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Dorothy 
Hutton
1732 - 1797


Dorothy 
Hutton
, Miscellanea" in the 3rd series Vol vi No 9 1913 of the Proceedings at page 107-8, and was entitled "Notices of a house in St. Michael's Lane, Alnwick". The relevant part reads " On 28 June 1890, the late Mr. Robert Middlemas of Alnwick, solicitor, communicated to me some particulars obtained from muniments of title of a house in St Martin's Lane, Alnwick. The house, known as the Willows, was so named by the then proprietor from a walk called the Willow Walk which formerly went past the house - J.C. Hodgson. "This house formerly belonged to Dorothy Popham, of Hound Street in the County of Somerset, widow, relict and devisee in fee of the real estate named in the last Will & Testament of Frances Popham of Hound Street aforesaid. Mrs. Popham before her marriage was Dorothy Wallis, widow of Thomas Wallis of Lincoln's Inn Esqre., which said Thomas Wallis was the only son and heir of Catherine Wallis who was the only daughter of Henry Collingwood, late of Great Ryle in Northumberland, Esqre., and niece of George Collingwood, formerly called Governor Collingwood, formerly of Great Ryle aforesaid."" The remainder of the piece deals with the history of the house after its purchase on 30 Nov 1786, by an Alnwick merchant named Ralph Annett. The details have no further relevance to the Collingwood or Wallis families. The Proceedings item can be taken as virtually definitive confirmation of the linkage between Collingwoods of Great Ryle and Wallises of Lincolnshire. I say "virtually" since, although Hodgson accepted the solicitor's statement, and the NCH compilers used it as evidence when preparing the Great Ryle pedigree, and though the solicitor clearly must have written from professionally acquired knowledge of the facts, the events he describes nevertheless dated from nearly a century before. The report, though authoritative, must therefore have some slight tinge of the anecdotal. It reveals the marriage of Thomas s/o Newcomen Wallis to a Dorothy ? which we may be able to check out, as we may Dorothy's second marriage to Frances Popham. The text reads as though the house at Alnwick was part of Frances Popham's estate, but this is not certain - it could have been a Collingwood property which came to Thomas via his mother. Popham's will may be findable, probably a PCC one. There is a published index of these, a copy of which is in the Soc Gen Library, or the Guildhall Library if that is closer to you - and it won't cost you anything to go in there. Unfortunately, the report gives no date, but it must have been before 30 Nov 1786, when Annett bought it, and after 13 Apr 1761, [John Sanders] Fascinating digging... Burkes LG 1937 has Leyborne Popham of Hunstrete late of Littlecote Edward Popham of Littlecote MP for Wilts. 1741-7 and 1751-561 died 1779 issue Francis his heir Edward dsp Anne m. William Leyborn formerly Taylor and had issue Edward William Leyborne Francis his heir: of Littlecote and Houndstret m Dorothy dau. of Mathew Hutton DD Archbishop of Canterbury and died sp 1780. His nephew succeeded. Now, the IGI has a "submitted" marriage 11 May 1760 Spofforth, Yorks. with Dorothy Hutton and Thomas Wallis. Dorothy Wallis marr. Francis Popham 24 MAR 1772 Calne, Wiltshire, England another submission, but by someone else. Looks like Dorothy didn't have any children of her own. This Hutton family is in Burke's LG 1937 ed. under Huton of Marske. The archbishop's line only says he had issue. The Marske arms are: Gu. on a fess between three cushions arg. fringed and tasseled or, a cross humete between two fleur de lis of the field. This is what's in the centre of Thomas's arms on the floor on Lincoln cathedral There is a document at the PRO ref. C 12/674/32 which is about a case Popham v. Hutton of 1797. Somerset Archive and Record Service POPHAM FAMILY RECORDS Catalogue Ref. DD\POT FILE - SOMERSET AND WALES various accounts, etc. - ref. DD\POT/134 - date: 1770-1782 \_ [from Scope and Content] Declaration by John Stokes of New Inn (co. Midx.) that he will stand possessed of securities and monies, upon trust to discharge debts and to the use of Dorothy Popham, 1782. [The document recites the Marriage Settlement dated 24 March 1772, of Francis Popham, eldest son of Edward Popham, and Dorothy Wallis, widow, affecting the manors Cheddar Nylands Badcombe and Bridgwater and the manor of Cadoxton; and also the deaths of Edward Popham, Francis Popham, and one of the trustees, John Popham] (One paper document). Popham Family Papers Catalogue Ref. DD\PO Creator(s): Popham family of Somerset FILE - VARIOUS COUNTIES deeds - ref. DD\PO/2 - date: 1668-1807 \_ [from Scope and Content] Settlements, with cognate documents, made by Edward Popham on the marriage of his son Francis Popham of Houndstreet, esq., and Dorothy Wallis of Duke Street, Westminster (co. Midx.), widow, affecting the Berks., Wilts., and Somerset estates, 1772 (Another settlement is noted in no. DD/PO/3 below.), (six documents). Mortgage and Assignment concerning Edward Popham and his son Francis, and Dorothy Wallis, and affecting estates in Wilts., 1772; (four documents). FILE - VARIOUS COUNTIES deeds - ref. DD\PO/3 - date: 1743-1883 \_ [from Scope and Content] Settlement on the marriage of Francis Popham of Houndstreet, esq. (eldest son of Edward Popham of Littlecote, esq.), and Dorothy Wallis of Duke Street, Westminster, widow, affecting the major part of the estates in Berks., Somerset, Wales, and Wilts., 1772. (Other settlements are noted in no. DD/PO/2 above.) Deed for vesting part of the Somerset estates in trustees for sale, affecting Edward and Francis Popham, and Dorothy Wallis, 1772. Assignment of a lease of Badcombe Farm, affecting Edward and Francis Popham, 1772. \_ [from Scope and Content] Exemplification of a Common Recovery, of Alexander Popham, esq., versus John Stokes, gent., (vouchee: Francis Popham, esq.), concerning the manor of 'Nylands alias Neylands with Badcombe', 1774. Conveyance, by Francis Popham of Houndstreet, esq. (eldest son, heir, and devisee in fee of Edward Popham of Littlecote, esq.), and his wife Dorothy (late Dorothy Wallis, widow), and a trustee, to Mary Hutton of Duke Street, Westminster (co.Midx.), spinster (reciting the settlement on the marriage of Francis and Dorothy, 1772, affecting the Popham estates in Berks., Somerset, and Wilts.), concerning the manor of Nyland with Badcombe, 1774. Assignment of the arrears of tithes of Badcombe, by Francis Popham to a trustee for Mary Hutton, 1774. (Four documents). Contents Various loose deeds and cognate documents affecting parts of the Popham estates [as described in no. DD/PO/2]: Mortgages and Assignments affecting Edward Popham of Littlecote, esq., and a mansion house and other properties in Ramsbury (co. Wilts.), 1743-59; (eleven documents). Lease for a year, 1747, and Mortgage, 1754, affecting Edward Popham, and the manors of Farmborough Grevill and Farmborough Rosewell, and Chelworth alias West Chelworth, and the rectory of Brislington alias Bussleton; (three documents). Mortgages affecting Edward Popham, and concerning the manor of Northstanden with Oakhill, 1760, and the mansion house in Ramsbury, and the manor of Northstanden, 1767; with an endorsement on the latter of a deed affecting Mrs Dorothy Popham and the manor of Farmborough, 1788; (two documents). Mortgage, 1745, and Assignment, 1759, affecting Edward Popham and the manor of Winterbourne Monkton. (Two documents). Copy of a Mortgage, 1751, concerning part of the Somerset and Wilts. estates; and Mortgages, 1755-65, concerning Houndstreet House and appurtenances in Marksbury, Compton Dando, and Chelwood; all affecting Edward Popham. (Four documents). Copy of Reconveyance to Edward Popham concerning part of the estates in Berks., Somerset, and Wilts., 1770. Deed for vesting the Welsh and part of the Somerset estates in trustees for sale, 1771. (Three documents). Settlement on the marriage of Francis Popham of Houndstreet, esq. (eldest son of Edward Popham of Littlecote, esq.), and Dorothy Wallis of Duke Street, Westminster, widow, affecting the major part of the estates in Berks., Somerset, Wales, and Wilts., 1772. (Other settlements are noted in no. DD/PO/2 above.) Deed for vesting part of the Somerset estates in trustees for sale, affecting Edward and Francis Popham, and Dorothy Wallis, 1772. Assignment of a lease of Badcombe Farm, affecting Edward and Francis Popham, 1772. Exemplification of a Common Recovery, of Alexander Popham, esq., versus John Stokes, gent., (vouchee: Francis Popham, esq.), concerning the manor of 'Nylands alias Neylands with Badcombe', 1774. Conveyance, by Francis Popham of Houndstreet, esq. (eldest son, heir, and devisee in fee of Edward Popham of Littlecote, esq.), and his wife Dorothy (late Dorothy Wallis, widow), and a trustee, to Mary Hutton of Duke Street, Westminster (co.Midx.), spinster (reciting the settlement on the marriage of Francis and Dorothy, 1772, affecting the Popham estates in Berks., Somerset, and Wilts.), concerning the manor of Nyland with Badcombe, 1774. Assignment of the arrears of tithes of Badcombe, by Francis Popham to a trustee for Mary Hutton, 1774. (Four documents). Final Concord, and Deed to declare the uses of a Fine, concerning Mary Hutton and the manor of Nyland with Badcombe, 1786. Mortgage, etc., by Mary Hutton of the manor, 1786(2). Surrender of mortgage term to Mary Hutton, 1789. (Five documents). Mortgage by Dorothy Popham of Littlecote, widow, of the manors of Farmborough Grevill and Farmborough Rosewell, and Barrow Hill, 1788. Copy of the Will of Dorothy Popham of Littlecote, widow, 1797 ('proved at London' 1798), whereby she devises her estates in the counties of Lincoln, Leicester, and Middlesex, and in the city of London, to her sister Mary Hutton, and her estates in the counties of Somerset, Wilts., and Berks., to Francis Popham, then of Houndstreet, esq., charged with annuities and legacies to various people, and in default of heirs, in turn to various people including Lieutenant Colonel Edward William Leyborne (the nephew of her late husband). (Three documents). Transfer of a mortgage on the estates of the late Edward Popham, affecting part of the estates in Berks., Somerset, and Wilts., 1805. Attested copy of the Will of Mary Hutton of Duke Street, St. Margaret's, Westminster, spinster, dated 1809; whereby she devises the estates in Berks., Somerset, and Wilts., to Edward William Leyborne Popham of Littlecote, esq., and in default of male heirs, to Francis Popham of Bagborough, esq., and Alexander Popham, late one of the masters of the High Court of Chancery; and disposes similarly of her advowson of Hemyock (co.Devon), in trust to present James Sparrow of Bourton [Flax Bourton], clerk, at the next turn, and of her leasehold estate in Compton Dando and Froxfield. The estates at Nyland and Badcombe are charged with the payment of several annuities. Assignment of mortgage terms to trustees for Edward William Leyborne Popham, affecting part of the Berks., Somerset, and Wilts, estates, 1809. Final Concord concerning estates in Farnborough and Ramsbury, 1810. (Five documents). Release of an annuity charged under the Will of Francis Popham (1775) on estates [not described] in Berks., Somerset, and Wilts., by Mary Hutton to Edward William Leyborne Popham, 1813. Schedule of deeds and papers belonging to Mary Hutton 'formerly in the possession of the late Mr William Adams', giving the dates 1623-1814) and titles of documents relating to the Somerset estates; dated 1819. Copy of the Will of Edward William Leyborne Popham of Littlecote, esq., General in H.M. Service, 1837, and Codicils, 1841-42 (proved P.C.C. 1843); whereby he devises his estates to his son Francis Leyborne Popham, and makes several bequests to his son Alexander, his daughter Isabella, and his friends and servants. Declaration concerning the Popham estates, 1883, made by Thomas Isaac Pointing of Lion Lodge, Rowde near Devizes (co.Wilts.), land agent, who was steward of the Popham estates in Somerset between 1838 and 1880; giving schedules of the estates concerned. Houndstreet and Littlecote, widow of Francis Popham, and parts of the estates in Somerset, 1781-93, Wilts., 1783-95, and Berks., 1784-89. Also included are an assignment to Mary Hutton, spinster, in trust for [her sister] Dorothy Popham, of the Berks., Devon, Glamorgan, Somerset, and Wilts, estates, 1794, and a deed of exchange of property in Houndstreet Park (in Chelwood) and Farmborough, belonging to John Hiley Addington of the Inner Temple, esq., for property in Chelwood belonging to Mrs Popham, 1793. The latter contains a sketch plan and valuation (giving field names) of the properties exchanged, and two original and two copies of letters, dated 1791, from William Adams to Mrs Popham, one of which mentions a 'Nyland enclosure meeting'. (For a copy of the enclosure act see no. DD/PO/15 below.) (Forty-four documents). \_ [from Scope and Content] Reconveyances to uses mentioned in the Will of Dorothy Popham (dated 1797), affecting parts of the estates in Wilts., 1805-06, and Somerset, 1806-07. (Eleven documents). Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and Record Service Catalogue Ref. L Creator(s): Lucas family of Bedfordshire Correspondence between Thomas Robinson (1738-1786) 2nd Baron Grantham (1770), Ambassador at Madrid (1771-1779) and his brother Frederick [Fritz] (1746-1792) who accompanied him to Spain as his Secretary. Frederick returned to England a year before Grantham due to ill health FILE [no title] - ref. L 30/14/333/209 - date: 18 May 1779 \_ [from Scope and Content] Mrs. Hutton dead, daughter Mrs. Popham, previously Mrs. Wallis, has vast fortune from two husbands. Richest widow at present is Lady Irwin; has about £17000 a year & three unmarried daughters. TREASURERS OF SALISBURY (with prebend of Calne annexed) Francis Dodsworth M.A. 1760-1806. Pres. by Mary Hutton of Duke Street, Westminster, widow, Dorothy Wallis (nee Hutton), wife of Thomas Wallis of Sunninghill, Berks., and Mary Hutton junior of Duke Street, joint executrixes of Matthew Hutton, late abp. of Canterbury, patron hac vice by virtue of his option; instit. 3 Oct. 1760 (D1/2/27 f. IIV). Instal. 4 Oct. (CA 21 pp. 142-3). D. 18 Oct. 1806 (Gent. Mag. 1806, lxxvi (2) 1079; D1/2/29 f. 87). ------------- Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and Record Service: Wrest Park (Lucas) Manuscripts [L 30/14/307 - L 30/14/408] Creator(s): De Grey family, Barons Lucas section Correspondence between Thomas Robinson (1738-1786) 2nd Baron Grantham (1770), Ambassador at Madrid (1771-1779) and his brother Frederick [Fritz] (1746-1792) who accompanied him to Spain as his Secretary. Frederick returned to England a year before Grantham due to ill health FILE - [no title] - ref. L 30/14/333/209 - date: 18 May 1779 Contents Fritz, Whitehall to Grantham Worried Grantham's morning & evening lecture may lead to indulgence of genio contemplativo. Portugal's courtship highly ridiculous & his marriage rash. Thinks "poor Martina will be lucky if she does not end her days in a convent". Tom Pelham in town for Ball tomorrow. Fritz still has no ticket. Lady Pelham & daughter arrived yesterday. Lord Pelham detained trying to persuade Lord Abergavenny to make proper settlements on his daughter who he has formerly used cruelly. Has now received a proposal from St. John Berney of good fortune & character from Norfolk. Dined with Nanny, carried Lord Pelham to Ranelagh. Dined at Mr. Sneyds with Captain & Mrs. Clements, he is in Navy, son of late Deputy Vice Treasurer of Ireland. Also Mr. & Mrs. Forth, latter's good looks described, rumoured to have run away with Forth from a boarding school. Mrs. Ellis sister of Mr. Sneyd & Mr. Jeans. Opera new, not very good. Supped at Lincoln's Inn with Burton, John St. John & other law friends. Dined with Nanny thence to Queen's House. Exportation of Worsteds prohibited, forfeiture of whole cargo if found on board, Grantham's commission may be cancelled. Gilt Box containing Grantham's freedom of the Merchant's Company at Dublin, should it be sent or kept by Fritz. Magnificent breakfast at Duchess of Gloucester's on Blackheath. Lady's asked to appear in their hats at the Opera etc.. Parcel of Musick sent to Mr. Paxton, quartetto's, quintetto's etc... Commission for Branciforte to be given. Grantham's views given to Nanny. Drawing of desert useful. Didn't know it contained two obelisks. Print of Meng's hasn't spirit of original. Wish Selmas had done it as his Charles V was very fine. Dined at Mr. Parkers with a "strange creature" black Pigott. Sir Joshua [Reynolds] came later. Won guinea a half at Vingt et un. Lady Pelham pleased with jaunt to Pepper Harrow. Has procured ticket for Fritz for Ball. Hasn't one for Abbey, long wait for procession. Print of Meng's to Joshua Reynolds. Has full length portrait by Murillo of man in black Spanish dress etc. resembles Jew in Don Bernardo Griaste's collection. Duchess of Leinster to sit. The King's portrait begun yesterday. Recently painted Mr. Gibbon, print to be used for his next volume. A Breakfast at Rachel Lloyds at Kensington, company will be soused etc.. Mrs. Hutton dead, daughter Mrs. Popham, previously Mrs. Wallis, has vast fortune from two husbands. Richest widow at present is Lady Irwin; has about £17000 a year & three unmarried daughters. Hunstrete: The building of the newmansion is thought to have been begun by Edward Popham's son Francisshortly after his father's death. Themansion was unfinished by the time of Francis Popham's death in 1780 andstill incomplete on the death of his widow in 1797. --------------- http://www.british-history.ac.uk/fasti-ecclesiae/1541-1847/vol6/pp12-1 3 'Treasurers', in Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1541-1857: Volume 6, Salisbury Diocese, ed. Joyce M Horn (London, 1986), pp. 12-13 http://www.british-history.ac.uk/fasti-ecclesiae/1541-1847/vol6/pp12-1 3 [accessed 19 August 2015]. TREASURERS OF SALISBURY (with prebend of Calne annexed) Francis Dodsworth M.A. 1760-1806. Pres. by Mary Hutton of Duke Street, Westminster, widow, Dorothy Wallis (nee Hutton), wife of Thomas Wallis of Sunninghill, Berks., and Mary Hutton junior of Duke Street, joint executrixes of Matthew Hutton, late abp. of Canterbury, patron hac vice by virtue of his option; instit. 3 Oct. 1760 (D1/2/27 f. IIV). Instal. 4 Oct. (CA 21 pp. 142-3). D. 18 Oct. 1806 (Gent. Mag. 1806, lxxvi (2) 1079; D1/2/29 f. 87). http://www.british-history.ac.uk/fasti-ecclesiae/1541-1847/vol11/pp50- 63 Joyce M Horn, David M Smith and Patrick Mussett, 'Canons of Chester', in Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1541-1857: Volume 11, Carlisle, Chester, Durham, Manchester, Ripon, and Sodor and Man Dioceses (London, 2004), pp. 50-63 http://www.british-history.ac.uk/fasti-ecclesiae/1541-1847/vol11/pp50- 63 [accessed 17 August 2015]. CANONS OF CHESTER Roger Mostyn M.A. 17601775. Gr. 28 March 1752 by Bp. Edmund [Keene] to Matthew [Hutton], abp. of York, of next pres. to John Mapletoft's preb. as his option (EDA. 11/4/2). Mostyn pres. by Mary Hutton, widow, Dorothy Wallis, widow of Thomas Wallis esq., and Mary Hutton, spinster, patrons hac vice as executrices of the late Matthew [Hutton]; instit. 23 June 1760, in succ. to John Mapletoft (EDA. 1/7 f. 6rv). Instal. s.d. (EDD. 3913/3/5 p. 75). D. 11 Apr. 1775 (Gent. Mag. 1775, xlv 207), and succ. by John Cleaver (EDA. 1/7 f. 153v). Try and see: Lincolnshire Notes & Queries - Volumes 18-19 - Page 33

Born: 1732Baptised: Spofforth, Yorkshire, , 21st Dec 1732
Died: 1797Buried:
Family:
Hutton
  of Marske, Yorks.

Ancestors
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1.
Dorothy 
Hutton
(
Wallis
,
Popham
) 1732 - 1797
2.
Rt.Rev. Matthew 
Hutton
(
Lutman
) 1693 - 1758
4.
John 
Hutton
(
Dyke
) 1659 - 1731
5.
Dorothy 
Dyke
(
Hutton
) c. 1662 - 1744
3.
Mary 
Lutman
(
Hutton
) 1693 - 1779
6.
John 
Lutman
* ante 1673
 

Siblings


1.
Mary 
Hutton
1734 - 1820

Spouses



1. St Dunstan in the West, , , , England 11th May 1760
Thomas (Tomey) 
Wallis
(
Hutton
) 1723 - 1761
2. Calne, Wilts., England 24th Mar 1772
Francis 
Popham
(
Hutton
) 1735 - 1780

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1732Born
21st Dec 1732Baptised Spofforth, Yorkshire
6th Feb 1758Executor of the will of
Rt.Rev. Matthew 
Hutton
(
Lutman
) 1693 - 1758 (will)
11th May 1760Married
Thomas (Tomey) 
Wallis
(
Hutton
) 1723 - 1761 England
4th Jul 1760Executor of the will of
Thomas (Tomey) 
Wallis
(
Hutton
) 1723 - 1761 (will)
24th Mar 1772Married
Francis 
Popham
(
Hutton
) 1735 - 1780 Calne, Wilts., England
24th Mar 1772MARS/ROLE FIANCEE
21st Feb 1775Executor of the will of
Francis 
Popham
(
Hutton
) 1735 - 1780 (will)
29th Apr 1797Made a will (will)
1797Died
1797Made a will (will)
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