'Lisle05'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Lisle of Acton, Lisle of Elyhaugh, Lisle of Newcastle, Lisle of Old Felton, Lisle of Weldon

                               
Hodgson describes the arms of this family as "Ermine a lion rampant azure" which suggests that it is a branch of that shown on Lisle03. Robert, son of the following Tristam, is reported by Hodgson as being described in the will dated 31.03.1646 of Ralph Lisle of Low Framlington as his "friend and kinsman" and also as Ralph's "cousin". That Robert's son Robert (d 1668) is identified as "cousin and one of the devisees of Robert Lisle of Felton", possibly the Robert (dsp 1659) shown on Lisle04.
Tristram Lisle of Weldon Hall (d c11.1619)
1. Robert Lisle of Weldon (a 1646)
  A. Robert Lisle of Weldon (d 10.03.1668)
  m1. ??
  i. Dorothy Lisle
  m. (01.12.1663) Richard Lisle of Hazon
  ii. Frances Lisle in Newcastle
m2. (26.02.1660/1) Margaret Carr (dau of William Carr of Eshot)
  iii. Robert Lisle of Weldon (bpt 04.09.1662, bur 18.06.1719)
  m. (28.02.1703/4) Margaret Brown (bur 10.03.1721/2, dau of William Brown of Bolton)
  a. Robert Lisle of Weldon & Morpeth (b c1704, d 2*.11.1779)
  b. Margaret Lisle (bpt 15.11.1705)
  m. (1723) Edward Mather of Framlington
  c. Anne Lisle (bur 31.08.1770)
  m. (12.05.1749) Robert Embleton of Shilbottle (dsp)
  d.+ other issue - William (a 1736, surgeon), George of Newcastle & Carville (d 03.1776)
  iv. Thomas Lisle (bpt 07.09.16665, bur 04.09.1748)
  m. (12.07.1705) Elizabeth Lisle (dsp, dau of William Lisle of Elyhaugh) @@ below
  v. William Lisle of Low Framlington (bpt 02.01.1667/8)
  m1. (13.06.1700) Margaret Marshall of Low Framlington (bur 18.10.1701)
  a. Robert Lisle (bpt 06.06.1701, dsp)
  m2. (13.05.1703) Anne Robson of Low Healey (a 1748)
  b. John Lisle of Newcastle (bpt 13.08.1708, d before 29.09.1792)
m. Mary Nicholson (d 07.1791, dau of Thomas Nicholson)
  (1) Robert Lisle of Weldon & Acton (b 1743-4, bur 06.06.1800)
  m1. (15.07.1780) Mary Ord (bur 01.03.1791, dau of John Ord of Morpeth)
  (A) Anne Maria Lisle (bpt 08.07.1787)
  m. (14.04.1825) Robert Brodie (minister at Mangotsfield)
  (B) Eliza Lisle (bpt 17.08.1788, d 01.1861)
  m. (11.10.1814) John Bertram Orde of Longridge (b 02.09.1783, d 27.03.1863, Major, son of Daniel of Longridge, m1. Eliza Rogers)
  'A History of Northumberland' (vol 7, John Crawford Hodgson, 1904, 'Orde (now Lisle) of Weldon and Acton', p503) reports that their 2nd son emigrated to Australia but succeeded to the Weldon and Acton estate "and assumed the name and arms of Lisle".
  (C)+ other issue - Mary Anne (bpt 08.07.1785, d before 29.09.1792), Mary Jane (bpt 04.06.1790, d unm 06.06.1855)
  m2. (19.03.1792) Anne Fenwick (d 1811, dau of Robert Fenwick of Lemington)
  (E) Robert Lisle of Weldon & Acton (b 24.12.1793, d 07.05.1860)
  m. (29.07.1812) Anne Salvin (dsp, dau of General Anthony Salvin)
  (F) Isabella Lisle (bpt 15.09.1798)
  m. (08.04.1721) Hugh Mor**, later Lisle (d 24.03.1882)
  (G) Susanna Lisle (bpt 15.09.1799, d 31.01.1805)
  (2) John Lisle of Newcastle (d before 26.02.1780)
  m. Jane (a 1792)
  (A) Robert Lisle (a 1792)
  (3) Elizabeth Lisle (a 1772)
  m. Rice Williams
  c. Dorothy Lisle (a 1772)
  m. _ Scott
  (1)+ issue - Robert, Isabel, Elizabeth
  d.+ other issue - Margaret (bpt 02.08.1704?), Anne (bpt 02.01.1706/7)
  vi. Anne Lisle (bpt 05.04.1664)
  m. (26.11.1696) Robert Bulman of Long Horsley
2. Isabel Lisle

 

 

John Lisle of Elyhaugh (bur 19.12.1672) = John Lisle (a 1595, son of Robert of Felton by Catherine Carnaby)??
1. William Lisle of Elyhaugh (bur 03.09.1683)
  m. Jane (bur 20.02.1710/1)
  A. John Lisle of Elyhaugh (bpt 04.07.1676, bur 28.06.1721)
  m. Elizabeth Wallas (bur 25.05.1733, dau of William Wallas of Newcastle, widow of Robert Lisle of Hazon)
  i. Elizabeth Lisle of Elyhaugh (d umn bur 05.04.1723)
  p. Dorothy Lisle (a 1720, dau of Robert Lisle of Hazon)
  According to our (downloaded and not always clear) copy of the Main Source, the connection between John and Dorothy appears to be a hand-written squiggly line which we interpret as indicating a partnership rather than a marriage. The Elizabeth shown immediately above is identified as the "daughter and sole heir". We cannot see the connecting line between John & Dorothy and the following but it appears that they were their children.
  ii. John Lisle of Elyhaugh, Old Felton & Morpeth (bur 24.08.1759)
  m. Margaret Proctor (a 1762, widow of Wolstan Paston of Newcastle)
  a. Robert Lisle of Elyhaugh, Old Felton & West Denton (bpt 13.01.1744/5, dsp bur 30.08.1797, 3rd son)
  m. (28.05.1769) Sarah Richardson (dau of Doctor _ Richardson of Alnwick)
  b. Mary Lisle (bpt 06.08.1747)
m. (13.10.1772) William Coulson of Newcastle
  c.+ other isue - John (bpt 11.05.1742, bur 07.01.1756), James (bpt 05.09.1743, bur 05.10.1746), William (bpt 23.06.1746, bur 30.08.1746)
  iii. Katherine Lisle (a 1747)
  m. (c1737) Robert Laing of Long Framlington
  iv. Anne Lisle
  m1. (05.06.1733) Edward Manners of Long Framlington
  m2. William Wilson of Long Framlington
  B. Elizabeth Lisle (bpt 27.06.1678, dsp bur 20.03.1737/8)
  m. (12.07.1705) Thomas Lisle of Weldon (bur 04.09.1748) @@ above
  C.+ other issue - Robert (bpt 18.04.1681, bur 23.04.1681), Robert (bpt 22.05.1683, bur 19.04.1700)
2. Frances Lisle of Elyhaugh
  m. (01.10.1662) Thomas Kerr of Ancrum
3. Elizabeth Lisle (bur 30.06.1657)

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section : 'A History of Northumberland' (vol 7, John Crawford Hodgson, 1904, 'Lisle of Welden and Acton'', p500+)
(2) For lower section : 'A History of Northumberland' (vol 7, John Crawford Hodgson, 1904, 'Lisle of Elyhaugh', p381)
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