'HZmisc17'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Hetherington of Brinkburn, Hetherington of Intack, Hodgson of Brinkburn, Hodgson of Burgh-by-Sands, Heton of Chillingham, Heton of Hartley, Hudspeth of Prior Mains in Corbridge, Hocken (Tregarth) in Trevia

Thomas Hetherington of Intack (or Hemblesgate) in Brampton, Cumberland (bur 30.06.1795)
m. (04.08.1744) Jane Cruben of Gelt Bridge (bur 07.05.1799)
1. Joseph Hetherington of Burrough's Building (Surrey) then Brinkburn (bpt 03.10.1753, d 06.09.1792)
  m. Elizabeth (m2. Richard Saumarez of Newington)
2. John Hetherington of Intack (bpt 19.10.1755, d 12.1808)
  m. Thomas Smith (a 1825)
  A. Mary Hetherington of Brinkburn (bpt 09.06.1788, d 30.04.1830)
m. (25.10.1809) Richard Hodgson of Moorhouse Hall @@ below
3. Elizabeth Hetherington (bpt 24.01.1747, d 26.05.1813)
  m. (14.11.1772) George Tinniswood of Cumcatch then Boothby House in Brampton (b 1737-8, d 20.03.1801)
  A. Mary Tinniswood
  m. (after 18.08.1801) Thomas Halford of Newington
  B. Elizabeth Tinniswood (a 1825)
  m1. (after 20.12.1806) Benjamin Cook of Newcastle
  m2. _ Reay (of Walker)
  C. Frances Tinniswood
  m. (c10.1813) John Robson of Felling
  D.+ other isssue - John (d 1799), George of Boothby House (b c1777, d 16.02.1853), Joseph of Boothby House (b 1777-8, d 31.05.1826), Thomas (d before 26.08.1825), Robert of Boothby House (b 1786-7, d 19.07.1861)
4.+ other issue (d young) - John, Thomas



William Hodgson of West End, Burgh-by-Sands
1. Thomas Hodgson of West End, later of Fauld, Burgh-by-Sands (bpt 25.07.1725)
  m. (02.07.1748) Isabella Hodgson (bpt 25.06.1726, d 27.03.1788, dau/coheir of William Hodgson of Fauld)
  A. Richard Hodgson of Moorhouse Hall (Burgh-by-Sands), later of Brinkburn (bpt 13.04.1760, d 21.05.1830, Major, youngest son)
  m1. (01.10.1792) Matilda (widow of George Simpson of Calcutta)
  i. William Hodgson, later Cadogan of Brinkburn (b 23.12.1794, d 24.04.1855) had issue
  m. (26.11.1825) Sarah Cadogan (b 15.03.1810, d 19.12.1874, dau/heir of Ward Cadogan of Brinkburn)
  ii.+ other issue - Richard (b 17.11.1793, d 10.03.1794), Jane Dalton (d unm 17.12.1829)
  m2. (25.10.18096) Mary Hetherington (dau/heir of John Hetherington of Intack) @@ above
  iv. Isabella Hodgson (bpt 23.09.1810, dsp c1834)
  m. (c1833) David Eward (Lt. Colonel in Bengal)
  B.+ other issue - Thomas of London (bpt 10.09.1749, d 01.04.1822), John (bpt 06.1752, d 05.01.1789), Jane (bpt 01.08.1756, bur 27.01.1840)



This section was first uploaded into a Temporary page on 30.08.07 being based on information taken from various web sites (in particular the Jim Weber site in RootsWeb). It was expanded on 01.02.17 using Hodgson's 'Pedigree on Charron, &c.". It was moved here following reference to Craster's work although the data not supported by that work is now shown in italics.
Sir Henry de Heton of Chillingham, Northumberland (b c1235) possibly father of ...
1. Sir Thomas de Heton of Chillingham
  A. Sir Thomas de Heton of Hartley & Chillingham (d 30.01.1352/3)
  m. Agnes
i. Sir Alan Heton of Chillingham (d 21.03.1386/7)
  m. Constance Lilburn (dau of John Lilburn of Lilburn)
  a. Joan Heton (d 12.10.1416)
  m. (before 06.09.1372) Sir Robert de Ogle (bpt 08.12.1353, d 31.10.1409/10)
b. Mary Heton possibly of this generation
  m1/2. John Strother of Moneylaws (a 1379)
  m2/1. Sir William Swinburne (b c1353, d 1402)
  Craster starts with the following Thomas other than to describe him as " 'fitz bastard' natural son of Thomas de Heton of Hartley and Chillingham".
  ii. Thomas Heton or Heaton of Hartley (d 11.08.1362)
m. Joan Clifford (dau of Robert Clifford, 3rd Lord, by Isabel de Berkeley)
  a. Thomas de Heton (b 08.09.1351, dsp before 04.10.1363)
  b. Sir Henry de Heton of Hartley, later also of Chillingham (d 25.10.1399)
  m. Isabel de Monboucher (d 23.10.1724, dau/heir of Sir Bertram de Monboucher, m2. Robert Harbottle of Preston)
  The following is partly supported by Hodgson's 'A History of Northumberland in three parts' (Part II, vol II, 1832, p261, 'Pedigree of Charron, &c.').
  (1) William Heaton (b c1393, dsp 22.09.1401)
  (2) Joan Heaton (b 01.08.1389)
  m1. (before 26.03.1404) Robert de Rotherford
  m2. (before 11.11.1424) Thomas Lilburn of West Lillburn
  (3) Elizabeth Heaton (b 13.09.1391)
  m1. (before 25.06.1407) William Johnson
  m2. (before 11.11.1424) John Parke
  (4) Margaret Heaton (b 13.01.1394/5)
  m1. (before 10.04.1422) Thomas Middleton (a 04.1422, son of Sir John of Belsay by Christiana)
  m2. (before 06.1444) William Ogle
2. Johanna de Heton
  m. Sir Robert de Rutherfurd



George Hudspeth in Corbridge (a 1547, 1557)
1. Sampson Hudspeth of Prior Mains in Corbridge (d by 1605)
  m. Janet
  A. Thomas Hudspeth of Prior Mains in Corbridge (a 1638)
  m. Jane Mitford (natural dau of Cuthbert Mitford of Mitford)
  i. Edward Hudspeth of Prior Mains (bur 12.09.1672)
  m. Elizabeth (bur 09.04.1675)
a. Sampson Hudspeth of Prior Mains
  m1. (c08.1666) Jane Mitford
  m2. (19.05.1669) Alice Allgood (bur 30.04.1735, dau of George Allgood of Lambley)
  (1) Paul Hudspeth of Prior Mains (bpt 04.10.1671, bur 28.04.1718)
  m. Bridget (bur 30.11.1712)
  (A) Bridget Hudspeth (bpt 10.04.1701)
  m. Richard Haswell of Gateshead, later of Prior Mains
  (B) Elizabeth Hudspeth (bpt 25.01.1704/5)
  m. _ Johnson
  (C)+ other issue - Robert (d infant?), Christopher (d infant?), Sampson (d infant), Catherine (bpt 31.07.1707?)
  (2) Ann Hudspeth (bpt 24.02.1669/70)
  m. (06.12.1688) Edward Winship of Aydon
  (3) Isabel Hudspeth (bpt 18.05.1674)
  m. (18.08.1697) William Hudspeth of the Hole
  (4) Alice Hudspeth (bpt 1*.04.1675)
  m. (15.08.170*) Lionel (Colepitts?)
  B. William Hudspeth of Cawsey Head
  It is not clear from our (downloaded) copy of the source whether the following were all William's children or his brother Thomas's. There is also a Robert, "son and heir", who is shown alongside the Sampson shown above of the next generation, who might be son of one of the following but we cannot see how he fits in.
  i. Margaret Hudspeth
  m. _ Richardson
  ii.+ other issue - Ralph ("eldest son and heir"), James ("executor of his father's will"), Sampson (a 1624), Marion (m. **), Barbara
  C.+ other issue - Gilbert in Corbridge, Reynold of Halton



Probably descended from John Hockyn "held in Trevia 1427") was ...
Robert Hocken in Trevia (a 1539)
1. Hugh Hocken in Trevia (bur 1563)
  m. Margaret Hocken alias Tregarth (bur 21.12.1575)
  A. Christopher Hocken alias Tregarth in Trevia (bur 04.11.1620)
  m. (22.07.1573) Elizabeth Harvy (bur 29.06.1622)
  i. John Tregarth alias Hocken (bur 31.12.1612, 2nd son?)
  m. (25.01.1600) Frances Crossman
  a. Jane Hocken (bpt 11.10.1607, bur 22.12.1630)
  m. (11.02.1624) George Carew of Trevia in Lanteglos (bur 22.09.1661)
  b.+ other issue - Christopher (bpt 18.03.1601, bur 02.05.1602), Humphry (bpt 03.07.1603, bur 30.06.1605), Frances (bpt 16.01.1610)
  ii. Hugh Hocken (bpt 24.11.1592)
  m. Margaret (bur 07.07.1643)
  a. Elizabeth Hocken (bpt 23.01.1630, bur 12.10.1632)
  iii.+ other issue - Humphry (bpt 25.03.1575, bur 10.1600), Ann (bpt 15.10.1578, bur 26.09.1600)

Main source(s):
(1) For Hetherington (uploaded 30.06.19) : 'A History of Northumberland' (vol 7, John Crawford Hodgson, 1904, 'Hetherington and Tinniswood of Brinkburn Priory', p476)
(2) For Hodgson (uploaded 30.06.19) : 'A History of Northumberland' (vol 7, John Crawford Hodgson, 1904, 'Hodgson, now Cadogan, of Burgh-by-Sands and Brinkburn Priory', p477)
(3) For Heton (uploaded 17.07.19) : 'A History of Northumberland' (vol 9, H.H.E. Craster, 1909, 'Heton, Middleton and Ruthall of Hartley', p116) with input as reported above
(4) For Hudspeth (uploaded 25.07.19) : 'A History of Northumberland' (vol 10, H.H.E. Craster, 1914, 'Hudspeth of Prior Mains', p225)
(5) For Hocken (uploaded 13.09.19) : 'Deanery of Trigg Minor' (Sir John Maclean, vol 2, 1876, 'Pedigree of Carew of Lanteglos and St. Teath', p367)
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