Ancestors of Bellasis and Frame-Thomson

Twelfth Generation


2048. Richard BELASYSE was born in 1489. He died in 1540. Richard married Margery ERRINGTON. [Parents]

Richard Belasyse enjoyed the patronage of Cardinal Wolsey, who held the see of Durham from 1523 to 1529.  By 1527, he had been appointed Constable of Durham Castle.  Later, he joined The Council of the North; perhaps through the influence of his younger brother, Anthony.  He was also appointed one of Henry VIII's Commissioners of the North to oversee the surrenders of the monasteries in the northern counties.  In 1539, he received various grants of lands from this work, including the lease of Newburgh Priory, which passed as a grant to Anthony.  He possessed the manors of Henknoll, Bradwood, Barington, Scole-Acle, Morton, Heighington and Pelton and lands in other manors, including Bleatarn in Co. Westmorland.  This last one he bequeathed to his son Richard, who bequeathed lands to his nephew, Bryan.

2049. Margery ERRINGTON [scrapbook] was born in 1497. She died in 1587.

In Houghton-le-Spring church, there is a brass plaque showing Margery Belasyse, née Errington, with her twelve children.  She died aged 90.

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2050. Sir Nicholas FAIRFAX [scrapbook].

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2598. Sir Richard MOLYNEAUX. Richard married Eleanor RADCLYFFE.

Richard was created Viscount Maryborough. [Parents]

2599. Eleanor RADCLYFFE.

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