Anne Fetherstonhaugh1

F, #35005
Father*Nicholas Fetherstonhaugh1 d. a 1488
Mother*Maud Salkeld1
ChartsRalph Grammaticus de Featherstone
Richard cir 1650
     Anne Fetherstonhaugh is the daughter of Nicholas Fetherstonhaugh and Maud Salkeld.1

Family

Ralph Brooks
Last Edited23 Mar 2012

Citations

  1. [S1214] Varoius, The Featherstone Family News, Issue 2
    ANNE married Ralph Brooke "one of the Spears and Waitre Bayliffes of Callyee."*.

Ralph Brooks1

M, #35006
ChartsRalph Grammaticus de Featherstone
Richard cir 1650
Last Edited23 Mar 2012

Citations

  1. [S1214] Varoius, The Featherstone Family News, Issue 2
    ANNE married Ralph Brooke "one of the Spears and Waitre Bayliffes of Callyee."*.

William Featherstone1

M, #35007, b. before 1185, d. between 1198 and 1204
Early Yorkshire Charter
Early Yorkshire Charter
Father*Amfrey Featherstone of Featherstone County Yorks2
ChartsRalph Grammaticus de Featherstone
Richard cir 1650
     William Featherstone was born before 1185 at Featherstone, Yorkshire, EnglandG.1,3 He was the son of Amfrey Featherstone of Featherstone County Yorks.2 William Featherstone died between 1198 and 1204.3

Family

Hadawise de Tynedale
Child
Last Edited13 Nov 2014

Citations

  1. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", In the twelfth year of the reign of Henry II (1165-6) WILLIAM de Featherston owed a mark, as recorded in pleas before the justices de Lucy in Northumberland. In 33 Henry II [1185] he is listed as a fugitive whose chattels were worth 19 s. 3 d.(5) ROBERT was party in a case before the same justices against one Rannulphus de Wichala in 1191. He is afterwards listed in every year from 1192 through 1198 as a defaulter owing 3s. 4d.(6).
  2. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", It is in Yorkshire that we first find references to William de Featherstone between the years 1154 and 1170 and where he is identified as the son of Sir Amfrey Featherstone of Featherstone County Yorks. We are also told that he had a brother Dureward and a wife named Hadawise; that he held the Fee of Featherstone from Henry de Lascy Lord of the Honour of Pontefract; and that he had granted the living and tithes of the Parish Church of Featherstone to the monks of Nostell Priory.
  3. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", This William Featherstone is undoubtedly the father of Elias it is interesting to note that he is William de Featherston and not William de Fetherstonhaugh. This indicates a link with the only family called “de Featherston” at this point in time that of the Featherstons of Featherstone in the Honour of Pontefract. County York.

    It is reasonable to suppose that William Featherstone died at some point between 1198 and 1204 when his son Elias was confirmed as Lord of the Manor of Fetherstonhaugh.

    It is in Yorkshire that we first find references to William de Featherstone between the years 1154 and 1170 and where he is identified as the son of Sir Amfrey Featherstone of Featherstone County Yorks. We are also told that he had a brother Dureward and a wife named Hadawise; that he held the Fee of Featherstone from Henry de Lascy Lord of the Honour of Pontefract; and that he had granted the living and tithes of the Parish Church of Featherstone to the monks of Nostell Priory.
  4. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", Elias de Featherstone of Fetherestanehalg [Fetherstonhaugh] is first mentioned in the “Curia Regis” roll of King John in 1204 where he is confirmed as Lord of the Manor of Fetherestanehalg and is re-confirmed in 1212. In 1204 Elias de Fetherestanehalg is also found being prosecuted for breaking the king's peace by robbery, and declined to attend the summons to court what happened as a result is unknown though he was clearly not outlawed or deprived of his lands. In the same year Hugh (perhaps a brother or uncle?) also had a case in court. This is the first mention of Fetherestanehalg as a place name in any written source and it is my contention that this in fact is approximately the time when Fetherstonhaugh in Northumberland itself was founded. The reason I believe this will become evident below. Elias gave lands in his free fee of Fetherstonhaugh to the Friars of Hexham in return for taking him and his son and heir into their confaternity witnessed by William De Marisco Archdeacon of Northumberland [William Marisco held the office of Archdeacon from 1212 until in 1217 which dates the charter]. William Marisco was Chancellor of England during the Minority of Henry III and afterwards Prince Bishop of Durham. The fact that Elias could count on the personal patronage of someone with the standing William de Marisco is significant. It gives a clue as to his standing in Northumberland and perhaps explains how he could flout the law with apparent impunity.
  5. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", In this short essay I intend to present a simplified outline of the findings of many years of careful and intensive study into the origins of the Fetherstonhaugh or Featherstone family of Fetherstonhaugh in Northumberland. For the purposes of brevity and simplicity it is not my intention to provide a full and complete account which must wait for a forthcoming book. However for those who are sufficiently interested I will in due course provide access to the extracts from original charters and contemporary documents which were used to compile the current account. It is my hope that the following essay though not scholarly will be informative and accurate, but remain simple and easy to understand. Throughout the essay I will use Featherstone or Fetherston for the family rather than Fetherstonhaugh which I will reserve for references to the location in Northumberland. This is a matter of my own personal preference and does not reflect any other accepted norms for its usage.

John le Perkinson i1

M, #35008
Father*Peter Fetherstonhaugh1 b. c 1274, d. a 1346
ChartsRalph Grammaticus de Featherstone
Richard cir 1650
     John le Perkinson i is the son of Peter Fetherstonhaugh.1

Family

Child
Last Edited23 Mar 2012

Citations

  1. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", From the Tree drawn on page 2.

Amfrey Featherstone of Featherstone County Yorks1

M, #35009
Father*Ralph Pincerna of Featherstone2
ChartsRalph Grammaticus de Featherstone
Richard cir 1650
     Amfrey Featherstone of Featherstone County Yorks is the son of Ralph Pincerna of Featherstone.2

Family

Children
Last Edited26 Mar 2012

Citations

  1. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", It is in Yorkshire that we first find references to William de Featherstone between the years 1154 and 1170 and where he is identified as the son of Sir Amfrey Featherstone of Featherstone County Yorks. We are also told that he had a brother Dureward and a wife named Hadawise; that he held the Fee of Featherstone from Henry de Lascy Lord of the Honour of Pontefract; and that he had granted the living and tithes of the Parish Church of Featherstone to the monks of Nostell Priory.
  2. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", Sir Amfrey Featherstone of Featherstone in Yorkshire was the son and heir of Ralph Pincerna of Featherstone. Amfrey like his father before him was the Butler or Steward to Robert de Lacy Lord of the Honour of Pontefract, the Honour of Clitheroe and the Liberty of Bowland. Together these Honours comprised more than 200 manors mostly stretching over an arc of country in West Yorkshire and what is now North and East Lancashire. It represents one the largest contiguous land holdings in England and would later form the nucleus of the County Palatine and Duchy of Lancaster. Sir Amfrey of Featherstone founded Nostell Abbey. The foundation of Nostell Priory probably began in the early years of the twelfth century with a community of men who lived and prayed at a chapel dedicated to St Oswald in a wood in the Parish of Featherstone near Pontefract Castle in Yorkshire. This band of hermits in the wood dedicated to St Oswald first attracted the attention of the local Baron, Robert I de Lacy (died 1136) lord of the honour of Pontefract who helped them with gifts of land between 1109 and 1114. After Robert de Lacy’s banishment from England, c. 1114, the community came to the attention of King Henry I and through his influence the curiales of his court and his newly created barons in the North gifted an endowment, spiritual and temporal, establishing Nostell Priory as not merely self sufficient but so firmly footed as to establish it as one of the three wealthiest Augustinian priories in the North of England. There is a separate document that records the grant and dedication of a church dedicated to St Oswald for the use of the canons that was given either by Robert himself or by his knight Amfrey of Featherstone. Robert I de Lacy and his knight Amfrey of Featherstone were probably present at the dedication ceremony of this church as described in the document. The ceremony was probably conducted by Archbishop Thomas II of York. Nb This could only have happened between Robert de Lascy’s return from banishment in 1135 on the accession to the throne of King Stephen and Roberts death the following year ie between 1135 and 1136.

    The first son of Ralph grammaticus and Edeline was Ralph of Featherstone known as Ralph Pincerna because of his office as Butler to Ilbert de Laci. In some charters he is named as Ralph son of Edeline because his mother. Ralph was the Butler or Dapifer of Ilbert de Laci and performed the same office for Robert de Lacy. When Robert was banished by King henry I in 1114, Ralph joined him in Normandy and did not return to England.

Hadawise de Tynedale1

F, #35010
Father*Adam de Tynedale2 b. a 1625
ChartsRalph Grammaticus de Featherstone
Richard cir 1650
     Hadawise de Tynedale is the daughter of Adam de Tynedale.2

Family

William Featherstone b. b 1185, d. bt 1198 - 1204
Child
Last Edited6 May 2012

Citations

  1. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", It is in Yorkshire that we first find references to William de Featherstone between the years 1154 and 1170 and where he is identified as the son of Sir Amfrey Featherstone of Featherstone County Yorks. We are also told that he had a brother Dureward and a wife named Hadawise; that he held the Fee of Featherstone from Henry de Lascy Lord of the Honour of Pontefract; and that he had granted the living and tithes of the Parish Church of Featherstone to the monks of Nostell Priory.
  2. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", Elias is named along with Adam De Tindale Baron of Langley as a co-founder of the Benedictine Nunnery at Lambley on the Tyne, one and a half miles south of Featherstone Castle. The Nunnery was dedicated to St Patrick circa 1200 AD. In the founding charter Elias is named as the nephew of Adam of Tinedale making Elias the son of Adam De Tinedale’s sister Avice [Hadawise] who is named as the wife of William of Featherstone (in Yorkshire) in a grant donating the Parish Church of Featherstone to the Collegiate Church and Canons of Nostell Priory in 1154-70.
  3. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias."

Dureward Featherstone1

M, #35011
Father*Amfrey Featherstone of Featherstone County Yorks1
ChartsRalph Grammaticus de Featherstone
Richard cir 1650
     Dureward Featherstone is the son of Amfrey Featherstone of Featherstone County Yorks.1
Last Edited23 Mar 2012

Citations

  1. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", It is in Yorkshire that we first find references to William de Featherstone between the years 1154 and 1170 and where he is identified as the son of Sir Amfrey Featherstone of Featherstone County Yorks. We are also told that he had a brother Dureward and a wife named Hadawise; that he held the Fee of Featherstone from Henry de Lascy Lord of the Honour of Pontefract; and that he had granted the living and tithes of the Parish Church of Featherstone to the monks of Nostell Priory.

Ralph Pincerna of Featherstone1

M, #35012
Father*Ralph Grammaticus de Featherstone2
Mother*Edeline (Unknown)2
ChartsRalph Grammaticus de Featherstone
Richard cir 1650
     Ralph Pincerna of Featherstone is the son of Ralph Grammaticus de Featherstone and Edeline (Unknown).2
Last Edited22 Jun 2015

Citations

  1. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", Sir Amfrey Featherstone of Featherstone in Yorkshire was the son and heir of Ralph Pincerna of Featherstone. Amfrey like his father before him was the Butler or Steward to Robert de Lacy Lord of the Honour of Pontefract, the Honour of Clitheroe and the Liberty of Bowland. Together these Honours comprised more than 200 manors mostly stretching over an arc of country in West Yorkshire and what is now North and East Lancashire. It represents one the largest contiguous land holdings in England and would later form the nucleus of the County Palatine and Duchy of Lancaster. Sir Amfrey of Featherstone founded Nostell Abbey. The foundation of Nostell Priory probably began in the early years of the twelfth century with a community of men who lived and prayed at a chapel dedicated to St Oswald in a wood in the Parish of Featherstone near Pontefract Castle in Yorkshire. This band of hermits in the wood dedicated to St Oswald first attracted the attention of the local Baron, Robert I de Lacy (died 1136) lord of the honour of Pontefract who helped them with gifts of land between 1109 and 1114. After Robert de Lacy’s banishment from England, c. 1114, the community came to the attention of King Henry I and through his influence the curiales of his court and his newly created barons in the North gifted an endowment, spiritual and temporal, establishing Nostell Priory as not merely self sufficient but so firmly footed as to establish it as one of the three wealthiest Augustinian priories in the North of England. There is a separate document that records the grant and dedication of a church dedicated to St Oswald for the use of the canons that was given either by Robert himself or by his knight Amfrey of Featherstone. Robert I de Lacy and his knight Amfrey of Featherstone were probably present at the dedication ceremony of this church as described in the document. The ceremony was probably conducted by Archbishop Thomas II of York. Nb This could only have happened between Robert de Lascy’s return from banishment in 1135 on the accession to the throne of King Stephen and Roberts death the following year ie between 1135 and 1136.

    The first son of Ralph grammaticus and Edeline was Ralph of Featherstone known as Ralph Pincerna because of his office as Butler to Ilbert de Laci. In some charters he is named as Ralph son of Edeline because his mother. Ralph was the Butler or Dapifer of Ilbert de Laci and performed the same office for Robert de Lacy. When Robert was banished by King henry I in 1114, Ralph joined him in Normandy and did not return to England.
  2. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", The first son of Ralph grammaticus and Edeline was Ralph of Featherstone known as Ralph Pincerna because of his office as Butler to Ilbert de Laci. In some charters he is named as Ralph son of Edeline because his mother. Ralph was the Butler or Dapifer of Ilbert de Laci and performed the same office for Robert de Lacy. When Robert was banished by King henry I in 1114, Ralph joined him in Normandy and did not return to England.

Ralph Grammaticus de Featherstone1

M, #35013
ChartsRalph Grammaticus de Featherstone
Richard cir 1650
Last Edited7 Apr 2013

Citations

  1. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", The first son of Ralph grammaticus and Edeline was Ralph of Featherstone known as Ralph Pincerna because of his office as Butler to Ilbert de Laci. In some charters he is named as Ralph son of Edeline because his mother. Ralph was the Butler or Dapifer of Ilbert de Laci and performed the same office for Robert de Lacy. When Robert was banished by King henry I in 1114, Ralph joined him in Normandy and did not return to England.

Edeline (Unknown)1

F, #35014
ChartsRalph Grammaticus de Featherstone
Richard cir 1650
Last Edited23 Mar 2012

Citations

  1. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", The first son of Ralph grammaticus and Edeline was Ralph of Featherstone known as Ralph Pincerna because of his office as Butler to Ilbert de Laci. In some charters he is named as Ralph son of Edeline because his mother. Ralph was the Butler or Dapifer of Ilbert de Laci and performed the same office for Robert de Lacy. When Robert was banished by King henry I in 1114, Ralph joined him in Normandy and did not return to England.

Adam de Tynedale1,2

M, #35015, b. after 1625
Father*Robert de Tynedale First Baron of Tynedale3
     Adam de Tynedale was born after 1625. He was the son of Robert de Tynedale First Baron of Tynedale.3
Last Edited26 Mar 2012

Citations

  1. Baron of Langley.
  2. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", Elias is named along with Adam De Tindale Baron of Langley as a co-founder of the Benedictine Nunnery at Lambley on the Tyne, one and a half miles south of Featherstone Castle. The Nunnery was dedicated to St Patrick circa 1200 AD. In the founding charter Elias is named as the nephew of Adam of Tinedale making Elias the son of Adam De Tinedale’s sister Avice [Hadawise] who is named as the wife of William of Featherstone (in Yorkshire) in a grant donating the Parish Church of Featherstone to the Collegiate Church and Canons of Nostell Priory in 1154-70.
  3. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", As tree drawn by Richard.

Adam de Tynedale II Baron of Langley1

M, #35016
Father*Adam de Tynedale1 b. a 1625
     Adam de Tynedale II Baron of Langley is the son of Adam de Tynedale.1
Last Edited23 Mar 2012

Citations

  1. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", Elias is named along with Adam De Tindale Baron of Langley as a co-founder of the Benedictine Nunnery at Lambley on the Tyne, one and a half miles south of Featherstone Castle. The Nunnery was dedicated to St Patrick circa 1200 AD. In the founding charter Elias is named as the nephew of Adam of Tinedale making Elias the son of Adam De Tinedale’s sister Avice [Hadawise] who is named as the wife of William of Featherstone (in Yorkshire) in a grant donating the Parish Church of Featherstone to the Collegiate Church and Canons of Nostell Priory in 1154-70.

Robert de Tynedale First Baron of Tynedale1

M, #35017
Father*Uctred Lord of Tynedale2
Mother*Bethoc Macdonald1
     Robert de Tynedale First Baron of Tynedale is the son of Uctred Lord of Tynedale and Bethoc Macdonald.2,1

Family

Child
Last Edited23 Mar 2012

Citations

  1. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", As tree drawn by Richard.
  2. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", As tree drawn by Richard
    Waldeve Of Allerdale Earl of Dunbar [possibly later Abbot of Croyland?]married Sigrid a Northumbrian noblewoman.

Uctred Lord of Tynedale1

M, #35018
Father*Waldeve of Allerdale2
Mother*Sigrid (Unknown)3
     Uctred Lord of Tynedale is the son of Waldeve of Allerdale and Sigrid (Unknown).2,3
Last Edited23 Mar 2012

Citations

  1. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", As tree drawn by Richard.
  2. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", As tree drawn by Richard
    Waldeve Of Allerdale Earl of Dunbar [possibly later Abbot of Croyland?]married Sigrid a Northumbrian noblewoman.
  3. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", As tree drawn by Richard
    Waldeve Of Allerdale Earl of Dunbar [possibly later Abbot of Croyland?]married Sigrid a Northumbrian noblewoman.

Bethoc Macdonald1,2

F, #35019
Last Edited23 Mar 2012

Citations

  1. Princess Bethoc macDonald heiress of King Donald Bane of Scots, Coarb of St Columba.
  2. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", As tree drawn by Richard
    Princess Bethoc macDonald heiress of King Donald Bane of Scots, Coarb of St Columba.
  3. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", As tree drawn by Richard.

Waldeve of Allerdale1

M, #35020
Father*Cospatrick (Unknown)2 d. 1075
Mother*Cristina? (Unknown)2
     Waldeve of Allerdale is the son of Cospatrick (Unknown) and Cristina? (Unknown).2
Last Edited23 Mar 2012

Citations

  1. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", As tree drawn by Richard
    Waldeve Of Allerdale Earl of Dunbar [possibly later Abbot of Croyland?]married Sigrid a Northumbrian noblewoman.
  2. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", As tree drawn by Richard
    Cospatrick made Earl of Northumbria in 1067 and forfeited in 1072 afterwards Earl of Dunbar died 1075
    ? married a daughter of Prince Edward the Exile the only son of King Edmund Ironside [possibly Cristina?].

Sigrid (Unknown)1

F, #35021
Last Edited19 Jun 2015

Citations

  1. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", As tree drawn by Richard
    ]Waldeve Of Allerdale Earl of Dunbar [possibly later Abbot of Croyland?]marriedWaldeve Of Allerdale Earl of Dunbar [possibly later Abbot of Croyland?]married Sigrid a Northumbrian noblewoman
    a Northumbrian noblewoman.
  2. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", As tree drawn by Richard
    Waldeve Of Allerdale Earl of Dunbar [possibly later Abbot of Croyland?]married Sigrid a Northumbrian noblewoman.

Cospatrick (Unknown)1

M, #35022, d. 1075
Father*Maldred of Allerdale2
Mother*Ealdgyth (Unknown)2
     Cospatrick (Unknown) was the son of Maldred of Allerdale and Ealdgyth (Unknown).2 Cospatrick (Unknown) died in 1075.3
     Cospatrick (Unknown) was appointed Earl of Northumbria in 1067and forfeited in 1072.3 Cospatrick (Unknown) was appointed Earl of Dunbar.3
Last Edited23 Mar 2012

Citations

  1. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", As tree drawn by Richard
    Cospatrick made Earl of Northumbria in 1067and forfeited in 1072 afterwards Earl of Dunbar died 1075
    ? married a daughter of Prince Edward the Exile the only son of King Edmund Ironside [possibly Cristina?].
  2. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", As tree drawn by Richard
    Maldred of Allerdale Prince of the Cumbrians
    married Ealdgyth daughter of Uchtred the Mighty Earl of Northumbria and Eadith daughter of King Ethelred the Unready of England.
  3. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", As tree drawn by Richard
    Cospatrick made Earl of Northumbria in 1067 and forfeited in 1072 afterwards Earl of Dunbar died 1075
    ? married a daughter of Prince Edward the Exile the only son of King Edmund Ironside [possibly Cristina?].

Cristina? (Unknown)1

F, #35023
Last Edited23 Mar 2012

Citations

  1. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", As tree drawn by Richard
    Cospatrick made Earl of Northumbria in 1067 and forfeited in 1072 afterwards Earl of Dunbar died 1075
    ? married a daughter of Prince Edward the Exile the only son of King Edmund Ironside [possibly Cristina?].

Maldred of Allerdale1

M, #35024
Father*Crinan Coarb of St Columbia2 b. c 975, d. c 1045
Mother*Bethoc MacMalcolm2
     Maldred of Allerdale is the son of Crinan Coarb of St Columbia and Bethoc MacMalcolm.2
Last Edited22 Jun 2015

Citations

  1. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", As tree drawn by Richard
    Maldred of Allerdale Prince of the Cumbrians
    married Ealdgyth daughter of Uchtred the Mighty Earl of Northumbria and Eadith daughter of King Ethelred the Unready of England.
  2. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", As tree drawn by Richard
    Crinan Coarb of St Columba, Thane of Atholl & Abbot of Dunkeld c975-1045
    married Princes Bethoc MacMalcolm daughter of Malcolm III King of Scots.
  3. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", As tree drawn by Richard
    Maldred of Allerdale Prince of the Cumbrians
    married Ealdgyth daughter of Uchtred the Mighty Earl of Northumbria and Eadith daughter of King Ethelred the Unready of England.

Ealdgyth (Unknown)1

F, #35025
Last Edited23 Mar 2012

Citations

  1. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", As tree drawn by Richard
    Maldred of Allerdale Prince of the Cumbrians
    married Ealdgyth daughter of Uchtred the Mighty Earl of Northumbria and Eadith daughter of King Ethelred the Unready of England.

Crinan Coarb of St Columbia1

M, #35026, b. circa 975, d. circa 1045
Father*Crinan Coarb Thane of Atholl & Abbot of Dunkeld2
     Crinan Coarb of St Columbia was born circa 975.3 He was the son of Crinan Coarb Thane of Atholl & Abbot of Dunkeld.2 Crinan Coarb of St Columbia died circa 1045.3
Last Edited23 Mar 2012

Citations

  1. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", As tree drawn by Richard
    Crinan Coarb of St Columba, Thane of Atholl & Abbot of Dunkeld c975-1045
    married Princes Bethoc MacMalcolm daughter of Malcolm III King of Scots.
  2. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", As tree drawn by Richard
    Duncan Coarb of St Columba, Thane of Atholl & Abbot of Dunkeld.
  3. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", As tree drawn by Richard
    Crinan Coarb of St Columba, Thane of Atholl & Abbot of Dunkeld c975-1045
    married Princes Bethoc MacMalcolm daughter of Malcolm III King of Scots.

Bethoc MacMalcolm1

F, #35027
Father*King of Scots Malcolm III MacMalcolm1
     Bethoc MacMalcolm is the daughter of King of Scots Malcolm III MacMalcolm.1

Family

Crinan Coarb of St Columbia b. c 975, d. c 1045
Child
Last Edited19 Jun 2015

Citations

  1. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", As tree drawn by Richard
    Crinan Coarb of St Columba, Thane of Atholl & Abbot of Dunkeld c975-1045
    married Princes Bethoc MacMalcolm daughter of Malcolm III King of Scots.

King of Scots Malcolm III MacMalcolm1

M, #35028

Family

Child
Last Edited19 Jun 2015

Citations

  1. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", As tree drawn by Richard
    Crinan Coarb of St Columba, Thane of Atholl & Abbot of Dunkeld c975-1045
    married Princes Bethoc MacMalcolm daughter of Malcolm III King of Scots.

Crinan Coarb Thane of Atholl & Abbot of Dunkeld1

M, #35029
Father*Crinan Coarb2 d. a 965
     Crinan Coarb Thane of Atholl & Abbot of Dunkeld is the son of Crinan Coarb.2

Family

Child
Last Edited23 Mar 2012

Citations

  1. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", As tree drawn by Richard
    Duncan Coarb of St Columba, Thane of Atholl & Abbot of Dunkeld.
  2. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", As tree drawn by Richard
    Duncan Coarb of St Columba, ArchPriest & Abthane of Dull –died aft 965.
  3. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", As tree drawn by Richard
    Duncan Coarb of St Columba, Thane of Atholl & Abbot of Dunkeld.

Crinan Coarb1

M, #35030, d. after 965
     Crinan Coarb died after 965.1
Last Edited23 Mar 2012

Citations

  1. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", As tree drawn by Richard
    Duncan Coarb of St Columba, ArchPriest & Abthane of Dull –died aft 965.
  2. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", As tree drawn by Richard
    Duncan Coarb of St Columba, ArchPriest & Abthane of Dull –died aft 965.

Hextilda de Tynedale1

F, #35031
Father*Uctred Lord of Tynedale1
Mother*Bethoc Macdonald1
     Hextilda de Tynedale is the daughter of Uctred Lord of Tynedale and Bethoc Macdonald.1
Last Edited23 Mar 2012

Citations

  1. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", As tree drawn by Richard.

Albany Fetherston of Fetherston Haugh in Cumberland1

M, #35032, b. circa 1518, d. before 1666
Father*Alexander Fetherstonhaugh v1,2 d. a 1543
Mother*Anne Crakenthorpe1 d. b 1545
ChartsRalph Grammaticus de Featherstone
Richard cir 1650
     Albany Fetherston of Fetherston Haugh in Cumberland was born circa 1518.3 He was the son of Alexander Fetherstonhaugh v and Anne Crakenthorpe.1,2 Albany Fetherston of Fetherston Haugh in Cumberland married Lucie Dudley on 1 July 1543 at Yanwath, Cumberland, EnglandG.1,3 Albany Fetherston of Fetherston Haugh in Cumberland died before 1666 at Deanmans Shore, NorthumberlandG.3

Family

Lucie Dudley b. c 1522, d. 30 Dec 1596
Children
Last Edited3 Dec 2015

Citations

  1. [S1216] Joseph Foster, Pedigrees Recorded at The Heralds Visitations.
  2. [S1216] Joseph Foster, Pedigrees Recorded at The Heralds Visitations, Visitation 1615.
  3. [S1218] Constance Grayson, "Research of Constance Grayson."
  4. [S1216] Joseph Foster, Pedigrees Recorded at The Heralds Visitations, Visitation 1615 2nd son died unmarried.
  5. [S1216] Joseph Foster, Pedigrees Recorded at The Heralds Visitations, Visitation 1666 3nd son Henry of Kirkoswald died Nov 1626 about.
  6. [S1216] Joseph Foster, Pedigrees Recorded at The Heralds Visitations, Visitation 1666 Anne daughter of Albany.
  7. [S1216] Joseph Foster, Pedigrees Recorded at The Heralds Visitations, Visitation 1666 Jane daughter of Albany.
  8. [S1216] Joseph Foster, Pedigrees Recorded at The Heralds Visitations, Visitation 1615 son and heir.

Lucie Dudley1

F, #35033, b. circa 1522, d. 30 December 1596
ChartsRalph Grammaticus de Featherstone
Richard cir 1650
     Lucie Dudley was born circa 1522.2 She married Albany Fetherston of Fetherston Haugh in Cumberland, son of Alexander Fetherstonhaugh v and Anne Crakenthorpe, on 1 July 1543 at Yanwath, Cumberland, EnglandG.3,2 Lucie Dudley died on 30 December 1596 at Yanwath, Westmoreland, EnglandG.4
     As of 1 July 1543,her married name was Fetherston.3,2

Family

Albany Fetherston of Fetherston Haugh in Cumberland b. c 1518, d. b 1666
Children
Last Edited3 Dec 2015

Citations

  1. [S1216] Joseph Foster, Pedigrees Recorded at The Heralds Visitations, daughter of Thomas Dudley of Yanworth in Cumbria Esqr.
  2. [S1218] Constance Grayson, "Research of Constance Grayson."
  3. [S1216] Joseph Foster, Pedigrees Recorded at The Heralds Visitations.
  4. [S852] Website My Heritage (http://www.myheritage.com/) "In Charlton Web Site Charlton Family Tree
    Site manager: [Australia] [PremiumPlus member] SHIRLEY MCPHERSON
    Birth
    Circa 1520
    Yanwath, England.
    Death
    Dec 30 1596
    YANWATH, WESTMORELAND, ENGLAND."
  5. [S1216] Joseph Foster, Pedigrees Recorded at The Heralds Visitations, Visitation 1615 2nd son died unmarried.
  6. [S1216] Joseph Foster, Pedigrees Recorded at The Heralds Visitations, Visitation 1666 3nd son Henry of Kirkoswald died Nov 1626 about.
  7. [S1216] Joseph Foster, Pedigrees Recorded at The Heralds Visitations, Visitation 1666 Anne daughter of Albany.
  8. [S1216] Joseph Foster, Pedigrees Recorded at The Heralds Visitations, Visitation 1666 Jane daughter of Albany.
  9. [S1216] Joseph Foster, Pedigrees Recorded at The Heralds Visitations, Visitation 1615 son and heir.

Thomas Fetherston1

M, #35034
Father*Alexander Fetherstonhaugh v1,2 d. a 1543
Mother*Anne Crakenthorpe1 d. b 1545
ChartsRalph Grammaticus de Featherstone
Richard cir 1650
     Thomas Fetherston is the son of Alexander Fetherstonhaugh v and Anne Crakenthorpe.1,2
Last Edited24 Mar 2012

Citations

  1. [S1216] Joseph Foster, Pedigrees Recorded at The Heralds Visitations, son two.
  2. [S1216] Joseph Foster, Pedigrees Recorded at The Heralds Visitations, Visitation 1615.