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Personal data Reginald Heber 

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Ancestors (and descendant) of Reginald Heber

Reginald Heber
± 1514-1600
Anne Malham
± 1522-????
Thomas Heber
± 1540-1574
Jane Coulthurst
± 1553-1623

Reginald Heber
1579-1653


Household of Reginald Heber


Notes about Reginald Heber

[Derek Banks]

Memorial Inscription Transcript:

Here lyeth the body of Master Reginald Heber of Holling Hall, who died the 14th day of February in the year of our Lord God 1653, his age 73 years.

[Source: Churchyard of the Church of all Saints, Ilkley (prior to 1970) - (WFHG)]

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Biographical Notes:

The Heber Family Brasses

Reginald Heber came to llkley in 1619 and rented a dwelling and land at Austby from Sir Peter Middleton on an 18 year lease.  His first wife died and he married again.  His eldest son John was born and baptised in 1621.
In 1629, Reginald was made an overseer of the parish and, in 1632, a churchwarden.  In 1633 he erected "a high pew in which six people may conveniently sit".  However it obscured the view from the reading desk to St. Nicholas Quire and had to be removed in 1634.
In 1635 he is among those who resolved to build a school house in Ilkley and pay for it.  In 1638 he is spoken of as Reginald Heber, Esq. of Holling Hall.
Of his seven children, four died in his lifetime.  The brasses tell the tragic story of a black fever that struck the household in 1649. Captain John, 28, (who fought for Parliament in the Civil War) Letitia, 18 and Christopher, 26 all died within days in April and May.  Reginald himself died at the age of 79, in 1653, a sad person, but full of Christian hope, as the brasses tell.
The famous Bishop Heber was descended from Reginald's brother Thomas, a branch of the family that never lived in Ilkley .
After the family tragedy, the second son, also Reginald Heber, returned to Ilkley from his legal work in the Inner Temple, London. He became churchwarden in 1660.  He died in 1697 leaving £200 to llkley Parish Church and school, a magnificent bequest.
Master Reginald Heber, who died aged 2 years in 1687, is the grandson of Captain John Heber.  His father, John Heber was elected churchwarden at the age of 21.  His wife Sarah had five children and died aged 33.  Only one child, Sarah, survived.  She married Richard Strother, gentleman, of Holling Hall and Otley, Attorney at law.  This Sarah died in 1731, three months after the death of her 9 month old son, Reginald.

[Source: "The Heber Family Brasses" page from the "Ilkley Parish Church" webpages]

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Sources

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  2. Banks-Clipsham Tree, Derek Banks
    Date of Import: 28 Aug, 2012
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  3. Johnson-Johnston and Related Lines, Doc Johnson
    Date of Import: 4 Oct, 2012
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    Van 1650 tot 1672 kende Nederland (ookwel Republiek der Zeven Verenigde Nederlanden) zijn Eerste Stadhouderloze Tijdperk.
  • In the year 1653: Source: Wikipedia
    • January 3 » By the Coonan Cross Oath, the Eastern Church in India cuts itself off from colonial Portuguese tutelage.
    • February 2 » New Amsterdam (later renamed The City of New York) is incorporated.
    • February 23 » The Ballet Royal de la Nuit is first performed at the Salle du Petit-Bourbon in Paris.
    • April 20 » Oliver Cromwell dissolves the Rump Parliament.
    • June 12 » First Anglo-Dutch War: The Battle of the Gabbard begins, lasting until the following day.
    • December 16 » English Interregnum: The Protectorate: Oliver Cromwell becomes Lord Protector of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland and Ireland.

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  •  This page is only available in Dutch.
    Van 1650 tot 1672 kende Nederland (ookwel Republiek der Zeven Verenigde Nederlanden) zijn Eerste Stadhouderloze Tijdperk.
  • In the year 1653: Source: Wikipedia
    • January 3 » By the Coonan Cross Oath, the Eastern Church in India cuts itself off from colonial Portuguese tutelage.
    • February 2 » New Amsterdam (later renamed The City of New York) is incorporated.
    • February 23 » The Ballet Royal de la Nuit is first performed at the Salle du Petit-Bourbon in Paris.
    • April 20 » Oliver Cromwell dissolves the Rump Parliament.
    • June 12 » First Anglo-Dutch War: The Battle of the Gabbard begins, lasting until the following day.
    • December 16 » English Interregnum: The Protectorate: Oliver Cromwell becomes Lord Protector of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland and Ireland.

Tip: herlaad deze pagina voor een nieuwe selectie van gebeurtenissen vanuit Wikipedia.



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