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John 
Tennant
+ post 1608


John 
Tennant
, Chapel House....this is an old home and property of the Tennant family, which had belonged to Fountains Abbey and was purhcased by John Tennant (not Jeffrey Tennant, as stated by Whitaker), of Bordley, on Malham Moor, in the reign of Queen Elizabeth. The monks had a small cell or chapel here, and a grange with lands which they let to farm. At the dissolution they were in the holding of Cisseil Layland, and included "lands, meadows, pastures, commons and wastes," paying a yearly rental of £4 3s. 4d. The property was acquired by the Yorke family, lords of the Forest of Nidderdale and of the manor of Appletreewick in the ancient parish of Burnsall, in which Chapel House is also situated. By deed dated 29th March, 1572, Chapel House, and the appurtenant property was sold to John Tennant, then living there, by Peter Yorke and Dame Anne, his wife. Speight (Chap. 40, pg 459)

Born: England Baptised:
Died: post 20th Apr 1609Buried:
Family:
Tennant
  formerly of Arncliffe, Yorks.

Ancestors
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1.
John 
Tennant
(
?
) + post 1608
2.
John 
Tennant
ante 1560 - 1584
 

Siblings


1.
Janet 
Tennant
* 1570
2.
Margaret 
Tennant
* 1572

Spouses



1.

Descendants
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a.
1.
Giles 
Tennant
+ post 1596
2.
Richard 
Tennant
(
?
) + post 1636
2a.
2.1.
John 
Tennant
1601 - 1628
2.2.
Richard 
Tennant
(
Dawson
) 1602 - 1637
2.3.
Grace 
Tennant
(
Bucktrout
) ante 1606 - post 1625
2.4.
Anne 
Tennant
* 1606
2.5.
William 
Tennant
(
Waddington
) ante 1607 - 1684 ...
Sources

Timeline


???Born England
???Married
???Buried
post 20th Apr 1609Died
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