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|Ar15 Robert Armistead b ?Yorkshire d 1535|
|Ar14. John Armistead Born: 1530 to 1541 Kirk Deighton, Yorkshire, England Married about 1550 Died about 1607|
|Ar13||Roger Armistead of Kirk Deighton, Yorkshire, England, and Epham Hill|
b c 1585 Kirk Deighton, Yorkshire, England
m Frances Thompson Th12 b c 1585
|+1 y Thompson|
bapt 3 Aug 1610 at All Saints, Kirk Deighton,York, England. Yorkshire,
England, d in 1666 in Hesse, Gloucester, Lands patented within the present
boundaries of Gloucester and Matthews Counties, Virginia. Abstracted from
the Land Patent Books in the Land Office, Richmond, Virginia. Book 2, Pg
331, July 1, 1651, 1231 acres. Matthews County, Book 2, Pg 331, July 1,
1651, 600 Acres.
m about 1632/42 Ann E. Ellis in Giggleswick, Kirk Deighton, Yorkshire b 7 Feb 1608 d 1660 dau of->
|+1 Joseph Ellis b 1585 d 1610
Nancy Netherton b 1590 d 1610
|possibly related was first: Henry Netherton b ABT 1660
m Sarah Tucker b 2 AUG 1663 in Westmoreland Co Virginia
second: Catherine Netherton, b 1838 m 11 JAN 1849 in Harrison Co MO Robert Y Ford b MAY 1824 KY d JUN 1864 son of Robert Ford, and Nancy Yarbrough,
-1 Johnson Ford, b SEP 1850 Harrison Co., MO
-2 James H. Ford, b 1856 Harrison Co., MO
-3 Nancy E Ford, b 1859 Harrison Co., MO
-4 Thomas W. Ford, b 1861 Harrison Co., MO
-5 Robert G. Ford b 1863 Harrison Co., MO
|Ar10||Col John Armistead, b c 1635 in Hesse, Gloucester Va or Yorkshire Engl, Sheriff of Gloucester
Co Va. in 1675 bur 1685.
patented within the present boundaries of Gloucester and Matthews Counties,
Virginia. Abstracted from the Land Patent Books in the Land Office, Richmond,
Virginia. Book 6, Pg. 536, Sept 21, 1674, 440 Acres. Patented to Capt.
John Armistead. Kingstone Parish near head of Creek out of Eastermost River
adjoining X'pr Dickson. Headrights: John Perry, John Doblander, John Duckenhead,
Eliz. So[e, W. Cleaves, Humphrey Jarvis, Tho. Prigg, Samll Curson (Carson),
Tho. Davis. Matthews County, Bk 6, Pg. 657, Sept 21, 1678, 220 Acres. Patented
to Lt. Coll. John Armistead. "Upon the head of the Eastermost River lying
between two brances adjoining his own land and Capt. Dudley. Formerly granted
Dunken (Duncan?) Bohonon and John Mekin 1667 who assigned to said Amestead
& by him deserted and by order of Cort Granted Geo. Seaton who... neglected
Pattening... by Council granted said Amestead." Headrights: Five negroes.
m c 1665 Judith Bowles Robinson Ro10
| There are contradictions about the identity of this wife: first
there is a wife named Judith Bowles, second a wife named Judith Bowls Robinson,
third a wife named Judith Beverley. Presumably the identity of the first
two was Judith Bowles widow Robinson which fits with the intermarriage
Robinson in the next generation. The third may be a confusion with his
sister's marriage to Robert Beverley or a result of this family tie. Although
a Judith cannot be found among these Beverley relations, his brother-in-law,
Robert Beverley, did have have and elder sister, Jane, b 1638/9 in Yorkshire,
whose further life is yet unaccounted for. Certainly it is unlikely that
he had threee wives by the name of Judith, so the truth requires some reconciliation
of these contradictions. The occurrence of the names, Bowes
and Robinson in the local history of the same
part of Yorkshire let suspicion arise that there
is some relationship involved in all these marriages.
|+1 John Robinson b 1615 d 1 Mar 1688
m Elizabeth Potter
|+2 George Robinson b 1585 in Cleasby Par, North Riding, Yorkshire d 1634 in Cleasby, Com Ebor, Yorkshire
m Frances Layton b 1589 in Cleasby North Riding Yorks d 13 Apr 1648 in St Peters, London
+2 Christopher Potter b 1594 d 10 Apr 1642
m Isabel x
George Nicholas about 1774 age 20 or 21
Judge Sammuel Smith Nicholas
|Ar9||(Ar9) Judith Armistead,
m 1688 Robert "King" Carter Ct9 of Corotoman, Lancaster Co Va
|+1 John Carter Ct10
m Sarah Ludlow Lu10
was born in 1688. She died after January 1730..
m1 Nathaniel Burwell, son of Lewis Burwell possibly and Abigail Smith (Ba11-2-6-1)
m2 Dr. George Nicholas Ni8
|Ct7-1||Lewis Burwell (1710-1756) of Whitemarsh, Virginia, married Mary Willis.|
|Ct7-2||Elizabeth Burwell b 1713
m William Nelson of Yorktown (1711-1778). Signer of the Declaration of Independence.
|Ct7-3||Nathaniel Burwell (1711/14-1720)|
|Ct7-4||Carter Burwell b 25 Oct 1716 d 3 Jan 1777 of the Grove James City Co Va
m Lucy Grymes.
|Ct7-5||Lucy Burwell (1713-)
(Ct7-6) Robert Burwell (3Jun1720-30Jan1777) of Isle of Wight County, Virginia married S. Nelson.
Carter Nicholas (b. 1725 or 8 - 1780)
m Anne Cary (Ca7) dau of Col Wilson Cary and Sarah Pate
Nicholas b. 11 Aug. 1752; m. 29 Aug. 1776 Gov. Edmund Jennings Randolph,
son of John Randolph, 1776; d. 1810.
Ni6 Col George Nicholas (11 Aug. 1753 - 27 July 1799), married Mary Smith daughter of John Smith of Baltimore, Md., and moved to Kentucky and was the father of Judge Samuel Smith Nicholas who published a masterful plea for the right of habeas corpus when it was suspended by President Lincoln during the Civil War.
(Ni6-3) Gov. Wilson Cary Nicholas (31 January 1761 - 10 October 1820) married 1783 Margaret, daughter of John Smith of Baltimore, Md.,
(Ni6-4) John Nicholas (1756 - 31 Dec. 1819 ), married Anne Lawson, was member of Congress 1793 - ¬1801; removed to Geneva, New York, where he has numerous descendants.
(Ni6-5) Sarah Nicholas, b. 1752 at Frederick Co., VA; m. John Hatley Norton.
(Ni6-6) Judith Nicholas (1765 - '1 )
(Ni6-7) Lewis Nicholas (1766 - '/ ), who lived in Albemarle.
(Ni6-8) Robert Nicholas (2 June 1768 - 7 )
(Ni6-9) Philip Norborne Nicholas (1775 - 1849) married first Mary Spear of Baltimore, Md., second Maria Carter, daughter of Thomas Taylor and Mary Anne Byrd, daughter of William Armistead.
(Ni6-10) Mary Nicholas; b. 1759; d. 1796; unmarried.
|Ct8-2||John CARTER b 1690. d 30 Apr 1743.|
|Ct8-3||Judith CARTER b 1693 of Corotoman, Lancaster, Va d in 1700 in Rosewell Gloucester Co Va bur Rosewell Gloucester Co Va.?confusion with Ct8-8|
|Ct8-4||Sarah CARTER b 1694 in Corotoman, Lancaster, Va. She died in 1694.|
|Ct8-5||Charles CARTER b about 1699.|
|Ct8-7||Anne CARTER b about 1700 d 12 Aug 1745.|
|Ct8-8||Judith CARTER b about 1700 m Mann Page|
|Ar9-2||Elizabeth Armistead b 16 Feb 1667, Gloucester Co VA d 16 Nov 1716 Rosegill Middlesex Co VA
m1 1687 Ralph Wormeley son of
|Capt. Ralph Wormeley and Agatha Eltonhead|
|Ar9-2-1||John Wormeley b 1689, Rosegill, Middlesex Co VA d 1726 owned lands in Middlesex, Gloucester,
King William, York and Caroline Counties will dated 15 Apr 1725 and
names his wife, Elizabeth, and 6 children.
m Elizabeth x d. 1743 Elizabeth’s will is dated 3 Mar 1743 , and gives her son, John, 650 acres in York Co
|Ar9-2-2||Ralph Wormeley III (1690 - )|
|Ar9-2-3||Letitia Wormeley (1692 - )|
|Ar9-2-4||Judith Armistead Wormeley b 1694/6 in Middlesex Co VA d 1716
m1 Mann Page of Rosewell b 1691 Gloucester Co d 24 Jan 1730/1 educ. Eton & St. John's College Oxford Univ memb. King's Council 1714-30/31.
|-1 Ralph Wormeley Page b 2 Dec 1713, Gloucester Co d 1732
-2 Maria Judith Page b 24 Feb 1713/14, Gloucester Co m 1736 William T. Randolph b 1713 Goochland Co d 1746 Goochland Co
-3 Mann Page b 8 Dec 1716 Gloucester Co d 12 Dec 1716 Gloucester Co
-4 Ralph Page b 1713 d 1732
-2-1 Thomas Randolph
|m2 William Churchill b 1649 in England||-1 Armistead Churchill b 25 JUL 1704 in Middlesex Co., Va
d 5 JUL 1763 in Middlesex Co Va
m Hannah Harrison b ABT 1706 in Wakefiled, Surry Co., Va dau of Nathaniel Harrison b 8 APR 1677 in Wakefiled, Surry Co., Va and Mary Cary b: ABT 1678 in Surry Co., Va granddau of John Cary ?Ca10-1 b 1610 in England and Jane Flood b: 1646 in Surry Co., Va (?bro more likely cousin of Miles Cary Ca10 b 30 jan 1621/2 in Bristol Engl as his brother John b. 1610, d. 1669 in Massachusetts, m. Elizabeth Godfrey, daughter of Francis Godfrey and Elizabeth)
gr granddau John Cary b 10 APR 1583 in England d 13 FEB 1660/61 in England and Elizabeth Hereford b: 1587 in England
|-1 William Churchill b Feb 24, 1726 d 1782 m1 Elizabeth Carter + 3 ch m2 Elizabeth x + 4 ch
-2 John Churchill (December 1, 1728 - )
-3 Mary Churchill (1729 - )
-4 Nathaniel Churchill (1731 - )
-5 Armistead Churchill b 25 Nov, 1733 Middlesex Co Va
-8 Priscilla Churchill (1738 - )
-6 Lucy Churchill b 17 JAN 1737/38 in Middlesex Co - )
-7 Judith Churchill (1742 - )
-7 Elizabeth Churchill (1744 - )
|-1-1 Hannah Churchill b 1753
-1-2 William Churchill b 1755
-1-3 Elizabeth Carter Churchill (1757 - March 3, 1806) m James Maury Fontaine
-1-4 Priscilla Churchill (1759 - )
-1-5 Lucy Harrison Churchill (1770 - )
-1-6 Sarah Churchill (1773 - )
-1-7 Thomas E. Churchill (1775 - )
|-1-3-1 Betty Fontaine b July 20, 1779
-1-3-2 Susanna Harrison Fontaine b Aug 12, 1780 m George Nuttall son of Charles Nuttall
-1-3-3 James Fontaine b Nov25, 1781 - )
-1-3-4 Mary Fontaine b Mar 23, 1783 - )
-1-3-5 Judith Fontaine b Apr 18, 1784 - )
-1-3-6 Caroline Carter Fontaine b 10 Dec 1785 d 1 Aug 1855) m John Wiatt
-1-3-7 Frances Fontaine b Apr 4, 1787 - )
-1-3-8 Sarah Fontaine b Apr 14, 1788
-1-3-9 Francis Churchill Fontaine b Aug 29, 1789 - )
-1-3-10 William Maury Fontaine b Oct 29, 1790 - )
-1-3-11 Betty Carter Fontaine b Nov 7, 1791 - )
-1-3-12 Charles Carter Fontaine b Dec 8, 1792
|-1-3-2-1 Betty Ann Carter Lewis Nuttall
-1-3-2-2 John Francis Fontaine Nuttall b June 24, 1807
-1-3-2-3 Caroline Frances Nuttall (March 15, 1812
-1-3-6-1 Elizabeth Hannah Wiatt d 21 Jul 1888)
-1-3-6-2 Catherine Frances Wiatt b April 14, 1813 d Aug 1855)
-1-3-6-3 James Maury Fontaine Wiatt b 24 Feb 1816 d 1865
-1-3-6-4 Francis Churchill Wiatt b 1 Sep 1818 d 15 Feb 1858
|Ar9-2-6||Priscilla Bladen Churchill b 21 OCT 1705 in Westmoreland
m1 Robert Carter Ct8-10 b 1704 in Corotoman, Lancaster Co., VA son of Robert "King" Carter Ct9 and Elizabeth Landon
m2 John Lewis
|-1 Robert Carter III b FEB 1726/27 in Nomini Hall, Westmoreland Co., VA d Mar 1804
m 4 Apr 1754 Frances Anne Tasker b APR 1738 in Baltimore
-2 Elizabeth Carter b 1730 m Francis Willis b: ABT 1717
-3 Priscilla Carter b 1732 - )
-4 George Carter b 1734 - )
-5 Charles Lewis b 25 Feb 1734
|-1-1 Priscilla Carter b: 1760 in Nominy Hall, Westmoreland Va
-1-2 Elizabeth Landon Carter b: 25 OCT 1765 in Virginia
-1-3 John Tasker Carter b: 2 MAR 1772 in Nominy Hall, Westmoreland Va
-1-4 Sarah Fairfax Carter b: 10 APR 1773
-1-5 George Carter b: 31 JAN 1777 in Oatlands, Loudoun Co Virginia
-2-1 Priscilla Willis b ABT 1743 in Gloucester Co Va m William Kennon b 1734 in Virginia
-2-1-1 Elizabeth Carter Kennon b ABT 1764 in Gloucester Co Va m John Perrin b 1749 in Gloucester Co Va and had William Kennon Perrin b 1785 in Gloucester Co
-2-1-2 Mary Willis Kennon b c 1766 in Virginia m 1785 John Bolling IV b 24 MAR 1762 in Va b 1778 in Va and had 2 ch
-2-1-2-1 Evelina Bolling; b. 1790; d 13 Feb 1862 m 15 Apr 1808 Albemarle Co Alexander Garrett b 20 Apr 1778, Nelson Co; d. 29 Feb 1860, Albemarle Co.
-2-1-2-2 Susan Bolling m 15 May 1833, Albemarle Co John Scott
-2-1-2-3 John Bolling; b. 1809; d. 1835 m1 Martha Archer m2 _ Berry
-2-1-2-4 Mary Bolling m 18 May 1816, Albemarle Co William R. Snelson
|Ar9-2-7||Elizabeth Churchill b: 1710 in Middlesex Co Va|
|Ar9-3||William Armistead b 1671 d 1711
m1 Hannah Hinde b 1673 d 1759 + 5 ch
m2 Anna Lee b 1676 Ditchley VA d 1753 Northumberland + 1 ch
|Ar9-3-1||Anthony Armistead b 1691 d 1737|
|Ar9-3-2||William Armistead b 1693 d 1727|
|Ar9-3-3||John Armistead b 1694 d 1734|
|Ar9-3-4||Edward Armistead b 1710 d 1771|
|Ar9-3-5||Hannah Armistead b 1712 d 1750|
|Ar9-3-6||Mary Armistead b 1696 Northumberland VA d 23 Jun 1768/?70 Charles charles City Co VA
(this is a reconciliation of several different pedigrees, where each shows a Mary Armistead as
dau of William Armistead and Anna Lee and each shows only one of these husbands. Mary,
the presumed aunt - dau of William Armistead and Anne Ellis who not generally
shown in Armistead pedigrees as actually married James Burwell - seems to be confused with this Mary.
and one Heritage pedigree shows this aunt as wife of both
James Burwell and Philip Lightfoot, but does not show three of her siblings. But this pedigret also
seems incomplete in listing her Lightfoot and Burwell children,
and the dates of birth shown for these elsewhere make it seem impossible that one and same Mary could have been the wife of both. Hence James Burwell is only shown as the husband of this Mary's aunt and his descendants are shown there. And Philip Lightfoot is shown only as the husband of this Mary.)
m?1/2 Gen Philip Lightfoot b 1689 Yorktown d 30 May 1748 Charles City VA he m1 and had William Lightfoot b 1722 d 1771 m Mildred Howell b 1723 d 1783
m?2/3 John Morehead b 1682 d 1824
|-1 John Benge Lightfoot b 1725 Yorktown d 1789 High york Co VA m2 Ge-Ho-Ga b 1730 Cherokee GA d 1790 Rome Floyd Co GA m1 Mary Clack m2/3 Nancy Foster
-2 Philip Lightfoot b 1728 d 1748 m Susannah Smith b 1725 d 1800
-3 Armistead Lightfoot b 1730
-4 Joseph Morehead b 19 Jan 1733 Hamilton Parish Pr Wm Co VA d 11 Jul 1806 Rockingham Richmond Co VA m Elizabeth Turner b 1731/?6 Halifax VA d 14 Feb 1895/?1800 Richmond NC
-5 John Morehead b 1732 d 1821 m1 Prudy Burlingame b Providence RI m2 Mary Wheatley b 1732 d 1820 + 2 ch m3 Frances Rixey b 1743 d 1821 + ch
-6 Capt Charles Morehead b Prince William Co Va c 1739 d Fauquier Co., Va., 30 Sept. 1783 (will dated 19 Jan 1783, probated Fauquier Co Va 27 Oct 1783 Jaques, Kentucky families, pp. 6-8 no. 12) m 1756 Mary Turner, b. c 1741 d Nelson Co Ky c 1791 dau of James Turner, b c 1705 d c 1773 (m Spotsylvania Co Va 7 May 1734 Kerenhappuch Norman, b 1716, d 1781)
-7 William Morehead m Mary Jones
-8 Alexander Morehead d 1816 m Lydia Nelson b 1746
-9 Elizabeth Morehead m Richard Rixey
-10 Hannah Morehead b 1731 m Bailey Johnson
-11 Mary Morehead
-12 Presley Morehead
-13 Samuel Morehead m Lucy Wilmarth
|-1-1 Dorcas Lightfoot b 1750 d 1836 m?1 Robert Benge b 1750 m?2 Charles Duncan b 1750 d 1817
-1-2 Nancy Lightfoot b 1755 d 1790 m1 Capt James Foster b 1750 Deer Cherokee GA d TN 1810 m2 John Adair Jr (implausible dates for John and ch)
-2-1 Sarah Lightfoot b 1748 d 1818 m1 John Warren m2 John Lott b 1742 d 1810
-4-1 Nancy Morehead b 1779 d 1843 m Daniel Thomas b 1776 d 1830
-5-1 Mary Morehead b 1752
-5-2 Nancy Morehead b 1752
-5-3 George Morehead b 1752
-5-4 Sarah Morehead
-5-5 William Morehead b 1760
-5-6 Elizabeth Morehead b 1765 Fauquier Co VA d 1 Mar 1820 Mason Co KY m William Triplett b 1 Jan 1767 Fauquier Co VA d 1 Nov 1807 Leesburg Logan Co KY
-5-7 Susannah Morehead b 1758/?69
-5-8 Armistead Morehead b 1771 ?= m Anne Morgan dau of Charles Morgan b 1745 and Susannah Doggett (dau of Bushrod Doggett b 1710 and Ann Stribling) grandau of William Morgan and Elizabeth Mary Duncan b 1723 Augusta VA d 1758 VA
-5-9 Lucy Morehead b 1778 d 1856
-6-1 Armistead Morehead b 1767 m Rebecca Latham
-7-1 Nathaniel Morehead b c 1760 Fauquier Co VA d Wood Co VA (from Evadna Ebneter's tree) m Margaret Jett b c 1769 dau of Thomas Jett b 1750 Stafford Co VA d 9 Sep 1832 Marietta Washington Co OH and Lucinda Owens b 12 Jan 1755 Kg Geo Co VA d 11 Aug 1823 Marietta OH
-7-2 Sarah Morehead m James Sinclair
-7-3 Lucy Morehead m John Whitley
-7-4 John Morehead
-7-5 James Morehead m Jane Oldaker
-7-6 Hannah Morehead m George Rockinbaugh
-7-7 Elizabeth Morehead m Bailey Rice
-7-8 Polly Morehead m John Barber
|-1-1-1 Rebecca Duncan
-1-2-1 John S Foster b 9 Jul 1784 GA d 16 Oct 1858 m Martha Jones b 1785 d 1856
-1-2-2 Walter Adair b 1783 d 1835
-1-2-3 Charlotte Adair d 1838
-1-2-4 Edward Adair b 1789 d 1864
-1-2-5 Samuel Adair
-2-1-1 Robert Lott b 1762 d 1843
-2-1-2 John Lott b 1764 d 1830 m Sarah Jones b 1770
-2-1-3 Jesse Lott b 1766 d 1880
-2-1-4 Arthur Lott b 1767 d 1812
-2-1-5 Mark Lott b 1769 d 1813 m Delilah Jones
-2-1-6 Luke Lott b 1770 d 1850
-2-1-7 William Lott b 1771 d 1812
-2-1-8 Mary Lott b 1775 d 1798
-2-1-9 Elizabeth Lott b 1782 d 1860
-4-1-1 Preston Thomas b 1814 d 1877 m Sarah Morehead b 1817 d 1902
-5-6-1 Mary Triplett b 1775
-5-6-2 Frances Triplett b 1780
-5-6-3 Nathaniel Triplett b 1785 VA d 1856 Gainesboro Frderick Co VA m Elizabeth Smith b c 1785
-5-6-4 Francis Triplett b 1786 d 1809
-5-6-5 Mary Triplett b 1786
-5-6-6 John Triplett b 1788 d 1843
-5-6-7 Nancy Triplett b 1794 d 1844
-5-6-8 Sennett Triplett b 1795 d 1843
-5-6-9 William Triplett b 1796 d 1838
-5-6-10 Elizabeth Triplett b 1802
-5-8-1? Alfred Morehead m Elizabeth Dural
-5-8-2 John Morehead b 1801 m Nancy Branscomb d 1854
-5-1-1 Charles D Morehead b 1806 d 1853 m Eliza Loving b 1812 d 1853
-6-1-1 Charles Morehead b 1806 d 1853 m Eliza Loving dau of John Loving and Elizabeth Spencer
-6-2-1 Armstead S Morehead b 14 Oct 1808, d Green Ridge, Logan Co Ky 1865 p Dinah
-7-1-1 Presley Morehead b c 1782 m Lucy Coe
-7-1-2 Armistead Morehead b 1793? d 1878 m Tacy Richards
-7-1-3 Lucinda Morehead m James Moss
-7-1-4 Margaret Morehead m Isaac Sheppard
-7-1-5 Mary Morehead m John Rockhold
-7-1-6 Nathaniel Morehead d 1885 m Mary Richards
-7-1-7 Owen Morehead m Mahala Owens
-7-1-8 Samuel Morehead m Sarah Robinson
-4-1-2-1 John Lott b 1785 d 1852 m Sarah Lee b 1802 d 1824
-4-1-2-2 Arthur Lott b 1790 d 1859
-4-1-5-1 Frances Lott
-5-6-3-1 Elizabeth C Triplett b 29 Mar 1803 Trone Frederick Co VA d 18 Aug 1853 Gore Frederick Co VA m Josiah Lockhart b 1782 d 1853
-5-6-3-2 Edwin Triplett
-5-8-1-1 James Morehead b 1825 d 1869
-5-8-1-2 David Morehead b 1827
-5-8-1-3 Lewis Morehead b 1829
-5-8-1-4 John Morehead b 1831
-5-8-1-5 Henry Morehead b 1833 m1 Jane Metcalf
-5-8-1-6 Alexander Morehead b 1835
-5-8-1-7 Susanna Morehead b 1837
-5-8-1-8 Mary Morehead b 1839
-5-8-2-1 John Morehead b 1831 d 1883 m Mary Martin b 1838 d 1893
-6-1-1-1 Sarah Moorehead b 1831 d 1 Oct 1882 Bowling Green Warren Co KY m Joseph Younglove b 1818 d 1894
-6-2-1-1 Thomas Morehead b Ky c 1838 d. Logan Co Ky 28 May 1913 Kentucky Death Index, 1911-2000, vol. 28, cert. 13679] m Old Union Church Logan Co Ky 24 Dec 1890 Lizzie Bibb b Ky Oct 1869 d 29 Dec. 1919
-7-1-1-1 Thomas Morehead b c 1795 m Eliza McFarland
-7-1-2-1 Thomas David Morehead b 19 Nov 1815 d 1881 m1 Sarah Eaton b 1816 d 1855 m2 Rachel Vandervort b 1832 d 1881
-7-1-2-2 Mary Morehead b 1833 m1 Mark Custer b 1829 d 1863 m2 Henry Sutton b 1827 d 1906
-7-1-2-3 William Morehead d 1900 m1 Uree Reeder m2 Melissa Treadway b 1847 d 1915
-7-1-2-4 Deborah Morehead b 1824
-7-1-2-5 Lucinda Morehead b 1828 d 1904 m Jonathan Sheppard
-7-1-2-6 Alfred Morehead b 1830 d 1890 m Sarah Bumgardner b 1836 d 1899
-7-1-2-7 Kanzada Morehead b 1835 d 1926
-7-1-2-8 Sarah Morehead b 1839 d 1870 m John Roberts
-7-1-2-9 Susan Morehead b 1842 d 1928 m Ezekiel Roberts
-7-1-2-10 Charles Morehead b 1846 d 1925 m Susan Chambers
-7-1-4-1 James Sheppard m Jane Higginbotham
-7-1-9-1 Isaac Morehead b 1826 d 1894
-7-1-9-2 Kingsbury Morehead b 1830 d 1878 m Isabella King b 1838 d 1897
-7-1-9-3 Alexander Morehead b 1832 d 1916 m Elizabeth Lirten b 1841 d 1912
-7-1-9-4 Charles Morehead b 1834 d 1922
-7-1-9-5 Burrell Morehead d 1877
-7-1-9-6 Margaret Morehead b 1837 d 1915
-7-1-9-7 David Morehead b 1841 d 1917
-7-1-9-8 Mary Morehead b 1844 d 1911
-7-1-9-9 Henry Morehead b 1846 d 1896
-7-1-9-10 Harriet Morehead
-5-6-3-1-1 Elizabeth Lockhart b 1804 d 1828
-5-6-3-1-2 Margery Lockhart b 1807 d 1897
-5-6-3-1-3 Robert Lockhart b 1809 d 1863
-5-6-3-1-4 Thomas Lockhart b 1811 d 1869
-5-6-3-1-5 Sarah Lockhart b 1812 d 1887
-5-6-3-1-6 Rebecca Lockhart b 1815 d 1897
-5-6-3-1-7 Grace Lockhart b 1819 d 1873
-5-6-3-1-8 John Lockhart b 1822 d 1883
-5-6-3-1-9 Samuel Lockhart b 1824 d 1902
-5-6-3-1-10 Isabelle Lockhart b 1826 d 1897
-5-6-3-1-11 James Lockhart b 1828 d 1920
-5-6-3-1-12 Josiah Lockhart b 1830
-5-6-3-1-13 Elizabeth Lockhart b 28 Mar 1837 Gore Frederick Co VA d 28 Nov 1896 Calhoun WV m Isaiah Dorsey Smith b 1831 Back Creek Frederick Co d 3 Nov 1894 Newton roane WV
-5-6-3-1-14 Beverly Lockhart b 1835 d 1917
-5-6-3-1-15 Mary Lockhart b 1840
-5-6-3-1-16 Algernon Lockhart b 1844 d 1944
-5-6-3-1-17 William Lockhart b 1844
-5-8-2-1-1 Anna Morehead b 1861 d 1935 m Thomas Stokes b 1854 d 1901
-6-1-1-1-1 Joseph Younglove
-6-1-1-1-2 John Younglove
-6-1-1-1-3 Emma Younglove m Robert Underwood
-6-1-1-1-4 Susannah Younglove
-6-2-1-1-1 Birdie B Morehead, b Ky June 1893 d Jefferson Co Ky 6 Dec 1944, ae. 50 [Kentucky Death Index, 1911-2000, vol. 55, cert. 27263] John Lewis Grady b Allensville, Ky 27 Jun 1886, d aft 1930
-7-1-2-1-1 James Morehead b 1842 d 1913
-7-1-2-1-2 Alexander Morehead b 1844 d 1919
-7-1-2-1-3 Winfield Morehead b 1847 d 1917
-7-1-2-1-4 Oscar Morehead b 1850 d 1852
-7-1-2-1-5 Charles Morehead b 1853 d 1854
-7-1-2-1-6 Anna Morehead b d 1855
-7-1-2-1-7 Samuel Morehead b 1858
-7-1-2-1-8 Emma Morehead b 1860
-7-1-2-1-9 Dell Morehead
-7-1-2-1-10 Rosella Morehead b 1862
-7-1-2-1-11 William Morehead b 1864 m Rachel ?Morehead
-7-1-2-1-12 Nettie Morehead b 1866
-7-1-2-1-13 Addelpha Morehead b 1868
-7-1-2-1-14 Oliver Morehead b 1871 d 1926 m Clara Childs b 1873
-7-1-2-1-15 Nathaniel Atwood Morehead
-7-1-2-2-1 Susan Custer m Henry Marshall
-7-1-2-2-2 Leander Custer b 1851 d 1879
-7-1-2-2-3 Commodore Newton Custer b 30 Aug 1853 Jackson Co VA d 31 Dec 1945 Grafton Taylor Co WV m Margaret Belle Williamson b 10 Jul WV d 18 Jul 1930 Grafton
-7-1-2-2-4 Alonzo Custer b 1857 d 1927 m Serena Duncan b 1858 d 1907
-7-1-2-2-5 Mark Custer b 1859 d 1928 m Ida Payne b 1865 d 1937
-7-1-2-2-6 Theodore Custer b 1853 d 1890 m susan Archer
-7-1-2-2-7 Catherine Sutton d 1869
-7-1-2-2-8 J Sutton d 1869
-7-1-2-2-9 Albert Sutton m Nettie ?Sutton
-7-1-2-2-10 Wesley Sutton
-7-1-2-3-1 Thomas Morehead b 1847 d 1900 m Mary Treadway b 1860 d 1950
-7-1-2-3-2 Richard Morehead b 1850 d 1935 m Letha Sawyer
-7-1-2-3-3 Emma Morehead b 1852 d 1940 m Elmore Richard d 1898
-7-1-2-3-4 John Morehead
-7-1-2-3-5 Viola Morehead
-7-1-2-3-6 William Morehead
-7-1-2-3-7 Ellen Morehead
-7-1-2-3-8 Martha Morehead
-7-1-2-3-9 Mary Morehead b 1867
-7-1-2-3-10 Charles Morehead b 1869
-7-1-2-3-11 Abraham Morehead
-7-1-2-3-12 Lucinda Morehead
-7-1-2-3-13 Oza Morehead
-7-1-2-3-14 George Morehead b 1881 d 1954
-7-1-2-3-15 James Morehead b 1883 d 1941
-7-1-4-1-1 Sarah Sheppard
-7-1-9-1-1 Orra Morehead
-7-1-9-3-1 Delman Morehead b 1873
-7-1-9-3-2 albert Morehead
-7-1-9-3-3 Lydia Morehead
-7-1-9-3-4 George Morehead
-7-1-9-3-5 Olivewr Morehead
-5-6-3-1-13-1 Wander Smith b 1857 d 1861
-5-6-3-1-13-2 Aristotle Smith b 1863 d 1911
-5-6-3-1-13-3 Antolla Smith b 1863
-5-6-3-1-13-4 Pocahontas Matoaka Smith b 17 Apr 1864 Frederick VA d 22 Jun 1936 m Samuel Vineyard b 1856 d 1938
-5-6-3-1-13-5 Ann Smith b 1867 d 1910
-5-8-2-1-1-1 John Reynolds Stokes b 1882 Greenville Muhlenberg Co KY d 1957 Lorna Linda CA m Maynie Coleman b 1884 d 1971 dau of James Herod Coleman b 23 May 1853 Muhlenberg Co KY d there 7 Jul 1922 m Druscilla Bridges b 1854 d 1926 dau of William E Bridges b 1823 Wilson Co TN d 26 Dec 1898 Muhlenberg Co and Mary Clemmons b 1823 d 1902
-6-2-1-1-1-1 Odessa Lee Grady b.Hopkins Co., Ky., 12 Feb. 1917 [Kentucky Birth Index, 1911-1999, vol. 15, cert. 7377], d Berrien Mich 20 Aug. 1994 [SSDI 404-26-8158] m Cassius Marcellus Clay, b Jefferson Co Ky 11 Nov 1912 d Jefferson Co Ky., 8 Feb 1990 [SSDI 403-16-4967; Kentucky Death Index, 1911-2000, vol. 9, cert. 4003]
-6-2-1-1-1-1-1 Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr from [ca. 1964-5] "Muhammad Ali Haj" boxer, b Louisville, Ky., 17 Jan. 1942 [Kentucky Birth Index, 1911-1999, vol. 6, cert 2705
|Ar9-3-7?||Judith Armistead b Kingston Gloucester Co VA d 1770
m george Dudley b 1690
|-1 Richard S Dudley b Kingston Gloucester Co d 1 Jul 1774 Cross Creek Cumberland Co NC m Sara Tyson d 1798||-1-1 Richard Dudley b 20 Mar 1772 Cross Creek Cumberland Co NC d 17 Aug 1823 Carlisle Marlborough Co SCm Ann Newberry||-1-1-1 George Augustus Frederick Dudley b 6 Dec 1803 Fayetteville d 28 May 1876 Blenheim SC m Caroline Ballard b 1803 d 1876|
m Martha Burwell b 1685 d 1710
|+1 Lewis Burwell Bu12-1-4-1 b 1647 in Gloucester, Va d 19 DEC 1710 in 'Fairfield', Gloucester, Va - continued from above
m?2 Abigail Smith Ba11-6-1 b 11 Mar 1656 in Engl d 12 Nov 1693 Va
|+2 Anthony SMITH before 1656 in Carters Creek, Gloucester, Va
m Martha BACON b c 1634
|+3 y Smith
+3 Nathaniel BACON b 1627 in Friston Hall Suffolk bap 29 Aug 1620 in Bury St Edmund Parish Suffolk Engl acting auditor (1675-87) and also president of the Council, governor of Virginia in 1684. d 16 Mar 1692 in Williamsburg bur 18 Mar 1692 York City, Yorktown, Va
m2 Elizabeth Kingsmill widow of Col William Taylor. Nicholas Meriwether, b. 1631, settled Surry Co., 1656 bought from Nathaniel "Island House Tract" of 80 acres on Jamestown Is. 300 ac. New Kent Co., 25 Nov. 1658, assigned by John Bull.
Nicholas Marywether, 80 Acs James City Island 6 Nov 1661, p. 292, (397), formerly planted and seated by Richard Kingsmill, dec'd who was an ancient planter in this country, and by Nathaniel Bacon, Esq. and Elizabeth his wife, only dau. and heir of said Kingsmill.
|Ar9-4-1||William ARMISTEAD b 1715 d 1755.
m1 1738 Mary Bowles b 1718 d 1740 dau of: s.r.
sis of Elinor Bowles m Warner Lewis + Warner Jr and Addison
|James Bowles b ABT 1700 in London, England
m Rebecca Tasker Addison b 3 JAN 1702/03 in Md m2 Jdg George Plater +2 ch
|+1 Thomas Addison b 1679 in Charles Co., Md or England (son of John Addison b ABT 1634 in England
and Rebecca Wilkinson b 1633 in Norfolk, VA)
m Elizabeth Tasker b 1686 in Calvert Co., MD (dau of Thomas Tasker b c 1640 in England and Rebecca Isaac b c 1655 in England)
|Ar9-4-1-1||Mary Ann Armistead b 1753 in Gloucester, Va
m 13 Mar 1786 Thomas Taylor BYRD b 17 Jan 1752 in Westover, Charles City Co Va d 19 Aug 1821 in Cottage Farm, Frederick Co Va bur 1823 in Old Chapel Cem., Frederick Co Va.
|Ar9-4-1-1-1||John Carter BYRD was born about 1778 in Westover, Charles City Co Va He died in 1814.|
|Ar9-4-1-1-2||Frances Otway BYRD was born about 1780 in Westover, Charles City Co., Va He had other parents.|
|Ar9-4-1-1-3||William BYRDb c 1785 in Westover, Charles City Co VA|
|Ar9-4-1-1-4||Richard Evelyn BYRD b 29 Dec 1801. d on 1 Jan 1872.|
|Ar9-4-1-2||John Bowles Armistead b 1742 Gloucester/?Caroline Va d 1799/?88 Hesse Castle Gloucester VA m 17 Mar 1764 Lucinda Baylor b 12 OCT 1746 in Caroline Co dau of John Baylor and Frnces Walker|
|Ar9-4-1-2-1||Addison Armistead b c 1770 in Virginia|
|Ar9-4-1-2-2||George Armistead b 10 APR 1780 Newmarket Caroline Co VA d 25 Apr 1818|
|Ar9-4-1-2-3||Ellen Bowles Armistead b: ABT 1781 in Virginia|
|Ar9-4-1-2-4||Brig Gen Walker Keith Armistead b 1783 in Virginia
m 1814 Elizabeth Stanley b 1798 in Newborn, NC d Sep 1861 Fauquier Co
|Ar9-4-1-2-4-1||Lewis Addison Armistead b 18 FEB 1817 New Bern Craven Co NC k 5 Jul 1863 Gettysburg PA
m1 Cecelia Love d 1850
m2 Cornelia Jamison d 1855
|Ar9-4-1-2-4-2||Bowles E. Armistead b 26 APR 1838 in Fauquier Co d 16 OCT 1916 in Fauquier Co Va
Bur Upperville Cemetery, Upperville, Fauquier
m1 after 1860 Susan Lewis Marshall b: 11 DEC 1848 in Fauquier Co Va dau of Fielding Lewis Marshall b 29 MAR 1819 in Fauquier Co Va and Rebecca Frances Coke b 26 OCT 1824 in Fauquier Co
m2 1871 Elizabeth Brooke Marshall b MAY 1846 in Fauquier Co dau of Henry Morris Marshall b: 13 JUN 1811 in Fauquier Co., Virginia and Elizabeth Whiting Brooke b: OCT 1813 in Fauquier Co
|Ar9-4-1-2-5||Elizabeth Bowles Armistead b ABT 1784 in Va d Jul 1826 m 5 Nov 1804 John Daingerfield b 7 NOV 1767 in Essex Co Va|
|Ar9-4-1-2-6||Mary B. Armistead b c 1786 d 1840
m 1800 Landon Carter b 16 JUN 1757 in Richmond, Va son of Robert Wormeley Carter b 1733 in 'Sabine Hall', Richmond Co., Virginia and Winifred Tavener Beale b c 1740 in Richmond Co
|-1 John Armistead Carter b: 1807 in Va
m Richardetta DeButts b: 1816 in Loudoun Co Va
|-1-1 Richard Welby Carter b: 1837 in Loudoun Co m 1865 Sophia DeButts Carter b: MAR 1841 in Fauquier Co., Virginia
-1-1-1 Nina Dulany Carter b: 21 NOV 1881 in Mercer, Loudoun Co, Va
-1-1-2 Juliet R. Carter b: OCT 1888 in Loudoun Co (census 1880 indicates other ch or grandch)
|Ar9-4-1-3||Bowles Armistead b 1752 Hanover Co d there 1785
m Mary Ann Fontaine b c 1759 Beaverdam Hanover Co d Apr 1799 Fredericksburg VA dau of Col. Peter Fontaine and Elizabeth Louise Winston b 17 DEC 1720/?34 in Albemarle Co Va she m2 Col John Lewis d 1825
|-1 y Armistead m x Terrill.
-2 William Bowles Armistead.
-3 Maj. Peter Fontaine Armistead b 1778 d 1866.
-4 Elizabeth Armistead b 1780.
-5 Mary Bowles Armistead b 1783 d 2 Mar 186
|Ar9-4-1-4||Col George Armistead b 1779 Newmarket Caroline Co Va d 1817 commanded Fort McHenry during the Battle of Baltimore in the War of 1812. The attack became immortalized by onlooker Francis Scott Key who penned The Star Spangled Banner while watching the British bombardment of Armistead's fort.|
|Ar9-4-1-5||Brig Gen Walker Keith Armistead,|
|Ar9-4-1-5-1||Gen. Lewis Addison Armistead CSA k 3 July 1863 at Gettysburg|
|Ar9-4-1-6?||Deborah Armistead b 1740 d 1769
m William Thomas b 1730 d 1821
|-1 James Thomas b 1760 d 1836 m Mourning Thomas b 1762 d 1856|
|Ar9-4-1-7??||William Armistead b 1739 d 1782
m1 Maria Carter b 1746 d 1768
|Ar9-4-2||Lucy Armistead b 1725 d 1770 Yorktown
m Secr Thomas Nelson
|-1 Capt Thomas Nelson, Jr
-2 Col. William Nelson
-3 Major John Nelson
m Dudley Diggs b c 1718 d 1790 York Co VA son of Lt Col Cole Digges and Elizabeth Power he m2 Elizabeth Wormeley
|Ar9-5||Mary Armistead b 1680 Hesse Gloucester Co VA d 1724 Dunkirk King and Queen Co VA 1724
m Peter Rogers b 1677 worcester Engl d Dunkirk
|-1 Thomas Rogers b Dunkirk d 19 Feb 1754 Bertie Co NC m Mary Jordan||-1-1 Thomas Rogers b 1730 Bertie NC d 1807 Mecklenburg Co VA m Sarah Patterson||-1-1-1 Thomas Rogers III b 1773 Dinwiddie VA d there m Mary Rives b 1782 Dinwiddie VA d there 1829|
b 1641 died on 23 Apr 1692 in Spotsylvania Co VA
m1 on 28 Mar 1679 Theophilius Hone d ,
m2 Robert Beverley Be11 b 1635 d 15 Mar 1687
|Ar10-3-1 = Be10-5||John Beverley.|
|Ar10-3-2 = Be10-6||Thomas Beverley died on 20 Sep 1686.|
|Ar10-3-3 = Be10-7||Catherine Beverley, married Hon. John Robinson.|
|Ar10-3-4 = Be10-8||William Beverley was baptized on 4 Jan 1680.|
|Ar10-3-5 = Be10-9||Christopher Beverley was baptized on 19 Mar 1686.|
|m3||17 Sep 1687/?17 Nov 1687 b 1645 Hon. Christopher Robinson and according to freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~lzrslong/b136.htm#P120109 d 13 Feb 1693.|
|Ar10-3-8||Agatha ROBINSON II,|
|Ar10-3-10||Christopher ROBINSON II,|
|Ar10-3-11||John ROBINSON II,|
|Ar10-4||Anthony Armistead b 1645 d 1726
Hannah Ellison b 1644 dau of Dr. Ellison, of James City County. Dr. Robert Ellison was leading Burgess in 1656-'59-'60-'61-'62-'63, with rank of Captain
|Ar10-4-1||Maj. William Armistead #82 "the brick house tract" will 5 Jan 1714|
|Ar10-4-1-2||John Armistead will 1791 96 married Anne married 2nd Elizabeth named in will|
|Ar10-4-1-2-1||Starkey Armistead ca 1748 - bef 1791|
|Ar10-4-1-2-2||John Armistead 1000 ac NC|
|Ar10-4-1-2-3||Robert Armistead in Northampton Co NC|
|Ar10-4-1-2-4||Elizabeth Armistead married Thomas Smith|
|Ar10-4-2||Anthony Armistead of "Willocks" and "The Mill,"
m Mary Tucker dau of Anthony Tucker and Rosea, widow of Jonathan Curle.
|Ar10-4-2-1||Anthony Armistead ca 1728 -
m Sarah Archer of NC
|Ar10-4-2-1-1||Anthony Armistead married Mourning ? i. Anthony Armistead|
|Ar10-4-2-1-3||Westwood Armistead 1763 NH co NC - 1848 Chatham Co NC m1 Miss Horn|
|Ar10-4-2-1-3-1||i. William Westwood Armistead
m1 Rose Tyler
ma2 Mary White
|Ar10-4-2-1-3-1-1||1. Kate G Armistead m Samuel Livingston Reese buried in Shiloh Cemetery at Ovilla, Ellis Co TX line of Bill Page|
|Ar10-4-2-1-3-2||Robert Horn Armistead|
|m||m2 Lucy Minor|
|Ar10-4-2-1-3-3||Rosea Armistead m y Tyler|
|Ar10-4-2-1-3-7||Elizabeth Armistead m y Barbee|
|Ar10-4-2-1-4||Alexander Carver Armistead d 1822 Chatham Co NC married Frances ?|
|Ar10-4-2-1-5||Elizabeth Armistead married William Williams||i. Mary Armistead Williams|
|Ar10-4-2-2||Capt William Armistead b 19 Sept 1730 d Jan 1791 Bertie Co
m Sarah Jordan
|Ar10-4-2-3||Robert Armistead #205|
|Ar10-4-2-4||Westwood Armistead b 1692 d 1756
m Mary Tabb b 1730 d 1760
|Ar10-4-2-5||Alexander Carver Armistead #207|
|Ar10-4-3||Robert Armistead "Buckroe" 1685 - ca 1742 Possibly
the same as listed as Shipwright
apprentice in 1702 in Hampton Va
m Lenora Angelica Booth
|+1 Robert Booth Jr b 1644 d 1692
m Anne Bray
|+2 Robert Booth b c 1610 d 1657
m Frances Burgess b c 1609 d c 1668
+2 James Bray d 1691 VA
m Angelica Gibson
|+3 Edward Booth b 1578 d 1622
m Dulcia Massey
+3 John Giles Bray
m Anne Chetwood
|Ar10-4-3-1||Boothe Armistead ca 1710 - 1727 adm. granted to Robert Armistead married Mary Thompson, sister of Stephens Thompson, Attorney-General of VA she married 2nd Graves Packe, Justice of the Peace, York Co|
|Ar10-4-3-2||Ellyson Armistead d. bef 1757 married 1st Miss Bray|
|Ar10-4-3-2-1||Robert Booth Armistead bef 1737 - married Anne Shields 31 July 1742 -|
|Ar10-4-3-2-1-1||Mary Marot Armistead
m Gov. John Tyler of "Greenway" 28 Feb 1746 - 6 Jan 1813 He read law under his wifes cousin, Robert Carter Nicholas
|Ar10-4-3-2-1-1-1||Anne Contesse Tyler b1778 m James Sempel|
|Ar10-4-3-2-1-1-2||Elizabeth Armistead Tyler b 1780 m John Clayton Pryor|
|Ar10-4-3-2-1-1-3||Martha Jefferson Tyler|
|Ar10-4-3-2-1-1-4||Maria Henry Tyler|
|Ar10-4-3-2-1-1-5||Wat Henry Tyler|
|Ar10-4-3-2-1-1-5||President John Tyler b 29 March 1790 - 18 Jan 1862 Arguably the most famous and significant achievement of Tyler's administration (aside from setting the precedent for Vice-Presidential succession) was the annexation of the Republic of Texas in 1845. Tyler was the first president born after the adoption of the Constitution, the only president to have held the office of President pro tempore of the Senate, and the only former president elected to office in the government of the Confederacy during the Civil War (though he died before he assumed said office).|
|Ar10-4-3-2-1-1-7||Christiana Booth Tyler|
|Ar10-4-3-2-2||James Bray Armistead d 1790 left property to Diana Wallace Bailey (presumably a granddaughter)
m1 1740 Jane Anderson + 5 ch dau of Rev. Charles Anderson
m2 Catherine Nutting wid Sheldon d bef 3 May 1748 (dates indicate this may have been a second marriage of his father) dau of Capt. Thomas Nutting and Elizabeth Booth widow of William Sheldon
|-1 Ellyson Armistead
-2 Charles Armistead
-3 Frances Anderson Armistead m y Nelson
-4 Jane Armistead
-5 Elizabeth Armistead
|Ar10-4-3-3||Booth Armistead d. 1770 married Frances|
|Ar10-4-3-3-4||Robert Armistead [not of age]|
|Ar10-4-3-4||Robert Armistead est 1730 m Louisa Westwood ca 1730|
|Ar10-4-3-4-1||Mary Elizabeth Armistead 1 May 1760 - 1825 m Stephen Thomson Mason 29 Dec 1760 - 1803|
|Ar10-4-3-6||child b 1737 - d y|
m 15 Oct 1698 John West of West Point VA
|Ar10-4-5?||possibly here was: (but intermediate generation is shown for Anthony Armistead b 1668 d 1728 m1 Elizabeth Westwood m2 Ann x b 1672 + full sibling Elizabeth Armistead m William Smelt and had Elizabeth and Sarah Smelt, half sibling Ar10-4-2-4 Westwood Armistead s a)
Mary Armistead b 1706 Elizabeth City Co VA d 1766
m Thomas Tabb b 1705 d 1736 son of Thomas Tabb b 1674 d 1717 and Mary Howard b 1681 d 1711
|-1 Elizabeth Tabb b 1726 d 1761 m William King b 1673 d 1747 (implausible dates!!)
-2 Thomas Tabb b 1730 d 1775
-3 Mary Tabb m Christopher Foster b 1721 d 1775
|-1-1 Charles King m Mary ?King
-1-2 Mary King b 1755 d 1789
-1-3 Henry King d 1771
-3-1 Sarah Foster b 17 Mar 1773 Warrington NC d 3 Aug 1851 Gallatin Sumner Co TN m Miles Cary Felts b 3 Nov 1756 Sussex Co VA d 14 Jan 1840 Davidson Co TN
|-1-1-1 Solomon King b 1735 d 1795
-1-1-2 Michael King b 1737 d 1805
-1-1-3 Mary King b 1739
-1-1-4 Charles King b 1743
-1-1-5 Henry King b 1750 d 1782
-1-1-6 William King b c 1760 d 1811
-3-1-1 Lamiza Felts m William Blair
-3-1-1-1 James Blair m Annie Baker
m Christopher Wormeley
|-1 Judith Wormeley b 25 May 1683, Middlesex Co d 1720 Middlesex Co
m 12 Oct 1703, Middlesex Co Christopher Robinson b 1681 Middlesex Co d 20 Feb 1727, Middlesex Co educ William & Mary College memb. House of Burgesses 1705-06 & 1710-14
-2 Col. Ralph Wormeley b. 1650; d. 5 Dec 1700; educ: Oriel Coll, Oxford; memb. House of Burgesses 1674; memb. King's Council 1677; Secretary of State 1693; Pres. of King's Council 1674. m1 Catherine Lunsford + 2 ch she m1 Peter Jennings, Burgess; dau of Sir Thomas Lunsford & Elizabeth. m2 16 Feb 1687 Elizabeth Armistead b 16 Feb 1667, Gloucester Co d 16 Nov 1716 + 2 ch dau of John Armistead & Judith Robinson.
-3 Aylmer Wormeley
|-1-1 Benjamin Robinson b ca 1707, Middlesex Co d 23 Aug 1723, Middlesex Co
-1-2 John Robinson b ca. 1708, Middlesex Co d 1787 Middlesex Co will written 21 Feb 1785 prob 23 July 1787 m1 Frances Yates + 5 ch m2 x Churchill + 2ch m3 Anne Read + 3 ch
-1-3 Judith Robinson b ca 1711 Middlesex Co d 1757
-1-4 Frances Robinson b 5 Oct 1714
-1-5 Rev William Robinson b 5 Mar 1716, Middlesex Co d ca 1768 educ Oriel College, Oxford BA 1740 ordained minister in London 1744 to Virginia; rector of Stratton Major Parish, King & Queen Co, until his death; one of the leading clergymen opposing the Two Penny Act; 1761 Commissary of the Bishop of London & memb. of the Colonial Council m Alice Needler dau of Benjamin Needler, Clerk to the Council & Alice Corbin.
-1-6 Peter Robinson b 1 Mar 1718 d June 1765, King William Co educ Oriel College, Oxford; memb. House of Burgesses for King William Co 1758-61 m 9 Aug 1750, Middlesex Co Sarah Lister
-1-7 Christopher Robinson b 1705, Middlesex Co d 28 July 1768, Middlesex Co will written 17 July 1768, probated 6 Dec 1768 m1 Mary Berkeley b 24 May 1711, Gloucester Co + 3 ch dau of Edmund Berkeley & Lucy Burwell ?dau of Elizabeth Carter and lewis Burwell m2 May 1750, Middlesex Co) Sarah Wormeley b 23 Mar 1717; d 1772, Middlesex Co + 3 ch dau of John Wormeley of Rosegill & Elizabeth
-2-1 a Elizabeth Wormeley b 10 Apr 1682, Middlesex Co d. 30 Mar 1740. m 1 June 1703, Middlesex Co John Lomax b. 4 Feb 1675, Northumberland, England.
-2-2 a Catherine Wormeley b 4 Mar 1679 d ca. 1707. she m2 Col. Gawin Corbin b ca 1659, Middlesex Co d 1 Jan 1745, King and Queen Co.
-2-3 b John Wormeley b 1689; d. 1726. See below.
-2-4 b Judith Armistead Wormeley; b. 1695, Middlesex Co d 12 Dec 1716, Gloucester Co. m Aug 1712, Gloucester Co Mann Page of Rosewell b. 1691, Gloucester Co d. 24 Jan 1731, Gloucester Co.
-2-5 b Letetia Wormeley m William Tayloe b. 30 July 1694 d. May 1770.
-1-2-1 Robert Robinson b 29 Apr 1750 d ca 1818 Nova Scotia 1778 he and his tutor Francis Hargreaves ran away to join the English Army; Lieut. King's Loyal Americans; after the Revolutionary War he settled in Nova Scotia m Dorothea Budd of Digby, NS.<
-1-2-2 Mary Robinson d 1803
-1-2-3 William Robinson b 11 Apr 1749 d ca. 1808, Middlesex Co d ca 1808 Middlesex Co m1 12 Mar 1806, Middlesex Co Elizabeth Lilly dau of Thomas Lilly & Lucy Burwell she m2 John Chowning Jr
-1-2-4 John Robinson d ca 1818, Middlesex Co m Deborah Dunlap dau of William Dunlap & Deborah _.
-1-2-5 Catherine Robinson m 2 July 1785 Thomas Wyatt
-1-2-6 b Priscilla Robinson m. _ Elliott
-1-2-7 b Peter Robinson
-1-2-8 c Judith Robinson b 14 Sept 1736; d Jan 1806; will written 8 Dec 1805, probated 4 Feb 1806
-1-2-9 c Christopher Robinson b 2 Apr 1738
-1-2-10 c Elizabeth Robinson m 1763, Middlesex Co Matthew Whiting Jr IDENTIFY
-1-5-1 Christopher Robinson b about 1740
-1-5-2 Benjamin Robinson b about 1742 m 0ct 1777 Middlesex Co Hannah Churchill dau of William Churchill & Elizabeth Carter.
-1-5-3 Needler Robinson b about 1744 d 1823
-1-5-4 Alice Robinson b about 1746
-1-6-1 Judith Robinson will written 28 Juy 1826, King William Co, probated 26 Nov 1827, King William Co m 8 Oct 1773, Middlesex Co Benjamin Grymes d Sept 1805, Orange Co
-1-6-2 Lucy Robinson m Thomas Robinson
-1-6-3 Sarah Robinson b King William Co b about 1735 possibly = m John Gilbertus Hunt b 1731 Surry Co Va d 30 May 1821 Charlotte Va son of James Hunt b 1704 in Hanover Va d 1796 Charlotte Va and Mary Gilbert b 11 Dec 1712 in Hanover Va
-1-6-4 Christopher Robinson
-1-6-5 Peter Robinson
-1-7-1 a Judith Robinson b 2 Jun 1736, Middlesex Co; d 30 Dec 1757, King William Co m 16 July 1755, Middlesex Co) Carter Braxton, the Signer b 10 Sept 1736, King and Queen Co; d 10 Oct 1797
-1-7-2 a Christopher Robinson b 9 Mar 1738 d 23 Oct 1775
-1-7-3 a Lucy Robinson d 7 Mar 1734, Middlesex Co
-1-7-4 b Christopher Robinson b 1754, Middlesex Co d 1784
-1-7-5 b Mary Robinson
-1-7-6 b Elizabeth Robinson m 19 May 1782, Middlesex Co) William Steptoe b 1753, Middlesex Co
-1-2-1-1 Judith Robinson b about 1775
-1-2-1-2 John Robinson
-1-2-3-1 Lucy Lilly Robinson b 1 Jan 1807 d 17 June 1884 m 26 Sept 1826, Middlesex Co Benjamin Temple b 12 Jan 1801, Spotsylvania Co d 13 July 1872, Spotsylvania Co
-1-2-3-2 Judith Williamtina Robinson b 9 Mar 1808 m John Roberts Taylor b 4 July 1803
-1-2-4-1 William D Robinson
-1-2-4-2 Benjamin F. Robinson
-1-2-4-3 Christopher Robinson
-1-2-4-4 Deborah E. Robinson
-1-2-5-1 John Robinson Wiatt b c 1786/7 Va d 4 Aug 1855 Norfolk Va m Caroline Carter Fontaine b 10 Dec 1785 Va d 1 Aug 1855 Norfolk Va dau of James Maury Fontaine b 1738 Gloucester Co Va d 11 Mar 1795 and Elizabeth Carter Churchill b c 1757 grandau of William Churchill and Elizabeth Carter b c 1730 Cleve Kg Geo Co Va
-1-5-2-1 Benjamin Robinson
-1-5-2-2 Hannah Robinson m _ Tomkies, from Gloucester Co.
-1-5-2-3 William Robinson m Martha Stubbs
-1-5-2-4 Eliza Robinson
-1-5-2-5 Alice Robinson m Robert Jennings
-1-6-2-1 Alexander Lister Robinson
-1-2-1-2-1 Thomas Robinson of St. Johns New Brunswick, Pres. Western Union Telegraph Co - INVESTIGATE
-1-2-5-1-1 James Maury Fontaine Wiatt b 24 Feb 1816 d 1865 Norfolk m Elizabeth Chapman ancestors of William Edgar Wyatt, David Nicholas's DNA match
-1-5-2-3-1 Benjamin Needler Robinson m Lucy Heabard Moore b ca 1790 dau of Andrew Leiper Moore & Anne Fitzhugh Nelson
-1-5-2-3-2 Ann Robinson
-1-5-2-3-3 Gabrielle Robinson
-1-5-2-3-4 William Robinson m Alice Octavia Jennings
-1-5-2-3-1-1 Leiper Moore Robinson d 1910, Richmond m Mary S. Campbell; dau of Charles Campbell
-1-5-2-3-1-2 Elizabeth Taylor Robinson m John d Turner
-1-5-2-3-1-3 Nannie Leiper Robinson
-1-5-2-3-1-4 Benjamin Needler Robinson b 18 Jan 1848 d 13 Dec 1893 bur Richmond m Elizabeth Adams Taylor b 1 Jan 1853 d 18 Apr 1926 bur Richmond
-1-5-2-3-1-5 Mary Prosser Robinson
-1-5-2-3-1-6 Kate Spotswood Robinson
-1-5-2-3-1-7 William Robinson
-1-5-2-3-1-8 Martha Gabriella Robinson
-1-5-2-3-1-4-2 Benjmain Needler Robinson b 1883 d 1900; bur Richmond
-1-5-2-3-1-4-3 Katherine Spotswood Robinson b 27 May 1891 d 20 June 1959; bur. Richmond.
-5-2-3-4-1 William Cary Robinson
-1-5-2-3-4-2 Alice Churchill Robinson m 1872 Edward Virginius Valentine, the sculptor b 12 Nov 1838, Richmond d 19 Oct 1930, Richmond.
-1-5-2-3-4-3 Octavia Robinson
-1-5-18.104.22.168 Needler J. Robinson
-1-5-2-3-1-1-1 Leiper Moore Robinson
-1-5-2-3-1-1-2 Russell Robinson
-1-5-2-3-1-4-1 James Taylor Robinson b 7 Jan 1880 d 26 Apr 1963 bur Richmond m Inez Montague b 30 Sept 1884 d 2 Oct 1956 bur Richmond dau of Percy Montague & Inez Withers
|Ar10-6?||Mary Armistead b 1682
m?1 James Burwell b 4 FEB 1688/89 in Gloucester d 15 SEP 1718 in will probated Yorktown son of Lewis Burwell Bu12-1-4-1 b 1647 in Gloucester, Va d 19 DEC 1710 in 'Fairfield', Gloucester, Va - continued from above
|-1 Nathaniel Bacon Burwell b 1716 d 1746 m Jemima Cocke b 1713
-2 Ann Burwell b 1723 m John Mooring b 1695
-3 Lucy Burwell (from Geoge Dyer's and Carol Sheedy's trees)
|-1-1 James Burwell b 1735 King's Creek Plantation York VA d there 10 Sep 1775 m Anne Jones b 15 Feb 1740 WEstmoreland Va d 30 Oct 1779 York VA
-1-2 Elizabeth Burwell b 1736 King's Creek Plantation York VA d 1796 m1 Richard Hewitt m2 Edward Harwood
-2-1 Penelope Stanton Mooring b 1752 d 6 Jun 1818 Wayne Co NC m James Edmundson b 1751 NC d 23 Dec 1798 Greene Co NC
-2-2 John Mooring b 1764 d 1821
-2-3 Benjamin Mooring b 1770
-2-4 Henry Mooring b 1772 d 1845
-2-5 Thomas Mooring b 1780 d 1840 m1 Hattie + 1 ch m2 Zipha Wiggs
-2-6 James Mooring b 17
|-1-1-1 Nathaniel Burwell b c 1760 m Elizabeth Smith
-1-1-2 Anne Burwell b 1765 d 1811
-1-1-3 Walter Burwell b 1768 d 1811
-1-1-4 Rachel Burwell b 1773 d 1832 m Thomas Emmerson b 1773
-1-1-5 Bacon Burwell b 1776 d 1826 m Priscilla Merchant b 1791 d 1849
-1-1-6 James Burwell b 1777 King's Creek Plantation York VA d 1803 Northumberland VA m Judith Ball b 1777
-1-2-1 Elizabeth Hewitt
-1-2-2 Dorothy Hewitt
-1-2-3 Mary Hewitt
-1-2-4 Ann Hewitt
-2-1-1 Bryant Edmundson b 1782 Wayne Co NC d 21 Mar 1854 Dekalb Co GA m Smitha Williamson b 1785 d 1837
-2-5-1 Wiley Mooring b 1807 d 1880 m1 Mary Lane b 1811 d 1862 + ch m2 Melvina Mooring
-2-6-1 Mariah Mooring b 1834 d 1862 m Alexander Fields b 1821 d 1864
|-1-1-1-1 James Burwell b c 1780 d 1811
-1-1-4-1 John Emmerson
-1-1-4-2 Arthur Emmerson
-1-1-4-3 Ann Emmerson b 1795 d 1821 m Dr. Alexander McGehee b 1790 d 1841
-1-1-4-4 Sophie Emmerson b 1801 d 1863 m Dr. Joseph Reese
-1-1-4-5 James Emmerson
-1-1-4-6 Elizabeth Emmerson m Onslow Murrell
-1-1-4-7 Thomas Emmerson b 1811 d 1858
-1-1-5-1 James Burwell b 1814 d 1847 m Ann Sale b 1813 d 1902
-1-1-6-1 Ann Burwell b 1800 m William Latane b 1788 d 1846
-1-1-6-2 Rachel Burwell b ?1804 m Thomas Emerson b 1804
-1-1-6-3 Edwin Burwell b ?1808 m Cecelia Washington
-1-1-6-4 James Burwell b 1803 d 1871
-2-1-1-1 Wiley Edmundson b 1812 m Mary Harden
-2-1-1-1-1 Arrinda Edmundson b 1838 d 1910 m John Martin b 1834 d 1910
-2-5-1-1 Martha Mooring b 1833
-2-5-1-2 Nathan Mooring b 1835 m Johnnie Moring
-2-5-1-3 Zilpha Mooring b 1837 Wayne Co NC d 30 Jun 1912 m Bryant Edmunson b 1839
-2-5-1-4 x Mooring b 1838 d 1850
-2-5-1-5 Elizabeth Mooring b 1841 d 1863
-2-5-1-6 John Mooring b 1842 d 1910 m1 Winifred Hill b 1836 d 1877 m2 Johnnie Vaughn b 1863 d 1910
-2-5-1-7 Lucinda Mooring b 1845 d 1912
-2-5-1-8 Susan Mooring b 1846 d 1927 m Benjamin Bradshaw b 1836 d 1864
-2-5-1-9 Nancy Mooring b 1867 d 1928
-2-5-1-10 William Mooring d 1910 m Penny Mannings b NC d 10 May 1919 Greene Co NC
-2-6-1-1 Barbara Fields m 1854 d 1938 m1 John Mewborn/Mewwhine b 1854 d 1900
-2-6-1-2 Virginia Fields
|Ar11-2||y Armistead b about 1610.|
|Ar11-2-1||y Armistead b about 1635.|
|Ar11-2-1-1||y Armistead b about 1660.|
|Ar11-2-1-1-1||y Armistead b about 1690.|
|Ar11-2-1-1-1-1||y Armistead b about 1720.|
|Ar11-2-1-1-1-1-1||y Armistead b about 1750.||-1 Eleanor Armistead b about 1795 in Hutton Roof about 63 miles from Kirk Deighton
m y Smith
-1-1 Stephen Smith of Preston, Lancashire, ancestor of one of the author's DNA matches.
The Armistead house is in Williamsburg, Va.
Sources: Mrs. Nicholas’ (Ni3-5) notes
Crozier, Virginia Heraldica, pp 96-7
received a land grant on Mobjack Bay in 1637, and who appears to have immigrated on a special London based ship, the "Tristram and Jane" near Easter, 1637.
The “Tristram and Jane” passenger list does not indicate that William Armistead was very important with only one servant, while others, a “Cornwallis”, a “Sir John Howe” and a “John Davis, Knight” ranked five to seven servants, each. The total number of passengers were listed at 43 with 70 servants, and included a “John Smith”, who was, perhaps, Capt. John Smith or his son. A “Cornwallis” could have been Capt. Cornwallis (of 1637) or any member in the Cornwallis Royal Line from Kent. (*5)
The Armistead Family motto is “Suivez la Raison” or “Follow the Reason”, which is what this booklet is attempting to accomplish. (*22)
Data from http://www.sallysfamilyplace.com/Rayner/armistead3.htm#Anthony%20Armistead%20d%20bef%201728:
In 1697, Col. John Armistead, of Gloucester County, made a deed (which is on record in Elizabeth City County) in which styling himself "brother and heir" of William A., deceased, and "son and Heire" of William Armistead, of Elizabeth City County, Gent., "he confirms to Anthony Armistead, his brother, all land on Back River, in said County, of which his father died seised."
The Robinson Almshouses, Burneston
The group of houses which comprise the hamlet of Theakston is situated less than half a mile north-west of Burneston and is built along a wide lane turning west from the road joining Burneston and Exelby. Theakston Hall, at the west end of the village, is the residence of Mr. John McIntyre, and to the west of the grounds is the common. Theakston Grange is on Leeming Lane, half a mile north-east of the village. Leeming village is built along Leeming Lane, where it crosses Bedale Beck by a bridge. The houses are brick or rough-cast and are built mostly in rows of even size. On the east side a row of small halfruinous cottages with gardens stands back from the road. The church of St. John the Baptist is on the west of Leeming Lane. There are Wesleyan and Primitive Methodist chapels here, the former built in 1904. West of the village on Main Cut are a mill and a spring, and on Bedale Beck, about a mile northeast, there is a corn-mill near low meadow ground called The Bottoms. Newton House, standing in a wooded park, the residence of Mr. William Derby Russell, D.L., J.P., is also on Leeming Lane and is south-east of Leeming. To the south of the park is the hamlet of Londonderry, consisting of an inn, a mission hall and a few houses. It is connected by Tofts Lane with Exelby, which lies half a mile southeast. This is a small village with a Wesleyan chapel. To the north of it are gravel-pits. Interesting placenames in the parish are Hunger Hill, Pewet Hill, North Folly, Keld Hill, Conquers Hill and Swarthlands.
In 1086 8 carucates in BURNESTON belonged to Count Alan, and were among the lands held by Merlesuain in the time of Edward the Confessor, and at the time of the Domesday Survey by Robert de Musters. (fn. 2) Robert de Musters granted 4 carucates of land here and the church in the late 11th century to the abbey of St. Mary, York, (fn. 3) to which Ribald of Middleham (q.v.) granted 4 more carucates before 1112. (fn. 4) In 1286–7 (fn. 5) the abbey held half Burneston of Robert de Musters and the other half of the lady of Middleham. At the Dissolution Burneston was still among its possessions. (fn. 6) In 1591 Queen Elizabeth granted this manor to Sir Richard Theakston. (fn. 7) He died seised of it in 1609, leaving a son and heir William, (fn. 8) who sold the manor in 1639 with all the appurtenances to John Pierse of Bedale and his daughter Dorothy and Richard Pierse. (fn. 9) It subsequently passed into the family of Wastell. John Wastell was in possession of the manor in 1682 (fn. 10) and his son Henry Wastell, clerk, in 1748. (fn. 11) Matthew Montagu (Robinson) fourth Lord Rokeby and his son and heir Edward Montagu were holding it in 1830, (fn. 12) and henceforth the property followed the descent of the manor of Swainby in Pickhill parish (q.v.).
Serjeantson. Paly or and sable a bend azure with a sword argent thereon with hilt and pommel or.
At the time of the Domesday Survey 4 carucates and a manor at CARTHORPE
(Carrtorp, xi cent.; Carthorp, xiii cent.) once held by Archil were among
the lands of Count Alan, with whose successors the overlordship remained.
Gospatric had one plough there. (fn. 13) In 1246 the manor was held by
Avis Marmion, (fn. 14) lady of West Tanfield (q.v.), which Carthorpe followed
in descent until the early 19th century.
Colonel W. R. L. Serjeantson bought Badger Hall (now called Camp Hill) with 131 acres of land from the then owner, Dorothy Lambert, in or about 1799, and he and his son George Serjeantson afterwards bought some adjoining property from Lord Ailesbury at different dates. Although the Serjeantsons appear never to have exercised any manorial rights, that part of Carthorpe which represented the manor was probably acquired by them from Lord Ailesbury either in 1826 or 1856. George Serjeantson died in 1889, having left the property to his cousin James Serjeantson (who predeceased him in 1886) and his heirs. It was afterwards divided and the greater part of it came into the hands of Captain Francis Horner Reynard, J.P., who bought Camp Hill in 1896 and the farm called East Lodge Farm in 1906. (fn. 15)
The history of EXELBY (Aschileby, xi cent.; Eskells, xii cent. ; Eskelby, xiii cent.; Exilby, xv cent.) and that of LEEMING (Lemeng, Leemingg, xiii cent. ; Great Leming, xiv cent.) are very closely interwoven. Exelby consisted in 1086 of 8½ carucates of land belonging to Count Alan. (fn. 16) Leeming is not mentioned in the Survey.
The tenants under the lords of Richmond in the 12th century were the owners of Tanfield. Hugh son of Gernegan confirmed land here to St. Leonard's Hospital, (fn. 17) and his descendants the Marmions continued to hold in demesne lands in Exelby and Leeming which followed the descent of West Tanfield. (fn. 18) In the 17th century they were known as the manors of Exelby and Leeming. (fn. 19) They were purchased in about 1800 from Lord Ailesbury by Mr. Edward Carter, (fn. 20) whose family was represented in 1905 by Mr. Charles Carter of Theakston.
Under the lords of Tanfield the family of Exelby were tenants. Wymar de Exelby, grandson of the Wymar the Dapifer who was lord of Aske at the time of the Domesday Survey, is the first who is known to have held lands here. (fn. 21) He had a son Robert, from whom his lands descended to a son Stephen. (fn. 22) Stephen's heir was his sister Ivetta, married to Alan de Folyfayt. (fn. 23) In 1199 she conveyed 4 carucates in Exelby to Henry son of William, her cousin, and others. (fn. 24) Most of the Exelby lands then descended in the younger branch of the family. Alan de Exelby, grandson of Ivetta, granted his capital messuage for life to Bartholomew brother of Henry in 1251. (fn. 25) The heirs of Bartholomew, who were also heirs of Henry, granted their land here to Roger de Miniott, (fn. 26) who paid subsidy in 1301. (fn. 27) It is probable that this manor descended through the family of Miniott to that of Pigot. (fn. 28) Randle Pigot was holding the manor of Leeming on his death in 1502, (fn. 29) and it was inherited by his niece Margaret Metcalfe. It belonged in 1569 to Thomas Hussey. (fn. 30)
One carucate of land was granted to the hospital of St. Leonard by Wymar de Exelby, (fn. 31) and was in the possession of the hospital in 1286. (fn. 32) In 1335 2 carucates were added by the trustees of John de Helbeck, who had married a widow of one of the Exelbys, (fn. 33) and 2 more were granted by Henry IV, who had them of the gift of Thomas Haxay, clerk, in 1412. (fn. 34) The hospital had a manor here called the 'manor of Exelby' or the 'manor of Leeming' till the Dissolution. This manor of Exelby with Leeming was in the hands of the Crown (fn. 35) in 1542. Exelby Grange (fn. 36) was granted in fee to Sir Richard Theakston and John Welles in 1590, (fn. 37) while the manor with the profits of the manor court were granted in 1602 to Henry Best and Arthur Squire, (fn. 38) and were immediately purchased by Sir Richard Theakston, lord of Burneston (fn. 39) (q.v.), to which manor in 1609 the property probably became appurtenant.
The master of St. Leonard's obtained a grant of free warren here in 1296, (fn. 40) and in 1300 received licence to hold a market here on Fridays and a fair on the eve, day and morrow of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist. (fn. 41)
In 1086 GATENBY (Ghetenesbi, xi cent.; Gattaneby, Geytenby, Gaytenby, xiii cent.) was assessed at 3 carucates, and belonged to Count Alan, whose successors held the overlordship. (fn. 42) It is mentioned in the Domesday Survey in connexion with Burneston and other places in which Robert, the earl's vassal, had the three 'manors' held by Merlesuain in the time of Edward the Confessor. (fn. 43) The mesne lordship of the Musters family is mentioned in 1286–7, when the vill consisted of 3 carucates assessed at one quarter of a knight's fee.
Their tenant was Ralph son of Ranulf, who died in 1270 seised of 4 carucates here. (fn. 44) His son-in-law Robert de Tateshall held the vill in 1286–7. (fn. 45) Robert de Tateshall's grandson died without children in 1306, and his share of Ralph son of Ranulf's lands reverted to Mary eldest daughter of Ralph and wife of Robert Nevill. (fn. 46) The lordship of the Nevills followed the descent of the family, (fn. 47) and was in the hands of Richard Nevill Earl of Salisbury in 1439. (fn. 48)
Aske. Or three bars azure.
Bowes. Ermine three bows gules.
The tenants in demesne in the early 13th century were a family bearing
the territorial name of Gatenby. Roger de Gatenby, who died before 1229,
left three daughters and co-heirs. (fn. 49) Of these Joan (or Juliana)
married Robert Maulovel, Alice appears to have married an Aske, and Sarra
must have carried her share into the family of Rougemond (or Richmond).
(fn. 50) The tenants under Ralph son of Ranulf in 1270 were Gilbert Rougemond,
Hugh de Aske and Stephen Maulovel. (fn. 51) Stephen Maulovel was the son
of Robert and Joan. (fn. 52) The seat of this family was Rampton, in Nottinghamshire,
but after the time of Stephen Gatenby was held by a younger branch, which
called itself Maulovel or Gatenby. William Gatenby son of Thomas was the
chief tenant in 1301 and his son Thomas in 1327. (fn. 53) A William Gatenby
was holding land here in 1421 and another William in 1523. (fn. 54) In
1551 John Gatenby died seised of a third of the vill, leaving a son William.
William's son Anthony succeeded him, and had two daughters and co-heirs,
Mary wife of William Bowes and Anne wife of Thomas Warcop. (fn. 55) Mary
and William sold their share to George Jackson before 1598. The Warcop
family still held theirs in 1649, and the family was living here in 1712.
(fn. 56) The share of the Askes was settled on John Aske in 1250 by Richard
de Arundel and his wife Alice. It followed the descent of Aske (fn. 57)
in Easby parish till the 16th century. William Aske, who held the manor
of Gatenby, died in 1512, leaving as his co-heirs two granddaughters, (fn.
58) who afterwards married Richard Bowes and Ralph Bulmer. (fn. 59) George
Bowes, the son of Richard, (fn. 60) eventually held the manor, which he
seems to have sold to John Jackson in or about 1564. (fn. 61) John Jackson
was seised of the manor of Gatenby at his death in 1583. He had in the
same year settled it on his son and heir George on his marriage with Jane
daughter of John Clopton. (fn. 62) About 1627 the manor was sold by the
representatives of George Jackson and William Clopton to Marmaduke Langdale,
(fn. 63) who afterwards owned this manor of Gatenby and suffered its sequestration
for his delinquency. In 1651 his children petitioned for one fifth of the
estate, for which they had had an order; the tenants, however, had refused
payment, alleging that Major-General Lambert had a grant of the estate
by Act of Parliament. The petition was granted, with arrears from 1649
to the date of the settlement of the estate upon Major-General Lambert
or Sir William Constable. (fn. 64) John Lambert was holding the manor of
Gatenby in 1655, (fn. 65) but Sir Marmaduke Langdale, created Lord Langdale
in 1658, (fn. 66) or his heirs, evidently recovered it, for it was in the
possession of Marmaduke third Lord Langdale in 1706, (fn. 67) and of his
son Marmaduke Lord Langdale in 1742. (fn. 68) The fifth Lord Langdale died
in 1778, (fn. 69) leaving three daughters: Mary, who married Lord Stourton,
Elizabeth, who married Robert Butler, and Apollonia, who married Lord Clifford.
(fn. 70) They obtained an Act of Parliament and sold all their rights in
the manor of Gatenby in 1807. One portion was bought by the Rev. James
Gildard of Kirk Deighton and the other by a Mr. Wilson. After changing
hands two or three times both parts were bought by Lord Darlington, afterwards
Duke of Cleveland. His wife left the property to her great-nephew Robert
Russell, whose cousin Mr. W. D. Russell is the present owner. (fn. 71)
Langdale, Lord Langdale. Sable a cheveron between three stars argent.
The third share of the manor, which was held by Gilbert Rougemond in
1270, was inherited by his son Ralph. (fn. 72) It reappears in 1522 in
the possession of Richard Burgh of Willingham, near Stow, in Lincolnshire.
His heir was his grandson Richard, (fn. 73) whose sisters and co-heirs
conveyed this estate to John Jackson in 1562–3. (fn. 74) It was united
two years later with the Aske portion, and subsequently followed the same
NEWTON (Scabbed Newton, xiii–xviii cent.; Newton Pyggot, xvi cent.) may be identified with the Newton associated with Burneston (q.v.) in Domesday Book and assessed at 6 carucates. (fn. 75) In 1317 free warren here was granted to Ranulf son of Ralph, (fn. 76) lord of Spennithorne (q.v.), which Newton followed in descent. With Spennithorne it was divided in 1517 among the five co-heirs of John Fitz Randall. (fn. 77) The fifth inherited by Elizabeth Strelley was conveyed to William Strangways, clerk, in 1534, (fn. 78) after which no further mention of it has been found. Mary Batty's fifth went, like her fifth part of Spennithorne, first to Sir William Paulet, afterwards Lord St. John, and from him to Sir James Strangways, kt., in 1540. (fn. 79) No subsequent descent of it is known. Alice Dransfield's fifth, after the death of her son Ralph in 1549, was divided between her sister, Dorothy Esshe, and Christopher Wyvill, the son of another sister Agnes, (fn. 80) each of whom, therefore, held threetenths of the manor. Dorothy Esshe left her share of Newton (her own fifth and the tenth she inherited from her nephew) to one of her sons, John, who died in 1566, leaving a son and heir Christopher Esshe. (fn. 81) In 1588–9 Christopher Esshe sold this estate to George Metcalfe of Firby, (fn. 82) for whose recusancy it was under sequestration in 1654. (fn. 83) Christopher Wyvill died in 1578, and was succeeded by his son Marmaduke, (fn. 84) who in 1613 sold his three-tenths of Newton Manor to Roland Wandesford. (fn. 85) Roland's daughter and heir Elizabeth married Philip fourth Lord Wharton in 1632, and brought him her part of Newton. (fn. 86) Lord Wharton's daughter Elizabeth married Robert Earl of Lindsey, and they were in possession of threetenths of the manor in 1672, (fn. 87) after which the history of this division is uncertain.
There was a holding in Newton which belonged to John Marmion in 1316, and followed the descent of West Tanfield. It was described in the 16th century as the manor in the same way as the Marmion 'manors' of Exelby and Leeming. (fn. 88) When they were purchased from Lord Ailesbury by Mr. Edward Carter about 1800 Newton was said to do suit at the court of Exelby. (fn. 89)
THEAKSTON (Eston, xi cent.; Texton, Thexton, Thekeston, xiii–xvi cent.; Theakstone, xvii cent.) was associated with Burneston in 1086. It consisted of 12 carucates of Count Alan's land, (fn. 90) and the overlordship followed the descent of the honour of Richmond. (fn. 91)
The first of the two mesne lordships here was that held over 8 carucates by the lords of Middleham (fn. 92) (q.v.). Their most important tenant was the Abbot of Coverham, who obtained 3 carucates here from Walran son of Robert, lord of Middleham, in the reign of Henry II. (fn. 93) Most of the land here held by William de Lascelles in 1270 was obtained by the abbey before the end of the reign of Edward I, (fn. 94) and was held by the abbot at the Dissolution. (fn. 95) It was granted to Sir Richard Theakston, whose son Sir William Theakston sold all the demesne lands of Theakston in 1630 to Christopher Byerley. (fn. 96) These were in 1692 called the manor, which was then held by Robert Byerley. (fn. 97) He sold it to John Wastell in 1693. After the death of John it was inherited by his youngest son, the Rev. Henry Wastell (whose elder brothers John and Matthew had become bankrupt), and was sold by him to Edward Carter in 1749. (fn. 98) The manor remained with the Carter family until 1893, when it was purchased by Mr. John McIntyre. (fn. 99)
Coverham Abbey. Or a chief indented azure.
Theakston of Theakston. Ermine a fret parted gules and azure.
A further fee was held under the lords of Middleham by the family of
Preston. (fn. 100) Robert de Preston held land here in 1208, (fn. 101)
and William de Preston was the tenant in 1270. (fn. 102) Six carucates,
assessed at threetenths of a fee, were held by Lettice de Preston in 1367
and by her heir in 1375. (fn. 103) The heir of Lettice de Preston and Geoffrey
de Sinningthwaite held the land in 1388, (fn. 104) but after this the descent
is not clear. Part of it may have been given to the priory of Mount Grace,
founded in or about 1398, for it owned land here at the Dissolution. (fn.
105) It was acquired by Sir Richard Theakston and followed the descent
of his other land here. (fn. 106)
The second mesne lordship was over 1 carucate and was held at the close of the 13th century by Robert de Musters. (fn. 107) Before 1286–7 this land had come into the hands of the hospital of St. Leonard, and it was held by that house until the Dissolution. (fn. 108) In 1590 Sir Richard Theakston obtained a grant of the land which had belonged to St. Leonard's, (fn. 109) and from this date the descent of this property followed that of his other lands. (fn. 110)
The church of ST. LAMBERT consists of a chancel 42 ft. 5 in. by 21 ft. 5 in. with a north vestry, nave 60 ft. by 22 ft., north and south aisles 10 ft. 9 in. wide, south porch, and west tower 9 ft. 6 in. square. These measurements are all internal.
The nave probably contains the stones of an aisleless nave of the 13th century or earlier. The chancel arch, entirely retooled, like much of the internal masonry, is of early 14th-century detail, and the plan and lower parts of the walls of the chancel appear to belong to the same date. All the rest has been rebuilt early in the 15th century, the nave aisles and tower being of this date, and the chancel arch may have been widened at the same period. (fn. 111)
The east window of the chancel has five cinquefoiled lights under a pointed head filled with vertical tracery; the details of the jambs, labels and tracery are more like 14th than 15th-century work. On either side of the window is an image niche with an ogee-trefoiled canopy with crockets and finials, and a carved angel bracket. The doorway into the north vestry has a four-centred arch with mouldings like those of the windows. The north-west and the three south windows are all of 15th-century date, and are of three cinquefoiled ogee-headed lights under traceried heads; the mouldings are similar to those of the east window. The middle south window has its sill raised about a foot above the level of the others to make room for the priest's doorway below; this has a 15th-century four-centred arch, but the section of the moulded jambs again recalls 14th-century detail. The 14th-century piscina has an ogee-trefoiled head and moulded jambs and label. A modern stone covers the drain. There are three sedilia of the same date with trefoiled heads under steep crocketed and finialled gables, and panelled buttresses surmounted by crocketed pinnacles between them and flanking them. A scroll moulded string-course round the chancel at the level of the window ledges breaks up to inclose the sedilia. The chancel is faced with good ashlar masonry inside and out. The buttresses are all of three stages with plain octagonal pinnacles. A plain weathered string-course runs round the walls below the window sills, and the parapet is also plain. On one of the south buttresses is an incised sundial. The roof is modern, but the four easternmost stone corbels on either side are old; they are carved as human heads or grotesque beasts. The two westernmost of the six on each side are modern and carved with foliage.
The vestry, where it has not been modernized, is of 15th-century date, like the later work in the chancel, and is lighted by a two-light modern east window. Its two buttresses appear to be old, and have pinnacles resembling those of the chancel.
The chancel arch appears to be of early 14thcentury date and is of two orders, the inner a wave mould and the outer with two hollows. The nave arcades are each of four bays with two-centred arches of two chamfered orders, without labels, carried upon octagonal columns and responds, with moulded octagonal capitals and bases. The clearstory is lighted on each side by four windows having three plain roundheaded lights with pierced spandrels under flat internal and round-arched external heads. Each side is divided into four bays by pinnacled buttresses, and the parapet is embattled.
The east window of the north aisle has three cinquefoiled lights, the middle foils being worked on the main instead of the cusping order. The head is pointed and filled with vertical tracery, plainer than that of the chancel windows, but following the same general design. Below the north light is a broken vertical joint, marking a change in the masonry. The plinth also changes here in section. The north wall of the aisle is divided by buttresses into four bays, in the first, second and fourth of which are windows of three trefoiled round-headed lights with sunk spandrels under semicircular arches with labels. The jambs and mullions are similar in section to those of the east window of the aisle. Parts of the first and third windows are new, the rest of the stonework is old. The north doorway in the third bay is also nearly all old and has jambs of a sunk quarter-round order and a moulded label above its dropped semicircular head. The parapet is embattled, and the stump of one spout remains in place. The west window of the aisle is of two trefoiled ovalheaded lights under a four-centred head, with a wide shallow label; the jambs are of a single hollowchamfered order. Between the aisle and the nave, to the south of this window, may be noticed a broken vertical joint and a change in the courses of the masonry. The east window of the south aisle is very like that of the north. The three south windows differ only from those opposite in that they are of larger dimensions and that the heads are cinquefoiled instead of trefoiled. The south doorway in the third bay is pointed, with jambs of two hollow chamfers and a moulded label. The west window of the aisle has two trefoiled pointed lights with plain vertical tracery over in a three-centred arch, with a label. The roof of the nave is modern. The lean-to roofs of the aisles are plain, and probably of no great age.
The west tower is of two stages with a spire. The tower arch is pointed and of two chamfered orders continuous on the east side and dying on the wall on the west. Above this arch are the marks of the earlier steep gabled nave roof. The ground stage has a ribbed vault with a central bell way, the ribs having a sunk quarter-round section. The west window is of three cinquefoiled ogee-headed lights with cusped vertical tracery above under a two-centred arch with a label stopping on carved heads; over it is a clock.
There are plain rectangular lights to the first floor in the north and south walls, both with labels. The four belfry windows are each of two trefoiled pointed lights with a continuous mullion and plain tracery under a round arch. The angles are supported by diagonal buttresses, the eastern pair of which appear inside the nave. In the lowest stage of the western pair of buttresses are large ogee-headed trefoiled niches enriched with crockets and finials. The bracket of the north-west niche is carved as a head. On the second offset are the shields of Nevill and Conyers, and above the fourth are grotesque gargoyles, over which are four shields, each in a cusped panel, with the arms of Boynton, Fitz Hugh, Nevill and Norton of Norton Conyers. The buttresses finish with plain pyramidal finials rising above a plain parapet. The spire is of ashlar and changes from square to octagon immediately above the parapets.
The south porch, which is of a little later build than the aisle, retains its old side walls, but has a modern front wall. Its parapet is embattled and it has crocketed pinnacles rising above the angle buttresses.
The base and bowl of the font are octagonal, but the stem is circular. All are rudely moulded, and the sides of the bowl are carved with variously shaped panels, containing the date 1662 and the initials R.B. R.W. IP. R.K. and C.P.
Most of the seating of the church dates from 1627, and is very good of its kind, with carved upper panels and turned finials to each seat end. An interesting feature is the large Allerthorpe pew, placed against the north wall of the north aisle. It is arranged in three stages with a large panel at the back flanked by baluster-shaped pilasters supporting an entablature, above which is a smaller pedimented panel containing the arms of Thomas Robinson of Allerthorpe. The large panel below bears an inscription to the effect that Thomas Robinson left a sum of £50 to the church, which was expended on the seats, paving and beautifying of the church in 1627. The chancel is fitted with a good modern screen and stalls, which have unfortunately been varnished.
The oldest monument is a small brass in the chancel floor to Eleanor eldest daughter of Thomas and Mary Harrison of Allerthorpe, 1668, and there is another brass to Matthew Robinson, who was parson for forty years, and died aged sixty-six, in the year 1695.
There are six bells, all modern but the fifth and fourth, the former inscribed 'Jesus be our Sped, 1621,' and the latter, a late 14th-century bell, in small Gothic capitals 'S. Lambertus Belforth lamberte salventur sponsa que perte.'
The plate includes a paten with the London marks and an inscription 'Ex dono Mat. Robinson, M.A. Vic de Burneston, 1677,' two cups and a flagon of London make, all of 1854, and a paten of 1903. There are also two pewter flagons and an almsdish by a London pewterer I.B. On the flagons are the arms of Harrison.
The registers begin in 1566.
The church of ST. JOHN BAPTIST, Leeming, is a plain modern brick building consisting of a small chancel with a three-light east window, a north vestry and a nave of four bays in each of which there is a two-light window. The entrance is by a porch at the west end over which is an octagonal turret with one bell.
At the end of the 11th century Robert de Musters gave the church of Burneston to the Abbot of St. Mary, (fn. 112) with whose successors it remained until the Dissolution. (fn. 113) Before 1292 a vicarage had been ordained. (fn. 114) The church and the advowson of the vicarage were granted by Mary to Nicholas Archbishop of York in 1558, (fn. 115) and by Elizabeth to John Wells and Henry Best in 1595. (fn. 116) The advowson had, however, been acquired by Sir Richard Theakston before his death in 1609, (fn. 117) perhaps about the year 1602, when he purchased the manor of Exelby from Henry Best and Arthur Squire. (fn. 118) His son Sir William Theakston seems to have sold the advowson shortly before 1634, (fn. 119) when William Robinson of Rokeby was patron. (fn. 120) William and Thomas Robinson held the advowson in 1673, (fn. 121) and in 1682 the vicar was presented by William Robinson. (fn. 122) Before 1765 the patronage had passed into the family of Elsley, (fn. 123) to whom it still belonged in 1831. (fn. 124) From 1836 to 1879 it belonged to the Duke of Cleveland and his trustees. (fn. 125) Between the latter year and 1889 it passed to the present patron, Mr. W. D. Russell.
In 1546 a gild called 'Our Ladye Guylde' existed in the parish. It was endowed with 1 oxgang of land in the parish of Murton, then held by Robert Harper. (fn. 126)
In 1332 a chantry was founded in the chapel of St. John the Baptist at Leeming by John Heslerton. (fn. 127) This chapel served as a chapel of ease in 1548, and escaped destruction. (fn. 128) In 1609 Francis Morrice and Francis Phelips obtained a grant of land in Leeming which had formerly belonged to the chantry of St. John the Baptist. (fn. 129) Parts of the ancient chapelry were in 1880 formed into the district chapelry of St. John the Baptist, (fn. 130) which is called a vicarage under the Act of 1868. (fn. 131) The vicar of Burneston is patron.
The school was founded by Matthew Robinson, 1688. (fn. 132) This school property being intermixed with a trust for an almshouse, the Charity Commissioners by a scheme dated 18 July 1905 determined that a yearly sum of £22, part of the rentcharge of £43 5s., the old grammar schoolroom in the almshouse buildings, and the other school buildings and playgrounds, used for the purpose of a public elementary school, should constitute the educational foundation of Matthew Robinson and others; and that £21 5s., the residue of the endowment, the remainder of the rent-charge and an estate at Carthorpe, containing 15 a. let at £31 a year, should constitute the Almshouse Charity of Matthew Robinson and others.
The scheme provides (inter alia) that the almspeople should be poor persons of good character of either sex who have resided in the parish for two years at least next preceding their appointment, receiving such a stipend as the trustees should fix from time to time.
The Poor's land consists of 7 a., representing the gift in 1637 of Richard Foes and lands purchased in 1780 with certain benefactions. The land produces a net income of about £10 a year, which with £2 13s. 4d., dividends on £106 19s. 1d. consols held by the official trustees, arising from the sale of gravel, is duly applied for the benefit of the poor.
Township or Quarter of Carthorpe.—John Gale, by will proved in the Probate Court of Canterbury 28 January 1655, charged a house in Field Lane, Holborn, with a rent-charge of £4 towards the relief of the poor of this township, in respect of which a sum of £2 15s. a year only was paid for many years. The site and houses thereon were required for the purposes of the Holborn Viaduct, and the rent-charge was redeemed by the Corporation of the City of London by the transfer to the official trustees of £100 6s. consols.
The Wesleyan chapel, founded by deeds, 1808, is regulated by a scheme of the Charity Commissioners of 1893.
Township of Exelby, Leeming and Newton.—In 1670 Ralph Cowley left £4 a year for the poor, which is paid out of two farms, now the property of Mr. Basil Wood of Knaresborough, and distributed by the parish council in gifts of money varying from 3s. to 5s.
In 1684 Thomas Isles left £3 a year for the poor, which is paid by Mr. Richard Pearson of Darlington, the present owner of the property charged, in respect of which 10s. is given to each of six recipients.
1Statistics from Bd. of Agric. (1905).
2V.C.H. Yorks. ii, 240; Ellis, Landholders of Yorks. iv, 35.
3Harl. MS. 236, fol. 8b, 29; Chart. R. 1 Edw. II, m. 5.
4Ibid.; Dugdale, Mon. Angl. iii, 551.
5Kirkby's Inq. (Surt. Soc.), 186.
6Mins. Accts. Hen. VIII, no. 4595.
7Pat. 33 Eliz. pt. xiii, m. 8.
8Chan. Inq. p.m. (Ser. 2), cccxii, 135.
9Close, 14 Chas. I, pt. xv, no. 3. See Bedale.
10Recov. R. Mich. 34 Chas. II, rot. 222.
11Ibid. Trin. 21 & 22 Geo. II, rot. 209. See Theakston.
12Ibid. Trin. 11 Geo. IV, rot. 177.
13V.C.H. Yorks. ii, 240. The increase of the assessment to 11 carucates in 1286–7 (Kirkby's Inq. [Surt. Soc.], 181) was probably due to the inclusion in Carthorpe of the lost vill of Normanby, assessed in 1086 at 6 carucates (V.C.H. Yorks. ii, 240).
14See West Tanfield. In 1246 half the manor with a capital messuage was held in dower by Maud wife of John de Alnon, and possibly the grandmother of Avis (Gale, op. cit. Gen. Table iv, App. 61 ; Yorks. Inq. [Yorks. Arch. Soc.], i, 267 ; Feet of F. Yorks. 30 Hen. III, no. 32). Thomas de Alnon, who died before 1244, held demesne land here worth £6 11s. 8d. (Excerpta e Rot. Fin. [Rec. Com.], i, 420 ; Yorks. Inq. [Yorks. Arch. Soc.], i, 3).
15Recov. R. Trin. 7 Geo. IV, rot. 292; and inform. kindly supplied by Rev. R. M. Serjeantson, Capt. F. H. Horner Reynard, J.P., and Mrs. Tempest.
16V.C.H. Yorks. ii, 240.
17Eshelby, Family of Exelby, 6.
18Kirkby's Inq. (Surt. Soc.), 339; Feet of F. Yorks. 17 Edw. III, no. 20; Chan. Inq. p.m. 31 Hen. VI, no. 43 ; ibid. (Ser. 2), cclvii, 91.
19Feet of F. Div. Co. East. and Hil. 21 Jas. I.
20Inform. kindly supplied by Mr. C. Carter.
21Harl. MS. 236, fol. 29b; Eshelby, op. cit. 5.
22Kirkby's Inq. (Surt. Soc.), 181.
23Ibid.; Harl. MS. 236, fol. 29b.
24Feet of F. Unknown Co. 10 Ric. I, no. 66.
25Ibid. Yorks. Mich. 36 Hen. III, no. 50; Assize R. 1046, m. 2 d.
26Eshelby, op. cit. 9 ; Feet of F. Yorks. 30 Edw. I, no. 57.
27Yorks. Lay Subs. 1301 (Yorks. Arch. Soc.), 6.
28See Carlton Miniott.
29Chan. Inq. p.m. (Ser. 2), lvi, 53.
30Ibid. Misc. Bks. (Exch. K.R.), 38, fol. 188. Thomas Markenfield also had lands here (cf. Carlton Miniott).
31Dugdale, Mon. Angl. vi, 611.
32Kirkby's Inq. (Surt. Soc.), 181.
33Cal. Pat. 1334–8, p. 83; Eshelby, op. cit. 36.
34Cal. Pat. 1408–13, p. 369.
35Mins. Accts. Hen. VIII, no. 4601.
36A capital messuage, late of the hospital, was granted to Gregory Islam and Henry Bellamy in 1558 (Pat. 5 & 6 Phil. and Mary, pt. i, m. 6), and in 1578 Exelby Grange was leased to Thomas Gower for thirty-one years (ibid. 20 Eliz. pt. vi, m. 14).
37Ibid. 32 Eliz. pt. iv, m. 17.
38Ibid. 44 Eliz. pt. v, m. 1.
39Chan. Inq. p.m. (Ser. 2), cccxii, 135.
40Cal. Chart. R. 1257–1300, p. 435.
42Kirkby's Inq. (Surt. Soc.), 182. See Burneston.
43V.C.H. Yorks. ii, 240.
44Cal. Inq. p.m. Hen. III, 238.
45Kirkby's Inq. (Surt. Soc.), 182. See Middleham.
47See Sheriff Hutton, V.C.H. Yorks. N. R. ii.
48Chan. Inq. p.m. 12 Ric. II, no. 40; 18 Hen. VI, no. 19.
49Assize R. 1042, m. 6.
50Ibid.; Cal. Close, 1227–31, p. 242; Feet of F. Yorks. 15 Hen. III, no. 20.
51Yorks. Inq. (Yorks. Arch. Soc.), i, 115.
52De Banco R. Hil. 10 Hen. VI, m. 118 d.
53Yorks. Lay Subs. 1301 (Yorks. Arch. Soc.), 6; Lay Subs. R. (P.R.O.), bdle. 211, no. 6; De Banco R. Trin. 14 Edw. III, m. 136.
54De Banco R. Mich. 8 Hen. V, m. 215; Lay Subs. R. bdle. 211, no. 100.
55Chan. Inq. p.m. (Ser. 2), xciii, 90; cxvi, 33; ccxxxviii, 4.
56Chan. Proc. (Ser. 2), bdle. 260, no. 46; Feet of F. Yorks. Mich. 1649; Surtees, Dur. iii, 306.
57Feet of F. Yorks. 34 Hen. III, no. 39 ; Chan. Inq. p.m. 18 Hen. VI, no. 19.
58Chan. Inq. p.m. (Ser. 2), xxvii, 1.
59See Aske Manor, Easby parish.
60Wills and Invent. in Archd. of Richmond (Surt. Soc.), 116.
61Recov. R. Hil. 6 Eliz. rot. 146.
62Chan. Inq. p.m. (Ser. 2), ccv, 177.
63Notes of F. (P.R.O.), Yorks. Mich. 12 Jas. I; Feet of F. Yorks. Trin. 14 Jas. I; Trin. 3 Chas. I.
64Cal. Com. for Comp. 2852.
65Feet of F. Yorks. Hil. 1654–5.
66G.E.C. Complete Peerage, v, 14.
67Feet of F. Yorks. Mich. 5 Anne.
68Ibid. Div. Co. Mich. 16 Geo. II; Recov. R. Trin. 16 Geo. II, rot. 198.
69G.E.C. Complete Peerage, v, 14.
70Ibid. n. (e).
71Inform. kindly supplied by Mr. W. D. Russell of Newton House and others.
72Yorks. Inq. (Yorks Arch. Soc.), iii, 69; see Sutton Howgrave.
73Chan Inq. p.m. (Ser. 2), lxii, 12; cxxv, 54.
74Feet of F. Yorks. Hil. 5 Eliz.
75V.C.H. Yorks. ii, 240.
76Chart. R. 11 Edw. II, m. 13. Newton with Exelby and Leeming is said to have belonged to John Marmion in 1316 (Kirkby's Inq. [Surt. Soc.], 339).
77Chan. Inq. p.m. (Ser. 2), lxxviii, 112. Ranulph Pigot, kt., who died in 1502, was seised of the manors of Leeming and Scabbed Newton (Chan. Inq. p.m. [Ser. 2], lvi, 53). The latter belonged in 1569 to Thomas Markenfield. It is probably to be identified with the 5 carucates held by Thomas de Newton in 1286–7, and had perhaps passed like Leeming through the hands of the Miniott family (Kirkby's Inq. [Surt. Soc.], 181; Misc. Bks. [Exch. K.R.], 38, fol. 158; see Leeming).
78Feet of F. Div. Co. East. 25 Hen. VIII; L. and P. Hen. VIII, vii, 147 (23).
79Feet of F. Div. Co. East. 29 Hen. VIII; East. 31 Hen. VIII.
80Chan. Inq. p.m. (Ser. 2), xc, 99.
81Ibid. cxlvii, 164.
82Metcalfe Rec. 292.
84Chan. Inq. p.m. clxxx, 34.
85Feet of F. Yorks. East. 11 Jas. I.
86G.E.C. Complete Peerage, viii, 126; Feet of F. Yorks. Hil. 1659–60.
87Burke, Peerage; Feet of F. Yorks. Mich. 24 Chas. II.
88Kirkby's Inq. (Surt. Soc.), 339; Rentals and Surv. R. 754; Feet of F. Div. Co. East. 21 Jas. I; Recov. R. Mich. 29 Chas. II, rot. 239.
89Inform. kindly supplied by Mr. Charles Carter.
90V.C.H. Yorks. ii, 240.
91Kirkby's Inq. (Surt. Soc.), 181, 339; Valor Eccl. (Rec. Com.), v, 243.
92Dugdale, Mon. Angl. vii, 920; Kirkby's Inq. (Surt. Soc.), 181; Cal. Inq. p.m. Hen. III, 238; Chan. Inq. p.m. 41 Edw. III (1st nos.), no. 47; 49 Edw. III (pt. ii), no. 1, 20; 12 Ric. II, no. 40; 7 Hen. V, no. 73.
93Dugdale, loc. cit. These were evidently the 3 carucates conveyed in the grant made by Lisiard son of Robert de Musters to Helewise the wife of Robert son of Ralph (Madox, Formulare Angl. 183).
94Dugdale, Mon. Angl. vii, 921.
95Valor Eccl. (Rec. Com.), v, 243.
96Pat. 41 Eliz. pt. xiii, m. 29; Close, 6 Chas. I, pt. xviii, no. 16.
97Recov. R. Hil. 3 Will. and Mary, rot. 95.
98Inform. kindly given by Mr. Charles Carter; Recov. R. Yorks. Trin. 21 & 22 Geo. II, rot. 209; Trin. 52 Geo. III, rot. 148.
99Inform. kindly supplied by Mr. John McIntyre.
100Kirkby's Inq. (Surt. Soc.), 181.
101Yorks. Fines, John (Surt. Soc.), 144.
102Cal. Inq. p.m. Hen. III, 238.
103Chan. Inq. p.m. 41 Edw. III (1st nos.), no. 47; 49 Edw. III (pt. ii), no. 1, 20.
104Ibid. 12 Ric. II, no. 40.
105Dugdale, Mon. Angl. vi, 22; Valor Eccl. (Rec. Com.), v, 84.
106Pat. 41 Eliz. pt. xiii, m. 29; see above.
107Kirkby's Inq. (Surt. Soc.), 181; see above.
108Ibid.; Pat. 32 Eliz. pt. iv, m. 17.
109Pat. 32 Eliz. pt. iv, m. 17.
111Mr. H. B. McCall (Richmondshire Churches, 2 et seq.) is of opinion that the whole chancel is of the late 14th century, and is 'an adaptation of a design as early as that of the chancel of Patrick Brompton.'
112Harl. MS. 236, fol. 29.
113Valor Eccl. (Rec. Com.), v, 247.
114Pope Nich. Tax. (Rec. Com.), 307, 309.
115Pat. 5 & 6 Phil. and Mary, pt. iii, m. 25. He was deprived of his see in 1559 (Dict. Nat. Biog. xxv, 346).
116Pat. 37 Eliz. pt. xi, m. 37.
117Chan. Inq. p.m. (Ser. 2), cccxii, 135.
118See Exelby and Leeming. He had had a grant of tithes in 1591 (Pat. 33 Eliz. pt. xiii, m. 8).
119Feet of F. Yorks. East. 1 Chas. I; Trin. 7 Chas. I; Fine R. 6 Chas. I, pt. ii, no. 16.
120Inst. Bks. (P.R.O.).
121Recov. R. Mich. 25 Chas. II, rot. 236.
122Inst. Bks. (P.R.O.).
124Allen, Hist. of Yorks. iii, 493.
126Yorks. Chant. Surv. (Surt. Soc.), 507.
128Ibid. p. xv.
129Pat. 7 Jas. I, pt. x, m. 1.
130Lond. Gaz. 3 Aug. 1880, p. 4254.
131Stat. 32 & 33 Vict. cap. 94.
132V.C.H. Yorks. i, 487.
From: 'Parishes: Burneston', A History of the County of York North Riding: Volume 1 (1914), pp. 356-363. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64767 Date accessed: 13 February 2011.
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