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|This family provides an interesting example of how contradictory some sources can be. Burke's Commoners and the Visitations sometimes contradict each other but sometimes both can be ignored in favor of the article in BLG1952 which appears to be a major effort to correct previous information.|
|Te29. Roger Tempest b about 1080 a 1120|
|Te28.||Richard Tempest b about 1110 d a 1153|
|Te27.||Roger Tempest b c 1140
m c 1188 Alice dau of->
|+1 Elias de Rilleston
m Alice de Hebden
+2 Uctred de Hebden b 1145 d 1179 of Coniston
|Te26||Richard Tempest of Bracewell, Yorkshire b about 1170 a 1222|
|m Elena sister of Richard de Tong|
|Te25||Sir Richard Tempest of Bracewell b about 1190 d c1268 named John by Commoners|
|Te24||Sir Roger Tempest of Bracewell, lord of Waddington b about 1210 d before 06.1288|
|m Alice d 08.03.1301/2, dau of Walter de Waddington of Waddington|
|Te23||Richard Tempest of Bracewell b about 1230 d 29.09.1297|
|Te22||Sir John Tempest of Bracewell & Waddington b 24.08.1283, d 1359 BEB1841
& Commoners show this John as married to Mary, daughter of Sir Hugh
Clitheroe, and father of Sir John of Bracewell and of Sir Richard. BLG1952,
which shows the husband of Mary Clitheror 2 generations later, shows this
John's wife as ...
m Margaret or Jane de Holand dau of Robert de Holand, 1st Lord Holand
|Te21||Sir John Tempest of Bracewell b c 1310 a 1379 Commoners
shows this John as married to Mary Holand. BLG1952 names her ...
m Katherine Sherburne a 1353, dau of Sir Robert Sherburne
|Te20||Sir Richard Tempest of Bracewell b c1334, d c1386
m Maria Talbot a 1390, dau of Sir Thomas Talbot
|Te19||Sir Richard Tempest of Bracewell b 1356, a 1403 BLG1952
identifies Sir Richard's 2 wives as Isabel widow of John Grassus of Gemelyn
and Margaret dau of Robert de Stainforth but is not clear which wife
mothered which child. Noting that a site visitor RS, 07.10.05 kindly
advised us that, according to the IGI, Isabel Leygard was mother of at
least Sir Piers and Isabel, we presume all children were by his 1st wife
who was identified by Commoners as ...
m1 Isabel Leygard dau of Sir John Leygard, widow of John Graas of Gemelyne
|Te18||Sir Piers Tempest of Bracewell b about 1380 d c 1417 Visitation
Yorkshire, 1563/4, Tempest shows this Piers as younger brother of the
Sir William who married Elenor Washington below and shows Piers's wife
as dau/heir of Sir Nycolas Rye. BLG1952 identifies his wife as Grace, dau
of Sir Nicholas de Hebden. Commoners vol I, Plumbe-Tempest of Yong identifies
her as ...
m c 1400 Grace de Hebden, dau of Sir Nicholas de Hebdon or Hebden b about 1375 d 1416 by dau/heir of Rie b about 1380 d 1427, she m2. Sir William Frank, m3. Thomas Darcy
|Te17||Sir John Tempest of Bracewell, Sheriff of Yorkshire and Lincolnshire a 1455
m Alice Sherburne dau of Sir Robert Sherburne of Stonyburst
m Sir Thomas Holland
m 1414 Richard Banks of Bank Newton
|Te18-2||Sir Robert Tempest d 1428|
|m 1407 Alice Lacy dau of John Lacy|
|a||Sir Richard Tempest of Stainforth, Ribblesdale d 02.1488/9|
|m Mabel Strickland dau of Walter Strickland of Sizergh|
|1||Robert Tempest dsp|
|m Sir Thomas Darcy, Captain of Berwick, Lord d 20.06.1538|
|Te18-3||Richard Tempest of Holmested|
|a+||issue - Richard d young?, Richard, Robert|
|Te18-4||John Tempest a 06.1412|
|Te18-5||Roger Tempest of Broughton d 1467|
|m c1407 Catherine Gillio dau/heir of Piers Gillio Sir Piers Gilliot of Broughton|
Tempest of Broughton d before 07.1490
m1 c 1437 Johanna Metcalfe dau of James Metcalfe of Nappa
m2 Elizabeth Catterall dau of Richard Catterall of Catterall
m Laurence Hamerton b c 1390 d aft 1461
|-1 Sir Richard HAMERTON b c 1405 d 1480 m Elizabeth Assheton
-2 Alice HAMERTON b 1402 Hamerton m 1421 Richard de Sherburne
-3 James HAMERTON ?d y
-4 Isabel HAMERTON m1 y Radcliffe m2 Sir John Mallory
-5 Jane HAMERTON n y Metcalf
-6 Grace HAMERTON m Thomas Pudsay
-7 Catherine HAMERTON m Peter Murfield
-8 Elizabeth HAMERTON m1 Thomas Aldwark m2 John Woodrove
|-1-1 Sir Stephen HAMERTON d 1501 m Isabel Plumpton
-1-2 John HAMERTON
-1-3 William HAMERTON
-1-4 Jane HAMERTON m Brian Radcliffe
|-1-1-1 Margaret HAMERTON m William Middleton
-1-1-2 John HAMERTON
|-1-1-1-1 John Middleton m Maud Thwaites dau of John Thwaytes of Lofthouse|
|m2 Margaret dau of Robert de Stainforth|
|Te19-2+||2 sons and 2 daughters|
|Te20-3||Margaret or Joan Tempest|
|m James Radclyffe of The Tower d 1410|
|Te21-2||Sir Richard Tempest of Hertford & Studley, Sheriff of Roxburghshire and Berwickshire d before 10.1379|
|Whilst BLG1952 shows Sir Richard as having married twice, as shown here, BEB1841 shows him as having married Isabel, daughter/heir of Sir John Graas of Studley.|
|m1. 1342 Joan dau of Sir Thomas de Hertford|
|A site visitor RS, 07.10.05 kindly reported the following connection found on the IGI:|
|m Thomas Radclyffe d 1440|
|m2 c1355 Isabel de Bourne d 13.08.1421, dau/heir of Sir Thomas de Bourne of Studley by Isabel, dau/heir of Sir John le Gras of Studley|
|2||John Tempest b 1360, dsp before 16.02.1389-90|
|m c1388 Mary de Clitheroe dau of Sir Hugh de Clitheroe, m2. Nicholas Gascoigne of Lasingcroft|
|3||Sir William Tempest of Studely, Hertford and Trefford|
|m Eleanor/Alianora d 02.01.1451/2, dau of Sir William de Washington|
|Visitation Yorkshire, 1584/5+1612, Tempest of Bracewell and Tong shows this William as son of Sir Richard of Bracewell by Isabella Gras. BEB1841 shows the following William as father rather than brother of Isabel and Dionysia. We follow BLG1952.|
|A||William Tempest of Hertford and Hetton d 20.12.1443|
|m 1440 Elizabeth Montgomery dau of Sir John Montgomery|
|i||John Tempest d young before 1450|
|B||Isabel or Elizabeth Tempest of Hertford and Hetton|
|m Richard Norton of Norton Conyers d 1420|
|C||Dionysia Tempest of Studely and Trefford|
|m William Malory|
|BEB1841 reports that Sir William's son Rowland was by his marriage to Eleanor. Visitation Yorkshire, 1563/4, Tempest shows him m. Izabell Elmeden as Sir William's grandson, being son of an intermediary Robert m. Elsabeth, dau of Thomas Humfreville of Holmset. BLG1952 reports that he was Sir William's natural son.|
|D||Rowland Tempest of Holmside - continued below|
|m Isabel dau of William de Elmdon or Elmeden by Elizabeth Umfraville|
|Te21-3||Peter Tempest of Haweden d 03.10.1361|
|m Mary Douglas dau of Sir William Douglas of Ledalsdal Liddlesdale?|
|Te22-2||Sir Richard Tempest, Governor of Berwick|
|m Johanna dau/heir of Thomas de Hertford|
|Rowland Tempest of Holmside - continued above|
|m Isabel dau of William de Elmdon or Elmeden by Elizabeth Umfraville|
|1.||Robert Tempest ancestor also of Tempests of Holmeside, Cranbrook, Brancepeth, Wynyard, etc.|
|m Anne Lambton dau of Thomas? Lambton of Lambton|
|A.||Rowland Tempest dsp|
|m Ann Roclyff dau of Sir Edward Roclyff|
|m Elenor Myllot dau of Robert Myllot of Whytehill|
|C.||Nicholas Tempest of Stella, Durham d 1539|
|m Agnes Marley dau of John Marley of Gibside|
|i.||Thomas Tempest of Stanley|
|m Elizabeth Place dau of Rowland Place of Halnaby|
|a.||Sir Nicholas Tempest, 1st Bart of Stella b c1553, d 26.03.1626|
|m Isabel Lambton dau of Robert Lambton of Lambton|
|1||Sir Thomas Tempest, 2nd Bart of Stella d 08.1641|
|m Troth Tempest dau of Sir Richard Tempest of Bracewell and Bolling by Elizabeth, dau of Sir Frances Rodes|
|A||Sir Richard Tempest, 3rd Bart of Stella d 1662|
|m Sarah Cambell dau of Sir Thomas Cambell, Lord Mayor of London|
|i||Sir Thomas Tempest, 4th Bart of Stella b c1642, d 1692|
|m Alice Hodgson dau of William Hodgson of Hebburn by Margaret Haggerston|
|a||Sir Francis Tempest, 5th Bart of Stella d unm 1698|
|b||Jane Tempest d 09.09.1714|
|m c1700 William Widdrington, 4th Lord of Blankney d 19.04.1743|
|c||Troth Tempest d young|
|B||Nicholas Tempest of Halliwell|
|m 11.12.1654 Margaret Swinburne dau of William Swinburne of Capheaton|
|m John Witham of Cliffe|
|m Jane Metham dau of Sir Jordan Metham of Metham|
|i||Sir Nicholas Tempest, 6th Bart of Stella b c1664, dsp 31.05.1742, 3rd son|
|m Anne Price|
|ii+||other issue dsp - Thomas, Richard|
|m John Swinburne of Capheaton b c1612, d 15.02.1652|
|m John Kennet of Coxhow|
|m 1652 Bryan Salvin of Butterby dvp 15.08.1658, son of Gerard of Croxdale|
|m John Thornton son of Sir Nicholas of Witton|
|m 30.07.1600 Sir Bertram Bulmer b 1579, bur 06.05.1638|
|m Christopher Athye|
|m Thomas Chaytor not Clayton of Butterby|
|m Gilbert Errington|
|6+||other issue dsp - William, Henry|
|b.||Rowland Tempest of Newcastle 3rd son|
|m Barbara Calverley dau of Thomas Calverley|
|m 1587 Ralph Lambton of Lambton b c1555, d 1593|
|ii.||Alice Tempest d 1595 probably of this generation|
|m1. Christopher Place|
|m2 1561 Walter Strickland of Sizergh and Thornton Briggs b 1516, d 08.04.1569|
|m3. Thomas Boynton of Barmston|
|D.||Sir Thomas Tempest of Holmside|
|m1. Elizabeth Borough dau of William Borough of Brough|
|i.||Anne Tempest d 28.04.1555|
|m before 01.10.1531 Sir Ralph Bulmer of Sutton d 09.10.1558|
|E.||Eleanor Tempest probably of this generation|
|m Thomas Middleton or Mydleton of Silksworth d 1480|
1 BLG1952 Tempest of Broughton + BEB1841 Tempest of Stella, Commoners vol I, Tempest of Broughton
2 BEB1841 Tempest of Stella + Visitation Yorkshire, 1563/4, Tempest
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1400 William Hebden carrying clay for 1 day, see Ripon Millenary.
1400 William Hebden held arms, see College of Arms records.
1400 William Hebden of Ripon see William Hebden’ s papers page 13.
1401 Percy rebellion.
1403.0501 Nicholas de Hebden, commision of walliis etc, Calendar of Patent Rolls.
1403.0727 Nicholas de Hebden, called to arms against Percy rebellion, Calendar of Patent Rolls.
1404.0510 Nicholas de Hebden and oanor make appointment of attorney to deliver manor of Bulclyf Yorks Deeds YASRS 76
1404.1118 Nicholas Hebden commission of oyer and terminer against rebels Calendar of Patent Rolls.
1405 King in Ripon to avoid plaque.
1407 Earl Percy beheaded.
1409c Nicholas de Hebden held land in Claypole see Calendar of Inquisitions 232.
Nicholas de Hebden held land in Claypole Cal of Inquisitions 635
1411 Nicholas Hebbeden a deft in Assize of Fresh Force brought by Thomas Lakenham master of St Barytholomews Hospital. Not implicated London Rec Soc Vol I
1412 Nicholas Hebden knight of Howell, Claypole, Gunwardby, Berowper, Gosberkyrke, and Holland, see Feudal Aids 10.
1412 Nicholas de Hebden held land in Claypole see Calendar of Inquisitions 637 and 812.
1413 James Hebden gent, wakeman of Ripon see Ripon Millenary.
1413 John Hapton, boucher, freeman of York.
1415 battle of Agincourt.
1416Nicholas Hebden of Lincolnshire deceased, in State Papers order to take into kings hands, made at Westminster.
1416/7 Nicholas Hebden knight died see William Hebden’ s papers page 9
1421 Thomas Hebden ordained acolyte and deacon by Archbp Chichele Surtees 139
1422.0512 Elizabeth daughter of Nicholas Hebden and widow of Thomas Dymoke, held lands in Westminster, Calendar of Close Rolls
1422.0711 Katherine Hebden creditor of Thomas Birkwood of Boston, Calendar of Patent Rolls.
1422.1314 Thomas Hebden at Old Ford, Bishop Langley’s manor house near London. T.H. was born in Langley’s native dioces of Lichfield and Coventry Surtees 139
1422.1507 Thomas Hebden ordained to priesthood Surtees 139
1423 Richard Hebden gent, wakeman of Ripon see Ripon millenary.
1425 Thomas Hebbeden Matric of York. Licentiate of Laws.
1427 Nicholas de Hebden’ swidow died.
1427 Thomas Hebden received church of Southchurch Essex from Chichele Surtees 139 soon exchanged it for Boldon
1427.1117 Joan Hebdenda dau of Rich Waldby wife of Sir Richard Hebden and wid of Willm Newson of York, will proved made 1427.0912, prvd 1429 bur St John York Surtees 49.
1428 Richard de Hebden land in Coniston, see Feudal Aids 6 P274.
1428 William de Hebden land in Stayncliff Coniston see Feudal Aids
1429 Thomas Hebden became Chaplain to Bishop of Durham see William Hebden’ s papers page 9.
1429.0821 Robert Habton senior of Skelton, will proved made 1429.0617.
1429.1402 Thomas Hebden of knightly race rector of Bolden Durham chancellor of bishop Thomas dispensation to hold canonry of church of St John Chester, Papal Letters.
1430 Thomas Hebden chaplain to Bishop Langley
1430.0707 Thomas Hebden rector of Meldon Surtees 139
1430.0707 Thomas Hebbeden, rector of Welton in exchange for Bolden.vac by 1435
1431 John Hebden domicellus granted rectory of Burnsall to William Vavasour.
1431 Thomas Hapton, wright, freeman of York.
1431.1229 Thomas Hebden colla... to Deanery of Auckland
1431.1230 Thomas Hebden resigned rectory of Meldon
1433.1121 Isabel Hapton will admin John Hapton boucher
1433.1405 Thomas Hebden replaced as chancellor to Langley by John Bonour Surtees 139
1434.0600 Thomas Hebden died Surtees 139
1435.0709 Thomas Hebden Dean of Auckland, son of Sir Richard Hebden, will made 0709 elder bro John sis’s Johanna ffitlying, Matilda Hotham, prioress Johanna Chawman, Anastasia Hebden [since found to be John’s wife], nephew John Hotham and kin Elizabeth Bekwyth, Roger Plumpton, John Burton, Margaret Burton and Thomas son of Margaret Burton legatees Robert Vavasour 5 mks William Richman 40s Elizabeth Glasyer Newcastle on T gown + 20s Isabella Yure a French book ‘Lancelor’ John Gardiner & Matilde h.w. once my mother’s cook in York 13/4 servant William Batty bed horse 10mks Master John Autage Master Thomas London Robert Alne parson Cath ch York Sir John Spanyell of York wit W.R., R.V., J.B. Prob Rob Alne John Autage
1435.0830 John Hebden & his wife Anastasia received 213 deeds etc for property on York and other towns in Yorkshire and other bequests from exor of bro Thomas’ will York Memorandum Book Surtees 186
1435.1025 Nicholas Hebden knight deceased, sworn to set bounds, Calendar of Patent Rolls.
1438.1203 William Hapton of Hilderscelfe admin wid Isabella.
1446.0000 William Hebden & Thomas Hebden 146-58 Memorandum Book of Thomas Swynton Memorials of St Mary of Fountains Vol III P111
1451.1015 Thomas Vicars of Strensall inv debtor Johanni Hebden ijd
1453.0510 Elizabeth daughter and coheiress of Nicholas de Hebden and widow of Thomas Dymoke, held lands in Oxfordshire, her heir was Philip D Inquisition and Calendar of Close Rolls.
1453.0624 John Hebden paid customs for wine “Trynytes of Hull” & “George of Hull” YASRS 144
1453.0826 John Hapton York will John Gamyll of Danby William Sympson of Skelton John Hobson of D
1453.1317 Robert Habton of Skelton will made 1429.0816 bur St Cuthbert son William exor, mentions Ketel, William Brandesby
1455 Battle of St Albans.
1455 Thomas Hebden and Byreteby, concern of Prior of Bridlington, see Surtees Volume 42.
1459 York victory at Blare Heath.
1460 John Hebden last of Hebdens son of Sir Richard Hebden see William Hebden’ s chart and papers page 11.
1460 two battles of War of Roses
1461? Hebden widow lately come to Ripon from Boroughbridge goods administered by Thomas Birtby.
1461 William Hebden of Burghbrigge to be arrested with Plompton, Keld, Normanbye, Nicoll, Tode, and Tholthorp Cal Patent Rolls Ed IV
1461.0628 John Hebden paid customs for cloth, bonnets & beer Hull “Mare de Hull” Robert Baxter YASRS 144
1465 John Hebden 4 tenaments Miton Gate 3s4d per year Hull Rental YAS 141.
1465 Thomas Hebden gent wakeman of Ripon see Ripon Millenary.
1465.0426 John Hebden paid customs #1.16.8 for rye meal & wine Hull “Mary Floure de Hull” 0910 #4.3.4. for dried cod “Antony” Robert Stevenson master YASRS 144
1466.1128 John Hebden paid customs #2 Hull for herring “Jacob of Westerserve” Hayn Williamson YASRS 144
1469 William Hebden in plea of debt against ?John Mallam? In Manor Court of Forest of KNARESBOROUGH PRO D/L30/486/8
1469.1117 John Hebden paid customs #1 for beer Hull “Marie of Westerserve” Hayn Williamson YASRS 144
1471.0614 John Hebden paid customs #2 Hull for herring “Marie of Westerserve” Hayn Williamson 0725 for dried cod #6.3.4. “Mare of Hull” John BrandYASRS 144
1473 Gilbert Hebden 2s - Awards to Brethren Bolton Priory YASRS 132
1473 Thomas Hebden held one cottage with 4ac at Storthes 4s 4d of Bolton Priory - Rentals YASRS 132
1479 James Hebden gent wakeman of Ripon. R. Millenary
1480 James Hebden gent wakeman of Ripon. see William Hebden’ s chart.
1480? ? dau of Rev Thomas Atkinson of Hickling Notts wife of James Hebden see William Hebden’ s chart.
1480? John Hebden of Ripon brother? of James Hebden see William Hebden’ s chart.
1481 Robert Hebden, walker, freeman of York.
1485 William Kitilwel of Thorgramby admin.
1492 John Hebden of Coldstonefold Pateley Bridge died admin to sons John and Henry and wife Isabel see Ripon Millenary and William Hebden’ s chart.
1496 John Hebden at Coldstonefold between this date and 1536 reputedly cadet of de Hebdens, succeeded John Kettlewell there see Surtees Society and Memorials of Fountains Abbey.
1499 Galfridu Hebdon 14s 6d relict Thomas Hebden 21s 8d both Oughtershawe John Hebdon 30s 8d Raisgill – Langstrothdale rental copy in YAS
1499 William Augewyn gent died held manor of Hebden etc see Cal of Inquisitions 335.
MANOR AND OTHER ESTATES.
In 1086 the archbishop had 2 carucates at Eske as a berewick of his manor of Beverley and they were held by St. John's college. fn. 18 About 1240 William of York, provost of the college, granted ESKE manor to his brother Nicholas of York. fn. 19 The estate was later divided among undertenants. By the mid 13th century part of Eske was in the possession of Peter of Meaux, who then granted 6 bovates, together with several villeins and their tofts and services, to Patrick de Caldebek. fn. 20 Patrick quitclaimed those 6 bovates to William, son of Nicholas of York, in 1268 fn. 21 and at his death in 1282 William was said to hold them of another William of York, rector of Patrington. fn. 22 In 1286 William's son, also William, assigned 4 bovates in Eske to his mother Cecily and her second husband, Amand de Surdeval, in exchange for land elsewhere. fn. 23 The last-named William of York later took the surname Hebden, from his manor in the West Riding, fn. 24 and as William of Hebden he had a grant of free warren at Eske in 1316. fn. 25 Eske descended in the Hebdens until the 15th century, when it passed to Sir Thomas Dymoke by his marriage to Elizabeth, daughter and heir of Sir Nicholas Hebden. fn. 26
Sir Thomas Dymoke died in 1422, and in 1442 his widow and others conveyed Eske manor to trustees, fn. 27 who demised half of it to Elizabeth for life, with reversion to her son Nicholas, and the rest to Nicholas; it was said to be held of Peter of Meaux. Elizabeth died in 1453. fn. 28 By 1500 the manor had passed to Edmund Thwaites d. 1501, who left it to his grandson Henry, later Sir Henry, Thwaites d. 1520. fn. 29 Sir Henry's daughter Frances and her husband John Gresham were dealing in land in Eske in 1538 and 1546, fn. 30 but the manor later passed to Thomas Grimston d. 1572, who left it to his son Thomas. fn. 31 In the 16th century the manor was said to be held of the lords of Holderness, in 1501 Edward, duke of Buckingham, and in 1572 Sir John Constable. fn. 32
From: 'Outlying townships: Eske', A History of the County of York East Riding: Volume 6: The borough and liberties of Beverley 1989, pp. 278-281. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=36454 Date accessed: 20 August 2009.