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HATTON OF MARYLAND
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William Good
2014-02-11 03:08:02 UTC
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I just came across the thread for this topic on the GEN-MEDIEVAL list
from last July.

There is a common misconception that Francis Scott Keys & F. Scott
Fitzgerald descend from the Hattons of Maryland. They do indeed descend
from Richard, son of Luke Gardiner, husband of Elizabeth Hatton
(1635-1702), but Richard was Luke Gardiner's eldest son by his first
wife Elizabeth Morris who died in about 1663.

I have also identified the paternal grandfather of Thomas Hatton,
Secretary of Maryland, and his brother Richard. He was William Hatton
of Hellesby, Frodsham, Cheshire, who died in 1611.

William Good
Douglas Richardson
2014-02-15 03:30:43 UTC
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Dear William ~

Thank you for your good post. Much appreciated.

For your interest, I've copied below my current file account of a good royal line for the immigrant, Margaret Domville, of Maryland, wife successively of Richard Hatton and [Lieut,] Richard Banks.

I remain uncertain as to the maternity of Joan (or Jane) Stanley [Gen. 15 below].

Best always, Douglas Richardson, Salt Lake City, Utah

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THOMAS STANLEY, K.G., 1st Lord Stanley, married JOAN GOUSHILL (desc. King Edward I) [see STANLEY 13].

14. WILLIAM STANLEY, K.G., of Holt, Bromfield, Yale, and Chirk, Denbighshire, Longdendale, Nantwich, and Ridley, Cheshire, Grandisons (in Wilmington), Kent, etc., Chamberlain of Chester, Chamberlain of the Household to King Henry VII, Chamberlain of the Exchequer, 1485-95, Sheriff of Flintshire, 1461-93, Constable of Beaumaris, Caernafon, Flint and Rhuddlan Castles, Steward of Denbigh, younger son. He fought at the Battle of Blore Heath in 1459. In the ensuing Parliament, he was attainted with other Yorkists. He married (1st) before 12 Nov. 1465 (date of grant) JOAN BEAUMONT, widow of John Lovel, Knt., Lord Lovel and Holand (died 9 Jan. 1464/5), and daughter of John Beaumont, K.G., K.B., 1st Viscount Beaumont, 6th Lord Beaumont (descendant of King Henry III), by his 1st wife, Elizabeth (descendant of King Edward I), daughter and heiress of William Philip (or Phelip), K.G. They had one son, William, Esq. In 1465 the king granted the Castle, manor, and lordship of Skipton in Craven, Yorkshire to him and his wife, Joan, and to the heirs male of William. His wife, Joan, died 5 August 1466. When King Edward IV returned from his temporary exile in 1471, William joined him with 300 men at Nottingham. He was subsequently appointed steward of the household of the Prince of Wales. He married (2nd) before 7 Dec. 1471 ELIZABETH HOPTON, widow successively of Roger Corbet, Knt., of Moreton Corbet and Shawbury, Shropshire (died 8 June 1467) [see LUCY 13] and John Tiptoft, K.G., 1st Earl of Worcester, 2nd Lord Tiptoft and Powis (beheaded 18 October 1470), Lord High Treasurer, Chief Justice of North Wales, Constable of England, Lord Steward of the Household, Chancellor of Ireland, Lord Deputy of Ireland, Lieutenant of Ireland, Chamberlain of the Exchequer, and daughter of Thomas Hopton, Esq., of Staunton-on-Arrow, Herefordshire (descendant of King Henry II), by Elizabeth, daughter of Walter Lucy, Knt. (descendant of King Edward I) [see LUCY 12 for her ancestry]. She was born about 1427 (aged 34 in 1461). By an uncertain wife or mistress, he had two daughters, Joan (or Jane) (wife of John Warburton, Knt.) and Katherine (wife of Thomas Cocat). By an unidentified mistress, he had one illegitimate son, Thomas (living in 1517). In 1461 he was appointed Chamberlain of the county of Cheshire, Constable of Flint Castle, and sheriff and raglor of the county. In 1464 he was appointed clerk and prothonotary of the justice of Chester and Flint for life. In 1465 the king granted the Castle, manor, and lordship of Skipton in Craven, Yorkshire to him and his 1st wife, Joan, and to the heirs male of William. In 1466 he was appointed sheriff of the county palatine of Chester for life. In 1469 he was appointed Constable of Rhuddlan Castle for life, on the surrender of the same office by Peter Legh, Knt. In 1471 he presented to the church of Prilleston, Norfolk. In 1474 he was granted a lease during pleasure of the manor and lordship of Longdendale, together with the town of Tintwisle, Cheshire. In 1486 he was granted lands in Over-Tabley, Cheshire, late of Matthew Tabley, a felon. In 1489 he and his son and heir apparent, William Stanley, were granted the office of constable of Flint Castle for life. The same year he and William his son and heir were granted the office of constable of Rhuddlan Castle for life. In 1489 Joan Ingaldesthorpe settled the manors of Wickham and Brewers, Kent on various feoffees, including John Fyneux, John Morton, Archbishop of Canterbury, and others; Fyneux was to hold the manors to the use of indenture between himself and the said Joan, according to which he was to pay £50 yearly to Joan for her life, less £16 13s. 4d. to Elizabeth, wife of William Stanley, as her dower; then to hold to the use of Joan's last will. SIR WILLIAM STANLEY was found guilty of treason for his support of Perkin Warbeck [see YORK 13.vi] and beheaded on Tower Hill 16 Feb. 1494/5, and was buried at Sion. His widow, Elizabeth, Countess of Worcester, died 22 June 1498.

References:
Rymer, Foedera 11 (1727): 450-456 (William Stanley, Esq. styled "Son of Thomas late Lord Stanley" in proclamation dated 1460). Strachey, Rotuli Parliamentorum 5 (1777): 348, 369 (William Stanley styled "brother" of [Thomas] Lord Stanley in 1460), 582-583; 6 (1777): 316. Smith, Hist. of Cheshire 2 (1778): 816-817 ("This Sir William Stanley, of Holt, was lord chamberlain to Henry VII. and brother to Thomas Stanley, the first earl of Derby of that family; which Sir William was beheaded 1495, as supposed to incline to the part of Perkin Warbeck; and his lands and goods were all confiscated to the king. He had in ready money and plate, in his castle of Holt, forty thousand marks, besides jewels, household stuff, and stock of cattle on his grounds. He had in lands 3000l. a year of an old rent, as my lord Bacon saith in his history of Henry VII. He aspired to petition the king for the earldom of Chester, which ended both in a denial and distaste. He had by Joyce his wife, daughter of Edward lord Powis, and widow of John Tiptoft, William Stanley before-mentioned; and Jane, married to Sir John Warburton, of Arley in Cheshire, one of the knights of the body to Henry VII."). Hasted, Hist. & Top. Survey of Kent 2 (1797): 328-342. Cobbett's Complete Coll. of State Trials 1 (1816): cols. 277-284 (Trial of Sir William Stanley, knight, for High Treason dated 1494-5). Baines, Hist. of Lancaster 4 (1836): chart facing 10 (Stanley ped.), 12 ("The second was sir William Stanley, of Holt castle, in Denbighshire, who, after being instrumental, with his elder brother, in placing the crown on the head of Henry VII., was beheaded on a charge of high treaston by that monarch, on the 16th of February, 1494-5."). Gastrell, Notitia Cestriensis 1 (Chetham Soc. 8) (1845): 224, 276. Annual Rpt. of the Deputy Keeper 37 (1876): 678-683. Arch. Cambrensis 4th Ser. 14 (1883): 57-77. Bye-gones rel. to Wales & the Border Counties (1883): 208 ("Sir William Stanley of Holt was the Chamberlain of Henry VII., and beheaded in 1494. He married Elizabeth, Countess of Worcester, sister of Sir Walter Hopton, who owned much land in Shropshire. This Sir William is elsewhere called of Tatton, and left a son (eldest) William Stanley of Tattton, who married Jane, daughter and heir of Sir Geoffrey Massy of Tatton ..."). Croston, County Fams. of Lancashire & Cheshire (1887): 225-227 (Peter Warburton styled "cousin" by William Stanley, Knt. in undated letter). D.N.B. 54 (1898): 81-82 (biog. of Sir William Stanley). English Hist. Rev. 14 (1899): 529-534. English Reports: House of Lords 7 (1901): 911-926. Trans. Leicestershire Arch. Soc. 15 (1927-28): 273-274. C.P. 8 (1932): 223 (sub Lovel). Welsh Hist. Rev. 14 (1988-89): 1-22. Clayton, Administration of the County Palatine of Chester, 1442-1485 (1990): 40 n. 71, 49, 54-56, 79-81, 84, 88-89, 93-94, 97-100, 102, 107-112, 115-119, 127 n.155, 129 nn. 157 & 169, 129 nn. 181-182, 195 & 202, 151-153, 157, 160-161, 163, 167-169, 171-172, 176-179, 181, 187, 193-194, 205 nn. 47 & 50, 207 nn. 110-111, 117, 208 n. 120, 210 n. 169, 214 nn. 277-288. Thornton, Cheshire & the Tudor State 1480-1560 (2000): 19. National Archives, C 140/19/20 (Inq.p.m., Series I, Edward IV. Lovell, Joan, wife of the late John, kt. Staffs, Yorks, Berks, Oxon, Wilts, Glos, Worcs, Salop.) (available at www.catalogue.nationalarchives.gov.uk/search.asp).

15. JOAN (or JANE) STANLEY, born say 1472. She married by contract dated 1487 JOHN WARBURTON, Knt., of Arley and Warburton, Cheshire, Knight of the Body to King Henry VII, Sheriff of Cheshire, 1495-1524, Seneschal of Halton, son and heir of Peter Warburton, Esq., of Arley, Cheshire, Seneschal of Halton, by his 2nd wife, Ellen, daughter of John Savage, Knt. They had two sons, Peter, Knt., and John, and four daughters, Jane (wife of William Turvyle, Knt.), Douce (wife of John Starky), Ellen, and Blanche (wife of William Davenport, Esq.). By his mistress, Sibyl Starky, sister of Richard Starky, he had three illegitimate sons, Thomas, Richard, and Geoffrey. In 1495 he was appointed Sheriff of the county of Cheshire during pleasure. In 1506, as "John Warburton, late of Arley, Kt.," he was granted a lease of the park and wood of Northwood and Asshewode in Whitley, Cheshire. SIR JOHN WARBURTON died shortly before 19 October 1523. Following his death, his mistress, Sibyl Starky, withheld deeds relating to the manor of Warburton, Cheshire and other lands from his eldest son, Peter, thereby also depriving John's widow, Joan, of her dower and his daughters Ellen and Douce of their inheritance.

References:

Annual Rpt. of the Deputy Keeper 37 (1876): 766; 39 (1878): 280. Glover et al., Vis. of Cheshire 1580, 1566, 1533 & 1591 (H.S.P. 18) (1882): 237-240 (Warburton ped.: "Sr John Warburton miles pro Corpore Regis H. 8 obijt 16 H. 8. = Jane d. to Sr Wm Stanley L: Chamberlaine to K. H. 7.") (Warburton arms: Argent, a chevron between three cormorants Sable). Ormerod, Hist. of Chester 1 (1882): 573-575 (Warburton ped.). Bye-gones rel. to Wales & the Border Counties (1883): 208 ("Jane, a daughter of Sir William Stanley of Holt, was the wife of Sir John Warburton ..."). Croston, County Fams. of Lancashire & Cheshire (1887): 218-241. D.N.B. 54 (1898): 81-82 (biog. of Sir William Stanley). List of Sheriffs for England & Wales (PRO Lists and Indexes 9) (1898): 17. Thornton, Cheshire & the Tudor State 1480-1560 (2000): 153-154. John Rylands University Library Image Collections, Arley Charter 26/2 (papal dispensation for marriage of Peter Warburton and Ellen Savage dated 1469, they being related in the 3rd degree of consanguinity; Ellen also stated to be related in the 4th degree of consanguinity to Agnes Newton) (available at http:// enriqueta.man.ac.uk/luna/servlet/detail/Manchester~91~1~14739~101726: Papal-dispensation-for-marriage).

16. ELLEN WARBURTON, married JOHN CARRINGTON, Esq., of Carrington and Ashton, Cheshire, son and heir of Andrew Carrington, Esq., of Carrington, Cheshire, by his wife, Emma. He was born about 1495 (aged 25 in 1520). They had four sons, John, Esq., Hamlet (or Hamon), Gent., George, and Bonaventure, and two daughters, Jane (wife of Edward Holland) and Margaret. In 1525 he was granted a writ of exemption from serving on juries, etc. JOHN CARRINGTON, Esq., died 27 Feb. 1547/8.

References:
Piccope & Earwaker, Lanc. & Cheshire Wills & Invs. 1 (Chetham Soc. 33) (1857): 192-196 (will of John Carington dated 1553). Annual Rpt. of the Deputy Keeper 39 (1878): 49. Glover et al., Vis. of Cheshire 1580, 1566, 1533 & 1591 (H.S.P. 18) (1882): 237-240 (Warburton ped.: "Ellin [Warburton] uxor .... Carrington of Carrington.") (Carington arms: Sable, on a bend Argent three lozenges of the field). Ormerod, Hist. of Chester 1 (1882): 573-575 (Warburton ped.), 582-544 (Carrington ped.). Thornton, Cheshire & the Tudor State 1480-1560 (2000): 153-154.

17. MARGARET CARRINGTON, married PETER DOMVILLE (or DOMVYLE), of Lymme, Cheshire. They had six sons, John, Esq., James, George, Gilbert, Esq., William, and Peter, and two daughters, Elizabeth and Isabel (wife of Thomas Harper). Peter Domville was buried at Lymme, Cheshire 12 June 1569.

References:
Glover et al., Vis. of Cheshire 1580, 1566, 1533 & 1591 (H.S.P. 18) (1882): 60-61 (Carington ped.: "Margrett [Carington] vxor Piers Domvill of Limm."); 82 (Domvile ped.: ) ("Peter Domvile of Lymme 1566. = Margaret d. to Jno Carrington.") (Domvile arms: Azure, a lion rampant Argent, collared Gules). Ormerod, Hist. of Chester 1 (1882): 581-583 (Domville ped.).

18. GILBERT DOMVILLE, Esq., of Lymme, Cheshire, 4th son. He married (1st) MARGARET SNEYDE, widow of John Somerford, Esq., of Somerford and Astbury, Cheshire (died 11 August 1577), and daughter of William Sneyde, Knt., of Bradwell, Keel, Norton-in-the-Moors, and Tunstall, Staffordshire, Wigstanton, Cheshire, etc., Mayor of Chester, Sheriff of Staffordshire, 1549-50, 1558-9, by Anne, daughter and heiress of Thomas Barrowe, Esq. They had two sons, Edward, Esq., and William, and three daughters, Alice, Margaret (wife of Thomas Cartwright), and Susan (wife of George Legh/Leigh, Esq.). In the period, 1577-1603, he sued Edward Fitton, Knt., in Chancery regarding an injunction regarding the manors of Astbury and Somerford, Cheshire, sometime the estate of John Somerford, Esq., former husband of the plaintiff. His wife, Margaret, died 2 October 1592, and was buried at Astbury, Cheshire. He was heir in 1593 to his older brother, John Domville, Esq. He married (2nd) at Lymme, Cheshire 14 May 1594 ANNE _____, widow of _____ Blundell. GILBERT DOMVILLE, Esq., was buried at Lymme, Cheshire 2 Dec. 1607. He left a will dated 3 [sic] Dec. 1607.

References:
Burke, Gen. & Heraldic Dict. of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain & Ireland 2 (1866): 1259-1260 (sub Sneyde). Glover et al., Vis. of Cheshire 1580, 1566, 1533 & 1591 (H.S.P. 18) (1882): 82 (Domvile ped.: ) ("Gilbert [Domvile].") (Domvile arms: Azure, a lion rampant Argent, collared Gules). Court Leet Recs. of the Manor of Machester 4 (1887): 203, footnote 2. List of Sheriffs for England & Wales (PRO Lists and Indexes 9) (1898): 128. Adams, Cheshire Vis. Peds., 1663 (H.S.P. 93) (1941): 38 (Domville ped.: "Gilbert Domville of Lymme. Buried 2 Dec. 1607. Inq. p.m. Cheshire Funeral Certificate, 68. = Margaret da. of Sir William Snead of Bradwall co. Staff. Kt.; widow of John Sandford of Sandford."). Baldwin, Recs. of Early English Drama: Cheshire 1 (2007): clxxxvii-clxxxviii (author states Gilbert Domville's step-daughter, Mary Somerford, married Philip Oldfield in 1600). National Archives, C 2/Eliz/D10/41 (available at www.catalogue.nationalarchives.gov.uk/search.asp).

19. EDWARD DOMVILLE, Esq., of Lymme, Cheshire, son and heir. He married at Lymme, Cheshire 15 June 1596 ELEANOR LEYCESTER, daughter of Lawrence Leycester, by Jane, daughter of John Warburton, of Bromfield. They had nine sons, Richard, Edward, Randle, John, William, Gilbert, Edward, Peter, and James, and twelve daughters, Townsend (wife of Humphrey Kelsall and Thomas Gerard), Margaret, Elizabeth (wife of John Cooke, Gent.), Margaret (wife of Richard Hatton and [Lieut.] Richard Banks), Eleanor (wife of Charles Joanes), Katherine (wife of John Lambert), Susanna, Susanna, Mary, Sarah, Anne (wife of Richard Warburton), and Martha. EDWARD DOMVILLE, Esq., was buried at Lymme, Cheshire 16 May 1639. He left a will dated 6 May 1639. His widow, Eleanor, was buried at Lymme, Cheshire 6 October 1660.

References:
Ormerod, Hist. of Chester 1 (1882): 581-583 (Domville ped.). Rylands, Cheshire & Lancashire Funeral Certificates A.D. 1600 to 1678 (Rec. Soc. of Lancashire & Cheshire 6) (1882): 68 (funeral certificate of Edward Domville, Esq. dated 31 May 1639). Adams, Cheshire Vis. Peds., 1663 (H.S.P. 93) (1941): 38 (Domville ped.: "Edward Domville died 14 May 1639 Inq. p.m. = Eleanor da. of Lawrence Leicester younger brother of Sir Ralph Leicester of Tabley. Mar. at Lymme 13 July 1596. Bur. there 1 Oct. 1660."). Bishop's Transcripts of Lymm, Cheshire, FHL Microfilm #1656844.

20. MARGARET DOMVILLE, married (1st) before 1633 RICHARD HATTON, younger son of Rev. Robert Hatton, of Frodsham and Lymme, Cheshire. He was baptized at Frodsham, Cheshire 17 Feb. 1604/5. They had two sons, William and Richard, and five daughters, Barbara (wife of James Johnson and Randolph Hanson), Elizabeth (wife of Luke Gardiner and Clement Hill), Mary (wife of Zachary Wade), Eleanor (wife of Thomas Brooke and Henry Darnall), and Susanna. His wife, Margaret, was a legatee in the 1639 will of her father. He was a legatee in the 1639 will of his brother, Robert Hatton, clerk, of London, who bequeathed him £40 "in respect of his greate chardge of Children." He was a legatee in the 1645 will of his brother, Edward Hatton. RICHARD HATTON was living in 1645. His widow, Margaret, immigrated to Maryland with her six children in 1649, where she settled in St. Mary's County. She married (2nd) before 10 April 1653 [LIEUT.] RICHARD BANKS (or BANKES). They had no issue. In 1655 he and his wife, Margaret, conveyed to her late husband's brother, Thomas Hatton, any interest they had in 800 acres of land "any ways due to her the said Margaret for the Transportation of herself, her Children and Servants into this province." His wife, Margaret, was living 19 July 1665. [LIEUT.] RICHARD BANKS died intestate about 1667.

References:
Ormerod, Hist. of Chester 1 (1882): 581-583 (Domville ped.). Rylands, Cheshire & Lancashire Funeral Certificates A.D. 1600 to 1678 (Rec. Soc. of Lancashire & Cheshire 6) (1882): 68 (funeral certificate of Edward Domville, Esq. dated 31 May 1639). Foster, Alumni Oxonienses 2 (1891): 673 (biog. of Robert Hatton). Baldwin, Maryland Cal. of Wills 1 (1904): 32 (will of Thomas Kemp dated 19 July 1665, proved 21 Nov. 1665). William & Mary Quarterly 23 (1914): 113-116. Adams, Cheshire Vis. Peds., 1663 (H.S.P. 93) (1941): 38 (Domville ped.: "Margaret [Domville]."). Papenfuse, Biog. Dict. of the Maryland Legislature 1635-1789 1 (1979): 423 (biog. of William Hatton). Bishop's Transcripts of Lymm, Cheshire, FHL Microfilm #1656844. Judicial & Testamentary Business of the Maryland Provincial Court,1649/50-1657, Volume 10, Page 12 (Barbara Hatton, wife of James Johnson, styled "kinswoman" [i.e., niece] of Mr. Thomas Hatton, Secretary of the Province). William Good "The Origins of Thomas Hatton Secretary of Maryland" (available at http:// freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~wrag44/Opinion_Pieces/The_Origins_of_Thomas_Hatton.pdf). Will of Robert Hatton dated 25 October 1639, proved 13 Nov. 1639, National Archives,PROB 11/181/427. Will of Edward Hatton dated 12 April 1645, proved 1 May 1647, National Archives, National ArchivesPROB 11/200/202.
Post by William Good
I just came across the thread for this topic on the GEN-MEDIEVAL list
from last July.
There is a common misconception that Francis Scott Keys & F. Scott
Fitzgerald descend from the Hattons of Maryland. They do indeed descend
from Richard, son of Luke Gardiner, husband of Elizabeth Hatton
(1635-1702), but Richard was Luke Gardiner's eldest son by his first
wife Elizabeth Morris who died in about 1663.
I have also identified the paternal grandfather of Thomas Hatton,
Secretary of Maryland, and his brother Richard. He was William Hatton
of Hellesby, Frodsham, Cheshire, who died in 1611.
William Good
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