Witherington-Widdrington family tree-a speculated line from MD to Northumberland, England

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  • ID: I52719
  • Name: Mary STAPLETON 1 2
  • Sex: F
  • Birth: ABT 1410 in Edenhall, Cumberland, England
  • Reference Number: 52723
  • Death: UNKNOWN

    Father: William STAPLETON b: ABT 1385 in Edenhall, Cumberland, England
    Mother: Margaret VETERIPONT b: ABT 1390 in Alston, Cumberland, England

    Marriage 1 William HILTON b: ABT 1408 in Hilton, Yorkshire, England
    • Married: BEF 20 JAN 1438 in England
    1. Has Children Elizabeth HILTON b: ABT 1430 in Hilton, Yorkshire, England
    2. Has Children Eleanor HILTON b: ABT 1442 in Hilton, Yorkshire, England

    1. Title: John P. Ravilious -soc.genealogy.medieval, at groups - google.com
        Name: soc.genealogy.medieval, at groups - google.com

      John P. Ravilious -soc.genealogy.medieval, at groups - google.com, Source Medium: Internet
    2. Author: John Hodgson
      Title: A history of Northumberland, in three parts, Volumes 2-3
      Publication: Name: E. Walker, 1840;
        Name: Google Book

      John Hodgson, A history of Northumberland, in three parts, Volumes 2-3 (E. Walker, 1840).
      Page: 30
      Text: From this Nicholas his Alston estates descended to his son Robert ; and from him, it would appear, to his sisters Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Blencowe, and Joan, wife of William Whytlawe, where a link or two of the family pedigree is wanting to connect it with Thomas Whytlawe, who, in 1443, according to Nicholson and Burn, granted the manors of Aldston, Ellerington, and Gerrardgill, to William Stapletonr and Margaret5 his wife, of Edenhall, whose daughter Mary carried Alston by marriage to the Hiltons, of Hilton castle, in the county of Durham, who, about the year 1618, sold it to sir Francis Radclyffe, of Dilston, baronet, after the attainder of whose descendant James Radclyffe, third earl of Derwentwater, in 1716, it was settled by act of parliament on Greenwich Hospital, in which corporation it still continues.
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