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THE REGISTER OF MARRIAGES IN YORK MINSTER,
ILLUSTRATED WITH BIOGRAPHICAL NOTICES
1681 to 1762.

By ROBERT H. SKAIFE, The Mount, York (1873).


YORK:
York Minster Marriages 1742-3 to 1765

(1266). 1742-3, Jan. 2. Michael Eastburn,* of the par. of St Jno. Delpick, in the city of York, & Faith Jenkinson, of Belfray's, in the same. (Lic.)
* Michael Eastburne, merchant, grocer and apothecary, chamberlain in 1746, was living in 1758. His daughter Sarah married in 1799, Robert Welborne Hotham, sheriff of York in 1801-2.

(1267). 1742-3, Jan. 5. William Wilson, of Thorton (Thornton ?), & Mary Smith, of Barnby. (Lic.)
(1268). 1742-3, Jan. 9. Stephen Robinson, of the par. of Birkin, and Dinah Gainforth, of the par. of St Mary's, Castlegate, in the city of York. (Lic.)
(1269). 1742-3, Jan. 13. Thomas Dobson, of Pickering, & Jane Smailes, of ye same place. (Lic.)
(1270). 1742-3, Jan. 13. Joseph Bower, of Skelton, in ye par. of Overton, & Elizabeth Plowman, of ye same place. (Lic.)
(1271). 1742-3, Jan. 19. Thomas Barfe,* of Hurst Courtney, in ye par. of Birkin, & Ann Leech, of Temple Hurst, in the said par. (Lic.)
* See No. 1149, antea.

(1272). 1742-3, Jan. 22. Francis Turner, of North Duffield, in ye par. of Skipwith, & Elizabeth Ellis, of ye par. of Escrick. (Lic.)
(1273). 1742-3, Feb. 1. Robert Wood, of Gillimoor, in ye par. of Kirkby-moorside, & Tamer Potter, of Fadmoor, in ye said par. (Lic.)
(1274). 1742-3, Feb. 5. Hugh Barnard, of Yapham, in the par. of Pocklington, & Rachael Bell, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1275). 1742-3, Feb. 10. Marmaduke Buckle,* of ye par. of ye Holy Trinity in Goodramgate, in ye city of York, & Jane Micklefield, of ye same par. (Lic.)
* Marmaduke Buckle, woolstapler, son of Marmaduke Buckle, of York, gent., who died in 1740. His eldest son, Joseph Buckle, was admitted a proctor in 1765, and died in 1818, leaving (with other issue) a son Joseph, also a proctor, lord mayor in 1842-3 and 1843.4, whose son is the present Joseph Buckle, Esq., Registrar of Her Majesty's District Court of Probate.

(1276). 1742-3, Feb. 12. Joseph Brown, of Ellerton, & Frances Cawood, of Grimston, in ye par. of Dunnington. (Lic.)
(1277). 1742-3, Feb. 15. William Coall, of Gillimoor, in ye par. of Kirkby Moorside, & Isabel Coall, of ye same place. (Lic.)
(1278). 1742-3, Feb. 19. Peter Beal, of Skirpenbeck, and Isabella Gray, of Nether Popleton. (Lic.)
(1279). 1742-3, Mar. 24. John Hatter & Mary Bathurst, both of Murton, in ye par. of Osbaldwick. (Lic.)
(1280). 1743, Apr. 11. Richard Plowman & Ann Northrop, both of Ripon. (Lic.)
(1281). 1743, Apr. 13. John Theakston and Mary Haigh. (Lic )
(1282). 1743, Apr. 14. Thomas Lee, of Leeds, & Margret Markam, of the same. (Lic.)
(1283). 1743, Apr. 21. Thomas Hartley,* of Tadcaster, and Margaret Marshall, of the same. (Lic.)
* Thomas Hartley, innholder, Tadcaster (the son, apparently, of John Hartley, of the sauce town), married, firstly, Jane Colbeck, who died in 1742 ; secondly, Margaret, daughter of Edward Marshall, of Tadcaster, gent., by whom he had an only child, Edward-Marshall, who was four years old at his father's decease in 1749. John Hartley, innholder, brother of the above Thomas, died at Tadcaster in 1804, aged 93, leaving (with other issue) two sons, Stephen and Thomas, both brewers. Stephen was sheriff of York in 1791-2, and his son William filled the same office in 1810-11. Thomas was lord mayor in 1789 and 1803, and died in 1808, aged 69.

(1284). 1743, Apr. 30. Walter Hickson (?), of the par. of St Michael, & Rebecca Nickson. (Lic.)
(1285). 1743, May 1. James Hobson,* Gent., & Eliz: Preston. He of Kirby Moreside, & she of New Malton. (Lic.)
* James Hobson, of The Minster Yard, gent., died in 1792, leaving a widow Elizabeth, and an only child Eleanor, wife of the Rev. James Willoughby, rector of Guiseley, and vicar of Askham Richard, co. York.

(1286). 1743, May 5. Wm Darwan,* of the Close of St Peter's, York, and Eliz: Greenfield, of the same. (Lic.)
* A William Darwin was clerk of the Cathedral Vestry from 1780 to 1782.

(1287). 1743, May 20. John Garbut, of ye chappelry of Worlton, and Mary Long, of ye same place. (Lic.)
(1288). 1743, May 22. Joseph Broadbent, of ye par. of Barwick in Elmet, & Sarah Jenkinson, of St John Delpike's par., in ye city of York. (Lic.)
(1289). 1743, May 27. John Taylor, in ye par. of Wakefield, & Frances Smith, of ye same par. (Lic.)
(1290). 1743, June 3. Ralph Fowler, of ye par. of Bulmer, & Sarah Frier, of ye same. (Lic.)
(1291). 1743, July 2. James Garbut & Mary Garbut, both of Kirkdale. (Lic.)
(1292). 1743, Aug. 4. William Hodge & Lucy Burnitt, both of Crake. (Lic.)
(1293). 1743, Sept. 4. John Waite & Mary Spence, both of the par. of the Holy Trinity in King's Court, in the city of York. (Lic.)
(1294). 1743, Sept. 17. James Oliver & Mary Simpson, both of ye par. of Whenby. (Lic.)
(1295). 1743, Sept. 25. Arthur Burton, of ye par. of Leeds, & Ann Fibson, of ye same. par. (Lic,)
(1296). 1743, Sept. 30. Bryan Boyes, of the par. of Little Driffield, & Elizabeth Cockerell, of the par. of Pickering. (Lic.)
(1297). 1743, Oct. 18. John Brown, of Escrick, and Rosamond Tate, of Hessay. (Lic.)
(1298). 1743, Oct. 19. Francis Dyson, of ye par. of Hallifax, & Rosamond Spencer, of Addingham. (Lic.)
(1299). 1743, Nov. 12. George Dalton and Mary Fearn, of the par. of St John's. (Lic.)
(1300). 1743, Nov. 21. Robert Thornborough, of Howden, & Ann Fletcher, of Drax. (Lic.)
(1301). 1743, Nov. 22. Henry Hawkins, of Newton, & Ann Cooper, of ye same. (Lic.)
(1302). 1743, Nov. 22. William Dobson, of Ampleford, & Mary Nicholson, of the same. (.Lic.)
(1303). 1743, Dec. 1. Michael Clarkson, of Foggathorp, & Elizabeth Foster, of Holme. (Lic.)
(1304). 1743, Dec. 21. Christopher Aisdall and Mary Sewer (?) (Lic.)
(1305). 1743, Dec. 27. John Dealtary,* of Skirpenbeck, & Ann Wiley, of York. (Lic.)
* Second son of the Rev. William Dealtary, rector of Skirpenbeck, who died in 1741. He was ordained deacon, by the bishop of Chester, 31 Oct., 1731, and priest, by the bishop of Durham, 2 Sept., 1733. On 7 Dec., 1736, he was instituted to the rectory of Skirpenbeck, which had been resigned by his father in the preceding month. On 7 Dec., 1741, he was admitted to the perpetual curacy of Bishop Wilton. On 1 July, 1758, he was collated to the vicarage of Bishopthorpe, and instituted to the perpetual curacy of Acaster Malbis, which livings he held until his death. On 25 Oct., 1759, he was admitted to the prebend of Norwell, at Southwell, which he resigned in 1785. In 1780 he was collated to the stall of Stillington, at York, and on 2 Feb., 1785, was instituted to the rectory of Barnbrough, holding both preferments until his decease, which occurred on April 30th, 1797, at the age of 89. He left two sons, the Rev. William Dealtary, and Henry Dealtary, esq. The former, who was rector of Skirpenbeck and Wigginton, married, at St. Mary's, Castlegate, 6 Feb., 1776, Elizabeth-Frances, daughter of Francis Barlow, esq., of Middlethorpe, near York, high sheriff of the county in 1735.-The marriage settlement between John Dealtary and Ann Wiley bears date 26 Dec., 1743. She was living in April, 1794.

(1306). 1743-4, Jan. 5. John Brown, of Barnby, & Ann Pennington, of ye same par., viz. of Howden. (Lic.)
(1307). 1743-4, Jan. 6. Chrs. Dowell, of Bramham, and Esther Bowlby, of the same par. (Lic.)
(1308). 1743-4, Jan. 31. John Whare, of Scarcroft, & Mary Darby, of Bilton. (Lic.)
(1309). 1743-4, Feb. 11. Wm. Knapton, of Sherburn, & Sarah Wilson, of Hunsingore. (Lic.)
(1310). 1743-4, Feb. 18. Christopher Steel, of Newton-upon-Ouze, & Sarah Vasey, of Tollerton. (Lic.)
(1311). 1743-4, Feb. 27. John Bulmer, of ye par. of Gilling, & Jane Knowlson, of ye same place. (Lic.)
(1312). 1743-4, Mar. 10. Robert Ewbank, of the par. of St Hellen, in the city of York, & Mary Rodwell, of the par. of St Martin, in the said city. (Lic.)
(1313). 1744, Apr. 3. Frankland Coats, of ye par. of Danby, & Margaret Petch, of the same place.
(1314). 1744, Apr. 7. John Hall, of Harton, in ye par. of Bossall, & Elizabeth Sturdle, of ye same par. (Lic.)
(1315). 1744, Apr. 17. Thomas Wallshaw & Elizabeth Muse, both of Monkfryston. (Lic.)
(1316). 1744, Apr. 17. John Witty, of Luttons Ambo, & Mary Saunderson, of Warter. (Lic.)
(1317). 1744, Apr. 28. Henry Brown, of the par. of Aughton, & Susannah Cowpland, of the same. (Lic.)
(1318). 1744, May 9. Marmaduke Scott, of ye par. of Bubwith, and Frances Grasby, of ye same place. (Lic.)
(1319). 1744, May 17. Henry Hardy & Anne Shepherd, both of Seaton, in ye par. of Sigglesthorne. (Lic.)
(1320). 1744, May 18. James Fenton, of Leeds, & Ann Green, of the par. of the Holy Trinity, in Micklegate, in the city of York. (Lic.)
(1321). 1744, May 28. William Hunsman, of North Newbald, & Arrabella Vauser, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1322). 1744, May 30. John Foster, of Thirsk, and Sarah Potter, of Wath. (Lic.)
(1323). 1744, June 2. John Gowland, of Nether Poppleton, & Elizabeth Hawkin, of Hessay. (Lic.)
(1324). 1744, June 11. John Parker, of Wetherby, and Elizabeth Lacy, of ye same place. (Lic.)
(1325). 1744, June 24. Robert Lorriman, of New Malton, & Margaret Macknabb, of Pickering.
(1326). 1744, June 29. James Kendrey, of ye city of York, & Elizabeth West, of Osbaldwick. (Lic.)
(1327). 1744, July 11. John Bolton, of Scrayingham, and Dorothy Seller, of ye same. (Lic.)
(1328). 1744, July 14. James Egton, of Bishop Wilton, and Ellen Abba, of the same. (Lic.)
(1329). 1744, July 27. Nicholas Simpson, of Saxton, & Rebecca Lazenby, of the par. of Stillingfleet. (Lic.)
(1330). 1744, Aug. 1. Marmaduke Simpson & Eliz: Binnington, both of North Dalton. (Lic.)
(1331). 1744, Aug. 5. John Rowning, rector of Anderby, in Linconshire, & Elizabeth Roberts, of ye par. of St Michael Belfrey's. (Lic.)
(1332). 1744, Aug. 7. John Sowray, of Stillington, & Ann Young, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1333). 1744, Aug. 8. Nathaniel Ahid (?), of Aley (?), and Ann Wilks, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1334). 1744, Aug. 16. George Hartley, of ye city of Lincoln, & Ann Harland,* of ye par. of St Cuthbert's, York. (Lic.)
* Ann, daughter of Richard Harland, of York, gent., by his 2nd wife Lois (who died in 1744), only daughter of the Rev. George Halley, D.D., rector of St. Cuthbert's, York, 1683-1708 (by Sarah, daughter of the Rev. Cuthbert Hesketh, rector of Moor Monkton). Her brother, George Harland, of York, gent., left at his decease in 1793, a daughter Lois, who married Timothy Morine, of York, gent. Their son, George Morine, esq., the Poet, died at Doncaster, 16 December, 1872, aged 63.

(1335). 1744, Sept. 12. John Ward, of Garforth, & Eliz: Bond, of St Michael-le-Belfray's. (Lic.)
(1336). 1744, Sept. 17. William Stephenson, of Skirpenbeck, & Elizabeth Midgley, of ye same. (Lic.)
(1337). 1744, Oct. 13. Richard Beilby, of Hinderskelf, & Sarah Hoyland, of St Trinity, in Goodramgate. (Lic.)
(1338). 1744, Oct. 15. Robert Wharton, of Hovingham, & Eliz: Surr, of Westow. (Lic.)
(1339). 1744, Oct. 29. Francis Iles, of Knaresborough, and Dorothy I'ans, of the par. of St Michael's de Belfray. (Lic.)
(1340). 1744, Nov. 14. Anthony Gill. of ye par. of Easingwoold, and Elizabeth Wallis, of ye par. off Sutton in ye Forrest. (.Lic.)
(1341). 1744, Nov. 25. Thomas Gurnill, of Gainsbrough, & Mary Kell, of the city of York. (Lic.)
(1342). 1744, Dec. 2. John Chambers, of Wakefield, & Grace Shackleton, of ye city of York. (Lic.)
(1343). 1744-5, Jan. 10. John Hopper, of Bugthorp, & Margret Blenkin, of Howsham. (Lic.)
(1344). 1744-5, Jan. 14. Willm Jackson, of Otley, & Jane Brown, of ye same. (Lic.)
(1345). 1744-5, Feb. 7. Christopher Heddon & Sarah Pew, both of Stonegrave. (Lic.)
(1346). 1744-5, Feb. 11. John Arminson, of Haxby, and Ann Daniel, of ye par. of All Saints, in ye Pavement, in York. (Lic.)
(1347). 1744-5, Feb. 14. John Scott, of Stanely, in ye par. of Wakefield, and Isabell Mawson, of Wakefield afore said. (Lic.)
(1348). 1744-5, Mar. 3. Francis Littlewood, of the par. of St John, in the city of York, & Mary Nicholson, of the par. of St Crux, in the same city. (Lic.)
(1349). 1744-5, Mar. 9. Jonathan Piercy, of Leppington, & Alice Arnall, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1350). 1744-5, Mar. 19. Thos Becket, of Knaresborough, and Dorothy Dixon, of Kirby Malzard. (Lic.)
(1351). 1745, April 1. John Walker, of Farnsley (sic), in the par. of Calverley, and Mary Hanson, of Moor Town, in the par. of Leeds. (Lic.)
(1352). 1745, Apr. 14. Will. Carr,* of the par. of St. Olive's, in York, and Diana Mitley, of ye city of York. (Lic.)
* William Carr, joiner, died in 1757, after a " long and tedious illness."-Diana, sister of Charles Mitley, sculptor, York, who died in 1758. In 1745 the corporation granted a lease of the site of Davy or Lardiner Hall to Mr. Charles Mitley and his brother-in-law Mr. William Carr, who built thereon "a row of six good houses, which being roofed in July, 1746, on the very day when William, duke of Cumberland, visited York after the battle of Culloden, were, through respect to him, called Cumberland Row, though this part of the city is now far more generally termed New street" (Hargrove's Hist. of York, II., 407). On 3rd April, 1763, Mary, daughter of the above-mentioned Charles Mitley, became the wife of William Peckitt, the well known glass painter, whom she survived.

(1353). 1745, Apr. 27. George Cundall, gunner of his Majesty's sloop the Jamaica, & Rebecca Moxon, of ye city of York. (Lic.)
(1354). 1745, Apr. 29. John Saxton, of Wakefield, and Martha Shuttleworth, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1355). 1745, May 2. James Richardson, of the city of York, & Elizabeth Key, of the par. of St. Maurice. (Lic.)
(1356). 1745, May 10. Jonathan Heward & Anne Cowper, both of ye par. of Fishlake. (Lic.)
(1357). 1745, May 23. William Farthing & Hannah Gray, both of Great Driffield. (Lic.)
(1358). 1745, May 29. Abstrupus Danby,* Esqr, of Hull, and Hanah Woolfe, of the city of York. (Lic.)
* Abstrupus, 3rd son of Abstrupus Danby, Esq., of Swinton (see No. 412, antea), by his first wife Elizabeth Ingram. Born in 1717 ; died at York, 17 March, 1792. Hannah, daughter of Richard Wolfe, Esq., of Bridlington Quay, died in 1792. Their only daughter, Elizabeth Danby, died unmarried in 1768.

(1359). 1745, June 4. John Smith, of Ripon, & An Wilson, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1360). 1745, June 25. John Hopkin, of the town of Kingston upon Hull, and Elizabeth Puckering, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1361). 1745, July 1. Joseph Forrest, of the town of Kingston upon Hull, & Sarah Walker, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1362). 1745, July 1. Josiah Walker, of ye par. of Bedale, and Mary Jackson, of St Hellen's par., both in Yorkshire. (Lic.)
(1363). 1745, July 2. John Ovington, of the city of York, and Margaret Smith, of the same. (Lic.)
(1364). 1745, July 2. William Keld, of Langdoleside, & Margaret Hill, of Slingsby, both of Yorkshire. (Lic.)
(1365). 1745, July 10. Leonard Terry,* of the par. of St. Mary's, Castlegate, in the city of York, and Elizabeth Blanshard, of the par. of All Saints, Pavement. (Lic.)
* Leonard Terry, carpenter, one of the city chamberlains in 1754.

(1366). 1745, July 10. John Ringrose and Ann Willson, both of the par. of Collingham. (Lic.)
(1367). 1745, July 16. Jonathan Hardcastle, of Stockton, & Mary Mitchel, of the par. of St John's, within the city of York. (Lic.)
(1368). 1745, July 17. George Shepherd, of Wombwell, in the par. of Darfield, & Elizabeth Spink, of ye par. of Ackworth. (Lic.)
(1369). 1745, July 30. William Davison, of Haddlesey, in ye par. of Birkin, & Elizabeth Richardson, of Hirst, in ye said par. (Lic.)
(1370). 1745, Aug. 10. John Blanshard, of the city of York, and Mary Atkinson, of the same city. (Lic.)
(1371). 1745, Aug. 12. George Lambert & Hannah Bladen, ye one of Wetherby, ye other of Tadcaster. (Lic.)
(1372). 1745, Aug. 15. Philip Grave & Frances Brown, both of Gilberdike, in Eastrington par. (Lic.)
(1373). 1745, Aug. 23. Jonathan Bosomworth & Ann Peckett, both of the par. of Slingsby. (Lic.)
(1374). 1745, Aug. 22 (sic) John Taylor & Ann Sturdy, both of Benningbrough. (Lic.)
(1375). 1745, Aug. 31. Thomas Wooller, of Osset, in the par. of Dewsbury, & Elizabeth Foster, of ye same place. (Lic.)
(1376). 1745, Sept. 23. Ralph Robinson, of Leeds, and Elizabeth Bean, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1377). 1745, Sept. 24. Mathew Puckering & Mary Shaw, both of Hull. (Lic.)
(1378). 1745, Sept. 28. Robert Hood, of the par. of St Sampson, in the city of York, and Ann Clarke, of St. Michael le Belfray. (Lic.)
(1379). 1745, Sept. 28. Richd. Ward, of Skirlaugh, & Frances Heplewood, of ye same place. (Lic.)
(1380). 1745, Oct. 12. Jeremiah Tapling & Mary Rose, both of Humbleton. (Lic.)
(1381). 1745, Oct. 15. William Hick & Mary Stevenson, both of Beilby. (Lic.)
(1382). 1745, Oct. 21. John Hall, of Wragby, & Ann Anderson, of Stillington. (Lic.)
(1383). 1745, Oct. 22. William Foster, of Whitwell, in ye par. of Cramb, & Eleanor Hornsea of Sticknam (sic), in ye par. of Sheriff Hutton. (Lic.)
(1384). 1745, Nov. 12. William Carr, of Heslington, and Mary Clitheroe, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1385). 1745, Nov. 14. Wm. Pearson and Mary Singleton, both of Yapham. (Lic.)
(1386). 1745, Nov. 23. Robert Bentley,* of Pannal, and Ann Housman, of Great Ribston. (Lic.)
* Robert, son of Robert and Isabella Bentley, of Pannal, was baptized there 15 January, 1718. See No. 1729, postea. For an account of this family, See Grainge's History of the Forest of Knaresbrough, p. 221.

(1387). 1745, Nov. 27. William Smart & Mary Appleby. (Lic.)
(1388). 1745, Nov. 28. Obadiah Kemp and Ann Smith, both of the par. of Leven, in the diocese of York. (Lic.)
(1389). 1745, Nov. 25 (sic) Thomas Tomlinson, of Linton upon Ouze, & Mary Jackson, of Newton. (Lic.)
(1390). 1745, Dec. 16. John Tod, of the par. of Bolton. Percy, & Margaret Blythe, of Bilbrough. (Lic.)
(1391). 1745, Dec. 30. Daniel Dawson & Faith Dodding, both of ye par. of Bramham. (Lic.)
(1392). 1745-6, Jan. 4. Wm. Browne, of Loundsbrough, & Hannah Broadhead, of Market Weighton. (Lic.)
(1393). 1745-6, Jan. 5. Robert Thomas, of Meltonby, in the par. of Pocklington, & Elizabeth Leak, of the same. (Lic.)
(1394). 1745-6, Jan. 10. John Hebden, of Scarborough, and Mary Storry, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1395). 1745-6, Jan. 21. James Backhouse, of Fenton, and Ellen Coupland, of the same. (Lic.)
(1396). 1745-6, Jan. 24. John Willans, of Dewsbury, & Alathea Watson, of the Close of the Cathedral church in York. (Lic.)
(1397). 1745-6, Feb. 5. Robert Harper, of Wheldrake, & Anne Holderness, of the same par. (Lic.)
(1398). 1745-6, Feb. 6. Thomas Metcalfe and Ellen Pickersgill, both of North Coat Grange, in Massam par.
(1399). 1745-6, Feb. 8. John Bradshaw & Mary Dixon. both of Sutton on ye Forrest. (Lic.)
(1400). 1745-6, Feb. 27. William Potter, of ye city of York, bricklayer, & Mary Mudd, of the Beddern, in ye said city. (Lic )
(1401). 1745-6, Mar. 11. Thomas Bramwell and Mary Spedy, of the par. of Sheffield. (Lic.)
(1402). 1746, Apr. 7. Alexander Harrison,* of All St's, in North-street, and Christiana Rider, of Bphill Jun. (Lic.)
* Alexander Harrison, brewer, North-street, was one of the city chamberlains in 1752.

(1403). 1746, March (sic) 10. Thomas Eadon, of ye par. of St George wth Naburne, and Margaret Wiley, of ye city of York. (Lic.)
(1404). 1746, Apr. 10. John Cutts, of the par. of St Crux, in the city of York, & Jane Craven, of St Wilfrey's, in the same city. (Lic.)
(1405). 1746, Apr. 11. Richard Allat, of ye par. of St Martin, in Coney-street in York, & Anne Ward, of ye par. of Rufforth. (Lic.)
(1406). 1746, Apr. 22. George Barrows, of ye par. of St John Del Pike, & Mary Pearson, of Stockton. (Lic.)
(1407). 1746, Apr. 24. John Bowman,* of Beverley, gentleman, and Jane Lockwood, of ye par. of St Martin, in Micklegate. (Lic.)
* John, eldest son of John Bowman, alderman of Beverley (who died in 1540), and Hannah, his wife.

(1408). 1746, Apr. 24. Richd Snowdon, of Cattell Hall, in ye par. of Whixley, & Sarah Houseman, of Little Ribston, in ye par. of Spofforth. (Lic.)
(1409). 1746, May 7. Thomas Clarkson, of Welburn, in the par. of Bulmer, and Ann Gray, of ye same place. (Lic.).
(1410). 1746, May 10. Joseph Harper, of York, in the par. of St Giles, and Elizabeth Gawtry, of Stockton. (Lic.)
(1411). 1746, May 13. Richard Wilson, of Fishlake, & Hannah Wilson, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1412). 1746, May 15. Alexander Scott and Alice Hall, both of the par. of Bubwith. (Lic.)
(1413). 1746, May 19. William Wigglesworth, of Armley, in the par. of Leeds, and Hannah Marshall, of Rawden, in the par. of Guisley. (Lic.)
(1414). 1746, May 19. Thomas Lawton, of Roans House, in the par. of Sutton on the Forrest, and Rachael Tate, of Sherrif Hutton. (Lic.)
(1415). 1746, May 23. Thomas Beilby, of Beverley, & Rachel Harrison, of Wetwang. (Lic.)
(1416). 1746, May 29. William Wilkinson, of Nun Monkton, & Elizabeth Brogden, of Tockwith, in ye par. of Bilton. (Lic.)
(1417). 1746, June 12. Joseph Walker (a Trooper), of ye par. of St Mary, in Castlegate, York, & Susanna Cawton, of ye par. of ye Holy Trinity, in Goodramgate, York. (Lic.)
(1418). 1746, June 16. John Farnell, of Farnham, & Jane Cooper, of Newton upon Ouze. (Lic.)
(1419). 1746, June 17. Caleb Noddings, of Wimbleton, and Elizabeth Spenceley, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1420). 1746, June 22. William Wood, of Acaster Malbis, and Elizabeth Massey, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1421). 1746, June 22. Thomas Yeoman, of West Cottingwith, & Susanna Nettleton, of Grimston, in ye par. of Dunnington. (Lic.)
(1422). 1746, July 1. John Wilson, of Little Usburn, & Mary Atkinson, of Kirkleatham. (Lic.)
(1423). 1746, Aug. 3. John Kirk, of Wigginton, yeoman, and Margaret Calvert, of Moor Monkton. (Lic.)
(1424). 1746, Aug. 5. William Cundall, of Easingwould, yeoman, & Alice Wilson, of ye same. (Lic.)
(1425). 1746, Aug. 7. Wm. Berry & Rebecca Henery, both of Kilburn. (Lic.)
(1426). 1746, Aug. 9. Robert Clayton, ye younger, of Sherburn, and Ann Middleton, of Lenarton. (Lic.)
(1427). 1746, Aug. 12. Thomas Wright, of Sykehouse, in ye par. of Fishlake, & Sarah Hopkinson, of Snaith. (Lic.)
(1428). 1746, Aug. 12. Richrd. Horncastle, of Leeds, & Martha Douglas, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1429). 1746, Aug. 13. Richard Foord & Mary Thomp son, of the par. of Huggate. (Lic.)
(1430). 1746, Aug. 26. William Askam,* of the par. of St. Sampson's, in the city of York, & Mary Gowland, of the same city. (Lic.)
* William Askham, currier, chamberlain in 1740.

(1431). 1746, Sept. 1. Francis Shackelton, of Pontefract, & Jane Compton, of Badsworth. (Lic.)
(1432). 1746, Oct. 2. Herbert Lawson, of Kingston upon-Hull, & Penelope Knipe,* of ye par. of St Dennis, Walmgate. (Lic.)
* Probably the daughter of Thomas Knipe, common brewer, York, and Penelope, his wife.

(1433). 1746, Oct. 9. Wm Whitaker, of Howden, & Ellen Pearson, of the par. of St Michael-le-Belfray, in the city of York. (Lic.)
(1434). 1746, Oct. 14. Christopher Manatt, of ye city of York, & Elizabeth Cooke, of Stillington. (Lic.)
(1435). 1746, Oct. 15. William Flintoft, of Hovingham, & Ann Hawkins, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1436). 1746, Oct. 14 (sic) Robert Machael, of ye city of York, & Elizabeth Meadley, of Osbaldwick. (Lic.)
(1437). 1746, Oct. 19. James Hodgson, of Huntington, & Esther Kirkby, of the same. (Lic.)
(1438). 1746, Oct. 19. Willm. Thompson, of Riccall, and Ann Morfit, of ye same. (Lic.)
(1439). 1746, Nov. 8. Arthur Hoggart, of St Martin's, Mic[klegate], & Judith Day, of ye city of York. (Lic.)
(1440). 1746, Nov. 11. Richard Crawshaw, of East Haddlesey, in ye par. of Birkin, & Sarah Westerman, of ye same. (Lic.)
(1441). 1746, Nov. 11. William Fretwell,* of Thorp, in ye par. of Barnby Dunn, and Elizabeth Smith, of Doncaster. (Lic.)
* William, younger son of James Fretwell, gent., of Thorpe-in-Raine (son of James Fretwell, gent., of Maltby), by Mary, 2nd daughter of John Woodhouse, of Norton. in the parish of Campsall (see No. 798, antea). Born 21 July, 1708; died 26 Nov., 1778; will dated 12 Oct., 1778 [Pro. 16 July seq.]. His elder brother, James Fretwell, of Thorpe and Norton, gent., who died unmarried in 1772, left a Diary, which will shortly be published by the Surtees Society, under the editorship of Charles Jackson, Esq., of Doncaster.-Elizabeth, daughter of William Smith, of Doncaster, by his 2nd wife Dorothy Mitchell.-J. S.

(1442). 1746, Nov. 19. Thomas Tetlay, of Hunmanby, and Mary Cape, of the city of York. (Lic.)
(1443). 1746, Nov. 21. John Wilkinson & Anne Wells, both of Raskelfe. (Lic.)
(1444). 1746, Nov. 22. Wm. Sampson, of East Retford, in ye co. of Nott., & Mary Hawton, of ye city of York. (Lic.)
(1445). 1746, Nov. 24. John Unthank, of ye city of York, and Priscilla Carr, of the aforesaid city. (Lic.)
(1446). 1746, Dec. 1. William Townsley, of Rothwell, & Rebecca Host, of Barwick in Elmet. (Lic.)
(1447). 1746, Dec. 26. Christopher Wise, of Pockling ton, and Elizabeth Lorimer, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1448). 1746, Dec. 27. Wm. Morley, of Rawcliffe, in ye par. of Snaith, & Anne Gibson, of ye par. of Aughton. (Lic.)
(1449). 1746, Dec. 29. David Ward, of Bainton, & Hellen Hessay, of Warter. (Lic.)
(1450). 1746-7, Jan. 9. Wm. Williamson, of Beverley, & Charlotte Newlove, of Wetwang. (Lic.)
(1451). 1746-7, Jan. 29. William Walker, of Wath, in the par. of Hovingham, & Jane Wardale, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1452). 1746-7, Mar. 10. Silvester Tart, of Huby, in ye par. of Sutton on ye Forrest, & Elizabeth Locksmith, of Sproxton, in ye par. of Helmsley. (Lic.)
(1453). 1747, Mar. 26. John Long & Mary Barker, both of ye par. of Aughton. (Lic.)
(1454). 1747, Apr. 4. John Stocks & Ann Harland, both of ye par. of St Michael Belfrey's, in ye city of York. (Lic.)
(1455). 1747, Apr. 11. Joseph Mellanby, of Stockton upon Tees, in the co. of Durham, & Sarah Hitcock, of the par. of St John, in the city of York. (Lic.)
(1456). 1747, Apr. 22. George Brown, of Kexby, in the par. of Catton, & Elizabeth Weatherell, of Scarborough. (Lic.)
(1457). 1747, Apr. 25. William Ploughman, of Selby, & Mary Hembrough, of Kelfield. (Lic.)
(1458). 1747, May 4. Richard Sugden, of Millington, & Sarah Hide, of ye same place. (Lic.)
(1459). 1747, May 7. John Marwood and Eliz: Hall, both of the par. of St Mary, in Castlegate, in the city of York. (Lic.)
(1460). 1747, May 12. William Lovell, of Carnaby, and Hellen Cross, of Huggate. (Lic.)
(1461). 1747, May 16. Thruscross Topham* & Ann Sanderson, both of the par. of St Martin's, Micklegate, in the city of York. (Lic.)
* The will of Thruscross Topham, of York, gent., bears date 30 July, 1755, and was proved 23 April, 1757. He left a widow, Ann, and a daughter, Mary.

(1462). 1747, May 19. John Carter & Sarah Barran, both of ye par. of Rise. (Lic.)
(1463). 1747, May 19. Thomas Agar* & Phillis Moor house, both of Duncombe Park, in ye par. of Helmsley. (Lic.)
* Thomas Agar, of Duncombe Park, yeoman, died about 1775, leaving a widow, Phillis, by whom he had issue Christopher, Thomas, Phillis, Dorothy, and Catharine.

(1464). 1747, May 21. Robert Chaplin, in ye par. of Bubwith, & Margaret Dunn, of Howden. (Lic.)
(1465). 1747, June 3. James Jefferson, of Bridlington, & Elizabeth Johnson, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1466). 1747, June 9. Wm Turner & Anne Storry, both of Howsham. (Lic.)
(1467). 1747, June 16. Robert Hewson, of ye city of York, & Mary Pearson, of Ferry Bridge. (Lic.)
(1468). 1747, June 16. Mr. Edward Heber,* of ye par. of St John Delpike, & Miss Margaret Cuthbert, of ye par. of St Maurice, both in ye city of York. (Lic.)
* Edward Heber, proctor, York. 8th son of Reginald Heber, Esq., of Marton, by Hesther, daughter of Sir William Cayley, of Brompton, Bart. Bap. at Marton 19 October, 1712; died intestate before 13 Aug, 1795.-Margaret, daughter and heiress of the Rev. William Cuthbert, of Thornton-le-Beans, rector of South Kilvington (who died in 1717). In her will, dated 16 Aug., 1779 [Pro. 13 Aug., 1795], she desires "to be interred in the parish church of Kilvington, as near the remains of my late dear papa and mamma as may be."-At the bottom of the fourth page the testatrix has written these words :-" Mr. Heber & my son Nedy, as you hope for mercy, for mercy (sic), for Christ's sake, I charge you do this-give to charity."-The "Nedy" here mentioned was the Rev. Edward Heber, vicar of Kirkby Wharfe and Fridaythorpe, who died at Thornton-le-Beans, 31 October, 1795.

(1469). 1747, July 7. George Langton & Anne Dugleby, both of Haystrop, in y e par. of Agnes Burton. (Lic.)
(1470). 1747, July 15. Richd. Nelson, of Bimsey, in ye par. of West Tanfield, & Jane Cowper, of ye par. of St Trinity, in King's Court, York. (Lic.)
(1471). 1747, July 16. John Armstrong & Elizabeth Harrison, both of ye par. of St Crux, York. (Lic.)
(1472). 1747, Aug. 5. Henry Avison & Mary Deighton, both of ye par. of Hampsthwaite. (Lic.)
(1473). 1747, Aug. 17. William Whitehead, of Skerne, & Jane Whitehead, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1474). 1747, Aug. 17. John Ellis, of Ackworth, & Mercy Robinson, of Bramham Biggin. (Lic.)
(1475). 1747, Aug. 25. John Andrews,* of Hull, and Elizabeth Norton, of Wakefield. (Lic.)
* Possibly John Andrews, of Kingston-upon-Hull, gent., who, in his will dated 22 January, 1761 [Pro. 21 Jan., 1765], desires his wife Jane to cause his body to be interred " in a private, frugal manner, in an evening, decently." His brother, Joseph Andrews, was vicar of Stanway, in Essex.

(1476). 1747, Sept. 7. James Heald, of Sowerby, in ye par. of Thirsk, & Jane Coupland, of ye same. (Lic.)
(1477). 1747, Sept. 28. Samuel Wilson, of Stanford Bridge, & Mary Leadley, of Dunnington. (Lic.)
(1478). 1747, Oct. 9. Thomas Horsfall & Hannah Hurst, both of ye par. of Bradford. (Lic.)
(1479). 1747, Oct. 13. Thomas Braithwaite, of St Sampson's par., & Lydia Theakstone, of St John's, Micklegate.
(1480). 1747, Oct. 15. Nathaniel Fligg, of ye par. of Hemingbrough, & Elizabeth Hepton, of ye par. of Bubwith. (Lic.)
(1481). 1747, Oct. 21. Benjamin Stold & Alice Grimshaw, both of Husthwaite. (Lic.)
(1482). 1747, Oct. 29. William Chapman, of Bransby, & Mary Marshall, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1483). 1747, Nov. 8. George Wrightson, of Raskelf, & Ann Morley, of Hamilton, in ye co. of York. (Lic.)
(1484). 1747, Nov. 12. Joseph Horseman, of Little Usburn, & Margaret Edson, of ye same place. (Lic.)
(1485). 1747, Nov. 17. William Gibson, of Thornton, & Mary Gibson, of ye same place. (Lic.)
(1486). 1747, Nov. 19. Thomas Chapman, of Holtby, & Mary Todd, of Stockton. (Lic.)
(1487). 1747, Nov. 24. John Stabler,* citizen of Lon don, and Ann Preston, of St Maurice's, in York. (Lic.)
* John Stabler, draper, London, son of Emanuel Stabler, merchant, sheriff of York in 1738-9, by Mary, daughter of William Redman, alderman of York.

(1488). 1747, Nov. 23 (sic) Isaac Brigham & Sarah Sherwood, both of Seaton Ross. (Lic.)
(1489). 1747, Dec. 17. Short Vickers, of Bradford, & Ann Watson, of Bingley. (Lic.)
(1490). 1747, Dec. 21. Jeremiah Briggs, of South Mil ford, and Elizabeth Bradley, of Tadcaster. (Lic.)
(1491). 1747, Dec. 29. Thomas Kible, of Sheffield, & Thomasin Kenyon, of Scarborough. (Lic.)
(1492). 1747, Dec. 30. Richrd Watson, of the chapplery of Egton, and Jane Grayson, of the chapplery of Rosedale. (Lic
(1493). 1747, Dec. 28 (sic) James Heblethwaite, of Bridlington, and Mary Johnson, of ye same place. (Lic.)
(1494). 1747-8, Jan. 3. Wm Sotheran & Elizabeth Brown, both of ye par. of All Saints, in North-street, York. (Lic.)
(1495). 1747-8, Jan. 5. Anthony Ingel, of Carlton-in Lindrick, in ye co. of Nott., & Elizabeth Tracy, of ye city of York. (Lic.)
(1496). 1747-8, Jan. 18. John Nelson, of Laytham, in ye par. of Aughton, & Prudence Hugill, of the same place.
(1497). 1747-8, Jan. 21. John Leadhall, of Wressle, and Elizabeth Horton, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1498). 1747-8, Jan. 21. William Slayton, of Berwick in-Elmet, & Mary Toppin, of ye same place. (Lic.)
(1499). 1747-8, Jan. 23. John Shepherd, of the par. of the Holy Trinity, in York, and Elizabeth Lee, of York. (Lic.)
(1500). 1747-8, Jan. 30. John Hide & Ann Hutchinson, both of Stamford Bridge. (Lic.)
(1501). 1747-8, Feb. 11. Robt Sanderson and Ann Whitwell, both of the par. of Huntington. (Lic.)
(1502). 1747-8, Feb. 14. Thos Rigg, of Shipton, in the par. of Overton, and Susanna Wilkinson, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1503). 1747-8, Feb. 25. Richard Tindall, of Whitwell, in ye par. of Cramb, & Mary Barker, of ye same place. (Lic.)
(1504). 1747-8, Feb. 29. Charles Bayley, of the par. of North Dalton, & Isabel Oxtaby, of the same par. (Lic.)
(1505). 1747-8, Mar. 10. Daniel Jones & Sarah Coten, of ye city of York. (Lic.)
(1506). 1748, Apr. 14. Thomas Turner,* of Sherburn, & Elizabeth Emmerson, of Pigburn, in the par. of Brodsworth. (Lic.)
* Thomas Turner, B.A., of St. John's College, Cambridge, was ordained deacon by the archbishop of York, 14 June, 1747, the curacy of Sherburn (W.R.) giving him a title. He was ordained priest 25 September, 1748, and licensed to the curacy of Bradford, 30 August, 1765.

(1507). 1748, Apr. 14. Thomas Watson & Elizabeth Kemp, both of Seaton Ross. (Lic.)
(1508). 1748, May 3. Willm Johnson, batchelor, & Ann Birch, spinster, both of the par. of St Saviour, in the city of York. (Lic.)
(1509). 1748, May 11. Tho. Williamson & Eliz: Dale, both of Settrington. (Lic.)
(1510). 1748, May 14. John Wait, of Wistow, & Ann Iveson, of ye par. of Brayton. (Lic.)
(1511). 1748, May 17. John Oliver, of the par. of St Lawrence, & Mary Nicholson, of the par. of All Saints, in North-street. (Lic.)
(1512). 1748, May 24. Francis Campey, of Appleton Roebuck, in the par. of Bolton Percy, and Elizabeth Hobson, of Copmanthorpe. (Lic.)
(1513). 1748, May 31. Michael Johnson, of ye par. of St Sampson, York, & Mary Ward, of Rufforth Grange.
(1514). 1748, June 4. Phi. March,* Cl., of the city of York, & Mary Benson, of the same. (Lic.)
* Philemon, son of Philemon Marsh, vintner and victualler, York (who died in 1747), by Priscilla, daughter of the Rev. John Lade, of Stillington. Ordained deacon, by the bishop of Lincoln, 27 Feb., 1742-3, priest, by the archbishop of York, 5 May, 1745, and instituted to the rectory of St. Martin's, Micklegate, the same day; on 27 November, 1751, he was instituted to the rectory of Sigston, co. York, and on 31 July, 1754, he was licensed to the curacy of Holy Trinity, Micklegate; holding these three livings until his death in 1788. He left a widow Mary, an only son Matthew, and two daughters, Mary-Jane and Elizabeth, then minors.-Mary (his 1st wife), daughter of George Benson, lord mayor of York in 1738, by his wife Hannah Coulton. Her will bears date 10 June, 1749, and was proved 2 April, 1760.

(1515). 1748, June 11. Thomas Reed, of the par. of St Michael-le-Belfrey, and Eliz: Duel, of the same par. (Lic.)
(1516). 1748, June 11. William West, of the par. of Haxey, in the co. of Lincoln, & Elizabeth Beaford, in the par. of the Holy Trinity, in King's Court, York. (Lic.)
(1517). 1748, June 14. John Leadley, of Beedale, & Ann Harrison, of St Hellen, in York. (Lic.)
(1518). 1748, June 14. Thomas Edson & Ann Elston, both of ye par. of St Micael Belfrey, in York. (Lic.)
(1519). 1748, June 17. Richard Ellerbeck, Junr, of Newton, & Jane Ellis, of Tadcaster. (Lic.)
(1520). 1748, June 25. The Revd. Mr. William Berdmore,* rector of St Crux, in the city of York, & Mary Herring, of the same city. (Lic. from D' Herring.)
* For some account of the Rev. William Berdmore, canon residentiary of York, who died in 1784, See The Register of Burials in York Minster, No. 226.-Mary, daughter of the Rev. William Herring, LL.D., chancellor of the diocese of York, and a canon residentiary.

(1521). 1748, July 5. Thomas Lund, of Gilling, & Isabel Milburn, of Raskelf. (Lic.)
(1522). 1748, July 20. Joseph Stoakes, of Beverley, and Margaret Furman, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1523). 1748, Aug. 3. John Ballans of Wistow, and Mary Ambler, of ye same place. (Lic).
(1524). 1748, Aug. 18. Frans. Bothwick, of Kingston upon-Hull, & Priscilla Horner of ye same. (Lic.)
(1525). 1748, Aug. 18. William Windle, of Ripon, & Elizabeth Yealle, of Bishop Auckland. (Lic.)
(1526). 1748, Aug. 18. Elijah Sugden, of Leeds, & Elizabeth Shaw, of Marton wth Grafton. (Lic.)
(1527). 1748, Aug. 29. John Pearson, of Ackworth, & Hannah Battison, of Sharlston. (Lic.)
(1528). 1748, Sept. 1. William Ramsden, of ye par. of St. Martin, in Coney-street, & Elizabeth Smeeton, of St Trinity's, in Goodramgate, York. (Lic.)
(1529). 1748, Aug. 25 (sic) Bowrchier Walker,* of Helperby, gentleman, & Ann Boreham, of ye Beddern, in York. (Lic.)
* Bourchier Walker, gent., born about 1708, appears to have died at Ripon in 1768-9.-Ann, only daughter of James Boreham, the elder, chamberlain of York in 1725, who died at Helperby about 1749.

(1530). 1748, Sept. 9. John Morris, of Rawcliffe, in the par. of Snaith, & Mary Blaker, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1531). 1748, Sept. 13. David Cheap, of the city of York, Esqr, and Ann Brown, of the city of Edenburg, widow. (Lic.)
(1532). 1748, Sept. 20. Thomas Coopland, of Oulston, in ye par. of Coxwold, & Isabel Hobson, of ye par. of Bossall. (Lic.)
(1533). 1748, Sept. 22. William Brooks, of Barton-in the-street, & Ann Wharton, of the par. of Whitby. (Lic.)
(1534). 1748, Sept. 28. William Forster, of the par. of St Mary, in Hull, and Elisabeth Frank, of Coxwold. (Lic.)
(1535). 1748, Sept. 25 (sic) Leonard Cecil, of Cawood, & Mary Hornby, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1536). 1748, Sept. 29. James Nares,* of the city of York, & Jane Pease, of the same. (Lic.)
* James Nares, Mus. Doct, the eminent musician and composer, eldest son of Mr. Nares, steward to the earl of Abingdon. Born at Hanwell, co. Middlesex, in 1715; organist of York Minster from 1734 to 1756; afterwards organist of the Chapel Royal, St. James's ; died, in Great St. James's-street, Westminster, 10 Feb., 1783. His son, Robert Nares, F.S.A., prebendary of Lichfield, archdeacon of Stafford and librarian of the MS. department of the British Museum, was born at York, 9 June, 1753, and died, in London, 23 March, 1829. Sir George Nares, Knt., younger brother of the above Dr. James Nares, was appointed one of the judges of the Common Pleas in 1771, and died in 1786.

(1537). 1748, Oct. 1. William Kirkby, of Selby, & Ann Brown, of Cawood. (Lic.)
(1538). 1748, Oct. 3. John Murray, of the city of York, Esqr, & Dame Bridget Wentworth,* of the city & diocess of York. (Lic.)
* Bridget, only daughter of Sir Ralph Milbanke, Bart., of Halnaby, by his first wife Elizabeth Darcy, eldest sinter of Robert, earl of Holderness. -he married, first, in March, 1731, Sir Butler-Cavendish Wentworth, Bart., of Howsham, who died without issue in 1741 ; and, secondly (ut supra), John Murray, Esq. Lady Murray died in 1772.

(1539). 1748, Oct. 28. William Store,* of Aughton, clerk, & Ann Holborn, of the same, spinster. (Lic.)
* Eldest son of the Rev. William Store, of Aughton, who died in 1746-7. Ordained deacon, by the bishop of Chester, 1 June, 1735, priest, by the same, 19 Dec., 1736, and admitted to the curacies of Aughton and East Cottingwith, co. York, 17 Oct., 1744. He was licensed to the curacy of Ellerton, 11 August, 1748, and died, intestate, in 1753, leaving a widow Ann.

(1540). 1748, Nov. 15. John Spetch, of Ulskelf, & Mary Green, of Kirkby Wharfe. (Lic.)
(1541). 1748, Nov. 15. Wm Fletcher, of Grimston, & Ann Gatenby, of Ripon. (Lic.)
(1542). 1748, Oct. 6 (sic) Joseph Halfpenny,* of the par. of Loundsbrougb, and Mary Gibson, of the city of York. (Lic.)
* Joseph Halfpenny, of Easthorpe, in the parish of Londesbrough, yeoman, born about 1722 (the son, it is probable, of Joseph Halfpenny, of the same place, yeoman), whose will bears date 27 May, 1763, and was proved 6 June, 1755. In the marriage license, dated 6 Oct., 1748, his wife is described as Mary Gibson, of the parish of Aughton, spinster, aged 22; and bond is entered by Joseph Halfpenny, of Easthorpe, yeoman, who may have been the bridegroom's father.

That Joseph Halfpenny, of York, the well known artist, author of "Gothic Ornaments" and " Fragmenta Vetusta," was of this family, can scarcely be doubted, but 1 have failed to discover any proof of his parentage. Hargrove, in his History of, York (vol. 11., p. 599), says that " his father was gardener to the archbishop of York," and that he was born at bishopthorpe on the 9th of October, 1748. The Registers of that parish do not, however, contain any entry of his baptism either in that year or the following one. To Hargrove's account of Mr. Halfpenny. I may add that he was apprenticed to Thomas Chapman, painter, York, and admitted to the freedom of the city in 1770 ; that his first wife Jane, was buried at St. Mary's, Castlegate, 3 Nov., 1784, aet. 34 ; that his second wife, Frances-Maria Barrett (whom he married in July, 1786), died about 1801 ; and that he left at his decease in 1811 two daughters, Margaret and Charlotte Halfpenny.

(1543). 1748, Nov. 21. Revr. Mr. Thomas Stauley,* rector of Winwicke, in Lancashire, and Betty Shaw, of the city of York. (Lic.)
* Thomas Stanley, D. D., second son of Thomas Stanley, Esq., of Cross Hall, Co. Lane., by Catherine, daughter of Anthony Parker, Esq., of Bradkirk, in the same county. Christened 2 January, 1717; buried at Ormskirk 30 June, 1764.-Betty, daughter and coheiress (with her sister Margaret) of John Shaw, Esq , of York, lord of the manor of Bainton, in the East Riding, who died in 1702. Their daughter, Catherine Stanley, married, in 1803, J. B. S. Morritt, Esq., of Rokeby Park, high sheriff in 1806, but had no issue by him.

(1544). 1748, Nov. 24. Thomas Husthwaite & Mary Morrell, both of Thirkleby. (Lic.)
(1545). 1748, Dec. 1. William Tate, of ye par. of Berwick-in-Elmett, & Elizabeth Danby, of ye city of York. (Lic.)
(1546). 1748, Dec. 9. Jonathan Lawton, of Newbuilding, in the par. of Sutton, and Ann Clarkson, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1547). 1748, Dec. 20. Thos Boston, of Bentley, in the par. of Arksey, and Elizabeth Hattersley, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1548). 1748, Dec. 15 (sic) Garratt Finglah, of Rawcliffe, in ye par. of Snaith, & Isabel Dobson, of Woodlesford, in ye par. of Rothwell. (Lic.)
(1549). 1748-9, Jan. 1. Geo. Brooke, of Wakefield, grocer, & Martha Bradbury, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1550). 1748-9, Jan. 3. Richd. Monckton, of ye par. of St Michael-Belfreys, in ye city of York, and Martha Tinkler, of the par. of St Martin's, Coney-street. (Lic.)
(1551). 1748-9, Jan. 4. John Agar, of Pocklington, & Ann Balderson, of ye same place. (Lic.)
(1552). 1748-9, Jan. 5. Mr. Randall Willmer,* of Staples Inn, London, & Mrs. Jane Suger, of the city of York. (Lic.)
* Randall, second son of Randall Wilmer, Esq., of York (by his first wife Sarah, daughter of John Stainforth, of the same city, gent.), and brother of George Wilmer, Esq., lord of the manor of Upper Helmsley (see Nos. 911, 1589). Will dated 22 Aug., 1758 [Proved 17 May, 1762]. He left two daughters and coheiresses, Ann, born about 1750, who married, in 1770, her cousin, Wilmer Gossip, Esq., of Thorp-arch, and died without issue; and Mary, who was living in 1764, and then aged twelve years.-Jane, second daughter of Nicholas Suger, of York, gent., brother of the Rev. Zachary Suger, vicar of Feliskirk, who has been previously mentioned (see No. 299, antea). Her brother, Zachary Suger, rector of St. Cuthbert's, York, performed the marriage ceremony.
(1553). 1748-9, Jan. 22. Geo. Emerson, of Kirkby Misperton, and Eliz: Ellerby, of ye same place. (Lic.)
(1554). 1748-9, Jan. 26. William Ellin, of Cridling Park, in ye par. of Darrington, & Sarah Lake, of Methley. (Lic.)
(1555). 1748-9, Jan. 31. Matthew Fowler & Elizabeth Archer, both of Dunnington. (Lic.)
(1556). 1748-9, Feb. 20. Thomas Holtby and Jane Holtby, of Fimber, in the par. of Wetwang. (Lic.)
(1557). 1748-9, March 7. Lawrence Holden, of Bolton (Lancaster), & Sarah Slack, of South Kirkby. (Lic.)
(1558). 1748-9, Mar. 8. Thomas Walker, of Ryther, & Mary Smith, of Pottering ton (Potterton), in the par. of Barwick-in-Elmet. (Lic.)
(1559). 1748-9, Mar. 14. John Wilkinson, of the chapelry of Stockton, & Sarah Cade, of Gate Helmsley. (Lic.)
(1560). 1748-9, Mar. 21. William Cobb, of Brink, in the par. of Coxwold, and Mary Maynard, of Wass, in the par. of Kilburne. (Lic.)
(1561). 1748-9, Mar. 23. Thos. Falkingham, of Little Usburn par., & Mary Hebden, of Aldbrough par. (Lic.)
(1562). 1748-9, Mar. 23. Richd. Mason, of Seaton Ross, & Eliz: Wade, of the same place. (Lic.)

A Register of those persons that have been married in the Cathedrall and Metropoliticall Church of St Peter's, in York, since March 25th, 1749. Timothy Mortimer, Clarke of the vestry.


(1563). 1749, Mar. 27. William Preston, of Ampleford, and Betty Mann. (Lic.)
(1564). 1749, Mar. 27. Daniel Gilson, of Sutton, in the par. of Brotherton, & Mary Turner, of Burton, in the par. of Monk Friston. (Lic.)
(1565). 1749, Mar. 27. Francis Chapman, of Strensal, & Mary Harpur, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1566). 1749, Apr. 6. The Revd. Mr. (Blank) Fisher,* of Bolton upon-Dearne, and Jane Thurnam, of Coxwold. (Lic.)

* Robert Fisher was ordained deacon at Bishopthorpe, 20 May, 1744, the curacy of Carlton Husthwaite giving him a title. On 22 Sept., 1745, he was ordained priest at York, and licensed to serve the cure of Barnborough. On 7 Jan., 1745-6, he was admitted to the curacy of Bolton-upon-Dearne, which he resigned in December, 1709. On 13 April, 1747, he was appointed curate of Hickleton, and on 14 June, 1770, he was instituted to the vicarage of Darton, which he held until his death in August, 1790. Will dated 24 December, 1788 [Pro. 20 Nov., 1790, by his daughter Elizabeth Cooper, widow].

(1567). 1749, Apr. 14. Edward Fox, of Roucliff, and Alice Torqooze, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1568). 1749, Apr. 30. Christopher Powell, of Rufforth Grange, & Sarah Ward, of ye same place. (Lic.)
(1569). 1749, May 1. Joseph West, of Wellburne, in the par. of Bulmer, & Ann Wise, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1570). 1749, May 11. William Bland, of Easingwold, & Priscilla Roecliffe, of Marton. (Lic.)
(1571). 1749, May 14. William Smallwood, of the city of York, Gentn. and Ann Taylor, of the par. of St Michael-le-Belfrey. (Lic.)
(1572). 1749, May 26. Wm. Best & Jane Pelf, both of Cottingham. (Lic.)
(1573). 1749, June 5. William George Nicholson,* of Cawood, & Sarah Smith, of the same place. (Lic.)
* William George Nicholson, of Cawood, gent., son of William Nicholson, of the same place (see No. 1086, antea). He was one of the city chamberlains in 1770. In his will, dated 13 Aug., 1775 [Prov. 10 Jan., 1780], he mentions his wife Sarah, his sons, Lucas, Smith, Nicholas, and Matthew Nicholson, and his daughters, Sarah, Elizabeth, Anne, and Mary.-Sarah, sister of Nicholas Smith, of Leeds, gent.

(1574). 1749, July 6. John Hodgson, of the par. of St Mary, in Castlegate, in ye city of York, and Mary Todd, of ye par. of St Wilfrid's, in the same city. (Lic.)
(1575). 1749, July 12. Thomas Tenant, of Skipton, and Elizabeth Sugden, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1576). 1749, July 25. Timothy Walker, of Knottingley, in the par. of Pontefract, and Susannah Marshal, of Haddlesey, in the par. of Birkin. (Lic.)
(1577). 1749, July 29. John Hood, of the city of York, & Mary Whitehoak (?), of the par. of St Sampson, in the said city. (Lic.)
(1578). 1749, Aug. 2. John Carrack, of Appleton Roe buck, & Jane Pick, of the same. (Lic.)
(1579). 1749, Aug. 5. William Ellis, of Howden, and Jane Cawton, of the par. of St Mary's, Castlegate, in the city of York. (Lic.)
(1580). 1749, Aug. 9. George Mason & Susanna Sunley, both of Hemsley. (Lic.)
(1581). 1749, Aug. 10. William Nicholson, of Wass, in the par. of Kilburn, and Ellen Huggans, of Upsall. (Lic.)
(1582). 1749, Aug. 13. William Harker, of Kilburne, and Esther Burton, of the par. of Feliskirke. (Lic.)
(1583). 1749, Aug. 21. Robt. Quarton, of Skipwith, & Mary Sothern, of Morton. (Lic.)
(1584). 1749, Aug. 29. Benjamin Driffield, of the par. of St Saviour's, Southwark, in the co. of Middlesex (sic), and Mary Preston, of the par. of St Maurice, in the city of York. (Lic.)
(1585). 1749, Sept. 14. Thomas Tyas, of Bolton-upon-Dern, and Sarah Smith, of Doncaster. (Lic.)
(1586). 1749, Sept. 16. Michael Cundall, of the par. of St Sampson's, & Mary Godson, of the same par. (Lic.)
(1587). 1749, Oct. 3. Marmaduke Martin, of Wood house, in ye par. of Leeds, and Mary Powel, of the same par. (Lic.)
(1588). 1749, Oct. 19. William Spaven, of Whitwell, in ye par. of Cramb, and Elizabeth Tindal, of Huttons [Ambo]. (Lic.)
(1589). 1749, Oct. 26. Mr. (Blank) Nelthrop* and Mrs. Lucy Wilmer, of [the] city of York. (Lic.)
* James Nelthorpe, Esq., lord of the manors of Seacroft, co. York, and Countes-bridge, co. Essex, son of George Nelthorpe, Esq, of the former place.

Born about 1719; died without issue in 1768. Will dated 3 March, 1768, "to be decently and privately interred in the church-yard of Whitkirk, in the same grave, or as near as may be unto my late dear wife, and to be attended by all my tenants at Seacroft." He bequeaths his manor of Seacroft to his brother George Nelthorpe, who died, at Bawtry, without issue, in 1783. His only sister Mary, married at Whitkirk, 26 Feb., 1719-50, Farrer Wren, Esq., of Binchester, co. Durham, by whom she had a daughter Mary, who became the wife of John Lyon, Esq., and to whom her uncle, George Nelthorpe, bequeathed "all the family pictures in my house at Seacroft."-Lucy, daughter and coheiress of George Wilmer, Esq., of York and Helmsley, and niece of Randall Wilmer, Esq. (See Nos. 911, 1552).

(1590). 1749, Oct. 26. Samuel Wormald* and Ann Bigland, of the city of York. (Lic.)
* Samuel Wormald, tanner and timber-merchant, chamberlain in 1765 and sheriff in 1767-8, died 22 Feb.,1785.-Ann, one of the three daughters of Joseph Bigland, carrier, York. She died 10 Nov., 1801.-Their son Samuel Wormald, lord mayor of York in 1809, married in 1777, Ann, daughter of Edward Smith, Esq., of Cawood Castle, by whom he had a son John Wormald, sheriff in 1820-1, who died at Fulford House, near York, in 1848, aged 65.

(1591). 1749, Nov. 9. Richard Carr, of Hunsingore, in the co. of York, & Elizabeth Abbey, of Bilton, in the same co. (Lic,)
(1592). 1749, Nov. 12. Thos. Lowther, of Aselby, in the par. of Howden, and Mary Cook, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1593). 1749, Nov. 13. John Brewerton, of Harwood, & Ann Parker, of the same. (Lic.)
(1594). 1749, Nov. 23. Wm. Lofthouse & Eliz. Elsworth, both of ye par. of Campsall. (Lic.)
(1595). 1749, Nov. 28. Thomas Barker and Mary Webster, both of the par. of Bubwith. (Lic.)
(1596). 1749, Dec. 4. William Langstaff,* clerk, vicar of Marsk, and Mary Weddell, of Bubwith. (Lic.)
* Son of the Rev. John Langstaffe, vicar of Marske. Ordained deacon, by the archbishop of York, 21 Sept., 1746, and priest, by the same, 25 Sept., 1748. On 14 Oct., 1749, he was instituted to the vicarage of Marske and admitted to the curacy of Wilton, which benefices he held until his death in 1790.-Mary, daughter of Thomas Weddell, of Bubwith, corn-factor. Born about 1730; survived her husband.

(1597). 1749, Dec. 6. Tho. Stephenson, of ye par. of Bp Wilton, & Frances Wilson, of Loundsbourough. (Lic.)
(1598). 1749, Dec. 7. George Peacock, of Elmer, in the par. of Topcliffe, and Elizabeth Braithwaite, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1599). 1749, Dec. 8. Joshua Taylor, of Manchester, in ye co. of Lancaster, & Mary Hill, of Kingston upon Hull. (Lic. )
(1600). 1749, Dec. 19. Robert Waite & Mary Linwood of the Minster Yard. (Lic.)
(1601). 1749, Dec. 19. Benjamin Shaw, of Cayton, & Lucy Mitchell, of ye par. of Acklam. (Lic.)
(1602). 1749, Oct. 12 (sic) Richd. Ayrton,* of Leeds, Gentn. and Mary Fenton, of the par. of Rothwell. (Lic.)
* Richard, son of Richard Ayrton, of Armley, near Leeds, gent. Died s. p. at New Malton in 1791-2.-Mary. daughter of James Fenton, of the Glass House, in the parish of Rothwell, gent. Died at Malton. Will dated 7 May, 1793, proved in May, 1797.

(1603). 1749, Dec. 26. James Barwick, of Husthwait, and Mary Elmer, of Boroughbridge, in the par. of Aldbrough. (Lic.)
(1604). 1749, Dec. 31. Joseph Hodge & Anne Kemp, both of Market Weighton. (Lic.)
(1605). 1749-50, Jan. 6. Henry Thorp & Elizabeth Gill, both of Marston. (Lic.)
(1606). 1749-50, Jan. 13. John Richardson & Ann Harrison, both of Bishop Wilton. (Lic.)
(1607). 1749-50, Jan. 13. Henry Brown & Sarah Brownbridge, both of Ellerton. (.Lic.)
(1608). 1749-50, Jan. 20. William Joy, of Whitby, and Mary Ellis, of Strensall. (Lic.)
(1609). 1749-50, Jan. 20. Robert Carr & Christian Taylor, both of ye Beddern, in York. (Lic.)
(1610). 1749-50, Jan. 22. John Baker, of New Malton, & Mary Cole, of Fimber. (Lic.)
(1611). 1749-50, Jan. 27. Thomas Davies,* of the city of York, and Susanna Garrow, of the city aforesaid. (Lic.)
* Thomas Davies, comedian, born about 1714.

(1612). 1749-50, Feb. 2. Thomas Walker, of the par. of St Michael Belfrey's, and Mary Thompson, of the par. of St Mary, Bishophill, the younger. (Lic.)
(1613). 1749-50, Feb. 15. Robert Swann & Margaret Wass, both of Bridlington. (Lic.)
(1614). 1749-50, Feb. 24. Wm Simpson & Hannah Crake, both of Ellerton. (Lic.)
(1615). 1749-50, Mar. 1. Thos. Tasker, of Tadcaster, & Eliz: Harrison, of the par. of Saxton. (Lic.)
(1616). 1749-50, Mar. 5. Joseph Bell, of Beverley, and Charlotte Barling Grantham, of the city of York. (Lic.)
(1617). 1749-50, Mar. 6. John Ellerby, of Terrington, & Rachell Pilmoor, of ye same place. (Lic.)
(1618). 1749-50, Mar. 12. John Burton, of Langtoft, and Ann Balland, of New Malton. (Lic.)
(1619). 1749-50, Mar. 13. George Wright, of Linton upon Ouse, in the par. of Newton upon Ouse, and Ann Powell, of Bilton, in the co. and city of York. (Lic.)
(1620). 1749-50, Mar. 16. Thomas Cawood, of Hunsingore, & Elizabeth Wilson, of Bilton. (Lic.)
(1621). 1749-50, Mar. 21. Christopher Robinson and Jane Swaine, both of St Martin's, Coney-street. (Lic.)
(1622). 1750, May 7. William Johnson, of Crake, in the co. of Durham, & Elizabeth Wiley, of Stillington. (Lic.)
(1623). 1750, May 9. John Haxup, of Garforth, & Elizabeth Smith, of ye same place. (Lic.)
(1624). 1750, May 9. John Batty, of Shipton, and Elizabeth Dixon, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1625). 1750, May 29. John Spence, of Knaresbrough, & Mary Pullen, of Spofforth Haggs, in ye par. of Spofforth. (Lic.)
(1626). 1750, May 31. Thos. Harrison, of Barnby Marsh, in ye par. of Howden, and Ann Maynard, of Bubwith. (Lic.)
(1627). 1750, June 4. William Crookshanks and Jemimah Nicholson, of the par. of St Sampson's, York. (Lic.)
(1628). 1750, June 16. Henry Trippet & Elizabeth Young of Stillingfleet. (Lic.)
(1629). 1750, June 19. William Topham,* of Leeds, merchant, & Elizabeth Preston, of ye same. (Lic.)
* Probably William, son of Christopher Topham, cloth-worker, Leeds, who died in 1743.

(1630). 1750, June 18 (sic) Hubbert Woodhouse, of Gainsbro', in ye co. of Lincoln, and Miss Ann Wyndlow,* of the par. of St. Michael-le-Belfrey. (Lic.)
* Ann, daughter of James Wynidlow, of York, gent. She had a marriage portion of 2,000. See No. 1717, postea.

(1631). 1750, June 21. John Gray, of Sowerby, in ye par. of Thirsk, and Jane Seaber, of ye same place. (Lic.)
(1632). 1750, June 25. Thos. Kirk, of Helperby, and Margaret Kettlewell, of the par. of Aldbrough. (Lic.)
(1633). 1750, July 3. Willm Sturdy, of Kilburne, and Mary Scarr, of Carlton Husthwait. (Lic.)
(1634). 1750, July 6. John Parkin, of St John, Wapping, in ye co. of Middlesex, & Ann Fisher, of Whitby. (Lic.)
(1635). 1750, July 9. Francis Parker, of Newton-upon-Ouze, & Ann Wilson, of Shipton, in ye par. of Overton. (Lic.)
(1636). 1750, July 12. William Wilson & Mary Terry, both of Hessle. (Lic.)
(1637). 1750, July 14. Thomas Hawksworth, of Hall Green, in the par. of Sandall, & Sarah Green, of Woodhouse, in the par. of Normanton. (Lic.)
(1638). 1750, July 16. John Wheatcroft, of North Cave, & Jane Wilson, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1639). 1750, July 23. Richard Townson, of New Malton, and Ann Marshall, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1640). 1750, July 29. John Booth, of the city of London, and Ellinor Simpson, of Houghton-le-Side, in the co. of Durham. (Lic.)
(1641). 1750, Aug. 6. Richard Russel, of Barmston, & Mary Boynton, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1642). 1750, Aug. 16. Robert Dowker, of Salton, and Elizabeth Robinson, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1643). 1750, Aug. 21. Richard Bennison, of Wrestle, and Catherine Ellis, of Knottingley. (Lic.)
(1644). 1750, Aug. 24. Robert Johnson, of Whitby, and Ann Northouse, of Swillington. (Lic.)
(1645). 1750, Aug. 26. Joseph Walker & Elizabeth Cowper, both of ye city of York. (Lic.)
(1646). 1750, Aug. 24 (sic) John Leak, of Skelton, and Ann Yates, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1647). 1750, Aug. 25. Ar: Chas Stanhope,* Esq., of Mansfield, in the Co. of Nott., and Margt Headlam, of York. (Lic.)
* Arthur-Charles, eldest son of Michael Stanhope, D.D., canon of Windsor (great grandson of Philip, first earl of Chesterfield), by Penelope, daughter of Salathiel Lovell, Knt., one of the barons of the exchequer. Married, first, in 1740, Mary, daughter of St. Andrew Thornhaugh, Esq., of Osberton, Co. Notts, by whom he had no issue ; secondly (ut supra), Margaret, third daughter and coheiress of Charles Headlam, Esq., of Kexby, co. York (by Bridget, daughter of the Rev. Thomas Mosley, rector of St. Olave's, York). She was born in 1731, and died in January, 1764, leaving two children, Philip (baptized at St. Mary's, Castlegate, 28 Aug., 1751 ?), who succeeded as fifth earl of Chesterfield in 1773, and died in 1315, and Margaret, who married, in 1776, William Smelt, Esq., of York (son of William Smelt, Esq., of Richmond, and Ursula, his wife), by-whom she had issue. Philip-Stanhope Smelt, born 30 Sept., 1777, and buried at St. Mary's, Castlegate, in the following month, and Maria, who was born in the same parish, 7 Aug., 1779. Mr. Stanhope married, thirdly, Frances Broad, and died in March. 1770. In his will, dated 16 Nov., 1765, he desires "to be buried at Shelford, as near my late wives as may be." His widow remarried, in April, 1782, the Rev. Thomas Bigsby.

(1648). 1750, Sept. 9. William Hawkesworth and Jane Brown, in the Minster Yard. (Lic.)
(1649). 1750, Oct. 1. Christopher Topham, of Beeston, in the par. of Leeds, and Mary Tireman, of the par. of St Hellen's. (Lic.)
(1650). 1750, Oct. 8. John Raper,* of the city of York, and Ann Lamplugh, of the same place. (Lic.)
* John, eldest son of John Raper, alderman of York, by his wife, Margaret Wate (see No. 610 antea). Baptized at St. Michael's-le-Belfrey, 30 Dec., 1724; elected town-clerk of York 18 Dec., 1749, vice D'Arcy Preston, deceased. This office he resigned in November, 1781, and afterwards became a banker. 111r. Raper died at Aberford 24 Nov., 1786, and was buried there-Ann, fourth daughter of the Rev. Thomas Lamplugh, rector of Bolton Percy, and canon-residentiary of York. Baptized in the Minster 5 Nov., 1729; died at Aberford 17 July, 1783. Their only surviving son, John Raper, Esq, was father of the late John Lamplugh-Lamplugh Raper, Esq., of Lamplugh and Lotherton.

(1651). 1750, Oct. 15. George Stephenson, of Acomb, and Jane Story, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1652). 1750, Oct. 18. Joseph Smith, of Wath, & Sarah Bridges, of Swinton. (Lic.)
(1653). 1750, Oct. 24. Barnard Abbot, of Swillington, & Sarah Clark, of the same.
(1654). 1750, Oct. 30. John Haram, of ye par. of Eastrington, & Mary Lawton, of ye same par. (Lic.)
(1655). 1750, Nov. 13. Richard Beacroft, of Helmly (sic) Blackmore, and Frances Farnell, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1656). 1750, Nov. 20. Matthew Holmes, of Rigton, in the par. of Kirkby Overblows, and Mary Whitaker, of Stutton, in the par. of Tadcaster. (Lic.)
(1657). 1750, Nov. 22. George Thompson,* Esqr, & Miss Martha Lowther, both of ye city of York. (Lic.)
* George Thompson, wine merchant, son of Richard Thompson, of York and Sheriff Hutton, lord mayor in 1708 and 1721, by his second wife Catherine, daughter of Joseph Storr, of Hilston, co. York. Born in 1717 ; died at Bridlington Quay, about 1775.-Martha, daughter of Christopher and Elizabeth Lowther, of Little Preston, co. York (grand-parents of the first earl of Lonsdale). She was living in 1775. Their grandson, George-Lowther Thompson, who succeeded to Sheriff Hutton it, 1815, and died in 1841, was father of Leonard Thompson, Esq., the present owner of that estate. For some account of the fracas between the above. " George Thompson, Esq.," and Dr. John Burton, See "A memoir of John Burton, M.D., F.S.A., by Robert Davies, F.S.A.," in the 2nd volume of this Journal.

(1658). 1750, Nov. 27. Lancelot Thorpe, of Welham, in the par. of Norton, and Ketura (?) Simpson, of ye same place. (Lic.)
(1659). 1750, Dec. 11. Ralph Rymer, of West Cotting with, in the par. of Thornganby, and Sarah Burrell, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1660). 1750, Dec. 16. John Clarke, of Cawood, & Eliz: Smith, of ye same place. (Lic.)
(1661). 1750, Dec. 22. John Hobson, of Copmanthorpe, and Anne Sawyer, of Nun Monckton. (Lic.)
(1662). 1750-1, Feb. 4. Robert King, of Sledmere, and Frances Harper, of ye same place. (Lic.)
(1663). 1750-1, Feb. 19. Cuthbert Joy, of Sherburn, & Elizabeth Tinsdale, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1664). 1750-1, Mar. 2. George Lund, of Tollerton, and Ellen Metcalfe, of Linton-in-ye-Woods, in ye par. of Newton upon-Ouse. (Lic.)
(1665). 1750-1, Mar. 7. John Ingham, of Addle, & Ellinor Corlas, of Leeds. (Lic.)
(1666). 1750-1, Mar. 12. John Nowlson, of Cawton, & Mary Barker, of Nawton. (Lic.)
(1667). 1750-1, Mar. 14. Richd. Cass, of Helmsley Blackamoor, and Margaret Barker, of the par. of Kirkdale. (Lic.)
(1668). 1750-1, Mar. 19. John Adams and Ann John son, both of Riccal. (Lic.)
(1669). 1750-1, Mar. 21. George Cook, of Seaton Ross, & Mary Halley, of Bubwith. (Lic.)
(1670). 1751, Apr. 8. Henry Smith, of Goole, in the par. of Snaith, & Hannah Long, of Nun Monkton. (Lic.)
(1671). 1751, Apr. 8. John Campsall, of Sykehouse, in ye par. of Fishlake, and Ann Roberts, of ye same place. (Lic.)
(1672). 1751, Apr. 10. Robert Robinson, of Manchester, in ye co. of Lancaster, & Mary Pease, of ye par. of St Mary, in Kingston-upon-Hull. (Lic.)
(1673). 1751, Apr. 17. John Billam, of Maltby, & Christiana Robinson, of Tickhill. (Lic.)
(1674). 1751, Apr. 19. Wm. Dawson, of the par. of Barwick-in-Elmet, and Margaret Cussons, of the par. [of] Wistow. (Lic.)
(1675). 1751, Apr. 20. George Plummer, of Thormanby, & Rebecca Driffield, of Easingwold. (Lic.)
(1676). 1751, Mar. 30 (sic) Samuel Harrison & Ann Quarton, both of ye par. of Bishop Wilton. (Lic.)
(1677). 1751, Apr. 24. Robert Long, of Knottingley, in the par. of Pontefract, & Mary Hindson, of Carlton, in the par. of Snaith. (Lic.)
(1678). 1751, May 5. John Wheelhouse, of Linton, & Magdalen Twiselden, of ye same par. (Lic.)
(1679). 1751, May 7. Jeremiah Pickering, of Habton, in ye par. of Kirkby Misperton, & Ann Harrison, of the par. of Settrington. (Lic.)
(1680). 1751, May 9. John Hardwick & Mary Eccles, both of Pickering. (Lic.)
(1681). 1751, May 9. Giles Marshall and Grace Armstrong, both of Cawood. (Lic.)
(1682). 1751, May 12. John Lee, of the par. of the Holy Trinity, in Micklegate, in the city of York, and Margaret Darnbrough, of the same par. (Lic.)
(1683). 1751, May 23. George Walker, of Westow, and Grace Johnson, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1684). 1751, May 27. Joseph Doughty,* of the par. of St. Peter the Little, in the city of York, and Ann Hood, of ye said city. (Lic.)
* Joseph Doughty, woollen-draper, Peter-Lane.

(1685). 1751, June 8. John Bucktrout, of Horsforth, & Isabel Dunwell, of Lindley. (Lic.)
(1686). 1751, June 16. Robert Beckett, of Anlaby, in the par. of Hesle, and Elizabeth Tibb, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1687). 1751, June 17. William Ingle, of Kipax, and Mary Weatherill, of Thorner. (Lic.)
(1688). 1751, July 1. Thomas Cook, of Garton, in Holderness, and Deborah Thomlinson, of ye same place. (Lic.)
(1689). 1751, July 1. Jonathan Belk, of ye par. of St Crux, in this city, and Dorothy Swan, of the same par.
(1690). 1751, July 15. John Summerton, of Skipwith, & Elizabeth Kirk, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1691). 1751, July 29. John Campbell, of ye par. of St Crux, and Mary Harrison, of ye par. of St Mary, Bishophill. (Lic.)
(1692). 1751, July 30. George Ward, of the par. of St. Martin, in Coney-street, in the city of York, and Margaret Blyth, of Helperby, in the par. of Brafferton. (Lic.)
(1693). 1751, Aug. 6. Willm. Ware, of Thornton, & Mary Walker, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1694). 1751, Aug. 6. Henry Pullein, of Ingmanthorp, in the par. of Kirk Deighton, and Susanna Clarke, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1695). 1751, Aug. 11. John Scales, of the Minster Yard, and Elizabeth Clarkson, of the par. of St Sampson, in the city of York. (Lic.)
(1696). 1751, Aug. 20. Jeremiah Coultas,* of New Malton, gentleman, and Dorothy Lister, of the same place. (Lic.)
* Jeremiah Coultas, a lieutenant on board his Majesty's man-of-war, The Humber, died at Scarbrough in 1755-6, leaving a widow Dorothy.

(1697). 1751, Aug. 21. William Rhodes, of Leeds, and Ann Caygill,* of St Crux, in ye city of York. (Lic.)
* Ann, daughter of Matthew Caygill, dyer, York, and sister of Jane, wife of John Hodgson. (See No. 1832, postea.)

(1698). 1751, Aug. 22. Ignatius Hide, of Clown, in the co. of Derby, yeoman, and Rosamond Raper, of Marton-on-the-Moor, in the diocese of York. (Lic.)
(1699). 1751, Aug. 22. Joseph Hobson, of Copmanthorpe, and Jane Benson, of Great Usburne. (Lic.)
(1700). 1751, Sept. 1. Michael Graveley, of Berwick-in-Elmet, & Mary Addindale, of Wighill. (Lic.)
(1701). 1751, Aug. 29. John Bacon* & Judeth Harrison, both of Selby, in the co. of York. (Lic.)
* John Bacon, timber-merchant, died at Selby 1 April, 1756, aged 72, leaving a widow Judith, and five children, John, Henry, William, Francis, and Hannah. Of the sons, John, the eldest, died in 1762; William became an alderman of Newcastle on-Tyne, and died in 1796; the youngest son, Francis Bacon, apothecary, York, was lord mayor of that city in 1764 and 1777, and died 9 Oct., 1798, aged 76, leaving, with other issue, a daughter Judith, the wife of John Croft, F. S. A., of York. she died in 1824, and was buried in The Minster.-Judith Harrison was probably the third wife of Mr. Bacon. His first wife Hannah, died in 1719, and his second wife, the mother of Francis, was living in 1722.-John Bacon, the timber-merchant, had a brother Michael, who was father of the Rev. Michael Bacon, D.D., vicar of Wakefield from 1764 to 1805.

(1702). 1751, Aug. 22 (sic) Roger Voyer, of the city of London, linen-draper, and Mary Woolfe, of the par. of St Helen, in the city of York. (Lic.)
(1703). 1751, Aug. 22. John Ness, of Blansby Park, in the par. of Pickering, and Isabel Boreman, of West Sutton, in the par. of Weaverthorpe. (Lic.)
(1704). 1751, Aug. 22. John Linwood & Jane Linton, both of Market Weighton. (Lic.)
(1705). 1751, Sept. 9. William Robinson, of Wawne, and Jane Beharrell, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1706). 1751, Sept. 16. James English, of Ribstone, in the par. of Spofforth, and Eliz: Tipling, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1707). 1751, Sept. 25. Ralph Hawksworth, of ye par. of St Martin's, in Coney-street, in ye city of York, and Eliz: Cass, of St Michael Belfrey, in ye same city. (Lic.)
(1708). 1751, Sept. 28. John Heptonstall, of Monk Fryston, and Ann Browne, of Cawood. (Lic.)
(1709). 1751, Oct. 1. John Savage, of Gristhorpe (Gribthorpe ?), in the par. of Bubwith, & Mary Kirlew, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1710). 1751, Oct. 5. Thomas Middleton, of Disforth, in the par. of Topclif, and Mary Deighton, of Coxwold. (Lic.)
(1711). 1751, Oct. 11. Thomas Acklom,* of Dringe, in ye par. of Skipsea, and Hannah Webster, of Aldbrough. (Lic.)
* Thomas Acklom, of Dringhoe, gent., son of Thomas Acklom, Esq., of Beverley (by Sarah, his wife), and grandson of Thomas and Aletheia Acklom, of the former place. He was a lieutenant in the 64th regiment of foot, and died in the lifetime of his father, before 22 Feb., 1764, leaving five children, Thomas, Peter, Ralph, Sarah, and Jane-Harriet, whose tuition was granted to their mother Hannah Acklom, 2 July, 1764. There is a pedigree of the family in Poulson's Holderness (vol. i., p. 334), but it is very imperfect.

(1712). 1751, Oct. 15. Thomas Brabbs, of North Toft, in the par. of Hemingbrough, and Ann Butler, of Bowthorp, in the said par. (Lic.)
(1713). 1751, Oct. 18. Thomas Craven, of Shereburne, in ye diocese of York, and Barbarah Cockerill, of Ebberston, in the co. of York. (Lic.)
(1714). 1751, Oct. 20. John Gilliam, of Stutton, in ye par. of Tadcaster, & Elizabeth Whitaker, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1715). 1751, Oct. 23. John Fisher, of Barlow, in ye par. of Brayton, and Mary Leach, of Snaith, in ye co. of York. (Lic.)
(1716). 1751, Nov. 3. William Walch, of the par. of Saint John Delpike, and Anne Hopkinson, of the Bedern, in the city of York. (Lic.)
(1717). 1751, Nov. 4. John Crompton, of Gainsbrough, in ye co. of Lincoln, merchant, and Dorothy Wyndlow,* of the par. of St Wilfred, in ye city of York. (Lic.)
* Dorothy, second daughter of James Wyndlow, of York, gent., and sister of Ann, wife of Mr. Hubert Woodhouse. See No. 1630, antea.

(1718). 1751, Nov. 5. William Blyth, of Carlton, in ye par. of Husthwaite, and Jane Barugh, of Birdforth, in ye diocese of York. (Lic.)
(1719). 1751, Nov. 5. John Scothrop, of Heck, in the par. of Snaith, and Mary Ealand, of Gowdale, in the said par. (Lic.)
(1720). 1751, Nov. 5. Thomas Aked & Dorothy Dyson, both of Hallifax. (Lic.)
(1721). 1751, Nov. 8. George Britton, of Newbrough, in ye par. of Coxwold, and Mary Sissons, of Earsley, in ye same par. (Lic.)
(1722). 1751, Nov. 13. Francis Raper & Frances Tesse man, both of Thirkleby. (Lic.)
(1723). 1751, Nov. 14. Joseph Andrew, of Bridlington, and Margaret Thompson, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1724). 1751, Nov. 19. Thomas Milner, of Hemingburg, & Mary Allen, of St Margaret's par., in York. (Lic.)
(1725). 1751, Nov. 21. Robert Burton & Elizabeth Aba, both of ye par. of Filliskirk. (Lic.)
(1726). 1751, Nov. 21. James Dolphin, of Morpeth, in Northumberland, & Ann Clinton, of Hull. (Lic.)
(1727). 1751, Nov. 27. Robert Wright, of Riccal, in ye co. of York, yeoman, and Kesiah Beal, of ye par. of St Crux, in ye city of York. (Lic.)
(1728). 1751, Nov. 28. Thomas Stephenson & Elizabeth Cooke, both of Cottingwith. (Lic.)
(1729). 1751, Nov. 28. William Stables, of Harwood, & Mary Bentley,* of ye par. of Pannell. (Lic.)
* Perhaps Mary, daughter of George and Mary Bentley, of Pannal, born 6 June, 1727. See No. 1386, antea.

(1730). 1751, Dec. 1. Barnabas Hudson, of Everthorpe, in ye par. of North Cave, and Jane Gell, of Barnby Moor, in ye co. of York. (Lic.)
(1731). 1751, Dec. 2. Richrd Whithorn, of Ripon, and Elizth. Wilson, of ye same place. (Lic.)
(1732). 1751, Dec. 3. Benjamin Steel & Hannah Briggs, both of ye par. of Campsall. (Lic.)
(1733). 1751, Dec. 10. Mr. John Huggans, gentleman, of the par. of Ampleford, and Mrs. Mary Coopland, spinster, of the par. of Easingwold. (Lic.)
(1734). 1751, Dec. 14. George Duke, of Loversal, in ye diocese of York, and Ann Renton, of Sledmere. (Lic.)
(1735). 1751, Dec. 16. Thomas Calvert, of ye city of York, & Sarah Ingram, of ye par. of St Michael le Belfrey's, in ye said city. (Lic.)
(1736). 1751, Dec. 17. Moses Lawson, of Carnaby, & Anna Cross, of Bubwith. (Lic.)
(1737). 1751, Dec. 23. John Bowes,* of the par. of St Marie's, in Castlegate, and Mary Beaumont, of Tadcaster. (Lic.)
* John Bowes, brewer, son of John Bowes, of Hunslet. near Leeds, died without issue in 1754, leaving a widow Mary. His brother, Thomas Bowes, apothecary, was sheriff of York in 1757-8, and lord mayor in 1761 and 1771. He died, during his second mayoralty, Oct. 21st, aged 60, leaving a son Thomas, who administered to his father's effects, 31 March, 1779.

(1738). 1751-2, Jan. 5. John Nodby, of Low Cuniscliffe, & Jane Bennitt, of Lofthouse, in ye par. of Rothwell. (Lic.)
(1739). 1751-2, Jan. 17. Robert Marshall & Mary Davis, both of St Trinity's, in Goodramgate. (Lic.)
(1740). 1751-2, Jan. 19. John Wingfield, of the par. of All Saints, Pavement, and Dorothy Binks, of the same. (Lic.)
(1741). 1751-2, Jan. 20. Peter Fleemen, of Roocliffe, in ye par. of Snaith, & Ann Cade, of Osbaldwick. (Lic.)
(1742). 1751-2, Jan. 23. Thomas Holford & Eliz: Shipton, both of Coney-street parish. (Lic.)
(1743). 1751-2, Jan. 27. Wm. Clitherow, of Great Driffield, & Mary Milner, of Kilham. (Lic.)
(1744). 1751-2, Jan. 30. Thomas Barstow,* Esqr., and Mrs. Judith Stainforth. (Lic.)
* Thomas Barstow, merchant, eldest son of Benjamin Barstow, grocer, sheriff of York in 1729, who was a younger brother of Michael Barstow, whose daughter Mary married John Atkinson of Newcastle (see No. 979, antea). Baptized at St. Michael's, Spurriergate, 1 June, 1712 ; chamberlain in 1743; sheriff in 1762-3 ; governor of the Merchants' Company from 1764 to 1766; lord mayor in 1778; died, at Fulford, 5 March, 1786, and was buried there March 9th. By his first wife Everilda (buried at St. Martin's, Coney-street, 13 Nov., 1744), Mr. Barstow had, with other issue, a son and heir, Michael, who was father of the late Thomas Barstow, Esq., of Garrow Hill, near York, whose son, Lewis Barstow, Esq., of Hasle Bush, is a trustee of the hospital which was founded in York, in 1702, by Alice Barstow, widow of Michael Barstow, grocer, grandfather of the above-mentioned Benjamin. Mr. Barstow married, secondly (ut supra), Judith, daughter of the Rev. William Stainforth, of Simonburne, co. Northumberland (see No. 277, antea), by whom (who died 21 July, 1772, aged 64) he had no issue ; thirdly, at St. Mary's, Beverley, 10 Nov., 1777, Ann (Dickons), widow of Alderman Blanshard, of that town. She died in 1805-6.

(1745). 1751-2, Jan. 30. Robert Hartley, of the city of York, & Mary Horsman, of the par. of St John, at Ouse bridge. (Lic.)
(1746). 1751-2, Feb. 6. John Jennings, of Guiseley, and Lucy Hayhurst, of ye same place. (Lic.)
(1747). 1751-2, Feb. 24. Henry Buckle, of Newbrough, in the par. of Coxwold, and Ann Sunley, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1748). 1751-2, Feb. 24. George Lockwood, of Westow, & Mary Collins, of ye par. of St Sampson's, in ye city of York. (Lic.)
(1749). 1751-2, Feb. 29. George Cowper, of Carlton, in the par. of Husthwaite, & Mary Saville, of Husthwaite.
(1750). 1752, Apr. 16. George Ireland & Mary Hardy, both of Huggate. (Lic.)
(1751). 1752, Apr. 29. Thomas Burdett, of Denby, in the diocese of York, and Elizabeth Williamson,* of the city of York. (Lic.)
* The sister, it is probable, of the Rev. William Williamson, one of the vicars choral of York Minster, who performed the marriage ceremony.

(1752). 1752, May 12. George Pullein, of Bishopthorpe, & Frances Scaley (?), of York. (Lic.)
(1753). 1752, May 12. Thomas Mewburn, of Chester ton, in the co. of Huntingdon, and Dorothy Dennison, of Hutton Rudby, in the diocese of York. (Lic.)
(1754). 1752, May 14. John Bedford, of Leeds, and Ann Brook, of Wakefield. (Lic.)
(1755). 1752, May 14. William Lee, of Beeston, in the par. of Leeds, & Faith Higgins, of Hunslet Carr, in the same par. (Lic.)
(1756). 1752, May 16. Francis Nicholson, of the par. of All Saints, in the Pavement, in the city of York, and Ann Leach, of Rochdale, in the co. of Lancaster. (Lic.)
(1757). 1752, May 19. William Elston, of Clifton, in ye par. of St Michael Belfrey, of York, & Rachel Flower, of St Sampson, of York. (Lic.)
(1758). 1752, May 21. Michael Dowser, of North Grimston, & Ellen Overfield, of Bugthorpe, both in ye co. of York. (Lic.)
(1759). 1752, May 28. Henry Tenant,* of Skewkirk, in ye par. of Bilton, & Elizth. Steel, of ye same place. (Lic.)
* Henry Tennant, gentleman, eldest son of John Tennant, of Poppleton, yeoman, died without issue 9 January, 1768, aged 66, and was buried at Bilton. In his will, dated 17 July, 1763 [Pro. 3 February, 1768], he bequeaths " all that capital mansion or dwelling-house, wherein I now dwell, called Skewkirk,-together with all the buildings, lands, grounds, &c.,-belonging to my ancient freehold estate at Skewkirk, which was given me by my father, John Tennant, deceased,-unto my nephew Robert Tennant, the younger, son of my brother John Tennant." Robert Tennant, the nephew, died unmarried, and intestate, in his father's life-time, and Skewkirk became the property of Henry Tennant, who died, at Kirk Hammerton, in 1828, leaving, with other issue, a son and heir, Henry, who sold the "ancient freehold " to Andrew Montague, Esq. Skewkirk is now the residence of Mr. James Freeman.

(1760). 1752, June 1. Robert Graham* Clerk, Rector of Arthuret, in ye co. of Cumberland, & Frances Graham, of ye city of York. (Lic.)
* Second son of Dr. William Graham, dean of Carlisle.-Frances, daughter of Sir Bellingham Graham, Bait., of Norton Conyers. She died in February, 1801, aged 69. See The Register of Burials in York Minster, No. 253.

(1761). 1752, June 5. John Tuke, of the city of York, & Jane Topham, of the par. of All Saints, in the Pavement. (Lic.)
(1762). 1752, June 8. George Atley, of Kirby Misperton, and Mary Champney, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1763). 1752, June 11. Lancelot Burton, of Feliskirk, & Mary Goodyear, of Kilburn. (Lic.)
(1764). 1752, June 15. Francis Clubley & Catherine Dickens,* both of Beverley. (Lic.)
* Catherine, daughter of Peter and Catherine Dickons, of Beverley.

(1765). 1752, June 16. Andrew Kilvington, of the par. of St Mary, Bishophill, the Younger, in the city of York, and Jane White, of the par. of All Saints, Pavement. (Lic.)
(1766). 1752, June 16. Richard Sturtwell, of Harton, in ye par. of Bossall, & Ann Glee, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1767). 1752, June 20. Hammond Harrison, of Barnby Moor, in ye diocese of York, and Sarah Kendall, of ye same place. (Lic.)
(1768). 1752, June 22. Robert Carter & Eliz: Porter, of Great Driffield. (Lic.)
(1769). 1752, June 24. Thomas Thompson, of ye par. of St Michael-Belfrey's, and Ann Hall, of ye Close of this Cathedral Church. (Lic.)
(1770). 1752, June 25. Robert Wright, of ye par. of Aldbrough (W. R.), & Joanna Maskil, of ye same place.
(1771). 1752, July 2. John Wind, of Little Bentham, in ye co. of Northumberland, and Mary Hutchinson, of ye city of York. (Lic.)
(1772). 1752, July 7. Robert Ellis, of Heminbrough, & Mary Kirlew,* of Woodhall, both in ye co. of York. (Lic.)
* The daughter, apparently, of William Kirlew, of Woodhall, husbandman, who died in the spring of 1752.

(1773). 1752, July 7. Anderson Saunders,* Esqr, of the par. of St Michael-Belfrey's, and Elizabeth Wallbanke, of the par., of St Hellen's, in the city of York. (Lic.)
* Only son of Anderson Saunders, esq., of Newton Saunders, co. Wicklow, by Elizabeth Battersby, his wife. He married, first, Lucy, daughter of William Wynne, esq., of Haslewood, co. Sligo, by whom he had (with other issue) a son and heir, Richard Saunders, whose representative in 1662 was his grandson, Richard Saunders, esq., of Largay, co. Cavan, and Hawley House, co. Kent.-Elizabeth (his 2nd wife), only daughter of William Walbanke, esq., of Kirkbridge, in the parish of Stanwick, co. York, by Mildred, daughter and heiress of Leonard Childers, esq., of Carr-House, in the same county. She had issue three children, Anderson, William, and Elizabeth Saunders. Her elder brother, Childers Walbanke, assumed the additional surname of Childers, and was grandfather of the present John Walbanke Childers, esq., of Cantley, high sheriff of Yorkshire in 1658.

(1774). 1752, July 14. Abraham Bayley, of Otley, & Grace Morris, of Ilkley. (Lic.)
(1775). 1752, July 20. George Langstaffe, of the par. of St Martin's, Vintry, London, and Jane Walker, of the par. of St Mary's, Castlegate, in the city of York. (Lic.)
(1776). 1752, Aug. 1. Matthew Dodsworth, of Kelfeild, in ye par. of Stillingfleet, and Eliz. Bramham, of Cliff, in ye par. of Hemingbrough. (Lic.)
(1777). 1752, Aug. 6. Marmaduke Foster, of Kingston upon-Hull, and Sarah Himor (?), of Leeds. (Lic.)
(1778). 1752, Aug. 11. Robert Turner, of ye par. of St Saviour's, in ye city of York, & Frances Stead, of Hawksworth, in ye par. of Otley. (Lic.)
(1779). 1752, Aug. 11. William Clapham & Mary Flawith, both of Bossal, in ye diocese of York. (Lic.)
(1780). 1752, Aug. 13. Thomas Haw, of Wetherby, & Sarah Potter, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1781). 1752, Aug. 18. Samuel Marsh, of Bridlington Key, in ye co. of York, & Mary Wilson, of ye par. of St Martin's, in Coney-street, in ye city of York. (Lic.)
(1782). 1752, Aug. 20. George Riby, of Galmpton, in the diocese of York, and Esther Ringrose, of the same place.
(1783). 1752, Aug. 31. John Transfield, of Hemingbrough, and Margaret Nixon, of ye same place. (Lic.)
(1784). 1752, Aug. 31. Thomas Wooller,* of Osset, in the par. of Dewsbury, and Ursula Carr, of Horbury, in the par. of Wakefield. (Lic.)
* Thomas Wooller, of Ossett, yeoman, died about 1753, leaving, by his first wife Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. Joseph Foster (see No. 1375, antea), two daughters, Molly and Martha. -Ursula, daughter of John Carr, of Horbury, mason, and sister of John Carr, the eminent architect, lord mayor of York in 1770 and 1785. She married, secondly, Richard Heaton, esq., of Barlow Hall, and afterwards of Selby (whom she survived), and died 18 May, 1799, aged 70.

(1785). 1752, Sept. 1. John Harper, of Tadcaster, and Ann March, of Bilbrough. (Lic.)
(1786). 1752, Sept. 14. Richard Dalton, of Wheldrake, & Ellenor Barker, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1787). 1752, Sept. 28. William Lazenby, of the par. of Moor Moncton, and Mary Wardale, of Kirk Hammerton, in the co. of York. (Lic.)
(1788). 1752, Sept. 29. John Donkin & Elizabeth Robin son, both of Garton, in the diocese of York. (Lic.)
(1789). 1752, Sept. 23 (sic) James Ward & Elizabeth Spencer, both of Wistow. (Lic.)
(1790). 1752, Sept. 25 (sic) Thos. Lovell, of Barton-in ye-Street, and Bridget Forrest, of Scotton, in ye co. of Lincoln. (Lic.)
(1791). 1752, Oct. 7. John Nicholson, of the town and co. of Kingston-upon-Hull, & Susannah Ask, of St Martin's, Coney-street, York. (Lic.)
(1792). 1752, Oct. 9. Jacob Peaker, of Barnby Dunn, & Sarah Brookes, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1793). 1752, Oct. 10. Anthony Demery and Ann Barker, both of Helmsley. (Lic.)
(1794). 1752, Oct. 11. William Creaser, of Fearby, in the par. of Westow, and Elizabeth Snowball, of the same par. (Lic.)
(1795). 1752, Oct. 12. Richd Snow, of Thornthwaite, in ye par. of Hampsthwaite, and Magdalen Wakefeild, of Marston. (Lic.)
(1796). 1752, Oct. 15. William Baker, of Biggin, in the par. of Fenton, & Elizabeth Middleton, of Lenerton, in the par. of Sherburn. (Lic.)
(1797). 1752, Oct. 16. John Pattison, of Westow, and Mary Snowball, of ye same place. (Lic.)
(1798). 1752, Oct. 16. Thomas Turner & Catherine Morris, both of New Malton. (Lic.)
(1799). 1752, Oct. 22. John Fretwell, of Tadcaster, & Isabella Farrel, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1800). 1752, Oct. 23. William Nixon, of Menithorpe, in the par. of Westow, and Ann Longman, of the same place.
(1801). 1752, Oct. 26. John Morley, of Cawood, and Hannah Hick, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1802). 1752, Nov. 3. Thomas Layton, of Acklam, & Grace Jackson, of Lepington, in the co. of York. (Lic.)
(1803). 1752, Nov. 5. Francis Parker, of Ox-close House, in ye par. of Ripon, & Mary Goodyear, of Chevit, in ye par. of Royston. (Lic.)
(1804). 1752, Nov. 7. Robert Simpson, of Stockton, & Dorothy Bolton, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1805). 1752, Nov. 7. Michael Mays, of the par. of Saint. Andrew, Holborn, in the co. of Middlesex, and Frances Plaxton,* of the city of York.- (Lic.)
* Frances, only daughter of the Rev. John Flaxton, rector of Sutton-on-Derwent (who died at Snape in 1750), by Bartholina, daughter of James and Frances Greenwood, of York.

(1806). 1752, Nov. 11. John Clarke & Elizabeth Franck, both of Sculcoates. (Lic.)
(1807). 1752, Nov. 16. George Atkinson & Ann Shepherd, both of Seaton Rose. (Lic.)
(1808). 1752, Nov. 20. John Robinson, of Langtoft, and Ann Pape, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1809). 1752, Nov. 22. Wm. Rhodes & Mary Calvert, both of Dunnington. (Lic.)
(1810). 1752, Nov. 25. George Welborne, of Westow, in the diocese of York, and Sarah Sampson, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1811). 1752, Nov. 25. William Wardale, of Setterington, & Anne King, of Norton. (Lic.)
(1812). 1752, Dec. 2. Simon Marrarella (?) & Mary Selby, both of Helmsley. (Lic.)
(1813). 1752, Dec. 7. Michael Simpson, of Aldbrough, & Dorothy Heddon, of ye par. of Topcliff. (Lic.)
(1814). 1752, Dec. 10. Hugh Robinson,* of the par. of the Holy Trinity, in the King's Court, in the city of York, and Mercy Morton, of the par. of St Michael-at-Ousebridge-End. (Lic.)
* Hugh Robinson, haberdasher ; born about 1722; apprenticed to Edward Smith, of York, in 1736 ; admitted into the Merchants' Company in 1748 ; one of the city chamberlains in 1758 ; sheriff in 1768-9 ; lord mayor in 1774 ; governor of the Merchants' Company 1777-1780 ; died 30 Dec., 1786. Will dated 7 July, 1783 [Pro. 27 October, 1787], "I give all I have in the world to my wife Mercy, both real and personal, and desire she will put my bones in a strong oak coffin, and bury me anywhere but in the parish I now live in." His widow, Mercy Robinson, died 27 April, 1806, aged 84.

(1815). 1752, Dec. 18. John Clarkson, of Kirkby Underdale, & Isabella Tweedy, of ye par. of Thornton, both in ye diocese of York. (Lic.)
(1816). 1752, Dec. 26. Richard Fryar, of Osbaldwick, and Mary Robinson, of Heslington. (Lic.)
(1817). 1753, Jan. 1. Hugh Marsden & Jane Shute, both of Hemsley. (Lic.)
(1818). 1753, Jan. 7. Thos. Wilson* & Dorothy Mawman ; he of ye par. of All Saints', Pavement, York, & she of ye par. of St Mary, Bphill, ye Elder, York. (Lic.)
* Thomas Wilson, bookseller (son of Joseph Wilson, York), sheriff in 1766-7, died 29 October, 1780, aged 59, and was buried at St. Margaret's, Walmgate.-Dorothy, daughter of John Mawman, of Little Town, in the parish of Birstal, co. York. She died 20 January, 1786, aged 52, and was interred near her husband. Their only son, Thomas Wilson, bookseller, lord mayor in 1791 and 1800, married, in 1786, Dorothy, daughter of Joseph Bilton, esq., of Heald's Hall, co. York (by Tamar, daughter of William Wood, merchant, of Rump, in the parish of Halifax), and died in 1832, leaving, with other issue, a son Thomas-wood Wilson, banker, who was elected lord mayor (the last under the old regime), 15 January, 1835, and held office until 1 January, 1836. He died at Fulford 15 April, 1858, aged 65.

(1819). 1753, Jan. 12. Robert Sarjantson & Mary Reynard, both of Hanlith, in ye par. of Kirkby Malhamdale. (Lic.)
(1820). 1753, Jan. 16. Thomas Wilson & Jane Smart, both of Methley. (Lic.)
(1821). 1753, Jan. 18. William Hotham & Elizabeth Wilson, both of Water, in ye diocese of York. (Lic.)
(1822). 1753, Jan. 24. Philip Parker, of (sic), in the par. of Ripon, & Jane Gill, of Ripley Moor, in the par. of Ripley. (Lic.)
(1823). 1753, Feb. 6. Matthew Pepper, of Goole Field Houses, in ye par. of Snaith, and Ann Wilson, of Newland, in ye par. of Drax. (Lic.)
(1824). 1753, Feb. 19. William Hornby & Elizabeth Shilletoe, both of Newton Kyne. (Lic.)
(1825). 1753, Feb. 22. John Agar, of the par. of Seamer, & Mary Stains (?), of the par. of Ellerburn. (Lic.)
(1826). 1753, Mar. 3. John Little, of Stillingfleet, and Mary Cook, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1827). 1753, Mar. 3. Joshua Siddall, of Moor Monkton, and Jane Calvert, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1828). 1753, Mar. 5. James Richard, of Carlton, in the par. of Snaith, batchelor, and Mary Kirby, of the same place, spinster. (Lic.)
(1829). 1753, Mar. 15. John Grundon, of Sinnington, and Mary Hardwick, of Pickering. (Lic.)
(1830). 1753, Mar. 19. Henry Fisher, of New Malton, and Susanna Sayers, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1831). 1753, Mar. 21. Christopher Barker, of Asenby, in the par. of Topcliffe, and Mary Kay, of Topcliffe aforesaid. (Lic.)
(1832). 1753, Mar. 27. John Hodgson, of the par. of St. Crux, in the city of York, and Jane Caygill,* of the par. of St Mary, in Castlegate. (Lic.)
* Jane, daughter of Matthew Caygill, dyer, York, and sister of Ann, wife of William Rhodes (see No. 1697, antea). She married, secondly, before 9 Sept., 1768, -- -- brown.

(1833). 1753, Mar. 29. Richard Howlby, of Morton, in the diocese of York, & Elizabeth Wilson, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1834). 1753, Apr. 3. Henry Simpson, of ye par. of All Saints, in ye Pavement, in the city of York, & Eliz. Hustler, of ye par. of Holy Trinity, in Micklegate. (Lic.)
(1835). 1753, Apr. 11. William Rodwell, of the par. of St John's, in the city of York, and Mary Corney, of the par. of St Michael's, in the said city. (Lic.)
(1836). 1753, Apr. 12. Thomas Pollard, of Tadcaster, & Elizabeth Cawton, of ye city of York. (Lic.)
(1837). 1753, Apr. 22. William Hopkins,* of ye par. of the Holy Trinity, in Goodramgate, in the city of York, & Elizabeth Barton, of ye par. aforesaid. (Lic.)
* William Hopkins, gent., born about 1721, a comedian on the York circuit, and afterwards prompter at the Theatre loyal, Drury-Lane, London, died 22 Dec., 1780. -Elizabeth, daughter of Joseph Barton, joiner, York (by Elizabeth, his wife), and sister of Jane, wife of Thomas Wilkinson, sheriff of that city in 1793-4, whose son, George Wilkinson, filled the same office in 1815-6. After her marriage, Mrs. Hopkins entered the theatrical profession ; but at what period, or upon what stage, she made her first appearance, I have not been able to ascertain. She died 8 October, 1801, aged 67. The following notice of her occurs in "The Wandering Patentee" (vol. ii., p. 144), by Tate Wilkinson, York, 1795 : -"Mrs. Hopkins, of Drury-Lane, was at York that week, and wondered she was not solicited to play! -looking down, I dare say, on Mrs. Jordan, never imagining she would so soon take the lead, and in such a rapid and wonderful manner, as she has done in London and here, there, and every where. However, Mrs. Hopkins, who was on a visit to her brother and sister (a Mr. and Mrs. Wilkinson, of York), was engaged to perform two or three nights (I need not add, she is mother to Mrs. John Kemble). Her first part was Mrs. Malaprop [in Sheridan's comedy of 'The Rivals'], on Saturday, August 24,1782." The " Mrs. John Kemble " here alluded to, was Priscilla, daughter of the above William and Elizabeth Hopkins, who, at a very early age, adopted the profession of her parents. She married, first, William Brereton, "an actor of fine person, and some merit." who died in February, 1787; secondly, on the 8th of December, in the same year, the eminent tragedian, John Philip Kemble, whom she survived for nearly a quarter of a century. Mrs. Kemble died at Leamington, 13 May, 1845, at the advanced age of 90 years.

(1838). 1753, Apr. 24. William Mason, of ye par. of the Holy Trinity, in King's Court, in ye city of York, & Elizabeth Wilberforce, of ye same par. (Lic.)
(1839). 1753, Apr. 25. Joseph Littlewood & Mary Smith, both of the par. of Kipax. (Lic.)
(1840). 1753, Apr. 25. Thomas Smith, of Yoakfleet, & Mary Story, of Bagby. (Lic.)
(1841). 1753, Apr. 26. Christopher Benton & Melior Stainton, both of Howden. (Lic.)
(1842). 1753, May 2. John Angus & Elizabeth White, both of Sutton, in the par. of Felliskirk. (Lic.)
(1843). 1753, May 3. John Ramsay, of the Beddern, in the city of York, & Sarah Thompson, of the par. of St John's, in the said city. (Lic.)
(1844). 1753, May 7. John Baddison, of New Malton, and Ann Wilson, of the same place. (Lic.)
(1845). 1753, May 10. John Spavin, of Ryton, in the par. of Kirby Misperton, & Elizabeth Studley, of Broughton, in ye par. of Apylton. (Lic.)
(1846). 1753, May 12. William Kirlew,* of Woodall, in the par. of Hemingbrough, and Tabitha Fletcher, of South Duffield, in the said par. (Lic.)
* Perhaps William, 2nd son of William Kirlew, of Woodhall, husbandman (who died in 1752), and Mary, his wife.

(1847). 1753, May 13. Cornelius Doughty, of the par. of St. Olave, in the suburbs of York, & Susannah Fenn, of the par. aforesaid. (Lic.)
(1848). 1753, May 13. William Hornby, of the par. of St Olave's, in the suburbs of York, & Elizabeth Preston, of the par. aforesaid. (Lic.)
(1849). 1753, May 12 (sic) John Stapleton & Elizabeth Brown, both of Newton Kine. (Lic.)
(1850). 1753, May 22. Thomas Spooner* and Ann Buckle, both of the city of York. (Lic.)
* Thomas Spooner, junior, woollen-draper, son of Thomas Spooner, woollen-draper sheriff of York in 1745-6, and grandson of Thomas Spooner, cutler, Sheffield. Baptized at St. Crux, 29 May, 1723; chamberlain in 1772; sheriff in 1773-4; governor of the Merchants' Company, 1780-1782; died 9 May, 1794.-Ann, daughter of Joseph Buckle, goldsmith, sheriff of York in 1730-1. She died 2 July, 1809.

(1851). 1753, May 24. Thomas Norfolk & Hannah Fowler, both of Tockwith, in ye par. of Bilton. (Lic.)
(1852). 1753, May 26. Thomas Walker & Frances Richardson, both of Helperby. (Lic.)
(1853). 1753, June 1. Charles Hodges, of the par. of Saint Michael, Belfrey's, and Elizabeth Calbern, of the Holy Trinity, King's Court, both of the city of York. (Lic.)
(1854). 1753, Oct. 20. Thomas James,* of ye par. of Saint Olave's, in ye suburbs of ye city of York, and Margaret Hardman, of ye city of York. (Lic.)
* Thomas James, shoe-maker, Bootham, living in 1.758.
(The next entry, on the same page, is the following:-)

(1855). May the 9th, 1762. Sir Griffith Boynton,* of Burton Agnes, Bart, and Charlotte Topham, of the Minster Yard, were married, by Virtue of a Special License from Doctor Topham, by me, Francis Best. [The last Marriage in York Minster.]

* Sir Griffith Boynton, of Barmston, Bart., F.S.A., high sheriff of Yorkshire in 1771. He was the only child of Sir Griffith Boynton, by Anne, daughter of Thomas White, esq., of Walling-Wells. Born 22 Feb., 1742-3; died in London, of a violent fever, 6 January, 1778.-Charlotte, eldest daughter of Francis Topham, LL.D., of York (by Charlotte, his wife). She died without issue. Sir Griffith married, secondly, at Burton Agnes, 1 Aug., 1768, Mary, daughter of James Heblethwaite, esq., of Norton, near Malton, who survived him, and became the wife of John Parkhurst, esq., of Huttons Ambo, co. York, and Catesby Abbey, co. Northants.


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