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Marriage: Children:
  1. John Hilton: Birth: ABT 1670. Death: BEF 15 NOV 1748

  2. Thomasine Hilton: Birth: ABT 1672. Death: 1723

  3. Ann Hilton: Birth: ABT 1674.

  4. Margaret Hilton: Birth: ABT 1676.

  5. Thomas Hilton: Birth: ABT 1678. Death: 1717

  6. Mary Hilton: Birth: ABT 1680.

1. Title:   Durham County Record Office
Page:   D/Br/D 2194
Source:   SR1742
2. Title:   The local historian's table book: of remarkable occurences, historical facts, traditions, legendary and descriptive ballads, &c., &c., connected with the counties of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland and Durham, Volume 8
Page:   248-9
Source:   SR1744
Author:   Moses Aaron Richardson
Publication:   Moses Aaron Richardson
3. Title:   Pedigrees recorded at the visitations of the county palatine of Durham made by William Flower, Norroy king-of-arms, in 1575, by Richard St. George, Norroy king-of-arms, in 1615, and by William Dugdale, Norroy king-of-arms, in 1666
Page:   Year:1887, p169
Source:   SR1745
Publication:   London, Priv. print. for J. Foster
4. Title:   The Patrician
Page:   Vol III, of 1847, Page 569
Source:   SR1763
5. Title:   Pedigrees Recorded at the Visitations of the County Palatine of Durham Made by William Flower, Norroy King-of-arms, in 1575, by Richard St. George, Norroy King-of-arms, in 1615, and by William Dugdale, Norroy King-of-arms, in 1666
Page:   169, Hilton, of Hilton Pedigree
Source:   SR1938
Author:   Joseph Foster
Publication:   Priv. print. for J. Foster
6. Title:   England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975
Page:   Batch Number P00970-2, GS Film number 98551
Source:   SR907

a. Reference:   27 NOV 2015 07:52:27
Changedatetime:   10:38:04
Note:   England Births and Christenings Name Anne Procter Gender Female Christening Date 04 Jan 1637 Christening Place PATELEY BRIDGE,YORK,ENGLAND Father's Name Henry Procter Indexing Project (Batch) Number P00970-2 System Origin England-ODM GS Film number 98551 --------- The local historian's table book: Vol8 p248-9 His brothers Ralph and Robert died young and he was succeeded by his third brother Henry Hilton, aged 38 in 1666. In 1685 at the general muster of captain Nicholas Conyers’ troop at the “Bellas heads” near Durham, on the 24th June Baron Hilton was charged with two horses and in the return of deficiencies it is stated that his men wanted “buff coates,” and in 1688 he had to furnish two horsemen for sir William Bowes troop. He married Anne daughter of Henry Procter of Warsell, and died in 1712, leaving two sons, Thomas and John, and three daughters. Thomas of Low Ford married Margaret Burdett, and had two sons and one daughter Anne, who married Mansfeldt Cardonell of Chirton, his son Henry died an infant, and his son Thomas Hilton, A.M. of Lincoln Col. was perpetual curate of Monkwearmouth, and having overheated himself in walking from Sunderland to Hilton died a few days afterwards of a fever to the great grief of his cousin the baron who considered him as his heir male and lawful successor. Of the daughters of Henry Hilton, Margaret married Robert Lawson of Chirton, Anne married Justinian Scriber, clerk, Mary married Cuthbert Richardson, and Thomasine died unmarried. John Hilton, baron of Hilton, elder brother of Thomas, married Dorothy eldest daughter of sir Richard Musgrave of Hayton castle, co Cumberland, and died intestate 1707, he left two sons and four daughters of whom Dorothy the eldest was living unmarried in 1729, Anne married sir Richard Musgrave, Elizabeth married Thomas Younghusband of Budle, and Catherine married John Brisco of Crofton co Cumberland, MD. Richard the eldest son died unmarried 28 August 1722, and his brother John the last baron of Hilton succeeded to the family estates. -------- DURHAM RECORD OFFICE: Ref: D/Br/D 2193 5 August 1696
(1) Henry Hilton of Hilton Castle, Esq., and Anne, his wife
(2)-Thomas Hilton, gent., youngest son of (1)
(3) John Hilton, Esq., son and heir of (1)
(4) Thomas Trollop of Crossgate, gent.
Copy articles of agreement whereby (3) agrees to pay several annuities and sums of money to (1) and (2) in consideration of his being let into the possession of Hilton Castle, the manors of Hilton, Ford, Follonsby and Great Usworth as well as other lands within the County of Durham
(1 file) - Ref: D/Br/D 2194 22 August 1696
(1) Justinian Christopher Scriber and Ann, his wife, daughter of Baron Henry Hilton of Hilton Castle
(2) John Hilton, Esq., son of Henry Hilton
(3) Thomas Hilton, gent., younger son of Henry Hilton
Quitclaim from (1) to (2) of all interest in £600 part of a parcel of £1,000 charged upon the estate of Henry Hilton and agreement for the payment of an annuity of £24 from (2) to (3)
Consideration: £100
(1 file) --------- The Patrician, Vol III, 1847 Page 569 The second son, Henry, Baron of Hilton, wedded Anne, dau. of Henry Procter, Esq. of Warsell, co. York, and d. in 1712, leaving issue,  i. John, his heir. ii. Thomas, of Low Ford, m. in 1707, Margaret Burdett, and d. in 1717, leaving i. Thomasine, d. unm. 1723. ii. Margaret, m. to Robert Lawson, Esq. of Chirton. m. Anne, m. to the Rev. Justinian Seriber. iv. Mary, m. to Cuthbert Richardson, Esq. ---------
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