Hudleston wrote articles published in CWAAS Transactions, "Cumberland and=Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Transactions", and thes=
Easiest is simply to do a google search as follows "site:archaeologydatas=ervice.ac.uk hudleston"
Obviously you can also add terms such as "Lowther" etc.
On Wednesday, 5 September 2018 00:31:51 UTC+1, Venelow wrote:A family tree provided by a professional genealogist many years ago links t=
On Sunday, September 2, 2018 at 5:39:07 PM UTC-4, John Higgins wrote:
On Saturday, September 1, 2018 at 8:53:53 PM UTC-7, Venelow wrote:
On Saturday, September 1, 2018 at 3:19:45 PM UTC-4, Venelow wrote:
I am researching family history and am now on unfamiliar ground. =
here are no dates attached to Robert or Thomas. I have worked out that Agn=This information appears to have come from Crisp's Visitations. T=
el Lowther and they married in 1424. Isobel was one of the daughters of Rob= ert Lowther and Margaret Strickland and Robert was the son of Sir John Lowt= her and Maud/Margaret Preston. (Rev. C.M. Lowther Bouch CW2 48 p122)It appears that Agnes Leigh's parents were William Leigh and Isob=
d Agnes and the chronology seems to be a bit off. I did find a Thomas Penru= ddock was a witness to the nuncupative will of Robert Lowther dated 17 Marc=I have not been able to find a daughter of Sir John Lowther calle=
n Robert's mother would be his wife's great aunt and Robert and Agnes would=If Thomas Penruddock did marry a daughter of Sir John Lowther the=
ion of who Thomas Penruddock of Arkelby married?Does anyone have any information about Agnes Lowther or confirmat=
ding.Any insight into this problem gratefully recieved. Thanks for rea=
available online. However the information in it has thrown up more problems=Venelow
Thank you John. I knew about the Owen book but did not know it was =
0 husband of Elizabeth Highmore. His father Robert P. of Arkelby husband of=That shows Edward Penruddock of Arkelby who died before 27 Sept 156=
s some generations after the William Leigh Isobel marriage instead of being=In the Owen book the Agnes Lowther and Thomas Penruddock marriage i=
ge of Ivy Church, Wilts M.P. for Salisbury 1552/3 back into Cumberland I wo= uld be grateful to receive it.If anyone has credible information on the Penruddocks from Sir Geor=
rather in the family of Leigh of Isell =E2=80=93 and specifically in the i= dentification of the Sir William Leigh whose daughter Agnes married Robert = Penruddock of Arkelby.Many thanks.
I think the problem here may lie not in the family of Penrudduck, but=
s that there were five Williams in succession in the late 14th century and = throughout the 15th century. The family continued to produce MPs for Cumbe= rland as late as the reign of Elizabeth I, but the connection of the later = Leighs to the earlier ones is not very clear.I'm not aware of any good pedigree of the family, but it seem=
s (including which one served as MP at which times), but this is what I=E2= =80=99ve been able to piece together from Roskell's HOP 1386-1421, =The five Williams seem to have been easily confused by various author=
9; m. Agnes, dau. of Sir Clement Skelton1. William Leigh (living 1394); m. Katherine NN
2. Sir William Leigh (d. 1428), MP various times between 1399 and 141=
1439), MP 1433 [or 1423?]; m. Isabel, dau. of Sir Robert Lowther3. Sir William Leigh (aged 40 [or 34?] at father's death, d. =
of John Hudleston (m. (2) Sir Edward Redman)4. Sir William Leigh (beheaded 1462), MP 1459
5. Sir William Leigh, Sheriff of Cumberland 1469; m. Elizabeth, dau. =
mean there wasn't one. Based on this construction, however, I=E2=I can presently find no later William Leigh, but that doesn't=
pent last weekend looking for more information on the Leighs and found a tr=Hi Again John
Thank you for your reply re Sir William Leigh (Legh Lee, Ley etc.). I s=
ok that Agnes Lowther the daughter of Sir John Lowther c. 1487 =E2=80=93 1= 553 was the Agnes that married Thomas Penruddock. This information is in C= hapter 5 on page 58. There is a source note number 13 on p. 418 which refe= rences Sir John's will as a source for his wife Lucy surviving him.=I have also been looking at the information from Hugh Owen's bo=
mention of Agnes or any Penruddock grandchildren. I could not find the Vo=I managed to track down Sir John's Will of 1552 and there is no=
3 do start with Thomas Penruddock and Agnes Lowther but no dates are mentio= ned. I assume the Vol 10 version of 1623 includes the earlier information.
The Wiltshire Visitations of 1565 and the Cumberland Visitations of 161=
arms were granted to George Penruddock in 1548. The six annulets of the Lo= wther family feature in the bottom left quarter. I don't know what the othe=There is a drawing of the Penruddock Arms in the 1613 Visitations. The =
of work on Cumbrian families and I'm not sure how much has been published b= eyond 'Cumberland Families & Heraldry'. He donated all his papers to Durham=Guess I'll just keep digging. Thank you for taking the time to answer.
Just a thought that probably isn't very helpful. Roy Hudleston did a lot =
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