Robert Ryther

(before September 1599 - before 20 September 1599)
     Robert Ryther was born before September 1599. He was the son of Robert Ryther.
     Robert died before 20 September 1599 in Althorpe, Lincolnshire. Robarte, son of Robte Ryder of Burringham buried 20 September 1599.. He was buried on 20 September 1599 in Althorpe.

Robert Ryther

(4 July 1690 - )
     Robert Ryther was christened on 4 July 1690 in Stillingfleet, Yorkshire. He was the son of Henry Ryther.
He may be the father of a John Ryther, baptised at Nottinghham Independent church, Castle Gate, on 1 Apr 1726.

Robert Ryther

( - 1491)
     Robert died in 1491.
     Robert Ryther made a will dated 29 June 1491. He was buried before 20 September 1491 in Ryther, Yorkshire.
     His will was proved on 20 September 1491. Robert Ryther, Knight. Reference code: Reg 23 (Rotherham); Folio: 349v.

Sir Robert Ryther

(before July 1438 - 30 June 1491)
     Sir Robert Ryther was born before July 1438 in Ryther, Yorkshire. Son & Heir by Eleanor, aged 37 at his father's death. He was the son of Sir William Ryther and Eleanor Fitzwilliam.
8 May 1472 instituted Robert Ryther dec B Rector of Ryther, patron was Wil Ryther mil. [Reg. Geo Neville i 144a, in Surtees Soc. v.45 p.176]. Vacated by death presumably 1487. 28 May 1487 Robert Ryther was patron of church. Lord of Harewood 1476, sheriff 1487. His father's will suggests that there may be two Roberts, kt and rector.
4 Jun 1475: Sir Robert Ryther and Thomas Strangways, to Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Strangways, wife of Thomas Dayvell and to the same Thomas Dayvell All lands, tenements, rents and profits lying in Anston next Laghton in Yorks., which he lately had by gift of the said Thomas Dayvell; to hold to Elizabeth and Thomas and their issue.
     In Sir William Ryther's will dated 20 June 1475 in Ryther, Sir Robert Ryther was named as heir. He was the heir of Sir Robert Ryther at the Inquisition Post Mortem held after 19 July 1475. He was Sheriff of Yorkshire from 1477. Shireve of Yorkshire 2 Henry 8 (1487). High Sheriff of Yorkshire in 1477-8 and 1486-7. He was apppointed Constable of York Castle for life in 1478 by Edward IV as reward for returning his chosen candidate to the 1477 parliament which condemned the Duke or Clarence. He was JP for the West Rdiing from 1481. He rallied to the Tudors, recovering some offices.
Warrant of Robert Ryther, kt, upon Crown writ, authorizing John Leek, Thos. Boswell and others to proclaim at Dalton near Rotherham against assemblies of armed men contrary to statute of Northampton, in consequence of recent attack on dwellings of Adam, Wm & Rob and Laurance Beaumond. Dated 31 October 1478. Robert was made knight banneret by Richard, Duke of Gloucestor in Aug 1482, outside Berwick in August 1482.
Robert Ryther, knight, son and heir of William Ryther, knight. v. Guy Feirfax, knight, justice of the King's Bench, Thomas Normavell, knight, and Robert Ryther, clerk.: Manor of . . . ., and lands in Westercale, Estercale, and . . .: Lincoln.
     Sir Robert Ryther was the subject of an Inquisition Post Mortem held 2 October 2 Henry VII [1486]. Commission of concealments: Robert Ryder. He died, date unknown, seised in fee of the undermentioned moiety. Ralph Ryder, aged 34 years and more, is brother and heir. York: Moiety of the manor of Harewood worth 100 marks, held of the King in chief by knight service. He witnessed a title deed as Rob. Ryther, kt on 1 August 1489.
     Sir Robert Ryther made a will dated 29 June 1491. In the name of God amen The last but one day of June in 1491 I Robert Ryther knight ... I leave my soul to almighty God, to the blessed virgin Mary his mother, and to all saints and my body to be buried in the parish church of All Saints Ryther, next to the burial place (or tomb) of my father. Also I leave as my mortuary my best animal, according to the custom of the country. Also I leave to the high altar of the aforesaid parish church 20s for my forgotten tithes. Also I will that all my debts be paid ... & each of my servants have his wage for one year after my death ...
The residue of all my goods .... to (Richard according to Routh), Ralph Rither my brother, William Fairfax [brother-in-law], John Rither and Robert Hethon, all executors. And I ordain the venerable Father William, Abbot of the monastery of Blessed Mary outside the walls of the City of York, supervisor ... of my testament or last will.

     Robert died on 30 June 1491 in Ryther. He died without issue. His will requested burial at Ryther.
     Sir Robert Ryther was the subject of an Inquisition Post Mortem held in Yorkshire on 3 August 1491. Robert Ryther, knt. Writ wanting; inquisition 3 Aug 6 Hen.VII. He died seized of the under-mentioned moiety of the manor of Harwod in tail male, by the gift of Thomas Thwates, and William Barker, made by way of fine, with the King's licence, to one William Ryther, Knt, and Sibyl his wife, thereof, in tail male, with remainder in default to the right heirs, he being cousin and heir male of the said William and Sibyl, viz., son of William, son of William their son.
He also died seized in tail male of the under-mentioned manor and advowson of Ryther, by virtue of the gift thereof made by John son of Robert Roos, by way of fine and with the King's licence, to one William Ryther and Lucy his wife in tail male, with remainder to the right heirs of the said William, he being cousin and heir male of the said William and Lucy, viz, son of William, son of William, son of William, son of Robert, son of Robert, son of Robert their son.
He died the last day of June last, seized of the under-mentioned manors and lands in fee. Ralph Ryther, esq. aged 40 or more, is his brother and next heir.
York. A moiety in the manor of Harwod, in Harwod, Dunkyswyk and Helthwayt, worth 25l., held of the King in chief, by service of 1/4 of a knight's fee.
Manor and advowson of the parish church of Ryther, in Ryther, Ossendak, and Stokbryge, worth 100 marks, held of the King, as of the duchy of Lancaster, as of the honour of Pontfrett, by service of 1/8 of a knight's fee.
Manor of Skarcroft, worth 10l., held of Henry Wavasour, knt., by the rent of a rose in the time of roses if required.
A moiety of the manor of Kyrkeby Overblowers, worth 4 marks, held of Henry, Earl of Northumberland, as of the manor of Spofford, by fealty, other services unknown.
Three messuages and 40 a. meadow and pasture in Kyrkeby on Wharffe, worth 40s, held of the King, as of the duchy of Lancaster, by fealty only
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     His will was proved on 20 September 1491 at Cawood, Yorkshire.

Sir Robert Ryther

(circa 1480 - )
     Sir Robert Ryther was born circa 1480. He is described as Robertus Ryther, miles, ob. s.p., third son and brother of George Ryther, by George's grandson James in 1591. He was the son of Thomas Ryther and Margaret Appledorefield.

Robert Ryther (of Haxey)

(20 May 1605 - )
     Robert Ryther (of Haxey) was christened on 20 May 1605 in Haxey, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Thomas Ryther.      
Robert Ryther (of Haxey) was listed in the Protestation returns as Robert Rider in March 1641/42 in Haxey, Lincolnshire.

Children of Robert Ryther (of Haxey)

Robert Ryther Lord of Ryther

(between 1343 and 1348 - before 1379)
     Robert Ryther Lord of Ryther was born between 1343 and 1348. He was the son of Robert Ryther and Ann Tunstall.
He was a minor going overseas with the Kings's licence in Oct 1363, when his guardians were appointed his attorneys.
Robert Ryther Lord of Ryther married Margaret Tothby, daughter of Sir William Totheby, circa 1365. In the 14th century, the manor of Towthby had passed in to the Ryther family, which seems to have represented the Touthebys in the female line. Robert was appointed Commissioner in Yorkshire between 1367 and 1370.
     Robert died before 1379. He is not listed in the 1379 poll tax for the West Riding of Yorkshire, but his married son is only an esquire at Ryther.

Child of Robert Ryther Lord of Ryther and Margaret Tothby

Samuel Ryther

(6 November 1642 - before 18 August 1668)
     Samuel Ryther was christened on 6 November 1642 in Leeds, Yorkshire. Samuel, child of Ottiwell Rider, of Quarie Hill. He was the son of Ottiwell Rider Ryther and Ellen/Ellenor Musgrave.
Samuel Ryther married Elizabeth Cooper on 21 June 1665 in St Peter's, Leeds, Yorkshire.
     Samuel died before 18 August 1668 in Northall Bridge, Leeds, Yorkshire. He was buried on 18 August 1668 in Leeds, YKS.

Child of Samuel Ryther and Elizabeth Cooper

Samuel Ryther

(6 August 1657 - )
     Samuel Ryther was born on 6 August 1657 in York, Yorkshire. Samuel & Simon twin sons of Simon Rither by Ann his wife were born the 6th day of the 6 month 1657. He was the son of Simon Ryther and Ann Key/Kay.

Samuel Ryther

( - 1684)
     Samuel died in 1684 in Middlesex, England.
     The administration of his estate was granted on 31 October 1684 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. Sam Ryther of St Giles in the Fields, admon to Sarah, relict.

Sara Ryther

(4 August 1689 - )
     Sara Ryther was christened on 4 August 1689 in Haxey, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of Thomas Ryther and Ann Williamson.

Sarah Ryther

(26 April 1658 - before 1693)
     Sarah Ryther was born on 26 April 1658 in Belton, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of Robert Ryther and Margaret Campion.
     Sarah resided at Misterton, Nottinghamshire, April 1685.
Sarah Ryther married Pasco Robinson on 22 April 1685 in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire. The marriage bond described them as Paschonem Robinson de Owston, generosus and Sarah Ryther de Misterton, Nottingham, spinster. John Lumbe of Gainsborough was the other bondsman.
1691? Memorandum ... R... Ryther & Robert Popplewell diss... of the said ... Sarah the wife of Pascoe Robingson or her children.
     Sarah died before 1693. She is not mentioned in her father's will.

Children of Sarah Ryther and Pasco Robinson

Sarah Ryther

(24 June 1725 - )
     Sarah Ryther was christened on 24 June 1725 in Haxey, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of Thomas Ryther and Ann Unknown (Ryther).

Sarah Ryther

(before 10 December 1804 - )
     Sarah Ryther was also known as Sarah Towell in records. She was born illegitimate before 10 December 1804 in Bardney, Lincolnshire, England. She was christened on 10 December 1804 in Bardney, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of John Towell and Ann Ryther (of Bardney).

Sarah Ryther

(before 1645 - )
     Sarah Ryther was born before 1645 in Yorkshire, England.
Sarah Ryther married John Massey on 18 December 1661 in Hunslett, Leeds, Yorkshire.

Sarah Ryther

( - before 22 April 1677)
     Sarah Ryther was born in Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Francis Ryther and Martha Walker/Walton/Walter.
     Sarah died before 22 April 1677 in Mapgait, Leeds, Yorkshire. She was buried on 22 April 1677 in Leeds, Yorkshire.

Sarah Ryther

(27 March 1750 - )
     Sarah Ryther was christened on 27 March 1750 in Holy Trinity, Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Richard Ryther and Elizabeth Preston.

Sarah Ryther

(28 November 1784 - )
     Sarah Ryther was christened on 28 November 1784 in Skipworth, Yorkshire, England. She was the daughter of Edward Ryther and Martha Potter.

Sarah Ryther

(1 November 1682 - )
     Sarah Ryther was christened on 1 November 1682 in St Peter, Leeds, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Joshua Ryther and Hannah Unknown (Ryther).

Sarah Ryther

     Sarah Ryther was the daughter of Christopher Ryther and Sybil Walker.

Simon Ryther

(before 1630 - before 1665)
     Simon Ryther was born before 1630 in Yorkshire. He is probably the son of John and brother of Frances - witnessing her marriage.
Simon Ryther married Ann Key/Kay on 27 November 1656 in York, Yorkshire. In the June1663 Archbishop's Visitation Books there are several mentions of John Ryther and his wife Frances, and Simon Ryther and his pretended wife Anne.
     Simon died before 1665.

Children of Simon Ryther and Ann Key/Kay

Simon Ryther

(6 August 1657 - 10 August 1657)
     Simon Ryther was born on 6 August 1657 in York, Yorkshire. Samuel & Simon twin sons of Simon Rither by Ann his wife were born the 6th day of the 6 month 1657. He was the son of Simon Ryther and Ann Key/Kay.
     Simon died on 10 August 1657 in York, Yorkshire. Symon, died 10 day, 6th Month, 1657, son of Symon and Ann, York Meeting.

Skynner Ryther

     Skynner Ryther was the son of Edward Ryther (of Surrey) and Winefred Elliott.
Skynner Ryther married Mary Unknown (Ryther) before 1682.

Children of Skynner Ryther and Mary Unknown (Ryther)

Stephen Ryther

(before 1720 - before 8 October 1745)
     Stephen Ryther was born before 1720.
     Stephen died before 8 October 1745 in Leeds, Yorkshire. He was buried on 8 October 1745 in Chapel Allerton, Leeds, Yorkshire.

Children of Stephen Ryther

Susanna Ryther

(5 April 1668 - 29 August 1757)
     Susanna Ryther was christened on 5 April 1668 in Belton in Axholme, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of Robert Ryther and Margaret Campion.
Susanna Ryther married George Lascelles after 1693 in Lincolnshire.
     In Robert Ryther's will dated 23 September 1693 in Lincolnshire, Susanna Ryther was named as executrix of the estate; 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).

     Deborah, Rebecca and Susanna was a defendant in a court case in 1699. Bill and answer re: personal estate of Robert Ryther, Lincoln, Lincolnshire.Plaintiffs: John Ryther and John Ryther.
Defendants: Deborah Ryther, Edward Hartopp and Rebecca [Ryther] Hartopp his wife, Robert Poplewell and Katherine [Ryther] Poplewell his wife, Robert Lassells and Susan Lassells his wife and others.
Robert had planned to settle his estate on his 6th cousin John of Scarcroft, but he was debarred as a Roman Catholic.
     Susanna was buried on 29 August 1757 in Horncastle, Lincolnshire.

Children of Susanna Ryther and George Lascelles

Susanna Ryther

(23 September 1693 - before 28 March 1740)
     Susanna Ryther was christened on 23 September 1693 in Haxey, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of Thomas Ryther and Ann Williamson.
     Susanna died before 28 March 1740 in Haxey. She was buried on 28 March 1740 in St Nicholas, Haxey. Susanna Ryther (which?).

Sybill or Isabel! Ryther

(circa 1380 - )
     Sybill or Isabel! Ryther was born circa 1380. See also Unknown Ryther. She was the daughter of Sir William Ryther and Sibyl de Aldeburgh.
Sybill or Isabel! Ryther married Sir Robert Babthorpe.

Thomas Ryther

(after 1450 - )
     Thomas Ryther was born after 1450. This is assuming he is younger than his brother Ralph. Described as the seventh son and brother of George, by George's grandson James Ryther of Harewood in 1591. He was the son of Sir William Ryther and Eleanor Fitzwilliam.
He was of Lynstead, Kent. The eldest son of Sir William by Eleanor his second wife. Sewer (server, Dugdale) to Edward IV (who reigned 1461-70, 71-83). He was attainted by Parliament 1483 & Richard III as a partyman to Henry Duke of Buckingham. Restored 1485. However he was not mentioned in his father's will in 1475.
Thomas Ryther married Margaret Appledorefield, daughter of William Appledorefield, before 1486?.
Thomas Froggynhall and Jane, his wife, Thomas Rither and Margaret, his wife, John Fyneux and Elizabeth, his wife, Robert Kempte and Anne, his wife, and John Seynenycholas. v. Thomas Walter and William Adeane, feoffees to uses, and Sir William Clerk, priest.: Conspiracy between defendants and Mildred Appultrefeld to utter a forged will of William Appultrefeld, father of the said Jane, Margaret, Anne, and Elizabeth, and of another Elizabeth (sic), mother of the said John Seynenycholas, concerning tenements in Linstead, Doddington, Kingsdown, and Norton.: Kent.
Thomas Ryther, of Lynsted in Kent [Teynham Hundred], esquire. Creditor: Alfred Rawson, citizen and mercer, of London. Amount: £14 6s. 8d. Before whom: John Brown, knight, Mayor of the Staple of Westminster. When taken: 03/03/1495. Writ to: Sheriff of Kent Sent by: Chancery.1499 Sep 12.
Debtor: Thomas Ryther of Lynsted in Kent [near Sittingbourne] [Teynham Hundred]. Creditor: Alured Rawson, citizen and mercer [merchant] of London. Amount: £14 6s. 8d. Before John Brown, knight, Mayor of the Staple of Westminster. When taken: 03/03/1496. First term: 24/06/1496. Last term: 24/06/1496. Writ to: Sheriff of [Kent].Sent by: John Brown, knight, Mayor of the Staple of Westminster. Endorsement: Surr' Kanc' Midd' London' Coram d'no R' in Canc' sua in Cras Ascensionis d'ni p'x futur'. Date: 1496 Nov 24.
Debtor: Thomas Ryther, of Linstead in [Teynham Hundred] Kent, esquire.
Creditor: William Buck, citizen and tailor of London. Amount: £15 16s. 5d.
Before whom: Henry Colet, knight, Mayor of the Staple of Westminster. When taken: 18/11/1499 Writ to: Sheriff of [Kent]. Sent by: Henry Colet, knight, Mayor of the Staple of Westminster. Endorsement: London' Midd' Kent' Coram domino Rege in Cancellaria sua in quindena pasche proximo futura
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A Chancery document mentions: Debtor: Thomas Ryther, of Linstead in [Teynham Hundred] Kent, esquire.
Creditor: William Buck, citizen and tailor of London. Amount: £15 16s. 5d.
Before whom: Henry Colet, knight, Mayor of the Staple of Westminster.
When taken: 18/11/1499, First term: 29/09/1500, Last term: 29/09/1500
Writ to: Sheriff of [Kent]. Sent by: Henry Colet, knight, Mayor of the Staple of Westminster. Endorsement: London' Midd' Kent' Coram domino Rege in Cancellaria sua in quindena pasche proximo futura. Nov 4 1501
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     Thomas died in Lynsted, Kent.

Children of Thomas Ryther and Margaret Appledorefield

Thomas Ryther

(before 1495 - after 1 July 1527)
     Thomas Ryther was born before 1495 in Ryther, Yorkshire. Second but first surviving son by first wife. Described as son and heir in his father's will in 1520. He inherited the title of Lord of Harewood from his brother Robert in 1525? His only child John was aged 2 at his father's death died 12 Oct following. Inq P.M. series ii 46/4, 24. He was the son of Sir Ralph Ryther and Catherine Constable.
     A marriage settlement between Thomas Ryther and Agnes le Scrope was made on 2 April 1510 in Yorkshire.
     In Sir Ralph Ryther's will dated 26 March 1520, Thomas Ryther was named as executor of the estate.
Th. Ferdyng, gentleman of the Chapel Royal. Grant to him and his heirs, for ever, at the service of a red rose, "if it be asked," of a tenement with a garden in Est Grenewich, Kent, bounded by a tenement, the highway to the Thamys and the way leading to the Friars Observants' church. and which was purchased by Henry VII. with intention of giving it to the said friars; "howbeit, they gave answer, and said they had enough;" whereupon it was granted to Robt. Johns, then dwelling in it, and, on his decease, to Th. Rither, gent. usher of the Chamber, who has compounded with Ferdyng. Greenwich, 15 Nov. 12 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 21 Nov.—P.S
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Th. Rither. Livery of lands as s. and h. of Sir Ralph Rither. Greenwich, 20 Nov. 12 Hen. VIII.
     Thomas Ryther made a will dated 1 July 1527 in Ryther, YKS. Will of Thomas Rither of Rither, Esquear. To be buried in the parishe churche of Rither nye unto my fader, with a "tumba" conveniente, as shall be thought by my executours, and my best whike good to be my mortuary. To the parsone for tithes forgotten xl s. I will that the day of my beriall there be Messe and Dirige for my sall in the churche of Rither ...
Where William Percy kt. and other his co-feoffes hereto afore was enfeoffed by Sir Rauf Rither, my fader, decessid, Oct 7, 3rd Henry VIII... to the use and behove of Dame Matilde, late wife unto the said Sir Rauf, for terme of hir lyve of the maners of Kelcottes and Alford, co. Lincoln .. than, to the use of the said Sir Rauf and of his heires forever, whose heire I is .. the said maners to the use of my executours during the tyme they shall have receyved a thowsand marks. ... 4 beademen and one? beadewoman ...
Where I have enfeoffed Henry Lord Scrope kt. ... in my maners of Rither, Ossendike, Kirkby upon Wharf, Scarcroft, Shadwell, and Stockbrig or Stokebrigefeld, co. Yorke...
Where as my fader Sir Rauf Rider, whose sall God pardon, sufferid Henry Lord Scrope and other to recover the maner, etc. of Hornyngton by writ of entre in le post ... to the use of me & Agnes my wife & the heirs of me the said Thomas ...
To Jenet Howden, nurse to John Rither my sone, of x s. ...
To the buyldying of the stepils opon the churche of Rither xx li. To amendyng of hie waies aboute Rither xl s.
To the marriage of poore madyns xl s. ...
To the Priores and Covente of Appilton ... xxvj s. viij d. .. Also I will that my executours shall kepe iiij beademen and on beadewoman with mete, drinke, clothe, mansion, and al other things, as they have ben found in the tymes of my uncle Sir Roberte Rither and Sir Rauf Rither my fader, and in my tyme...
To my sister Elisabeth Rither, fyftye markes to hir mariage.
To my broder, Henry Rither, xlvj li. xiij s. iiij d. over and besides xx li bequest unto hym by my fader. ... my executours shall yeve to the fyndyng and exhibicion of iiij scolars at the Universities, ij at Oxforth, and ij at Cambrig, durying the terme of xx yeres immediately after my deith ... ij of them to study Divinitie and ij of the Lawe.
Also I will that ... unto my heir, at suche time as he shall enter to his landes, by this my will xvj oxen, iiij mares, with wayne and plouthes and thinges therto belonging, vj kye, the crope fo the ground sowen, and the house at Rither, to be kept sufficiently repareld as it is at the hore of my deith. ...
Where Sir Rauf Rither my fader, sufferid Henry Lord Scrope and other to receyve certen lanes in Harwod called Brigfeld, to the use of me .. & Agnes (my) wif & my heirs ... my maners etc. in the counties of Lyncoln & Yorke & in the countie of the citie of Yorke to the use of John Rither my son & to the heires males of his bodie ...
The residue of all my goodes to my broder John Aske esquyer, Wm Babthorpe, John Constable son of Marmaduke Constable, Henry Rither, Thomas Beverleay, and Charles Hedon, whom I do make my executors...

     Thomas died after 1 July 1527 in Ryther, YKS. He was the subject of an Inquisition Post Mortem held in Yorkshire & Lincolnshire on 11 October 1527.
     The administration of his estate was granted on 25 September 1528 at the Prerogative Court of York. Administration was granted to Wm Babthorpe sen. & Charles Hedon executors.
     Thomas Ryther was mentioned in the will of Sir Henry Ryther dated 23 January 1542/43.

Child of Thomas Ryther and Agnes le Scrope

Thomas Ryther

(after 1585 - after 1634)
      Is this the Thomas Ryther/Rider who lived at Haxey? The link is uncertain.
. Thomas Ryther was born after 1585. He was the son of James Ryther and Elizabeth Atherton.
     Thomas died after 1634. He was not mentioned in his grandfather Atherton's will proved 1577/8..