Name: Ferdinando Hudleston
Death: ABT 1646
Residence: Thwaite Hall, Romaldkirk, Yorkshire 1
Baptism: 10 JUL 1577 Hasely, Oxfordshire
Occupation: Knight of the Shire 1624
MEM: Hutton John, Cumberland: Initials FH on four poster bed
Note: 1 2 3 4 5|
Change Date: 21 SEP 2010
Ferdinand and Jane lived mostly at Thwaite Hall Romaldkirk...an ancient Hudleston estate...until 1628 when his father William died. Both were recusants (Roman Catholics) They had 16 children [inc 9 sons] some of whom d. in infancy.
Knight of the shire in 1624 (21 James I).
He had 9 sons (WIILIAM, JOHN, FERDINANDO, RICHARD RALPH, INGLEBY, EDWARD (christened 18 Nov 1620 Millom, died after 1692.), ROBERT and JOSEPH), all of whom were officers in the service of Charles I, and 4 daus. His eldest son Sir William succeeded.
[I have therefore deduced that that ?our? Edward is this Ferdinando?s son]
GREY, Shield on four poster bed from Millom Castle, dated 1642 and with initials FH, now at Hutton John; Ferdinando Hudleston, of Millom, M.P. for Cumberland 1624, marr. Jane, dau. of Sir Ralph Grey, of Chillingham (n). Arms. Gules a lion rampant within a bordure engrailed Argent.
(from Cumberland Families and Heraldry)
His fourth son was Richard Huddleston, a lieutenant-colonel of Foot in the royal army, who was slain on Trinity Sunday (June 16), during the siege of York, while repulsing an attack on the King's Manor. Baptized at Romaldkirk, 11 March, 1609-10. Will dated 9 Dec., 1642 [Pro. 15 April, 1665]. Buried York Minster June, 1644.
His son Sir William married B. Pennington.
Father: William Hudleston b: ABT 1549
Mother: Mary Bridges b: in Avening, Gloucestershire
- John Hudleston
- Edward Hudleston b: 1620
- Text: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~virginiahuddlestons/captain_john_huddleston_of_the_b.htm
- Text: IGI
- Type: Web Site
Title: Huddleston Family Association
Author: Roy Huddleston
- Type: Book
Periodical: All the Days of My Life: An Autobiography [And history of Huddleston familly]
Author: Amelia E. Barr
Publication: D. Appleton and Company
- Text: THE DE BETHAMS, OF BEETHAM
Letter TO THE EDITOR OF THE WESTMORLAND GAZETTE
From BELLE PRICKETT, Low Fields, Hincaster, Milnthorpe.
DECEMBER 24, 1927