Thomas Rider Ryther

(8 July 1621 - )
     Thomas Rider Ryther was christened on 8 July 1621 in Leeds, Yorkshire. He was the son of Thomas Ryther and Grace Smith.

Thomas Ryder Ryther

(18 January 1583/84 - )
     Thomas Ryder Ryther was christened on 18 January 1583/84 in Epworth, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Richard Ryther (of Epworth) and Ellen Fox.

Child of Thomas Ryder Ryther

Thomas Ryder Ryther

(4 July 1560 - )
     Thomas Ryder Ryther was christened on 4 July 1560 in Epworth, Lincolnshire. He was the son of John Ryther (of Epworth 2) and Agnes Unknown (Ryther).

Unknown Ryther

     Unknown Ryther lived at Heckfield & Mattingley, Hampshire.
     Unknown Ryther married Alice Unknown say 1535.

Child of Unknown Ryther and Alice Unknown

Children of Unknown Ryther

Unknown Ryther

     Unknown Ryther was the daughter of William Ryther.
     Unknown Ryther married (?) Babthorpe.

Unknown Ryther

     Unknown Ryther was the daughter of Christopher Ryther and Sybil Walker.
     Unknown Ryther married Christopher Bi... before 1654.

Unknown Ryther

(19 December 1572 - )
     Unknown Ryther was christened on 19 December 1572 in Heckfield & Mattingley, Hampshire. She was the daughter of John Ryther.

Unknown Ryther (of Everlsey)

Children of Unknown Ryther (of Everlsey)

Unknown daughter Ryther

     Unknown daughter Ryther married John Rookes Esq. Unknown daughter Ryther was the daughter of Sir Ralph Ryther and Maude or Matilda Percy.

Ursula Ryther

(before 19 January 1662 - )
     Ursula Ryther was christened before 19 January 1662 in Finchampstead, Berkshire. She was the daughter of Nicholas Ryther and Mary Unknown.

William Ryther

(circa 1516 - 4 February 1562/63)
     William Ryther was born circa 1516 in Canterbury, Kent. He was aged 28 on his cousins' death - b. c 1515-6 1558 visitation - next heir male to Thomas Ryther of Ryther. He was the son of George Ryther and Unknown Grove.
     William Ryther was not named in the 1539 muster roll for Skyrack Wapentake, Yorkshire. Harwood Castell listed the household of Richard Redman, Esquyer and the workfolkes: 8 archers, abill persons, horsed and harnessed & 7 billmen, abill persons, parcel harnessed. These at all tymez shalbe redy to the Kinge's service, horsed and harnessed at Mr Redman cost.
     William Ryther married Mary Hales, daughter of Sir James Hales K.B. and Mary Hales, circa 1540.
     In Sir Henry Ryther's will dated 23 January 1542/43 in Ryther, William Ryther was named as heir; Henry Ryther of Ryther, squyer. To be buried in the church of Alhallos, of Ryther, nee unto the tombe of Rauf Ryther knyght, my father late decessed. (Many bequests to servants).
To Agnes my wif landes and tenementes in the lordship of Ryther, called Stokebrigge felde, now in the lease to John Elys to the value of xvjli xiij s. iiij d. for her lif, above the landes she has nowe in the name of her jointer, of the gifte and graunt of William Babthorpe, squyer, all of which I will she shall enjoy duringe her lif.
I bequeath to John Ryther of London, squyer and cofferer to our sovereign lorde Prince Edwarde, the reversion of all the lands before bequeathed, and also the residue of my lordship of Ryther to the said John and his heirs, remaynder to the right heirs of Thomas Ryther, also deceased.
Also I give further to the saide John Ryther my manner of Scarcorft and all landes in Scarcroft, Scawcroft hill, Shadwell, and also my half manner called Kirkbie upon Wharf, and all other my landes in Kirkbie and Grymston, also my lordship of Hornyngton in the countie of the citie of Yorke, to him and heirs, remaynder as before. I will the saide John and heres shall kepe fyve beadfolkes in the Bedehouse at Ryther, with meattt and drinke, clothinge, will all other necessaries for ever, according to the will of the saide Thomas Ryther, decessed. Also he to kepe one prest, called Sir Peter Warde, to synge in the saide parishe churche of Ryther for xxv yeres for my soull and for the soull of Sir Rauf Ryther my father, and of dame Mawde my mother, and for the soul of my brother Thomas and for the soull of all other myne ancestors, and for all Christen soules, and the saide Sir Peter Warde to have for his stipende fyve poundes fyve shillings and eight pence yearly.
I give to Agnes my wife the moitie and half of my goodes and chattels
To Agnes my wif, John Ryther squyer, and William Babthorpe, squyer, all the residue of my goodes unbequeathed and to be executors; and the most reverende father in God, Edward, the archbishop of Yorke, supervisor, and for his paynes my horse called Thornton.

     William RYTHER, great-grandson and heir of William Appuldorefeld, v. William HONE, gentleman, son and heir of John Hone, citizen and tallow-chandler of London.: One-third of rent of tenements in St Nicholas Shambles: London. 22 April 1544 - 15 Feb 1547. William was a beneficiary in Sir Henry Ryther's will proved 13 March 1543/44 in the Prerogative Court of York.
     Of Canterbury, Kent. He succeeded his cousin Henry Ryther, at Harewood. Esquire of the Body to Queen Mary.
In 1550 William Ryther sold property in Harewood. Easter Term, 4 Edw VI. Plaintiff: Robert Atherton, deforciants William Ryther esq., Humphrey Browne, kt, and Agnes his wife, and Matthew Redman, esq. re Pasture land and the moiety of the site and castelle of Harwood in Harwood.
In 1553 William Ryther sold property in Dunkeswick, Yorkshire. Easter Term, 7 Edw VI. Plaintiff Ralph Rokeby, sergeant at law, and William Harryson; deforciants William Ryther, esq., John Wharton & George Wharton, re: Messuage with lands in Dunkeswyke, to be held for a term of 30 years after the decease of Ann Brown, now the wife of Humphrey Brown, kt.
In 1556 William Ryther sold property in Harewood, Yorkshire. Mich. 3&4 Philip & Mary: Robert Atherton and William Grymston, gents. plaintiffs and deforciants William Ryther, esq and William Atherton, gent. re a messuage with lands in Harwode and Stockton.
In 1556 William Ryther sold property in Harewood, Yorkshire. Michaelmas Term. Plaintiffs: Robert Atherton & William Grymston, gents. Deforciants William Ryther esq., and Leonard Atherton, gent. re messuage with lands in Harwode and Stockton, to be held to Leonard Atherton for a term of 21 years next following the decease of Ann Brown, wife of Hemphrey Browne, kt. Plaintiff: Richard Kyrkby, deforciants Robert Aske and William Ryther, esqs. re 8 messuages and 10 cottages with lands in Harwood, Kyrkby Oublowes, Stockton, Dunkeswych, Helthwaythyll, and Newby, also the moiety of the manors of Harwood and Kyrkby Oublowes.
In 1558 William Ryther sold property in Kirkby Overblow, Yorkshire. Easter Term. Plaintiff: Thomas Barton esq., deforciant, William Ryther esq. and Francis Palmes, esq. re the moiety of a messuage in Kyrby Oublowes and of lands there.
In 1559 William Ryther sold property in Dunkeswick, Yorkshire. Easter Term. Plaintiffs: Robert Fletcher & George Fyssher; Deforciants: Robert Aske, esq., William Acclom, esq., & William Ryther, esq. Re 2 messuages with lands in Donkesewyke, to the held to William Ryther, for his life, at an annual rent of one red rose, payable to Robert Fletcher and George Fyssher, on the feast of St John the Baptist, and after his decease, to his lawful male issue, at an annual rent of 5 pounds, and failing such issue, to William Acclom, and his heirs.
     William Ryther made a will dated 5 January 1558/59 in Harewood, YKS. His only son James was to be the sole executor & beneficiary.
In 1560 William Ryther sold property in Kirkby Overblow, Yorkshire. Easter Term, 2 Elz. Plaintiff: Henry Atkinson, deforciants: Richard Aldburgh and William Ryther re messuage with lands in Kyrkby Overblowes.
     William died on 4 February 1562/63 in London. He was buried on 6 February 1562/63 in St Margaret, Westminster.
     On 17 June 1563, four months after his father's death, by bill of the Court of Wards, James was licensed to enter upon his estates and he moved to Harwood.
     His will was proved on 11 July 1565 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Child of William Ryther and Mary Hales

William Ryther

(before 1240 - )
     William Ryther was born before 1240. He was the son of William Ryther.
     27 Oct 1252 - At Westminster, a month from S Michael, 36 Henry III, before the same justices. MDXXXVII - Between Geoffrey, Prior of Holy Trinity of York, by Brother Hamo his monk, his attorney, claimant; and William of Rye, by Robert Archer his attorney, tenant; as to 30 acres of land in Rye. And between the same, claimant; and the same William, deforciant: as to estovers claimed by the Prior in William's wood in Rye. The land is the right of the Prior and his church of Holy Trinity of York. The Prior grants it to William: to hold to him and his heirs, of the Prior, his successors and church; paying yearly half a mark, at Martinmas and Whitsuntide. Warranty. Quitclaim by the Prior to William and his heirs of all right to demand estovers in that wood.
     William de Rye, 28 Jan 1252/3, was exempted for life from being put on assizes and made coroner, etc.
     In Feb 1257/8 Wm de Rye, described as familiaris of Edmund de Lacy (who was b. c.1230), had a pardon, extending to Nov 1250, for associating in Edmund's trespasses in the King's forests.
     Sir William Ryther kt. witnessed a charter to St Leonard's hospital, York, 17 June 1260.
     William of Rye 22 April 1268 is mentioned in a case between Theobald the Butiller and the Prior of Albeberi about masses for the soul of Maud daughter of Robert the Vavesur.
     In March 1268/9 Sir Wm de Rye made a presentation to the church of Ryther.

Child of William Ryther

William Ryther

(before 1450 - before 14 October 1476)
     The Babthorpe pedigree in Yorkshire Visitations states Robert Babthorpe married daughter & only heir to Sir William Ryther, Kt, elder brother to Sir Raphe Ryther, Kt. William Ryther was born before 1450 in Ryther, Yorkshire. He was the son of Sir William Ryther and Eleanor Fitzwilliam.
     He witnessed the will of Robert Abyforth/Abirforth, rector of Ryther, as William Ryther, arm with Johanne fratre ejus, 7 Jan 1471/2.
     In Sir William Ryther's will dated 20 June 1475 in Ryther, William Ryther was named as executor of the estate.
     William died before 14 October 1476. He was named as executor of his father's will in 1475..
     His will was proved on 14 October 1476 at the Prerogative Court of York.

Child of William Ryther

William Ryther

(before 1570 - )
     William Ryther lived at Bardney, Lincolnshire, England. He was born before 1570 in Lincolnshire, England. William was present at Elizabeth Ryther's christening on 22 November 1590 in Bardney, LIN, ENG.

Child of William Ryther

William Ryther

(before 1815 - )
     William Ryther married Sarah Unknown (Ryther). William Ryther was born before 1815 in Lincolnshire, England. William was present at Thomas Ryther's christening on 29 October 1834 in Haxey, Lincolnshire.

Child of William Ryther and Sarah Unknown (Ryther)

William Ryther

(10 September 1618 - )
     William Ryther was christened on 10 September 1618 in Bardney, Lincolnshire, England. He was the son of Elizabeth Ryther.

William Ryther

(3 August 1696 - before 21 August 1696)
     William Ryther was also known as Ryder in records. He was christened on 3 August 1696 in Haxey, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Daniel Ryther and Elizabeth Meggott.
     William died before 21 August 1696 in Haxey, Lincolnshire.

William Ryther

(before June 1315 - )
     William Ryther was born before June 1315. He was the son of Robert Ryther and Maud Unknown (Ryther). William Ryther was the heir of Sir William Ryther at the Inquisition Post Mortem held in York, Yorkshire, on 17 June 1327. Writ: Rithre: The manor held of the late King Edward as of the honour of Pontefract, now in the Kings hand by reason of the forfeiture of Thomas late Earl of Lancaster, by service of a moiety of a knights fee, which manor the present King granted to Maud, late the wife of the said Robert, to hold until the full age of the heir, who still holds it.
Scarthecroft: The manor held of John de Rithre, was of the manor of Heselwode by service of a quarter of a knights fee; which manor was committed to the said Maud by a like grant of the King. William his son & heir aged 12 years is his next heir
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     Debtor: Roger la Zouche. Creditor: John de Thoresby, Archbishop of York. Amount: £1000. Before whom: Chancery.28/06/1353. First term: 01/08/1353. Last term: 11/11/1353. Writ to: Sheriff of Lincs. [and Leics.] Sent by: Chancery. Endorsement: Response of Thomas de Fulnetby, sheriff of Lincs. He has delivered to the attorney of the Archbishop of York all the goods and chattels of Roger la Zouche and half his lands in his bailiwick. Note: Inquisition and return: Date given for return to Chancery: 13/10/1353 .... M.6: Extent made before Peter de Nuttley, Sheriff of Yorks., a Scarcroft [Skyrack Wapentake, W.R., Yorks.] 16/01/1354. Roger has at Scarcroft 10 qrs of wheat worth 3s. a qr; 16 qrs of oats worth 18d. a qr; hay worth 1m; he holds the goods and chattels of the manor until William, the son and heir of Robert de Ryther, knight, comes of age. The capital messuage is worth nothing beyond expenses; 100 acres of arable worth 50s. at 6d. a year; 15 acres of meadow worth 22s. 6d. at 18d. an acre; 20 acres of separate pasture worth ½m. at 4d. an acre; assize rents worth 50s. a year. At Hundmanby Roger holds by right of his wife two-parts of a messuage worth 18d. a year, two-parts of a windmill 18s. 4d; five tofts worth 9s. 10d. a year; annual rents worth 2s. 6d., one toft worth 18d. a year; 6½ bovates of land worth 41s; 5 bovates lying uncultivated of which the herbage is worth 2s.10d., worth in all 24s. Rents worth 14s. The chattels, and half the lands worth 67s. 6d., were delivered to John de Fenton, and John de Feriby, the attorneys of the Archbishop..      
William Ryther paid tax in 1378 in Ryther. In the 1378 subsidy roll a William de Ryther appears at the head of the inhabitants of Ryther.
     William Ryther served in the military He or a more likely a son or grandson? William de Rither was Man-at-Arms under Henry de Percy, earl of Northumberland (Commander John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster) in the expedition to Scotland in 1384.
     He may be (but seems too old) the William Ryther mentioned as Debtor: William de Ryther, knight, of Yorks. [held part of a fee in Ryther and Leeds in Barkston Ash Wapentake, W.R., Yorks.].
Creditor: John de Scarle, clerk, prebendary of Ulleskelf [Barkston Ash Wapentake, W.R., Yorks.].
Amount: £80.
Before whom: Adam Carlisle, Mayor of the Staple of Westminster.
When taken: 28/03/1395
Writ to: Sheriff of [Yorks.] Sent by: William Brampton, Mayor of the Staple of Westminster. Endorsement: Ebor' Coram d'no Rege in Cancellar' sua. In xv Pasche.
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William Ryther

(say 1159 - after 1180)
     William Ryther was born say 1159. He was the son of Hamelin Ryther.
     William Ryther and William Ryther were mentioned in a deed dated between 1170 and 1190.
     William died after 1180. He was living in 1180, when there is a reference to William de Ria jr. He was evidently succeeded by the latter (his brother & heir) who as William de Riha, in 1192 or 1194 gave to Nun Appleton priory a yearly rent of 5 marks for the church of Ryther and who with John Gilbert & Hugh his sons witnessed a local charter.

William Ryther

(circa 1157 - before 1212)
     William Ryther was born circa 1157. His relationship to Hamelin de Rie, who held a knight's fee of Henry de Lascy in 1166 has not been ascertained. William, son of Hamelin succeeded. He attested a charter of Basilla de Day with his sons John, Gilbert and Hugh. He had a younger brother, also named William, who was amerced in 1180, and possibly another brother, named Jordan, who was enfeoffed of land in Bradley by Adam de Cridling. He was the son of Hamelin Ryther.
     William Ryther and William Ryther were mentioned in a deed dated between 1170 and 1190.
     William Ryther and Gilbert Ryther were mentioned in a deed dated between 1192 and 1194. William de Riha (brother & heir of William) in 1192 or 1194 gave to Nun Appleton priory a yearly rent of 5 marks for the church of Ryther; and witnessed by John, Gilbert & Hugh, sons of William de Riha, evidently the grantor's sons. The first witness Ralph, archdeacon of Hereford, occurs as a justice of Yorkshire in 1192 and 1194. Early in the reign of Richard I, a controversy about the church of Ryther had ended by a release by the prioress of Nun Appleton of all claim to the advowson, receiving a yearly rent of 5 marks from William de Ryther. The controversy had probably arisen on the succession of William de Ryther the younger, and the charter quoted in the text presumably confirmed the arrangement then made.
     William Ryther and Gilbert Ryther were mentioned in a deed dated 1200. At Michaelmas 1200 Wm de Ria owed 10 marks for having an inquisition in regard to an appeal made by Gilbert son of William de Ria against Adam de St Quintin for the death of Hugh his (Gilbert's) brother.
     William de Rither also gave to the nuns the church of Ryther, the gift being confirmed by Henry II, and again by John on 12 March 1206. In the time of King Edward 3 manors in Ryther ("Rie"), rated at 2 carucates, were held by Archil, Gamel and Roschil. Later 1 manor in Neuhuse, containing 2 carucates of the land of Chetel and his brothers, were declared to be within the bounds of Ilbert de Lascy. At the survey Hugh held the 3 manors in "Rie" of Ilbert de Lascy; but no further mention is found of him. Walter de Rithre attested n.541 during the period 1144-1150.
William de Rither was succeeded by John his son, who died before 1212, when William de Rither, possibly son of John, granted to Lecia, relict of John de Ryther, 15 markes for her release of dower in the town of Ryther ("Rie"), which she claimed by the endowment of her late husband.
William de Rither was amerced in 1206 for a disseisin and in 1211 he owed 10 marks to be released from prison
Possibly it was the same William de "Rye" who held 1 fee in 1241 which was assigned to the dower of dame Margaret de Lascy. This knight's fee comprised at least 4 carucates in Ryther and 2 carucates in Lead. There are further references to this family in the charters relating to Bradley No.1646, Grant by William de Rither to the nuns of Appleton of 5 marks to be paid yearly in the church of Ryther 1175-1189; from original in St Mary's Tower, York....
     William died before 1212.
     William Ryther and Gilbert Ryther were mentioned in a deed dated 1 July 1212. In Easter term 1212 William put in his place Gilbert de Rie, described as his son & heir, in a plea of dower brought against him by Lecia widow of John de Ria (showing him to have died in his father's lifetime).
Speight states: A third part of the the manor of Ryther was claimed in dower by Lecia, late wife of John de Rie or Ryther, and this lady on her husband's decease had to prove her just dues against the heirs or successors of her husband by entering a writ in the form of a fine at the King's Court at York before the justices in Eyre on 1 July 1212, whereby she yielded all her rights to a third part of the manor of Rie, with apperturnances to William de Rie (no relationship given) on payment to her by the said William of 15 marks of silver. The said William is represented in this suit by Gilbert de Rie, no doubt the one mentioned in the grant of land at Ryther to the canons of Bolton....

Children of William Ryther

William Ryther

(before 1212 - )
     William Ryther was born before 1212. He was the son of Gilbert Ryther.
     In 1235 a certain Ellis son of John quitclaimed to William son of Gilbert the manor and advowson of Rye [Ryther].
     He was probably the William de Rye who held a knights fee in Yorks of the Lacy honour in January 1240/1.
     In 1250 Sir William Rithre is one of the witnesses to the confirmation by Roger Paytefin to the poor of the Hospital of St Peter at York, of all the donations which they have of the gift of his ancestors in the towns and territories of Saxton and Woddehus, together with the right of patronage of the church of Saxton.
     Gilbert's son William made grants in Ryther to Bolton priory 1278-9.

Child of William Ryther

William Ryther

(circa 1280 - before 1309)
     William Ryther was born circa 1280. He was the son of Sir William Ryther and Lucy de Ros.
     He is mentioned in deeds relating to Hornington from 1287-1303; his son William is also mentioned there 18 March 1301/2; by 1317 the lands are mentioned in the name of Sir Robert Ryther.
     William Ryther and Sir William Ryther were mentioned in a deed dated between 18 March 1301 and 1302 in Hornington, Yorkshire. Regarding the manor of. William Ryther bore arms: differenced from Sir William's by a label (5) denoting a fifth son. (F) Arden and St George Rolls.
     William died before 1309.

William Ryther

(before 1665 - circa 1692)
     William Ryther was born before 1665 in Lincolnshire, England. Parentage is only assumed, he is not mentioned in the usual references, so possibly a Rider or a ring-in.. He was the son of Robert Ryther and Margaret Campion.
     William Ryther married Frances Strett on 29 November 1684 in Belton, Lincolnshire. They were both of Crowle.
     William died circa 1692 in Upton, Lincolnshire. He was described as of Upton when his estate was administered, but their is no evidence for the link. A William Rider was having children baptised there in the 1690s.

William Ryther

(4 March 1687/88 - )
     William Ryther was christened on 4 March 1687/88 in Haxey, Lincolnshire. He was the son of John Ryther (of Haxey) and Mary Moody.

William Ryther

( - temp. Henry III)
     William died temp. Henry III. He was born in England.

William Ryther

(21 August 1857 - )
     William Ryther was christened on 21 August 1857 in Crofton, Yorkshire, England. He was the son of Thomas Ryther and Hannah Unknown (Ryther).

William Ryther

(before 1740 - )
     William Ryther was also known as William Rither in records.
     William Ryther married Sarah Guisley on 15 March 1737/38 in Knaresborough, Yorkshire.
     William Ryther married Mary Wade on 25 July 1739 in Knaresborough, YKS. William Ryther was born before 1740 in Yorkshire, England.

Child of William Ryther and Mary Wade

William Ryther

(29 June 1743 - )
     William Ryther was christened on 29 June 1743 in Holy Trinity, Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire. He was the son of Richard Ryther (of Hull) and Elizabeth Preston.

William Ryther

(before 1570 - before December 1646)
     William Ryther was born before 1570. He was the son of Unknown Ryther.
     William Ryther married Margaret Moggenwood on 13 July 1589 in Heckfield & Mattingley, Hampshire.
     William died before December 1646. He may be the Williiam Rither of Heckfield whose will was proved in 1615 (Hants Record Office); or the William Ryther of Swallowfield, Berks, whose will was proved in 1612.

Children of William Ryther and Margaret Moggenwood

Children of William Ryther

William Ryther

(13 May 1598 - )
     William Ryther was christened on 13 May 1598 in Heckfield & Mattingley, Hampshire. He was the son of William Ryther and Margaret Moggenwood.
     William Ryther and Nicholas Ryther, Richard Ryther, Margaret Ryther and Elizabeth Ryther were beneficiaries in Margaret Moggenwood's will dated 10 December 1646 in Finchampstead, Berkshire.

Children of William Ryther