John Banks

(30 August 1726 - 10 January 1726/27)
     John Banks was christened on 30 August 1726 in Hooton Roberts, Yorkshire. He was the son of Rev Joseph Banks and Mary or Margaret Sykes. John Banks was buried on 10 January 1726/27 in Hooton Roberts.
     John died on 10 January 1726/27 in Hooton Roberts, Yorkshire.

John Banks (Bradley)

(before 18 September 1579 - )
     John Banks (Bradley) was born illegitimate before 18 September 1579 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. He was christened on 18 September 1579 in Giggleswick. He was the son of Agnes Banks.

John Banks (of Huggon House)

(24 September 1620 - before 29 July 1694)
     John Banks (of Huggon House) was christened on 24 September 1620 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. He was the son of William Banks of Huggon House and Alice Banks.
     The administration of his estate was granted on 31 December 1633 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. John Bankes of Huggonhouse, admon to Eliz & Matt, relict & brother. This cannot be this John. John Banks (of Huggon House) was buried on 29 July 1654 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire.
     John died before 29 July 1694 in Yorkshire, England.

John Banks (of Lawkland)

(before 1550 - )
     John Banks (of Lawkland) was born before 1550. He was the son of Unknown Banks (of Giggleswick).
     John Banks (of Lawkland) married Isabella Brown on 26 November 1575 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire.

Children of John Banks (of Lawkland)

Joseph Banks

(circa 1632 - )
     Joseph Banks was born circa 1632 in Yorkshire. He was the son of Robert Banks and Ann Pudsey. Joseph was a Chancery clerk.

Joseph Banks

(6 September 1665 - 27 September 1727)
     Joseph Banks was christened on 6 September 1665 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. He was the son of a gentleman who had been an officer under Sir John Reresby, in the garrison of Bridlington according to Records of the Burgery of Sheffield. He was the son of Robert Banks and Margaret Frankland.
Joseph Banks was apprenticed in 1681 in Sheffield. At the age of 16 he went to Sheffield, where he was to found his fortune. He was articled to Thomas Chappell, a busy attorney in a large practice: there is a hint that master and pupil may have been related.
His brother Robert held the living of Hooton Roberts, and provided the premium upon the articles of clerkship for his younger brother Joseph in 1681.
     Joseph Banks married Mary Hancock on 5 August 1689 in Sheffield, Yorkshire. He married Mary, daughter of Rowland Hancock, of Shirecliffe Hall 5 Aug 1689, and had with her a fortune of £400. "As soon as his articles expired". Joseph was an attorney & MP, Sheffield, Yorkshire. He served articles with Mr Thos. Chappell, attorney, whom he succeeded on the Town Trust [elected burgess 7 Nov 1703]. He acted as agent for the Dukes of Norfolk, Leeds and Newcastle.
     Joseph Banks was mentioned in the will of Rev Richard Frankland dated 27 September 1698.
     Of Scofton, Ntt. purchased from Sir George Humble the Holland estate for £9900 - this purchase seems to have determined him towards setting himself in Lincolnshire. In 1714 he purchased the Revesby estate (Revesby Abbey, Lincs), which cost £14,000 from the representatives of Craven Howard Esq. being two daughters of Henry Howard; in 1721 he fenced in Revesby Park, in 1726 he purchased the Marsh estate.
     In 1715 he was required to furnish the Deputy Lieutenant of the county of Notts. with a 4th part of one horse and horseman at arms for the Militia on account of his estates in the parishes of Worksop and Bligh and also 3 parts more at the expence of the the estates of Thos. Markham Esq. a Papist whose lands were assessed with £6 p.a. to the said Jos. Banks for the premises Jos. then resided at Scrofton, Notts. (Scrofton was an earlier name for Scofton, Joseph had removed there from Sheffield where he had been a thriving solicitor, agent to all the county families of importance)..
     Joseph Banks lived at Revesby, Lincolnshire, 1719.
     He acted as agent for the Dukes of Norfolk, Leeds and Newcastle. Left Sheffield when scarcely passed middle life, and settled at Scofton near Worksop. Sat in Parliament for Grimsby (Linc) and Totness (Devon). While living at Shirecliffe he cut the gap, which is still called Coach Gate, between the Old Park and Cook Woods, to let his carriage pass by an easier road to Sheffield, than down the Bridgehouse Hill. He was great grandfather of Sir Joseph Banks, K.C.B., president of the Royal Society.
     Joseph Banks made a will dated 27 July 1726. Joseph Banks left in his will dated 27 July 1726. £5000 for my niece Steer and her children to be equally divided amongst them ... £3000 for my nephew Joseph Banks and his children ... his niece Wilkinson £1000... she had no issue, Millicent Steer £1000, his cousin Capt John Harris.
     Joseph died on 27 September 1727 in Revesby, Lincolnshire, aged 62. He died aged 62, from a fall from the roof at Revesby.

Children of Joseph Banks and Mary Hancock

Child of Joseph Banks

Joseph Banks

(21 June 1695 - 31 March 1741)
     Joseph Banks was born on 21 June 1695 in Sheffield, Yorkshire. He was the son of Joseph Banks and Mary Hancock. Joseph Banks was christened on 18 July 1695 in St Peter, Sheffield.
     Joseph Banks married Ann Hodgkinson on 11 April 1714.      
Joseph Banks was a Member of Parliament for Peterborough, Northamptonshire. He was High Sheriff of Lincolnshire, in 1730.
     Joseph Banks married secondly Catherine Collingwood (Wallis) circa 1733. She was the widow of Newman Wallis of Stamford, Lincs.
     Joseph Banks lived at Ancaster, Lincolnshire.
     Joseph died on 31 March 1741 in Lincolnshire, aged 45. In 1740 according to Cameron, aged 45, 'of an atrophy'; lived at Ancaster.

Children of Joseph Banks and Ann Hodgkinson

Children of Joseph Banks and Catherine Collingwood (Wallis)

Joseph Banks

(1715 - 1740)
     Joseph Banks was born in 1715. He was the son of Joseph Banks and Ann Hodgkinson.
     Joseph died in 1740.

Joseph Banks

(5 November 1614 - )
     Joseph died in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. He died without issue.. He was christened on 5 November 1614 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. He was the son of Robert Banks and Anne Craike.

Joseph Banks

     Joseph Banks was the son of Robert Banks and Elizabeth Ward.

Rev Joseph Banks

(before April 1690 - 9 November 1757?)
     Rev Joseph Banks was born before April 1690 in Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire. He was the son of Rev Robert Banks and Margaret Thornton. Rev Joseph Banks was listed in the household of Rev Robert Banks paying tax in Hull, Yks, between 1695 and 1697.
     Joseph matriculated at St John's College, Cambridge University, on 23 April 1708. Joseph Banks: admitted pensioner (aged 18) at St John's 23 April 1708. Son of Robert clerk (1667). Born at Hull, Yks. School - Sedbergh. Matric 1708, B.A. 1711-12. Joseph was Rector at Hooton Roberts, Yorkshire, from 1714 to 1757. He was presented by the Earl of Holderness and held the living for 43 years. He was rector of Hooton Roberts: in a transcript of his return for Archbishop Herring's visitation in June 1743 he stated there were 33 families in parish, resided in parsonage house for 27 years, assists a neighbouring relation [his nephew Rev William Steer of Swinton & Wath] who has been very ill.
     Rev Joseph Banks married Mary or Margaret Sykes on 12 April 1716 in Brantingham, Yorkshire.
     In Joseph Banks's will dated 27 July 1726, Rev Joseph Banks was named as heir; Joseph Banks left in his will dated 27 July 1726. £5000 for my niece Steer and her children to be equally divided amongst them ... £3000 for my nephew Joseph Banks and his children ... his niece Wilkinson £1000... she had no issue, Millicent Steer £1000, his cousin Capt John Harris.
     Rev Joseph Banks married Hannah Unknown (Lambert) on 31 December 1741 in Hooton Roberts, Yorkshire. Rev Joseph Banks was buried on 18 June 1757 in St John the Baptist, Hooton Roberts.
     Joseph died on 9 November 1757? In Hooton Roberts, Yorkshire.

Children of Rev Joseph Banks and Mary or Margaret Sykes

Sir Joseph Banks

(2 February 1743/44 - 19 June 1820)
     Sir Joseph Banks was born on 2 February 1743/44 in St James, Westminster, Middlesex. He was the son of William Banks-Hodgkinson and Sarah Bate.
     Joseph matriculated at Christ Church, Oxford University, after 16 December 1760. Sir Joseph Banks, son of William of London, armiger. Christ Church, matriculated 16 Dec 1760 aged 17. Created D.C.L. 21 Nov 1771, of Revesby Abbey, co. Lincoln. Traveller and naturalist, president of the Royal Society 1779, recorder of Boston, Privy Councillor 29 March 1797, a Commissioner of the Board of Trade 1797, created a baronet 4 March 1781, hon K.B. 1 July 1795. Joseph was a botanist.
     Sir Joseph Banks travelled to Australia in 1770 per the "Endeavour".
     Sir Joseph Banks married Dorothea Hugessen on 23 March 1779 in St Andrew Holborn, London. Joseph Banks Esquire of the parish of St Anne Westminster and Dorothea Hugesson of the parish of St Andrew Holborn, spinster, a minor, were married in this church by licencen with the consent of Francis Filmer the surviving guardian of the said minor appointed by the will of Willam Western Hugesson deceased being the natural and lawful father of the said minoron the 23rd day of March 1779 by me Edmd Filmer in the presence of F Filmer & S S Banks.
     Joseph died on 19 June 1820 in Spring Grove, London, Middlesex, aged 76. He was buried in St Leonard's, Heston, London.

Joseph Banks LLD

(27 May 1720 - 3 September 1788)
     Joseph Banks LLD was christened on 27 May 1720 in Hooton Roberts, Yorkshire. He was the son of Rev Joseph Banks and Mary or Margaret Sykes. Joseph was a barrister & Chancellor ofYork.
     Joseph Banks LLD married Mary Steer, daughter of Rev William Steer and Ann Banks, on 26 December 1748 in Hooton Roberts, Yorkshire.
     Joseph Banks LLD lived at Mortlake, Surrey.
     Joseph died on 3 September 1788 in Walton-upon-Thames, Surrey, aged 68. He was buried on 20 September 1788 in Walton-upon-Thames.

Child of Joseph Banks LLD and Mary Steer

Joseph Banks of Settle

(circa 1575 - before 5 January 1604/5)
     Joseph Banks of Settle was born circa 1575. He was the son of Unknown Banks (of Giggleswick).
     Joseph Banks of Settle married Agnes Newhouse on 14 May 1598 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. Joseph was present at Ann Banks's christening on 22 April 1599 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. Joseph was present at Arthur Banks of Stockdall, Settle's christening on 24 June 1601 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. Joseph was present at Edward Banks (of Stockdall, Settle)'s christening on 29 January 1603/4 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire.
     Joseph died before 5 January 1604/5 in of Settle, Giggleswick, Yorkshire, England. He was buried on 6 January 1604/5 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire.

Children of Joseph Banks of Settle and Agnes Newhouse

Judith Banks

(4 May 1613 - )
     Judith Banks was christened on 4 May 1613 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Robert Banks and Anne Craike.

Judith Banks

(28 January 1621/22 - )
     Judith Banks was christened on 28 January 1621/22 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of William Banks of Lythebanks.

Letitia Mary Banks

(1716 - 1757)
     Letitia Mary Banks was born in 1716. She was the daughter of Joseph Banks and Ann Hodgkinson.
     Called Letticia by Cameron, laid foundation stone at Revesby church in 1730. Died unmarried.
     Letitia died in 1757 in Revesby, Lincolnshire. She was buried in 1757 in Revesby.

Luke Banks

(before 1620 - circa 1645)
     Luke Banks was born before 1620 in Yorkshire. He was described as the eldest son. The two Lukes, sons of Robert & Ann (Craike/Pudsey) may be confused. He was the son of Robert Banks and Ann Pudsey.
     Luke Banks married Hester Bellingham.
     Luke died circa 1645. He died in the King's service in the civil war.

Child of Luke Banks and Hester Bellingham

Luke Banks

(22 January 1598/99 - 8 February 1620/21)
     Luke Banks was christened on 22 January 1598/99 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. He was the son of Robert Banks and Anne Craike.
     Luke Banks married an unknown person before 1618.
     Luke was buried on 8 February 1620/21 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire.

Children of Luke Banks

Luke Banks

(19 October 1564 - after 1606)
     Luke Banks was christened on 19 October 1564 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. He was the son of Thomas Banks and Margaret Unknown (Banks).
     Luke died after 1606. Luke was mentioned in his father's will of 1606..

Magdalen Banks

     Magdalen Banks married Richard Tills as his second wife, on 4 February 1739/40 in Cathedral (Holy & Undivided Trinity), Norwich, Norfolk. Richard Tills of St Michael at ye Thorn, widower & Magdaen Banks of St Paul's..
     Magdalen Banks married Edward Cordran as her second husband, on 12 July 1761 in St Paul, Norwich, Norfolk. They had issue.

Child of Magdalen Banks and Richard Tills

Margaret Banks

(8 May 1597 - before 12 March 1597/98)
     Margaret Banks was christened on 8 May 1597 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Robert Banks and Anne Craike.
     Margaret died before 12 March 1597/98 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. She was buried on 12 March 1597/98 in Giggleswick.

Margaret Banks

(24 May 1601 - )
     Margaret Banks was christened on 24 May 1601 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Robert Banks and Anne Craike.
     Margaret Banks married Ralph Baynes on 1 September 1617 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. In Joseph Banks' 1719 pedigree they were described as Margaret & Ralph Baines of Meweth Head in Craven, Esq. with descendants still being there.

Margaret Banks

(17 September 1560 - )
     Margaret Banks was christened on 17 September 1560 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire.
     Margaret Banks married Christopher Armstead on 18 June 1586 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire.

Margaret Banks

(26 January 1605/6 - )
     Margaret Banks was christened on 26 January 1605/6 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Robert Banks and Sibilla Kaye.

Margaret Banks

(25 July 1602 - )
     Margaret Banks was christened on 25 July 1602 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of John Banks.

Margaret Banks

(4 December 1625 - )
     Margaret Banks was christened on 4 December 1625 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of William Banks of Huggon House and Alice Banks.

Margaret Banks

(31 May 1620 - )
     Margaret Banks was christened on 31 May 1620 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Henry Banks (of Settle) and Jane Armstead.

Margaret Banks

(18 August 1622 - )
     Margaret Banks was christened on 18 August 1622 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of William Banks.

Margaret Banks

(27 April 1625 - )
     Margaret Banks was christened on 27 April 1625 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of William Banks of Stubbin and Alice Unknown (Banks).