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consumed was a very large hall, on the , coronation of King George III. On the pannels of the wainscoting of which was floor of the south side of the communion depicted the various arms and alliances of table is a plate of copper, on which is an the family through all its numerous and far- inscription to the memory of Sir Charles traced descents. The loss has been, in some Dymoke, knt. who was champion at the degree, compensated by the addition which coronation of King James II. At the eastern the late proprietors made to those parts end of the aisle are two tombs, on one of which escaped the ravages of the flames. which is the figure of a knight in chain Against the south wall of the chancel, in the armour, cross-legged, on the other that of a parish church of Scrivelsby, is a very hand- lady with a lion at her feet. By the side of some marble monument, ornamented with a these is the tomb of Sir Robert Dymoke, bust of the Hon. Lewis Dymoke, champion who was champion at the coronations of at the coronation of the two first sovereigns Richard III. HENRY VII. and HENRY VIII, of the House of Brunswick. On the north On the floor of the aisle is also a stone which side of the chancel is a marble tablet to the once contained a brass figure, with corner memory of the Hon. John Dymoke, who shields, and an inscription, all of which are performed the duties of champion at the I now gone.

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PAYNTER, JOHN, esq. of Boskenna, in the county of Cornwall, b. in 1790; s. to the estates upon the demise of his father.


He espoused Eleanor Wilton, and was s. by his son,

George PAYNTER, who m. 29th April, 1565, Anne Anthorne, and was father of

WILLIAM PAYNTER, esq. This gentleman

commenced, in the year 1658, the purchase o

of the present property in the deanery of Buryan for his second son.

He m. Mary
Keigwin, and had issue,

1. ARTHUR, of Trelissick, who m. Sarah
Praed, and was s. by his son,
Francis, who m. his first cousin,

Margaret, daughter of Francis
Paynter, esq. of Boskenna, and

had an only daughter and heiress, This family settled at a remote era at

MARY, of Trelissick, who esLithney, in the county of Cornwall, where

poused John Hearle, esq. the monuments of its members are numerous.

and had three daughters (coIt afterwards acquired Deverell, in the

heiresses), one of whom m. neighbouring parish of Gwinear; and, sub

Captain Wallis, the circumsequently, Trelissick, in the adjoining dis

navigator; another, Henrytrict of St. Erth.

Hawkins Tremayne, esq. of WILLIAM CAMBORNE, alias PAYNTER, of

Heligan, and was mother of Deverell, obtained, in 1569, a grant of the

the late member for Cornarmorial ensigns now borne by this family.

wall; and the third, Jane,

espoused Colonel Francis m. Mary, daughter of Gully, esq. and
Rodd, of Trebartha, and was was s. by his son,
mother of the present Fran JAMES PAYNTER, esq. of Boskenna, who
cis Hearle Rodd, esq. of espoused Betty, daughter of Wether-

head, esq. and had issue,
2. FRANCIS, of whom we are about to John, his heir.

Thomas, who m. Anne, daughter of W. The second son,

Moody, esq. of Kingsdon, SomersetFRANCIS PAYNTER, esq. of Boskenna, m.

shire, and has issue. Margaret, daughter of Pawlett, esq. of Mr. Paynter was s. at his decease by his Kilborn, in Middlesex, and had issue, elder son, the present John PAYNTER, esq. FRANcis, his successor.

of Boskenna. Margaret, m. to her cousin, Francis

Arms—Az. three blocks arg. each charged Paynter, esq. of Trelissick, and had with an annulet sa. (granted 22nd July, issue.

1569). Mr. Paynter was s. at his decease by his Crest-Three broken broad arrows, or,

knit with a lace and mantled gu. doubled FRANCIS Paynter, esq. of Boskenna, who

arg m. Mrs. Mary Hawkey, and was father of Estate-Boskenna, in the deanery of another

Buryan, Cornwall.
Francis PAYNTER, esq. of Boskenna, who Seat-Boskenna, near Penzance.



ALLAN, WILLIAM, esq. of Blackwell Grange, in the county Palatine of Durham, b. 21st May, 1796, s. to the estates upon the demise of his relative, George Allan, esq., 21st July, 1828.


GEORGE Allan, esq. of Yarm, in Yorkshire, (second son of William Allan, esq. of Brock house), m. a daughter of Clifton, and had (with other children, who d. s. p.)

1. THOMAS, (eldest son) b. in 1651, of

Newcastle-upon-Tyne, who amassed
a large fortune in the colleries, and
purchased estates, a part of which
still retains the name of Allan's Flatts,
near Chester le Street. He left four

1. John, who d. unmarried.
2. George, of Newcastle-upon-

Tyne, who d. 5th October, 1729,

leaving four daughters, his coThis is a branch of the ancient family of

heirs, viz. Allan of Buckenhall and Brockhouse, in

Anne, m. to William Hicks, the county of Stafford.

surgeon of Chatham Hospi

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tal, and had a son, George by government contracts, built Black-
Hicks, M.D. of Stable-yard, well Grange. He d. in 1743, leaving
St. James's.

(with a daughter, Hannah, who m.
Catherine, m. to Capt. Richard Farrow Eden, esq. of Darlington, and
Pidgeon, and d. in 1786.

d. in 1778) an only surviving son, Susan, d. unmarried, 1781.

GEORGE, of Blackwell Grange, who Rachael, d. unmarried.

espoused, in 1717, Thomasine, 3. Lionel, an eminent merchant, at

daughter and co-heiress of ArRotterdam, who m. Susan, eldest

thur Prescott, esq. of Blackwell, daughter of John Colville, esq.

in the county of Durham, and d. of Whitehouse, in the county of

31st July, 1753, leaving three Durham, and sister to Camilla,

daughters, his co-heirs, viz. countess of Tankerville, by whom

1. Dorothy, d. unmarried, in (who d. 11th January, 1782, at

1760. the advanced age of 92) he had

2. Catherine, d. unmarried, in issue,

1753, and buried with great John, who was killed by a fall

funeral pomp, in Darlington from his horse.

Charles, sometime of Rotter-

3. Anne, who eventually bedam, afterwards of the city

came sole heiress. She d. in of Norwich, who left by his

October, 1785, and devised wife, Hannah, daughter of

all her estates in Durham - Brown, two daughters, his

and Yorkshire to her cousin, co-heirs, viz; Susannah, m.

and nearest male relation of to — Littledale, esq. and the

her name, James Allan, esq. younger, m. to M. Jackas,

of Darlington. The memory of Holland.

of this lady, who was long 4. Thomas, of Allan's Flatts, who

distinguished for her benes. to the bulk of his father's pro

volence and extensive chariperty, was one of the principal

ties, is so much and desercoal-owners on the river Wear.

vedly revered at Darlington, Mr. Allan d. universally lament

that her portrait hangs over ed, in 1740, leaving four daugh

the chimney-piece of every ters his co-heirs, (who conveyed

respectable parlour in that the whole of their father's great

place. wealth to their respective hus 11. Robert (seventh son), who d. at Anbands) viz.

tigua, leaving an only daughter and Susan, m. to Ralph Jennison,

heiress, Elizabeth, who m. Burke, esq. of Walworth Castle, in

esq. and had an only daughter and the county of Durham, M.P.

heiress, who espoused John Blake, for Northumberland, and

esq. master of the stag hounds to

iv. NICHOLAS (eighth son), of whom King GEORGE II.

presently. Margaret, m. to Jenison Shasto,

v. James (ninth son), d. young. esq. of Wratting Park, in The eighth son of George Allan, of Yarm, the county of Cambridge, Nicholas ALLAN, esq. of Staindrop, in the

M.P. for Leominster. county of Durham, m. in 1691, Elizabeth, Dorothy, m. to James Garland, only dau. of William Sober, esq. of Cocker

esq. of Michael Stow Hall, ton, county of Durham, (son of Robert Sober,

in the county of Essex. esq. of Nestfield, in the latter shire, which Camilla, m. to Robert Shafto, estate descended to the Allans) and had

esq. of Benwell, in the fourteen children, upon the youngest of

county of Northumberland. whom II. George (sixth son), b. in 1663, who JAMES ALLAN, esq. of Blackwell Grange,

settled at Darlington, as a general the family estates eventually devolved. This merchant, and making a large fortune gentleman espoused Elizabeth, daughter of

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William Pemberton, esq.* by Elizabeth,

Robert-Henry, F.S.A. of Newdaughter of John Killinghall, esq. of Mid

bottle House, and of Durdeton St. George, in the county of Durham,

ham, the author of a history descended from John de Kyllynghall, who

of the city of Durham, &c. d. seised of the manor of Nether Middleton,

b. 22nd January, 1802. in 1417, and whose son and heir, John Kil

John-Edward, b. 25th June, lynghall, m. Beatrice, daughter of John

1803 Clervaux, of Croft, in Yorkshire, esq. re

George-Thomas, b. 11th Ocpresentative of that ancient Norman family.

tober, 1804. Mr. Allan d. in 1790, seised, (besides leaving

James, b. 2nd December, 1807. a large personal property,) for term of life

Elizabeth-Anne, m. 21st May, and in fee, of estates at Blackwell Grange, Polam Hill Farm, Dodmires, Darlington,

1832, to Benjamin Dunn, Hill House, Nestfield, &c. in the county of

esq. of Harworth, in the Durham, and of the manors or lordships of

county of Durham.

Anne. Nether Worsall, Appleton-upon-Wiske, and

Johanna-Mary. Barton, and estates at Ergholme, and a moiety of the manor of Dalton-upon-Tees,


Caroline-Jane, m. 28th Sepin the North Riding of the county of York, and left issue,

tember, 1831, to William

Hunter Burne, esq. capt. in GEORGE, his successor.

the Durham militia, grandJames, d. unmarried, 26th September,

son of Charles Burne, esq. 1800.

by Philadelphia, daughter Robert, of Sunniside, in the county of

and co-heiress of Thomas Durham, lord of the manor of Barton,

Lambton, esq. of Hardwick, in the county of York, and of the

in the county of Durham, manor of Ingleton, and of estates at

great grandson of Sir WilBishop Wearinouth, Nestfield, &c.,

liam Lambton, of Lambton, Durham. He m. Elizabeth, one of

knt. slain at Marston Moor, the daughters and co-heiresses of

(ancestor of the present Lord Robert Harrison, a wealthy merchant

Durham). at Sunderland, and dying 28th March,

2. John, of Blackwell, in the county 1806, possessed of a large personal

of Durham, M.A. a justice of the property, left issue,

peace for that shire, as well as for 1. Robert, of Newbottle, in the

the North Riding of the county county of Durham, b. 10th April,

of York. This gentleman, who 1769, who m. Hannah, third dau.

is lord of the manor of Barton, of Wm. Havelock, ship-owner,

in Yorkshire, and owner of esand sister of William Havelock,

tates at Blackwell, Nestfield, &c. esq. late of Ingress Park, Kent,

in the County Palatine, was b. (which he sold to government for

29th August, 1778. upwards of £70,000,) and left at

3. Elizabeth, m. to John Maling, his demise, 27th December, 1813,

esq. of Hylton, in the county of WILLIAM, who s. to Blackwell

Durham, and d. in 1810.
Grange at the demise of his

4. Anne, d. unmarried in 1807. relative George Allan, esq.

5. Mary, m. 13th June, 1802, to 21st July, 1828, and is the

John-Henry Johnson, esq. a cap

tain in the north York militia. The eldest son,

GEORGE ALLAN, esq. of Blackwell Grange, By this marriage the manor and lordship of F.S.A. who is designated in Sir John PrestBarton, in the county of York, came to the Allans,

wick's Respublica, as a learned, studious, William Pemberton was great-grandson of John and careful preserver of English antiquities, Pemberton, esq. of Aislaby, and his wife, Isabel and a favourer of literature ;” and by Mr. Grey, grandaughter of Sir Ralph Grey, knt. of Surtees as an eminent antiquary and colChillingham, ancestor of the present Earl Grey. lector, was born 7th June, 1736. Besides



several learned and valuable publications of family estates devolved, as stated above, his own, which were printed at his private upon his relative, WILLIAM ALLAN, esq. now press, at Blackwell Grange, Mr. Allan ge- of Blackwell Grange. nerously assisted, and was the patron and

Arms—QUARTERLY OF EIGHT. original promoter of Mr. Hutchinson's His

ALLAN — Sa. a cross potent quarter tory of Durham. He m. 18th September,

pierced or, charged with four guttes 1766, Anne, only daughter and heiress of

de sang, in chief two lions' heads James Colling Nicholson, esq. of Scruton, in

erased of the second, all within a the county of York, and had issue,

bordure ingrailed erminois. GEORGE, his successor.

PemberTON—Ar. a chevron ermine beJames, b. 27th February, 1772, a capt. tween three griffins' heads couped sa.

in the 29th regiment of foot, d. of the HINDMARSH–Gu. in a marsh, a hind yellow fever, in the island of Grenada,

lodged ppr. 28th May, 1795.

KilliNGHALL-Gu. a bend raguly arg. Anne, m. to John Wright, esq. of Bolton between three garbs or.

on-Swale, in the county of York, and HERDEWYK-Or a maunch sa. between
d. in 1797, leaving two sons and two three martlets gu.

LAMBTON-Sa. a fess between three Elizabeth, m. in November, 1791, to

lambs passant arg. a trefoil gu, on Seymour Hodgson, esq. of Richmond,

the fess, for cadency. in the county of York.

DoDSWORTH—Ar. a chevron sa.charged Hannah, d. young.

with three bezants or, between three Dorothy, d. unmarried, 18th September,

bugle-horns, stringed of the second. 1821.

Crest-A demi-lion rampant arg. ducally Mr. Allan d. 18th May, 1800, and was s. by crowned gu. holding in the dexter paw a his elder son, George Allan, esq. of Blackwell Grange, nister paw a radder of the second.

cross potent or, and supporting with the siM.A., F.S.A., a gentleman, not more dis

Motto-Fortiter gerit crucem. tinguished for his literary talents than for an elegant, accomplished, and generous mind.

Estates — The manors or lordships of In 1813, upon the retirement of Mr. Ralph Nether Worsall, otherwise Low Worsall, of Lambton, Mr. Allan, after a long and severe Appleton-upon-Wiske; estates at Eryholme, contest, was elected a representative in par- and a moiety of the manor or lordship of liament for the city of Durham.* 'He m. Dalton-upon-Tees, in the North Riding of Prudence, daughter of William Williams, the county of York. At Blackwell Grange, esq. but had no issue. Mr. Allan, who was Polam Hill Farm, Dodmires, Darlington, a justice of the peace and deputy of the Hill House, &c. in the county Palatine. Ali county of Durham, d. at St. Omer, in France, these possessions, excepting the manor or 21st July, 1828, and leaving no issue, the lordship of Appleton - upon-Wiske, pur

chased by Miss Ann Allan, were acquired * The numbers at the close of the poll were

by George Allan, esq. who was b. in 1663. For Mr, Allan


Seat-Blackwell Grange, in the county of Mr. Baker



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