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this last encountree with the ennemie. Like RALPH, his heir. as for your parte ye have shewed therein a Thomas, of Newcastle on Tyne, who good knowledge of your duty bothe towards married Miss Margaret Wilkinson, us and your countrey moche to our conten

of Durham, and had several children. tacon-So have wee thoughte it convenyent They all died s.p. except a daughter, for this your good service by our lies to

Crawforth, esq. and a son, give unto you our heartye thanks and will Richard-Jedidiah, who, by his third not fayle upon your contynewance in this wife, Margaret, daughter of Michael your well doinge to have you in our good Clark, esq. of Yorkshire, left four remembrance as occasion shall serve not daughters, Isabel, the wife of Ralph doubting but as you shewed your selfe will Bates, esq. of Halliwell ; Esther, of ing and forward in our good servyce, so

C. Fenwick, esq. ; Mary, m. to the ye will continue and be ready from tyme to

Rev. John Ellison ; and Margaret, to tyme to follow the directions of our said the Rev. L. Farrington. cousyn in all things that shall touche our Margaret, m. to William Watson, esq. servyce there—Given under our signet at of Bedlington. our mansion of St. James, the 27th of November, the fourthe and fyvethe yeares of

Barbara,} both died young our Reignes.”

Zersbabel, d. unm. in 1638.

Isabel. "To our trustye and welbiloved

Catherine. Thomas Baytes, gentleman.”

Mr. Bates died in 1638, and was buried at Thomas Baytes was subsequently, during Earsdon, being succeeded by his eldest son, the reign of Elizabeth, appointed super Ralph Bates, esq. of Halliwell, East visor of all his Majesty's houses, lordships, Hartford, &c. in the county of Northummanours, lands, and tenements in North berland, baptized at Earsdon, 29th August, umberland. In Bishop Barnes book he is 1613, who transmitted in 1666 to the Herald's styled deputed patron by the queen, of the Office a pedigree of his family. He m. rectory of Whalton, and on the 9th of Margaret, daughter of Thomas Chatour or August, 1579, he presented Robert Bella Challoner, of Butterby, in the palatine of my, Clk. doctor of physic to that rectory. Durham, and had, with four daughters, three His son and heir,

Robert Bates, esq. of Morpeth, Mil Ralph, his heir. bourne, &c. held four messuages and ap Mark, b. in 1653, who married Eleanor, purtenances in Melbourne, of the queen, as relict of — Pye, of Morpeth, but died of her Majesty's barony of Mitford, in without issue, 23rd August, 1708. capite, and by service of a moiety of one Andrew, b. in 1655, who m. a daughter knight's fee. He died in the 37th ELIZA

of Matthew Whitfield, esq. of WhitBETH, and was s. by his son,

field Hall, in Northumberland, and CUTHBERT BATEs, esq. of Halliwell, who had issue. wedded Elizabeth, daughter of Ogle, Mr. Bates died 11th March, 1690, aged esq. of Bebside, and had issue,

seventy-eight, and was s. by his eldest son, Thomas, his heir.

Ralph BATEs, esq. of Halliwell, baptized Cuthbert,capain of a foot company under 16th February, 1646, who m. first, 29th

the command of William, marquess May, 1677, Margaret, daughter of Robert of Newcastle. He fell at the siege Bewicke, esq. of Close House, in Northum

of York, in 1644, unmarried. berland, and had by her (who died in 1680) John, who d. unm. in 1599, and was

two sons, buried at Earsdon.

THOMAS, his heir. Dorothy, m. to Middleton, esq. of Ralph, b. 4th March, 1679, who died Silswicke.

unmarried in 1683. Isabel, m. to Martin Fenwick, esq. o. Mr. Bates wedded secondly, 31st July, 1683, Brinkley.

Anne,* relict of John Hedworth, esq. of Catherine, m. to George Bindlosse,

esq. of Newcastle on Tyne. Cuthbert Bates died 2nd February, 1602, and was buried in the parish church of

This lady was daughter of William James, Earsdon, in Northumberland. He was s.

esq. of Washington, in Durham (grandson of by his eldest son,

Dr. James, Bishop of Durham). By her first Thomas Bates, esq. of Halliwell, born had two daughters, co-heirs of their father, viz.

husband, John Hedworth, esq. of Harraton, she in 1596. This gentleman, a grand juror in Dorothy HEDWORTH, who wedded, in 1696, 1627, was prosecuted for recusancy. He wedded Dorothy, fourth daughter of Mark

Ralph Lambton, esą, and had with other

issue, a son, Errington, esq. of Pont Island, by whom

John LAMBTON, esq. who became even(who died in 1663) he had issue,

tually of Lambton Castle. This gen

Harraton, in the county of Durham, by his cousin, Isabel, eldest daughter of Riwhom (who espoused for her third husband, chard Bates, esq. of Newcastle-on-Tyne, John Shafto, esq. of Bavington) and had and bad further issue, issue,

1. RALPH, his heir. William, born at Harraton, 2nd July,

11. Thomas, b. 3rd December, 1735, 1684, who died without issue in 1705.

who m. in February, 1770, Elizabeth, RALPH, eventual inheritor.

daughter of

Clutterbuck, esq. of Margaret, m. to W. Potter, esq.

Warkworth, and dying, 26th August, Anne, m. to Christopher Teesdale, esq. 1794, left, with younger children, a of Knipe Hall, Westmoreland, and

son, hence springs the present Colonel

Thomas, a lieutenant-colonel in Sir George Teesdale, C.B. First Dra

the army, who m. a daughter of goons.

Sir Robert Waller, bart. and The eldest son and heir,

has two sons and seven daughThomas Bates, esq. of Halliwell, born

ters. 15th May, 1678, succeeded to the estates on

III. Mary, b. 17th April, 1726, who m. the demise of his father, who was unfortu

in 1754, Henry Wilson, esq. of Newnately drowned in the river Tyne at New

bottle, and had issue, castle, 22nd July, 1695. Dying himself,

Thomas Wilson, who died young. however, without issue, 19th June, 1734, the

Isabella Wilson, who m. General possessions of the family devolved upon his

Maxwell, (now Sir William only surviving half-brother,

Maxwell, bart. of Calderwood,) RALPH BATES, esq. of Halliwell, in North

and died in 1829, leaving four umberland, and of Newbottle, in the pala

sons, tinate, b. 8th January, 1688. This gentle

William Alexander Maxwell, man m. first, 6th May, 1714, Mary, daughter

major in the First Dragoon of John Bacon, esq. of Staward, in North

Guards. umberland, by whom (who died in March,

Robert Maxwell. 1723) he had issue,

Henry Maxwell.
1. Anne, b. 21st October, 1715, m, to
the Rev. Charles Stoddart, afterwards

Hugh Bates Maxwell, who m.

his cousin, Miss Hunter. rector of Whalton, and left issue at

IV. Estber, m. to Richard Wharton, her decease in 1787. Her eldest daughter, Mary, wedded - Erring

esq. and died in 1794 s.p. ton, esq. of the Chesters, and had

v. Elizabeth, died unmarried in 1747. issue.

VI. Dorothy, who m. first, William

Clayton, esq. of Newcastle, mayor in II. Isabella, b. 16th July, 1717, who m.

1755, and had one son, Ralph ClayWilliam Watson, esq. of Newcastleon-Tyne, and her great grandson,

ton, serjeant-at-law, now deceased, William Watson, esq. of North

and two daughters, Isabella, m. to

R. Walters, esq. and Anne, relict of Seaton, in Northumberland, es

Dr. Moorhouse. Mrs. Clayton wedpoused, in 1831, the Hon. Geor

ded secondly, - Brick, esq. and died giana Beresford, eldest daughter

in 1778, leaving another daughter. of Lord Decies, and has issue. JII. Margaret, b. in 1718, who m. Cuth

VIII. Deborah, } both died young.
bert Watson, esq. of Coupen, and
died leaving issue. The eldest son

Ralph Bates, of Halliwell, a very active wedded Miss Watson of North Seaton, magistrate, died 23rd November, 1754, and and had two daughters, Mrs. Purvis

was buried at St. Dunstan's in the West, and Mrs. Errington.

London. His elder son and successor, iv. Mary; } both died in infancy.

Ralph Bates, esq. born 14th May, 1730,

served the office of high sheriff for NorthMr. Bates wedded secondly, 20th May, 1725, umberland in 1762. He m. first, 16th July,

1759, Jane Mitford, by whom (who died in childbed, 6th May, 1760) he had an only

daughter, tleman, who was a major-general in Isabella-Jane, who m. in 1786 the Rev. the army, and M.P. for Durham, es

Henry Ingilby, brother to the late poused, in 1763, Susan, daughter of Sir John Ingilby, bart. of Ripley Thomas, Earl of Strathmore, and the

Castle, and died leaving four sons grandson of this marriage is the pre

and five daughters. sent John George, EARL OF DURHAM. ELIZABETH HEDWORTH, m. to Sir William

1. Henry Ingilby, in holy orders, Williamson, bart. of Markham, and their

who m. Miss M‘Dowal, and has grandson is the present Sir HEDWORTH

issue. WILLIAMSON, bart.

2. William-Bates Ingilby.

}

3. Mitford Ingilby, deceased. Ralph Bates, esq. of Milbourne Hall, 4. Richard Ingilby.

Halliwell, &c. born 22nd October, 1764, for 5. Lucy Ingilby.

many years lieutenant-colonel of the 6th 6. Esther Ingilby.

Enniskillen Dragoons. This gentleman, 7. Anne Ingilby.

colonel-commandant of the southern regi8. Isabella Ingilby.

ment of Northumberland Local Militia, a 9. Emily Ingilby, deceased. justice of the peace, and deputy-lieutenant, Mr. Bates espoused secondly, in 1762, Anne, served the office of sheriff for the county in sister of the late Henry Ellison, esq. of 1812. He wedded, 4th December, 1798, Hebburn Hall, and had further issue, his second cousin, Sarah, third daughter of Ralph, his heir.

the late Rev. Nathaniel Ellison, vicar of Thomas, both died unmarried.

Bolam and Doddington, by Jane, his wife, Henry,

daughter and heiress of Colonel Furye, Richard, who was killed on board the of Faringdon, Berks, and had three sons

Argo, man of war, by a cannon shot, and as many daughters, viz.
in an engagement with two French

RALPH, his heir.
ships of war in the West Indies in Nathaniel.
1783.

Robert, died in infancy in 1807.
Robert, deceased.

Jane Anne. Cuthbert.

Sarah. Hannah, who wedded, in 1786, John Georgiana.

Hunter, esq. of Lisburn, Ireland, and Colonel Bates died 6th June, 1813, and was had issue,

buried in the family vault at St. Andrew's, John Hunter, who m. Miss Sarah Newcastle-on-Tyne. He was succeeded by

Story, of Lackington Hall, Lei- his eldest son, the present RALPH BATES, cestershire, and has two daugh- esq. of Milbourne Hall.

ters. Ralph Bates Hunter, in holy or Arms---Sa. a fesse engrailed or, between

ders, present rector of Whalton, three dexter hands couped at the wrist
Northumberland,

bendways, arg.
George Hunter.
Henry Hunter,who m. Miss Byrne, hand a willow wand.

Crest---A naked man holding in his dexter and has a son.

Motto--- Et manu et corde.
William Hunter.
Mary Anne Barbara Hunter, m. Estates---Milbourne, East and West Cold-
to her cousin, Hugh Bates Max- coats, Holywell, East Hartford, and Whal-

ton Rectory, all in Northumberland; with Anna Hunter, who died young.

a small freehold (conjointly with Mr. Burrell, of Broome Park) at Heighington, in

the county of Durham, Mary-Anne, m, in 1795 to the Rev. Seat---Milbourne Hall. The old mansion

John Fawcett, and had issue, John house at Holywell or Halliwell is now ocFawcett, a magistrate for the county cupied by some of Mr. Bates's tenants. The of Durham, and four other sons and present residence, Milbourne Hall, was four daughters.

erected in 1810. It is situated eleven miles Mr. Bates, the sheriff of Northumberland in N.W. of Newcastle-on-Tyne, in the parish 1762, died 2nd August, 1783, and was s. by of Ponteland. his eldest son,

well, esq.

Elizabeth, } both died unmarried.

CALDECOTT, OF RUGBY.

CALDECOTT, THOMAS, esq. of Rugby Lodge, in the county of Warwick, barrister-at-law, b. 6th October, 1798, m. 8th January, 1828, Ann-Catherine, eldest daughter of the late Lieutenant-colonel James West, of the Royal Artillery, and has issue,

1. Thomas, b. 3rd October, 1831. 2. Elizabeth.
3. Emily.

4. Ellen. Mr. Caldecott inherited the estates at the decease of his father in 1829. He is a magistrate and deputy-lieutenant for the county of Warwick.

Lineage.

Sir Thomas Ward, knt. of Guils

borough, who d. unm. Mary-Ward, m. to John Shuck

burgb, esą.
Elizabeth-Ward, m. to Richard

Ward, esq.
Ann-Ward, m. to John Lucas, esq.
was mother of the present
William-Zouch LUCASWARD,

esq. of Guilsborough, (refer

to p. 379.) Mr. Caldecott died in 1720, and was s. by

his son,

Thomas CALDECOTT, esq. who espoused Mrs. Elizabeth Cheney, daughter of John Pettet, esq. of Dartford, in Kent, and had issue,

Thomas, barrister-at-law, who d. s. p.

WILLIAM. From

Merice, m. to Abraham Turner, esq. Thomas Calcott, of Abingdon, Berks, and died in 1790. lineally descended

Matilda. THOMAS Calcott, esq. of Barrow and Mary. Whitwell, in the county of Rutland, for The only surviving son, many years in the commission of the peace William CALDECOTT, esq. of Rugby, for Leicestershire. He espoused first, wedded first, Elizabeth, daughter of the Agnes, daughter of Richard House, of Rev. Peter Senhouse, of Linton, in the West Wycombe, Bucks, by whom he had county of Hereford, (see p. 216) and had several children, who all died s. p. He issue, married, secondly, Abigail, daughter of

Thomas, of Dartford, in Kent, barristerJohn Huggeford, esq. of Henwood Hall, in

at-law, bencher of the Middle Temthe county of Warwick, and left by her, (who died in April, 1681),

ple, who m. Charlotte, daughter of

James Pool, esq. of Hornead, in Thomas, his heir.

Herefordshire, by whom (who died Elizabeth, m. to Theophilus Aylmer, in 1790) he had no issue, esq.

Peter, who died young, in 1745. . Abigail, m. to Christopher Bradgate, Mr. Caldecott m. secondly, Anna, relict of

William, who died s. p. in 1777. esq.

William Boughton, esq. and daughter of Mr. Calcott died in 1643, and was s. by his Deacon, esq. of Market Bosworth, by whom son,

(who died in 1783) he had THOMAS Calcott, or CALDECOTT, esq. John, of Holbrook Grange, in the of Calthorpe, in the county of Leicester, county of Warwick, who m. first, a justice of the peace for that shire, and Mary Letitia, daughter of Benjamin high sheriff in 1665. He m. first, Mary, Sutton, esq. and relict of — Brooke, daughter of Alexander Prescott, esq. of esq. and secondly, Anne, daughter of Thooby Abbey, Essex, by whom (who died Richard Stephens, esq. in August, 1681) he had with other issue, Charles, d. unm. Thomas, his successor. Mr. Caldecott wed

Samuel, of Melton Mowbray, b. in ded secondly, Mrs. Eleanor Pratt, but had 1759, who m. Miss Elizabeth Campno child by that lady. He died in 1702-3,

bell, and has issue. and was s. by his eldest son,

ABRAHAM, of whom presently. Thomas Caldecott, esq. of Calthorpe, b. Mary, died unm. in 1652, who m. Maud, daughter of John Catherine, who m. the Rev. John ParEvans, esq. of Northampton, and had issue, ker, of Newbold-on-Avon, in WarTHOMAS, his heir.

wickshire, and was mother of the Mary, who m. John Ward, esq. of

Rev. John Thomas Parker, of NewGuilsborough, sheriff for North bold-on-Avon, who wedded Anna, amptonshire in 1730, and had

daughter of Sir Grey Skipwith, bart.

Arabella, m. to the Rev. Dr. James, Charles-Marriott, in the East India D.D.

Company's Service. The fourth son by the second marriage,

Caroline. ABRAHAM Caldecott, esq. b. 21st August, Mr. Caldecott died 8th September, 1829, 1763, purchased in 1801, the manor of and was s. by his eldest son, the present Rugby, in Warwickshire, and subsequently Thomas CALDECOTT, esq. of Rugby Lodge. divers lands in the counties of Northampton and Oxford. He m. 4th January, 1797, Arms—Arg. a fesse az. fretty or, between Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late Rev. three cinquefoils gu. Dr. Marriott of Cotesbatch, in Leicester Crest-A demi-lion rampant gu. charged shire, and had issue,

on the shoulder with a cinquefoil arg. THOMAS, his heir.

Estates—Rugby, in Warwickshire, and John-Marriott, who retired from the Rothersthorpe, Clipstone and Stutsbury, in army in 1825.

Northamptonshire. William-Marriott, in holy orders. Seat-Rugby Lodge. Robert-Marriott, also in orders.

THOMAS, OF LLANON.

THOMAS, REES GORING, esq. of Llanon, in the county of Carmarthen, and of

Tooting, in Surrey, b. 26th May, 1801, m. 2nd March,
1824, Caroline, youngest daughter of William Esdaile,
esq. of Lombard Street, in the city of London, and grand-
daughter of the late Sir James Esdaile, knt. by whom he
has issue,

REES-GORING, b. 21st November, 1824.
William-Esdaile, b. 25th January, 1826.
Morgan, b. 29th October, 1831.
Caroline-Sarah.

Louisa-Frances.
Mr. Thomas s. his father, in 1821, and served the office
of sheriff for Carmarthenshire in 1830.

Lineage.

The surname of this family was originally thenshire, by whom (who died in 1727) he TREHEARN, but by one of those changes had issue, formerly common amongst the Welsh, it Rees Thomas, esq. of Llettymaur, born became as now borne, Thomas. It appears in 1680. He m. in 1709, Mary, daughter to have been located on an estate called of William King, esq. of Mansaint, near Llettymaur, in the parish of Llanon, county Kidwelly, and died in 1759, leaving, of Carmarthen, prior to the reign of ELIZA

1. Rees, of Llettymaur, b. in 1710, BETH. The estates was possessed in 1579,

who died s. p. 17th November, 1777. by

11. David, of Llwydeved, in Llanon, TRAHERNE THOMAS, whose son,

b. in 1717, who m. Deborah, daughRees Tranerne, of Llettymaur, espoused, ter of David Rees, esq. of Brynynyd, in 1610, Helen John, of Mydfwch, in Gla

and left issue, morganshire, and was succeeded by his son,

John Thomas, esq. of Llwydeved, Thomas Rees TRAHERNE, esq. of Lletty

who m. Miss Anne Davies, and maur, born in 1612, who m. Margaret Bowen,

dying in 1812, left one son, who of Marchoglwyn, in the parish of Llanon,and

died issueless, 7th August, 1821, left, with a daughter, a son and successor,

and one daughter, Rees Thomas, esq. of Llettymaur. This

ANNE-DAVIES THOMAS, who gentleman espoused Sarah Powell, of Pen

m. in 1819, Thomas Lloyd, treardd, in the parish of Llanelly, Carmar

esq. of Brenwydd, in Car

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