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Vavasour family

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Vavasour family are an English Catholic family whose history dates back to Norman times. There are several branches of the family, some of whom have intermarried with other notable Catholic families, and are descended from William le Vavasour.

History

They are featured on the Battle Abbey Roll and lived at Hazlewood Castle from the time of the Domesday Book until 1908.[1] The Vavasours are of Anglo-Norman descent and the various branches of the family are said to have descended from William le Valvasour, paternal grandfather of Maud le Vavasour, Baroness Butler. During the years between the English Reformation up until the Catholic Emancipation, the Vavasours were noted as a recusant family for remaining staunchly Catholic despite being fined numerous times. By showing up at services several times a year and pretending to conform to Anglicanism, they largely escaped persecution and managed to retain their property and wealth.[2]

In 1985, the Vavasour family established Vavasour Wines, a vineyard in the Awatere Valley of Marlborough, New Zealand.

Notable members of the family

Baronets (1628 Baronetcy of Hazlewood, Yorkshire)

The first (and now extinct) Vavasour Baronetcy.

  • Thomas Vavasour, 1st Bt. (24 October 1628 - before 1636)
  • Walter Vavasour, 2nd Bt. (before 1636 - after 1666)
  • Walter Vavasour, 3rd Bt. (after 1666 - 16 February 1713)
  • Walter Vavasour, 4th Bt. (1713 - May 1740)
  • Walter Vavasour, 5th Bt. (1740 - 13 April 1766)
  • Walter Vavasour, 6th Bt. (1766 - 3 November 1802)
  • Thomas Vavasour, 7th Bt. (1802 - 20 January 1826)

The baronetcy became extinct upon the death of the 7th baronet.

Baronets (1828 Baronetcy of Hazlewood, Yorkshire)

The fifth creation of the Vavasour baronetcy and the only one still extant.

  • Hon. Sir Edward Marmaduke Joseph Stourton, 1st Bt. (1786-1847) (created Baronet in 1828)
  • Sir Edward Marmaduke Joseph Vavasour, 2nd Bt. (1815-1885)
  • Sir William Edward Joseph Vavasour, 3rd Bt. (1845-1915)
  • Sir Leonard Pius Vavasour, 4th Bt. (1881-1961)
  • Sir Geoffrey William Vavasour, 5th Bt. (1914-1997)
  • Sir Eric Michel Joseph Marmaduke Vavasour, 6th Bt. (born 3 January 1953)

References

  1. ^ Emery, Anthony (1996). Greater Medieval Houses of England and Wales, 1300-1500: Volume 1, Northern England. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 345–6.
  2. ^ Walsham, Alexandra (2014). Catholic Reformation in Protestant Britain. Ashgate Publishing. p. 93.
  3. ^ Beddard, Robert (January 1995). "Ham House". History Today. 45 (1).

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This page was last edited on 29 June 2020, at 21:22
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