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John Lowthroppe

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  • Name John Lowthroppe 
    Born of Lowthorpe, Dickering, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Gender Male 
    Person ID I1206  Ancestry of PNH, TNH, and others | Ancestor of FF, Ancestor of TNH, Ancestor of TWK
    Last Modified 27 Sep 2015 

    Children 
    +1. Robert Lowthroppe,   b. of Cherry Burton, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 20 Oct 1558, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location
    Last Modified 27 Sep 2015 
    Family ID F635  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • Quoted in G. Andrews Moriarty, "Genealogical Research in England: Lothrop", The New England Historical and Genealogical Register 84:437, October 1930:

      From the Records of the Court of Star Chamber
      [Preserved in the Public Record Office, London]

      Petition [undated] of James Carter and his wife Agnes and Thomas Layton and his wife Isabell states that they are seised of one acre of customary land in the manor of South Dalton, co. York, with appurtenances in Chery Burton, co. York, called Coke Merys, as of fee in right of Agnes and Isabel, whereon in 24 Henry VIII [1532-33] they sowed good wheat, which prospered till it was ready to be reaped, and that they then reaped a great part of the wheat, bound it in sheaves, and made thirty stooks, each containing twelve sheaves, according to the custom of that country, and intended to reap the rest. But now John Lawthrop, William Bynkys, Robert Lawthrop, William Patton, and John Burne, of their malicious and riotous minds, with clubs, staves, swords, daggers, pikes, etc., by force of arms, about Monday sennight next after the Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin [15 August], 25 Henry VIII [1533-34], entered the land, took away the wheat which had been reaped, and reaped and carried off the rest, making assault upon James Carter, beating and wounding him, and putting him in jeopardy of his life. Petitioners pray for a writ of subpoena for Lawthrop and the rest to appear before the King's Court at Westminster. (Star Chamber Proceedings, Henry VIII, vol. 9, no. 61.)

      Answer [undated] of John Lowthorp to the petition of James Carter and the others sets forth that the matter of the petitioners is determinable within the Court of the Provost of Beverley, within his lordship of South Dalton, as the land specified is a parcel of the manor of South Dalton. Said Lowthorp denies that he is guilty of any riot or any other misdemeanor. Further, if he had committed any such riot or misdemeanor, the King, by authority of Parliament, has pardoned to all his subjects all riots and misdemeanors committed before 3 November last, before which time the riot is said to have taken place. He prays that the petition be dismissed with costs. (Ib., Henry VIII, vol. 9, no. 62.)

  • Sources 
    1. [S505] A Genealogical Memoir of the Lo-Lathrop Family in This Country, by E. B. Huntington. Ridgefield, CT: J. M. Huntington, 1884.