Pedigree Index

Allott of Hague Hall

ALLOTT, THE REV. JOHN, of Hague Hall, co. York, rector of Maltby, co. Lincoln, b. 21 March, 1812; m. 27 Oct. 1836, Catherine, dau. of William Wilson, Esq. of Louth, co. Lincoln, and has issue,

I. JOHN-GEORGE, b. 15 July, 1839.
II. Henry-Hepworth, b. 25 June, 1842.
III. Robert-James, b. 22 Nov. 1847.
I. Catherine-Mary.
II. Marianne-Ludlam.
III. Sarah-Frances.
IV. Elizabeth-Ann.

Lineage.-When this family became first seated at Elmley, it is difficult to ascertain on good authority, but that they were settled there in the time of HENRY VI., the strongest evidence exists, in deeds dated 11, 16, and 24 HENRY VI.

EDMUND ALLOT, lineally descended from Robert Allot, of Sedfull, m. Bridget, dau. of Thomas Arthington, and had two sons, JOHN. and Thomas, who m. the dau. of Thomas Merfield, and was grandfather of Richard Allot, of Greenfield, co. Middlesex, as well as of Syles Allot, of Micklefield, Suffolk. The elder son,

JOHN ALLOT, whose will is dated in 1509, m. Elizabeth, dau. and heir of Sir John Allington, Knt., and was father of

ROBERT ALLOTT, of Bentley Grange, whose will was proved in 1541. He m. Elizabeth, sister of Armigael Waad, the navigator, and niece of Alvared Comyn, prior of Nostel, and had two sons,

Robert, of Bentley Grange, whose eldest son, John, of Bentley Grange, aged 43, 14 Oct, 1606, was ancestor of the Rev. Richard Allott, Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, son of Richard Allott, Dean of Raphoe.
JOHN, of whom we treat.

The 2nd son,

JOHN ALLOTT, of Crigleston, which estate had been purchased by his mother, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Richard Spight, of Heaton, and had issue, EDWARD, of whom presently; Robert, M.D., of St. John's College, living in 1626; Elizabeth. The elder son,

EDWARD ALLOTT, of Crigleston, m. Susanna, dau. of Johnson of Dercarne, and had, besides other issue, an eldest son, GEORGE ALLOTT, of Crigleston, whose will was dated in 1683. His son,

EDWARD ALLOTT, of Crigleston, m. 13 Dec. 1677, Rebecca Swallow, and had, with younger issue, GEORGE, his heir, of Crigleston and South Kirkby, and ROBERT. The 2nd son,

THE REV. ROBERT ALLOTT, M.A., fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge, and vicar of South Kirkby, m. Frances, dau. of Francis Hall, Esq. of Swaith Hall, and d. 29 July, 1783, having had three sons, I. James, in holy orders, vicar of South Kirkby; II. Robert, of Painthorpe; and III. JOHN, of whom we treat. The youngest son,

THE REV. JOHN ALLOTT, vicar of South Kirkby, bapt. 1734; m. in Nov. 1768 or 1769, Anne, dau. of Hugh Hammersley, Esq. of Doncaster, and d. in 1813, having had issue, I. JOHN; II. GEORGE; III. James, in holy orders, chaplain to the forces, d. unm. in 1814; I. Sarah, d. unm.; and II. Anne. The eldest son,

JOHN ALLOTT, Esq., captain in the army, s. to the Hague Hall estate, under the will of his cousin, James Allott, in 1811. He m. Elizabeth, dau, of James Emmerson, Esq. of South Kirkby, and dying s. p. in 1824, was s. by his brother,

THE REV. GEORGE ALLOTT, of Hague Hall, vicar of South Kirkby, b. 8 Oct. 1716; m. 10 Oct. 1805, Mary, eldest dau, of James Emmerson, Esq. of South Kirkby, and had issue,

JAMES, b. 29 Sept 1810; m. 14 Jan. 1847, Hannah, eldest dau. of the late John Webster, Esq. of Springfield House, Morley, near Leeds; and d. s. p.
JOHN, now of Hague Hall.
George, in holy orders, vicar of South Kirkby, co. Lincoln ; b. 7 June, 1818; m. June, 1851, Miss Sarah Webster.
Catherine-Ann, m. to W.-Platt Bradshaw, Esq. of Comston Bank, co. Lancaster.
Sarah-Cope, m. to Joshua Hepworth, Esq. of Rogerthorpe Hall, near Pontefract.
Mary-Elizabeth, m. to Henry Orme, Esq. of Louth, co. Lincoln.
Frances-Jane, m. to Robert Shipman, Esq. of Grantham, co. Lincoln.

Mr. Allott d. 13 June, 1848.

Arms-Or, a plain fesse, double cotised, wavy, az.; on a canton of the second, two bars, arg. charged with three swallows, volant, sa.
Crest-A dexter arm, couped at the elbow, habited, or, charged with a fesse, double cotised, wavy, az., cuff; arg., the hand, ppr., holding a mullet, gold.
Motto-Fortiter et recte.
Seat-Hague Hall, near Wakefield, co. York.

Transcribed from A genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland, by Sir Bernard Burke, Ulster King of Arms, fourth edition, 1862;
a.k.a. Burke's Landed Gentry, 1862