'Heber1'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Heiber of Keytheley, Heber of Hodnet Hall, Heber of Marton, Heber of Stainton Hall

Commoners reports "The Hebers take their name from a place in Craven called Haybergh, where the earliest of the family are supposed to have lived. The oldest tradition refers to Ernulphus de Hayburgh, of Saxon descent, living towards the end of the twelfth century at Milnethorpe, in the parish of Sandale."
?? Heibire
1. Oswald Heibire (d Wakefield)
2. Thomas Heibire of Keytheley (d 1499)
  A. Thomas Heiber of Keytheley, later of West Marton (b 1478, d 1548)
i. Reginald Heber of West & East Marton and Stainton (d 14.11.1600)
  m. (1558) Anne Malholme (dau of John de Malholme of Eislach)
  a. Thomas Heber (dvp)
  (1) Thomas Heber of Stainton Hall, later of Marton (b 08.06.1566, d 1633)
  m. Elinore Ferrand (dau of Thomas Ferrand of Carlton)
(A) Thomas Heber of Marton and Stainton (bur 26.01.1659)
  m. Anne Lowther (dau of Sir William Lowther of Ingleton)
  (i) Thomas Heber of Marton and Stainton (d 1668)
  m. (30.01.1644/5) Margaret or Bridget Pennington (bur 04.09.1662, dau of Sir John Pennington of Muncaster)
(a) Thomas Heber of Marton (b 1643, bur 1679)
  m. Rebecca Markham (dau of Sir Robert Markham, Bart of Sedgebrooke)
  ((1)) Reginald Heber of Marton & Stainton (b 1675, bur 1715)
  m. (1696) Hester Cayley (dau of Sir William Cayley, Bart of Brompton)
  ((A)) Thomas Heber of Marton & Stainton (b 1697, d 21.10.1752)
  The first mentioned by Baker.
  m. (1722) Elizabeth Atherton (b c1703, d 23.03.1753, dau of John Atherton of Atherton, son of Elizabeth dau of the heiress of Hodnet)
  ((i)) Richard Heber of Marton & Hodnet (b c1727, dspms 22.07.1766)
m. (25.11.1756) Elizabeth Barnardiston (d 18.03.1803, dau of Arthur Barnardiston of Brightwell Hall)
  ((a)) Henrietta (Harriot) Heber (d 05.1820)
  m. (20.07.1787) William Wrightson of Cusworth
  ((b))+ other issue (d unm) - Thomas (b c1757, d 1763), Mary (d 02.09.1809), Elizabeth (b c1764, d 1784)
  ((ii)) Reginald Heber of Hodnet Hall & Marton Hall (b 1729, d 1804, rector of Malpas & Hodnet)
  m1. (15.04.1773) Mary Baylie (b 1744-5, d 31.01.1774, dau of Martin Baylie of Wicklewood Ampnors)
  ((a)) Richard Heber of Wicklewood Ampnors, Hodnet, Marton, Stainton, Hartlington & Buckden, Sheriff of Shropshire (b 03.01.1774, d unm 04.10.1833, Lt. Colonel, MP)
  m2. (1782) Mary Allanson (dau of Cuthbert Allanson of Middleton Hall & Adlington)
((b)) Reginald Heber, Bishop of Calcutta (b 1785, d 03.04.1826)
  m. Amelia (dau of the Dean of st. Asaph)
  (((1)))+ issue - Emily, Harriot Sarah
  ((c)) Thomas Cuthbert Heber (d unm 1816, rector of Marton)
  ((d)) Mary Heber of Hodnet Hall & Marton Hall (d 22.12.1846)
m1. (22.06.1822) Rev. Charles Cholmondeley (d 1831, rector of Hodnet)
  m2. (18.05.1841) Samuel H. Macaulay (rector of Hodnet)
  ((iii))+ other issue (d unm) - Thomas (d young), Elizabeth (b 1726, d 1812), Frances (d 1805)
  ((2)) Rebecca Heber (b 1670-1, d 13.02.1744) apparently of this generation
  m. (16.03.1695/6) Roger Nowell of Read (bpt 19.01.1674/5, bur 15.07.1725)
  (b) Eleanor Heber (bur 15.12.1683) probably of this generation
  m. (05.02.1673) Alexander Nowell 'of Morton' (bpt 30.08.1632, dvp 01.01.1695)
  (ii) Everill Heber probably of this generation
  m. (29.01.1631) Edward Fleetwood of Rossall (b 1608, dvpspm 1644)
  (B) Jane Heber
  m. (1607/8) Thomas Lister of Arnoldsbiggin
  m2. Richard Ashe
  (C) Martha Heber probably of this generation
  m. George Clapham of Beamsley

Main source(s): Commoners (vol 4, 'Heber of Hodnet and Marton', p132+) with a little input/support from 'The History and Antiquities of the County of Northampton' (George Baker, vol 1, 1822-1830, 'Jennens of Thorp Mandevill, and Weston by Wedon, Peareth; Barnardiston, Heber, &c', p720)
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