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William Beckwith, esq. of Beckwith in 1364, who m. a daughter of Sir Gerard Ufflet, and was s. by his sūti, Thomas Beckwith, esq. who was seised of Clint, the manor of Magna Otrington, and of Hornby juxta Thurske, which lands were holden of John, Lord Mowbray, of the manor of Thurske, 4 Rich ARD II. He m. a daughter of John Sawley, esq. of Saxton, and had issue, William, his heir. John, m. Amye, daughter of Arthur Chambers, esq. and d. s. p. m. Anne, n. to John Chancy, esq. and had Thomas Chancy. Julian Chancy. Ellen, n. to John Vavasour, esq. of Weston. This lady made her will in the 2nd HENRY WII. He was s. by his elder son, William Beck with, esq. of Clint, who m. a daughter of Sir John Baskervile, knt. and was s. by his son, Thomas Beck with, esq. of Clint, who m. the daughter and heir of Sir William Hasterton, knt. and in her right enjoyed the third part of the manors of Filey-Maston and Thorp. He had issue, Thomas, his successor. William (Sir), successor to his brother. John, m. the daughter of Thomas Ratcliff, of Mulgrave, and had a son, Thomas, heir to his uncle Sir Willi A.M. Adam, m. Amy, daughter of William Redman, esq. of Harwood Castle, and d.s. p. Robert, m. Barbara, daughter of John Leventhorp, esq. of Leventhorp, and had, with a daughter Mary, an only son, John, from whom descended Sir Leonard Beckwith and Ambrose Beckwith, of Stillingfleet. Sir Leonard Beckwith was sheriff of Yorkshire in the 4th of Edward VI. He served King HENRY WIII. in his French wars, and was afterwards in the service of Edward VI., from which monarch he received a grant in the 4th year of the king's reign of the site of the Abbey of Selby. He m. Elizabeth, daughter and co-heir of Sir Roger Cholmley, knt. and had issue, Roger, l, Rancy, }loth d. s. p. Elizabeth, m. to William Vavasour, of Weston, in the county of York. Frances, m. to George Harvey, esq. of Markes, in Essex. Thomas Beckwith was s. by his eldest son, Taow as Beckwith, esq. of Clint, who m. Elizabeth, taughter of Thomas Ingleby, esq. of Ripley, in the conty of York, but dying s. p. was s. by his brother, sia William Beckwith, knt. of Clint. This gentleman m. first, Elizabeth, daughter of Sir William Piumpton, knt. of Plumpton; and secondly, the daugh* of Sir John Ratcliffe, knt. but had no issue. His aert brother, Joax Beckwith, married a daughter of Thomas e, esq. of Mulgrave, and had two sons, viz. 1. Twox as, heir to his uncle Sir William Beckwith, m. Maud, daughter of Henry Pudsey, esq. and was s. by his son,
William, of Clint, who m. first, Anne, daughter of Sir John Lancaster, knt. of Westmoreland; and secondly, a daughter of Sir John Mallory, knt. of Studley, but by that lady had no issue. Dying thus s. p. he was s. by his brother, Thomas, of Clint, father, by Elizabeth Tyrrell, his wife, of Thomas, of Clint, who m. first, Maud, daughter of Bryan Palmes, esq. of Linley ; and secondly, Catherine, daughter of William Tancred, esq. of Boroughbridge. He d. in 1575, and was s. by his son (by his first wife), William, of Clint, who m. first, Joanna, daughter of William Tancred, esq. of Boroughbridge, by whom he had a son, William, who died young. His second wife was Mary, daughter of Anthony Salmon, gent. of Ansley Woodhouse, Notts, and by her he had Huntingdon, who m. 19th February, 1589, Margaret, daughter of Thomas Meering, esq. William. Henry. Katherine. Isabel. 11. Robert. The second son, Robert Beckwith, esq. of Broxholm, who was father of John Beckwith, esq. of Clint, who left a son and heir, Robert Beckwith, esq. of Clint, father of MARMALUKE. Beckwith," esq. of Aikton, who m. Anne, daughter of Robert Dyneley, esq. of Bramhope, in the county of York, and had issue, 1. Thomas, of Aikton, living in 1612, m. Frances, daughter and heir of William Frost, esq. of Aikton, and had a son, Thomas, of Aikton, who left by his wife, the daughter of Henry Hunt, esq. of Carlton, a son and heir, Thomas, of Aikton, who wedded Barbara, daughter of John Milburne, esq. of Hinderskelf, and had (with a daughter, Mary, m. to Edward Ashton, of Methley) Thomas, of Aikton, who m. Murioll, daughter of William Wandesford, esq. of Pickhill, in the county of York, and had two daughters, his co-heirs, viz. Isabel, m. to Nicholas Fairfax, esq. second brother of Thomas, Viscount Fairfax of the kingdom of Ireland. BARBARA, m. to Matthew Lockwood, esq. of Sowerby. 11. Roger. iii. Jane, m. at Wragby 6th August, 1635, to John Thorp, esq. The younger son, Roger Beckwith, esq. having sold his lands in Clint, purchased the estate of Aldborough, and settled
there. He m. first, Dorothy, daughter of Mr. Currer, of Leeds, and had issue, Thomas, of Beverley. Katherine, m. to Thomas Norton, of Elveston. Anne, m. to John Robinson, of Bolton upon Swale. He wedded, secondly, Susanna, daughter of Mr. Brakenbury, of Denton and Sellaby, in the county of Durham, and by that lady had Anthur, his successor. Matthew, of Tanfield, in the county of York, m. Elizabeth, daughter of Sir John Buck, knt. of Filey, in the same county, and was ancestor of the BEckwiths of Thurcroft and Trimdon, now represented by William Beckwith, esq. (See Burke's Commoners, vol. ii. p. 636). William, m. Margaret, daughter of Bernard Ellis, esq. recorder of York, and widow of Robert Mirfield, of Thurcroft. William Beckwith d. s. p. in 1678. and bequeathed Thurcroft to his nephew William. Susan, m. to John Anlaby, esq. of Anlaby, in the county of York. Her daughter, Susanna Anlaby, m. first, Arnold Colwell, esq.; and, secondly, Foot Onslow, esq. first commissioner of excise; by the latter she was mother of Mr. Speaker Onslow. Judith, m. to William Parker, M.D. of London. Hester, m. to Thomas Odingsells, esq. of Eperston, in Nottinghamshire. Roger Beckwith d. 19th January, 1634, and was buried at Masham, in the North Riding, where in the choir of the church there was a monument erected to his memory, thus inscribed: “In memory of Roger Beckwith, of Aldbrough, esq. who dyed on Monday the 19th of January, in the year 1634, and was buried near this place. He married Susanna, the daughter of Mr. Brakenbury, of Sellaby, in the county palatine of Durham, by whom he had Arthur, his successor, and seven other children, four sons and three daughters; she departed this life the 28th day of October, Anno Domini 1670, and lyes buried in the parish church of Skelborough. #. was the son of Marmaduke Beckwith, of Acton, by Anne, daughter to Mr. Dynley, of Bramhope, which Marmaduke was the next in descent to Huntington Beckwith, of Clint, where the family had continued, from the tenth year of King Henry III. Anno Domini 1226, until the year 1597, when the aforesaid Roger Beckwith sold his lands in Clint, and purchased Aldbrough.” He was s. by his son, Arthua Beckwith, esq. of Aldborough, who m. Mary, eldest daughter of Sir Marmaduke Wyvill, bart. of Constable Burton, in the county of York, and had issue, Marmaduke, d. unm. Roger, his heir.
Isabel, Susan, He d. in the service of his country in 1612, and was s. by his only surviving son, 1. Roger Beckwith, esq. of Aldborough, who was created a Baronet by King Charles II. on the 15th April, 1681. He m. first, Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Christopher Clapham, knt. of Beamsley, by whom he had a son, Arthur, who died beyond sea in 1700. Sir Roger wedded, secondly, Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Edmund Jenings, knt. of Ripon, and by that lady had Roger, his heir. Marmaduke, a Virginia merchant. Sir Roger d. 6th December, 1700, and was s. by his son, 11. Sir Roger Beckwith, of Aldborough, high sheriff of Yorkshire in 1706. This gentleman m. 10th October, 1705, Jane, daughter and sole heir of Benja
min Waddington, esq. of Allerton Gledhow, and by her, who d. in 1713, had issue, *:::: d, } both d. unm. JANE, eventual heiress, who m. Beilby Thompson, esq. of Micklethwaite Grange, in Yorkshire, and had a daughter, Jane Thompson, m. to Peregrine Wentworth, but d. s. p. Mr. Thompson, after the decease of his wife Jane Beckwith, espoused Sarah, widow of Sir Darcy Dawes, and daughter of Richard Roundell, esq. of Hutton Wandsley, and by her was grandfather of the present Paul Beilby Thompson, esq. of Escrick Park, M.P. for the East Riding of Yorkshire. Sir Roger d. in May, 1743, when the title became extinct.
1. Sir H kNRY Belasyse, of Newborough, in the county of York, (for the early descent see Burk k's Extinct PEERAGE), having received the honour of knighthood from King JAMEs I. at York, in his majesty's journey to London, 17th April, 1603, was created a B.A.Ronet upon the institution of the order on the 29th June, 1611. Sir Henry m. Ursula, daughter of Sir Thomas Fairfax, of Denton, in the county of York, and had issue, THowAs, his successor. Dorothy, m. to Sir Conyers Darcy, knt. of Hornby. Mary, m. to Sir William Lister, knt. of Thornton, in the county of York. He was s. at his decease by his son, 11. Sir Thomas BelAs Yse, b. in 1557, who was advanced to the peerage by the title of BARon Fauco Nreac, of Yarum, in the county of York, on the 25th May, 1627. His lordship, adhering to the fortunes of King CHARLEs I., was created, on the 31st of January, 1642, Wiscouxt Fauconbeag, of Henknowle, in the county palatine of Durham. He was subsequently at the siege of York, and at the battle of Marston Moor, under the Duke of Newcastle, with whom he fled to the continent after that unfortunate defeat. He m. Barbara, daughter of Sir Henry Cholmondley, bart. of Roxby, in the county of York, and had issue, Henry, M. P. for the county of York; of whom Clarendon writes:—“Harry Belasis, with the Lord Fairfax, the two knights who served in parliament for Yorkshire, signed articles for a neutrality for that county, being nearly allied together, and of great kindness, till their several opinions and affections had divided them in this quarrel; the Lord Fairfax adhering to the parliament, and the other, with great courage and sobriety, to the king.” Mr. Belasyse m. Grace, daughter and heiress of Sir Thomas Barron, of Smithells, in the county of Lancaster, and dying in the lifetime of his father, left issue, THowAs, successor to his grandfather. Henry, d. unmarried. Rowland (Sir), K. B. m. Anne, eldest daughter and sole heiress of J. Davenport, esq. of Sutton, in the county of Chester, and dying in 1699, left Thomas, who s. as third Wiscount Fauconberg. Henry, d. unmarried. John, d. s. p. Rowland, m. Frances, daughter of Christopher, Lord Teynham, by whom he had, with other issue, Anthony, who m. Susannah, daughter of John Clarvet, esq. and had issue, Row LAND, who s. as sixth viscount. Charles, D.D. of Sorbonne, who s. as seventh viscount. Thomas, m. Marie Louise de Maneville, and had five daughters. Frances. Barbara. Grace, m. to George, Wiscount Castletown, in Ireland. Frances, m. to Sir Henry Jones, knt. of Aston, in the county of Oxford, of which marriage there was an only daughter and heiress, Faa Nces Jones, m. to Richard, Earl of Scarborough. Arabella, m. to Sir William Frankland, bart. of Thirkleby, in the county of York. Barbara, m. first, to Walter Strickland, esq. son of Sir Robert Strickland, of Sizergh ; and, secondly, to Sir Marmaduke Dalton, of Haxwell, Yorkshire. John, created Lord Brilas Yse, of Worlaby, whose grandson Hex RY, second lord, d. s. p. Margaret, m. to Sir Edward Osborn, of Kiveton. Mary, m. to John, Lord Darcy, of Aston. Barbara, m. to Sir Henry Slingsby, bart. of Scriven, in the county of York, who was put to death under Cromwell's usurpation, and died, as he said on the scaffold, “for being an honest man.” rsula, on to Sir Walter Vavasor, bart. of Haslewood. Frances. m. to Thomas Ingram, esq. eldest son of Sir Arthur Ingram, of Temple Newsom, Yorkshare** ordshup of. in 1652, and was s. by his grandson, ** Sia I isoxias Belasyse, second viscount, who m.
first, Mildred, daughter of Nicholas, Wiscount Castleton, by whom he had no issue; and, secondly, on the 18th of November, 1657, the LADY MARY CROM well, daughter of the Protector. Of this nobleman Lord Clarendon gives the following account:-‘‘After Cromwell was declared protector, and in great power, he married his daughter to the Lord Fauconberg, the owner of a very great estate in Yorkshire, and descended of a family eminently loyal. There were many reasons to believe that this young gentleman, being then about three or four-and-twenty years of age, of great vigour and ambition, had many good purposes that he thought that alliance might qualify and enable him to perform. His marriage was celebrated at Whitehall (Wood has given the time at Hampton Court,) with all imaginable pomp and lustre. And it was observed, that, though it was performed in public, according to the rites and ceremonies then in use, they were presently afterwards, in private, married by ministers ordained by bishops, and according to the form in the book of Common Prayer, and this with the privity of Cromwell.” In 1657, his lordship was made one of the council of state, and sent the next year, by his father-in-law, with a complimentary message to the court of Versailles. This was the only employment Lord Fauconberg had under the usurper; for, as the noble author before mentioned relates, “his domestic delights were lessened every day; he plainly discovered that his son Fauconberg's heart was set upon an interest destructive to his, and grew to hate him perfectly.” Of Lady Fauconberg, Burnet writes: —“She was a wise and worthy woman, more likely to have maintained the post (of protector) than either of her brothers; according to a saying that went of her, “that those who wore breeches deserved petticoats better; but if those in petticoats had been in breeches, they would have held faster.’” That his lordship forwarded the restoration, is evident from his being appointed, by the restored monarch, in 1660, lord-lieutenant of the bishopric of Durham, and in the same year, lord-lieutenant and custus rotulorum of the North Riding of Yorkshire. He was soon afterwards accredited ambassador to the state of Venice and the princes of Italy, and constituted captain of the band of gentleman pensioners. In 1679, Lord Fauconberg was sworn of the privy council ; and, again, in 1689, upon the accession of King Willi AM and Queen MARY, when his lordship was created EAR1. FA Ucon BERG, by letters patent, dated on the 9th of April, in that year. He d. on the 31st December, 1700, and leaving no issue, the EAR LDom ExPir kb, while his other honours reverted to his nephew (refer to Sir Rowland Belasyse, K. B. third son of the first lord), 1 v. Sir Thomas BE LA sysk, as fourth baronet, and third Viscount Fauconberg. His lordship m. Bridget, daughter of Sir John Gage, bart. of Firle, in the county of Sussex, and co-heiress of her mother, who was daughter of Thomas Middlesmore, esq. of Egbaston, in Warwickshire, by whom he had surviving issue, THOMAs, his successor. Rowland. Mary, m. 9th April, 1721, to John Pitt, esq. third son of Thomas Pitt, esq. governor of Fort St. George. His lordship d. 20th November, 1718, and was s. by his elder son, v. Sir Thomas Belasyse, fourth viscount, who was created EARL FAUcon berg, of Newborough, in the county of York, on the 15th June, 1756. His lordship m. in 1726, Catherine, daughter and heiress of John Betham, esq. of Rowington, in the county of Warwick, and co-heiress of William Fowler, esq. of St. Thomas, in the county of Stafford, by whom he had surviving
HENRY, his successor. Barbara, m. in 1752, to the Hon. George Barnewall, only brother of Henry Benedict, Wiscount Kingsland. Mary, m. in 1776, to Thomas Eyre, esq. of Hassop, in the county of Derby. Anne, m. in 1761, to the Hon. Francis Talbot, brother of George, fourteenth Earl of Shrewsbury. His lordship, who conformed to the established church, d. 4th February, 1774, and was s. by his son, vi. Sir HENRY Belasyse, second earl. His lordship m. first, in 1766, Charlotte, daughter of Sir Matthew Lamb, bart. of Brocket Hall, in the county of Hertford, and had four daughters, his co-heirs, viz. CHARLotte, m. to Thomas Edward Wynn,esq. third son of Colonel Glynn Wynn, who assumed the surname and arms of BelAsyse, in addition to his own. ANNE, m. to Sir George Wombwell, bart. Elizabeth, m. in 1789, to Bernard Howard, esq. (afterwards Duke of Norfolk), from whom she was divorced in 1794, when she remarried the Earl of Lucan. Her ladyship died in 1819. HARRiot. The earl m. secondly, Miss Chesshyre, but had no other issue. He d. 23rd March, 1802, when the EARLDoM became Extinct, but the other honors devolved upon his kinsman (refer to descendants of the Hon. Henry Belasyse, eldest son of Sir Thomas Belasyse, the first viscount), vii. Sir Rowland BELAsyse, as seventh baronet and sixth viscount, who d. s. p. in 1810, and was s. by his brother, viii. The Rev. Sir CHARLEs BELAsyse, D.D. of the Roman catholic church, as eighth baronet, and seventh viscount, at whose decease in 1815, the Barony and Viscounty of Fauconberg and the ancient BARoNETcy became Exti NCT.
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BELLINGHAM, OF HILSINGTON.
CREATED 30th May, 1620.
Sir Robert Belling HAM, knt. tenth in descent from Alan de Bellingham, who lived “tempore CoNQuesTokis,” flourished in the reigns of HENRY W. and HENRY WI. He m. Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Richard Tunstall, knt. and had two sons, namely, HENRY (Sir), whose son, Sir Roger, was made a banneret at the battle of Stoke in 1487. He left an only son, Robert (Sir), who died without male issue. ALAN. The second son, ALAN BELLINGHAM, was father of Thomas Brolling HAM, whose son, A LAN BELLINGHAM, of Hilsington, in Westmoreland, was a bencher of the Middle Temple, and king's counsel. He represented the county of Northumber
land in 1570, and died 7th May, 1577, leaving by Dorothy, his wife, daughter of Thomas Sandford, of Askham, a son, Sir JAMEs BELLINGHAM, of Hilsington, who received the honor of knighthood from King JAMEs I. on his Majesty's journey into England. He m. Agnes, daughter of Sir Henry Curwen, knt. and had, inter alios, HENRY (Sir), his heir. Alan, of Levens, in Westmoreland, b. in 1596, m. Susan, daughter of Marmaduke Constable, esq. and was ancestor of the BellinghAMs of Castle Bellingham, in the county of Louth, now represented by Sir ALAN-EDw ARD BELLINGHAM, bart. of Castle Bellingham. The eldest son, 1. Sir HENRY BEllingh AM, of Hilsington, was created a B.A.Ronet 30th May, 1620. He m. Dorothy, daughter of Sir Francis Boynton, knt. of Barington, in the county of York, and was s. by his son, 11. Sir JAMEs BellinghAM, of Hilsington, who m. Catherine, daughter and co-heir of Sir Henry Willoughby, of Risley, in Derbyshire, but by her, who m. secondly, George Purefoy, esq. of Whalley, in Berks, having no issue, the BARoNETcy Expired at his decease in 1650.
Cuthbert, archdeacon of Chester. Dorothy, m. to John Drinkwater, of Chester, Erminia, m- first, to John Manley; and secondly, to Thomas Manley. Mary, m. first, to Richard Minshull; and secondly, to Arthur Starkey. Thomas Bellot was s. at his decease by his grandson, Edward BELLor, esq. of Moreton, who died 7th August, 1622, leaving by Amy, his wife, daughter and coheir of Anthony Grosvenor, esq. of Dodleston, younger son of Richard Grosvenor, esq. of Eaton, three sons and four daughters, namely, John, his heir. George, of Odd Rode, m. Eleanor, daughter of William Lawton, of Lawton, in Cheshire, and had two daughters, Amie and Mary. Thomas, d. unm. in 1654. Susan, m. to John Broughton, of Broughton. Frances, m. Peter Legh, of Lyme. Elizabeth, m. to Thomas Bromley, of Hampton. Mary, n. to Thomas Gamull. The eldest son, John Bellor, esq. of Moreton, m. Ursula, daughter and sole heir of John Bentley, esq. of the Ashes, in Staf. fordshire, and dying in 1659, left, with four younger sons and two daughters, Anne, m. to William Ferne; and Ursula, m. to Thomas Stockton; a son and successor, 1. Sir John Bellor, of Moreton, b. in 1619, who was created a B.A.RoxET 30th June, 1663. He m. Anne, daughter of Roger Wilbraham, of Dorfold, in Cheshire, and dying 14th July, 1674, left an only surviving child, II. Sir Thomas BEllor, of Moreton, b. 22nd October, 1651, who m. in 1674-5, Susanna, daughter of Christopher Packe, esq. of Cotes, in Leicestershire, and was *... by his son, iii. SIR John Bellor. of Moreton, b. 30th November, 1676; at whose decease, 8th February, 1714, the Banonrrcy became Extinct. The manor of Moreton was soon after sold to the family of Powis of the county of Stafford, and subsequently purchased from Thomas Jelf Powis, esq. by Holland Ackers, esq.
who by his wife Agnes, daughter and heir of John de Grauncester, was direct ancestor of Thomas BENDish, who was the first of the family who laid aside the surname of Westley, and took up that of BEN dish. He was also the first of the family who purchased lands in Steeple Bumpstead, Essex, and marrying Alice, daughter of William Helion, of the adjoining parish, had two sons, John and Robert. Departing this life about the year 1342, he was s. by his elder son, John Brx dish, who m. Alice, daughter of Sir Robert Rosse, and had a son, Edmund BENDyshk, who accompanied Edward III. to the famous siege of Calais in 1347-8, and with John Wythorne, rector of Halsted, gave £100 to the university chest of Cambridge, founded by Walter Neale, about the year 1345. He died in 1392, leaving by Alice, his wife, sister, and at length heir, to William de Bennington, two sons, Thomas, his heir, and Edmund, who died without issue in 1401. Thomas BENdish, esq. the elder son, married, first, Margaret, daughter and co-heir of Thomas Bradfield, esq. of Barrington, in Cambridgeshire, and secondly, Alice, daughter and sole heir of Sir Walter Clopton, of Hadley, in Suffolk, Knight of Rhodes. By his second wife he had Thomas of Hadley, William, and John, founder of the Suffolk and Norfolk branches of Bendish; also two daughters, Elizabeth, married to John Huntingdon, and Alice, to Richard Ongar, of Yeldham. By his first wife he had EDMUND, from whom are descended the BENdishes of BARRington, now represented by John BENDYshr, esq. of that place; Thomas, of whom presently; Joane, m. to W. Wilford, esq. of Crocheston, in the county of Southampton; and Alice, to Walter Gerard, of Essex, who had with her a portion of £40. Their father died in 1447-8, and was succeeded in the Bumpstead estate by Thomas BeNdish, his second son by his first wife. He m. first, Joane, daughter of — Fitzwilliams, by whom he had Richard and Thomas; and by his second wife, Joane, daughter of John de Thockeldon, he had Ralph, John, and Maud. He d. in 1484-5, and was s. by his eldest son, Richard BeNdish, who, dying 27th February, 1486, was buried in the north aisle of Essan church, under a monument. He m. Anne, daughter of — Rawden, esq. of Royden Hall, Essex, by whom he had a daughter, Margaret, and a son and heir, Richard Bendish, who d. 22nd Sept. 1523, and was buried near his father. His wife was Margaret, daughter and heir of James Newport, Esq. of Herts. and by her he had John and Margaret. John BeNdish, only son and successor to his father, departed this life 20th August, 1585, and lies interred near his ancestors. By his wife Margaret, daughter of Thomas Crawley, esq. he left a son and heir, Thomas BkNdish, who had four wives; first, Eleanor, daughter and co-heir of John Ford, of Hockesley, in Essex, by whom he had Thomas, Richard, Barbara, m. to Thomas Smyth, of Walsoken, in Norfolk; Mary, Elizabeth, m. to James Pepys, of Cottenham, in Cambridgeshire; Eleanor, wife of Robert Bryan, of Bolinbroke, Margaret, and Elizabeth. His second wife was - daughter of — Finch who was buried in this church. Alice was his third wife. His fourth wife was Margery, daughter of R. Greene, esq. of Little Stamford, but by the three last he had no issue. He d. 23rd Feb. 1603, aged 63 years, and lies buried at Frating. 1. Thomas BENdish, esq. of Steeple Bumstead, his eldest son and successor, was created a BARon ET 22nd May, 1611, and served the office of high sheriff for his county in 1618 and 1630, and made a considerable addition to his estate. He m. Dorothy, daughter of