Lawrence Hamerton, Esq.1,2,3,4,5

Last Edited26 Feb 2014
M, #26865, d. after 1440
FatherRichard de Hammerton, Lord Hammerton, Knollmere, Wigglesworth, & Hellifield
MotherElizabeth Radcliff b. c 1360
     Lawrence Hamerton, Esq. was born at of Hamerton and Wigglesworth and Hellifield-Peel, Yorkshire, England. He married Isabel Tempest, daughter of Sir John Tempest.2,3,4,5 Lawrence Hamerton, Esq. died after 1440.

Citations

  1. [S8344] Unknown author, Royal Forefathers of Vera Joyce Fox Kvamme, p. 60; Burke's Commoners, Vol. I, p. 519.
  2. [S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. III, p. 400.
  3. [S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. IV, p. 204.
  4. [S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. IV, p. 431.
  5. [S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. V, p. 178.

Isabel Tempest1,2,3,4,5

Last Edited26 Feb 2014
F, #26866, b. circa 1400
FatherSir John Tempest2,3,4,5 b. c 1375
     Isabel Tempest married Lawrence Hamerton, Esq., son of Richard de Hammerton, Lord Hammerton, Knollmere, Wigglesworth, & Hellifield and Elizabeth Radcliff.2,3,4,5 Isabel Tempest TEMPEST WIVES AND DAUGHTERS IN THE LATE MEDIEVAL PERIOD.
PART 4.

BY JOHN R. SCHUERMAN AND DOUGLAS HICKLING

WHO WERE THE PARENTS OF ISABEL TEMPEST, WIFE OF LAURENCE HAMERTON?

First, some background, beginning with evidence for this marriage. Perhaps the most decisive is the inscription on Laurence's tomb in the church at Long Preston, dated 1445, identifying his wife as Isabel. Also on the tomb are five shields, one of them Hamerton impaling Tempest (the tomb is pictured in Whitaker’s History and Antiquities of the Deanery of Craven in the County of York, 3rd ed., 1878, p. 146; see also Harleian 4630, f. 142).

Laurence and Isabel were the parents of a number of children, including Alice (shown as Matilda in some sources, including Baines, History of the County Palatine and Duchy of Lancaster, 1836, Family History Library film 994035, item 3, v. 3, chart after p. 572 and Whitaker's Whalley 4th ed., v. 2, p. 476), wife of Richard Sherburne. The home church of the Sherburnes in Mitton at one time had an inscription on a wood screen to Richard Sherburne and Alice Hamerton. The inscription is quoted in a Harleian manuscript at the British Library and in Dodsworth's Church Notes (op. cit.) On our behalf, Chris Phillips has examined the Harleian manuscript (Harl. M.S. 804, fol. 99b) and reports that it reads: "Orate pro Anima Richardi de Sherburne et p[ro] anima _ _ _ [...] Hamerton uxoris suae Anno Mo cccc xti obijt prfatus Rich[...] et erat hic tumulatus in diem Ascensions [sic] domini nostri Jesu Christi cuius anima propitietur deus Requiem aeterna[...] dona eis Domine 19.H.6." The volume is tightly bound and the ends of the lines cannot be read, as indicated by the bracketed ellipses. However, it is likely this is only one or two letters. Phillips believes that the superscript "ti" was intended to be "li" making the date MCCCCXLI (1441). The transcription in Dodsworth's Church Notes follows closely the Harleian version but provides Alice's first name in brackets, indicating that it was not present in the original inscription. It does not provide the date at the end. Both Whitaker's Whalley (4th ed. v. 2, p. 493) and his History of Craven (3rd ed., p. 151) quote the inscription, citing the Harleian MS, but the quotation differs somewhat from the transcript shown above and Whitaker inserts Alice's name in place of the dashes.

This Richard Sherburne's parents were Richard Sherburne (d. 1441, will in Test. Ebor. II, Surtees Society Publications v. 30, p. 75-76, dated 3 January 1436 and probated 7 June 1441, Test. Ebor. shows the date of probate as 1440, but Wills in the York Registry, YASRS v. 6 shows it as 1441; IPM in Report of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records, appendix to v. 39, p. 541 says died on Monday before Pentecost 19 Henry 6 (29 May 1441)) and Agnes Harrington (d. 1444, her will is also in Test. Ebor. II, p. 105-06, dated 3 November 1444, IPM in Towneley's Abstracts of IPMs, Chetham Society Remains, v. 99, pp. 52-53, where it says she died in 1445 or 1446; Wills in York Registry gives the date of the will as above, date of probate 30 November 1444). Richard Sherburne the son evidently predeceased his father by a few days. The will of Richard senior identifies his wife as Agnes and makes his son James and Robert and Thomas Harrington (brothers) his executors "at the sight of John Tempest." No other children are mentioned. Agnes's will identifies, among other children, “my daughter, Alice Tempest.” Later in the will she leaves a gold broach “to my son Sir John Tempest” and appoints “John Tempest, knight” as one of her executors. This John Tempest was the son of Piers Tempest who was the son of Richard above and perhaps Margaret Stainforth. Agnes's IPM references her deceased son Richard and his son Robert.

The identity of Agnes (Harrington) Sherburne was the topic of an article on the Soc. Gen. Med. newsgroup (http://groups.google.com/group/soc.genealogy.medieval) on 24 May 2004 by Douglas Hickling, building on work reported by Douglas Richardson in the recent Plantagenet Ancestry (2004, p. 678). Many sources show Agnes as a Stanley, but Hickling has shown that she was the daughter of Sir Nicholas Harrington.

A chart is in order:




 Richard = Agnes Harrington Laurence = Isabel
 | |
 Sherburne | d. 1444 Hamerton | Tempest
 | |
 d. 1441 | d. bef 1445 |
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 _______|___________________ _____________|_________
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 Others Alice d. 1507 = Richard = Alice Richard others

 John Tempest d. 1441

 d. 1464

Returning now to the question of the parentage of Isabel, wife of Laurence Hamerton. She was clearly a Tempest. She is shown in a number of sources (see below) as the daughter of Sir John Tempest and Alice Sherburne. This is clearly impossible, since it would mean that Richard Sherburne the second married the granddaughter of his sister. Furthermore, the dates are problematic, since Isabel would have to be the daughter of a man who died in 1464 and the husband of a man who died in about 1445. This chronological and relationship difficulty was suggested in an exchange on this subject on the Soc. Gen. Med. newsgroup 27 May-1 June 2004 .

This error may be found in a number of places, in the Tempest pedigrees in Whitaker’s History of Craven (3rd ed., 1878, chart opposite p. 96), Foster’s Pedigrees of the County Families of Yorkshire (1874), and Thoresby’s Ducatus Leodiensis (History of Leeds, 1715, p. 205). It is also shown in the History of Craven (opposite p. 96) and Pedigrees of the County Families of Yorkshire Hamerton charts and in the Sherburne chart in the History of Craven (3rd ed., 1878, opposite p. 24). Burke's Landed Gentry (18th ed., 1972, p. 886) tries to cover all bases, showing Isabel both as daughter of Sir Richard and of Sir John and Alice Sherburne, both on the same page. The error is also perpetrated in numerous Internet files.

EBT shows Isabel as the daughter of Sir Richard Tempest and we believe that to be correct. As noted above, she was clearly a Tempest. EBT does not guess at Isabel's birth date. We have her husband's death date (about 1445) and her son-in-law's death date (1441). Considering these in conjunction with the likely dates of birth of Richard's sons (see above), Isabel would be in the right generation to be Richard's daughter, although it is not clear where in the sibship Isabel might be placed. EBT presents two pieces of evidence regarding the Hamertons, both confirming a close relationship between them and the Tempests. The first is Assize Roll 1542, mm. 9 and 9d (EBT also references m. 3d of this roll, the roll is National Archives, JUST 1/1542). Chris Phillips has located and translated this manuscript for us and the following is an edited version of his report. Membrane 9 and its reverse, 9d, includes a copy of the text on m. 3d, relating to the same plea. It concerns a claim of novel disseisin brought by William Richardson against Roger Tempest and Thomas Proctour, 15 April 7 Henry VI (1429) and references a previous plea at Westminster in Michaelmas Term in 7 Henry VI (1428). Roger Tempest, presumably Isabel's brother, answered "that he holds, and held at the date of the writ, jointly with Richard Ham'ton son of Laurence de Ham'ton and Robert Proctour of Austwyke, by a certain charter of feoffment of Richard Tempest knight to the same Roger, Richard Ham'ton and Robert by names, viz. Roger Tempest son of Richard Tempest knight, Richard Ham'ton son of Laurence (insertion: de) Ham'ton and Robert Proctour of Austwyke, by the name of all the lands and tenements which Richard Tempest knight had of the gift and feoffment of John Dowebyggyng son of Robert Dowebyggyng of Wakefeld lying in the vills and fields of [named areas]. He produces the charter of feoffment (i.e., Richard Tempest's charter), dated at Clapeham Monday next after the feast of Pentecost 3 Henry VI (28 May 1425)." The entry goes on with other details of the suit that are not relevant here. The manuscript shows that Isabel's son, Richard Hamerton, identified as the son of Laurence Hamerton, and Roger Tempest, Sir Richard's son and presumably Isabel's brother, were enfeoffed of property by Sir Richard in 1425.

The second piece of evidence EBT cites is the founding of a chantry in Long Preston church in 1468 by Sir Richard Hamerton (the chantry contains the tomb mentioned above) for the souls of his father Laurence and others, witnesses being Sir Richard Tempest of Bracewell (perhaps the son of Sir Richard, son of Sir John and Alice Sherburne, John was the son of Sir Piers and Grace Hebden, and Piers was son of Sir Richard) and Sir Richard Tempest of Staynforth (son of Sir Roger who was son of Sir Richard). Her citation for this is "Dodsw. MSS." Unfortunately, EBT does not provide the volume number of the Dodsworth manuscript, we believe it to be Dodsw. 155, but have not examined that work.

There are a number of other evidences for the connection between the Tempests and Hamertons, many not cited by EBT:

 9 Sept. 1410, Yorkshire Deeds I, Yorkshire Archaeological Society Record Series, v. 39, p. 44, no. 120: Release from Cecily, widow of Thomas Cokeson of Crakhow, to Sir Richard Tempest, knt. of [described lands]. Witnesses: Sir Thomas Talbot, knt., Laurence de Hamerton, and others.

 1 May 1421, Ibid. p. 41, no. 106: Release from Henry de Marsden to Sir Richard Tempest, knt., of lands in Broughton, witnesses included Laurence de Hamerton.

 7 July 1437, Ibid. p. 41, no. 107: Grant in special tail male by Roger Tempest, esq., and Katherine his wife, to William, their son, and Joan, daughter of James Metcalf, of their manor in Broughton with other lands. Witnesses: Sir John Tempest, knt., Laurence de Hamerton, and others.

 13 June 1410, Calendar of Patent Rolls, 1408-1413, p. 225: Commission to William de Haryngton, "chivaler," Richard Tempest, "chivaler," Laurence de Hamerton, and others to arrest various people.

 June 1412, EBT quoting Dodsw. 83, f. 57 (or 51): Sir Richard Tempest, with his sons Peter and John and Laurence Hamerton, witnesses.

 1 April 1418, Calendar of Patent Rolls, Henry V, 1416-1422, p. 196: Commission of array to Richard Tempest, "chivaler," Laurence Hamerton, and others for the defense of the realm while the king is in foreign parts for the recovery of the inheritance and rights of the crown.

 6 Sept 1426, Collectanea Topographica et Genealogica, Madden, 1834-43, v. 6, Charters Relating to Elslack, &c, pp. 316-17, T. 130: Richard Tempest, militis, Laurence de Hamerton, and others, witnesses.

 20 Sept. 1426, Ibid. p. 316, T. 134: Laurence de Hamerton, Roger Tempest, and others, witnesses.

 28 Sept. 1426, Ibid. p. 316, T. 135: Richard Tempest, militis, Laurence de Hamerton, armig', and others, witnesses.

 5 January 1427-8, EBT quoting Hoghton Tower Deeds, no. 272: Sir Richard Tempest, Knt., with Laurence Hamerton and John Tempest (his son) with others witnesses at Gisburne.

 4 Oct 1434, Pudsay Deeds, Yorkshire Archaeological Society Record Series, v. 56, p. 255 No. 267: John Tempest, knight, Laurence de Hamerton, and others, witnesses.

 20 July 1439 A2A: Lancashire Record Office Tatton of Cuerdan ref. DDTA 146: John Tempest, knt., Laurence Hamerton, Richard Hamerton, Roger Tempest, and others, witnesses. (Online at the Access to Archives website.)

We believe that there is good evidence that Isabel was Sir Richard's daughter. We cannot, however, be sure that she was a daughter of Margaret Stainforth, since we do not know whether Richard had a previous wife (carried off by the Scots) and we do not know where in her sibship Isabel came.6 She was born circa 1400 at of Bracewell, Lancashire, England.

Citations

  1. [S8345] Unknown author, Royal Forefathers of Vera Joyce Fox Kvamme, p. 60, 176.
  2. [S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. III, p. 400.
  3. [S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. IV, p. 204.
  4. [S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. IV, p. 431.
  5. [S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. V, p. 178.
  6. [S24] Internet Site, From Susan Kimura--16 December 2010.
  7. [S11579] A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland, Vol. I, by John Burke, Esq.,, p. 519.

Sir John Tempest1,2,3

Last Edited7 Mar 2014
M, #26867, d. 8 February 1464
FatherSir Piers Tempest d. a 1417
MotherDorothy Hebdon d. b 1462
     Sir John Tempest Sheriff of Yorkshire in 1440 and 1459, and Lincolnshire in 1456. He was born at of Bracewell, Yorkshire, England. He married Alice Sherburne, daughter of Richard Sherburne, Esq. and Agnes Harington, circa 1420.3 Sir John Tempest died on 8 February 1464; Will Proved date.

Citations

  1. [S8346] Unknown author, Royal Forefathers of Vera Joyce Fox Kvamme, p. 60, 175.
  2. [S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. III, p. 368.
  3. [S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. V, p. 335.
  4. [S11583] The Wallop Family and Their Ancestry, by Vernon James Watney, p., 544.
  5. [S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. IV, p. 308.

Alice Sherburne1,2,3

Last Edited7 Mar 2014
F, #26868, b. circa 1402, d. after November 1463
FatherRichard Sherburne, Esq.3 b. 12 Oct 1381, d. 29 May 1441
MotherAgnes Harington
     Alice Sherburne was born circa 1402 at of Stonyhurst, Lancashire, England. She married Sir John Tempest, son of Sir Piers Tempest and Dorothy Hebdon, circa 1420.3 Alice Sherburne died after November 1463.

Citations

  1. [S8347] Unknown author, The Lineage and Ancestry of HRH Prince Charles, by Gerald Paget, Vol. II, p. 254; Royal Forefathers of Vera Joyce Fox Kvamme, p. 60, 175.
  2. [S17] Charles Davies Sherborn, Family of Sherborn, p. 16.
  3. [S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. V, p. 335.
  4. [S11579] A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland, Vol. I, by John Burke, Esq.,, p. 290.
  5. [S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. IV, p. 308.

Sir Piers Tempest1

Last Edited26 Dec 2010
M, #26869, d. after 1417
FatherSir Richard Tempest
MotherIsabel Leggard
     Sir Piers Tempest was born at of Bracewell, Yorkshire, England. He married Dorothy Hebdon, daughter of Sir Nicholas Hebden and Katherine de Wyhum. Sir Piers Tempest died after 1417.

Family

Dorothy Hebdon d. b 1462
Children

Citations

  1. [S8346] Unknown author, Royal Forefathers of Vera Joyce Fox Kvamme, p. 60, 175.

Dorothy Hebdon1

Last Edited27 Nov 2011
F, #26870, d. before 1462
FatherSir Nicholas Hebden b. c 1356
MotherKatherine de Wyhum b. c 1358, d. a 1416
     Dorothy Hebdon married Sir Piers Tempest, son of Sir Richard Tempest and Isabel Leggard. Dorothy Hebdon was born at of Hebdon, England. She died before 1462.

Citations

  1. [S8348] Unknown author, Royal Forefathers of Vera Joyce Fox Kvamme, p. 60, 175; The Lineage and Ancestry of HRH Prince Charles, by Gerald Paget, Vol. II, p. 417.
  2. [S11579] A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland, Vol. I, by John Burke, Esq.,, p. 290.

Sir Richard de Hebden

Last Edited27 Nov 2011
M, #26871, b. circa 1335
FatherSir Richard de Hebden b. c 1300, d. a 1350
MotherPetronella b. c 1310
     Sir Richard de Hebden was born circa 1335 at of Howell, Lincolnshire, England. He married (Miss) Luttrell, daughter of Sir Geoffrey Luttrell, Lord of Irnham and Agnes de Sutton, circa 1355 at Lincolnshire, England. His estate was probated on 22 September 1416.

Family

(Miss) Luttrell b. c 1330
Child

Margaret Hoppal1,2,3

Last Edited18 May 2013
F, #26872, d. after 1356
     Margaret Hoppal married Sir John Shireburne, High Sheriff & Mayor of York, son of Sir Walter (Robert) de Sherburne and Alicia (Alice) Blackburne.2,3 Margaret Hoppal died after 1356.

Citations

  1. [S8350] Unknown author, Royal Forefathers of Vera Joyce Fox Kvamme, p. 177; Family of Sherborn, by Charles Davies Sherborn, 1901, p. 11.
  2. [S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. I, p. 265.
  3. [S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. I, p. 443-444.
  4. [S17] Charles Davies Sherborn, Family of Sherborn, p. 11.

Sir Walter (Robert) de Sherburne1

Last Edited26 Dec 2010
M, #26873
FatherSir John de Sherburne
     Sir Walter (Robert) de Sherburne was born at Wiswall, Clitheroe, and Blackburne, Lancashire, England. He married Alicia (Alice) Blackburne, daughter of John de Blackburne and Margaret de Holand, before 1341.

Citations

  1. [S8351] Unknown author, Royal Forefathers of Vera Joyce Fox Kvamme, p. 177; Family of Sherborn, by Charles Davies Sherborn, 1901, p. 6-10.

Alicia (Alice) Blackburne1

Last Edited26 Dec 2010
F, #26874, d. after 1358
FatherJohn de Blackburne
MotherMargaret de Holand b. c 1309, d. 20 Aug 1349 or 22 Aug 1349
     Alicia (Alice) Blackburne was born at of Wiswall, England. She married Sir Walter (Robert) de Sherburne, son of Sir John de Sherburne, before 1341. Alicia (Alice) Blackburne died after 1358.

Citations

  1. [S8352] Unknown author, Royal Forefathers of Vera Joyce Fox Kvamme, p. 177; Family of Sherborn, by Charles Davies Sherborn, 1901, p. 8.
  2. [S17] Charles Davies Sherborn, Family of Sherborn, p. 10.

John de Blackburne1

Last Edited26 Dec 2010
M, #26875
FatherAdam Blackburne
     John de Blackburne was born at of Wiswall, England. He married Margaret de Holand, daughter of Sir Robert de Holand, 1st Lord Holand, Sheriff of Flint, Justice of Chester and Maud la Zouche, after 1331; This marriage is unknown to Plantagenet Ancestry.2

Family

Margaret de Holand b. c 1309, d. 20 Aug 1349 or 22 Aug 1349
Child

Citations

  1. [S8352] Unknown author, Royal Forefathers of Vera Joyce Fox Kvamme, p. 177; Family of Sherborn, by Charles Davies Sherborn, 1901, p. 8.
  2. [S5] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 400.

Adam Blackburne1

Last Edited26 Dec 2010
M, #26876

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S8353] Unknown author, Royal Forefathers of Vera Joyce Fox Kvamme, p. 177.

Sir John de Sherburne1

Last Edited26 Dec 2010
M, #26877
FatherSir Robert Sherburne d. 1261
MotherMathilde de Catford d. 1240
     Sir John de Sherburne Called "John de Haconsal". He was born at of Presal and Hambleton, Lancashire, England.

Citations

  1. [S8354] Unknown author, Royal Forefathers of Vera Joyce Fox Kvamme, p. 176; Family of Sherborn, by Charles Davies Sherborn, 1901, p. 6.

Sir Robert Sherburne1

Last Edited26 Dec 2010
M, #26878, d. 1261
FatherSir Richard de Sherburne
MotherEva l' Arbalestier
     Sir Robert Sherburne was born at of Hambleton, Lancashire, England. He married Mathilde de Catford, daughter of Adam de Catford, before 1240. Sir Robert Sherburne died in 1261.

Citations

  1. [S8355] Unknown author, Royal Forefathers of Vera Joyce Fox Kvamme, p. 176; Family of Sherborn, by Charles Davies Sherborn, 1901, p. 5/6.

Mathilde de Catford1

Last Edited26 Dec 2010
F, #26879, d. 1240
FatherAdam de Catford
     Mathilde de Catford was born at of Carlton Magna (Pulton), Lancashire, England. She married Sir Robert Sherburne, son of Sir Richard de Sherburne and Eva l' Arbalestier, before 1240. Mathilde de Catford died in 1240.

Citations

  1. [S8354] Unknown author, Royal Forefathers of Vera Joyce Fox Kvamme, p. 176; Family of Sherborn, by Charles Davies Sherborn, 1901, p. 6.
  2. [S17] Charles Davies Sherborn, Family of Sherborn, p. 6.

Adam de Catford1

Last Edited26 Dec 2010
M, #26880
FatherAdam de Catford
     Adam de Catford was born at of Pulton, Lancashire, England.

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S8354] Unknown author, Royal Forefathers of Vera Joyce Fox Kvamme, p. 176; Family of Sherborn, by Charles Davies Sherborn, 1901, p. 6.

Sir Richard de Sherburne1

Last Edited26 Dec 2010
M, #26881
FatherSir Robert Sherburne
     Sir Richard de Sherburne A Crusader. He was born at of Hambleton, Lancashire, England. He married Eva l' Arbalestier, daughter of Geoffrey l' Arbalestier.

Citations

  1. [S8356] Unknown author, Royal Forefathers of Vera Joyce Fox Kvamme, p. 176.

Eva l' Arbalestier1

Last Edited26 Dec 2010
F, #26882
FatherGeoffrey l' Arbalestier
     Eva l' Arbalestier married Sir Richard de Sherburne, son of Sir Robert Sherburne. Eva l' Arbalestier was born at of Hambleton, Lancashire, England.

Citations

  1. [S8356] Unknown author, Royal Forefathers of Vera Joyce Fox Kvamme, p. 176.

Geoffrey l' Arbalestier1

Last Edited26 Dec 2010
M, #26883
     Geoffrey l' Arbalestier Obtained Manor of Hambleton from John, Earl of Mortaigne (later King John of England). He was born at of Hambleton, Lancashire, England.

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S8356] Unknown author, Royal Forefathers of Vera Joyce Fox Kvamme, p. 176.

Sir Robert Sherburne1

Last Edited26 Dec 2010
M, #26884
     Sir Robert Sherburne His father, known as Baron de Shyreburne, was alive in 1206.

Citations

  1. [S8356] Unknown author, Royal Forefathers of Vera Joyce Fox Kvamme, p. 176.

Richard de Hammerton, Lord Hammerton, Knollmere, Wigglesworth, & Hellifield1

Last Edited26 Dec 2010
M, #26885
FatherAdam de Hammerton, Lord Hammerton d. b 1377
MotherKatherine de Knolle
     Richard de Hammerton, Lord Hammerton, Knollmere, Wigglesworth, & Hellifield Lord of Knolsmere, Wigglesworth, and Hellifield. He was born at of Hamerton, Yorkshire, England. He married Elizabeth Radcliff, daughter of William Radcliff and Ellen Langfield.

Family

Elizabeth Radcliff b. c 1360
Child

Citations

  1. [S8357] Unknown author, Royal Forefathers of Vera Joyce Fox Kvamme, p. 176; Burke's Commoners, Vol. I, p. 519.

Elizabeth Radcliff1

Last Edited26 Dec 2010
F, #26886, b. circa 1360
FatherWilliam Radcliff
MotherEllen Langfield
     Elizabeth Radcliff married Richard de Hammerton, Lord Hammerton, Knollmere, Wigglesworth, & Hellifield, son of Adam de Hammerton, Lord Hammerton and Katherine de Knolle. Elizabeth Radcliff was born circa 1360 at of Langfield, Yorkshire, England.

Citations

  1. [S8358] Unknown author, Royal Forefathers of Vera Joyce Fox Kvamme, p. 176, 175.

Adam de Hammerton, Lord Hammerton1

Last Edited26 Dec 2010
M, #26887, d. before 1377
FatherJohn Hamerton b. c 1308
MotherAgnes b. c 1313
     Adam de Hammerton, Lord Hammerton Lineal descendant of Richard Hammerton, living in the reign of King Henry II. He was born at of Hamerton, Yorkshire, England. He married Katherine de Knolle, daughter of Elias de Knolle, Lord Wigglesworth, Knollmere, & Hellifield. Adam de Hammerton, Lord Hammerton died before 1377.

Citations

  1. [S8356] Unknown author, Royal Forefathers of Vera Joyce Fox Kvamme, p. 176.

Katherine de Knolle1

Last Edited26 Dec 2010
F, #26888
FatherElias de Knolle, Lord Wigglesworth, Knollmere, & Hellifield
     Katherine de Knolle married Adam de Hammerton, Lord Hammerton, son of John Hamerton and Agnes. Katherine de Knolle The field of Helge, the Norseman. The Knolles acquired from Isabel, daughter of Richard Helgeful. She was born at of Wigglesworth, Knollmere, and Hellifield (Helgefelt), Yorkshire, England.

Citations

  1. [S8356] Unknown author, Royal Forefathers of Vera Joyce Fox Kvamme, p. 176.

Elias de Knolle, Lord Wigglesworth, Knollmere, & Hellifield1

Last Edited26 Dec 2010
M, #26889

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S8356] Unknown author, Royal Forefathers of Vera Joyce Fox Kvamme, p. 176.

John Leete1

Last Edited29 Nov 2011
M, #26890, b. circa 1500
     John Leete was born circa 1500 at of Little Eversden, Suffolk, England. He married Ellen Burgoyne circa 1523 at of Eversden, Cambridgeshire, England. John Leete was buried on 25 December 1551 at Eversden, Cambridgeshire, England.

Family

Ellen Burgoyne
Child

Citations

  1. [S8359] Unknown author, The Family of Leete, 2nd Ed., by Joseph Leete, 1906, p. 55.

(Miss) Luttrell

Last Edited27 Nov 2011
F, #26891, b. circa 1330
FatherSir Geoffrey Luttrell, Lord of Irnham d. 23 May 1345
MotherAgnes de Sutton d. 12 Jun 1340
     (Miss) Luttrell was born circa 1330 at England. She married Sir Richard de Hebden, son of Sir Richard de Hebden and Petronella, circa 1355 at Lincolnshire, England.

Family

Sir Richard de Hebden b. c 1335
Child

Sir Richard Tempest1

Last Edited26 Dec 2010
M, #26892
FatherSir John Tempest d. a 1325
MotherMary Holland
     Sir Richard Tempest was born at of Bracewell, Yorkshire, England. He married Isabel Leggard, daughter of Sir John Leggard.

Citations

  1. [S8361] Unknown author, Royal Forefathers of Vera Joyce Fox Kvamme, p. 175; Burke's Commoners, p. 289.
  2. [S11579] A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland, Vol. I, by John Burke, Esq.,, p. 289.

Isabel Leggard1

Last Edited26 Dec 2010
F, #26893
FatherSir John Leggard
     Isabel Leggard married Sir Richard Tempest, son of Sir John Tempest and Mary Holland. Isabel Leggard married John Graas, son of Thomas Graas, Esq. and Eva de la Bruer; Her 1st husband.2

Family 2

John Graas b. c 1360
Child

Citations

  1. [S8361] Unknown author, Royal Forefathers of Vera Joyce Fox Kvamme, p. 175; Burke's Commoners, p. 289.
  2. [S11579] A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland, Vol. I, by John Burke, Esq.,, p. 289.
  3. [S61] Unknown author, Family Group Sheets, Family History Archives, SLC.

Sir John Leggard1

Last Edited26 Dec 2010
M, #26894

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S8362] Unknown author, Royal Forefathers of Vera Joyce Fox Kvamme, p. 176; Burke's Commoners, p. 289.