. 

Crest.— An arm embowcd, habited barry of four, 
argent and gules, grasjiing, in the hand pro- 
per, a bimch of wheat vert ; per Win. Fknivr, 
Norroy, d 1575. 









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112 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



^Isitob of foxUn. 




Arms. — Party per pale giiles and vert^ a fleur 
de lis argent. 



RECORDED 1 5 75, 1615 AND 1 665. 



"3 



ELSTOB OF FOXTON. 

William (or Walter) Elstobbe of Foxton, in co. Durham. =p 

J 

John Elstobbe of Foxton.^p 
I 

^ J 

William Elstobbe of Foxton. =p 



Robert Elstobbe of Foxton. =T=Emmota, dau. of .. 
I Jackson of Elstobbe. 
I 



Ralph Elstobbe of Foxton.=f=Elizabeth, dau. of John Sare of Worsall. 
I 

, 1— r -1 

John Elstobbe of=j=Barbara, dau of Richard. Ralph Elstobbe of=j=Dorothy, dau. 



Foxton, a° 1575. 



Edward Palmer. 



Foxton, 3rd son, 
a° 1575- 



of Roger 
Parker of 
Gretham. 



Richard, aged 
20, a° 1575. 



Cuthbert. 
Robert. 



Catherine. 
Helen. 



Isabel. 



Anne, dau. of=f=John, son and^ 



BryanMachell of 
Lay ton, istwife. 



heir, aged 1 7, a° 
1575; of Foxton, 
CO. pal. Dur- 
ham, died about 
1643- 



=Jane, dau.=f:Eliz., dau. of 2. R:ilph. 

of Jno La- I . . . . Lumley of 3. Ilumfrey. 
senby of I Great Lumley, 
Whitwell, I 3rd wife. 

CO. Ebor, I 1 

2nd wife. Toby. 



Margaret, mar^. John 
AVrangham of Bolame. 



Charles, son & heire of=[= Alary, dau. of Raphe 



Foxton, died April 
1666. 



Fetherstonhalgh of 
Stanhope, co. Durham, 
Esq. 



— —I rn 

2. Edw., I. Margaretjd.young. 

d. unm. 2. Ehzabeth, wife of 
William Lumley of 
Great Lumley, co. 
Durham (1666.) 



Mary, wife of Thomas 
Wright of Windles- 
ton, CO. Durham. 



John Elstob of Fox- 
ton, 3et. 22, an. 6 
Sept., 1666. 



r-r-i 

2. Raphe, set. 19. 

3. Charles, set. 16. 

4. Edward, xt. 13. 



Verefied by the siihsa-iption of Ratilfe Ehtohbe of 
Foxton aforesaid at Durham, on Monday, 8 Aug., 

Note. — Elizabeth Elstob, gt. -grand dau. of John (1575), a celebrated Saxon scholar. 
J 



.114 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



(Bnn 0f (Bl\}tl 




Arms. — Quarterly of 6. — i and 6 Quarterly or & gu, on a bend 
sa.~lhrcc cscalloiw argent — /iior. 2. Barry of six or and 
azure, on a canton ^u. a cross ]ialoncce argent — Ato/i. 
3. Or, a cross sa — Vcse}'. 4. Az.. a bend or — Savo/c. 
5. lumine, three arrows in pale gu. — /nncw. 

Crest. — Two lions' gambs coupcd, cnibowcd or, holding an 
escallop argent. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND I66O. 



1'5 



EURE OF ELVET. 



Sir William Evre of Bradley, in co.^ 
Durham, Kt., 3rd son, to William 
Lord Evre, died 1629 or thereabouts. 



-Catherine, dau. & sole heir 
of Sir Wm. Bowes of Strent- 
1am, CO. pal. Durham, Knt. 



3. Henry 


■ ■ ■ -■ -1 
2. William=j=rslaiy, 


Thomas Evre of 


I. Mar- 


1 
2. Anne, 


■■ 1 
3. Eliza- 


d. young. 


Evre of El- 


dau. of 


Bradley, in co. 


garet. 


dyed in 


beth, wife 




vct, in the 


Peter 


pal. Durham, 


wife of 


her in- 


of Thos. 




subuibs of 


Forcer 


Esq., Major of a 


Thomas 


fancy. 


Layton, a 




Durham, 


ofHar- 


reg' of horse un- 


Howard, 




younger 




Esq.,set.58, 


bour 


der Col. Will. 


5th son 




son t) 




17 Aug., 


house, 


Evers(ayounger 


to the 








1666. 


near 


son to the Lord 


Lord 




Layton 






Dur- 


Evers), slayne in 


William 




of Feck- 






ham. 


yc first battail of 
Newbuiy, on the 
part of K. Chas. 
ye ist, 20 Sept., 
1643, unmarried. 


Howard 
of Na- 
worth 
Cystle, 
Cumber- 
land. 




enham, 
in CO. 
A\'igorn. 



Peter Evre, ret. 12, Mary, ret. 15 

ann. 1 7 Aug. , 1 666. ann. 

CcrtiJkJ by WiLLiAM EvRE, Esq. 



ii6 



DPRHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



fl^lubanb of 50urljam. 




Arms.— Sa. three chcveionells interlaced in base or, on a 
chief of the last thice pellets. 

Crest.— Out of a ducal coronet gu., a dragon's head or. 



RECORDED 1575, 16 1 5 AND 1 666. 



117 



EWBANKE OF DURHAM. 



James Ewbanke.= 



. . . dau. of 
, . . Lordman. 



William Ewbanlce.: 



I I I I I — 

2. Cuthbert. 

3. Philip. 

4. James. 

5. Henry. 

6. Edward. 



=i\Iargaret, dau. of Robert 
Tibbols or Tibbold. 



Jane. Henry Ewbanke of the^Anne, dau. of Thomas 



Toby Ewbanke, 
Sonne & heire, 
mar. Mary, dau. 
of Henry Grey 
of ChilHngham. 

A 



citty of Duresme, one 
of the Prebendes, now 
livinge 161 5. 



Sampson, Deane of 
Christ Church, in Ox- 
ford. 



2. Sampson, 
mar. Elinor, 
dau. of Rob' 
Hutton. 

A 



Michael, mar. Jane, married 
Mary, dau. of to Robert 
Randall Bull Pleasance of 



ri 

EUzabeth. 
Catherine. 



of London. 



Grays Inn, 
Bar. of Cora. 
Law, 



Henry, sonne and heire, aet. | of a year, 16 15. 



Its 



btJRHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



JTrtljiTsfcnbaugl) of ^fauljnp^* 




Arms. -Ouai telly of 4.- 



Ckest. — A falcon ppr. 



-I ar.d 4. Gules, a cliev. between three 
c slricli feathers arg. — FdhcrstoiJiaitgh. 

2. A rg. two bars gu., on a canton of the 

last, a lion jiassant — Lancaster. 

3. Aig. three bucks' heads cabosscd gu — 



RECORDED 1 575, 1615 AND 1 666. 



119 



FETHERSTONHAUGH OF STANHOPE. 



AVilliam de ]Monte, living temp. K. Stephen.^ 
Robert de Stanhope.=p 



Robert de Stanhope.' 



_j 



Alexander de Stanhope.^fAgnes, dau. of 
I Lascells. 

I 



Robert Fetherstonhaugh of Stanhope who was the fu-st=plsabel. 
that assumed that surname, died 48 Ed. III. 



J 



William Fetherstonhaugh. = 



William Felherstonhaugh,=p dau. & coh. of Lancaster, of 

temp. Richard II. | Sockbridge, co. Westmoreland. 

I ^ 

Alexander Fetherstonhaugh. =pMargaret , . , . 

I 



Thomas Fetherstonhaugh,=p Alison, dau. of Sir Mawe Whitfield 
time H. VI. | of Whitfield, Knt. 
I 



Alexander Fetherstonhaugh, ^pCicely, dau. of Richard Duckett of Greyrigg, 
of Stanhope. 1 Westmoreland, Esq., afterwards Kt. 



I 

Henry,= 
3^^ son. 



I — 
Alexander. 



;-] 



Richard Fetherstonhaugh of=pAlice, dau. of Robert Lionell.- 
Stanhope, eldest son & heire. I Hedworth of Harraton, 2^1 son. 
I in CO. pal., Esq. 



John Fetherstonhaugh, =pMargaret, sister of Heniy. 
of Stanhope Hall, in Sir Nich. Ridley 
the bishoprick. ofWiUimontswick, 

Knt. 



: dau. of 

Hind- 
marsh. 



I rn 

Lionell, sonne 2. Lancellot. 



Roman,killedbya 2. Michael^ Anne, dau. of 

fall from his horse Fetherston- I Tho. Trollopeof & heire, 16 15. 3. AVilliam 

when 13 years old. haugh. | Thornley, Esq. 



John Fetherston-^pMargaret, dau. of 
haugh ofStanhojie, 
Esq., livinge 1615. 



Anth. RadcHff of 
Blanchland, 
Northumberland, 
Esq. 



-Ill 

Lionel. 

Lancelot. 

Joan. 



Anne,^Peter jNIaddison 



eldest 
dau. 



of Unthanke 
Hall. 



Ralphe Fetherstonhaugh=j=Jane, dau. of John Francis, 2'1 son. 

agcd2 a'^ 1575; of Stan- I Appleyard of Bmst- ^ ^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ 

hope-Hall, CO. pal., Esq., wick Garth, m Hoi- i^ fi2edini57S. 
161 5. I derness. ^ ■^' -^ 



Ralph. 



I ' r-rn — 

John, sonne & heire,=f=( Alice, dau. & heire i. Jane, 
set. 17, 1615. I of William Maire of 2. Dorothy. 

1 the City of York.) 3. Elizabeth. 

(Terfina.) 



rn 

4. Mary. 

5. Helen. 



I20 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



JF^lIjn'stoubalgl; of ^fankg. 




Arms. — Quarterly, i ii: 4. Gu. a cliev. between three ostrich feathers 
arg;eiit, a trefoil sa. slipped for difference. 

2. Arj^'. two bars gu. on a canton of the last, 

a lion statant reguardant or. 

3. Arg. three bucks' heads cabossed gu. 

Crest. — A falcon ppr. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



121 



FETHERSTONHALGH OF STANLEY. 



Alexander Fetlierstonlialgh=pCicely, dau. of Richard Duckett of 
of Fetherstonhalgh, in co. I Greyrigg, in co. Westmoreland, Esq., 
pal. Durham. afterwards Knt. 



Lyonell Fetherston- 
halgh, a second son. 



Richard Feiherston- 
halgh of Fetherston- 
halgh. See p. 119. 



Henry Fetherstonhalgh. 



- dau. of 

Hinemarshe. 



3. William Fetherston-=T=Jane, dau. of 



halgh of Brancepeth, in 
CO. pal. Durham, died 
1659. 



Heniy Faia of 
Brancepeth. 



2. Lancelot, 
died unm. 



I. Lyonell FelJur- 
stone of Braunce- 
peth, in co. pal. 
Durham, died 
unm. 



Henry Fetherstonhalgh^ 
of Stanley, in co. pal. 
Durham, aged 35, 21 
Aug., 1 660. 



=AIary, daughter of 
Clement Fulthorpe 
of Tunstall, co.pal. 
Durham, Esq. 



I. Eliz., wife of 
Thomas Hull of 
Stockley, co. pal. 
Durham. 



2. Mary, wife of 
Arthur Joplin of 
Landew, co. paL 
Durham. 



2. Christopher. 



I. William, a;t 
5,21 Aug., 1666 



1 

2. Isabell. 



I, Mary. 
Certified by HENRY FETHERSTONHALGH. 



i2i 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



foxax d IfuUolu. 




Arms. — Sable, on a chevron engiailed or, between three 
leopard's heads arg., as many annulets of the 
field. 

Crest. — A fox sejant pjir. holding in his mouth an 
arrow or. 



k£CORDfeD 1575, 161 5 AND 1666. 



Hi 



FORCER OF KELLOW. 



Elizabeth, dau. of Ral|)h=pJohn Forser of Kellow, 



Ellerker, Knt., 2nd wife. 



in the bishoprick. 



;. . . . dau. of John Awde- 
wood of ^lidrige Grange, 
in the bishoprick. 



.J 



Ralph. 

Francis. 

Bartho- 
lomew. 



dau. of John=T= Thomas 



Blackett of Wharreton, 
2nd wife. (A dau. of 
Rackett of Whorlton or 
Querington.) 



Forser of 
Kellow. 



Elizabeth, 
dau. of John 
Trollopc, 
1st wife. 



r- 



Thomas P'orser.^Margaret. 



Thomas Forcer, aged=j=Margaret, dau. of 



18. a" 1575, of Harbour 
House, Esq., in co. pal. 
Durham, died in 1620 
or thereabouts. 



John Forcer of=j=^Iargaret,dau. of 
Kellow, a° 1575, Chris. Carre of 
died 1590. Sherburn house, 

CO. Durham. 

1 

Eleanor. 

died 

unm. 



Tro'lope of Thornely, 
in CO. pal. Durham. 



4. Peter Forcer of^pCatherine, i. 



Harbour House, 
Esq., died in a' 
1626 or there- 
abouts. 



dau.of Robt. 
Hodslion of 
HebburiiC, 
in co.jial. 
Duiham. 



John. \ 
Francis. | 
Anthony. ) 



died 
unm. 



I. Eleanor, 
died unm. 



(Ursula), 
wife of ... . 
Colling- 
wood of . . 
in Xorth- 
umberland. 



I 

2. Anne, 

died 

unm. 



I. Mar)', wife John Forcer of=pJane, dau. of 



of Wni. Eure 
Esq., of Dur 
ham. 



Harbour 
House, Esq., 
dyed 29 Aug., 
1065. 



Sir Thomas 
Riddell of 
Gateside, in 
CO. pal. Dur- 
ham, Kt. 



Francis. 4. Peter. 

Thomas. 5. Robt. 

died unm. 



5. Peter, 
aged 15. 



n — I — I 

Thomas. 

John. 

Hemy. 



died 



4. Geo. Forcer^ 
of Harbour 
House, in. co. 
pal. Durham, 
Esq., set. 25, 
an. 21 Aug., 
1666. 



Tsabell,dau.of 
John Swin- 
burne of Cap 
Heaton,in co, 
Northumber- 
land, Esq. 



1 — I 

I. Elizabeth, 
died young. 

Jane. 



John, set. 14 weeks, 21 Aug., 1666. 



Certified by GEORGE FoRCER. 



124 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



^oxsUt d Burljam, 




Arms.— Arg. a chevron vert between three bugle-horns sa. 
stringed or, a canton gu. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



I2S 



FORSTER OF DURHAM. 



.... Foi'ster of Tughill, co. Northumber-- 
land, a younger son to .... Forster of 
Edderston in co. Northumberland. 



.... Forster of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, a younger Sonne. 



Mark Forster of the City of Durham, =pMargaret, dau. of Edward Hudspath 
died about 1620. I of Durham. 



I 

3. Edw., 
parson of 
Ring- 
stede, in 
CO. Norfi. 



2. John For- 
ster, an M. A. 
in Christ's 
College in 
Cambridge, 
dyed unm. 



Tho. Forster^ 
of the city of 
Durham, d., 
circa ann. 
1642. 



Eleanor, dau. 
& coh. of . . 
Southeme, a 
mercht. in 
Newcastle. 



1 — r 

1. Ahce, 
d. unm. 

2. Eliza- 
beth, d. 
unm. 



3. Margaret, 
wife of John 
Ayreson, an 
alderman in 
the city of 
Durham, 



Pexhall Forster^Dorothy, dau. of 



of Durham, aged 
39 years & 10 
months, 20 Aug., 
1666. 



Tobias Blakcs- 
ton of Newton, 
in co, pal. Dur- 
ham, 



I. Matilda, wife 
of George Hod- 
shon, citizen of 
Durham. 



1 1 

2. Anne, wife of 3. Alar- 
William Dent, garet, 
citizen of Dur- 
ham. 



I . Pexhall Forster, 
son & heire, aged 
3 years, 20 Aug., 
1666. 



2, Marmaduke, 
aged I year and 
9 months. 



Certified by Pexall FoRSTER. 



126 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



Jvtbxlt of Harirtoirk^. 




Arms. — Quarterly of 6. — Gu. three crescents ermine — Frcvilc, 
Eschalers, Holbrooke, Wolverton, Fitz-Rnlph and 
Mortimer. 

Crest. — Out of a ducal coronet or, a man's head and shculdcrs 
ppr. vested an I bonnet ted gu. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



127 



FREVILE OF HARDWICK. 



Sir Roger de Freville of Scorning, in Shelford, in co. Cantabr.^ 



Sir Baldwin Freville^ 
of Shelford, Knt. 



=Lucia de Eschalers, heir to the 
lordship of Kaxton in co. 
Cantab. 



Roger de Frevilc^ 
of Skerning. 



1 

Baldwin 
de Fre\'ile. 



I 
Sir Richard=j=AIa- 
of Shelford, I bel. 
Kt.2/E. I. I 

r ^ 

Sir John Frevile, Knt., 29 E. I.=pEleanor. 



Baldwyn 
d. s. p., temp 
E. I. 



Sir Saier 

ofco.Camb., 

Knt. 



Sir Richard de Frevile, Knt., 13 E. II. 



Sir John Frevile, Kt.=j=Ellen Lucy. 

, I 



"~i 



Robert, brother and=p 
heir. | 

Richard dyed ^v'ithout , 1 

issue, 43 E. III. Thomas de Frevile, 8 (or 18) R. II.=f= 

I • ' 



Alexander, from 
whom ye Freviles, 
sometime lords of 
Tamworth Castle, 
in CO. Warwick, 
did descend, mar- 
ried Joan, dau. 
and sole heir of 
Raphe Cromwell, 
by Masera, dau. & 
coheir to Philip, 
Lord Marmion. 



William deFrevile.=p Ann, giand dau. of Robert Fitzhugh. 

I ' 

William de Frevile, 7Ed.IV.=j=Joan, dau. of Ihomas Charleton. 

John Frevile, died in a° (21.') H. VII.=j= 
_ _ I 



A 



Richard. 



I 

Edmund.=j= 

r ^ 

Nicholas.=p 



John, died 
6 H. VI. 



2. Robert Frevile,=pRose. 
died 13 H. VIII. 



John. 



George. 



Nicholas. 



I. Wm. Frevile, o.s.p., 
mar. Anne, dau. of 
Robert Curson. 



Sir George Frevile of=Elizabetli, dau. of 2. Richard Frevile=j=Margaret, dau. of 



Hardwicke, co. pal. 
Dur., Knt., a° i6i6, 
o.s.p., circa a" 1620 



Thomas Jenison of of Bishop Midle- 
AValworth, co. pal. ham, in co. pal. 
Durham. Dur., died 1607. 



Swift of Swift, 
CO. Durham. 



I. George Frevile 
of Greys Inn, Lon- 
don, m. Jane, dau. 
of Martin. 



Tho., 
unm. 

Richd 



1. George, d. 
in infancy. 

2. George. 

3. Richard. 



1 

r. Eliza- 
beth, wife 
ofRobert 
Alderson 
of York- 
shire. 



4. Robert 

Frevile, 

citizen of 

London, m. 

Catherine, 

dau.ofWm. 

Atkinson. 



Dorothy, Ijorn 
23 Nov., 1622, 
died s.p. 



5. Nicholas Frevile 
of Hardwick, co. 
Durham, a;t. 68, an. 
18 Aug., 1 666, mar. 
Maiy, dau. ot Tho. 
Jenison of Irches- 
ter, Northants. 



Ehzabeth, wife 
of Sir John Cal- 
verley of Little- 
bourn, CO. pal. 
Durham. 



1. George, b. 4 July, 
i626,d.inhisyouth. 

2. Richard, b. 23 
July, 1627, died 9 
Nov., 1628. 



I. Ehza-^[. Robert Byerley of 
bethb. 12 Midridge Grange, co. 
Sept., pal. Durham. 

1628. =2. Godfrey Clarke 

of Somersall, co. 

Derby, Esq. 
Certified by Nicholas Frevile, E.sq. 



— 1 — 1 

2. Mary. 

3. Margt., m. ist to Thomas 
Lambtonof Biddick, co. ]5al. 
Dur., 2'l son to Sir Wm. 
Lambton of Biddick, Knt., 
after to Nich. Conyers of 
Boulby, CO. Yorks, Esq. 



128 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



Jultbcrp^ of futtstalL 




Arms. — Arg. a cross moline sa. 
Crest.— A horse passant arg., bridled az. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND I666. 



T29 



FULTHORPE OF TUNSTALL. 



Alan Fulthoipe.= 



Roger Fulthorpe, Knt.- 



Adam Fulthorpe, Knt.= 



Alan Fulthorpe of the Bisliopricke.=p 

I 



Sir Roger Fulthorpe 
(see page 131.) 



Alan Fulthorpe. =pCatlierine, dau. of 
I William Bland. 



William, s.p. John Fulthorpe. = 



1 1 1 1 

Alice, wife to Anne, wife Richard. Jane. 
Rich.Yersley. to Thurston 
Andertone. 



Thomas Fulthorpe.=f=Elizabeth, da. of 
John Crathorne, 



Thomas=pEleanor, dau. of 



Fulthorpe. 



Thomas Lambert. 



I — 
Anne. 



Catherine, EUzabeth. John. 



Alan Fulthorpe, Con-^ 
stable of Midleham 
Castle, under the King. 



Catherine, dau. 
& heire of Wil- 
liam Broughe, 



William. 

Christopher. 

Rowland. 



Geo. 

Alan, 

d.y. 



Tho. Ful-=f Edith, dau. and 



thorpe, and 



sole heire of John 
Hore,lordofEls. 
fitld, CO. Oxon. 



Joane, 
dyed a 
mayde. 



Ehz. 



— r~\ 
Margerj-e 
Margt., a 
Cath. nun. 



Alice, dau. 6i. cohcire, wife to John 
Conyers, son of Christopher Con- 
yers of Pinchinthorpe. 



Eliz., dau. Sc coheire, wife to Simon 
Conyers, sonne & heiie of Rob. 
Conyers of Danby. 



K 



»30 



DtJRHAM VISITATION PtDIGREES 



Jfultljorp^ 0f Stttitstall 




Arms. Ouaitcrly i nnd 4. Arg., a cross moline <,^.—Fiilthorpe. 

" 2 and 3. Arg., three boars' heads erect and 

erased sa, an annulet gu for dif- 
ference — Boothc. 

Crest.— A horse passant arg., bridled az. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



i3» 



FULTHORPE OF TUNSTALL. 

Sir Roger Fulthorpe,Kt., sonne of Alan Fulthorpe, of the Bishopricke (see p. 129). 

Sir William Fulthorpe, Kt.=T=Isabel, sister to Ralph de Lumley, Kt. 



Roger Fulthorpe, Esq.: 



Sir Thomas Fulthorpe, = 
Kt., Justice. 



Sir AVilliam Fulthorpe. 



WiUiam Fulthorpe, Esq.- 



Thomas. Roger. 



William Fulthorpe. 



Thomas Fulthorpe, Esq.=j= 



Isabella, =f=Hemy Rad- Philippa,= 
dau. &c cliffe, Esq. dau. and 

coheire. coheire. 



-Rich. 
Booth, 

Esq. 



Jane, dau.= 
& coheire. 



=Philip Strangwayes, 
after to William 
Constable. 



(!rf)ristop|)rr=f ... sister of Raife. 
JFuUijorpc. Chris. Met- William, 
calfe, Knt. 



Ralphe=f=Ehz., dau. of !Maude, 
Booth, I sister to Sir Rafe 
Esq. j Swinnow, 

J 



Roger. 
La\vi'ence. 



Thomas Fulthorpe- 
of Tunstall. 



=Anne Booth, 
coheire. 



Jane Booth, =pGeorge Smith, Esq., 
coheire. | of Nunstanton. 
I 



Christopher Ful- 
thorpe of Tunstall, 
Esq. 



-^lary, da. of Wil- 
liam Blakeston of 
Coxsay, Esq. 



Francis=pElizabeth, dau. 
Ful- I of George Mus- 
thorpe. grave of Golds- 
2<i son. I borough. 

I 



Anne Smith, 
m. to John 
Swinburne 
of Chopwell. 



Nicholas Fulthorpe of Tun-=j=Margery, da. of . . . Heyfield, and 
stall, Esq., livinge 1615. | niece to Sir Robert BrandUng, Knt. 



— n 
John. 
Roger. 



Christopher Fulthoi-pe=pMary, da. of Clement 2. Edward. 



of Tunstall, sonne and 
heire, died 25 Feb. 1662. 



Colmore of Durham, 
Doctor of the Laws 
and Chancellor of the 
Diocese of Durham. 



3. John. 



Eleanor, wife to Tho- 
mas Colemore M"" of 
Arts, son and heir of 
Clement Colemore. 



I. Elizabeth, Kt. 
15, 161 5, wife of 
Robert Hutton 
of Houghton in 
the Spring, co. 
Durham, Esq. 



1 — 

2. Mary, set. 14, 
wife of Chris- 
topher Dods- 
worth. Master 
of the Hospital 
Well, CO. York. 



IsabeU, dau.= 
of Sir John 
Claverley of 
Littleburne, 
CO. pal. Dur- 
ham. 



dement, sonne= 
and heire, aged 
11,1615 ; ofTun- 
stall, Esq., aged 
61, 21 Aug., 
1666. 



2. Clement, died unm. 

3. Christopher, Bach, of Div. 
in St. John's Coll. in Cambdg. 



G.Wil- 
liam, 
d.unm. 



1 
I. John,= 
act. 36 an. 
21 Aug., 
1666. 



Mary, wife Hy. Fether- 
stonhaugh of Stanley, 
CO. pal. Durham. 



=Mary, dau. of 
Geo. Trotter 
of Skelton 
Castle, CO. 
York, Esq. 



4. Gabriel,: 
a merchant 
in Newcas- 
tle. 



^Barbara, dau. 
of John Emer- 
son, an Alder- 
man in New- 
castle. 



; — I 

5. Timothys 
Fulthorpe, 
died in .Sep. 
1664. 



=Marj', dau. of 
Sir Edward 
Boyle of Fred- 
\-ille, Kent, 
Knight, wid. 
of George 
Trotter of 
Skelton Cas- 
tle, CO. York, 
Esq., 2nd wife. 

=Mary, da. 
of Peter 
Smith, 
Citizen of 
London. 



Christopher, set. 4 
an, 21 Aug., 1666. 



i—r-i 

1. Mary, d. y. 

2. !Mary. 

3. Elizabeth. 



1 

Mary. 



1. Alaiy, d. y. i. Peter, 

2. Barbara. 2. Timothy, 
John, d. y. died young. 

Certified by CHRISTOPHER FULTHORPE (1615), and by 

Clement Fulthorpe, Esq., 1666. 

-B-2 



132 DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



^armtt of ^gjkstUfi^. 




Arms. — Azure, three griffins' heads erased or 



RECORDED 1 5 75, 1615 AND 1 666. 



133 



GARNETT OF EGGLESCLIFFE. 



James Gamett of Blasterfield,=f=Elizabeth, dau. of Henry 
in Westmoreland. Addison of Norrenby. 



Laurence Gamett, of Egglescliffe,: 
in the bishoprick. 



j=Anne, dau. of William Sherwood of 
Newcastle. 



Anthony Gamett of Egglescliire,= 
livinge 1615 (died 1630 vel circa.) 



=]SIai7, dau. of Michael Pemberton of Aisle- 
bye, CO. Durham. 



2. William, 
died unm. 



I. John Gamet= 
of EgglesclifTe, 
CO. Durham, a 
caplflin of horse 
in the regiment 
of Colonell Geo. 
Heron, in the 
army of the late 
King Charles yc 
first, aged 50, 
6 Sept., 1660. 



= Alice, dau. of 
Christopher 
Place of Dims- 
dale, CO. pal. 
Durham, wid- 
dow of ^Mi- 
chael Pember- 
ton of Ais- 
laby, in co. 
pal. Durham. 



r 



Alice, set. 12 an. 6 Sept., 1666. 



I. Mary, a?t.2, 
161 5, wife of 
Raphe Alston 

of Kent. 



2. Ehzabeth, net. 
I of a year, 1615, 
wifeof JohnMan 
of Hemslcy, co. 
York. 



Certified by John Garnet. 



m 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREKS 



(Baxth nf H^atrlattt- 




Arms. — Or, two lions passant in pale between three cross 
crosslets fitchec sa. 

Crest. — A goat argt., attired collared and chained or, 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



13s 



GARTH OF HEADLAM. 



Richard Garth of Headlam,: 
in the bishoprick of Durham. 



: dau. of 

Sadberge, 



Buck of 



WiUiam Garth of Headlam, dyed=T=Margaret, dau. of Robert Eden of 
about 1625. West Aukland, in bpk. of Durham. 



Wilham. =p 

r -^ 

Margaret, mar. 
Thos. Mowbray 
of in War- 
dell, CO. pal. 
Durham. 



r-T—r- 

2. Richard. 

3. Roger. 

4. Charles. 



I. JohnGarthT=Ehzabeth, dau 



of Headlam, 
died 30 Sept., 
1664. 



of William Bate 
of Easeby, in co. 
York, 



Jane, wife of 
Wm. Bankes of 
Rockwood, CO. 
palatine of Dur- 
ham, 



4, Henry 
Garth of 
Morton 
Palmes, in 
CO. pal. 
Durham, 
m. Ehnor, 
dau. of 
Thomas 
Shipton of 
Lythe near 
Whitby, 
Yorks, 



3. Cuthbert 
Garth of 
Richmond, 
m. Margt., 
dau. Sc coh. 

of 

St Martin's 
juxta Rich- 
mond, 



2. Francis Garth of 
Bolam, CO. pal. 
Durham, m. Bar- 
bara, dau. to Raphe 
Hutton, commis- 
sary to the Arch- 
deacon,atDurham. 



\ 

William= 
Garth of 
Head- 
lam, aged 
39 years, 
iG Aug., 
1666. 



-Mary, dau. 
of Thomas 
Jopson of 
Cudworth, 
CO. York, 
eldest sister 
of Sir Wm. 
Jopson, 
Bart. 



1 — I 

M ary, 
wife of 
James 
Wilkin- 
son of 
Kyrk- 
brigg, in 
CO. York. 

Elizabh, 



Jonathan, aged 9 months, 
16 Aug., 1666, 



Triphosa, a daughter, 
aged 8 years in 1666. 

Certified by WiLLM. Garth, 



P36 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



©iffartr of 5iBrltn0t0n* 




Arms. — Quarterly of 6. — i and G. Gu., three lions passant in pale 
arg — Clifford. 2. Gyrony of eight, or and sa, on a canton gu., 
a covered cup of the ?,Qcm\i\^A'irks/(m<e. 3. Cheeky, arg. and 
gu., on a cliev. az. three Catherine wheels of the lirsl — I'aulx. 

4. Ermine, on a chev. sa., three cinqucfoils or 5. 

Arg., on a chev. az. between two eagles sa. as many estoilcs 
or, — Nunsegks. 



RECORDED 1575, I615 AND 1666. 



137 



GIFFORD OF DARLINGTON. 



John Gifford of Twiford, in co.^Anne, dau. of 
Bucks, Esq. I Wynslow. 



Roger Gifford of^Maiy, dau. of Thom<is of=Maiy, dau. of 

Middle Cleyton. Will. Nanseglass. Twiford. Geo. Stavely. 



John Gifford =j=Dorothy, dau. Sir Geo. Giffard, Ralphe,^Mary, dau. of Sir 



of Hilesden, 
Sonne Sc heire, 



of Sir John Knt., 2nd sonne. 
Danet. ^ 



Wilham, sonne 
and heire. 

A 



Roger, 
2<* sonne. 

A 



3^1 sonne. Edw. Chamberlyn 
of Woodstock. 



John Gifford, =pElizabeth, dau. of 

3rd Sonne. I South, 

2nd wife. 



r— 1 — 
I, Robert. 

2 Roger. 



Simon Gifford of Darneton,=j=Muriell, dau. of 
in CO. pal., 4th sonne. John Midleton 

of Blackwell. 



John, sonne Si heire, 
set. 1 1, 1615. 



1 

2. William. 



n 

5. Emanuel. 

3. Nicholas. 



138 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



(lill 0f ^au0ljt0n. 




Arms. — Sa., a pale between four fleurs-de-lis or. 

Crest. — A moor's head ppr. ducally crowned and collared or, 
^ chain from crown to collar also ov. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



139 



GILL OF HAUGHTON. 



John Gill of Thrusciosse=j= 
in CO. Ebor. 



2. Henry=p 
Gill. 

Thomas, 
sans issue. 



3. Peter 
Gill. 



Thomas Gill=j=Ann,dau. 4. Richard, 



of Barton in 
Yorks, eldest 
son. 



of Peter 
Ward of 
Burton. 



WilHam. 



2. Christopher of 
Barton, co. York. 

A 



I. John Gill=j=Margaret, dau. Elizabeth, 



of the City of 

Durham, 

1615. 



of Thos. Har- wife of 
rison of Dur- Christopher, 
ham. Cook. 



1. Margaret, wife of 
Nicholas Whitfield of 
CO. pal. Durham. 

2. Elizabeth, wife of 
Richard Hall of Con- 
sett, CO. pal. Durham. 

3. Mary, died young. 



I. John Gill, aged^p Alice, dau. of 



Nicholas, 
eldest son 
(sic.) 
Ann. 



Margaret, 
^vife of Wm. 
Long (or 
Soiy.) 



18 in 1615; of 
Haughton, near 
Damton, in co. 
pal. Durham, died 
anno in 1662. 



2. John, 3et. 

37. 

3. Michael, 

4. Thomas, 
d, young. 



1 

I. Daniell=pRebecca, 



George Middleton 
of Silksworth, co. 
pal. Durham. 



1 — I 

2. Thomas. 



3. Clement, 
died s.p. 



Gill, aged 
40, 7 Sept. 
1666. 



dau. of 
Wm. Til- 
lard of 
Totnes, co. 
Devon. 



I. Margaret. 
4. Alice, d. y. 



1 

3. Flora, 
wife of 



2. Elizabeth, 
wife of Tho- 
mas Hunter Edward 
of Medoms- Richard 
ley, CO. pal 
Durham. 



son of 
Fishbume 
CO. pal. 
Durham. 



I John, aged 6, 7 Sept. 1666. 



2. William, aged 4 years. 

Certified by JOHN GiLL 



HO- 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREKS 



laggmtott ot lagg^vstcn Castle. 




Arms. — Azure on a bend cotlised arg., three billets sa. on a 
canton arg.,^thc redhand of Ulster. 

Crest. — A lion rampant argt. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



141 



HAGGERSTON OF HAGGERSTON CASTLE. 

Haggerston of= dau. of 

Haggerston Castle in Haslerigg of Haslerigg, 
Northumberland. in Northumberland. 

Haggerston of Haggerston,= dau. of Um- 

in Northumberland. fravile. 

Hagerston.^ dau. of Collingwood of 

I EsUngton in Northumberland. 

.r: ' 

William Haggerston of Haggerston=p . . . . dau. of ... . Ratcliffe of 
Castle, Esquire, slaine in "Scotland at Bilston, in Northumberland, 
Panyerheugh about the beginning of | sister to St. George Ratcliffe, 
K. H. VIII's reigne. Knt., Warden of the East 

I ^larches. 

r ^ 

Henr)^ Haggerstone, borne after=j=. . . . dau. of .... Bedenall of Lem- 
his father's death. I ington, in Northumberland. 



3. Cuthbert. 

4. John. 



2. Henry of Gos- 
wike, in North- 
umberland. 



I. William Hag-= 
gerston, died abt. 
tlie 40 }eare of 
the reigne of Qu. 
Elizabeth. 



=Margaret, da. 

of Butler 

of RawclifTe, 
CO. Lane. 



jMaiy, wife of 
John Orde of 
Berwick-on- 
Tweed. 



2. Luke, I. Sir Thomas Haggerston of Haggerston^ 
d. unm. Castle, bart., created by K. Charles the 
first, 15 Aug., 1643, he was Coll. of a regt. 
of horse and foote under yo Right Honble. 
William Marquesse of Newcastle, in the 
sei-vice of K. Charles the first, against his 
rebellious subjects, xt. 72, an. 18 Aug., 
1666. 



=Alice, dau. of 
Henry Banaster 
of the Banke, hi 
CO. Lane, Esq., 
and of Ahce, his 
his wife, dau. & 
sole heir of Jolni 
Cuerden of Cu- 
erden, co. Lane. 



— I — I 

1. JNIary. 

2. Anne, 
d. unm. 



3. Henry, 
now re- 
siding at 
Liege, in 
Germany. 



2. Thomas= 
Hagerston, 
Coll. of a 
regim^. of 
Foote, in 
the service 
ofK.Ch. yo 
tirste, aged 
38" 1 8 Aug. 
1666. 



Margaret, 
dau. of Sir 
Francis 
Howard of 
Corby Cas- 
tle, Cum- 
berland, 
Knt. 



I. John, eldest son, 
captaine of a troope 
in the regimt of .Sir 
Francis Anderson, 
Knt., for his Ma^'e 
K. Ch. the first, and 
slayne in a fight at 
Preston, in Lanca- 
shire, a^ 1644, unm. 



I. Thomas, set. 14, 
an. 18 Aug., 1666. 



2. Wilham, set. 10. 



John, aged 5. 



r. Ellen, wifeof Wm. 
Selby of Bidlesden, 
Northumberl<^, Esq. 

2. Anne, wife of Wm. 
Blundell of Crosby, 
CO. Lane, Esq. 

3. IMargaret, wife of 
Willm. Hodshon of 
Hebburne, in co. pal. 
Durham, Esq. 

4. Alice, d. unm. 



3. Henry, aged 7, Francis, aged 
6 months. 



Certified by THOMAS HAGGERSTON, Esq. 



142 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



Hajglborp^ of Jldtleslu0rtl}^. 




Arms. — Sable, a chevron engrailed or. 

Crest. — A cubit arm, habited bendy gules and azure, grasping a 
slip .... vert ; pey JVm. F/oivcr, Norroy, a'^ 1575- 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



143 



HAGTHORPE OF NETTLESWORTHE. 



John Hagthoipe of Nettleswoithe, a younger^ 
son of Hagthorpe of Holdernesse. I 



John Hagthorpe of Nettleswoithe.^ 



William Hagthorpe of Nettlesworth.=pAnne, dau. of 

I Claxton of Olde Parke. 



John Hagthorpe of Nettles\vorthe.=pElizabeth, dau. of John Lewen 

i of Newcastle. 



Robert Hagthorpe of=i=Margaret, dau. of . . . . 
Nettlesworthe. Menvill of Sledwiche. 



Hieronimus 
Hagthorpe, 
ob. s.p. 



1. Thomas, 
living 1575. 

2. Robert. 

3. Rowland. 



Rowland, 2nd son, 
ob. s.p. 



John Hagthorpe of=f=Isabel, dau. of John 



Nettlesworthe, liv- 
ing a° 1575. 



Vavasour of AVeston. 



1 — T" 

4. George. 

5. Phillip. 



Elizabeth, 
wife of Robt. 
Smyth. 



Grace. 
Anne. 



Ahce, 
ob. s.p. 



I I I 
Dorothy. 

Margery. 

Margaret. 



Verefied by the subscription of Thomas Hagthorpe 
aforesayd, at Durestne, on Saturday, the third of Sep- 
tember, a° 1575. — Thomas Hagthorpe. 



144 



OtTHHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



tall at Cottsett ^ little^. 




Arjis.— Or, a chevron sable fretty of the fust between thice 
denii-hons passant azure, on a chief gules three chajilets 
argent ; a martlet for dillcrence ; per IViit. I'loivcr, 
Noiroy, a" 1575. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



HS 



HALL OF CONSETT AND BIRTLEY. 



William de Birtley, 
lord of the manor of 
Birtley, 30 Hen. VI. 



William Stubbs, seized^pAlice. 
of the manor o! Confide, 
8 Hen. IV. 



Isabel, \vife to 
. . , Blackburn. 



Margaret, 
s.p. 



Robert Hall= 
of Birtley. 



=Isabell, dau. 
and coheire. 



John Hall= 
of Birtley. 



Ralph Hall of Beamish=T=., 
in CO. Durham. 



Jolin Hall of=f=AgTies, dau. of 
Byrtley, co. I John Swynbonie 
Durham. of Ljmsford. 



I 

I. Ehzabeth, 
wife of Tho- 
mas Hutchin- 
son of More- 
side. 



^ 

2. Agnes, 
wife of 
Leonard 
Elmeraw of 
Even wood. 



heire. 



dau. and=i=John Warde. 



William AVarde, 



John Warde= 
of Conside. 
dau. of 
Ne\'ille. 



i=^Iargaret, dau. & 
I heire of Simon 

Walkerlcy of 

A^^alkerlev. 

9 Hen. V'll. 



W^ilham Warde= 
of Conside. 



^Elizabeth, 

dau. of 

Swinburne of 
Edlineton. 



Robert. 
Mathew. 
Jane. 
Isabel. 



John Ilalb 
of Byrtley, 
in CO. pal., 
'1' 15:5- 



=Isabel, dau. 
and heir. 



I. John Hall, son and heir, =^ Jane, dau. of 
aged 7, a 1575; of Conside Christopher 



Dorothv. 



and Birtley, co. pal. 1615. 



Maire, of 
Hardwick. 



Ralph. 

Christopher, 

Robert. 



John, 1st Sonne, 
an idiot. 



Thomas, 2d sonne, 
and heire to his 
father, by adop- 
tion, xt. 13 — 1615. 



Michael, 
3rd Sonne. 



r-r-i 

1. Isabel. 

2. Elizabeth. 

3. Eleanor. 



I'ercfed by the sithscription of foliii Hall of Byrtley 
aforesaid, at Diir/tains on Monday, 5 ^^I'l--, '575- — 
John Hale. 



146 



in'RTIAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



^all nf llnUmbusljc. 




Arms.— Or, a cliev. sn. frctty of the first between three demi- 
lions passant az., on a chief gu. tluee chaplets arg. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 16G6. 14- 



HALL OF HOLLENBUSHE. 



JefferyHallof= 
Marley Hill. 



Ralph Hall of Marley Hill.: 



John Hall of :vlailey Hill.=|=Eufania, daii. &c coheire of 
Ralph Carre of Newlands. 

I ' 

John Hall of HoUenbushe, in co.=p]Margery, dau. of Bryan Trotter 
pal. livinge 1615. I of Trim'don. 

^^rX7- r~i ^ I I I — I 

William, Sonne and heire, 2. Christopher. Jane. 

a?t. 15, 1615. 3. John. Judith. 



U8 



DURHAM VISITATION PEOIGRERS 



fjfiU 0f lirlnsam, 




Arjis. — Avfj. a chevron engrailed between Uiree talbots' heads 
erased azure, on a c-liit f of Ihe last, as nianv mullets 



Crest. — A talbot's head erased sa. 



RECORDED I575, 1615 AND t666. 



I-IQ 



HALL OF NEWS AM. 



"William Hall ofXewsani, in^Maigeiy, dau. of 

CO. pal. Durham, cle.scended | Pollard of Beinaids Castle, 
fnjm the Halls of Gietford, in co. pal. Durham, 
in CO. Line. 



_j 



Christopher Hall of AVest I'>ancis Hall of Newsani,=j=^Iargaret, dau. of .... 
Harbiime, in co. pal. Dur- died in the beginning of I Tunstall of Scargill, in 
ham, died without issue. K. Jnmes, his reign. co. York. 



2. Francis Hall, 
citizen of London. 

3. John, died witli- 
out issue. 

4. Thomas Hall of 
Hornby, co. Yorks. 

5. William Hall, 
citizen of London. 

6. Anthony, dyetl 
unmarried. 



I, Chris. 
Hall of 
Xewsam, 
aged 77, 
17 Aug., 
1666. 



:Anne, dau. 
and coh. of 
Edward 
Blakiston 
of Great 
Chilton, in 
CO. pal. 
Durham. 



1 . Helen, wife 
of Christopher 
GaynesofScoole 
Acloy, inco.pal. 
Durham. 

2. Jane, wife of 
John Jenison of 
Walworth, co. 
pal. Durham, 
Esq. 



1 — I 

3. Dorothy, wife 
of Thomas Hut- 
ton of Woodham, 
CO. pal. Durham. 

4. Catherme, wife 
of Thomas Las- 
celles of North- 
allerton, CO. Yorks. 



Lodovick Hall, Esq.,- 
son & heir, now one of 
his Ma'i^s Justices of 
the Peace in this co., 
aged 46, 17 Aug., 1666. 



:Mar}-, dau. of 
George Blin- 
coeoftheMid- 
dle Temple, 
London, Esq. 



I. Catherine, wife 
of William Fen- 
wick of Bywell, 
Northumberland, 
Esq. 



2. Anne, wife of 
Robert Shafto of 
Benwell, Northum- 
berland. 



William. 
Lodowicl 
Robert. 
Charles. 



George. 
Francis. 
John. 



I. Christopher, 
aged 25, 1 7 Aug., 
1066, mar. Dor- 
othy, dau. of John 
Goldsmith of Ex- 
ton co.Soutliants. 



I. Anne, M'ife of 
John Errington of 
Elton, CO. pal. 
Durham. 



1 — rn 

2. Catherine 

3. Grace. 

4. 'Mary. 



Certified by LODOWICK Hall, Esq. 



ISO DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



Halltman oi ICumkg, 



No arms entered. 



RECORDED 1 5 75, 1615 AND 1 666. 15! 



HALLIMAN OF LUMLEY. 

John Halliman of Fulthorpe.=f= 

John Halliman. =p dau. of ... . Elstob 

I of Foxton. 



Robert fIalliman.=pMaryaiel, dau. of Anthony INIitford 
I of Pontisland. 



]Martyn Halliman of Lumley,= 
livinge 1615. 



^Margaret, dau. of William Bul- 
mer of Witton. 



Richard. George, sonne and Mary, wife to Ralph ^Margaret, wife to Robert 
Thoniab. heire, x'l. 18, 1615. Blakeston of Seaton. Harbottle of Chester-in- 

the-Street. 



IS2 



DURHAM VISITATIOX PEDIGREES 



%ar&in0i> d ^ollinp^it 




Ak.\Io.~ Gules, lliicc gicylKJumls ccuiiinl in fcsse or. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1066. 153 



HARDIXGE OF HOLLINGSYDE. 

llenn- nardinije.:^ 



.J 



Adam Haidinge.=p 

I 



Sampson Hardinge.^ John. Agnes. Isabel. 

"William. =p 



Roger.=p Other sons. 

I 

_ , ^ ^ ^ 

Richard Hardinge=i= sister of Sir Joan. Agnes. 

of HoUingsyde. I Ralph Harbottell, 
Knight. 



Sampson Hardinge=f=Jane, dau. of John Hedworth Bertram Hardinge, 
of Holhnyde in the I of Harraton. 2 son, ob. s.p. 

bishoprick. | 

Ralph Hardinge of-=pIsabcl, dau. of Wm. Richard. John, 

Holmsyde, living I Ratchffe of Tunstall 
a". 1575. I House. 



Ralph Hardinge, Catherine, wife of AVilliam Dorotliy. Maiy. Isabel, 
^t. 17, 1575. Musgrave of Goldesburgh. 

Verified by the suhscriptioii oj Kaiilfe Nanlyii^e of Holliiii;syde 
a/oresnyci, at Durham, on Tuesday, (f August i 575. 

Raufe Hakuvnje. 



'54 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



Harrison nf IBbbop ^ucklantr. 




Arms. — Azuic, 3 derai-lions lampaut mancd or, a Uefoil slipped 
arg. for difference. 

Crest. — A demi-lion a;^ in the arms charged with a trefoil slipped 
gu., holding between its paws a laurel garland ppr. 



RECORDED I575, 1G15 AND 1666. 



15s 



HARRISON OF BISHOP AUCKLAND. 



John Harrison, Lord Mayor of York,- 
a° 1612, 



=lsabell, dau. 
.... Frjer, 



and heir of 



4. Robert Har- 
rison of Bishop 
Auckland, co. 
]ial. Dur., aged 
59, 4 Sept. 1666. 



^Isabel], dau. of 
Linley "Wrenn 
of Binchester, in 
CO. pal. Durham, 
Escjuire. 



2, Frances, 
aged 3 yrs. 



I . Robt. Harrison, 
son & heir, aged 9, 
4 Sept., 1666. 



3. Stephen 
Harrison of 
York, died 
unm. 



2. John Har- 
rison, D''. of 
Physick, died 
unm. 



1. Barbara, 
aged 1 1. 



2. Isabel, 
aged 8. 



1 

I. Thomas 
Harrison of 
Acaster, co. 
York. 



3. Dorothy, 
aged 10 weeks. 



Cei'tijicd by Robert Harrison. 



156 



DURPIAM VISITATION PKDIGREES 



Hi^atl) nf ITupkr. 




Arm.s. — Party pcv cliev. or and sa., in chief two niullols, in base 
a heath-cock uattleil gu., countercharged. 

Ckkst.— On a wrealli, a heath-cock"b head erased sa., wattled 
gu. Granted 4 Aug., 1558 ; J>cr IF//!. Ihwcv. 



RECORDED 15715, 1615 AND I666. 



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reacher. 


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DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



H^bborn^ of ^Ijotton. 




Arms.— I. nnd 4. Aif^cnt, three fiie-pots sable, a label for 
di fleiencc — Hd>hor)U'. 
2. and 3. Gules, a chevron between three trefoils 
slippeil argent — Ilodm. 



RECORDED I575, 1615 AND I666. 



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li^Munrtlji^ 0f l|arraf0n. 




Arms.— r. Argent, an incscutcheon sable, within an orle of 
ei<^ht cin(|iicfoils gules — Dairy assiinicd by IffJwurtlie. 

2. \'cit, an eagle displayed or, beal<ed and membered 
sable — /flit /oil. 

3. Or, thiee (birds) vert — Cliaiicellor. 

4. Ermine, on a canton argent, a sallirc engrailed sable 
Geffiy* 

5. Aznre, a fesse between three tleurs-dc-lis or — Skclloii. 



No/e. — That this firs.t coate is the amies of IXircy of the Ilishopricke, one of whose 
heires Hedwoith did many, so that Hedworth hath noe arms of h's name. Conyers of 
Ilnton maiiied another, and I'lidsey married the 3rd danfjhtcr of ihe sayd Darcy. 

(*) The arms of OelTry and Chancellor have been very generally mistaken for each other 
hnt they are here placed correctly as in \'isitation. 



RECORDED I575, 1615 AND 1666. 



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DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGRKES 



1ngljin3t0u of ffir^ptoit^s. 




Arms.— Emiinois, a chev. charged with three cross crosslets 
iitchcc or, between three boars' heads erased azure. 

Crest. — A dcmi-boar erased erminois, holding a cross crosslet 

rilchcc azure. 



RECORDED 1575, 1C15 AND 16G6. 



1(^3 



HEIGHINGTON OF GREYSTONES. 



AVilliam Heigliincjton of Redwortli=p 



Thomas PIcighington.=pAnne, da. and hciie of Rich. 
I Rawlin, of Stobbylec. 

I 

William Heighington.=f=Eliz. dau. of John Aton 
I (Aiton) of Fishbournc. 



Margaret, daughter =j=Richard Heighington,=j=Eleanor, dan. of George 



of Henry Brabant, of 
Bianspelh, 1st wife. 



Henry, 
Sonne 
and 

heire, ret. 
36, 1615. 



of Graystones and Nes- 
bitt, livingc 1615. 



Symes of Elton, 
wife. 



2nd 



2. George, m. 
Margaret, da. 
of Tho. Tun- 
stall of Cot- 
ham. 



3. John. 
I. Mary. 



— 1 

2. Eliz., wife 
to Francis 
Forster of 
Darnton. 



Robert 
Toby. 



Margaiet. 

Doiothy. 

Joane. 

Anne. 

Frances. 



M- 



164 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



Ixron of (fast tbuklcu. 




Arms.— Gules, on a chevron between three herons argent, a 

cinciucfoil sable. 
Not.:-" Renieiubu- ihc difference of .^ younger brother of a younger House." 



RECORDED 1575, 161 5 AND 1 666. 



165 



HERON OF EAST THICKLEY. 



John Heron of Bokenfields, in= 
Northumberland, descended of 
a younger brother of the house 
of Ford, Northumberland . 



John Heron of Bokenfields, 
in Northumberland, a° 1575. 



=Margery, dan. of William 
I^isle, Knight. 



r ■ 1 
Ronian Humfry =pEliza- 


Lionel Heron^ Isabel, 


George 


(or Bry- Heron, 


beth,dau. 


ofEastTlnck- 


dau. and 


Heron, 


an), 2nd eldest 


of Thorn. 


ley, in the bis- 


sole heir 


4th son 


son. son. 


Gray of 


hoprick, a'^ 


of Ralph 






Horton, 


1575, 3rd son. 


Pente of 






Knight. 




East 
Thickley. 




II 


n 1 


r 




3. Lionel. i. 


John. 


Nicholas Heron, John. 


4. James. 2. 


WilUam. 


aged 6, a° 157 


5- 





:Jane, dau. 
of William 
Buhner, 
Kt., widow 
of William 
Wrenne (or 
Warren). 



A 



This is verefied for true by the subscription of Lionell 
Heron, at Avjkland, on Friday, 2^ July, a" 1575. 

LiuNELL Heron. 



166 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



IlilUartr of JBurljam. 




Arms. — i. Azure a clicv. between three mullets arg., a mullet 
for (linbreiice — IJillianl. 2. Arg. two bars azure — ■ 
union. 3. Arg. three chaplets gu. — /////on of Swint. 

4, (hi. within a border engr. three covered cups or, . . . 

5. Arg., a boar sa. bristled or — Swync. 6. Or, a 
morion gu. — /\i/liain. 7. Arg. on a bend cotised sa. 
three cscallo])s gu. — /A' la //ay. 8. Az. two bars 

ncbuloe or — /)<: /aScc. i). Arg. a cross moline sa 

10, Gu. a cross moline or 

CkKoT. — A cjck s.i. combed and wattled gu. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



167 



HILLIARD OF DURHAM. 



Peter Hilliaid, of 
Winstead, co. Ebor. 



:Johan, dan. and heiie of vSir 
Martin De la Sey, of Barm- 
ston, Knt., 2nd wife. 



Jane, da. of . . . . 
Consibv, 1st wife. 



^Sir Christopher Hilhard, of^Joane, dau. of Ralph 
Winstead, Knt., anno 30 Constable of Halsham, 
Henr>'VIII. 2nd wife. 



^lartyn. 



John IIilliard.T=Margaret, widow of Edw, 
iViusgrave, and dau. of ... . 
Thorp, of Essex. 



1 

Leonard. 



Robert Hilhard of the=fFrances, dau. of William 
cittie of Durham, 161 5. Fotherby, of York. 



Christopher, sonne 
and heire oet 14, 16 15. 



2. John. 

3. Wilham. 

4. George. 



1 — I — 

1. Frances. 

2. Anne. 



3. Judith. 

4. Margaret. 



i6& 



bURHAJI VISITATION PEDIGREES 



liU0n 0f iilton. 




'C<i 



Arms.— Argt. two b:iis azure. 

Ck|.;s|'. — Tlic head of Moseb aflVoutee jipr. gloiificJ or. 

SL'pruKTlCRS.--Two lions azure. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



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DURHAJNl VISITATION PEDIGREES 



Hilton of Burljam, 




xtx 






Arms.— Sa. three mullets 2 and I, between two sallireb in chief 
aig., a trefoil for difference. 

Crest.— A demi-{,aiflin ',egeant charged with a trefoil. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



171 



HILTON OF DURHAM. 



Eliz. dau. of Leo-==pLancelot Hilton, a youngei-=pCatherine, dau. and 



nard Smelt, of Kir- 
by Fleetham, in co. 
York, 2nd wife. 



son to .... Hilton, of Hil- 
ton, in CO. Westmorland, 
died 1636 (vel circa), at 
Dyons, in co. Pal. Durham. 



Mai7,= 
dau. of 
Thomas 
Col more, 
of the 
city of 
Durham, 
(1st wife) 



I 

Lancelot^ 
Hilton, of 
the city of 
Durham, 
Kt. 58, an- 
nor. 2iAug. 
1666. 



=Dorothy, dau. 
of William 
Wright of 
Cumberland, 
widow of John 
Cradock, of 
Gainsford, co. 
Pal. Durham. 



'"1 — I 
Francis 

Hilton, of 

Killerby, 

in CO. Pal. 

Durham. 

Annie, 

living 

1615. 



coheir of Ralph Al- 
w)Ti, of ^loiton, CO. 
Pal., istwife. (Visit. 
1615). 



James=f= 
Hilton, of 
Dyons, 
aged 22 
i'l 1615, 
died a" 



Christ- 
opher. 

John, 
died 



1 — I 

Alice 
and 

:Marg. 
1615. 



Alexander. 



1. Anne. 

2. Elizabeth. 



Jheronima, wife of Edward 
Morecroft of Durham. 



r-l—T 

Eleanor. 

Elizabeth. 

Dorotln-, 



Abraham Hilton, xt. 3t=pMaiy, dau. of 



anno 21 Aug. 1666, now 
Lord of Hilton, in the par- 
ish of Staindrope, in co. 
Pal. Durham. 



Henry Marley of 
Hilton, in co. Pal. 
Durham. 



Richard. 
Cuthbert. 
Robert. 



Maiy, aged 11 months, 21 Aug., 1666. 



Certified by LANCELOT Hilton. 

(') Entered his pedicree .^t the Visitation of 1615- with these arms— on a bend 
cottised three martlets and a mullet for difference (no colors). 



m 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



1|0bgson of H^bburn, 




Arms. — Quarterly i and 4. Party per cliev. embattled or and 
azure, three martlets counterchanged — Hodgson. 2 and 
3. Gu., a horse courant sa 

Crest. — A martlet azure, winged or, holding an olive-branch 
vert. 



RECORDED I575, 1615 AND 1666. 



I7J 



HODGSON OF HEBBURN. 

. Hodgson. =j= dau. of . . . . Fetheiston- 

I halgh, of Stanhope. 



Hodgson=j= .... dau. of . 
I ofWorshall. 



Saire, 



Robert, Richard Ilodj: 
a Doctor son, of New- 
in Phy- castle, Alder- 
sick, man 1575. 



^Isabella, dau. 
of James Law- 
son, of New- 
castle. 



Dorothy, 
wif to ..., 
Willye, of 
Houghton. 



AVilliam=f=... da. of 



Hodgson 
4th son. 



Elizabeth, 
wife to 
Nicholas 
Hedley. 



Richard, 
Sonne 
and hcire 
.•ct. 23, 
J615. 



Anne, dau. 
of Richard 
Langley, of 
Grimlhorpe, 
CO. Ebor. 
2nd wife. 



=Robert= 
Hodg- 
son, of 
Heb- 
born, 
in CO. 
Pal. 



=Isabel,dau. 
and coheire 
of Christ. 
Place, of 
Hanlaby, 
s.p., 1st 
wife. 



Robert. 
William. 
James. 
John. 



6. Francis. 

7. Edmond. 

8. George. 



Mary. 
Cathe- 
rine. 
Anne. 
Dorothy. 



.Sir Chii>t. 
Hilliard. 



A 



— I 

Lance- 
lot, mar. 
Alaiy, 
dau.of ... 
Lea, of 
Brandon. 



1. John. 

2. Ralph. 



Richard, 
mar. heiress 
of Alberlus 
Isinderffius 
in Prussia. 



Will. 



Albert. 



Ursula 
Ju^tina. 



174 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



full d ©ustokg-fiellr. 




Arms. — Party per pale a/.iuc and gules, a chevron or, between 
three fleurs-de-lis arj:;. ; />i'r Win. Flower, Norroy, a° 
'575- 

Crest.— A cubit arm habited party i-)er pale azure and g:ules, 
{^raspinfj a lleur-dc-lis of the same. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 175 



HULL OF OUSTERLEY-FIELD. 



Robert Hull of Ousteiley.ficld,= 
in CO. Durham. 



Thomas Hull {John in (?//.y/; V=p Agnes, dau. of Christo- 
CoUe^e copy). | pher Hoorde. 



Rober: HullofOusterley-fieId,=pMargaret, dan. of Richard Kirklawe 
'1° '575- I 



r- 



John Hull, son and 2. Robert. Roger. ElSeth. 

heir, aged 10, a'' 3. Nicholas. Agnes. 



15:5- 



Vcrefied l>y tin siihscriplion of Robert I lull 
aforesayd at Diirhain, on Saturday, 3 Sep- 
tember, a" 1575.— Robert Hull. 



176 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



lxttcl}ttts0n of Ixtrbam. 




Arms. -Per pale ^u. and a/.uic, cnisilly or, a lion rampant arg. 

Crest.— Out of a ducal coronet or, a dcmi-cockatrice, wings 
elevated azure, combed and wattled gu. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



177 



HUTCHINSON OF DURHAM. 



Richard Hutchinson, citizen and=p dau. of 



aldennan of Durham, dyed in 
Oueen Ehzabeth's lime. 



"Watson of 
Durham. 



the city 



I. Richard Hut- 
chinson, a Mr. of 
Arts in St. John's 
Colledge in Cam- 
bridge, died un- 
married. 



2. Christopher Hut- 
chinson of Durham, 
dyed 
1646. 



circa annum 



=Elizabeth, dau. 
ofWm. Browne 
ofShotton,inco. 
pal. Durham. 



Ju(hth,\vifeof 
Nicholas Hut- 
chinson of 
Durham. 



2. "William 
Hutchinson. 



I 

2. Tho'.nas. 



I. Richard Hut-=T=Jane, dau. of 



chinson of Dur- 
ham, ret. 62, an. 
20 Aug., 1666. 



Thomas Robinson 
of Branspeth, in 
CO. pal. Durham. 



1 

Catherine, wife of 
Richard Harrison 
of Durham. 



I. Chiistophci- 
Hutchinson a^t. 
26 an., 20 Aug., 
a° 1666. 



=Susan, dau. of 
A\'m. Milborne 
of Newcastle - 
uj3on-T3ne. 



I. Elizabeth. 
3. Hannah. 

4- 



Isabell. 



1 

Jane, wife 
to John 
Browne of 
Durham. 



Certified by RiCHARD Hl'TCHIXSON. 



N 



1/8 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGRKKS 



luttntt of Iwrljam. 




Arms. — Gu., on a fessc or, lietween three enshions ermine, 
fleur-cle-lii5. 

Crest. — A wild man proper, holding an oak branch vert. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



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on of Burbant* 




Arms. — l and 4. Gu. on a fesse or between three cushions 
ermine, a ilciir-dc-lis — Iliilton. 
2. and 3. Sable, on a chcv. argt. ; between three boars' 
lieads coupcd or, an annnlet — T/iurlwt/l. 



RECORDED 1 5 75, 1615 AND 1 666. 



181 



HUTTON OF DURHAM. 



.... Hut ton, of^ 
Hutton John. 



Robert Hutton of Hutton=p.... dau. of .... Greene of 
John, in Cumberland, 4th I Brinkborne, in Northumberland, 
son. 



John Hutton, of Stretlam, in=f=^Iunell, dau. of Peter Cooper, of 
CO. p.il. I Temple Cowton. 



Edward Hutton, of Duresme, living=j=Anne, dau. of Francis Lascells, of Aller- 



1 61 5, Batchelor of the Civil Law, and 
BayUff of the said Cittie. 



2. Arthur. 

3. Raljihe. 
4- 



Charles. 



1 — \ — I 

(5. John ?) 

5. Henry. 

6. William. 



thoi-p, in Richmondshiie. 



Christopher, sonne 
and heire, set. 28, 
1615. 



Margfirett. 



Edw. Hutton. 



l82 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREKS 



Huttou 0f Huniugk. 




Arms. — i and .). Sable (or vert) an ca^'le displayed or — Hitttoti. 
2 and 3. j\i}^eiii, three lozcnj^es joules, eaeh charged 
with a ^allire ol' the held — Dalton. 

Crest. — An ostrich's head :a')!r, winj^ed gules, holding in its 
beak a horbC-s'ioe 01. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



183 






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DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



|atb0n of Harraton, 




Arms.— Or, a chcMou indented ^u. between three cnglcs' heads 
erased sa. 

Crkst.—A pair of liens' ijamhs or lioldinp the heads erased of a 
doulile-lieaded cajjle sa. 



RECORDED I575, 1615 AND 1666. 



i8S 



JACKSON OF HARRATON. 



Robert Jackson of Mans-= 
field in co. York. 



Thomas Jackson of Mansfield.=f= 



Thomas Jackson of Haraton, in the=f=.Marv, dau. and sole heire of John 
bishopntkof Durham, living 1 61 5. Watson of York, by d:iu. of 



by 
Rokeby of Marske. 



John Jackson, sonne and heire. 



i86 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



lam^s, fBisbnp ot Burbttm. 




Arms.— Quarterly l and 4. Sa. a dolphin embowed arg. 
f*' bctw. three cross crosslets or" in some copies) — 
James. 2 and 3. Ermine, on a chief f^u. three cross- 
crosslets or. 

Crest. — On a wreath vert a demi-buU or. 



RECORDED 1575, 16 1 5 AND 



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Gunter, a 
of Widiai 
ley, son a 
Sir John 
of Londoi 


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DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



|ms0n of Walluortb, to. lurljam. 




Arms. — Azure, a bend between iwo swans or. 

Crest.— Out of a ducal coronet or, a dragon's head azure. 



RECORDED 1 575, 1615 AND 1 666. 



189 



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Icbttsntt d ^Imsull 




Arms. — Sable, on n bend or between two tenets arrj. three 
jilieons j,'u. 

Crkst. — A tifjers' head eoTiped sable, bezantec. 



RECORDED I575, 1615 AND l66t). I9I 



JOHNSON OF TWISSELL. 

William Johnson of-pAnne, da. of , . 
Twyssell, in co. Pal. I Tempest. 



George Johnson.=fCatheiine, dau. of John 
I Lambton, of Lambton. 



Michael Johnson=Ani-,e, dau. of Anthony 2. Ralfe. 4. George, 

of T^^TSst■ll, now Wytham, of Clifle, in co. Nicholas. 5. John, 

livinge 161 5. Ebor. -^ •" -' 



IQ2 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGRKES 



l0ljnst0n fo Miblbkstanrtlj. 







\R:^is._Per pale sa. and a/.urc a satire aig., chained with hve 
cocks of tlic first between three towers enllaincd ol 
the third, and two spears saltirc ways in base or. 

Crest,— A dexter arm embowed in armour, discharing a pistol 
all proper. 



RECORDED 1 5 75, 1615 AND 1 666. 1 93 



JOHNSTON OF KIBBLESWORTH. 

Hemy Johnston of Bai-=pjane, clau. of William Smith 
wick upon Twede. I of Newcastle upon Tyne. 



4. J.eonaid. 2. Jolm. AVilliam Johnston of Kib-=j=j\Iargaret, dau of Wm. 

, T, , . , t- 1 I kowoi th in CO. pal. Durham, Sherwood ofNewcastle 

S.Robert. 3. i-dward. ^ , ^^ i ... 



aged .... 18 Aug., 1666. 



upon Tyne. 



I — I 1 1 — I 1 

3. Sarah. 2. Abigail, i. Phcebe, wife of John i. Nathaniel John- 2. Wil- 

-.r wife of Wm. Blakeston, a barrister son, aged 2t yrs., liam 

'^' " ^' Bonner of at law now residing 18 Aug. 1666. aged 5. 

Newcastle. in Newcastle. 

Certified by Benedict Hoyley on the bchalfe of 
Mr. William Iohnston. 



194 



DUKHAM VISITATION PEDJGKEES 



Uniiall 0f ©Ijorp fljuks. 




Ar.ms. 



Per bend imkntcl aii^ciit and sable ; a crc^cxut on a 
mullet for dilicrcncc, 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



19s 



KENDALL OF THORP THULES. 



John Kendall, a younger son of= 
the house of Kendall, of Rypon, 
descended of a younger brother of 
the house of Kendall besides Lich- 
field. 



-. . . . dan. of 
.... Rosse, of 
Roots, in Hol- 
dernesse. 



"William Kendall, of Thorpe^ 
Thules, in the bithoprick, son 
and heir, a". 1575. 



^Isabel, dau. of AVilliam Wrenne, 
of Bynchester, co. Durham. 



I — I — I — 
Anne. 
Catlieiine. 
Elizabeth. 



Margerj'. 
^Margaret, 
Isabel. 



William. 

George. 

s.p. 



Anthony Ken-= 
dall, of Thorpe 
Thules died abt. 
1630. 



-. . . , dau. 
of 

Warde. 



John Kendal of Thorp= 
Thules, died circa 1646. 



= . . . . dau. of ... . Pea- 
cock, of Richmond, co. 
York. 



John, 
d. s.p. 



Con- 



.... wife of 

yers, of Woley, co. pal., 

Durham, 



Anthony Kendall^Elizabeth, dau. of 



of Thorpe Thules, 
aged 59, ann. 16 
Aujj. 1 666. 



"W^m. Watson of 
Whit ton, CO. pal. 
Durham. 



John Heathfield=Elea- =John Met- 
of Richmond, nor. calfe of 
CO. York, I St. Richmond, 

hu'band. 2nd hus. 



William Kendall, Ibabel.=JohnRickerby of Great Eliza- Eleanor, 
set. 23, annor 16 Stanton, co. pal.. Dm- beth. Anne. 

Aug. 1666. ham. 



Certified by WlLLIAil KENDALL. 



196 



DURHAJI VISITATION PEDIGREES 



l[\mntt ot ®i)^lj0lu» 




Ak.ms.- OiKuteily i. Gii. and or, a label of Unee points in chief, 
each point chaifjed with as many bezants in pale. 2. 
Ermine, a calf slalant gu. 3. Arg., a chevvon lo/.cnj^y 
gu. and az., between three crosses patee lilehee veri, 
on a eiiief embattled sa., three mullets pierced or. 
4. Gu. a ben I hciwcen two dol})hins embowed argt., a 
crescent for dilllrcnce. 

Crest,— Out of a ducal coronet or, an arm embowed in armour 
ppr. the hand in gauntlet holding an esquire's helmet 
ppr. 



RECORDED I575, I615 AND }f)6f>. 



197 






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DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



lillittgljall Df Jfli&&kton ^t. CBrorgc. 




Arms. — i and 4. A bend raguly between three garbs {no colors). 

2. A niaunch between three maitlots {>to colors). 

3. Sa. on a fesse between thiee kanibs statan 

argt., a trefoil slipped gu. lor diflerence 



RECORDED I575, 1615 AND 1666, 



199 



KILLINGHALL OF MIDDLETON ST. GEORGE. 



Noverint universi per prsesentes nos Johem. Kelynghall de Medilton George, Armigerum 
Will'm Kelynghall de Dunelm Armigerum et Thomam Kelynghall de Eglesclyf, arm. 
teneri et firmiter obligari Richardo Alvvent in decern libris legatis monetae Angliae 
solvendis &c. Dat. ultimo die Martii anno regni regis Edwardi quarti post conques- 
tum Angl. nono. 



Henrj' Killinghall of Mid-- 
dleton St. George in co. pal. 
Durham, Esq., died in a° 
1G2C. 



r- 



=Anne, dau. and coheiie 
of Robert Laton of 
Scutterscelfe, in co. 
Yorks. 



2. Francis. i. William Killinghall of= 
Middleton St. George, 
Esq., died a^. if'44. 



=Susan, daughter of 
John Moore, Sergt. 
at \i\v. 



1 — I — I 

I. Margery 

2. Catherine 

3. Susanna 



died 
iiiiiii. 



3. George. 

4. William, 
died unm. 



2. Tho- 
mas K.. 
citizen of 
London. 



I. John Kil-=pMargaret,dau. 



lingliall of 
Middleton St. 
George, E'-q., 
died about 
1651. 



and coheir of 
Will. Lamb- 
ton of Great 
Smeaton in 
CO. pal. Dur- 
ham. 



1. Cath- 
erine. 

2. Marga- 
ret died 
unm. 



3. Susan, wife 
of Wm. Nel- 
son of Soulh- 
warlce, in the 
suburbs of 
London . 



4. Heniy, 3. George 2. John, i. Willinm Killinghall, 
aged lb. aged 23. aged 21. of Middleton St. Geo- 
rge, Esq., aged 27, an. 
6 Sept. 1666. 



Anne. 



Certified by Wil.LM. KILLINGHALL, Esq. 



200 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



lambrt of ©to!ton. 




Arms. — Quarterly i and 4. Gules, a clieMon ermine between 
~ three lambs passant argt. — Lambert. 
2 and 3. Gules, three ciiKjucfoils argent — 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



LAMBERT OF OWLTON. 



Robert Lambcilof^Anne, nstcr of Tliomas 
Owlton. Tempest, Knt. 



EliL- 


Dorothy 


Nicholas =^Anne, dau.=Thomas, 


3. Anne, 


4. Marger}' 


beth, 


wife of 


Lambert 1 of Clement Baron of 


wife of Ro 


wife of 


wife of 


John La 


- of Owl- 


Harleston Hilton, 


bert Man- 


AVilliam 


John 


scnby of 


ton. 


of South 2nd hus- 


field (Maul 


Claxton of 


Lam- 


Whit- 




A\'okyndon band. 


tield in Qti 


Wynvarde 


bert of 


well, CO. 




(Ockendon) 


Coll. copyi). 


Esi' 


Craven 


York. 




Essex. 


of Standon 
CO. Hert- 
ford. 






r 






1 


2. 


George 


Robert Lambert =j=Giace, dau. of Anthony 


Clement 


Lambert, 


of Owlton, hving Cathericke, of 


Rich- 


Lambert. 


2nc 


[ son. 

Mar 


1575. niondshire. 

1 




3rd son. 




gery, aged 6, 


1 
1575. 2. Helen, 





DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGRF.FS 



lambcrt of ;S*torktott. 




Aiv.MS.- Gules, a clivcion crmiiiois between three lambs passant 
ai<,'ent. 

Ckks'I'. — A ikmi-lanil) arj^. holding; in its ]ia\vs a s-hieUl ciminois. 
This coal anil crest were conllrmed to Thomas Lambert 
of Stockton, in tlie bishnjiriilv of Durham, by Richard 
St. George, Nonoy King of Arms, in the time of his 
visitation, 1C15. 



RECORDED 1 5 75, 1615 AND 

ih i 



l6b6. 



203 




204 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGRKES 



lambt0tt of IB^lsis, 




Arms.— Sable, a fcsse between three lambs passant argent. 
Crest.— A ram's head cabossed argent attired sa. 



RECORDED I575, 1615 AND l666. 



LAMBTON OF BELSIS. 



Richard Lambton of Lambton, in the=p 
bishoprick. I 



Robert Lanibton,^ 
son and heir. 



Percival Lambton, ^^^Elizabeth, da. of Rich- 
2nd son. I ard Clen'aulx of Crofte. 



Thomas ^ Marma- ^Joan, dau. of 

Lamb- dau. of duke Nicliolas Gir- 

Pcicy. Lambton lington of 

of Belsis, Harkforth, in 
a^ 1575. Richmond- 
shire. 



Lamb- 
ton. 



Percival, 2'' son, 
ob. S.J). 

Ehzabf'th, wife 
of John Eden of 
Durham. 



"~i 



Frances, wife of 
William Skelton 
of Arnieswell. 

Alice, wife of 
Robert Claxton 
of the 



Robert Lambton =y=EHz., dau. of Rich- INLaud, wife 
of Lambton, 1575. I HebborneofHard- of WiUiam 
\\'icke. Lvster. 



William Lambton, a° 1575. 



The above pedigree was furnished by ]\L\rmaduke Lambton, commonly called 
" Blynde Lambton," living s. \). 1575, and who returned a blind pedigree, as he 
left out his own father. It ought to stand thus : — 

Percival.^ 



WilHam of Belsis.^p 



Marmaduke. 



Robert Lambton, called of Lambton, who married the daughter of Hebburne, 
ought rather to be called of Great Staynton, in co. pal. which was his place of 
residence. 



206 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



lambtoit of lambtott- 




Ak.Mm.— babk-, a Icsbe bct\sccn three lambs pasbaiU aigci 



RECORDED I575, 1615 AND 1666. 






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DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



latoson d Estortb^, 




Arms. — Party per pale a clievron countcrchanged arj^ent and 
sable. 

Crest.— Out of clouds proper, two arms embowcd, vested 
ermine, bUjijio'tinj; a sun ol the llrst. 



RECORDED I575, 1615 AND 1666. 



209 



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Thos. AVhiteheac 
AVearmouth. 
A'largaret, wife of 
Thomas Swinbm- 
of Capheaton, in 
Xorthumberland. 


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DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



ttt d fisljbuvn. 




Arms.— Or, a che\Ton cliccquy of the field and azure, a crescent 
for difl'erence. 

Crest.— An antelope's bead erased arj;. i-ellettc^c, attired sa., 
in its mouth a lily ar^'. slipjicd ])pr. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



LEE OF FISHBURN. 



Robert Lee of Lee.= 



John Lee of Gretham.=|=Jane, dau. of Richard 
Walleis of Sydmonton, 



John LeeofFishbume,=pEllen, dau, of Susan, wife Anne, wife Margaret, 



in the bishoprickc, hv 
inge 1615 



Rob. Fanowe to Cuthbcrt to Robert wife to Thos 
of Fishburne. Corney. Fanowe. Lambert of 

Stockton. 



2. AVilham. 

3. George. 



John, Sonne 
and heire. 



AHce. 
Susan. 



Ehzabeth. 



212 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



WMdl of Kabntshiartlj. 




Arms.— Argent, a fret guks, on a chief of the second three 
]eoi)ards' faces or. 

Crest. — On a wreath a Hon ranijnuit sable, crowned and billctee or. 

No/e. — This cote and crest was p.ist by Kicliard St. George in the time of his 
Visitation 1615. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



213 



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214 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



txMtnt of f Ijttkkg. 




Arms. — Ar<;i.ni, tlucc walcr bougets sable. 



RECORDED I575, 1615, AND 1666. 215 



LILBURNE OF THICKLEY. 

T 



Sir William Lilburne, Knt., Lord^p 
Warden of the Middle Marches. 



r -■ 

William Lilburne. -p 

-J 

Sir John Lilburne, Kt.=f= 



Sir John Lilburne, Kt.-i- 

, -^ 

John Lilburne. 



Lilburne, of Thickley Puncherdon.-r 

r 1 

(') William Lilliurne, of Thickley, =f (') John Lilburne, Constable of 

in the Bishopricke, 13 Hen. VL I Alnwick, temp. Hen. VL 



Richard Lilburne, of Thickley, Esq.-p 

, J 

Alex. Lilburne, of Thickley, Esq.-p 



I n 1 -^ 



Thomas, Henry 
ob. s.p. Lilburne, 



Margt. wife to Agnes, 
Claxton. 



Bartholomew Lilburne was at Bullon-p. . . .dau. of . . . . 
with Hen. VHL I Hildreth. 



John Lilburne, of Thickley Puncherdon.=f Isabel, dau. of. . . . Worthey 

r ' r 1 , 

Richard Lilburne, of^pMargaret, dau. of Thomas George. Joseph 



Thickley Puncher- 
don, livinge 1615. 



Hixon,yeomanof the Ward- 
robe to Queen Elizabeth. 



Robert, sonne and heire, a;t. 2, 1615. John. Elizaljeth. 

Richard Lilburne. 

(i) Vincent in his copy says : " By all likelihocd, these were the sons of the last-named John 
Lilburne,' 



2l6 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



LUMLEY, LORD LUMLEY. 



Arms. — Quarterly I. and IV. Argent, a fess gules between three paroquets 
vert collared of the 2nd. II. and III. Quarterly iand4. Argent, fretty 
gules, and in each quarry- a cinquefoile pierced [? gules]. 2 and 3. Lozengey, 
argent and sable. Impaling, quarterly i and 4, Azure, a bend or ; 2 and 3, 
Argent a saltire engrailed gules. 



George, Lord Lumley^ 



-Elizabeth, dau. and sole 

heir to Thornton 

of Newcastle. 



Thomas Lumley, son=T=Elizabeth, bastard dau. of 
and heire. Edward lY. 



2. Roger, 

3. John. 



I " \ 1 1 

Richard, Lord Lumley.=j=Ann, dau. of Sir Ann, Lady Sibill, m. Elisabeth, 

John Conyers of Ogle. to the m. to 

Hornby. Baron of Cresswell, 

Hilton. 



John, Lord Lumley. ^Joan, dau. of Henry, 
Lord Scroope of Bolton. 



Antony, 
2nd son. 



George Lumley, son and heir. — ^Jane, dau. of Sir Richard Knightley, of 

Northamptonshire. 

" Tonge's Visitation," 1530, cd. Longslaffe, p, 27. 



RECORDED 1 575, 1615 AND 1666. 



217 



MACHELL OF PITFIELD. 



Guy Machell of Ciakenthorpe,=p 
in Westmorland. 



Thomas IMachell of Bedboine Pai"ke,= 
in CO. pal. 



Bryan ^Machell of Bedborne=pBeatrice, dau. of Roger Laton of 
I'arke, sonne and lieire. I West Laton, in Richmondshiie. 



William, 
2nd sonne 



Thomas Machell, 
Sonne and heire. 



2. WiUiam. 



John :\Iachell of Pit-= 
tielde, in co. pal., 2nd 
bonne, now Uvinge. 



;Marmaduke, sonne and 
heire, set. 10, 1615. 



^Margaret Case, dau. 
of Ralph Conyers o 
Laton. 



n 

1. EUzabeth. 

2. Frances. 



2l8 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



M^djm d M^xhomt. 




7^ 



>< >< X ?< 




Arms.— Gu. a fesse vair between three pelicaiii,' heads erased 
arg. vubung themselves, a canton argt. 



RECORDED I575, 1615 AND ibbb. 



2(9 



MACHON OF SHERBORNE. 



John Machon of Machon Banker 
neere Sheffield, in co. York. 



John jVIachon of Machon= 
Banke and Brinclyffe, in 
CO. York, died in 1602. 



I — I 

2. Robert, 

died unm. 

3. Richard, 
died unm. 



I — I 

1. Ann, wife of 
Ambrose Hol- 
den, a younger 
son of Simon 
Holden of Er- 
dinj^ton, in co. 
Wanvick. 

2. Margeiy,\vife 
of Thos. Routh, 
son of Thomas 
Routh of Pol- 
hngton, in co. 
York. 



=Eleanor, dau. of Parker 

of ^Nladdow Hall near Sheffield, 
in CO. Yorlc. 



I. John ^lachon of Magdalen^ 
Hall, in Oxford, blaster of Arts 
and Vicar of Aston, in co. War- 
wick, 8c afterwards of Langdon 
and Redgley, in co. Staff., died 
in 1640 or thereabout. 



=Anne, dai; of John Jones, 
D'" of Phisick and rector of 
Treton near Rotheram, in 
CO. York. 



John Machon, j\Ias-=pDeborah, dau. 

ter of Arts, Master I of William 

of Christ's Hospitall, Blakeston of 

in Sherborne, in the the city of 

bpk. of Durham, a^t. Yorke. 
65 years, 21 Aug., 
1666. 



2. Edmund Machon of 
Langdon, in co. Staff, 
aged 60 in i6b6, mar. 
Margaret, dau. of John 
Web of Hamet Wiche, in 
CO. Staff. 

3. Henr)', died unm. 



I. Deborah. 2. Anne, 



3. Ehzabeth, 
both died in 
infancy. 



2. John died 
in his infancy. 



Thos. Machon, = 
Master of Arts, 
now residing at 
Sherbourne, 
aged 24 yrs. in 
1666. 



=Maiy, dau. of 
Geo. Robert-;, 
Di' in Divinity, 
and rector of 
Plamelton, in 
CO. Bucks. 



Certified by Thomas Machon, on the behalfe of his father. 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



^ahhmn of Entljank^. 




Arms. — i and 4. Arcjent, on a chevron between three martlets 
sable as man}- mullets or.(') 

2. Argent, three liars gules within a bordure 
sable. 

3. Sable, a ilcur-de-lis argent. 

Crest. — A cubit arm erminois, holding in the hand proper a 
battle-axe sable. 

(1) These arc tlie arms of Marley, assumed by the Madisons- as there paternal coat on their 
marriage with the heiress of that family, and continued by their descendants until a 
subsequent grant of arms was procured, which enters into an explanation ot tlic cause 
of the chance. (See page 223. 



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223 



MADDISON OF UNTHANKE. 




Arms. — Quarterly — i and 4. Argent, on a chevron between three 
martlets sable three mullets or — Marley. 2 and 3. Argent, 
two battle axes in saltire sable — Maddison. 



To all Nobles and others to whom these presents, Sr William le Neve, Knight, 
Norroy King of Armes of the north parts of this realm of England, sendeth 
greeting. Know ye that upon the view and serious perusal of divers books and 
records remaining in the office of amies, and other ancient books and authentic 
evidences, I do find Sr. Lyonell Maddison, of the town and county of Newcastle 
upon Tyne, Knt. to be descended of the ancient and worshipfull family of Maddison 
of Ellergill, in the bishoprick of Duresme, he being the sonne and heir of Henry 
Maddison, of Newcastle, who was the sonne and heir of Lyonell Maddvson, 
Alderman of Newcastle, the 2d son of Rowland Maddison, of Unthanck, in the 
bishoprick of Durham, who was the son and heir of Lyonell Maddison, the son 
and heir ol Alexander Madison, who was the son and heir of William Maddison, 
the son and heir of Richard Maddison who was the son and heir of William 
Maddison, of Ellergill aforesaid, and Joan his wife, the daughter and heir of 
William Morlay, of Unthank abovesaid, Esq. And forasmuch as the said family 
since there marriage with the aforesaid daughter and heir of Morlay, have left off 
to bear their ancient paternal armes in the first quarter, and have in place thereof 



224 DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 

borne those which they derive from the said family of ]\Iorlay, the -vvliich tlie said 
Sr. Lyonell, and others of that worshipfull family remaining in the north partes, 
being now desirous that the same may be reduced unto their ancient right, and 
that they may bear their said paternall amies marshalled in such order as is most 
agreable unto the law of amies, and to the auncient and laudable customes of this 
kingdome, I, therefore, the said Norroy, by vertue and authority as my said office, 
doe declare, and by these presents attest, that the said Sr. Lyonell Maddison, and 
the rest aforesaid of the same family, may resume and bear there paternall amies : 
being argent^ 2 battle axes in saltire sable in the first quarter : and therewith to 
quarter the armes of Merlay, which as hath appeared unto me (by a very ancient 
scale sircumscribed thus, Sr. William de Marlav) and by other evident proofe are, 
argent a chevron sable charged with a mullet or, helucen three martlets of the 2d. 
The which said armes so quartered, I, the said Nonoy, by vertue and authority of 
my said office, doe declare, allow, and confirme to be borne by the said Sir Lyonell 
Maddison, and his brothers, and their posterity for ever, with his and every of 
their due diffisrences, according to the law of armes. And further, whereas the 
auncient creast of this family is not certainly knowne (as in the familyes of many 
other auncient gentlemen it doth so oftentimes happen), he therefore, the said Sr. 
Lyonell, hath earnestly requested me to assigne unto himselfe and brothers, such a 
one as might be borne without prejudice to any other. In consideration whereof, 
I, the said Norroy, have given and graunted, and by the power and authority of my 
said office doe by these presents give and grante, to the said Sr. Lyonell Maddison 
and his brothers, this creast following, viz. (on a heliiiett, answerable to their several 
degrees, mantled gules, dubled argent,) an armed arme loith a gauntlet proper, 
garnished gould, issuing out of a crown florey, and holding a battle axe proper, 
charged with a cross gules, the staff thereof sable, as by this achievement depicted 
in the margent hereof, and set out for the said Sr. Lyonell, doth and may more 
jilainly appear. To have and to hould unto the said Sr. Lyonell Maddyson, and 
his said brothers, and their posterity for ever, to be used and borne with their due 
differences accor ling to the law of amies and lawdable customes of this Kingdome. 
In witness whereof, and in consideration of these presents, I the said Sr. William 
le Neve, Norroy King of Armes, have hereunto set my hand and fixed the seal of 
my office the },\.\\ day of June, in the eleventh year of the reign of our soveraigne 
Lord Charles, by the i^race of God, King of England, Scotland, France, and 
Jreland, DcTendcr of the Faith, Sic. Anno Domini, 1635. 

AVILLIAM LE NEVE, 

Norroy King of Amies. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 22$ 



iHairorfos oi ^kirmingbam. 



No anus entered. 



Madockes of Minsterley,=j= 

in CO. Salop. 1 



Richard Madockes of London.^plsabell, dau. of Rowdand Johnson, 
I Surveyor of Berwicke. 



Rowdand Madockes of Skirniing- Robert. (i) Judith, 

ham, Sonne &■ hcire, vst. 2?, 1615. 

. 0) Robert does not occur in the copy of Visitntion in the College of Arms nor 
in the copy in Queen's College. 



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226 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



ffiaivt 0f Harbltiitfe, 




Quarterly i and 4. — i. Arj^. a three masted galiey sa., waves 
ppr. a mullet ar<,'t. for difierence. 2. Arg. a cross sa, 
— Morjsby. 3. Az., on a mound vert, a hound couchant 
gu. Hindiiursh. Arg. a cross gu. fourj^eacocks az. — - 
Smith, 

Crest.— A mermaid. 

See the Visit.itioii of Chesliiie for proof of these .inns, there being only .in old 
escocheon produced with these tjuarlerings. 



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Arms.— Sable, between a fesse cheeky or and gules, three lions' 
heads erased argent, and as many crosses-potent 
fi tehee or. 



RECORDEt) 1571;, 1615 AND I666. 



229 



MARCHE OF REDWORTHE. 



Thomas Marche of Red-=p. . . ., dau. and heir of Tho- 
worthe, m the bishoprick. mas Heighhigton, of Red- 
worthe. 



Robert Marche of=pMargaret, dau. of Robert 



Redworthe, A". 
•5:5- 



Helen, aged 3, a° 1575. 



Byerley of Pickhill, 
Richmondshire. 



— I 
INIaiy. 



1 horn as Marche, 
ob. s.p 



Verefied by the subscription of Robert Marche 
aforesaid, 30 Jicly a°, 1575, at Awkland. 

Robert March. 



230 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



JHaisball Df ^dlalin. 




Arms. — Ouailerly of 10 - i. Ari^., a chevron between three cres- 
ccnls f,'u. ?. Argen*, three clievronels interlaced sa. 3. 
Sa., a chevron or, between three daggers erect jijir. hilt 
gold. 4. ""ia., three bars arg. 5. Arg., a lion rampant 
sa. collared or. 6. Aig., a chevron between three cross 
crosslets sa. ~. Aig., on a chevron or, three stags' 
heads cabos.sed of ilie field. 8. On a chevron three 
crosses ]iatce. 9. Arg., a bend between si.\ martlets sa. 
10. Gules, a cinquefoil and crusilly or. 

Crest. — A demi-man in aimour ppr. holding in his dexter hand 
a baton in bend o.-, his sinister arm tied above the elbow 
with a riband < u. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



231 



MARSHALL OF SELLABY. 



Gilbert ^Marshall of Ne\vcastle=FAHnes dau. and coheire of Cutli- 



uponTyne, fjent., recovered Den- 
ton and other lands by a writt of 
entiy in the Ouibus a^ i Eliz. 
Regincc in the Court of Common 
pleas at Durham, and was buried 
at Denton 3 April, 1588. 



bert Brackenbury of Sellaby in co. 
pal. Durham, by Anne his wife, 
dau. and coheire of Rowland Tem- 
pest of Holmset in co. pal. Durham, 
buryed at Denton a" 1614 amongst 
the ancestors of the family of Den- 
ton from whom the Marshalls were 
descended. 



I 

T Richard M. of Den- 
ton in CO. pal. Durham, 
dead in 12 Jas. and 
buried at Denton. 



2. Thomas ^Marshall of= 
Denton in co. pal. Dur- 
ham, buried at Denton 
8 June, 1627. 



=I\Iargaret dau. of Tho- 
mas Marshall of the 
citty of Durham. 



Cuthbert 
jSIarshall 
son and 
heir, of 
full age 
12 King 
James. 

Richard 
Marshall 
died un- 
married 
1650 or 
there- 
abouts. 



Elizabeth, one= 
of the daugh- 
ters ofSirJohn 
Bourchier of 
Beningbor- 
ough,co.York, 
Knt. 



=Gilbert Mar- 
shall of Selaby 
in CO. pal. Dur- 
ham, aged 45, 
20 Aug. 1666. 



Jane, dau.= 
and heire of 
ThomasNeale 
of CO. Herts, 
1st wife died 
without issue. 



Rich-= 



=Elizabeth, 
widow of 



ard Mar- 
shall a 

barrister Robinson, 
ofGreyes cityofLon- 
Inn. don, 2nd 

wife. 



4. Thomas 
aged 6. 

5. Jonathan 
d. young. 



2. John 
d. y. 

3. Rich- 
ard aged 
7- 



I.Gilbert 
aged 12, 
20 Aug. 
1666. 



1. Eliza- 
beth. 

2. Anne 
d.y. 

3. Mar- 
garet. 



4. Anna- 
bella. 

5. Wini- 
fride both 
d.y. 



1 

6. Fran- 



Certified by Gilbert Marshall. 



232 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



artin d Inrliam, 




Arms. — Arg., two bars i;u., on a canton of the second an escut- 
cheon of tlie first ; a patt'ui granted by Richard St. 
Ctvr-^c, A'oi roy A'ui^ of Anns, in the fyine of this Visita- 
tion . 

Crbst. — A ilenii-ostrich erased arg., wings expanded gu., in tlie 
beak a horsc-shoc or. 



RECORDED I575, 1615 AND 1666. 



233 



MARTIN OF DURHAM. 



. . INIartyne^ 



Cuthbert j\Iartyne= 



Hugh. 1 homas. 



Lyonell Maityne, of Durham, =pjane, clau. of 
livinge 1 615, set. 95. 1 Selby. 



J 



Margt., George Martyne of=f=:Thomasine, dau. 

mar. Durham, Clerk of of Thomas T.pn- 

Christ. the Peace, livinge 

Peckett. 1615. 



of Thomas Lea- 
ver, of Little 
Leaver, in co. 
Lane, Esq. 

Dorothy, set. i^, 1615. 



Thoma- 

sine, mar. 

Richard 

Surtees. 



Eliz. mar. 
Geo. Bar- 
ker, Par- 
son, of 
Birkby. 



1 

Jane, 
mar. 
William 
Snayth. 



Geo. Martyn. 



234 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



flascfiU of lurljam. 




Arms.— Sa. six ilem-dc-lib 3, 2, and i or, a crescent, a bordmc 
en "railed or. 



RECORDED 1575, I615 AND 1 66b. 



235 



MASCALL OF DURHAM. 

Thomas Clascal!, citizen=p 
of Yorke. ' 



2. Thomas !Mascall, no\v= 
Mayor of the city of Dur- 
ham, and Coroner of Chester 
Ward in this Comity pahi- 
tine of Durham, aged .]0. 
20 Aujj. 1666. 



Ehzabeth, dau. of Rich- 
ard Harrison of Fram- 
well^ate in the city of 
Durham. 



Jonas ^lascall 
citizen of 
Yorke. 

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6. William. 3. Jonas, d. y. 

7. Jonas, d. y. 4. Edw. 

8. Michaill. 5. Francis. 



-7-1 

1. Thomas 

aged 18, 20 
Aug. 1666, 

2. Richard. 



1 I 

1. EUz., 
d.y. 

2. Maiy. 



Frances, 



4. Margaret, 
d.y. 



1 

5. Jane. 



236 DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



flibtrkton ot ^^atctt. 




Arms. — Quarterly, gu. and or, in the first quarter a cross flor 
arg., in the centre a mullet for diflerence. 



RECORDED 1 5 75, I61S AND 1 666. 237 



MIDDLETON OF SEATON. 



Anthony Middleton of 
Newton, in co. Pal. 



Thomas Middleton, of=T=Dorothy, dau. of 



Seaton in co. pal. 



Lawson. 



I ■ r— n 

Anthony Middleton,=|= . , . . dau. of ... . Hed- 2. Ralph. 
Sonne and hcire. worth of Chester. John 

4. Francis. 



1 

Thomas, sonne Willi, m, 

and heire. 2nd sonne. 



Thomas Mydelton. 



^38 



BURHAil VISITATION PEDIGREES 



iHibiktrnt ot ^ilbtonrtl). 




Arms.— Quarterly i and 4. Quaiteily, gu. and or, in the first 
(Juartcr a cross botonnee arg. — ]\IiadIcto)i 2. Vert, 
three hons rampant Mg.—I/etoii /'called IVan/wiik in 
1666 Visitation). 3. .Sa. three covered cups and semee 
cf crosr-crosslets fitchee arg. — Stryvdin. 



RECORDED I575, l6f5 AND 1666. 



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ilti&ttljtott of %axmxh Castb. 




Arms. — i. Argent, a saltire engrailed sable, an annulet for differ- 
ence — Middleton. 2. Gules, a chevron or, between 
three lambs' heads couped argent, an annulet for differ- 
ence — Ilcadhun. 3. Or, a chevron between three 
mullets pierced azure, a crescent for difference — Crack- 
ciitliorp. 4. Argent, two bars gules, on a canton of 
the second a lion jwssant gardant or — Lancaster. 5. 
Argent, a bend sable over two bars ^les—Mariiiidah'. 

6. Argent, on a chevron or three garbs sable — A^eiuton. 

7. Argent, six billets sable 3, 2, and i — Langrige. 8. 
Argent, a chevron and a bordure cngiailed sable. — 
Alavihy. 



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flillot of mijittljill. 




Arms.— Ouartcily i and 4. Ai<,^ent, on a bend cottised gules 
rhiec billets sable— v]////*'/. 2. Ouarterly 01 and gules, 
on a bend sable three escallops argent, a crescent for 
difTcrence— /tV/;v. 3. Ermine, a lion rampant azure 
crownctl or, a mullet for difl'erence — Lisle. 

f RE.<5X.— A dexter arm embowed in armour, a gauntlet of mail 
grasping a billet sa. 



RECORDED 1575, I615 AXD 166^, 



243 



MILLOT OF WHITEHILL. 



Robert Millet of=j=Jane, dau. and heire 
Whitehill.(') of John Pickeringe. 



Ann, wife 
to John 
Trollop.(>) 



Ralph Millot, of Whit-=f=Isabell, dau. of 



tell, in the bi^hopiick 



Robert Evers. 



Robert Millot,=j=Grace, dau. of 
of Whittell. I John Wycliffe. 



Elizabeth, wife 
of Henry A\'v- 
cliflfe, of Wy- 
cliffe [louse. 



Anne, wife 
of Thomas 
Puncheon. 



ThomasMillet,: 
of Whittell, in 
the bishoprick, 
A°. 1575. 



Ralph :\rillot,= 
aged II, a^ 
1575' of 
Whittle. 



:Anne, dau. of 
Thomas Tem- 
pest of Stella. 



Robert. 
John. 



=Jane, dau. 
of James 
Rokeby, of 
Morton. 



Joan, wife 
of Robert 
Wvclifle. 



1 

Grace, 
" fuit in- 
nocens." 



Grace, wife 
to Henry 
Strangwayes. 



Dorothy, wife 
to William 
Stockdale. 



Robert Millot,of=T=Dorothy, dau. of 



Whittle, livinse 
i6r5. 



William Wray 
of Beamish, Esq. 



— --l 

Frances, wile 
to Thomas 
Fenwick, 



Jane, 
wife to 
(Thos. 
Cnrr of 
Buhner 
comity 
York.) 



Ehzabeth, 
aet. 6, 1615. 



2. Mary. 3. Margaret. 



1 

4. Jane. 



Verified by the sitliscn'ption of Thomas Millot of 
IVhiteU, aforesaid., at Duresme, on Wednesday, 10 
Aug., a° 1575.— Thomas Millott. 

(i) Added in later hand Queen's College copy. 



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244 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



^itforb 0f f ^sp00k. 



i^lP'S^iifn^^ 




Arms.— Ar<^. a fcssc between three moles sa. a crescent for differ- 
cncc. 

Crest. — A mole passant sa. 



RECORDED I575, 1615 AND I666. 



245 



MITFORD OF PESPOOLE. 



Christopher Mitford of= 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 



Henry Mitford of Heu-=^. . . . dau. and heire of 
lam, CO. pal. Durham. Perkinson of Heulam. 



Charles 
Midford, 
a mercht. 
in New- 
castle. 



3. Thomas Mid-= 
ford of P> spoole, 
CO. pal. Durham, 
died in October 
1659. 



^Elizabeth, 
dau.ofWm. 
Higgons of 
Tunstall, 
CO. Stafford. 



2. Robert 
IMidf.^rd. 



Christopher 
died unm. 



2. Christopher 
Mitford of So. 
Piddington, 
in CO. pal. Dur- 
ham, married 
Jane dau. of 
Raphe Tun- 
stall of Cotum 
Mundevile, in 
CO. pal. Dur- 
ham. 



I. Willianv 
:Midford of 
PespoolCjin 
co.pal. Dur- 
ham, aged 
36, 16 Aug., 
1666. 



-Frances,da. 
of Francis 
Barker of 
Topcliffe, 
CO. York. 



1 I I 



I. Christo-=. . . . dau. of 
pher Mid- SirJohnCon- 
ford,eldest yers of Sock- 
son, died burne, in co. 
s.p. pal. Durham, 

Knight. 



of 



I. Elizabeth, wife of Wm. Butler 
Old Acres, in co. pal. Durham. 

Anne, wife of William Ingleby of 
IMorehouse, in co. pal. Durham. 

Mary, ^\dfe of Wm. Tunstall of Great 
Stainton, in co. pal. Durham. 



Thomas, aged 10, 
16 Aug., 1666. 



I, Elizabeth. 



1 

2. Frances. 



Certified by William Midford. 



246 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



itlorgan cf ^tU-ljous^s. 




Arms, — Gu. a lion rampant arg. crowned or. 

Crest. — Out of a coronet or, a demi-eagle with two heads. 

In the \'isilation of 161 5, tlie arms are entered as follows : — Quar- 
terly I. (ju. a jK'lican in licr piety proper — Apilslon. 2. Gu. a lion 
rampant arg., ciowiied or. — J/mxti/i. 3. Arg., three pheons sa. — Jlur/s- 
ivill. 4. Sa., a cross of .St. Juli;narg. — Stotte. On an escutcheon of 
pretence, arg., a griffin p.«ssant az holding a sword in its claw. jipr. — 
Griffith. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615, AND 1666. 



247 



MORGAN OF MILL-HOUSES. 

William Morgan of=f= dau. of Roger 



Mill-houses. 



Lassels. 



Robert Morgan. =p dau. of Robert Corte of 

Bernard Castle. 



Thomas Morgan-pjane, dau. of Harrison 2. Richard. 

of rittington. ti i j 

'^ 3. Rowland. 

John Morgan. =pCicely, dau. of Richard 

?\-therstonhalgh of Stanhope 
Hall. 



T-\ 



John Morgan. -pAnne, dau. of Arthur Lee Lancelot, 
of Craghall, in Alston Moor. Thomas. 



Culhbert Morgan of Mill-=f=Mary, dau. of Peter Maddi- 
houses, 1615. I son of Unthanke. 



John, Sonne and 2. Christopher. 3. Arthur. 4. Robert. Mary, 
heire, oet. 25, 1615. 



248 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



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RECORDED 1 5 75, 1615 AND 1 666. 249 



ORDE OF FISHBURNE. 

Gawen Orde of Fenwick^p dau. of Mus- 

in Norhamshire. champ of Barmore. 



Oliver Orde, of Fein\-ick=f=Mar\-e, dau. of Edward 
2nd soune. l Atkinson of Norham. 



John Orde, of Fishburne in co.=fMargerve, dau.of RalpheWilley 
Pill- 1615- I of Houghton. 



Bertram Orde, sonne and heire, xt. 8, 1615. 



250 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



f ^tntetott of ^tslabn. 




Arms. — Quarterly i and 4. Arg., a chevron ermine iKlween 
tliree j,'nf)ins' heads couped sa. 2 anil 3. (ni., in a 
IKjnd surrounded by a mound, a hind couchant all ppr. 
— Iliitdinarsh. 

Crest. — A grillin's head sa, (.lucall)- gorged or. 



RECORDED 1 5 75, 1615 AND l6bCi. 



251 



PEMBERTON OF AISLABY. 

John Pemberton of Stanliope,=j= 
temp. Henry IV. | 

John Pemberton. =p 

Thomas Pemberton.=p 

Richard Pemberton.=pAnne, dau. of AVoller. 

Featlierstonhalgh 



John Pemberton. =p Alice, dan. of 
I of Stanhope Hall. 

, — : i 



Richard Pemberton.^Alice, dau. and coheire of John Ilindmarch. 

I ^ 1 

^Michael Pemberton=pMargaret, dau. of Raphe Robert, 
of Aislebye, in co. Watson of Tudhoe.(i) 2nd sonne. 



John Pember- 
ton of Aslab)-, 
Sonne and 
heire. 



3. Jane, wife 
of William 
Theobalds 
of E^'gles- 
clifle in co, 
pal. Dur. 



Tsabella, dau. of 
Henr}- (irey of 
Newminster, co. 
Northumber- 
land. 



2. Ralph of the city 
of Durham. 

3. Richard of ,near 

(irantham, co. Line. 



1 

Mar}', \nfe 
to Anth. 
Garnet. 



Florence. 



1 . Marj% wife of 
Raphe Hurst, of 
Ashe, CO, York. 

2. Anne, wife of 
Robert Thorpe 
of Yarm co. 
York. 



Richard, 2nd son, 
1615 Vis. 

2.JohnPeml)erton, 
captain in the arm v 
of K. Charles I.(-') 

3. Hcnr\-, captain 
in the army of K. 
Charles L, slavn 
in that service. ('•) 



I . Michael P. of^pAlice, el- 



Aslaby, a major 
in the rejjiment 
of Col. Conxers 
in the service of 
K. Chas.I.jc-ief. i 
in 1 61 5, died in 
1652 or there- 
abouts. 



Mary, 
died in 
her in- 
fiincy. 



3. Fran- 
cis died 
ill his in- 
fancy. 



dest dau. of 
Christo- 
pher Place 
of Dim- 
dale in CO, 
pal. Dur- 
ham. 



2. John Pem- 
berton a mer- 
chant in the 
citty of Yorke. 



I. ]MichaelPem-= 
berton of Aslaby 
x't. 21 in 1 666.' 



=Anne, dau. of 
George Metcalfe 
of Thornbor- 
ough, CO. York. 



Certified by MiCHAELL Pemberton. 

(1) Visitation 166C, gives this wife as dau. and coheirof Hindmersh of Aslaby in co. 

pal. Durham. ' 

(2) Capt. John Pemberton of .)islaby buried at Leeds lo July 1643. This entry corrects 

the pedigree given in Lurke s Commoners vol. li. p. 70, and in Burke's Landed Gentry. 

(3) Buried at St. Nicholas Newcastle-upou-Tyne, 25 April 1644. •»""cu ueniry. 



252 DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



f ^rlunsnn nf IB^aumnnbljilL 




Arms. — Gules, on a chevron between tliiee Obtiich feathers 
argent as many plates. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND l66b. 



253 



PERKINSON OF BEAUMONDHILL. 



Affirmatur ab istis duobus Generosis, qui prcsentibus subscripserunt, et 
similiter Johannes Fetheistonhaughe eodem die tunc presens fate- 
batur, queudam do Familia dicti Johannis Fetherstonhaughe vocatum 
Perlcin, et habuisse filium vocatum Perkinson, de quo isti descende- 
runt, retinentes cognomina de Perkinson, et anitum cognomen de 
ffetherstonhaughe prorsus reliquentes. Hijs testibus qui presentes 
tunc fuenmt ct hie in testimonium Veritas subscripseiunt, 29° die Julii, 

a". 1575- 

GEORGE TONGE.(i) 

ANTHONY HUTTON. 



John Perkinson of= 
Beaumondhill.(-) 



Richard Perkinson of= 
Beaumondhill. 



1st \vife.= 



=John Perlcinson= 
de Whessey. 



=2nd \vife. 



Anne, dau. of=p Edward^ 



Ralphe Hed- 
worthe of 
Ilarverton, in 
the bishoprick, 



Perky n- 
sone of 
Beiu- 
mondhill. 



. . . dau. of 
. Crawthorne 
Crawthorne, 
in CO. York, ist 
wife, ob. s.p. 



of 



Robert^ 
or John 
Perkin- 
son of 
Whessey 



Cuthbert. 



Isabel. 
Eleanor. 



^Barbara, 
dau. of John 
Hall of the 
bishopiick. 



1 

Anthony 
Perkin- 
son, ob. 
s.p. 



Henry Park-^Margaret, Brian, 

inson, livg. dau. of John Richard. 
1575- Wooding- 

I ton, Knt. Dorothv. 

A 



Francis Per-= 
kinsone of 
Whessey, a° 
1575- 



:Agnes, dau. of 
John Lawton, 
CO. Y^'ork. 



Henry. 
Anthony. 



AViUiam. 



Robert Perkinsone, son and 
heir, aged 13, a° 1575. 



Anne. 
Isabel. 



Mary. 
EHzabeth. 



Vcrefied for true by the subscription 
of H. Perliinson, Esq., at Au/dand, 
2^ July, 1575. 



Verefed for true by the subscription 
of Francis Perliinson, at Auckland, 

29 >6', 1575- 

Francis Perkinson. 



(i) Coughe in Queen's College copy. 

{2) This John was called Perkinson by the name of Perkin, his ancestor, who was de- 
scended out of the house of Fetherstonehauge, as stated in the above affirmation. 



254 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



f ilkingtott, lisljop of jBurbauu 




Arms.— Ouaitcvly i and 4. Azure, a cross between four lions 
ramiianl or (the Arms of the Bishoprick) ; imjialing 
Ouarteih- i and 4. Ar<:;ent, a cross patohoe voided jjide'^. 
2" and 3. Paly of six argent and gules, on a bend sable 
three mullets pierced or. 



RECORDED I5-5, 1615 AND 1666. 



255 



PILKINGTON, Bishop of Durham. 

The Right Reverend Father in God, the Lord James Pilkington, Bishope 
of Duresme, livinge in Anno 1575, was 3° sonne to Richard Pillcing- 
ton of Ryvington, in the Countie of Lancaster, Esquier, by Alice his 
wife, sister to Roger Hassall, of Heathe Chamocke, in the Countie of 
Lancaster. In the sayd Bishopricke he succeeded Cuthbert Tun- 
stall, and was consecrated the 2 of 2^Lirche, 3° Eliz. The sayd Lord 
James Pilkington, married Alice, dayghter to Sir John Kingesmill 
of Hampshire, Knight, and hath yssue 2 daughters, Deborah and 
Ruthe. 



Richard Pilkington of= 
Ryvington co. Lane, 
Esq. 



Alice, sister of Roger 
Hassall of Charnocke 
Heathe. 



Charles, eldest son 
ob. s.p. 

George Pilkington 
of CO. Lane, 2nd 
son. 



James Pilkington, =pAlice, dau. 



3rd son, bishop of 
Durham, livinge 
1575- 



of John 
Kingsmill 
of Hamp- 
shire, Knt. 



I 

Deborah. 



Ruth, 



1 — 1 — I 

Francis, 4th son. 

Leonard, 5th son, Doctor 
of Divinity. 

John, 6th son, Archdeacon 
of Durham. 



2S6 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



^latt ol Wimialt. 




Arms.— Quarterly i and 4. Azure, on a chief argent thiee 
chaplcts gules, a cre--ccnt for difference — Flaysc'. 
2 and 3. Arg., a fesse between six fleurs-de-lis sable — 
Ihxlnaby. 

This cote of arms was liroiijjht and sliewn in the tyme of the Visitation (1615) 
litit WPS not allowed, nor cold not shcwe ane ij'gt fur the ([iiarteringe thereof. i. 
Per pal or and gu., a lion passant 2. I'ltise. 3. G 11. three chevrons or. 4. Er- 
mine, on a canton— -Vin/ffs. 5. ilalnaby. 6 as 1st. 



RECORDED 1 5 75, 1615 AND 1 666, 



257 



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DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



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259 



Eato^ 0f f lalustoortl). 



No pvoofe of any armes. 



4 , wife to 

.... Parkinson 
of Haf^house, 
near Durham. 

5 , wife of 

\Vni. Rlythman, 
father of the 
aforesaid Wm. 

6 , wife of 

CaiT of Westowe, 
in CO. pal. Dur. 



3. Nicholas. 

4. Tliomas. 

5. \\'illiam. 



Edward Rowe of^pElizabeth, dau. of Richard 
South Shields, in Pattison of lerrowpans, in 
CO. pal. Durham. co. pal. Durham. 



I , wife of 

Gidney of Lynn, 
Norfolk. 

2 , wife of 

"Wm. Blythman 
of Weslow, in 
CO. pal. Dur. 

3. Joane, wife of 
.... Middle ton 
of Ofterton, in 
CO. pal. Dur. 



I. Ed w. Rowe 
of So. Shields, 
inco. pal. Dui- 
ham, married 
Eliz., dm. of 
.... Lawson 
of So. .Shields, 
inco.pal.Dur., 
& had an only 
daughter died 
young. 



2. Richard= 
Rowe of 
Plawsworth, 
in CO. pal. 
Durham, 
aged 46, an. 
2 I Aug., 
1666. 



1. John Rowe, 
aged 18 years, 
21 Aug., iCG'j. 

2. Richard. 



I. Elizabeth, wife of 
Ilugli Hutchinson, son 
and heir of Hugh Hut- 
chinson of Bitchburne, 
in CO. pal. Durhom. 



=Jane, dau. of 
I5arnaby Hut- 
chinson of ihe 
city of Dur- 
ham. 




C<n-tified hy John Rowk. 



26o 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



^axkv of ^btli&r0^. 




Arms. — Gules, on a fesse or, three bells sable, all within a 
bordnre engrailed argent, ]:)ellett('e. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



261 



PORTER OF SHILDROE. 



John Porter of Shildroe, in= 
the bishopriclv. 



Robert Porter of=pAnne,clau. of Robert 
.Shildroe. I Hall of Stanley. 



Leonaul, 
2nd bon. 



Nicholas Porter of=j=Anne, dau. of 



Shildroe, livinge 

1575- 



Robert Porter, 
eldest son. 



Edmund Hedlc}- 
of the bishopric. 



Barbara, wife 
of John Ilar- 
bottell of 
Northumber- 
land. 



i — i 

2. Anne. 

3. Isabel, 
wife of 
John Elhs 



William Porter, =f=Anne, dau. of 



2nd son of Shil- 
droe, livg. 1615. 



Robert Eden of 
West Aukland. 



Michael, 3rd son. 
Clara. 



AVilham, Sonne and 
heire, set. 13, 1615. 



Jane. 



Verefied by the suhscriftion of Nicholas Porter, above written, 
at Durham, on Sattirday, the 3 of September, 1575. — N. 



262 



DURHAM VISITATIOX PEDIGREES 



f n^ston of (East Norton; 




Arms.— Argent, two bars gules, on" a canton of tlic^ last a 
cinquefoil or. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 263 



PRESTON OF EAST MORTON. 



Leonard Preston of Biggins= 
Hall, in Westmorland. 



Reynold Preston^p Arthur Preston, 

of Bigpins Hall. 2nd son. 



I 1 1 

Thomas Preston of Anthony Preston=j=Dorothy, dau. of Wilfrid Preston^ 

Biggins Hall, ob. of East Morton, in 
s.p. the bishoprick, 3rd 

son, a° 1575. 



William Witham of Biggins Hall, 
of Brettonby. 2nd son. 



""1 



Catharine. Francis Preston, Thomas. Anne, wife of Thos. Carus, 

Margery. aged 13, a" 1575, son of Justice Cai-us of co. 

Maiy. Lane. 

Certifitd for true ly the subscription of Anthony 
Preston aforesaid at Bihing/iatJi, on ffryday, the 
5 of August, a" 1575. 

Anthony Preston. 



264 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



f unsljon nf Wtst 1|trringt0it, 




Arms.— A /arc, a ft^hc finbaUled bclwccii three lambs' lieadi 
erased arj^eut ; /•cr IVm. floivcr, Nonoy, a° 1575. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AXD 1666. 



265 



PUNSHON OF WEST HERRINGTON. 



William Punshou of West=f=Sibella, dau. of Thomas 
PIen"in<;ton, in the bishop- I Byrtliekl of Chester-le- 
rick, living a' 1575. Street, in co. Durham. 



Robert 
Punshon, 
and son, m. 
....,6c had 
.... dau. &c 
heir Sibell, 
wife of Tho- 
mas Smyth 
of Wal- 
dridge. 



AVilham ^E'e;inor,da. 
Punshon, of . . . . liar- 
xi. 22, a° I bottle of 
'575- I TiTitield. 



1 ^ — 

Grace, wife 
of Thomas 
Chilton, 
sen.ofXew- 
bottell. 



Will. Punshon=Maiy, dau. of 

of West Her- Atkin- 

rington, livinge son, Sc widow 
1615. of Mich. Cal- 

verley. 



Isabel (called 
Sibell, in 1615 
Visitn.), wife 
ofThos. Chil- 
ton, jun. of 
Xewijottell. 




Frances, wife 
of George 
Gye of East 
Herrington. 

JNIargaret. 

Agnes (Anne 
1615.) 

Elizabeth. 



William Punshon, 
1615. 



Vercfied by the subscription of William Prntsoii, 
the father, above -cvrittcn, at Ditresine, cii Monday, 
5 Sept. 1575. 



266 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



HatcUfc ot liriutmt lansartr. 




Arms— Ouarleily i and 4. Argent, a bend en-iailed sable ; a 
mullet for diflerence— A-fZ/c/Z'/J'. 2 and 3. Argent, a 
crosb-moline sable -/-w/Mcr/ .• a crescent for difference 



KECUkDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



267 



R.VrCLIFFE OF NEWTON HANSARD. 



Henry Ratcliffe= 
ot Tunstall. 



^Isabel, dau. and one of 
the heirs of Thomas 
Fulthorpe of Tunstall. 



Ralph Ratclifle of=f 
Tunstall, eldest 



dau. of "Wil- 
liam Hansard of 
Wahvorthe of 
Durham, Knight. 



AVilham 
Ratclifle, 
younger 



-. . . . dau. of 
Jolin Moresby 
of Cumberland. 



I • 

2tlargarct, only 
dau., \vife of 
Brian Palmes 
of Tunstall, at- 
tainted. 



Jane. 
Isabel 



r- 



!Mary, da. of=pRoger Rat- 
John Ryder I clifle of 
of ]<yder, | ^Nlulgrave, 
cofferer to | in co. York, 
lien. \T. eldest son, 
! livg. 1585. 



Di)rothy, dau. of 
Francis Bigott 
Knt., and heir 
of her brother 
Ralph. 



jMar^aret 



I 

Francis Ratcliflfe, 
son and heir, aged 
22, a° 1575. 



Catharine. 



Vcrcjkd by tlie subscripfwii of C/irislop/ur l\alcliii\\ 
abovcsayd, al Diirhaiii, on Monday, 8 August, a° 1575. 

Christopher Ratclikee. 



Christopher 
Ratcliffe of 
Newton, a'^ 
1575, mar. 
Helen, dau. of 
Robt. Nevell 
of Lever- 
sedge, Knt. 



Charles Rat- 
cliife, aged 1 2, 
a^ 1575- 
Margaret. 
Mary. 



268 



DURHAJI VISITATION PEDIGREES 



Hirburisott at fflxtrliam. 




Arms. — Sable, on a chief argent three Lyon'; heads, erased, 
ermines, langued gules. 

Crest. — On a nuual crown or, a lyon's head, erased ermines, 
langued gules, crowned with an earl's coronet of the 
first; per Kichard St. George, Norroy King of Anns. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND l( 



269 



RICHARDSON OF DURHAM. 



John Richarilson of tlie Citlic of=j=Anne, dau. of Rich. John- 
Durham 161 5. I son of Durham. 



Jolm Rich-= 
ardson, sonne 
&heire, Coun- 
sellor at Lawe 
1015. 



=Margei-)', 
dau. of 
Chris. 
Athey of 
Brad- 
M'ood. 



John. 



Thomas, =pjane, 



2'' sonne. 



dau. of 

William 

Tempest. 



John. 



3. William, 
mar. Anne, 
dau.of Hen. 
Bayles. 



1 

William. 



Anne, wife to 
George Walton 
of Durham. 

Elizabeth, 
ot). coel. 



!7o 



DURHAM VTSTTATION PEDTGRKES 



Ki&iJrU of ffiati?sl}t\^&. 




ARifs. — Ouavtcily of 6. — i and 6. Arg. a fesse between three 
<^;ul)s ^/.. — Kiddvll. 2. Arj,'. three hair bottles or, i.e., 
leather bottles with the hair outside (described in 
modern heraldic books as icicles) — llarboillc. 3. Arg. 
a fesse between three mullets pierced az. — Pasltii. 4. 
Arg. on a chev. belwein three martlets sa., a mullet for 
diflerence— Z<77i'.f('«. 5. Harr}- of six arg. ami a/, in 
chief tln-ee annulets of the sccoiul — Crainliitgto)i. 

Crkst. — A dcnii-lion erminois, holding a garb az. This crest 
ivas ionjh-incd by Richard St. George, A'orroy King of 
Anns ill the tviiie 0/ his I i silo t ion I') 15. 



RECORDED 15-5, 1615 AND I666. 



271. 



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272 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREKS 



K0lbs0n of lltst jKcrton. 




Arms. Az., between a chev., three boars' heads erminois. 

Crest. — Out of a mural crown az. a boars' head erminois. 
Granted by Ricltard St. George, A'orroy A'inge of Amies 
in the tvme of his Visitation 1615. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



273 



ROBSON OF WEST MORTON. 



William Robson. 



John Robson ot AVest=f=Elizabeth, dau. of John 
Morton, co. pal. Franklyn of Thuiley, 

in CO. Bedford. 



Simon, Dean 
of Bristol. 



TT— T-r 
Simon. 

Gerard. 

William. 
Robert. 



Robert Robson of= 
West Morton, 
now living, 161 5. 



"1 — I 



=Eliz., dau. and coh. John 
of Thos. jNIiddleton 
of Skirwith, in Cum- 
berland. 



Anth 



ony. 



Matthew. 

Charles. 

Hem-)-. 

Bertram. 
s.p. 



Thomas, 
Sonne & 
heire, a^t. 
29, 1615. 



— I 

Frances, wife 
to John Bain- 
brigge of 
A\'heatley 
Hill. 



I I I 

Elizabeth. 

Anne. 

Gertrude. 



\ I 
Margt. 

Eleanor. 

]Marv. 



274 DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



ialbitt oi €xoxtak. 




Arms. — Argent, on a chief sa. two mullets or. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND I666. 



275 



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attkrsnn nf IBranaprilj. 




Arms. — Paly of six, arg. and az., a bend sa. An aTigmentation 
to this coat was granted by Richard St. George, to 
Ileniy .Sanderson, as Constable of Brancepeth under 
the Crown — viz., on the berd a sword ]iroper, hilted 
and pommeled or. (.See page 278.) 

Crest. — A talbot passant pellettcc. 

Motto. — .Sans Dieu bien. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



277 



SANDERSON OF BRANCEPETH. 



John Sanderson of=p 
Newcastle. 



Henry Sanderson of= 
Ne\vcastle-on-Tyne. 



-Ellen, daii. and sole heir of Piers 
Chator of Newcastle-on-Tvne. 



Henry Sanderson of Brancepath, Esq.,=f=]\Iary, dau. of Thomas (1666) 
nowlivinge, 1615, Constable of Brance- Lawrence of London (of Hunts 
peth Castle. | 1666.) 



Samuel Sanderson of Brancepath, sonne= 
and heir, now livinge, 1615, died ia 
July 1650. 



^Barbara, dau. of Thomas Liddell 
of Ravensworth Castle. 



2. John, died 
unm. 1650. 

3. Henry, m. 
.... dau. of 
.... Wuley 
of Dodford, 
Northants, 
Esq., and had 
a da. Dorothy. 
5. Charles. 



Maiy, dau,=p 4. Peter ^Rachel, wid. 



of Dr. Jeni- 
son, a divine 
in Newcas.- 
on-Tyne, 
ist wife. 



Sanderson, 
a mercht., 
in New- 
caslle-on- 
Tj-ne. 



of 

Mallard of 
Gateshead, 
near Ncav- 
castle-upon- 
Tyne, 2<' wife. 



1. Ellen. 

2. Maiy. 

3. Barbara. 



2. Joseph. 

3. Thomas. 

4. Charles. 



Sa. Sanderson. 
1615. 



Samuel Sanderson, set. 
12, a° 20 Aug., 1666. 



Certified by Thomas Sanderson, 
1666. 



I. Thomas, 
son & heir, 
Kt. 4, 1615, 
of Hedley- 
hope, CO. 
pal. Dur., 
aged 54, 
20 Aug., 
1666, mar. 
Eleanor,da. 

of 

Barker of 
Topcliffe 
]\Ianour, co 
York. 



278 DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



iantra*sDtt oi ^Dggtetoit, 




Arms. — Paly of hix, -.w^. ami a/., over all on a bend sa. a sword 
ppr. liill and poniel or. 

A'fl/c. — "This coate was granted l.y Sir William Segar, Kiiiglit, and Richard 
St. George, Ks(|., Ut Henry Sanderson of Brunccpeth, therefore this family can 
have no right thereto." 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AN" '^^^• 



279 



SANDERSON OF EGGLESTON. 

By an ancient booke in the custody of Raphe Bows of Bradley, in co. 
pal. Durham, it appears that Thomas de Beddick alias Sanderson, 
who lived in King Ed. III.'s time, had issue John de Beddic alias 
Sanderson, which John left issue Jane, a sole dau. and heire, with 
whom the inheritance of Beddic went to her issue by Sir Robert 
Hilton of Hilton, whose wife she was And that from a younger 
son of the said Thomas de Beddic ahas Sanderson, the family of 
Sanderson, sometime of Loupe and Barnard Castle, did descend from 
which family of the Sandersons of Loupe, Christopher Sanderson, 
Esq., now of Eggleston, and lord of that mannour is descended." 



Bartholomew Saunderson=p 
of Loupe, in co. pal. Dur. 



2. Reginald Sanderson, 
citizen and merchant of 
London. 



I. PhiUp Sanderson=pPhillis, dau. of Thomas 



of Barnard Castle 
died about 1657 



Allenson, a merchant, 
in Barnard Castle. 



I — I 

1. Bartholomew 

Sanderson of 
Kirkby Steven, 
in Westmorland. 

2. Francis Sander- 
son, a merchant, 
in Dantzic. 



Christian. =^3. Christopher San- 
da. of Cuth- derson of Eggleston, 
bert Thurs- in co. pal. Durham, 
by of Wol- Esq., now one of his 
house, in CO. Mat'es Justices of the 
pal. Dur., Peace, in this county, 
1st wife. aged 48, an. x6Aug., 

1666. 



^Margt., da. 
of Robert 
Webster, a 
mercht,now 
of Start- 
ford, CO. 
York, 2nd 
wife. 



1 

Eleanor, ist 
m. to Thos. 
Giffard of 
Gateshead, 
merchant, 
after to W" 
Webster, 
merchant. 



I 

Catherine, 

wife of 
William 
Aubony, a 
merchant, 
in New- 
castle. 



, Francis, 
aged 19. 

. George, 
aged 17. 



+n. 



1. Cuthbert, 
aged 24, 16 
Aug., 1666. 

2. Philip, 
aged 23. 



I — I 

8. James, 

and 

9. Joseph, 
twins, aged 
I year and 
10 months. 



5. Christopher, aged 7, 
16 Aug., 1666. 

6. Wilham, aged 6. 

7. Robert, aged 3. 

1. Margaret, aged 9. 

2. Dorothy, aged 5. 

3. Elizab., aged 3 months. 



Certified by Christopher Sanderson. 



28o 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



^mrficli, fnrm^rln ^rrut^failk ot 
Ifubbksiuortlr, 




Arms. — Gu. a bend dancettce between six martlets arg. 

Crest. — A dtxlur arm cmbowcd erniinois, couped at the 
sliouldcr, firiiij^ a pistol. V'/iis coat and crest was con- 
Jhmcd by Richard St. George, Norroy King of Arms, in 
the tynic of his Visitation, taken «S 1615. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



SCURFIELD, FORMERLY SCRUTEVILLE OF 
KIBBLESWORTH. 



Thomas Scvuteville of Kibbles- 
worth, in CO. pal. 



Anthony Scrute\ille=pAnne, base dau. of Charles 
of Kibblesworth. Earle of Westmorland. 



Ralphe (Scurfield or)-f=Anne, dau. ot Anthony Thomlinson 

Scruteville of Kibbles- I of Gatesyde. 

worthe. 



Lavvson of Cramlin<r- 
ton, Esq., 2nd wife. 



Isabel, dau. of Robert=f= William (Scuriield =rJane, dau. of Cuth- 
or) Scruteville of I bert Baynbridge of 
Kibblesworth, | Teesdale, 1st wife 
livinge, 1615. | 
rn H I ^ 1 

2. Thomas. Dorothy. Emanuel, sonne Elizabeth, 

3. Ralphe. and heire, a.'t. 19, 

1615. 

See Surtees' Durham, vol. ii. p. 218. 



282 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



S^llbn nf 



on^t. 




Arms. —Quarterly i and 4. Bam- of eight or and sable, a 
ciescent for diflerence — Sc'//'}'- 2 and 3. Arg. 3 m;irt- 
Icts gu., on a chief of the last as many martlets of the 
fust an annulet or — Feirwick. 

Crest. — A ^Moor's head ^vrealhed or and sa. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 283 



SELBY OF WHITEHOUSE. 

Biyan Selby of Selby. 



r- 



_j 



Edmond Selby of Selby=p dau. of Methley 

and Thorp. | of Methley. 

, ■- 1 

Thomas Selby of Selby.=p dau. of Sir Bryan Haydon. 

I ^ 

Sir Walter Selby Knt.=i=Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Thomas 
I Nevill of Rajmell. 

Christopher Selby.=f:Margaret, dau. of Sir WiUiam Plumpton. 

Sir Bryan Selby, Knt.=T=. . . . dau. of ... . Hopton ofHopton. 

I ' 

Walter Selby, Esq.=j=Margaret, dau. of Sir Hugh Bristowe. 

I ' 

Anthony Selby. =j= Jane, dau. of Vavasour, of Spaldington. 

I ' 

Su: Walter Selby, Knt.=^.... dau. of John Brandling. 



r 



William Selby of Newcastle.=f=EHnor, dau. of John Hebborne. 

I ' 

George Selby.=^ dau. of Anderson. 

I ' 

William Selby of Newcastle.=j=Elizabeth, dau. and heire of 
Gerrard Fenwicke. 



Sir George Selby of=T=Margaret, da. of Sir AVilliam Selby of^pElizabeth, dau 
Whitehouse, Knt., Sir John Selby, Shortflatt&Bowlani, of WilHam 
livinge 16 15. | Knght. in Northumberland. Widdrington. 



T 1 — \ — I r- 



Margaret, wife Elizabeth, wife Barbara. William, 2. George, 

to Will. Bellasis to John Delavall Isabell. sonne and 3. John, 

of jNIorton and of Distington. Dorothy. heire. 4. Thomas. 

Ludworth. Mary. 

George Selby. 



284 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



^Ijafto^ 0f ^ttbilL 




Akjis. — Gules, on a bend aif^ent three mullets azuie; in the 
sinister chief ])oint a cinquefoil or. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND l66(j. 



28s 



SHAFTOE OF ANVILL AND SWALWELL. 



James Shaftoe, descended^p 
of the family of Shaftoe of 
Bavington, in Northumber- 
land. 



"William Shaftoe.= 



-. . . . dau of 
Fen^\yke. 



Clement Shaftoe of Anvill,=pElizabeth, dau. of Rowland 
in the bishoprick. I Rawe, of the bishoprick. 



Rowland ■ 
Shaftoe of 
Anvilljhvg. 
1575- 



=Isabel, dau. 
of Robert 
Raines (or 
Rames), of 
Shortflatt, 
in North- 
umberland. 



William 
Shaftoe, 
aged 10, 
a° 1575- 
Anthony. 
Anne. 



Wilham =j=Margeiy, 



Shaftoe 
of Swal- 
well, 
2nd son, 
livinge 
1615. 



dau. of 
John Bil- 
lingham 
of Crook - 
hall. 



Barbara, Avife of Robert Har- 
bottell of Tanfeilde. 

Isabel, \vife of Wilham Lawe. 

Anne, wife of Robert Harbottell 
of North Cawsey, Northumber- 
land. 



I 

Arthur 
Shaftoe, 
Sonne Si 
heire. 



=Alice, dau. 
of Jas. Gas- 
coigne of 
Tunimill. 



Eliz., wife 
of Nathan 
Jackson. 



— r-rn 

2. Will. 

3. Chiisf. 

4. Charles. 



Barbara, wife to 
Ralphe Blen- 
kinsop of Birt- 
ley. 



Timothy, sonne and 
heire, set. 8, 1615. 



William. 



1 

Jane. 



Verejied for true by the subscription of Rowland 
Shaftoe of Anvill aforesaid, at Duresine, on Monday, 
5 Sept., 1575.— Rowland Shaftoe. 



Isabel. Margaret. 

William Shafto, 
1615. 



286 DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



.§Ijaft0^ of ®anfi^lib-ldgli. 




Arms. — Gules, on a bend argent three mullets azure ; in the 
sinister chief point a cinquefoil or. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



287 



SHAFTOE OF TANFIELD-LEIGH. 



John Shaftoe of Tanfleld-=p dau. of . 

Leigh, in co. pal. I of WaUington. 



Fenwick 



Gerrard Shaftoe of=f^ dau. of Forster of 

Bavington. Etherstone in co. Northum- 

berland. 



I II I 1 

Eleanor, ^afe to Christopher. JamesShaftoe=f=Ehz., dau. of Mary, wife 



John Blakeston. Rowland. 



of Tanfield- 
Leigh, 16 1 5. 



John Mills of to Thomas 
ColHngham, Trotter, 
Notts. 



Thomas Shaftoe,=j=Elizabeth, dau. of Richard 



Sonne and heire, 
1615. 



AUgood of Stockfield. 



James, sonnc and 
heire, xt. 8, 1615. 



John. 



-- 1 — I 

Thomas. 
Richard. 



Catherine. 



See pedigree Surtees' Durham, vol. ii. p. 220. 



288 



DURHAII VISITATION PEDIGREKS 



>bpp£r oi lurljam. 




Arms. — Ermine, on a clicM-on g\i. three roses or, a crescent for 
difl'erence. 

Crest. — A bear's paw or, holding three roses or, stalked and 
leaved vert. 



RECORDED 1 575, 1615 AND l666. 



289 



SKEPPER OF DURHAM. 

Richai'd =f=. . . . dau. of Sir 
Skepper. I Rob. Silkstowe. 



Richard - 
Skepper. 



dau. of 
Legard. 



Edward=p 



Robert Skepper of the city of= 
Duiesme. 



J 



Richard. 



Robert Skepper, of=j=Jane, dau. of John Maire, 
Duresme City. I of Duresme. 



Robert Skepper, 
2nd Sonne. 



— I 

Chnstopher Skepper, =pEHzabeth, dau. of James 
of Duresme city, 1615. Moyser, of Appleton, co. 
York. Arm. 



Christopher, sonne 
and heire, set. 11;, 
1615. 



2. William. 

3. Moyses. 



1. Averell. 

2. Anne. 



~ r' 
3. Jane. 



4. Catlierine. 

5. Grace 
Ch. Skeppar. 



290 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



muti) nf Ixtrliftm. 




Arms. — Aij^., on a bend az. three lozeiifjes crminois between 
two unicorns' heads' erased az., armed and maned or. 

Crest. — A dexter hand embowed erminois, cufled arg. grasping 
a broken sword proper, hilt or. 

This cote and crest was confirmed by Richard St. George, Norroy King of 
arms in the tyme of his Visitation (1615). 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND l6b6. 



291 



SMITH OF DURHAM. 



Thomas Smith. 



^Elizabeth, dau. of .... 
Lay ton of West Lay ton. 



John Smith.=pjane, dau. of Layton of Sproxton, 

Lord of the Manor of West Layton. 



Thomas Smith.=f Margaret, eldest dau. John, parson WiUiam, parson 

of Simon Lightfoot of of Normanby, of Hargrave, co. 

West Layton. co. Yorlv. Northumber'i. 



I I 

1. Symon. 

2. John, s.p. 



AVilKam Smith of Duresme,=pMary, dau. of Lyonell 
Councellor of Law, 1615. Heron of Chipchase,co. 
Northumberland. 



Hemy, sonne and hcirc, 
aged 6, 1615. 



1 

Margaret. 



292 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



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mxUes of ^t5kt0n-0tt£-flato. 



Anns same as next page. 
Maimaduke Surteys of =j=Anne, dau. of Thomas 



Midleton - one - Row, 
Esn. 



Gray of Northumber- 
land, Knight. 



r" 



■J'hom:)s, John Surteys of the bishop-=j=Jane, dau. cf Ralph 

ob. s.p. rick of Durham, a° IS75- John Porter. Surteys, 

I ob., s.p, 

r ^ 1 

Thomas Surteys, Anne, 

aged 8, a° 1575. 

Verified for true by the sjthscription of John 
Surteys, at Billingham, on ffriday, 5 Aug., 1575. 

John Surteys. 



'-94 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



mitts oi llaknsluoillj. 




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Ak.ms. - Einiinc, on a canton l;u1c3 an oilc aij/cnt. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 ^ND 1666. 295 



SURTEES OF RAVENSWORTH. 



Ralphe Surteis, of=j=Jennett, dau. of 
the city of Durham. I . . . . Coxson. 



I 



Ralfe Surteis, of New-^pElizabeUi, dau. of William 



castle, merchant. 



Lane of Melton Mowbray, 
in CO. Leicester. 



Ralfe Surteis, of Ravens-=pFrances, dau. of Cuthbert 
worth, livinge 1615. I Hutchinson, of Durham. 

Ralfe Surteis, sonne and 2. William. 2. Jane. 4. Barbara. 

heire, a3t. 9, 1615. -m- 1 *i t 1 1 

' -" -> I. Elizabeth. 3. Isabel. 



296 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



tojntorit^ of Burljam* 




Arms. — Per fcsse gu. and az. three cinquefoils couiilcrclianged, 
wiihin a bordure gobony or and azure. 

Crest.— Out of a due; 1 ccronet gu. a demi-bcar argt. crined or. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



297 



SWYNBURNE OF DURHAM. 



Sir Adam de Swinburne, Knt., 8 Ed. II., = 
sonof Sir Wm., son of Sir John Swinburne. 



Sir "\Vm. Swnburne, Knt., temp. Ed. III.= 

I 

Sir William S\\iuburne, Knight.=p 

1 ' 

=f:John Swynbume of Nafferton,=j= 
; Northumberland, Esq. | 



Anne, widow: 
of Robert 
Reynes of 
Shortflat, in 
Northumber- 
land, Esq., 
2nd wife. 



r ' 
:John Swyn- 
bume of 
Chopwell, CO. 
pal. Durham, 
a natural son. 



= . . . . dau. of 

llarbottle 

of Harbottle, 
1st wife. 



George Swyn-=pMargaret, 
burne of Edling- I dau. of .... 
ham, Esq., from | Haggerston 
whom the Swyn- | of liagger- 
burnes of Naffer ston. 
ton are descend- ( 
ed. 



John Swinburne of Chop-= 
well, attainted of treason in 
regard he was in the rebel- 
lion with the Earle of West- 
morland, a° II Qu. EUz. 



Christopher 
Swynbume, 
son and heire. 



A 

-. . . . dau. of Robert 
Reynes of Short- 
flatt, in Northum- 
berland. 



I — 
John. 



Robert. William. 



all died s.p. 



Anne, dau. of=pJohn(') Swu 
Robert Booth I burne of W' 
of Harworth, . borne, j-on i 
inco. pal. Dur. | heire. 



- . . . . (-lau. 
and heir of 
.... Fare- 
well. 



Roger, died 
s.p. 



Thomas Swyne-^ 
bume, son and 
heir, aged 69, 
10 Aug., 1666. 



-Jeronima, dau. of 
Thomas Chaytor 
of Butterby, co. 
pal. Durham. 



John Swynbume==Dorothy, dau of John 
of Wylome, in co. | Ogle, son to Sir William 
Northumberland, I Ogle. Knt., brother to 
died 1604. j the Lord Ogle. 



Anne, wife of 
Ricliard Tomkins, 
citiz. of London. 



Dorothy, wife 

of .... ' 

Vaint. 



rn — \ — I 

. William, 

, Nicholas, 
. Xpopher, 
. Raphe, 
all died yng. 



— I — I — r- 

6. Thomas. 

1. Thomas, 

2. James, 
died infts. 



John S\vanebume= 
of Durham an utter 
Barrister of Gray's 
Inn, aDt. 34, an. 18 
Aug., 1666. 



=Mary, dau. of 
Sir George 
Tonge of 
Denton, in co. 
pal. Durham, 
Knight. 



— TTT-r-T— 1 

1. Margaret, 
5. Jane, 
both died yng. 

2. Isabel. 

3. Maiy. 

4. Jeronima. 



Thomas, aged 7, 
18 Aus:., 1666. 



Jeronima. 



Elizabeth. 
jNIary. 



1 

Catherine, 
died young. 



Certified by John Swinburne. 

(i) Memdum. — That upon eompareing this pedigree with the original, which was produced to 
the Chapter the 3rd of July, 1690 — That this John Swynburne was called 2nd son instead of 
sop and heir, whereupon the said Chapter did order that this should be made to agree with the 
original. 



29S 



DURH.AJM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



©nnp^st nf Mdla 




Arms. — Quarterly i and 4. Arg. a bend enj^railed between six 
martlets sa. — 'J'ciiif'csl. 2 and 3. Ciu. a cimiuefoil ana 
in orle five cross-crosslets 2, 2 and i, or, a crescent foi 
dillercnce — I ^iiifrcville. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1 660. 



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306 DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



tljirkdir nf IBurljam, 




Arms. — Arg. a maunch gu. witWn a boidurc sa., a crescent az. 
for difference. 

Crest. — A Turk's head ppr. 



RECORDED I575, 1615 AND 1666. 



301 



THIRKELD OF DURHAM. 



. Thirkeld. 



John Thirkeld of Even\vood,=j=Jane. 
in CO. pal. Durham, died a^ I 
15":!, as appeareth by the 
probate of his will. | 



Robert Thirkeld of Denton, 
in CO. pal. Durham, Esq., 
5 Eliz., ut patet per finem 
tunc levatum g Auguste in 
curia Domina; Regince apud 
Dunelmum. 



2. William, 
died s.p. 

3. John, 
died young. 



Anthony Thirkeld= 
of Evenwood, died 
about 1615. 



:Jennet, 
dau. of 

Hare of 
Cumber- 
land. 



1 
r. Jane, wife 
of ... . Rut- 
lidgeof Raby, 
in CO. pal. 
Durham. 



1 

2. Anne. 



Jane, wife of Christo- 
pher Hewson of Ruck- 
craft, in Cumberland. 



John Thirkeld of Dale,= 
in Cumberland, died in 
1663. 



=Anne, dau. of John 
Younge of Ayme- 
bancke, in Cumber- 
land. 



3. Edward Thir- =^Anne, dau. of 
keld of the City of William Bell, 
Durham, aged 48, alderman of 
1 6 Aug., 1666. the City of 

Durham. 



2. John, 
died yng. 



William, set. if 
16 Aug., 1666. 



Anthony 
Thirkeld 
of Dale, 
in Cum- 
berland. 

— 1 

Edward, 
set. 16. 



Caroline, -wife of 
Robert Watson 
of North Skeugh 
(or Meugh) in 
Gillesland, 



Certified by EDWARD THIRKEiD. 



302 DURHAM YISTTATION PKDIGREES 



®l)0mUnsott of (Battsit^t. 



Arms. — Party per pale wavy ar<^cnt and vert, three greyhounds 
couvant countercliangcd ; a chief engrailed azure. 



RECORDED 1 575, 1615 AND 1 666. 



303 



THOMLINSON OF GATESIDE. 



William Tliomlinsoii of Gate-=j=Elizabeth, dau. of Robert 
side, ill CO. pal. Durham. I Grey of Hebburne. 



Thumas Thom-= 
linson, 2nd son. 



Mary, dau. of . . . .=AnthonyThomlin-=pKatherine, dau. of 



Thomas. 



Rotherford of Ro- 
chester, in North- 
umberland. 



son of Gateside, a" 
15: 



Ralph Hedworthe, 
Knight, 1st wife. 



William Thom-=T=Barbara, dau. 



linson, aged 20, 
15:5- 



of Anthony 
Heley. 



1 — I — I 

2. Robert. 

3. Richard. 

4. Edward. 



Anne, wife of 
Ralph Scur- 
field of Kib- 
blesworth. 



-i~r~r~i 
Ehzabeth. 
INIargaret. 
Helen. 
Dorothy. 



Elizabeth, wife to 
Thomas Wooton. 



1 ; 

Robert Thomlin-=j=Isabel, dau. of 



son of Gateside, 
livinge, 161 5. 



Roger Lumley. 



Julian, vnfe to 
Valentyne West. 



I 

Thomas, 



William, sonne Sc 
heire, xt 4, 16 15. 



— I — I 
Margaret, 
Elizabeth. 



Verefied by the subscription of Anthony Thomlinson, 
aforesayd, at Gaiesyde, on 7hjirsday, i Sept., 1575. 

Anthony Thomlinson, 



304 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



f 0ngi^ of Mcst fIjickUj. 




Arms.— Sable (az. 1O15), on a bend argent, cottised or, between 
six martlets, a mullet gules (or 1615.) 

Crest. — A cubit arm holding a giappling-iron ppr. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



305 



TONGE OF WEST THICKLEY. 



William Tonge de=pjane, dau. 



Eccleshall, 
York. 



of 
Peck. 



Richard Tonge=pIsabel, dau. of Robert 
de Eccleshall. I Hedworthe, Esq. 



William Tonge= 
ofWestThicke- 
ley.inthcbishop- 



=Elizabeth, dau. of Lord Clifford 
(sister of Hy., Earl of Cumberland, 
and widow of Sir Ralph Bowes. 



George Tonge of West= 
Thickeley and of Eccleshall, 
living, 1575. 



^Helena, dau. 
of John 
Lambton. 



Isabel, wife of 
Robert Thirkell 
of Denton. 



da. of:^IIenr)', - 
Holt Tonge, son 
and heir, 
a;t. 25, a°. 
I.S75- 



of Stubley, 
in CO. Lane. 



= ...., 'da. 
of ..'.. 
Watson 
of the 
Bishop- 
ricke. 



2. Anthony. 

3. William, 
m. AUce, da. 
Richard Cur- 
wen. 



r-r-rn — 

5. George. 

6. Ralph. 

7. John, 

8. Cuthbert. 



I I I 1 
Isabel. 

Elizabeth. 

Agnes. 

Grace. 



George Tonge, of^Elizabeth, da. of Mary, wife to Heniy 
Thickley, Esq., Thomas Blakeston Blakeston of Arch- 

li\-inge 1615. of Newton. deacon Newton. 



Elizabeth, cet. 3, 16 15. 



Gertrude, 2nd dau. 



The Pedigree is vcreficd for true hy the stihscriptwn hemtnto of 
George Tonge of West Thickley, Esquire, at Aitkland, in the 
Bishoprickc of Durham. — George Tonge, 1575. 



3o6 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



®r0ll0p^ of ^(^hm. 





Arms. — Vert, three stags courant argent, attired or ; a crescent 
for difi'erence. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666, 



307 



TROLLOPE OF MORDEN. 



John Troloppe= 
of Thomley. 



John Troloppe=p .... dau. of ... . Tem- 
of Thomley. I pest of Holmeside. 



John Tioloppe=f=Maigaret, dau. of 



of Thornley, in 
the Bishoprick. 



Wilham Blakiston 
of Blakiston. 



Grace, dau. of= 
.... Pudsey 
of Baiforthe, 
sister of Hen. 
Pudsey, 2nd 
wife. 



= Thomas 
Troloppe, 
son and 
heir. 



Robert. 



=Margaret, 
dau. of 
Roger 
Lumley of 
Ludworthe. 



— I 
Anthonys 
Troluj:)pe, 
2nd son. 



1 

John Tro-- 
loppe of 
Mordcn, in 
the bishop- 
rick, a". 
1575- 



. . . . dau. of .... 
Proctor, sister of 
Thomas Proctor. 



John Tro- =j=Maud, dau. of Anne, wife Thomas, 
loppe, at- I .... Metham of Wilham aged 21, 
tainted. of Metham. Metcalf. a°. 1575. 



^Elizabeth, 
dau. of 
JohnAlder- 
son of Ber- 
wicke-on- 
Tweed. 



1 — I 

2. Richard. 

3. Ralph. 



"~r"r-rn 
JSIargaict. 

Michael. 

Andrew. 

George. 



Grace. 

Margaret. 

Ahce. 



Francis Trolloppe.^ 



=Margaret, dau. of , . , 
Tunstall of Skargill. 



Isabell, dau. of George= 
Holtby of Shackleton, 
2nd wife. 



=John Trollope of Thornley,= 
in the Bishopricke, living 
1615. 



^Elizabeth, dau. of Sir 
William Blakeston, of 
Blakeston, ist wife. 



Jonn, sonne and heire, set. 7, 1615. 



Verefied by the subscription of John Ti'oloppe of A/onion 
in the Bishoprick at Billingham, on ffryday, 5 Aug. 1575. 

John Troloppe. 



3o8 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



®rnttrr of ^^Imiott* 



, • • • • 




Arms. — Quarterly i and 4. Ar<,'., a lion rampant sa., a chief 
ermine — Trpltcr. 2 and 3. Arg., three organ pipes 
gu. ; a crescent for difference— /)'//;v/(W. 

No arms arc given in the copy of the Visitation in the Heralds' College. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1 666. 309 



TROTTER OF HELMDON. 

Sir Hugh Burden of Ilelmdon, Knt.=j= 

J 

John ljurdon.=p 



Thomas Harj^er-^pjane, dau. and Catherine, dau. and cohoirc, 
of Helmdon. I coheire. wife of Richai d ISlythman. 



Christopher Trotter of Hehndon,=pJane, dau. Margt. Isabell. Sibell. 
ii! CO. pal., son of Thomas Trotter and coheire. 
of Jovis Hall. 



"William Trotter of^Catherine, dau. and heire of IMary, wife Thomas. (^ 
Helmdon, 1615. I Robert Sanders in co. pal. to 



Anthony, sonne and 2. William. Anne, wife to Joseph Elizabeth, 
heire, a;t. 37, 1615. Pilldngton. 

Anthony Trotter 

(i) This Thomas has evidently been ailded, for liis name does not appear in the 
MS. in the Heralds' College and Queen's College. 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



trotter of tlji^ <^sl}r5. 



No arms entered. 



RECORDED I575, 1615 AND 1666. 31I 



TROTTER OF THE ASHES. 



Robert Trotter of Jovis Hill =p 
(called Thomas in preceding I 
jiedigree.) | 

r ^ 

Christopher Trotter of=pJanf, dau. of ., 
llelmeclen Hall. . . Harper. 



Thomas(') Trotter-pMary, dau. of James Shaftoe, 



of the Ashes, 1615. 



of Tantield-Lcigh. 



1 1 

Christopher Trottei-=f=Elizabeth, dau. of Emanuel, Thomas. 
Sonne and heire. I . . . . Fowell. M. A. 

r ' 1 

Thomas. Ralphe. 

(i) Called Thomas in Queen's College copy, and John in 1820 edition. 



312 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



^unstall 0f ®0tl)am JltantitbUk 




Arms.— Sahle llircc combs argent ; a mullet (charged with a 
cresc(;nt gu. in same copies) for dilTerence ; per VVm. 
Flower, Nonoy, a"^ 1575. 

Crest.— A cock arg. combeil and waltlcd gu., charged with a 
mullet as in the arms. 



K.ECOitUED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 



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Want d l0n0 Jl^toton, 




Arms.— Or, tlircc binistcr yauntlcts az. a canton ^'u. on an 
escochcn of pretence, quarterly i and 4. Ary. two 
battle-axes in saltire sa., 2 anil 3. A clievrun be- 
tween three niartleli '.a. 



RECORDED 1 575, 1615 AND 1 666. 



315 



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3l6 DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



^astii of lli^luhmtis. 



No arms alloAved. 



Alexander Vasey of=p .... dau. of .... 
Newlands, in the I Fetherstonhalgh of 
bishopricke. | Stanhope Hall. 

I 



John Vasey of Newlands.=f= Ursula, dan. of Anthony 
I Tunstall of .Skargill. 



^Vnthonv Vasev of Newlands, nowe= 



livingc, 1615. 



=Isabel, dau. of Nich. Ridley 
of Willimontswickjin North- 
umberland. 



1 1 
Anthony. 
Chribloplier. 


1" r 1 1 

Nich. John Vasey,= 
Alex. Sonne &heire. 
Will. 


pCatheiine,dau.o 
Roos of Long P 
in Holdernesse. 


fRich. 

reston. 


Mabel, 
wife of 
Georj^e 
Harrison 
of the 




r 
John, Sonne and heire, 
xi. 14 an. 1O15. 


Richard, 
2^i sunne. 


bishop- 
rick. 



RECORDED 1 5 75, 1615 AND iCCb. 



317 



Martr of lisIjop-iiiiiMdjam. 



No arms entered. 



John AVarde of Bishop- 
iMiddleham, in the bishop- 
ricke. 



^Winifred, dau. of Richard 
Gold Cor Coles) of AVednes- 
bury, in co. Stafford. 



2. Samuel Warde, 
blaster of Sidney 
Coll., Camb., mar. 

the widow 

of Timothy Brick- 
more, in CO. Herts. 



3. George. 

4. Peter. 

5. Heni-y. 

6. Joseph. 



John, Sonne and heire, 
xt. li, 1615. 



I. John Warde=f=Jane, 



of Bishop-Mid- 
dleham, 161 5. 



dau. of 

Emanuel 

Barnes. 



I. Eliz. 



~i r 

2. Anne. 

3. JMary. 



Winifred, \vife to 
Richard Newton. 

Dorothy, wife to 
Ralph Penrith. 



4- Jane. 

5. Winifred. 



3i8 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



axh d S^rimbon. 




Arms. — Azure a cross flory or, a crescent for difference. 
Motto. — Vincit Veritas. 



RECORDED 1575, 16x5 AND 1666. 319 



WARD OF TRIMDON. 



John Ward of Bowes,=p dau. and coheiie 

in CO. York. ] of AskeofScruton. 



AVilliam Ward of Bowes. =p dau. of Girling- 

ton of Girlington. 



Anthony AVard of=j=Isabella, dau. of Will. John, ist sonne, 
Bowes, 2nd son. I Coates of Bowes. ob. s.p. 



Robert Ward of Bowes and^Barbara, dau. of Thomas Blenkinsop 
Trimdon, in co. Durham, of Holbcck, in Westmorland, Esq. 
living 1615. 



William Ward, sonne and heue, 
set. 18, 1615. 



320 DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



Matson of Wljittaortlj. 



No arms entered. 



RECORDED I575, 1615 AND I666. 321 



WATSON OF WHITWORTH. 



William Watson.=T= 



Thomas W3lson.=f=Ellyn, dau. of Thomas Musgrave. 

Mary, dau. of Heniy=T=William Watson of Whit-=Maiy, dan. of 

Brabant, ist wife. | worth, living 1615. Salkeld. 

I — I 2nd wife. 

Margaret. =T=William Baxter 
I of Corbrigg. 

r ^ 

Catherine Baxter, 16 15. 



322 DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



Mbarton of Mingate (&xm^t. 




Arms. — Quarterly i and 4. Sa. a niaunch arg. (a martlet for 
cTifFerence)— ^rZ/fz/Av/. 2 and 3. Arg., two bars gu., 
on a canton a cross llory or — Kirkby. 

Crest.— A bull's head, erased sa., horned or. 



RECORDED 1 575, 1615 AND 1666. 323 



WHARTON OF WINGATE GRANGE. 



Christopher Wharton of Wingate Grange and of Offer- 
ton, in the bishoprick of Durham, who is descended of a 
younger brother of Wharton of Kerkby. 



Thomas Wharton. =p 



Henry Wharton.=y= 



I — I 

Henry Wharton. =p Gilbert, 2d sonne.=p 
\. , 1 



Thomas, of whom came John AVharton.=p. . . . dan. & heire of .... 

the Lord Wharton. | Kirkby of Kirkby-Thore. 

r -^ -, 

(John) Wharton of Kirkby- Christopher=j= 

Thore, where that name Wharton. I 

remayneth to this day. | 



Christophei-=pMargaret, dau. of 



Wliarton, 



Cowdray. 



George Wharton of- 
Newton WaUis. 



=]\Iary, dau. of Ewen Gilpin 
of Gilpin-banke. 



I — 71 

Christopher Wharton of Win-=pAlice, dau. of William Shcppcrd- Richard 

gate Grange, living 161 5. son of IJishop Wcarmouth. 



Elizabeth. =George Middlcton j\Iary.=Cuthbcrt ?iIitford 

of Silksworth. of Milford. 



y^ 



324 DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



mijarton of ®lb f ark. 




Arms.— Sa. a maunch aig., a canton or. 



KECORDED I575, 1615, AND l6fa6. 



325 



WHARTON OF OLD PARKE. 



John WIkiiIo'.i, a younger son to- 
.... "Wharton of Kirkby Thurc, 
in Westmorland. 



Georiie. 



2. Henry. i. John AVharton of=|^EHzabeth, dau. of Roger Eleanor. 



"Winston, in eo. ytal. 
Durham, died 1628. 



Hodson of Fountaines 
Abbev, Yorks. 



Tliomas Wharton of Old Hall alias=pjane, dau. of Wm. 



Old Parke, in C(j. pal. Durham, 
D'' of Phisick, aged 55, 1669. 



Asbriilge of Lon- 
don. 



Dorothy, wife of 
John .Simpson of 
Winston. 



Thomas Wharton, 
son and heir, aged 
12, in 16O9. 



Charles, 
died young. 



1 

William, 
died young. 



CiTiificd by Dr. Thomas Wharton. 



326 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



mXlnU al KriilKusIj. 





Arms. — Ari^cnl, thiec cocks' heads erased sable, combed and 
wallled Joules, a mullet for diJlercncc. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 ^^^ '666. 



327 



WHITE OF REDHEUGH. 



Thomas White of Red-=p dau. of 

heughe, in the bishopk. I Coigners of ISIarske, co. 
I York. 



Wilham White of Red- 
heughe. 



^Margaret, dau. of John 
Whitfield of Wiiitfield. 



I — ; 

Anthony White, 

William, 2nd son, 
both ob. s.p. 



-ri 



Matthew Wl;ite==^Aune, dau. of John Jane, wife of Chiisto 
of Redheughe, I LambtonofLamb- pher Hiekson. 
3rd son, a° 1575. j ton, in the bishop- 
rick. 



Isabel, wife of Riclu.rd 
Wheatley of New- 
castle merchant. 



Robert White,= 
son 6c heir, aged 
21, a" 1575, of 
Redheugh, livg. 
'615. 



^rslabel, dau. of 
Richard Read 
of the Close 
House. 



James. 
Matthew. 
George. 
Roger. 



6. Nicholas. 

7. Anthony. 
«. Nathaniel. 



Anne. 

Margaret. 

Catherine. 



Robert White, sonne and heire, Matthew, 2nd sonne. 

X't. 23, 1615. 

Verefid by the sitbsa-ipcon of Mathewe White afore- 
sayd, at A'rivcastie, on Thursday, i Sept., 1575. 

Mathkw White. 



328 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



Mtllunson of Harp^rkg. 




^.\k^i<5.— Az., a fcbs ciminois between llnee unicoiiib passant arjj. 

CKiiST. — Uiit of a mural crown {^u., a denii-unieorn erasetl ermi- 
nois. This cole and ira! ims luiijirnial l<y Richard 
St. Gicr^c in the tyinc of his Visit. Uioii, 1 615. 



RECORX)ED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 329 



WILKINSON OF HARPERLEY. 



William Wilkinson of PlarpU y^Jane, dau. of Robert Hall of 
House, in the bishopricke. I Stanley and Greencroft. 



Lancelott Wilkinson of Harp-=f=Catlierine, dan. of Thomas I.eigh of 
ley, son and heir. I Fenhall, in the bishopricke. 



Lawrence Wilkinson of Harpley and=j=Dorothy, dau. and coheire of Ralph 



Ferry Hill, in the bishopricl 
living 1^115. 



Emerson of Westgate Castle, in 
Warden. 






John Wilkin-=pElizabcth, 2. Xic'.olas. Margaret. Catherine, wife of 

son.sonneand I dau. of W'il- 3. William. George Taylor of 

heire, a;t. 2'>, Ham Boxe of Consaraw. 

Ibl5. I O.xenhalUield. 

u ^ _ , 

I. ]Mary. 2. Elizabeth. 



330 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



iUiamaon of ^t, ^itlm ^utklaittr. 




Arms. — Arg., on a chevron enyrailcd a/-uie, three creticonts or. 
between as many trefoils slipped sa. (a martlet for 
iliflerence). 



RECORDED 1575, 16X5 AND 1666. 331 



WILLIAMSON OF ST. HELEN AUCKLAND. 



Thomas Williamson of St.- 
Ellen Awkland. 



Ralph Williamson. ^Dorothy, dau. and coheire 
of Ralph Bulmer, Knight. 



William Williamson of^Elizabcth, dau. of Thomas Wilsc 



St. Ellen Ankland, in 
the bi>hopiicke, 1615 



of Marton-in-the-^Moore, in co 
York. 



2. Thomas. 3. George. William, sonne and Doioth 

leire, X't. 10, 1615. 



332 DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



«iIson of IttJttkg. 




Arms. — Sa. a wolf salitnt or, in chief three esUnles of ihe last. 
Crest.— (Not proved)— A demi-wolf baUenl or. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND lf366. 



333 



WILSON OF LUMLEY. 



John Wilson of Branspeth,: 
in CO. pal. Durham, secre- 
tary to the last Nevill, Earl 
of Westmoreland. 



:Joane, dau. and 
heire unto Thomas 
Hodshon. 



Ralph AVilson of Field House, 
near Gatesidc, in co. pal. Dur- 
ham. 



=Maiy, d.ui. of . . . . 
Jackson, 2nd wife. 



I 

2. John Wilson, rcsidi- 
at Lumlcy Castle, died 
1652. 



:Anna, dau. to John Doch- 
ant of Riclcleton, in co. pal. 
Durham, ist wife. 



Addelinn, I'lances, dau. of William^ 

a daui^'hler. Lumley of Lumley, a 

younger branch of the 

Lord Lumley's family, 

1st wife. I 



=Raphe Wilson, no\v= 
residinj:; at I^undey 
Castle, aj;ed 36, 20 
Aug., 1 066. 



Elizabeth, died in her childhood. 



I. William Wilson 
of I^umley Parke, 
now living, 1G66. 



^Ehzabeth, dau. of 
Sir Thomas Rid- 
dellof Fenham, co. 
pal. Durham, 2nd 
wife. 



3. Philip, 
aged 4 
months. 



2. William, 
aged 2 years. 



I. John Wilson, 
aged 6 years, 2t 
Aug., 1666. 



— I — I — I 

1. Mary. 

2. Barbara. 

3. Margaret. 



Certified by Raphe Wilson. 



334 



DURHAM VISITATION PKDIGRF.KS 



Mortltg of Ian0te. 




Arms. — Arg., on a bend gu., three bezants between six martlets 
of the second, a crescent for difl'crencc. 

Crest. — Out of an eagle's jamb ermine, three ostrich feathers 
argent. 



RECORDED 1575, 1615 AND 1666. 335 



WORTLEY OF LANGLEY. 



Francis Wortley of Wortley,=T= 
in CO. York, Esq. 



Jolin Wortley of Langley, in=j=Bridgett, dau. of Edwaid 
the parish of Brancepeth, in 1 Lynsey of Selby, in co. 
CO. pal., 2iul Sonne, living | Norfolk. 



Mary, dau. and sole hcire, wife to Francis 
Bunny, sonne and heire to Francis Bunny, one 
of the prebends. 

John Wortley. 



336 DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



Mrmn^ of IBiUjbalL 




Arms. — Argent, on a chevron sable, between three lions' heads 
erased purpure (also of the and), as many wrens of the 
field; on a chief gules three cross-crosslets or: a crescent 
for difference ; per Wm. F/otuer A^otroy, a^ I57S' 

Crest.— A lion's head erased arg. collared gu., pierced with a 
broken spear j^pr. headed argt., Visitation 1666, 



RECORDED I575, 1615 AND 1666. 



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338 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



Mrigbt of litrliam. 




Arms. — F.rminc, a fcss counter compony aij^. and az., between 
three <(iiHin'.s heads erased, of the third. 

Crest. — A f^'riilin's head erased, crniinois, ducally-crowncd az., 
\(j(A>. 'J'/i/s coat was conftriiied by A'ichard St. George, 
A'orroy A'iiigc of Ar/iies in the tyine of his Visitation, 
1615. 



RECORDED I575, 1615 AND 1666. 



339 



WRIGHT OF DURHAM. 



.... Wright, who came of the=T= 
Wrights of I'lowlands. I 



Thomas Wright= 
of the Cittie of 
Chester, Sheriff, 
1st Sonne. 

Richard Wright of Chester, =^ 
Slicriffe. I 

r r— ^ 

John. Daniel. 



John Wright of= 
the Cittie of 
Duresme. 



- . . . . dau. of . . . . 
Wall of Dur- 
esme. 



Wilham Wriyht, 
Sonne and heire. 



^Margaret, dau. of John 
Sophlcy of Duresme, 
2nd wife. 



r- 



Hilda, dau. of Sir=j=Hugh Wright, = 
Henry (Jholinlcy | now Maior of 
of Whitby, Knt., | Duresme (1615), 
CO. York, 2nd wife, dyed 1632. 



I. Hugh, a 
barrister of 
Lincoln's 
Inn. 



Thos. Wright- 
of Windles- 
ton, a;t. 26, 
ann. 4 Sept., 
1666. 



: Thomasine, 
dau. of An- 
thony Theo- 
bald of Rush- 
all Hall, Esq., 
1st wife. 



— — 1 
Richard^ 
Wright, 
2nd son. 



A 



=Margci'y, dau. 
of John Gray, 
Esq. 



2. Chol- 
moley. 

Hilda. 



Tobye, sonne= 
and heire, a;t. 
13, 1615, of 
Windleston, 
CO. pal. Dur- 
ham, died in 
his father's 
lifetime, a° 
1047. 



=Mary, dau. of 
Chas. Elstob 
of Foxton, in 
CO. pal. Dur- 
ham. 



I. Hilda. 



=Elizabeth, 
dau. of 
Thomas 
Talbot of 
Thornton- 
in-le-Street 
CO. York, 
Esq. 



2. Thoma- 
sine, wife of 
Robert Bates 
of the city of 
Durham, 
merchant. 



, Frances, wife of 
John " Stemson " 
of Durham, Esq. 

, Joane, wife of 
Rich. Richardson 
of Bishop Auck- 
land, in CO. pal. 
Durham. 

. Margaret, wife of 
Moses Skepper of 
the City of Dur- 
ham. 



Certified by Thomas Wright, 1666. 



Hugh AVrighte, 16 15. 



340 



DURHAM VISITATION PEDIGREES 



Mnilifff of Mtxion. 



%5^ 




Arms. — Arp., on a a chevron sa. three buck's heads cabossed 
of tlie first, between three cross crosslets of the second, 
a nudlct fnr diflbrcnce. 



RECORDED I575, 1615 AND 1666. 



341 



WYCLIFFE OF OFFERTON. 
Henry Wycliffe of^pElizabeth, dau. of 



Offerton, in co. 
pal. 



Millot of 
Maland. 



John Wycliffe of-pElizabeth, dau. of Thomas 
Offerton. I Whitehead of Monkwearmouth. 



William Wycliffe of Offerton,=pIsabel, dau. of Percival Gun- 



living 1615. 



Henry, sonne and 
heire, aet. 11, 1615. 



ston of Cockermouth, in Cum- 
berland. 



T—\ 

1. Mary. 

2. Elizabeth. 



1 — I 

3. Alice. 

4. Frances. 



William Wicliffe. 



( 342 ) 



Norroys War7^ant : 1 6 1 5 . 

*' To Robert Maltby, Bailiff of the Ward of Chester. These are 
to require you, and in the King's Majesty's Name, to charge and 
command you forwith upon sight hereof, to warn those Knights, 
Esquires, and Gentlemen, whose names are underwritten, and all 
the rest within your Ward, as well those that assume the titles as 
others, personally to appear before me, Richard St. George, Norroy 
King of Arms, on Thursday, being the twenty-fourth day of August 
next, at Widow Hudspithe's, in Clapitt Street, within the city of 
Duresme, (where I intend to sit, for the registring of the Knights, 
Esquires, and Gentlemen within your Ward) and that they bring 
with them such Arms and Crests as they now use and bear, with 
their Pedigrees and Descents, and such of their evidences and 
ancient writings, as if need require, may justify the same ; that I 
knowing how they use and challenge those titles and bear their 
arms, may make entrance of the same accordingly. But if I shall 
not hear from them upon this notice by you given, then these 
contempts will force me to proceed as my commission appointeth 
in such cases, not only to adjourn those that be Gentlemen to 
answer the same, before the Lords and Commissioners for the office 
of Earl Marshal of England, on a day prefixed, but also to disclaim 
and make infamous by proclamation all such as shall refuse to make 
proof of their Gentry, having usurped the title thereof without just 
authority and just calling. Of all these things charge them not to 
fail, as they will avoid the further peril and trouble that may ensue. 
Dated at Duresme, this fourteenth day of August, one thousand six 
hundred and fifteen. 

My honourable good friends and neighbours, this is a service 
which concerncth your honours and arms, and the good of your 
posterity, and fur the continuance and recording of your Gentrys 
and Pedigrees, a thing usual and accustomed heretofore, fit to be 
preserved from decay, which is incident to things of this nature. 



( 343 ) 
We therefore wish you to attend, according to the effect of this 
warrant, and there you will see His Majesty's letters patent, 
authorizing this his survey. 

WILLIAM, DURESME. 

RICHARD HUTTON, Chancellor of Duresme, and 

Serjeant at Law. 
RICHARD ST. GEORGE, Norroy Kinge at Arms." 



Persons Disclaimed, 1615. 

"Friday, T6th Sep. 1615. The King's most excellent Majestie 
being desirous that the Nobilitie and Gentrie of this Realm should 
be preserved in everie degree, as well in honour as in worship, and 
that everie person and persons, bodies politique and corporate, and 
others, should be knowne in his estate, degree, and misteries, with- 
out confusion and discorde, hath authorized me, Richard St. 
George, Norroye Kinge of Armes of the Northe Partes of the 
Realm of England, from the river of Trent northwards, not only to 
visit all the sayd provence, to preserve, take knowledge, survey, 
and vewe all manner of arms, cognisances, creasts, and other 
like devices, with the notes of the descents, pedegrees, and mariages 
of all the Nobles and Gentrie therein throughout conteined, but also 
to reprouve, controul, and make infamous by proclamation, all such 
as unlawfully and without just authority, vocation, and due calling, 
doe or have done, or shall usurp and take upon him or them anie 
name or title of honor or dignitie, as Esquere, Gent, or others, as 
by His Highnes' gracious comission, under the Great Seal of 
England, more plainly may appear. Know ye therefore, that I, the 
said Richard St. George, Norroye, for the accomplishment of His 
Majestie's desire and furtherance of His Highnes' service that way, 
at this present makinge survey within the county of Duresme, found 
these persons, whose names are underwritten, presumptuously and 
v/ithout any good ground or authoritie to have usurped the names 
and titles of Gentlemen, contrarie to all right and to the antient 

2 A 2 



( 344 ) 

customes of this land and the usage of the law of armes, which 
name and title they are from henceforth no more to use nor take 
upon them, upon such further pains and penalties as by the Earl 
Marshall of England, or His Majestie's most honourable Com- 
missioners for the executing of the office of Earl Marshall of 
England, shall be inflicted and layd upon them, whereof I thought 
good hereby to advertise all other His Majestie's good and loving 
subjects, and of all such parsone as were disclaimed in the tyme of 
the visitation, 1615." Harleian MSS. No. 5844, 



l\\ 3£asin3ton Martf. 

Robert Twedele, of Hesleden 
John Watson, of Sheraton 

^tocfetoit Wiox^. 

Nicholas Dodson, of Strenton 
Christopher Storey, of Astley 
Thomas Lambert, of Stockton 
John Bucke, of Sadbury 
William Shawe, of Chrislington 
Robert Johnson, of Seaton Caroe 
William Watson, of Whitton 
Robert Ferroe, of Fishborne 
Robert Parrate, of Hartlepele 
John Shawe, of Whitton 

Thomas Smyth, of Waldridge 
Richard Clarke, of Chester 
George Ferkinsone, of Haghouse 
Robert Stott, of Hedworthe 
John Stephensone, of Bycrsyde 
William Newton, of Bradley 
Nicholas Cole, of Gatesyde 
Thomas Cole, of the same 



©arttttoiic 3Eagtc antr OTcgt 
OTavtJc. 

Thomas Dobbisone, of Woodi- 

fielde 
Bryan Emerson, of Estyeate 
Thomas Hull, of Stockeley 
John Dowthwayte, of West 

Holme 
George Brabant, of Pedgbancke 
William Manckes, of Rackwood- 

hill 
Henry Bayles (or Baytes), of 

Newton Cappe 
William Garth, of Hedlame 
George Watson, of Somer House 
John Turner, of Consley 
Christopher Banes, of Schola- 

cliffe 
Thomas Emersone, of Darnton 
John Oswald, of the same 
Bryan Belte, of East Combe 
Robert Warde, of Darnton 
Francis Forster, of the same 



INDEX OF PEDIGREES AND MATCHES, 



Pedigrees are in capitals, minor pedigrees in small capitals. An asterisk denotes that issue 

of the match is given. 



PAGE 

Abbots, Philip-Grace Hutton 179 

Addison, Elizabeth-James Garnett ... 133 

Alderson, Elizabeth-John Trolloppe ... 307 

,, Robert-Elizabeth Frevile ... 127 

Allanson, Mary- Robert Playse 258 

,, Phillis-Philip Sanderson ... 279 

Allgood, Elizabeth-Thomas Shaftoe ... 287 
Alston, Raphe-Mar>' Garnett ... ... 133 

Alwyn, Catherine-Lancelot Hilton ... 171 

Anderson, -George Selby ... ... 283 

,, Anne-Henry Bowes ... ... 41 

,, Barbara-Nicholas Crosier ... 93 

,, Barbara-William Riddell ... 271 

,, Henry-Eleanor Lambton ... 207 

,, Isabell-Thomas Calverley ... 63 

,, Isabell-Thomas Liddell ... 213 

,, Richard-Isabell Claxton ... 73 

,, Roger-Jane Bovver ... ... 33 

Andertone, Thurston-Anne Fulthorpe ... 129 
Appleby, FVancis- Margaret Salveyn ... 275 
Appleyard, Jane-Ralphe Fetherstonhaugh 119 
,, ^Richard-Anne Bunny ... 55 

Asbridge, Jane-Thomas Wharton... ... 325 

Ashton, Elizabeth-John Clopton 77 

Aske, -John Ward 319 

,, Elizabeth-Richard Bowes 38 

ASMALL, OF AMEKSTON i 

Atherton, George-Ferdinanda Eden ... in 

Athye, Christopher-Elizabeth Tempest ... 299 

,, Christopher-Margaret Hutton ... 183 

,, Margery-John Richardson ... 269 

Atkinson Barbara-Thomas Chamber ... 67 

,, Catherine- Robert Frevile .. 127 

,, Elizabeth-George Crosyer ... 93 

„ Isabell-William James 187 

,, Mary-Michael Calverley ... 265 

„ Mary-Oliver Orde 249 

Aton, Elizabeth-Wm. Heighington ... 163 
Aubone, William-Catherine Sanderson ... 279 

Awdewood, -John Forser 123 

,, Margaret-Nicholas Crosyer 93 

Ayre, Anne-George Midleton 239 

Ayreson, John-Margaret Forster 125 

Ayscough, -Robert Tunstall 313 

„ Christopher-Martha Bracken- 
bury .. 45 

„ Faith-Edward Madysonne ... 221 

,, James-Dorothy Kennet ... 197 

Baker, Frances-William ^Iidford 245 

Baliol, -John Trayner 37 

Bamforth, INIargery-Robert Coniers ... 85 
Banaster, Alice-Sir Thos. Haggerston ... 141 



PAGE 

Banaster, Henry-Alice Cuerden ... ... 141 

Bankes, Walter-Elizabeth Lambton ... 207 
,, William-jane Garth ... ... 135 

Barbon, Elizabeth-Alexander Blackett ... 17 

Barker, Eleanor-Thomas Sanderson ... 277 

,, Elizabeth-Henry Maddison ... 222 

,, George-Elizabeth Martin ... 233 

Barnaby, Jane-William Jenison ... ... 189 

Barnard, Mar^ -Clem. Colmore ... ... 79 

BARNES, OF BEDBORNE 3 

,, Jane-John Warde ... ... 317 

,, Jane-Robert Place 258 

,, John-Alice Lambton 207 

Bate, Elizabeth-John Garth ... ... 135 

Bates, Robert-Thomasine Wright... ... 339 

*Ba.\ter, William-Margaret Watson ... 321 
Bayles, Anne-William Richardson ... 269 

Bavley, Grace-Roger Boothe ... ... 31 

BAVNBRIGG, OF WHETELEY HILL 7 

BAYNBRIGG, OF FREER HOUSE 9 

BAYNBRIGG, OF SNOTTERTON ... 5 

Baynbrigg, Elizabeth-John Middleton ... 241 

,, Francis-Margery Blakiston ... 19 

,, George-Elizabeth Bowes ... 38 

„ Hester- Philip Bainbrigg.e ... 7 

,, Jane-William Scurfield ... 281 

,, Joane-William Bainbrigge ... 9 

,, John-Frances Robson ... 273 

BECKWITH, OF NUTWITHCOAT... 11 

Beckwith, Christopher-Catherine Tunstall 313 

Bednell, -Henry Haggerstone ... 141 

,, Catherine-William Lawson ... 209 
Bee, Anne-Robert Eden ... ... ... in 

,, Jane-Clement Colmore 79 

,, Robert-Elizabeth Claxton ... ... 75 

Bell, Anne-Edward Thirkeld 301 

BELLASIS, OF MORTON 13 

Bellasis, Jane-John Hedworthe ... ... 161 

,, Margaret-Sir Thos. Davison ... 95 
„ Mary-William Blakiston.. ... 19 

,, Mary-Jerrard .Salveyn 275 

,, Timothea- Raphe Davison ... 95 

,, William-Timothea Davison ... 95 
,, William-Marearet Selby... ... 283 

Bellingham, Frances-William Cheytor ... 69 

Belt, Brian-Bridget Barnes 3 

Benson, Richard- Margaret Brackenbury 45 

Best, Jane-John Brabant ... 43 

Bigod, Anne-Sir William Conyers ... 83 

Bigott, Dorothy-Roger Ratcliffe 267 

BILLINGHAM, OF CROOK HALL .. 15 
Billingham, -William Blakiston ... 25 



346 



INDEX OF PEDIGREES AND MATCHES. 



PAGE 

Billingham, Eleanor-Ralph Claxton ... 73 
„ John-Alice Cla.xton ... ... 73 

,, Margery-William Shaftoe ... 285 

Billingsley, Blanche- Frances James ... 1S7 

,, William-Blanche Gunter ... 187 

Binion, Alicia-John Hilton .. ... ... 169 

Birch, Elizabeth-Thomas Jenison 189 

Birke, Isabella-Robert Beckwith 11 

Birkbeck, Eleanor-Henrj' Draper... ... 107 

Birkhead, Catherine-Thomas Lambton... 207 

Birtley, Isabell de-Robert Hall 145 

Blackburn, -Isabell Stubbs 145 

•„ Anne-George Crosier . ... 93 

BLACKETT, OF WOODCROFTE ... 17 

Blackett, -Thomas Forser ... ... 123 

,, -Elianor Maddison ... ... 221 

„ Marmaduke-Anne Crosier ... 93 

BLAKISTON, OF BLAKISTON ... 19 

BLAKISTON, OF GIBSIDE 21 

BLAKISTON, OF SADBERY AND 

SEATON 23 

BLAKISTON, OFTHORNTON HALL 25 

Blakiston, Anne-Christopher Hall ... 149 

,, Ann-Topp Heath ... ... 157 

,, Ann-Jerrard Salvin ... ... 275 

,, Deborah-John Machon ... 219 

,, Dorothy-Pe.xhall Forster ... 125 

,, Dorothy-John Heath 157 

,, Elizabeth-George Tonga ... 305 

,, Elizabeth-John TroUope ... 307 

,, Frances-John Cosyn ... ... 91 

,, Henry-Alary Tonge 305 

,, Hunifrey-Margaret Hebborne 159 

,, John-Elizabeth Bowes... ... 38 

,, John-Phoebe Johnston ... 193 

,, John-Eleanor Shaftoe 287 

,, Margaret-Cuthbert Midleton... 241 

,, Margaret-John Trollops ... 307 

,, Margery-Francis Bainbrigg ... 7 

,, Mary-Christopher Fulthorpe... 131 

,, Mary-William Kennet ... 197 

,, Ralph-Mary Halliman 151 

., Ralph-Frances Wrenne ... 338 

,, T homas-F.lizabeth Playse ... 257 

,, ^\'ilham-Ann Conyers ... ... 203 

,, William-Jane Lambton ... 207 

Bland, Catherine-Alan P'ulthorpe 129 

BLENKINSOP, OF BVRTLEY ... 27 

Blenkin.sop, Barbara- Robert Ward ... 319 

,, Ralphe Barbara Shaftoe ... 285 

Blincoe, Mary-Lodovick Hali ... ... 149 

Blundell, Joan-Ralphe Madi'-on 221 

,, William-.\nne Haggerston ... 141 
Blythman, Richard-Catherine Burdon ... 309 

,, Williarn -Rowe 259 

Bolt, Ellen-John James 1S7 

,, William -Venables 187 

Bonner, William-Abigail Johnston ... 193 

BOOTH, OF OLD DURHAM ... 31 

BOOTH, OF SILKSWORTH 29 

Booth... 131 

Booth, Anne-Thomas Fulthorpe ... ... 131 

,, Anne-I.yonell Ma<ldi>oi) ... ... 222 

,, Anne-John Swynburne ... ■ ... 297 
,, Margaret Robert Hecklington ... 29 
,, Matilda-kalph Earl of Westmorland 248 
„ Richard-Barbara Blakiston ... 19 

,, Thomasine-Edward l?lakiston ... 19 
Boswell, Katherine-Edward Maddison ... 221 
Bourchier, Elizaheth-Gill)ert Marshall ... 231 

BOWER, OF OXENFIELD 33 

BOWES, OF STRK.ATLAM 39 

IJOWKS, OF STREATI.AM, BARNES 
AND BIDDICK 37 



PAGE 

BOWES, OF THORNTON 41 

Bowes, Anne-Thomas Hilton 169 

„ Catherine-Sir Wm. Eure 115 

,, Cath. -Christopher Hulton ... 179 

,, Eiizabeth-Geo. Hainbrigge ... 5 

,, Elizabeth-John Blakiston .. ... 19 
,, Elizabeth-William Tonge .. ... 305 

,, Jane-Henry Dethicke 101 

,, Margaret-John Jenison ... ... 189 

,, Margaret-Thomas Midleton ... 241 
,, Sir Ralph-Elizabeth Clifford ... 303 

,, Robert-Joane Hutton 179 

Bo.xe, Elizabeth-John Wilkinson ... .. 329 

Boyle, Mary-George Trotter ... ... 131 

Boynton, Francis-Dorothy Plajxe ... 258 

BRABANT, OF PEDGBANK... ... 43 

Brabant, Margaret-Richard Heighington 163 
,, Mary- William Watson . . .. 321 

BRACKENBUkY, OF SELLABY ... 45 

Brackenbury, -Henry Baynbrig ... 9 

,, Agnes-Gilbert Marshall ... 231 
,, Anne-Christopher Hutton... 183 
,, Anne-Robert Tunstall ... 313 
„ Cuthbert-Anne Tempest ... 299 
,, John-Margaret Bracken- 
bury 4S 

,, Maude- Sir John Cla.xton... 75 

BRANDLING, OF FELLING ... 47 

Brandling, -Sir Walter Selby ... 283 

,, Dorothy- Peter Riddell ... 271 

,, John-Dorothy Paslew 271 

,, Robert-Mary Hilton i6g 

,, Robert-Anne Pkayse , 257 

Bray, Magdalen-George Bowes 38 

Brereton, Eleanor-Anthony Brackenbury 45 

Brickraore, -Samuel Warde ... ... 317 

Brickwell, Jane-William Bower 33 

Briggs, Anne-William Blakiston 19 

BRISTOW, OF GREAT LUMLEY... 49 

Bristow, Margaret-Walter Selby 283 

Broughe, Catherine-.AIan Fulthorpe ... 129 
BROWN, OF HARDWICKE PRIORS, 

CO. WARWICK ... 51 

Brown, Elizabeth-Christopher Hutchinson 177 
,, John-Jane Hutchinson ... ... 177 

Buck, -Richard Garth ... ... ... 13s 

,, John-Margery Playse ... ... 258 

,, Margery-John Blakiston 23 

Bull, Mary-Michael Ewbanke 117 

BULMER, OF TURSDALE 53 

Bulmer, Sir Bertram-Isabel Tempest ... 299 
,, Dorothy-Raphe Williamson ... 331 

,, Jane-William Wrenne 165 

,, Maryaret-.Martyn Halliman ... 151 

,, Rali)h-Elizabeth Bowes 37 

,, Sir Ralph-Anne Tempest ... 299 

,, Thomas-Meriel Cooper ... ... 89 

,, *Wiliiam-Elizabeth Khneden ... 73 

BUNNY, OF RYTON 55 

Bunny, Dorothy-Thomas Heath 157 

, Francis-Mary Wortley ... ... 33s 

Burdet, Arnold-Catherine Kennet ... 197 

BUKDON, OF HkLMEDON ... ... ... 309 

Burnell, John-Margaret Heath 157 

Burton, -Charles Chamber 67 

,, Sir Thomas-Elizabeth Hutton ... 91 
,, Elizabeth-.Samucl Davison ... 91 

Burwell, Anna-Tohn Heath 157 

BURWELL, Chancellor of Dur- 
ham 57 

Butchard, Lyonnell-Ellen Asmall i 

BUTLER, oi- lilSHOPE AUCKLAND 59 

Butler, Margaret-William Haggerston ... 141 

,, Thomas-Mary Clavering 71 



INDEX OF PEDIGREES AND MATCHES. 



347 



Butler, William-Elizabelh INIidford ... 245 

Buttam, John-Anne Heath... ... ... 157 

BYERLEY, OE MIDRIDGE 

GRANGE 61 

Byerley, Clare-Cuthbert Carre ... ... 65 

„ Margaret-Robert Marche ... 229 

,, Robert-Elizabeth Frevile ... 127 

,, Elizabeth-Godfrey Frevil« ... 127 

BjTon, John-Margery Boothe ... ... 31 

Byrtfield, Sibella-William Punshon ... 265 

Caldwell, Margaret-Richard James ... 187 

Calfhill, Anne-Reginald Kennet ... ... 197 

CALVERLEY, OF LITTLEBURN ... 63 

Calverley, Barbara-Sir Thomas Riddell. , 95 

,, Isabell-Cleaient Fulthorpe ... 131 

,, Sir John-Elizabeth Frevile ... 127 

,, Mary-Will. Punshon 265 

,, Michael-Mary Atkinson ... 265 

,, Raphe-Barbara Davison ... 95 

Cambell, Sarah-Sir Richard Tempest ... 299 

Camaby, -Henry Bowes ... ... 38 

,, Mabel-George Lawson... ... 209 

Carew. ^^i" Carrow or Karrow ... ... 203 

,, Lord-Joyce Clopton ... ... 77 

CARR, OF ST. HELEN AUCK- 
LAND 65 

Carr, of Westowe, -Rowe ... ... 259 

-John Dudley ... ... ... Kjg 

Agnes-Anthony Hutton ... ... 183 

Barbara-William Hebborne... ... 159 

Barbara-William Jenison ... ... 189 

Cuthbert-Clare Byerley ... ... 61 

Elizabeth-Williara Bower ... ... 33 

Eufania-John Hall ... ... ... 147 

Margaret-John Forcer 123 

Thomas-Jane Millet ... ... ... 243 

William-Mary Kennet ... ... 197 

Carrowe 203 

Cartington, John-Joan Claxton ... 73, 75 

Carus, Thomas-Anne Preston ... ... 263 

Case, Margaret-John Machell ... ... 217 

Caterick, -Margaret Jenison ... ... 189 

„ Anthony-Elizabeth Tempest ... 299 

,, Grace-Robert Lambert... ... 201 

CHAMBER, OF CLEADON 67 

Chamberlayne, Mary-Ralphe Gifford ... 137 

,, Thomas-Johanna Wildey 187 

Chapman, Anne-Thomas Burwell 57 

Charleton, Joan-William de Frevile ... 127 

CHAYTOR, OF BUTTERBY 69 

Chaytor, Elizabeth-Nicholas Fairfajc ... 95 

,, Ellen-Henry Sanderson ... 277 

,, Jerotiima-Thos. Swinburne ... 297 

„ John- Elizabeth Davison ... 95 

,, Thomas-Jane Tempest ... ... 299 

Chilton, Thomas-Grace Punshon . . ... 265 

,, Thomas, jun., -Isabel Punshon ... 265 

Cholmley, Hilda-Hugh Wright 339 

,, James-Adeline Brabant ... 43 

,, Margaret-Thomas Meinill ... 81 

ClarkC; -John Lucas 51 

,, Gilbert-Jane Byerley 6i 

,, Godfrey-Elizabeth Byerley ... 127 
CLAVERING, OF AXWELL .. ..71 

Clavering, Allan-Isabella Riddell ... 271 

,, Grace-Roger Liddell 213 

,, Sir John-Anne Riddell ... 271 

CLAXTON, OF OLD PARK 75 

CLAXTON, OF WYNYARD 73 

Claxton, -Margaret Lilburne... ... 215 

„ -Sir William Blakiston ... 19 

,, Alice-John Eillingliam ... ... 15 

,, Anne-Wm. Hagthorpe ... ... 143 

,, Ann-William Jenison ... ... 1G9 



Cla.xton, Eleanor-Thomas Riddell 
„ Elizabeth-Richard Coniers 
,, Isabella-Ralph Billingham 
,, Jane-John Hedworthe ... 
,, Sir John-Mary Wrenne ... 
,, Ralph-Elizabeth Hebborne 
„ Ralph-Sibylla Conyers ... 
,, Robert-Alice Lambton ... 

,, William-Margery Lambert 

Clervaulx, -Henry Bov/es ... 

,, -Thomas Bowes ... 

„ Elizabeth-Christopher Cheytor 

„ Elizabeth-Percival Lambton 

,, Isabella-William Conyers 

,, Elizabeth-Ralph Bowes 

,, Elizabeth-Sir Ralph Bowes 

Clifton, -William Bowes 

Cloker, Margaret-John Heath 
CLOPTON, OF SLEDWISH ... 

Clopton, -Jane Bowes 

,, Anne-William Clopton ... 
,, Joyce-Lord Carew 
Coates, Isabella-Anthony Ward ... 
Cocke, Anne-Sir Alex. Davison ... 
,, Jane-Thomas Maddison ... 
Cockerell, Henry-Margaret Jenison 
Cockson, Jenp.ett-Ralphe Surteis ... 

Collingwood, - ... Hagerston 

,, -Ursula Forcer... 

,, Cuthbert-Dorothy Bowes 

,, Isabel- John Conyers 

COLMORE, OF DURHAM ... 
Colmere, Mary-Christopher Fulthorpe 
,, Mary Lancelot Hilton ... 
,, Thomas-Eleanor Fulthorpe 
Compton, William-Clemence Penn 
COMYN, OF DURHAM 
Concett, Frances-Timothy Draper 
Conisby, Jane-Sir Christopher Hilltard 



Constable, Joane-Sir Christopher Hiliiard 167 
,, Catherine- Ralph Hed«'orthe... 161 
,, INIary-Christopher Place ... 258 
,, William-Joan Fulthorpe ... 31 

CONYERS, OF HORDEN 

CONYERS, OF SOCKBURNE AND 
LAYTON 83 

CONYERS, OF WOOLEY 87 

Conyers, - ... Kendall 195 

„ -Richard Beckwith .. 

,, -Christopher Midford ... 24s 

,, -Thomas White ... ... 321 

,, Anne-Wm. Blakiston ... ... 19 

,, Ann-Richard Lord Lumley ... 216 
„ Catherine-Sir Wm. Kennet ... 197 
,, Eleanor'-Thomns Maire ... 227 

,, Elizabeth-Christopher Conyers 85 
„ Elizabeth-George Playse 
,, Elizabeth-Thomas Riddell ... 271 
„ Frances-George Dodsworth ... 103 

,, Jane-Robert Bowes 37 

,, John-Agnes Bowes 38 

,, John-Alice Fulthorpe ... ... 129 

,, Margaret-Ralph Bowes ... 37 

,, Margery-Rowland Playse ... 257 
,, Nicholas-Margaret Lambton ... 127 
,, Richard-Catherine Bowes ... 37 
,, Richard-Elizabeth Claxton 73, 75 

,, Robert-Anne Conyers 83 

,, Simon-Elizabeth Fulthorpe ... 129 
,, Sybilla-Ralph Claxton ... 73 

COOPER, OF DURHAM 

Cooke, Anne-Robert Dudley 109 

,, Christopher-Elizabeth Gill ... 139 

Cooper, Muriell-John Hutton iHi 



£5 
IS 
161 

338 

203 
20s 

201 
37 
37 
69 

205 

203 
38 

305 
37 

157 
77 
39 
77 
77 

319 
95 

222 

189 

29s 
141 

123 
38 
83 
79 
131 
171 

13* 

51 
81 
107 
16,7 



348 



INDEX OF PEDIGREES AND MATCHES. 



PAGE 

Copperthwayt, Christopher - Elizabeth 

Blakiston 19 

Corney, Cuthbert-Susan Lee 211 

Corte, -Robert jNIorgnn ... ... 247 

Cosen?, Elizabeth-Samuel Davison ... 95 
COSIN, LORD BISHOP OF DUR- 
HAM 91 

Cowdray, Margaret - Christopher Whar- 
ton ... 323 

Cowper, -Elizabeth Hutton ... ... 179 

Crackenthorpe, of Hoi.gill West- 
moreland ... ... ... ... 241 

Crackenthorpe, Cecilia-Ambrose Middle- 
ton _. 241 

,, Frances-Hen. Middleton 241 

Cradock, Dorothy-Lancelot Hilton ... 171 

,, John-Dorothy Wright ... ... 171 

Crathorne, Elizabeth-Thomas Fulthorpe 129 

Crawthome, -Edward Perkinson ... 253 

Craythorne, Matthew-Margery Hutton... 183 

Cresswell, -Elizabeth Lumley ... 216 

„ Oswin-Dorothy Hedworthe ... 161 

Cromwell, Joan-Ale.xander Frevile ... 127 

„ Raphe-Joan Frevile ... ... 127 

CROSYER, OF NEWBIGGINGE ... 93 
Cuerden, Alice-Henry Banastre ... ... 141 

Curson, Anne-WiUiam Frevile ... ... 127 

Curwen, Alice- William Tonge ... ... 305 

„ Jane-Sir William Lambton ... 207 
Dacre, Jane-William Bowes ... ... 37 

Dacres, Lord-Philippa Nevill 248 

Dalden, Maude de-William Bowes ... 37 

Dale, Alison-Adam Blakiston 23 

*Dalton 183 

,, Thomas-Mary Maddison 221 

Danby, Jane-John Conyers 83 

,, -Jane Oglethorpe ... ... 83 

Danet, Dorothy-John Gifford ... ... 137 

Darcy, Frances-Sir Henry Vane ... ... 315 

,, Jane (or Eleanor)- Wm. Claxton .. 73 
,, Margaret-John Coigniers... ... 85 

Darrell, Elizabeth-Thomas Lawson ... 209 
Davenport, Mary-Myles Dawson... ... 97 

DAVISON, OF BLAKE ST ON, 
THORN LEY, AND WINGATE 

GRANGE 95 

Davison, Margaret-Henry Lambton ... 207 
,, Samuel-Elizabeth Burton ... 91 
,, Sir Thomas-Elizabeth Lambton 207 

Davj'es, -Deborah Maddison... ... 222 

Dawes, Elizabeth-Alexander Davison ... 95 

D.-VWSON, OF UNTHANKE 97 

Dayvill, BMizabeth-John Bowes ... ... 39 

Deane, Richard-Elizal)eth Baynbrig ... 9 
DEARHAM, (JF BRIMELAWE ... 99 
Delaval, Sir John-.A.nne Hilton ... ... 39 

,, John-Elizabeth Selby 283 

,, Margarct-.Sir Fran.is Bowes ... 41 
,, Sir Raphe-Jane Hilton ... ... 169 

Dent, George- DoroUiy Blakiston... ... 19 

,, John-.Mary Brackenbury ... ... 45 

,, William-Anne Forster ... ... 125 

Demon, .\gnes-Nicholas P.rackenbury 45, 51 
DETHICk, OF A.MERSTONE ... loi 

Dochant, Anna-John Wilson ... ... 333 

DOD.SWOR TH, OF STRANTON ... 103 

Dodsworth, Anthony-Eliz. Maddison ... 222 

,, Christopher-Mary Fulthorpe 131 

,, Eleanor-Anthony Dolsworth 103 

,, Kathcrine-John Playse ... 257 

DOWNES, OF EVENWOOD 105 

Downcs, Lamhton-Anne Eden ... ... iii 

Doylcy, .'\ruic-Williani I.ames ... ... 187 

DRAPER, OF HEADLAM 107 



PAGE 

Draper, Catherine-Joseph Tocketts ... iit 
,, Timothy-Catherine Eden ... iii 

Duckett, Cicely-Alex. Fetherstonhaugh 

119, 121 
Margery-Ralph Brackenbury... 45 



DUDLEY, OF CHOPWELL 
Dudley, Jane-Robert Clavering ... 
Durand, William-Jane Clavering .. 
EDEN, OF WEST AUKLAND 
Eden, Anne-William Porter 

,, Catherine-Timothy Draper 
,, John-Elizabeth-Lambton ... 
,, Margaret- William Garth ... 
,, Robert-Jane Hutton 
,, William- Fleanor Eden 
Egleston, Barbara-Sir Wm. Kennet 
Eland, Anthony-Alice Hebborne ... 
Ellerker, Elizabeth-John Forser ... 
Ellis, John-Isabel Porter 

Ellison, -Cuthbert Carre 

Elmeden, -Sir William Bulmer 

,, -William Langton ... 

,, Anne-Thomas Claxton ... 
,, Isabel-Rowland Tempest 
,, *William-Margaret Claxton 
Elmeraw, Leonard-Agnes Hall ... 
ELSTOB, OF FOXTON 

Elstob, -John Halliman 

,, Mary-Thomas Wright 

Emerson, -Lyonell Maddison .. 

„ Barbara-Gabriel Fulthorpe 

,, Dorothy-Lawrence Wilkinson 

English, Margaret-Robert Cooper 
Errington, Gilbert-Margaret Tempest .., 

,, John-Anne Hall 

Eschalers, Lucia de-Sir Baldwin Freville 

EURE, OF ELVET 

Eure, Catherine-Cuthbert Conyers 

Frances-Robert Lambton 

Isabell-Ralph Millot 

Mary Lionel Claxton 

Mary-Sir Christopher Conyers 
]\Iuriel-George Bowes ... ... 

William-Catherine Bowes 

William-IMarj- Forcer ... 

EWBANKE, OF DURHAM 

Ewbanke, Sampson-Eleanor Hutton 

,, Elizabeth-William James 

,, Mary-Roger Baynbrigg 

Fairfax, Margaret-Sir Wm. Bellases 

,, Nicholas-Elizabeth Chaytor 

,, Thomas-Anne Conyers 

Farewell, -John Swynburne ... 

Farrowe, Ellen-John Lee 

,, Florence-Richard Butler 
,, Robert-Anne Lee 
Faryngton, Elizabeth-John Boteler 
Faw, Jane-William F'etherstonhalgh 

Fell, Bridget-John Draper 

Fellon, Dorothy-William Hutton ., 

Fenwick, -William Shaftoe 

,, .... -John Shaftoe 

„ Anne-Lancelot Midleton 
,, Elizabeth-William Selby 
,, George-Catherine Blakiston ... 
,, Thomas-Francis Millot 
,, William-Catherine Hall 
FETHERSTONHALGH, OF STAN- 

HOPE 

FETHERSTONHALGH, OF 

STANLEY 

Fetherstonhalgh, - Hedworthe ... 

,, - .. Hodgson 

„ -Alexander Vasey 



109 
71 
71 
III 
26 1 
107 
205 
13s 



... 197 

... 159 

... 123 

... 261 

... 65 

... 53 

... 203 

... 75 

... 299 

73. 75 

... 145 

... 113 

... 151 

— 339 

... 221 

... 131 



299 
149 
127 
"5 
83 
207 

243 
75 
83 
38 
38 
123 
117 
179 
187 
9 
13 
95 
83 
297 

211 

59 



... 107 
... 183 
... 285 
... 287 
... 239 
... 283 
... 19 
... 243 
149 

119 



173 
316 



INDEX OF PEDIGREES AND MATCHES. 



349 



PAGE 

Fetherstonhalgh, Alice-John Pemberton 251 
,, Anne-Peter Maddison 221 

„ Cicely-John Morgan ... 247 

,, Henry-Mary Fulthorpe 131 

„ Mary-Charles Elstobbe 11 j 

„ Peregrina - Lynley 

Wrenn ... 33S 

,, Thomas - Anne Claver- 

ing ... ... ... 71 

Filkins, -Mary Jenison 189 

Finney. William-Elizabeth Bunny ... 55 

Fitzhugh, Ann-Wm. de Frevile ... ... 127 

,, Maud-William Bowes ... ... 37 

Fitzraffe, Cecily-Hugh de Blakiston ... 19 
Flemynge, Thomas-Isabel Lancaster ... 241 

FORCER, OF KELLOW 123 

Forcer, Mary-William Eure ... ... 115 

Forde, John-Margaret Hilton ... ... 169 

FORSTER, OF DURHAM 125 

Forster, .. .. -Elizabeth Playse ... ... 258 

,, -Gerrard Shaftoe ... ... 287 

,, Francis-Elizabeth Heighington .. 163 

Foster -Richard Downes ... ... 105 

Fotherby, Frances-Robert Hilliard ... 167 
Fowell, Elizabeth-Christopher Trotter ... 311 
Frank, Sir George-Elizabeth Jenison ... 1S9 
Franklin, Elizabeth-John Robson ... 273 

,, Sir Henry-Jane Wrenne ... 338 

,, William-Isabel Hebhorne ... 159 

French, Sir George-Elizabeth Jenison ... 189 

FREVILE, OF^HARDWICK 127 

Frevile, Elizabeth- Robert Byerley ... 61 

,, John-Anne Madyson ... ... 221 

,, Margaret-Thos. Lambton .. 207 

Fryer, Isabell-John Harrison 155 

Fulthorpe, -Nicholas Blakiston ... 19 

,, -Jane Booth ... ... 31 

FULTHORPE, OF TUNSTALL 129, 131 
Fulthorpe, Christopher- Dorothy Blakiston 21 
,, Christopher-Mary Colmore ... 79 

,, Eleanor-Thos. Colmore ... 79 

,, Elizabeth-Marmaduke Blakis- 

ton ... ... ... ... 19 

,, Elizabeth-Robert Hutton ... 179 

,, Isabella-Henry Radcliffe 31, 267 

,, Joan-William Constable ... 31 

,, Margery-Henry Langton ... 203 

,, Mary-Henry Fetherstonhalgh 121 

,, Philippa-Richard Boothe ... 31 

,, Simon-Joan Blakiston... ... 25 

Garland, Catherine-.Saml. Kennet ... 197 

GARNETT, OF EGGLESCLIFFE ... 133 

Garnett, Anthony-Mary Pemberton ... 251 

,, John-Alice Pemberton ... ... 258 

GARTH, OF HEADLAM 135 

Garth, William-Margaret Lancaster ... iii 
Gascoigne, Alice-Arthur Shaftoe ... ... 285 

,, Dorothy-Ralph Hedworthe ... 161 

Gaunte, Alice-John Booth ... ... ... 29 

Gaynes, Christopher-Helen Hall 149 

'Gerard, Charles-Frances Cosyn ... ... 91 

,, *Sir Gilbert-Mary Cosyn ... 91 

,, Mary-John Jenison ... ... 189 

Gidney, - Rowe ... ... ... 259 

GIFFORD, OF DARLINGTON ... 137 

Gifford, -Henry Barnes ... ... 3 

„ Eleanor-Wm. Webster ... ... 279 

,, Thomas-Eleanor Sanderson ... 279 

GILL, OF HAUGHTON 139 

Gill, Elizabeth-John Gill 239 

Gilpin, Mary-George Wharton ... ... 323 

Girlington, Joan-Marmaduke Lambton ... 205 

,, -William Ward ... ... 319 

Gold, Winifred-John Warde 317 



Goldesbornugh, Ann- Kighley 

,, William-Anne Bracken 

bury 
Goldsmith, Catherine-John Jenison 

,, Dorothy-Christopher Hall 
,, John-Catherine Ironmonger 
Gooderick, ^lary-Thomas Jenison 
Gore, John-Eleanor Hutton 
Gower, Roger-Anne Playse 
Graves, Frances-John Coniers 
Gray, -Cecilia Brackenbury ... 

„ -Alice NeviU 

,, Anne-Robert Clavering 

,, Anne-i\Iarmaduke Surteys ... 

,, Elizabeth-Humfry Heron ... 

,, Elizabeth-Wm. Thomlinson 

,, Henry-Marj- Widdrington ... 

,, Isabella-John Pemberton ... 

,, Mary-Toby Ewbanke 

,, Margery-Richard Wright ... 

,, Mary-William Jenison 

Greene, -Robert Hutton 

Greenfield, Isabel-Ambrose Dudley 
Grenevile, Dennis-Anne Cosyn ... 
Grey. See Gray. 

Grimston, William-Anne Byerley .. 
Gunston, Isabel-William Wycliffe 
Gunter, Blanche-Wm. Billingsley... 
Gye, George Frances Pimshon 

Gyllon, -Margaret Cla.xton ... 

Gyner, Richard-Rebecca Baynbrig 
HAGGERSTON, OF HAGGER- 

STON CASTLE 

Haggerston, Margaret-Geo. Swinburne 
HAGTHORPE, OF NETTLES 

WORTHE 

Hagthorpe, Rowland-Clara Hedworthe 

,, Jane-Richard Madyson 

HALL, OF CONSETT AND BIRT 

LEY 
HALL,"OF HOLLENBUSHE.'.'.' 
HALL, OF NEWSAM ... 
Hall, Anne-Sir Lyonell Maddison 

,, Anne-Robert Porter ... 

,, Barbar.a-Robert(or John) Perkinson 

,, Charles-Isabell Coniers 

,, Elizabeth-Raphe Maddison... 

,, Jane-William Wilkinson 

,, John-Isabel Tempest 

,, Richard-Elizabeth Gill 

,, Robert-Margaret Tempest ... 
HALLIMAN, OK LUMLEY ... 
Halliman, Mary-Ralph Blakeston... 
Halnabye, Katherine-Robert Playse 

Hammerton, - Bunny 

Hanchford, Avis-Christopher Madyson 

Hansard, -Ralph Ratclifife ... 

Hansby, -George Wandesford 

Harbottle 

Harbottle, -John Swynburne... 

,, -Richard Hardinge 

,, -Thomas Riddell ... 

,, Alice-John Hebborne ... 73 
,, Eleanor-William Punshon 
,, John -Barbara Porter ... 
,, Kichard-Anne Lawson 
,, Robert-Margaret Halliman 
, Robert- Barbara Shaftoe 
,, Robert-Anne Shaftoe ... 
HARDINGE, OF HOLLINGSYDE 
Hardinge, Sampson-Jane Hedworthe 
Hare, Jennet-Anthony Thirkeld ... 
Harington, Richard-Christian Lancaster 
Harle, Edward-Margery Carre 



PAGE 

45 



149 
i8q 
189 
179 
258 
85 
45 
248 
71 
293 
165 
303 
189 
251 
117 

339 



109 
91 

61 

341 

187 

265 

75 

9 

141 
297 

143 

i5i 



14s 
147 
149 
222 
261 
253 
8s 
222 

329 
299 

139 
299 

151 

23 

257 

55 

221 

267 

38 

203 

297 

153 
271 

ISQ 
265 
261 
209 
151 
285 
285 
153 
161 
301 
241 
65 



OJ- 



INDEX OF PEDIGREES AND MATCHES. 



PAGE 

Harleston, Anne-Nicholas Lambert ... 201 
Harper, Jane-Christopher Trotter 309, 311 
*Harper, Ihomas- lane Burden ... ... 309 

HARRISON, OF BISHOP AUCK- 
LAND 155 

Harrison, Eleanor-George Crosj-er ... 93 
,, Elizabeth-Thos. IMascall ... 23s 

„ George- Mabel V.asey 316 

,, Jane-Thomas Morgan .. ... 247 

,, Margaret-John Gill ... _ ... 139 

,, Richard-Catherine Hutchiason 177 

Haslerigg, - Haggcrston 141 

.,, - Hedworthe 161 

„ Margaret-Nicholas Croyses- ... 93 

Hassall, Alice- Richard Pilkington ... 255 

Haydon, -Thom^is Selby ... ... 283 

Headlam, Joaji-Ralph Bowes ... ... 38 

„ Joan-Francis Bowes 39 

HEATH, OF KEPIER ... 157 

Heath, Elizabeth-George Midieton ... 239 
Heathfield, John-Ele.-»r.or Kendall ... 195 

,, Eleanor-John Metcalfe ... 195 

Heaton, Margaret-I homas Mydleton ... 239 
HEBBORNE, OF SHOTTON ... 159 

Hebborne, Elinor-William Selby 283 

,, Elizabeth-Ralph Cla.xton 73, 203 

„ Elizabeth-Robert Lambton ... 205 

,, John-Alison Harbottle... 73,203 

,, Margaret-Humphrey Blakis- 

ton 19 

„ Richard- Margaret Claxton ... 73 

Hedlam, Joan-Thomas Midieton 241 

Hedley, Aime-Nicholas Porter 261 

,, Nicholas-Elizabeth Hodgson ... 173 
HEDWORTH, OF HARRATON ... 161 

Hedworth, -William Lawson 209 

„ -Anthony MiddJeton ... 237 

,, Alice - Richard Fetherston- 

haugh ... 119 

,, Ann-Christopher Coniers ... 85 

,, Anne-Edward Parkj-nsone ... 253 

,, Catherine-Thomas Baynbrige 7 

,, Frances-Geo, Elaykeston ... 23 

,, Isabel- Richard Tonge ... 305 

,, Jane-Sampson Hardinge ... 153 

,, John-Jane Brandling 47 

,, Katherine-Anthony Thomlin- 

son ... ... ... ... 303 

HEIGHINGTON, OFGREYSTONES 163 

Heighington, -Thomas Marche ... 229 

Hely, Anne-William Brandling 47 

,, Barbara-Wm. Thomlinson .. ... 303 
HERON, OF EAST THICKLKY ... 165 
Heron, Cecilia-Anthony Hedworth ... 161 

„ Mary-William Smith 291 

,, Richard-Anne Banies ... ... 3 

Hewson, Christopher-Jane Thrrkeld ... 301 
Heyfield, Margery-Nicholas Fulthorpe ... 131 
Hickson, Christophei-Jane White ... 327 

,, Margaret Richard Lilburne ... 215 
Higgons, Elizabeth-Thomas Midford ... 245 
Hildreth, ... . -Bartholomc-w Lilburne ... 215 

HILLIARD, OF DURHAM 167 

Hilliard, -William Hodgson 173 

Hills, -John I-ucas 51 

HILTON, OF HH/rON 169 

HILTON, OF DURHAM 171 

Hilton, -John Lawson .. 209 

,, Haron-Sarah Lumley 216 

,, Anne-.Sir John Delaval 39 

,, Anne-Kalph Hedworth 161 

,, Elizabeth-Robt. Cla.vton 73 

„ Elizabeth-Sir Robt. Cla.xton ... 75 
„ Robert-Mary Hilton 169 



PAGE 

Hilton, Thomas-Anne Bowes 39 

,, Thomas-Catherine Brackenbury 45 
,, Thomas, Baron of- Anne Lambert 201 

,, W'illiam-Margery Bowes 37 

Hindmarsh, -Henry Fetherstonhaugh 

119, 121 

,, -John Eden iii 

,, Alice-Richard Pemberton ... 251 

,, Anne-Christopher Maire ... 227 

HODGSON, OF HEPBURN 173 

Hodgson, Cath«rine-Peter Force ... 123 

,, Elizabeth-John Wharton ... 325 

,, George-Matilda Forster ... 12c; 

,, Joane-John Wilson 333 

,, Mary-jerrard Salveyn 275 

„ Roger-Isabel Playse ... .- 258 

,, WiMiam-Margaret Haggerston 141 

Holden, Ambrose-Ann Machon ... ... 219 

Holland, Elizabeth-John Lord Nevill ... 248 

Holt, -Henry Tonge , 305 

Holtby, Isabel-John Trollope ... ... 307 

Honeywood, Sir Robert- Frances Vane ... 315 
Hoorde, Agnes-Thomas Hull ... ... 175 

Hopton, -Sir Bryan Selby 283 

Hore, Edith-Thomas Fuithorpe 129 

Howard, Margaret-Thomas Hagerston ... 141 
„ Thomas-Margaret Eure .. ... 115 

Huddleston, Dorothy-Thomas Asmall ... i 
Hudspath, Margaret-Mark Forster ... 125 
Hudswell, William-Elizabeth Playse ... 257 
HULL, OF OUSTERLEY FIELD... 175 
Hull, Thomas-Elizabeth Fetherstonhalgh 121 
Hunt, Joan-William Colmore ... ... 79 

Hunter, Thomas-Elizabeth Gill ... ... 139 

Huntley, Jane-John Butler 59 

Hurst, Raphe-Mary Pemberton 251 

Hussey, George-Grace Midieton 241 

,, Thomas-Bridget Bowes ... ... 38 

HUTCHINSON, OF DURHA:\I ... 177 

Hutchinson, Frances-Ralfe Surtees ... 295 

,, Hugh-Elizabeth Rowe ... 259 

, Jane-Richard Rowe 259 

,, Nichoks-Judith Hutchinson 177 

,, Thomas-Elizabeth Hall ... 145 

HUTTON, OF DURHAM 179 

HUTTON, OF DURHAM 181 

HUTTON, OF HUNWYKE 1S3 

Hutton, Alianore-William Hebborne ... 159 
„ Anne-Anthony Byerley ... ... 61 

,, Anne-John Calverley 63 

,, Ann-John Midieton 241 

,, Barbara- Francis Garth ,,, ... 135 
,, Cuthbert-Grace Tempest ... 299 

,, Dorothy-Thomas Crosyer ... 93 

,, Eleanor-Cuthbert BiUingham ... 15 
,, Elinor-Sampson Ewbanke ... 117 
,, Elizabeth-Thomas Tuttle ... 39 

,, Elizabeth-Sir Thomas Burton . 91 

,, Helen-John Hedworthe i6i 

,, Henry-Elizabeth Cosyn ... ... 91 

,, Jane-Robert Eden in 

,, Jane-Brian Tunstall 313 

,, John-Joan ... ... 203 

„ Robert-Eliz.abeth Fuithorpe ... 131 
,, Thoma,s-Doruthy HnU ... ... 149 

,, Thomas-Barbara Midieton ... 241 
,, Timothy-Elizabeth Bowes ... 39 
,, Sir Timothy-Elizabeth Bowes ... 39 
,, Willi.im - RIargaret Cracken- 

thorpe 241 

Ingleby, William-Anne Midford 245 

Ironmonger, Catherine-John (Goldsmith... 189 

Isinderffuis, -Richard Hodg.son ... 173 

J.\CKSON, OF HARRATON 185 



IMDEX OF PEDIGREES AND MATCHES. 



351 



PAGE 

Jackson, Anne-Richard Bunny 55 

Elizabeth-Christ. Coniers ... 85 
Emmota-Robert Elstobbe ... 113 

John-Muriel Bowes 38 

Mary-Ralph Wilson 333 

Nathan-Eliz. Shaftoe 2S5 

Stephen-Margaret Bower ... ^3 
JAMES, BISHOP OF DURHAM ... iS; 
JENISON, OF WALWORTH, CO. 

DURHAM 189 

Jenison, Elizabeth-Sir Geo. Frevile ... 127 
„ Elizabeth-Henry Liddell ... 213 

,, John-Jane Hall ... ... ... 149 

,, Mary-Nicholas Frevile ... ... 127 

„ Mary-Feter Sanderson ... ... 277 

,, Raphe-Barbara Bowes 41 

JOHNSON, OF TWISSELL 191 

Johnson, Anne-John Richardson 2*^9 

,, George-Catherine Lambton ... 207 
,, Isabella-kichd. Macdockes ... 225 
,, John-Margery Brackenbury ... 45 
,, Margaret-Thomas Beckwith ... 11 

JOHNSTON, OF KIBBLESWORTH 193 
Johnston, Jane-John Brabant ... ... 43 

Jones, Anne-John Machon... ... ... 219 

Joplin, .Arthur-Mary Fetherstonhaugh ... 121 

lopson, Mary-William Garth 135 

KENDALL, OF THORP THULES... 195 

Kendall, Elizabeth-John Booth 29 

,, Elizabeth-William Conyers ... 87 

KENNET, OF COXHOW 197 

Kennet, John-Troth 1'empest 299 

Kighley, -Ann Goldesborough ... 45 

KILLINGHALL, OF MIDDLETON 

ST. GEORGE 199 

Killinghall, Margery-Rowland Playse 257,258 
Kingsmill, Alice-James Pilkington ... 255 

Kingston, John-Con.'itance Riddell ... 271 

Kirkby, -Hugh Asmall i 

,, -John Wharton 323 

_ ,, William-Isabel Boteler 59 

Kirkland, Alice-John de Boteler 59 

Kirklawe, Margaret-Robert Hull 175 

Knightley, Jane-George Lumley 216 

Kyerton, Thomas-Elizabeth Playse ... 159 

LAMBERT, OF OWLTON 201 

Lambert, Cassandra-Lancelot Claxton ... 75 
Eleanor-Thomas Fulthorpe ... 129 
John-Elizabeth Lambert ... 201 

Josias-Elizabeth Cla.xton ... 75 

Margery-William Cla.xton ... 73 
Robert-Anne Tempest ... ... 299 

Thomas- Margaret Lee ... ... 211 

LAMBTON, OF BELSIS 205 

LAMBTON, OF LAMBTON 207 

Lambton, Alice-Robert Claxton ... ... 75 

,, Anne-Robert Tempest 299 

„ Anne-Matthew White 327 

,, Catherine-George Johnson ... 191 

,, Elizabeth-Sir Thomas Davison 95 

,, Elizabeth-John Eden ... ... in 

,, Elizabeth-Anthony Playse ... 159 

,, Helena-George Tonge .. ... 305 

,, Henry-Margaret Davison ... 95 

,, Isabell-George Downes ... 105 

„ Isabel-.Sir Nichs. Tempest ... 299 

,, Jane-Wm. Blaykeston 21 

,, Jane-William Blaykeston ... 21 

,, Margaret (or Agnes) - John 

Claxton 75 

„ Margaret-Nicholas Conyers ... 127 

„ Margaret-Robert Hedworihe... 161 

,, Margaret-John Killinghall ... 199 

„ Robert-Elizabeth Mordant ... 159 



Lambton, Thomas-Margaret Frevile 
Lancaster, of Holgill, Westmor- 
land 

Lancaster, -Margaret Eden 



•William Fetherstonhaugh 119 



,, Margaret-William Garth 

Lane, ... -William Colmore 

,, Elizabeth-Ralfe Surtees 
Langley, Anne-Robert Hodgson ... 
,, Dorothy-William Bristow 
LANGTON AND CONYERS, 

WYNYARD 

Langton, Sibylla-Roger Conyers ... 

Lassells, -William Morgan ... 

,, -Thomas Playse 

,, Agnes - Ale.xander de 

hope ... 

,, Anne-Edward Hutton ... 
,, Robert-Grace Hutton ... 
,, Thomas-Catherine Hall... 
Lasenby, Jane-John Elstobbe 

,, John-Dorothy Lambert... 
Laton, Anne-Henry Killington 
,, Beatrice-Brj'an Machell ... 
,, Mary-Cuthbert Conyers ... 
La we, Anthony-Catherine Riddell 
,, Henry-Eleanor Riddell 
,, William-IsLibel Shaftoe 
Lawrence, Mary-Henry Sanderson 
LAWSON, OF USWORTHE ... 

Lawson, -Thomas Blaykeston 

Anne-William' Riddell ... 
Dorothy-Thos. Middleton 
Elizabeth-Edward Rowe... 
Isabel-William Scurfield .. 
Lsabella-Richard Hodgson 
William-Elizabeth Hedworth 
William-Isabel Hedworthe 
Lawton, Agnes-Francis Perkinsonne 
Laxe, Robert-Jane Croysier 
Layton, Catherine-Robert Boothe 
,, Catherine-John Eden 
,, Elizabeth-Thomas Smith 
,, Jane-John Smith ... 
,, Thomas-Elizabeth Eure 
,, William-Elizabeth Claxton 
Leaver, Thomas-Thoma-sine Heath 
,, Thomasine-Geo. Martyne 
Lea, Mary-Lancelot Hodgson 

LEE, OF FISHBURN 

Lee, Anne-John Morgan ... 

,, Elizabeth-Anthony Baynebrig 
,, Margaret-Brian Bellases 
,, William-Elizabeth Lawson ... 
Legard, ... .Richard Skepper 
Legate, Robert-Appolina ^laddison 

Leigh, -Wilfrid Lawson 

,, - Redman... 

,, Catherine-Lancelot Wilkinson 
Leon, Edward-Eleanor Hebborne 
Letherborough, Ann-Thomas Asmall 
Lever, Jane-Gregory Butler 
Leving, William-Anne Hutton 
Lewen, Elizabeth-John Hagthorpe 
,, Robert-Margaret Midleton 
Leyburne, Elizabeth-Robert Bowes 
LIDDELT,, OF RAVENSWORTH 
Liddell, Barbara-Samuel Sanderson 
,, Eleanor-l'imothy Draper 
,, Henry-Elizabeth Jenison 
,, Roger-Grace Claveiing ... 
,, Sir Thumas-Anne Vane ... 
Lightfoot, Margaret-Thos. Smith .. 
LILBURNE, OF THICKLEY... 



OF 



Stan- 



79 
295 
173 

49 

203 
203 
247 
257 

119 
181 
179 
149 

113 
201 
199 
217 

83 
271 
271 
285 
277 
2og 

25 
271 
237 
259 
281 

173 
161 
161 
253 
93 
31 
III 
291 
291 
"5 
73 
157 
233 
173 

211 
247 

9 

13 

209 



.. 2og 

... 209 

•• 329 

... 159 
I 

■ ■ 59 

•• V9 

.. 143 

... 239 

■•■ 37 

,.. 213 

.. 277 

... 107 

,.. 189 

.. 71 

•• 315 

.. 291 

.. 2X5 



353 



iNDEiC Of fEDIGRBES AND MATCHES. 



PAGE 

Lilbume, Elizabeth-Robert Bowes ... 37 

,, INIargaret-Richd. Claxton ... 75 

Liile, Margaret-John Penn 51 

Lisle, Catherine-Alan Langton ... ... 203 

,, Humphrey- Margaret Bowes ... 37 
,, Margerj'-John Heron ... ... 165 

Lister, John-Anne Blaykeston ... ... 23 

,. William- ]Maud Lambton ... ... 205 

Loftus, Margaret-Anthony Beckwith ... 11 
Long, William -jNIargaret Gill ... ... 139 

Lordman, -James Ewbanke ... ... 117 

Lucas 51 

LUMLEY, LORD LUMLEY 216 

Lumley, -•\gnes-John Lambton ... ... 207 

„ Elizabeth-Richard Coniers ... 85 
,, Elizabeth-John Elstobbe ... 113 

,, Frances-Raphe Wilson ... ... 333 

,, George-Anne Blaykeston ... 21 

,, Isabel de-Sir William Fuithorpe 131 
,, Isabel-Robert Thomliiison ... 303 
,, John-Frances Bcwes ... ... 38 

,, Margaret-Thomas Trolloppe ... 307 
,, William-Eiizabeth Elstobbe ... 113 

Luton, Robert-Anne Davison 95 

Lvnsey, Bridget-John Wortley 335 

MACHELL, OF PITFIELD 217 

Machell, Anne-John Elstobbe 113 

,, -Henry Baynbrig ... ... 9 

^LACHON, OF SHERBORNE ... 219 

MADDISON, OF UNTHANKE and 

NEWCASTLE .. 221 

MADDISON, OF .SALTWELLSIDE 222 
M ADDISON, OF Unthanke— Grant of 

Arms 223 

Maddison, Eleanor-Sir Francis Bowes ... 41 
„ Elianor-William Blackett ... 17 

,, Elizabeth-Robert Conyers ... 87 

,, Elizabeth-Anthony Dodsworth 103 

,, Elizabeth-Sir George Vane ... 315 

,, Jane-Sir James Clavering ... 71 

,, Mary-Cuthbert Morgan ... 247 

., Peter-Anne Fetherstonhaugh 119 

MADOCKES, OF SKIRMINGHAM 225 

MAIRE, OF HARDWICK 227 

Maire, Alice-John Fetherstonhaugh ... 119 
,, Jane-John Hal! ... ... ... 145 

,, Jane-Robert Skepper 289 

,, I homa-s- Helen Conyers ... ... 83 

Mallard, Rachel-Peter Sanderson ... 277 

Mallory, Dorothy-.Sir Geo. Bowes 38, 39 

,, William-] )ionisia Tempest ... 299 

Man, John-Eli?abeth Garnett ... ... 133 

Manfield, Robert-Anne Lambert ... ... 201 

MARCH E, OF REDWORiHE ... 229 
Markenfield, Anne-Sir Christ. Conyers ... 83 
Marley. Anne-Nicholas Tempest... ... 299 

,, Elizabeth-Wm. Scurfield ... 161 

,, Elizabeth-Roger Blaykeston ... 21 
,, Joan-William Maddison... ... 221 

,, Mary-Abraham Hilton ... ... 171 

,, Roger-Elizabeth Hedworthe ... 161 
Marmion, Masera-Raphe Cromwell ... 127 

MARSHALL, OF SELLABY 231 

Marshall, C;ilbert-Agncs Brackenbury ... 45 
,, Margaret-'l homas Marshall ... 231 

MARTIN, OF DURHAM 233 

Martin, Jane-George Frcvile ... ... 127 

Martinilale, Elizabeih-TliomaseMidleton 241 

MASCALL, OF DURHAM 235 

Masham, Lidia-Edward James ... ... 187 

Mason, George- Frances Hiitton 179 

, John-«Iary Hutton 179 

Massy, Alice-John Boteler 59 

Mastey, Mary^Thoanas Walktr 45 



Mawe, Jane-Francis Burwell 
,, Mar^'-Ralphe Conyers 
Ma.xwell, Edward-Isabell Blaykeston 
Merfeild, Ellen-Thomas Madysonne 

Merryman, - Carre 

,, Robert-Muriel Salvin 

Metcalfe, -Christopher Fuithorpe 

,, Alice-Robert Bowes 
„ Anne-Richard Hebborne 
,, Anne-Michael Pemberton 
,, John-Eleanor Heathfield 
,, William-Jane Eden 
,, William-Anne Trolloppe 
Metham, Dyonis-Anthony Bulmer 
,, Jane-Thomas Tempest... 

,, Maud-John Trolloppe ... 

,, Thomas-Dorothy Bellasis 

Methley, -Edmund Selby 

Meynell, Elizabeth-Thomas Dearham 
,, Isabell-Sir Wm. Cla.xton 

,, Margaret-Tymothie Comyn 

,, Margaret-Robert Hagthorpe 

,, Margaret-John Maire 

,, Roger-Mary Conyers 

,, Thomas-Margt. Cholmely 
MIDDLETON, OF SEATON... 
MIDDLETON, OF SILKSWORTH 
MIDDLETON, OF BARNAR 

CASTLE 

Middleton -Joane Rowe 

,, -William Playse ... 

,, Alice-John Gill 
,, Cuthbert-Margaret Blaykes- 
ton 

,, Elizabeth-Sir William Calver 

ley 

,, Elizabeth-Robert Rob.son 

„ George-Elizabeth Wharton 

,, Muriell-Simon Gifford 

„ Sarah-Robert Dearham 

Milburne, Isabell-Ralphe Madisonne 
,, Susan - Christopher Hutchin 

son 
MILLOT, OF WHITEHILL ... 

MiJlot, -William Blakiston ... 

,, Elizabeth-Henry Wycliffe 

Mills, -John Madison 

,. Elizabeth-James Shaftoe ... 
MITFORD, OF PESPOOLE ... 
Mitford, Cuthbert-Mary Wharton 
,, Humfrey- Frances Vane ... 
,, Jasper-Margaret Hedworth 
,, Margaret-Robert Halliman 
,, Margaret-Thomas Ogle ... 
,, Robert-Elizabeth Maddison 
Mitforth, Jane-Thomas Liddell ... 
Moore, Susan-William Killinghall 
Mordant, Rowley-Elizabeth Hebborne 
Morecroft, Edward-Jheronima Hilton . 

Moresby, -John Maire 

,, -William Ratc'iffe ... 

MORGAN, OF MILL-HOUSES 
Morgan, Cuthbert-Mary Madysonne 
Morton, Anne-'I'homas Bowes 
Mossock, 'I'homas-Anne Draper ... 
Mowbray, Thomas-Margaret Garth 
Moyser, Elizabeth-Christopher Skepper 

Muschamp, -Gawen Orde 

Musgrave, .......Lancelot Claxton 

,, Edward-Margaret Thorp 

,, Elizabeth- Francis Fuithorpe 

,, Ellyn-Thomas Watson 

,, John-Jane Brackenbury 

,, Margaret-John Hilliard 



PAGE 
57 



221 

65 
275 
131 

38 
159 
251 
195 
III 
307 

53 
299 
307 

13 
283 

99 
75 
81 

143 
227 

83 
81 

237 
239 

241 
259 
257 
139 



63 
273 
323 
137 

99 
221 

177 
243 
9, 21 
341 
221 
287 
24s 
323 
3^5 
161 
151 
161 
222 
213 
199 

159 
171 
227 
267 

247 
221 

39 
107 

135 
2S9 

249 
73 
167 
131 
321 

45 
167 



INDEX OF PEDIGREES AND MATCHES. 



353 



PAGE 

Mu5grave, William-Catherine Hardinge . 153 

Nanseglass, Rlary-Roger Gilford 137 

Neale, Jane-Richard Marshall 231 

Nelson, William-Susan Killinghall ... 199 

NEVILL, EARL OF WESTiMOR- 

LAND 248 

Neville, .......Ralph Hall 145 

,, Alice-John Conyers ... ... 85 

„ Elizabeth-Sir Walter Selby ... 2S3 

,, Helen-Christopher Ratcliffe ... 267 

,, Ralph Lord-Isabella Boothe ... 31 

Newes, Katherine- Anthony Tunstall ... 313 

Newton, Lancelot-Elizabeth Salvin ... 275 

,, Richard-Winifred Warde ... 317 

Nicholson, Grace-James Clavering ... 71 

Norton, -Jerrard Salvin ... ... 275 

,, -Isabella Tempest ... ... 299 

., Catherine-Francis Bulmer ... 53 
Odyam, Catherine-Daniel Lucas ... ... 51 

Ogle, Ann, Lady (Lumley) 216 

,, Dorothy-John Swynburne ... ... 297 

,, George-Anne Midleton ... ... 239 

,, Thomas- Margaret Mitford 161 

Oglethorpe, John- .. Danby ... ... 83 

ORDE, OF FISHBURNE 249 

Orde, John-Mar>' Haggerston ... ... 141 

,, William-Ellen Salvin ... ... 275 

Paget, Lynley-]\Iary iJlakiston 19 

Palmer, Barbara-John Elstobbe 113 

Palmes, Brian-Margaret Ratcliffe ... 267 

Parker, Anne- Ann Boteler... 59 

„ Dorothy-Ralph Elstobbe 113 

„ Eleanor-John Machon ... ... 219 

,, Elizabeth-John Heath 157 

,, Thomas-Alice Boteler 59 

Parkinson, - Rowe ... ... 259 

,, Anne-George Woodroffe ... 161 

Paslew, Dorothy-John Brandling... ... 271 

Pattison, Elizabeth-Edward Rowe ... 259 

,, John-Anne Crosyer ... ... 93 

,, Margaret-Robert Cooper ... 8g 

Paxton (or Peyton) -Thomas Wrenn . 338 

Peacock, -John Kendall 195 

Pears, -Robert Madysonne ... ... 221 

Peck, Jane-William Tonge... 305 

Peckett, Christopher-Margaret Martin ... 233 

Peckover, Anne-Edward Heath 157 

Peele, Anne-Ninian Dearham ... ... 99 

Pelham, .Sir Thomas-Margaret Vane ... 315 

PEMBERTON, OF AISLABIE ... 251 

Pemberton, Alice-John Garnet ... 133, 259 

,, Mary-Anthony Garnett ... 133 

,, Henry Wrenne ... ... 338 

,, Michael-Alice Place ... 133, 258 

•Penn, John-Joan Brackenbury 51 

Penrith, Ralph-Dorothy Warde ... .. 317 

Pente, Isabel-Lionel Heron ... ... 165 

Percy, ...-Thomas Lambton ... ... 205 

,, Elizabeth-Sir Wm. Kennet ... 197 

„ Sir Thomas- Harbottle ... 203 

Perkinson -Henry Mitford ... ... 245 

PERKINSON, OF BEAUMOND- 

HILL 253 

Perkinson, Edward-Anne Hedworth ... 161 
,, Jane-Ralph Lawson ... ... 209 

Peyton (or Paxton) . -Thomas Wrenn... 338 

Phillippe, Percival-Anne Claxton 73 

Phiniox, Anne-William Colmore 79 

Pickeringe, Jane-Robert Millet 243 

PILKINGTON, BISHOP OF DUR- 
HAM 2S5 

Pilkington, Grace-Robert Hutton ... 179 

,, Joseph-Anne Trotter 309 

Pilnot, Alice-Richard Kennet 107 



PAGE 

PLACE, OF HALNABY 257 

PLACE, OF piNSDALE 258 

Place, Alice-Michael Pemberton ... 133, 251 
,, Alice-Walter Strickland ... ... 299 

,, Anthony-Elizabeth Lambton ... 159 
„ Christopher-Alice Tempest ... 299 

,, Dorothy-Thomas Tunstall ... 313 

,, Elizabeth-Thomas Bbykeston ... ig 
,, Eiizabeth-Thos. Tempest .. ... 299 

,, Elizabeth-Thomas Kyerton ... 159 

,, Isabel-Robert Hodgson ... ... 173 

Pleasance, Robert-Jane Ewbanke ... 117 

Plumpton, i\Iargaret-Christopher Selby... 283 

Pollard, - Hedworthe 161 

,, Margery-William Hall ... ... 149 

Porter, - Carrow ... 203 

PORTER, OF SHIELDROE 261 

Porter, Jane-John Surteys ... 293 

,, William-Jane Eden ... ... iii 

Prestley, Jane Francis Bunny ... ... 55 

PRE.STON, OF EAST MORTON ... 263 
Preston, Thomas-Elizabeth Bowes ... 38 

Prestwicke, John-Dorothy Lawson ... 209 

Prior, Ellen-John Brown ... 51 

Proctor, -Anthony Trolloppe ... .. 307 

,, Anne-Henry Hilton ... ... 169 

,, Janet-Robert Blenkinsoppe ... 27 
Pudsey, Ambrose-Jane Davison ... ... 95 

,, Catherine- Robert Place 258 

,, Isabel-Robert Playse 257 

,, Grace-Thomas TroUope ... ... 307 

,, Michael-Mary Salveyn ... ... 275 

PUNSHON, OF WEST HARRING- 
TON 265 

Punshon, Thomas- Anne Millot 243 

Pyatt, -Edward James .. 187 

Raines, Isabel-Rowland Shaftoe 285 

Ramsden, -Jane Appleyard ... ... 55 

RATCLIFFE, OF NEWTON HAN- 
SARD 267 

*Ratcliffe, - Cartington 73 

,, -William Haggerston ... 141 

,, Ann-Rowland Playse ... 257-258 

,, Cuthbert-Margaret Lambton .. 207 

,, Henry-Isabella Fulthorpe 31, 131 

,, Isabel-Ralph Hardinge ... 153 

,, Margaret - John Fetherston- 

haugh .. ... ... ... 119 

Rawe, Dorothy-Timothy Draper... ... 107 

,, Elizabeth-Clement Shaftoe ... 285 

,, Robert-Elizabeth Scurfield ... 161 

Rawlin, Anne-Thomas Heighington ... 163 

Rawson, Dorothy -Thomas Tunstall ... 313 

Read, Mabel-Robert \yhite 327 

Redman, - Leigh ... ... ... 209 

Remington, Elizabeth-Giles Cosyn ... gi 

Renter, Robert-Catherine Baynbrig ... g 

Restwold, -Richard Bunny 55 

Reveley, Margaret- Francis Salveyn ... 275 

Reynes, -Christopher Swynburne ... 297 

,, Anne-John Swynburne 297 

,, Isabel-Rowland Shaftoe 285 

Reynolds, Sibill-William Kennet ... ... 197 

RICHARDSON, OF DURHAM ... 269 

Richardson, Edward-Flora Gill 139 

,, Isabel-Andrew Maire ... 227 

,, Richard-Joane Wright ... 339 

Rickerby, John-Isabel Kendall 195 

RIDDELL, OF GATESHEAD ... 271 

Riddell, -Eleanor Claxton 73 

,, Agnes-Gilbert Midleton ... 239 

,, Anne-Cuthbert Carre 65 

,, Eleanor- Edwin Swinburne ... 73 
,, Elizabeth- Raphe Wilson 333 



354 



INDEX OF PEDIGREES AND MATCHES. 



PAGE 

Riddell, Jane-John Forcer 123 

,, Sir Peter-Marj' Surtees 65 

„ Sir Thomas- Barbara Calverley.. 95 

Ridley, Isabel-Anthony Vasey 316 

,, Margaret-John Fetherstonhaugh 119 

„ William-Troth Kennet 197 

Rilleston, Ellen-Christopher Coniers 85, 203 

Risby, Catherine-William James 1S7 

Roberts, Mary-Thomas Machon 219 

Robinson, Elizabeth-Richard Marshall ... 231 
,, Jane-Richard Hutchinson ... 177 

,, John-.Anne Baynbrig ... ... 9 

,, -Mar£;aret Midletcn ... 241 

ROBINSON, OF WEST MORTON... 273 

Robinson, Alice-Symon Comyn_ 81 

,, Frances-John Bainbrigge ... 7 

Rodes, Agnes (or Alicc)-Richd. Bayn- 

brigge ... 7 

Roger, Anne-Sir Edward Madysonne ... 221 
Rogerley, Elizabeth-Thos. Brackenbury 45, 51 

Rokeby, -John Watson 185 

,, -William Lanibton ... ... 207 

,, Jane-Thomas Millet 243 

,, Jane-John Tunstall 313 

,, Jane-Tymothie Comyn ... ... 81 

Rookes, Alice -Gervase Chamber 67 

Roos, Catherine-John Vasey 316 

Rosse, -John Kendall 195 

Routh, Thomas-Margery Machon ... 219 

ROWE, OF PLAWSWORTH 259 

Ruthall, Henry-Anne Mydleton ..._ ... 239 
Rntherfcrd, Mary-Anthony Thomlinson 303 
Rutland, Nicholas-DiTothy Hedworthe... 161 

Rutlidge, ... . -Jane Thirkeld 301 

Ryder, Mary-Roger Ratcliffe 267 

Ryleston, Helena-Christopher Conyers 85, 203 

Sadler, Margaret-John Conyers 37 

,, Tabba-Henry Bowes 37 

St. Andrew, Jane-Thomas Wildbore ... 61 

St. Quiutin, . -John Coniers 85 

,, Margaret-John Conyers ... 203 

Salkeld. Mar^'- William Watson 321 

SALVIN, OF CROXDAILE 275 

Salvin, Bryan-Catherine Tempest ... 299 

,, Gerard-Anne Blakiston 19 

,, Gerard- Conyers 203 

Sampson, Anne-Henry' Ewbanke 117 

Sanders, Catherine-William Trotter ... 309 
SANDERSON, OF BRANCEPETH 277 
SANDERSON, OF EGGI.ESION ... 279 
Sandford, Eleanor-John Middleton ... 241 
,, Thomas-Grace Crackenthorpe 241 
Sandys, Edith-Ralph, Lord Nevill ... 248 

Sare, Elizabeth-Ralph Elstobbe 113 

- Hodgson 173 

Savile, -Margt. Tempest 299 

„ Dorothy-John Clavcring 71 

Scrope, Lord-Margaret Nevill 248 

„ Eleanor-William Cla.xton ... 73 

,, Joan-John Lord Lumley ... 216 

„ Mary-William Bowes 38 

SCURFIELl), FOKMEKi.Y SCRUTE- 

VILLE, OF KIBHLESWORTH ... 281 

Scurfield, Elizabeth-Robert Rawe ... 161 

,, Ralph-Anne Thomlinson ... 303 

,, William-Klizabeth Marley ... 161 

SKLBV, OF WHITEHOUSE 283 

Selby, Jane-Lyoncll Martyne 233 

,, Maryarct-Willium Bellasis 13 

,, Maryaret-Georgc Selby ... ... 283 

,, William-Ellen Haggerston 141 

SetON 203 

Sey, Joan de la-Peter Hilllard ... ... 167 

Seymour, (i^? Syam)-Lionell Madison 221 



PAGE 

Shadforth, Elizabeth-Robert Mutton ... 179 
SHAe TOE.OFANVILL AND SWAL- 

WELL 2S5 

SHAFTOE, OF TANFIELD LEIGH 287 
Shaftoe, Anne-John Clavering ... ... 71 

,, Jane-Thomas Bowes .,, ... 41 

,, Mary-Thomas Trotter 311 

,, Robert-Anne Hall 149 

Shardford, George-Thomasine Hilton ... 169 

Shepperdson, Alice-Christopher Wharton 323 

Sherwood, Anne-John Baynbrigge ... 5 

„ Anne-Laurence G.irnett ... 133 

,, Margaret-Wm. Johnston ... 193 

Shipton, Elinor- Henry Garth 135 

Silkstowe, . ...-Richard Skepper 2S9 

Simpson, Anne-William Hutton 183 

,, John-Dorothy Wharton ... 325 

,, Margaret-William Wrenne ... 338 

Skelton, John-Elizabeth Salveyn 275 

,, William- Frances Larabton ... 20s 

SKEPPER, OF DURHAM 289 

Skepper, Moses-Margaret Wright ... 339 

Slater, Margaret-James Dawson 97 

Sling.sby, Anne-Henry Brackenbury ... 45 
Slitholme, Emma-William Playse ... 257 

Smart, Catherine-George Lawson ... 209 

Smelt, Elizabeth- Lancelot Hilton ... 171 

SMITH, OF DURHAM ^igi 

Smith, -Anne Boothe ... 31 

,, Alice-William Jenison 189 

,, George-Jane Booth ... ... ... 131 

,, George-Elizabeth Lambton ... 207 

,, Grace-Robert Maire 227 

,, Jane-Henry Johnston ... ... 193 

,, John-Elizabeth Croyser 93 

,, Mary-Timothy Fulthorpe 131 

,, Sir Thomas- Blakiston 19 

,, Thomas-Sibell Punshon 265 

,, Thomas-Mary Salveyn ... ... 275 

,, William-Barbara Hilton 169 

Smiton, William-Isabella Blaykeston ... 23 
Smurthwaite, John-Margaret Heath ... 157 
Snaith, Robert-Elizabeih Punshon ... 265 

,, William-Jane Martyn 233 

Sophley, Margaret-William Wright ... 339 
Sorethwaites, Margery-Geo. Blaykeston 25 

Sotheby, Mabel-John Playse 258 

South, Elizabeth-John Giiibrd 137 

Southwicke, John- Mary Croyser 93 

Southorne, Eleanor-Thos. Forster ... 125 

Speede, John-Sarah Draper 107 

Spencer, Catherine-Thos. Brown... ... 51 

Spense, Julian-Christopher Beckwith ... 11 
Stafford, Margaret-Rauff Earl of West- 
morland ... •• ... 248 

Stanpert, Elizabeth-James Carre 63 

Stapieton, Margery-Robert Playse ... 257 

Staveley, Mary-Thomas Gifford 137 

Stemson, or Stevenson, John-Frances 

Wright 339 

Stockdale, William-Dorothy Millet ... 243 

Stone, Anne-Gregory Butler 59 

Story, William-Margaret Gill 139 

Strange, F'rances-Wm. Jenison 189 

Strangways, Henry-Grace Millot... ... 243 

,, Margaret-Philip Baynbrige 7 

,, Philip-Jane Fulthorpe ... 131 

Strickland, Walter-.Mice Place 299 

SURTEES, OF MIDDLETON-ONE- 

ROW 2Q3 

SURTEES, OF RAVENSWORTH ... 295 

Surtees -Sir Robert Brandling ... 47 

,, Margery-John Playse 257 

,, Mary-Sir Peter Liddell 65 



INDEX OF PEDIGREES AND MATCHES. 



355 



PAGE 

Surtees, Richard-Thomasine Martyn ... 233 
Swift, Margaret-Richd. Frevile ... ... 127 

SWlr>JBURNE, OF DURHAM ... 297 

Swinburne, Agnes-John Hall _ ... . ... 145 

,, Edwin-Eleanor Riddell ... 73 

,, Eleanor-Peter Riddell ... 271 

„ Elizabeth-John Billingham ... 15 

,, Elizabeth-William Warde ... 145 

,, Isabell-George Forcer ... 123 

,, John-Isabel Boothe ... ... 31 

,, John-Anne Smith ... ... 131 

,, John-Isabel Tempest .. ... 299 

,, Margaret-Nichs. Tempest ... 209 

„ Thomas-Margaret Lawson ... 209 

,, William-Anne Eden ... ... iii 

Swinnow, Elizabeth-Ralphe Booth ... 131 

,, John-Isabella Bowes ... .. 37 

,, Margaret-Edmund Lawson ... 209 

Syam, -Lyonell Madison ... ... 221 

Symes, Eleanor-Richard Heighington ... 163 

Symonds -William Conyers 83 

Talbot, Anne-Anthony Byerley ... ... 61 

,, Elizabeth-Toby Wright ... ... 339 

,, Jane-Sir George Bowes ... 38, 39 

,, Jane-William Kennet 197 

Tattershall, Mary-Christopher Playse ... 258 

Taylor, George-Catherine Wilkinson ... 329 

,, William-Margaret Croyser ... 93 

TEMPEST, OF STELLA 299 

Tempest -John Trolloppe 307 

,, Alice-Nicholas Blackett ... 17 

,, Alice-Christopher Playse ... 258 
,, Anne-Cuthbert Brackenbury ... 45 
„ Anne-William Johnson ... 191 

,, Anne-Robert Lambert ... 201 

,, Anne-Ralph Millot 243 

,, Catherine-Bryant Salveyn ... 275 
,, Eleanor-Ralph Lambton ... 207 

,, Eleanor-Thomas Mydleton ... 239 
,, Isabel-Sir Bertram Bulmer ... 53 
,, Jane-Thomas Cheytor... ... 69 

,, Jane-Thomas Richardson ... 269 
,, John-Margery Lambton ... 207 

,, Sir Nicholas-Isabella Lambton 207 
,, *Rowland-Barbara Calverley ... 63 
,, Thomas-Elizabeth Playse ... 257 
,, Troth-John Kennet ... ... 197 

,, Troth-.Sir Thon»s Tempest ... 299 
Tennant, Henry-Cordall Dethicke ... loi 

Thaike, Eleanor-Geo. Blaykeston ... 21 

Theobald, Thomasine-Hugh Wright ... 339 
Theobalds, William-Jane Pemberton ... 251 

THIRKELD, OF DURHAM 301 

Thirkeld, Anne-Anthonv B.iynbrigge ... 5 
„ Richard-Anne Midleton ... 241 

„ Robert-Isabel Tonge ... ... 305 

THOMLINSON, OF GATESIDE ... 303 
Thomlinson, Anne-R2lphe Scurfield ... 281 
,, Anthony-Margaret Hedworth 161 

Thomson, John-Constance Hutton ... 183 

Thornhaugh, Gertrude-Sir Chas. Wrenn 338 
Thornton, Elizabeth - George Lord 

Lumley ... ... ... 216 

,, John-Mary Tempest ... ... 299 

„ Margery-Anthony Cheytor ... 69 

Thorp, Margaret-Edward Musgrave ... 167 

Robert-Anne Pemberton 251 

„ William-Elizabeth Hutton ... 183 

•Threlkeld, John-Margaret Eden ... in 

Thursby, Christian - Christopher Sander- 
son... ... ... ... ... ... 279 

Tibbols, Margaret-Wm. Ewbanke ... 117 

Tillard, Rebecca-Daniel Gill ... ... 139 

Tocketts, George-Elizabeth Hutton ... 183 



PAGE 
Tocketts, Joseph-Catherine Draper ... in 
Tomkins, Richard-.Anne Swynburne ... 297 
TONGE, OF WEST THICKLEY ... 305 
Tonge, Catherine-Sir Francis Bowes ... 41 
,, Sir Gieorge- Eiiz, Blakiston ... 19 

„ George- Barbara Carre 65 

,, George-Helen Lambton ... ... 207 

,, Gertrude-Henry Maddison ... 222 

,, Mary-John Swineburne 297 

„ Richard- Isaljel Hedworthe ... 161 

Topcliffe, -Richard Bunny 55 

Topp, Anne-Nichelas Heath 157 

Trafford, -John Boothe ... ... 31 

*Trayner, ... 37 

,, Alice-.\dam Bowes ... ... 37 

TROLLXJPE, OF MORDEN 307 

TroUope, Anne-Michael Fetherstonhaugh 119 
„ Elizabeth-Thomas Foiser ... 123 

,, Frances-Thomas Maire 227 

,, John-Ma?gery Biakiston ... 19 

„ John-Ann Millett... 243 

„ John-Jane Tempest 299 

,, Margaret-Thomas Forcer ... 123. 

TROTTE-R, OF HELMDON 309 

TROTTER, OF THE ASHES 311 

Trotter, -Henry Brabant ... ... 43 

,, George-Mary Boyle ... ... 131 

,, Margery-John Hall 147 

„ Mary-Clement Fulthorjw ... 131 

,, Mary-John Fulthorpe 131 

,, Thomas-Marj' Shaftoe ... ... 287 

Tunsfall, Brian-Jane Hutton 183 

,, Catherine-Christr. Beckwith ... 11 
TUNSTALL, OF COTHAM MANDE- 

VILLE ... 113 

Tunstall, -William Madysonne ... 221 

„ Jane-John Claxton 75 

,, Jane-Christopher Mitford ... 245 
,, Margaret-Francis Hall .. ... 149 
,, Margaret -George Heighington 163 
„ Margaret-Francis Trolloppe ... 307 
,, Robert-Anne Brackenbury ... 45 
„ Thomas-Grace Brackenbury ... 45 
,, Thomas-Dorothy Playse ... 258 

„ Ursula-John Vasey 316 

,, William-Marj' Midford 245 

Turner, Barbara- Will. Barnes 3 

Tuttle, Thomas-Elizabeth Hutton ... 39 

Tyndall, -Sir Roger Claxton 75 

Umfravile - Haggerston 141 

Umfraville, Sir Gilbert-Ann Nevill ... 248 

,, Isabella-John Kerrow ... 203 

Upton, Hugh-Anne Maddison 222 

VANE, OF LONG NEWTON ... 315 

Vaint, -Dorothy Swynburne 297 

Vane, Sir George-Eliz. Maddison 222 

VASEY, OF NEWLANDS 316 

Vasey, John-Ursula Tunstall 313 

Vavasour, Jane-Anthony Selby 283 

,, Isabel-John Hagthorpe ... 143 

„ Maulger-Eleanor Playse ... 258 

Venables, -Wm. Bolt 187 

Vincent, Sir Francis-Elizabeth Vane ... 315, 

„ Marmaduke-Ann Bowes 38 

Wakerfield, Anne-Thomas Mydleton ... 239 
Walker, Mary-Richard Brackenbury ... 45 
Walker, Thomas-Mary Mastey ,,, ... 45 
Walkerley, Margaret-John Warde ... 145 

Wall, -John Wright 339 

Wallis, Jane-John Lee 211 

Walter, Thomasine-John Hilton 169 

Walton, George-Anne Richardson ... 269 
Wandesford, Christopher - Elizabeth 
I Preston 38 



356 



INDEX OF PEDIGREES AND MATCHES. 



PAGE 

• 75 

338 

257 

39 

9 



Wandesford, Elizabeth-Robert Claxton . 
,, Elizabeth- Anthony Wrenne 

,, Michael-Isabel Playse 

Warcop, Agnes-Sir Talbot Bowes 

„ Ann-Thomas Bowes 
WARD, OF mSHOP-MIDDLEHAM 3^7 

319 
145 
195 
139 
221 

145 
299 
321 
177 
305 
195 



WARD, OF TRIMDON.. 

Warde 

Ward, ... -Anthony Kendall 
,, Anne-Thomas Gill 
,, Anna-Ale.vander JNIadysonne 

„ Isabel-John Hall 

Washington, Eleanor-Wm. Tempest 
WATSON, OF WHITWORI H 

Watson, -Richard Hutchinson 

,, -Henry Tonge 

, Elizabeth-Anthony Kendall 

, John- Rokeby 

„ Margaret-Thomas Liddell 
„ Margaret-Thomas Maire 
,, Margaret- Michael Pemberton 
,, Mary-Thomas Jackson .. 
,, Robert-Caroline T'hirkeld 
Wawne, Marmaduke-Elizabeth Place 
Web, INIargaret-Edmund Machon 
Webster, Margaret-Christopher Sanderson 

,, William-Eleanor Giffard 

Welbury, Isabell-John Eaiiibrigge 

,, Margery-John Eden ... 

West, Valentyne-Julian Thomlinson 

WHARTON, OF OLD PARKE 

WHARTON, OF WINGATE GRANGE 

Wharton, Elizabeth-Geo. Midleton 

,, Humphrey-Mary Byerley 

,, Jeronima-Richard Hutton 

Wheatley, Richard-Isabel White .. 

WHITE, OF REDHEUGHE ... 

White, ^latthew-Ann Lambton ... 

Whitehead, Catherine-Thos. Blakiston 

,, Elizabeth-John Wycliffe 

,, Marearet-Geo. Midleton 

,, Thomas- Barbara Lawson 

,, William-Catherine Lawson 

Whitfield, Alison-Thos. Fetherstonhaugh 

,, Anne-George Brabant ... 

,, Margaret-William White 

, Mary-Cutben Baynbrigg 

,, Mathew-Margery Lancaster .. 

,, Nicholas- Margaret Gill 

Whitlock, Robert-Mary Maddison 

Whittingham, Catherine-John Calverley 

Widdrington, Catherine-Sir Wm. Lambton 207 

„ Eleanor-Anthony Dodsworth 103 

,, Elizabeth-Sir Wm. Selby ... 283 

,, Gerard-Joan Riddell 

,, Mary-Henry Gray ... 

Sir Ralph-Phillis Claxton 
Wigglesworth, ... -Wm. Dodsworth 

Wiggs, -Ann Drajier ... ... 

Wild, Margaret Robert Cooper ... 

Wildbore, Jane Christopher Byerley ... 61 

,, Thomas-Jane .St. Andrew ... 61 

Wildey, Johanna-Thos. Chamberlain ... 107 

,, * rhomasjohanna James .. ... 1S7 

Wilkin, John-Eliz. Ajjpleyard ... ... 55 

WILKINSON, OF IIARPERLEV ... 329 
„ James-Mary Garlh ... 135 

„ John- Elizabeth Bower ... 33 



227 
251 
18s 
301 
258 
2ig 
279 
279 

7 
til 

303 
325 
323 
239 
61 
183 
327 

327 
207 

19 
341 
239 
209 
209 
119 

43 

327 

9 

241 

139 
222 

63 



271 
i8g 
75 
103 
107 



Williams, Elizabeth-John Cooper 
WILLIAMSON, OF ST. HELEN 

AUCKLAND ... ■ 

Willey, -Dorothy Hodgson ... 

,, Margery-John Orde 
,, Ralph-Jane Cheytor 
Willoughby, Jane-Richd. Harbottle 

,, -William Colmore 

WILSON, OF LUMLEY... 

,, Elizabeth-Wm. Williamson 

Winslow, Anne- John Gifford 

Wirley, -Henry Sanderson ... 

Wise, Catherine- Rowland Place ... 
Witham, ... . -William Claxton ... 
,, Anne-Michael Johnson ... 
,, Dorothy-Anthonj' Preston 
,, John-Dorothy Maire 
,, Margaret-Cuthbert Conyers 
Witton, Margaret-William Claxton 
Woller, Anne-Richard Pemberton 
Wood, Anne-George Croysier 

,, Anne-Robert Dudley 
Woodington, Margaret-Henry Parkinsoi 
Woodroffe, George-.'\nne Perkinson 

Worthington, -Thomas Asmall 

Worthey, Isabel- John Lilburne ... 
WORTLEY, OF LANGLEY ... 

Woitley, -Francis Bunny 

,, Jane-Robert Brandling... 
,, Mary-Henry Hilton 
Wotton, Thomas-Elizabeth Thomlinson 
Wrangham, John-Margaret Elstob 

Wray, -Alexius Eden 

,, Dorothy-Robert Eden 
,, Dorothy-Robert Millot ... 
,, Frances-Sir Henry Vane 
M^RENNE, OF BINCHESTER 

Wrenne -Jerrard Salvin 

,, Agnes-Robert Jenison ... 
,, Elizabeth- Bryan Downes 
,, Isabel-Robert Harrison... 
„ Isabel-William Kendall ... 
,, Jane-Thomas Blackett ... 
,, Jane-George Heron 
,, Jane-Rowland Madysonne 
,, Margaret-Nichs. Croyser 
,, Mary-Sir John Claxton ... 
,, William-Jane Bulmer 
WRIGHT, OF DURHAM 
Wright, Dorothy-John Cradock ... 
,, Nathaniel-Lydia James ... 
,, Thomas-Mary Elstobbe ... 
,, Thomas-Jane Hutton 
WYCLIFFE, OF OFFERTON 
Wyclifi'e, Agnes-.\nthony Krackenbury 
,, Alice-Thomas Mydleton 
,, Grace-Robert Millot 
,, Henry-Elizabeth Millot 
,, John-Margaret Dethicke 
,, Margery-Wm. Madysonne 
,, Mary-Martyn Dcthick 
,, Ralph-Anne Bowes ... 
,, Robert-Joan Millot 
,, William-Dorothy Playse 
Wyvill, Thomas-Mary Place 
Yersley, Richard-.A.lice Fulthorpe 
Young, Anne-John Thirkeld 

,, Christopher-Sarah Maddison 



331 
173 
249 

69 
203 

79 
333 
331 
137 
277 
258 

73 
191 
263 
227 

83 

75 
251 

93 
109 
253 
161 
I 
215 
335 

55 

47 
169 

3°3 
113 
III 
in 
243 
31S 
338 
27s 
i8g 
los 
155 
195 
17 
i6s 
221 

93 
75 
165 
339 
171 
187 

"3 
179 

341 
45 
239 
243 
243 

lOI 

221 
101 
37 
243 
257 
258 
129 
301 

322 



INDEX OF ARMS AND DISCLAIMERS, 



Names in small caps refer to engravings of arms. An asterisk denotes the person disclaimed. 



PAGE 

Alamby • ... 240 

Apilston 246 

Aske 36 

Aton , ... 82, 114 

Barnes, of Bedborne 2 

*Bates ;or Bayles^, Henry, of Newton Cap 344 

Baynbrigg, of Snotterton 4 

Baynbrigg, of Wheteley Hill ... 6 

Baynbrigg, of Freer House 8 

*Baynes, Christopher, of Scholacliffe ... 344 

Beckwith, of Nutwithcoat 10 

Bellasis, of Morton 12 

*Belt, Bryan, of East Combe 344 

Billingham, of Crook Hall 14 

Billingham ... ... ... 12 

Blackett, of Woodcrofte 16 

Blakiston, of Blakiston 18 

Blakiston, of Gibside 20 

Blakiston, of Sadbery 22 

Blakiston, of Thornton Hall ... 24 

Blenkinsoi'pe, of Byrtley 26 

Booth, of Silksworth 28 

Booth, of Old Durham 30 

Booth ... 130 

Bowes, of Streatham 36 

Bowes, of Thornton 40 

Bowes ... 18, 20, 100, 114 

Bower, of Oxenfield 32, 33 

Boyvill... 54 

Brabant, of Pedgbank 42 

*Brabant, George, of Pedgbank 344 

Brackenbury, of Sellaby 44 

Brandling, of Felling 46 

Bristow, of Great Lumley ..• ... 48 

^Buck, John, of Sadbury ... 344 

Bulmer, of Tlrsdale 52 

Bunny, of Ryton 54 

Burdon 308 

Burwell, Chancelour of Durham ... 56 

Butler, of Bishop Auckland, 58 

Byerlf.y, of Midridge Grange ... 60 

Calverley, of Littleburn 62 

Carre, of St. Helen Auckland ... 64 

Carrow ... 72 

Chamber 67 

Chancellor ... 160 

Chaytor, of Butterby 68 

*Clarke, Richard, of Chester 344 

Clavering, of Axwell 70 

Claxton, of Wynvard 72 

Claxton, of Old Park 74 

Claxton... ... ... 52, 84 

Clopton, of Sledwish 76 

*Cole, Nicholas, of Gateshead 344 

*Cole, Thomas, of Gateshead 344 

Colmore, of Durham 78 

CoMYN, of Durham 80 

Conyers, of Sockburne 82 

CONYERS, OF HoRDEN 84 

Conyers, of Wooley 86 



page 

Conyers iB, 20, 36, 52, 72 

Cooper, of Durham 88 

CosiN, Lord Bishop of Durham ... go 

Crackenthorp ... 240 

Cramlington ... ... ... ... ... 270 

Crosver, of Newbigginge 92 

Dalden i3, 20, 36 

Dalton 182 

Darcy 84 

Dautry ... 36 

D.wisoN, of Blakeston ... 94 

Dearham, of Bri.melawe 98 

Dethick, of Amerstone 100 

Dixon, of Ramshaw 108 

*Dobinson, Thomas, of Woodfield ... 344 

*Dodson, Nicholas, of Stranton ... ... 344 

Dodsworth, of Stranton 102 

Downes, of Evenwood 104 

*Dowthwayte, John, of West Holme ... 344 

Draper, of Headlam 106 

Eden, of West Aukland no 

Elmeden ... ... 52 

Elstob, of Foxton I12 

*Emerson, Bryan, of Estyeate 344 

*Emerson, Thomas, of Darlington ... 344 

Errington 12 

EuRE, OF Elvet 114 

Eure 242 

Ewbanke, of Durham 116 

*Farrow, Robert, of Fishburne 344 

Fenwick 2S2 

Fetherstonhaugh, of Stanhope ... 118 
Fetherstonhaugh, of Stanley ... 120 

Forcer, of Kellow 122 

Forster, of Durham 124 

*Forster, Francis, of Darlington 344 

Frevile, of Hardwicke 126 

Fulthorp 30, 266 

FuLTHORPK, of TuNSIALL ... 128, 130 
GaRNETT, of EgGLESCLIFFE 132 

Garth, of Headlam 13^ 

*Garth, William, of Headlam 3^^ 

Geffry jQq 

Gifford, of Darlington 136 

Gill, of Haughton 138 

Griffith... ... 246 

Haggerston, of H\ggerston Castle jaq 
Hagthorpe, of Nettlesworthe ... 1.2 
Hall, of Consett and Birtley ... j . . 

Hall, of Hollenbushe 1,5 

Hall, of Newsam [ .3 

Halnaby 256 

Harbottle ... 270 

Hardinge, of Hollinsyde 1-2 

Harrison, of Bishop Auckland ... j-. 
... ... ... ... 246 



Hartswell 



DelaHay 

Hilliard of Durham 
Hilton, of Swine ... 
Hilton, of Hilton 



166 
166 
166 



358 



INDEX OF ARMS AND DISCLAIMERS. 



Hilton', of Durham 

Hilton 

Hindmarsh 2 

Headlam ... 

Heath, of Kepier 

Hebborne, of Shotton 

Hedworthe, of Harraton 

HeIGHINGTON, of (iKEYSTONES ... 

Hf.ron, of East Thickley 

Hesleden 

Heton 

Hodgson, of Hebburn ; 

Hoton 

Hull, of Ousterley-Field 
*Hul!, Thomas, of Stockeley 
Hutchinson, of Durham 
Hutton, of Durham i 

HUTTON, OF HuNWYKE 

Hutton 

Jackson, of Harraton 

James, Bishop of Durham 

Jenison, of Walworth 

Johnson, of Twissell 

Johnston, of Kibblesworth ... 
*Johnson, Robert, of Seaton Carew 
Kendall, of Thorp Thules ... 

Krnnet, of Coxhow 

Kilham... 

Killinghall, of Middleton £ 

George 

Kirkby 

Kirkstowe ... 

Lambert, of Owlton 

Lambert, of Stockton 

•Lambert, Thomas, of Stockton ... 

Lambton, of Belsis 

Lambton, of La.mbton 

Lancaster i 

Langridge 

Langton ... ... 

Lawson, of Usworthe 2 

Lee, of Fishbur.n 

Liddell, of Ravensworth 

Lilburne, of Thickley 

Lisle 

Lumley 

Machon, of Sherborne 

Mauoison, of Unthanke ... 2 

Maire, of Hardwick 

•Manckes, William, of Rackwood Hill 
Makche, of Reuworthe 

Marshall, ok Sellabv 

Martin, of Durham 

Martindale 

Mascall, of Durham 

Meynill 

MiiJiJLETON, OF Seaton 

Middleton, of Silkswokth ... 
Middleton, of Barnard Castle 

MlI.LOT, OF WhiTKHILL 

Mitford, OF PES-roOLE 

Moresby 

Morgan, of Mill-housks 

Morwick 

Nevill 

* Newton, William, of Bradley 

Newton ... ... 

Nunscgles, or Nanseglass 

•Oswald, John, of Darlington 
•Parrat, Robert, of Hartlepool ... 

Paslew 

Pemuerto.n, of Aislabv 

Perkinson, of Beaumondiiill 
•Perkinson, George, of Haghouse 



page 
170 
166 
250 

240 

156 
153 

160 
162 
164 
54 



174 
344 
176 
179 
182 
160 
184 



190 
192 
344 
194 



200 
202 

344 
204 
206 
240 
240 
72 
270 
210 
212 
214 
242 
216 
218 



232 
240 
234 
53,84 
236 

2j8 

240 
242 
244 
226 
246 

52 
248 
344 
240 
136 
344 
344 
270 
250 
252 
344 



PAGfi 

PiLKiNGTON, Bishop of Durham ... 254 

Place, of Dimsdalk 256 

Porter, of Sheildeow ... 260 

Preston, of East Morton 262 

Pl'nshon, of West Herrington ... 264 

Rabye ... ... 52 

R.vtcliffe, of Newton Hansard ... 266 

Restwold ... ... 54 

Richardson, of Durham 268 

Riddell, of Gateshe.\d 270 

RoBSON, OF West Morton 272 

Rodes 6 

Rylston ... ... ... ... ... 72 

St. Quintin ... ... 72 

Salvin, of Croxdale 274 

Sanderson, of Brancepeth 276 

S.-\nderson, of Eggleston 278 

Scroope ... 114 

Scurfield (formerly Scrutteville), 
of Kibblesworth ... ... ... 2S0 

De la See 166 

Selby, of Whitehouse 282 

Shaftoe, ok Anvill 284 

*Shaw, John, of Whitton ... 344 

*Shaw, Wm., of Chrislington 344 

Skelton ., ... ... ... 160 

Skepper, of Durham 288 

Smith, of Durham 290 

Smith ... ... ... ... 226 

*Smyth, Thomas, of Waldridge 344 

Le Spring ... ... ... ... ... 12 

*Stephenson, John, of Byersyde ... ... 344 

*Storey, Christr. , of Astley 344 

*Stott, Robert, -jf Hedworth 344 

Stotte 246 

Stryvehn 238 

Surtees... 18, 20 

Surtees, of Middleton-one-Row ... 292 

Sutton ... ... ... 52 

Swvneburne, of Durham 296 

Svvyne ... 166 

Te.mpest, of Stella 298 

Thirlwell 180 

Thiekeld, of Durham 300 

Thomlinson, of Gateside 302 

ToNGK, OF West Thickley 304 

Trollope, of Morden 306 

Trotter, of Helmdon 308 

Tunstall, of Coth..\m Mandeville... 312 

'Turner, John, of Cunsley 344 

*Tweddell, Robert, of Hesleden 344 

Tyndale 52 

Umfreville 298 

Dc la Vache 54 

Vane, of Long Newton 314 

Vaul.'c 136 

Vesey 82, 114 

Ward, of Trimdon , ... 318 

"Ward, Robert, of Darlington 344 

Wardwick 238 

•Watson, George, of Summer House ... 344 

'Watson, John, of Sheraton 344 

•Watson, Thomas, of Whitton ... ... 344 

Wharton, of Wingate Grange ... 322 

Wharton, ok Olde Parke 324 

White, of Redheugh 326 

Wilkinson, of Harperlet 328 

Williamson, ok St. Helen Auck- 
land 330 

Wilson, of Lumley 332 

WoKTLEY, OF LaNGLEY 334 

Wrenne, OF Billyhall 336 

Wright, of Durham 338 

WVCLItFE, of OfFERTON 34O 




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