Papers of the Hotham Family of Scorborough and South Dalton


Related Material

Related Material:

Hotham Family Estate Papers [U DP/18-22]

Order of Exchange, by Inclosure Commissioners, between Beaumont, Lord Hotham and Sir Francis Digby Legard [U DP/106]

From the Papers of the Bosville-Macdonald Family [U DDBM/32/1-2]

From the Papers of the Burton Family [U DDCB/12/8-9]

From the Papers of Crust Todd and Mills Solicitors [U DDCV/79/1]

From the Papers of the Bishop Burton Estates of the Gee and Hall-Watt Families [U DDGE/3/39; U DDGE/6/22, 26-29, 59-60]

From the Papers of the Langdale Family [U DDHA/5/2]

From the Papers of the Langdale Family [U DDLA/19/7]

From the Papers relating to the East Riding of Yorkshire collected by Sir Clive Milnes-Coates of Helperby Hall [U DDMC/18/3]

From the Papers of Kenneth A MacMahon [U DDMM/16/1]

Other repositories:

John Hotham (1632-1689) - Portland papers, Bodleian Library, University of Oxford

William Hotham (1736-1813) - correspondence at National Maritime Museum (Caird Library, Manuscripts Section), Gloucestershire Archives and The National Archives

Beaumont Hotham (1737-1815) - letters to the 3rd Duke of Portland [PWF5203-5485], Nottingham University Library, Department of Manuscripts and Special Collections; letters to Lord Auckland [Add MSS 34412-60], British Library Department of Manuscripts

George Hotham (younger brother of the 8th, 9th, 11th and 12th baronet, 1741-1806) - correspondence at Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies and British Library Department of Manuscripts

Henry Hotham (1777-1833) - correspondence at the National Archives of Scotland, National Library of Scotland, and National Maritime Museum (Caird Library, Manuscripts Section)

Beaumont Hotham (1794-1870) - correspondence with Sir Robert Peel [Add MSS 40367-605], British Library Department of Manuscripts

Publication Notes:
Capern, A & Pyle, R, 'Charles Hotham: an eighteenth-century life in letters', Paragon Review, 5 (1996)
Certaine letters sent from Sir J Hotham, Young Hotham and others intercepted and brought to court (1643)
English, Barbara, The great landowners of East Yorkshire, 1530-1910 (1990)
English, Barbara, 'Sir John Hotham and the English Civil War', Archives, 20 (1992)
Foster, Joseph, Pedigrees of the county families of Yorkshire (1874-5)
Hopper, Andrew, The Papers of the Hothams, Governors of Hull during the Civil War (2011)
Macmahon, Kenneth, The Beverley house of the Hotham family (1956)
Oncken, W, Sir Charles Hotham and Frederick Wilhelm I (1894)
Pevsner, N & Neave, D, The buildings of England: York and the East Riding (1995)
Pyle, R & Johnson, R, 'Sweeping the dust from the boards: dramatic pieces', Paragon Review, 5 (1996)
Reckitt, Basil N, Charles the First and Hull 1639-1645 (1952)
Roberts, Shirley, Charles Hotham: a biography (1985)
Roebuck, Peter, Yorkshire baronets 1640-1760; families, estates and fortunes (1980)
Rushworth, John, Historical collections: 1625-1648 (1721)
Saltmarshe, Philip, History and the chartulary of the Hothams of Scorborough in the East Riding of Yorkshire (1914)
Seventeenth-century pamphlets and broadsides relating to John Hotham and Hull in the 1640s at DDHO/2
Stirling, A M W, The Hothams, being the chronicles of the Hothams of Scorborough and South Dalton from their hitherto unpublished family papers, 2 vols (1918)
Stirling, A M W, Pages and portraits from the past being the private papers of Sir William Hotham, G.C.B., Admiral of the Red, 2 vols (1919)
Tickell, John, History of Kingston upon Hull (1796)
Ward, J T, East Yorkshire landed estates in the nineteenth century (1967)
Wheater, W, Dalton Hall and some historic mansions of Yorkshire, vol. i (1888)
Wildridge, T, The Hull letters, printed from a collection of original documents found among the borough archives in the Town Hall, Hull, 1884, during the progress of the work of indexing (1886)