The early settlement is recorded as "Musegrave" in circa 1215, and as "Magna" and "Parva Musegrave" (Great and Little) in the "Records of Pleas" of 1292. ", "History of Richmond" by Clarkson. Geni requires JavaScript! Musgraves son Richard would later introduce a bill to deprive the Cliffords of their hereditary shrievalty of Westmorland, but he himself was able to reconcile his loyalties, to the crown and to the Cliffords.5, Unfortunately for Musgrave, Lord Dacre was acquitted, and the next surviving letter to Cromwell was a recital of his troubles, especially monetary ones. Musgrave was the son of Sir Philip Musgrave, 2nd Baronet of Edenhall and his wife Julia Hutton daughter of Sir Richard Hutton of Goldsborough, Yorkshire. Musgraves daughter Eleanor married Robert Bowes of Aske, Yorkshire. III.[5]. In James Ralph's 1729 collection of poetry called Miscellaneous Poems by Several Hands, the Luck is described as a protective object in a poem that details a drinking match organised by the Duke of Wharton at Eden Hall. the name of the archive where they are held, and reference information to help you find the collection. John Musgrave; Joane Martindale and Margaret Heron Died 24 Jul 1806 aged 49 at Tunbridge Wells, Kent. The name, 'Luck of Edenhall', reflects the vessel's later history. [5], The original Eden Hall was extended in the 1700s from materials salvaged from the demolition of Hartley Castle, the ancestral home of the Musgrave family. He married Alicia de Holbec c.1195 Adam de Musgrave was the third son of Adam, Lord of Musgrave, and wife Alicia de Holebec. During MP for Petersfield (1820-25) and Carlisle (1825-27). This last appointment provoked fresh trouble with the Dacres, as the office was one which William, 3rd Lord Dacre had wanted for himself, and during the next three years disputes became endemic. 1st Baronet (1611-1615), Sir Richard MUSGRAVE. Christopher Musgrave married Elizabeth Francklyn in 1671. Edenhall Church, dedicated to St Cuthbert sits handsomely within the Estate parklands. III; Sir Richard de Musgrave, chivaler, son and heir; Sir Robert de Musgrave, knt., lord of Musgrave, son and heir; The Steel Bonnets: The Story of the Anglo-Scottish Border Reivers by George MacDonald Fraser. ; Thomas Musgrave; Rev. Please help this article by looking for better, more reliable sources. Born about 1463 - Edenhall Manor, Penrith, Cumberland, England; Deceased about 1531 - Chipchase, Northumberland, England,aged about 68 years old 3 sons and 3 daughters, but the two older sons predeceased him. Norfolk, he knew, does not favour me for the Lord Dacres matter and had desired me to marry my son to the Lord Dacres daughter, for if I did not it would ruin me. Born 31 Aug 1838 at Edenhall. and which Musgrave may also have attended.7, Musgrave could certainly have done with the financial protection which Membership afforded. Virginia had the highest population of Musgrave families in 1840 . [1] Musgrave died at Eden Hall at the age of 70. A fine was levied, 9 John, touching the division of the manor of Carevile, co. Cumberland, by which it was settled that he and Matilda his wife should have that half of the lands of the said manor towards the north, to hold to them and the heirs of said Matilda; and that the half of the lands of the said manor towards the south, should belong to William the son of Ivette, sister of the said Matilda, to hold to him and his heirs. Parents: Thomas de Musgrave, son and heir of Sir Richard, married Joan, the other daughter and co-heir of Sir William Stapleton, by Margaret his wife; and with her he had Eden-Hall. 1527-8; sheriff 1532-3, 1541-2; knight of the body by 1529; marshal, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumb. of Sir William Musgrave of Hartley and Edenhall by 1st w. Elizabeth, da. and grave, keeper. All rights reserved. The case features the monogram IHS, an abbreviation of the Latin phrase 'Iesus Hominum Salvator' (Jesus, Saviour of Mankind), and it is possible that this religious symbol was intended as a protective charm. Then in 1534 Musgrave struck at the Dacre power in the west marches. His election in 1529, while still a young man, as knight of the shire for Westmorland must be ascribed to the patronage of Henry Clifford, 1st Earl of Cumberland; the earl was hereditary sheriff of that county and Musgraves fellow-knight, Blenkinsop, was one of his servants. Norfolk repeated his criticism a month later when there was further trouble at Bewcastle, this time with both Musgrave and his deputy absent in London: the dukes comment that Wharton was one whom the Musgraves love not is a surprising one unless it refers to Sir Edward Musgraves quarrel with the Whartons. whether Clifford, Dacre or Percy. CUMB. It was rebuilt in 1821 employing the architect Sir Robert Smirke and rebuilt again in white stone in an Italianate style in the late 1860s. Richard Musgrave, m. Joane Clifford, daughter of Thomas, Lord Clifford. over the centuries they had established a large family house named Eden Succeeded by his younger brother George. Father of Eleanor Bowes and Thomas Musgrave VII. [2] The name Edenhall originates from Eden Hall house, the seat of the Musgrave family of Hartley Castle, Cumberland many of whom were members of the House of Commons. MP for Westmorland 1661 until his death in 1677. Family of Shillington Manor One son, Peter, in a suit with Nicholas de Musgrave and Isabella, his wife, by Walter de Morton for trespass at Morton, 53 Hen. 1654), pamphleteer, was youngest son of John Musgrave, by Isabel, daughter of Thomas Musgrave of Hayton, Cumberland, and grandson of Sir Simon Musgrave, bart., of Edenhall in the same county. 4th Baronet (1687-1704), Sir Christopher MUSGRAVE. The original Eden Hall was extended in the 1700s from materials salvaged from the demolition of Hartley Castle, the ancestral home of the Musgrave family. He was born c.1200 in Great Musgrave, Westmorland County, England and died c.1247.Links to additional mateial:*. Married Juliana HUTTON in 1625. Sir William Musgrave, Richards father, had challenged the Dacres, with the approval of the crown. Christopher Musgrave husband of Elizabeth Franklyn, They had 11 Throughout the centuries, surnames in every country have continued to "develop" often leading to astonishing variants of the original spelling. Every purchase supports the V&A. Graham. Click on PDF logo for Musgrave Family Tree, back over one thousand years to the time of the I. The Musgraves were elevated to the nobility when Richard Musgrave was created a Baronet in 1611 for services to the crown. He served as sheriff of Westmorland for a time, see 36 Hen. MP for Carlisle (1713-15) and Cumberland (1722-27). Still intact after over 600 years and a journey that took it from the Middle East to the north of England, the Luck of Edenhall is far more than just a compellingly old, and incredibly pristine, drinking glass. Flowers are a quintessential addition to any funeral service, and can add a sense of peace and tranquility to any setting. Died 21 May 1926 aged 53 in London. The addition of the porch and vestry in 1834 are attributed to architect George Webster. Death of Sir Richard Musgrave of Edenhall at Edenhal Parents: Thomas de Musgrave, son and heir of Sir Richard, married Joan, the other daughter and co-heir of Sir William Stapleton, by Margaret his wife; and with her he had Eden-Hall. b. by 1506, 1st s. of Sir Edward Musgrave of Hartley and Edenhall by Jane, da. Personal enmity apart, Musgrave was undoubtedly encouraged to attack the Dacres by his relationship with the court and government and by his alliance, through his Curwen marriage, with that group of border gentry, led by (Sir) Thomas Wharton I, who were challenging the dominance of the magnates, whether Clifford, Dacre or Percy. III; was lord of Crossby Gerard and Soulby in right of his mother, and lord of, This page was last edited on 27 March 2023, at 20:12. of Thomas, 3rd Lord Burgh. of Rev. He had at least 3 sons. Get the support you need through our website 24/7. Hen. 18 Dec. 1529; j.p. Cumb. greatly to the displeasure of his family, and was made a captain in their army. Learn how and when to remove these template messages, Learn how and when to remove this template message,,,, Articles lacking reliable references from November 2020, Wikipedia articles needing reorganization from March 2020, Articles with multiple maintenance issues, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License 3.0. lord of Musgrave, etc., as heir to his uncle Thomas de Musgrave; was one of the commanders of the vanguard of the English army at the. Died 27 Dec 1687 aged 59. Early examples of the surname include Roger de Mussegrave (1277, London); Thomas de Musgraue (1362, Yorkshire), and John Mosgrove, listed in the University of Oxford's Register for 1581. Thomas de Musgrave bought Hartley Castle from Ralph de Neville in the 1300s. Unmarried. "Parish of Edenhall.". 2 sons. Born 25 Dec 1688 in London (son of Philip MUSGRAVE & Mary LEGGE). He was surety for Hugh Paynel in a plea of land, see 27 Hen. m. . One daughter (died unmarried) and one son Philip, who succeeded him. This article's use of bullet points for the biographies of later Musgraves, rather than standard sentence/paragraph structure. Edenhall has a church called St Cuthbert's Church. Died Jan 1735/6 aged 47 at Penwortham, Lancashire. MP for Westmorland 1640-42, resigned and fought for the Royalist cause in the Civil War, for which he was rewarded after the Restoration with a patent of peerage (which he never took up), a grant for 31 years of the passing tolls on cattle going through Cumberland (very lucrative), and the appointment of Governor of Carlisle Castle. It was rebuilt in 1821 employing the architect Sir Robert Smirke and rebuilt again in white stone in an Italianate style in the late 1860s. Succeeded by his only surviving son Nigel Courtenay. One daughter Mary, who married John DAVISON of Blakestone , Co. Durham. In the course of the Parliament the two were to forge their own alliance, Blenkinsops son marrying Musgraves sister. Aaron Musgrave and Elizabeth Walter, according to the records of the Co Adam de Musgrave was the son of Robert, Lord of Musgrave. Language links are at the top of the page across from the title. by Aug. 1552.1, Richard Musgraves wardship and marriage were granted to the 1st Baron Wharton on 12 June 1546, little more than a fortnight before he received livery of his lands, and at about the same time he married Whartons daughter. They were elevated to nobility in 1611 when Richard Musgrave (1582-1615)2 bought the title Baronet to affirm his loyalty to King James I.3 Lovecraft seems to Musgrave purchased from the crown the rectories of Kirkby Stephen and Warcop, both in Westmorland, in June 1549 for 1,441, but later sold that of Kirkby Stephen to Baron Wharton, reserving to himself certain tithes. Although Musgrave should have had little to fear from his own reception, he was so pensive on his return to his London house in St. Botolphs without Aldersgate that his wife feared he had fallen in displeasure. The Luck of Edenhall was thought to play this role for the Musgrave family of Edenhall. [1] Musgrave married Julia Hutton, daughter of Sir Richard Hutton of Goldsborough Hall, Yorkshire. "The Family of Musgrave of Harcla, Westmorland. Born 15 Jan 1757 at Edenhall. 1da. That Musgrave had acted with the approval, if not indeed at the behest, of the government is shown both by the make-up of the commission which considered the charges and by his own letter of 12 June to Cromwell. His widow received a grant of Thomass wardship on 1 May 1556 but the boy died in 1565. [5], Living in the time of Henry II. "Population Statistics Edenhall CP/AP through time", "Relationships and changes Edenhall CP/AP through time", "Details from listed building database (1084351)", "The Luck of Edenhall in the Victoria and Albert Museum",, Short description is different from Wikidata, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License 3.0, This page was last edited on 29 August 2021, at 16:24. While it is not the grandest example in our collection of glass from the 13th and 14th centuries, it is certainly the piece with the most intriguing story. Let us be a source of comfort whenever you need us. was aged upwards of forty years at the death of his mother, 28 Edw. In 1840 there were 14 Musgrave families living in Virginia. It was their son George born 1730 in Rochester Kent who married in 1765 Explore Musgrave genealogy and family history in the World's Largest Family Tree. 15th Baronet (since 1970), Sir Christopher Patrick Charles MUSGRAVE, Musgrave Manor website (no longer exists), The Memorial Inscriptions of Edenhall etc. They were Quakers. Geneanet. From the Middle East, where it was made, the Luck of Edenhall made a 3,000-mile journey to the north of England. The 23 May 1542.1, Under sheriff, Cumb. In fact, fine, enamelled glass from the Middle East was a sought-after luxury commodity, traded into Europe by Venetian merchants. Married Julia CHARDIN on 21 Jun 1711. Sarah Rosewell wife of George Musgrave. 13th Baronet (1926-1957), Sir Nigel Courtenay MUSGRAVE. Died 11 July 1827 aged 33 at Edenhall. The summary includes a brief description of the collection(s) (usually including the covering dates of the collection), Succeeded by his son John Chardin. The first recorded spelling of the family name is shown to be that of Alan de Musegrave, which was dated 1228, in the "Curia Rolls of Northumberland", during the reign of King Henry 111, known as "The Frenchman", 1216 - 1272. The need for the IHS charm on the cover was therefore all the greater. Born 1585 at Kirkby Stephen. Please enable JavaScript in your browser's settings to use this part of Geni. Married Frances WHARTON in 1602. "Hexamshire: Part II." A History of Northumberland, IV, pp. Musgrave married Margaret Kennedy at Shillington 19th August 1790. "The Border Manors" by T.H.B. Alice Radcliffe* Born: ABT 1463, Derwentwater, Cumberlandshire, England* Died: BEF 1496, Edenhall Manor, Edenhall, Cumberland, England* Father: Thomas RADCLIFFE of Derwentwater (Sir)* Mother . MP for more than 40 years (Carlisle 1661-90, Westmorland 1690-95, Appleby 1695-98, University of Oxford 1698-1701, Totnes 1701-02, Westmorland 1702-04). 695 RICHARD MUSGRAVE, esq. [1], The Coat of Arms granted to Sir Thomas Musgrave in the reign of Edward III (1327 - 1377) depicts six gold annulets, three, two and one, on a blue shield. This information will help us make improvements to the website. Married Olive Louise Avril CRINGLE in 1948. [4] On 1 April 1934 the civil parish was merged into Langwathby. He was offered a peerage as Baron Musgrave, of Hartley Castle in the County of Westmorland, but did not take up the patent. It belonged to the Musgrave family who lived in Eden Hall Mansion. The present baronet is Sir Philip Musgrave, as yet under age; Eden-hall is in the possession of his mother Lady Musgrave, relict of the late Sir John Chardin Musgrave, Bart. When Sir William Musgrave was born about 1497, in Edenhall, Cumbria, England, United Kingdom, his father, Sir Edward Musgrave, was 37 and his mother, Joan Ward, was 31. Arriving in Cumberland at some unknown date, the beaker came into the possession of the Musgrave family, who lived at Eden Hall, a house a few miles from Penrith. His son Philip married "XV. Succeeded by his only surviving son Nigel Courtenay. Husband of Anne Musgrave 2nd Baronet (1615-1677), Sir Philip MUSGRAVE. We know this because it has its own finely decorated leather case, probably made less than a century after the glass, in France or England. The Musgrave 11th Baronet (1872-1881), Sir Richard Courtenay MUSGRAVE. He was succeeded in the baronetcy by his son Richard. The superstition surrounding the Luck of Edenhall was clearly known by many more people than just the family circle by the first quarter of the 18th century. He only had 1 child who was also named George and was born in 1769 It was then rebuilt in 1821 by the architect Sir Robert Smirke, the same architect of The Royal Opera House and The British Museum. Looking out over the lake and deer park to the west and to the east the pennine fells. Eden Hall 2. on the same date. The magazine piece from 1791 appears to have inspired other romanticised versions of the Luck's story. Eden Hall Mansion was demolished in 1934. George Musgrave married Sarah Rosell in 1725. In 1958 the precious beaker was acquired for the collection. m. (1) by 1524, Elizabeth, da. Married Margaret HARRISON. Discover more objects from our Middle East and Glass collections. When Lady Joan Anne Musgrave de Clavering of Edenhall and Alston de Stapleton was born in 1446, in Stamfordham, Northumberland, England, United Kingdom, her father, Sir Thomas Musgrave, was 21 and her mother, Isabella, was 20. to whom his personal estate of 25,000 passed, but she died in 1844.19 The baronetcy and Edenhall, which Musgrave had 'entirely rebuilt', and other entailed family properties in Cumberland, . Born June 1628 at Edenhall. Husband of Lady Joan Clifford and coheir of Adam de Carevile, lord of Carevile, co. Cumberland. Succeeded by his grandson Christopher, only son of his eldest son Philip (1660-1689). He himself . Richard Musgrave, m. Joane Clifford, daughter of Thomas, Lord Clifford. Norman Conquest.The Musgrove Family are related to the Musgrave's by Uhland's poem was translated by the American poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow: And through the rift, the wild flames start; Slain by the sword lies the youthful Lord. at Shillington Bedfordshire. Family and Education. The placename is derived from the Olde English pre 7th Century elements "mus", mouse, or the Old Norse byname "Musi", with "graf", grove, thus "grove frequented by mice", or "Musi's grove". the next 12 years they had 5 children and their individual stories are She married John Heron III about 1516, in Bitchfield, Northumberland, England, United Kingdom. Family and Education. 4, 1879, 178-249. He accused Lord Dacre and Sir Christopher Dacre of conspiring with the Scots both against the realm and against himself: Lord Dacre, he claimed, had sought traitorously to deceive the King, and machinated to the extent that Sir Will Musgrave, constable of Bow Castle, or Both Castle, and all his tenants might be slain by the Scots, and their house and chattels destroyed. Succeeded by his son Richard George. He entailed the manor of Musgrave upon his heir male, Edward I. Born 21 May 1607 at Edenhall. Sir Thomas Musgrave, who died in 1469 or 1470, married the elder daughter and coheir of Stapleton of Edenhall. He was born the son of Philip Musgrave and the grandson of Sir Christopher Musgrave, 4th Baronet. According to Plantagenet Harrison, the earliest record of him is "Gamel, Lord of Musgrave, of the county of Westmorland and divers manors in county Cumberland, living in the time of King Edward the Confessor (1042-1065)". It was long thought that the beaker was brought back by a knight returning from the Crusades religious wars fought in the Eastern Mediterranean in the medieval period. Thomas Musgrave Musgrave. The sandstone font is Norman and the windows in the south nave contain some marvellous heraldic glass showing the Musgrave, Stapleton, Veteripont and Hilton arms and the east window contains 11th century glass. After Sir Richards death, the baronetcy passed to his younger brother Christopher. Please enable JavaScript in your browser's settings to use this part of Geni. The common superstition about all these special objects was that if they were broken, lost or sold, the 'luck' of their rich and fortunate owners would suddenly run out. ", C.W.A.A.S., Tr. b. c.1631, 3rd but 2nd surv. Yet alongside any such personal shortcoming must be set his lifelong wait for his inheritance from a father whom he came to oppose even while remaining dependent on him: if like Wharton he had both come early into his patrimony and been liberally endowed by his noble patron he might have made more of a name for himself in border history.10, Crown copyright and The History of Parliament Trust 1964-2020. world golf hall of fame bricks, west coast curepen strawberry banana strain, kansas state university men's basketball questionnaire,