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Wills and pedigrees of northern counties in England

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Contents

Visitations

Heraldic Visitation of the Northern Counties in 1530, (1863).

Heraldic visitation of the northern counties in 1530 by Thomas Tonge, Norroy king of arms ; With an appendix of other heraldic documents relating to the north of England; Edited by W. Hylton Dyer Longstaffe.

Visitations of the North Part I. Surtees Society. Archive.org. eBook.

List of pedigrees and arms, p. lii.[21]
Harvey's Vis. in 1552, p.1.[22]
Dalton's Vis. in 1558, p. 95.[23]
Pedigrees collected in 1560-61, p. 157.[24]

Visitations of the North IV, 1575.

Northumberland

Visitation of Northumberland, 1615.

Pedigrees from the heraldic visitation, of Northumberland, 1856, VI.

Foster, J. (1891). Pedigrees Recorded at the Heralds' Visitations of the County of Northumberland in 1615 and 1666. Newcastle upon Tyne: Browne & Browne.

Index (Foster, 1891).

Durham

Foster, J. (1887). Pedigrees Recorded at the Visitations of the County Palatine of Durham in 1575, 1615 and 1666.

Index in Vis. of Durham, (Foster 1887)

Yorkshire

Flower, W. (1881). Visitation of Yorkshire, 1563 & 1564.

Dugdale's Visitation of Yorkshire, with Additions, Parts 1-4, (1894).

Dugdale's Visitation of Yorkshire, with additions part 8 - 10.

A History of Northumberland

A History of Northumberland in Three Parts

A History of Northumberland in Three Parts. Hathitrust.org. vol. 1; 2(1), 2(2), 2(3); 3(1), 3(2), 3(3).

  1. A Hist. of Northumb. in Three Parts, 1. Archive.org. eBook.[1]
  2. Hodgson, J. (MDCCCXXVII). A Hist. of Northumb., 2(1). Hathitrust.org. eBook.[2]

    Hodgson, J. (1832). A Hist. of Northumb. in Three Parts, 2(2). Archive.org. eBook.

    A Hist. of Northumb. in Three Parts, 2(3). Hathitrust.org. eBook.[3]
  3. Hodgson, J. (1858). A Hist. of Northumb. in Three Parts, 3(1). Archive.org. eBook.[4]

    Hodgson, J. (1858). A Hist. of Northumb. in Three Parts, 3(2). Archive.org. eBook.

    A Hist. of Northumb., 3(3). Archive.org. eBook.[5]

A History of Northumberland

A History of Northumb. (issued under the direction of the Northumb. County History Committee). Full view for vol. 1 - 8. Hathitrust.org. eBook.

Bateson, E. (1893). The Parish of Bamburgh w/ the Chapelry of Belford. A Hist. of Northumb. I. eBook.

Bateson, E. (1895). The parishes of Embleton, Ellingham, Howick, Long Houghton and Lesbury. A History of Northumberland II, p. 352. Northumberland County History Committee. Newcastle-Upon-Tyne: Andrew Reid & Co., Ltd. Archive.org

Hinds, A.B. (1896). Hexhamshire. A Hist. of Northumb, 3(1). Archive.org. eBook.

Hodgson, J.C. (1897). Hexhamshire. A Hist. of Northumb., 4(2). Archive.org. eBook.[6]

Hodgson, J.C. (1899). The parish of Warkworth w/ the chapelry of Chevington, the parish of Shilbottle, the chapelry or extra-parochial place of Brainshaugh. A. Hist. of Northumb. V. [Archive.org]. eBook.

Hodgson, J.C. (1902). The parish of Bywell St. Peter, the parish of Bywell St. Andrew with Blanchland, the chapelry or parish of Slaley. A Hist. of Northumb. VI. Archive.org. eBook.

Hodgson, J.C. (1902). The parish of Edlingham with the chapelry of Bolton, the parish of Felton with the chapelry of Framlington, the chapelry or parish of Brinburn. A Hist. of Northumb VII. Archive.org. eBook.

Craster, H.H.E. (1907). The parish of Tynemouth. A Hist.of Northumb. VIII. Archive.org. eBook.

Craster, H.H.E. (1909). The parochial chapelries of Earsdon and Horton. A Hist. of Northumb. IX. Archive.org. eBook.[7]

Craster, H.H.E. (1914). The parish of Corbridge. A Hist. of Northumb. X. Archive.org. eBook.

Vickers, K. (1922). The Parishes of Carham, Branxton, Kirknewton, Wooler & Ford. A Hist. of Northumb. XI. Archive.org. eBook.

Wills

Wills and Inventories Illustrative of the History, Manners, Language and Statistics of the Northern Counties of England from the Eleventh Century Downwards Part I. Publications of the Surtees Society, 1835.

Greenwell, W. (1860). Wills and Inventories from the Registry of Durham II. Publications of the Surtees Society, 38.

North East Inheritance database (pre-1858 Durham Probate Records). Durham University. Web.

Notes

  1. early history of the county from the time of the Romans, Saxons & the earldom.
  2. history of Redesdale; Umfraville family; par. of Elsden, Corsenside, Whelpington, Kirkharle, Hartburn w/ Netherwitton chapelry, Bolam & Whalton, deanery of Morpeth.
  3. Corbridge & Tindale;[1] Alston, co. Cumbs.; Kirkhaugh in Corbridge; Knaresdale; Lambley; Whitfield; Haltwhistle.
    Pedigrees:
    • Thorpe, (p. 335).
    • Ridley, (p. 337-340).[2]
    • Blenkinsop of Bellister (p. 344-6).[3]
    • Ellison, (p. 346-8).[4]
    • Gibson, (p. 393-5).[5]
    • Errington of Walwick Grange, Chesters & High Warden, (p. 413-6).
    • Clayton of Chesters, (p. 419-21).
  4. ancient records & historical papers, (see contents, p. xv).[6]
    Calendar of inquisitions post-mortem or escheats during reigns Hen III, Ed I, Ed II & Ed III, (from p. 41).[7]
  5. Great Roll of the Exchequer c. 1130-1272.
    Nonae Roll for Northumb., 1340.
    1535 survey.
    Valor Ecclesiasticus for c. 1535 & abt. 1565.
    Ecclesiastical inquests in 1650
    Feodary's book for 1560.
  6. Family charts include:
    • Errington of Portgate & Widdrington, (p. 213).[8]
  7. family charts include:
    • Barker, after Purvis & after Atkinston, (p. 6-7).[9]
    • Taylor of Earsdon & Chipchase Castle, (p. 8 - 9).[10]
    • Fenwick of Earsdon, (p. 12 - 13).[11]
    • Fenwick of Dockwray Square & of London, (p. 13).[12]
    • Grey of Backworth, (p. 41).[13]
    • Ogle of Burradon, (p. 52).[14]
    • Selby of Seghill, (p. 56).[15]
    • Mitford of Seghill, (p. 65 - 68).[16]
    • Bates of Halliwell, (p. 86 - 90).[17]
    • Heton, Middleton & Ruthall of Hartley, (p. 116).[18]
    • Whitchester of Seaton Delaval & Benwell, (p. 145).[19]
    • Delaval of Seaton Delaval, (p. 167 - 175).[20]

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