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1. Title:   Durham County Record Office
Page:   D/Br/D 2194
Source:   SR1742
Publication:   www.durhamrecordoffice.org.uk
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:   The Patrician
Page:   Volume 3, p561
Source:   SR1763
4. Title:   The Patrician
Page:   Vol 3, Page 571
Source:   SR1763

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Note:   The local historian's table book: Vol8 p248-9 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 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) - Ref: D/Br/D 2196 27 February 1699/1700
(1) John Hylton of Little Usworth, Esq.
(2) Thomasine and Margarett Hilton of Hilton Castle, spinsters, sister of (1)
Copy mortgage for securing £1,600 and interest from (1) to (2) of the manor or lordship of Great Usworth
(1 file) - Ref: D/Br/D 2199 30 April and 1 May 1706
(1) John Hilton of Hilton Castle, Esq.
(2) John Stephenson of Newcastle, [merchant]
Copy lease and release, being a mortgage for 200 years from (1) to (2) of Hilton Castle, the manors of Hylton, Ford, Fulwell, Suddick, High Ford, Low Ford, Newhall, Follensby and Great Usworth; the rectory of Monkwearmouth and Chantry lands, Horse Close and Barnes Flatt; £20 per annum issuing out of the manor of Barmeston, and £13 6s.8d. per annum issuing out of the manor of North Biddick
Consideration: £1,500
(1 file) - Ref: D/Br/D 2200 1 May 1706
(1) John Stephenson of Newcastle, merchant
(2) John Hilton of Hilton Castle, Esq.
Copy agreement between (1) and (2) for the repayment of £1,500 and interest on a mortgage for 999 years upon Hylton Castle, the manors of Hylton, Ford, Fulwell, Suddick, High and Low Ford, Newhall, Follensby and Great Usworth; the rectory of Monkwearmouth with Chantry lands, the Horse Close and Barns Flatt; £20 per annum issuing out of the manor of Barmeston and £13 6s.8d. per annum issuing out of the manor of North Biddick
(1 file) - Ref: D/Br/D 2202 23 May 1706
(1) John Stephenson, merchant, plaintiff
(2) John Hilton, Esq., and Dorothy, his wife; Robert Lawson and Margaret, his wife; and Thomasine Hilton, deforciants
Copy final concord between (1) and (2) for lands as at D/Br/D 2190 above
Consideration: 430 silver marks
(1 paper, Latin) - Ref: D/Br/D 2205 10 September 1723
(1) John Hylton of Hylton Castle, Esq.
(2) Dorothy, Ann and Elizabeth Hylton of Hylton, spinsters
(3) Robert Lawson of Northumberland, Esq., and John Briscoc of Croston, Cumberland, Esq.
Copy release from (1) to (3) of the manors of Highford, Lowford and Newhall in the parish of Bishopwearmouth for securing a legacy of £700 to Dorothy Hylton, a legacy of £950 to Ann Hylton and a legacy of £800 to Elizabeth Hylton
(1 file) - Ref: D/Br/D 2206 1 September [1724?]
(1) John Hylton of Hylton Castle, Esq.
(2) John Stephenson of Newcastle, merchant
Copy mortgage for securing a further £1,000 and interest from (1) to (2) of lands as at D/Br/D 2203 above
(1 file) - Ref: D/Br/D 2207 29 July 1725
(1) John Hylton of Hylton Castle, Esq.
(2) Margaret Stephenson of Newcastle, widow
Copy covenant between (1) and (2) that lands as at D/Br/D 2199 above shall stand as security for the payment of £500 and interest
(1 file) - Ref: D/Br/D 2209 16 January 1726/27
(1) John Hylton of Hylton Castle, Esq.
(2) Margaret Stephenson of Newcastle, widow of John Stephenson of Newcastle, merchant
Copy mortgage for securing a further £1,000 and interest, of lands as at D/Br/D 2203 above
(1 file) - Ref: D/Br/D 2210 1 September 1727
(1) John Hylton of Hylton Castle, Esq.
(2) Margaret Stephenson of Newcastle, widow
Copy mortgage for securing a further sum of £1,000 and interest for lands as at D/Br/D 2199 above
(1 file) - Ref: D/Br/D 2211 12 and 13 April 1728
(1) John Hylton of Hylton Castle, Esq.
(2) Winifred Webster of Newcastle, spinster
(3) William Midford of Inner Temple, London, gent.
Copy lease and release, being a mortgage for securing £3,600 and interest from (1) to (3) of all lands as at D/Br/D 2199 above
(1 file) - Ref: D/Br/D 2212 1 January 1728/29
(1) John Hylton of Hylton Castle, Esq.
(2) Catherine Hylton of Hylton Castle, spinster
Copy mortgage for securing £1,000 and interest, of the manors of Highford, Lowford and Newhall in the parish of Bishopwearmouth
(1 file) - Ref: D/Br/D 2213 2 October 1729
Copy release of the trusts in the will of Margaret Stephenson of Newcastle, widow, dated 26 October 1725, from Ulrick Whitfield of Newcastle, Esq., to John Wilkinson of Newcastle merchant and John Aierey of Newcastle, gent.
(1 paper) - Ref: D/Br/D 2214 5 May 1730
(1) John Hylton of Hylton Castle, Esq.
(2) John Wilkinson of Newcastle, merchant; John Airey of Newcastle, Esq.; and Margaret Swinburn of Newcastle, widow
(3) Francis Cudworth Masham, Esq., Accountant General of the High Court of Chancery
Copy assignment of a mortgage for the residue of a term of 999 years from (1) to (3) with the consent of (2) for lands as at D/Br/D 2199 above
Consideration: £7,045 4s.6d. from (3) to Wilkinson and Airey with the consent of Swinburn; £2,954 15s.6d. from (3) to (1)
(1 file) - Ref: D/Br/D 2215 30 April [1733?]
(1) John Hylton of Hylton Castle, Esq.
(2) Mark Thurston, Esq., Accountant General of the High Court of Chancery
Copy mortgage for securing a further sum of £5,000 and interest, on lands as at D/Br/D 2199 above
(1 file) - Ref: D/Br/D 2216 13 June 1734
(1) Henry Meddin of St. George in the East in Ratcliff Highway and Elizabeth, his wife (nee Scriber)
(2) John Hylton of Hylton Castle, Esq.
(3) Robert Lawson of East Chirton, Northumberland, Esq.
(2) John Hylton of Hylton Castle, Esq.
Quitclaim from (1) to (2) with the consent of (3) for Christopher Scribers share of a legacy of £400 chargeable on the estate of (2)
Consideration: £30
(1 paper) - Ref: D/Br/D 2217 23 August 1734
(1) John Hylton of Hylton Castle, Esq.
(2) Barbara Bland, widow of Henry Bland of Hurworth, merchant
Copy lease [being part of a lease and release] of lands as at D/Br/D 2199 above
(1 file) - Ref: D/Br/D 2218 23 August 1734
(1) John Hylton of Hylton Castle, Esq.
(2) Barbara Bland, widow of Henry Bland of Hurworth, merchant
Bond in £6,000 from (1) to (2) for the payment of £3,000
(1 paper) - Ref: D/Br/D 2219 24 August 1734
(1) John Hylton of Hylton Castle, Esq.
(2) Barbara Bland, widow of Henry Bland of Hurworth, merchant
Copy mortgage for securing £3,000 and interest from (1) to (2) of lands as at D/Br/D 2199 above
(1 file) - Ref: D/Br/D 2220 12 and 13 May 1736
(1) Thomas Hylton of Monkwearmouth, clerk
(2) John Richardson of Westminister, Middlesex, gent.; Hylton Richardson of North Shield, Northumberland, mariner; and Margaret Richardson of East Chirton, Northumberland, spinster
(3) John Hylton of Hylton Castle, Esq.
Copy lease and release from (1) and (2) to (3) of the manors etc. of Hylton, Highford, Lowford, Monkwearmouth, Fulwell and Suddick except the farmhold of Newhall as specified
Consideration: £370 from (3) to (2) in equal sums
(1 file) - Ref: D/Br/D 2224 6 November 1739
Copy of the will of John Hylton of Hylton Castle, Esq., as follows:
To Hylton Lawson of Chirton, Northumberland, Esq., William Cuthbert of Newcastle and Thomas Rudd of Durham City, Esq., all real estate as executors, upon specified trusts for the heirs of his body, and in default for Sir Richard Musgrave of Hayton Castle, Cumberland, bart., his nephew, etc., upon limitations as specified
(1 file) --------- DURHAM RECORD OFFICE: DPRI/1/1746/H20   15 November 1748 John HYLTON, esquire, of Hylton Castle in the county of Durham [Hylton Castle, County Durham] administration bond, penal sum £60: DPRI/3/1748/A42/2 DPRI/1/1746/H20/1-3   6 November 1739 will --------- The Patrician, Volume 3, p561 John Hilton, Esq., Baron of Hilton, m. 22 Feb. 1693-4, Dorothy, eldest dau. of Sir Richard Musgrave, of Hayton Castle, Cumberland, and had issue, I. Richard, d. unm. II. John, eventual heir. I. Dorothy. Ii. Anne, m. to Sir Richard Musgrave, Bart, of Hayton Castle, and d. in 1766. Her heir general is. Sir Wm. Geo. Hilton Jolliffe, Bart., co-heir of the blood of Hilton, III. Elizabeth, who m. Thomas Younghusband, Esq, and d. in 1751, leaving an only dau., who m. twice, but had no issue. iv. Catherine, m. John Brisco, D.D., of Crofton, co. Cumberland, and was mother of Sir John Brisco, Bart, of Crofton Hall. The second son, but eventual heir, John Hilton, the last Baron of Hilton, was a man of mild and generous disposition, though of reserved habits, and is still remembered, with personal respect, as the final representative of a great and ancient house. He sat in parliament for the Borough of Carlisle, but took little part in public affairs. His death occurred in 1746, and as he never married, his nephew, Sir Richard Musgrave, became his heir, and assumed the surname of Hilton. Within a few years afterwards, the whole of the Hilton estates was sold under an Act of Parliament, and the Castle passed, by her share, into the possession of the Bowes family. ---------
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