Hutton, of Marske. Eldest son. High Sheriff of Yorkshire in 1605. Knighted. He bought the Marrick Abbey estate (1592), the manor of Marske (1598), and considerable property in Richmond. Bowbearer of Arkengarthdale. Sold the manor of Hagthorpe, worth £82 a year in 1612. Venn: HUTTON, Timothy. Matric pens. From TRINITY, Michs. 1588. S. of Matthew (1546), Archbishop of York. B. 1569. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Oct 14, 1590. J.P., 1598. Knighted, Feb 16, 1605-6. High Sheriff of York, Feb. to Nov. 1606. Married Elizabeth, dau. of Sir George Bowes, of Streatlam, Durham. Died April 6, 1629. Buried at Richmond. M.I. Brother of Thomas (1597), and father of Matthew (1615) and Philip (1618). (Vis. of Yorks., 1666) VICTORIA COUNTY HISTORY - North Riding, Yorkshire, Volume 1. - Extracts * Page 102 – Marske Sir Timothy HUTTON died in 1629. He had entailed Marske in 1615 [sic], on the marriage of Matthew HUTTON his son and heir to one of the daughters of Sir Conyers Darcy, afterwards Lord Darcy. Matthew Hutton, however, to pay his debts, sold Marske in 1630 to Sir Conyers Darcy and Conyers Darcy his son; and when John Hutton, son and heir of Matthew, came of age, he experienced considerable difficulty in recovering the manor, for his father was reported one of the most violent cavaliers in the County. He, however, obtained permission to try his title at law, and so recovered Marske. It was again seized for some reason by the Committee for compounding, but in 1651 his title was allowed and the sequestration discharged. He satisfied the Darcys with other lands and leases. During his father's lifetime, Sir Timothy (1569-1629) bought the Marrick Abbey estate (1592), the manor of Marske (1598), and considerable property in Richmond. ----------- House of Commons Journal Volume 1 05 May 1626 Sponsor: History of Parliament Trust Publication: Journal of the House of Commons: volume 1 Year published: 1802 Hutton's Estate. L. 1a. An Act to enable Sir Timothy Hutton Knight, and Mathew Hutton Esquire, his Son and Heir apparent, to sell certain Lands, for the Payment of their Debts, and Raising of Portions for their younger Children, and for establishing other Lands in lieu thereof, of as good Value.