Margaret Banks

(14 May 1637 - )
     Margaret Banks was christened on 14 May 1637 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Thomas Banks and Jane Armstead.

Margery Banks

(14 May 1620 - )
     Margery Banks was christened on 14 May 1620 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of William Banks.

Margery Banks

(before 10 July 1632 - before 10 July 1632)
     Margery died before 10 July 1632 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. She was born before 10 July 1632 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. She was buried on 10 July 1632 in Giggleswick. She was the daughter of William Banks. Margery Banks was christened on 5 August 1632 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire.

Mary Banks

(circa 1871 - 1970)
     She raised her grandson John when his mother died soon after his birth, she then lived with Annie Klemm until her death

. Mary Banks was born circa 1871 in Bromley, Victoria.
     Mary Banks married Charles MacPherson, son of Peter MacPherson and Ann Murray, in 1889 in Victoria.
     Mary died in 1970 in Williamstown, Victoria. She was buried in Footscray.

Children of Mary Banks and Charles MacPherson

Mary Banks

(4 June 1690 - 19 September 1726)
     Mary Banks was commonly known as Mally. She was born on 4 June 1690 in Sheffield, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Joseph Banks and Mary Hancock.
     Mary Banks and Sir Francis Whichcote obtained a marriage licence on 1 May 1719.
     Mary died on 19 September 1726 in Lincolnshire, aged 36.

Mary Banks

(2 January 1616/17 - before 5 February 1617/18)
     Mary Banks was christened on 2 January 1616/17 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Robert Banks and Anne Craike.
     Mary died before 5 February 1617/18 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. She was buried on 5 February 1617/18 in Giggleswick.

Mary Banks

(11 February 1724/25 - )
     Mary Banks was christened on 11 February 1724/25 in Hooton Roberts, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Rev Joseph Banks and Mary or Margaret Sykes.
     Mary Banks married Unknown Wilson or Wilkinson.
     Mary died in Gargrave, Yorkshire.

Mary Banks

(before 1800 - )
     Mary Banks was born before 1800.
     Mary Banks married Alban Popplewell, son of Joseph Popplewell and Mary Cope, before 1815.

Children of Mary Banks and Alban Popplewell

Matthew Banks

(circa 1623 - after 1640/41)
     Venn, Alumni Cantabrigiensis - Matthew Bankes, Admitted sizar (aged 17) at Peterhouse 30 Mar 1640. Of Yorkshire. Son of William & Alice of Giggleswick. Matric 1640. Brother of RC priest Christopher.

. Matthew Banks was born circa 1623 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. He was the son of William Banks of Huggon House and Alice Banks.
     Matthew died after 1640/41.

Millicent Banks

(before 1690 - after 1745?)
     Millicent Banks was born before 1690 in England. She was the daughter of Rev Robert Banks and Margaret Thornton. Millicent Banks was listed in the household of Rev Robert Banks paying tax in Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire, between 1695 and 1697.
     In Joseph Banks's will dated 27 July 1726, Millicent 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.
     Millicent died after 1745? In Hull, Yks. She was mentioned in Ann Steer's will of 1745. She was a spinster..
     Millicent Banks was mentioned in the will of Ann Banks dated 22 December 1755.

Millicent Banks

(April 1730 - )
     Millicent Banks was born in April 1730 in Hooton Roberts, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Rev Joseph Banks and Mary or Margaret Sykes. Millicent Banks was christened on 4 May 1730 in Hooton Roberts.

Millicent Banks

(28 August 1718 - before 24 August 1719)
     Millicent Banks was christened on 28 August 1718 in Hooton Roberts, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Rev Joseph Banks and Mary or Margaret Sykes.
     Millicent died before 24 August 1719 in Hooton Roberts, Yorkshire. She was buried on 24 August 1719 in St John the Baptist, Hooton Roberts.

Richard Banks

(before 2 March 1656/57 - before 17 December 1668)
     Richard Banks was born before 2 March 1656/57 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. He was the son of Robert Banks and Margaret Frankland.
     Richard died before 17 December 1668 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. He was buried on 17 December 1668 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire.

Robert Banks

(13 April 1683 - )
     Robert Banks was christened on 13 April 1683 in Hooton Roberts, Yorkshire. Robert, son of Robert Banks, rector of Hooton Roberts, baptised Aoril 13, 1683. He was the son of Rev Robert Banks and Margaret Thornton. Robert Banks was listed in the household of Rev Robert Banks paying tax in Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire, between 1695 and 1697.
     Robert Banks married Jane Wharton on 26 January 1709 in Everton, Nottinghamshire.
     Robert Banks married Anne Horsley.
     Deed to lead the uses of a recovery (lease and release) 9-10 Oct 1716: Christopher Dempster of Bawtry, gentleman, and Ann, his wife, Robert Banks of the same, gentleman, and Jane, his wife, and Roger Perkins of Doncaster, apothecary, and Judith, his wife, to John Launder of the Middle Temple, gentleman, (Thomas Lister of Bawtry, esquire, also being a party). Thornhill or Lane End Closes at Bawtry Lane End in Austerfield. So that a recovery may be levied of which the uses are to be that the property is to be to the use of Thomas Lister.
Conveyance (release only) - 12 Nov 1716: Christopher Dempster of Bawtry, gentleman, and Ann, his wife, Robert Banks of the same, gentleman, and Jane, his wife, and Roger Perkins of Doncaster, apothecary, and Judith, his wife, (Ann, Jane and Judith being the 3 daughters and only issue of Michael Warton late of Bawtry, gentleman, deceased, by Jane, his second wife) to Thomas Lister of Bawtry, esquire. Thornhill or Lane End Closes at Bawtry Lane End in Austerfield. For £240.
     Memorial of conveyance to be registered at Wakefield - 3-4 Dec 1716: Roger Perkins of Doncaster, apothecary, to Robert Banks of Bawtry, gentleman. 1/3 part of a messuage in Bawtry in which Jane Warton, widow, lately dwelt, another messuage in Bawtry with its shops and outhouses etc., a messuage and lands in Misson, lands in Misson bought by Michael Warton from Richard St. Paul and land in Misson bought by Michael Warton from John Bingley, all of which were settled by Michael Warton as a jointure on Jane, his late wife, also deceased.
     Memorandum by certain inhabitants of Bawtry - 18 May 1726: That they will pay stated sums of money as tithes to John Fosse, clerk, as long as they are resident in Bawtry and he remains curate. The memorandum is signed by some 48 inhabitants including Thomas Lister, Robert Banks and J. Acklom, and the amount to be paid by each inhabitant is stated. Robert was a lawyer in July 1726, Bawtry, Blyth, Nottinghamshire/Yorkshire. Robert Banks of Bawtry. Attorney at Law; Clerk of the Peace for the county of Nottingham.
     Robert Banks was mentioned in the will of Joseph Banks dated 27 July 1726.

Child of Robert Banks and Jane Wharton

Robert Banks

(18 February 1571/72 - before 10 December 1616)
     Of Bankwell, of Beck Hall jure uxoris.
     There were 2 comtemporary Roberts, one of Giggleswick the other of Rathmell, one marrying in 1595 the other in 1598, and both having children in the early 1600s. There is only one baptism in the parish (1572).
     Signatory [with John Banks] on memorandum dated 20 April 1608 re Giggleswick Foote in parish register.
     Trustee for Giggleswick school in purchase deed 4 Dec 1610, and listed in school accounts with Richard Frankland and John Bankes in 1615.
. Robert Banks was christened on 18 February 1571/72 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. He was the son of Thomas Banks and Margaret Unknown (Banks).
     Robert Banks married Anne Craike, daughter of Robert Craike and Jane Preston, on 22 February 1595/96 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. Robert was an eminent attorney temp Elizabeth & James I, Giggleswick, Yorkshire.
In 1615 Robert Banks purchased property in Beck Hall, Giggleswick, in 1615. In 1615, Robert Banks, described as an attorney of the Court of Common Pleas, bought from Francis Earl of Cumberland and his son Lord Clifford the house (Beck Hall) and sundry closes of land with rights of common; they were already in his occupation.
     Robert died before 10 December 1616 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. He was buried on 10 December 1616 in Giggleswick.

Children of Robert Banks and Anne Craike

Robert Banks

(17 December 1603 - 1655?)
     He was heir to his niece Ann Pepys. Robert Banks was christened on 17 December 1603 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. Robertus fil. Roberti Bankes de Giggleswick. He was described as the second son. He was the son of Robert Banks and Anne Craike.
     Robert Banks married Ann Pudsey, daughter of Stephen Pudsey, circa 1620.
     His elder brother Luke died in 1621 when he became the senior member of his family. He was heir to his neice Anne Pepys. Robert Banks was living on 16 February 1641/42.
     Robert died in 1655?. A Robert Banks was buried 2 Jan 1654/5 at Darrington where his grandson married.

Children of Robert Banks and Ann Pudsey

Robert Banks

(27 March 1630 - 27 September 1711)
     Robert Banks was born on 27 March 1630 in Beck Hall, Giggleswick, Yorkshire. He was the son of Robert Banks and Ann Pudsey.
     He served as a Royalist officer circa 1645. Hunter states that he was a gentleman who had been an officer under Sir John Reresby in the garrison at Bridlington - where a fort had been erected by Charles II for the protection of colliers and others trading to the northward.
     Robert Banks married Margaret Frankland, daughter of John Frankland and Jane Unknown (Browne) (Frankland), circa 1649 in England.
     Robert Banks was mentioned in the 1672 hearth tax list in Giggleswick, Yorkshire, with 6 hearths. Robert Banks had 6 hearths, there were 2 Williams with 4 and 2 hearths, also a John with 1 hearth there.
     Robert Banks lived at Levens, Westmorland. He sold Beck Hall in 1688 for £700. He had then already moved to Levens in Westmorland. Either then or soon afterwards Margaret left him and lived with her brother Richard Frankland at Rathmell. According to Frankland's will (dated 27 Sep 1698) Margaret had eaten at his table for 7 or 8 years, and no payment had been made for her maintenance. In a passage that breathes of justice rather than affection Frankland released his brother-in-law Robert Banks and Margaret his wife for all claims for "tabling" her for such a period. In another passage he discharged his nephew Joseph Banks of Sheffield for all claims for the "tabling" provided he released to him all such goods as had lately belonged to Robert, and had been granted by Robert to Joseph for Margaret's maintenance. This having been done, he bequeathed 20 shillling to Robert, £4 to Margaret, and 5 shillings each to Joseph, his wife, and their two children. Robert's elder son Robert, then of Hull, and his children were to have 10 shillings each. [Banks papers p.x]
     Robert Banks was mentioned in the will of Rev Richard Frankland dated 27 September 1698.
     Robert died on 27 September 1711 in Scofton, Worksop, Nottinghamshire, aged 81.

Children of Robert Banks and Margaret Frankland

Robert Banks

(10 July 1598 - before 28 February 1598/99)
     Robert Banks was christened on 10 July 1598 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. He was the son of John Banks.
     Robert died before 28 February 1598/99 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. He was buried on 28 February 1598/99 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire.

Robert Banks

(22 November 1590 - )
     Robert Banks was christened on 22 November 1590 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. Son of which William?. He was the son of William Banks.

Robert Banks

(before 1575 - before 19 June 1613)
     Robert Banks was also known as Robert Banks (Of Rathmell) in records. He was born before 1575. He was the son of Unknown Banks (of Giggleswick).
     Robert Banks married Sibilla Kaye on 22 May 1598 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. Robert was present at Ann Banks's christening on 1 May 1601 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. Robert was present at Thomas Banks's christening on 1 January 1603/4 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. Robert was present at Margaret Banks's christening on 26 January 1605/6 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire.
     Robert died before 19 June 1613 in Rathmell, Giggleswick, Yorkshire, England. He was buried on 19 June 1613 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire.

Children of Robert Banks and Sibilla Kaye

Robert Banks

(22 September 1616 - )
     Robert Banks was christened on 22 September 1616 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. He was the son of William Banks of Hollinghall.

Robert Banks

(1 July 1620 - before 10 June 1621)
     Robert Banks was christened on 1 July 1620 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. He was the son of Luke Banks.
     Robert died before 10 June 1621 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. He was buried on 10 June 1621 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire.

Robert Banks

(28 October 1624 - )
     Robert Banks was christened on 28 October 1624 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. He was the son of William Banks of Rathmell Green.

Robert Banks

(27 July 1633 - before 28 July 1633)
     Robert Banks was christened on 27 July 1633 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire.
     Robert died before 28 July 1633 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. He was buried on 28 July 1633 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. He was the son of William Banks (of Settle) and Ann Unknown (Banks).

Robert Banks

(8 March 1653/54 - before 11 August 1661)
     Robert Banks was christened on 8 March 1653/54 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. He was the son of James Banks (of Settle) and Grace Unknown (Banks).
     Robert died before 11 August 1661 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. He was buried on 11 August 1661 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire.

Robert Banks

(12 April 1717 - )
     Robert Banks was christened on 12 April 1717 in Hooton Roberts, Yorkshire. He was the son of Rev Joseph Banks and Mary or Margaret Sykes. Robert was a merchant in London. He died without issue.

Robert Banks

(circa 1711 - 14 August 1771)
     Robert Banks married Elizabeth Ward. Robert Banks was born circa 1711. He was the son of Robert Banks and Jane Wharton.
     Robert died on 14 August 1771 in Bawtry. Near this place is interred the body of Robert Banks, Gent. who departed this life the 14th day of August 1771, in the 60th year of his age. Justly regretted, for his abilities and benevolent disposition, by his friends in general; and for his kindness and affection, sincerely lamented by his near relations, to whom he was deservedly dear. Also, Elizabeth Banks his widow, (daughter of Francis Ward, of Wittington, Gent.) who died the 24th day of March 1773 aged 63. She was an affectionate wife, a tender parent, and, through her last long and painfull illness, an example of true fortitude and resignation.

Children of Robert Banks and Elizabeth Ward

Robert Banks

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

Rev Robert Banks

(22 June 1650 - 3 November 1714)
     Rev Robert Banks was born on 22 June 1650 in Beck Hall, Giggleswick, Yorkshire. He was the son of Robert Banks and Margaret Frankland.
     Robert was educated from circa 1665 at Giggleswick Grammar School, Giggleswick, Yorkshire. Robert Banks, son of Robert Banks, Beck Hall, Giggleswick; Christ's College, Cambridge, May 1667; BA 1670; MA 1675. Rector of Thryburgh, near Rotherham, 20 Jun 1671-78; Recctor of Hooton Roberts 9 Aug 1678; Vicar of Conisburgh 12 March 1679-81; Vicar of Holy Trinity Hull 6 May 1689-95. Prebendary fo Southwell 26 Feb 1688-95; of York (Stettingdon) 8 May 1695 till his death 1714. Author of a Sermon on Psalm xxix 136, 20 Sep699, to a Society for the Reformation of Manners.
     Robert matriculated at Christs' College, Cambridge University, on 3 May 1667. Robert Banks was admitted sizar (aged 17) at Christ's 3 May 1667. Son of Robert, of Beck Hall, Giggleswick. Born there. School - Giggleswick. Matric 1667, B.A. 1670/1, M.A. 1675. Robert was a clergyman from 1671. Robert was Rector at Thrybergh, Yorkshire, from 29 June 1671 to 1678.
     Rev Robert Banks married Margaret Thornton, daughter of Robert Thornton and Clara Unknown, on 10 June 1678 in Darrington, Yorkshire. Robert Banks, parson of Huton Robard & Margaret Thornton, married the 10th June 1678. Robert was the Rector at Hooton Roberts, Yorkshire, from 9 August 1678. Robert was the Vicar at Conisburgh, Yorkshire, from 12 March 1679/80 to 1681.
     Rev Robert Banks was named in the militia list taken in 1680 in Hooton Roberts, Yorkshire. Hutton Roberts: the only entry is for Mr Robert Banks who was chargable for one pikeman.
     It would appear that he was privy to the secret burial of the Earl Strafford (beheaded 1641) as he buried "the execellent Lady Elizabeth, the Countess of Strafford" on April 11 1688. She had asked to be buried at night with no marker, and it seems that she joined her husband and daughter in a shallow grave under the flagstones of the church. Their remains were unearthed in 1912.
     Rev Robert Banks lived at Hooton Roberts, Yorkshire, 1688. He was still living at Hooton Roberts as clerk in 1688, when he concurred with the sale of his father's house. Robert was Prebendary at Southwell, Nottinghamshire, from 26 February 1688/89 to 1695. Prebendary of Southwell 26 Feb 1688-95; of York (Stettington) 8 May 1695 till his death 1714. Author of a Sermon on Psalm cxix 136, 20 Sep 1699, to a Society for the Reformation of Manners. Robert was the vicar at Holy Trinity, Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire, from 6 May 1689. On 26 May 1689 William III wrote to the mayor and corporation of Kingston upon Hull acknowledging receipt of an instrument under their seal nominating Banks as Vicar of Holy Trinity, Hull, requesting the royal approval of Bank's election, in accordance with the Act of Chas II separating Trinity Chapel from Hessle and making it a parish church; the request was granted. Banks canvassed at a parliamentary election for Benjamin Isaacs, who was a Jew, and it was said that dame Banks was descended from a Jewish family.      
Rev Robert Banks paid the poll tax between 1695 and 1697 in Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire. 1695 Poll tax: Mr Robert Bankes, Prebend, Mrs Margt Bankes, Robert Bankes, Ann Bankes, Hamond Bankes, Wm Bankes dead, Sarh.? Bankes dead, Eliz. Bankes, Milissant Bankes, Joseph Bankes.
1697: Mr Robt Banks, widd. and 5/6 children
. Robert was Prebend at York, Yorkshire, between 1696 and 1715.
     Rev Robert Banks was mentioned in the will of Rev Richard Frankland dated 27 September 1698.
     Rev Robert Banks married secondly Millicent Rodes on 21 January 1700 in Wath upon Dearne, Yorkshire. She was the widow of Charles Hutton of Poppleton, Yks. She had no issue.
     19 Aug 1707: The fine levied by Joshua Rayner of Gt. Houghton and Mary his wife to Robert Banks of Kingston-upon-Hull, clerk and another of 5 messuages, 4 cottages, 100 acres of land, 40 acres of meadow, 100 acres of pasture, 40 acres of heath in Woodhouse; Beghall or Beal, par. Kellington, and Skelmanthorpe par. High Hoyland. shall be for payment of debts of the said Mary, contracted before her marriage and to raise the portions of her children by her first marriage with William Rodes, deceased.
     Robert died on 3 November 1714 in Hull, Yks, aged 64.

Children of Rev Robert Banks and Margaret Thornton

Samuel Banks

(30 August 1722 - )
     Samuel Banks was born on 30 August 1722 in Hooton Roberts, Yorkshire. He was the son of Rev Joseph Banks and Mary or Margaret Sykes. Samuel was the Governor, in Vigapatam, East Indies.