She was preceded in death by a sister, Pauline Petruk and son-in-law, R.
Married - 1 Frances, daughter of Philip? Constable of Everinghamby licence at Everingham 2 12 October Married - 15 February Barbara Flower of Methleyat St. Marriage licence for Walter Rudston of Hayton, Esq.
This is by way of a summary. For all or most of the reign of Elizabeth, the Rudston family of Hayton was strongly Catholic, as were most of their neighbours. John had a sister, Ursula, who married into the family of Wright in Holderness: Up to Walter 3 seems also to have been a Catholic; his sister Ursula married Marmaduke Dolman of Pocklington, brother of Sir Robert Dolman who in about moved his family to Badsworth.
Why Richard Sugden, then Vicar at Hayton, did not marry them is unclear. It is after this marriage that the Rudstons forge links with the area around Badsworth and Rogerthorpe area: From this marriage came the Saltonstalls of Methley - for descendants see Thoresby, "Ducatus Leodiensis".
He seems to have remarried someone named Dorothy; and was buried at Badsworth 12 Dec Halifax, in Saltonstall, in Rogerthorpe par. Badsworth, and also Winteredge Hall at Hipperholme.
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There was a case in Chancery in"Leigh vs. The booklet and website state that Walter Rudston was living at Rogerthorpe in Walter is well attested at Hayton in andbut it is not impossible that he was in Badsworth or Rogerthorpe some of the time: We also know that Samuel I married the daughter of William Rudston of Hayton who is recorded as living in the house in although neither Rudston nor Saltonstal are evident from a legal case in Did Samuel I acquire the estate via the influence of his uncle who perhaps had contacts "in the City" for land which King James had sold to help meet his debts?
Perhaps his father-in-law came to live with him or maybe Samuel I acquired Rogerthorpe by simply marrying the daughter of a previous owner. There are records of legal cases involving Saltonstals about tax in and a dispute in In November the name "John Saltonstal" was discovered carved into the stonework on the eastern side of the outer porch of the south facing fire escape doorway.
It is believed that Richard Saltenstall built Huntwick Hall at Streethouse around the same time, a similar house to Rogerthorpe. This hall is now owned and occupied by the Driffield family, who farm substantial holdings in the area.
The Saltonstal family were living at Rogerthorpe before, during and after the English Civil War which resulted in the execution of Charles I, rise and death through natural causes in which malaria played a part of Oliver Cromwell and Restoration of Charles II.
Their assets were seized by the County Commissioners in but appear to have been returned intact. Pontefract Castle was the scene of much action during this time and some of this action spilled over into the Rogerthorpe area.
They made several excursions, and levied heavy contributions on the surrounding country. They seized the cattle, and laid in a stock of provisions.
Necessity, they considered, destroyed the claims of private right; and whatever they could seize, they deemed it proper to take for their own use. The inhabitants of the town and the surrounding country, were alternately exposed to the exactions of the royalists and parliamentarians; and were equally insecure which ever party prevailed.
On the 11th of March, Capt.
Laborne and another taking a ride from the castle, towards Wentbridge, and meeting with Mr. Ellis, of Brampton, a great sequestrator, and a quartermaster, took them both and brought them prisoners to the castle. They afterwards made excursions to Turnbridge at Badsworth beyond Ackworth, a small station belonging to the enemy, which they attacked, and took Lieut.James Francis Thorpe, 75, life-long artist and professor passed from this earth as he was held and embraced by his adoring family on January 6, at Upstate University Hospital in Syracuse, NY.
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