NIDDERDALE from Nun Monkton to Whernside

Being a record of the History, Antiquities,

Scenery, Old Homes, Families &c,.

Of the beautiful valley of the Nidd

By Harry Speight

Author of "Craven and North-West Yorkshire Highlands"

"Upper Wharfedale", "Lower Wharfedale" &c.

Illustrations and Map.

London: Elliot Stock, 62, Paternoster Row, E.C.,

and all booksellers.

1906.

COPYRIGHT.


APPENDIX


 

I

A SHORT STORY OF THE FAMILY OF

INMAN OF NIDDERDALE

BY

ALFRED H. INMAN

B.Sc. (Edin.), F.H.A.S., M.R.A.S.E.

II

ROYAL DESCENTS OF

LE PAGE, BAYLES, AND INMAN

BY

JOHN F. LE PAGE

M.D.





1906


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Robert Inman, viv. a. 1539-1568

William Inman = Jennet [?Bayne]

viv. a. 1568-1614 | viv. a. 1585-1632  
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Robert Inman =                                         John Inman     
a. 1584 or 1585-1662 |                                       a. 1589 or 1590-1667 =
Michael Inman = Elizabeth Darnbrooke         
a. 1630-1691 | a. 1633-1695                  
|                  
          Robert Inman = Katherine Lowson
    a. 1658-1721 | a. 1662-1723
    |
Abigail Whaley = Christopher Inman = Mary Whitfield
                    ob. a. 1716   |     a. 1693-1737      |    widow, c. a. 1687-1738
/----------------------------------------/                                  \-------------------------------|       
Michael Inman = Deborah Bayles                Susanna Casson = Charles Inman = Mary Bowlby
   a. 1716-1784      a. 1719 or                         ob. a. 1752       a. 1725-1767 |   a. 1727-1783 
         1720-1782                                                                          |   
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Ann Salisbury = Robert Inman = Ann Mashiter
             a. 1758-1782   a. 1756-1823 | a. 1760 or 1761-1845
/-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------\                  
Charles Inman = Jane Clay                                           Richard Inman = Maria Hindle
    a. 1791-1858 | ob. a. 1865                                          a. 1804-1883 | a. 1806-1873
--------------------                                                                   ------------------------            
William Inman = Anne S. Stobart                            Richard H. Inman = Anna M. Sussenthaler
|                                                                                   |             
Ernest S. Inman = Rose Foster                                 Alfred H. Inman = Kate Phillips

= Indicates descendants not shown


1st Generation

ROBERT INMAN (vivens a. 1539-1568),

   Of Calfal (Covill) House Grange (township of Fountains Earth, par. Kirkby Malzeard); a rent paying tenant there.
   Of Fountains Earth, March, 30 Hen. VIII [a. 1539]; see Certif. Of Musters, Misc. Exch. Books, T. R., Vol. 38. Of Calfal House Grange, Sept., a. 1566-Aug. 10, a. 1568, for, at the latter date, along with Ro. Benson, he pays two years rent due Sept. 29, a. 1568; see Will, Bacon's Receipts for 1568, Studley MS. (Bos 4, Parcel 22), Penes the Marquis of Ripon. At and before this time, Calfal House was divided into two moieties ; Ro. Inman held the 'mansion house', and Ro. Benson the 'tenement', The Bensons had presumably lived at the Grange from 15 Hen. VIII. at least; their name occurs under Calfal House in the Subsidy for that year, and in the Studley MSS at a.1541 and 1563. At the latter date, Christopher Benson accounts for four years ended Sept. 29, 5 Eliz., that is, for a. 1559-1563, for portion of the Grange; it was for the moiety which was subsequently held by Ro. and Will. Inman, as will appear under the notice of the latter, Will, Inman is returned as tenant of a mediety of the Grange along with Ric. Benson in a. 1568 ('Rental',date in a comparatively modern hand), and with John Benson in a. 1575, but alone in a. 1569 and 1574; it may be that the families were related. It is likely that Ro. Inman was actually at Calfal in a. 1539; perhaps he married one of the Bensons, and was in partnership there.
   Ro. Inman, probably, was buried at Middlesmoor, and it would seem that he died in a. 1568, or soon after; at any rate, Will. Inman was tenant at Calfal next year. This appears from Add. Ch. (Brit Mus.) 16336 in a Rental of Lands lately pertaining to the Mon. of Fountains; see under 'Cawfildehowse in Netherdale'. Here is the account of Will. 'Inneman' and Ro. Benson for three years up to Sept. 29, 11 Eliz.[a.1569]; they are burdened with rent due for three years up to Sept.29, 11 Eliz., a mediety of the Grange, with appts., being given as in the occupation of Will. Inman. But on Aug. 10, 10 Eliz. [a. 1568], two years rent was paid by the hands of Will Inman and Ro. Benson to Will. Bacon; the rent, for the year ending in 11 Eliz., was yet unpaid at the time of the account. The Add. Ch. nearly agrees with the Studley MS.; presumably, Ro. Inman, not Will. Inman was the actual tenant; Aug. 10, a.1568. It is likely enough that Will Inman was his son; as they both lived at Calfal Grange, it is practically certain that they were related. There is no notice, known to the writer, of the name of Inman, in the township of Fountains Earth, earlier than the one above of a. 1539; possibly, Ro. Inman was related to Will Inman of Gateup, Appletreewick, Will dated and proved a. 1542, but there is no real evidence as to his parentage.


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