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Sir John Hotham, 1st Baronet



Sir John Hotham, 1st Baronet.
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Sir John Hotham, 1st Baronet (see here and here),
prominent Parliamentarian in English Civil War 1642-51,
born 1589,
seat at Scorborough Hall, Scorborough, East Yorkshire (since destroyed and replaced),

mar 1stly, 16th Feb 1607 [using [NJ] format, at the time regarded as the end of 1606] to Katherine Rodes [descendant of Edward III],
she died 1610 to 1614,
mar 2ndly, 1614, to Anne Rokeby and had issue,
mar 3rdly to Frances Legard,
mar 4thly to Catharine Bamburgh,
fought on continent in Thirty Years' War post-1618,
cr Baronet 4th Jan 1622 [using [NJ] format, at the time regarded as the end of 1621],
mar 5thly, 1635, to Sarah Anlaby,

Governor of Hull, deprived of this office by Charles I 1639, he declared for the Parliamentarian cause,
he and his son John led Parliamentary forces that seized the arsenal at Hull, Jan 1642, he became the Military Governor of Hull,
it was in the pub Ye Olde White Harte in Hull in 1642 that he decided to bar the king from Hull, which ultimately triggered the English Civil War,
in Apr 1642 he refused Charles I entry into the city of Hull, Charles I declared him a traitor, this led to the Siege of Hull July 1642, the first major action of the English Civil War, the Royalists failed to take the city,
later in the war, he and his son John fell out with the Parliamentarians, they negotiated to join the Royalist side, this was discovered and they were both arrested by the Parliamentarians, June 1643, and eventually both executed,
he was beheaded on Tower Hill, 3rd Jan 1645 [using [NJ] format, at the time regarded as the end of 1644], age 56 yrs, the day after his son,
see pictures,
had issue by 1st wife:


  1. Frances Hotham, born est c.1608,
    mar 1627 to Sir Philip Stapleton, Kt [born 1603] and had issue.


  2. Sir John Hotham, Kt,
    born 1610,
    prominent Parliamentarian with his father in English Civil War 1642-51,
    beheaded on Tower Hill, 2nd Jan 1645 [using [NJ] format, at the time regarded as the end of 1644], age 35 yrs, the day before his father,
    had issue:

    1. Sir John Hotham, 2nd Baronet,
      died 1689, bur in a spectacular tomb (see pictures) in St Mary's Church, South Dalton, East Yorkshire.





Sir John Hotham, 1st Baronet.
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Sir John Hotham, 1st Baronet. Silver medal, 1645.
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"King Charles I in conversation with John Hotham at the Gates of Hull".
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Ye Olde White Harte, Hull



Window showing Sir John Hotham, 1st Baronet, Ye Olde White Harte, Hull.
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Ye Olde White Harte, Hull.
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