Ancestors of Alexander Thomas Fisk

Notes


1136. Thomas Hutchinson

Author: Bruce Hutchinson
Thomas Hutchinson I and Alice Featherstone of Hollin Close signed his Will on 30th October, 1733 and Probate was granted at York in April, 1736. He seems to have been predeceased by his wife and left his estate to trustees and the guardians of his daughter Elizabeth. The Allendale Quaker records show a Thomas Hutchinson married to Alice Featherstone, that he lived at Hollin Close during 1690 to 1720 period and that they had a son Jacob, born in 1704. There is not a second source of information to confirm that Alice was his wife. His daughter Elizabeth appears to have died at about the same time as he. A document from the Borthwick Institute dated 17th February, 1735 is an agreement by John Hornsby of Catton, William Roddam of High Acton and Henry Stephenson to act as Guardians and administrators of her estate. There is also a document dated 15th June, 1735 that provides an account of expenditure from her estate worth £90.00 with one entry showing the payment of a legacy to Jacob Hutchinson of 10 shillings. The remainder of his copyhold Holling Close was willed to his son Jacob Hutchinson after Elizabeth turned 21. Clearly she died before this and Jacob inherited Hollin Close.

~IGI (Mar 2004)

~NBI (2nd Edition)

~http://www.genesreunited.co.uk/tree.asp?wci=tree&relation_key=158966989&atc=Y&referer=2114#
Thomas Hutchinson I and Alice Featherstone of Hollin Close signed his Will on 30th October, 1733 and Probate was granted at York in April, 1736. He seems to have been predeceased by his wife and left his estate to trustees and the guardians of his daughter Elizabeth. The Allendale Quaker records show a Thomas Hutchinson married to Alice Featherstone, that he lived at Hollin Close during 1690 to 1720 period and that they had a son Jacob, born in 1704. There is not a second source of information to confirm that Alice was his wife. His daughter Elizabeth appears to have died at about the same time as he. A document from the Borthwick Institute dated 17th February, 1735 is an agreement by John Hornsby of Catton, William Roddam of High Acton and Henry Stephenson to act as Guardians and administrators of her estate. There is also a document dated 15th June, 1735 that provides an account of expenditure from her estate worth £90.00 with one entry showing the payment of a legacy to Jacob Hutchinson of 10 shillings. The remainder of his copyhold Holling Close was willed to his son Jacob Hutchinson after Elizabeth turned 21. Clearly she died before this and Jacob inherited Hollin Close.


1137. Alice Fetherstone

~NBI (2nd Edition)


1144. Francis Shield

~NBI (2nd Edition)


1145. Jane Byres

~NBI (2nd Edition)


1331. Hannah Bumpstead

Author: Kevin Scott
The relevant pages of the Naughton parish registers are missing so it can only be assumed that Hannah is the daughter of Stephen & Hannah Bumpstead. However, it would seem probable as there does not appear to be another Bumpstead family in Naughton at this time.

Elmsett Burial Records - " Hannah Archer, wife of Daniel (wheelwright) was buried 26th September 1780."


1376. George Dodsworth

~NBI (2nd Edition)
1 Mar 1758 George DODSWORTH Yorks N/R Bedale, St Gregory


1377. Mary Greggs

~NBI (2nd Edition)
11 Sep 1779 Mary DODSWORTH Yorks N/R Bedale, St Gregory


1384. Thomas Hornsey

From 'The Marriage Bonds and Allegations 1690-1714' compiled by Peter Chilman

HORNSEY Thomas 25 Sheriff Hutton WRIGHT, Ellen 22 Sheriff Hutton Bond date 08 Aug 1711 church/chapelry York Minster or York HTG

~Kate Masheder Caitlinmasheder@aol.com
"I've been researching my husband's Hornsey family tree [he's a descendant of Matthew & Mary Hornsey of Stittenham, York] and eventually came across your online family tree. It says that Matthew's father was Thomas Hornsay of Crayke, son of Thomas & Elizabeth, who was born on 1 Sep 1657. I've just obtained a copy of the parish register transcript for Crayke on CD and this child was buried on 28 May 1658. It states that he was the son of Thomas & Elizabeth Hornsay so there can be no doubt."

~Kate Masheder Caitlinmasheder@aol.com 18/09/2006
Looking at the information from the marriage bond of Thomas Hornsey & Eleanor Wright, which is mentioned in Boyd's Marriage Index and the online parish register transcript of Holy Trinity Church on Ancestry.com, it reads:
"Married in the Year 1711:
"Thomas Hornsey of Sheriffe Hutton and Ellener Wright, August the 8."
This brought me back to Sheriff Hutton so I went to the Borthwick Institute last week to look through the Sheriff Hutton parish registers. The records start in 1628, which is quite late compared to most parishes. The early records were illegible but I did find the baptism of a Thomas Hornsey on 18 June 1686, son of Matthew Hornsey. This would have made him 25 in 1711, which ties in exactly with the age of the Thomas Hornsey on the Marriage Bond to Eleanor Wright.
There didn’t appear to be any other Hornseys having children in Sheriff Hutton at that time. Matthew & his wife [un-named] had the following children:
Matthew - bur. 7 July 1689 – must have been born before Thomas because I didn’t find his baptism. The records before Thomas’s were pretty much unreadable. I meant to go back to them when my eyes had adjusted to the writing but I ran out of time [6 hours later!].
Thomas – bapt. 18 Jul 1686
Matthew – bapt. 27 Jun 1698
Ellin – bapt. 3 May 1703
Mary – bapt. 25 Sep 1704
James – bapt. 17 Jul 1707 & bur. 5 Dec 1707.
On 30 April 1725 was the burial of Elizabeth, wife of Matthew Hornsey coop. and on 14 Feb 1719, the burial of Matthew Hornsey of Sheep=? House, agr.
It wasn’t until 1712 that another Hornsey was having children baptised in Sheriff Hutton, so I’m happy that Matthew was Thomas Hornsey’s father & that Thomas married Ellin [or Eleanor] Wright in 1711 in York.
On 17 Mar 1757 was the burial of Ellin, wife of Thomas Hornsey, but I didn’t come across the burial of a Thomas Hornsey until 1793, which would have made our Thomas 107! I’ll re-check the burials on my next visit to the BI and also the Bishop’s Transcripts.

~NBI (2nd Edition)


1385. Eleanor Wright

~Kate Masheder Caitlinmasheder@aol.com 18/09/2006
On 17 Mar 1757 was the burial of Ellin, wife of Thomas Hornsey, but I didn’t come across the burial of a Thomas Hornsey until 1793, which would have made our Thomas 107!


1456. George Barron

~NBI (2nd Edition)


1457. Elizabeth Usher

~NBI (2nd Edition)


1504. William Bitchener

~IGI (Feb 2004)

~NBI (2nd Edition)
15 Sep 1746 William BITCHINER Beds Kempston, All Saints


1505. Constance Houghton

Kempston burials (email "William BICHENOR of Kempston.msg"):
1741 Oct 24: Constant [ wife of William ]

~NBI (2nd Edition)
24 Oct 1741 Constant BITCHINOR Beds Kempston, All Saints


1513. Elizabeth Haynes

~Kempston PR
Burial 1750 April 2 Elizabeth wife of Robert Brooks, parish clerk & labourer.

~NBI (2nd Edition)
2 Apr 1750 Elizabeth BROOKS Beds Kempston, All Saints
7 Feb 1784 Elizabeth BROOKS Beds Kempston, All Saints
7 Sep 1790 Elizabeth BROOKS Beds Kempston, All Saints


1514. Robert Barrett

~Probate at BRO:
Robt., Kempston, late husb., 1772/37


1515. Elizabeth Brittain

~NBI (2nd Edition)
25 Jun 1731 Elizabeth BARRAT Beds Kempston, All Saints
22 Nov 1757 Elizabeth BARRATT Beds Kempston, All Saints
12 Sep 1762 Elizabeth BARRATT Beds Kempston, All Saints
12 Jun 1780 Elizabeth BARRETT Beds Kempston, All Saints