YORKSHIRE: Paver's Marriage Licenses for the year 1614.


DateSurnameChristian nameCommentSurnameChristian nameCommentWhere to be married
1614HaighThomas LongleyGraceof ThornhillThornhill.
1614TiffeyJohn ElwickMargaretof LevenLeven.
1614HawksworthReynoldof PenistoneThompsonMaryof Barnsley, WidBarnsley.
1614WightonWilliamof Holy Trinity, HullMarstonIsabelof Preston-in-Holdernesseither place.
1614WoodWilliam BrookeGraceof BirstallBirstall.
1614BlanshardJohnof Cherry-BurtonStothardEliz.of Holy Trinity, King's Court Yorkeither place.
1614CroisdaleHenry HarrisonJanetof MittonMitton.
1614LathamThomas OkeDorothyof DoncasterDoncaster.
1614StoreyRichardof BishopthorpeReynoldsAliceof Wheldrakeeither place.
1614StringerJohnof ......AgarElizabethof SkeltonSkelton.
1614HullThomasof AytonWilsonMargeryof Guisborougheither place.
1614JefferyHenryClk., Vicar of AlneSpendloveCatherineof Moor MonktonMoor Monkton.
1614RichmondWilliam PotterElizabethof DoncasterDoncaster.
1614FosterOliver LawsonElizabeth(1) of Kirkby-MalhamKirkby-Malham.
1614WoodWilliam BeckMargaretWid., of RothwellRothwell.
1614PreswickRalphof ThornabyCollingFrancesof Broughtoneither place.
1614SmithLambertof ThorntonDayCatherineof Kirkby-Malzeard, Wid.either place, or Ripon.
1614SimpsonWilliamClk., Vicar of BrothertonBoothAnnof Tickhill, Wid.Tickhill.
1614RichardsonNicholasof North CaveToddCatherineof South Caveeither place.
1614FewgillRichardof HessleCarverElizabethof North Caveeither place.
1614HollinsRichardof BradfordAinleyAnnof Halifaxeither place.
1614NettletonRichardof Sutton-on-Derwent..........Wid., of Elvingtoneither place.
1614DodsworthMarmadukeof SettringtonWarterJane(2) of NaffertonNafferton

She probably was Elizabeth, daughter of Christopher Lawson, of Hanlith, baptized 18 February, 1597-8, at Kirkby-Malham.
This lady's name will be found on p. 584 of Foster's Visitations of 1585 and 1612. Her mother was Elizabeth, daughter of Leonard Vavasour, of Haslewood, by Mary, daughter of Sir John Hotham. She had six sons and one daughter. The eldest son, Matthew, was baptized 14 May, 1615, buried 23 May, 1667, at Settrington. His great grandson, Matthew Dodsworth, was baptized at Riccall, 25 March, 1726. See Foster's Yorkshire Pedigrees.

DateSurnameChristian nameCommentSurnameChristian nameCommentWhere to be married
1614PhillipsJohn(3) of LeckonfieldFotherbyMaryof St. Mary's, Beverleyeither place.
1614TaylorThomasof SnaithWittyJudithof Middleton-on-the-WoldsMiddleton-on-the-Wolds.
1614BerryThomas SmithElizabethof LeedsLeeds.(3)*
1614IsaackRogerof St. Sampson's, YorkHillAnnof St. Dennis', YorkSt. Dennis', York.
1614BullerJohnof Sutton-in-HoldernessShacklesJoanof Drypool, Wid.Drypool.
1614GreensideWilliamof HelmsleyBellAnnof Kirk-LeavingtonHelmsley.
1614BarkerWilliamof Wighton (qu. Reighton?)DukeJaneof Flamborough, Wid.Flamborough.
1614BullerJohn SurdevallElizabethof Long RistonLong Riston.
1614HeblethwaiteThomas(4) of Norton, Esq.HungateMaryof Birdsall, Wid.either place.
1614BaylisMichaelof EasingwoldWeareMaryof Bossall, Wid.either place.
1614CrossRobert CrossElizabethof HunmanbyHunmanby.
1614HothamJohnof Scorborough, Esq.RokebyAnn(5) of St. John's, Beverleyeither place.
1614GartonJohn HobsonAnnof Hutton-CranswickHutton-Cranswick.
1614CarleilJames HarlandElizabethof Holy Trinity, HullHoly Trinity, Hull.
1614EgglesfieldFrancis(6) of BossallMorwinMargaretof Westow, Wid.Bossall.
1614BrownsRobertof BeefordDeightonDorothyof StonegraveStonegrave.
1614ReadeRobertof StillingtonMoyserElizabethof St. Olave's, Yorkeither place.
1614AyrtonRichard CloughMaryWid., of BroughtonBroughton.
1614SmallwoodGeorgeof LytheWright.....of .....Lythe, or Holy Trinity, King's Court, York.
1614GrantThomasof BurstwickJaggerMaryof Burton-Pidseyeither place.
1614HawksWilliam DobbyAnnWid., of HarewoodHarewood.
1614EdenThomasof Hutton-RudbyKnowlesHelenof Great Aytoneither place.
1614PodeWilliamof LevishamHobbMargaretof Lastingham, Wid.either place.
1614BishopRobertof PocklingtonHydeAliceof Elvington, Wid.either place.
1614HayRichardof TankersleyShercliffeMargaretof Rotherhameither place.
1614DodsworthArthur Chester(7)Elizabethof BurnistonBurniston.

Took place 20 June, 1614, at Leconfield.
* Took place 28 June, 1614.
They were certainly not married at Norton, The Birdsall Register of Marriages is deficient from 1610 to 1620. She was daughter of Thomas Sotheby, by Isabella Birds: married Thomas Hungate, (Dugdale's Visitation, p. 205), by whom she had one daughter Anne, wife of James Hebblethwaite, son of her husband by his first wife Anne Hildyard. She was buried at Norton, 26 August, 1653.
This marriage took place 16 July, 1614, at St. John's, Beverley. She was second wife to her husband, the beheaded Governor of Hull, and died in the year 1624. Her father, Ralph Rokeby, of Lincoln's Inn, Secretary to the Council of the North, author of "OEconomia Rokebaeiorum "in 1563, was buried 12 March, 1594-5, at St. Michael-le-Belfrey, York. Her mother was Jane, daughter of John Portington, of Portington, Esq., by Ann, daughter of John Langton, of Langton, co. Lincoln; buried 14 June, 1608 : whose first husband was Michael Warton, of Beverley Parks, where her brother, Thomas Portington, was living in 1585.
Took place 5 July, 1614.
Took place 14 July, 1614, at Burniston. He was probably son of George Dodsworth, of Carthorpe, who baptized a son Thomas, 15 March, 1577-8, and a son Christopher, 22 March, 1583-4. By Elizabeth Chester, he had John, baptized 2 April, 1615, and a son Francis, buried with his mother 13 November, 1620. By his second wife he had Jane Christopher, Thomas, Richard, and Peter, and he was buried 27 September, 1670.

DateSurnameChristian nameCommentSurnameChristian nameCommentWhere to be married
1614WrightJohnof BirkinWinterJaneof St. Mary's, Castlegate, YorkSt. Mary's, Castlegate, York.
1614Saxton (8)William CudworthFrancesof SilkstoneSilkstone.
1614RaynesLaurence LowAnn(9) of SproatleySproatley.
1614LongleyWilliam WilliamsonMaryof Great SandallGreat Sandall.
1614HoldsworthAbraham HopkinsonJanetof BradfordBradford.
1614RobinsonThomas CarterAnnof WakefieldWakefield.
1614MortonThomasof Holy Trinity, King's Court, YorkTorreMaryof St. Mary's, Hull, Wid.Holy Trinity, King's Court, York.
1614SmalesJohn HillJaneof UgglebarnbyWhitby, or Ugglebarnby.
1614WoodJohnof Skipton (qu. Skipton)WallisJaneof Egtoneither place.
1614KillingbeckRobertof BramhamTwisletonHelen(10) of Kippaxeither place.
1614HolmesChristopher LuptonElizabethof GiggleswickGiggleswick.
1614Jenkin or Juckin (sic) of SkipwithRichard HaxbyChristabellaof ThorganbyThorganby.
1614KettlewellHenry StablesIsabelWid., of DarfieldDarfield.
1614BeaneRobertof St. Michael-le-BelfreyBlenkhornCatherineof BishopthorpeBishopthorpe.
1614RobinsonGeorgeof AddleMorleyJaneof Leeds, Wid.Leeds.
1614KirkeRichardof AddleScagglethorpeJaneof PannallPannall.
1614SnowdenRandalof CollinghamWestMargaret'of Bardseyeither place.
1614HepworthRobert KeyElizabethWid., of KirkburtonKirkburton.
1614MetcalfeGeorgeof ThirskTrotterMargeryof Felixkirk, Wideither place.
1614JacksonFrancisof BramhamCammageElizabethof PoppletonBramham.
1614ListerWilliam(11) Clk., Vicar of WakefieldColteMargaretof Rotherham, Wid.Rotherham, or [Wakefield?]
1614MittonJohnof HemingboroughHeptonstallMaryof Holy Trinity, HullHoly Trinity, Hull.
1614ProudeRobert HolmesElizabethof Holy Trinity, HullHoly Trinity, Hull.
1614? (sic) TysonNicholas JacksonEllenof Carlton-in-CravenCarlton-in-Craven.
1614CatterallBrianof SwineEasthorpeJoanof EasthorpeSwine, or Skirlaugh.
1614ButterworthJohnof Rochdale, [dioc. Chester]HeyAbigailof Walesby, [co. Notts]Walesby.
1614CookeWilliamof EgtonHillAnnof Whitbyeither place.
1614CowperRobertof EmleyHepworthElizabethof SilkstoneSilkstone.
1614BoothMichaelof RothwellHuntBridgetof St. Olave's, YorkSt. Olave's, York.

One William Saxton, of Yorkshire, B.A. 1609, M.A. 1612, of Oxford, was Vicar of Gringley on the Hill, co. Notts, in 1617. He might easily be brother of the Rev. Henry Saxton, M.A., Vicar of Conisborough, 1615 to 1665. See Hunter's South Yorkshire, I. 122. The Frances Cudworth was probably sister of Richard Cudworth of Eastfield, Silkston, baptized 19 May, 1596, died 1657, whose daughter and co-heiress Grace, married at Kirkby Wharfe, 12 September, 1647, John Ellison, remarried at Peniston 7 January, 1661-2, Francis Morton, and was living in 1697. By her second husband, William Wordsworth, baptized 7 May, 1615, buried 16 April, 1658, she was my ancestress, also of the Poet Laureate, William Wordsworth, and many others.
This marriage does not appear in Foster's Yorkshire Pedigrees, nor in Poulson's Holderness, II. p. 45.
Thoresby, p.134, makes Robert Killingbeck, living 1514, (said to be buried at Skipton on his grandson's monument at Chapel Allerton, p. 127) to be father of Thomas, born 1560, died November, 1623, and also of Robert, born 1598 died 1624, which is impossible. His pedigree differs in toto from those in the Visitations of 1585 and 1665. And in none of the three do I find the name of Francis Killingbeck, who was steward of the Prebendal Manor Court of Riccall from 1595 to 1603,
Instituted 12 July, 1598, but resigned in 1620. He was M. A., probably of the University of Cambridge.

DateSurnameChristian nameCommentSurnameChristian nameCommentWhere to be married
1614[Rysome?] JacksonRisn?of StillingfleetTavinerMargaret[qu. Taverner] (sic) of Eskirk [Escrick]Stillingfleet.
1614ThompsonRalph ClarkeFrancesof BeverleyBeverley.
1614DryEdward MitchellElizabethof RustonRuston.
1614DawsonHarbertof HovinghamEtheringtonMargaretof Great DriffieldHovingham.
1614WaldbyWilliamof BlacktoftGuyElizabethof DrypoolDrypool.
1614LawsonThomasof EcclesfieldCalverleyMargaretof RawmarshRawmarsh.
1614LaughtonCharles(12) of EcclesfieldGoodwinAnnof RawmarshRawmarsh.
1614PinderWilliam(13) of EmswellWaldbyIsabelof BaintonBainton.
1614EtheringtonJohnof BridlingtonWhiteMargaretof Long Ruston, Wid.either place.
1614ArdenWilliamof SheffieldClarkeAveirelof St. Olave's, YorkSt. Olave's, York.
1614DobbyEdmundof St. Leonard's, New MaltonWildenRoseof St. Michael's New Maltoneither place.
1614HarrisonWilliamof IlkleySimondson (as asserted)Maryof Pannalleither place
1614JubbMartinof Horton-PagnellThompsonAnnof St. Michael's-le-Belfrey, York, Wid.either place.
1614SavilleThomas(13)* of KirkdaleLassellsJaneof Northallertoneither place.
1614ForwoodMichaelof Bishopton [dioc. Durham]BurnettMargaretof RaskelfRaskelf.
1614CaveRichard CaveJanetWid., of GiggleswickGiggleswick.
1614BrocklebankGeorgeof St. Margaret's, YorkKitchingSibelof Aughton, Wid.St. Margaret's, York.
1614CrabtreeNicholas CravenJanetof BradfordBradford.
1614BayldonChristopherof BroughtonSmithAnnof Skiptoneither place.
1614RuddNicholas ScottElizabethof SlaidburnSlaidburn.
1614LundEdwardof PocklingtonHolmesCatherineof St. Saviour's, YorkSt. Saviour's, York.
1614ToddChristopherof Holy Trinity, HullBewleyJoanof St. Mary's, Castlegate, YorkSt. Mary's, Castlegate, York.
1614NicholasReynold ThompsonJoanof BradfieldBradfield.
1614TangWilliamof SnaithWoodJaneof Braytoneither place.
1614HarrisonThomas HillFrancesof RiponRipon.
1614KendallJohnof FewstonStead (as asserted)Prudenceof Leathleyeither place.
1614FosterRobertof RoystonScamondaleJanetof Mirfieldeither place.
1614RamsdenGeorgeof HalifaxRamsdenJaneof EllandElland.
1614SpenceJohnof HelmsleySmithMaryof Normanbyeither place.
1614HarrisonJamesof Stainsacre [parish of Whitby]DoddsElizabethof FylingdaleFylingdale.
1614ClarkeRobertof HortonFosterAnnof Giggleswickeither place.

Of Howarth Grange, died 26 August, 1638. His wife, daughter of Humphrey Goodwin, Esq., was buried at Rotherham, 22 August, 1650, See Hunter's South Yorkshire, II. p. 48. Foster's Yorkshire Pedigrees.
William Pinder's first wife, Katherine, was buried 20 February, 1612-3; his wife Isabel 23 June, 1651; himself 31 March, 1653. His sun Edward Pinder (baptized 6 July, 1615, married 27 June, 1641, Alice Southwick), is named in " Best's Farming Book," 1641. Surtees Society, 1857, p. 163.
* Daughter of Francis Lascelles, of Stank. Baptized at Northallerton 25 April, 1595 ; married at Sigston, 13 September, 1614, Thomas Savile, of Welburne Foster's Visitation, 1585, p. 184.

DateSurnameChristian nameCommentSurnameChristian nameCommentWhere to be married
1614JacksonGeorge WrightHelenof SigglesthorneSigglesthorne.
1614ChimleyTheophilus(14) Clk., Vicar of HornseaBorfootAnnof Long Rustoneither place.
1614BulcockJohn DilworthJanetof Downham ;[dioc. Chester]Whalley or Downham.
1614WrightJohnof BagbyNelsonCatherineof ThirskThirsk.
1614DaltonHenry(15) of DrypoolCollingSusanof Swine, Wid.either place.
1614BeilbyEdwardof WressleWressleSarah(sic) of Snaitheither place.
1614SlaterWilliamof St. Michael's, Spurriergate, YorkFosterRachelof EasingwoldEasingwold.
1614Thompson[Richard] Nelthorpe.(16)[Anne] No entry (sic).
1614RaynerRichard SharphouseElizabethof DewsburyDewsbury.
1614PagetJohnof HalifaxHelasDianaof Bracewell, Wid.either place.
1614StoreyJohnof HorburyDymondAliceof WakefieldWakefield.
1614ThornhillThomasof EllandTrigottAnn(17) of South Kirkbyeither place.
1614HartleyRobertof Ranfield [Ravenfield]KellumMaryof Cantleseither place.
1614HarhamRobertof Nun KeelingBrownsMaryof Atwickeither place.
1614BiltonWilliamof FewstonMidgleyIsabelof Kirkby-Overblowseither place.
1614HugginsonMichael SherborneElizabeth(18) alias Weddell, of St. Martin's, Coney St, York, Wid.St. Martin's, Coney St., York.
1614SmithJohnof HolmptonSewerbySittraof OwthorneHolmpton.
1614HopwoodRobertof WortleyCudworthSarahof Silkstoneeither place.
1614PecketRalphof Rise,(19)RawsonAnnof Martoneither place.
1614BanksWilliam RobinsonAliceof GiggleswickGiggleswick.
1614EllisJohnof St. Martin's, Coney St., YorkChesterMarthaof Womersley, Wid.either place.
1614GerardThomas(20) of Barnard Castle [dioc. Durham]BeaumontElizabethof Catton, Wid.Catton.
1614DowningThomas LewinsCatherineof DoncasterDoncaster.
1614LoganMichaelof St. Mary's, HullPateCatherineof Holy Trinity, HullSt. Mary's, Hull.

Both registers commence in 1654, Theophilus Chimley, matriculated at Trinity College, Oxford, in 1599, being then aged 19. In Torre's List, he is styled B.A., and was instituted Vicar of Hornsea, 7 August, 1607, on the resignation of his father (Y) the Rev. Robert Chimley, instituted to Hornsea, 26 June, 1518. He died in 1631. His wife was buried there 1 July, 1670, "being relieved," i.e. out of the poor's box. William Chimley, senior, buried 13 March, 1691-2, who left issue : George, buried 23 December, 1655, having had issue, and Theophilus, who married 29 September, 1670, Bridget Newsom, and was buried 24 Dec., 1674, were (most probably) his children. The latest entry of the name I have found is Fortune Chimley (née Raven, mar. 6 February, 1671-2), buried 9 July, 1727.
I presume this is the third son of Robert Dalton, of Myton, who died 24 June, 1626, by Elizabeth, daughter and co-heiress of Ralph Constable. Dugdale s Visitation, ed. Surtees Society, p. 143, says he died without issue. He was my first cousin, eight times removed.
Richard Thompson, of Kilham, and Ann, daughter of Edward Nelthorpe, of cot York. Dugdale's Visitation, 1665, p. 219.
Took place 12 October, 1614. Foster's Yorkshire Pedigrees; see Hunter's South Yorkshire, II. p. 447 ; Visitation, 1585, p. 304 ; Dugdale's Visitation., 1665 ; Surtees Society, p. 309. Her grandmother, Lucy Booth, lived and died at Rawcliffe, as her Inventory; taken 22 May, 1628, was filed in the Peculiar Court of Snaith. Sum, £196 133. 8d. She possessed "one duble gilt salt, 2 gilt bowies, 8 silver spoones, valued at £13 6s. 8d." Administration granted 3 March, 1628-4, to her daughter, Elizabeth Brightman, widow. Her husband's nephew, Stephen Trigott, of Rawcliffe, buried his wife Elizabeth, at Snaith, 21 July, 1617.
"Married October 9, 1614, Michael Hugginson, gentleman, and Elizabeth Weddell".
The marriages are unfortunately missing for 1614, the only year deficient in the register commencing in 1559, since the beginnings of Quene Elizabeth her happye reigns whome God long preserve," re-written in 1598. This licence proves that the Chapel of Marton, in the adjoining parish of Swine, (933 acres), in Kirk Garth, where the road makes a sudden band, or elbow, was then standing, and had parochial rights. The bell was hung in a tree about 1780-1790, but was carried to Swine; before which time, Marton had not paid any church rates; as Tradition affirms.
Took place 20 October, 1614, at Catton,

DateSurnameChristian nameCommentSurnameChristian nameCommentWhere to be married
1614HaldsworthRobert SugdenElizabethof BradfordBradford.
1614HunterRichardof GuiseleySykesElizabethof LeedsLeeds.
1614RemingtonRichard(21) of LundRidleyMaryof St. [John's], BeverleySt. [John's], Beverley.
1614AtkinsonWilliamof SkiptonMarshallIsabelof Kildwickeither place.
1614TempestStephen(22) of BroughtonThomlinsonAnnof Skiptoneither place.
1614ScargillWaran BrightJoanof SheffieldSheffield.
1614SpencerThomasof BarnboroughBroadheadMargaretof Thribergheither place.
1614GreenWilliam RichardsonAnnof HickletonHickleton.
1614GoldthorpeWilliam KayeElizabethof KirkburtonKirkburton.
1614HancockRichardof OttringhamHolmesAnnof Pauleither place.
1614JacksonRowlandof Windermoore, [dioc. Carlisle][Mawson] MoosonGraceof LeedsLeeds.
1614ThirkellJames BowerElizabethof Holy Trinity, HullHoly Trinity, Hull.
1614WrestNicholasof TickhillSimpsonFrancesof Brothertoneither place.
1614HoltRobert CravenMaryof BradfordBradford.
1614CookeLeonard(23) of SigglesthorneUrryCatherineof St. Margaret's, Yorkeither place.
1614ConyersFrancisgen.NutbrownIsabel Thorganby or Skipwith.
1614UllithorneRichard(24) of RiponDanbyAnnof Burnestoneither place.
1614BlakeThomas JacksonJaneof HovinghamHovingham.
1614KendrewRichard LeatheAgnesof South OtteringtonSouth Otterington.
1614HallThomasof SheffieldOakeMaryof RotherhamSheffield.
1614RogersonJohn BuckleDorothyof Holy Trinity, Goodramgate, YorkRipon, or Holy Trinity, Goodramgate, York.
1614BarkerRalphof TadcasterClaytonMargaretof SaxtonTadcaster.
1614EllingHenry MiddletonMaryof WomersleyWomersley.
1614BrowneRogerof GuisboroughTinsleyAlisonof Skeltoneither place.
1614HusbandWilliam ThompsonDorothyof YarmYarm.
1614HarrisonMichaelof HarwoodSavilleMaryof Halifaxeither place.
1614ClayJohn MarchantGraceof EllandHalifax or Elland.
1614BlenkhornEdwardof TerringtonWildenAnnof St. Crux, Yorkeither place.
1614StaveleyMiles FosterMaryof BridlingtonBridlington.
1614BucktonJohnof St. Sampson's, YorkGreggsMargaretof St. Helen's, Stonegate, Yorkeither place.

Took place 15 November, 1614, at St. John's, Beverley. For his pedigree see Dugdale's Visitation, ed. Surtees Society, p. 123. She was Mary, daughter of Christopher Ridley, Mayor of Beverley, 1600, by Isabel, d. Anthony Jackson, of Killingwoldgraves, baptized 5 June, 1594, at St. John's, Beverley.
He was son of Thomas Tempest, of Yellison, by Katherine Maude, grandson of Stephen Tempest, of Yellison, son of Edward, son of John, son of William Tempest, of Broughton, by Joan Metcalfe. Foster says Anne was widow of Thomas Thomlinson. I do not find that they were married at Skipton.
Took place 14 Nov. 1614, at St. Margaret's, York.
Took place 16 Nov. 1614, at St. Michael's-le-Belfrey, York. The rapidity of their entrance into matrimony reminds me of the old song "Come, haste to the wedding, ye friends and ye neighbours, the lovers their bliss can no longer delay!" He was of Sleningford, to the parish of Ripon, where he died in the year 1654. She was daughter of John Danby of Carethorp, by Margery [married 9 July, 1593, buried 12 June, 1607, at Masham], daughter of Marmaduke Wilson, Gentleman of West Tanfield, the benefactor of that township, 5 May, 1614, who entered his pedigree at St. George's Visitation of 1612 (p. 591 of Foster's edition), and was buried at Wath, 21 July, 1622. The granddaughter of Richard Ullithorne married William Wray, and was mother of Sir John Wray, Bart., of whom I am the heir, general and Representative.

DateSurnameChristian nameCommentSurnameChristian nameCommentWhere to be married
1614CowperRobertof Dewsbury?] HepworthE[lizabethof SilkstonDewsbury.
1614StephensonThomas CudworthElizabethof DartonDarton.
1614ParkerRalph GeldartCatherineof Holy Trinity, King's Court, YorkHoly Trinity, King's Court, York.
1614WhartonThomas(25) of St. Martin's, Coney St., York, gen.RemingtonThomasineven viri Richard Remington, Clk., A. M. Rect. de LockingtonLockington.
1614HarrisonRichardof AdwickShannElizabethof MethleyMethley.
1614TroutbeckRichardof PaulRawsonMagdalenof Preston-in-Holdernesseither place.
1614MillerGeorge IlesElizabethof EscrickEscrick.
1614FirbankJohnof BarmstonHungateElizabethof Burnbyeither place.
1614CooksonWilliam ProcterEllenof GiggleswickGiggleswick.
1614NobleAmbroseof HalifaxHoldsworthAnnof Skipton, Wid.Skipton.
1614PotterRichard BilbroughEdithof Barwick-in-ElmetBarwick-in-Elmet.
1614FawkesThomas(26)FawkesJaneWid., of OtleyOtley.
1614BirkbyWilliamof SherburnSmithElizabethof Wakefieldeither place.
1614DixonRalph GriffinJaneof OttringhamOttringham.
1614BeilbyJohnof StrensallGascoigneEllenof Stillington, Wid.either place.
1614BallsEdmund LongboneGraceWid., of HalifaxHalifax.
1614AnlabyFrancis(26)* of Thorpe BassetHungateElizabethof BirdsallBirdsall, or [Thorpe Basset?]
1614Crompton of [Driffield]Robert HaldenbyAnn(27) of FerribySkerne.
1614EastwoodThomas HalsteadMargaretWid., of Burnley [dioc. Chester]Burnley.
1614BaynePeterof FelixkirkRaperDorothyof Pickhilleither place.
1614FreemanThomasof St. Dennis, YorkEsheCatherineof HowdenSt. Dennis, York.
1614HarlestonClementof Wath (as asserted)LilleyJaneof Mexborougheither place.
1614CloughRobertof KellingtonCravenMargaretof Snaitheither place.
1614CookeRichard RokebyCatherine(28) of HothamHotham.

This marriage I have not found at either church, and I do not know who the bridegroom was. William Wharton, gentleman, was buried 13 March, 1614-5, from Mr. Edward Pulleyn's house, at St. Martin's, Coney St. William Wharton, parish clerk of St. Martin's, was buried 12 June, 1626, in York Minster. Thomasine Remington was a grand-daughter of my ancestor, Archbishop Matthew Hutton, by Beatrix Fincham, and was named after her aunt Thomasine Hutton, wife of Sir William Gee, of Bishop Burton. Her mother Elizabeth was buried 26 March, 1602 ; her father, 6 November, 1615, at Lockington. Her sisters Mary, Beatrix, and Elizabeth, were baptized in the years 1586, 1588, 1595, respectively; her brothers Matthew, Richard, and Henry, in 1559, 1590, 1593. Her brother Timothy lived to be eighty-eight.
It may be merely a coincidence, but see p. 142 for an identical entry.
* He was aged 15. 1612, Foster's Visitations, p. 486. She was daughter of William Hungate, of Birdsall, by Mary Sotheby. She was buried at Wintringham, 22 September, 1662
Robert Crompton, of Great Driffield, Dugdale's Visitation, 1665, Surtees Society p. 322, was buried at Cherry Burton, 10 September, 1646. Anne, daughter of Francis Haldenby, of Haldenby, by Elizabeth, daughter of Sir John Wentworth, of Elmsall, was his second wife. Doubtless the marriage took place at Skerne, but the marriage register of that parish is missing from 1610 to 1615. She was buried at Cherry Burton, 4 September, 1624, leaving three children: Thomas, baptized 29 August, 1619; John, baptized 6 March, 1620-1, at Skerne ; and her daughter Frances, afterwards wife of ...... Williamson, of Cottingham, baptized 11 August, 1623, at Bishop Burton. Robert Crompton's third wife, Keziah, daughter of Walter Strickland, of Boynton, by Frances Wentworth, was buried 7 December, 1667, at Cherry Burton. See " Best's Farming Book, Surtees Society. Notes on pp. 111 and 152.
There is no other Catherine of this name and date, except the daughter of George Rokeby, by Joan, daughter and co-heiress) Henry Rokeby, of Kirk Sandall. She might be resident in the house of her first cousin Dorothy Rokeby, wife of William Rokeby, of Hotham. This George appears without issue in Hunter's South Yorkshire, II. p. 102. But not so in Foster's Yorkshire Pedigrees. She was also first cousin to my own ancestress Anne, wife of Sir John Hotham, Baronet. See above, note on p. 372.

DateSurnameChristian nameCommentSurnameChristian nameCommentWhere to be married
1614ThomlinsonWilliamof OtleyKitsonRosamundof Calverleyeither place.
1614GibsonThomas HuntSibelof Swine-in-HoldernessSwine- in-Holderness.
1614DolliffGilesof WakefieldHeatherElizabethof WragbyWragby.
1614StarkeyJohnof Padiham [co. Lancaster]RadcliffeAnnof Ripponden, Wid.either place.
1614HobmanRichard(29) of WattonBaconCatherineof North Ferribyeither place.
1614CalvertWilliam HaughtonElizabethof SherburnSherburn.
1614HardyWilliamof St. Margaret's, YorkDealtryIsabelof Gate Helmsleyeither place.
1614WardeWilliam BoothMarthaof HalifaxHalifax.
1614CockleThomas(30) gen.HalleyBeatriceof St. Michael's, Spurriergate, YorkSt. Michael's, Spurriergate, York.
1614DansonJohnof Kirkby MalzeardBeaneSibelof RipleyKirkby Malzeard.
1614PrestonRichardof DunningtonShieldsJoanof Gate Fulford, Wid.Gate Fulford.
1614LevickJohn RevellMargaretof SheffieldSheffield.
1614CarrWilliam BarkerBarbaraof SheffieldSheffield.
1614MawerWilliamof Kirkby MalzeardHillEllenof BiltonBilton.
1614DanbyJohn(31) of LeakDavileDorothyof South Otterington, Wid.either place.
1614BeckwithNewark(32) of LofthouseFiskeMaryof FulfordFulford, or .....
1614LindleyJohnof Kirkby-OverblowsBiltonIsabelof Fewstoneither place.
1614RedmanDollorgen.FentonMargaretof AstonAston.
1614GreenhaughEdward TourneyMargaretof KirkdaleKirkdale.
1614RoadhouseRobertof HemsworthDoffanElizabethof NormantonHemsworth.
1614BreakesWilliamof FewstonSpurrittAliceof BurnsallBurnsall.
1614KiddMichaelof BurnsallGrangeJaneof RiponRipon.
1614GambleRobert WeightmanDorothyof St. Michael-le-Belfry, YorkSt. Michael- le-Belfrey, York.
1614MaudeEdmundof HalifaxHorsfallSusanof Heptonstalleither place.
1614GrimboldRobert BurnsallSarahof Holy Trinity, HullHoly Trinity, Hull, or St. Mary's, Hull.
1614of Darrington........ BullockCatherineof Pontefract.......
1614WorsleyWilliam(33) of AdlingfleetStringerElizabeth Whiston, or ..........
1614CrashawRichardof WoolleyCarterJudithof KirkheatonKirkheaton.

The earliest Will at York of this name, is that of Thomas Hobman, of Burnebutts, parish of Watton, 28 December, 1556. Next comes Agnes his widow, 26 January, 1563. John Hobman purchased the manor of Southall, in Hutton Cranswick, 24 May, 1569, of Edmund Skerne, of Bonby, co. Lincoln, and Edith his wife. And the same had dealings, 28 December, 1570, with Robert Hobman, of Burnebutts. [Deeds penes me. C. B. N.]
Took place 12 January, 1614-5.
Third son of Thomas Danby, by Ann Aungier. She was daughter of Thomas Talbot, of Ottrington, by Elizabeth Dent, and widow of William Deyvill, of Angram, son of Francis Deyvill, of Cuckwold. Foster's Visitations, pp. 292, 579 602.
See Dugdale's Visitation. Surtees Society, p. 383.
William Worsley, gentleman, was, I believe, Receiver to the Duchy of Lancaster, at Ousefleet, in 1605, and was buried 4 May, 1059. His son George married, 20 December, 1655,. Mary West, made his will 2 February, 1668-9, naming his eldest son George; his children, John, Thomas, and Mary. George baptized a son John, at Whitgift, 21 September, 1690, and his widow Mary was buried 3 August, 1728. The copyist of Dugdale's Visitation (Surtees Society, p. 28?), calls this lady Frances. Hunters South Yorkshire, II. p. 182, omits her altogether, but states her sister Frances to be wife of (Richard) Franklin, of Roche Abbey.

DateSurnameChristian nameCommentSurnameChristian nameCommentWhere to be married
1614CockThomasof RotherhamBrighamIsabelof St. Ellen (sic), [not at St. Helen's, Stonegate, York,] Wid.Rotherham.
1614ThompsonWilliam CockhillGraceof WakefieldWakefield.
1614RobinsonAmbroseof SessayDarnbroughDorothyof Crakeeither place.
1614SmithAndrew ViolettAnnof St. Dennis', YorkSt. Dennis', York.
1614DearmanLee DobsonAnnof DoncasterDoncaster.
1614BramleyRobert ClarkeIsabelWid., of CatwickCatwick.
1614BowerGeorgeof Manby, [dioc. Lincoln]SmithBarbaraof BraythwellBraythwell.
1614NunnesWilliamjun.WikesleySibelof MethleyMethley.
1614LancasterWilliamof HunsingoreRootsPriscillaof Biltoneither place.
1614BamforthJohn BeaumontAnnof BradfieldBradfield.
1614SmithMatthewof HalifaxBusbyAnnof Kirkby Overblowseither place.
1614Calverley(34)Michael SwaineMargaretWid., of CalverleyCalverley.
1614BayntonRalphof FostonCoatesCatherineof Burton Agnes 
1614HindRichard FranklandElizabethof Kirkby MalhamKirkby Malham.
1614FairfaxFrancis(35) of Acaster MalbisWilkinsonElizabethof All Saints, North St., York, Wid.All Saints', North St., York, or Acaster.
1614StrotherGeorge AkeMargaretof Nun KeelingNun Keeling.
1614ParkinsonJohn ParkerAnnWid., of SlaidburnSlaidburn.
1614NewsomeRichard(36) of FishlakeWormleyMaryof Warmsworth, Wid.Warmsworth.
1614Laycock(37)Barnaba GascoigneAnnof OtleyOtley.
1614LofthouseChristopherof CoverhamSothabyMargaretof KildwickKildwick.
1614ConyersJohn BrearcliffeElliciaWid., of ScarboroughScarborough.
1614BarnesWilliam ElsworthAnnof DoncasterDoncaster.
1614StaintonWilliamof EasingwoldSaundersIsabelof FulfordFulford.
1614TaylorJohnof KellingtonBramhamBarbaraof PontefractPontefract.
1614HargraveGeorgeof LeedsWarwickAnnof RiponLeeds.
1614SmithJohnof OswaldkirkWallerMaryof Sigstoneither place.
1614FoxHenry PalmerMaryof RaskelfRaskelf.
1614PickersgillGeorgeof SpofforthHallElizabethof Swillingtoneither place.
1614Hicks (38)George ShepherdPhillisof StonegraveStonegrave.
1614Watson (39)Thomas WhartonBridgetof All Saints', North St., YorkAll Saints, North St., York.
1614GeeLaurence RhodesAnnof SheffieldSheffield.
1614SmithGeorgeof St. Michael's, New MaltonEcclesfieldMargaretof Westow, Wid.either place (qu. Westow).
1614WittyPhilip(40) of Middleton-on-the-WoldsSmithsonMaryof Scorborougheither place.
1614ChickenWilliamof HothamPotterAliceof St. Mary's, Castlegate, Yorkeither place.
1614NicholsonJohnof BeverleyClarksonAliceof St. Martin's, Coney-St., YorkSt. Martin's, Coney-st., York.
1614KirkbyJohn WrightFrancesWid., of South CaveHotham or South Cave.
1614HorncastleThomasof SkelbrookRoystonMaryof Arkseyeither place.
1614BurnestonJohnof Pateley BridgeWightmanMargeryof St. Laurence, Yorkeither place.
1614RichardsonWilliam alias Rose HeyRosamundof St. Helen's, Stonegate, York, Wid.Pontefract or St. Helen's, Stonegate, York,

I cannot discover any one of that name in Foster's Yorkshire- Pedigrees, except the younger brother of my ancestor Thomas Calverley, of Littleburn, Temporal Chancellor of Durham, who died 19 September, 1613, aged 81. (See Flower's Visitation of Yorkshire, 1563. Harleian Society, 1881, note on p. 5.) As Michael would hardly be more than sixty- three in 1614, perhaps this was his second wife; but no trace of him is to be found in Margerison's Calverley Register.
Took place 9 February, 1614-5, at All Saints', North-street, York.
He was buried at Fishlake, 30 January, 1643-4, where his father Richard was buried, 8 April, 1600. She was daughter of Christopher Wormley, of Hull, by Elizabeth Hogg, of Marfleet and was living in 1628, when her uncle Thomas Wormley made his will. See " Priory and Peculiar of Snaith," p. 54. Their daughter and heiress, Margaret, was baptized at Riccall, 23. March, 1616-7, married there 12 April, 1642, her first cousin, Christopher Wormley, baptized at Riccall, 19 March, 1614-5, died 18 October, 1659, M.I., Barnby Don.
They had issue, Francis, baptized 24 Nov., 1617, Leonard, baptized 25 April, 1619, and Barnaby, baptized 27 October, 1622, at Otley.
Took place 21 February, 1614-5. They had issue, Isabel, Ann, and George, and he is described as "Clerk." George Hickes, Clerk, son of Ralph Hickes, of West Ness, was buried September, 1653; Ralph Hickes, of West Ness, 13 June, 1658.
Took place 21 February, 1614-5.
These Registers begin in 1678 and 1653 respectively. I believe this was his second wife, and that he is the person buried at Lund, 10 May, 1642, whose son George baptized a son Philip, 10 May, 1650, who was buried 22 May, 1659. John Witty, of Hull, wrote to Ralph Thoresby, F.R.S., 20 January, 1709-10, as to the origin of his family. See " Thoresby's Correspondence," 1832, Vol. II. p. 219.

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