'Headlam1'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Headlam of Kexby, Headlam of Nunthorpe, Headlam of York

Raphe Headlam of York (bur 08.09.1616)
m. (06.08.1588) Ann Thornhill
1. Leonard Headlam of York (bur 14.08.1645, Town Clerk)
  m. Jane Knaggs (bur 30.08.1667, dau/heir of John Knaggs of Jendall, widow of George Pettie)
  A. John Headlam of Kexby, Yorkshire (bur 29.06.1664)
m. Margaret Lyster (bpt 10.04.1622, bur 08.06.1699, dau of Sir John Lyster of Kingston-upon-Hull)
  i. Richard Headlam (bpt 19.10.1664, d 1730, 5th son)
  In the' Addenda et Corrigenda' (p526+), Clay points out that the original pedigree must have omitted a generation, there having been confusion between Richard's brother Charles and Richard's son.
m. (c1698) Susanna
  a. Charles Headlam of Kexby (b c1705, bur 19.10.1765)
  The following is supported by FMG (vol 3, MS366, 'Hammond-Hawke-Pulleyne-Moseley', p880).
  m. (21.10.1723) Bridget Mosley (dau of Rev. Thomas Mosley)
  (1) Bridget Headlam (b 1730, d 10.07.1792)
  m. Cuthbert Allanson (bur 11.06.1780, chaplain to the House of Commons, rector of Wath)
  (2) Margaret Headlam (bpt 28.07.1731, d 01.1764)
  m. (25.08.1750) Arthur Charles Stanhope (son of Michael)
  (3)+ other issue - Elizabeth, Anne (d young?)
  ii. Frances Headlam (bpt 03.1654)
  m. (29.12.1685) Charles Redman of York
  iii.+ other issue - John, Walter, Richard, Charles (bpt 23.03.1656), Elizabeth (d young), Susan (d young)
  B. William Headlam (bpt 27.11.1627, d unm)
  C. daughter
  m. George Nandick
2.+ other issue - John (bpt 08.03.1593-4?), Ralph (bpt 16.09.1595, bur 17.10.1596), Robert of London, Elizabeth (bpt 21.09.1596, d unm), Mary (bpt 21.9.1599, d unm)



John Headlam of Nunthorpe, Yorkshire (d 1461)
1. Christopher Headlam of Nunthorpe
  A. Ralph Headlam of Nunthorpe (d 1543-4)
  i. William Headlam of Nunthorpe (b c1542, d 1565)
  m. Dorothy Bate (dau of William Bate of West Lathe) apparently wife of William, possibly mother of ...
  a. Joan Headlam
  m. Ralph Bowes

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section : 'Dugdale's Visitation of Yorkshire with additions' (J.W. Clay, vol III (1917), 'Headlam of Kexby', p250+)
(2) For lower section : VCH (Yorkshire, North Riding, vol 2, 'Parishes: Great Ayton')
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