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This section first uploaded 07.05.19.
William Docker of Newby, Westmoreland
1. Hugh Docker 'of Penrith' (b 11.05.1737)
  m. (24.06.1762) Barbara Wybergh (b 1732, dau of Thomas Wyberg of Clifton Hall)
  A. Hilton Docker (b 1773, youngest son) had issue
  Hilton is shown by Burke's 'Royal Families' (vol II, 1851, Pedigree CXCIV, 'George Hilton Paterson') as married to ...
  m. John Thornville Paterson (cleric, son of John of Sidehead by Margaret, dau of John Cameron of Louden Hill)
  B. Margaret Docker (b 04.01.1770, d 10.06.1807)
  m. (27.07.1795) John Halhead of Kendal (b 1657-8, d 06.07.1830, son of James of Kirkham)
  i. Hilton Halhead of Liverpool (b 30.06.1805, youngest son) had issue
  m. (11.08.1831) Alice Gardner (dau of James Gardner of Chester)
  ii.+ other issue - James (b 30.04.1796, d 10.01.1832), William (d 22.04.1823), John (d 14.04.1814), Elizabeth (b 05.03.1826), Barbara (d 04.08.1800), Margaret (d 09.01.1835)
  C.+ other issue - William (b 05.04.1763), Thomas (b 18.03.1761), Lancelot, Mary, Betty, Emma



This section first uploaded 30.06.19.
Elizabeth (a 08.1825)
m1. Joseph Hetherington of Burrough's Building (Surrey) then Brinkburn (d 06.09.1792)
m2. (29.05.1804) Richard Saumarez of Newington (brother of 1st Lord de Saumarez)

Main source(s):
(1) For Docker : Burke's 'Royal Families' (vol II, 1851, Pedigree CXXXI, 'Hilton Halhead')
(2) For Elizabeth : 'A History of Northumberland' (vol 7, John Crawford Hodgson, 1904, 'Hetherington and Tinniswood of Brinkburn Priory', p476)
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