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T H E 



PUBLICATIONS 



tE^fje flarUian ^otietp. 



ESTABLISHED A.D. MDCCCLXIX. 





©oluint Wm. 



'OE THE YEAE MDCCCLXXII. 



PRINTED BT TAYLOR AND 00., 
LITTLB aUBBN BTRBBT, LINCOLN*B INN FOLDS. 



%1^t Visitation of lift €|^tintp 

of Cumberlanb 



5n fht mnr 1615 



T1.EEN BY 



RICHAKD ST. GEORGE, 

0on:os King of ^xtas. 



EDITED BT 



JOHN FETHERSTON, F.S.A. 



LONDON: 
1872. 



I 



At a Meeting of the Council of the SarletAn SoctBlnr, held at 8, Danes 
Inn, London, W.O., on the 7th June, 1872, the Hon. H. Eopbr Curzon in the 
Chair, it was resolved that — 

"The Visitation op Cumberland in 1615, to be edited by John 
Fbtherston, F.S*A., be the Second Publication for the Present Year.^' 



Preface* 



The following pages are comprised in a thin folio book written by Mr. 
Ricliard Mundy, being a copy of the Visitation of Cumberland taken by 
Richard St. George Norroy in 1615. This Visitation, I believe, is not to be 
found either in the College of Arms or in the Universities of Oxford 
and Cambridge. Harleiah MS. 1374 can scarcely be said to be a copy, but 
merely an ordinary of arms compiled from the Visitations of the four northern 
counties taken in this year,-^those of Cumberland and Westmoreland 
extending from folios twelve to fifteen b, — accompanied with a few drawings, 
and at the end of the volume are trickings of arms from the Visitation of 
Shropshire, 1623* On folios twenty-seven and twenty-eight are fifty-three 
shields of arms of the Cumberland gentry, hastily tricked in printed escocheons; 
these will be found at the end of this volume, but not precisely in the same 
order in which they occur in the original, being altered for the sake of conve- 
nience, and reduced for adaptation to the size of these publications. Many 
of the escocheons are in blank, not having been filled up, the name only 
written over them. A list is subjoined : — 

Swinborne of Huthatt. 
. Ponsonbye. 

Tolson. 

Fletcher. ^ 

Eobinson. 

Laythes. 

Talentyne. 

Cragge. 

Armestronge* 

Holland. 

Crofte. 

Watsonn. 

Hudsonn. 

Inglish. 



7a^ 



60346 



Tl PBEFACE. 

Benson. 

Martyndale. 

Crowkedale. 
Arms of Cnmberland families will be foand in the library of Gaias 
College, Oambridge, MS. 676, and a copy of the latest Visitation of the 
County (1665, by Dngdale) is in the College of Arms, marked C. 89. 
Magna Britannia, by the Kev. B. Lysons, London, 1816, Vol. IV., contains 
many engravings of Gamberland arms. 




vu 



NAMES OF QUAETEEING8 TEICKED IN THE 
VISITATION OF CXJMBEELAND, 1615. 



HUTTOK (p. 1). 

1. Hutton. 

2. Beauchamp. 
Escocheon of pretence. 

— Briggs. 

Fekbuddook (p. 2). 

1. Fenruddock. 

2. Sandford. 

3. Lowther. 

4. LumleyorThweng.? 

LOWTHEB (p. 8.) 

1. Lowther. 

2. TylyoU. 

3. Bumell. 

4. Lucey. 

5. Strickland. 

6. Warcop. 

7. Quale. ? 

8. Laakaster. 

Dalstok (p. 6). 

1. Dalston. 

2. &rrkbryd. 

3. Warcop. 

4. Warcop of Lamer- 

syde. 



Stanley (p. 8). 

No. I. — 1. Stanley of Lee. 
2. Awsthwaite. 

No. IL— 1. Stanley of Dal- 
garth. 
2. Awsthwaite. 

No. III.— 1. Stanley. 

2. Andley. 

3. Fleming. 

4. Hinton. 

6. Ponsonby? 
6. Lowther. 

(p. 13.) 

No. III. — 1. Hudleston. 

2. Bogers. ? 

3. Barrington. 

4. Fenwick. 

No. IV.— Sarsfield. P 

No. V. — 1. Senhouse. 
2. Eaglesfield. 

No. VI.— Bigland. ? 

iBTOlf (p. 16). 

1. Irton. 

2. Copeland. 



Lamplugh (p. 26). 

1. Lamplew. 

2. Fenwick. 

3. Derwentwater ? 

Vaulx (p. 27). 

1. Vaulx of Caterljn. 

2. Vaulx. 

3. Vaulx of Treder- 

mayne. 

4. Delamore. 

Ibetok (p. 29). 

1. Ireton. 

2. Copland. 

Clyboske (p. 29). 

1. Clyborne. 

2. Kirkbrid. 

CUBWEN (p. 30). 

1. Curwen. 
2. 

FOSTEB (p. 35). 

1. Forter. 

2. Lowtber. 

3. Thornborough. 



i.idt of pelrtsreefif. 



Alltsonn 26 

ASKOUOH . . . .87 
ASKOUGH 88 

Bbbwis 15 

Bird 7 

Bbisko 11,12 

BUBRELL 84 

Ghambsb 6 

Cltbobnb 29 

CUBWEN 80 

CUBWSN 81 

Dalbton 6 



Dudley . . 

Habinoton 

Hethebinoton 

HiaUMOBE . . 
HUDLESTON 
HUTTON . . 



36 1 Patbickson 4 



. 33,34 
. . . 34 
. . . 4 
22, 23, 24 
. . . 1 



Ibeton 29 

Ibton ....... 16 

Lampluoh . . . .26,27 

Lanoton 32, 83 

Layton 81 

LOWTHEB 8 



Penbuddock 2 

PORTEB 36 

Hadcliffe 16 

KiCHMOND 87 

Salkeld ...... 26 

Sandis . . 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 

Seelton 36 

Stanley . . . . 8, 9, 10 

WiLLLlMSON 14 

Vaulx 27, 28 



tCf^e Visitation of t|)e County 

of Cumberland 



TAKEN A.D. 1616 BY EICHABD ST, GEOEGE NOEEOY. 



(Harl. MSS. 1536.) 




ERRATUM. 

LowTHEB, page 3. 
In seventh quartering for " martlets rising " read volant. 



■a* AAWV 



wfc xourjLUi m ounu cwudimul 'inomM Uoftuclnmi 



. I I \ \ \. 

Jonn Hooton of Penrith had in=Elizebeth Margerett Jonnett ux. Allice ux 



mariag by Covenantyearlye va- 
lew of land An® 4 H!. 7 



2 d. & Co- ux. Eic. Tho. Han- Tho. Mus- 
heire. Bell. castle. graue. 



Anthony Hooton als. Hutton of Penrith in Com. Combland An° 30 H. 8 



1. S' Williamf 2. S' Eiciard Hutton Knt.=AgneB d. of Thomas Briggs of Can- 

myre in Westmoriand sister and 
coheire Thomas &, John 



Hutton of 
Penrith 



sergeant at law and a judg. 
& of Penrith 



I 



S' Eichard Hutton=. . . d. of . . . widdow of S'^ Yong Knt. 1 wife 



B 



l^ifiit of pelrtflreefii. 



DaLSTOM 5 LOWTHEB 8 



Wf}t ?Pi0itation of tift County 

of Cumberlanb 



TAKEN A.D. 1616 BY EICHAED ST, GEOEaE NOEEOY. 



(Harl. MSS. 1536.) 




JftUttOtt. 



Aems. Quarterly of four : — 1 and 4. Argent, on a fesa 
sable three stags^ heads cahoshed or, in chief a 
crescent for difference, 2 and 3. Argent, on a 
bend gules three bezants, over all on an escocheon 
of pretence gules, three bars gemelles or, a canton 
sable. 



John de Hotton. 



This John made a deed of lands 
to John Crosby for a tenement 
& lands at the end of the towne 
of Penrith towards Carlton. 



J 



William Hootton of Penrith in com. Cumb'land. Thomas Beauchamp. 



John Hooton of Penrith had in==Elizebeth Margerett Jonnett ux. Allice ux. 
mariag by Covenant yearlye va- - - - _. __ _. _ _ 

lew of land An^ 4 EL 7 



2 d. & Co- ux. Eic. 
heire. Bell. 



Tho. Han- Tho. Mus- 
castle. graue. 



Anthony Hooton als. Hutton of Penrith in Com. Combland An° 30 H. 8 



1. S' Willianf 
Hutton of 
Penrith 



2. S' Eichard Hutton Knt.= 
sergeant at law and a judg. 
& of Penrith 



I 



: Agnes d. of Thomas Briggs of Can- 
myre in Westmorland sister and 
coheire Thomas <& John 



S' Eichard Hutton=. . . d. of . . . widdow of S'^ Yong Knt. 1 wife 



B 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CUMBERLAND. 



F^ 


1V^ 




%^^ 




^<|@ 


■^^ 



^nirutitiocb. 



AitMB. Quart^lg of four :— I. Oule», a bend 
raguly argent. 2. Ber chevron table and 
ermine, in chief two boar»' heads couped 
(antinctured) . 3. Sable, gix annulett, two, 
two, and two, or. 4. Asiiire, a fett betioeen 
three martlet t or. 

Chest. A demi-iragon gatis wings rampant axttre 
between two eagJe'e wings displayed or. 



ThomaB Penrodock of Ar-=AgneB d. of S' Jolm 
keilbj in Com' Coiubland. I Lowther Knt. 



Robert Pen-=AgneH d. & 2. Hen- 



rod ock of 
Arkeilby. 



Bole heire ery. 
ofS-'Willm 
Ley Knt, 



3. Alle 



Edwud Penrodock^Elizebetli d. of Rob. Highmore of Armatli- 
of Arkeilby. | wayt in Comb'land. 



1. Bobert Pen-= Joyce d. of John Char- 2. Anthony Pen-- 
rodockofHale nells of Wishawin Com' rodoekofAr- 
in Com' Wilta. Warwick no yeaue. keilby. 



• ..d-ofWill^Eng- 
lyah of Owterside 
in Com' Combland 



John Penrodock. 



3. George Penrodock of Hale in Com'^=ADn widdow Elizebeth Mary. 1. m. to 

Wilta m. to hia 1 wife Elizebeth (1. & of John ui. Tho. John Ley esq', 

heire of Willm. Aprice of ffalston in Cock A d. Bowman. 2 to Cuthbert 

Com' Wilts. of — Musgraue. 



Edward Penrodock aonn & heire 
of George by his. 1. wife. 



Bobert Penrodock 2 
BOnn by the. 1. wife. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CUMBERLAND. 




%,0'mtiitt. 



Aaiits. Quarterly of eight. 1. Or, tie annuleU 
table, three, two, and one. (Lowthee.) 2. 
M-mine, on a canton argent upon a mound cert a 
croM of the field. (Tyltoil.) 3. Argmt. a 
lion rampant erowned sable within a hordure 
ature. (Buhnell.) 4. Ouleg, three lueies 
haunant argent. (LtrcEY.) 5. Sable, three 
esrallops within a bordure engrailed ardent 
(Stkicklabd.) 6. Sable, three covered cups 
argent. (Wabcop.) 7. Sable, three marileis 
naing argent. 8. Or, two ban gules, on a canton 
conjoined of the last a mullet of the field. Las- 

KASTEH.] 

Cbest. a dra 
argent. 



I passant with winga elevated 



H' Hugh Lowthei 



. d. of Pierce Tylyoll. 



S' Hugh Low-=d. of lord Lucy lord of 
thor. Coekermouth. 



Sf Hobert Low-=Margerett d. & heire of WUim. Stritland 
ther. Byahop of Carlytl. 



Hugh Lowther.^d. of Damnwater. 



Hugh Luwther.=d. of Willlaio Laukaster of Cokbrig. 



Hugh Lowther.^l. of S' Lautelot Tliirkeld. 



S' John Lowther.=Lucy d. of S' Tiiomaa Curwen of Workington, 



. I I 

Anne Barbara ux. 

ux. Tho. Carl- 

Wybar. ton. 



Eichard Lowther of==fFi-ance9 d. of S' Joha Midle- 
Lowther in Com' ton of Midletou hall iu 
Westmorland. Weatm'lond. 



I III 

1. ChriBtophcr Low-=Ellen d. of S' Wm. 2. Edward 3. Hugh Auuo ux. 
ther of Lowther. Musgraue of Mus- Lowther. Lowther. ffetherstoue 

grauc in Westmorland. 

I i 1 

ffrancCB ux. S' Hen. Goodyere of Poles- Margerett ux. John Edward=d. of 
worth in Com' Warwick Knt. Bichmond. Lowther. Dudley, 




THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CUMBERLAND. 




^atricfeson. 



Abms. Or, a fess hetieeen three qreykoundt eouraitt ] 

sable. 
Cbest. (hi a mount a stag courant regardant proper, 

attired argent. 

Out of a. booke of William Smytlis al's 
Bougdragon & after tLe booke of John 
Phillipott Bougdragon. 

Anthony Patricksonn of CarBwail 

how in Com' Corab'land. 



I 



Jane d. of Henery^Anthony Patrick-=Jane d. of 
Fletcher of I sonn of Stokkow Kirkby of 

Cockermouth. &. fireesington. in com' 

Lajiek. 



Hener] 
Patricb 
Bonn. 



I I I I 

JohnPa- Willm. Pa- Anthony Hobert Patriekaonn of London Gold- J 

trick- tricksonn. Patrick- amyth 1634=Dorathey d. of Eobert I 

Bonn. Bonn, Borowdale of — in Com' Comb'land, 




l^talbmort. 



.MS. Argent, a cro. 
three moorcocks si 



pale reversed hetuieen 



. . . Highmore of Armath- 
wayte in Com' Comb'land. 



Bob. Highmore= 
of Armathwate 
ob. ]fil6. 



I 
:Elizebeth d. of S' Anne ui. John 
Hie. Sandford of Dalston of Ul- 
Howgill in don in Comb- 

Weatmorland. land. 



Bob. Highmore of Annath- 
wnyte 24 yeare old 1625. 



Lancelot* Mary iix, i 

immaried Tko. Ap- I 

1625. ieby of 
p. Comb- 

land. 

~\ i i 

I. Nicholas. Anne. Dorothey. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CUMBERLAND. 



5 




Balston* 



Abms. QiuiHerly of four : — 1. Argent, a chevron en- 
grailed between three daws^ heads erased sable. 
(Dalston.) 2. Argent, a cross engrailed vert 
between four annulets sable, (Ktekbetd.) 3. 
Sable, three covered cups argent. (Waecop.) 
4. Argent, on a fess gules three cushions ermine, 
tasselled or, (Wabcop of Lamebstde.) 

Cbest. Out of a coronet a daw*s head sable, beaked 
or. 



Sir John Bolston of=Catlierin d. of Tolson 



Dalston in Com' 
Comberland. 



of Brydkirk in Com' 
Combland. 



Catherin d.: 
& sole heire 
of Thorn. 
Tirrellof 
Burbicke. 



:S' John Dal- 
ston of Dal- 
ston in Com' 
Comb'land 
Knt. 



=©•811008 d. & Co- 
heire of Thomas 
Warcop of Smar- 
dale in Westm'- 
land. 



Mary ux. 
Thomas 
Gent of 



in 



Essex. 



Jane 1 ux. ffrancis 
Sandis of Canished 
in Com* lanck. 2 to 
S' Richard Musgraue 
of Norton Conyers 
in Com' Torke. 



Dorathey ux. 
Henery G«nt 
of Bumsted 
in Com' Es- 
sex. 



Catherm ux. S' Georg< 

S' Henery Dalston 

Coron Knt. of Dal- 

of Work'ington ston Knt 
in Combland. 



:Catherind.<&Co' 
heire of John 
Thomworth of 
Halsted in 
Com' Leicester. 



Elizabeth ux. S' 
Tho. Brath- 
wayteof Warcop 
in Com' West- 
moreland. 



I 



I 



Willm. Dalston. Catherin. Dorathey. ffrances. Bridgett. 



idi 



CJamljer* 

Willm. Chamber of Holme in Holdemes temp. E. 1. 

j" 

John Chamber 11. E. 2. 



. . . Chamber of Wolstid Castell in Com' Comberland. 

T 



Chamber temp. R. 2. 



6 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CUMBEM^ND. 



mm. 



Willm. Chamber of Wolsted Castell An°. 6. H. 4.==Margerett. 



Eichard 



Chamber of Milwood & Wolstid Castell. 



1. Thom. Chamber of Wol- 
stid CasteU 10. H. 7. 



2. Wiilm. Chamber of Royston in Com' 
Hertford vide petegrees & Hertford. /JV 



Bichard 
Chamber. 



Robert Chamber lord Ab- 
bott of St. Maryes of 
Holme Cultrayne <& p'sonn 
of Plimland. 



I 

Thom. Chamber 
lord Abbott of 
ffumes in Com' 
Lanck. 



I 

LauncelottChamber 
lord Abbott of Pee- 
terborough in Com' 
Northampton. 



Robert Chamber of 
Wolstid Castell ob. 
1563. 

Issabell. 

J 



I 

. . . ux. 
Walter 
As- 
kough. 



I I 

Thomas . . . ux. James 

Chamber of Welshman. 
Wolstid — 

Castell 
ob. s. p. 



. . . ux. James 
Hunter. 



I 

. . . ux. Ed- 
ward Lap- 
thesof Lap- 
thes. 



I I 

Thomas. 
Robert. 
John. 



1. Robert Chamber==IsBabell sister of James Sharke 



ob. 1683. 



Alderman of Carliil. 



2. Simon 
Chamber. 



Thomas Cham- 
ber ob. s. p. 



Jane ux. Tho 
Atkinsonn. 



. Mary ux. John 
Wilson. 



Margerett ux. 
William Simes. 



Anne 
Chamber. 



iilm. 



Wiilm. Chamber of Wolstid=Ann d. of Tho. Barwis 



Castell in Com' Combland. 



Maior of Carlile. 



Richard Chamber of 
London ob. s. p. 



3. Edward' 
Chamber. 



I 



I 



'Margerett d. & heire of Elizabeth ux. 1. Robert=Mary d._of 
Wm. Winder of Butter- Robert light- Chamber 
les of Blatterleas (sic) ffoot. 



George Rapine 
of Bromffeld. 



I 



I 



I 



I 



Robert Chamber. ffrancis. Dorathey. Mary. Barbara. 



I 

Jane ux. 
Selby. 



Thomas. 



I 

Mabell. 



Willm. 2. Thomas =. . . Widdow 
ob. s. p. Chamber. of Brisko. 



THE VISITATIOK OF THE COUNTY 01 OUMBEKLAKD. 




Abus. Argent, on a chevron engrailed gulet between 
three lion» rampant table as many Jieure-de-lis or. 

Cbest. a demi-lion rampant table guttie de sang. 



Willm. Bird of Pireth iii=Emme d. of 8' . . . Qoh- 

Com' Comb'laad liueing patrick Knt. 

An" 1295. {Cheqm A.^O.a Chtefi B.) 



Adam Bird of=lBsabell d. of S' 
Pireth. I John Eirkbrid. 



John Bird of Pireth.=Joane d. of Willm. Thirteld. 



"William Bird=. . . d. of Thomaa 
of Pireth. I Martindale. 



Boger Bird of Pireth,= 



. d. of . . . Crakenthorpe. 



1. James Bird a 
Clark ob. a. p. 



3. Hugh Bird of Pireth Thomas Gull. 
in Com' Combland. (P^ly o/6 t^.^^A.a 

z= Che^oT. ^= 

:Margerett d. of Tho- Eobert 

mas Personn. G-ull. 

(perjei inaballidg.^ 6. ^ 
3 mniu or.) I 

Bachard Bird of Pineh-^Lucye d. & heire 
becke vide Liucon. I of Iu>bert Gull. 



Christopher Bird of Pinch- 
beck iu Holland in Com' 
LincoD. 



1. Arther Bird. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CUMBERLAND. 






THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CUMBERLAND. 



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THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CU5IBEIILAND. 



11 



Eobert Brisko Lord of Brisko in Com' Comb'land. 



Allan Brisko of Brisko. 



Jordan Brisko of Brisko 



d. of 



Robert=*Matil- S"* John =!Margerett d. 
Brisko 

of 
Brisko. 



Crofton 
Knt. lord 
ol Crofton. 



& heire of 
Sr Gilbert 
Whinno Knt. 



* This Matilda, wiffo of Robert sonn of 
Jordan, Released hir dower and fTeoiTinent 
to John Brisko sonn of Robert in the 6 
yeare of King Edward the 2d as appereth 
bj the said Release made to the sajd John. 



t This Isold Brisko by the mariage of the daughter 
and heire of Crofton Cam to the Mannor of Crofton 
Whinno and Dundrawin in the County of Cumberland 
tfor yt S' John Crofton marid Margerett Daughter & 
heire of S' Gilbert Whinno Knt. as appereth by a deed 
in the Baigne of King Richard the Second. 



tisold Bris-=Margerett d. & heire 
ko of Bris- \ of S'' John Crofton 
ko. ' of Crofton. 



X it dooth apeare by an order of Arbitterment Betwcene the Prior of Carlisle 
& Christopher Brisko ffor the mannor of Brisko yt the sayd munnor being at 
that time in Controversie for the some of on hundre*** markes then pajd should 
Remayne w*^ the Prior and his successors & the Capitall messuage w**» graunt 
of woods ffor Building should Reniayne w**** the said Xyofer and liis heirs ffor 
euer it is ffound in ould noates the said Xyofer kept 14° souldiers at Brisko 
thome uppon Eske the sayd Xyopher was taken prisncr at the Burning of 
Wigton uppon these occasions hee was forced to morgage the most part of his 
lands. 



JChristophcr 
IBrisko of 
Crofton. 



BobcM't Brisko of---Tsaboll d. of Will™ Dvkes of AVaithoU 
Crofton. I ill Com' Comb' land. 



Sith marid to Bichard Browne 

{B, a Cheueron hetwene 3 {escallops) o 
io'^in a border ingrayled gules) . 



I . I 

3. Edward Brisko of 2. Alexander 

Westward in Comb'- Brisko. 
land. = 



Guy Brisko 
of Westward. 



Edward Brisko of 
Aldonham in Com' 
Hertford vide 
Hertford. /j\ 



Bobert Brisko 
of Emondbridg. 



AVill"^ Brisko a quo Brisko 
of Harwell in Com' North- 
ampton vide Hertford. 

_..._ A 



I 



Edward Brisko of Croft Cannonby. Anthony. Cuthbert. Thomas Brisko. 



I I 

1. Guy Brisko. 2. Richard. Guy Brisko. John Brisko. Richard Brisko. 




Or, afess vair 
gules and ermine 
between three 
cinque/oils sable. 



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THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CUMBERLAND. 



A| 



I 
Robert Bris-: 

ko of Crof- 

ton. 



I I ' 

=Catherin d. & sole Thomas Isold Brisko served Susan marid to 

heire of Clement Brisko a against the Sarasins Bobert Ellis 

Skelton of Pettrell Freest. & dyed a hermett. (O. ona Cros sable 
Wraye. fi^^ (crescents) A.)* 



I 
John Bris-: 

ko of 

Crofton. 



Jennett d. 
of Thomas 
Salkeld of 
Corby. 




^ I 

Koger 
Brisko 



Christopher 
Brisko 



Argent f a fret and chief gules 



I 



1. Eichard=Elizabeth d. 



Brisko of 
Crofton. 



I 



of John 
Lecge of 
ffreslington. 



2. Baffe 
Brisko 
of Lan- 
rig. 



3. Christopher 
Brisko. 



Anthony 
Brisko. 



Richard Bris- 
ko dwelt at 
Durham 
1683. 



2. Leonard: 
Brisko 



:MabeU d, of Willm. 
Sands of Rotington. 



Anthony Richard Brisko Thomas fcisko 
Brisko. 1581. & others. 



I 
1. Robert Bris- 
ko of . . in 
Com' . . . 1581. 



I 
Elenor d. & 2. Wil- 3 Leo-' 4. John. Thomas 2 sonn. 3 sonn. 

sole heire of liam. nard. 1581. 

Richard 

Coldall. 



Robert Brisko of Crofton=Barbara d. of John Coldale esqr. 



John Brisko=Anne d. of Musgraue 



of Crofton. 



of Halton esqr. 



I 

Jane ux. Robert 
Berwis. 



I 



William Brisko sonn and=Jane d. of Willm. Orffer of 



heire liueing 1583. 



High Close in Comb'land. 



1. John Brisko of=Mary d. of Thorn Brath- 2. Wil 



Crofton in Com' 
Comb'land. 



iam=. , . d. of 



Sen- 



wayte of Buruishide in Brisko 2 nowes sister of Sen- 
Corn' Westmorland. sonn. nowes bishop of Carlill. 



II I ^M .1 I I II 

6. ffrancis. William Brisko a 2. John. 4. Christopher. Dorathey. Mary. 

— student in Lincolns — — — 

6. Nazareth. Inn 1629. 3. Edward. Grace. Anne. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CUMBERLAND. 




No. 2. 
Cakltom of 



No. 5. 
SENowEa OF Seascall. 




-/x/v 


^ 


# 


^ 


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No. 1. No. 3. No. C. 

IIuru:sTONE or Miluolme. 

1. Abmb. Arffent,on a erosijlory sailejlne mvUeU of six poi»Uo/ Ihejleld, on a chief gules thrte 

CRiiST. A done cloie argent, leaied and membrid gHiei,leariiig ia ill moulka laurel broHchvert. 

Motto, "Mi Loud and mt God." 

Z. Auxs. Ermine, Dii a bend laile l/iree phtont argent. 

3. Ahms. Quarterly of four :—l, Qules, a frei argent. 2. Aare, a Jleur-de-lU or, on a chief 

argent a bugle-horn stringed sable. 3. Argent, three cheuronsti gules. 4. Per fas gnlfs 
and argent, six martlets eounlerchaaged. 

4. AbKs. Per pale argent and table, a fieur-de-lis eintalerchanged. 

5. Abmb. Quarterlg qffBur:—\ and 4. Per pale argent atul gules, ontheJiTsi apopivjag vert, 

heated and mambred or. E and 3. Or, three eagles dirplaged ^les. 
ChbST. a popinjag t<erl. beaked and Tnembred or. 
G. Abub. jlntre, fira ears ofbig-ivheat infets stalked asd bladcd or. 



14 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CUMBERLAND 



SISSilltamson. 



Vide Coate and Creast in North*ton. 
S' Lancelott Thirkeld. 



S^ Lancelott Thir- John Thirkeld=Elizabeth d. & heire 



keld Knt. 



of Mehere. 



John Williamsonn of Mylbeck: 
in Com' Comb*land. 



of Thorn. Hanford. 



=Elizebeth d. & heire of John Thirkeld of 
. . . in Com' Comb'land. 



1. John Williamsonn of Newhall in Com': 
Comb'land marid to his I wife Allice d. 
of John Salkeld of Pradsey in Comb'- 
land sister & heire of Thom'. 



:. . . d. of John Th waits 
of Varigg in Com' Comb'- 
land 2 wife. 



2. Nicholas 
"William- 
sonn. 



Ellenor ux. Gawcn 
Eatcliffe of Hiehill in 
Com' Comb'land. 



Elizabeth ux. Heneiy 
Personn of Emelton 
in Comb'land. 



Issabell ux. Oswold Crak- 
place of Crakplace Hall in 
Com' Comb'land. 



I 

Thomas Williamson of Den-: 
ford in Com' Northampton 
vide Oxon. 



^Bridgett d. & heire of Nicho- Mary ux. Tho. 
las Williamson of Mers Ashby Skeltonof . . .in 
in Com' North' ton. Com' Comb'land 



Nicholas Williamsonn. 



■ 

. I 
Biidgett. 



1. Anthony Williamson. 2. Nicholas Williamson. Dorathey. 



Allice marid to Roliert l>rath- 
waite of Ambleseed in Com' 
Westmorland. 



4. An- 
thony. 



5. Thomas. 



I 
3. Ilumffrey: 
William- 
son. 



=. . . d. of Sto- 
ner of Stoner 
in Com' Oxon. 



B/obert Williamson of Minster==Mary d. of Willm. Hildesley of Cromers 



Louell in Com' Oxon. 



Gifford in Com' Oxon. 



1. Edward Williamson of Minster 
Louell vide Oxon. /j\ 



2. ffrancis Williamson of Lincolns Inn 
Grange vide Midlesex. /|\ 



Mary ux. George Bev- 
ington of Chidley in 
Com' Deuon. 



I 

Srewly 1. m. to Hastings Ingerham of Littell 
Wolmer in Com' Worster. 2. to Simon Clifford 
of Battiscombe in Com' Wilts. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CUMBERLAND. 15 



Beitots. 



liobert Berwis of ... in Com. . . . 1581.=Jane d. of Robert Brisko 



I r 

1. John Berwis. 2. Eobert Berwis. 

"T_ 

I 

Maudlyn Berwis, 1581. 



3aatrem 



Thomas Eadcliff.=Margerett d. of . . . Parr. 



.1 . I 

S' Eichard Eadcliff Knight. John Eadcliff yonger brother.=. . d. of — ffenwick 



S' John Eadcliff of Darwentwater^d. and heire of John Darwentwater of Darwent- 



in Com. Comb'land. 



water in Com' Comb'land. 



I.I . I, 

John Eadcliff of 2. Edward Eadcliff of Comington in Com. North- 3. Nicho- 
Darwentwater. umberland vide Northumberland. A las. 



I 

S' John Eadcliff of Darwentwater=Allice d. of Edmond Dudley. 



John Eadcliff.=Catherin d. of . . . Q-rimstone. 



Dorathey d. & heire ux. ffrancis sonn & heire of Wi'"^ lord Dacre of Q-illesland. 



8 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CUMBERLAND. 




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|^utrIeston« 




Q-odarduB de Milium. 

T 

I 
Arturus de Milium. 

T 



-^"^-•vvjr 



L 



Dns Henericus Boyuill 
dns de Millun. 



A chevron between three hulls* 
heads caboshed (untinctured). 



I 

Hugo de 
Eouseby. 



illi] 



Willimus 
flfil. Henrici 
ob. B. p< 



Gunilda ux. 
Will"^. de 
Asemundir- 
law. 



illii 



Willimus Afu- 
mundirlaw ob. 
8. p. 



Dns Jobes 
Hodleston 
miles 
temp. 
E. 1. 



.1. 

Willimus 

flSls Hugo- 
nis de 
Eouseby. 



Adam dns 
de Milium. 



Henericus de 2. S' Adam Ho- 
Asmundir- dleston of Com' 
law. Lanck. Knt. 



I 




A chevron hetweenthreebulls* 
he<idsedboshed{untinctured) . 



l.S'JobnHo-: 
dleston Knt. 



:Joane d. & boiro 
of S' Adam de 
Milium Kt. 



I 
Eichard Hudleston Esq'.=Allice. 



S"" Jobn Hodleston Knt.==d. of Henory ffenwick 



I 

Eicbard Hudleston. 



Eichard Hudleston. 



S' Jobn Hudleston Knt. ob.=Jane d. & bcire of Sir Miles 
6 November 9 H. 7. | Stapleton Knt. 



1. Eicbard=Margerett Base 



Hudleston 
ob. in tbe 
liife of bis 
fiatber. 



d. of Novell Erie 
of Warwick ob. 
14 H. 7. 



. S"^ Jobn=d. of 
Lord 
ffitz- 
bugb. 



2 

Hudle- 
ston 
Knt. ob. 
3 H. 8. 



B 



I 

3. Willm.= 
Hudle- 
ston 17 • 
H.7. 



^Issabell d. & 
beire of Jobn 
Novell Mar- 
ques Mounta- 

^1 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CUMBERLAND. 



23 



Eichard 
Hudle- 
ston 
ob. s. p. 



Ai 



B 



Margerett sister 
& heire ux. 
Lancelott 
Salkeld of Ghiw- 
barrow vide 
ffolHo 26. 



I 
Joane sis- 
ter & beire 
ux. Hugh 
ffleming. 



. . . d.= John Hudleston 24= 
of yere old 3 H 8. m. 

Clif- to his 3 wiffe Joyce 
ford d. & heire of John 
1 wiffe. Prickleyof Prickley 
in Com' "Worster. 



:d. S*" John 
Semor 
Knt. sis- 
ter of 
the 
Duke. 



I 

Andrew Hu-: 
dleston of 
ffarington in 
Com' Lanck. 



:Mary 3 d. & 
coheire of 
Cuthbert 
Hutton of 
Hutton in 
Com' 
Comb'land 



I 



I 



S' Hugh=Bridgett=Willm. Anne=Raffe Latur 



Askough Hudle- 
ofSeyton ston. 
in Com' 
Comb'land 
1 hus- 
band 



I 

Joseph Hudle-: 
ston of ffaring- 
ton in Com' 
Lanck. Esq'. 



Pening- Hu- 
ton of dle- 
Munca- ston. 
kaster 
in Com' 
Comb'- 
land 2 
husband. 



of Mil- 
holme in 
Com' 
Comb'land. 



:Ellinor 2. d. of Joseph Pening-: 
Cuthbert Sis- ton of Munc- 
son of Kirk- kaster. • 

barow in 
Westmor- 
land. 



:Issabell d. 
of Willm. 
Copley. 



n 

Raffe Latur Esq. 
2. John LatuB. 



I 

3. : 

Cuth. 
bert. 



Ellenor d. of 
Xrofer South- 
worth of Hen- 
ley in Com' 
Lanck. 



Joyce. 



Bridgett ux. 
John Patterson 
of Bowsted 
Hill in Comb', 
land. 



I 
Willm. Pen-= 

nington of 

Munckaster. 



:Catherin 
d. of Rich- 
ard Sher- 
borne of 
Stonihurst 
in Com' 
Lanck. 



1. Andrew Hu-= 
dleston 13 yere 
old 1617. 



=Dorathey d. of Danyell 
ffleming of Skirwitn in 
Com' Westm'land. 



Dorathey. Margerett. 2. John 
— — Hudle- 

Jane. Maryob.s.p. ston. 



I 



1 daughter. 



2 daughter. 



3 daughter 1637. 



Ellinor ux. Kinard Delabere of Anthony Hudle-: 
Southam in Com' Q-loster. ston 1598. 



:d. & heire of S' Will"^ 
Barwatyne Elnt. 



Willm. Hudleston of Milhom in Com* Combland.==Mary d. of Bridges. 



1. fferdinando Hudle-=Jane d. of S' Raffe 



ston of Milhom 
Castell. 



Gray of Chillingham 
Knt. in Com' North- 
umb'land. 



2. Anthony: 
Hudle- 
ston. 



"I 



:d. of 3. Barentyne 
Greene Hudleston 
of ob. 8. p. 



24 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CUMBERLAND. 



B 



William Hu<ileston=Bridgett d. of Joseph Penington of 



of Milholm. 



Munkaster in Comb'land 1637. 



A sonn. A daughter named Mary ux. Christopher Philipsonn 
of Thtvatterden Hall in Com' Westm'land. 



S' John Hudleston Knt.=d. of Edward Lord Dudley. 



S' John Hudleston of Sawston=Bridgett d. of S' Rob. 



in Com. Cambridg Knt. 



1 
S' Edmund Hu-: 

dleston of 

Sawston Knt. 



Cotton of Landwade 
Knt. 



Charles. Hellen ux. 
Thom. 
Berkler. 



:Dorathey d. & heire of 
Henery Berkonsall of 
Berkonsall in com. 
Lanck. 



"William 
ob. 8. p. 



I. 

AUice ux. Thom. Lovell 
of Harling in Com' 
Norff. Knt. 



S' Henery Hudle-: 

stonofSawsonn 

Knt. 



:Dorathey d. of S' 
Robert Dormer 
Knt. 



Dorathey ux. Henery sonn of 
S' Walter Hastings Knt 
of Kirkby. 



S' Robert Hudle-=Bridgett d. of 



I I 
2. John. 



ston of Sawston 
Knt. 



4. Edward. 



Christopher Lord — 

Roper. 3. Henery. 



Mary. 
Elizabeth. 



I 
John Hudleston. 



Jane ux. S' "Willm. 
"Wiseman of Bradox 
in Com' Essex. 



ffranees ux. Q-eorge 
"Wylde of in 

Com' Sallop. 



Issabell ux. Edward ffortescue 
of ffawborne in Com' Essex 



Margerett d. &'coheire of S'^Riehard Hudle-=Sibbell of Croftes 



WiUm. Knt. 1 wiffe. 



ston Esq. 



2. wiffe (sic). 



T 



I 



Anthony Hudleston. Richard. "William. Lucye ux. John Brookes. 



I 

4. Rich- 
ard 

Hudle- 
ston. 



: Issabell d. & coheire: 
of John Lord Wil- 
liams of Thame. 



•S'" Richard Weynman 
of Careswell in Com' 
Oxon Knt. 



Anthony s. p. 
John 8. p. 



Elizabeth 
s. p. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CUMBERLAND. 



25 



^ameltj. 



Salkeld. 



I 

Eichard Salkeld. 



Salkeld* 
1~ 



1. Hugo ob. 
s. p. 



I 



Bichard Salkeld. 



I 



* This top of descent ^nd soe 
downward is in the office in a booke 
of Entrances of what was delivered 
out of the office beffi}re such time 
as the lords order, 1618, but I 
thinke the other is truer. See p. 4A.f 



2. John Salkeld bro- 
ther & heire. 

T 



•John Sal- 
keld. 



Hugh ob. 
B. p. 



Eichard Salkeld ob. 17 H. 6.==Catherin. Eichard Salkeld.=Catherin. 



I 

Thomas Salkeld. 



1 



1. Thomas Salkeld. 

nr 



I 



Thomas Salkeld. 

~r 



2. John Salkeld of Q-awbarrow. 
T 



Hichard Salkeld. 



Eichard Salkeld Launcelot Salkeld=Margerett sister & Coheire 



lord of Corby. of Garbarrow. 



I 



of Eichard Hodleston. 



Thomas Salkeld Esq'.=Mary d. of Willm. Vaulx. 



I 
1. Launcelott: 

Salkeld 

Esq. 



^Elizabeth d. & coheire of Nicholas 
Bardsey of Bardsey HaU in com' 
Lanck. 



2. Thomas Sal- 
keld of Salter. 



I 
3. John Sal- 
keld of 
Holmerock. 



I I. 

1. flft-ancis. 

2. Nicholas. 



3. Thomas. 

4. launcelott. 



I 

Anne ux. Joseph 
Porter of Bolton. 



I I 

Jane. 
Amye. 



I 

Margerett. 



t In the year 1780 it was discovered that a piece had been cut out at p. 26 of this 
MS. It was since recovered and reinserted in its place vide y^ minutes of the 
Committee of June 23, 1780. 

J. E. Plantas, Keeper of the MS. 

(MS. p. 44.) 



£ 



2G TIIE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CUMI1ERL:VND. 




^n^sonn. 



AlLMS. Argent, a fust gules between three birds sahJf, 
a hordure of the last. 



Tower Ally3onn.=Anne d. of Littildall of Enordall. 



Eobert Allysonu. Jenkyn Allys( 



8. Thomas Allysi 



II II 

John Ally- 1. John Ally-=. . . d. of Reed of 2. Robert. 3. AVilliam. 

Bonn. sonn. I BydersduU. 



Christopher Henery Allyso 
Allysonn. oflioadon. 



—...&. of Eiohiird 
Ilarman of Kent. 




SLamjilus!). 



Arms. Quarlerlg of four : — 1 and 4. Or, a crogtflorff 
gable. 2. ferfegs ardent and gules, gix martlets 
counter changed. 3. Barrg ofdai urgent and gules, 
on a canton of the second a cinquefail or. 

Cbebt. a goat's head aahle, attired and bearded or. 



John Lamplew of Laraplew Hall ii 
Com' Comb 'land. 



=. . . d. of Bam- 
borough. 



S' Thom. Lamplew of 
Lamplew hall in Com' 
Comb'land Knt. 



Ellenor d. & heirc 
of S' Henery ffeu- 



Johu Lamp-=Margerett Anne us. John Ireton sonn 
lewof Lamp- d. of John of John Ireton of Ireton 
lew hall. Penington. in Comb'land. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CUMBERLAND. 



IsBabell d. of=S' John Lamp lew =Catberia d. & Colieire o 



2. Thomas Lamp- 

. lew of Skelemore 

vide Torke /[\ 



John f.amp-^Iasabell d. of Clirist- EJizebeth. Mary ui. ifrances ux. Mabell. 
lewof Lamp- I opher Stapleton of — Thomaa Will"' Porter 

low Hall. Wighill. Anne. SkeltOn. wrfeffolio89. 



Joirn Lamp lew. 




J^aulj:. 



Aems. Qaarlerly of four : — 1. Or, a fegs c\equy 
gulee and of Ihe field hetioixt three garhe of 
the second. (ViULX of CATEitLXif .) 2. Quiet, 
a fess ehequy of the field and or helmxt «> 
garbs of Ihe last. (Vaulx OE Caterltn.) 3. 
Argent, a bend counter-compone or and gnleg. 

(VaULX op TjlEDEaMATNE IN CoMBEKLAND.) 
•S. Vert, a cross moline or. (Delamobe OF 
COMB'iAifD.) "doubtffuU of y» Collera of the 
last Coate." 
CHEax. Alt eagle's head erased sMe, beaked, and 
gorged with a collar or. 

WillimuB Vaulx ffiliua Eoberti. 2. Will"' Huffus. 

_. I j 

2. Bobertus. 3. HenericuB. 



1. "WillimuB le Vauli 



I' John Vaulx Knt. 16. H. 2. 



John Vaulx 82 H. 2. 



1. Will" le Vaulx temp. Eg's Johie. 2. John. 3, Thomas. 



i' Will"" le Vaulx Knt. temp. H. 3. 



1. Wni"=MargeiT le Vaulx fil. 2. John le Vaulx of whome Comes the 
Vaulx, I de Tredermayne. Vaulxes of Odiam in Hampahire. 



Willm. le Vaulxe.=. . . d. of Salkeld of Corby. 2. Jeamea. Join Vaulx. Eowlani 



28 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CUJVIBERLAND. 



John le Vaulxe 48. E. 3. 



John le Vaulxe 20' E. 2. 2. William. 3. Ro 



>bert le 



Vaulxe. 



I 

John le Vaulxe 4. H. 4. 



I. II. 

Will"^ le Vaulx==. . . d. of Browam. 2. John. 3. Thomas. 4. Henerj of whome 



8. H. 5. 



(a cheueron hetwen 
three jffUhea) 



Willm le Vaulx=Issabell d. of 



comes the Vaulxes 
of Lineonshire. 



20. E. 4. 



Delamore. 




OuleSf a cross flory or. 



Mary d. of Skelton 2 wiffe ===John Vaulx of Caterlin=. . . d. of Crakenthorpe 1 
(B. a ffe8 inter Z flower deludes or) - . - 



r 



in Com' Comberland 



wiffe of John. 



2. John Vaux of=Elizebeth dau of Will"> 



the Mylnyke in 
Com* Comb'land. 



Lay ton of Delmayne in 
Com' Comb'land. 




On a bend three escallops. 



I 

1. Ambrose 
Vaulx ob. 
8. p. 



I 
2. Cuthbert 

ob. 8. p 



I 

Aniie ux. Will"* Bros- 
bey of Penrith in 
Comb'land. 



Mary ux. Cuthbert Harr- 
ison of Maudbye in Com' 
Cumberland. 



I '. i J 1 

"Will"* Vaulx=Catherin d. of Peirs Jane ux. Elizebeth ux. Catherinux.Alex- 
of Steresby ffrodinghamofffrod- Richard Rowland Holme ander Watsonn 
inCom' Yorke ingham G-arth in Symp- of . . . in Com' of Perethin Com* 
1584 ob. 8. p. Holdernes. son. Comb'land. Comb'land 



1. William Vaulx of Caterlin.^^Jane d. of Leyborne. 



1. Thomas 2. Rowland: 
ob. s. p. Vaulx. 



:Anne d 
Salkeld. 



. of 3. John. 4. Cuth- Ik 



Cuth- 
bert. 



Mary ux. 
Salkeld. 



Dprothy ux 
Senhowse. 



1 daughter. 2 daughter 3 daughter. 4 daughter. 5 daughter. 



1. William Vaulx. Thomas. 



I 

Humphrey. 



4. Richarde. 5. John. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CUMBERLAND. 



29 




Xretott* 



Abms. Quarterly of four : — 1 and 4. Argenty a fees 
sable, in chief three mullets gules, 2 and 3. 
Argent, two bars and a canton gules, over all 
a bendlet sable. 



Eichard Ireton of Iretoii=Margerett d. of John 



in Com' Comb'land 



Broughton. 



( 

John Ireton of Ireton.= Anne d. of S' Thomas Lamplew of Lamplew Knt. 



ich 



Kichard Ireton of Ireton=Anne d. of S' William Mydleton of Stokeld Knt. 



I \ \ i 

1. John Ireton=Anne d. of X'rofer Stapleton 2. Qeorge Dorathey. Alliee. 
of Ireton. of Wighill, Ireton. 




CIpiborne* 



Abms. Quarterly of four: — 1 and 4. Argent, three 
chevronels interlaced in base and a chief sable, 2 
and 3. Argent, a saltire engrailed vert; over all 
a mullet for difference, 

Eobert Clybome of=Emma d. & coheire of 



... in Com' West- 
mr'land. 



George Kirkbrid of . . . 
in Com'Northumb'land. 



Edward Clyboume=. . . d. of Lavton of Delmayne . . . ux. Kirk- 



of . . . 



in Com. Eichmond. 



brid. 



1. Eichard Cli- 2. John 3. Thomas Clibourne vel Cler- 

bume of Kel- Cli- bourne of Hay Close in Com' 

erby in Com' bourne. Comb'land. 
Eichmond. 



I 

4. ■Will" 
Cli- 
bourne. 



I 

Elizebeth ux. 

JohnThwaite 
of Marston. 



30 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CUMBERLAND. 



Curtoen* 




AbUB. Quarterly offowr : — 1 and i. Argent, frettg ffulet, a chief n; 
Argent, a lion rampant aaile 7naned and crowned or. 



8* Thomas Curwen of — ^Anne d. of Eobt. Lotber 

I 



S* ChriBtopter Curwen o 



^Anne dan. of S^ John Penington of — 



S' Thomas Curwen of — =Aime dan. of 8' John Hudleston of — 
S* Chriatopber Curwen of — ^Margerett dau. of &' Robert Belbngham of — 

i i i I 1 i 

S' Tbomas^Agnes dau. AUice U3. Tho- Helen 2. Edmond John Hobert 
of Walter mas Laraplett ux, John Curwen of Cur- Curwen, 
Strickland ofDecenby. Preston. Cawder. wen. 



S' Henery Curwen. Joane. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CUMBERLAND. 



31 




Curbjen* 



Asms. Argent^ fretty gules, on a chief azure an es- 
callop of the field. 

John Curwen of Camer=. .. sister &heire of Robert 



ton in Com' Comberland. 



I 



Camerton of Camerton. 



Christopher Curwen of=Elizeljeth d. of Sandis of 



Camerton. 



in Com' Comb'land. 



I 



Thomas Curwen of Camerton.=Margerett d. of John Swinbome. 



Will™ Curwen of Camerton= Joane dau. of Christopher Curwen. 



Christopher Curwen of Camerton. ==. . . dau of John Th waits of Th waits. 

I 1 i i 

Oswald Curwen. Brandon Curwen. Anne. Dorathey. 



i^apton* 



Aems. On a lend three escallops {untinctured,) 




Willm. Layton of Delmayne=. . . dau. of Tunstall 



in Com* Comb'land. 



of Thurland. 



S' Bryan Layton Elizabeth ux. John Vaulx of Milwyk in Comb'land . 



32 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CUMBERLAND. 



Ardent, three chevrons gules, in dexter chief an annulet sable. 

** Per Wi'm Dethick Garter Principall King of Armea 1591. Soe much as it is writ in Black. 

S' Thomas Langton Knt. Baron of Newton 
& Lord of Walton in Com' Lankaster. 



S' Henery Langton Knt. 



I 

S' Eob. Langton Knt.: 
baron of !N^ewton. 



Jssabell d. of S' Tbom' 
Gerrard of the Brin. 



2. Randolphe=d. & heire of 
Langton. Balderston. 



Baffe 
Lang- 
ton. 



Jane d. of S' Xrofer Jane 1 ux. Thorn* Bigmaden Ellin ux. S^^ Issabell ux 
Southworth of •of Wedane 2 to Thurstan John South- John Clay- 
Sanesbuiy. Tildersley of Wardley. worth of ton of 

Sumsbery Clayton. 




Thomas 
Langton 
of New- 
ton, 



:Elizebeth Base d. 
S' Edward Stanley 
Lord Mounteagle. 



I I 

"Wil- Issabell ux. 

liam. Bie. Skilli- 
num of 
Skillinum. 



I , 

Elizebeth ux. 
Henery Biron 
of Biron 
Esqr. 



I 



I 



1, Sdtoard Langton dyed 2. Richard 3. Thomas 

in the life of his ffather Langton, Lamgton 

he marid Anne d. of S' p'son of ob. s. p. 

Allexander Osbaldston Wiggan in 

Knt. vid, Lanek. Com.Lanck. 



4. Leonard Lang* 
ton marid Anne d. 
of Leiborne of 
Cunswike in. 
Westm'^land 



I 

6. George 
Langton 
ob. s. p. 



Thomas ob. s. p. Thomas Langton ob. s. p.=Elizebeth d. of S' John Sauage Knt. 



6. Chris- 
topher 
Langton. 




I I 

Ellenor ux. Jane ux. 

Edward Choi- Bichard 

mondley of ffitzher- 

Copnall in bert. 
Com' Staf- 
ford. 



Anne ux John 
JBoZJ 2 brother 
of S' Bichard 
Bold Knt. 



Argentythree chevrons gules , in dexter chief 
a fleur-de-lis sable. 



Mary 1 ux. 
Thom. Bi- 
ron 2 to 
Edw. Win- 
Stanley of 
Winstan- 
ley. 



James Lang/ on. 



J^ 



B 



THE VISITATIOX OF THE COUXTY OF CUMBERLAND. 



33 



Mathew Langton, 



James Langton 63 
yere old 1591. 



I 
2. WilUam Langton of Herton tn 

ConC Comherland, 



"I 



Jone ux. John ffleetwood of Penwortham in Com' Lanck. 

I ^ 

Thomas ffleetwood=Mary d. of Eic. Sherborne of Stoniherst. 



I 
S' Richard ffleetwood of Colwiko in Com' Stafford 

Knt. & Baronett heire to his Cossens. ^ 



**Thi8 Descent was Copied by a noate of S' William Dethicks w*'* hee had taken 
and proued out of the Coart Bovrles of the lands belongiug to the name & ffamily 
of this howse.** 

John Harington of Wreysham in Cartemaile in ffurness in Com. Lanck. 



Jo. Harington of Wreysham in Cartemaile. 

~r 



Willim Harington of Wreysham.=. . . d. & Coheire of Parr. 



1. Thomas Harington attaynted in 
the Rebellion of Martin Swarter 2 
H. 7. lost his lands in Catermayle 
ob. s. p. 



I 2 

Nicholas Harington: 
ofSleydall&Ubery- 
hall, 



:. . . d. & heire of Ro- 
bert Leybome by 
whome heehadUbery 
hall. 



Ihomas Harington=Anne d. of An- 
had TJbery hall thony Porter of 

but dwelt at Wol- Alerby in Com. 
lax in Com. Comb*- Comb' land, 
land ob. 154:2. 



Mi(;hell 
s. p. 

Nicholas 
s. p. 



Margerett^ A nne. 
d. of Tho- ux. Lance- 



mas 

Rookeby 
of Mor- 
ton. 



lott Lanc- 
kaster of 
Sokebridg 
butnoyssue 
by her. y^ 
(sic.) 



I {^obliterated.) 



I 



James Harington of Wollax==Q-race . . . Lancelott Ian- Thomas 
63 yere old 1601. 



kaster of Sokebridge. 



Lankaster. 



I 



1. Thomas Harington 23 yere old 1601. 2. James. 3. Henery. Allice 



F 



34 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CUMBERLAND. 



A| 



3. John Haring- 
ton ob. s. p. 



. . . ux. John 
Lee of Tsell. 



I 

. . . ux. Skelton 
of Branthwaite 
in Comb'land s.p. 



I 

Ellinor ux. Eichard 
Duckett of arayrigg 
in Com. 'Westm'^laud. 



Thomas s. p. Christopher. 



3BurrelL 

John Burrell of Howtell=Elizabeth d. of Eevely 



in Com. Comb'land. 



of Augcrofte. 



John Burrell of Howtell 1616.=Elizabeth d. of Osbert Collingwood of Isell. 



Catherin ux. Edward 
Eedhead of Morepeth. 



Barbara ux. 
John Hoye. 



Willm. Burrell: 
of Howtell. 



2. Thomas 
Burrell. 



: Elizabeth d. of G-eorge 
Morton of Morton. 



William Burrell 3 yere old 1615. 



I 



J. John 



8. Launee- 4. 

lott. Burrell. 



5. Anthony ifortuno ux James 
Burrell. Lawe of 



l&etjerittfiton* 

. . . Hetherington of Bletton in Com' Comb'land. 



1. Christopher Hether- 2 
ington of Bletton. 



. John 
ington. 



1 I I 

1. The 



John He- Issa- 1. Thomas, daugh- 
theriDg- bell. — ters. 

ton. 2. William. 



Hether- 3. Thomas Hether- 
ington of Walton 
in Comb'land • 
marid Alliee d. of 
Lyvock of 
Combland. 



John Hethermg- 
ton. 

William Hether- 
ton. 



Edward Hether- 2. William Hether- =Margerett d. of Kirkby of 
ington. ington a Captaine. Holdernes in Com' York. 



Dauid Hetherington. 



I 
Henery. 



Margerett 
ob. s. p. 



Elizabeth ux. Stephen 
Atkinsonn. 



I. 

Alliee ux. Thomas Craigill 
of in Com' Combland. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CUMBERLAND. 



00 




'^TO ^^^\- " ^^^ 



th( 



goiter* 




Abm8. Quarterly of four : — 1 and 4. Chiles, on a fess 
or three hells azure mthin a hordure engrailed 
argent, 2. Or, six annulets sable, three, two, 
and one, 3. Mrmine, fretty gules, on a chief of 
the last a crescent or for difference, 

4 

Cbest. An antelope^ 8 hea^d erased argent, attired 
gules, gorged with two bends sinister or. 



Thomas Porter of Bol- 
ton in Alerdale in 
Com' Comb'land. 



:. . . d. <& coheire of Thomas 
Lowther of Alwath als. 
Crosby Alward. 



!• Will =Elizebethd. of Eichard Eagle- 2. Thomas 
Porter. ffeld of Alanbrigg. Porter. 



1. Anthony Porter= Jane d. & Coheire of Eowlan 
of AUerby in Com' I Thomborough of Osmotherly 
Comb*land. I in Com' Lanek. 



Ado't 
(sic.) 



Ellen d.: 
of Rob t. 
liriggs. 



:Willm.: 
Porter. 






=frraneis d. of & coheire of 
John Lamplew of Lamplew 
hall in Com' ComViand. 



Ado't 
(sic.) 



John Anne ux. Thomas Har- 
Porter a rington of "WoUax in 
Freest. Com' Comb'land. 



II I II 

1. Anthony Porter. 3. "William Porter. 4. James. 6. George Mary Porter. 

— — Porter. 

2. Thomas Porter. 5. Eichard 



38 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CUMBERLAND. 



^s^on^. 



Mathew Askough of Lacra in Com* Gomb'land. 
jT 

I 
Bichard Askough of Lacra. 

T 



i 



John Askough of Lacra. 

T" 



John Askough 2. Christopher Askough of Bliburgh 
of Lacra. in Com' Lincon. tide Lincon. 

T 4^ 

Anthony Askough of Lacra. 



Hugh Askough of Lacra. 



1 



jirins of CuTJi'beria/zdy GentTy. 
as tricbedy in^ Marleiaii MS. If 7S36. 








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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Names in Italies have their arms blazoned. 

CAPJTALS are the headings of pedigrees. 



» 



Allen, John, 36. 

Allysonn, 26. 

ALLYSONN, 26. 

Appleby, Thomas, 4. 

Aprice, Elizabeth, 2. Wil- 
liam, 2. 

Armarar, — , 16. 

Arundel, Thomas, 18. 

Asemundirlaw, William, 22. 

ASKOUGH, 37, 38. 

Askough, Hugh, 23. Walter, 6 . 

Atkins, Richard, 21. 

Atkinson, Anne, 37. Eliza- 
beth, 34. John, 37. Ste- 
phen, 34. Thomas, 6. 

Audley^ 9. 

Ausththwayte, Constance, 9. 
Thomas, 9. 

Balderston, — , 32. 

Bamborough, — , 26. 

Bardsey, Elizabeth, 25. Ni- 
cholas, 25. 

Barret, John, 10. Joyce, 10. 

Barwatyne, William, 23. 

Barwis, Ann, 6. Thomas, 6. 

Beauchamp, Alice, 1. Eliza- 
beth, 1. Jonet, 1. Mar- 
garet, 1. Thomas, 1. 

Beeston, Christopher, 20. 

Bell, Richard, 1. 

Bellingham, Margaret, 30. 
Robert, 30. 

Berkler, Thomas, 24. 

Berkonsall, Dorothy, 24. 
Henry, 24. 

BERWIS, 15. 

Bevington, George, 14. 

Bird, 7. 

BIRD, 7. 

Biron, Henry, 32. Thomas, 32. 

Blinco, Anthony, 36. 

Bold, John, 32. Richard, 32. 

Bonner, — , 19. 

Borne, — ,16. 

Borowdale, Dorothy, 4. Ro- 
bert, 4. 
Bourman, Mary, 19. Simon, 
19. 

Bowman, Thomas, 2. 

Boyvill, Henry, 22. 



Brathwayte, Mary, 12. Tho- 
mas, 5, 12. 

Bray, John, 19. Margery, 19. 
Marv, 19, 21. Reginald, 19, 
21. Richard, 19. 

Bridges, Mary, 23. 

Briggs, Agnes, 1. Ellen, 35. 
John, 1. Robert, 35. Tho- 
mas, 1. 

Brisko, 11. 

BRISKO, 11, 12. 

Brisko,, — , 6. Jane, 15. Robert. 
Leonard, 17. Richard, 17. 

Brookes, John, 24. 

Brosbey, William, 28. 

Broughton, John, 29. Mar- 
garet, 29. 

Browam (Brougham ?), 28. 

Browdell, John, 9. 

Browne, Richard, 11. Robert, 
20. 

Bulkelev, Catherine, 18. Mary, 
18. Richard, 18. 

Burcott, Doctor, 10. 

Bumell, 3. 

BURRELL, 34. 

Burton, — , 1 0. 

Camerton, Robert, 31. 

Cape, Elizabeth, 37. John, 37. 

Carlton, Thomas, 3. 

Cams, Margaret, 20. William, 
20. 

Cavendish, Elizabeth, 20. J^- 
chard, 20. 

CHAMBER, 5, 6. 

Chamber, Abraham, 37. Ro- 
bert, 37. 

Chatteris, William, 37. 

Cholmondeley, Edward, 32. 

Clayton, John, 32. 

Cock, Ann, 2. John, 2. 

Clifford, Dorothy, 3. Henry, 
3. Hester, 20. Maud, 36. 
Simon, 14. Thomas, 36. 
William, 20. 

Clybomey 29. 

CLYBORNE, 29. 

Coldall, Barbara, 12. Elea- 
nor, 12. John, 12. Ri- 
chard, 12. 



Colepepper, Margaret, 21. 
Walter, 21. 

Collingwood, Elizabeth, 34. 
Osbert, 34. 

Colpeper, Mary, 18. 

Colte, Bridget, 20. 

Conquest, Edmond, 21. Eli- 
zabeth, 21. 

Cooke, iSdward, 18. Eliza- 
beth, 18. 

Copland, Elizabeth, 16. 

Copley, Isabel, 23. William, 
23. 

Copton, — , 19. 

Coron, Henry, 5. 

Cotton, Bridget, 24. Robert, 24. 

Craighill, liomas, 34. 

Crakenthorpe, — ^ 7, 28. 

Crakplace, Oswald, 3. 

Crofton, John, 11. Margaret, 
11. 

Curwen, 30, 31. 

CURWEN, 30, 31. 

Curwen of Camerton, 31. 

CURWEN of Camerton, 31. 

Curwen, — , 20. Catherine, 4. 
Christopher, 27. Elizabeth, 
36. Isabel, 27. Thomas, 3, 
36. 

Dacre, Francis, 15. William, 

15. 
Dalston, 5. 
DALSTON, 5. 
Dalston, — , 37. Jane, 18. 

John, 4, 18. 
Damn water, — , 3. 
Darwentwater, John, 15, 
Delabere, Kinard, 23. 
JDelamoref 27, 28. 
Delamore, Isabel, 28. 

Dixon, John, 17. Margaret, 17. 

Dodinge, Miles, 18. 

Dormer, Dorothy, 24. Robert, 
24. 

Duckett, Alice, 10. Richard, 
10, 34. 

DUDLEY, 36. 

Dudley, — , 3. Alice, 15. Ed- 
mond, 15. Edward, 24. 

Dykes, Isabel, 11. William, 11. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Eaglefield, Elizabeth, 35. 
Bichaid, 35. 

Elderton, — , 19. 

EUiott, — , 20. 

Ellis, Robert, 12. 

English, Doctor, 21. William, 
2. 

Eveleigh, John, 18. Marga- 
ret, 18. 

Felton, Anne, 20. Thomas, 20. 
Fenwick, — , 15. Ellinor, 26. 

Henry, 22, 26. 
Femes or Feron, 26. 
Fetherston, Albany, 36. Anne, 

3. 
Ffenwyd, Bobert, 19. 
Fitzherbert, Richard, 32. 
Fitzhugh, Lord, 22. 
Fleetwood, John, 33. Richard, 

33. Thomas, 33. 
Fleming f 9. 
Fleming, Daniel, 23. Dorothy, 

23. Hugh, 23. Joan, 23. 

John, 10. Margaret, 10. 
Fletcher, Henry, 4. Jane, 4. 
Forster, Catherine, 27. Guy, 

27. 
Fortescue, Edward, 24. 
Frodingham, Catherine, 28. 

Piers, 28. 

Gardiner, Elizabeth, 36. John, 

36. 
Gent, Henry, 5. Thomas, 5. 
Gerrard, Elizabeth, 32. John, 

20. Margery, 20. Thomas, 

32. 
Goodyere, Henry, 3. 
Oospatrick, 7» 
GU)spatrick, Enmia, 7. 
Gray, Jane, 23. Ralph, 23. 
Greene, — , 23. 
Grimstone, Catherine, 15. 
Gitllj Thomas, 7. 
GuU, Lucy, 7. Robert, 7. 

Hamond, Margaret, 18. "Wil- 
liam, 18. 

Hambury, John, 21. Mary, 21. 

Hancastle, Thomas, 1. 

Hanford, Elizabeth, 14. Tho- 
mas, 14. 

Harman, Richard, 26. 

HARINGTON, 33, 34. 

Harrington, Thomas, 35, 36. 

Harrison, Cuthbert, 28. Mary, 
28. 

Hastings, Henry, 24. Walter, 
24. 

Herbert, Edward, 10. Percy, 
10. William, 10. 

HETHERINGTON, 34. 

Higgs, John, 21. 

Highmore, 4. 

HIGHMORE, 4. 

Highmore, Elizabeth, 2. Ro- 
bert, 2. 

Hildesley, Mary, 14. Wil- 
liam, 14. 

Minton, 9. 



Holme, Rowland, 28. 

Hoye, John, 34. 

HUDLESTON, 22, 23, 24. 

HUDLESTON of Milholme, 
13. 

Hudleston, Anne, 10, 30. 
John, 30. Margaret, 25. 
Richard, 10, 25. 

Humfrey, Richard, 18. 

Hunter, James, 6. 

HtUton, 1. 

HUTTON, 1. . 

Hutton, Cuthbert, 23. Mary, 
23. 

Hyde, Bridget, 21. Nicho- 
las, 21. 

Ingerham, Hastings, 14. 

Ireton, 29. 

IRETON, 29. 

Ireton, Anne, 26. John, 26. 

Irtottj 16. 

IRTON, 16. 

Irton, John, 36. Mary, 36. 

Jennings, Mary, 19. Robert, 
19. 

Kendal, — , 21. 

Kirkbride, — , 29. Emma, 29. 

George, 29. Isabel, 7. John, 

7. 
Kirkbryd^ 5. 
Kirkby, Jane, 4. Margaret, 34. 

Lamplett, Thomas, 30. 

Lamplughy 26. 

LAMPLUGH, 26, 27. 

Lamplugh, Anne, 29. Fran- 
ces, 35. John, 35. Thomas, 
29. 

Langton, 32. 

LANGTON, 32, 33. 

LankasteTy 3. 

Lankaster, Grace, 33. Lance- 
lot, 33. Roger, 36. WH- 
liam, 3. 

Lapthes, Edward, 6. 

Lawe, James, 34. 

Latur, John, 23. Ralph, 23. 

Layton, 28, 31. 

LAYTON, 31. 

Lavton, — , 29. Elizabeth, 28. 
William, 28. 

Lee, John, 34. 

Leege, Elizabeth, 12. John, 
12. 

Leek, Isabel, 10. John, 10. 

Ley, Agnes, 2. John, 2. Wil- 
liam, 2. 

licybome, Anne, 32. Jane, 
28. Robert, 33. 

Lightfoot, Robert, 6. 

Littildall, Ann, 26. 

Littleton, Edward, 21. 

Lovell, Thomas, 24. 

Lowther, 3. 

LOWTHER, 3. 

Lowther, Agnes, 2. Anne, 3. 
Margaret, 37. Richard, 37. 
Robert, 30. Thomas, 35. 



Lueey, 3. 
Lucy, Lord, 3. 
Luther, — , 20. 
Lyvock, Alice, 34. 

Man, Anne, 20. Robert, 20. 

Martindale, Thomas, 7. 

Michell, Joan, 19. Thomas, 
19. 

Midleton, Frances, 3. John, 3. 

Middleton, William, 36. 

MiUumy 22. 

Milium, Adam, 22. Anne, 20. 
Arthur, 22. Godardus, 22. 
Gunilda, 22. Henry, 22. 
Joan, 22. Robert, 20. Wil- 
liam, 22. 

Morton, Elizabeth, 34. George, 
34. 

Musgrave, — , 36. Alice, 1. 
Anne, 12. Cuthbert, 2. 
Ellen, 3. Richard, 5. Tho- 
mas, 1. William, 3. 

Mydelton, Anne, 29. Wil- 
liam, 29. 

Nevill, Isabel, 22. John, 22. 
Margaret, 22. Richard, 22. 

Nevison, Elizabeth, 18. Tho- 
mas, 18. 

Orffer, Jane, 12. William, 12. 

Orford, Elizabeth, 17. Wil- 
liam, 17. 

Osbaldiston, Alexander, 32. 
Anne, 32. 

Parke, Elizabeth, 18. Tho- 
mas, 18. 

Parr, — , 33. Margaret, 15. 

Patriekson, 4. 

PATRICKSON, 4. 

Patterson, John, 23. 

Pennington, Anne, 30. Brid- 
get, 24. John, 26, 30. Jo- 
seph, 23, 24. Margatet, 26. 
Wmiam, 23. 

Penruddock, 2. 

PENRUDDOCK, 2. 

Person, 7. 

Person, Henry, 14. Marga- 
ret, 7. Thomas, 7. 

Philipson, Christopher, 24. 

Phillipson, Barbara, 1 8. My les, 
18. 

Porter, 35. 

PORTER, 35. 

Porter, Anne, 33. Anthonv, 
33. Joseph, 25. William, 27. 

Powis, Alice, 36. Dorothy, 
36. Edward, 36. George, 
36. Jane, 36. Walter, 36. 

Preston, John, 30. 

Prickley, John, 23. Joyce, 33. 

Quilter, —,19. 

RADCLIFF, 15. 
Rapine, George, G. Mary, 6. 
Ratcliffe, Gawen, 14. John, 
36. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Rawson, Margaret, 17. Wil- 
liam, 17. 

Redhead, Edward, 34. 

Redman, Edward, 16. Maud, 
16. Richard, 16. 

Reed, — , 26. 

Revelev, Elizabeth, 34. 

RICmiOND, 37. 

Richmond, John, 3. 

Rigmaden, Thomas, 32. 

Robins, WiUiam, 20. 

Rookeby, Margaret, 33. Tho- 
mas, 33. 

Roos, Ann, 17. 

Roper, Bridget, 24. Christo- 
pher, 24. 

IU:)useby, Hugo, 22. William, 
22. 

Salkeld, 12. 

SALKELD, 25. 

Salkeld, Alice, 14. Anne, 28. 
Janet, 12. John, 14. Lance- 
lot, 23. Margaret, 23, 27. 
Thomas, 12, 14. 

Sandford, Dorothy, 36. Ed- 
mund, 36. Elizabeth, 4. 
Richard, 4. 

SANDIS, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21. 

Saudis, Francis, 6. Mary, 18. 

Sands, Elizabeth, 21,31. Jane, 
21. Mabel, 12. Margaret, 
19. WilUam, 12, 19. 

Savage, Elizabeth, 32. John, 
32. Roger, 21. 

Scrimshire, Edward, 18. 

Scrogs, — , 10. 

Selby, — , 6. 

Senhouse, — , 28. Margaret, 
10. Thomas, 10. 

Senior, John, 23. 

Sonnowes, Bishop of Carlisle, 
12. 

Senowes of Seascall, 13. 

Seymour, John, 23. 

Sharke, Isabel, 6. James, 6. 

Sherborne, Catherine, 23. 
Mary, 33. Richard, 23, 33. 

Sibell of Croftes, 24. 



Simes, William, 6. 

Sisson, Cuthbert, 23. Ellinor, 
23. 

SKELTON, 36. 

Skelton, — , 34. Catherine, 
12. Clement, 12. Ellinor, 
17. John, 17. Mary, 14, 
28. Thomas, 27. 

Skillinum, Richard, 32. 

Southcote,Anne, 18. Thomas, 
18. 

Southworth, Christopher, 23, 
32. Ellinor, 23. Jane, 32. 
John, 32. 

Stanley, 8, 9. 

Stanley of Dalgarth, 8. 

Stanley of Zee, in Sussex, 8. 

STANLEY, 8, 9, 10. 

Stanley, Edward, 32. Eliza- 
beth, 32. Thomas, 10. 

Stapleton, Anne, 29. Christo- 
pher, 27, 29. Isabel, 27. 
Jane, 22. Miles, 22. 

Steed, Cicely, 21. John, 21. 
WiUiam, 21. 

Stonor, — , 14. 

Strieklandy 3. 

Strickland, — , 17. Anne, 30. 
Margaret, 3. Walter, 30. 
WiUiam, 3. 

Sutton, Thomas, 36. 

Swinbome, John 31. Mar- 
garet, 31. ' 

Sympson, Richard' 28. 

Temple, Hester, 21. Thomas, 

21. 
Thirkeld, Elizabeth, 14. Joan, 

7. John, 14. Lancelot, 3, 

36. Sarah, 36. WUHam, 7. 
Thompson, Grace, 37. John, 

37. 
Thomborough,Anne,17. Jane, 

35. Rowmnd, 17, 35. 
Thomworth, Catiierine, 5. 

John, 5. 
Thwaite, John, 29, 31. 
Th waits, John, 14. 
Tichbome, Richard, 19. 



TUdersley, Thurstan, 32. 
Tiptoft, John, 36. Joyce, 36. 
TirreU, Catherine, 5. Tho- 
mas, 5. 
Tolson, — , 5. Catherine, 5. 
Tubman, — , 26. 
Tunstal, — , 31. 
TylyoU, 3. 
TylyoU, Pierce, 3. 

VaulXy 27. 

Vaulx of Tredermayne, 27. 

VAULX, 27, 28. 

Vaulx, John, 31. Mary, 25. 

John, 25. 
Vaulx of Caterlyny 27. 

Walker, Thomas, 10. 

WaUer, — , 17. 

War cop, 3, 5. 

Wareop of Lamersyde, 5. 

Warcop, Frances, 5. Tho- 
mas, 5. 

Watson, Alexander, 28. 

Welshman, James, 6. 

Weston, John, 20. Richard, 
19. 

Weynman, Richard, 24. 

Whinno, GUbert, 11. Margaret, 
11. 

White, Henry, 19. 

Wilford, Cicely, 17. James, 
10. Thomas, 17, 18. 

WiUiams, Isabel, 24. John, 24. 

Williamson^ 14. 

WILLIAMSON, 14. 

Wilson, John, 6. 

Winder, Margaret, 6. WU- 
Ham, 6. 

Winstanley, Edward, 32. 

WintershiiU, Robert, 19. 

Wiseman, William, 24. 

Wivell, Grace, 20. Robert, 
20. 

Wortley, Richard, 36. 

Wyatt, Francis, 18. 

Wylde, George, 24. 

Yong, — , 1. 



INDEX 



OP 



PLACES MENTIONED IN THE VISITATION. 



Abbot's Holme, 37. 

Alanbrigg, 35. 

Albury, Hertfordshire, 21. 

Aldeimam, Hertfordshire, 11. 

Alderwyke, 27. 

Alerby, AlVerby, 33, 35. 

Alerdale, 35. 

Alwath, 35. 

Ambleside, Westmorland, 14. 

Aquilat, Staffordshire, 18. 

Arkeilby, 2. 

Armathwayt, 2, 4, 36. 

Amaby, 10. 

Asemimdirlaw, 22. 

Askham, 36. 

Astwaite, Westmorland, 20. 

Audley, Essex, 10. 

Augcrofte, 34. 

Ausththwayte, 9, 10. 

Bamborough, 26. 

Bardsey, Lancashire, 25. 

Barphew, Hampshire, 21. 

Bassingwhayte Hawes, 37. 

Battiscombe, Wiltshire, 14. 

Bees, St., 17. 

Berkonsall, Lancashire, 24. 

Bewmarish (Beaumms), An- 
glesey, 18. 

Birmingham, Worcestershire 
(Warwickshire?), 19. 

Biron, 32. 

Blenco 36. 

Bletton, 34. 

Bliburgh (Blyborough), Lin- 
colnshire, 38. 

Bolingbroke, Lincolnshire, 20. 

Bowstead Hill, 23. 

Bradox, Essex, 24. * 

Branthwaite, 34. 

Braythwayte, 9. 

Brimmifield, Gloucestershire, 
21. 

Brisko, 11. 

Bromfield, 6. 

Brydkirk (Bridekirk), 5. 

Bryn, The, 32. 

Bumpsted, Essex, 5. 

Burbicke, 6. 

Bumishyde, Westmorland, 12. 



Bumton, Somersetshire, 20. 
Burton-upon-Ewer, Yorkshire, 

20. 
Butteries, (Blatterleas). 6. 

Camerton, Northumberland, 
31. 

Canishead, Conishead, Lan- 
cashire, 5, 18. 

Csinmyre, 1. 

Carlisle, 3, 6, 11, 12. 

Carlton, 13. 

Carswall How, 4. 

Cartmaile, Cartmpl, Lanca- 
shire, 33. 

Caterlyn, 27, 28. 

Cawder, 30. 

Charterhouse, London, 36. 

Chidley, Devonshire, 14. , 

Chillingham, Northumberland, 
23. 

Christchurch, Hampshire, 19. 

Clatbury, Worcestershire, 21. 

Clayton, 32. 

Cockermouth, 3, 4. 

Cokbrig, 3. 

Colwike, Staffordshire, 33. 

Comington, Northumberland, 
15. 

Copnall, Staffordshire, 32 

Corby, 12, 25, 27. 

Crakplace Hall, 14. 

Cray, North, Kent, 18. 

Croft Cannonby, 11. 

Croftebrigge, Yorkshire, 37. 

Crofton, 11, 12, 17. 

Crofts, 24. 

Cromer's Gifford, Oxfordshire, 
14. 

Crosby, Alward, 35. 

Cunswike, Westmorland, 32. 

Cury Rivell, Somersetshire, 19. 

Dalgarth, 9, 10. 
Dalston, 5, 18. 
Decenby, 30. 
Delmayne, 28, 29, 31. 
Denford, Northamptonshire, 

14. 
Derwent water, 15, 36. 



Dundrawin, 11. 
Durham, 12. 

Eastwaite, Lancashire, 20. 
Edmondbrldge, 11. 
Edmonton, Middlesex, 10. 
Emelton, 14. 
Enordale, 26. 

Falston, Wiltshire, 2. 
Farington, Lancashire, 23. 
Fawbome, Essex, 24. 
Fetherstonhaugh, 36. 
Filehead, Lancashire, 19. 
Fittleworth, Sussex, 10. 
Fredingham Garth, Yorkshire, 

28. 
Freesington, 4. 
Freslington, 12. 
Fumess, Lancashire, 6, 17, 20, 

23. 
Fumess Fell, Lancashire, 17. 

Gawborow, 23, 25. 

Gillesland, 15. 

Grayrigg, Westmorland, 34. 

Gray*8 Inn, London, 20. 

Greyswithin, 9. 

Grome, Buckinghamshire, 36. 

Hale, Wiltshire, 2. 
Hallthwaytes, 9, 10. 
Halstead, Leicestershire, 5. 
Halton, 12. 
Hampsfield, 17. 
Harewood, Yorkshire, 1 6. 
Harling, Norfolk, 24. 
Hartridge, Kent, 17. 
Harwell, Nortiiamptonshire, 

11. 
Harwich, Essex, 20. 
Hay Close, 29. 
Henley, Lancashire, 23. 
Herton, 33. 
Hiehill, 14. 
Highatt Castle, 37. 
High Qose, 12. 
Holdemesse, Yorkshire, 34. 
Holme Abbey, 37. 
Holmecrbck, 25. 



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INDEX OF PLACES. 



Holme Cultram, 6, 37. 

Holme in Holdemessey York- 
shire, 6. 

Houo^hton Conquest) Bedford- 
shire, 21. 

Howgill, Westmorland, 4. 

Howtell, 34. 

Himborough, Oxfordshire, 21. 

Hutton, 23. 

Ireton, 26, 29. 
Irton, 16. 
IseU, 34. 

Kelerby, Yorkshire, ^9. 
Kelmarsh, Northamptonshire, 

21. 
Kent, 24. 

Kirkbarow, Westmorland, 23. 
Kirkby, 24. 
Kirkby, Lancashire, 4. 

Lacra, 38. 

Lamersyde, 5. 

Lamplew (Lamplugh), 26, 27, 

29, 36. 
Landwade, 24. 
Lanrig, 12. 
Lapthes, 6. 
Latimers, Buckinghamshire, 

20, 21. 
Lee, Sussex, 10. 
Lincoln's Inn, London, 12, 14. 
Little Puttenham, Surrey, 20. 
Little Wolmer, Worcester- 

shire 14 
London, 4,*6, 10, 16, 17, 18, 19, 

20, 26, 36. 
Lowther, Westmorland, 3, 37. 

Marston, 29. 

Maudbye, 28. 

Mears Ashby, Northampton- 
shire, 14. 

Mehere, 14. 

Midleton Hall, Westmorland, 
3. 

Milhohne, 13, 23, 24. 

Minster Lovell, Oxfordshire, 
14. 

Milwood, 6. 

Morpeth, 34. 

Morton, 33, 34. 

Muncaster, 23, 24. 

Musgrave, Westmorland, 3. 

Mylbeck, 14. 

Mylnyke, Mylwyke, 28, 31. 

Nanton, Gloucestershire, 21. 



Newhall, 14. 

Newington, Middlesex, 36. 
Newton, Lancashire, 32. 
Newton Conyers, Yorkshire, 

6. 
Nonington, Kent, 18. 
Northbome, Kent, 18. 
North Cray, Kent, 18. 

Odiham, Hampshire, 27. 
Ombersley, Worcestershire, 

18. 
Ortham, Surrey, 20. 
Osmotherley, Lancashire, 35. 
Owterside, 2. 

Pardsey Hall, 26. 

Penrith, 1, 28. 

Penwortham, Lancashire, 33. 

Pereth, 28, Pireth, 7. 

Petherton, South, Somerset- 
shire, 19. 

Peterborough, Northampton- 
shire, 6. 

Pettrell Wraye, 12. 

Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire, 7. 

Playford, Suffolk, 20. 

PHmland, 6. 

Polesworth, Warwickshire, 3. 

Pradsey, 14. 

Prickley, Worcestershire, 23. 

Puttenham, Little, Surrey, 23. 

Redcastle, Montgomeryshire, 

10. 
Eetenden, Essex, 18. 
Rotington, 12, 17. 
Rouseby, 22. 

Royston, Hertfordshire, 6. 
Rydersdale, 26. 

St. Bees, 17. 
Salter, 25. 
Sanesbury, 32. 

Sawston, Cambridgeshire, 24. 
Seascall, 13. 
Seyton, 23. 

Shire (Shore), Surrey, 19. 
Skelsmore, 27. 
Skillinmn, 32. 
Skirwith, Westmorland, 23. 
Smardale, Westmorland, 5. 
Sokebridge, 13. 
Southam, Gloucestershire, 23. 
South Petherton, Somerset- 
shire, 19. 
Stanleigh, 9. 
Stede Hill, Kent, 21. 
Steresby, Yorkshire, 28. 



Steydall, 33. 

Steyne, Northamptonshire, 21. 

Stocton, 9. 

Stokhow, 4. 

Stonor, Oxfordshire, 14. 

Stonyhurst, Lancashire, 23, 

33. 
Stowe, Buckinghamshire, 21. 
Sumersbery, 32. 

Thame, Oxfordshire, 24. 
Thaxted, Essex, 36. 
Thurterden, Westmorland, 18. 
Thwaites, 31. 
Thwatterden, Westmorland, 

24. 
Tichb^me, Hampshire, 19. 
Toffley, Gloucesterehire, 21. 
Tomey, 20. 
Tredermayne, 27. 
Trimley, Suffolk, 20. 

Uberyhall, 33. 

Uldon, 4. 

Uneserder, Gloucestershire, 21. 

Varigg, 14. 

Vine, The, Hampshire, 21. 

Wadham Ferres (Woodham- 
Ferrera), Essex, 17, 20. 

Waitholl, 11. 

Walton, 34. 

Walton, Lancashire, 32. 

Warcop, Westmorland, 5. 

Wardley, 32. 

Wardour, Wiltshire, 18. 

Wedane, 32. 

Westward, 11. 

Whinno, 11. 

Wigan, Lancashire, 32. 

Wighill, 27. 

Wigton, 37. 

Wilbarton, Cambridgeshire, 18. 

Winstanley, 32. 

WintershiUl, Surrey, 19. 

Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, 18. 

Wishaw, Warwickshire, 2. 

Wolmer, Little, Worcester- 
shire, 14. 

Wollax, 33, 35. 

Wolsted Castle, 5, 6. 

Worcester, 17, 20. 

Workington, 3, 5. 

Wreysham, Lancashire, 33. 

Yeanwith, 36. 
York, 17. 




ERRATA AND NOTES FOR VISITATION 

OF DEVON. 



(Frontispibcb.) 

Note, — ^The signaturli^is a fax^simile taken, by the kind permission of the authorities of the College 
of ArmS) from the funeral certificate of Sir Wm. Pole, Knt., and is that of his son, the first 
baronet. 

Page \2.—For " Pollerfen " read « PoUexfen." 

Page 13. — For " Gules^ on a bend argent^ between six crosses Jitchie of the last" read " Chtlesj on a 
bend between six crosses formSe fitch4e argent ; and omit altogether the second ^^ Arms : Gules, 
etc.y sable." 

Page 15.— -For " Blewst " read " Blewet." 
Page 33.— -For " Belleaw " read " Bellew." 

Page 43. — For *' Arthure " read " Thomas " (signature). 

Page 44. — For " Cawoodley " read " Calwoodleigh " (heading). 

Page 61.— For " Rashhley " read " Rashley." 

^Page 70. — Note. The old coat of " Coplestone" as given in the older visitations, and as used by 
Coplestone of Woodland, comprised the following quarterings only : — Graas, Hawley, Tre- 
silian, Hiwis, Bonville, Gorges, St. John, Wibbery, Fitzwalter, Fleming, Berkeley ; and the 
crest was, '^ a demi-griffin salient gulesy without wings" A second crest is given in one MS., 
viz. " A coil of rope or." (Qu. Hawley ?) 

Page 78.— -For " Banfield " read " Bamfield." 

Page 88.— After ''gules" insert (?). 

Page 89.— For ''azure" read "argent." 

Page 94. — For " Murbury " read " Musbury." 

Page 126.— -For "Bamstabbe" read *' Barnstable." 

Page 198. — For "bowes" read "honeB." 

Page 207. — For " Segman " read " Seyman." 

Page 228.— J^or " Golden " read " Solden." 

Page 279.— J5br " pile " read " file." 

Page 340.— -For " Trevilian " read " Tresilian " (though the former is in the MS.). 



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due on the 1st day of January in each year ; and Members elected after 
two hundred and fifty shall have joined, shall pay an Entrance Fee ot 
10s, 6d. in addition to their first Annual Subscription. 

6. The funds raised by the Society shall be expended in publishing 
such works as are selected by the Council. 

7. One volume at least shall be supplied to the Members every year. 

8. An Annual Meeting shall be held in the month of June every year, 
at such time and place as the Council may direct ; and due notice shall be 
sent to the Members of the Society at least a fortnight previously. 

9. No work shall be supplied to any Member unless his Subscription 
for the year be paid ; and any member not having paid his subscription 
for two years, having received notice thereof, shall cease to belong to the 
Society. 

10. The Council may, at their discretion, pay the expense of transcribing 
from manuscripts whenever two hundred Members, at least, shall have 
joined the Society ; but no payment in money shall be made to any person 
for editing any work for the Society. 

11 . No copies of the Publications of the Society shall be supplied to 
persons not actually Members, and each Member shall be restricted to a 
single Subscription. 

12. An account of the receipts and expenses of the Society to be made 
up to the 1st of June in each year, and published with a list of the Mem- 
bers and the Kules of the Society in the following volume. 

13. These Eules shall not be altered except at the Annual Meeting, and 
three clear weeks* notice must be given to the Secretary of any such 
intended alteration. 



The Visitation of Cumberland, is now ready ^ and will he followed hy 
Le Neve*s Catahgue qf Knights, 



gjep0rt fjor tljt §tKX X871-72. 

The Council have pleasure in reporting the steady progress of the 
Society. 

During the past year twenty -five members have joined the Society. 
Three are dead, Mrs. Baker, Mr. Charles Thurnam, and the Eev. E. 
Wilton ; and five have resigned. The total number on the roll at present 
is two hundred and eighty-six. 

Since the foundation of the Society in 1869, three hundred members 
have joined, fourteen having died and resigned since then. 

During the past year the Society has published * The Visitations of 
Nottingham,' by G. W. Marshall, Esq., LL.M., F.S.A., and * The 
Visitations of Oxford,' by W. H. Turnee, Esq. *The Visitation of 
Devon,' edited by the Eev. F. T. Colby, B.D., F.S.A., is ready. * The 
Visitation of Cumberland,' edited by John Fetherston, Esq., F.S.A., is 
in the press. These volumes will comprise the publications for the present 
year. 

The Council have much pleasure in announcing that Joseph Jackson 
Howard, Esq., LL.D., F.S.A., and Colonel Joseph Lemuel Chester, 
have undei-taken to edit the valuable 'Visitation of London in 1633, 1634, 
and 1635,' which has been selected for the publication for next year. 

Owing to the importance of this Visitation, embracing as it does many 

' of the pedigrees of the younger branches of the County families, it has 

been deemed expedient to authorize the illustration of this volume by 

means of a special fund for the purpose, which has been met by a most 

hearty response on the part of the members of the Society. 

The members can obtain prospectuses by applying to J. J. Howard, 

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Esq., L.L.D., Honorary Treasurer, 3, Dartmouth Eow, Blackheath, for 
distribution amongst friends. 

The Balance-Sheet is appended to this Report, and the Council trust 
that the members will approve of the Expenditure for the past year. 



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G. BBnn)LET Acwobth, F.S.A., Star Hill, Rochester. 

EEOiNAiiD Ambs, Cote House, Westbury-on-Tiyiii, Bristol. 

W. Amhubst T. Amhurst, F.S.A., (Council)^ Didlington Hall, Brandon. 

Fbank Ain)BEW, Apsley Place, Ashton-under-Lyne. 

Ely Andrew, Mere Baiik, Ashton-under-Lyne. 

J. E. Andrewbs, War Office. 

Chables Fbedsbick Angell, F.S.A., Grove Lane, Camberwell, S.E. 

The Society op ANTiQtrARiES op London, Somerset House, W.O. 

William Sumneb Appleton, Boston, U.S.A. 

Francis R. Armytage, 27, Cambridge Square, W. 

George J. Armytage, F.S.A., Clifton, Brighouse. 

The Earl op Arran, The Pavilion, Hans Place, S.W. 

Ralph Assheton, M.P. {Vice-President) ^ Downham Hall, Clitheroe. 

John Astley, Broad Gkte, Coventry. 

Athen-bum, Liverpool. (W. Roscob Jones, Librarian). 

W. J. St. Aubyn, 68th Light Lifantry, Templemore, Tipperary. 

Robert A. C. Godwin-Austen, Chilworth Manor, Guildford. 

Lieut. -Colonel Bagnall, Shenstone Moss, near Lichfield. 

Charles Baker, F.S.A., 11, Sackville Street, Piccadilly, W. 

Fairless Barber, F.S.A. {Council), Castle Hill, Rastrick, near Brighouse. 

Joseph Gurnby Barclay, 64, Lombard Street, E.C. 

Thomas H. Bates, Mayfield, Wolsingham. 

Charles Bath, Ffynone House, Swansea. 

John Batten, F.S.A., Aldon, Yeovil. 

Francis Bayley, 66, Cambridge Terrace, Hyde Park, W. 

George Frederick Beaumont, The Knowles, Fixby, Huddersfield. 

Robert S. Birkbbck, Anley, Settle. 

The Birminoham Library, Union Street, Birmingham. (A. S. Dudley, Librarian) . 

W. H. Bliss, James Street, St. Clement's, Oxford. 

T. Weld-Blundell, Ince Blundell Hall, Great Crosby, Liverpool. 

The Rev. Charles W. Boabe, 33, Surrey Street, Strand, W.C. 

William Edward Bools, 7, Cornhill, E.C. 

Thomas William Boord, F.S.A., 180, Belsize Road, Kilbum, N.W. 

Lieut. -Colonel Haworth-Booth, Derwent Bank, Malton, Yorkshire. 

W. Consitt Boulter, F.S.A., 6, Park Row, Park Street, Hull. 

Lieut. -Colonel John Butler- Bowden, Pleasington Hall, Blackburn. 

Edmund M. Boyle, Rockwood, Torquay. 

Edward Brabrook, F.S.A., 28, Abingdon Street, Westminster. 

The Rev. William Bree, The Rectory, Allesley, Coventry. 

The Hon. and Rev. John R. O. Bridgeman, Weston-under-Lyziard, Shifnal. 

Thomas Brooke, Armitage Bridge, Huddersfield. 

Francis Capper Brooke, Uffbrd Place, Woodhridge. 

The Rev. Frederick Brown, F.S.A., Fern Bank, Beckenham, Kent. 

Percy C. S. Bruere, Middleham, Bedale, Yorkshire. 

C. G. Prideaux Brune, Prideaux Place, Padstow, ComwaU. 



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The Eey. Joseph Bucklby, M.A., Sopworth Bectory, Chippenham. 
Captain W. E. G. Lytton Bulweb, Quebec House, East Dereham. 
John Yntb Buboes, Parkanaur, Dungannoa, Tyrone, Ireland. 
Charles John Buboess, Naval and Military Club, London, W. 
Sib Bebnabd Bubke, C.B., LL.D., Ulster Aing-of-Arms, Dublin. 
Tlie Mabquis of Bute, 83, Eccleston Square, S.W. 

Benjamin Bond Cabbell, F.B.S., F.S.A., 39, Chapel Street, Edgware Boad, W. 

F. Teague Cansick, 28, Jeffirey Street, Kentish Town, N.W. 

R. Bbown Cansick, 8, Gloucester Street, Begenf s Park, N.W. 

The T)owAOEB Countess of Cabnabvon, Pixton Park, Dulverton. 

Geobge Alfbed Cabthew, F.S.A., East Dereham, Norfolk. 

Thomas Chapman, F.R.S., F.S.A., 25, Bryansfone Square, W. 

Chbistofheb Chattock, Haye House, Caistle Bromwich. 

Colonel J. L. Chesteb {Council), 16, Linden Villas, Blue Anchor Bead, Ber- 

mondsey, S.E. 
Chbtham*s Libbaby, Manchester (Thomas Jones, Esq., Librarian). 
Sir Alexandeb P. Bbuce Chichesteb, Bart., Arlington Court, Barnstaple. 
Thomas Close, F.S.A., Nottingham. 

The Bev. Bichabd Chute Codbington, Hay^ove, Bridgewater, Somerset. 
The Bev. Fbedbbic T. Colby, B.D., F.S. A., Fellow of Exeter College, Oxford. 
James Edwin Cole, Easthorpe Court, Wigtoft, Spalding. 
F. S. Bebminoham Pen Cole, Freemantle, Southampton. 
Sydney Cole, Norwood Court, Southall, Middlesex. 
James Coleman, 22, High Street, Bloomsbury, W.C. 
J. Kyble Collins, Wiltondale, Boss, Herefordshire. 
John Coode, Polcarm, St. Austell. 

Wm. Henby Cooke, Esq., Q.C., F.S.A., 42, Wimpole Street, London. 
W. H. Cottell, 1, Manor Bise, Brixton, S.W. 
J. Gbegoby Cottingham, Edensor, Chesterfield. 
W. Pbideaux Coubtney, Ecclesiastical Commission. 
The Bev. H. O. Coxe, Bodleian Library, Oxford. 
Mrs. John Woodhead Cbosland, Thornton Lodge, Huddersfield. 
Edwin Pubves Bopeb-Cubzon, Upper Sheen House, Mortlake, S.W. 
The Hon. Henby Bopeb-Cubzon ( Vtce-Fresident), 47, Argyle Boad, Kensington. 
The Hon. Sidney C. Bopeb-Cubzon, Upper Sheen House, Mortlake, S.W. 

B. S. LoNGWOBTH Dames, M.A., 32, Upper Mount Street, Dublin. 

C. W. David, Cardiff, Glamorganshire. 

John Davidson (Vouneif), 14, St. George's Place, Hyde Park Comer, S.W. 

BoBEBT Davies, F.S.A., The Mount, York. 

BoBBBT Day, jim., F.S.A., M.B.I.A., Bockview, Montenotte, Cork. 

GoBDON Dayman, St. Giles's, Oxford. 

The Bev. John Bathubst Deane, M.A., F.S.A., Sion Hill, Bath. 

Comm' John de Havilland, K. J., F.S.A., Langford Court, Somerset. 

Geobge Digby Wingfield Digby, Sherborne Castle, Sherborne, Dorsetshire. 

Mrs. Fethebston Dilke, Maxstoke Castle, Coleshill, Warwickshire. 

Bobebt Dowman, 29, Shakspeare Street, Ardwick, Manchester. 

Henby Holman Dbake, LL.D., Esplanade, Fowey, Cornwall. 

Sir William Dbake, F.S.A., 46, Parliament Street, Westminster. 

Sir Geobge F. Duckett, Bart., F.S.A. {Vice-President), Manor House, Bampton, 

Oxford. 
Geobge F. Duncombe, 17, St. Stephen's Boad, Bayswater, W. 
Bobebt Dymond, Bampfylde House, Exeter. 

Albebt Edwards, Philadelphia, U.S.A. 

J. Edwabds, M.D., 20, Westmoreland Place, Bayswater, W. 

The Bev. Henby T. Ellacombe, M.A., F.S.A., Clyst St. George Bectory, 

Topsham, Devon. 
William Smith Ellis, Hydecroft, Charlwood, Surrey. 



Dudley Caby Elwes, F.S.A., South Berated, Bognar. 

v. Caby Elwes, F.S.A., Brigg, Idncoliudiire. 

William Eobbbt Embbis, M.A., F.S.A., Louth, Lincolnfihire. 

Thomas Falconeb, one of the Judges of the County Courts, Usk, Monmouthshire. 

J. G. Fanshawe, Board of Trade, Whitehall, S.W. 

Henby Masteb Feilden, M.P., Witton Park, Blackburn. 

William Fennell, Wakefield. 

RoBEBT Fbbguson, F.S.A., Morton Hall, Carlisle. 

John Fethebston, jun., F.S.A. (Cotmeif), High Street, Warwick. 

Lady Fethebstonhaijoh, Uppark, Petersfield. 

W. S. Fethebstonhauoh, Kock View, Killucan, Lreland. 

Geobgb Fitzwilliams, New York, U.S.A. 

Edwabd Fitzwilliams, Philadelphia, U.S.A. 

William Floyd, London Institution, Finsbury Circus, E.C. 

Chables H. Fox, M.D., The Beeches, Brislington, Bristol. 

J. Lewis Fpytche, Esq., M.A., F.S.A., Thorpe Hall, Louth, Lincolnshire. 

Clement S. Best-Gabdneb, Eagle's Bush, Neath, Swansea. 

John Eibton Gabstin, F.S.A., 29, Upper Merrion Street, Dublin. 

Abthub Edward Gayeb, Q.C., LL.D., Dublin. 

Henby H. Gibbs, St. Dunstan's, Regent's Park, N.W. 

Joseph Gillow, jnn., Winckley Square, Preston. 

C. GoLDiNG, 16, Blomfield Terrace, Upper Westboume Terrace, W. 

Henby Gough, 20, Lorn Koad, Brixton, S.W. 

Gbanville Leyeson Gk)WBB, F.S.A. (Council) j Titsey Park, Godstone. 

James Gibson, Salem, State of New York, U.S.A. 

Henby Lee Gbay, 4, Mont-le-Grand, Heavitree, Exeter. 

Henby Sydney Gbazebbook, Stourbridge, Worcestershire. 

Edwabd Gbeayes, M.P., Avonside, Warwick. 

Benjamin Wyatt Gbeenfield, Cranbury Terrace, Southampton. 

Kelyngb Gbbenway, Warwick. 

The Eev. William Gbice, Sherborne House, Lillington, Leamington. 

The Rev. Henby Thomas Gbifpith, B.A. Felmingham Vicarage, Norwich. 

Thomas Gbissell, F.S.A., F.R.S.L., Norbury Bark, Mickleham, Dorking. 

J. E. a. Gwynne, 97, Harley Street, London. 

GoBDON Gyll, Remenham House, Wraysbury, Staines. 

Edward Hailstone, F.S.A., Walton Hall, Wakefield. 
Sir Henby St. John ELalfobd, Bart., Wistow, Leicestershire. 
The Rev. H. F. Hall, M.A., High Legh, Knutsford, Cheshire. 
Sir Robebt N. C. Hamilton, Bart., Avondifie, Stratford-on-Avon. 
Lady Fbances Vebnon-Habcoubt, The Homme, Weobly. 
William Habvey, Harrold Hall, Bedford. 
The Rev. Henby Hayman, D.D., The School, Rugby. 
The Rev. Samuel Hayman, M.A. (Councir)^ Tlie Rectory, Doneraile, Lreland. 
Lady Heathcote, Hursley Park, Winchester. 
C. Pell Hbigham, The Cottage, Bambridge, Winchester. 
Thomas Helsby, 15, York Chambers, King Street, Manchester. 
Sfenceb Hebefath, 18, Upper Phillimore Gurdens, W. 
William Pebby Hebbicb, Beaumanor Park, Loughborough, Leicestershire. 
Miss Fbances Mabgeby Hext, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. 
Thomas Rowley Hill, St. Catherine's, Worcester. 
John Hirst, jun., Dobcross, Saddleworth. 
The Rev. C. W. Holbech, Famborough, Banbury. 

Daniel Dean Hopkins, F.S.A., WeycUfie, St. Catherine's, near Guildford. 
Chandos Wben Hoskyns, M.P., Harewood House, Ross, Herefordshire. 
Robebt Hovenden, 6, Great Marlborough Street, London. 
Joseph Jackson Howabd, LL.D., F.S.A. {Son, Treas.), 3, Dartmouth Row, 
Blaekheath, S.E. 



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The Bey. J. E. Howman, Berwell Bectoiy, Downham Market. 

Thomas Hughes, F.S.A., 1, Grove Terrace, Chester. 

The Bev. E. B. HmiTiNGToir, M.A., Stamford, Connecticut, IJ.S.A. 

The Innbb Temple Library, E.C. 

The BoYAL Irish Academy, 19, Dawson Street, Dnblin. 

William Jackson, Meatham House, St. Bees, bj Camforth. 

T. E. Jacobson, M.D., Sleaford, Lincokishire. 

The Bev. Edmund Jermyn, B.A., care of B. F. Jermyn, Esq., 13, Neyille Street, 

Onslow Square, S.W. 
Joseph Jones, Abberley Hall, Stourport. 
Morris G. Jones, F.S.A., 20, Abercromby Square, liyerpooL 
W. Stavenhagen Jones, 2, Yerulam Bmldiiu^, Ghray's Inn, W.C. 
Edward Basil Jupp, F.S.A., Carpenter's Hafi, London Wall, KC. 

J. C. Fitzgerald Kenny, 2, Merrion Street, Dublin. 

Tlie Bev. F. W. Kittermastbr, All Saints, Coventry. 

Arthur John Knapp, Llanforst House, Clifton, Bristol. 

T. C. Sneyd Kynnersley, Moor Green, Moseley, Birmingham. 

Lieut.-Colon6l J. H. Bagot Lane, King's Broml^ Manor, Lichfield. 

C. T. Lane, 3, Lombard Court, Lombara Street, E.C. 

Philip Langman, 7, St. Benet's Place, Gracechurch Street, E.C. 

Thomas Layton, F.S.A., Kew Bridge, Middlesex, W. 

Sir Edmund A. Lechmere, Bart., The Bhydd Court, TJpton-on-Sevem, Worcester. 

The Bev. F. G. Leb, D.C.L., F.S.A., 6, Lambeth Terrace, S.W. 

Mrs. Littledale, 19, Queen's Gkite Giu^lens, South Kensington, W. 

The Liverpool Library, Liverpool. 

The Liverpool Free Public Library, William Brown Street, Liverpool. 

(Geo. Hudson, Librarian.) 
Ben. Lockwood, Huddersfield. 

The Bev. W. J. Loftie, 37, Upper Berkeley Street, W. 
William H. Dyer Longstafpe, F.S.A., Gateshead. 

Sir John Maclean, F.S.A. {Coundt), Pallingswick Lodge, Hammersmith, W. 

SiLVANus J. Macy, 189, Front Street, New York, U.S.A. 

The Bev. A. E. Maddison, Friskney, Boston, Lincolnshire. 

G. Buckley Mathew, H.B.M. Minister Plenipotentiary, Bio de Janeiro. 

C. H. Mallock, Oocking^on Court, Torquay. 

The Duke of Manchester {Prebident)^ 1, Gfreat Stanhope Street, W. 

George W. Marshall, LL.M., F.S.A. {Hon. Secretary), Hanley Court, Tenbury, 

Worcestershire. 
Bernulf de Clegg Mattinson, Oldham. 
Walter C. Meller, St. John's College, Oxford. 
Wai.ter C. Metcalfe, Epping, Essex. 

Hie Bight Hon. Viscount Midleton, Peper Harrow Park, G^alming. 
Lieut-Colonel Miller, B.A., Woolwich, S.E. 
Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, Minnesota, U.S.A. 
The Bev. John Mi rehouse, Colsterworth, Grantham. 
Captain B. Molesworth, High Legh, Knutsford. 
The Bight Hon. Lord Monson (T'ice-Fresident), Gatton Park, Beigate. 
Thomas H. Montgomery, 400, Walnut Street, Philadelphia, U.S.A. • 
Lieut.-Col. Charles Thomas John Moore, F.S A., Frampton Hall, near Boston. 
Frederick J. Morrell, St. Giles', Oxford. 
Edward IMorton, F.S.A, The Bank, Mfdton, Yorkshire. 
George J. Murray, Hartford House, Wemeth, Oldham. 
C. B. Scott-Murray, Danesfield, Great Mario w. 



Naval and Military Club, 94, Piccadilly, W. 

0. N. Newdboatb, M.P., Arbuiy Hall, !Nmieaton, Warwickshire. 

Miss Newman, 6, Patshiill Boad, Kentish Town, N.W. 

Miss Charlotte Newman, 6, Patshull Boad, Kentish Town, N.W. 

James Newman, 235, High Holbom, W.C. 

Captain W. Newsome, R.E., Gravesend. 

J. W. Nicholl-Carne, D.C.L., St. Donat's Castle, Brigend, GlamorgaoBhire. 

John Gough Nichols, F.S.A., 25, Parliament Street, S.W. 

Colonel Sidney North, M.P., Wroxton Abbey, Banbury. 

William John O'Donnayan, LL.D., M.B.I.A., Foxcroft House, Portarlington. 

Eyan Ortner, 3, St. James's Street, S.W. 

Frederick Ouyby, F.S.A., 12, Queen Anne Street, CaYendish Square, W. 

The Bev. Thomas Douglas Page, Pembroke College, Oxford. 

Sir Charles J. Palmer, Bart., Domey Court, Windsor. 

The Bev. Fielding Palmer, Eastcliff, Chepstow. 

The Bev. George Palmer, F.S.A., 53, Lowndes Square, S.W. 

The Bev. John Papillon, M.A., F.S.A., Lexdon B!ectory, Colchester. 

The Bev. J. T. Parkinson, D.C.L., F.S.A., Bavendale, Grimsby. 

Daniel Parsons, Stuarts Lodge, Malvern. 

D. Williams Paterson, Newark Valley, New York, IT.S.A. 

Edward Peacock, F.S.A., Bottesford Manor, Brigg, Lincolnshire. 

Bev. A. J. Pearman, Bainham Vicarage, Sittingboume. 

Charles George Perceval, Passenhain Manor, Stony Stratford. 

Ira B. Peck, Woonsocket, Bhode Island, U.S.A. 

Henry Peckbtt, Carlton Husthwaite, Thirsk, Yorkshire. 

Bichard Lawrence Pemberton, The Barnes, Sunderland. 

Thomas A. Perry, Bitham House, Leamington. 

George Plucknbtt, F.S.A., Manor House, Finchley, N. 

Lemuel Pope, Concord, Massachusetts, U.S.A. 

The Bev. Canon Baine, York. 

J. B. Baines, Burton Pidsea, Hull. 

General Meredith Bead, Consul-General of the United States, 37, Avenue 

d'Autin, Champs Elys6es, Paris. 
Samuel Bigby, Bruch Hall, Warrington. 
Alexander Bivington, 27, Cleveland Gurdens, Hyde Park, W. 
The Bev. C. J. Bobinson, M.A., Norton Canon Vicarage, Weobly. 
The Bev. Edward Bogers, M.A., Blachford, Ivy Bridge, Devon. 
B. B. CoxwELL-BoGERS, F.S.A., Dowdeswell Court, Andoversford, Gloucester. 
The BoYAL Library, Windsor Castle. 

The Bev. David Boyce, The Vicarage, Lower Swell, Stow-on-tho-Wold. 
James Busby, 21, Ainger Terrace, Begent's Park, N.W. 
The Duke op Butland, K.G., Belvoir Castle, Grantham. 
J. Paul Bylands, Highfield, Thelwall, Warrington. 

Evelyn Philip Shirley, F.9.A. {Vice-President) j Lower Eatington Park, Strat- 

ford-on-Avon. 
Bobert Hardisty Skaife, The Mount, York. 

Bev. E. H. Mainwaring Sladen, M.A., F.B.G.S., Alton Bemers, Marlborough. 
J. S. Smallfield, 32, University Street, W.C. 
The Bev. Walter Sneyd, Keele Hall, Newcastle, Sta£fordshire. 
Somersetshire Arch^ological Society. 
Charles Sotheran, 6, Meadow Street, Moss Side, Manchester. 
Charles Stewart, The West Hall, High Legh, Knutsford. 
Thomas Stewardson, Gormantown, Philadelphia, U.S.A. 
Wentworth Sturgeon {Cowicit), 11, King's Bench Walk, Temple, E.C. 
John Sykes, M.D., F.S.A., Doncaster. 



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The Rev. James Tatlob, Brigham by Carlide. 

Miss Caroline G. Thateb, Boston, U.S.A. 

Samuel Yaspeb Thomas, Kewborough, Wimbome, Dorset. 

Thobias Thomson, M.D., Clarence l^rrace, Leamington. 

RoBBBT F. Tomes, Weston, Stratford-on-Avon. 

T. G. ToMKiNS, Great Ousebum, York. 

Geoboe D. Tomlinson, Huddersfield. 

Henbt Tbehebne, Latymer House, Brbok Green, W. 

Sir J. Salusbury Tbblawnt, Bart., M.P., Trelawne, liskeard, Cornwall. 

Sir Waltbb C. Trevbltan, Walling^n, Newcastle-on-Tyne 

Joseph Hebbbbt Tbitton, 54, Lombard Street, E.C. 

Geoboe Tuck, New Eoad, Windsor. 

William Henbt Tubneb, 8, Turl Street, Oxford. 

The Hey. Samuel Blois Tubneb, F.S.A., South Elmham, Halesworth, Suffolk. 

Philip Twells, M.A., Chase Side House, Enfield. 

J. R. Daniel Tyssen, F.S.A., 9, Lower Rock Gkirdens, Brighton. 

Sir Henbt M. Vavasour, Bart. ( Vice-President), Holton Hall, Halesworth. 

Benj. Lleweltn Yawdbet, Tushington Hall, Whitchurch, Salop. 

Colonel YiYiAN, Rose Hill, Camborne, Cornwall. 

Edwabd Waltham, Walcombe House, Stockwell Green, London, S.W. 

R. E. Egebton-Wabbubton ( Vice-Fresideut)^ Arley Hall, Northwich. 

The Earl of Wabwick, Warwick Castle, Warwick. 

Edmond Caesteb Watebs, Upton Park, Poole. 

Watkinson Libbabt, Hartfori, Connecticut, U.S.A. 

Fbank G. Watnet, 17, Pembridge Crescent, Bayswater, W. 

John Watnet, jun., F.R.G.S., F.S.A., 16, London Street, Fenchurch Street, B.C. 

The Rev. James Webb, M.A., The Parsonage, Hartshead, Normanton. 

Archibald Weir, M.D., St. Mungho's, Great Malrem. 

Lieut.-Colonel Weston, Hunterstone House, West Kilbride, Ayrshire. 

William H. Whitmore, Boston, U.S.A. 

The Rev. Thomas Whorwood, D.D., Vicar of Willoughby, near Rugby. 

The Rev. Augustin Williams, Icomb Rectory, Stow-on-the-Wold. 

Francis Willington, Tamworth, Warwickshire. 

The Hon. Robebt C. Winthbop, Boston, United States. 

John Withem, 9, Pall Mall East, S.W. 

R. H. Wood, F.S.A., Crumpsall, Manchester. 

Chables H. L. Woodd, F.G.S., Roslyn, Hampstead, N.W. 

AsHBEL WooDWABD, M.D , Franklin, Connecticut, U.S.A. 

RicHABD Woof, F.S.A., r.R.S.L., Guildhall, Worcester. 

W. H. Wbight, Philadelphia, U.S.A. 

William W. E. Wtnnb, F.S.A., Peniarth, Towyn, Merioneth. 



UNIV. OF M!CH^O^N,