1525 - 1606
Hutton, Dean of York 1567-89., elected Bishop of Durham 9 Jun 1589, and translated to the Archepiscopal See of York 24 Mar 1594/5. Bought the estate at Marske in 1598. Dr. Matthew Hutton, archbishop of Canterbury: chaplain to the Duke of Somerset ordained deacon (at a proper age) elected Fellow of Christ's College became rector of Spofforth was made Prebendary of York appointed one of the chaplains to George II. obtained a Canonry of Windsor exchanged for Prebend of Westminster resigned to become Bishop of Bangor was translated to the archbishopric of York then to Canterbury lies buried at Lambeth, near the communion Table. ------------- BRACKENHOLME WITH WOODHALL In 1086 a carucate of land in Hagthorpe belonged to the bishop of Durham's manor of Howden, (fn. 54) with which the overlordship subsequently descended. (fn. 55) The demesne lords of HAGTHORPE manor were a family taking their name from the township: they held 6 bovates in 1284-5. (fn. 56) The first known member of the family is Robert of Hagthorpe (fl. c. 1190). (fn. 57) His successors held the manor until the death of Thomas Hagthorpe c. 1500, when it evidently passed to his daughter Joan, who married first Robert Proctor and secondly Thomas Newark. Joan was seised of Hagthorpe at her death in 1535. Land in Hagthorpe apparently passed to her son Geoffrey Proctor, for in 1536 he granted property there to William Babthorpe and others and in 1550 his remaining interest was acquired by Sir William Babthorpe. (fn. 58) The manor, however, went to the Newarks, and in 1584 John Newark's successors Thomas and Catherine Savile and Thomas and Catherine Hardwick sold it to Matthew Hutton, dean of York. (fn. 59) In 1612 Matthew Hutton's son Sir Timothy sold the manor to Richard Bowes, the son of Matthew's wife Frances by a previous marriage. (fn. 60) The Bowes family (fn. 61) retained it until 1665, when Charles Bowes the younger sold it to James Strangeways. The profits of the manor were, however, enjoyed from 1668 to 1692 by Edward Kirlew and later by his son-inlaw John Fenton, in satisfaction of the debts of Charles Bowes the elder (d. 1648). (fn. 62) When Thomas Strangeways died in 1702, Hagthorpe passed to his son Thomas, who later took the surname Robinson, (fn. 63) and in 1711 it was sold to Boynton Boynton. (fn. 64) At Boynton's death in 1725 the manor passed to his daughter Elizabeth, who married Richard Langley, (fn. 65) and in 1784 another Richard Langley sold it to John Watson. (fn. 66) In 1811 Watson's son John sold Hagthorpe to Jonathan Briggs the elder (d. 1840), the estate then comprising about 150 a. (fn. 67)
|Born: Priest Hutton, Warton, Lancs., , England 1525 ||Baptised: |
|Died: Bishopthorpe, Yorks., , England 16th Jan 1606 ||Buried: Minster, York, Yorks., England 1606 |
Hutton of Marske, Yorks.