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Ingilby, family, baronets, of Ripley

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Date: 1100-2000
History: The Ingilby family owned Ripley in the West Riding of Yorkshire by the mid 14th century. In 1398 John Ingilby was associated with the foundation of the Carthusian monastery of Mount Grace in the North Riding. During the reign of Elizabeth I, family lands in the North Riding were disposed of and further West Riding properties, including Dacre and North Deighton, were subsequently bought.

Lincolnshire estates (Harrington and Kettlethorpe) were gained through the marriage of Sir John Ingilby (d. 1815) to Elizabeth, daughter and heir of Sir Wharton Amcotts, 1st baronet, of Kettlethorpe (d. 1807). Kettlethorpe passed at the death in 1854 of Sir William Amcotts-Ingilby into the possession of his sister Augusta and her husband Robert Cracroft of Hackthorn, Lincolnshire. The former Amcotts estate of Washingborough (Lincolnshire), which had passed to th Buckworth family, was acquired by the Ingilbys in the early 19th century and sold in 1840.

Estates in 1883: 10,609 acres in the West Riding of Yorkshire; 1,271 acres in Lincolnshire; worth a total of £13,538 a year.

Places:
  • Bewerley, Yorkshire
  • Dacre, Yorkshire
  • Harrington, Lincolnshire
  • Kettlethorpe, Lincolnshire
  • North Deighton, Yorkshire
  • Ripley, Yorkshire
  • Washingborough, Lincolnshire
Sources of authority: Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts, Principal family and estate collections A-K, 1996, pp. 92-3.
Name authority reference: GB/NNAF/F80973 (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/F5383 )
Collections
  Description Held by Reference Further information
1
12th cent-20th cent: Yorks (Ripley, Dacre, etc) and Lincs (Harrington, Kettlethorpe, etc) deeds, family and estate papers
West Yorkshire Archive Service, Leeds
NRA 11614 Ingilby

See HMC Principal family and estate collections A-K, 1996 [56a]
2
18th cent-20th cent: further Yorks (Ripley, etc) estate papers 18th-20th cent and Lincs estate rental 1887-1913
West Yorkshire Archive Service, Leeds
NRA 11614 Ingilby

See HMC Principal family and estate collections L-W, 1999 [Addenda]
3
12th cent-16th cent: Fountains Abbey (Yorks) deeds and papers
Yorkshire Archaeological and Historical Society
NRA 546 Bradfer-Lawrence

See HMC Principal family and estate collections A-K, 1996 [56b]
4
1824-1930: Dacre (Yorks) rent books
Collection held privately: enquiries to West Yorkshire Archive Service, Leeds
NRA 7145

See HMC Principal family and estate collections A-K, 1996 [56c]
5
c1413-1593: misc Yorks (Ripley, etc) deeds and papers c1413-1593 and rental 1589
North Yorkshire County Record Office
See HMC Principal family and estate collections A-K, 1996 [56d]
6
1773: Ripley Castle (Yorks) inventory
The National Archives
See HMC Principal family and estate collections A-K, 1996 [56e]
7
12th cent-16th cent: Fountains Abbey (Yorks) deeds and estate papers and misc literary papers
British Library, Manuscript Collections
See HMC Guide to the Locations of Collections 1982 pp32-33
8
15th cent: Fountains Abbey (Yorks) coucher book
Manchester University: University of Manchester Library
See GRC Davis, Medieval Cartularies of Great Britain 1958 no 419
9
1683-1736: corresp of Ralph Palmer (formerly amongst the Ingilby family papers)
Oxford University: Bodleian Library, Special Collections
See HMC Guide to the Locations of Collections 1982 p33
10
15th cent: pilgrimage papers of William Brewyn (formerly amongst the Ingilby family papers)
Canterbury Cathedral Archives
See HMC Guide to the Locations of Collections 1982 p33

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