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Elizabeth OrdAge: 27 years16861713

Name
Elizabeth Ord
Surname
Ord
Given names
Elizabeth
Birth before 21 January 1686 22
Christening 21 January 1686
MarriageSir William BlackettView this family
March

Birth of a half-brotherFrancis Blake Delaval
before 27 December 1692 (Age 6 years)
Christening of a half-brotherFrancis Blake Delaval
27 December 1692 (Age 6 years)
Birth of a daughter
#1
Elizabeth Orde alias Blackett
10 December 1711 (Age 25 years)

Death of a motherMary Blake
December 1711 (Age 25 years)

Burial of a motherMary Blake
17 December 1711 (Age 25 years)
Christening of a daughterElizabeth Orde alias Blackett
31 December 1711 (Age 25 years)
Birth of a son
#2
William Ord
25 January 1713 (Age 27 years)

Christening of a sonWilliam Ord
22 February 1713 (Age 27 years)
Death 27 February 1713 (Age 27 years)
Burial 8 March 1713 (9 days after death)
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: 10 June 1684St. Michael and All Angels, Ford, Nthmd.
19 months
herself
Elizabeth Ord
Birth: before 21 January 1686 22West Ord, Nthmd. [technically then an exclave of the Palatine of Durham].
Death: 27 February 1713Westminster, London
Mother’s family with Edward Delaval - View this family
step-father
mother
half-brother
Family with Sir William Blackett - View this family
husband
herself
Elizabeth Ord
Birth: before 21 January 1686 22West Ord, Nthmd. [technically then an exclave of the Palatine of Durham].
Death: 27 February 1713Westminster, London
Marriage: March
daughter
14 months
son
Sir William Blackett + Lady Barbara Villiers - View this family
husband
husband’s wife
Marriage: 20 September 1725St. John at Hampstead, Middx.

Note
She and Sir William were never married. Will dated 12 Feb 1712/3. Elizabeth Ord of West Ord, spinster - "my lands &c. called East and West Ord, Unthank and colliery; the tithes of Shotton, Standlaw, and Ilderton, and lands & tithes in Lucker to my son who is yet unchristened, and whom I design to call William & to his heirs, and failing such issue, to my dau. Eliz. rem[ainder] to my right heirs - to my daur. £1000 to be paid by my son when she is 21 or married: interim £60 p.a. to my aunt Eliz. Ord £40 p.a. I make her sole ex'ix. Will proved at Leeds, Yorks. 4 Nov 1713 by Elizabeth Ord, aunt & executrix. Decree of high court of chancery in a cause wherein Wm. & Elizabeth Ord infants by Sir Wm Blackett their prochein amy [he, who without being appointed legal guardian, sues in the name of the infant for recovery of rights of the latter] were complainants against Edw. Ord and Thomas Collingwood defendants in 1715. (Abstract of deeds of Standelaw). Cited in John Hodgson's "A History of Northumberland" Part 2, Volume 1 page 270. (NB. Actual date of court order was 5 Jul 1715.)