Joseph William Hall-Stevenson

Joseph William Hall-Stevenson

Male 1741 - 1786  (Age 45)
Person ID: I17701 | Tree: Wharton One Name Study  |  Last Modified: 2 May 2017

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  • Name Joseph William Hall-Stevenson 
    Born 1741
    Gender Male 
    Died 1786

    Family

    Family ID: F3855 Group Sheet Family Chart  |  Last Modified: 2 May 2017 12:51:32   
    Wife Anne Foster (ID:I17702),   b. Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
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    1. John Wharton (ID:I17703),   b. 21 Jun 1765, Skelton-in-Cleveland, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 29 May 1843  (Age 77)

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    2. William Wharton (ID:I8049),   b. c. 1768, Skelton-in-Cleveland, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 26 May 1842  (Age ~ 74)

     

    3. James Wharton (ID:I17700),   b. c. 1771, Skelton-in-Cleveland, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location

     

    4. Margaret Wharton (ID:I17704)

  • Documents
    Page 303 of Plantagenet Roll of the Blood Royal - Mortimer Percy Volume by The Marquis of Ruvigny and Ranieval
  • Event Map

    Link to Google MapsChild - John Wharton - 21 Jun 1765 - Skelton-in-Cleveland, Yorkshire, England Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsChild - William Wharton - c. 1768 - Skelton-in-Cleveland, Yorkshire, England Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsChild - James Wharton - c. 1771 - Skelton-in-Cleveland, Yorkshire, England Link to Google Earth
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  • Notes

    • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Hall-Stevenson

      Hall-Stevenson was the son of Joseph Hall of Durham by his marriage to Catherine, sister and heiress of Lawson Trotter of Skelton Castle at Skelton-in-Cleveland, Yorkshire.

      On his return to England at the age of twenty, Hall married Anne, the daughter of Ambrose Stevenson of the Manor House, Durham, and added his wife's surname to his own.

      After the Jacobite Rising of 1745, his uncle Lawson Trotter, a supporter of Jacobitism, fled overseas, and the fifteenth-century Skelton Castle came into the possession of Hall-Stevenson's mother. On her death, he inherited it, by then half-ruined

      He died at Skelton in March 1785, and his widow survived him until 1790.

      One of Hall-Stevenson's two sons, John, died unmarried, and the other, Joseph William Hall-Stevenson (1741?1786) died a year after his father, leaving a son, John Hall-Stevenson (1766?1843), who inherited Skelton Castle and rebuilt it.

      In 1788 he changed his name to John Wharton. He was Member of Parliament for Beverley between 1790 and 1820.

      Hall-Stevenson's works were collected and published in three volumes in 1795.