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Full text of "The genealogy of Richmond and William Tyrrell or Terrell (descended from the family of Tyrrell of Thornton Hall, Buckinghamshire, England), who settled in Virginia in the seventeenth century. Compiled and issued as a Supplement to his "Genealogical history of the Tyrrells""

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Richmond and William 
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THE 

TYRRELLS or Terrells 

AMERICA. 



The Genealogy of 

Richmond and William Tyrrell 

or Terrell 

(Descended from the family of Tyrrell of 
Thornton Hall, Buckinghamshire, England), 

Who settled in Virginia in the 
Seventeenth Century. 



COMPILED 

(And issued as a Supplement to his "Genealogical 
History of the Tyrrells ") by 

JOSEPH HENRY TYRRELL 



ijo COPIES PRIVATELY PRINTED. No 



1 



FOREWORD. 



T~^MBOLDENED by the approval of my Kinsmen of my attempt 
4 at the " Genealogical History of the Tyrrells," I have thought 
that a Supplement to that work, dealing with the founding of 
the now widely spread American family, may meet with favour. 

The difficulties that stood in the way of discovering the lineage of 
Richmond and William, the original emigrants, were very great, and at 
times I should have been tempted to relinquish the search but for the 
encouragement received at the hands of a distinguished member of the 
American branch — The late Honourable Edwin Holland Terrell. 

This work is not in any sense intended to be a complete record 
of the family, but should be read in conjunction with the above-named 



history. 



J. H. T. 



Castleknock, 



Twickenham, October, 1910. 




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DID 



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CONTENTS. 



Arms 

Arrivals in Virginia 
Atohievement . . 

„ Key Chart 

Biographical Note 
Land Grants 
Royal Descent 

Pedigree of Tyrrell of Heron . . 
„ „ Thornton 

„ „ or Terrell of Reading 

„ „ „ „ of America 

Wills 



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ARMS OF TYRRELL OF THORNTON. 

Argent, two chevrons, azure, within a bordure, engrailed, gules : a 
crescent, sable, for difference. 

Ceest : A boar's head erect and couped argent, tusked or : from the 
mouth a peacock's tail issuant, proper. 

Motto : " Sans dieu rien." 

Badge : A triangular curved fret, or. 



ATCHIEVEMENT OF TYRRELL 
OF THORNTON. 



1. 


Tyrrell of Thornton. 


14. 


Swynford. 


2. 


Vexin. 


15. 


Coggeshall. 


3. 


Tirel (ancient). 


16. 


Staunton. 


4. 


„ of Poix. 


17. 


Watteville. 


5. 


Tyrrell of Avon Tyrrell. 


18. 


Hawkwood. 


6. 


„ of Castleknock. 


19. 


Le Brun. 


7. 


„ of Heron. 


20. 


Rokeley. 


8. 


Dreux. 


21. 


Radford. 


9. 


Guernanville. 


22. 


Bodley. 


10. 


Giffard. 


23. 


Ingleton. 


11. 


Burgate. 


24. 


Fitzellis. 


12. 


Flambert. 


25. 


Barton, 


13. 


Heron. 


26. 


Tyrrell of Thornton. 



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5 



KEY CHART TO ATCHIEVEMENT. 



(1 — 26) Tyrrell of Thornton, descended from 

(2) Walter [., Count of Vexin. = Eve, dan. and heiress of Landry, 
I Count of Dreux (8). 



(3) Rait", Sire de Tirel. = Dau. and heiress of de Guemanville (9). 
a quo. I 



(4) Sir Walter, of Poix. = Olga. 

a quo. I 



Sir Walter, of Poix. = Adelaide, dau. and heiress of "Walter Giffard (10). 



(5) Sir Hugh, of Avon. == Ada, dau. of Etienne, Count d'Aumale. 



I 

(6) Sir Hugh, of Castleknock, = Marie de Senarpont. 

a quo. I 



Sir Edward. — Jane, dau. and heiress of Sir Wm. Burgate (11). 



Sir Hugh. = Jane, dau. and heiress of Sir John de CoggeshaM, == Mabel, sis. and heiress of Anfrus 

I Sir James Flambert (12). a quo. I de Staunton (16). 



(7) Sir James. = Margaret, dau. and heiress of Richard. = Dau. and heiress of Sir Morice Le Brun, = Isolde, dau. and heiress of 

I Sir Wm. Heron (13). I Sir John Watteville (17). a quo. I Philip de Rokeley (20). 



Sir Walter, = Anna, dau. and heiress of Sir William. = Mary, dau. and heiress of Sir Morice. = Elizabeth, dau. and heiress of 

a quo. I Sir John Swynford (14). Sir John Hawkwood (IS). I Sir Henry Radford (21). 



Sir John, == Eleanor, or another, dau. and heiress (15). Sir Humphrey. = Elizabeth, dau. of Robert D'Arcy. 
a quo. I 



Sir Thomas. = Elizabeth, dau. and heiress (19). Ingleton. = Dau. and heiress of Fitzellis (24). 



William. == Elizabeth, dau. and heiress of Thomas Bodley (22). John Ingleton. == Dau. and heiress of Barton (2*). 



Humphrey. — Jane, dau. and heiress (23). 



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BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE. 



The early history of the Tyrrells is extensively set out in the 
" Genealogical History of the Tyrrells," from which work 
the first portion of the following sketch is extracted. 

The Tyrrells of Thornton Hall, 4 miles N.E. of Buckingham, were 
descended from Sir James Tyrrell, who lived about the middle of the 
fourteenth century, and who married Margaret, daughter and heiress 
of Sir William Heron, of Heron Hall, Essex. 

This Sir James was a direct descendant of Sir Walter, the alleged 
Regicide, whose grandfather, Sir Walter, was one of the companions of 
the Conqueror in 1066 ; and who was descended from Pepin le Gros, 
Duke of Brabant, great grandfather of Charlemagne. 

Sir James was great grandfather to Sir John of Heron, who was 
present at Agincourt, 1415 ; Sheriff of Essex, 1423 ; Treasurer of the 
Household to Henry VI ; several times Speaker of the House of 
Commons ; and who died in 1437. His son, Sir Thomas, was Chamberlain 
of the Exchequer, and died in 1476, leaving four sons, the second of 
whom, Sir Thomas of Ockendon, was father of William of Ockendon, 
who married Elizabeth, daughter, and eventual heiress of Thomas 
Bodley of Devon. They had two sons, the second of whom, Humphrey, 



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married Jane, daughter and heiress of John Ingleton of Thornton^ Hall, 
and obtained with her a very large estate in Buckinghamshire and 
Oxfordshire, comprising over thirty manors. She was a Ward of the 
Thomas Bodley above named. They had one son, George, who married 
Elizabeth, or Eleanor, daughter of Sir Edward Montagu, Lord Chief 
Justice of England. George Tyrrell died on 16 May, 1571, leaving 
Sir Edward, his heir ; William, of whom later ; Thomas of London ; 
Francis of London ; and three daughters. Sir Edward married and 
had issue : Henry, who died young ; Edward, created a Baronet in 
1627; Sir Timothy; Francis; Charles {see Will, 1619); John; Sir 
Thomas ; and eight daughters. The descendants of Sir Edward carried 
on the title until 1749, when the last Baronet, Sir Charles, died. 

Reverting to William, second son of George, he is named in " Morant's 
History of Essex " as being siezed of part of Ockendon, and of the Manor 
of Bruyn or Brun, in Essex, which, in course of time, he alienated. He 
settled at Reading, not many miles from Thornton, and is variously 
described as Tyrrell, Terrell, Tirrell and Terrill, and his Virginian 
descendants have, in the main, adopted the second mode of spelling 
the name : possibly owing to that form having been most frequently 

used in the early Land Grants. He married a daughter of 

Richmond alias Webb, of Stewley, Bucks, and had issue amongst 
others: Robert of Reading, who married Jane, daughter of Robert 



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Baldwin, at St. Giles' Church, Reading, on 29 June, 1617. They had 
issue : John of Reading (Will, 1661), Robert of London (Will, 1677), 
Richmond, William, and Mary. 

John and Robert died without issue. Richmond and William settled 
in Virginia and became the Ancestors of all the Tyrrells, Terrells, Tirrells 
and Terrills of America, with the exception of some few descended 
from the Irish branch of the family. 

John, the eldest son, seems to have lived and died at Reading. 
Robert was a merchant in London, with interests in Virginia, as appears 
by his Will, 1677. He was a Witness to a deed in York County, 
24 January, 1647, and in the records of that county there is enrolled 
a power of Attorney from John Wiskens and John Robinson, merchants, 
of London, to Robert Terrell, Citizen and Fishmonger, of London, to 
collect all debts due to them in Virginia. 

In the same County is also enrolled a power of Attorney from 
Robert Terrell, Citizen and Fishmonger, of London, intending to take a 
voyage to England, appointing Thomas Williamson his Attorney in 
Virginia. 

Richmond and William settled in Virginia, the former prior to 
1650 and the latter before 1657. They and their descendants received 



sundry grants of lands, as appears by the following extracts from the 
Colonial records. From them descend the various branches now resident 
in the United States. 



LAND GRANTS. 

Richmond Terrell, 640 acres in New Kent on the S.W. side of York 
River.— 28 November, 1658. 

Richmond Tirrell, 600 acres on Chickahominy River in New Kent. 
—8 February, 1670. 

Robert Tirrell, 170 acres in St. Stephen's Parish, New Kent, on 
the north side of Mattapony River.— 20 April, 1682. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Terrell and Thomas Correll, 720 acres in New Kent, 
on the south side of York River.— 20 November, 1683. 

Robert Terrell, 63 acres in Middlesex, on a branch of Parrott's 
Creek.— 24 October, 1701. 

William Terrell, 300 acres on the S.E. side of Pole Cat Swamp, 
King William County. — 16 June, 1714. 

William Terrell, 100 acres on the N. side of Pamunkey, in King 
William County.— 22 March, 1715. 

William Terrell, 400 acres on a fork of Pole Cat Swamp.— 31 October, 
1716. 



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William Terrell and Robert Chandler, 300 acres on a fork of Pole 
Cat Swamp. — 1 April, 1717. 

William Terrell and his son William, 400 acres on Pole Cat Swamp. 
—18 March, 1718. 

William Tyrrell, Jim., 174 acres on Pole Cat Swamp.— 12 July, 
1718. 

William Terrell, of New Kent, 400 acres on Pole Cat Swamp.— 
22 January, 1718. 

Joel Terrell, of King William, 400 acres in St. Margaret's Parish, 
King William.— 9 July, 1724. 

William Terrell, Sen., of New Kent, 220 acres on Pole Cat Swamp 
—22 January, 1718. 

William Terrell, of King William, 237 acres on Pole Cat Swamp, 
St. Margaret's Parish.— 22 February, 1724. 

William and Susanna Terrell, by deed dated 16 March, 1725, con- 
veyed 400 acres of land in King William County, to their son Henry. 

Joseph Terrell, of New Kent, 400 acres in Hanover County. — 
7 September, 1729. 

John Terrell, of Caroline County, 400 acres in Spotsylvania County, 
on the north side of Rapidan River. — 28 September, 1730. 

Richmond Terrell, 450 acres in Hanover. — 12 April, 1732. 

Richmond Terrell, of New Kent, by deed dated 29 April, 1670, 
conveyed 600 acres to Henry Wyatt. The deed reserves " 100 acres 



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formerly given unto my brother William Terrell, and since sold by him 
to Francis Waring." 



Owing to the destruction of many of the records of New Kent, King 
and Queen, King William, and Hanover Counties, much information 
regarding the family has been lost. The descendants of Richmond 
Terrell lived in Louisa, Hanover, &c, Counties, and some notices of them 
are given in the William and Mary Quarterly, xiii. 263-5. The Registers 
of St. Peter's, New Kent, contain entries of the baptism of two sons of 
Timothy Terrell, viz. : — Robert, on 25 December, 1697 ; and Joseph, 
31 December, 1699. 

The descendants of William Terrell are much more numerous than 
those of Richmond. Many of the members of this branch became 
Quakers, and from the records kept by the Society of Friends much 
information may be obtained from about the year 1735. (See Bell's 

" Our Quaker Friends") 

There are some descendants of Richmond Terrell in Virginia and 
other southern States to this day. William, his brother, settled in 
St. Paul's Parish, Hanover County, Virginia ; both he and his wife 
were members of the Established (Episcopal) Church. 

Some considerable information as to the American family may be 
gleaned from a pamphlet compiled, and issued, in 1909 by the late Hon. 
Edwin H. Terrell, of San Antonio, Texas. 



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WILLS. 



TYRRELL. 

1600. — Thomas Tyrrell of London, Citizen and Grocer. 

Property in East and West Ham, Essex, and at Mitcham and 
Croydon, in Surrey, to son Thomas. 

Property in St. Nicholas Cole Abbey, St. Christopher-le-Stocks, 
and St. Ethelburga, London, to wife Margaret for life, 
then to son Thomas. 

Property in Crawley, Surrey, and personal estate into three 
parts — one share to wife, and one share each to daughters 
Lucy and Frances. 

£100 to daughter Elizabeth, wife of Gamaliel Crump ; 20 nobles 
to mother (Elizabeth), widow. 

A country house at Woodford mentioned. 

Legacy to poor of Woodford. 

„ ,, Grocers' Company of London. 

„ ,, friend, Master Robert Wright (Minister). 
Wife Margaret and son Thomas executors. Probate by both. 



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1620. — Charles Tyrrell, of St. Andrews-by-the-Wardrobe, London 
(dated 8 March, 1619). 
To be buried in St. Andrews with wife. 



Cousin Thomas Lea 
Brother Thomas 
„ Timothy- 
Brother-in-law Gardner 
Sister Penelope Gardner 
Cousin William Trye 

„ Edmond West 
Sister Bridget 

„ Jane 
Sir Edward Tyrrell, Kt. 
Cousin Robert Tyrrell 



All named in Will. 



Overseers of Will. 



1609. — Francis Tyrrell, of London, Citizen and Grocer. 
Sister Emma (Mrs. Thaire) \ 
„ (Mrs. Weekes) and her son and 
his wife and children 
Niece Alice Weeks, a minor 
Cousins Thomas Tyrrell (son of my 

brother), Elizabeth and Frances 
Various Godchildren 



All named in Will. 



14 

1638. — Francis Tyrroll, of Reading, Broadweaver. 

To son Francis, fee simple of house in occupation of Isaac Yorke. 
To wife Elizabeth, rights of dower. 
To son Nicholas, a house. 

John, £60. 

Robert, £60. 
To daughter Elizabeth, £60. 

Overseers of Will : Brother Robert and brother-in-law Adam 
Kerbie. 



1639. — Thomas Tyrrell, of Fulborne, Cambs., Esquire. 

Lands in Fulborne, Croydon, Mitcham, St. Nicholas Cole 
Abbey, London. 

Wife Joan. 

Grandchild Thomas Tyrrell, a minor. 
Grand-daughter Elizabeth Tyrrell. 
Sister Mrs. Cruys. 



1661. — John Tyrrell, of Reading, Clothier. 

Property at Inholmes, Berks, and Eversley, Hants 
Brother Robert and his heirs to have Estate 
Uncle Baldwin 
Brother Richmond 

„ William 
Sister Mary Mewe 

Cousin Robert Tyrrell, of Reading, Maltster 
Proved 1672. 



} Named in Will. 



15 

1677. — Robert Tyrrell, of London, Merchant. 

To nephew William, son of brother William, £10. 

To niece , daughter of brother William, £5. 

To brother Richmond, 10s. for a ring; silver cup and three spoons. 
To sister Mary Mewe, silver cup. 

Lands and Accounts in Virginia, Lands in Hants, Property in 
St. Nicholas Cole Abbey, London. 



ARRIVALS IN VIRGINIA. 

(Ex Records of Lands Bought from the Crown.) 
Thomas Terrell, immigrant, 18 May, 1637. 



James Tyrrill 
Katherine Terrell 
Edward „ 
Robert „ 
Edward „ 
Richard Terrill 
Hen. Tirrell 
Robert ,, 
Hen. „ 
William „ 
Ann Terrill 
Tho. „ 
William Tyrrell 



12 June, 1648. 
10 January, 1649. 
and purchaser, 28 November, 1656. 
28 November, 1656. 
10 July, 1658. 
12 November, 1666. 
20 September, 1667. 
20 September, 1667. 
20 September, 1667. 
20 September, 1668. 
31 May, 1678. 
20 November, 1678. 
27 February, 1670. 



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ROYAL DESCENT. 

— As descendants of Edward I. and Eleanor of Castile, it 
follows that the Tyrrells or Terrells of Essex, Bucks, Berks 
and of America, claim descent from the Saxon Kings of 
England, the Kings of France and Spain, the Dukes of 
Normandy, the Counts of Flanders, &c. 



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Edward I., King of England. = Eleanor of Castile. 

I 



Joan Plantagenet. = i Gilbert de Clare, Earl of Gloucester. — a Ralf de Monthermer. 



I 

Eleanor de Clare. = 



Isabel Despencer. = 



Hugh Despencer, Earl 

of Gloucester. 



Richard Fitzalan, 

5th Earl of Arundel. 



Sir Thomas, Lord = Margaret, dau. of 
Monthermer. Pain, 1st Lord Tiptoft. 



Margaret Monthermer. = 



Sir John de 

Montacute. 



Philippa Fitzalan. = Sir Richard Sergeaux. 



Sir Simon de = Elizabeth Boughton. 
Montacute. 



Elizabeth Sergeaux. = Sir William Marney. 



Thomas Montagu. = Christian Bassett. 



Sir John Marney. = Agnes Throckmorton. 



John Montagu = Alice Halcot. 



I I 
Anna Marney. = Sir Thomas Tyrrell, of Heron. William Montagu. = Mary Butline. 



Sir William Tyrrell, = Sir Thomas Tyrrell, = Elizabeth, dau. of Richard Montagu. = Agnes Knot 



of Heron (Chart 1). | of Ockendon. 



Sir Humphry 

Le Brun. 



William Tyrrell, of = Elizabeth, dau. of 
Ockendon. Thos. Bodley. 



Thomas Montagu, = Agnes Dudley. 



Humphrey Tyrrell, of = Jane, dau. of John Sir Edward Montagu, C.J. = Helen Roper. 



Thornton. 



Ingleton. 



George Tyrrell, of Thornton. = Eleanor or Elizabeth Montagu. 



Sir Edward Tyrrell, of == 
Thornton. 



William of Reading, = Dau. of 



Bruyn, and Ockendon. 



Richmond, 



alias Webb, of Stewley, Bucks. 



See Chart 3. 



18 

CHART !. 



PEDIGREE OF TYRRELL OF HERON, ESSEX. 



19 



Sir Walter de Tire!, Lord of Poix, Castellan of Pontoise, Viscount of = 1. Olga, a Saxon. = 
Amiens. A Baron of France and England. Lord o£ Laingaham, 
Essex, and Kings worthy and Avon, Hants. Built Castles of Poix 
and Famechon, 1046. Present at Hastings, 1066. Died c. 1080. 
(For his Ancestry, see " Genealogical History of the Tyrrells.") 



2. Alix, Lady of Fremontieres 
Famechon, before 1046. 



Sir Walter de Tirel. Witness to a concession by Ralf, Count of Amiens 
to the Church of Amiens in 1069. o.v.p. 



= Ann de Clare, dau. of Gilbert Crispin, Earl of Eu. 



Sir Walter Tirel, Lord of Poix, Laingaham, Kingsworthy and Avon. 
A Baron of France and England. Castellan of Pontoise, 1091. At 
siege of Jerusalem, 1096. Reputed to have slain William Rufus, 1100. 
Died in Holv Land. 1136. 



Adelaide, dau. of Richard Giffard, son of Walter, 
1st Earl of Buckingham. Died 1138. 



Hugh Tirel, Prince of Poix. A Baron of France and England. Sold 
Laingaham prior to joining Crusade of 1146. Died 1159. 



Ada, dau. of Etienne de Champagne, 
Compte d'Aumale. 



Rosceltn. 



Hugh Tyrrell, Lord of Poix. 1st Baron of Castleknock (Ireland) in 1173. 
With Strongbow, 1169. Governor of Trim, 1183. At siege of Acre, 1191. 
One of "De Lacy's Barons." Died 1199. 



1. Isabel de Vignacourt, 

in 1161. 



2 Marie de Senarpont, 

in 1173. 



Walter, 

Lord of 
Poix. 



Richard, "Ruadh," 
2nd Baron of 
Castleknock. 



= Dau. of John 
oe Nugent. 



A quo Tyrrells, of Ireland. 

Ancestors of Compiler of this work. 



Roger, of Avon Tyrrell. 
Hants. 



James of 

Lyons. 



Sir Edward, of Avon Tyrrell. 



A 



'20 



A 



21 



Sir Qalfrid, of Avon Tyrrell. 



Sir Thomas, of Avon Tyrrell. = 
I 



Sir Edmond, or Edward. = Jane, dau. and heiress of Sir William 
Burgate. 



Sir Hugh, of Great Thorndon, Essex. Governor of Carisbrooke = Jane, dau. and heiress of Sir James Sir John, present at 
Castle during successful defence against the French in 1377. I Flambert. Poictiers, 1356. 



Sir James. Knighted before Ardes, 1380. — Margaret, dau. and heiress of Sir William Heron, 

of Heron Hall, Essex. 



Sir Walter, of Heron. = Ann, dau. and heiress of Sir Wm. Swynford. 



Richard Enefield. 



Sir Thomas, of Heron. = 



1 Alice d'Adeleigh. 

o.s.p. 



= 2 Elizabeth, dau. of John Flambert. 



Sir John, of Heron. Sheriff of Essex, 1423. Treasurer of Household 
to Henry VI. Present at Agincourt in retinue of Sir Walter 
Hungerford. Speaker of House of Commons. Died 1437. 



Margaret, or Alice, or Eleanor, dau. and 
co-heiress of Sir William de Coggeshall 
and his wife Mary, dau. and heiress of 
Sir John Hawkwood, the celebrated 
soldier of fortune, temp. Ed. £11. 



Sir Thomas, of Heron. Sheriff of E^sex and Herts, 1460. = 
Chamberlain of Exchequer. Died 1476. 

I 



Anna, dau. of Sir John 
Marney, of Layer 
Marney, Essex. 



I 

Sir William, 

of Beeches. 



Sir William, = 

of Gipping. I 



Sir William, = 

of Heron. 



Sir Thomas, of Ockendon. 
Died before 1490. Held 
one-third of Manor of 
Springfield, Essex. 



Elizabeth, dau. and heiress of 
Sir Humphry le Brun, of 
Bruyn.iu S. Ockendon, and 
his wife, dau. of Robt. 
D'Arcy, of Maiden. Had 
Bruyn as dower. Died 
1473. 



Sir Th. Brandon, 

as 2nd husbd. 



Humphrey, 

of Warley, 



Robert, 

of Thorndon, 



Ann. Elizabeth. 



See Chart 2. 



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23 



CHART 2. 



PEDIGREE OF TYRRELL OF THORNTON HALL, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE. 



Sir Thomas Tyrrell of Ockendon, 3econd son of Sir Thomas 
of Heron and Anna Marney. 
(Sec Chart 1.) 



= Elizabeth, dau. and heiress of Sir Humphrey Le Brun. 



Hugh, o.s.p. I. P.M. 26 June 
9 Hen. VII. Bom 14G8. 



Margaret, dau. of Gilbert Hussey. 



William, of Ockendon, heir to his = Elizabeth, dau. and eventual co-heiress of Thomas 
brother Hugh. Lord of Manor J Bodley and his wife, dau. and heiress of Dennis 

of Bruyn. Leech, of Wellingborough. 



John, 

o.s.p. 



Humphrey, of Thornton Hall. Held Manor of == Jane, dau. and heiress of John Ingleton, 
Bruyn and 500 acres. Died 15 Jan., 1548. I of Thornton Hall. 1519. 

I.P.M. 3 Ed. VI. 



William, of South 
Ockendon. 
M.L. 17/11/1529 



Agnes Tiptoft, 

widow. 



Thomas, of South. 
Ockendon. 
Will 1549. 



George, of Thornton, South Ockendon, and Bruyn. Lord of 
Manors of Bruyn and Fobbing, Essex (Inquisition 
of Elizabeth). Died 16 May, 1571. I.P.M. 13 Eliz. 



Eleanor, or Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Edward = 
Montagu, of Boughton, L.C.J. 



Margery Cooke, 

of Chester. 



Sir Edward, of Thornton. 
Born 1550. Will 1605. 



1 Mary, dau. of 
Benedict Lee. 
1571. 

— 2 Margaret, dau. of 
I Thomas Aston. 



William, of Bruyn 
and Reading. 



Dau. of 

Richmond. 



(See Chart 3.) 



Thomas, of = Margaret 
London. I Cbabnor. 
Will 1600. 

(See Chart 3.) 



Francis, of 

London. 
Will 1609. 



I I I 
3 daughters. 



Margery = Thomas 
Yorke, of 

Brackley. 



Henry. 

cb. inf. 



Sir Edward. = Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Timothy. = Eleanor, dau. John, 



Born 1573. 
Baronet 1627 
Will 1656. 



Sir Willia 
Kingsmill. 



Horn 1575. 
Master of the 
Buckhounds. 



of Sir William 
Kingsmill. 



Captn. 



Sir Thomas, 

of Hanslope. 
Born 1594. 



Sanders. Charles. 8 daughters. 

Will 1620. 



Thomas Yorke. 

Captain in Low 
Countries, 1619. 



George 
Yorke. 



Sir Robert. 

"Disinherited, 
o.s.p. 



Sir Toby. 

Died 1671. 



Hester. = Thomas 
I Tyrrell. 



Sir Timothy. 

Born 1610. 
Master of the 
Ordnance. 



=Elizabeth, dau. 
I of James Usher, 

Archbishop of 
| Armagh. 



i 



Henry. Charles. 



Thomas. = Hester 
I Tyrrell. 



Sir Peter. 

Baronet 
1665. 



Ann, dau. of 
Carew Raleigh. 




Thomas. 

A minor. 
1639. 



Susan. = Michael 
Dalton 

in 1647. 



CHART 3. 



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PEDIGREE OF TYRRELLS OF READING, BERKS. 



Qeorge Tyrrell of Thornton. 

(CAari 2.) 



Eleanor or Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Edward Montagu, L.C.J. 



Sir Edward, of Thornton. = 

(Chart 2.) 



I 

William, Lord of Manor 
of Bruyn, which he 
alienated, and settled 
at Reading. 



Daughter of... Richmond, Thomas, of == Margaret Francis, of Emma — Thaire. Dau. - Weekes. Hester 

of Stewley, Bucks. London. I Chabnor. London. 

Will 1600. I Will 1609. 



- Sir Thos 
Salusbury. 



Robert, Councillor of = Jane, dau. of Robert Baldwin, 



Reading, Borough 
Guardian, 1616. 
St. Giles Ward, 
1623. 



at St. Giles, Reading, 29 
June, 1617. Died 1660. Her 
mother, Joane Pigeone, was 
married to Robert Baldwin 
at St. Mary's, Reading, 5 
October, 1590. 



David, Councillor 
of Reading. 



Francis, Councillor 
of Reading, 1620. 
Will 1638. 



Elizabeth Kerby. 



Nicholas. — Margaret. 

1616-80. 



Thomas, of 

Fulborne, 
Carobs. 
Will 1639. 



Joan. Elizabeth. Lucy. Frances 



John, of Reading 
Will 1661. 
Born 25 June, 1618 



Robert, of London. 
Will 1677. 
Born 14 Nov., 1619. 



I 

Mary 



John Mewe. 

Born 1620. 



I 

Richmond, settled 
in Virginia. Grant 
of lands in New 
County Kent, 1658. 



(CAarf 4.) 



William, = Martha. 

settled in 
New Kent 
County, 
Virginia, 
1667. 
(Chart 4.) 



Robert, of Reading = Bennett 
Born 1620. Alder- 
man 1665. Mayor 
1668. A Burgess 
for Parliament. 
Died 1679. 



Francis. = Ann. 



Died 1710. 
xt. 89. 



Thomas, Mayor of Reading, = Eleanor. 
1699-1712. Burgess for 
Parliament. 



Francis, Mayor of Reading, = Rebecca. 

1680-89. Burgess for I 

Parliament. Executor of Died 1699. 
his mother's Will. 



Thomas. 

Dead in 
1639. 



Timothy of Reading. = Elizabeth. 

Born 1662. I 



Elizabeth. 

Born 1666. 



Cordelia. = John liollidge of Bristol. 
Born 1702. 
Died 1723. 



Timothy. Bom 1693. 



26 



CHART 4. 



Robert Tyrrell, of Reading (Chart 2) = Jane, dau. of Robert Baldwin, 29 June, 1617, at St. Giles' Church, Reading. 



John. Born 25 June, 
1618. Will 1661. 



Robert. Born 14 November, Richmond, of New Kent, 

1619. Will 1677. Va., in 1658. 



William, of New Kent, = Martha 
Va., in 1667. I 



Mary. = John Mewe. Born at 
Reading 2 April, 1620. 



William, of Hanover Co., Va. Died 1727. = Susannah Waters. 



Mary, baptised at St. Mary's, Reading, 24 January, 1654. 



Timothy, of New Kent, = Elizabeth, dau. of 
Va. Born 1668. John Foster. 



Robert, of Orange = 1. Mary Foster. Joseph. 
Co., Va., I = 2. Judith Towles. 

1697-1786. 



I I 
John. David. = Agatha Chiles. 

Died 1757. I 



I I I 

Henry. = 1. Ann Chiles. James. Ann. = David Lewis in 1717. 
Died 1760. | = 2. Sarah Woodson. Died 1734. I 1685-1779. 



(See page 28.) 



(See page 28.) 



Mary. Ann. 



Henry (Major). = Ann Dabney. 



Joel = Anna Lewis. 



(See page 29.) 



Dau. = Stephen Willis. 



William. — 



John. = Elizabeth 
Towles. 



1760. 

Edmond, of Orange == Margaret, 



Co., Va., 1740-84. 



3au. of 



Col. Henry Willis 
and his wife Mildred 
Washington, aunt 
of the President. 



i i i 

Ann. 

Sarah. 

Mary. 



Richmond. = Cecilia Joel. 
I Derracott, 

of Virginia. 



Martha 
Williams. 



Oliver. = Susan, dau. of 
Uriel Mallory. 



1784. | 
John, of = Rebecca Others. 
Howard Cornelius. 
Co., Mo., 
1763-1830. 



I 

Dr. George. 



Mary -Foster. 

Born 1766. 



Rueben Rucker, 

of Virginia in 1785. 



| 1814, 
Uriel, M.D. = Jane, dau. of 
I William Lovell. 



| 1806. 
Margaret. = Allan Poage. 

1790-1865. I Died 1853. 



I I 
James. = Susan Others. 
1797-1885. I Moseley Cave. 



I 1810. 
Nancy Rucker. = John Henderson, 

1789-1823. I of Boone Co., Ky. 



I 1839. 
William Lovell, of = Julia, dau. of 
Walnut Grove, John Yates, 

Charlestown, Va. 
Died 1890. 



| 1847. 
Allan Poage. Susan Catherine 
1822-65. Fraine. 1824-1905. 



Penelope. - Joseph 
1837-93. Ficklin. 

1833-87. 



| 1S45. 
William Henderson. = Martha Ann Paul, 

Born in Alabama. of Indiana. 

1820-92. 



I I I I I I I I 
William - Qaylord. 
William- Lewis. 
Peter-Higgins. 
Mary. Anna. 
Susanna. 
Frances. Jane. 



Stephen = Martha 



Willis 

(Colonel). 
1760-1830. 



Wharey. 



Oeorge B. Willis = Mary Qallaher. 

(Captain). 1804-54. | 



Vespera Montalla = Alfred Freeman. 
Willis. 1846-1902. 1847-1900. 



Julia Lovell Terrill, 

of Walnut Grove. 



Rachael Margaret = Ancll Clayton Moody. 
Poage. 1849-1907. I Born 1843. 



Walter H. Ficklin, = Mabel Rowlett 

of University Park, I Kenmuir. 
Col. Born 1873. i 



1867. 

Sarah Henderson. = Joseph Pyle Wiggins, 

Born 1847. I of Indianapolis. 



Willis Freeman. Born 1884. 



Alta Moody. = Charles D. Babb, 

Born 1867. I of Homer, Ills. 



Joseph Kenmuir Ficklin. 

Bom 1903. 



Dudley Howard Wiggins. 

Born 1871. 



Margaret Elizabeth Babb. 

Born 1899. 



28 29 

PEDIGREE OF SOME TYRRELLS OR TERRELLS, AND COLLATERALS, OF AMERICA 

(CONTINUED). 



CHART 4 (Continued). 



William Terrell, of Hanover Co., Va. 

(See page 26.) 



Susannah Waters. 



David Terrell. 

Died 1729. 



Agatha Chiles. 



Henry Terrell. 

Died 1760. 



= 1. Ann Chiles. Others. 
= 2. Sarah Woodson. 



Ann. 

Died 1734. 



Da -id Lewis in 1717. 
1685-1779. 



David. = 

1729-1805. 



5arah 
Johnson. 



Henry, of Caroline = Mary, dau. of Captain 
Co., Va. I William Tyler. Born 

1735-1812. 1743. 



Thomas. - 

1736-1804 



Rebecca 
Pentross. 



Charles 
Lynch. 



Betty. 



Zachariah 
Mtormsn. 



| 1744. 
Hannah Lewis. = James Hickman. 

1722-1822. I 1724-1816. 



Edward. = 1. Mary Johnson. 
Born 1753. I = 2. Jane Johnson. 



John, of Spotsylvania 
Co., Va. 1772-1811. 



Abigail, dau. of 
Archibald Allan. 



Joseph. 

Born 1777, 



Sallie Terrell. 



David Hickman. 

Bjrn 1749. 



Clara McClaneha 

Died 1825. 



John Harrison. 

1806-67. 



Sally Moore. 



Lynch Moore = Mattie William Henry = Eliza 

(Colonel), of Hammond. Harrison Church. 

Atlanta. Born (General). 

1834. 1829-84. 



French Jay. = Rosa 
Born 1875. I Robinson. 



i I I 
Lina Severson. 
William Henry 

Harrison. 
Norwood Lynch. 



Williamson, of Clark Co., 
Ky. 1805-73. 



Martha, 

Jarrell. 



dau. of James 
Born 1808. 



Joseph. — Mary Anderson. 

1812-73. I 



| 1818. 
David McC. Hickman = Eliza Keller 
(Captain). Born 1788. Johnston. 



Edwin Holland, of San Antonio, 
Texas. 1843-1910. Sometime 
U.S. Minister to Belgium. 



1. Mary Maverick, 
= 2. Lois Lasater. 



Charles Milton 

(General). 
1832-1904. 



Salti: 
Speike. 



Qeorge Fisher. 

1855-97. 



Maverick. 
Qeorge. 



i i 

Lewis. 
Martha. 



Lasater. 

Mary. 

Dorothy. 



i i i 

William. Henry. 
Frederick. Cordelia. 



1861. 

Hon. David H. = Anna C. Bryan. 
Hickman. 



Mary D. Hickman. 

Born 1866. 



John Ewing 
Price. 



Hickman Price. 

Bom 1886. 



Andrew Price. 

Born 1890. 




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