Baptist Ryther

(5 April 1657 - after 1693?)
     Baptist Ryther was christened on 5 April 1657 in Belton, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Robert Ryther and Margaret Campion. Baptist Ryther was a bondsman when Robert Popplewell and Catherine Ryther applied for a marriage licence on 14 February 1686/87. Robert Popplewell of Belton, co. Lincoln, woollen draper & Baptist Ryther de villa generosus ... decimo quarto die Febi 1686/7 applied for a marriage licence for the said Robert Popplewell and Katherine Ryther of Belton, spinster may lawfully marry at the parish church of Epworth between the hours of eight and twelve o'clock in the forenoon... neither of that parish. Signed Robert Poplewell, Baptist Ryther... Clifford and Sarah Otters her mark.
     Baptist Ryther and Robert Popplewell were mentioned in a deed dated 25 March 1687 in Belton, Lincolnshire. This Indenture made the five and twentieth day of March in the Third year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord James the Second by the Grace of God of England Scotland France and Ireland King, Defender of the Faith etc., Anno Domini 1687
BETWEEN Richard Kynman of Belton in the County of Lincoln, Gentleman, of the first part and Baptist Ryther of Belton aforesaid, Gentleman and Robert Poplewell of the same town and county, Gentleman of the other part
WITNESSETH that the said Richard Kynman in consideration of the sum of five shillings of lawful English money to him paid by the said Baptist Ryther and Robert Poplewell at the said sealling Priof the receipt whereof he doth hereby acknowledge
HATH demised bargained and sold and by this present will demise bargain and sell unto the said Baptist Ryther and Robert Poplewell all that his close of land arable known by the name of West Stoole containing by approximation ten acres (be the same more or less) lying and being at Graton in the parish of Belton aforesaid between the grounds of the said Richard Kynman towards the East, the common town street on the West, the heires of Mr Maltby on the South and the said Richard Kynman and John Moody’s grounds on the North, now or late in the tenure or occupation of the said Richard Kynman, his assign or assigns, with their and every of their Wayes Casm Comons Prefitts and appurtenances
TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the said Close and premises and their and every of their appurtenances unto the said Baptist Ryther and Robert Poplewell, their executors , administrators and assigns from the day of the date hereof unto the full end and term of one whole year from the thence next ensuing and fully be compleat and ended Without yielding or paying anything for the same to *** **** that by virtue of these presents and of the statute made for transferring **** into possession the said Baptist Ryther and Robert Poplewell may be in the actual possession of the premises and be thereby enabled to accept a Grant of Reversion and Inheritance thereof to them and their heirs to the uses and trusts to be thereby declared
In Witness whereof the parties to these presents have interchangeably set their hands and seals the day and year first above written
Richard Kynman
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     Baptist Ryther and Edward Hartopp were mentioned in a civil court action in 1693. Baptist Ryther of Belton vs Hartopp were listed in the Inheritance Disputes Index in 1693.
     Baptist died after 1693? In Ireland.

Catherine Ryther

(6 October 1662 - 9 January 1711/12)
     Catherine Ryther was christened on 6 October 1662 in Belton, Lincolnshire. Katheran Rither filia Robti gent & Margarite, of Westgate. She was the daughter of Robert Ryther and Margaret Campion.
     Catherine Ryther and Robert Popplewell obtained a marriage licence on 14 February 1686/87 in Epworth, Lincolnshire. Robert Popplewell of Belton, co. Lincoln, woollen draper & Baptist Ryther de villa generosus ... decimo quarto die Febi 1686/7 applied for a marriage licence for the said Robert Popplewell and Katherine Ryther of Belton, spinster may lawfully marry at the parish church of Epworth between the hours of eight and twelve o'clock in the forenoon... neither of that parish. Signed Robert Poplewell, Baptist Ryther... Clifford and Sarah Otters her mark.
     Catherine Ryther married Robert Popplewell, son of David Popplewell and Jane Brewer, on 24 February 1686/87 in Epworth, Lincolnshire.
     Abraham de la Pryme stated that in 1689, Popplewell paid to Mr Reading 500 pounds in order to save his wife's bacon, and ye rest of his friends and rioters.
     For no sooner had the Sheriff of Lincolnshire, by virtue of a writ of assistance, given the several parties [to the dispute over the commons] possession of their allotments, and the tenants of the Participants proceeded to plough and sow the same, than, while the corn was yet growing, "a great nuber of men in disguise, women and children, with Popplewell's wife at their head, came and pulled down, demolished, and burnt the fences, and destroyed the corn". About this time ... they assaulted him [Nathaniel Reading] and his sons and servants night and day, shot at him desperately, and killed and destroyed his cattle. Not being satisfied with the perpetration of these violent outrages, that furious woman, Popplewell's wife, again headed a desparate mob, with a torch in her hand, set fire to his crops, and pulled down his house.
     In Robert Ryther's will dated 23 September 1693 in Lincolnshire, Catherine Ryther was named as heir; In the name of God amen I Robert Ryther the elder in the county of Lincoln Esq languishing under a great indisposition of health in body but of sound and perfect memory praised be God for it, yet ... the frailtyes and uncertainty of this natural life, and being and being desirous to settle and dispose of what God almighty has been pleased to lend me here in his world doe declare therefore and make this my last will and testament in manner following First I commend my soule unto the hands of Almighty God trusting through the merits of my saviour Jesus Christ to ... ... Glory and as to my worldly estate and goods which I have I dispose and give as followeth:
Imprimus I give and bequeath to the poor of Belton twenty shilling to be paid unto the hands of Mr Robert Medley of Belton at my funerall and to be by him then distributed at his discretion
Item I give unto Francis Chatts widower twenty shillings to dispose of at the discretion of my executor hereafter named
Item I give unto my son Robert Ryther and my daughter Catherine the wife of Robert Poplewell Esq each of them twelve pounds a piece to be paid within twelve months after my death (being lawfully demanded)
Item I give unto my daughter Rebecah Hartropp a broad piece of gold worth five & twenty shillings & six pence
Item all the rest of my personal estate, plate goods, moneys whatsoever undisposed of I give unto my daughter Susannah Ryther whom I make sole Executrix of this my last will & testament revoking hereby all other wills by me heretofore made
In witness whereof I have hereunder set my hand and seal the three & twentieth day of September in the fift yeare of the reign of the sovereigne Lord and Lady William & Mary King & Queen of England A.D. 1693. Robert Ryther (his mark).

     Catherine was a defendant in a court case in Lent 1694 in Lincoln, Lincolnshire. She was fined. Nathaniel Reading's corn and fences were on one occasion burnt by a mob headed the wife of Robert Popplewell, the solicitor to the Commoners, a gentleman of some figure and distinction, who, like another Alectol, herself carried a fiery brand. She and other rioters were indicted at the Lent Assizes for the county of Lincoln, 1694, but on submission they were allowed escape all punishment on the payment of a small fine.. She and Richard Popplewell and John Ryther (of Scarcroft) were beneficiaries in Robert Ryther's will proved 27 May 1696 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
     On 25 February 1698, after the burning of Reading's house, etc., Robert Popplewell applied to Colonel Whichcott and Colonel Pawnell to intercede with Mr Reading not to press matters to extremities. Mr Reading agreed to refer the business to these gentlemen; who awarded that Popplewell and the other rioters should pay £600, on condition that all legal proceedings against them were stayed.
On 10 September 1701 Catherine Ryther sold property in Westgate, Belton. By deed poll of grant - Parties: Robert Popplewell of Belton, gent and Katarene his wife, to Edward Dutton of Belton, tailor. Messuage situate in Belton Westgate together with a croft adjoining containing 2 acres the ground of Richard Kinman on the north, the heirs of John Good on the south abutting on the ground of George Taylor on the west and the King's highway on the east. Consideration £45. Signed and sealed Robert Popplewell & Katrene Popplewell.
     Catherine Ryther mentioned on 10 September 1701. She was buried on 9 January 1711/12 in Belton. Memorial in Belton church: Hic jacet Catherine, uxor. Rob. Popplewell, armr. filia Robt Ryther, armr quae obiit 9 Jan 1711 an 50, aetatis suae. Ex qua Robt Popplewell natus, et hic Popplewell haeres solus superstes.
     Catherine died on 9 January 1711/12 in Belton, Lincolnshire, aged 49.

Children of Catherine Ryther and Robert Popplewell

Catherine Ryther

(before 1725 - )
     Catherine Ryther was also known as Katherine Rither in records. She was born before 1725 in Yorkshire, England.
     Katherine Rither married John Jackson on 12 January 1741/42 in St Peter's, Leeds, Yorkshire.

Catherine Ryther

(before 1590 - )
     Catherine Ryther was born before 1590 in Surrey. She was the daughter of Richard Ryther and Judith Unknown.

Charles Ryther

     Charles Ryther married Ann Unknown (Ryther) before 1847.

Children of Charles Ryther and Ann Unknown (Ryther)

Christopher Ryther

(before 1605 - )
     Christopher Ryther was buried in Beeston?, Yorkshire.
     Christopher Ryther married Harriett Unknown. Christopher Ryther was born before 1605 in Yorkshire, England.
     Christopher Ryther married Sybil Walker in 1622 in Leeds, Yorkshire.
     Christopher was a chapman in Beeston, Yorkshire.
     Christopher died in 1654 in Beeston or Leeds, Yorkshire.
     Christopher Ryther made a will dated 18 September 1654 in Beeston, Yorkshire, England. His will mentions his now wife Hariett, children John (edest son), dau, married to Christophe Bl..., dau Margaret Hargreave, dau Mary wife of Thomas Scoles>?, daughter Ann wife of Bartholomew ..., sons Christopher, Richard & Thomas, youngest daughters Jane & Sarah.
     His will was proved on 9 November 1654 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, England. Will of Christopher Ryther, Chapman of Beeston, Yorkshire.
     There was a dispute about the will in 1656: Rither vs Walker.
     Christopher Ryther and Christopher Ryther were mentioned in the 1672 hearth tax list in Kirkgait, Leeds, Yorkshire. A Christopher Ryder of Kirkgate Leeds had 1 hearth along with 2 Christopher Ryders of the same address who each had 2 hearths and a John Ryder with 4 hearths.

Children of Christopher Ryther and Sybil Walker

Children of Christopher Ryther

Christopher Ryther

(before 1635 - )
     Christopher died in Leeds, Yorkshire. He was born before 1635 in Yorkshire, England. A Christopher Rider, son of Thomas was bapt at Leeds 14 May 1631 and another on 22 Nov 1632 and also Xpo son of Thomas 9 Feb 1642. [IGI].. He was the son of Christopher Ryther. Christopher was present at Christopher Ryther's christening on 26 March 1654 in Leeds, YKS. Xpo son of Xpo Rider..
     Christopher Ryther married Jennit Brear on 10 July 1654 in St Peter, Leeds, Yorkshire.
     Christopher Ryther and Christopher Ryther were mentioned in the 1672 hearth tax list in Kirkgait, Leeds, Yorkshire. A Christopher Ryder of Kirkgate Leeds had 1 hearth along with 2 Christopher Ryders of the same address who each had 2 hearths and a John Ryder with 4 hearths.

Child of Christopher Ryther

Children of Christopher Ryther and Jennit Brear

Christopher Ryther

(26 March 1654 - )
     Christopher Ryther was christened on 26 March 1654 in Leeds, Yorkshire. Xpo son of Xpo Rider.. He was the son of Christopher Ryther. Christopher Ryther mentioned along with Christopher Ryther and Christopher Ryther in the 1672 hearth tax list Kirkgait, Leeds, Yorkshire.
     Christopher Ryther married an unknown person before 1680.
     Christopher Ryther made a will dated 27 February 1695/96 in York, Yorkshire. This will mentions his trusty friend Edward Ryther of Alderman Berry, London, Robert Crompton ... Thomas Dennison, John Burnet of York; his 3 sisters Elizabeth Burnet, widow, Lydia wife of David ... of Howden, Mary spinster & nephew John Ryther of Nottingham, Notts. No proof of the connection to this baptism. There were 3 Christopher's listed in the hearth tax on Lady Day 1672 at Kirkgate Leeds.
     His will was proved on 6 November 1724 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Child of Christopher Ryther

Christopher Ryther

(14 May 1631 - before 1632)
     Christopher Ryther was also known as Rider in records. He was christened on 14 May 1631 in Leeds, Yorkshire. He was the son of Thomas Ryther and Grace Smith.
     Christopher died before 1632.

Christopher Ryther

(22 November 1632 - )
     Christopher Ryther was also known as Rider in records. He was christened on 22 November 1632 in Leeds, Yorkshire. He was the son of Thomas Ryther and Grace Smith.

Daniel Ryther

(21 June 1656 - )
     Daniel Ryther was christened on 21 June 1656 in Haxey, Lincolnshire. He was the son of John Ryther (of Haxey).
     Daniel Ryther married Elizabeth Meggott on 20 April 1681 in Haxey, Lincolnshire.

Children of Daniel Ryther and Elizabeth Meggott

Daniel Ryther

(26 February 1723/24 - )
     Possibly moved to Misterton?. Daniel Ryther was christened on 26 February 1723/24 in Haxey, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Daniel Ryther (of Haxey) and Ann Unknown (Ryther).

Daniel Ryther (of Haxey)

(18 June 1693 - )
     Daniel Ryther (of Haxey) was also known as Ryder in records. He was christened on 18 June 1693 in Haxey, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Daniel Ryther and Elizabeth Meggott.
     Daniel Ryther (of Haxey) married Ann Unknown (Ryther) before 1716. Daniel was present at Mary Ryther's christening on 10 November 1719 in Haxey, LIN. Daniel was present at Richard Ryder (of Haxey)'s christening on 11 April 1729 in Haxey, LIN.

Children of Daniel Ryther (of Haxey) and Ann Unknown (Ryther)

Daniel Ryther (of Misterton)

(before 1731 - )
     Daniel died in Misterton, Nottinghamshire, England. He was born before 1731 in England.
     Daniel Ryther (of Misterton) married Jane Unknown (Ryther) before 1752. Daniel was present at Ann Ryther's christening on 12 April 1752 in Misterton, NTT, ENG. Daniel was present at Mary Ryther's christening on 12 April 1752 in Misterton, NTT, ENG.
     Daniel Ryther (of Misterton) married Dinah Godfrey on 11 August 1760 in Misterton, NTT, ENG. Daniel was present at Ann Ryther's christening on 8 July 1761 in Misterton, NTT, ENG.

Children of Daniel Ryther (of Misterton) and Jane Unknown (Ryther)

Child of Daniel Ryther (of Misterton) and Dinah Godfrey

daughter Ryther

( - after 1584)
     Daughter Ryther was the daughter of Oliver Ryther and Ann Hungate.
     Daughter Ryther married Francis Marshall.
     Daughter died after 1584 in Yorkshire.

Daughter Ryther

(before 8 October 1551 - before 8 October 1551)
     Daughter died before 8 October 1551 in Epworth, Lincolnshire. She was born before 8 October 1551. She was buried on 8 October 1551 in Epworth, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of John Ryther and Juliana Unknown (Ryther).

David Ryther

(before 1670 - )
     David Ryther was born before 1670 in Lincolnshire, England. David was present at Ann Ryther's christening on 26 May 1689 in Haxey, Lincolnshire.
     David Ryther lived at Haxey, LIN, 1689.

Child of David Ryther

David Ryther

(before 1725 - )
     David Ryther was born before 1725 in Yorkshire, England.
     David Ryther married Mary Harrison on 13 December 1747 in Leeds, Yorkshire.

Davye Ryther

     Davye Ryther was also known as Ryder in records. He was the son of William Ryther and (?) Unknown.

Debora Ryther

(28 October 1650 - )
     Debora Ryther was christened on 28 October 1650 in St Denis, York, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of John Ryther (of York).

Deborah Ryther

(9 April 1654 - before 23 February 1655/56)
     Deborah Ryther was christened on 9 April 1654 in Leeds, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of John Ryther and Isabel Unknown (Ryther).
     Deborah died before 23 February 1655/56 in Leeds, YKS. She was buried on 23 February 1655/56 in Leeds.

Diones Ryther

(5 May 1548 - 8 October 1551)
     Diones Ryther was christened on 5 May 1548 in Epworth, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of John Ryther (of Epworth 2) and Agnes Unknown (Ryther).
     Diones died on 8 October 1551 in Epworth, Lincolnshire, aged 3.

Dorothy Ryther

(23 October 1651 - )
     Dorothy Ryther was christened on 23 October 1651 in Epworth, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of Richard Ryther (of Epworth).

Dorothy Ryther

(before 1638 - )
     Dorothy Ryther was born before 1638 in Lincolnshire, England.
     Dorothy Ryther married John Webster on 22 November 1655 in Epworth, Lincolnshire. Dorothy was present at Frances Webster's christening on 28 August 1670 in Epworth, Lincolnshire.

Children of Dorothy Ryther and John Webster

Dorothy Ryther

(17 February 1617/18 - )
     Dorothy Ryther was also known as Doraty Rider in records. She was christened on 17 February 1617/18 in Leeds, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Thomas Ryther and Grace Smith.

Dudatus Ryther

(22 August 1619 - )
     Dudatus Ryther was christened on 22 August 1619 in Finchampstead, Berkshire. He was the son of William Ryther.

Edith Ryther

(before 1573 - )
     Edith Ryther was born before 1573. She is mentioned in her grandfather's will proved Jan 1577/8, and is the first girl listed.. She was the daughter of James Ryther and Elizabeth Atherton. Edith Ryther and Cicely Atherton, Robert Ryther, John Ryther, Mary Ryther, Cotton Tempest, Hellen or Ellen Ryther and Francis Maude were beneficiaries in William Atherton's will proved 19 January 1577/78.
     In 1597 charges against Sir John Savile and Hugh Hare, were made by Edith Rither and her three sisters. The charges are maintenance, practising to procure a false verdict, riotous entries without authority, &c.
In 1599/0 Edith Ryther sold property in Harewood. Hilary Term:A fine between Robt Chamberlain esq., John Gregory esq. & Henry Atkinson esq. and deforciants Henry Earl of Kent, John Piggott, esq., John Leighfield, Sac Theo, bach., Robert Rither esq., Edith Rither, Mary Rither, Helena Rither, Robert Stapleton kt., Wm Middleton, esq., Henry Bellasses esq., Robert Oglethorpe gent., William Oglethorpe his son & heir apparent, & Ralph Conyston. Re The castle & manor of Harewood & 30 messuages and 30 cottages with lands and the frankpledge in Harwood, Bondgate, Newhall, Stocton, Lofthouse, Hetherick, Gawthorpe als. Gawckthorpe, Stubhouse, Allwoodley, Wike, Brandon, Eastkeswick, Weardley, Dunkeswick, Helthwaite Hill, Weton, Hewby, Newby, Wescohill, Stainburne, Westrighton, Carleton, Swindon, Kirkby Overblowes, and Kereby, and free fishing in the Wharfe. A warrant against James Rither, father [son of] of William Rither, the grandfather of Robert, Edith, Mary & Helena, and against Matthew & William Redman.
He is supposed to have sold Harewood to Sir William Wentworth in 1601 - Sir William Wentworth described 'Mr Robert Ryther, being a young man, greatly indebted for his father and something for himself, resolved to sell Harewood, suing therein the especial consel and confidence of the Countess of Cumberland and Sir Robert Stapleton, both of them persons much experienced and very politique ....'.

Edmund Ryther

     Edmund Ryther was the son of John Ryther (the Cofferer).

Edward Ryther

(14 October 1662 - )
     Edward Ryther was born on 14 October 1662 in Kirkgait, Leeds, Yorkshire. He was the son of Christopher Ryther and Jennit Brear. Edward Ryther was christened on 19 October 1662 in St Peter, Leeds, Yorkshire.

Edward Ryther

(before 1765 - )
     Edward Ryther was born before 1765 in Yorkshire, England.
     Edward Ryther married Martha Potter on 4 February 1784 in St Martin cum Gr, York, Yorkshire, England. Edward was present at Sarah Ryther's christening on 28 November 1784 in Skipworth, Yorkshire, England. Edward was present at Hannah Ryther's christening on 19 October 1788 in Sherburn in Elmet, Yorkshire, England. Edward was present at Martha Ryther's christening on 19 July 1790 in Sherburn in Elmet, Yorkshire.

Children of Edward Ryther and Martha Potter