Clargill Generations 18 to 22

  • Description

    "Just a few miles away from Randalholme stands Clargill Hall. This was to become another home for a cadet family from Whitfield Hall. Clargill was originally owned by the Vipont family who also owned the manor of Alston, but by 1579 a Nicholas Whitfield was living there. Given the close proximity of Randalholme this Nicholas may be the son of John of Randalholme (generation 16), although this John may have been too young from his estimated birth date. Clargill was sold in 1581 and in 1626 John Teasdale bought it. He may have belonged to the Teasdale family that married Grace Whitfield of Randalholme about 1615. Teasdale’s daughter Mary married Ralph Whitfield and brought Clargill back to the Whitfield family....."
  • Owner

    The Whitfield One-Name Study - A Repository of Whitfield Family Information
  • Source

    Local (Co-Curate)
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    Resource type: Text/Website
    Added by: Edmund Anon
    Last modified: 2 years, 1 month ago
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