|Statement||by E. Bellasis.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 85/9669 (C) |
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 416-466,  folded leaves of of plates : coats of arms, geneal. tables ; 21 cm.|
|Number of Pages||466|
|LC Control Number||86108003|
John Machell, probable son of either Hugh or John Machell, was born between the late 15th and early 16th centuries. He married Joan Ludington and predeceased her. His sons included John, Thomas, and Matthew Machell. Joan (Luddington) Machell married, second, Sir Thomas Chamberlain (abt. - 1. A pedigree appended to Bellasis's "The Machells of Crackenthorpe" () shows this family (starting with John Machell and wife Leybourne) as the "Machells of Kendall, etc.," without directly linking them to the Crackenthorpe Machells. 2. John Machell's Leybourne wife was presumably a daughter of Thomas Leybourne of Cunswick, :// Bellasis, E. The Machells of Crackenthorpe. Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian Society. - Reprinted by the Lancaster Herald. Kendal. [Read at Appleby September 24] Machell, John b. Abt Of Kendall, Yorkshire, England: Fortunatusfamilia. News: Contact me by email: fortunatusfamilia(at)gmail(dot)com and I will try and answer short queries. However if an individual is not on the site or I don't have details in the notes section then I can't help. However I am always happy to compare research ?personID=I&tree=tree1.
The bed was purchased by that National Aart-Collections Fund (now The Art Fund) for £ in from Major J.S. Clift, Cheltenham, who had bought it earlier the same year at the death of Mrs Francis Mary Bellamy, 6 Howlett Street, Cheltenham, who was born a Machel and who received the bed from Crackenthorpe Hall, ^ Edward Bellasis (Lancaster Herald), "The Machells of Crackenthorpe," Trans. Cumberland and Westmorland Antiqu. and Arch. Soc., (Kendall ), , Chart 2. ^ Aller was reputedly the place where King Guthrum was baptized at the instigation of King cudworth/en-en. The Crackenthorpe's of Crackenthorpe Hall The Crackenthorpes had been "lords of the manor" of Crackenthorpe, on the river Eden, and Newbiggin in Westmorland since 5 Edward III, , when the heiress Emma de Newbiggin was married to Robert de Crackenthorpe, who is supposed to have been a younger son of the Machells of Crackenthorpe near For sale, historic hall that has had only four owners in thousand years Date: Friday 23rd October CRACKENTHORPE Hall, a Grade II listed country house near Appleby which dates back to the 11th Century, is up for ://