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Catherine 
Collingwood
post 1702 - 1736


Catherine 
Collingwood
, Letter dated 20 Feb 1731. She was staying with her brother in law Dr George Wallis. Also mentioned is the possibility of Joseph Banks (her future husband) buying her house in Lincoln. Lincoln Record Society Vol. 45 Letters and Papers of the banks family of Revesby Abbey 1704-60 has many letters which concern her. Lincolnshire Archives 2 HAWLEY Catalogue Ref. 2 Hawley Creator(s): Hawley family of Tumby, Lincolnshire [Access Conditions] No restrictions on access. Wills and Settlements, mainly Hawley family. FILE - Lease and Release by way of Settlement. - ref. 2 HAWLEY/2/B/7 and 8 - date: 15 and 16 Oct. 1731 [from Scope and Content] Parties:- Joseph Banks of Reavesby; Thomas Chaplin of Blankney and William Gylby of Gray's Inn; Catherine Wallis, of Lincoln Close, widow. Contents Parties:- Joseph Banks of Reavesby; Thomas Chaplin of Blankney and William Gylby of Gray's Inn; Catherine Wallis, of Lincoln Close, widow. Consideration:- marriage of J.B. with C.W., who brings property at Sileby, Leics., and house and orchard in close of Lincoln. Property:- house in St. James's Sq. in city of Westminster and co. of Middx.; also lands and tenements in Haltham and Wood Enderby, purchased by J.B. or his father from Thomas Hammerton. Uses:- settled on C.W. and her children after death of J.B. FILE - Lease and Release. - ref. 2 HAWLEY/2/B/34 & 35 - date: 27 and 28 Feb. 1764 [from Scope and Content] Parties:- George Banks, of Boyle Street, Burlington Gardens, Middx., only surv. s. and h. of Joseph Banks by Catherine Wallis. FILE [no title] - ref. 2 HAWLEY/2/B/36 - date: 17 June 1758 [from Scope and Content] Copy of deed to make a tenant for Recoveries of Joseph Banks's estates in Lincs. and Staffs. FILE - An Act to effect of partition - ref. 2 HAWLEY/2/B/71 - date: undated [from Scope and Content] Of certain estates in the County of Lincoln, late the property of the Rt. Hon. Sir Joseph Banks, bart., decd. (1 and 2 William 4 cap 20, 6 Sept. 1831). Recites terms of Banks's will; the marriage settlement of James Hamilton Stanhope with Lady Frederica Louisa Murray (eldest dau. of William, earl of Mansfield), 6 and 7 July 1820; the will (17 Feb. 1823) and codicil (of same date) of J.H. Stanhope, whereby he devised his interest in the Lincs. estates to his son James Banks Stanhope, and, should he d.s.p., to the use of the younger children of his brother Philip Henry, earl Stanhope; the will of Sir Henry Hawley, dated 17 Jan. 1825; deaths of J.H. Stanhope (5 Mar. 1825), Sir H. Hawley (28 Jan. 1826) and Lady Banks (28 June 1828); collusive action in Chancery, 2 Dec. 1828, resulting in enquiry into possible partition; Master's Report of 28 July 1829, stating that due to minority of J.B. Stanhope, and the limitations under his father's will an act of parliament would be necessary; preparation of scheme by John Burcham of Coningsby; agreement for partition (deed of 15 Feb. 1831), whereby Hawley, receiving the slightly more valuable half, was to pay Stanhope (or his trustees) the sum of £3,100.2.6; order in chancery confirming the agreement, 2 Mar. 1831; will of Sir Henry Hawley the son, 24 Dec. 1829, charging his Lincs. estate with £48,000 for the benefit of his children; death of Sir Henry, 28 Mar. 1831; recalculations by Burcham, whereby the difference in value is estimated at £3,502.5.6. FILE - Duplicate Deed of Settlement. - ref. 2 HAWLEY/2/B/76 - date: 18 May 1839 [from Scope and Content] Property:- Lincs. estates (schedule given). [from Scope and Content] (Enclosure:- notice to trustees of mortgage of 3,736 acres in Lincs. (Tumby estate) to secure £36,000 and interest (by indenture dated 18 May 1869), 13 July 1869). FILE - Conveyance to terminate trust. - ref. 2 HAWLEY/2/B/80 - date: 30 Dec. 1865 [from Scope and Content] Property:- Holland estates in Lincs. FILE - Epitome of the settlements - ref. 2 HAWLEY/2/B/91 - date: July 1869 [from Scope and Content] On the marriage of Captain Barrington Bulkley Douglas Campbell with Miss Mildred Catherine, eldest dau. of Sir J.H. Hawley, bart., [Mortgage of N. Lincs. estate to trustees for £36,000, Miss Hawley's portion. Capt. Campbell has £8,800 charged on the Blythswood estate of his father, Archibald Campbell Campbell. The trustees are A.C. Campbell, Herbert Bulkley Praed, of Fleet St., Esq., H.J. Hawley, of Foxgrove, Beckenham, Esq., and Henry Michael Hawley, of Leybourne Rectory.] ---------------- Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Record Office: The Herrick Manuscripts [DG 9/1 - DG 9/1765] The contents of this catalogue are the copyright of Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Record Office Rights in the Access to Archives database are the property of the Crown, 2001-2006 To find out more about the archives described below, contact Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Record Office The HERRICK MANUSCRIPTS Catalogue in Full new page Creator(s): Herrick family of Beaumanor, Leicestershire section TITLE DEEDS LEICESTERSHIRE section QUORN. section Woodhouse Fields Farm FILE - [no title] - ref. DG 9/447 - date: Easter Term 1728 (orig) Contents Extract of final agreement. (i) George Collingwood, gent, querent. (ii) Newcome [sic] Wallis, esq, and Katherine his wife, deforciants. (ii) to (i) six messuages, 350 acres land, 50 acres meadow, 50 acres pasture and common of pasture with the appurtenances in Quorndon, Barrow, Wellhouse [?], Woodhouse, Sileby and Charnwood Forest.

Born: post 1702Baptised:
Died: Mar 1736Buried:
Family:
Collingwood
  of Great Ryle

Ancestors
[ Patrilineage | Matrilineage | Earliest Ancestors | Force | Force2 | Options ]

1.
Catherine 
Collingwood
(
Wallis
,
Banks
,
Banks
) post 1702 - 1736
2.
Henry 
Collingwood
(
?
,
Gibson
) 1681 - 1711
4.
Thomas 
Collingwood
(
Selby
) 1662 - post 1683
5.
Dorothy 
Selby
(
Collingwood
) c. 1660 - post 1683
3.  
 

Siblings


1.
Elizabeth 
Collingwood
* ante 1711
2.
Isabel 
Collingwood
* ante 1711
3.
Hannah 
Collingwood
* ante 1711
4.
U/? 
Collingwood
* 1711

Spouses



1. ante 16th Sep 1723
Newcomen 
Wallis
  (Wallys)
(
Collingwood
) c. 1697 - 1730
2. Revesby Abbey, Revesby, Lincs., England 18th Oct 1731
Joseph 
Banks
(
Hodgkinson
,
Collingwood
,
Collingwood
) 1695 - 1741
3. Cathedral, Lincoln, Lincs., England 19th Oct 1731
Joseph 
Banks
(
Hodgkinson
,
Collingwood
,
Collingwood
) 1695 - 1741

Descendants
[ Options ]

a.
Newcomen 
Wallis
  (Wallys)
(
Collingwood
) c. 1697 - 1730
1.
Thomas (Tomey) 
Wallis
(
Hutton
) 1723 - 1761
b.
Joseph 
Banks
(
Hodgkinson
,
Collingwood
,
Collingwood
) 1695 - 1741
2.
Collingwood (Little Coll) 
Banks
1734 - 1755
3.
Lt. George (Georgey) 
Banks
1736 - post 1768
Sources

Timeline


post 1702Born
4th Jan 1711Became an heir of
Henry 
Collingwood
(
?
,
Gibson
) 1681 - 1711 (will)
ante 16th Sep 1723Married
Newcomen 
Wallis
  (Wallys)
(
Collingwood
) c. 1697 - 1730
1731MARL/ROLE FIANCEE Lincoln, Lincs., England
18th Oct 1731Married
Joseph 
Banks
(
Hodgkinson
,
Collingwood
,
Collingwood
) 1695 - 1741 Revesby, Lincs., England
19th Oct 1731Married
Joseph 
Banks
(
Hodgkinson
,
Collingwood
,
Collingwood
) 1695 - 1741 Lincoln, Lincs., England
Mar 1736Died
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