Arthur Hardisty, 16051658 (aged 53 years)

Birth 1605 28 22
Birth of a sisterMadelon Hardisty
March 30, 1606 (aged 1 year)

Birth of a sisterElinor Hardisty
October 8, 1609 (aged 4 years)

Birth of a sisterMary Hardisty
May 16, 1613 (aged 8 years)

Birth of a sisterJenit Hardisty
July 16, 1615 (aged 10 years)

Birth of a sonGeorge Hardisty
January 1627/28 CE (January 1628) (aged 23 years)

MarriageDorothy HardistyView this family
about 1630 (aged 25 years)
Birth of a daughterMary Hardisty
October 6, 1631 (aged 26 years)

Birth of a daughterAnne Hardisty
October 3, 1633 (aged 28 years)

Birth of a sonWilliam Hardisty
March 6, 1634/35 CE (March 16, 1635) (aged 30 years)

Birth of a sonJohn Hardisty
August 9, 1639 (aged 34 years)

Birth of a sonThomas Hardisty
September 4, 1641 (aged 36 years)
Baptism of a sonThomas Hardisty
September 4, 1641 (aged 36 years)
Death of a sisterMadelon Hardisty
October 1641 (aged 36 years)
Birth of a daughterSarah Hardisty
September 14, 1645 (aged 40 years)

Death of a sonJohn Hardisty
May 4, 1656 (aged 51 years)

Will August 2, 1658 (aged 53 years)

Death of a wifeDorothy Hardisty
September 1658 (aged 53 years)

Death September 4, 1658 (aged 53 years)
Family with parents
father
15771660/61 CE
Birth: about 1577 27Hampsthwaite, Yorkshire
Death: March 4, 1660/61 CE (March 14, 1661)Hampsthwaite, Yorkshire
mother
Marriage
Marriage: about 1602Hampsthwaite, Yorkshire
brother
elder brother
1603
Birth: about 1603 26 20Hampsthwaite, Yorkshire
20 months
elder sister
16041674
Birth: September 2, 1604 27 21
Death: April 1674
4 months
elder brother
2 years
himself
16051658
Birth: 1605 28 22Hampsthwaite, Yorkshire
Death: September 4, 1658Hampsthwaite, Yorkshire
15 months
younger sister
16061641
Birth: March 30, 1606 29 23
Death: October 1641Hampsthwaite, Yorkshire
4 years
younger sister
4 years
younger sister
2 years
younger sister
Family with Dorothy Hardisty
himself
16051658
Birth: 1605 28 22Hampsthwaite, Yorkshire
Death: September 4, 1658Hampsthwaite, Yorkshire
wife
16061658
Birth: June 1, 1606 22 21
Death: September 1658
Marriage
Marriage: about 1630Hampsthwaite
-23 months
son
1627/28 CE
Birth: January 1627/28 CE (January 1628) 23 21
4 years
daughter
2 years
daughter
18 months
son
1634/35 CE
Birth: March 6, 1634/35 CE (March 16, 1635) 30 28
5 years
son
2 years
son
16411699
Birth: September 4, 1641 36 35Hampsthwaite, Yorkshire
Death: 1699
4 years
daughter
1645
Birth: September 14, 1645 40 39
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"Knaresborough Wills" Vol. II, p. 241. Published for the Surtees Society.

KNARESBOROUGH COURT ROLLS. WILLS AND ADMINISTRATIONS. THE WILL OF ARTHUR HARDESTY. Membrane 10. Feb. 1, 1659-60--I, Arthur Hardestie of Sautergilhill in theparishe of Hampestwaithe, yeoman. Whereas I have surrendered to the useof William Burton of Killinghall, Robert Atkison of Ripon, WilliamHardestie and Robert Hardestie, my brother in law, their heirs &c.,onelie as trusties, for the uses therein declared, all my coppie holdeestate within the hamlets of the township of Clint, my will and mind isthat two closes thereof, called Mawcrofte and Maw Hol, which I part holdof Richard Norfolke, be sould, for and towards the payment of my debts.And for the rest of my coppie-hould estate, my will is that my wife shallhave all the profitts therof to her and her assignes, untill such time asmy sonne Thomas should accomplish thee age of 22 yeares, the beter toenabell her to dischargge all my debts and edducate my children, and whenhe accomplish the said age my will is that my said feoffees, their heirs,shall surender unto him and his heirs, two thirds of all my coppe-holdeestate, excepting what before is mentioned to be sold, and the part Ipurchased from Marie Dickinson als. Slater, he paying unto my doughterSariah the summe of 1 li., when she shall accomplish the age of 21 yearesor mariedge, wherby she may lawfully discharge him therof. The said 1 li.to be payd or secured before the sayd Thomas enters into his estate. Andfor the other part, excepting what is excepted, my will is that my wifehave the profitts therof during her naturiall life, and the revertiontherof to my said sone Thomas, his heirs, forever. And as for the landspurchased of the said Marie Dickinson als. Slater, togeather with mymannor at Hampstwaite, corpitale messuage and all other my freehouldlands &c., exepting one close which I purchased of John Stausfield, andmy tythes of corne and graine which I purchased off Richard Talor,clerke, Mathew Bogge and his wife, I doe give the same and all therprofitts for three years, from March 25th next after my death, toDorothie, my wife, and her assigns. And the profitts of the fourth year Igive to my daughter Marie, the wife of Joseph Ibbison, for increase ofher portion; and for the fifth year, to my daughter Anne, wife of JohnWright; and as for sixth year next after, my will is that my wife havethe profits for the discharge of my debts, if need bee, or to devideamongst my children, att her discretion, if shee be then liveing, and ifshe be then dead, my feofes and their heirs, sirvivor or sirvivors ofthem shall have pouer to dispose of the profitts for the said sixth year.And at the expiration of the said sixth year my will is that my eldestsone, William Hardestie, as heir at law, shall have to him and his heirsfor ever, all my said free hould and coppie hould estate purchased of thesaid Marie Dickinson als. Slater, reserving my wife a third parte thereoffor her liffe, and excepting the close purchased of the said JohnStausfield and the tithe above mentioned, conditioned that he pay orsecure to be paid to my daughter Sarah the sum of cc li. when she shallaccomplish the age of 21 years, and likewise discharge or secure to bedischarged my executrix, feoffes, my brother inlaw, William Hardestie,their heirs &c., against such bond as by him and me are entried into onmy said sonne Wiliame behalfe, for any thing, in order to hisapprentishipe and from all damadge shall or may acrue to either of them.Should he refuse to make such securitie or dye before the sayd Sarahshall accomplish the age of 21 years, then my sayd feofies andexecutrix, their heirs, shall hold to them, the sayd lands so limited, tomy eldest sonne till the sayd cc li. be paid or secured to the useaforesayd &c. And as for the close purchaysed of the sayd JohnStausfeild, my will is that it shall be sould toward the discharge of mydebts, and my tythes shall be held for my feoffees and executrix andtheir heirs, untill such time as out of the profitts thereof such moneysas I owe unto my sayd brother in lawe, William Hardestie, be payd, andall such bonds be satisfied as I am bound in, with and for the saydMathewe Bogge, to any person whatsoever, and after the last mentioneddebt to my sayd brother in lawe and the bonds be truely satisfyed, thenmy will is, that my sayd eldest sonne shall have to him and his heirsall such tythes &c. as may yearly arise &c. out of such lands aforesaid,and my son Thomas shall have all the rest of the sayd tythes to him, hisheirs &c. And as for my personeall estate, I bequeath the same untoDorithie, my wife, toward the payment of all my debts &c., onely payingthereout to evrey one of my grandchildren xxs. And I make the saydDorithie, my wife, executrix &c. Witnesse my hand &c. this 2nd day ofAug., 1658, before Chris. Spence, Fras. Browne, Geo. Cocke, ArthurHardestie. -- Executrix named admitted."

From "Little Timble, Great Timble & The Hamlet of Snowden" by WilliamGrainge, 1895 ......and in 1651, William Hardistie was one of the selected trustees,and Arthur Hardistie one of the feofees for purchasing the manorialrights of the Forest of Knaresborough.