Summary: Alan Whitfield is 68 years old today because Alan's birthday is on 11/30/1951. Hopkinsville, Christian County, KY, United States, New York, New York County, NY, United States, [2] After peaking around 1831 the population fell again; the 1901 Census recorded 72, an estimate in 1960 gave a population of 40[2] and the 2001 Census recorded only 22 inhabitants. There are records of five different court cases, some extending more than fifteen years, in the National Archives. We try to stay on top of the latest celebrity news, and celebrities that get caught, Nobody is perfect. She was married to Hugh C. Whitfield on March 12, 1943. In the records relating to “delinquent royalists” published in 1651, customary tenants in the manors of Plenmeller and Haltwhistle were petitioning for the return of their lands that had been seized by the Government. Two of their children were Hugh and John, aka Johnny. [2] the church is a Grade I listed building. [2] St. Andrew's is now part of an extensive benefice with nine other parishes including those of Thame and Lewknor. He made his 10 million dollar fortune with House & Veep. Wheatfield's toponym is derived from the Old English for "white field", referring to the ripe crops that the Anglo-Saxons grew on its fertile land.[2]. [2] By this marriage half of Wheatfield passed to Hugh Streatley and his heirs. In the last few years of the sixteenth century there are several records of lawlessness in the Borders that directly affected the Whitfield family. In the 1910 census America, Edward takes on the surname MacKay and is living with his sister Margaret, and brother-in-law Henry Clinton Pierce. Family Matters. The actor is married to Jo Green, his starsign is Gemini and he is now 61 years of age. In 1568 he was seized of [owned] Whitfield Hall Huntershellea, Burnmouth, Oldtown, Dewsgreen, Whittinstaw, Softlaws, Elmley, Milnhouse, Howpe, Parmantle, Parmanlee Hall and Whitwalls. [1], With such a small population, Wheatfield had relatively few children to support a school. Wheatfield existed by 1086, when the Domesday Book records that Robert D'Oyly held the manor and it was assessed at two hides. Europe Bureau Chief, Seven Network Australia Twitter: @hughwhitfeld Instagram: @hughwhitfeld General Info Edit. Francis Whitfield lived at Whitfield Hall from 1612 to 1619 and for sometime had unlawful possession of the lands of his nephew, Matthew, and seems to have acted as though he was Lord of the Manor. Lisadian, Culcavy, Hillsborough and Michigan, USA. Monsters vs Aliens, 101 Dalmatians & Stuart Little, Yes, father of: Charlie, William & Rebecca. These troubles led in 1536 to The Pilgrimage of Grace. Ralph and Dorothy had four known sons and a daughter. Many of the people have more than one path to William, but this is mostly just showing one (ideally the shortest path). There were a series of court cases involving Francis on one hand and Thomas and Nicholas Whitfield on the other. [10], sfn error: no target: CITEREFPevsnerSherwood1974 (, "Area selected: South Oxfordshire (Non-Metropolitan District)", "Wheatfield Park Coach House, Stables and Farmhouse (1059673)", The Vanished Village of Wheatfield, near Watlington, Berkshire North or Abingdon County Constituency, List of Parliamentary constituencies in Oxfordshire,,_Oxfordshire&oldid=980497982, Deserted medieval villages in Oxfordshire, Short description is different from Wikidata, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 26 September 2020, at 21:13. 2 talking about this. This tree centres around Hugh Titterington, son of Whitfield 1756,  who was a farmer of Culcavy. He was part of a jury looking into affairs of the Borders and the decay of the Middle Marches in 1596. At the inquest after his death held April 7 1670 at Wark in Tindale the court found that his son and heir Utric Whitfield was the lawful inheritor of a tenement in Parmentley. Among his “cousins” was Bishop Nicholas Ridley, who had been born in Tynedale and educated at Cambridge. [2] Adam Blandy, who was Rector 1709–22, had the house rebuilt. [2], The Lettens sold Wheatfield in 1769 to Lord Charles Spencer, second son of Charles Spencer, 3rd Duke of Marlborough. This document records the names of a number of Titteringtons who sailed out of the UK from about 1890-1960. We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us. Thomas Whitfield was amongst these petitioners and many members of the Ridley family, long associated with the Whitfields, were also amongst them. [2], The house was rebuilt in the 18th century, probably for John Rudge who moved to Wheatfield after he bought the manor in 1727. The Northumbrian-born Nicholas Ridley, cousin of the Whitfields, was one of many burnt at the stake in Oxford in 1555. [5], John Rudge had St. Andrew's remodelled early in the 18th century, and this Georgian work obscures most Medieval features except those above. [5] The wooden communion table is a high-quality carved piece from about 1745, that Sherwood and Pevsner considered similar to the work of John Vardy. 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Sir Ralph (who is of the 18th generation of Whitfields) was the great grandson of Robert Whitfield of Wadhurst. Neither are celebrities. [2], The Tippings had a manor house built in the late 16th or early 17th century. Sometimes Alan goes by various nicknames including Alan H Whitfield, Alan Hugh Whitfiel and Alan Hugh Whitfield. Kat's family tree descends from this branch. Ralph was a significant landholder. Approximate Reputation Score. He is recorded as a labourer. [2] Rudge's new Georgian house was called Wheatfield Park. Nevertheless, the dissolution of the monasteries continued and wealthy monasteries like Rievaulx and Whitby were stripped of their wealth and power by Henry VIII between 1538 and 1540. Allen Whitfield, 68 Mesquite, TX. This table records the records for various Titteringtons. The table below records the BURIALS for those named Titterington at St John's Church, Kilwarlin. The Scots left six regiments at Newcastle while the rest made their way to Sunderland where there was Parliamentarian support. In addition to the family law suits relating to Whitfield Manor and Hall, in 1610 Francis was in dispute with Hugh Ridley concerning a bond given to Hugh by his brother George Whitfield concerning tenant rights in the manor of Whitfield. . This was followed in 1545 by the battle at Ancrum Moor where Henry VIII’s forces were scattered by the Scots. Then part of Sunderland’s Scottish garrison moved towards Durham City seeking food in the countryside but found the land destroyed by Royalists. First Thomas and Nicholas Whitfield were the defendants in a case referring to the mortgage of the manor of Whitfield. In October, the Scots, fresh from Marston Moor, captured and occupied Stockton Castle. [2] A dame school was opened in 1824, and by 1833 it had four boys and seven girls as pupils. BAD 1 - 2 POOR 2 - 3 FAIR 3 - 4 GOOD 4 - 5. There is a will dated 12 February 1632 for a Nicholas Whitfield but, more importantly there is an act of administration for the estate of Nicholas Whitfield of Whitfield Hall in 1598. In 1555 as he prepared for his death, Bishop Ridley wrote a farewell letter to Ralph, calling him his “young cousin” and saying, “Oh your time with me was very short: my mind was to have done you good; and yet you caught in that little time a loss: but I trust it shall be recompensed as it shall please Almighty God”. Scots under General Alexander Leslie invaded England again. The actor is married to , his starsign is Gemini and he is now 61 years of age. Grass was said to grow in Newcastle’s streets. In 1648, a Royalist rising took hold in Scotland and the north. This obviously became complicated because there were further reports of court cases before 1616: one where Thomas Whitfield was plaintiff and Francis Whitfield the defendant regarding the manor of Whitfield; and yet another sometime after 1625 when Matthew was the plaintiff and Thomas and Nicholas the defendants. [2], Wheatfield families thereafter relied on neighbouring parishes including Lewknor and Stoke Talmage to educate their children. [2] Wheatfield supported at least 12 villeins and two freeholders well as the Lord of the Manor and the Rector. It has one bell, which was cast in 1636 by Ellis I Knight of Reading, Berkshire. [2] The Venetian east window of the chancel has late Victorian stained glass by Morris & Co.[3], St. Andrew's has no tower; only a bell-turret. [2] The coach house, stables and farmhouse form three sides of a courtyard, with a wall enclosing the fourth. [2] The first baronet died leaving considerable debts and the family's various estates heavily mortgaged, and when his son Sir Thomas Tipping, 2nd Baronet died in 1727 the estates were sold. This suggests that the Ridleys and at least some Whitfields were originally Royalists during the period. These detail fighting over ownership of Whitfield Manor between 1596 and 1640. However, most of the troubles of this period were caused by religious problems as northern Roman Catholics resisted the Protestant Reformation. Matthew was knighted in Newcastle in September 1646 when Charles I went north to meet up with the army from Scotland, during the Civil War between the Royalists, supporters of Charles II and the Parliamentarians, whose leaders included Oliver Cromwell. [9], Wheatfield was a successful arable farming community throughout the Middle Ages.

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