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THE LIBRARY 

OF 

THE UNIVERSITY 

OF CALIFORNIA 

LOS ANGELES 



One hundred and fifty copies only of 
the Foiirth Volume of "Notes" to the 
" Visitation of England and Wales " have 
been printed at my Private Press. This 
copy is No. 4 1 



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Grove Park, 

Denmark Hill, S.E. 




WmUtion 



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Cnglanti anti Wales. 



EDITED BY 



FREDERICK ARTHUR CRISP. 



NOTES 

VOL. 4. 



PRIVATELY PRINTED. 
1902. 






CONTENTS. 



COMMISSION 

To Commander William Fernell, 1762 



PAGE 
104 



GRANTS OF ARMS, &c. 

Confirmation of Arms to Lowbridge Bright, 1 779 . . . . 

Exemplification of Arms to Philip William Poole Carlyon-Britton, pursuant 

to Royal Licence, 1897 
Grant of Arms to George Buck, 1780 . 
Grant of Arms to the Rev. Thomas Carlyon, 1784 
Grant of Arms to George Stucley Stucley, 1858 
Grant of Arms to John Wilder, 1766 



70 
129 
103 
130 
III 



ILLUSTRATIONS. 



Book-plate of Allan Heywood Bright .... 

Book-plate of Arthur Henry Dan' Britton from a wood-block . 

Book-plate of Edw"* Coode ..... 

Book-plate of Alfred F. Langley .... 

Book-plate of Christopher Alexander Markham, F. S. A. 

Book-plate of Clement Molyneux Royds 

Portrait of Caroline, wife of William Simon Britton and daughter of 

Joseph Gell ...... 

Portrait of Daniel Britton of Caer Brito, Ashley Hill, Bristol . 
Miniature Portrait of Mary Anne, wife of Daniel Britton, and daught« 

of William Maillard ..... 

Portrait of Henry William Britton of Caer Brito, Ashley Hill, Bristol 
Portrait of William Simon Britton of Caer Brito, Ashley Hill, Bristol 



facingpage 5 
67 
8 

94 
16 

"43 

78 
72 

74 
80 
76 



LETTER 

From the Rev. Charles Markham, 2 June 1783 



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MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 



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Lockett Family 






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99 


PEDIGREES. 


Britton .... 67 


Penruddocke ... Jo 


Carlyon 






lOI 


Percival . 






64 


Coode . 






6 


Pilkington 






131 


Cure . 






9 


lUvington 






146 


Dugdale 






65 


Royds 






143 


Gibson . 






87 


Savage 








"39 


Jeafireson 






59 


Somers 








4 


Josselyn 






34.46 


Stucley 








125 


Langley 






90 


Tower 








V] 


Lloyd . 






135 


Tuke 








85 


Lockett 






9S 


Upcher 








149 


Manning 






los 


Waddon 








81 


Markham 






12 


Wilder 








107 


Monck . 






"3 


Woodrooffe 






I 


NichoUs 






56 


Young 






140 


Oliver . 






119 













REGISTER EXTRACTS. 



Salter Family 



30 



WILLS. 



Markham, Francis, 1661 .... 


22 


Markham, Gregory, 1632 .... 
Markham, John, 1641 ..... 
Markham, John, 1658 ..... 
Markham, Thomas, 1662 .... 


17 
19 
20 
25 



WOODCUTS OF ARMS AND SEALS. 



Batell . 


47 


Hide . ... 46 


Bawde . 


47 


Josceline, quartering Josceline, 


Bright . 


5 


Castelain, Hyde, Batell, 


Britton, quarterly with Carlyon 


70 


Enfield, Palmer and Bawde 


Carlyon . 


103 


facing page ^'1, 


Castelain 


46 


Josselyn .... 49 


Cure 


9 


Nicholls .... 56 


Cure, quarterly with Baker 




Palmer .... 47 


impaling Coape 


II 


Stucley, quarterly with Buck . 130 


Cure, quarterly with Baker 




Waddon . . . . Si, 82 


impaling Cheney 


II 


Waddon, impaling Ley . . 81 


Enfield . 


47 





NOTES. 



Pedigree of Woodrooffe. 



Woodrooffe. 

[Vol. 2, p. lO.] 



Rev. Thomas Woodrooffe, M.A. ; Chaplain to the= 
Earl of Warwick ; Rector of Chartham, co. Kent, 
3 October 1646-60; died 25 October, bur. at 
Felstead, co. Essex, 29 October 1689. Will dated 
11 September, proved 3 December 1689, by Anne 
Woodrooffe, the relict (P.C.C. 185 Ent). 



=Anne Robinson, dau. of William Robinson 
of Denston, co. Suffolk, and of Great 
Stanmore, co. Middlesex, Citizen and 
Mercer; executrix to her husband's will 
3 December 1689 ; bur. at Felstead 12 
November 1704. 

A 



Mary Woodrooffe, born 
at Felstead; mentioned 
in will of her father 1 1 
September 1689; living 
30 March 1711. 



Anne, born at Stan- 
more; mentioned in will 
of her brother, the Rev. 
Thomas Woodrooffe, 
30 March 1 7 1 1 ; marr. 
at Norton Chapel, near 
Faversham, co. Kent, 
9 September 1675, 
Thomas Walker. 



Rev. Thomas Wood- 
rooffe, born at 
Chartham 4 March 
1654; of Trinity 
College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1675, M.A. 
1679 ; Rector of 
Felstead 1712; died 
13 October 17 12, 
bur. at Felstead. 
M.I. Will dated 30 
March 1711, proved 
19 February 17 if 
(P.C.C. so Leeds). 



Rev. William Woodrooffe, B.D.,= 
Rector of Balsham, co. Cam- 
bridge ; born at Chartham 1 5 
Dec. 1656; Fellow of Queen's 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1677, 
M.A. 1681, B.D. 1690; Rector 
of West Hanningfield, co. Essex, 
Vicar of Foxton, co. Cambridge, 
1696, Rector of Balsham 1697; 
executor to will of his brother, 
the Rev. Thomas Woodrooffe, 
19 Feb. i7if ; died 20 June 
1732, bur. at Balsham. M.I. 
Will dated 23 Jan. 1727-, with 
codicil dated 14 April 1727, 
proved 2 Nov. 1732, by Eliz- 
abeth Woodrooffe, the relict 
(P.C.C. 276 Bedford). 



=Elizabeth Gur- 
don,dau.ofthe 
Rev. Nathaniel 
Gurdon of 
Assington, co. 
Suffolk, D.D.; 
marr. 2 Nov. 
1 698 ; execu- 
trix to her 
husband's will 
2 Nov. 1732; 
died, aged 69, 
26 Sept. 1 741, 
bur. at Bal- 
sham. M.I. 



Rev. Thomas Woodrooffe, born at Balsham 16 
January 170"; of Queen's College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1722, M.A. 1726; Vicar of Linton, co. Cambridge, 
1 731-41 ; died 25 April 1746, bur. at Cranham, co. 
Essex. M.I. Will dated 3 December 1733, proved 
3 June 1746 (P.C.C. 194 Edmunds). 



William Woodrooffe, born at Balsham=f=' 
22 September 1703 ; mentioned in 
will of his sister, Elizabeth Woodrooffe, 
24 April 1750; died 10 September 
1758, bur. at Cranham. M.I. 



William Woodrooffe 
of St. Matthew's, 
Friday Street, Lon- 
don ; mentioned in 
will of his aunt, EHza- 
beth Woodrooffe, 24 
April 1750; died, 
aged 27, 8 De- 
cember 1760, bur. at 
Cranham. M.I. 



Thomas Woodrooffe of= 
London, Citizen and 
Hosier ; mentioned in 
will of his aunt, Eliza- 
beth Woodrooffe, 24 
April 1750; e.xecutor to 
will of his uncle, Na- 
thaniel Woodrooffe, 12 
June 1766; died, aged 
36, 8 October 1771, 
bur. at Cranham. M.I. 



=Martha Priaulx, dau.= 
of William Priaulx of 
St. Saviour's, South- 
wark, CO. Surrey, 
apothecary and coal 
merchant; bapt.at St. 
Saviour's, Southwark, 
17 September 1743; 
died, aged 74, 9 April 
1817. 



= Ambrose Serle (widower) 
of the Transport Office, 
esquire ; Secretary to 
Earl Howe, with whom 
he went to America ; 
marr. at St. Pancras', 
London, 29 October 
1774. 



John Woodrooffe, 
born at Chartham, 
CO. Kent, 2i Jan- 
uary i6sf. 



Charles Woodrooffe, 
born in Rood's 
Parish, London, 2 
June 1662. 



George Andrewes of Felstead,^ 
CO. Essex, esquire; executor to 
will of his brother, the Rev. 
Thomas Woodrooffe, 19 Feb- 
ruary 1 7 if; died, aged 77, 
6 May 1742, bur. at Felstead. 
M.I. 



=Essex, born at Spring- 
field, CO. Essex, 16 
October 1663; died 
2 January 1748, bur. 
at Felstead. M.I. 



/K 



Rev. John Woodrooffe, born at Balsham,= 
CO. Cambridge, 15 April 1705 ; of Clare 
Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1726, M.A. 1730; 
Rector of Cranham, co. Essex, 1734-86; 
executor to will of his brother, the Rev. 
Thomas Woodrooffe, 3 June 1746, to 
will of his sister, Elizabeth Woodrooffe, 

14 May 1764, and to will of his brother, 
Nathaniel Woodrooffe, 12 June 1766; 
died 2 March 1786, bur. at Cranham. 
M.I. Will dated $ April 1780, proved 

15 April 1786, by Thomas Woodrooffe 
(P.CC. 253 Norfolk). 



Catherine Pock- 
lington, dau. of 
the Rev. Oliver 
Pocklington, Rec- 
tor of Chelmsford, 
CO. Essex ; died i 
May 1783, bur. at 
Cranham. M.I. 



Nathaniel Woodrooffe ; Citizen 
and Hosier at the sign of the 
Unicorn, Cheapside, London ; 
executor to will of his brother, 
the Rev. Thomas ^Voodrooffe, 
3 June 1746, and to will of his 
sister, Elizabeth Woodrooffe, 14 
May 1764; died 27 May 1766, 
bur. at Cranham. M.I. Will 
dated 6 July 1765, proved 12 
June 1766, by John Woodrooffe 
and Thomas Woodrooffe (P.CC. 
251 Tyndall). 



Catharine Barbor, sth dau. of= 
Richard Barbor of Brentwood, 
CO. Essex, Citizen and Fish- 
monger of London, by Sarah 
his wife, dau. of Edmund Cooke 
of East Hanney, co. Berks ; 
bom 17 July 1760, bapt. at 
Brentwood ; marr. at Wands- 
worth, co. Surrey, 21 June 1787; 
died, aged 40, 10 January 1799, 
bur. at Ockley, co. Surrey, 
ist wife. 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. II., page JO.) 



=Rev. Thomas Woodrooffe, bom at Cranham= 
5 March 1750; B.D. and Fellow of Clare 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1770; Vicar of 
Oving, CO. Sussex, 1 799-1814, Rector of 
Ockley 1784 till his death; J. P. for co. 
Surrey; died, aged 68, 8 March 181 7, 
bur. at Ockley. Will dated 30 April 1808, 
with two codicils dated respectively 26 
June 181 1 and 19 February 1817, proved 
3 June 1817 (P.CC.) 



=Sarah Barnard of 
Westcott, Dork- 
ing, CO. Surrey ; 
marr. at Dorking 
6 February 1 800 ; 
died s.p., aged 60, 
3 March 1808, 
bur. at Ockley. 
2nd wife. 




Rev. Nathaniel George Woodrooffe, born 6 April=f=Anne Cox, dau. of John Cox of Harwich, 



1766; of St. Edmund's Hall, Oxford, matriculated 
24 October 1786, aged 21, B.A. 1790, M.A. 1793; 
Rector of Somerford Keynes, co. Wilts, 1803-51 ; 
died 30 October 185 1, bur. at Somerford Keynes. 
M.I. 



Essex, esquire; born 14 July 1766; 
authoress ; marr. at Streatham, co. Surrey, 
27 July 1803 ; died 24 March 1830, bur. at 
Somerford Keynes. M.I. {See" Dictionary 0/ 
National Biography," Vol. LXII, page 407.) 



Thomas Wood, esquire ; bom=Emma Martha, born at King's Square, 
at Caversham, co. Oxford, Bristol, 30 May 1807 ; marr. 5 Feb- 
8 May 1799; died s.p. at ruary 1852; died at Ealing, co. Middlesex, 
Twyford Abbey, co. Middlesex, 6 May, bur. at Twyford Abbey 1 1 May 
19 December 1865. 1893. 



Two children, died 
in infancy, bur. at 
Somerford Keynes. 



Robert Woodrooffe, born at 
Leighs, CO. Essex, 6 January 
i66|; living ii September 
1689. 



John Woodrooffe, born at Felstead, 
CO. Essex, 17 August 1666; died 
before n September 1689. 



James Woodrooffe, born at 
Felstead 13 May 1672; died 
before 11 September 1689. 



Rev. Brampton Gurdon, educated at=j=Arm, bom at Balsham, 

Boxford and Bury, admitted Pensioner 

of Caius College, Cambridge, 8 July 

1725, aged 18, Scholar 1725-30, M.A. ; 

Deacon 31 May 1730, Priest 4 June 

1732, Official of Sudbury, Vicar of 

Assington and Rector of Milden, co. 

Suffolk; died, aged 72, 21 August 

1780, bur. at Assington. M.I. Will 

dated (blank) 1778, proved 16 

September 1780 (P.C.C. 436 Collins). 



CO. Cambridge, 6 De- 
cember 1708; marr. at 
Cranham, co. Essex, 24 
September 1745; execu- 
trix to her husband's 
will 16 September 1780; 
died 10 January 1789, 
bur. at Assington. M.I. 



Elizabeth Woodrooffe of 
Friday Street, Cheapside, 
London ; born at Balsham 
13 November 1710; died 
3 February 1764, bur. at 
Cranham. M.I. Will dated 
24 April 1750, with codicil 
dated 30 August 1763, 
proved 14 May 1764, 
by John Woodrooffe and 
NathanielWoodrooffe(P.C.C. 
73 Trenley). 



John Woodrooffe, 
born at Cranham 
IS August 1751; 
died 9 March 1752. 



Rev. William Herringham ; of Clare College,= 
Cambridge, B.D. 1791 ; Rector of Chad well 
St. Mary and Borley, co. Essex, Prebendary of 
Mora, St. Paul's Cathedral; died, aged 61, 
22 February 1819, bur. at Borley. M.I. 



=Anne, born at Cranham 
2 May 1754; marr. there 
2 June 1785 ; died 30 
March 1823, bur. at 
Borley. M.I. 



John Woodrooffe, Secretary 
to the Transport Board ; 
mentioned in the first codicil 
to the will of his father 
26 June i8ii; marr. Jane 
Lovegrove. He died s.p. 



William Woodrooffe, bom at 
Cranham 21 August 1770; 
died in infancy. 



Martha Woodrooffe, bur. 
Cranham 9 April 1768. 



at 



Martha Woodrooffe, died at 
Beckenham, co. Kent, aged 83, 
I September 1852. M.I. 



Elizabeth Woodrooffe, died at 
Beckenham, aged 69, 11 July 
1840, bur. there. M.I. 



•Somers. 

[Vol. 2, p. 15.] 



Pedigree of Somers. 

Mary, bur. in the=f=John Somers of The Friars,=j=Mary Tyson, marr. at Henbury.co. Gloucester, 



chancel of St. 
Mary le Port, 
Bristol, 28 April 
1699. ist wife. 



Bristol ; bur. at St. Mar/ 
le Port, Bristol, 19 Novem- 
ber 1708. Will dated 16 
November 1708. 



I 
Mary Somers, 

bur. in the 
chancel of St. 
Mary le Port, 
Bristol, 19 Sep- 
tember 1698. 



John Somers of Nempnett= 
Thrubwell, co. Somerset, 
esquire; J. P. for co. Somer- 
set ; bur. at Burrington, 
CO. Somerset, 10 October 
1778. M.I. 



15 August 1704; marr. 2ndly Admiral Sir 
William Whetstone, knight, who died in 
1 7 II {^see '■'■Dictionary of National Biography" 
Vol. LX., page 4jj) ; marr. 3rdly William 
Saunders of Cote, Westbury-on-Trym, co. 
Gloucester, esquire. She died 27 July 1731. 
2nd wife. 



=Mary Jones, dau. of Colonel John Jones of 
Langford Court, Burrington ; mentioned as 
not 16 in will of her father 24 February i7i|^, 
and in will of her brother, Edward Jones, 
16 April 1743; marriage settlement dated 
20 October 1737 ; died, aged 40, 4 October, 
bur. at Burrington 8 October 1750. M.I. 



I I 

Edward Somers=j=Sarah Pnce, John Somers,= 

marr. at Nemp- bapt. privately 
nett Thrubwell at Nempnett 
9 March 1780. Thrubwell 14 
April, and re- 
ceived into the 
church there 
4 June 1745. 



of Nempnett 
Thrubwell ; bur. 
at Winford, co. 
Somerset, 24june 
1790. 



Richard Somers, 
bapt. at Nemp- 
nett Thrubwell 
8 June 1746; 
bur. there 2 1 
December 1750. 



Mary, married 
James Matthews 
of Cheltenham, 
CO. Gloucester ; 
Captain North 
Gloucestershire 
Militia. 



Benjamin Somers of Mendip Lodge, =i=Mary Pope, dau. of Jeremiah Pope of The Hyde, 



in the parish of Churchill, co. Somerset ; 
bapt. at Nempnett Thrubwell 5 October 
1784; died, aged 66, 31 July, bur. at 
Burrington 7 August 1848. M.I. 



Abbots Langley, co. Hertford ; bom 2 1 December 
1794, bapt. at Abbots Langley 16 January 1795; 
marr. at Flamstead, co. Hertford, 29 April 1811 ; 
died, aged 83, 9 December, bur. at Burrington 14 
December 1878. M.I. 



A\ 



For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. II., page ij.) 



Frances, bapt. at Nempnett 
Thrubwell 5 October 1784; 
marr. Richard Paul Sayer of 
Aston, CO. Salop. 



Mary Ann Somers, bapt. at Winford, 
CO. Somerset, 27 June 1790; died 
unmarried, bur. at Highgate, co. 
Middlesex. M.I. 



Edward Somers, 
lost at sea. 




^lait iLi^'mu^nt^ itlrmlit. 




Confirmation of Arms to Lowbridge Bright, Bright. 

jyyQ [Vol. 2, p. i6.] 

To All and Singular to whom these Presents 
shall come Thomas Browne Esquire Garter 
Principal King of Arms and Ralph Bigland 
Esquire Clarenceux King of Arms of the South 
East and West Parts of England from the River 
Trent Southwards send Greeting. Whereas 
Lowbridge Bright of Brocksbury in the County 
of Hereford Esquire and of the City of Bristol 
hath represented unto the Right Honorable 
Thomas Earl of Effingham Deputy with the 
Royal Approbation to the Most Noble Charles 
Duke of Norfolk Earl Marshal and hereditary 
Marshal of England that he is the only Son and 
Heir of Robert Bright of Brockbury Esquire 
Lord of that Manor by Dorothy his Wife 
Daughter and Coheir of Edward Lowbridge of 
the City of Worcester Esquire which Robert was son of Henry son of 
Robert, son of Robert, who was son of Robert Bright of Brockbury son 
of Henry who purchased the same that the last mentioned Robert 
Bright his Ancestor had a Grant of Arms and Crest from William 
Ryley Norroy King of Arms in the Reign of Charles the Second during 
the Usurpation of that Office by the said William Ryley and having 
been informed that Patents of Arms granted at that Time are illegal he 
requested his Lordships Warrant for our confirming and exemplifying 
to him and his Descendants and the Descendants of Henry Bright of 
Brockbury Esquire his Grandfather the same Arms and Crest. And 
forasmuch as his Lordship did by Warrant under his Hand and Seal 
bearing date the fifteenth day of June instant authorize and direct Us to 
confirm and exemplify the same accordingly. Know Ye therefore that We 
the said Garter and Clarenceux in pursuance of the Consent of the said 
Earl of Effingham and by Virtue of the Letters Patent of our Several 
Offices to each of Us respectively granted under the Great Seal of 
Great Britain do by these Presents confirm and exemplify to the said 
Lowbridge Bright the Arms following that is to say Azure a Fess wavy 
Erminois in Chief three Crescents Argent And for the Crest on a 
Wreath of the Colours A Crescent as in the Arms between the Horns 
an Estoile Or as the same are in the Margin hereof more plainly 
depicted to be borne and used for ever hereafter by him the said 
Lowbridge Bright and his Descendants and by the Descendants of his 
grandfather Henry Bright aforesaid with due and proper Differences 
according to the Laws of Arms without the Let or Interruption of any 
Person or Persons whatsoever. In Witness whereof We the said Garter 
and Clarenceux Kings of Arms have to these Presents subscribed our 
Names and affixed the Seals of our several Offices this twenty fourth 
Day of June in the nineteenth Year of the Reign of our Sovereign 
Lord George the Third by the Grace of God King of Great Britain 
France and Ireland Defender of the Faith &c. And in the Year of our 
Lord one thousand seven hundred and seventy nine. 



Thomas Browne, 

Garter, Principal King of Arms. 



Ralph Bigland, 

Clarenceux King of Arms. 



Coode. 

[Vol. 2, p. i8.] 



Pedigree of Coode. 



John Coode of Menheniot,= 
CO. Cornwall. 



John Coode of Menheniot ;=j=Blanche, bur. at 



bapt. in 1554; bur. 
Menheniot in 1590. 



at 



Menheniot in 1594. 



Francis Coode, bapt. 
at Menheniot in 
1560. 



Edward Coode of Tresa in Sithney, co. Cornwall,=j=Jane Kestell, dau. of Mary Coode. 

gent; died in 1644. Will dated 14 October 1643, William Kestell; marr. 

proved I October 1644 (Arch: Court of Cornwall), at St. Pinnock, co. 

Cornwall, 3oApril 1 5 99. Catherine Coode. 



Edward Coode of Tresa=j=Philippa Keigwin, 



in Sithney ; bapt. at St. 
Pinnock 29 November 
160 1 ; of Wadham Col- 
lege, Oxford,matriculated 
24 November 1620, aged 
18; died,aged62,injune 
1662, bur. at Sithney. 
M.I. Will dated i June 
1661, proved 25 Feb- 
ruary 1 665 (Arch: Court 
of Cornwall). , 



dau. of Richard 
Keigwin of Paule, 
CO. Cornwall; mar- 
riage licence at 
Exeter dated 20 
August 1628 (mar- 
riage settlements 
dated 30 April 
1633)- 



John Coode=pMary Orchard, 
of Methleigh, dau. of the 



CO. Cornwall, 
gent ; died, 
aged 61, 25 
Sept. 1675, 
bur.atBreage. 
M.I. Will 
dated 1 6 July 
1675, proved 
12 Jan. 167! 
(Arch: Court 
of Cornwall). 



Rev. William 
Orchard, Vicar 
ofBreage. Will 
dated i No- 
vember 1693, 
proved in 1696 
(Arch: Court 
of Cornwall). 



Elizabeth Coode. 



Margaret Coode. 

Dorcas, bapt. at 
St. Pinnock 30 
March 1600 ; 
married George 
Orchard before 
14 October 1643. 



1 1 

Edward Coode, 


1 
William Coode of Fowey and of 


1 
Samuel Coode= 


f=Joan Jago, dau. of the 


died s.p. 22 


Breage, co. Cornwall, merchant ; 


of Methleigh; 


Rev. Robert Jago, 


January 167^. 


granted a lease in Breage 1677, 


bur. at Breage 


Vicar of Wendron, co. 




had a lease in Methleigh 1675 ; 


in 1743. Will 


Cornwall ; marr. at 




died s.p. in 1680, bur. at Breage. 


dated 26 May 


Wendron 2 5 September 


John Coode, 




1716. 


1684. 


died s.p. 






B 



Rev. Samuel Coode, bapt. at Breage 7 March 169!; of 
Exeter College, Oxford, matriculated 18 November 1712, 
B.A. 1 7 16, M.A. 17 19; Vicar of St. Clement's, co. 
Cornwall, i June 1730; died s.p., bur. at Breage 5 July 
1730. 



John Coode, bapt. at Breage 26 
December 1699; Steward of the 
Manor of Methleigh; died s.p., 
bur. at Breage 20 September 1 733. 



John Coode of Breage, CO. Cornwall ,-=]=Margaret Lanion of Luke Coode, Peter Coode, bapt. 
bapt. at Menheniot, co. Cornwall, in Breage. Will dated bapt. at Men- at Menheniot in 
i^-jS {Inq. de Lun. 12 Jac. I.) Will 1634, proved in heniotin 1583. 1585. 
dated 19 October 161 2, proved in 1635. 
161 5 (Arch: Court of Cornwall). 



Thomasin Loveday Coode, Elizabeth, marr. Blanch, marr. at Madron, co. Cornwall, 29 

Coode. bapt. at Breage 1 1 John Gere of April 16 16, Edward Noye of Paule, co. 

May 1600. St. Keverne, CO. Cornwall. She was bur. at Paule 17 

Cornwall. December 1695. 



Edward Coode of Meth-^f^Mary Speed, dau. 



leigh and Penryn, 
Cornwall ; bapt. at Breage 
3 October 1704 ; surgeon ; 
died 27 November, bur. at 
St. Gluvias, CO. Cornwall, 
30 November 1776. Will 
dated 3 June 1771, proved 
at Exeter 13 June 1777. 



of Daniel Speed of 
Shepton Mallet, co. 
Somerset, and relict 
of Peter Pender, 
Mayor of Falmouth, 
CO. Cornwall, in 
1 7 1 3, who died circa 
November 1730. 



Jane, married 
WilliamPenrose 
of Penrose, co. 
Cornwall. She 
died s.p., aged 
75- 



Mary Coode. 
Will dated 20 
April 1749, 
proved i 6 
May 1750 
(Arch; Court 
of Cornwall). 



Joan Coode, 
died, aged 
19. 



Edward Coode of Penryn ; born= 
12 April, bapt. at Helston, co. 
Cornwall, 9 May 1735 ; bur. at 
St. Gluvias 6 April 1807. 



I I 

=Betty Penrose, dau. of the Samuel Coode, Jane Coode, 

Rev. John Penrose, Vicar of died in infancy, died in in- 

St. Gluvias ; marr. there fancy. 
14 June 1764. 



I 
Edward Coode of St. Austell, co. Cornwall; born= 
7 August, bapt. at St. Gluvias 12 September 1766; 
Clerk of the Peace and Treasurer for co. Cornwall ; 
died, aged 79, 27 April, bur. at St. Austell 3 May 
1845. M.I. Will dated 12 May 1841, with two 
codicils dated respectively 13 December 1843 ^'^'^ 
23 January 1844, proved (P.C.C. 625, 45) 4 August 
1845, by Edward Coode, the son, the Exor. 



Dorothy Robins, dau. 
of Thomas and Caro- 
line Robins of St. 
Austell ; bapt. there 
27 August 1765 ; 
marr. at St. Gluvias 
3 May 1790; died 
10 April, bur. at St. 
Austell 15 April 1848. 
M.I. Inscription on 
window South-East. 



I I 
Jane Coode, 

born 25 Octo- 
ber 1767. 



Samuel Coode, 
born 1 7 Feb- 
ruary 1769 ; 
died 13 August 
1770. 



(^For issue see "Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. II., page 18.) 



John Coode of Breage, co. Cornwall ; bapt. there=f=Jane Praed, dau. of William Praed 



2 October 1597; aged 6 years and 6 months in 1614; 
died, aged 76, bur. at Breage 2 February 167^. M.I. 



of St. Uny, Lelant, co. Cornwall ; 
died, aged 30, bur. at Breage 
6 September 1626. 



William Coode, aged 
I in 1620; died, aged 
70, bur. 4 February 

Tfi89 



James Coode, bapt. at Breage 29 
September 1628 ; Steward of Manor 
of Methleigh, co. Cornwall ; died 
in 1673. Will dated 30 January 
167I, proved 18 June 1673. 



Edward Coode. 



John Coode, bur. 
at Breage. 



Joshua Coode, 
bur. at Breage 
5 September 
1666 



Thomas Coode. Michael Coode ; Margaret, married Loveday, marr. Thomas Cowling, 

Will proved in executor to will of John Tregwithen. bapt. at Madron, co. Cornwall, 20 

1694. his brother, James May 1632; living 19 September 

Coode, 18 June 1653. =p 

1673. A 



I 
Prudence, marr. 
. . . Spernon. 



Jane, marr. Sampson Sandys of Lanarth in 
Keverne, co. Cornwall. =;= 



St. Patience Coode, 
died in 1698. 



I 
Betty, born 9 
October 1770; 
marr. Stephen 
Johns. 



Frances Coode, born 30 March 
1772. _ 

Harriet Coode, bom 10 January 
1774; died 7 May 1778. 



I 
Charlotte Dorothy 
Coode, born 22 
June 1775 ; died 
I June 1813. 



Samuel Coode, born 
28 January 1777. 



Lucy Coode, born 
14 January 1778. 



Vice- Admiral Sir John Coode, K.C.B.; born at Penryn,= 
CO. Cornwall, 11 February 1779; entered the Royal 
Navy 16 June 1793, Captain 21 October 1810, Rear- 
Admiral 26 June 1847, Vice-Admiral 27 May 1854 ; 
created C.B. 19 September i8i6, K.C.B. 5 July 1855: 
died at Plymouth, co. Devon, 19 January 1858, bur. 
there {Gent.'s Magazine, Vol. 80, part i., page 6g ; 
84, i., 600; 86, it., 262.) Will dated 24 March 1849, 
with four codicils dated respectively 28 April 1849, 
10 January 1852, 5 June 1857 and 21 November 1857, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 106, 58; 5 March 1858, by Edward 
Coode of St. Austell, co. Cornwall, and William Henry 
Prance of Plymouth, co. Devon, the Exors. 



=Elizabeth Penrose, 
dau. and heiress of 
Vice -Admiral Sir 
Charles Vinicombe 
Penrose, K.C. B. ; 
born at Breage 7 
January 1788 ; marr. 
at St. Winnow, co. 
Cornwall, 8 February 
1819 ; died at Ply- 
mouth 7 March 1849, 
bur. at St. Winnow. 
M.I. 



Charles Coode, 
born 22 March 
1780. _ 

Willi.im Coode, 
died in infancy. 



Mary, married 
James Holland. 




(a//'.- ( r^r>a/' 



Pedigree of Cure. 



Cure. 

[Vol. 2, p. 22.] 



Thomas Cure of St. Saviour's, Southwark, co. Surrey,= 
Sadler to King Edward VI., Queen Mary and Queen 
Elizabeth. Will dated 24 May 1588, proved 22 June 
1588 (P.C.C. 43 Rutland). 



'Anna, executrix 
to her husband's 
will 22 June 
1588. 



Ellen Brereton,^ 
dau. of Owen 
Brereton of Bur- 
ras,co. Denbigh; 
living 8 July 
1 6 1 3 ( Chan : 
Suit 1632). I St 
wife. 



=j=George Cure ofNewington, CO. Surrey, esquire ;=^Anne Lloyd.=Letitia, marr. in 
admitted to the Inner Temple November 2nd wife. 1630. {Chan: 

1582; received confirmation of arms from Suit 1632.) 3rd 

Robert Cooke, Clarencieux, 29 May 1588; wife, 

executor to his father's will 22 June 1588; 
aged 75 in 1630; died before 29 January 
163I {Chan: Pro: Car: /., C. 48, J4). 




t c^^^ 




From the Confirmation of Arms to 

George Cure of London, by Robert 

Cooke, Clarencieux, 29 May 1588. 



Thomas Cure of= 
Newington, co. 
Surrey ; aged 30 
in 1623. AdiSon 
was granted 2 1 
October 1637, to 
Lettice Cure, the 
relict (P.C.C. 

116, 1637). 



=Lettice Littlebury, 
dau. of Edward 
Littlebury of En- 
field, CO. Middlesex ; 
marr. before 8 July 
161 3, date of mar- 
riage settlement 
{Chan: Suit 1632); 
living 21 Oct. 1637. 



Roger Middleton of Plas Cadwgan,= 
Wrexham, co. Denbigh ; sworn 
a Burgess of Denbigh 20 August 
1605 ; aged 44 in 1622 ; men- 
tioned in will of his uncle. Sir 
Hugh Middleton, Bart., 21 No- 
vember 1631 ; bur. at Wrexham 
29 August 1642. 



=Anne, mentioned 
in the will of 
her uncle, Hugh 
Brooker, 31 De- 
cember 1607 ; 
bur. at Wrexham 
1 4 December 
1638. 



A\ 



George Cure of Newington, co. Surrey, and of the=j=Frances Jones, dau. of Ellen Cure, bapt. 



Inner Temple, London, esquire ; admitted to the 
Inner Temple November 1634, Barrister-at-Law 
1644, Bencher 1662; living 17 May 1641 {Chan: 
Pro: Car: I., C. 1 1 J, 52); administrator to his 
daughter, Elizabeth Cure, 3 November 1683. 



Abraham Jones of Wei- at St. Mary, 
ford, CO. Berks, esquire; Newington, 5 
marr. before 20 May March 16 if. 
1640 {Chan: Pro: 
Car: /., C. pp, 2). 



I I 

Abraham Cure, bapt. at Welford,=i=Elizabeth. Elizabeth Cure of St. Clement Danes', co. 



CO. Berks, 25 January 164" 



Middlesex. Admon was granted 3 November 
1683, to her father. 

c 



Thomas Cure of=T=Christian Patten- Thomas Edmunds of Kingston,=j=Elizabeth, marr. 



Southwark, co. Sur- 
rey; executor to his 
father's will 22 June 
1588 ; living 31 
December 1607. 



son, dau. of 
Brian Pattenson 
of Southwark. 



CO. Surrey, and of St. Saviour's, 
Southwark. Will dated 5 August 
1606. Admon was granted 26 No- 
vember 1607, to Thomas Perryn, 
kinsman (P.C.C. 86 Huddleston). 



before 2^ May 
1 588; died before 
5 August 1606. 



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A 



Margaret, marr. Hugh Brooker of St. Saviour's, Southwark,= 
before 24 May co. Surrey, and of the Inner Temple, London, 
1588, Thomas esquire; admitted to the Inner Temple No- 
Wylde of Ed- vember 1581, Prothonotary of the Court of 
monton, co. Common Pleas, Bencher 1591 ; executor to 
Middlesex. will of Thomas Cure 22 June 1588. Will 

dated 31 December 1607, proved 3 February 
i6o|^ (P.C.C. 15 Windebanck). 



I 
=Jane, executrix 
to her husband's 
will 3 February 
i6o| ; married 
2ndiy John 

Urrick of South- 
wark ; living in 
1623. 



Joan Cure, 
probably died 
before 24May 
1588. 



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Mark Lenne of St. Bride's, Fleet Street, London ?=j=Jane, bapt. at St.=Francis Braxton, 



Citizen and Painter Stainer ; marr. in 1636. Will 
dated 13 November 1637, proved (P.C.C. 166 
Goare) 9 December 1637, by Humphrey Lenne, 
brother. 



Mary, Newington, 
CO. Surrey, 4 Oc- 
tober 1618 ; living 
17 May 1 64 1. 



Citizen and Painter 
Stainer ; marr. in 
1639 ; living 17 
May 1 64 1. 



/K 



Thomas Cure, bapt. at 
St. Mary, Newington, 
3 November 1620. 



Elizabeth Cure, bapt. at St. Mary, 
Newington, 3 November 1620; 
bur. 5 November 1636. 



Lettice Cure, bapt. at St. Mary, 
Newing jn, 27 December 1630; 
bur. 28 October 1636. 



George Cure of St. Martin-in-the-Fields,=f=Margaret Baker ; marriage licence (Vicar-General's) 

■\/r:jjl TT_L_l_*. . \ __ J-.-_j-_c — i 1 _£0. „u^tl ^J_. AJ:^;^ 



CO. Middlesex, Upholsterer; aged 23 
22 September 1684; died before 2 De 
cember 1723. 



dated 22 September 1684, she then aged 24. Adfnon 
was granted 2 December 1723, to George Cure, the 
son (P.C.C.) 



Elizabeth Hampson,==George Cure of 
dau. of Sir George Haymarket, London 



Hampson of St. 
Michael's, co. Glou- 
cester, Bart. ; died 
19 November 1733. 
1st wife. 



Up- 
holsterer to the Prince of 
Wales ; administrator to 
his mother 2 December 
1723, and to his sister, 
Mary Cure, 28 March 1727. 



the=f=Catherine Payne, 



dau. of Capel 
Payne of St. 
Anne's, Westmin- 
ster, esquire. 2nd 
wife. 



Mary Cure of St. Martin- 
in-the-Fields, co. Middle- 
sex. Adrnon was grantee 
(Archdeaconry Court of 
Middlesex) 28 March 
1727, to George Cure, 
the brother. 



George Cure of Eversley, co. Berks ; educated at^Mary Willis Freeman, dau. of Benedict 
Harrow and at St. John's College, O.xford, matriculated Freeman of Windsor, co. Berks ; 
8 July 1761, aged 17, B.C.L. 1768. marr. in 1784. 



Elizabeth, marr.= 
in 1771 j died, 
aged 21, 10 Sep- 
tember 1773, 
bur. at Bobbing- 
worth, CO. Essex. 
M.I. ist wife. 



=Capel Cure of Great George Street, Westminster, and= 
afterwards of Blake Hall, Bobbingworth, esquire ; bapt. 
at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, co. Middlesex, 26 March 
174I; bought Blake Hall of Sir Narborough D'Aeth 
in 1789; died, aged 75, 21 January, bur. at Bobbingworth 
28 January 1820. M.I. 




Arms from Monumental Inscription in 

Bobbingworth Church to Capel Cure, 

husband of Elizabeth and Joanna. 



=Joanna Coape, dau. 
of John Coape of 
Oxton, CO. Notting- 
ham ; marr. at 
Bobbingworth 1 1 
November 1790 ; 
died, aged 43, 3 
June, bur. at Bob- 
bingworth 10 June 
1804. M.I. 2nd 
wife. 



Capel Cure of Blake Hall, Bobbingworth ; born at 37 Great George= 
Street, Westminster, 9 January 1797; educated at Winchester and 
at Christ Church, Oxford, matricula- 
ted 23 May 181 7, aged 19, B.A. 
182 1 ; entered Lincoln's Inn in 
181 9; J. P. and D.L. for co. Essex, 
High Sheriff 1830; died, aged 81, 
I February, bur. at Bobbingworth 
8 February 1878. M.I. Will dated 
10 July 1876, with codicil of same 
date, proved in the Principal 
Registry 15 February 1878, by 
Frederica Cure, the relict. 




=Frederica Cheney, eldest 
dau. of Lieut.-General 
Robert Cheney of 
Langley Hall, co. Derby, 
Aide-de-Camp to H.M. 
King George III. ; born 
at Winkfield, co. Berks, 
I May, bapt. there 7 July 
1801 ; marr. at St. Mary's, 
Beverley, co. York, 27 
February 1822 ; died, 
aged 76, 23 February, 
bur. at Bobbingworth 
28 February 1878. M.I. 
Will dated 12 February 
1878, proved in the 
Principal Registry 6 
March 1878, by Alfred 
Capel Cure, the son, the 
Exor. 



Arms from Monumental Inscription in 
Bobbingworth Church to Capel Cure, 
husband of Frederica Cheney. /t\ 

For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. 2, page 22. 
II 



Markham. 

[Vol. 2, p. 29.2 



Pedigree of Markham. 



William Markham of Great Creaton, co.= 
Northampton; born circa 1530; died in 
1605, bur. at Great Creaton. 



Gregory Markham of St. Michael's, Cornhill,=j=Elizabeth, marr. Edward Boone, =j=Anne, died 



London ; Citizen and Skinner ; apprenticed 
to the Skinners' Company 24 June 1593, 
admitted to the freedom 5 July 1600; bur. 
at St. Michael's, Cornhill, 28 June 1632, 
"Gregory Markham the elder, housekeeper, 
free of the Skinners' and a widower." {St. 
Michael's Parish Register). Will dated 2 April 
1632, proved 2 July 1632 (P.C.C. ?>^Audley). 



about 1598; bur. 
at St. Michael's, 
Cornhill, 29 Jan- 
uary 1 62-2-. 



living \2 April 
1632. 



before 2 
April 1632. 



A 



Rev. Francis Markham, Rector of Great Creaton ; born in November= 
1601 ; admitted to Merchant Taylor's School in January 16"^; of 
Magdalen Hall, Oxford, matriculated 6 November 1618, aged 17, 
B.A. 1622, M.A. 1624; Rector of Great Creaton 1626; executor 
to his father's will 2 July 1632; died 26 June 1661, bur. in the 
chancel at Great Creaton. Will dated 8 June 1661, proved 
14 February 166^ (P.C.C. 22 Laud). 



=Joan Clement, born in 
1602; executrix to her 
husband's will 14 February 
i66|; died 16 June 1686, 
bur. in the church at Great 
Creaton. 



James Markham of Great Creaton,= 
gent ; mentioned in his father's will 
8 June 1661 ; bur. at Creaton. M.I. 
Will dated 19 April 1692, proved 
8 November 1692 (P.C.C. 209 Fane). 



A 



=Elizabeth ; 
executrix 
to her hus- 
band's will 
8 Novem- 
ber 1692. 



Gregory Markham ; 
mentioned in will 
of his brother, James 
Markham, 19 April 
1692 ; marr. Sarah 
Warwick. =j= 



Elizabeth, marr. after 
8 June 1 66 1, William 
Vincent of Thornton, 
CO. Leicester ; aged 
49 in 1682. 



I 



Francis Markham, 
living 8 June 1661. 



Martha Markham, bur. 
at Creaton i January 
1 7 If 



Rev. George Castel, Vicar 
of Bitteswell ; born in 
1623; died 10 September 
1704. 



=Mar)', marr. before 
8 June 1661 ; died 
10 November 1680. 



John Markham of Great= 
Creaton, co. North- 
ampton, yeoman ; men- 
tioned in will of his 
brother, Gregory Mark- 
ham, 2 April 1632. 
Will dated 22 April 
1 64 1, proved at North- 
ampton 14 May 1 64 1. 
(///. Series, B 261.) 



^Dorothy Pear- 
son, dau. of 
John Pearson 
of Spratton, co. 
Northampton ; 
executrix to her 
husband's will 
14 May 1641 ; 
died s.p. 



Thomas Markham of= 
Great Creaton, yeo- 
man ; mentioned in 
will of his brother, 
Gregory Markham, 
2 April 1632, and 
of his brother, John 
Markham, 22 April 
1 64 1. Will dated 13 
June 1662, proved 
at Northampton 9 
January i66f. 



Henry Allen= 
of Great 
Creaton. 



A\ 



William Markham ;- 
mentioned in will 
of his uncle, John 
Markham, 22 April 
1641 ; executor to 
his father's will 9 
January i66f. 



A 



William Conquest,= 
living 13 June 
1662. 



living 13 
June 1662. 



Henry Lucas of= 
Guilsborough, 
CO. Northamp- 
ton. 



=Elizabeth, died, 
aged 65, 2 May 
1706, and bur. 
at Old, CO. 
Northampton 



/N 



I 
Gregory Markham, Citizen=j=Rose Scarborough, 



and Skinner; born 12 March 
i6o|^; admitted to Merchant 
Taylor's School in i6i|^; 
a Freeman of the Skinner's 
Company 8 July 1626; bur. 
6 April 1 666; "Greg: Mark- 
ham upholster, our neighbour 
in Little More fields." 
{Smith's Obituary.) 



marr. at All Hallow's 
in the Wall, London, 
23 January i62|. 



Randall Wilbraham= 
ofSt.MartinOutwich, 
London, Citizen and 
Merchant Tailor ; 
living 2 April 1632. 



=Martha, marr. at 
St. Michael's, Corn- 
hill, London, 24 
February i62|. 



A\ 



Joseph Markham, 
bapt. at St. 
Michael's, Corn- 
hill, London, 8 
Januaryi62f ;bur. 
there 22 August 
1624. 



Ann Markham, 
bapt. at St. 
Michael's, Corn- 
hill, London, 16 
July, and bur. 
there 24 July 
1626. 



Alice Markham, bapt. 
at St. Michael's, 
Cornhill, London, 
30 November 1627; 
bur. there 9 Sep- 
tember 1630. 



Sarah Markham, 
bapt. at St. 
Michael's, Corn- 
hill, London, 19 
February 1628. 



Mary Markham, 
bapt. at St. 
Michael'SjCorn- 
hill, London, 19 
February 1628. 



13 



William Markham of St. Leonard's,^ 
Foster Lane, London, Citizen and 
Skinner ; born 29 October 1605 ; 
admitted to Merchant Taylor's 
School in 16 17. Will dated 27 
September 1647, proved 19 Oc- 
tober 1647 (P.C.C. 214 Fines). 



=Joice ; executrix 
to her husband's 
will 1 9 October 
1647 ; living 10 
January i64|-. 



Thomas Markham, 
bapt. at St. Michael's, 
Cornhill, London, 16 
August, and bur. there 
20 August 1607. 



Elizabeth Mark- 
ham, bapt. at St. 
Michael's, Corn- 
hill, London, 14 
August 1608 ; 
bur. there 3 1 
October 16 14. 



/K 



John Markham of St. Martin= 
Outwich, London, merchant ; 
born 20 August, bapt. at St. 
Michael's, Cornhill, London, 24 
September 1609; admitted to 
Merchant Taylor's School in 
161 7; mentioned in his father's 
will 2 April 1632. Will dated 
9 September 1658, proved 12 
October 1658 (P.C.C. 566 
VVooiton). 



=Elizabeth Simpson, dau. Elizabeth, living 9 
of John Simpson of September 1658; 
St. Albans, co. Hertford ; marr. . . . Peake. 
executrix to her hus- =j= 

band's will 9 October A 

1658; mentioned in 
will of her brother-in- 
law, the Rev. Francis 
Markham, 8 June 1661 ; 
died at St. Albans in 
1701. 



Sarah Mark- 
ham, living 2 
April 1632. 



Mary Mark- 
ham, living 2 
April 1632. 



John Markham of=j=Rose, died 
Staines, co. Middle- i Nov. 1740, 
sex ; silk throwster ; bur. at St. 
born circa 1650; died Giles', North- 
I December 1721, ampton. 
bur. at Staines. 



Elizabeth, not 21, 9 Sep- 
tember 1658; marr. Thomas 
Cox of Stanton, co. 
Buckingham ; died in Feb- 



Sarah, not 21, 9 September 
1658 ; marr. Francis Tutt. 
She died in 1727. 



ruary l^^. 



John Markham of= 
Winslow, CO. Buck- 
ingham, attorney ; 
died 29 May 1746, 
bur. in the church 
at Winslow. Will 
dated 28 April 
1746, proved 11 
June 1746 (P.C.C. 
186 Edmunds). 



A 



=Philippa,died 
20 August 
1723, bur. in 
the church at 
Winslow. 



Robert Mark- William Markham of^=Elizabeth Plow- 



ham, bur. at 
Staines 3 July 
1753- 



Northampton, attorney, 
and one of the six clerks 
in Chancery ; mentioned 
in will of his brother, 
John Markham, 28 April 
1746; died 31 January 
1763, bur. at St. Giles, 
Northampton. Will dated 
18 May 1762, proved 26 
February 1763 (P.C.C.) 



man, dau. of 
Henry Plowman 
of Northampton, 
attorney; bur. at 
St. Giles', North- 
ampton, in Oc- 
tober 1745. 



Elizabeth, bom 31 
December 1717; died 
16 April 1 7 18. 

John Markham, bur. 
at St. Giles', North- 
ampton, in May 1723. 

Elizabeth Markham, 
bur. at St. Giles', 
Northampton, 29 May 
1752- 



Rev. Charles Markham, Rector of Shangton, co.=Sarah Thomp- 
Leicester ; born at Northampton lo September son, marr. at 
1722; of Lincoln College, 0.\ford, matriculated Shangton 7 
29 April 1741, B.A. 1744, M.A. from Emmanuel June 1773. 
College, Cambridge, 1778; Rector of Great Oxendon, 
CO. Northampton, August 1752, and of Shangton, co. 
Leicester, 14 July 1767 ; died 8 December 1802, 
bur. at Shangton. Will dated 10 May 1787, proved 
28 March 1803 (P.C.C.) 



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14 



Sarah, marr. William Curll of Saham Thomas Markham= Elizabeth, marr. before 

Tony, CO. Norfolk. She died in of Staines, co. died 4 Au- 1728, Henry Plowman. 
1723. =j= Middlesex ; died gust 1741, 

/k 7 December 1749, and bur. at 

and bur. at Staines. Staines. 



I 



I 
Henry William Markham=j=Frances Mansel, dau. of the Rev. Rose Mark- 



Robert Markham, 
born 2 7 Septem- 
ber 1724; bur. 10 
March 172^. 



of Northampton, attor- 
ney; born 13 February 
i72|-; died 5 January 
1776. 



Christopher Mansel, Rector of ham, died 

Long Newton, co. Durham ; marr. in infancy 

at St. Giles', Northampton, 16 25 October 

April 1744; died 20 February 1727. 
1804. Will dated 8 April 1779, 
proved 7 August 1804 (P.C.C.) 



Henry William Markham, born 13 February 174I; 
Ensign 59th Regiment of Foot; died at Cars 
Maine, co. Berwick, 22 April 1797. Administra- 
tion granted 8 November 1797 (P.C.C.) 



Christopher Markham, 
born 3 March 
died 24 June 1747. 



I74t; 



John Markham, 
born 5 May 1748; 
bur. 17 May 1749. 



John Markham of Northampton, = 
attorney ; born at Northampton 
5 May 1750; Clerk of the 
Lieutenancy for the county of 
Northampton ; died 4 August 
1803, bur. at St. Giles', North- 
ampton. Will dated 3 August 
1803, proved 28 November 
1803 (RC.C.) 



=Hannah Wagstaffe, dau. 
of John Wagstaffe ; born 
31 July 1758; marr. at 
Daventry, co. North- 
ampton, 23 July 1778 ; 
died 7 May 1820, and bur. 
at St. Giles', Northampton. 
Administration granted 3 
November 1820. 



Frances Markham, 
born in June 1754; 
died at Northamp- 
ton 19 February 
1814. Will dated 
19 May 1804, 
proved 9 August 
1814 (P.C.C.) 




L^^^ 




Sarah Mark- 
ham, born 
4 Jan. 1756, 
and died in 
infancy. 



Charles Markham of Northampton ; bom at Northampton 28= 
December 1778; educated at Rugby; appointed Master Extra- 
ordinary in Chancery 7 April 1800, and Clerk of Lieutenancy and 
Clerk of the Peace for co. Northampton in 1823 ; died, aged 68, 
20 October, bur. in the North-East chapel of St. Giles', Northampton, 
26 October 1846. M.L Will dated 24 August, proved 10 November 
1846. 




=Eliza Mary Packharness, 
dau. of John Packharness 
of St. Ann's, Jamaica ; 
born in March 1785 ; 
marr. at St. Gregory by 
St. Paul's, London, 23 
September 181 1; died, 
aged 73, 17 December, 
bur. in the churchyard at 
St. Giles', Northampton, 
21 December 1858. M.L 



A\ 



(For issue see " Visiiation of England and Wales," 
Vol. II., page 2g.) 
IS 



I 

John Markham of= 
Lamport, co. North- 
ampton ; born 3 1 
December 1780 ; 
died 7 January 1855, 
bur. at Lamport. 
'Will dated 22 Jan- 
uary 1853, proved 
31 March 1855. 
(P.CC.) 



=Elizabeth 
C. Phillips 
of Badby, 
CO. North- 
ampton ; 
died in 
July 1810. 



Frances Markham, 
born 15 January 
1781 ; marr. John 
William Smith, of 
Shrewsbury, co. 

Salop; bom in 1770; 
died in November 

.85,. J 



Edward Mark- 
ham, bom 18 
February and 
died 3 August 
1783- 



Henry William Mark- 
ham, Surgeon 56th 
Regiment of Foot ; 
bom 4 March 1785 ; 
died at Salisbury, co. 
Wilts, 14 March 1840. 
Will dated 12 Feb- 
ruary, proved 15 April 
1840. 



Elizabeth Markham, 
born in March 1786; 
died at Northampton 
13 November 1870, 
bur. at St. Giles', 
Northampton. Will 
dated 17 September 
1870, proved 29 No- 
vember 1870. 



Catherine, born in March 1787 ; marr. 
15 March 1808, John Gregory Page Atkins 
of the 17th Light Dragoons. She died at 
Kaira, East Indies, in August 18 18. 



Christopher Markham of 
Northampton, attorney ; 

born 12 September 1790; 
Mayor of Northampton 
1856; died 25 June 1858, 
bur. at St. Giles', Northamp- 
ton. Administration granted 
24 September 1858. 



16 



Will of Gregory Markham, 1632. Markham. 

[Vol. 2, p. 29.] 

In the Name of God, Amen. The second daie of Aprill 1632, I, 
Gregory Markham, Citizen and Skinner of London, being sicke in bodie 
but of good and pfect memorie thanks be to God, make my Will as 
followeth. First I bequeath my soule to God and my bodie to the earth 
to be decentlie and Xrian like buried and my psonall Estate as followth, 
First I will that afte my debts discharged all my goods cliells and 
psonall Estate shall be, according to the custome of the Citie of London 
(in regard I have noe Wife), devided into two equall parts, one equall 
pte whereof I give and leave unto and amongest my children as followth, 
viz' to everie one of them such a rateable part as togeather w'*" that w* , 

I have alreadie given and advanced them w''' beinge putt and added 
thereunto everie one of them may be equall and everie one have as 
much as any of the other And the other halfe reserved to myselfe I give 
as followeth. First I give to my sonne Gregorye fyve hundreth poundes 
And to my sonne William one hundreth poundes and to my sonne John 
one hundred pounds and to everie one of my three daughters Elizabeth, 
Sara and Mary, evie one of them soe much monie as shall make up 
their childes parte fornilie given, lefte them five hundreth pounds apeece. 
Item : I give to all my daughters children now livinge fiftie pounds 
apeece to be paied into the hands of their Father wthin convenient 
time to their use and if any of them dye before they shall attayne the 
age of xxi yeres, or the daughters be maried, then the Survivo''" and 
Si~vivor of them to have the part of the deceased. Item: I give to 
Anne Mason tenn pounds and to her Sister Elizabeth tenn pounds and 
to her Brother William tenn pounds. To the children of my Brother 
Thomas tenn pounds apeece to be paid to their Father to their use. 
To Edward Boone, my late Sisters husband, some tenn pounds and to 
the rest of his Bretheren and Sisters five pounds apeece. To the poore 
of the pishe of St. Michaells where I now dwell and to the poore of the 
Parishe of Crayton, Northamptonshire, where I was borne, to each 
parishe foure pounds apeece. Item: I release and forgive unto my 
Brother Thomas all such mony as he any waies owetli me. Item : I 
give to my Brother John Markham five pounds in token of my love. 
Item : I give to M:~is Denton, in token of my love to her late husband, 
thirtie pounds. The residue of all my goods and psonall estate (if any 
be) I give unto my two sonnes Franc^ and Gregorie equallie betweene 
them. Provided alwaies and my will and meaning is that if my psonall 
Estate shall not reach and amounte unto and be sufficient to pay all the 
legacies before by me given and bequeathed, then I will and appointe 
that the same shall be supplied and made upp by my said sonnes Franc^ 
and Gregorie out of that w"^*" I have formerlie given them equallie part 
and part alike. And I make and ordayne my said sonne Francis full and 
sole Executor of this my last Will and Testam', And Overseers of the 
same I name and appointe my sonne in Law Randall Wilbraham and 
my Neighbor Robert Neve and for their paines herein I give unto them 
fortie shillings apeece to buy each of them a ringe. Item: I give to my 
Neighbor John CoUison for a ringe, fortie shillings. And as touching the 
disposicon of my lands, tents and freehold estate, I give and bequeath 
the same as follow'**, First I give and bequeath unto my sonne Francis 
all my messuages, lands, terits and hereditam'^ whatsoever to him and 

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Markham. his heires, in regard whereof I doe hereby will and appointe that my said 
[Vol. 2, p. 29.] Sonne Francs shall supplie and make upp all the legacies I have foriiilie 
given by this my Will and pay the same out of his owne estate if my 
prop estate shall fall shorte to performe the same w<='', if he shall not 
pay and pforme accordinglie, then I will and appointe and doe hereby 
authorize my said Ovrseers Randall Wilbraham and Robert Neve to 
sell my house in Shoe Lane to the best value they can, and w'*' the 
money thereof proceeding to make up and supplie all the said legacies 
for soe much as shall be wantinge, and that if any thinge shall remayne 
that then the same shall be retorned and paid to my said sonne Francs. 
And the better to enable my said Ovrseers to do the same I doe hereby, 
for the purpose aforesaid and to none other purpose nor otherwise, give 
the said house w''> thappurtefincs to the said Randall and Robert and 
their heires so as in defalt of my sonnes pformance as aforesaid then sell 
and dispose the same to the use and purpose aforesaid and not 
otherwise Anythinge aforesaid to the contrarie notw''^standinge. Item : 
my will and minde is that my sonne Gregorie shall hold and enjoy my 
nowe dwellinge house in Cornehill for his owne habitacon onelie and 
not otherwise payinge to my sonne Francis and his heires fortie pounds 
a yeare q'^terlie by even porcons or within xxj daies next after ei^ie 
quarter dale, and alsoe payinge a rent charge or annuitie of tenn pounds 
p annii issuing out of the same house and keeping the same well 
repaired as nowe it is, and this to be for the terme of one and twentie 
yeares if he the said Gregorie shall live soe long and dwell and continue 
himselfe in the same house. In Witnes whereof I have hereunto putt 
my hand and seale the dale and yeare above written, Gregory Markham. 
Sealed, subscribed and delived by the said Gregorie for his last Will and 
Testam' in the pnce of Fra: Mesrs No'^v Publiq. Robert Neve, Jn° 
Collyson, Francis Midleton, Hugh Webster. Memorandum : That the 
Testator wthin named shortlie after the makinge and declaringe of his 
Will w'^'in written in the p''sence and hearinge of us whose names are 
hereunder written beinge in pfect minde and memorie declared that his 
mynde and will was that Francis Allen, his sisters daughter, should have 
tenn poundes and Valentine Markham fortie shillinges for a ringe, And 
that all his Servantes should have fortie shillinges apeece. In Wittness 
whereof wee whose names are hereunder have sett o'' handes, Robert 
Neve, Jn° Collyson. 

Probatum fuit Testamentum suprascriptum una cum Codicillo 
nuncupative annexo apud London coram Venerabili viro magistro 
Willimo Mericke, Legu Doctore Surrogate Venerabilis viri Domini 
Henrici Marten Militis Legum etiam Doctoris Curie Pierogative 
Cantuariensis Magi.stri Custodis sive Comiparii legitime Constituti 
Secundo die mensis Julii Anno Domini Millesimo Sexcentesimo 
tricesimo secundo Juramento Francisci Markham filii naturalis et 
legitimi dicti defuncti et Excutoris in hujusmodi Testamento 
nominati cui comissa fuit Administratio omnium et singulorum 
bonorum jurium et creditorum dicti defuncti de bene et fideliter 
administrando eadem ad Sancta Dei Evangelia Jurat Roberto Neve 
et Johanne Collyson testibus tempore condiconis sive declaraconis 
Codicilli nuncupative dicti defuncti de et super veritate contentorum in 
eodem etiam Jurat. 

P.C.C. 84.Audley. 

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Will of John Markham, 1641. 

Aprilis 22" An" In the name of God, Amen. I, John Markham of Creaton Magna, 
Doj 1 64 1. in the Countie of Norton, Yeoman, being sicke of bodie but of pfect 
remembrance (thankes be to God) doe constitute and ordayne this, 
my laste Will and Testam' in maner and forme following, viz: Imp'', I 
give and bequeath my Soule to God which gave it, and I comitt my 
Body to the Earth from whence it was taken, decently to be Buryed in 
the Church or Churchyard of Creaton Magna aforesayd. Item : I doe 
give and bequeath unto Francis Markham my Nephew and Rector of 
Creaton aforesaid, one halfe pte of all my Landes which I am at this 
tyme ceazed of to enter upon the sayd Landes according to the custome 
of the Countrey. Item : I doe give and bequeath unto Dorothy my 
Wife the other halfe pte of my Land for and dureing the terme of her 
naturall life And after her decease to thabove named Francis Markham 
and his heires for ever. Item: I doe give and bequeath unto Dorothy 
my Wife All that Messuage or Tenem' wherein I now live and all other 
outhouses with the homesteads, gardens and orchards for and dureing 
her naturall life, And and after her decease to Francis Markham and his 
heires forever. I': I doe give and bequeath unto Henry Allen of 
Creaton Magna my Kinseman lo', to be payd w'Mn a twelvemonth after 
my decease. I': I doe give unto William Markham, my Brother 
Thomas, his Sonne, my Blacke Colte and my browne Heifer. I': I 
doe give and bequeath unto the poore of Creaton aforesaid the sume of 
4' to be payed within the twelvemonth and to be distributed by the 
advice and discretion of the Parson and Churchwardens of Creaton 
aforesayd. P: I doe give and bequeath unto Thomas Markham my 
young"' Broth"", one halfe pte of my Croppe of Come, Grayne and Grasse 
now growing and being in the Fields of Creaton aforesayd. I': I doe 
give and bequeath unto Francis Markham his heires or assignes (after 
the decease of Dorothy my now Wife), one hand Iron and pott-hangles 
& other utensells belonging to the Fire now standing and being in my 
kitching, a Garner & pen standing in the same roome, the Tables & 
Frames, forme & benches standing in the Hall, and the furnace in the 
outward kitching, all the lares, stalls & mangers being standing or lyeing 
in the Stable, Cow house or other outhouses, allsoe one seeled bed and 
Truckle bed and another bedstead standing and being in the Chamb' 
over the kitching. I' : I doe give and bequeath unto my Brother 
Thomas Markham, 80' to be payd unto him by Francis Markham above 
named, in consideracon of those Landes and other goodes above 
specified by me bequeathed unto him, to be payd by the same Francis 
Markham his heires or assignes by or within the space of two yeares 
after my decease irnediately ensueing. I': I doe give and bequeath 
unto Anne Boone my Neice 8' and 40^ which I owe her, to be payd by 
the sayd Francis Markham his heires or assignes for the consideracons 
abovesayd. As for all other my goods or chatties ungiven or 
unbequeathed I doe give and bequeath unto Dorothy my Wife whom I 
make and appoynt sole and only Executrixe of this my last Will and 
Testam'. And I doe constitute and ordaine Francis Markham, Rector 
of Creaton, and John Pearson of Spratton, my Brother in Law, to be 



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Markham. 

[Vol. 2, p. 29.] 



Markham. Overseers of this my last Will and Testam'. Sealed and subscribed 
[Vol. 2, p. 29.] '"'i'h myne owne hand in the prsence of Francis Markham, 
Rich: Woodford, John Pearson, Thomas Markham. 

Signed Johs: Markham (Seal). 

The Original Will was proved in common form of Law in the 
Consistory Court of Peterborough on the fourteenth day of May 1641, 
by the Oath of Dorothy Markham, ^Vidow, the Relict of the deceased, 
the sole Executrix named in the Will, having been first sworn duly to 
administer. 

Northampton District Registry. 



Will of John Markham, 16^8. 

In the Name of God, Amen. The nynth day of September in the 
yeare of Our Lord, according to the accompte now used in England, 
One thousand six hundred fiftie and eight, I, John Markham of the 
Parish of Saint Martin Outwich, London, Marchant, being att present 
weake of body and of sound and perfect minde and memory (thankes 
be to Almightie God), doe make and declare this my last Will and 
Testament in manner and forme following : (that is to say). First I 
commend my soule into the handes of Almightie God in faith that by 
and through the merritts and mediation of Jesus Christ my only and 
alone Saviour and Redeemer, all my sinns shall be pardoned and I made 
pertaker of eternall joy and happiness. My body, after this life ended, 
I committ unto the Earth to be decently buried in Christian buriall in 
expectation of a glorious resurection, and as for and concerning that 
worldly Estate that it hath pleased God to make mee a Steward of, I 
render upp the same to be disposed of as followeth. First I do will that 
a Tripartite division shall be made, after my debts and funeralls are 
satisfyed, of all my goods, chattells and personall Estate according to 
the Custome of London, whereof one third part I leave to my deare and 
loving Wife Elizabeth according to the said Custome, one other third 
part thereof I leave to my children John, Elizabeth and Sarah and such 
and other child and children as I shall hereafter have and to the 
Survivours and Survivour of them according to the said custome, and 
the other third part thereof, which by the said custome I may dispose of 
(called the Testator's third), I thus dispose of (videlicet), I give and 
bequeath to my aforesaid Wife the summe of fower hundred poundes 
and all my plate, linnen and houshold goods with her Jewells and 
apparell. Item : I give and bequeath to my said sonne John five 
hundred poundes and to my said Daughters Elizabeth, Sarah two hundred 
pounds apeece to be paid to my said sonne and daughters together 
with theire customary parts att such tymes as followeth (videlicett), to 
my said sonnes att his attainement of the age of one and twenty yeares 
and to my daughters att their respective attainments of the age of one 

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and twenty yeares or att their respective dayes of marriage which shall Markham. 

first happen, and if any of them my said children shall happen to depart [Vol. 2, p. 29.] 

this life before such times of payment of theire same legacies and 

portions, Then as well the said Legatory part and portion as the 

Customary part and portion of such child soe deceasing shall come and 

be paid to the Survivours of them when and as his, her or theire owne 

parts and portions are to be paid, other then and except three hundred 

pounds part of John Legacie, W^"* in case of his death before the time of 

payment thereof I will, shall come and accrue to my said Wife, if then 

living, and if all my children shall happen to depart this life before the 

tymes of payment of their said legacies and portions as aforesaid, Then 

my will and minde is that my said Wife shall have and receive out of all 

theire said partes and portions the somme of seaven hundred pounds 

over and besides the three hundred pounds before appoynted to her out 

of John's legacie, which in all will make upp to my said Wife the summe 

of one thousand pounds. And the residue of my said children's parts 

and portions, Legatary and Customarie over and above the said one 

thousand poundes for my Wife, I will and appoynte, in case of all their 

deaths aforesaid, to be devided into three equall shares or parts whereof 

one third part I will shall come and be paid unto and amongst all the 

children of my Brother Francis Markham, one other third part thereof 

I will shall come and be paid to and amongst all the children of my late 

Brother William Markham, deceased, and the other third part thereof I 

will shall come and be paid to and amongst all the children of my 

Sister Elizabeth Peake, to be paid unto the said children of my said 

Brothers and Sisters (videlicet), to the Sonnes on theire respective 

attainements of the age of one and twenty yeares. And to the daughters 

att their respective attaynment of the like age or att their respective 

dayes of marriage which shall first happen. Item : my will and minde 

is and I do hereby appoynte that my Executrix shall give to severall of 

my freinds and acquaintance such rings for remembrances of mee as by 

any Codicill or other writing under my hand shall direct or appoynte. 

The rest and residue of all and singular my goods, chattells and 

personall Estate not before disposed of I wholy give and leave to my 

aforesaid loving Wife Elizabeth Markham, And I do nominate, make 

and ordaine her the said Elizabeth full and sole Executrix of this my 

last Will and Testament. In Witnesse whereof of this my last Will and 

Testament contained in fower sheetes of paper and an halfe written on 

one side onlie, I, the said John Markham, have sett my hand to every 

sheete and my scale to the whole the day and yeare first before written. 

John Markham (Seal). 



Signed, sealed, published and declared by the said John Markham 
for and as his last Will and Testament This nynth day of September, 
One thousand six hundred fiftie eight. In the presence of John Cole, 
Joseph Alport, Scr. 

This Will was Proved att London the twelveth day of the moneth of 
October in the yeare of Our Lord God One thousand six hundred fiftie 
and eight, before the Judges for Probate of Wills and grannting 
Administrations lawfully authorized by the oath of Elizabeth Markham, 



Markham. the Relict and sole and only Executrix named in the above written Will 
[Vol. 2, p. 29.] to whom Administration of all and singular the goods, chattells and 
debts of the said Deceased was granted and committed, she being first 
legally swome truly and faithfullie to administer the same. 

P.C.C. 566 Wootton. 



Will of Francis Markham, 1661. 

In the Name of God, Amen. The eight day of June in the yeare 
of Our Lord God One thousand Six hundred Sixty one. I, Francis 
Markham of Creaton Magna in the County of Nortliton, Clarke, being 
att this present, praysed be God, of good understanding and perfect 
memory, doe make this my last Will and Testament in manner and 
forme following : Imp'', I comend my soule in the hands of God 
who made, trusting to be saved by the bedience of Jesus Christ 
my Lord who gave himselfe to death for me, and cofnitt my body 
decently to be buryed in the Church or Churchyard. And as 
concerning my temporall Estate which it hath pleased Allmighty God 
of his free mercy to bestow upon me herein this life, I give and 
bequeath the same in manner as followeth : First, I give and bequeath 
unto Elizabeth Markham my elder daughter, and to her heires and 
assignes for ever, all that arrable land, meadow and pasture, heath 
and furres and comon of pasture, comonly accounted and reputed 
to be one quarteme of a yard land, and all profits, coitiodities and 
appurtenances whatsoever thereto belonging, lyeing and being in the 
Feilds, Territoryes and p'^cincts of Spratton in the aforesaid County 
of Northampton and nowe in the tenure and occupacon of Robert 
Shatswell, Yeoman, which said quarteme of a yard Land was heretofore 
purchased by the said Francis Markham of Martin Tomkins of the 
Towne of Northampton in the County of Northampton aforesaid, 
Maulster. Item : I give and bequeath to my youngest sonne Francis 
Markham and to his heires and assignes for ever all that my messuage 
or tenement scituate and being in Spratton aforesaid, in the aforesaid 
County of Northampton, togeather with all other the bowses, edifices, 
buildings, gardens, orchards, yards and backsides and all, and all singuler 
the appurtenances to same belonging which said messuage or tenement 
and prmises I, the said Francis Markham, did heretofore purchase 
togeather with one yard land hereafter menconed in this my last Will 
and Testament. Alsoe I give and bequeath unto Francis Markham 
my youngest sonne and to his heires and assignes for ever all that 
arrable land, meadowe, pasture, heath and furres and comon of 
pasture comonly accounted and reputed to be one halfe of a yard Land 
and all the profitts and coi5odities and appurtenances whatsoever 
thereunto belonging, lyeing and being in the feilds and precincts of 
Spratton aforesaid, being parte of a yard land formerly purchased by 
me, the said Francis Markham, together with the aforesaid messuage 
or tenement of John Martin of Spratton aforesaid. Yeoman, and is 



in the tenure or occupacon of Robert Shakwell aforesaid, the other Markham. 

halfe of the said yard land being by one Indenture Tripartite, beareing [Vol. 2, p. 29.] 

date the foureteenth of Aprill in the yeare of Our Lord God One 

thowsand six hundred fifty and three, by me, the said Francis 

Markham, and is pticularly expressed and sett downe in a Schedule 

or Terrar to the said Indenture annexed. Alsoe I doe give and 

bequeath to Elizabeth Markham my elder daughter the sume of one 

hundred and forty pounds of good and lawfull money of England, 

to be paid her by my Executrix when she shall demand itt. Alsoe 

I give and bequeath unto Joane Markham my beloved Wife such 

and soe many of my goods and cattell and chattells as she, the said 

Joane, shall make choice off out of all the personall Estate which I, 

the said Francis, shall dye possessed of as shall not exceed the value 

of twelve pounds, according to the rate as they shal be valued and 

prized att in the Inventory as shal be made of all my goods and 

chattels after my decease. Alsoe I doe give and bequeath to George 

Castle of Bitswell in the County of Leicester, Clarke, the sume of 

tenn shillings of lawfull English money. Alsoe I doe give and bequeath 

unto Mary Castle his Wife the suiiie of tenn shillings. Alsoe I doe 

give and bequeath unto Francis Castle, the sonne of the aforesaid 

George Castle and Mary his Wife, and my younger daughter, the sume 

of tenn pounds of lawfull money of England, to be paid to his Father, 

George Castle aforesaid, for his use. Item : alsoe I give and bequeath 

to my Brother Gregory, Cittizen and Skinner in London, tenn shillings 

to buy him a ring. And alsoe I give and bequeath to my Sister in lawe 

Joyous Markham, to buy her a ring, ten shillings. And my Sister in 

Lawe Elizabeth Markham, Widdowe, to her I give and bequeath tenn 

shillings to buy her a ring. Alsoe I doe give and bequeath to 

Theodore Markham, the second sonne of Gregory Markham, the second 

Sonne of the said Francis Markham, the sume of tenn pounds of lawfull 

English money to be paid the foresaid Gregory his Father for his use. 

Alsoe I give and bequeath to Elizabeth Markham, elder daughter of 

the foresaid Gregory Markham my second sonne before menconed, 

the sume of tenn pounds of lawfull English money, to be paid the 

foresaid Gregory her Father for her use. Alsoe I doe give and bequeath 

unto Sarah Markham, the younger daughter of the aforesaid Gregory, 

the summe of tenn pounds of lawfull English money, to be paid her 

Father for her use. Alsoe I doe and bequeath John Locke, the aged 

and brought lowe through infirmities, the sui5e of twenty shillings. 

And to John Esson the summe of tenn shillings, and I give and 

bequeath fifty shillings to be distributed to the rest of the poore with 

the advice of the Churchwardens and Overseers of the poore of the 

Parish of Great Greiton for whome alone this gift is intended. Alsoe I 

doe hereby make my beloved Wife Joane Markham sole Executrix of 

this my last Will and Testament and doe hereby constitute and 

appointe my sonne George Castle of Bitswell, Clarke, before menconed 

and my eldest sonne James Markham of Creaton aforesaid, Master of 

Arts, Supervisors and Overseers of this my last Will and Testament to 

both whom, to be equally devided betwixt them, I doe give and 

bequeath all my bookes in my Study or elsewhere appertayneing unto 

me. Alsoe I doe give and bequeath tenn pounds to repayreing of the 

Parsonage howse of Creaton aforesaid. Alsoe I doe give and bequeath 

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Markham. to my Sheapherd five shillings. And to my two Maid Sen-ants and my 
[.Vol. 2, p. 29.] man Richard five shillings apiece to each of them. Ante my man John 
I give and bequeath seaven shillings and alsoe I give and bequeath 
nyne pounds to be disposed of towards the payment of the debts of 
William James, my wives Brother, such as shall appeare to be reall 
debts and not yet discharged. And \\'hereas I have given by this my 
Will the suiiie of foure pounds to some particularly and to the rest 
generally, to the whole poore of the Parish of Great Creaton the suine 
of fouer pounds, that suiiie is to be paid out of a yellow purse wherein 
itt hath been treasured up for such a purpose a great while and wherein 
is contained a further suiiie appoynted for piouse and charitable uses 
which I leave to my Wife to dispose off at her leasure as oppertunity 
serveth to the ends and purposes intended. And hereby I doe publish 
and declare this to bee my last Will and Testament conteyned in two 
sheets of paper unto each of which I have sett to my hand and seale on 
the eight day of June in the yeare of our Lord God One thousand six 
hundred sixty and one and in the thirteenth of the raigne of Our 
Soveraigne Lord Charles the Second, by the Grace of God, King of 
England, Scotland, France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith &c. 
Memorandum that there was a word erased in the twenty first line of 
the first sheet and it was done by the hand of me, the Testator, before 
I sett my hand or seale to that sheete. Alsoe in the thirty nineth lyne 
of the first sheete the word Northampton was razed by mee, the 
Testator, before setting to my hand and seale. Alsoe something razed 
lyne the five and fortieth in the first sheet and something interlyned 
overhead betwixt lyne the foure and fortieth and five and fortieth lyne the 
words inserted are these (a Ring tenn shillings) which was done by me 
before signed and sealeing. Alsoe betwixt lynes the thirty seaventh and 
thirty eight in the first sheet the word give was interlyned by me before 
signeing and sealing. Alsoe betwixt lynes fifty six and fifty seaven was 
enterlyned the word wife by me the Testator before signeing and 
sealing. Alsoe betwixt lynes the eight and nineth of the second sheete 
was interlyned the word uses by mee, the Testator, before signeing and 
sealeing. Signed, sealed, published, the day and yeare above written 
by me, Francis Markham, And in the presence of John Arnoll, James 
Willmott, William Markham, Because this my Will was signed and 
sealed in haste and late soe that the Witnesses tooke noe notice of the 
signeing but only of the sealing, I doe therefore againe sett my hand 
and seale to this my last Will this eleaventh of June in the yeare of our 
God and Lord One thousand sL\ hundred sixty and one and publish it 
as my last Will and Testament. 

Francis Markham (Seal). 

Signed, sealed, published, the day and yeare last menconed in the 
psence of James Willmott, William Markham, John AmoU. 

Probatum fuit humodi Testamentum suprascriptum apud London 
coram Venti et egregio viro dno Guilielmo Mericke Milite Legum 
Dcore Curias Prerogativte Cantuar magro Custode sive Comissario 
ttime constituto decimo quarto die mensis Februarii Anno Dni (juxta 
cursum et computaconem Ecclesice Anglicanae) MiHimo sexcentesimo 

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sexagesimo primo Juramertto Jannae Markham Relicte dci defunct Markham. 
et Executricis in humSi Testamento nominal cui comissa fuit rvol 2 d 20! 
Administraco omniO et singuloru bonoru juriu et creditoru dci defuncti " ' 
de bene et fideliter Administrano eadem ad Sancta Dei Evaneelia 
Jurati ^ 

P.C.C. 22 Laud. 



Will of Thomas Markham, 1662. 

In the Name of God, Amen. I, Thomas Markham of Great 
Creaton, m ye Countye of Northton, Yeoman, being aged and weake in 
body but of sound judgement and of pfect Memory (thanks be given to 
God), doe make & ordayne this my last Will & Testam' in maner and 
forme following : (That is to say) Imp--, I give & bequeath my soule to 
God, trustmg to ye only and alone mercyes of ye Lord Jesus Christ for 
eternal! salvation. And my frayle body I comitt and coSend to ye earth 
from whence it was taken (in hopes of a joyfull Resurrecsion at ye last 
day) and desire y' it may be buryed in ye Church or Churchyard of 
Creaton aforesayd at ye discreton of myne Executors herein and 
hereafter mentoned and named. And as for & concerning y' small 
portion of worldly goods wherein God hath blessed mee I give and 
devise as here followeth. It: I give & devise to ye poore of ye towne 
of Great Creaton ye sum of ffive shillings to be payd within halfe a 
yeare after my decease and to be distributed amongst them att ye 
discreton of myne Executors. It : I remitt and forgive unto William 
Conquest, my son in law, ye sum of ffive and twenty pounds w<:h he 
owes unto mee desireing him and his wife well to imploy it and 
disbursse it in ye education of their Children in ye ifeare and nurture of 
ye Lorde and towards ye setting them out to be apprentices y' they may 
live & serve God in some honest calling & vocation. It: I give and 
devise to my daughter Elizabeth Lucas ye sum of ten shillings to be 
payd within halte a yeare after my decease. It: I give and devise to 
my beloved Nephew John Markham, eldest son of my son William 
Markham, ye seiled bedstead and ye ffeatherbed wherein I now lye. 
It: I give and demise to Robert Smyth, Anis Miles and Mary Yelson, 
ye three servants of my son William Markham, twelve pounds a piece. 
It: for all other my Goods, Catties, Chatties, Money due unto mee 
upon Bond or otherwise, I give and bequeath to my beloved son 
William Markham whom I make sole and absolute Executor of this my 
last Will and Testam', my debts being payde and my ffuneral expences 
discharged. It: I hereby nominate and appoint James Markham of 
Great Creaton, Gentleman, and James Willmottals Lillingstone of ye 
sayd Towne Yeoman, overseers of this my last Will & Testam'. And 
lastly I doe publish and declare this to be my last Will and Testament 
hereby revokeing and nulling all others by mee formerly made. And in 
wittness hereof I have hereunto sett myne hand and seal this thirteenth day 

25 



Markham. of June, In ye ffour twenty yeare of ye raigne of o' Soveraigne Lord 
[Vol. 2, p. 29.] Charles ye second of England, Scottland, fifrance and Ireland, King 
Defender of ye ffayth ect. And in ye yeare of o'' Lord 1662. 

Thomas Markham (Seal). 

Signed, sealed & published In ye psence of Richard Woodford, 
Robert Smyth, his F mke. Proved the ix day of January, 1663. 

Northampton District Registry. 



Letter from the Rev. Charles Markham, 
2 Jtine 1783. 

Sir, 

I reed yours relating to pedigree of the Markhams. I have never 
studied that matter, therefore am incapable of assisting you in the 
Completion of your Genealogical Table. The Estate at St. Albans 
now enjoyed by your family, and also that part possessed by my late 
Father, (who died Twenty years since) as appears by Deed of 
Conveyance, was purchased in 1661 by M" Eliz: Markham, who was 
my late father's Grandmother, she was I suppose then a Widow. 
My Grandfather Markham lived at Staines in Middlesex, as I have 
heard, was a Silk Throwster, my father was born at Staines. This 
is all the imperfect Account I can give about this affair. I desire 
to send my Compliments to your Mother, Brother and yourself, 
Sincerely Wishing you Health, and Prosperity in all your Undertakings. 
By the Blessing of God, I have enjoyed good state of Health many 
years, and am now happy in that respect. I am very glad to hear your 
Brother and yourself and family are well settled in Life. I know your 
late father, my Cousin Alexander M : was possessed of a Considerable 
temporal Estate. 

I am your humble Servant, 



P.S. — Am sorry cannot give you any Information about this matter, 
I shou'd have been glad to have communicated it to you. I don't 
know where to direct you for Information. I live at Shangton a small 
Parish, almost depopulated by Inclosures. I have been possessed of the 
living near 26 Years. It is six miles from Market Harborough. 
Letters are not brought regularly here. 

Endorsed: " To M'' Thomas Markham, an attorney 
at Cheltenham, Gloucestershire (by London)." 

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Pedigree of Tower. 



Tower. 

[Vol. 2, p. 33.] 



Thomas Tower of Wyersdale,= 
CO. Lancaster ; bur. at Tatham, 
CO. Lancaster, 13 July 1659. 



=Mary Proctor, dau. of Francis Proctor of 
Tatham; born 10 March i63f; died 26 
February 169I, and bur. at Lancaster. 



Elizabeth Hale, eldest= 
dau. of Richard Hale 
of Windsor, co. Berks ; 
marr. 8 September 1691, 
marriage licence (Vicar- 
General's) dated 8 
September 1691, she 
then aged "above 21 "; 
died, aged 41, 3 Decem- 
ber 1 709, bur. at Windsor. 
M.L ist wife. 



=Christopher Tower of= 
Huntsmoor Park, co. 
Buckingham ; born at 
Tatham 4 August 1657; 
Deputy-Collector of Cus- 
toms, Port of London ; 
died 12 September 1728, 
bur. at Iver, co. Bucking- 
ham. Will dated 1 8 April 
1727, proved 2 November 
I728(P.C.C. izd Brook). 



=Frances Proctor, 
dau. of George 
ProctorofBarnet, 
CO. Middlesex, 
and relict of C. 
Hanbury ; died 
in 1725, bur. at 
Iver. 2nd wife. 



Mary, marr. in 
1674, James 
Craven. 



Other 
issue. 



Jane Proctor, dau.= 
and coheir of Wil- 
liam Proctor of 
Epsom, CO. Surrey ; 
bapt. 6 May 1698 ; 
marr. in 17 19; died 
17 November 1739. 
I St wife. 



=Christopher Tower of Huntsmoor Park ;= 
J. P. for CO. Buckingham ; Joint Auditor 
H.M. Revenue ; M.P. for Lancaster 
I May and 22 August 1727, and for 
Aylesbury 22 April 1734; executor to 
his father's will 2 November 1728; died, 
aged 79, 26 September 1771. Will 
dated 8 February 1770, proved 30 
September 1771 (P.C.C. 391 Trevor). 



=Jane Tash, dau. of George 
Tash of Delaforde Park, co. 
Buckingham; marr. 25 October 
1746 ; died 26 July 1772. 
Will dated 27 March 1772, 
proved 4 August 1772 (P.C.C. 
309 Tavertier). 2nd wife. 



Sir William Beauchamp-Proctor of Langley= 
Park, CO. Norfolk, Bart., K.B. (only son of 
Thomas Beauchamp, by Anne his wife, 
dau. and coheir of William Proctor of 
Epsom, CO. Surrey) ; bapt. 11 May 1722 ; 
took the surname and arms of Proctor as 
heir to his uncle, George Proctor of 
Langley Park, co. Norfolk ; created a 
Baronet 20 February 174I; M.P. for co. 
Middlesex 2 July 1747, 2 May 1754 and, 
7 April 1761, K.B. 23 March 1761 ; 
marr. 2ndly 13 May 1762, Letitia, dau. of 
Henry Johnson of Berkhampstead. co. 
Hertford. He died 16 September 1773. 
Will dated i June 1764, proved 7 
December 1773 (P.C.C. 483 Stevens). 



Jane, mar- 
riage settle- 
ment dated 
22 January 
174I; died, 
aged 37, 12 
May, bur. at 
Tottenham, 
CO. Middle- 
sex, 20 May 
1 761. I St 
wife. 



Sir Neville George= 
Hickman of Thonock 
Grove, near Gains- 
borough, CO. Lincoln, 
Bart. ; executor to will 
of Sir William Beau- 
champ-Proctor 7 De- 
cember 1773; died in 
March 1781. Will 
dated 6 May 1771, 
re-sealed 2 May 1774, 
proved 9 May 1781, 
by Frances Hickman, 
daughter, and Francis 
Whichcote, brother 
(P.C.C. 244 Webster). 



A\ 



=FrancesEliza- 
beth, marr. 1 3 
Sept. 1 746 ; 
died 29 Nov. 
1763. Adfnon 
granted 17 
Dec. 1772. 



/K 



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Thomas Tower of Weald Hall, co. Essex; born in 1699; of Trinity College, 
Oxford, matriculated 22 May 1717, aged 18; M.P. for Wareham 26 
February 172!, and for Wallingford 23 April 1734; admitted to the Middle 
Temple October 1732; J. P. for co. Essex; Joint Auditor of H.M. 
Revenue; Trustee for the Colony of Georgia; died 2 September 1778. 
Will dated 6 May 1778, proved 12 September 1778, by Sir Edward 
Bacon and Robert Palmer, the Exors (P.C.C. 377 Hay). 



Three sons, died 
in infancy, and 
bur. at Windsor, 
CO. Berks. M.I. 



Christopher Tower of Huntsmoor Park, co. Buckingham ;= 
born 4 October 1747; of University College, Oxford, 
matriculated 14 October 1765, created M.A. 18 February 
1769; executor to his father's will 30 September 1771, and 
to his mother's will 4 September 1772; J. P. for co. 
Buckingham ; died, aged 62, 20 March 1810, bur. at Iver, 
CO. Buckingham. M.I. 



^Elizabeth Baker, dau. of George 
Baker of Elemore Hall, co. Dur- 
ham ; marr. 2 September 1773; 
died at Myless, near Ongar, co. 
Essex, aged 72, 4 April 1823, 
bur. at Iver. M.I. 



Christopher Thomas Tower of Weald Hall, co. Essex, and of= 
Huntsmoor Park, co. Buckingham ; bom i November, 
bapt. at Iver 31 December 1775; of University College, 
Oxford, M.A. 1769; J. P. and D.L. for the counties of Essex 
and Hertford, M.P. for Harwich 1832-37, and High Sheriff 
for CO. Essex 1840; died, in his 92nd year, 19 February, bur. 
at South Weald, co. Essex, 26 February 1867. Will dated 
25 October 1864, with tivo codicils dated respectively 30 
October 1866 and 12 January 1867, proved 13 April 1867. 



(^"^^ 



=Harriet Proctor, 2nd dau. of Sir 
Thomas Beauchamp-Proctor of 
Langley Park, co. Norfolk, 
Bart. ; bom 28 October, bapt. 
at Langley 17 November 1782; 
marr. there 25 June 1803; died 
at Brighton, co. Sussex, aged 
86, 19 February, bur. at South 
Weald 26 February 1868. 




/ts 



(For issue see "Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol II., page 33). 



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George Tower, Rear-Admiral John Tower, Rev. Charles Tower, born= 

born in 1777; C.B., R.N. ; bom 4 No- 31 July 1782; of St. John's 

died in 1838. vember 1778; Lieutenant College, Cambridge, B.A. 

1797, Commander 1802, 1805, M.A. 1808; Perpetual 

Captain 1804, Rear- Admiral Curate of Brentwood, co. 

of the Blue 1837 ; died at Essex, 1806-25 ; died at 

Brighton, co. Sussex, 13 Shenfield Place, co. Essex, 

December 1837. 10 September 1825. 



= Fanny Hibbert, 
dau. of George 
Hibbert of Clap- 
ham Common, 
CO. Surrey; marr. 
29 March 1814. 



/K 



Henry Tower=p! 
of Middle- 
thorpeManor, 
CO. York; born 
28Junei784; 
died in Port- 
land Place, 
London, 4 
Oct. 1862. 



■Isabella Judith 
Baker, dau. of 
George Baker 
of Elemore 
Hall, CO. Dur- 
ham; marr. 15 
February 1816; 
died in No- 
vember 1842. 



Rev. William Tower=T=Maria Harvey, dau. of Edward Tower, 



of How Hatch, 
South Weald, co. 
Essex; born i Jan- 
uary 1789 ; of St. 
John's College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 
181 2; died 2 August 
1847. 



Admiral Sir Eliab Harvey, 
R.N., of Rolls Park, co. 
Essex, G.C.B.,M.P.; bom 
6 April, bapt. at Chigwell, 
CO. Essex, 23 May 1791 ; 
marr. at St. George's, Han- 
over Square, London, 13 
June 1825; died in 1830. 



born I January 
1 789; drowned 
in H.M.S. 

"Blenheim" in 
1807. 



Elizabeth 
Tower, died 
20 January 
1841. 



Caroline, died in March 
185 s ; marr. at St. 
George's, Hanover 

Square, London, 20 
February 1 8 1 9, William 
Franks of Woodhill, co. 
Hertford. 



Amelia, died June 1867 ; married 25 May 18 14, the Rev. 
George Thomas Pretyman, Chancellor of the Diocese of 
Lincoln, Canon of Winchester and Rector of Wheat- 
ham pstead, CO. Hertford ; educated at Eton and at 
Trinity College, Cambridge, LL.B. 1814; died in Dover 
Street, Piccadilly, London, aged 69, 23 June 1859, bur. 
at Wheathampstead. =j= 

A 



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Salter. Register Extracts, 

[Vol. 2, p. 37.] 

Births. 

Salter, Thomas, born i798"i"4 at Pilley, parish of Boldre, co. Hants, 

son of Thomas and Sarah. 
Salter, William, born 1800 -9 -4 at Pilley, son of Thomas and Sarah. 
Salter, James Henry, born 1802 7 "4 at Pilley, son of Thomas and Sarah. 
Salter, Abel, bom i8o4'i'23 at Pilley, son of Thomas Salter of Boldre 

(Master of Workhouse) and Sarah. 
Salter, Emily Susanna, born i8i2'i2"i at Poole, co. Dorset, daughter of 

Thomas (surgeon) and Eliza. 
Salter, Thomas Bell, born i8i4'5"5 at Poole (S' James'), son of Thomas 

and Eliza. 
Salter, Caroline Eliza, born i8i5'io'ii at Poole, daughter of Thomas 

and Eliza. 
Salter, Eliza Bell, born i8i9'2T2 at Poole, daughter of Thomas and 

Eliza. 
Salter, Love Thompson, born i82o"3'i8 at Poole, daughter of James 

(manufacturer) and Love. 
Salter, Charlotte Augusta, born i82o'9'i2 at Poole, daughter of Samuel 

and Hannah. 
Salter, Anne Isabella Tumour, born i82r9'9 at Poole, daughter of 

Thomas and Eliza. 
Salter, Edwin James, born i823'2'i7 at Poole, son of James (twine 

manufacturer) and Love. 
Salter, Henry Hyde, born i823'ir2 at Poole, son of Thomas (surgeon) 

and Eliza. 
Salter, Samuel James Augustus, born i825'8"io at Poole, son of Thomas 

and Eliza, of Poole. 
Salter, John Morgan, born i832-rio at Poole, son of Thomas and Eliza. 
Thompson, Love, born i78o'2'23 at Poole, daughter of Thomas 

(mariner) and Sarah. 
Paull, Hannah, born i78o-6'i8 at Poole, daughter of Richard (mercer) 

and Mary. 

Marriages. 

Married f Salter, James, of Bridport (sail-cloth manufacturer), son of 
i8i9'3'3i \ Samuel and Rebecca, of Puddimore, co. Somerset, 

at Poole. ( Thompson, Love, of Poole, daughter of Thomas and Sarah. 
' Thompson, Thomas, of Poole (mariner), son of James and 
Ann of Poole. 
ValHs, Sarah, of Poole (born i748'5'5), daughter of Samuel 
and Love. 



Married 

i775"3"n 
at Poole. 



Burial. 

Salter, Edwin James, of Poole, aged 14 months, son of James and Love, 
ob: i824"4T5, buried 4'2i at Poole. 

From the Register Books of the Society of Friends 
(Poole and Southampton Meetitig). 

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Births. Salter. 

Salter Mary, born 17 28' 17 "j [Vol. 2, p. 37.] 

James born i730'2'4 

Robert born 1732 •4-5 I Children of James and Mary, of 
Samuel born I734-7-29 j Puddimore Meeting. 

Mary bom i736'i"8 I 
Ann born 17 38 '9 '2 j 
Salter, Samuel, born i747'9"2i (also entered 11 "21), son of Samuel and 

Betty, of Puddimore. 
Salter, Elizabeth, born i775'9"iS, daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth, of 

Puddimore. 
Salter, Marianna, born i8ii'2'i3 at Thorn, daughter of Samuel (sail 

cloth manufacturer) and Hannah. 
Salter, Laura Emma, bom i8i47'i2 at Thom, daughter of Samuel and 

Hannah. 
Salter, George Paull, bom i8is'ii'22 at Longfleet, near Poole, son of 

Samuel and Hannah, of Thorn. 
Isaac, Rebecca, born i758'4'ii, daughter of Samuel and Martha, of 
Yeovil Meeting. 

Marriages. 
Married at 
Bristol \ Salter, James, of Bristol, and . . . Mary. 



i729'io'i8. 

Married at 

Yeovil 

i787'9-S- 

Married at 
Wellington 
18157-12. 



Churchus, Thomas, of Yatton (grazier), son of Robert 

and Mary, of Yatton. 
Salter, Rebecca, of Yeovil, relict of Samuel, of 

Puddimore. 
Simpson, Robert, of Wellington (draper), son of John 

and Mary. 
Salter, Sarah, daughter of Thomas and Sarah, of 

Taunton. 



Deaths and Burials. 

Salter, Robert, died I7i3'i2'i8, son of James and Anne, senior, of 

Puddimore. 
Salter, Mary, died i728'i-23, daughter of James and Mary. 
Salter, Ann, senior, died i736'i2'24, wife of James, senior, of Puddimore. 
Salter, James, senior, died i739'io'2i, of Puddimore. 
Salter, Samuel, died i734'8'i, son of James and Mary, of Puddimore. 
Salter, James, died i736'9'ii, son of James and Mary, of Puddimore. 
Salter, Mary, senior, died i736-io"3o, of Puddimore. 
Salter, Ann, died i746'4'29, daughter of James and Mary. 
Salter, Elizabeth, died i77S'9'23, wife of Samuel Salter, junior, and 

daughter of Samuel and Martha Isaac of Montacute, co. Somerset 

(she was born i75i'ii'24), buried i775'9*26. 
Salter, Elizabeth, died i78o'6'2i, aged 5, buried 6'29. 
Salter, James, died I78i'8'i7, aged 78, buried 8'22. 
Salter, Samuel, senior, of Puddimore, died I785'4'i6, aged 80, buried 4*2 1. 
Salter, Samuel, died I785-8-8, aged 38, of Puddimore, buried 8'ii. 
Salter, Robert, of Puddimore, died 1792 •4-30, aged 73, buried 5-4. 
Salter, Robert, of Puddimore, died i8oo'2'5, aged 60, buried 2'io. 

J^rom the Register Books of the Society of Friends 
(^Bristol and Somerset Meeting). 
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Josselyn. Armorial Bearings of the Family of 



[Vol. 2, p. 42.] 



Josselyn. 



Armorial bearings are on record at the College of Arms as having 
been allowed at the Visitation of London 1633-34 to Thomas Joscelin 
of the " Libertie of S' Bartholomew the Create." They are shown in 
trick and blazoned thus : — 

Arms. — Quarterly: ist, Azure, a circular wreath argent and sable> 
with four hawks' bells affixed thereto in quadrangle or, 
Joscelin; 2nd, Argent, a demi-lion rampant sable, ducally 
crowned or, Joscelin ; 3rd, Azure, a fess or, Chaselin ; 
4th, Gules, a griffin segreant within a bordure engrailed or, 
Battaik ; 5th, Gules, an inescutcheon argent within an orle 
of martlets or, Enfeild ; 6th, Gules, on a saltire engrailed or 
five torteaux of the field, a chief ermine. Hide ; 7th, Argent, 
three escutcheons, two and one, gules, Palmer ; 8th, Gules, 
three chevrons argent, Baude. On fess point a crescent 
for difference. 

Crest. — A falcon's leg belled or, the thigh erased gules. 



Origins of the Qiiarterings and Crescent. 



The Josselyn pedigree from a.d. 1200 to a.d. 1470, compiled from 
comparison of the pedigrees given in Clutterbuck's and Chauncy's 
" Histories of co. Hertford," Morant's " History of Essex," Lodge's 
" Peerage of Ireland," and Harleian "Visitations of Essex," runs thus:^ 



I. Henry Josselyn.=f=Jane, dau. and heir of William Chastelin 
I (3rd quarter). 



n. Ralph Josselyn, living 3 John [i20i].=j=Beatrix 



III. John Josselyn, living=y=Catherine, 2nd dau. and coheir of Sir 



10 Henry III. [1225]. 



Thomas Battell, by Elizabeth, dau. and 
heir of Sir Richard de Enfield (4th 
and sth quarters). 



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IV. Thomas Josselyn, living=r=Maude, dau. and coheir of Sir John JosSClyn. 



33 Henry III. [1248]. 



Hyde of Hyde Hall, in Sawbridge- [VoL 2, p. 42.] 
worth, CO. Hertford (6th quarter). 



V. Thomas Josselyn, who was ward of Adam de=f=Alice, dau. of 



Stratton, and was living 13 Edward I. [1285]. 



Thomas Liston. 



VI. Ralph Josselyn, ob :=j=Maud, dau. of Sir John de Sutton, 



30 Edward I. [1302]. 



alias Dudley. 



VII. Geoffry Josselyn, who is said (by Lodge) to=j=Margaret, dau. 



have succeeded his father at Hyde Hall in 
5 Edward I. [131 2] is also said to have been 
living in 21 Richard II. [1397], but this is 
doubtless an error, and it would seem that the 
Geoffry who lived in 1397 must be identical 
not with him, but with his grandson of that 
name who died in 1424 (see IX.) 



of Robert 
Rokell. 



VIII. Ralph Josselyn.= 



=Margaret, dau. and heir of John de Paimere, 
which John's grandmother, wife of his grand- 
father Philip de Patmere, was dau. and heir of 
John Baude of Somerby, co. Lincoln (7 th 
and 8th quarters). 



Thomas Josselyn, 
son and heir, 
ob : s.p. 



IX. Geoffry Josselyn,= 
brother and heir of 
Thomas Josselyn, 
ob : 3 Henry VI. 
[1424]. 



I 
X. Thomas Josselyn,= 

eldest son and 

heir. 



=Catherine, dau. 
of Thomas le 
Bray. 



=Alice, dau. 
of Lewis 
Duke. 



A 



X. Geoffry Josselyn, 2nd j-s«=|=Katherine= 
{crescent); ob: 20 January 
1470 {see memorial brass ist wife, 
in Sawbridgeworth Church 
to him and his two wives). 

A 



=Joan . . . 
2nd wife. 



{Line now represented by Jocelyn, 
Earl of Roden.) 



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Josselyn. 

[Vol. 2, p. 42.] 



The pedigree of Thomas Joscelin of the "Libertie of S' Bartholomew the Create," recorded 
at the College of Arms as before mentioned, commences with John "son and heire of 
Ceoffry," which John is followed by his 3rd son GeofTry, who is followed by his son Thomas, 
who died 6 July 1552, and was followed by his son Thomas, who died in 161 1 and was 
father of Thomas, the subject of the pedigree. 

In 1900 pedigrees of descents traced down from the Thomas last above mentioned were 
recorded at the College of Arms, and arms and quarterings allowed to him at the Visitation 
of London before mentioned have been again allowed (placing Hyde in the 4th quarter and 
Batell and Enfield in the 5th and 6th quarters) to descendants from him, of whom there 
are therein recorded as of age and li\ing in 1900 the following males, viz : — 

I, Arthur Henry Josselyn of Fornham, near Bury S' Edmunds, and his brothers, viz: 
2, Frederick John, and 3, Willoughby ; also their kinsmen, viz : i, John Henry Josselyn 
of Ipswich, his brothers, viz : 2, James Edward, and 3, George Francis, and the nephews 
of the three last named, viz : i, Frederic Oswell Josselyn, 2, John Josselyn, 3, Arthur 
IMurray Josselyn, 4, Edward Josselyn, and 5, Ernest William josselyn, sons of their deceased 
brother Frederic. 



Pedigree of Josselyn. 



{Printed from certified MS. copy of tlie original recorded at the 
College of Arms in igoo.) 



c. 24, 258"- 
John Joscelin,=j=Anne. 
son and heir of 
Geofifrey. 



Rafe Joscelin. =Elizabeth. Philipp. Geofifrey Joscelin, =f= 

third son. 



Thomas Joscelin,==Elizabeth, daur of 



ob: 6 July 1552, 
A° 6, E. 6. 

Norff: 21, II. 



Nicholas Hadleigh, 
ob : 17 April, 
29 Eliz. 



Thomas Joscelin of Little=j=Mary, dau. of Thomas Parker ; 



Horkesley in the county 
of Essex ; bur. there 1 7 
September 1611. 



bur. at Little Horkesley 
aforesd 20 June 1609. 



John Jossel>Ti, mentioned Richard Josselyn, bur. at=Mary, living in 
in his brother Thomas' Little Horkesley aforesaid Lavenham, co. 
will 1635. 26 August 1 61 6. Suffolk, 1635. 



Francis Josselyn, 
mentioned in his 
brother Thomas' 
will 1635. 



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C. 2, 191. 



I. 24, 49. 



=Thomas Josselyn of Little HorkesIey=f=Susan, daughter of=j=Thomas Lock 



Jane, daughtei 

of Edmund aforesaid, and of Saint Bartholomew 

Saunders of the Great, London ; one of the 

Charlwood, co. Secondaries in the Office of the King's 

Surrey job.s.p. Remembrancer in the Court of the 

I St wife. Exchequer; died 5 April 1636, bur. 

at S' Bartholomew the Great aforesd 

on the South side of the Choir. Will 

dated 4 Aug. 1635, proved in P.C.C. 

26 April 1636 (37 Pile.) 



Sir William Welby of 
Gedney, co. Lincoln, 
Knight of the Bath ; 
bapt. at Gedney afore- 
said 26 July 1590; bur. 
at Saint Bartholomew 
the Great, aforesaid, 
5 June 1672. 2nd 
wife. 



of Gray's Inn, 
London. ist 
husband. 



Elizabeth, his first= 
wife, bur. at Little 
Horkesley afore- 
said 17 November 
1658. 



=Thomas Josselyn of Little Horkesley aforesaid,= 
baptized at Saint Bartholomew the Great 
aforesaid 2 September 1631 ; admitted to 
Colchester Grammar School 4 Oct. 1641 ; 
buried at Little Horkesley aforesaid 18 August 
1 68 1. Will dated 14 July and proved 10 
October 1681 in the Archdeaconry Court, 
Colchester. 



Thomas Josselyn of Little 
Horkesley aforesaid ; born 
14, and bapt. there 15 Sep- 
tember 1654; mentioned in 
his father's will 1681, and as 
deceased in the will of his 
brother James 1 7 1 2. 



=Anne his second wife, sister 
of M" Margery Clopton 
(buried at Little Horkesley 
aforesaid 7 September 1678) 
buried there 6 November 
1677. 



I 
James Josselyn of Little Horkesley aforesaid ,-=j=Rose, daughter 
born 19 March and baptized there 3 April 
1656; mentioned in his father's will 1681. 
Will dated 29 September 1712, and proved 
P.C.C. 20 June 1713 (137 Leeds); buried at 
Little Horkesley aforesd 17 April 17 13. 



of Hugh Rice, 
buried at Little 
Horkesley afore- 
said 5 July 1709. 



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Philip Josselyn,^. . . sister 
mentioned in his of WiUiam 
brother Thomas' Witham. 
will 1635. 



Thomas Ancell,=Mary, died=John Lyte, 
married at Little before 4 mentioned in 
Aug. 1635. 



Horkesley afid 
25 September 
1606. ist hus- 
band. 



the will of his 
brother-in-law, 
Thomas Jos- 
selyn, 1635. 



Elizabeth, buried 
at Little Hor- 
kesley afsd 1 3 
July 1605. 



Mary, buried at Saint Bartholomew Jane, living 
the Great afid 4 December 1630. 1636. 



Elizabeth, bapt. at Saint Bartholomew 
the Great aforesaid, 21 Sept. 1630. 



William Josselyn, 
born II, and bapt. 
21 Nov. 1661 ; 
mentioned in his 
father's will. 



Susan, born 
4, and bapt. 
15 April 1663. 



Elizabeth, born 8 January, 
and bapt. 8 Feb. 1665 
married to . . . Church 
living a widow in 1 7 1 2 
mentioned in will of James 
Joscelyn 17 12. 



I 



Ann, born 
10, and bap- 
tized 1 8 Aug. 
1668. 



Margery, born 
2, and baptized 
26 August 1670. 



James Josselyn of Little Horkesley aforesaid ; baptised 9 June 1689 ; eldest=j=Sarah, his wife, 
son, mentioned in his father's will 1712; mentioned as deceased in Indentures 
dated 4 and 5 March 1747. 



All baptized at Little Horkesley afsd. 



James Josselyn of Little=j=Sarah, daughter of 



Horkesley Priory, co. 
Essex, eldest son ; bap- 
tized 24 April 1717 ; 
party to Indentures 
dated 4 and 5 March 
1747 and 2 June 1774. 
Will dated 26 February 
1786, proved P.C.C. 
6 September 1787 (415 
Major). 



Mark Lay of \Vakes 
Colne, CO. Esse.x, and 
sister of Mark Lay of 
Gripping Hall in 
Wakes Colne afsd ; 
marriage settlement 
dated 4 and 5 March 
1747; party to Inden- 
ture of 2 June 1774. 



John Josselyn, 
born I, and 
bapt. 3 April 
1 7 19, buried at 
Little Horkes- 
ley 1 9 October 
following. 



Mark Josselyn 
of Little Hor- 
kesley afsd ; 
baptized 26 
April 1 721. 



Sarah, born 
and bapt. 12 
Nov. 1715. 



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Hugh Josselyn of Mount Bures, co. Essex; bapt. 22 December 1691. Will dated 27 May 
1765, proved in Commissary Court of London (Essex and Herts) 13 June 1766. Mentioned 
in his father's will 1712. =j= 



All baptized at Great Horkesley, co. Essex. 



James Josselyn of Wakes Colne= 
aforesaid, eldest son, baptized 
3 December 1 748 ; party to 
Indenture 2 June 1774; died 
15 November 1793. Adiiion 
II January 1794 (Inventory 
taken 26 November 1793) to 
John Mayhew in the Arch- 
deaconry Court of Colchester. 



=Margaret, daughter of John 
Lay of Little Horkesley 
aforesaid; marriage articles 
dated 2 June 1774; married 
at Little Horkesley afore- 
said 12 July following by 
Licence. 



Mark Josselyn, 
bapt. 1 1 Jan. 
1749; buried at 
LittleHorkesley 
aforesd 15 P"eb- 
ruary 175^. 



John Josselyn, 
bapt. 10 Oct, 
1 75 1, buried at 
LittleHorkesley 
aforesd 18 Oc- 
tober 17C2. 



I 
James Josselyn,= 

aged 15 in 
1794; buried at 
LittleHorkesley 
aforesd 2 Jan. 
1809, aged 30. 
Adiiion granted 
out of the Arch- 
deaconry Court, 
Colchester, 1 7 
April 1809. 



daughter 
of Thomas 
Maberley. 



/K 



John Josselyn of= 
Great Horkesley 
aforesaid, and later 
of Boxtead Hall, 
Boxtead, co. Essex ; 
bapt. 18 April 1781 
at Wakes Colne 
afsd; party to an In- 
denture dated 9 May 
1809 ; died i, and 
buried 8 May 1820 
at Little Horkesley 
afsd. Will dated 15 
Dec. 1 819, proved 
in P.C.C. 13 July 



Mary Anne, daijr=. . . .=WilliamBaker 
of Mark and Mussett. Hughes of 
2°<^husb: 



Elizabeth Lay of 
Horkesley, co. 
Essex; born 25 
Marchi789,bapt. 
at Little Hor- 
kesley afsd; died 
16 October 1856, 
buried at Spring- 
field,co. Essex, 22 
of same month. 



Springfield 
aforesaid. 3rd 
husband. 



John Josselyn of S' Edmund's Hill, Bury=j=Mary Anne Sarah, daughter of Henry Other 



St. Edmunds, co. Suffolk ; sometime Student 
of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, in the 
Commission of the Peace and Deputy Lieu- 
tenant and (in 1855) High Sheriff for co. 
Suffolk ; born 9 Aug., bapt. at Great Horkesley 
aforesaid 25 Oct. 181 6; died 19 February 1884, 
buried at Rougham, co. Suffolk. 



Bishop, Clerk in Holy Orders, Vicar of 
Ardleigh and Rector of Great Clacton, 
CO. Essex; born 10 March 181 3, bapt. 
at St. Mary's Church, Ardleigh afsd ; 
marr. there 14 Nov. 1837 ; died 10 
June 1897, bur. at Rougham aforesaid. 



issue. 



Arthur Henry Josselyn of Fornham Priory, near Bury S' Edmunds, Lieut.-Colonel (retired) late 
Norfolk Reg' ; in the Commission of the Peace and Deputy Lieutenant for co. Suffolk ; born 
16 October 1839, baptized at Market Weston, co. Suffolk. Living unmarried 1900. 



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Thomas Josselyn, baptized 26 Sept. 1697; sold land in Great 
Horkesley to his nephew James Josselyn ; ment'' in his father's 
will 1712 ; mentioned as deceased in will of James Josselyn 1786. 



William Josselyn, bapt. 
22 June 1 701, and buried 
at Little Horkesley afsd 
13 May 1702. 



E 








1 

Mark Josselyn, 
bapt. 2 1 Aug. 
1752; mentioned 
in his father's 
will 1786. Living 
1794. 


1 
Richard Josselyn, 

bapt. 8 Oct. 1754, 
buried at Little 
Horkesley afore- 
said 18 November 
following. 


1 
William Josselyn, 

bapt. 19 July 1759, 

buried at Little 

Horkesley 11 Jan. 

1760. 


1 1 
John Josselyn, Robert Josselyn, 
bapt. 3 r March baptized 8 May 
1763. 1767. 



Sarah, bapt. 17 July 1753; Elizabeth, bapt. 8 April 1756; Mary, bapt. Anne, bapt. 

married at Little Horkesley married at Little Horkesley afsd 29 Jan. 1758, i Nov. 1764. 

afsd 21 August 1780, to i Feb. 1781 to John Lay of bur. at Little 

Samuel Leah, Surgeon ; Boxtead afsd (his will dated 27 Horkesley 16 

buried 1781 at Little Hor- July 1811, proved in P.C.C. May 1759. 

kesley aforesaid. 24 September 18 17.) 



I 



Margaret, aged 
18, 1794. 



Sarah, aged 
17, 1794. 



Mary, aged 
16, 1794. 



Elizabeth, aged 
10, 1794. 



Frederick John= 
Josselyn of Bed- 
ford, Lieutenant- 
Colonel (retired) 
late 96"> Reg', 
Chief Constable 
of CO. Bedford ; 
born 4 Dec. 
1840, baptized at 
Market Weston 
aforesaid. Living 
1900. 



=Helen, daur of John 
Posford Osborne 
of Colchester, co. 
Essex ; born 15 
Dec. 1849, bapt. 
at S' Giles', Col- 
chester ; marr. 1 6 
February 1876 at 
S' Mary the Walls, 
Colchester, afore- 
said. Living 1900. 



Willoughby Josselyn= 
of Bury S' Edmunds 
afsd; born 31 March 
1854, bapt. at Saint 
James', Bury S' 
Edmunds aforesaid. 
Living 1900. 



=Frances Ethel Gertrude, daur of 
John White, Clerk in Holy 
Orders, sometime Student of 
Caius College, Cambridge, Master 
of Arts of that University, Rector 
of Chevington, co. Suffolk ; bom 
30 Jan. 1868, bapt. at Cheving- 
ton aforesaid; marr. there 18 
October 1898. Living igoo. 



Mary Frances Helen, born 23 May 
1900 at Bury S' Edmunds afsd, 
bapt. there 24 June following. 



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John Josselyn of Horkesley aforesaid, and of Cook's=i=Hannah, daughter of William Firman 



Hall in West Bergholt, co. Essex; bapt. 12 March 
1703 ; mentioned in his father's will 1712 ; admitted to 
copyhold in the Manor of Mount Bures, bequeathed by 
his father, 13 October 1726; died 30 May 1741, buried 
at Little Horkesley aforesaid 2 June following. Admon 
granted out of the Commissary Court of London (Essex 
and Herts) 16 June same year. 



of Wiston, CO. Suffolk (whose will 
dated 2 Dec. was proved 10 Dec. 
1746 in the Archdeaconry Court of 
Sudbury) ; married at Wiston aforesd 
20 Sept. 1733. Administratrix to 
her husband 1741. 



John Josselyn of Copdock, co. Suffolk,= 
sometime of Nedging, county Suffolk ; 
admitted copyhold tenant in the Manor of 
Mount Bures aforesaid, as son and heir of 
his father 18 June 1742 ; died 20 Feb. 1819, 
aged 82, buried at Belstead, co. Suffolk. M.L 
Will dated 12 March 181 8, proved in P.C.C. 
18 March 1819 (128 Ellenboroicgh). 



=Sarah, only child of Simon 
Sparrow of Ipswich ; married 
at S' Mary Tower, Ipswich, 
by licence, 27 October 1767 ; 
died 29 October 1816, 
aged 72, buried at Belstead 
aforesaid. M.I. 



Hannah, men- 
tioned in the 
will of her grand- 
father, William 
Firman, 1746. 



John Josselyn of Sproughton, co. Suffolk; born= 
16 June 1769, bapt. at Belstead afsd 3 July 
following ; died 6, and buried 12 May 1842 at 
Sproughton afsd. M.I. Will dated 29 October 
1841, proved 16 June 1842, P.R. 



'Charlotte Augusta, daughter of John Forth of 
Ipswich aforesd. Lieutenant in the Royal Navy; 
bom 23 August 1770; married 28 Feb. 1797 
at S' Mary Quay, Ipswich; died 31 Aug. 1841, 
bur. at Sproughton afsd 6 Sept. following. 



John Josselyn of Sproughton afsd ;=Emily, dailr of William Godfrey of Kennett Hall in the 
born 26 Dec. 1802, bapt. at Belstead parish of Kennett, co. Cambridge; born 24 Nov. 1815, 
afsd; died 22 June 1869, s.p., bapt. at Kennett afsd; marr. there 7 July 1831J died 
buried at Sproughton afsd. 21 July 1864, bur. at Sproughton. 



Charles James 
Josselyn, born 
17 Jan. 1842, 
bapt. at Market 
Weston afsd ; 
died 18 August 
1843, buried at 
Southwold, CO. 
Suffolk. 



John Josselyn of Bury 
S' Edmunds afsd ; 
born 3 Feb. 1846, 
bapt. at S' James', 
Bury S' Edmunds ; 
died 20 March 1863, 
bur. at Rougham 
aforesd. 



Henry Trimmer Osbome,= 
Clerk in Holy Orders, 
sometime Student of 
Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 
Bachelor of Arts of that 
University, Rector of 
Newton, co. Suffolk. 
Living 1900. 



=Maud Mary, elder daiir, 

born 31 March 1843, 

bapt. at Market Weston 

afsd ; marr. 9 September 

1885, at Little Whelne- 

tham, CO. Suffolk. Living 
1900. 



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Rose, bom, 15 and bapt. 
22 December 1687. 



Rose, bapt. 
3 June 1694. 



Elizabeth, baptized 
24 March 1699. 



^Vnn, bapt. 23 Aug. 1702; 
mentioned in her father's 
will 1712. 



H 



All mentioned in their father's will 18 18. 



Firman Josselyn of 
Leiston, co. Suffolk ; 
menf* as also his 
brothers in his 
father's will 181 8. 



Charles Josselyn of Elmstead, 
CO. Essex ; died 29 Aug. 
1861, a^ed 78, bur. at Belstead 
af§d. M.I. 



James Josselyn 
of Belstead and 
of Copdock, 
both aforesaid. 



Sarah, wife of the Rev. 
Charles Lionel Scott 
of Wootton Courtney, 
CO. Somerset, Clerk. 



Parsons, 
ist hush: 



=Ann Frances.^Rev. Francis Rose Harriet, marr. John Maria, marr. George 
of Hadleigh, county Gosnall of Bentley, Anthony Alderton of 
Suffolk, Clerk. co. Suffolk. Belstead afsd. 



George Josselyn of Ipswich and Sproughton= 
afsd ; Alderman of Ipswich 1846-78, Mayor 
1842, 185 1, and 1859; born i, and bapt. 

2 Jan. 1807 at Belstead afsd ; died 27, and 
bur. 31 May 1888 at Sproughton afsd. 
M.I. Will dated 11 June 1886, proved 

3 July 1888, Principal Registry. 



=Elizabeth, daughter of Scarlet Browne Bell of 
Wallington Hall in the parish of Wallington-with- 
Thorpland, county Norfolk, late a Captain in 
Bombay Native Infantry; born 31 May i8o6 in 
India, bapt. at Bombay there; married 9 February 
1831, at S' Nicholas, King's Lynn, co. Norfolk; 
died 14 December 1881, bur. at Sproughton 
19 Dec. following. 



John Henry Josselyn of Ipswich aforesaid, in the 
Commission of the Peace for that Borough, Alderman 
and (in 1888) Mayor thereof; Honor^ Colonel (V.D.) 
ist Volunteer Battalion Suffolk Regiment; born 17 
and bapt. 28 Dec. 1834 at S' Mary Quay, Ipswich. 
Living unmarried 1900. 



George Josselyn, bom 20 September 
1837, bapt. at S' Mary Quay, Ipswich, 
afsd; died 31 Aug. 1845, buried at 
Sproughton afsd. 



Thomas Jervoise Huddleston of Thurston, = 
CO. Suff: J. P. for that county; died 29 
April 1885, bur. at Great Yarmouth, 
CO. Norfolk. 



=Laura, younger daiir : bom 31 May 1844, bapt. at 
Market Weston afsd; married 12 Aug. 1873, at 
S' James', Bury S' Edmunds aforesaid. Living 
1900. 



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Augusta, eldest 
daughter, born 
II August 1801, 
bapt. at Belstead 
aforesd ; died un- 
married 14 Sept. 
181 5, buried at 
Sproughton afsd. 



Charlotte, second 
daughter, born 13 
February 1804, 
bapt. at Belstead 
aforesaid; died 14 
February 1804, 
buried at Belstead 
aforesaid. 



Edmund Salter Whitbread,= 
Clerk in Holy Orders, 
Rector of Strumpshaw, co. 
Norfolk; sometime Student 
of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 
Master of Arts of that 
University ; died 5 No- 
vember 1890, bur. at 
Strumpshaw aforesaid. 



Charlotte Matilda, third 
daur; born 17 May 1805, 
bapt. at Belstead aforesd ; 
marr. 6 Oct. 1829, at 
Sproughton afsd ; died 
20 Jan. 1898, bur. at 
Strumpshaw. 



A 



Norf: 17, 128. 



Mary Elizabeth, daughter 
of Henry Lloyd Oswell, 
Clerk in Holy Orders, 
sometime Student of 
Christ Church, Oxford, 
Master of Arts of that 
University ; marr. 2 1 
October 1868 at S' 
George's, Shrewsbury ; 
died 26 Oct. 1884, 
buried at Sproughton. 
I St wife. 



=Frederic Josselyn of= 
Redcliffe Gardens, in 
the parish of Kensing- 
ton, CO. London, Lieut.- 
Colonel and Honorary 
Colonel (V.D.) ist 
Middlesex E.V. ; born 
19 August 1842, bapt. 
at S' Mary Tower, 
Ipswich afsd ; died 7 
January 1900, buried 
at Sproughton afsd. 



=Frances Harriett, 
third daiir of 
Alexander Henry 
Bartlet of Ipswich 
aforesaid, M.D. ; 
married 14 No- 
vember 1889, at 
All Souls', Lang- 
ham Place, Lon- 
don. 2nd wife. 
Living s.p. 1900. 



James Edward Josselyn, 
Colonel Royal Artillery, 
Commanding R.A. 

North-Eastern District ; 
born 6 July 1844, bapt. 
17 July follows at S' 
Mary Tower, Ipswich 
afsd. Living unmarried 
1900. 



George Henry 
Josselyn, born 
2sAugust 1869, 
bapt. at S' 
Mary's in the 
parish of West 
Brompton, co. 
London ; died 
unmarried 4 Sep- 
tember 1895, 
buried at Dib- 
rugarh, Assam, 
India. 



Frederic Oswell 
Josselyn, born 6 
September 1870, 
bapt. 2 October 
follows at S' 
Mary's, in the 
parish of West 
Brompton afore- 
said. Living 
unmarr. 1900. 



John Josselyn= 
born 28 Octo- 
ber, and bapt. 
30 November 
1872 at S' 
Mary's, West 
Brompton afore- 
said. Living 
1900. 



=Lilian Bella, daur of 
William Weston Elwes, 
Clerk in Holy Orders, 
Archdeacon of Madras ; 
bom 17 June 1879, 
bapt. at Budleigh Salter- 
ton, CO. Devon ; marr. 
14 Feb. 1900 at S' 
George's Cathedral, Ma- 
dras. Living 1900. 



John William Josselyn, born 
13 November 1900 at Madras, 
bapt. at the Cathedral there 
3 1 December following. 



Arthur Murray 
Josselyn, bom 
27 Oct., bapt. 
3 Dec. 1876 
at S' Mary's, 
West Bromp- 
ton aforesaid. 
Living 1900. 



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Mary Sarah, fourth 
daur, born 2 February 
1 808, bapt. at Belstead 
afsd ; died unmarried 
13 May 1890, bur. at 
Sproughton afsd. 



Emma, fifth daughter, 
born 13 July 1810, 
baptized at Belstead 
aforesaid ; died unmar- 
ried 10 December 
1842, buried at 
Sproughton afsd. 



William Wallace, Clerk= 
in Holy Orders, Rector 
of Thorpe Abbotts, co. 
Norfolk; died 6 De- 
cember 1868, bur. at 
Thorpe Abbots aforesd. 



/K 



=Rosetta, youngest dau., 
born 8 February 1814, 
bapt. at Sproughton 
afsd ; marr. there 3 
August 1844. Living 
1900. 



George Francis Josselyn of Ipswich 
afsd, in the Commission of the Peace 
for that Borough and Mayor thereof 
1895; born 17 March, bapt. 8 May 
1846 at Saint Mary Tower, Ipswich 
afsd. Living unmarried 1900. 



Thomas William Salmon^ 
of Diss, CO. Norfolk ; died 
16 March 1886, buried 
at Bradwell, co. Suffolk. 



=Elizabeth, eldest dafir, born 
II October 1833, bapt. at St. 
Mary Quay, afsd; marr. 17 Au- 
gust 1859 at St. Mary Tower 
aforesd. Living 1900. 



/K 



Mary Anne, second daiir, 
bom 13 May 1836, bapt. 
at St. Mary Quay, Ipswich, 
afsd. Living unmarried 
1900. 



Rose, third daiir, born 
12 February 1839, bapt. 
at St. Mary Tower, Ips- 
wich, aforesd. Living 
unmarr. 1900. 



Catherine Emily, youngest daughter, 
born II July 1840, baptized at Saint 
Mary Tower, Ipswich, aforesd ; died 
unmarried 16 August 1889, buried at 
Sproughton aforesaid. 



Edward Josselyn, 
born 8 Oct., bapt. 
22 November 
1877 at S' Mary's, 
West Brompton 
aforesd. Living 
1900. 



Ernest William 
Josselyn, born 
30 Nov. 1878, 
bapt. 1 7 Jan- 
uary 1879 at S' 
Mary's, West 
Brompton afsd. 
Living 1900. 



Margaret Eliza- 
beth, eldest 
daughter, bom 
27 March 1875, 
bapt. at Saint 
Mary's, West 
Brompton afore- 
said. Living 
1900. 



Constance Grace, 
second daughter, 
born 6 Feb. 1882, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, 
West Brompton 
aforesaid; died 26 
February 1891, 
buried at Reigate, 
CO. Surrey. 



Mary, third and 
youngest daur, born 
I November 1884, 
baptized at Saint 
Mary's, West Bromp- 
ton aforesaid. Died 
16 February 1891, 
buried in Brompton 
Cemetery. 



/ hereby certify that the foregoing pedigree is a true copy 
of entries made in the Records of the College of 
Arms, London. 



College of Arms, 

JO September igo2. 



Acting Registrar. 



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mmmmuiesm 




JOSCELINE QUARTERINGS. 

1. JoscELiN. — Azure, a circular wreath argent and sable, with four 

hawks' bells affixed thereto in quadrangle or. 

2. JoscELiN. — Argent, a demi-lion rampant sable, ducally crowned or. 

3. Castelain. — Azure, a fess or. 

4. Hyde. — Gules, on a saltire engrailed or, five torteaux, a chief ermine. 

5. Batell. — Gules, a griffin segreant within a bordure engrailed or. 

6. Enfield. — Gules, an inescutcheon argent within an orle of 

martlets or. 

7. Patmer. — Argent, three inescutcheons gules. 

8. Bawde. — Gules, three chevronels argent. 

Crest of Joscelin. — A falcon's leg, belled or, the thigh erased gules. 



Josselyn. The Scheme upon -which the Josselyn quarterings were passed 
[Vol. 2, p. 42.] j^y i/^g Examiners of the College of Arms after recording 

the Pedigree in igoo, printed from a rough MS. copy 
furnished by York Herald. 



E. 2, 15. 
James Joscelin.^ 




Henry Joscelin.=f=Jane, daur and heir of 
William Castelain. 



Thomas Joscelin.=j=Maud, daur and heir of 
John Hide, knight. 



\%%\ 





John Josselyn.=T=Katherine, daur 
and heir. 



Thomas Josselyn of Hyde Hall,=i=Alice, daur of William 



CO. Herts, an° 13, E. i. 



Leston. 



Raphe Josselyn.=j=Maud, daur of Sir 
John Sutton. 



I 
Jeffrey Josselyn. =j=Margaret, daur of 

Robert Rockell. 



Raphe Joscelin.=f=Petronill or Margaret, 
daiir and heir. 



Thomas Josselyn.=f=Maud, daur of 
Adam Brankred. 



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Sir Thomas Batell.=j=Elizabeth, daiir and heir 
of Richard Enfield. 



A Philpot, 13, 33"- 



John Bawde of= 
Somerby. 



Ahce, daur and coheir, 
wife of John Barrington. 



Philip Patmer.=j=. . . . daur and heir. 



John Patmer.=j= 



John Patmer.= 



Philip Patmer.=j= 



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Katherine, daur of Thomas Lebraye, =i= Jeffrey josselyn, died ii Jan: i470,=Joan, buried at 



buried at Sawbridgeworth. M.I. there. 



buried at Sawbridgeworth. M.I. 



Sawbridgeworth. 
M.I. there. 



Thomas Josselyn.=i=Alice, daflr of 
Lewis Duke. 



I 
George Josselyn, heir of his=j=Maud, daSr of 

uncle Sir Ralph, aged 40-50 Edmund Bardolf. 

and more 1478. 



John Josselyn of High Rooding,=pPhilip, daur 



CO. Essex, Esq^. Died 14 July 1525. 
Will dated i August 1524. Proved 
13 Febv 1525 in P.C.C. 



of William 
Bradbury. 



Raphe Josselyn.= 



=Katherine, daGr 
and coheir of 
Richard Martin. 



I 
Sir Thomas Josselyn.^ 



=Dorothy, daSr 
of Sir Jeffrey 
Gates. 



. . . . wife 
of S'' Nicholas 
Wentworth. 



I I I 

Gabriel John George 

Josselyn. Josselyn. Josselyn. 



A 



48 



C. 24, 458'' 



Geoffrey Josselyn,: 
second son. 




Sir Ralph Josselyn, Mayor of London 1464, 
citizen and draper; died s.p. 12 Oct'' 1478. 
Inquisition post mortem dated 5 Nov"' 1478. 



John Josselyn,=j=Anne. 
son and heir. 



Rafe Josselyn. Philip Josselyn. Geoffrey Josselyn.= 



Norfolk, 21, II. 



Thomas Josselyn,=j=Elizabeth, daiir of Nicholas 
ob: 6 July 1552. Hadleigh, ob: 17 April 29 Eliz. 



Thomas Josselyn of Little Horkesley,=j=Mary, daijr of Thomas Parker ; 



CO. Essex; buried there 17 Sepf 1611. 



I. 24, 49B 



buried 20 June 1609 at Little 
Horkesley aforesaid. 



I I 2 

=Thomas Josselyn of Little=j= 
Horkesley afsd, &c. I 

A 



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Penruddocke. 

[Vol. 2, p. 44.] 



Pedigree of Penruddocke. 



Thomas Penruddocke=j=Agnes Lowther, dau. of 



of Arkelby, 
Cumberland. 



CO. 



Sir John Lowther 

Westmoreland. 



of 



Robert Penruddocke=i=Agnes Leigh, dau. and Henry Penruddocke. Alexander Penruddocke. 
of Arkelby. heiress of Sir William 

Leigh. 



Edward Penruddocke of Arkelby ;=j=Elizabeth Highmore, dau. of Robert Highmore of 



died before 27 September 1560 
{Chan: Fro:) 



Armathwaite, co. Cumberland; living 27 September 1560 
(Chan : Pro: 2nd Series, 14.2, 2S). 

A 



Robert Penruddocke of Hale, co. Hants, = 
and of Broad Chalke, co. Wilts, esquire ; 
M.P. for Cumberland 1554; bur. at 
Broad Chalke 7 March isSf. Will 
dated 10 March 157^, proved 8 April 
1583 (P.C.C, 17 Rowe). 



=Joyce Charnell, dau. 
of John Charnell of 
Wishaw, CO. ^Va^- 
wick ; living 8 April 
1583- 



Anthony Penrud-=. . . dau. 
docke of Broad j of William 
Chalke, gent. English of 

Owterside, 
CO. Cum- 
berland. 



John Penruddocke of Hale, esquire ; heir of Robert=f=Joan, mentioned in her husband's 



Penruddocke 10 March 157^; Reader of Gray's Inn, admit- 
ted 1562; I\LP. for Wilton 1584, and for Southampton 1586; 
died 8 March i6ofl bur. at Hale. ^\i\\ dated 31 May 
1600, proved 15 April 1601 (P.C.C. 26 Woodhall). 
{Inq. p. m. 22 September 1 60 1.) 



will 31 May 1600, afterwards of 
Salisbury, Wilts. Will dated 16 
February 16 if, proved 14 May 
1614 (P.C.C. 47 Lawe). 



Sir Thomas Penruddocke= 
of Hale, knight ; of 
Queen's College, Oxford, 
matriculated 22 February 
159!, aged 16; admitted 
to Gray's Inn 1 1 February 
15I4; M.P. for Downton 
1 60 1, and for Cumberland 
1 614; executor to his 
father's will 15 .A.pril 1601; 
knighted at Whitehall 23 
July 1603. Will dated 26 
May 1637, proved 20 June 
1637 (P.C.C. 98 Goare). 



=Susan Watson of 
Madams Court, 
CO. Kent ; marr. 
at St. Dunstan's- 
in-the-West, Lon- 
don, 31 January 

iS9t; living 7 
February i6ij. 



Antonio Penruddocke, bom at=j=Jane, execu- 



Salisburyin 1585 (the King of Por- 
tugal was his godfather); e.xecutor 
to his father's will 15 April 1601 ; 
mentioned in his mother's will 16 
February 16 ly. Will dated 29 
December 1641, proved 2 May 
1642 (P.C.C. 60 Campbell). 



trix to her 
husband'swill 
2 May 1642 ; 
died in 1652. 



Lucy Penruddocke. 



William Greenhill, junior, of=Jane, living 
London; living 10 January 10 January 
165I. {Royalist Composition 165I. 
Papers, p. 32 2y.) 

c 



Sir George Penruddocke of Broad Chalke ; bapt. at=j=Ursula Lawley, dau. and heiress of Sir 



Broad Chalke 30 October 1604; executor to his 
father's will 20 June 1637 ; compounds for attending 
the King at Oxford 5 August 1646; mentioned in 
will of Sir John Penruddocke i January 164I. 
Will dated 27 April 1664, with two codicils dated 
respectively i May and 17 May 1664, proved 8 July 
1664 (P.C.C. 85 Bruce). 



Edward Lawley of Wenlock, co. Salop, 
knight ; marr. before 5 August 1 646 ; 
marr. istly Sir Roger Bertie, K.B. [1625], 
2nd son of Robert, Earl of Lindsey ; 
executrix to her husband'swill 8 July 1664 ; 
mentioned in will of her son, Charles 
Penruddocke, 18 September 1678. 



50 



Elizabeth Apryse,=j=Sir George Penruddocke of Ivy Church, co. Wilts, knight ;=Ann, relict 



dau. and heiress 
of William Apryse 
of Falston, co. 
\Vilts. I St wife. 



M.P. for Salisbury issf, and for co. Wilts 155I and 1572; of John 
admitted to Gray's Inn 1555; Standard Bearer at the battle Cock. 2nd 
of St. Quentin 1557 ; knighted at Hatfield by Robert, Earl of wife. 
Leicester, 7 August 156S; died 8 July 1581. {Ing. p. m. 
S June, 24Eliz.) Administration granted 30 July 1581 (P.C.C.) 



Sir Edward Penruddocke of Compton= 
Chamberlayne, co. Wilts, knight ; men- 
tioned in will of his uncle, Robert 
Penruddocke, 10 March 157!, and in 
will of his cousin, John Penruddocke, 31 
May 1 600 ; purchased Compton Chamber- 
layne I May 1579; aged 22, 8 July 1581; 
administrator to his father 30 July 1581 ; 
M.P. for Weymouth 1584, and for Wilton 
1586; knighted 23 July 1603; died 
I February i6i|, bur. at Compton 
Chamberlayne {Inq.p. m. 3 1 May, iijac.l. ) 



=Mary Massey, dau. and 
heiress of George Massey 
of Puddington, co. Ches- 
ter ; died in December 
1630, bur. at Comp- 
ton Chamberlayne. Will 
dated 19 December 

1630, proved 6 May 

1 63 1, by granddaughter, 
Mary Thistlethwayte 
(P.C.C. 60 St. John). 



Sir Robert Penruddocke, 
knight; of Oxford Uni- 
versity, B.A. 18 June 1575, 
M.A. 5 May 1578; execu- 
tor to will of his uncle, 
Robert Penruddocke, 8 
April 1583 ; M.P. for 
Wilton 158I, i59§ and 
1597, and for Ludgershall 
1601 ; knighted at White- 
hall 23 July 1603; died 
in August 1603. 

E 



Sir John Penruddocke of Compton Chamber-= 
layne, knight ; of Queen's College, Oxford, 
matriculated i July 1608, aged 17 ; admitted to 
Gray's Inn 18 March i6of ; aged 21, i February 
i6i| ; mentioned in his mother's will 19 
December 1630; D.C.L. 21 February 164!; 
knighted at Oxford 24 February 164!; com- 
pounds for attending the King at Oxford 
16 December 1645; died in June 1648, bur. 
at Compton Chamberlayne. Will dated i Jan- 
uary 164I. Adfnon was granted 10 June 1648, 
to Stephen Bowman, gent, executor to Dame 
Joan Penruddocke (P.C.C. 105 Essex). 



Joan Meade, dau. of Sir 
John Meade of Lofts, 
CO. Essex, knight ; 
named executrix by 
her husband i January 
164!^; died in June 
1648. Will (nuncupa- 
tive) dated 27 May 
1648, proved 10 June 
1648, by Seymour 
Bowman, sole Exor 
(P.C.C. HI Essex). 



George Penruddocke, 
died in August 1601. 

Jasper Penruddocke, 
died young. 

Walter Penruddocke, 
died young. 

Robert Penruddocke. 



Sir Manwood Penrud- 
docke, admitted to Gray's 
Inn 30 January 159!; 
knighted 23 July 1603; 
bur. at Kensington, co. 
Middlesex, 29 January 
i6o|, as " Slaine at 
Netting Wood in fight." 



William Penruddocke 
of Broad Chalke, co. 
Wilts; inherits "Dol- 
phin," in New Sarum, 
from his father 31 May 
1 60 1. Adfnon was 
granted 1 1 March 160^ 
(Consistory of Sarum). 



Sir Edward Musgrave=j=Katherine, mentioned 



of Hayton Castle, co 
Cumberland; knighted 
at Whitehall 10 July 
1603; Lord Lieutenant 
for CO. Cumberland ; 
bur. in Aspatria 
Church, CO. Cumber- 
land. M.I. 



in will of her grand- 
father, Robert Pen- 
ruddocke, 10 March 
157! ; marr. before 
31 May 1600; men- 
tioned in her mother's 
will 16 February 16 if. 



As 



Sir John Penruddocke of Salisbury, co. Wilts ; petitions the Composition Committee 
8 November 1653 ; mentioned in codicil to will of his brother. Sir George Penruddocke, i May 
1664, and in will of his cousin, Jane Penruddocke, 30 August 1670. 



George Penruddocke of Hale,= 
CO. Hants, and of Broad 
Chalke, co. Wilts, esquire ; 
executor to his father's will 8 
July 1664. Will dated 16 Sep- 
tember 1680, proved 18 July 
1681 (P.C.C. wo North). 



=Jane, mentioned in 
will of her brother-in- 
law, Charles Penrud- 
docke, 18 September 
1678, and in her 
husband's will 16 
September 1680. 



Edward Penruddocke of Hale, esquire ; 
mentioned in hisfather'swill2 7 April 1664; 
executor to will of his brother, Charles 
Penruddocke, 10 June 1680, and to will 
of his brother, George Penruddocke, 18 
July 1681. Will dated 4 July 1695, proved 
7 September 1695 (P.C.C. 222 Irby). 



51 



Elizabeth, marr. 
Thomas Bowman. 



Mar>', marr. istly John Leigh, and 2ndly Cuthbert Musgrave of Crookdyke, 
CO. Cumberland (son of Mungo Musgrave) ; he marr. istly . . .Aglionby, 
and died 2 April 1583 {lug. p. m. jo October, 27 Eliz:). 



Henry Penruddocke, mentioned 
in will of his godfather, John 
Penruddocke, 31 ]May 1600; 
died young. 

Robert Penruddocke, died in 
October 1615. 



Alexander Thistlethwayte of=j=Dorothy, mentioned in her 



Winterslow, co. Wilts, esquire ; 
mentioned in will of his brother- 
in-law, Sir John Penruddocke, 
I January 164^; bur. at Winters- 
low, aged 63, 20 January 164^. 
M.I. 



A 



mother's will 19 December 
1630, and in will of her 
brother, Sir John Penrud- 
docke, I January 164^; died, 
aged 70, I November 1657, 
bur. at Winterslow. M.I. 



Elizabeth, marr. Thomas Smith of Joan, died in May 1622; Mary, marr. Stephen Bowman of 
Bishopston, CO. Wilts, gent; living marr. John Clarke of co. Cumberland; living 19 De- 
19 December 1630. =r London. =]= cember 1630. 



I 



I 



John Penrud- Thomas Pen- George Penruddocke, aged 7 in 1623; of Queen's College, 
docke, died in ruddocke, died Oxford, matriculated 19 November 1632, aged 17: admitted to 
Nov. 1614. in Feb. i6if. Lincoln's Inn i November 1635; mentioned in will of his grand- 

mother, Mary Penruddocke, 19 December 1630; died in 1636. 



Elizabeth, mentioned 
in her mother's will 
16 February i6i| ; 
marr. after 31 May 
1 600, Gawen Brayth- 
waite of Ambleside, 
CO. Westmoreland. 



Frances, mentioned in will of her Mary Penrud- 

grandfather, Robert Penruddocke, docke, born 20 

10 March 157!, and in her mother's June, bapt. at 

will 16 February i6if ; marr. before Broad Chalke, 

31 May 1600, John Mason (eldest co. Wilts, 7 July 

son of Anthony Mason of Ealing, 1583; executrix 

CO. Middlesex, Clerk of the Parlia- to her mother's 

ments ; living 9 June 1600 {Chan: will 14 May 

Fro: Eliz: M. 6, 47). 16 14. 



Elinsa, executrix 
to her mother's 
will 14 May 
16 14; living 2 
May 1642; marr. 
. . . Seaborn. 



Edward Penruddocke of the City of Westminster, esquire; 
bapt. at St. Dunstan's-in-the-West, London, 12 September 
1615; mentioned in his father's will 26 May 1637; of the 
"Six Clerks Office" 21 February 163! to 30 January 164^, 
and 8 June 1660 to 27 December 1662; he accompanied 
Charles II. to France, but returning to England was 
imprisoned in the Tower three years. Administation 
granted 22 December 1663 (P.C.C.) 



Katherine Penruddocke, bapt. at 
Broad Chalke 16 June 1603. 



William Penruddocke, bapt. at 
Broad Chalke 9 August 1606; 
bur. there 18 December 1608. 



{Sarah), bapt. at St. Dunstan's-in-the-West, 
London, 24 July 1609; marr. . . . Robinson, 
mentioned in his father-in-law's will 26 May 
1637- 



Elizabeth Penruddocke, bapt. 
at St. Dunstan's-in-the-West, 
London, 12 April 161 1; bur. 
there 23 February i6i|. 



Jane Penrud- 
docke,mentioned 
in her father's will 
26 May 1637. 



Charles Penruddocke, 
mentioned in his 
father's will 27 April 
1664; "died in parts 
beyond the seas." Will 
dated 1 8 September 
1678, proved 10 June 
i68o(P.C.C.84^a//<). 



Thomas Pen- 
ruddocke,men- 
tioned in his 
father's will 27 
April 1664. 



Joseph Gage of SherborneCastle,=j=Elizabeth, not 21, 27 



CO. Oxford, esquire (4th son of 
Sir Thomas Gage of Firle, co. 
Sussex, baronet); entered the 
English College at Rome as a 
"Converter" 14 October 1670; 
executor to will of his brother- 
in-law, Edward Penruddocke, 7 
September 1695. ^ 

Gage, Viscounts Gage. 
52 



April 1664; executrix 
to will of her brother, 
Charles Penruddocke, 
10 June 1680; unmar- 
ried 16 September 
i68o;died5 December 
1693. 



John Penruddocke of Compton Chamberlayne, 
CO. Wilts, esquire, Colonel in the Royalist Army; 
aged 4 in 1623; of Queen's College, Oxford, 
matriculated 20 January 163^, aged 16; ad- 
mitted to Gray's Inn 14 May 1636; took the 
National Covenant before 16 December 1645; 
head of a rising against the Commonwealth 
Government ; beheaded at Exeter 16 May 
1655, bur. at Compton Chamberlayne 19 May 
1655. {See ''Dictionary of National Biography," 
Vol. XLIV., page 345.) 



=Arundell Freke, dau. 
of John Freke of 
Shroton, co. Dorset, 
esquire ; aged 3 in 
1623 ; marr. in 1639. 
Will dated 26 June 
1666, proved 12 Feb- 
ruary i66f (P.C.C. 
27 Carr). 



Henry Penruddocke, 
aged 3 in 1623; men- 
tioned in will of his 
grandmother, Mary 
Penruddocke, 19 De- 
cember 1630; bur. at 
West Lavington, co. 
Wilts, 3 1 December 
1644, as "slaine by a 
souldier of y= contrary 
pty." 

G 



George Penruddocke, 
died in September 
1664. 

ThomasPenruddocke, 
died in December 
1646. 



Thomas Penruddocke of Compton Chamberlayne,= 
esquire; mentioned in will of his grandfather. Sir 
John Penruddocke, i January 164!^, and in will 
of his sister, Jane Penruddocke, 30 August 1670; 
of Magdalen College, Oxford, matriculated 26 
July 1666, aged 17; executor to his mother's 
will 12 February i66|; M.P. for Wilton 1678 
-88 ; died before 1695. 



=Frances Hanham, dau. 
of John Hanham of 
Iwerne Courtney, co. 
Dorset, esquire; mar- 
riage licence (Faculty 
Office) dated 9 July 
1672, then aged 21 ; 
living 4 July 1695. 



John Penruddocke, died in March 1676. Thomas Penruddocke of Compton==L8etitia Ashe, dau. 



Edward Penruddocke, died in January 
1680. _ 

Jane Penruddocke, died in September 
1683. 



Chamberlayne, esquire ; born in 
1678; died in July 1741. Will 
dated 9 July 1741, proved 28 July 
1741 (Consistory Court of Sarum, 
5. 140)- 



of William Ashe 
of Heytesbury, co. 
Wilts ; died 22 
February 174I. 



Charles Penruddocke of Compton Chamberlayne,=j=Frances Wyndham, dau. of William 



esquire; bapt. at Compton Chamberlayne in 1708; 
of St. John's College, Oxford, matriculated 27 October 
1729, aged 20; executor to his father's will 28 July 
1741; High Sheriff for CO. Wilts 1 741; bur. at Compton 
Chamberlayne 3 March 1769. Will dated 19 August 
1767, proved 27 April 1769 (P.C.C. 138 Bogg). 



Wyndham of Dinton, co. Wilts, 
esquire; born in April 1708; marr. 
at Baverstock, co. Wilts, 29 December 
1 741; bur. at Compton Chamberlayne 
31 July 1796. 



Charles Penruddocke of Compton Chamberlayne,^ 
esquire ; bapt. at Compton Chamberlayne 24 
October 1743; of Trinity College, Oxford, 
matriculated 23 October 1 761, aged 17; executor 
to his father's will 27 April 1769; M.P. for co. 
Wilts 2 October 1770, 25 October 1774, 19 Sep- 
tember 1780, 14 April 1784; Lieut.-Colonel 
Commanding the West Wilts Volunteers 
5 September 1803 ; died 30 October 1788, 
bur. at Compton Chamberlayne. Will dated 
30 December 1787, proved 9 February 1789 
(P.C.C. 107 Machani). 



=Anne Henrietta Wynd- 
ham, dau. of Wadham 
Wyndham of Fyfield, co. 
Wilts, esquire; born in 
1740; marr. at Milton 
Lilbome, co. Wilts, 10 
April 1769; executrix to 
her husband's will 9 
February 1789 ; died in 
December 1822. 



Thomas Penrud- 
docke, died in 
infancy in August 
1745- _ 

Henrietta Stratford 
Penruddocke, died, 
aged 19, in July 
1761. 



John Hungerford Penruddocke of Compton Chamberlayne, esquire,=Maria Anne Pearse, dau. 
J. P. and D.L. ; born 23 January 1770; of New College, Oxford, of John Pearse of Standen, 
matriculated 9 February 1789, aged 18, M.P. for Wilton, co. Wilts, 
I February 182 1, and five following Parliaments; High Sheriff for 
CO. Wilts 181 7; died s.p. in Curzon Street, Mayfair, London, 
25 December 1841. 

S3 



CO. Wilts, esquire ; marr. 
in October 1792; died in 
Curzon Street, Mayfair, 
London, 5 April 181 1. 



Thomas Penruddocke, aged 2= 
in 1623; mentioned in will 
of his grandmother Mary 
Penruddocke, 19 December 
1630, and in his mother's will 
27 May 1648; of St. Mary's 
Hall, Oxford, matriculated 2 1 
June 1639, aged 16, B.A. 
1641, M.A. 1642; died in 
August 1649. 



=Sarah, mentioned in will of her mother- 
in-law, Joan Penruddocke, 27 May 1648; 
marr. 2ndly Dr. Edward Warner, who 
died before 23 June 1691 ; executrix to 
will of her daughter, Sarah Penruddocke, 
I October 1695; of Kentish Town, co. 
Middlesex, 7 March 169I. Will dated 
7 March 169^, proved 21 March 169!, 
by kinsman. Sir John Champante (P.C.C. 
51 Pett). 



Sarah Penruddocke of Upper Kipworth, co. Gloucester ; mentioned 
as unmarried in will of her cousin, Jane Penruddocke, 30 August 1670. 
Will dated 23 June 1691, proved i October 1695 (P.C.C, 159 Irby). 



Captain Edward Pen- 
ruddocke, aged 6 
months in 1623; men- 
tioned in will of his 
grandmother, Mary 
Penruddocke, 19 De- 
cember 1630, in his 
mother's will 27 May 
1648, and in will of 
his niece, Jane Pen- 
ruddocke, 30 August 
1670; died in 16S8. 



Thomas Pile of= 
Baverstock, co. 
Wilts, esquire ; 
living 7 March 
169I. 



=Elizabeth, mentioned in will 
of her grandfather, Sir John 
Penruddocke, i January 
164!^; marr. before 26 June 
1666; living 7 March 169!. 



Jane Penruddocke, not 16, i January i64|-; 
mentioned in her mother's will 26 June 1666. 
Her will, as of Shroton, co. Wilts, spinster, 
dated 30 August 1670, provcil 27 March 167 1, 
by Thomas Freke, uncle (P.C.C. 39 Duke). 



George Penruddocke, 
(?) died 2 November 
1750- 



Charles Penruddocke, 
bapt. at Compton Cham- 
berlayne, co. Wilts, 25 
September 1684. 



Arundel, died before 18 November 1721. 
She marr. Robert Hyde of Hatch, co. Wilts; 
his will dated 18 November 1721, proved 
29 August 1722 (P.C.C. 158 Marlboro). 



Henry Wyndham of Salisbury,= 
CO. Wilts, esquire ; born at 
College House, Salisbury, 20 
August 1709; died in 1788. 



= Arundel, bom 16 March 17 if, bapt. at 
Compton Chamberlayne 8 April 17 14; marr. 
at Southampton on Thursday, 1 1 September 
1735; died, aged 66, 3 September, bur. at St. 
Edmund's, Salisbury, 11 September 1780. 



Laetitia Penrud- 
docke, living 8 
July 1737. 



Charles Penruddocke of Burcot, co.= 
Somerset; born 17 June 1773, bapt. at 
Compton Chamberlayne the same day ; of 
Wadham College, Oxford, matriculated 18 
March 1796, aged 22 ; died, aged 25, 
6 November, bur. at Milston, co. Wilts, 
II November 1799. Will dated 11 De- 
cember 1797, proved 14 May 1800. 



=Martha Band, only dau. of John Band of AVookey 
House, CO. Somerset ; received into the church at 
Wookey 22 October 1778; marr. at Wookey 30 
September 1797 (marriage settlement dated 
15 August 1793); died at 16 Great Ormond 
Street, London, aged 43, 3 March, bur. at Milston 
II March 1823. Adinon was granted 24 May 
1823, to Charles Penruddocke, the son. 



/K 



ij^or issue see 



' Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. JI., page 44.) 



54 



Charles Penruddocke, mentioned 
in will of his grandmother, Mary 
Penruddocke, 19 December 1630; 
bur. at Bath Abbey, co. Somerset, 
19 April 1644. 



Joan, aged 5 in 1 6 2 3 ; mentioned in will of her grandmother, 
Mary Penruddocke, 19 December 1630; marr. in 1647, 
John Younge of Durnford, co. Wilts, esquire; aged 9 in 
1623; living I January 164^. He marr. 2ndly, and died 
in 1660. =j= 



Maurice Bock-= 
land, M.P. for 
Downton 1661 
-1695 ; born 
20 April 1648 ; 
married andly 
Mabel, dau. of 
Sir Robert Dil- 
lington of the 
Isle of Wight. 



=Joan, men- 
tioned in 
her mother's 
will 26 June 
1666; marr. 
10 February 
i67f. 



William Jackman= 
of Iwerne Court- 
ney, CO. Dorset, 
gent ; mentioned 
in will of his 
sister-in-law, Jane 
Penruddocke, 30 
August 1670 ; 
aged about 30, 
8 July 167 1. 



=Mary, mentioned 
in will of her 
sister, Jane Pen- 
ruddocke, 30 
August 1670 ; 
marriage licence 
(Vicar-General's) 
dated8Julyi67i, 
she then aged 
about 21. 



Ann, mentioned as un- 
married in her mother's 
will 26 June 1666, and in 
will of her sister, Jane 
Penruddocke, 30 August 
1670; living 7 March 
169! ; married Thomas 
Chafyn of Chettle, co. 
Dorset. 



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Lucy, mentioned in will of 
her brother-in-law, Robert 
Hyde, 18 November 1721 ; 
marr. in 1704, Henry Wallis 
of Grovely, co. Wilts. 



Frances, bur. at Overstone, co. Northampton, 22 November 
1 7 17. M.I. She marr. Henry Stratford of Overstone; bapt. at 
Overstone 15 April 1634; died at Thorpe Abchurch, co. 
Northampton, 5 February 1757, bur. there. 

T 



Thomas Penrud-= 
docke of Manning- 
ford, CO. Wilts, 
Captain 3rd Foot 
Guards ; born 6 
February 1781 ; 
died 4 April 1867. 



=Juliana Lowther, 
dau. of George 
Lowther of Kil- 
rue, CO. Meath ; 
marr. in 1S03 ; 
died 1 5 De- 
cember 181 7. 



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Captain George 
Penruddocke of 
Limpley Stoke, 
CO. Somerset, 
R.N. ; born 3 
October 1784 ; 
died 26 Septem- 
ber 1867. 



Edward Penrud-= 
docke ; born in 
1788 ; died 7 Jan- 
uary 181 7. 



=Priscilla Sarah 
Skelton, dau. of 
J. Skelton of 
Pap Castle, co. 
Cumberland. 



Frances, died 26 Anne Henrietta Penruddocke, Elizabeth Penruddocke, died at Fyfield, 

September 1840 ; died in October 1815. co. Wilts, 5 February 1837. 
marr. after 30 
December 1787, 

Gerald Fitzgerald. Laetitia Penruddocke, died 2 July Wyndham Penruddocke, died in infancy 

1851. in March 1780. 



.55 



NichoUs. 

[Vol. 2, p. 49.] 



Pedigree of NichoUs. 



William NichoUs, bur. at=i=Joan Lawrence of Falmouth, co. Cornwall ; 
St. Keverne, co. Cornwall, marr. at St. Keverne 27 January 'i■^2%^, 
15 November 1777. bur. there 28 June 1779. 



Solomon Nicholls=j=Grace Nicholas, Richard Nicholls,=j=Joan Smith 



of St. Keverne ; 
bapt. at St. Ke- 
verne 25 May 
1729. 



dau. of John 
Nicholas of 

Trenithen, co. 
Cornwall; marr. 
at St. Keverne 
8 May 1755; 
died 15 March 
1825. 



bapt. at St. Ke- 
verne 1 2 May 
1731- 



dau. of Tho- 
masSmithof 
St. Keverne; 
marr. there 
10 February 
1757- 



William=Mary James, 
NichoUs marr. 18 No- 
of St. vemberi76o. 
Keverne. 



Richard Nicholls of Lannarth, Three 

CO. Cornwall; living in 1853. daughters. 



Solomon Nicholls of St.=j=Jane Millett, dau. of George Millett of John Nicholls, marr. 



Keverne ; bapt. at St. 
Anthony-in-Meneage, co. 
Cornwall, 22 June .1756; 
died 20 March 1793. 



Helston, co. Cornwall; born 27 September 9 April 1795, Penelope 

1761 ; marr. at St. Keverne 12 March Rogers. She marr. 

1781; died at Helston, aged 87, 27 January 2ndly Thomas James of 

1849, bur. at Helston. M.I. Wendron, co. Cornwall. 

I 



Sir George Nicholls, K.C.B. ; born at Lanarth, in the parish of St. Keverne, = 
CO. Cornwall, 31 December 1781, bapt. at St. Keverne 5 February 1782; 
educated at the Parish School of St. Keverne and at the Grammar School, 
Helston; entered the Hon^'^ East India Co.'s Mercantile Service in 1796; 
Superintendent of the Birmingham branch of the Bank of England 
1827-34; Poor Law Commissioner 1827-34, Secretary to the Poor Law 
Commision 1847-51; created K.C.B. 1851 ; died at 17 Hyde Park Street, 
London, aged 83, 24 March, bur. in Willesden Cemetery, co. Middlesex, 
30 March 1865. M.I. Will dated 11 October 1858, with codicil dated 
2 July 1862, proved in 1865, by the Rev. Henry George Nicholls, the 
son, Georgiana Elizabeth Nicholls, the daughter, and William Williamson 
Willink, the Exors (Prin. Reg., 335, 65). 





=Harriet Maltby, 
dau. of Brough 
Maltby of Shel- 
ton, CO. Notting- 
ham ; born 10 
April, bapt. at 
Shelton 14 April 
1786; marr. at 
Southwell Cathe- 
dral 6 July 18 13; 
died, aged 83, 
14 May, bur. in 
Willesden ceme- 
tery 20 May 
1869. M.I. 



As 



{For issue see " Visitation of England 
and Wales" Vol. II., page 4g.) 



56 



John Nicholls, born in 1731; 
died at Trebah, in Constantine, 
CO. Cornwall, aged 57, 27 March 
1788. M.I. at Constantine. 



Anne Nicholls, bapt. 
at St. Keverne, co. 
Cornwall, 7 Sep- 
tember 1735. 



Mary Nicholls, bapt. 
at St. Keverne 10 Sep- 
tember, and bur. there 
18 October 1738. 



Mary Nicholls, 
bapt. at St. 
Keverne 2 De- 
cember 1739. 



William Nicholls, born in 1763 ; Grace Nicholls, Ann, bom 8 November 1767; marr. Peter 



Merchant at Falmouth, co. 
Cornwall ; died at Trebah, in 
Constantine, aged 39, 9 January 
1803. Will dated 4 January 
1803, proved by John Came 
and Richard James. 



died, aged Hi, 
20 January 1845. 



Bown Harris of Rosemerryn, J. P., D.L. 
24 October 1808. She died at Falmouth, 
aged 29, 30 April 1799. He marr. 2ndly 
Sarah, dau. of Richard Bluett of Falmouth ; 
died s.p. 27 June 1843. He died 12 March 
1830, bur. at Budock, co. Comwall. 



A 



Charlotte Cornish Cherry, = 
youngest dau. of the Hon'''^ 
John Hector Cherry of 
Bombay, Member of 
Council ; marr. at Mary- 
lebone Parish Church, 
London, 7 February 1816; 
died in India 8 February 
1822. ist wife. 



=Solomon Nicholls of=Marianne Minchin, 
Culverlands, co. Berks, 3rd dau. of Thomas 
J.P.; born 5 March 1 786; 
Judge in the Madras 
Presidency; diedatllfra- 
combe, co. Devon, 22 
August 1857, bur. there. 



Andrew Minchin 
of The Grove, co. 
Hants ; marr. 3 
March 1823. 2nd 
wife. 



y^'A.^U^^:-.^^^^ 



Prudence Nicholls, 
bapt. at St. Keverne 
I June 1784 ; died 
in infancy. 



Prudence Nicholls, 
born in 1788; died 
in 1792. 



Charlotte, born 20 November 
1816; marr. istly 13 March 
183 s, Daniel White of the 
Madras Civil Service ; marr. 
2ndly the Rev. William 
Duckett, and died 3 August 
1892. =j= 



Major-General William John Butterworth, C.B.,-=Harriet, born 

of the Madras Army; created C.B. 20 July 1838, 12 February 

as Adjutant-General of the Madras Army; Lieut.- 1818 ; marr. 

Colonel 2nd European Regiment 1841, Governor 13 November 

of Singapore 14 June 1843 to 1855, Colonel 5th i834;diedio 

Madras Native Infantry 3 December 185 1 ; died August 1835. 
at Millmead House, Guildford, co, Surrey, aged 55, 
4 November 1856. 



57 



Charles Burton,= 
Captain in the 
42 nd Madras 
Native Infantry; 
Judge Advocate- 
General, Madras 
Presidency. 



A 



Rev. Henry George Nicholls (only son=j=Caroline Maria, 

born 27 Decem- 
ber 1 82 1, bapt. 
at St. George's, 
Madras, 28 Jan- 
uary 1822; marr. 
at St. George's, 
Tiverton, co. 
Devon, 1 7 August 



=Emnia Nicholls, 

born 25 De- of Sir George Nicholls, K.C.B., by 
cember 1819 ; Harriet his wife, dau. of Brough Maltby 
marr. 17 August of Shelton,co.Nottingham[j-^f/(7^«j'($]); 
1844; died 30 bom at Southwell, co. Nottingham, 10 
June 1869. January, bapt. there 14 January 1822 ; 

of Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1845, M.A. 1848 ; Perpetual Curate of 
Holy Trinity, Forest of Dean, co. Glou- 
cester, 1847-65 ; died at 26 Porchester 
Terrace, Hyde Park, London, aged 44, 
I January, bur. in Willesden Cemetery, 
CO. Middlesex, 5 January 1867. Will 
dated 5 January 1866, proved in the 
Principal Registiy 14 February 1867, by 
Caroline Maria Nicholls, the Executrix. 



A\ 



(For issue see "Visitation 0/ England 
and Wales," Vol. II., page 51.) 



58 



Pedigree of Jeaffreson. 



Jeaffreson. 

[Vol. 2, p. 52.] 



Jeaffreson, died=j=Elizabeth of Kirton, co. Suffolk. Will dated 



before 23 October 1590. 



23 October 1590, proved at Snape 19 January 
159^ (Arch: Court of Suffolk). 



Samuel Jeaffre^ 
son, executor to 
his mother's will 
I9januaryi59f. 



JohnJeaffreson,=j= 
mentioned in 
his mother's will 
230ctoberi590. 



A\ 



Rachel Jeaffreson, 
mentioned in her 
mother's will as 
unmarried 23 Oc- 
tober 1590. 



Alexander Kemp^Mary, men- 



ster, mentioned in 
his mother-in-law's 
will 23 October 
iS9°- 



tioned in her 
mother's will 
23 October 
1590. 



/K 



Samuel Jeaffreson of Pettistree,=f=Elizabeth. 
CO. Suffolk. 



Joseph Jeaffreson of Wickham Market,=pAnne. 
CO. Suffolk ; mentioned in will of his 
grandmother, Elizabeth Jeaffreson, 23 
October 1590. 



John Jeaffreson=f= 
of Clopton, CO. 
Suffolk ; bapt. 
at Pettistree 24 
December 1609 ; 
mentioned in will 
ofhis uncle, Colo- 
nel John Jeaffre- 
son, 4 September 
1660. /1\ 



Captain Samuel Jeaffreson of the=|= 
Red House Plantation, St. Christo- 
pher's, West Indies ; bapt. at 
Pettistree 11 October 1607; men- 
tioned in will of his uncle. Colonel 
John Jeaffreson, 4 September 
1660, as dead; died at the Red 
House Plantation, St. Christo- 
pher's, 12 December 1649. M.I. 



Susan, mentioned 
in will of her uncle. 
Colonel John Jeaf- 
freson, 4 Septem- 
ber 1660; marr. 
Henry Gunsby of 
Charsfield, co. Suf- 
folk ; died before 
4 September 1660. 



John Jeaffreson, bur. 
at Pettistree 9 Oc- 
tober 161 1. 



Bridget Jeaffreson, 
bapt. at Pettistree 
9 November 1609. 



Rachel, bapt. at Pettis- 
tree 3 November 16 14; 
mentioned in will of 
her uncle. Colonel 
John Jeaffreson, 4 Sep- 
tember 1660 ; marr. 
. . . . Starke. 



John Jeaffreson of Clopton and= 

Nacton, co. Suffolk ; executor to 
will of his uncle. Colonel John 
Jeaffreson, i October i56o. 
Will dated 18 March i68f, 
proved at Wickham 6 February 
i68| (Arch: Court of Suffolk). 



=Anna, execu- 
trix to her 
husband'swill 
6 February 
i68f. 



Samuel Jeaffreson of Ramsholt and=j=Mary, relict of Samuel Pope of Benjamin Jeaffreson, 



Clopton, CO. Suffolk, gent; mentioned 
in will of his great-uncle. Colonel 
John Jeaffreson, 4 September 1660. 
Will dated 16 October 1693. Ad- 
ministration granted 18 November 
1693 (Arch: Court of Suffolk). 



Bawdsey, who died in 1690; 
renounced execution of her hus- 
band's will 18 November 1693. 
Will dated 27 November 1693. 
Administration granted 14 De- 
cember 1693 (Arch: Court of 
Suffolk). 



living 
168I 



18 March 



59 



MaryParkins,==Colonel John Jeaffreson of St.=Sarah, relict of Frances, mentioned in will 



dau. of Aden 
Parkins of 
Bunny, co. 

Nottingham. 
I St wife. 



Andrew's, Holborn, London ; an ... Phipps, 
original settler in St. Christopher's, living 4 Sep- 
West Indies, 1624; mentioned in tember 1660. 
will of his grandmother, Elizabeth 2nd wife. 
Jeaffreson, 23 October 1590. Will 
dated 4 September 1660, proved 
1 October 1660 (P.C.C. 1 74 Nabl>s). 



of her grandmother, Eliza- 
beth Jeaffreson, 23 October 
1590, and in will of her 
brother, Colonel John 
Jeaffreson, 4 September 
1 660 ; marr. . . . Hales. 



Christopher Jeaffreson of Dullingham, co. Cambridge, esquire; not 17,= 
4 September 1660; Agent for St. Christopher's 1683; mentioned in will of 
his cousin, John Jeaffreson, 18 March 1687 ; died, aged 75, i August 1725, 
bur. at Dullingham. M.I. Will dated 7 July 1725, proved 8 December 
1725 (P.C.C. 254 Romney). 



--. . . Gamiell, 
dau. of Colonel 
George Gamiell. 



Charles Brett of Rotherby, co. Leicester ,-=Mary, aged 23 

Gentleman Pensioner-in-Ordinary; marr. at 24 February i67f; 

Westminster Abbey 3 March 167I (marriage 

licence [Vicar-General] dated 24 February 

i67f, he then aged about 40); died, aged 

50 years and 4 months, 24 May, bur. at St. 

Margaret's, Westminster, 27 May 1682. 

M.I. He marr. istly Anne, dau. of Sir 

Ambrose Browne of Beechworth Castle, co. 

Surrey, ist husband. 



mentioned in will 
of her cousin, John 
Jeaffreson, 1 8March 
i68f. Administra- 
tion granted to her 
brother 30 June 
1703 (P.C.C.) 



=. . . Lewis=. . . Morgan 
of CO. Gla- 3rd husband, 
morgan. 2nd 
husband. 



Rachel, died before 18 March 
i684; marr. Henry Pottle of 
Marlesford, co. Suffolk. 



Sarah, living 18 March i68f ; 
marr. . . . Villers, died 
before 18 March 168^. 



I 



I 



Anna, living 18 March i68f ; 
marr. James Goodwyn, living 
18 March 168^. 

I 



John Jeaffreson of Rouse Hall, Clopton, co.==Ann Scott, marr. 2 Oc 



Suffolk, gem ; administrator to his father's will 
18 November 1693; renounces execution of 
■will of Christopher Jeaffreson 8 December 
1725; bur. at Clopton 5 May 1747. Will 
dated 20 April 1743, proved December 1747 
(Arch: Court of Suffolk, file 65, fo. 38). 



tober 1698; executrix 
to her husband's will 
December 1747; died, 
aged 74, 26 October, 
bur. at Clopton 31 
October 1751. 



Christopher Jeaffreson, 
mentioned in will of 
his grandfather, John 
Jeaffreson, 18 March 
i68f; probably died 
before 1 6 October 
1693. 



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Simon Jeaffreson, mentioned in will of 
his grandfather, John Jeaffreson, i8 
March i68y; died a minor. Administra- 
tion granted 22 March 169!, to his 
brother, John Jeaffreson (Arch: Court 
of Suffolk). 



Benjamin Jeaffreson, mentioned in will=p 
of his grandfather, John Jeaffreson, 18 
March i68y, in will of Christopher 
Jeaffreson 7 July 1725, and in will of his 
brother, John Jeaffreson, 20 April 1743. 



Christopher Jeaffreson of Dullingham, esquire ;= 
born 12 July 1699; of the Middle Temple, 
London ; M.P. for Cambridge Borough 28 
December 1744 and 6 May 1748; died 18 Jan- 
uary i74f, bur. at Dullingham. M.I. Will 
dated 18 January 174!, proved 22 January 174! 
(P.C.C. 16 Lisle). 



=Elizabeth Shuckburgh, dau. of Sir John 
Shuckburgh of Shuckburgh, CO. Warwick, 
baronet; executrix to her husband's will 22 
January 174I; died, aged 78, 12 July 1778, 
bur. at Dullingham. M.I. 



Christopher Jeaffreson of= 
Dullingham, esquire; not 21, 
18 January 174!; executor 
to will of his brother, Shuck- 
burgh Jeaffreson, 6 August 
r77o; died, aged 55, 26 
September 1789, bur. at 
Dullingham. M.I. 



=Sarah Dayrell, dau. 
of Francis Dayrell 
of Shudy Camps, co. 
Cambridge, esquire; 
died, aged 62, 10 
June 1792, bur. at 
Dullingham. M.I. 



Shuckburgh Jeaffreson of Elizabeth, died 

St. James', Westminster, August 1733. 

esquire; mentioned in his 

father's will 18 January 

174I. Will dated i Feb- Elizabeth, not 

ruary 1 7 70, proved 6 August 21, 18 January 

1770 (P.C.C. 300 ye«wr). i74f. 



Lieut-General Christopher Jeaffreson of Dulling-= 
ham, CO. Cambridge ; Ensign in the i8th Foot 28 
December 1778, Captain 17 March 1783, Lieut.- 
Colonel I January 1798, Major-General 4 June 
1811, Lieut. -General 19 July 1821; died, aged 64, 
22 October 1824, bur. at Dullingham. M.I. 



=Henrietta Robinson, dau.= 
of Lieut. -General John 
Robinson of Denston Hall, 
CO. Suffolk ; marr. in 1794; 
died 29 January 1826, bur. 
at Dullingham. M.I. 



Henrietta (only child) ;= 
marr. 23 June 1827 ; 
died in Paris 1 2 March 
1838. ist wife. 



=William Piggott of Dulling- 
ham, esquire, J. P. and D. L. ; 
born 29 October 1804; 
died 23 March 1875. 



=Charlotte Maria, relict 
of John, I St Baron 
Keane; marr. 18 Octo- 
ber 1847. 2nd wife. 



=Anthony, nth 
Viscount Gor- 
manston ; born 
in 1736; died 
1 5 December 
1786, bur. at 
Strathmullen. 



/N 



/K 



Sarah Elizabeth Jeaffreson, 
died, aged 40, 11 May 1804, 
bur, at Dullingham. 



Mary Jeaffreson, bapt. 28 
October, and bur. at Dul- 
lingham 31 October 1764. 



John Jeaffreson, bapt. 10 October 
1768; bur. at Dullingham 20 
February 1769. 



61 



John Jeaffreson of Bawdsey Hall, co. Suffolk ; mentioned in=j=Elizabeth Catchpole ; marriage 



will of Christopher Jeaffreson 7 July 1725; executor to his 
father's will December 1747 ; died, aged 57, 6 August 1759, 
bur. at Bawdsey. M.I. Will dated 22 November 1749, proved 
12 October 1759 (P.C.C. 330 Arran). {For Monumental 
Inscription see ^^ Fragmenta Genealogica," Vol. IV., page 33.) 



licence at Ipswich dated 23 
April 1726; died, aged 62, 
29 August 1759, bur. at 
Bawdsey. 



John Jeaffreson ; Rev. Christopher Jeaffreson, Rector of Tunstall, co.^ 
executor to his Suffolk ; mentioned in will of his grandfather, John 
father's will 12 Jeaffreson, 20 April 1743, and in his father's will 
October 1759 ; 22 November 1749; executor to will of his uncle, 
Samuel Jeaffreson, 19 May 1764, and to will of his 
uncle, Joseph Jeaffreson, 23 December 1767 ; died, 
aged 60, 30 January 1789, bur. at Tunstall. Will 
dated 15 June 1788, proved 13 March 1789 
(Arch: Court of Suffolk, file 19, fo. 29). 



died, aged 27, 
16 May 1760. 



=Mary Syer, sister of 
John Syer of Milden- 
hall, surgeon ; marr. 
at Woodbridge, co. 
Suffolk, 2 Decem- 
ber 1765 ; executrix 
to her husband's will 
13 March 1789. 



Rev. Christopher Jeaffreson := 
of Pembroke College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1792, M.A. 
1799; Chaplain to Marquess 
of Hertford ; Rector of Tun- 
stall, CO. Suffolk, and after- 
wards of Lougborough, co. 
Gloucester, and 52 years 
Rector of Iken, co. Suffolk ; 
took the name of Baldry ; 
died at Connaught Place, 
Hyde Park, London, aged 
76, 24 February 1846. 



=Elizabeth Syer, 
dau. of Dr. John 
Syer of Melton ; 
marr. in March 
1792 ; died at 
Brompton, aged 
77, 18 December 
1847. 



John Jeaf- 
freson of 
Islington, 
CO. Middle- 
sex, sur- 
geon ; not 
21, 15 June 
1788. 



Samuel Jeaffre-= 
son, Lieutenant 
R.N. ; not 21, 
15 June 1788; 
died, aged 28, 
12 December 
1805, bur. at 
Tunstall. 



=Susan Bonhole, 
dau. of Daniel 
Bonhole of Bun- 
gay, CO. Suffolk, 
attorney ; marr. 
2ndly .... 
Reeve, M.D. 



/N 



Harriet, marr. at Tunstall 13 
April 1792, the Rev. William 
Bradley, Vicar of Aldeburgh, 
CO. Suffolk. 



Mary, marr. istly at Melton on Monday, 17 April 1797, 
John Carthew of Woodbridge, attorney; and 2ndly at Melton 
27 April 1814, Admiral John Fordyce Maple of Melton, 
afterwards of Kilburn Priory, C.B., who fought at Trafalgar. 
He died, aged 78, in May 1847. 



62 



Samuel Jeafifreson of Fir= 
Tree House, Brandeston, 
co.Suffolk,gent ; mentioned 
in will of Christopher 
Jeaffreson 7 July 1725 ; 
executor to his father's will 
December 1 747, and to will 
of his brother, Benjamin 
Jeafifreson, 30 December 
1752 ; died, aged 57, in 
1764. Will proved at 
Ipswich 19 May 1764. 



=Catherine Kemp, 
dau. of Henry 
Kemp of Parham 
Hall, CO. Suffolk ; 
marr. 2ndly . . . 
Chenery of Earl 
Soham,co. Suffolk, 
surgeon; executrix 
to her husband's 
will 19 May 1764; 
died, aged 92, 12 
June 1 819. 



Joseph Jeafifreson of John Jeaffreson, 

Brandeston; inherits receives lands in 

lands in Pettistree Earl Soham by 

by his father's will his father's will 

proved 19 May 1764; proved 19 May 

died, aged 57, 23 1764. 
October 1818. 



Joseph Jeafifreson of Pettis- 
tree, CO. Suffolk, gent ; 
mentioned in will of Chris- 
topher Jeaffreson 7 July 
1725, and in will of his 
brother, John Jeaffreson, 22 
November 1749; executor 
to will of his brother, 
Samuel Jeaffreson, 19 May 
1764 ; bur. at Pettistree 
15 December 1767. Will 
dated 30 September 1761, 
proved 23 December 1767. 



Mary, living 20 
April 1 743; marr. 
after 7 July 1725, 
John Thompson 
of Charsfield, co. 
Suffolk, yeoman. 

1 



Samuel Jeaffreson, bom=j=Ann Bennington, dau. of 



at Fir Tree House, 
Brandeston ; died, aged 
30, 19 January, bur. at 
Pettistree 22 January 
1790. M.I. 



Joseph Bennington of Ufford, 
CO. Suffolk; died at Wickham 
Market, co. Suffolk, aged 70, 
II April, bur. at Pettistree 
18 April 1831. M.I. 



A\ 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. II., page 52) 



Ann, mentioned in will of 
Christopher Jeaffreson 7 
July 1725, and her 
father's will 20 April 
1743; died before 30 
September 1761 ; marr. 
before i January 17 24, 
Hoby Grouse of Dul- 
lingham co. Cambridge, 
grocer. =f= 
A 



Robert Jeaffreson= 
of Pettistree and 
of Ufford, surgeon ; 
mentioned in will 
of Christopher 
Jeaffreson 7 July 
1725 ; living 20 
April 1743 ; died, 
aged 64, 27 No- 
vember 1777. 



=Lydia Knights, dau. of 
Knights 
of Halesworth, co. 
Suffolk ; marr. at 
Bromeswell, co. Suf- 
folk, 3 December 
1749 ; marr. istly 
(marriage licence 

dated 26 August 
1736) John Stebbing 
of Wickham Market. 



Benjamin Jeaffreson of 
Needham Market, co. 
Suffolk, draper;mentioned 
in will of Christopher 
Jeaffreson 7 July 1725. 
Will dated 27 November 
1752, proved 30 Decem- 
ber 1752 ; marr. before 
20 April 1743, Isabella 
Hunt. 



/N 



Ann, died, aged 29, 2 February 1760; marr. 
after 22 November 1749, John Barthropp 
of Alderton, co. Suffolk. His will dated 
7 May 1792, proved 22 May 1793, by Robert 
Barthropp, the son. =p 
A 



Samuel Jeaffreson of Bawdsey, co. Suffolk ; 
executor to his father's will 12 October 1759, 
and to will of his uncle, Joseph Jeaffreson, 
23 December 1767. Adirion granted 31 July 
1769, to Christopher Jeaffreson, clerk, the 
brother (Arch: of Suffolk). 



63 



Percival. 

[Vol. 2, p. 68.] 



Pedigree of Percival. 



Peter Percival of Warrington, co.= 
Lancaster, M.D. ; died 4 April 
1 701, bur. at Thelwall, co. Chester. 



=Martha Worsley, said to have 
marr. 30 April 1690; died, 
aged 89, 25 June 1755. 



Thomas Percival of 
Warrington; M.D. of 
Leyden 1720; died, 
aged 59, 12 January 
1755, l^ur. at War- 
rington. 



James Percival 
of Liverpool, 
merchant. 



Joseph Percival, died,=j=Margaret Orred, dau. 



aged 49, in 1743, 
bur. at ^\^a^rington 
27 March 1744. 



of Daniel Orred; born 
at Sutton-in-Warrall 
9 March i7oi; died, 
aged 39, bur. at 
Warrington 27 March 
1744. 



Other 
issue. 



I 
Thomas Percival of Manchester, M.D.,= 
F.R.S., A.S. (2nd son); bom 29 
September 1740; Doctor's Diploma 
from Great College of Leyden, where 
he was Student (his grandfather before 
him was a pupil of the famous 
Boerhave of Leyden); ist President of 
the Literary and Philosophical Society 
of Manchester ; Member of Royal 
Societies of Paris and Lyons, of the 
Medical Society of London and of Aix 
in Provence, of the American Academy 
of Arts, &c. ; died at his residence in 
Manchester, in his 64th year, 30 
August, bur. at Warrington 3 Sep- 
tember 1804. M.I. {See "Dictionary 
of National Biography," Vol. XLIV., 
page 383-) 



Cs 



dixxDTUuJ Je/i-ri^rL 



=Elizabeth Bassnett, 
dau. and heir of 
Nathaniel Bassnett, 
by Ann May his 
wife ; born 1 1 May 
1747 ; marr. at St. 
George's, Liverpool, 
24 March 1766 ; 
died at her house 
in Marlborough 
Buildings, Bath, 
CO. Somerset, in 
her 75th year, 17 
January 1822. 



Elizabeth 
Percival. 



Martha, marr. 
at \\'arrington 
17 July 1 751, 
Richard Nay- 
lor of Manches- 
ter; born 31 
January, bapt. 
at Cross Street 
Chapel 2 Feb- 
ruary 1729 ; 
died«><Mi8oo. 



Other 




<CV^^ 



:^ 



i^For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. II., page 68.) 



64 



Pedigree of Dugdale. 



Dugdale. 

[Vol. 2, p. 73.] 



Edmund Dugdale of Great Harwood,= 
Clitheroe, co. Lancaster ; bapt. 1 1 
March 169!; bur. 2 July 1737- 



=Ann Dagon, marr. 
26 December 1721. 



John Dugdal 
of Great Har- 
wood ; bapt. 
23 September 
1722; bur. 6 
July 1 791. 



e=i=Ann Aspden, 
dau. of Nathaniel 
Aspden; marr. 24 
September 1749; 
died, aged 67, 
bur. 23 May 1795. 



David Dug- 
dale, bapt. 
2 7 March 
1726. 



=Janet Bailey, 
marr. 10 Oc- 
tober 1759. 



Richard Dug- 
dale, bapt. 19 
January 1728 ; 
bur. 3 January 
1811. 



=Ann Calvert, 
marr. 25 Au- 
gust 1751. 



A\ 



I 
Edmund Dug-= 
dale of Great 
Harwood; born 
12 April 1757; 
bur. S July 
1809. 



=Peggy Hindle, Nathaniel Dug-^ 
dau.ofThomas dale of Great 
Hindle; marr. Harwood; bapt. 
16 September 30 May 1762; 
1793. died 23 Sep- 

tember 18 1 6. 



=Ellen Smalley, Thomas =j=Grace Pickles, 



dau. of John Dugdale, 

Smalley of baptised 

Smalley Thorn, 18 May 

Great Har- 1766. 

wood; marr. 27 

March 1785; ^ 

died, aged 65, 

bur. 4 August 

1828. 



dau. of Edward 
Pickles ; marr. 
7 September 
1793; died in 
June 1797. 



Mary Marshall,- 
dau. of James 
MarshallofMan- 
chester ; born 
II May 1792 ; 
marr. at the Old 
Church, Man- 
chester, 25 Oc- 
tober 1809; died 
at Manchester, 
in the 3Sth year 
of her age, 11 
October, bur. at 
Great Harwood 
on Monday, 16 
October 1826. 
I St wife. 



John Dugdale of Dovecote= 
House, near Liverpool, and 
of Llwyn, co. Montgomery ; 
bom at Great Harwood 20 
December 1785, bapt. there 
15 January 1786; died at 
Dovecote House 29 July 
1855, bur. at Great Har- 
wood. Will dated 28 May 
1853, proved at Chester 
15 January and at London 
25 January 1856, by James 
Dugdale and John Dugdale, 
the sons, two of the Exors, 
power reserved to John 
Fielden, the other Exor 
(P.CC. 24, 56). 



/K 



^Elizabeth Whit- 
tenbury, dau. of 
William Whit- 
tenbury of 

Ardwick, Man- 
chester ; born 

IS July 1794; 

marr. at the Old 
Church, Man- 
chester, 4 De- 
cember 1828 ; 
died at Barfield, 
near Manches- 
ter, aged 70, 
7 May 1864, 
bur. at Great 
Harwood. 2nd 
wife. 



James Dugdale of=^EllenMart- 



LowerHouse, Ha- 
bergham Eaves, 
CO. Lancaster ; 
bapt. 1 2 February 
1792. 



land, dau. 
of John 
Martland 
of Padi- 
ham, CO. 
Lancaster. 



/N 



{^For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. II., page loj.) 



65 



John Dug- Adam Dugdale=Mary Hargraves, 
dale, bapt. of Dovecote dau. of John Har- 
28 May House, near graves of Burnley, 
1769; died Liverpool ; bom co. Lancaster; 

injulyi826. injanuaryi77i. marr. 25 December 

iSoo. 



Anne, born 23 
February 1752 ; 
died in February 
1823 ; marr. 3 
September 1775, 
James Haworth. 



I 



Charlotte, bom in April 
1773; died s August 
1821 ; marr. 24 May 
1 79 1, James Sykes 
of Accrington, co. 
Lancaster. =y 



Ann, born g November= 
1792, bapt. at Great 
Harwood, co. Lancaster, 
6 January 1793; marr. 
there 11 October 18 10; 
died, aged 30, 12 Jan- 
uary, bur. at Great 
Harwood 16 January 
1823. ist wife. 



=William Dugdale of Ivy Bank,= 
Habergham Eaves, co. Lan- 
caster; born at Great Harwood 
21 September, bapt. there 20 
October 1793; died at Ivy 
Bank, Habergham Eaves, 1 1 
November, bur. at Great 
Harwood 18 November 1839. 
Will dated 6 October 1838, 
proved 20 May 1840. 



/K 



=Sarah Roberts, eldest dau. of Henry 
Roberts of Higher White Lee, 
Fence-in-Pendle, co. Lancaster, by 
Elizabeth his wife ; born at White 
Lee, Fence-in-Pendle, 15 October 
1803 ; marr. at Padiham, co. 
Lancaster, 24 August 1826; died 
9 August, bur. in the family vault at 
Great Harwood 16 August 1841. 
2nd wife. 



A\ 



(For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. IV., page 13.) 



Thomas Dugdale of Griffin Lodge,= 
Blackburn, co. Lancaster, J. P. and 
D.L. for CO. Lancaster ; born at 
Oakenshaw, Clayton-le-Moors, co. 
Lancaster, 14 May, bapt. at St. 
James', Altham, co. Lancaster, 19 
May 1797 ; died at Griffin Lodge, 
Blackburn, 17 March, bur. in the 
family vault in the cemetery at 
Blackburn 20 March 1875. ^^'11 
dated 12 March 1875, proved at 
Lancaster 14 June 1875, by Adam 
Dugdale and James Boardman 
Dugdale, sons, and James Dugdale, 
nephew, the Exors. 



=EIizabeth Walmsley, only surviving child 
of Thomas Walmsley of Blackburn, by 
Dorothy his wife ; born at Blackburn 
30 March 1800; marr. at the parish 
church, Blackburn, 13 March 1824; 
died at Griffin Lodge, Blackburn, 9 April, 
bur. in the family vault in the cemetery 
at Blackburn 16 April 1866. Will dated 
12 June 1865, proved at Lancaster 
8 December 1866, by Thomas Dugdale 
and Adam Dugdale, sons, power 
reserved to James Boardman Dugdale, 
son, the other Exor named. 



Mary Dugdale. 



As 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. II., page 73.) 



66 







v^ 0alut a tons 3^ 



Pedigree of Brit ton. 



Britton. 

[Vol. 2, p. 77.] 



John Britton of Grimsbury in= 
Bitton, CO. Gloucester; bur. at 
Bitton 22 December 1648. Will 
dated 10 December 1648, proved 
at Gloucester 16 January 164!. 



=Elizabeth Deane, marr. at Oldland, 
in Bitton, 21 May 1627; executrix to 
her husband's will 16 January 164! ; 
bur. at Bitton 17 July 1661. 



John Britton, 
bapt. at Old- 
land, in Bit- 
ton, in 1634 ; 
mentioned in 
his father's 
will 10 De- 
cember 1648. 



Thomas Britton, 
bapt. at Oldland 
29 September 
1639 ; men- 
tioned in his 
father's will 10 
December 1648. 



Maurice BrittonofGeemore,= 
in Bitton ; bapt. at Oldland 
23 February i64§; men- 
tioned in his father's will 10 
December 1648; bur. at 
Bitton 17 May 1716. Will 
dated 14 May 17 16, adinon 
granted at Gloucester 19 
February i7§^. 



'Margaret, named 
executrix by her 
husband's will 14 
May 1 7 16. 



I 
Joan Britton, 
bapt. at Old- 
land 14 May 
1628 ; men- 
tioned in her 
father's will 
10 December 
1648. 



... .1. . 

Maurice Britton of=j=Jane, marr. Stephen Britton,=j=Mary Hall, dau. of William Britton, 



Geemore, in Bitton ; 
bapt. at Bitton 26 
April 1668 ; men- 
tioned in his father's 
will 14 May 17 16. 



at Bitton in mentioned in his 

1688. father's will 14 

May 1 7 1 6 ; died 

before 23 July 

1748. 



/Is 



Daniel Hall; bapt. at bapt. at Bitton 
Keynsham,co. Somer- 13 March i68|. 
set, 29 January 169"; 
marr. there 26 De- 
cember 1 7 1 3 ; living 
23 July 1748. 



Elizabeth Britton, 
bapt. at Oldland 
22 December 17 17. 



Stephen Britton of Oldland, in Bitton ; bapt. at 01dland= 
16 February 171!^; mortgages land in Bitton to his 
mother 23 July 1748; died in March 1792. First 
original will dated 27 February 1756, second original will 
dated 21 August 1790, both unproved. 

Autograph from his second will 
dated 21 August 1790. 



^Elizabeth, living 
27 February 
1756. 



Stephen Britton, men- Maurice Britton, men- 
tioned in his father's tioned in his father's 
second will 21 August second will 21 August 
1790. I790' 



Saul Britton, bapt. at 
Oldland 4 December 
1748 ; mentioned in 
his father's second will 
21 August 1790. 



George Britton, bapt. 
at Bitton 25 March 
1754; mentioned in 
his father's second will 
21 August 1790. 



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Mary Britton, bapt. 
at Bitton' lo April 
1719. 



Samuel Britton, bapt. Samson Britton, bapt. 
at Oldland 21 May at Oldland 6 February 
1721. 172^. 



Hannah Britton, bapt. 
at Oldland 4 June 1727. 



Sarah Ridley, = 
dau. of Wil- 
liam Ridley 
of Bristol, 
ist wife. 



=Mary Gage, dau.= 
of James Gage ; 
marr. at St. 
George's, near 
Bristol, 23 Octo- 
ber 1781 ; died, 
aged 38, 25 July 
1788, bur. at St. 
George's. M.I. 
2nd wife. 



=Simon Britton=j=Eleanor Can- 



of St. George's, 
near Bristol, 
died, aged 67, i 
April 1822, bur. 
at St. George's. 
Will dated 9 
Decemberi8i2, 
proved at Bristol 
30 April 1822. 



A 



nington, dau. 
of Richard 
Cannington of 
Bristol ; marr. 
13 October 
1795 ; died 29 
March 1837, 
bur. at Temple 
Church, Bristol 
3rd wife. 




^r^ 



Elizabeth Brit- 
ton, bapt. at 
Bitton 30 Oc- 
tober 1743 ; 
mentioned in 
her father's 
will 21 August 
1790. 



Mary Brit- 
ton, men- 
tioned in 
her father's 
will 21 Au- 
gust 1790. 




Simon Gage Britton of Kings Close, near=i=Jane Hopkins, dau. of the Rev. Thomas 



Barnstaple, co. Devon, M.D. ; born 5 November 
1782; died 6 March 1856, bur. at Ilfracombe, 
CO. Devon. 



Hopkins of Donyatt, co. Somerset ; marr. at 
St. Paul's, Bristol, 7 March 1816; died 12 
January 1850, bur. at Ilfracombe. 



Rev. Thomas= 
Hopkins Brit- 
ton, born at 15 
St. Paul's Street, 
Bristol, 13 July, 
bapt. at St. 
Paul's, Bristol, 
6 August 181 7. 



A 



=Frances Hamilton 
Hoskins, 2nd dau. 
of Thomas Hos- 
kins of Clapton 
Square, co. Mid- 
dlesex, R.N.; mar- 
ried at Hackney, 
CO. Middlesex, 28 
April 1846. 



Rev. Paul Ford Britton,= 
born 25 January, bapt. 
at St. Paul's, Bristol, 
13 June 1819 ; of 
Exeter College, Oxford, 
matriculated 16 Feb- 
ruary 1837, aged 18, 
B.A. 1841, M.A. 1843; 
Deacon 1842, Priest 
1843, Curate of Taw- 
stock, CO. Devon, 1842 
-45, Rector of Cade- 
leigh, CO. Devon, 1845, 
Rural DeanofCadbury 



1856-61. 



=Ellen Tyeth, 
dau. of W. S. 
Tyeth of Pill 
Head House, 
Bideford, co. 
Devon ; marr. 
at Bideford 
1 2 February 
1846. 



Christiana Gage 
Britton, born 25 
October 1820 ; 
died 2 January 
1825, bur. at St. 
Paul's, Bristol. 



Elizabeth Mary 
Christiana Brit- 
ton, born 27 Au- 
gust 1828. 



A 



68 



Daniel Britton of Caer Brito, Ashley Hill, in=j=Mary Anne Maillard, dau. of William Maillard 



the parish of St. Paul's, Bristol; born 9 April 
1784; died 19 June 1871, bur. in Arno's Vale 
Cemetery, Bristol. M.I. Will dated 11 
August 1832, proved at Bristol 29 July 187 1. 



J^O/ru^dZ /So^^t^ 



of Bristol ; marr. 
Bristol, 12 October 
April 1857, bur. 
Bristol. 



at St. Mary Redcliffe, 

1811; died, aged 65, 12 

in Arno's Vale Cemetery, 



^-^^ ^i/^^PT^TL /VS^.^^^^^C^ 



William Simon Britton= 
of Caer Brito, Ashley 
Hill, in the parish of 
St. Paul's, Bristol ; bom 
14 January, bapt. at St. 
Mary Redcliffe, Bristol, 
8 February 1813; died 
10 October, bur. in 
Arno's Vale Cemetery, 
Bristol, 17 October 1874. 
M.I. Will dated 25 
August 1857, proved at 
Bristol 16 December 
1874. 



^Caroline Cell, dau. of Joseph Cell of Cromford, 
in the parish of Wirksworth, co. Derby, and of 
Bristol, by Betsey his wife, dau. of William 
Herapath of Pilton, near Barnstaple, co. Devon; 
born 2 June, bapt. at SS. Philip and Jacob, 
Bristol, 15 August 1813; marr. at Publow, co. 
Somerset, 22 October 1833; died 11 November, 
bur. in Arno's Vale Cemetery, Bristol, 18 
November 1880. M.I. 



(/j-^i^^^^Uyn(^ ^^^Ti^^i^^ 



I 

Edwin Britton, born 
19 April 18 16, bapt. 
at St. Mary Red- 
cliffe, Bristol ; died 
29 August 1830, bur. 
at St. Augustine's, 
Bristol. 



'K/i>- 



iny 




'i:;l%^yt^^y^^>'''''t7-^^ 




A 



(For issue see "Visitation of England and fVa/es," 
Vol. II., page 77.) 



William Britton of H.M.S. "Tartar;" 
born 31 August 1785; died 25 August 
18 10, bur. at St. George's, near Bristol. 
M.I. 



Elizabeth Britton, born 
30 December 1786; died 
27 April 1788, bur. at 
St. George's, near Bristol. 
M.I. 



Stephen Britton, born 
15 March 1788 ; died 
19 April 1876, bur. at 
St. George's, near Bristol. 
M.I. 



69 



Britton. Exejuplification of Arms to PJiilip IVilliam 
[Vol. 2, p. 77.] Poole Carlyoii-Bnftou, pursuant to Royal 
Licence, iSgy. 



S^a %\\ and <f ingutar to 

whom these Presents shall come, 
Sir Albert William Woods, 
Knight Commander of the Most 
Distmguished Order of Saint 
Michael and Saint George, Garter 
Principal King of Arms, and 
George Edward Cokayne, Esquire, 
Clarenceux King of Arms of the 
South, East and West Parts of 
England from the River Trent 
Southwards, send Greeting. 
Whrrfa.S Her Majesty by Warrant 
under Her Royal Signet and Sign 
Manual bearing date the Twenty 
ninth day of April last signified 
unto the Most Noble Henry 
Duke of Norfolk Earl Marshal 
and Hereditary Marshal of 
England, Knight of the Most 
Noble Order of the Garter and 
one of Her Majesty's Most 
Honourable Privy Council that 
she had been graciously pleased 
to give and grant unto Philip 
William Poole Britton of Hanham 
Court in the parish of Hanham 
Abbotts in the County of Glou- 
cester, of Bitton House in the 
Parish of Enfield in the County 
of Middlesex and of Lincolns Inn 
Fields in the County of London, 
Esquire, Captain Third Battalion 
Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, 
Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Judicature and to Agnes Cassandra 
his wife, eldest daughter of Charles Alfred Carlyon late of Redland in 
the City of Bristol and of Kirby Muxloe in the County of Leicester, 
Gentleman, deceased. Her Royal Licence and Authority that they 
may take use and bear the surname of Carlyon in addition to and 
before that of Britton and that he the said Philip William Poole Britton 
may bear the Arms of Carlyon quarterly with those of his own family 
and that such surname and Arms may in Hke manner be taken borne 
and used by the issue of their marriage, such Arms being first 
duly exemplified according to the Laws of Arms and recorded in the 
College of Arms, otherwise the said Royal Licence and Permission to 




70 



be void and of none effect. ^nA Jotasimuch as the said Earl Britton. 

Marshal did by Warrant under his hand and seal bearing date the [Vol. 2, p. 77.] 

fourteenth day of June instant authorise and direct Us to exemplify 

such Arms accordingly, ^mw ^t thtXCfOXt that we the said Garter 

and Clarenceux in obedience to the Royal Command in pursuance 

of His Grace's Warrant and by virtue of the Letters Patent of Our 

several Offices to each of Us respectively granted do by these 

Presents exemplify unto the said Philip William Poole Britton now 

Philip William Poole Carlyon-Britton the Arms following that is to say 

Quarterly, First and Fourth Britton, Second and Third Carlyon viz' 

Sable a plate, between three Towers Argent each charged with a Cross 

Crosslet Gules, and for distinction in the centre Chief point a Cross 

Crosslet Or. The Crest of Britton, And the Crest of Carlyon viz' On a 

Wreath of the Colours A demi Lion Gules ducally Crowned Or, collared 

Argent, holding between the paws a Bezant and charged on the 

shoulder for distinction with a Cross Crosslet of the second, as the 

same are in the margin hereof more plainly depicted to be borne 

and used by him the said Philip William Poole Carlyon-Britton and 

without such distinctions by the issue of his said marriage pursuant to the 

tenor of the said Royal Warrant and according to the Laws of Arms. 

^n Witatfi^ whereof We the said Garter and Clarenceux Kings of Arms 

have to these Presents subscribed Our names and affixed the seals of 

Our several Offices this nineteenth day of June in the Sixtieth year of 

the Reign of Our Sovereign Lady Victoria by the Grace of God of the 

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Queen, Defender of the 

Faith &c. and in the year of Our Lord One thousand eight hundred 

and ninety seven. 



Endorsed: "Recorded in the College of Arms, London; Edward 
Bellasis {Lancaster &• Registrar). Passed by Charles H. 
Athill, Richmond Herald." 



71 



Facsimile of a Portrait of Daniel Britton of Caer 
Brito, Ashley Hill, Bristol ; born g April 1784, died 
ig fune i8ji ; in the possession of his great-grandson, 
Philip William Poole Carlyon-Britton, F.S.A. 



Facsimile of a Miniature Portrait of Mary Anne, 
wife of Daniel Britton, and daughter of William 
Maillard ; died 12 April i8^y ; in the possesion of 
her great-grandson, Philip William Poole Carlyon- 
Britton, F.S.A. 



Facsimile of a Portrait of William Simon Britton 
of Caer Brito, Ashley Hill, Bristol; born i^ January 
1 813, died 10 October 18J4; in the possession of his 
grandson, Philip William Poole Carlyon-Britton, F.S.A. 



Facsimile of a Portrait of Caroline, wife of 
Willia7n Simon Britten, and daughter of Joseph Gell 
of Crotnford, co. Derby ; born 2 June i8i^, died 
II Nove^nber i8So ; in the possession of her grandson, 
Philip William Poole Carlyon-Brittott, F.S.A. 



Portrait of Henry Wiliiafn Britton of Caer Brito, 

Ashley Hill, Bristol (only child of William Simon 

Britton) ; born 24 December 1835, died 23 May i8go ; 

from a negative in the possession of Frederick Arthur 

Crisp. 



Pedigree of Waddon. 



John Waddon of= 
Plymouth, co. Devon, 
merchant ; bur. at 
Plymouth i August 
1620. Will dated 13 
March i6i^, proved 
10 November 1620 
(P.C.C. 95 Soame). 



= Alice, marr. at Plymouth 
4 May 1584; bur. there 
29 May 1630; executrix 
to her husband's will 
10 November 1620. 



Will 

l62f. 



dated 8 January 
2nd wife. 




Martyn. 

[Vol. 2, p. 81.] 



Seal used by Alice 
Waddon to her will 
dated 8 January 1628-9. 



John Waddon, 
bapt. 30 April 
1585 ; died in 
infancy. 



John Waddon of Plymouth,^ 
esquire; bapt. at Plymouth 13 
January 159° ; of Exeter 
College, Oxford, matriculated 
15 November 1605, aged 15, 
B.A. 19 June 1609, M.A. 
4 May 1612; Mayor of Ply- 
mouth 1631, M.P. for Plymouth 
1640-48. 




.* %/ke/i^ri^. 



=Prudence Fownes, dau. of Thomas Fownes, 





Mayor of Plymouth 1620; bapt. 28 Sep- 
tember 1597 ; marr. 8 June 1613; bur. at St. 
Andrew's, Plymouth, 19 April 1644. M.I. 



Thomas Waddon of Plymouth, co. Devon,= 
and afterwards of Tonacombe, co. Corn- 
wall, esquire ; bapt. at St. Andrew's, 
Plymouth, 11 February i6if ; of Lincoln 
College, Oxford, matriculated 7 De- 
cember 1632, aged 16; admitted to the 
Middle Temple 1634; mentioned in will 
of his grandfather, John Waddon, 13 
March i(i\%; bur. at Morwenstow, co. 
Cornwall, 13 October 1684. M.I. 



=Honor Ley, alias Kempthome, 
dau. and heiress of John Ley, 
alias Kempthorne, of Tona- 
combe, esquire; bapt. 21 May 
1620; marr. 6 April 1646; 
bur. at Morwenstow 13 May 
1696. 



Alice, bapt. 25 April 
16 14; mentioned in 
will of her grand- 
father, John Wad- 
don, 13 March 
i6|^ ; marr. 26 
May 1 642, Timothy 
Allsop. 




Anns of Waddon 

impaling Ley, from 

a Seal Ring, 



John Waddon of Tonacombe and Moditonham,^Mary Herle, dau. of 

esquire; bapt. at Morwenstow 18 January 1 64I; Edward Herle of 

of Exeter College, Oxford, matriculated 29 

November 1667, aged 18; Governor of Pen- 

dennis Castle, Vice-Warden of the Stannaries; 

D.L. for CO. Cornwall; died s.p., bur. at 

Morwenstow 27 August 1695. 



Prideaux Castle, and 
relict of ... . Coke of 
Tregassowe ; died 8 
October 1694. 



Eulalia Waddon, 
died in 1654. 



Prudence Waddon, 
bapt. at Morwen- 
stow 7 July 1650. 




81 



Peter Waddon,=j=Katherine Elliott, 



bapt. 7 Novem 
ber 1593; men- 
tioned in his 
father's will 
March 

bur. in the 
East Indies 24 
Decemberi625. 



13 



dau. of John 
Elliott ; marr. 5 
April 1613 ; men- 
tioned in her 
father-in-law's will 
13 March i6|^. 



James Waddon, 
bapt. 17 Jan- 
uary 159!; bur. 
3 November 
1596. 



Margaret Waddon, 
bapt. 26 August 
1614; bur. 3 Sep- 
tember 1614. 



Catherine Waddon, 
bapt. 4 June 1623 ; 
bur. 7 February 



l62|. 



James Waddon,^ 
bapt. 7 July 
1598; aged 23 
in 1620; men- 
tioned in his 
mother's will 8 
January 162^ ; 
bur. 19 Decem- 
ber 1642. 



=Joan Kitchens of 
Totnes, co. Devon ; 
marriage licence at 
Exeter dated 15 
February 162^; bur. 
2 September 1644. 



Alice Waddon, 
25 July 1624. 



bapt. James Waddon, bapt. 
23 January 163! . 



Judith Waddon, bapt. Emblin Waddon, bapt. 
15 December 1630. 8 October 1634. 

B 



JohnWaddon, bapt. 
14 May 161 7 ; 
mentioned in will 
of his grandfather, 
John Waddon, 13 
March 16^. 



Prudence, bapt. 25 March 
1619 ; mentioned in will of 
her grandfather, John Waddon, 
1 3 March 1 6^^ ; marr. 6 No- 
vember 1638, Oliver Ceelye. 



Margaret Waddon, 
bapt. 28 February 
i62y ; bur. 20 Au- 
gust 1622. 



Edward Waddon, 
bapt. 19 March 

l62|. _ 

Richard Waddon, 
bapt. 14 Nov. 1624. 



Thomas Waddon=|=Bridget Docton, dau. and coheir of Thomas Docton of 

of Tonacombe, co. 

Cornwall, esquire; 

bapt. at Morwen- 

stow, CO. Cornwall, 

4 July 1651 ; bur. 

therei8Junei727. 



Docton, esquire; bapt. at Hartland, co. Devon, 22 June 
ff 1659 ; marr. 






28 Dec. 1727. 



Timothy Waddon, 
bapt. at Morwen- 
stow 28 April 1654. 



John Waddon, 
of Exeter Col- 
lege, Oxford, 
matriculated 13 
March i||^, 
aged 17; bur. 23 
August 1726. 



Thomas Waddon of Tonacombe,=j=Eleanor Herle, sister of Nicholas Herle 
esquire; bapt. at Hartland in 1684; 
bur. at Morwenstow 5 Nov. 1755. 




^ 



of Landue, esquire; bapt. at Lezant, co. 
Cornwall, 23 April 1678; marr. at Laun- 
ceston, CO. Cornwall, 15 September 1727; 
bur. at Morwenstow 2 December 1765. 



John Waddon of Tonacombe, esquire ; died s.p., ^Elizabeth Hammett, 

aged 51, bur. at Morwenstow 13 ^.^ ^^ marr. in June 1757 ; 

February 1768. M.I. /'^^^^S^^^^X ^u""- ^'^ Morwenstow 

26 June 1797. 




(m^ 




Bridget Waddon, 
bapt. at Morwen- 
stow in 1714 ; 
died, aged S4,bur. 
at Morwenstow 
23 September 
J 766. 



82 



Joan, niarr. 8 
May 1603, Tho- 
mas Woolridge 
of Plymouth, co. 
Devon ; both 
mentioned in her 
father's will 13 
March i6i|. 



I 



Margaret, bapt. 26 
July 1587; marr. 22 
July 1604, William 
Ganne of Plymouth ; 
both mentioned in 
her father's will 13 
March i6|§. 
T 

A 



Maria, bapt. 2 1 
January is8| ; 
marr. 16 January 
i6i|, Thomas 
Leakeof London; 
both mentioned 
in her father's 
will 13 March 



Ann, bapt. 7 July Elizabeth, bapt. 

1598; marr. 27 22 April 1602; 

September 1619, aged 17 in 1620 ; 

John White of marr. 2 October 

Plymouth; both 1622, Ezekiel 

mentioned in her Carveth. 
father's will 1 3 
March 16^. 



Joan Waddon, Embling Waddon, William Wad- MaryWaddon, Sarah, bapt. 4 August 
bapt. 28 Feb- bapt. 16 March don, bapt. 7 bapt. 29 May 1630 ; marr. 23 August 



ruary 162^-; bur. 
I July 1634. 



162 



¥ ' 



August 1634. 



bur. 18 May 1628. 



1629. 



1655, George Ceelye. She 
was bur. 3 January 167!^. 



Mathias Waddon, bapt. 7 Nathaniel Waddon, Benjamin Waddon, Elizabeth Waddon, 
November 1632; bur. 15 bapt. 11 December bapt. 27 September bapt. 26 December 
July 1633. 1633. 1637. 1638. 



Richard Waddon, 
bapt. at Morwen- 
stow, CO. Cornwall, 
2 April 1655; died 
in 1655. 



Edward Waddon, 
bapt. at Morwen- 
stow 18 March 
i65f 



Rev. Thomas Pocock,^ 
Rector of St. Peter Tavy, 
CO. Devon ; of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 15 March i66f, 
B.A. 1670, M.A. 1673; 
Vicar of Morwenstow 
1677, Rector of St. Peter 
Tavy 1686; died in 
1722. /K 



=Honor, bapt. 
at Morwen- 
stow 2 1 Oc- 
tober 1658; 
died in 169!. 



I 
IsaacWaddon, 
bapt. at Mor- 
wenstow 27 
March 1661. 



Edward Waddon of 
Tonacombe, co. Corn- 
wall ; born at Hartland, 
CO. Devon, in 1686; 
bur. at Morwenstow 
9 May 1768. 



?2ifllyOD>d^ 



Rev. William Waddon ; of= 
Exeter College, Oxford, ma- 
triculated 14 March 170I, 
aged 17, B.A. 1709, M.A. 
1712 ; Vicar of Stratton 
1 7 13, and Rector of Cardin- 
ham 1 7 16; marr. 2ndly at 
Washfield,co. Devon, 20 May 
1733, Thomasin Burridge of 
Tiverton, co. Devon. He 
died in 1756. 



=Mary Bayly, dau. 
and coheir of John 
Bayly of Eastleigh, 
in Launcells, co. 
Cornwall ; mar- 
riage setlement 
dated 1715. ist 
wife. 



Richard Waddon, 
bapt. in 1691. 



Philip Waddon, 
bapt. in 1692; died 
s.p. in 1730. 



Bridget, marr. the 
Rev. R. Mitchell. 



Mary Waddon. Thomas Waddon; of Balliol College, Oxford, matriculated 
29 March 1737, aged 17, B.A. 1740; died s.p. 



83 



Dennis Waddon, bapt. in 
1697; died s.p. in 1764. 



Isaac Waddon, bapt. in 1699; 
died s.p. in 1761. 



Granville Waddon, clerk in 
H.M. Rope Yard, Plymouth, 
April 173s; died s.p. 1743. 




Rev. Oliver Rouse, Vicar of Morwenstow, co. Cornwall: of St.=Honor, bapt. in 1704; bur. 
John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1728, M.A. 1732; Vicar of at Morwenstow 17 July 1762. 
Morwenstow 27 January 1741 ; died, aged 72, 27 January 1781. 



Rev. Robert Martyn, Vicar of Stratton, co. Cornwall, and=j=Lffititia, heir to her uncle. 



Rector of Luffincott, co. Devon ; bom at North Tamerton, co. 
Cornwall, 22 May 1728 ; of Exeter College, O.xford, matriculated 
2 April 1747, aged 18, B.A. 14 March lysf; bur. at Stratton 
23 December 1803. 



Edward Waddon ; died, aged 
66, 27 April 1788, bur. at 
Stratton. 



William Waddon 
!Martyn, died at 
Bath, CO. Somer- 
set, in 1825. 



Thomas Waddon Martyn, bapt. at Luffincott= 
18 March 1766; of Exeter College, Oxford, 
matriculated 9 April 1783, aged 17, B.A. 
1787 ; Rector of Luffincott, and Curate-in- 
Charge of Lifton, co. Devon, from 1798 to 
1833; came into possession of the Waddon 
property in 1825, on the death of his elder 
brother, William Waddon MartjTi, at Bath ; 
died, aged 71, 29 January, bur. at Lifton 
8 February 1837. Will dated 13 September 
1836, proved 25 August 1837 (P.C.C.) 



As 



=Mary Martyn (his ist cousin), 
dau. and eventual coheir of 
William Martyn of Lifton ; bapt. 
8 June 1776; marr. at Lifton (by 
the Rev. Robert Martyn, Vicar 
of Stratton) 20 February 1800; 
died 29 September, bur. at Lif- 
ton 7 October 1842. Will dated 
22 July 1842, proved 260ctober 
1842 (P.C.C.) 



{Jior issue see " Visitation of England and IVaies," 
Vol. II., page 81.) 



84 



Pedigree of Tuke. 



Tuke. 

[Vol. 2, p. 84.] 



Margaret, bur. at^William Tuke of St. Dennis', York 
St. Dennis', York, Freeman of the City 1629 ; a Member 
31 January 164^. of the Society of Friends ; died 1667 or 
I St wife. 1669, bur. in the Friends' Burial 

Ground at Bishophill, York. 



;=T=Ann, marr. 2ndly 
.... Lucy. She 
died I April, bur. 
at Bishophill, York, 
2 April 1684. 2nd 
wife. 



Sarah Merry, dau. of Walter= 
Merry of York, Quartermaster 
in the army of Oliver Crom- 
well; marr. at York 8 March 
i68|^; died 12 March 169^. 
I St wife. 



=William Tuke of= 
St. Dennis', York; 
Citizen by patri- 
mony i68f; died 
15 August 1704. 



=Rebecca Smith of New 
Buildings, near Thirsk, co. 
York; marr. at Thirsk 1693 ; 
died 19 September 1723. 
2nd wife. 



I 
Anne Tuke, 
died at York 
27 December 
1725- 



I 

Samuel Tuke, 

born 29 Sep- 
tember, bur. I 
October! 690. 



An infant, 
died 1 7 Feb- 
ruary 169!^. 



William Tuke, 
born 25 Octo- 
ber 1694; died 
5 February 
169I. 



William Tuke, 
born 7 Feb- 
ruary 169I-. 



John Tuke, born 
1702 ; died in 
London, aged 
23, 7 November 
1725- 



Samuel Tuke= 
of York; born 
2 Sept. 1703; 
died 23 April 
1748, bur. 
at Bishophill, 
York. 



=Ann Ward, dau. 
of John Ward of 
Dronfield, co. 
Derby ; died, 
aged 54, 9 Au- 
gust 1755. Will 
dated 27 June 
175s. proved at 
York. 



Ehzabeth Hoyland, dau.= 
of John Hoyland of 
Woodhouse, co. York ; 
marr. at Sheffield, co. 
York, 26 April 1754 ; 
died at York, aged 31, 
30 August 1760. ist 
wife. 



=William Tuke of York, merchant ;= 
born 24 March 173!; Founder of 
the York Retreat for the humane 
treatment of the insane 1792; 
executor to his mother's will 
1755, and to will of his sister, 
Mary Hedley, 9 May 1816; died 
6 December 1822, bur. at Bishophill, 
York. {See "Dictionary of National 
Biography" Vol. LVIL, page J03.) 



=Esther Maud, 
dau. of Timothy 
Maud of Bing- 
ley, CO. York ; 
marr. 3 June 
1 7 65; died, aged 
67, 13 February 
1794. 2nd wife. 



John Tuke, 
born 3 No 
vember 1734; 
died 17 May 
1736- 



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Henry Tuke of the City of York f 
born at York 24 January 1755; died 
there, aged 59, n August, bur. in the 
Friends' Burial Ground at Bishophill, 
York, 16 August 1814. 




A 



=Mary Maria Scott, dau. and coheir of Favill Scott of 
the City of Norwich (son of James Scott and Ellen his 
wife of Burnsall, co. York), by Barbara his wife, dau. of 
Simon Rackham of Norwich ; bapt. as " Mary " only 
at St. Gregory's, Norwich, 14 November 1748; marr. 
at York 20 September 1781 ; died, aged 67, 21 
September, bur. at Bishophill, York, 24 September 
1815. 



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/. 



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{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. II, page 84.) 



85 



Henry Frankland of St.= 
Mary in Castlegate, 
York. Will dated 30 
May 1736, proved 6 
January 1775. 



I 



=Mary, bom 19 March 
169I; marr. 12 June 
1733; died, aged 57, 
30 June 1752. Will 
dated 4 April 1752, 
proved at York 8 De- 
cember 1752. 



Rebecca Tuke, bapt. 
at St. Dennis', York, 
12 December 1704; 
died 5 December 
1706. 



I 
Sarah Tuke, born 
4 October 1699; 
died 22 June 1700. 



B 



Samuel Tuke=i= Mary, bom 24 February 173!; died Sarah Tuke, 

of York; born at Darlington March 18 16. Will born 21 Au- 

10 August dated II May 1815, proved at York gust 1742; 

1736; died 9 May 181 6. She marr. Joseph died 15 May 

JanuaryiSis. Hedley of Darlington, co. Durham. 1743. 
/k 



RebeccaTuke, 
born 26 Sep- 
tember 1744 ; 
died at Dar- 
lington 16 De- 
cember 1770. 



William Tuke,= 
born 1 1 March 
1758; died 21 
January 1835. 



=Rachel Priestman, dau. 
of Thomas Priestman 
of York; marr. at York 
8 May 1789; died at 
Thirsk, co. York, 17 
March 1848. 



John Tuke of 
Bishophill, York ; born 30 
June 1759 ; Author of 
" Survey and Map of York- 
shire," &c.; died 19 January 
1841. 



Lincroft,=^Sarah Mildred, dau. 
of Daniel Mildred of 
London ; marr. 16 
April 1783; died, aged 
67, 17 January 1829. 



Sarah, born 20 June 1756; died 
8 December 1790 ; marr. 5 April 
1782, Robert Grubb of Clonmel, 
CO. Tipperary. 



Elizabeth, born in 1761; died, aged 65, 17 February 
1826; marr. 10 January 1795, Joshua Wheeler of 
Hitchin, co. Hertford; died, aged 47, 21 January 1803. 

A 



86 



Pedigree of Gibson. 



George Gibson, probably of Bury=|= 
St. Edmunds, co. Suffolk. 



Gibson. 

[Vol. 2, p. 88.] 



Mary, born 8 November 1669 ; 
marr. . . . Rack. 



George Gibson, born-=j=Winifred Dix, dau. of Francis Dix of 



30 September 1671; 
died at Thetford, co. 
Norfolk, 1 2 March 
1718. 



Great Ellingham, co. Norfolk ; marr. 
23 November 1696; she marr. 2ndly, 
John Sayer, and died a widow 
subsequently to 19 December 17 19. 



Winifred Gibson, 
born 25 November 
1697 ; died un- 
married. 



Hester Barnes, = 
dau. of Walter 
Barnes, clerk. 
I St wife. 



•George Gibson, born i8==PriscilIa Creswell of co. 
February WW ; died at Nottingham ; executrix to 
Market Deeping, co. her husband's will i June 
Lincoln. Will dated 27 1767. 2nd wife. 
May 1765, proved i June 
1767, by Priscilla Gibson, 
the relict. 



/N 



ThomasPhillips= 
of Royston, co, 
Hertford, son of 
Robert Phillips 
of Royston. 



=Mary, born at Royston 
16 March 172^^; men- 
tioned in will of her 
uncle, George Gibson, 
27 May 1765, and in 
will of her brother, 
Wyatt Gibson, 12 
December 1769. 



George Gibson, born 
at Royston 14 Jan- 
uary 172^; died in 
infancy. 



Thomas Gibson, born 
at Royston 9 May 
1 728; died in infancy. 



A\ 



Wyatt Gibson, born at Royston 
3 November 1729; mentioned 
in the will of his uncle, George 
Gibson, 27 May 1765; died 
at Great Chesterford, co. 
Essex, aged 40, 2 1 December, 
bur. at Saffron Walden, co. 
Essex, 27 December 1769. 
Will dated 1 2 December 1 769, 
proved 24 July 1770. 



87 



Mary Gibson, born 
17 February i7of; 
died unmarried 
at Barkway, co. 
Hertford. 



Francis Gibson o^=Mary Wyatt, dau. of Thomas Wyatt of Chelmsford, 



Royston, co. Hert- 
ford; born 29 June 
1701 ; died at 
Maldon, co. Essex, 
24 August 1760, 
bur. at Witham, 
CO. Essex. 



CO. Essex; marr. at Witham 12 March 172!; 
mentioned in will of her brother-in-law, George 
Gibson, 27 May 1765, as "Mary, the widow of my 
late brother Francis " ; died at Saffron Walden, co. 
Essex, 27 April, bur. there 3 May 1772. 



Ann Atkinson, dau.=George Gibson of Saflrron= 



of Joseph Atkinson 
of Thorne, co. York ; 
died 9 December, 
bur. in the Friends' 
Burial Ground at 
Saffron Walden 15 
December 1771. 
I St wife. 



Walden; born at Royston 15 
February 173I ; niarr. istly, 
9 August 1762, when he 
resided at ISIaldon, but re- 
moved to Saffron Walden in 
1763; died, aged 76, 23 July, 
bur. in the Friends' Burial 
Ground at Saffron Walden 
29 July 1808. Will dated 30 
April 1797, proved 14 October 
1808. 



=Elizabeth, widow of 
Joshua Robinson ; 
died s.p., aged 76, 
30 December 1804, 
bur. in the Friends' 
Burial Ground at 
Saffron Walden, 6 
January 1805. 2nd 
wife. 



Hezekiah Gibson, 
born at Royston. 



Thomas Gibson, 
born at Royston 
2 January 173!; 
died in infancy. 



Atkinson Francis Gibson of Saffron Walden ; born at Saffron- 
Walden 20 November 1763; died, aged 66, 22 January, bur. 
in the Friends' Burial Ground at Saffron Walden 29 January 
1829. Will dated 22 September 1823, proved 7 April 1829, 
by Wyatt George Gibson and Jabez Gibson, the sons (P.C.C.) 




=Elizabeth Wyatt, dau. of Jabez 
Wyatt of Saffron Walden, by 
Mary his wife, dau. of Thomas 
Wyatt of Saffron ^\'alden, by 
Sara Clayden his wife ; marr. 
at Dunmow, co. Essex, i Oc- 
tober 1789; died at Saffron 
Walden, aged 54, 11 April, 
bur. in the Friends' Burial 
Ground at Saffron Walden 
16 April 1820. 




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(For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. //., page 88.) 



88 



I I 

Robert Gibson, born James Kemp, son^Beatrice of Barkway, co. Hertford; marr. in the 
13 September 1702, of John Kemp Friends' Meeting House at Royston, co. Hertford, 
lived 14 days. of Ickleton, co. 18 October 1735 ; died s.p. 

Cambridge. 



WilHam Impey of Saffron=i=Anna of Great Chesterford, co. Essex ; Francis Gibson, born 



Walden, co. Essex (son 
of William Impey of 
Saffron Walden, by Ann 
his wife) ; died at 
Colchester, co. Essex. 



born 5 December 1736; marr. at Saffron at Royston 30 June 
Walden 6 June 1771; mentioned in the 1739; died unmarried, 
will of her brother, Wyatt Gibson, 12 De- when on a visit to 
camber 1769; died at Saffron Walden, Norwich, 3 July 1760. 
aged 41, II December, bur. in the Friends' 
Burial Ground, Saffron Walden, 18 
December 1777. 



/K 



George Gibson, Robert Marriage of Broom=Ann, born 22 August Joseph Gibson, born 

died in infancy, field, near Chelmsford, co. 1765; marr. at Saffron 30 November 1768 ; 

Essex (son of William Walden 26 January 1785; died at Ackworth, 

Marriage of Springfield, co. died s.p. 16 April 1787. co. York, 7 January 

Essex, by Susanna his wife); ist wife. 1782. 
died I January 18 13. 



89 



Langley. 

[Vol. 2, p. lOI.] 



Pedigree of Langley. 



John Langley of Broseley, co. Salop ; Burgess of= 
Wenlock, co. Salop, 1599; bur. in the chancel of 
the church at Broseley 27 April 1603. Will dated 
16 April 1603, proved at Ludlow 9 September 
1603 (Hereford C.C.) 



=Elizabeth Marston, dau. and heir of 
John Marston of Belswardine, co. Salop ; 
bur. at Broseley 5 July 1604; executrix 
to her husband's will 9 September 1603. 



Thomas Langley of= 
The Amies, Brose- 
ley; born in 1565 ; of 
St. Mary's Hall, Ox- 
ford, matriculated 
circa 1581, aged 16, 
B.A. 30 April 1583; 
Bailiff of Wenlock 
1620; bur. at Brose- 
ley 16 March 163!. 



=Gertrude Russell, 
dau. and heir of 
Thomas Russell; 
marr. in 1590 ; 
mentioned in will 
of her son, John 
Langley, 3 Sep- 
tember 166 1 ;bur. 
at Broseley 8 Sep- 
tember 1668. 



Mary, living= 
31 October, 
40 Eliza- 
beth ; bur. 
at Cound, 
CO. Salop, 
28 Septem- 
ber 1603. 
I St wife. 



=George Langley of= 
Golding, Cound ; 
bapt. at Broseley 
23 April 1572 ; 
bur. at Cound 18 
June 1 61 5. Will 
dated 5 June 
1615, proved 28 
November 1615 
(P.C.C. 98 Rudd). 



=Anne Jukes, dau. of 
James Jukes of 
Downton, Upton 
^L'lgna, CO. Salop ; 
marr. at Upton 
Magna 22 April 
1605; marriage set- 
tlements dated 20 
Sept. 1607 ; execu- 
trix to her husband's 
will 28 Nov. 16x5. 



Edward Langley=j=Margaret Atkys, dau. of 



ofGolding,Cound ; 
bapt. at Acton 
Burnell, co. Salop, 
3 July 1606 ; bur. 
at Cound 7 March 
i66f. Will dated 

27 February 166^, 
provedat Lichfield 

28 April 1664. 



Thomas Atkys of Little 
Ryton, Condover, co. 
Salop ; bapt. at Con- 
dover 15 October 1609; 
executrix to her hus- 
band's will 28 April 
1664; died, aged 75, 
bur. at Cound 25 Feb- 
ruary 1 684. 



John langley, bapt. at Cound 
14 July 1607 ; mentioned in his 
father's will 5 June 1615; 
marr. Elizabeth ; he was bur. 
at Cound 17 December 1646. 



Thomas Langley, bapt. at 
Cound 17 January 16"!; men- 
tioned in his father's will 5 
June 1615. 



Henry Langley, 
bapt. 2 February 
i6ii ; bur. at 
Cound 22 Jan- 
uary i6if. 



George Langley, 
bapt. at Cound 
1 9 December 
1 6 14. 



George Lang- 
ley, died un- 
married v.p., 
bur. at Cound 
29 Junei663. 



Thomas Langley of= 
Golding, Cound; Barrister- 
at-Lawofthe Inner Temple; 
Burgess of Shrewsbury 2 
July 1670 ; builder of 
Golding Hall 1668; died 
s.p., aged 58, 2 Feb., bur. 
at Cound 6 Feb. 1694. 
M.L Will proved 4 May 
1697 by Robert Atkis of 
Broseley. 



=KatherineRoper, 
dau. of Colonel 
Christopher Ro- 
per, 2nd son 
of Thomas, Vis- 
countBaltinglass. 



Anne Langley, 
bapt. at Cound 
26 December 
1638 ; men- 
tioned in her 
father's will 27 
February 1 6 6f; 
died unmar- 
ried, bur. at 
Cound 1 2 July 
1675- 



Mary Langley, 
bapt. at Cound 
4 March 164^; 
mentioned in 
her father's will 
27 February 
i66f; marr. 
.... Lacon 
of Newhall, co. 
Salop. =j= 



I 
Mary Langley, 
bapt. at Brose- 
ley 25 March 
1595 ; . men- 
tioned in the 
will of her 
uncle, George 
Langley, s June 
1615 ; marr. 
. . . Edwards. 



I 



John Langley of The Amies, 
Broseley; bapt. at Broseley 31 
March 1596; of Balliol Col- 
lege, O.xford, matriculated 5 
July 1613, aged 18; of the 
Middle Temple 1617; B.C.L. 
1620; Private Secretary to 
Sidney, Earl of Leicester ; 
died s.p., bur. at Broseley 17 
Sept. 1 66 1. M.L Will dated 
3Sept. 1661. Proved 28 Jan. 
i66i (P.C.C. 7 Laud). 



George Langley of 
Hubball's Mill, co. 
Salop ; bapt. at 
Broseley 21 August 
1597 ; mentioned 
in the will of his 
uncle, George Lang- 
ley, 5 June 161 5 ; 
died s.p. Admon 
granted 6 October 
1649. 



Elizabeth, bapt. at Broseley 
1 9 Oct. 1598; executrix to 
will of her brother, John 
Langley, 28 Jan. 166.T ; 
bur. at Broseley 5 Feb. 
167s-; marr. istly William 
Langley, son of Francis 
Langley of the Tuckies ; 
she marr. 2ndly Robert 
Eves of Broseley ; bur. at 
Broseley 2 July 1647. 



90 



Richard Langley,= 
mentioned in will 
of his brother, 
George Langley, 
5 June i6is ; 
marr. before 24 
October 16 17, 
date of baptism 
of his daughter. 



Isabel, mentioned in her John Waple,=pMargaret, bapt. at 



father's will 16 April 
1603 ; marr. before 27 
December 1593, Fulk 
Crompton. =p 



mentioned in 
will of his 
brother-in-law, 
George Lang- 
ley, 5 June 
1615. 



A\ 



Broseley, co. Salop, 
5 February 157I; 
marr. there 6 No- 
vember 1596; men- 
tioned in will of 
her brother, George 
Langley, 5 June 
1615. 



A^ 



Rowland Langley, 
bapt. at Broseley 
12 May, and bur. 
there 5 July 1600. 



Jane Langley, bapt. 
at Broseley 14 Au- 
gust 1601, bur. there 
15 April 1608. 



Richard Langley, 
bapt. at Broseley 
31 July 1603; bur. 
there 9 February 



i6o|. 



James Langley, bapt. at Broseley 
9 May 1605 ; mentioned in will 
of his uncle, George Langley, 
5 June 1615. 



Ambrose Lang-=Elizabeth Winch, 
ley, bapt. 21 marr. at St. 



February i6oy ; 
died s.p. 



Peter's, Cornhill, 
London, 29 Jan- 
uary i53y. 



Timothy Lang-=j=Susan Skipwith, dau. of Charles Lang- 
ley, bapt. at William Skipwith of ley, bapt. at 
Broseley 22 Sep- Saltfleetby, co. Lincoln ; Broseley 19 
tember 161 1. bapt. at South Ormsby, October 1613; 
CO. Lincoln, 23 October bur. there 2 De- 
161 7; marr. at Saltfleetby cember 1613. 
24 August 1637. 



Mary, bapt. at St. Anne's, 
Blackfriars, London, 28 July 
1639; mentioned in will of her 
uncle, John Langley, 3 Sep- 
tember 1661 ; marr. at the 
Temple, London, 6 July 1662, 
John Mosse of London. 



I 



Elizabeth Huxley,= 
dau. of Francis 
Huxley of Brose- 
ley ; bapt. at 
Broseley 10 Jan- 
uary 164^ ; marr. 
there 1 7 May 
1666; bur. 5 April 
1677. ist wife. 



=f=John Langley of The= 
Amies, Broseley ; 
bapt. at Broseley 26 
August 1640; men- 
tioned in will of his 
uncle, John Langley, 
3 September i56i ; 
Bailiff of Wenlock, 
CO. Salop, 1684 ; 
bur. at Broseley 21 
March i7f^. M.I. 



=Mary Wheelwright, 
marr. at Broseley 
5 August 1679; bur. 
at Broseley 26 July 
1717. M.L Will 
dated 14 January 
1 714, proved 3 
September 17 17, 
by Rebecca Pugh 
(P.C.C. 175 WM- 

field). 2nd wife. 



A son, bur. at Broseley 
24 April 1680. 



John Langley of The^ 
Amies, Broseley, and 
afterwards of Golding, 
Cound, CO. Salop; bapt. 
2 April 1667 ; of Jesus 
College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 23 November 1683, 
aged 15 ; of Lincoln's 
Inn; Burgess of Wenlock 
29 September 1686; bur. 
at Broseley 4 May 1700. 
Adinon granted 6 Sep- 
tember 1700 (P.C.C.) 



=Margaret Arnold, eldest dau. of John 
Arnold of Llanvighangel Llanthony, co. 
Monmouth, by Margaret his wife, dau. of 
William Cooke of Highnam, co. Gloucester; 
marr. at St. George's, Southwark, co. Surrey, 
29 June 1687 (marriage licence [Faculty 
Office] dated 28 June 1687, she then aged 
18) ; marriage settlements dated 30 April 
1688 ; administratrix to her husband 
6 September 1700; bur. at Cound 19 July 
1 7 19. Will dated 26 January 17 1|, with 
codicil dated 20 May 17 19, proved 16 
October 17 19 (P.C.C. 189 Bivwning). 



Timothy Langley,= 
bapt. at Broseley 
28 December 1668; 
Burgess of Wenlock 
1684; mentioned in 
will of his nephew, 
Thomas Langley of 
Golding, Cound, 
31 January 1757; 
died before 14 Jan- 
uary 171-^. ^ 



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Andrew Langley, 
bapt. at St. Anne's, 
Blackfriars, Lon- 
don, 28 August 
1642 ; mentioned 
in will of his uncle, 
John Langley, 3 
September 1661 ; 
bur. at Clee, co. 
Lincoln, 17 April 
1679. 



Timothy Langley, 
bapt. at St. Anne's, 
Blackfriars, Lon- 
don, 3 September 
1645. _ 

Thomas Langley, 
bapt. at St. Anne's, 
Blackfriars, Lon- 
don, 28 February, 
and bur. there 
8 March 164^ 



Margaret (or Margery) 
Langley (twin with 
Bridget) ; bapt. at 
St. Anne's, Blackfriars, 
London, 1 5 February 
164!^ > administratrix 
to her sister, Bridgett 
Pomfret, 22 January 
I yoj ; mentioned in 
will of her uncle, John 
Langley, 3 September 
1661. 



Bridget (twin with Margaret), 
bapt. at St. Anne's, Black- 
friars, London, 15 February 
164^ ; mentioned in will of 
her uncle, John Langley, 3 
September 1661. Adiiion 
granted 22 January 17 of 
(P.C.C.) She married at the 
Temple, London, 22 June 
1676, Samuel Pomfret of Clee. 



I 



Thomas Langley of Golding Hall, co.= 
Salop ; J. P. and High Sheriff for that 
county 1743 ; Burgess of Shrewsbury 
1721; marr. before 27 August 1707 
(then under age) ; bur. at Cound, co. 
Salop, 13 February 1757. Will dated 
31 January 1757. 



=Dorothy Pye, 
dau. of John 
Pye of The 
]\Ieane, co. 
Hereford ; bur. 
at Cound 30 
April 1765. 



John Arnold Langley, ist Lieutenant 
H.M.S. "Windsor"; died in April 
1737. Will dated 28 January i73f, 
proved i July 1737 (P.C.C. 162 
IFaif). He marr. ALirgaret Baldwyn, 
who died before 28 January 17 

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Margaret John Langley, 

Langley, solicitor; born 

born 10 18 Nov., bapt. 

July 1 708. at Cound, co. 

died an Salop, 22 Nov. 

infant. i7°9; Mayor 

of Shrewsbury 

1 745, Steward of 

the Corporation 

of Shrewsbury 

1768 ; died s.p., 

bur. at Cound 

29 Jan. 1795. 

Margaret Lang- 
ley, born 4 Feb., 
bapt. at Cound 
12 March 171^; 
bur. there 2 1 
May 171 1. 



Thomas Langley of= 
Golding, surgeon ; 
born 9 September, 
bapt. at Cound 24 
September 1712 ; 
mentioned in will 
of his grandmother, 
Margaret Langley, 
26 January 17 if; 
executor to his wife's 
will 24 May 1756 ; 
bur. at Cound 26 
February 1 766. Will 
dated 18 December 
1765, proved 17 
May 1766 (P.C.C. 
186 Tyndall). 



=Elizabeth Townrow, mar- 
ried I September 1739 
(marriage settlements 
dated 30 August 1739); 
marr. istly Richard 
Grantham of Goltho, 
CO. Lincoln, and 2ndly 
Thomas West of Red 
Lion Square, co. Middle- 
sex, M.D. ; bur. at 
Goltho. Will dated 17 
December 1750, with 
codicil dated 2 February 
1753, proved 24 May 1756 
(P.C.C. 143 Glazier). 



Letitia Langley, 
born 20 May, 
bapt. at Cound 
30 May 1716; 
mentioned in will 
of her grand- 
mother, Margaret 
Langley, 26 Jan- 
uary 171I7; bur. 
at Cound 2 No- 
vember 1733. 



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William Langley of Bridgnorth, co. Salop ; bapt. at Cound,= 
CO. Salop, 19 July 1696; executor to his mother's will, 
16 October 1719; Solicitor 20 February 173"; Attorney 
30 July 1730 ; bur. at St. Leonard's, Bridgnorth, 20 May 
1732 ; Admon granted 20 November 1733 (P.C.C.) 



=Anne Blakemore, 
bur. at Bridgnorth 
I January 174! ; 
administratrix to 
her husband 20 
November 1733. 



Anne Langley, 
bapt. 19 May 
1709. 



Arnold Blakemore Langley, 
bapt. at St. Leonard's, Bridg- 
north, 4 April 1 721; bur. 
there 2 January 172-^. 



Catherine, bapt. at St. 
Leonard's, Bridgnorth, 
30 May 1723 ; marr. 
istly Thomas Med- 
licot and 2ndly . . . 
Shakelton. 



Anne Langley; 
bapt. 3 February 



Margaret, bapt. at St. 

Leonard's, Bridgnorth, 

8 November 1725 ; 

marr. at Cound 18 December 1728. 

September 1756, John 

Taylor, Captain R.N. 



172^; bur. 19 



Mary Langley of Golding, 
Cound, born 26 June, bapt. 
at Cound 30 June 1717; men- 
tioned in will of her grand- 
mother, Margaret Langley, 
26 January i7if ; executrix 
to will of her brother, Thomas 
Langley, 17 May 1766; bur. 
at Cound 27 May 1801. Will 
dated 9 January 1782, with 
codicil dated 29 October 
1797, proved i October 1801 
(P.C.C. 679 Abercrombie). 



Margaretta Doro- 
thea Langley, 
born 17 August, 
bapt. at Cound 
31 August 1718 ; 
mentioned in will 
of her grand- 
mother, Margaret 
Langley, 26 Jan- 
uary 171! ; bur. 
at Cound 22 
March 1787. 



Arnold Langley of St. George-= 
the-Martyr, co. Middlesex, 
and afterwards of Ross Hall, 
CO. Salop, surgeon (twin with 
Ann) ; born 1 5 November, 
bapt. at Cound 18 November 
1 7 19; died 5 November, bur. 
at Cound 1 1 November 1788. 
Will dated 10 April 1783, 
with codicil dated 31 October 
1788, proved i December 
1788 (P.C.C. 803 Calvert). 
He marr. istly Elizabeth Lear. 



Jane Jurin, 
dau. of James 
Jurin, M.D. ; 
marriage settle- 
ments dated 
24 April 1771 ; 
executrixtoher 
husband's will 
I December 
1788; died at 
Tonbridge, co. 
Kent, 13 July 
1814. 2nd wife. 



Sarah Ormesby, dau.=j=Arnold Langley of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-=i=FrancesDavies,dau. 



of Edward Ormesby; 
marr. at Sidmouth, co. 
Devon, 19 September 
1795. ist wife. 



at-Law; born 2 March, bapt. at St. George- 
the-Martyr's, Bloomsbury, 21 April 1774; 
died at Bath, co. Somerset, in 1843. 



A\ 



of James Davies 
of Penymaes, co. 
Brecon. 2nd wife. 



A\ 



Thomas Langley, Doctor of Physic and Surgeon=j=Elizabeth Jordain, dau. of Henry Jordain ; 



to the English Embassy at Madrid ; born 
5 November 1747 ; bur. at Kingston, Jamaica, 
West Indies, 25 November 1790. 



marr. at St. George's, Bloomsbury, London, 
13 March 1770; died 3 May, bur. at Henley- 
on-Thames, CO. Oxford, II May 181 2. 



John Langley of Golding Hall, co. Salop, and of^Annabella Claringbold, 2nd dau. of John 



Cardiff, co Glamorgan; born 27 March 1771 ; gazetted 
to a Lieutenancy Royal Glamorgan Militia, became 
afterwards Captain-Lieutenant, Surgeon and Pay- 
master; inherited Golding Hall Estate under the 
will of his uncle. General Archer Arnold Langley, 
and sold it in 18 18 to the Hon'''= Charles Cecil Cope 
Jenkinson, afterwards Earl of Liverpool ; died at 
Cardiff, bur. at St. John's, Cardiff, 13 June 1856. /\ 



Claringbold of Rolling Court, co. Kent, 
by Mary his wife ; born 1 9 January, bapt. 
at Goodnestone-by-Wingham, co. Kent, 
12 February 1778 ; marr. at St. George's, 
Canterbury, by licence, 13 February 
1798; died 20 August, bur. at St. John's, 
Cardiff, 24 August 1848. 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. II, page 10 1.) 



93 



Ann (twin with= 
Arnold); bom 
15 Novem- 
ber, bapt. at 
Cound, CO 
Salop, 18 No- 
vember 1 7 19; 
marr. there 25 
October 1759; 
bur. at Cound 
23 October 
1 800. 3rd wife. 



=Thomas Ireland of The 
Hall, Albrighton near 
Shrewsbury, co. Salop; 
born at Albrighton 31 
May 1 7 1 2 ; mentioned 
in will of his brother, 
Arnold Langley, 10 
April 1783; marr. istly 
Sarah, who was bur. at 
Albrighton 26 October 
1740, and 2ndly Amy 
Pershal, who was bur. 
at Albrighton 24 Jan- 
uary 1759. He died, 
aged 77, bur. at Al- 
brighton 18 November 
1789. 



Malet Vaughan,= 
dau. of John, 
Viscount Lis- 
burne, by Malet 
his wife, 3rd 
dau. of John, 
Earl of Roches- 
ter ; marr. before 
18 March 1747. 
I St wife. 



=George Langley of= 
Frampton Cotterell, 
co.Gloucester; born 
II October 1720; 
bapt. at Cound 
20 October 1721; 
Lieutenant R.N. 5 
April 175s; Bur- 
gess of Shrewsbury 
S April 1755. 



/N 



=Flora Fust, 6th 
dau. of Sir 
Francis Fust 
of Hill Court, 
CO. Gloucester, 
5thBart.;bapt. 
at Hill 14 April 
1745; marr. at 
Hill260ctober 
1767; died 6 
August, bur. at 
Hill 1 8 August 
1806. 2nd\vife. 



/N 



John Arnold Katherine Langley, Edward Langley, Elizabeth Langley, born Elinor, born 4 

Langley; bur. bom 23 January, born 21 July, 12 January, bapt. at February, bapt. 

at Cound bapt. at Cound 5 bapt. at Cound Cound2 7 January 172^; at Cound 24 

7 June 1721. February 172! ; 5 August 1724; executor to will of her Februaryi72f; 

bur. there in May bur. there 24 sister, Mary Langley, bur. there 19 

1790. September 1724. i October 1801; died Februaryi732. 

unmarried 22 July, bur. 
at Cound 25 July 1808. 



General Archer Arnold Langley of Golding Hall, co. Salop ; 
General Hon'''' East India Co.'s Service; Ensign 1768, Lieutenant 
1770, Captain 1780, Major 1790, Lieut.-Colonel 1796, retired 
1797 with rank of General; died s.p. 27 November, bur. at 
Cound 3 December 181 7. Will dated 9 June 1806, with two 
codicils, dated respectively 27 February i8i6and 25 March 1816, 
proved 12 January 18 18 (P.C.C.) 



John Langley, Lieutenant 
H.M.S. "Centaur"; died 
s.p. at sea. Administration 
granted 15 April 1783 to 
his father (P.C.C.) 



William 
Langley. 



Rebecca Langley, 
died unmarried 3 
May, bur. 8 May 
1815. 



Elizabeth, marr. after 9 January=j=William Stamp of co. Lincoln ; 



17S2 and before 10 April 
1783; executrix to her father's 
will I December 1788; died 
in April 1798. ^ 



mentioned in his father-in-law's 
will 10 April 1783. 



Thomas Langley, 
died young. 



Elizabeth Langley, 
born in November 
1774; died un- 
married 10 June 
1796. 



Mary Ann Langley, 
born 19 October 
1776; died un- 
married 14 August, 
bur. at Henley-on- 
Thames, CO. Oxford, 
19 August 1856. 



Cecilia Langley, 
born 26 January 
1778 ; died the 
next day. 



Harriet Langley, 
born 19 January 
1780; died un- 
married, bur. at 
Henley - on - 
Thames 19 May 
1S60. 



94 



Pedigree of Lockett. 

Jeffery Lockett of Swettenham, co. Chester (son of Jeffery Lockett=f=Anne, named as executrix 



Lockett. 

[Vol. 2, p. loS.] 



of Swettenham); aged circa 57 in 1592; bur. at Swettenham 
28 August 1622. Will dated 14 March i6i|^, proved at Chester 
30 September 1622. 



to her husband's will 14 
March i6i|^ ; bur. at 
Swettenham 11 May 1644. 



William Lockett of Swettenham ; mentioned^ 
in his father's will 14 March i6i|; bur. at 
Swettenham 20 July 1635. Will dated 8 March 
1635, proved at Chester 28 September 1635. 



^M^e^ 



=Emma Howley, marr. at 
Swettenham 6 February 
159!; renounced execu- 
tion of her husband's will 
28 September 1635 ; bur. 
at Swettenham 1 1 April 
1648. 



Jane, marr. before 
14 March i6i|^, 
John Taylor, who 
was mentioned in 
his father-in-law's 
will 14 March 
i6if 



Jeffery Lockett of Swetten-= 
ham ; bapt. privately at 
Goostrey, co. Chester, 4 May, 
and received into the church 
at Swettenham 7 July 1598 ; 
mentioned in will of his 
grandfather, Jeffery Lockett, 
14 March i6i|^, and in his 
father's will 8 March 163^; 
bur. at Swettenham 5 October 
1 66 1 Will dated 6 February 
i65y, proved at Chester 
2 May 1662. 



=Ann Brownsword, dau. of 
Thomas Brownsword of 
Eaton, CO. Chester ; bapt. 
at Astbury, co. Chester, 23 
March 160^; executrix to 
her husband's will 2 May 
1662 ; bur. at Swettenham 
2 May 1688. Will dated 
17 November 1687, proved 
at Chester 21 May 1688, 
by Randal Brownsword, 
nephew. 



nf^fffrt-^j^i^^^T^a^PuJ^ 



Thomas Lockett of= 
Marton, co. Ches- 
ter ; exeutor to his 
father's will 28 Sep- 
tember 1635, named 
as executor to will 
of his brother, 
Jeffery Lockett, 6 
February 1 65^; bur. 
at Marton 29 De- 
cember 1 68 1. Ad- 
ministration granted 
at Chester 5 April 
1682. 



=Mary, men- 
tioned in will 
of her brother- 
in-law, Jeffery 
Lockett, 6 Feb- 
ruary 165! ; 
died 10 March, 
bur. at Mar- 
ton 13 March 
i66|. M.L 



Mary Holland= 
of Withington, 
CO. Chester ; 
marr. licence 
dated 18 No- 
vember 1672 ; 
died 30 May, 
bur. at Mar- 
ton 4 June 
1678. M.L ist 
wife. 



=Jeffery Lockett of Marton and of Clonterbrook= 
House, Swettenham; bapt. at Marton 4 June 1652 ; 
named as heir to his godfather, Jeffery Lockett, 
6 February 165^; administrator to his father 5 April 
1682 ; mentioned in will of his aunt, Ann, wife of 
Jeffery Lockett, 17 November 1687; died, aged 51, 
24 January, bur. at Swettenham 28 January jy^^. 
M.L Administration granted at Chester 11 April 
1700. 



Catherine Thompson, dau. 
and coheir of Edward 
Thompson of Clonterbrook 
House, Swettenham ; marr. 
at Middlewich, co. Chester, 
28 March 1679; adminis- 
tratrix to her husband 1 1 
April 1700; died, aged 81, 
bur. at Swettenham 25 
November 1737. M.L 
2nd wife. 



Mary Lockett, Thomas Lockett of Lower Withington, co. Chester ; bapt. Anne Lockett, 

bapt. at Marton at Marton 13 May 1675; died s.p., bur. at Marton bapt. at Marton 

12 November, 4 December 1732. Will dated 4 November 1732, proved 30 May 1678; 

bur. there 2 De- at Chester 30 December 1732. mentioned in 



cember 1673. 



C^ho-.J^c^'- 



-^ 



her brother's 
will 4 November 
1732. 



95 



I I 

Ralph Whitticars of ^\ithi^gton, co.=Anne, bapt. at Peter Hackeney,=i=Elizabeth, bapt. at 



Chester; named overseer to his father 
la-law's will 14 March i6i|^, and to 
will of his brother-in-law, William 
Lockett, 8 March 163^ ; living 20 July 
163s (Inventory of William Lockeifs 
estate). 



Swettenham,co. 
Chester, 2 8 June 
1572. 



mentioned in his 
father-in-law's will 
14 March 16 1|^. 



Swettenham circa 
1571 ; marr. there 
2 February 159I; 
mentioned in her 
father's will 14 
March 161^. 



A\ 



Thomas Forrest of Ashton, co. Chester ;=i=Anne, marr. before 8 March 163^; mentioned 



mentioned in will of his brother-in-law, Jeffery 
Lockett, 6 February 1654. 



in will of her brother, Jeffery Lockett, 6 Feb- 
ruary 1657. 



As 



Mary Lockett, bapt. at Marton 
28 May 1638; bur. there 15 
15 February i66f. 



Anne Lockett, bom 28 July, bapt. at Marton 20 August 
1655 ; mentioned in will of her uncle, Jeffery Lockett, 
6 February 1654; bur. at Marton 22 December 1674. 



Catherine Lockett, 
bapt. at Marton, 
CO. Chester, 28 
September 1680. 



Jeffery Lockett of Clonterbrook and Gorstilow=^Mary Brooke, dau. of 



Green, Marton; died, aged 55, 19 July, bur. at 
Swettenham 22 July 1738. M.L Will dated 
5 July 1738, proved at Chester 9 May 1739- 




Richard Brooke of Toft, 
CO. Chester ; marr. at 
Lower Peover, co. Ches- 
ter, 23 December 1708; 
mentioned in her hus- 
band's will 5 July 1738; 
died, aged 65, bur. at 
Swettenham 8 March 
i74f. M.L 



Jeffery Lockett, Jeffery Lockett of Clonterbrook and Gorstilow= 

bapt. 21 May Green, Marton; bapt. at Clonterbrook 15 

1 710; died the March 171I; named as heir to his uncle, 

same year. Thomas Lockett, 4 November 1732, executor 

to his father's will 9 May 1739; died, aged 

43, 21 May, bur. there 24 May 1755. Will 

dated 8 December 1753, with codicil dated 

27 August 1754. 




^^A^^^ 



=Martha, men- 
tioned in her 
husband's will 
8 December 
1753 ; died, 
aged 65, 15 
May, bur. at 
Swettenham 19 
May 1776. 



Mary Lockett, 
bapt. at Swet- 
tenham 28 Au- 
gust 1716 ; 
mentioned in 
her father's will 
5 July 1738. 



Thomas Wright= 
of Knutsford, co. 
Chester ; men- 
tioned in will of 
his sister-in-law, 
Sarah Lockett, 
27 June 1794. 



A\ 



=Martha, bapt. at Swettenham 14 
July 1734; marr. there 19 June 
1757; mentioned in her father's will 
8 December 1753, in will of her 
cousin, Sarah Lockett, 3 July 
1 781, and in will of her sister, Sarah 
Lockett, 27 June 1794. 

96 



Ellen Lockett, bapt. at Swettenham 
24 March 173 J; mentioned in her 
father's will 8 December 1753, and in 
will of her sister, Sarah Lockett, 27 
June 1794; died, aged 81, 15 De- 
cember, bur. at Swettenham 17 
December 18 16. M.L 



Mary Smallwood=Richard Lockett of Marthall, co. Chester, bapt. at=Anne executrix 
of Smallwood and Swettenham, co. Chester, i8 June 1574; mentioned to her husband's 
Prestbury, co. in his father's will 14 March 16 1|. Will dated 4 October will 2 8 September 
Chester; marr. at 1652, proved 28 September 1653 (P.C.C. 104 Brent). 1653. 2nd wife. 
Prestbury 9 May 
1624. ist wife. 



Rev. William Lockett, Vicar of St. Werburgh's and St. Michael's,= 
Derby; bapt. at Marton i January i68|; of Jesus College, Cam- 
bridge, matriculated 15 June 1707, B.A. 1710 ; Incumbent of 
Siddington, co. Chester, 17 12; mentioned in will of his half-brother, 
Thomas Lockett, 4 November 1732; died, aged 65, on Thursday, 
9 May, bur. at St. Werburgh's, Derby, 13 May 1751. Will dated 
I March 174!, proved at Lichfield 18 July 1751. 



=Mary Merrill, executrix 
to her husband's will 
18 July 1751 ; bur. at 
St. Werburgh's, Derby, 
7 March 1759. 



Thomas Lockett, William Merrill Lockett, Town Clerk of Sarah Lockett of Hollington, co. 

bapt. at St. Derby; bapt. at St. Michael's, Derby, Derby; mentioned in her father's will 

Michael's, Derby, 28 September 1732 ; mentioned in his i March 174!; died i June 1782, 

23 November father's will i March i74f; died 27 bur. at St. Werburgh's, Derby. Will 

1730; bur. there March, bur. at St. Werburgh's, Derby, dated 3 July 1781. 

23 September 3 April 1777. 
1736. 



I 

William Lockett of Clonterbrook, Swettenham, and. 
afterwards of Knutsford, co. Chester ; bapt. at 
Swettenham 9 March 173^; mentioned in his 
father's will 8 December 1753; died, aged 31, bur. 
15 January 1769. M.L Administration granted 
at Chester 17 February 1769. 



=Hannah Johnson, dau. of Richard Johnson 
of Macclesfield, co. Chester ; marr. at 
Prestbury 21 October 1765; administratrix 
to her husband 17 February 1769; marr. 
2ndly Dr. Thomas Hewson, Curate of 
Macclesfield; died, aged 70, in 1816. 
M.L at Macclesfield. 



Richard Johnson Lockett of Westhoughton Hall,= 
Deane, co. Lancaster; bapt. at Macclesfield 17 February 
1767; died, aged 49, bur. at Deane 18 August 18 16. 



=Sarah Hilton of Hulton Itall, near 
Bolton, CO. Lancaster ; marr. at Deane 
28 June 1792. 



A 

i^For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. II., page 108.) 



97 



Thomas Lockett, bapt. at Swettenham, co. Chester ;=Joan, marr. 
8 April 1576; executor to his father's will 30 Sep- at Swetten- 
tember 1622, named overseer to will of his brother, 
William Lockett, 8 March 163I; bur. at Swettenham 
13 December 1646. 



Rdm>cJ> 



/atl^ 



ham 4 Feb- 
ruary i62f ; 
bur. there 
6 October 
1651. 



Jasper Lockett, bapt. at 
Swettenham 21 December 
1581 ; mentioned in his 
father's will 14 March 161 g-, 
and in will of his brother, 
Richard Lockett, 4 Oc- 
tober 1652. 



Sarah Lockett of Nether Knutsford, co. Chester; bapt. at Swettenham 
24 February 174!; mentioned in her father's will 8 December 1753, 
and in \vill of her cousin, Sarah Lockett, 3 July 1781. Will dated 
27 June 1794, proved at Chester 21 May 1796. 



Mary Lockett, bapt. at 
Swettenham 1 1 June 
1743, bur. there 6 
September following. 



AVilliam Jeffery Lockett of Derby, Clerk of the Peace for Derby; born= 
18 December 1768, bapt. at Knutsford 20 January 1769 ; named as heir 
to his cousin, Sarah Lockett, 3 July 1781 ; died 15 April 1839. M.L at 
St. Werburgh's, Derby. 




=Anne Bilbie, dau. of 
William Bilbie of 
Berryhill, Mansfield, 
CO. Nottingham ; 
marr. at Chesterfield, 
CO. Derby, 25 August 
1794; died, aged 87, 
bur. 21 March 1859. 



William Lockett of Derby; born 2 January, bapt. at St. 
Alkmund's, Derby, 15 January 1797; of St. John's 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1819, M.A. 1825; died 1848. 




98 



Lockett Family. 



HERE : LIETH 
THE : BODY : OF : MARY 
LOCKET : LATE : WIFE 
OF : THOMAS : LOCKET 
OF : MRTON : WHO : DE- 
PARTED : THE : 10 : OF 

MARCH : ANNO 
1667. 



Lockett. 

[Vol. 2, p. 108.] 



Marion Churchyard, co. Chester. 



HERE LYETH THE 

BODY OF lEFFRY 

LOCKETT, SENIOR, OF 

SWETTENHAM WHO 

WAS INTERRED THE 28^" 

OF lANUARY 1 699. 

AGED 51. 

ALSO CATHERINE 

WIFE TO Y"^ AF0R^° was 

INTERRED NOV : Y^ 25 

1737. AGED 81. 



HERE LYETH 
INTERRED THE BODY 
OF IEFFERY LOCKETT 

OF SWETTENHAM 

WHO DEPARTED THIS 

LIFE THE 19™ OF lULY 

1738. AGED 55. 

ALSO ELLEN LOCKETT 

OF SWETTENHAM 

DIED DECEMBER 13'^" 

1816 : AGED : 81 YEARS. 



LIKEWISE 

MARY WIFE 

OF THE SAID 

JEFFERY LOCKETT 

DIED ON THE 

S™ DAY OF MAR'^" 

1745. AGED 64. 



Swettenham Churchyard, co. Chester. 



99 



LOCkett. HERE LY- HERE 

[Vol. 2, p. I08.] ETH INTERRED THE LIETH INTERR'd 

BODY OF JEFFERY MARTHA WIFE OF 

LOCKETT OF SWET- JEFFERY LOCKETT 

TENHAM WHO DE- OF SWETTENHAM 

PARTED THIS LIFE WHO DEPARTED 

THE 21^'^ OF MAY 1755 THIS LIFE THE 15 

AGED 43 YEARS. OF MAY 1 7 76 

AGED 65. 



WILLIAM LOCKETT SON OF THE ABOVE SAID 

JEFFREY LOCKETT WAS INTERRED THE 12™ OF 

JANUARY 1769. AGED 3 1. 

IN LOVE I LIV'D IN PEACE I DYD 

I CRAV'D life but GOD DENY'D 

MY YOUTHFUL BLOOM HE WOU° DE-FACE 

& SEND ME TO A BETTER PLACE 

MY TENDER PLANTS AND CHIEFEST CARE 

I LEFT WITH WHOM I LOV° BEST. 



Swettenham Churchyard. 



TO THE MEMORY OF WILLIAM JEFFERY LOCKETT 

ESQUIRE, SECOND SON OF WILLIAM LOCKETT OF 

SWETTENHAM IN THE COUNTY OF CHESTER, ESQUIRE 

HE MARRIED ANNE 2"° DAUGHTER OF WILLIAM 
BILBIE OF BERRYHILL IN THE COUNTY OF NOTTING- 
HAM, gent: by WHOM HE LEFT ONE CHILD WILLIAM 
LOCKETT. HE WAS SOME TIME CLERK OF THE PEACE 
FOR THE COUNTY OF DERBY AND AFTERWARDS A MAG- 
ISTRATE FOR THE COUNTY AND BOROUGH OF DERBY 
HE DEVOTED MUCH OF A VALUABLE LIFE TO THE SERVICE 
OF THIS TOWN AND COUNTY AT LARGE AND TO THE PRO- 
MOTION OF INDIVIDUAL INTERESTS OF ALL AROUND 
HIM. HE DIED APRIL I5™ 1839 IN THE 71^^ YEAR 
OF HIS AGE AND IN THE FIRM RELIANCE IN THE MER- 
ITS OF HIS REDEEMER, LEAVING HIS WIDOW AND 

SON SURVIVING BY WHOM THIS TABLET WAS 

ERECTED AS AN AFFECTIONATE TOKEN OF THEIR 

REGARD FOR HIS MEMORY. 

Marble Tablet in St. Werburgh's Church, Derby. 



Pedigree of Carlyoti. 



Walter Carlyon of Tregrehan,=j=Margaret Carlyon, dau. 



Carlyon. 

[Vol. 2, p. 113.] 



St. Blazey, co. Cornwall ; bur. 
at St. Blazey 27 January i66j. 



of Tristram Carlyon 
of St. Austell, CO. 
Cornwall ; bur. at St. 
Blazey in 1655. 



William Carlyon of Tregrehan,=f=Mary Rowe, dau. of Thomas 



St. Blazey; died in 1702, bur. 
at St. Blazey. 



Rowe of Endellion, co. Corn- 
wall ; died in 1697, bur. at 
St. Blazey. 



Thomas Carlyon of Tregrehan,= 
St. Blazey ; bur. at St. Blazey 
19 December 1724. 



=Agnes Agus, dau. of 
Michael Agus of St. 
Mewan, co. Cornwall; 
bur. at St. Blazey 14 
February i72f. 



Thomas Carlyon of Tregrehan,=i=Elizabeth Hawkins, dau. and coheir of 



St. Blazey ; bur. at St. Blazey 
18 November 1732. 



Philip Hawkins of Pennans, co. Cornwall ; 
marr. at Creed, co. Cornwall, 23 June 
1715 ; bur. at St. Blazey 13 February i7f§. 



Philip Carlyon= 
of Tregrehan, 
St. Blazey ; 
bapt. at St. 
Blazey 20 May 
1716 ; bur. 
there 14 Sep- 
tember 1768. 



=Catherine Trewbody, only 
child of the Rev. Samuel 
Trewbody of Boscundle, 
CO. Cornwall, and niece of 
Edward Craggs, ist Lord 
EHot of Port Eliot; born 12 
July, bapt. at St. German's, 
CO. Cornwall, 26 July 172 1; 
marr. there 21 September 
1 741 (marriage licence at 
Exeter 2 9 August 1 7 4 1 ) ; bur. 
at St. Blazey 4 January 1 74I. 



Rev. Thomas Carlyon,= 
Rector of St. Just in 
Roseland, co. Corn- 
wall; bapt. at St. 
Blazey 27 November 
1717 ; of Pembroke 
College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1739, M.A. 
1744; died, aged 76, 
14 January, bur. at 
St. Just in Roseland 
18 January 1793. M.I. 



=Anne Gwavas, dau. and 
coheir of William Gwavas 
of Penzance, co. Corn- 
wall ; marr. at Madron, 
CO. Cornwall, 24 Sep- 
tember 1747 ; died, 
aged 76, 15 May, bur. 
at St. Just in Roseland 
20 May 1797. M.I. 



A\ 



Edward Trewbody Carlyon of Tregrehan, St. Blazey ; 
died s.p., leaving his estate to his cousin, Thomas 
Carlyon, bur. at St. Blazey 26 July 1770. Will dated 
20 July 1770, proved 26 September 1770, by Thomas 
Carlyon, cousin (P.C.C. 324 Jenner). 



Mary, born in Rev. John Carlyon, LL.B., Rector= 

1 7 1 9 ; marr. of St. Mary's, Truro, co. Cornwall, 

John Elliot of and sometime of Bradwell, co. 

Lostwithiel,co. Essex ; bapt. at St. Blazey, co. 

Cornwall. Cornwall, i6 June 1722 ; of 

Pembroke College, Cambridge ; 

died at Truro 21 September, 

bur. at St. Mary's, Truro, 27 

September 1798. Will dated 

14 September 1792, proved 27 

October 1798. 



j^^^iVl/TWw ^772- 



Mary Winstanley, dau. of James Winstanley 
of Braunstone, co. Leicester, by Mary his 
wife, dau. and coheir of Sir Edmund 
Prideaux of Netherton, co. Devon ; 
bapt. at Braunstone 6 May 1734; marr. at 
Bath Abbey, co. Somerset, 7 April 1763 
(marriage settlements dated 5 April 1763); 
died, aged 74, 17 April, bur. at St. Mary's, 
Truro, 21 April 18 18. Will dated 27 De- 
cember 1806, with two codicils dated 
respectively 22 April 1809 and 14 May 1813. 
Admon granted 30 May 1818 (P.C.C.) 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. 11., page II J.) 



William Carlyon of St. Austell,= 
CO. Cornwall ; mentioned in 
the will of his nephew, Edward 
Trewbody Carlyon, 20 July 
1770. Will dated 4 March 1778, 
proved 22 May 1778, by Francis 
Polkinghorne and Charles 
Rashleigh (P.C.C. 189 Bay). 



=Elizabeth Pomeroy, dau. 
and coheir of the Rev. 
John Pomeroy of Trelisick 
in St. Eve, co. Cornwall ; 
marriage articles dated 
7 July 1 747 ; mentioned 
in her husband's will 
4 March 1778. 



Elizabeth, mentioned in the will 
of her nephew, Edward Trewbody 
Carlyon, 20 July 1770 ; marr. 
William Hughes, a Major in the 
Army, who died before 1783. 



I 



Thomas Carlyon of Tregrehan, St.= 
Blazey, co. Cornwall (her cousin); 
bom at Penzance, co. Cornwall, 
6 July 1748 ; High Sheriff for co. 
Cornwall 1802; executor and heir 
of his cousin, Edward Trewbody 
Carlyon, 26 September 1770; 
died 16 December 1830. 



=Mary, born i November 1751 ; 
marr. 24 February 1778 ; 
mentioned in will of her 
cousin, Edward Trewbody 
Carlyon, 20 July 1770; died 
13 January 1821. 



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Grant of Arms to the Rev. Thomas Carlyon, Carlyon. 

1784. [Vol. ., p. ..3.] 



To All and Singular to whom these 
Presents shall come Isaac Heard Esquire, 
Garter Principal King of Arms, and 
Thomas Lock Esquire, Clarenceux King 
of Arms of the South East and West 
Parts of England from the River Trent 
Southwards send Greeting. Whereas 
Thomas Carlyon M.A. Rector of S' Just 
in the County of Cornwall second but 
eldest surviving son of Thomas Carylon 
of Tregrehan in the Parish of S' Blazey in 
the County of Cornwall esquire deceased 
hath represented unto the most Honourable 
Charles Howard Esquire, commoly called 
Earl of Surrey, Deputy with the Royal 
Approbation to his Father the most Noble 
Charles, Duke of Norfolk, Earl Marshal 
and hereditary Marshal of England that 
he and his ancestors have used for their 
Armorial Ensigns Sable a Plate between three Castles Argent and 
for Crest a Lion rampant but the same not appearing to have been 
duly registered to his Family in the College of Arms and unwilling 
to continue the use of them without unquestionable Authority he 
requested the Favor of his Lordships Warrant for our confirming 
and exemplifying the said Arms and Crest with such variation as 
might be necessary to be borne by him and his Descendants and 
the Descendants of his said Father and Forasmuch as his Lordship 
did by Warrant under his hand and seal hearing date the 3'' day 
of June last authorize and require Us to confirm and exemplify the 
same accordingly Know ye therefore that We the said Garter and 
Clarenceux in pursuance of the Consent of the said Deputy Earl 
Marshal and by Virtue of the Letters Patent of our several offices 
to each of us respectively granted under the Great Seal of Great 
Britain do by these Presents confirm and exemplify to the said 
Thomas Carlyon the arms following that is to say, Sable a Plate 
between three Castles Argent each charged with a cross crosslet gules 
and for Crest on a wreath of the Colours A demi lion rampant gules 
ducally crowned or collared Argent holding between his paws a bezant 
as the same are in the Margin hereof more plainly depicted to be 
borne and used for ever hereafter by him the said Thomas Carlyon 
and his Descendants and by those of his said late Father Thomas 
Carlyon aforesaid deceased with due and proper Differences according 
to the laws of Arms without the Let or Interruption of any Person 
or Persons whatsoever. In Witness whereof we the said Garter and 
Clarenceux Kings of Arms have to these Presents subscribed our 
Names and affixed the Seals of our several Offices this isth day of July 
in the 24th year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord George the third 
by the Grace of God King of Great Britain France and Ireland, 
Defender of the Faith &c. and in the Year of our Lord one Thousand 



seven hundred and eighty four. 

Isaac Heard, Garter, 

Principal King of Arms. 



Thomas Lock, Clarenceux, 
King of Arms. 



103 



Fernell. 

[Vol. 2, p. 117.] 



Connnissiou to Coiiimander IVilliani Fcrnell, 

1762. 




George the Third by the 
Grace of God King of Great 
Britain France and Ireland 
Defender of the Faith &c. 
To our trusty and well- 
beloved William Fernell 
Commander of the Ship 
Valentine burthen Four 
hundred and ninety nine 
tons carrying twenty six guns 
and ninety nine men or to any 
other Commander of the said 
Ship for the time being 
Greeting. Whereas We are 
informed that there are several pyrates freebooters and Sea rovers which 
do infest the seas of India whither you are now going We have therefore 
thought fit to authorise and empower and accordingly do by these Presents 
authorise and empower you to apprehend seize and secure the Persons 
of any such Pyrates Free Booters and Sea Rovers being either Our own 
subjects or of other Nations associated with them as you shall meet 
with in any of the Ports or places or upon any of the Coasts or seas of 
India or in any other Seas whatsoever together with their Ships and 
Vessels and all such Merchandizes money Goods & wares as shall 
be found on Board or with them in case they shall willingly yield 
themselves but if they will not submit without fighting then you are by 
force to compel them to yield. And We do also require you to bring or 
cause to be brought such Pyrates Free Booters & Sea Rovers as you 
shall seize or take to a legal tryal to the end they may be proceeded 
against with the utmost severity of the Law. And we do hereby enjoyn 
you to keep an exact journal of your proceedings in the execution of the 
premises & therein to set down the name of such Pyrates and of their 
officers & Company and the names of such Ships & Vessels as you 
shall by virtue of these presents seize & take and the Quantities and 
Qualities of all Arms ammunition provision and Lading of such ships & 
Vessels & the true value of the same as near as you can judge and 
also to secure and take care of all Bills of Lading Invoyces & cocquets 
charter-parties & all other Papers & writings of what kind soever which 
shall be found on board such Ships & vessels. And We do hereby strictly 
charge & command you (as you will answer the same at your utmost 
Peril) that you do not in any manner offend or molest any of Our 
Subjects or the Subjects of our Friends and Allies their Ships or goods 
by Colour or pretence of these presents or the Authority hereby granted. 
In Witness whereof We have Caused Our Great Seal of Great Britain 
to be affixed to these presents. Given at Our Court at St. James's the 
Third Day of May 1762 in the Second year of Our Reign. 



104 



Pedigree of Manning. 



Manning. 

[Vol. 2, p. 121.] 



Thomas Manning of Roydon, co.= 

Norfolk, son of William Manning, 
Churchwarden of Diss, co. Norfolk. 



=Mary, bur. at 
Roydon 15 
March i66#. 



ThomasMan- 
ning, bapt. at 
Roydon 20 
Feb. 163^. 



John Manning, 
bapt. at Roy- 
don 24 March 
i63f; married 

Abigail. 

I 



Samuel Manning, = 
bapt. at Roydon 18 
June 1638; bur. 
at Diss 10 Sep- 
tember 1701. 



=Deborah Wainforth, dau. 
of Thomas Wainforth of 
Roydon, gent ; bapt. at 
Roydon 4 December 
1646 ; marr. there 30 
September 1679; bur. 
at Diss 22 August 1715. 



Mary, bapt. at 
Roydon 10 Feb- 
ruary 162!^ ; 
marr. 20 April 
1652, William 
Hore of Diss. 



Rev. Edward Bos-=Deborah, bapt. at Ann, bur. at=j=Samuel Manning=Alice Baylie, dau, 



worth. Rector of 
Thelton, co. Nor- 
folk ; of Sidney 
Sussex College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 
1695, M.A. 1699 ; 
died, aged 40, 14 
June 1 7 14, bur. at 
Diss. M.I. /^ 



Roydon 12 Sep- 
tember 1680 ; 
died, aged 28, 13 
September 1708, 
bur. at Diss. M.I. 



St. Gregory's, 
Norwich, 23 
August 1727. 
ist wife. 



of Diss, esquire ; 
bapt. at Roydon 
19 June 1682 ; 
bur. at Diss 10 
February 173^. 



of Thomas Baylie 
of Harleston, co. 
Norfolk ; died, aged 
81, 16 November 
i76i,bur.at Reden- 
hall, CO. Norfolk. 
2nd wife. 



Ann Manning, Samuel Manning of Diss, esquire ; bapt. at 
bapt. at Diss Diss 28 February 172!; educated at Bury 
25 September and at Caius College, Cambridge, admitted 
1721. 3 March 174^, Scholar 1741; died, aged 20, 

bur. at Diss 3 December 1743. 



Thomas Carter of Norwich,=Anne, bapt. 
gent ; died, aged 54, 2 11 August 
October 1730, bur. in St. 1685. 
Giles', Norwich. M.I. 



ThomasManning= 
of Starston, co. 
Norfolk ; bapt. at 
Diss 20 Novem- 
ber 1687. 



=Susan Clarke, dau. of Gregory 
Clarke of Henstead and Blun- 
derston, co. Suffolk, esquire. 



Thomas Manning of Bungay, co. Suffolk, and of=j=Frances Simpson, dau. and heiress of John 



Starston, co. Norfolk, surgeon ; J. P. for the 
counties of Norfolk and Suffolk ; died at Bungay, 
aged 63, 15 January 1787, bur. at Diss. M.I. 



Simpson of Bungay and Debenham, co. 
Suffolk; died, aged 80, 6 May 1805, bur. 
at Diss. M.I. 



84, 17 November 1833, 
bur. at Diss. M.I. 



Lieut. -Colonel Thomas Jenkinson Woodward of= Frances, born 6 March 
Walcot Hall, Diss, esquire ; educated at Eton and 1749; died s.p., aged 
at Clare Hall, Cambridge, LL.B. 1769; J. P. and 
D.L. for the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk; 
Lieut.-Colonel Diss Volunteers ; an eminent 
botanist; died at Diss, aged 75, 28 January 1820, 
bur. there. M.I. {See "Dictionary of National 
Biography" Vol. LXIL, page 427.) 



I OS 



Susanna Manning, Rev. William Manning, bapt. at Starston, co.= 
died unmarried, Norfolk, 9 November 1733; of King's College, 
aged 83, 9 April Cambridge, M.A. 1755; Vicar of Loddon, co. 
1812, bur. at Diss, Norfolk 1759; Rector of Broome, co. Norfolk 
CO. Norfolk. M.I. 1760, Rector and Patron of Diss 1778; died 

29 November, bur. at Diss 6 December 18 10. 

Will dated 24 December 1807, proved at Norwich 

4 January, and further probate granted 1 1 

March 181 1. 



=Elizabeth, only child 
of the Rev. ^Villiam 
Adams, Rector of 
Rollesby, co. Norfolk ; 
bapt. there i June 
1746 ; marr. there 
21 July 1768 ; died, 
aged 34, bur. at Diss 
2 February 1782. 



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{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. II, page 121.) 



I I 

Simon Kerrich of Harleston and Geldeston, co. Norfolk,^Anne, died 2 1 Deborah Manning. 

esquire, J.P. ; died, aged 51, 4 December 1748, bur. at January 1791, 
Redenhall, co. Norfolk. M.I. He marr. istly, Susan, bur. at Reden- 
dau. of Roger Castle of Raveningham, co. Norfolk ; hall. 3rd wife, 
and 2ndly, Mary, dau. of Dr. John Baron, Dean of 
Norwich. 



106 




.£:2c^ Jyt.Ac£&-r^ ^ r(riy'a-/A: 1383 



Pedigree of IVilder. 



Wilder. 

[Vol. 2, p. 127.] 



Nicholas Wylder of Sulham,= 
CO. Berks. Will dated 30 
March 1542 (Arch: of Berks, 
215 B). 



=Isabel (or Elizabeth), named executrix 
to her husband's will 30 March 1542. 
Will dated 5 July 1544 (Arch : of 
Berks, 215 Batelt). 



John Wilder of Sulham ;=pAgnes, named executrix 



mentioned in his father's 
will 30 March 1542, and in 
his mother's will 5 July 1544. 
Will dated 1550 (Arch : of 
Berks, 119 B). 



to her husband's will 
1550. Will dated 8 July 
1557, proved 17 January 
1 5 II (Arch: of Berks, 
247 Batell). 



Nicholas Wilder, 
mentioned in his 
father's will 30 
March 1542, and 
in his mother's 
will s July 1544. 



I 
Thomas Wilder, 

mentioned in his 

father's will 30 

March 1542, and 

in his mother's 

will 5 July 1544. 



I 
John Wilder of Nunhide,= 
Sulham, yeoman ; mentioned 
in will of his grandfather, 
Nicholas Wylder, 30 March 
1542, in will of his grand- 
mother, Isabel Wylder, 5 July 
1544, and in his mother's will 
8 July 1557. Will dated 
14 October 1588, proved 
16 November 1588 (P.C.C. 
S Leicester). 



=Alice, executrix 
to her husband's 
will 1 6 November 
1588. Will dated 
2 January 159!, 
proved 23 Au- 
gust 1602 (Arch: 
of Berks, 851 J). 



Thomas Wilder, mentioned=rAlice. 



Will 



in will of his grandfather, 
Nicholas Wylder, 30 March 
1542, in will of his grand- 
mother, Isabel Wylder, 5 
July 1544, and in his 
mother's will 8 July 1557 ; 
died before 18 September 
1586. . 



dated 18 Sep- 
tember 1586, 
proved 7 Oc- 
tober 1587 
(Arch: of Berks 
270 H). 



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I 
John Wilder of Nun-= 
hide, Sulham, yeo- 
man ; mentioned in 
his father's will 14 
October 1588, and 
in his mother's will 
2 January 159!. 



Nicholas Wilder of= 
Hartfield, co. Hants ; 
mentioned in his 
father's will 14 Oc- 
tober 1588, and in 
his mother's will 
2 January 159!^. 



marr. before 
14 October 
1588 ; men- 
tioned in 
the will of 
her mother- 
in-law 2 Jan- 
uary i59f 



As 



John Wilder, mentioned in will of his 
grandfather, John Wilder, 14 October 
1588, and in will of his grandmother, 
Alice Wilder, 2 January 159!. 



William Wilder of=i=Joan. 
Sulhampstead Ban- 
nister, CO. Berks ; 
mentioned in his 
father's will 14 Octo- 
ber 1588, and in 
his mother's will 2 
January 159I; bought 
the Manor of Sul- 
hampstead Bannister 
from Humphrey 

Foster, esquire, in 

I618. y^ 



107 



Richard Wilder, men- 
tioned in his father's 
will 30 March 1542, 
and in his mother's 
will 5 July 1544. 



William Wilder, mentioned 
in his father's will 30 March 
1542, and in his mother's 
will 5 July 1544. 



Henry Wilder, 
mentioned in 
his mother's 
will 5 July 
1544- 



John Wilder, mentioned 
in his father's will 30 
March 1542, and in his 
mother's will 5 July 
1544- 



William Wilder, 
mentioned in his 
mother's will 8 
July ISS7- 



Agnes, executrix to her mother's=j=, 
will 17 January isf-^; mentioned in 
will of her sister-in-law, Alice, wife 
of Thomas Wilder, 18 September 
1586, in will of her brother, John 
Wilder, 14 October 1588, and in 
will of her sister-in-law, Alice, wife 
of John Wilder, 2 January 159I. 



Edwards. 



Elizabeth Wilder, 
executrix to her 
mother's will 17 
January i5f|. 



Thomas Wilder of Nunhide, Sulham,= 
CO. Berks, yeoman ; mentioned in his 
father's will 14 October 1588; bought 
Nunhide of his brother, John Wilder, 
in 1598; executor to his mother's will 
23 August 1602; living 29 September 
1634 {Chan: Pro: 24. October i6ji). 



^Margaret. 



John Higgs of Sulhamp-= 
stead Bannister, co. Berks, 
yeoman. Will dated 4 
December 1596, proved 
3 March 159! (Arch: of 
Berks, 1353 J). 



=Eleanor, marr. 
before 14 Oc- 
tober 1588; 
executrix to 
her husband's 
will 3 March 
i59l- 



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1 

John Wilder,^ 


i=Amy Knapp, 


1 
Thomas 


1 1 
Henry Warner of St.=f=Alice, marr. Marga 


li\nngi2 June 


dau. of Henry 


Wilder. 


Martins-in-the-Fields, co. 


circa 1619; 


1680. 


Knapp of 




Middlesex, scrivener ; marr. 


died circa 




Chilton, CO. 




zndly, 2 February i62f, 


1622 {Chan: 




Berks ; bapt. 




Lettice Allen, dau. of John 


Fro: Car: I., 




at Chilton 28 




Allen of Streatley,co. Berks; 


IV 2, 28). 




October 1 61 2; 




living 19 January 163^ 






marr. in 1633. 




{Chan: Fro: Car: I., 

W2, 28). J\ 


s 



John Wilder 
of Nunhide, 
Sulham. 



=Elizabeth Knapp, dau. of 
Henry Knapp of North Street, 
Theale, co. Berks; marr. at St. 
Lawrence', Reading, in 1670. 



Margaret Wilder; 
died before 1683. 



John Briscoe of= 
Chipping Norton, 
CO. Oxford. 



=Amy. 



A 



Henr>' Wilder of=j=Elizabeth Saunders, 



Nunhide, Sulham 
bur. at Sulham 
10 June 1755. Will 
dated 3 November 
1754, proved 27 
Aprili756(P.C.C. 
127 Glazier). 



2nd dau. and coheir 
of Thomas Saunders 
of Purley, Chaddle- 
worth, CO. Berks, 
esquire ; bur. at 
Sulham 20 May 
i74i. 



John Wilder, 
Barrister-at-Law ; 
of St. John's 
College, Oxford, 
matriculated 31 
March 1 690, aged 
15 ; of the Inner 
Temple 1702. 



Thomas Knapp=Mary, aged 23, 
of Abingdon, 12 Feb. 



CO. Berks, gent ; 
aged 24, 12 
February 170^^. 



1 7°5 ; 
marriage licence 
(Faculty Office). 



108 



John Palmer.=j=Joan, marr. before 
14 October 1588. 



. . . Barnes, mentioned=Alice, marr. after 14 October 
in his mother-in-law's 1588 and before 2 January 
will 2 January 179!^. iS9|-' 



John Wilder of Nunhide and= 
Purley Hall, co. Berks, esquire ; 
executor to his father's will 27 
April 1756; receives grant of 
arms 25 February 1766; bur. 
at Sulham, co. Berks, 13 July 
1772. 



=Beaufoy Boyle, dau. and heiress of Colonel 
William Boyle ; marr. at St. Botolph's, 
Aldersgate, London, 11 June 1735; died, 
aged 51, 17 May, bur. at Sulham 23 May 

1765. Administration granted 14 February 

1766, to John Wilder, husband; 2nd ad- 
ministration granted 23 July 1778, to the 
Rev. Henry Wilder, son (P.C.C.) 



Elizabeth Wilder, 
mentioned in her 
father's will 3 
November 1754. 



Rev. Henry Wilder of Purley Hall and=j=Joan Thoyts, dau. of William 



Nunhide, D.C.L.; Rector of Sulham; born at 
Shiplake, co. Oxford, in September 1744; of 
St. John's College, Oxford, matriculated 5 July 
1762, aged 17, Fellow 1766, B.C.L. 1767, 
D.C.L. 1785; died, aged 69, 22 January, bur. 
at Sulham 30 January 18 14. M.I. 



Thoyts of Sulhampstead, co. 
Berks, esquire; marr. 13 June 
1769; died at Marylebone, 
London, aged 89, bur. at 
Sulham 15 April 1837. 



John Wilder, bur. 
at Milverton, co. 
Warwick. 



John Wilderof Purley Hall ;= 
bapt. at Sulham 30 October 
1769; of Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 1 1 
October 1787, aged 18, 
B.A. 1792; J.P., D.L. ; 
died, aged 66, 22 February, 
bur. at Sulham 28 Feb- 
ruary 1834. M.L in the 
church at Sulham. 



=Harriet Beadon, dau. of Dr. 
Edwards Beadon, Rector of 
North Stoneham, co. Hants, 
Vicar of Minting, co. Lin- 
coln, Fellow of St. John's 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1747, M. A. 1 751; born 2 July 
1774; marr. 22 November 
1797; died at Sulham, aged 
52, 4 October 1825. M.L 
in the church at Sulham. 



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(For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. II., page 127.) 



Joan, bapt. at Sul- 
ham 25 October, 
bur. there 10 No- 
vember 1770. 



Henry Wilder, bapt. 
at Sulham 7 De- 
cember 1 771, bur. 
there 18 January 
1780. 



William Wilder 
of Mark Lane, 
London ; bapt. 
at Sulham 2 
February 1773; 
living unmarried 
in 1837. 



109 



William Phillipson=Mary, marr. in 
of Abingdon, co. 1742; mentioned 



Berks, surgeon. 



in her father's 
will 3 November 
1754 ; died in 
1778. 



Jane Wilder, mentioned 
in her father's will 
3 November 1754; bur. 
at Sulham, co. Berks, 
8 June 1764. 



West Andrew= 
Blackaller of 
Market Illey, 
CO. Berks, 
apothecary. 



=Ann, marr. at 
Sulham 6 July 
1738 ; died in 
February 1766. 



A 



Rev. William Dee Best, Rector of=Harriet Ann, John Haskins of=Mary, marr. at 
Beenham, co. Berks; of Queen's marr. at Sulham Little Berkhamp- Sulham 13 Au- 
College, Oxford, matriculated 29 i August 1767 
January 1755, aged 17, B.A. 1758, 
M.A. 1761. 



stead, CO. Hertford; gust 1771; bur. 
ofTheale, CO. Berks, there 10 January 
10 January 1782. 1782. 



Lucy, marr. at Sulham 24 June 
1766, Henry Deane of St. 
Lawrence', Reading, co. Berks, 
esquire. =j= 



Beaufoy Wilder, 
bur. at Sulham 
24 December 
1764. 



Elizabeth Wilder, 
bur. at Sulham 13 
January 174^. 



Charlotte Wilder, 
bur. at Sulham 30 
April 1765. 



Richard Boyle 
Wilder, bapt. at 
Sulham 20 Sep- 
tember 1776 ; 
bur. there 1 5 
December 1781. 



George Lodowick=j=Augusta Iva Mary William Black-=j=Charlotte Beaufoy, 



Wilder. 



Walcot, dau. of 
Edmund Walcot 
of Winckton, co. 
Hants. 



wood, died in 
1842. 



As 



marr. at Sulham 
16 August 181 7; 
died in 1870. 



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no 



Rev. John Pannell of Aldworth, co.= 
Sussex ; of St. John's College, Oxford, 
matriculated 25 October 1804, aged 19, 
B.A. 1809, M.A. 181 1 ; Rector of 
Ludgershall, co. Wilts, 1824, and Vicar of 
Withernsea, co. York; died 12 May 1872. 



=Lucy, bapt. at Charles Dixon=Harriet Amelia, 

Purley Hall, of Stanstead, co. bapt. at Sulham 

CO. Berks, in Sussex, esquire. 27 March 1778; 

i779;marr. at marr. there 24 

Sulham 8 May August 1801. 
1817. 



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Rev. Frederick Beadon, Vicar of= 
Titley, co. Hereford ; of Trinity 
College, Oxford, matriculated 
4 May 1796, aged 18, B.A. 1800, 
M.A. 1804; Rector of North 
Stoneham, co. Hants, Canon of 
Wells 181 1, Chancellor 1823; 
died, aged loi, 10 June 1879. 



=Mary Ann, 
bapt. at Sul- 
ham 27 May 
1775; marr. 
there 13 Oc- 
tober 1803. 



I 
Francis Boyle Shannon= 

Wilder of Busbridge, 
near Godalming, co. 
Surrey ; born 1 8 De- 
cember 1785, bapt. 
privately at Purley Hall. 



=Augusta Cornwall, 
dau. of John Corn- 
wall of Hendon, co. 
Middlesex, esquire; 
marr. 4 September 
1834. 



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Grant of Arms to Joint Wilder, iy66. 



To All and Singular to whom these Presents shall come Stephen 
Martin Leake Esquire Garter Principal King of Arms and Sir Charles 
Townley, Knt, Clarenceux King of Arms of the South East and West 
Parts of England from the River Trent Southwards send Greeting, 
Whereas those ancient Badges or Ensigns of Gentility Commonly 
called or known by the Name of Arms have heretofore been and still 
are continued to be conferred upon deserving Persons to distinguish 
them the Common Sort of People who neither can or may pretend 
to use them without lawful authority and whereas John Wilder of 

III 



Nunhide in the Parish of Sulham and County of Berks Esquire 
in the Commission of the Peace for the Counties of Berks and Oxford 
Deputy Lieutenant for and a Captain in the Militia of the former, 
only son and heir of Henry Wilder late of Nunhide aforesaid Esq"^ 
deceased by Elizabeth his Wife second Daughter and Coheir of 
Thomas Saunders of Parley in the Parish of Chadleworth in the said 
County of Berks hath represented unto the Right Honourable Richard 
Earl of Scarborough Deputy (with the Royal Approbation) to the most 
Noble Edward Duke of Norfolk Earl Marshall and Hereditary Marshal 
of England That He and his ancestors have been settled at Nunhide 
ever since the Reign of King Henry the Eighth, a long Time Lords 
of the Manors of Sulham and Nunhide and have constantly borne a 
Coat of Arms and Crest which are painted on an old vellum Escutcheon 
now in his possession but the same not being duly entered in the 
College of Arms he did therefore request the Favour of his Lordships 
Warrant for our assigning and confirming to him and his Descendents, 
and to the Descendents of his Father aforesaid the Arms and Crest 
painted in the said Escocheon, with such variation as may be 
necessary unto the same with his Family Pedigree may be registered 
with the Gentry of this Kingdom in the Heralds Office. And foras- 
much as his Lordship duly considering the Premises and also the 
Qualifications of the said John Wilder Esquire did by warrant under his 
Hand and Seal bearing date the 21st day of February Instant order and 
direct us to confirm and assign unto the said John Wilder and his 
Descendents and the Descendents of his said Father Henry Wilder Such 
Arms and Crest accordingly. Know ye therefore that We the said 
Garter and Clarenceux in pursuance of the Consent of the said Earl of 
Scarbororgh and by Virtue of the Letters Patent of our several offices to 
each of Us respectively granted under the great seal of Great Britain 
have assigned and do by these Presents Grant unto the said John Wilder 
the Arms following that is to say Gules from a Fess or charged with two 
Barrulets Azure a Demy Lyon rampant issuant of the Second and for the 
Crest on a wreath of the Colours a Savage or Wild-Man's Head couped 
at the Shoulders the Temples entwined with Woodbines proper with this 
Motto Virtuti Moenia Cedant as the same are in the margin hereof more 
plainly depicted to be borne and used for ever hereafter by him the said 
John Wilder Esquire and his Descendents and also by the Descendents 
of his Father Henry Wilder Esquire aforesaid deceased with their due 
and proper differences according to the ancient Practice and Custom 
of Arms without the Let or Interruption of any Person or Persons 
whatsoever. In Witness whereof We the said Garter and Clarenceux 
Kings of Arms have to these Presents subscribed our names and 
affixed the Seals of our several offices this 25th day of February 
in the sixth year of the reign of our Soveraign Lord George the 
Third by the Grace of God King of Great Britain France and Ireland 
Defender of the Faith &c. and in the year of our Lord One Thousand 
Seven Hundred and Sixty Six. 



S. Martin Leake, Garter, Charles Townlev, 

Principal King of Arms. Clarenceux King of Arms. 



Pedigree of Monck, 



Monck. 

[Vol. 2, p. 134.] 



William le Moyne of=f=Christian Crewkerne. 
Potheridge, co. Devon. 



John Monck=j=Elizabeth Grant, 
of Potheridge. 



Robert Monck.' 



I 
Humphrey Monck=j=Mary Champernowne. 

of Potheridge. 



John Monck.=f=Christian Kelly. 



Anthony Monck of=f=Elizabeth Wood. 
Potheridge, esquire. 



Thomas Monck 
of Potheridge, 
ancestor of 

George Monck, 
Duke of Albe- 
marle. 



Isabella, bur.=j=Richard Monck of Iver,= 



at Iver, co 
Buckingham. 
I St wife. 



Buckingham, and of 
Lever, CO. Devon, esquire; 
bur. at Iver 27 November 
1579. M.I. Will dated 
10 February i57f, proved 
I December 1579 (P.C.C. 
48 Bakon). 



=Blanche Ansham, dau. Elizabeth 
of Richard Ansham of Monck. 
Heston, co. Middlesex. 
2nd wife. 



Sir Nicholas Monck, admitted 
to Inner Temple in November 
1560. 



Tyldersley Monck, mentioned' 
in his father's will 10 February 



i57f 



=Mary Charde, dau. of 
. . . Charde of Barley, co. 
Leicester. 



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Roger Daye of Gatton, co.= 
Surrey ; executor to will of 
his father-in-law, Richard 
Monck, I December 1579. 



=Jane, marriage licence dated 
6 January 1 57-^ ; mentioned 
in her father's will 10 Feb- 
ruary i57f 



Mary, mentioned in her father's 
will 10 February i57f ; marr. 
John Sadocke. =j= 



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"3 



Alice Monck of Iver, co. Buckingham; 
not 25, 10 February i57f ; bur. at Iver. 
AVill dated 15 June 1641, proved 
19 July 1642, by Richard Hale of 
Windsor, co. Berks, esquire (P.C.C. 
97 Campbell). 



Henr)' Monck of Iver, gent ;=j=Joan Hitchcock, dau. of 



admitted to Inner Temple in 
November 1579; Attorney-at- 
Law; executor to his father's 
will I December 1579. 
Administration granted 24 
September 1628 (P.C.C.) 



William Hitchcock of 
Bread Street, London ; 
died 10 October 1601, 
bur. at Iver. M.I. 



Charles Monck of St. Stephen's Green, =j=Elizabeth Blenerhassett, 
Dublin, esquire ; admitted to Lincoln's dau. of Sir John Blener- 
Inn 10 March i6of ; Surveyor-General 
of the Customs, Ireland, 1627; adminis- 
trator to his father's estate 24 September 
1628; executor to will of his brother-in- 
law, Henry Blenerhaysett, 4 April 1632. 
Administration granted 15 June 1647, to 
Edward Blenerhaysett (P.C.C.) 



hassett, knight, Baron of 
the Exchequer ; men- 
tioned in will of her 
brother, Henry Blener- 
hassett, 8 June 1630; 
died before 1 5 June 1 647. 



Hough- 
ten. 



=Elizabeth, men- 
tioned in will of 
her aunt, Alice 
Monck, 15 June 
1641. 



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Henry Monck of Dublin, esquire ;= 
not 21, 15 June 1647. Will dated 
6 March i7o|^, proved 10 May 
1 7 10 (Prerog: Court of Ireland). 



=Sarah Stanley, dau. and heiress of 
Sir Thomas Stanley of Grange Gorman, 
CO. Dublin, knight; marr. i May 1673. 
Will dated 10 June 1715, proved 26 
August 1715 (Prerog : Court of Ireland). 



Elizabeth Monck, 
not 21, 15 June 
1647. 



Mary Molesworth,= 
dau. of Robert, ist 
Viscount Moles- 
worth ; poetess ; 
died in 1715. {See 
*^ Dictionary of Na- 
tional Biography^' 
Vol. XXXVIII., 
page 162.) I St wife. 



=George Monck of Dublin,= 
esquire ; Surveyor-General 
of the Customs, Ireland ; 
died 2 August 1726. Will 
dated 8 July 1726, proved 
23 August 1726 (Prerog: 
Court of Ireland). 



=Ann Ponsonby, dau. of 
Henry Ponsonby of Crotto, 
CO. Kerry ; mentioned in 
will of her husband 8 July 
1726; marr. istly David 
Cossart, Alderman of 
Dublin, and 2ndly George 
Brabazon. She died in 
1734. 2nd wife. 



Thomas Monck, 
bapt. 22 June 
1676; mentioned 
in his father's will 
6 March 170^. 



/N 



George Henry Monck of Charleville, co. ^^'icklow, and of Grange=j=Lady Ann Isabella, dau. of 



Gorman, Dublin, esquire; mentioned in his father's will 22 May 
1750; died 16 December 1787. Will dated 6 August 1784, 
proved 4 January 1788 (Prerog: Court of Ireland). 



Henry, Duke of Portland : 
marr. 8 November 1739: 
died in 1783. 



William Stanley 
Monck, died at 
Charleville, aged 
6, 13 November 
1746. 



Monck, 
5 March 



Anne 

bapt. 

1747-; died II 

September 1762. 



The Rt. Hon'^''^ George de la Poer, Marquess of Waterford,= 
P.C, K.P. ; born 8 January 173I; M.P. for co. Waterford 
1756-60, and for Coleraine 1761-63 ; succeeded his father 
as Earl of Tyrone 4 April 1763, and his mother as 
Lord La Poer 27 July 1769; K.P. 5 February 1783, a 
Privy Councillor of Ireland ; created Baron Tyrone of 
Haverfordwest, co. Pembroke, 21 August 1786, and 
Marquess of Waterford 19 August 1789 ; died at Carragh- 
more 3 December iSoo. 



=Elizabeth, bapt. 
1 2 February 
1 74^^^ ; marr. at 
St. P'eter's, Dub- 
lin, 19 April 
1769; died at 
Golden Hill, 
Hampstead, co. 
Middlesex, 15 
January 18 16. 



As 



114 



Thomas Monck, 
not 25, 10 Feb- 
ruary iS7f. 



I 
Charles Monck, men- 
tioned in will of his 
sister, Alice Monck, 
15 June 1 641; not 25, 
10 February I57f. 



Richard Monck, 
not 25, 10 Feb- 
ruary 1 57 J. 



Blanche Monck, 
not 25, 10 Feb- 
ruary i57f. 



Mary Monck, 
not 25, 10 
February 1 5 7f. 



. . . .=j=Ann, mentioned in will of 
Reed, her aunt, Alice Monck, 
15 June 1641. 



Thomas Monck, died 
in infancy, bur. at 
Iver, CO. Buckingham. 
M.I. 



Henry Monck, 
died in infancy, 
bur. at Iver. 
M.I. 



Henry Monck, 
died in infancy, 
bur. at Iver. 
M.I. 



Charles Monck of Grange=j=AgnetaHitchcock, 

Gorman, co. Dublin, esquire ; 

bapt. 19 May 1678 ; Barrister-at- 

Law(Ireland) 23 October 1 705 ; 

executor to will of his brother, 

Stanley Monck, i March 173!. 

Will dated 22 May 1750, 

proved 22 January 1752 

(Prerog: Court of Ireland). 



dau. of Major 
Walter Hitchcock ; 
marr. 23 October 
1705 ; died 4 May 
1753- 



Stanley Monck of Dublin,= 
esquire ; mentioned in 
his father's will 6 March 
1 7o|. Will dated 1 1 May 
1724, proved i March 
173I (Prerog: Court of 



Ireland). 



•Elizabeth, men- 
tioned in her 
husband's will 
II May 1724. 



A 



Thomas Monck of Kildare=j=Judith Mason, 



Street, Dublin ; Barrister- 
at- Law (Ireland) ; M.P. for 
Old Leighlin 1769-17 72; 
mentioned in his father's 
will 22 May 1750; died 
in 1772. 



dau. of Robert 
Mason of Mason- 
brook ; marr. 1 5 
October 1753 ; 
died 14 October 
1814. 



Henry Quin,= 
M.D.; died in 
Dublin, aged 
78, 1 1 Feb- 
ruary 1 791. 



=Ann, marr. after 
22 May 1750 ; 
died 4 Novem- 
ber 1788. Will 
proved 1789 

(Prerog : Court 
of Ireland). 



Other issue 
died young 



A\ 



Charles Stanley Monck, created Baron Monck of Bally-= 
trammon, co. Wexford, 23 November 1797, and Viscount 
Monck of Ballytrammon 5 January 1801 ; of Charleville, 
CO. Wicklow, and of Grange Gorman, co. Dublin; M.P. 
for Newborough, a/ias Gorey, 1790-97; died 9 June 1802. 
ist husband. 



=Anne Quin, dau.= 
of Henry Quin, 
M.D. of Dublin; 
marr. in 1784; 
died 20 Decem- 
ber 1823. 



=Sir John Craven 
Garden, baronet; 
died 21 Novem- 
ber 1820. 2nd 
husband. 



I 
Henry Stanley, 2nd Viscount Monck and ist Earl of=T= Frances Trench, 5th dau. of William 



Rathdowne (created 12 January 1822); born 26 July 
1785; died at Charleville, aged 63, 20 September 1848. 



A^^, 



pryiT^r^JZ^^ 



Power Keating, ist Earl of Clancarty ; 
born in October 1787; marr. at St. 
George's, Dublin, 28 July 1806 ; died 
at Charleville 22 November 1843. 



"5 



Joseph Kelly of Kellymount, co.=i=Elizabeth, bapt. ii June 16S4; marr. in June 1707; 



Kilkenny, esquire; died 21 May 
1 7 13. Will proved in 17 13 (Prerog: 
Court of Ireland). 



mentioned in her father's will 6 March 170I, and in 
will of her brother, George Monck, 8 July 1726; died 
20 February i74f. 



A 



HenryStanley, Sir Cornwallis Maude, Viscount Hawarden ; bapt.^ 

Monck, Lieu- 19 September 1729; succeeded his elder brother 

tenant 13th Thomas, Baron de Montalt, as baronet 17 May 1777; 

Regiment of M.P. for Roscommon 1783-85; created Baron de 

P'oot (1789). Montalt 25 June 1785, and Viscount Hawarden 10 

June 1791. He marr. istly 8 August 1756, Lostitia 

Vernon, and 2ndly 10 June 1766, Mary Allen. He 

died, aged 74, 23 August 1803. y^ 



=Anne Isabella, marr. 
3 June 1777 ; died at 
Gloucester Terrace, 
Regent's Park, Lon- 
don, aged 92, 26 July 
185 1. 3rd wife. 



Rev. Thomas Stan-=j=Jane Staples, dau. of the 



ley Monck, born in 
1762; died 4 March 
1842. 



/K 



Rev. Alexander Staples, 
Rector of Derrynoose, 
CO. Armagh ; marr. in 
December 1792 ; died 
14 October 1814. 



William Domville Monck,= 
born in 1763; M.P. for 
Coleraine 1790-97 and 
Newborough 1798; died 
in August 1840. 



^Elizabeth Penelope 
Mason, dau. of 
Colonel Henry Mark 
Mason, R. E. ; marr. 
in May 1796. 



A 



Charles Joseph Kelly Monck, 3rd Viscount Monck, and Baron= 
Monck of Ballytrammon, co. Wexford, in the Peerage of Ireland ; 
born 12 July 1791 ; educated at Rugby 1799; Lieutenant 43rd 
Regiment (Light Infantry) ; present at battles of Vittoria, Nive, 
Nivelle, Pyrennes and Toulouse (medal with five clasps) ; succeeded 
his brother, Henry Stanley Monck, 2nd Viscount Monck and Earl of 
Rathdowne, as 3rd Viscount Monck 20 September 1848; died at 
Merrion Square, Dublin, aged 57, 20 April, bur. at Templemore, 
CO. Tipperary, 24 April 1849. M.I. 




^Bridget Willington, dau. 
of John Willington of 
Killoskehane Castle, co. 
Tipperary, J. P. and D.L., 
by Bridget his 2nd wife, 
dau. of Theobald Butler 
of Knocka Castle, co. 
Tipperary; born in 1790; 
marr. 2 9November 1817; 
died, aged 53,22 January, 
bur. at Templemore 25 
January 1843. M.I. 



A\ 



{For issue see '■'■Visitation of Ireland" 
Vol. II., page gi.) 



2 sons, died Anne Florinda Monck, died Owen Blaney Cole,=Frances Isabella, died 
before 1822. 29 October 1876. died in 1886. 9 June 187 1. 



116 



William Monck of the Middle Temple,= 
London, esquire; bapt. 27 October 1692; 
mentioned in his father's will 6 March 
170I-; died 26 April 1763. Will (with 
four codicils) dated 17 June 1758, proved 
9 May 1763 and 9 February 1776 
(P.C.C. 242 Ccesar). 



=Dorothy Bligh, dau. of Thomas Bligh of Rathmore, 
CO. Meath, esquire, and sister of John, ist Earl of 
Darnley; marriage settlements dated 22 July 1729; 
executrix to her husband's will 9 May 1763 ; died at 
Cecil Street, London, 28 December 1775. Will 
dated 18 June 1770, proved 11 January 1776 
(P.C.C. 27 BeHas). 



John Monck of Cecil Street, London, and of Bath, co. Somerset ;= 
born in 1734; of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 18 June 
1754, aged 19, B.C.L. 1761 ; of the Middle Temple 1756, 
and of Lincoln's Inn, ad eundem, 1758; Master of the 
Ceremonies at Bath ; died at Bath 1 2 November, bur. in the 
church at Walcot, near Bath, 19 November 1809. MJ. in 
St. Mary's Church, Reading, co. Berks. Portrait by Atigelica 
Kauffman at Coley, Reading. Will dated 30 June 1808, with 
four codicils dated respectively 1 1 January, 6 October, and 26 
October (two) 1809, proved 11 December 1809, by John Berkeley 
Monck, son, power reserved, &c. (P.C.C. 888 Loveday). 



=Emilia Snee, dau. of Sarah 
Snee of Bloomsbury Square, 
London, widow ; marriage 
settlement dated 14 February 
1767; died 2 May, bur. at Wal- 
cot 6 May 1 795. Portrait by 

James at Coley, Reading. Will 
dated 19 February 1795, 
proved i June 1795, by John 
Berkeley Monck, son, resid- 
uary legatee and Exor (P. C. C. ) 



A\ 



(For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. II., page 134). 



Daniel James Webb.=Ann Wilhelmina, 
marr. in 1812. 



Thomas Maunsell= 
Wilson. 



=Isabella, marr. 6 September 
1815 ; died in 1830. 




Elizabeth Louisa 
Mary, born i March 
1 8 1 4 ; marr. at Charleville 
2 3 July 1844; died there, 
aged 78, 16 June, bur. 
in the family vault at 
Powerscourt 20 June 
1892. M.I. 



The Rt. Hon'''= Charles Stanley Monck, 4th Viscount Monck, Baron=i=Lady 
Monck of Ballytrammon in the Peerage of Ireland, and Baron Monck 
of the same place in the Peerage of the United Kingdom (so created 
12 July 1866), P.C., G.C.M.G. ; born at Templemore, co. Tipperary, 
10 October, bapt. there 16 October 1819; of Trinity College, Dublin; 
Barrister-at-Law 1841 ; M.P. for Portsmouth 1852-57 ; a Lord of the 
Treasury 1855-58, Governor-General of Canada 1861-67, Governor- 
General of British North America 1867-68; sworn a Privy Councillor 
1869; G.C.M.G. 1869, D.C.L., LL.D. ; one of the Lord Justices of 
Ireland 1873, Lord-Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum for co. Dublin 
1874-92; Commissioner of Church Temporalities in Ireland; died 
at Charleville, Enniskerry, co. Wick- 
low, aged 75, 29 November, bur. 
in the family vault in Powerscourt 
old churchyard, co. Wicklow, 3 
December 1894. M.I. /^ 

(For issue see " Visitation of Ireland," 
Vol. 11, page gi.) 



117 



Rebecca, mentioned' 
in her father's will 
1 6 March i7o|-. 
I St wife. 



=John Forster, Chief Justice of=Dorothy Evans, dau. of Other issue, 
the Court of Common Pleas, George Evans of Bui- died in 

Ireland ; marr. before 6 March gaden Hall, co. Limerick, infancy. 
170!^; died 3 July 1720. Will and sister to George, 
proved in 1720 (Prerog: Court of ist Baron Carbery. 
Ireland). 2nd wife. 



A 



H 



Anna Maria Monck, mentioned in her father's 
will 17 June 1758, and in her mother's will 
18 June 1770. 



Dorothy Monck, not 21, 17 June 1758, 
mentioned in her mother's will 18 June 
1770. 



William Barlow=Emily, marr. 7 Feb- 
Smythe of Bar- ruary 1837 ; died 
bavilla, co. 22 November 1837. 

Westmeath. 



Louisa Dorothea 
Monck, died 16 
May 1870. 



Edward Croker 
of Ballynagarde, 
CO. Limerick. 



=Georgiana Ellen, 
marr. 1 7 May 
1841 ; died 20 
March 1887. 



/N 



Caroline Letitia Monck, died, 
aged 67, I March 1890. 



Henrietta Margaret Monck, 
died 9 April 1899. 



Mary Monck, died 3 June 
1881. 



118 



Pedigree of Oliver. 



Oliver. 

[Vol. 2, p. 145.] 



Richard Oliver of Lea,= 
near Malmesbury, co. 
Wilts, yeoman. 



Thomas Oliver of Lea,= 
yeoman ; bapt. at Lea 
25 October 1619; men- 
tioned in will of his 
brother, Robert Oliver, 
12 October 1650; church- 
warden of Lea in 1666; 
executor to will of his 
sister Elizabeth, wife of 
Francis Hobbs, 28 July 
1685, and to will of his 
brother, Richard Oliver, 
I December 168 1 ; 
defendant in chancery 
suit with his sister-in-law, 
Susannah, wife of Richard 
Oliver, in 1685. 



=Mary, bur. at 
Lea I January 
i67f. 



Richard Oliver of BristoV 
linendraper, shipowner, mer- 
chant trading to Virginia, 
and owner of plantations 
beyond the seas; bapt. at Lea 
in August 1 621; burgess 
of Bristol 24 February 164^; 
sole executor to his brother, 
Robert Oliver, 23 May 1651 ; 
partner with his brother, 
Edward Oliver, in 1667, with 
whom he had chancery suit ; 
named as executor to his 
sister Elizabeth, wife of Francis 
Hobbs, 7 July 1679; died 
26 November 1681. Will 
dated 15 September 1676, 
proved i December 1681 
(P.C.C. 185 North). 



=pSusannah Hersent, 
sister of Samuel 
Hersent, and of 
Lydia, wife of John 
Gregory ; plaintiff 
in chancery suit 
with her children 
versus Thomas 
Oliver in 1685 ; 
marr. 2ndly James 
Motley (marriage 
allegation dated 6 
October 1685). 



A 



Elizabeth Oliver, 
bapt. at St. 
Nicholas', Bristol, 
28 January, and 
bur. there 24 
February i6sf. 



Edward Olivar of 
Bristol, mariner ; 
bapt. at St. 
Nicholas', Bristol, 
II June 1657 ; 
burgess of Bristol 
23 July 1684. 



Mary Oliver, bapt. at St. Nicholas', 
Bristol, 9 March i6f^ ; marr. 
probably at Antigua .... 
Cheshire ; mentioned in will of 
her uncle, Richard Oliver, 15 
September 1676, and in will of 
her brother, Robert Oliver, 6 
November 1705. 

I 



Elizabeth Oliver, born 
5 February, bapt. at 
St. Nicholas', Bristol, 
27 February 1665- ; 
mentioned in will of 
her uncle, Richard 
Oliver, 15 September 
1676; probably died 
young. 



119 



Elizabeth.=j= Robert Oliver of Bristol, haberdasher; bapt. at Lea, co. Wilts,=Sarah, survived 
I St wife. 27 January i62f; apprenticed 24 August 1638; burgess of her husband. 

Bristol 10 March 164^. Will dated 12 October 1650, proved 2nd wife. 

23 May 165 1 (P.C.C. 93 Grey). 



Elizabeth Oliver (only child), bapt. at St. Nicholas', Bristol, 
28 May 1647; aged 16 in 1663, then plaintiff in chancery 
suit versus her uncle, Richard OUver. 



Edward Oliver of the parish of St. Nicholas',= 
Bristol, linendraper and mercer; apprenticed 
to Richard Oliver of Bristol, mercer, 21 March 
i64f ; mentioned in will of his brother, Robert 
OHver, 12 October 1650; burgess of Bristol 
4 September 1651; partner with his brother, 
Richard Oliver, in 1667, plaintiff 1672, versus 
him in chancery suit; bur. at Lea 31 August 
1675. Will dated 30 May, proved 4 December 
1675 (P.C.C. 129 Dycer). 



^Elizabeth, e.xecutrix 
to her husband's 
will 4 December 

1675- 



Elizabeth, marr. Francis 
Hobbs of Lea. Will 
dated 2 1 November 
1662, proved in 1663 
(P.C.C. 6iJuxon). Her 
will dated at Bristol 
7 Julv 1679, proved 
28 July 1685 (P.C.C. 
88 Cann). 



Anne Gale, marr.= 
at the Gaunts (or 
Mayor's Chapel), 
in the parish of 
St. Augustine's, 
Bristol, 27 July 
1682 ; living 31 
October 1684; 
died s.p. before 
I October 1688. 
ist wife. 



=Margaret, bur.= 
at St. John's, 
Antigua, 16 
August 1701 ; 
mentioned in 
will of John 
Light in 1695. 
2nd wife. 



=Colonel Richard Oliver of Bristol, and= 
later of the Island of Antigua, in the 
West Indies, merchant and planter ; 
bapt. at St. Nicholas', Bristol, 14 August 
1 664 ; apprenticed to Andrew Gale, 
soap-boiler, 29 April 1679; burgess of 
Bristol 4 September 1682 ; first land 
grant at Antigua was dated 1 5 November 
1693; executor to will of his brother, 
Robert Oliver, in 1705; Member of 
the General Assembly, Antigua, 1702, 
Speaker, J. P. 1704 and 1706, Member 
of Council 1 708 ; Captain of Militia 
1704, Major 1708, Colonel 17 15; bur. 
at St. John's, Antigua, 29 May 17 16. 
Will dated 3 December 17 14, sworn 
22 June 1 7 16, recorded at Antigua. 




aji/ OCu^^ 



=Sarah, marr. 2ndly 
at St. John's, 
Antigua, 6 Au- 
gust 1720, William 
Woodeson, sur- 
geon ; he was bur. 
there 16 Novem- 
ber 1723 ; she 
was bur. there 26 
December 1726. 
3rd wife. 




Jane Oliver, bapt. at St. John's, 
Antigua, 4 May 1689, and bur. 
there 15 May 1690. 



Elizabeth, bapt. at St. John's, Antigua, in 1690, and marr. 
there in 171 1, Thomas Turner; mentioned in ■will of her 
uncle, Robert Oliver, 6 November 1705, and in her father's 
will 3 December 17 14. t= 



Robert Oliver of the Island of Antigua, in the= 
West Indies, esquire ; bapt. at St. Nicholas', 
Bristol, 22 May 1665 ; merchant, planter and 
coroner of Antigua ; mentioned in will of his 
uncle, Richard Oliver, 15 September 1676; 
marr. at St. John's, Antigua, 30 September 
1691 ; bur. at St. John's, Antigua, 16 November 
1705. Will dated 6 November 1705, recorded 
at Antigua. He settled his estates on his 
nephew, Robert Oliver. 



=Frances, widow of 
Thomas Dipford of 
Antigua; marr. 3rdly 
atSt. John's, Antigua, 
8 January 1 70^, Cap- 
tain James Duncan, 
mariner. She was 
bur. at St. John's, 
Antigua, 16 No- 
vember 1726. 



Ann Oliver (only child), bapt. 
at St. John's, Antigua, in 1693; 
died before November 1705. 



Joan, marr. at St. John's 
Antigua, 25 June 1702, 
James Porter, esquire ; 
Captain of Militia in 
1698; J.P., Member of 
Assembly and Surveyor- 
General 1704; living in 
1716 ; mentioned in will 
of her uncle, Richard 
Oliver, 15 September 
1676, and in will of her 
brother, Robert Oliver, 
6 November 1705. 



Anne Oliver, bapt. 11 November 
1706; bur. at St. John's, Antigua, 
15 February 170^. 



Thomas Oliver, bapt. at St. John's, Antigua, 13 February 
170^; mentioned in will of his half-brother, Richard 
Oliver, 17 September 1761. 



Richard Oliver of Antigua, and afterwards of the Great House, Leyton,= 
CO. Essex, esquire, and of London, West India merchant ; named sole 
heir in 1695 to will of John Light, late of Antigua, then of Liverpool, 
gent; Member of Assembly, Antigua, 1721-38, Member of Council 
1739; Major of Militia 1723 ; died at Leyton, aged 69, 10 June, bur. 
at Greenwich, co. Kent, 17 June 1763. Will dated 17 September 1761, 
proved 28 June 1763 (P.C.C. 298 Casar). 




=Mary Langford, dau. 
of Jonas Langford 
of Antigua, planter, 
Member of Society 
of Friends ; marr. at 
St. John's, Antigua, 
9 May 1 7 24 ; of Queen 
Square, London; died 
at Bath, co. Somerset, 
aged 66, 7 July, bur. 
at Greenwich 12 July 
1773- 



Richard Langford 
Oliver, bapt. at 
St. John's, Antigua, 
7 October 1729. 



Thomas Oliver of Mark Lane, London, and of= 
Leyton, co. Essex ; West India merchant (only 
surviving son and heir) ; born 24 November 1740, 
bapt. at St. John's, Antigua, 12 March i74y; 
executor to his father's will 28 June 1763, and to 
will of his sister Mary, wife of Richard Oliver, 
14 November 1788 ; died at Leyton on Saturday, 
29 January, bur. at Greenwich 5 February 1803. 
Will dated 8 June 1797, with two codicils dated 
respectively 11 November and 18 November 1801, 
proved 5 February 1803 (P.C.C. 132 Marriott). 





Signature to marriage settlements dated 13 July 1786. 



=Isabella Langford, dau. 
and coheir of Jonas 
Langford of Antigua, 
and of Theobalds, co. 
Hertford, esquire, ist 
cousin to her husband ; 
born 12 June, bapt. at 
St. John's, Antigua, 
5 July 1741 ; of Wig- 
more Street, Cavendish 
Square, London ; bur. 
at Greenwich 24 July 
18 1 3. Will dated 12 
April 18 1 3, proved 
28 July 1813 (P.C.C. 
376 Heathfield). 



Samuel Oliver, bapt. at=j=Elizabeth, 



St. John's, in the Island 
of Antigua, in the West 
Indies, 1 1 July 1711 ; 
Captain in the West 
India trade ; died before 
14 November 1759. 



living in 
Dublin 17 
September 
1761. 



A\ 



John Watkins of Antigua,= 
esquire, registrar, Judge 
of the Court in Common 
Pleas, Master and Ex- 
aminer in Chancery; born 
in 1712; mcnlioned in will 
of Richard Oliver 17 Sep- 
tember 1 761. Will dated 
23 April 1760, sworn at 
Antigua 5 August 1762, 
recorded there. 



=Anne, bapt at St. John's, 
Antigua, 1 1 July 1 7 1 1 ; 
marr. there 30 January 
1741 ; mentioned in will of 
her father 3 December 
1 7 14, in will of her half- 
brother, Richard Oliver, 17 
September 1761, and in will 
of her sister Frances, wife 
of Bayer Otto-Bayer, 17 
August 1765. 



Robert Oliver of Antigua, and afterwards of Dorchester, Massachusetts,=i=Anne Brown, dau. 



America; named sole heir in will of his uncle, Robert Oliver, 6 November 
1705; Member of Assembly, Antigua, 1725 ; Colonel of Militia 1738; 
mentioned in will of his brother, Richard Oliver, 17 September 1761 ; 
died at Dorchester, aged 62, 16 December 1762. Will dated 3 August 
1 761, recorded at Boston, America. 



of James Brown of 
Antigua ; marr. at 
St. John's, Antigua, 
3 February 1 72^; died 
before 3 August 1761. 



Elizabeth Oliver, 
bapt. at St. John's, 
Antigua, in July 
1725 ; bur. at 
Greenwich, co. 
Kent, 23 July 
1752- 



Mary, of Welbeck Street,= 
Marylebone, London ; marr. 
at Leyton, co. Essex, 
2 February 1758 (marriage 
settlements dated 29 June 
1757) ; bur. at Greenwich 
10 November 1788. Will 
dated 9 July 1784, with 
codicil dated 8 May 1788, 
proved 14 November 1788 
(P.C.C. 353 Caiveri). 



=Richard Oliver of Fenchurch Street, London ; 
West India merchant ; bapt. at St. John's, 
Antigua, 7 January 173I ; Alderman of 
London ; General of the Hon. Artillery 
Company; M.P. for the City of London 
II July 1770 and 18 October 1774; died 
s.p. on passage home from Nevis 16 April 
1784. Will dated 6 April 1779, proved 29 
October 1784 (P.C.C. 565 Rockingha7ti). 
(See "Dictionary of National Biography" 
Vol. XLII., page 149). 



(/^^y 



') 



i^uev — ) /ioy/u) (y^tx^^rt^ 



Mary Oliver, Richard Oliver of Bath, esquire ; bom= 

bapt. at Ley- 19 February 1761, bapt. at Leyton 25 March 

ton 1 7 August 1762; Fellow Commoner of Clare College, 

1760. Cambridge, 18 December 1780, B.A. 1784, 

M.A. 1788; executor to his father's will 

5 February 1803 ; died s.p. at Bath, aged 59, 

9 February, bur. at Greenwich 20 February 

1821. Will dated 6 March 1817, with codicil 

dated 30 May 1820, proved 16 February 1821 

(P.C.C. 99 Mansfield). 

Signature to marriage settlements dated 13 July 1786. 

122 




=Maria Brassey, dau. of Nathaniel 
Brassey of Lombard Street, 
London, and of Roxford, co. 
Hertford, banker ; marr. at 
St. James', Piccadilly, London, 
12 June 1799 ; marr. 2ndly 
7 April 1825, Colonel John 
Gordon of Wincombe Park, 
CO. Wilts ; executrix to will and 
sole heiress to the estates of her 
ist husband, Richard Oliver, 
16 February 182 1 ; died, aged 
74, 5 May 1852, bur. at Don- 
head St. Mary, co. Wilts. M.I. 
Will dated 9 January 1852, 
proved 24 May 1852 (P.C.C.) 



William Smith, esquire ;= 
executor to will of his 
brother, Wavell Smith, 
esquire, in 1756; men- 
tioned in will of Richard 
Oliver 17 September 
1761. 



A 



=Mary, bapt. at St. John's, 
Antigua, West Indies, 1 1 
July 1 7 1 1 ; mentioned in 
her father's will 3 De- 
cember 1714; marr. at 
St. John's, Antigua, 17 
August 1727; died before 
17 September 1761. 



Frances, mentioned in her father's will 
3 December 1714; marr. istlyat St. John's, 
Antigua, 7 November 1720, Bayer Otto- 
Bayer, esquire, who died in 1737, and 
2ndly John Murray, who was mentioned 
in will of Richard Oliver 17 September 
1761 ; she was mentioned in will of her 
half-brother, Richard Oliver, 1 7 September 
1761 ; of Wimpole Street, London, in 1780. 
Her will dated 17 August 1765, proved 
3 July 1782 (P.C.C. 369 Gostling). 



k 



Rowland Oliver of Antigua, esquire; born in 1703; Puisne Judge i75o,=j=Sarah, bur. at 



Member of Council 1753 ; Colonel of Militia ; went to England in 1765 ; died, 
aged 64, 16 July, bur. at St. Michael's, Bath, co. Somerset, 24 July 1767. 
M.I. Will dated 14 November 1759, sworn in Antigua 26 February 1768. 



t/Z (tvji (yh.yU^yr-^ 



St. John's, An- 
tigua, 9 No- 
vember 1758. 



Rowland Oliver, bapt. at St. John's, 
Antigua, in 1731, and bur. there 
13 January 1734. 



Rowland Oliver, bapt. at St. John's, Antigua, 
6 December 1737; bur. at St. George's, 
Antigua, 25 November 1742. 



Thomas Oliver, Lieutenant-Governor of Massachusetts ; born= 
5 January i73f ; succeeded to the estates of his grandfather, 
James Brown; graduate of Harvard 1753; Lieutenant-Governor 
March 1774; retired to Halifax with the British forces, then to 
England ; died at Bristol, co. Gloucester, aged 83, 29 November 
1815. M.I. at St. Paul's, Bristol. {See " Dictionary of National 
Biography," Vol. XLII., page iji). 



^Elizabeth Vassall, 
dau. of Colonel 
John Vassall ; 
marr. in 1760. 
ist wife. 



Other 
issue. 



A 



John Hanson of=j=Mary Isabella, bapt. at Leyton, co. Essex, 28 May 1765 ; marr. at 



Great Bromley, 
CO. Essex, esquire; 
died, aged 80, 22 
November 1839. 



St. Michael's, Crooked Lane, London, 29 January 1784 (marriage settle- 
ments dated 13 July 1786); died, aged 63, 12 September, bur. at Chigwell, 
CO. Essex, 23 September 1826. 



^o^ 



rtX 



Signature to marriage settlements dated 13 July 1786. 



123 



Thomas Oliver of lo Devonshire 
Place, London, esquire ; born 20 
June, bapt. at Leyton, co. Essex, 
12 July 1764; died, aged 77, 
17 May, bur. at Greenwich, co. 
Kent, 26 May 1842. Will dated 
2 September 1835, proved 14 
June 1842, by Thomas Oliver, 
the son, one of the Exors. Power 
reserved to Frances Oliver, the 
rehct (P.C.C.) 



ty^.'^^'^ /^y^r'^j^^ 



Signature to his will dated 
2 September 1835. 



A 



=Frances Brooke, 2nd dau. of Peter Brooke Margaret Oliver 
of Mere Hall, co. Chester, esquire, by bapt. at Leyton 
Elizabeth his wife, eldest dau. and coheir of 3 June 1767; 
Jonas Langford of Antigua, West Indies, bur. at Green- 
and of Theobalds, co. Hertford, esquire ; wich 6 June 
born 15 December 1760; marr. at Ros- 1767. 
terne,co. Chester, 21 December 1786; died, 
aged 85, 9 February, bur. at Greenwich 
16 February 1846. Will dated 30 August 
1842, proved 21 April 1846, by Thomas 
Oliver, the son, the sole Exor (P.C.C.) 



% 



>?^z<fz Cfi^ 



^^. 



iA€yr- 



Signature to her will dated 30 August 1S42. 



(For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. II., page I4S-) 



James Langford Oliver 
of Wigmore Street, 
London ; bapt. at 
Leyton 6 May 1 768 ; 
executor to his father's 
will 5 February 1803, 
and to his mother's 
will 20 July 1 8 13; 
died, aged 57, bur. at 
Chigwell, CO. Essex, 
in the Hanson vault, 
19 November 1825. 
Will dated 29 April 
1817, proved (P.C.C.) 



John Pardoe,: 
junior, of Ley- 
ton, M.P. for 
Camelford 1 1 
Sept. 1780, 
Plympton Earl 
16 Aug. 1784, 
and West Looe 
21 June 1790 ; 
died, aged 39, 
27 April 1797, 
bur. at Leyton. 
M.L 



=Jane, bapt. at Leyton 
7 September 1769; 
marr. at her father's 
house at Leyton 
23 February 1786 
(marriage settlements 
dated 1 7 February 
1786, she then aged 
17); died at Bedford 
Row, London, aged 
26, 20 April I 796. 



Rev. Thomas= 
Henry Coles, 
D.D., Vicar of 
Honington,co. 
Lincoln ; died, 
aged 86, bur. at 
Honington 30 
October 1867. 




=Harriet Brooke, 
bapt. at Leyton 
6 June 1782 ; 
marr. at Knares- 
borough, CO. 
York, 14 Sep- 
tember 1805 ; 
died, aged 75, 
bur. at Honing- 
ton 9 March 
1858. 



/K 



(Z/^£^ ^/X^^^?^^ 



Signature to marriage settlements dated 17 February 1786. 



124 



Pedigree of Stucley. 



Stucley. 

[Vol. 2, p. 148.] 



Richard Stucley of Trent, = 
CO. Somerset, living 14 14, 
as appears by several inqui- 
sitions taken after the death 
of Elizabeth his wife. 2nd 
husband. 



'Elizabeth, dau. and heir of John, Lord Fitz^John Bonvile, son 
Roger, of Chewton, co. Somerset and cousin of William Bonvile, 
and heir of Thomas Fitz Roger of Chewton ; Chevalier; ob: ante 
died 10 April 14 14 as appears by six inquisi- 1409. ist husband, 
tions taken after her death, 2 Henry V. 



Roger Stucley, son^ 
and heir of his 
mother in virtue 
of a certain fine 
II Henry IV., as 
appears by inqui- 
sition on the 
death of his mother 
taken at Chichester 
2 Henry V. (1414), 
then aged 16 years 
and upwards. 



Thomasine, eldest dau. of= 
John Kokeworthy of Yarnes- 
combe, co. Devon, and 
widow of Robert Chudleigh; 
died 29 November 17 
Edward IV. (1477). Inq. 
p. m. 12 October, 18 
Edward IV. (1478). istwife. 



Hugh Stucley, = 
died ante 13 
February 1466. 
I St husband. 



=Katherine, dau. and sole heir= 
of John Affeton of Affeton 
and part inheritrix of Sir 
Roger Manningford of co. 
Dorset ; died 26 March 
7 Edward IV. (1467). Inq. 
p. m. 30 May and 8 October 
7 Edward IV. Will dated 
13 February 1466, proved i 
September 1467 (32 Godyn). 



=Sir William Bourchier 
de Fitzwaren, knight; 
living 1466 and 1467. 



=Nicholas Stucley of Trent ,•= 
found heir to his mother 
in 1467, then aged 16 years 
and upwards. 



=Anne, dau. of Edward Pomery and 
relict of Thomas Butside ; married 
Nicholas Stucley after the death of 
Thomasine, as appears to the 
inquisition for proof of age of 
Thomas Stucley, 12 Henry VII. 
2nd wife. 



William Stucley, son of Nicholas Stucley, by 
Ann his wife, dau. of Edward Pomery, as appears 
by inquisition for proof of age of Thomas, 
her half brother then (1497) aged 17 years. 



Sir Thomas Stucley of Affeton, knight ; found heir of his= 
mother in 1478, then aged 4 years and upwards; inquisition 
for proof of age taken at South Molton, co. Devon, 
30 January, 12 Henry VII. (1497) by which it was found 
he was born at Affeton, and bapt. in parish church there 
24 June, 15 Edward IV. (1475); died 30 January 1542; inq. 
p. m. taken at Exeter 11 October, 34 Henry VIII., by which 
it was found he was seized of the Manors of Affeton and 
West Worlington and by Inquisition taken at Bridgewater, 
CO. Somerset, 20 September, 34 Henry VIII. (1542) by 
which it appears that certain persons were seized of Manor 
of Trent, co. Somerset, and suffered a Recovery of same 
Michaelmas Term, 4 Henry VIII. (1512) to the use of the 
said Thomas Stucley (then esquire) and Anne his wife. 



^Elizabeth, dau. 
and sole heir 
of Sir Thomas 
Wood of Clyffe, 
CO. Devon, 

knight, Chief 
Justice of the 
Common Pleas. 



Margaret Stuc- 
ley, born about 
I49S- 



Joan,bornabout 
1476, married 
Philip Baynard 
about 1495. 



125 



Sir Hugh Stucley of Affeton, knight; found heir of his father in 1542,= 
then aged 46 years; died 6 January 1559. Inq. p. m. taken at Exeter 
24 April, 2 Elizabeth (1559), by which it was found that he was seized 
of the Manors of Affeton and West Worhngton and did by Indre, 
2 October, 3 Henry VHI. (151 1), give the same to certain persons for 
use of himself and Joan his wife, with remainder to the heirs of his 
body by the said Joan. 



=Joan, 2nd dau. 
of Sir Lewis 
Pollard of Great 
Grilleston in co. 
Devon, knight ; 
living 151 1 ;died 
before 1559. 



Other 
Issue. 



Lewis Stucley of Affeton, mentioned in an Indenture, dated 31 August, 27 Henry VHL Other 
(1535)) as son and heir apparent of Hugh Stucley, which Indenture is recited in the Issue. 
Inq. p. m. taken on death of his grandfather, Sir Thomas Stucley, in 1542; found 
heir of his father in 1559, then aged 30 years and upwards ; died i December 1580. 
Inq. p. m. 23 Elizabeth, by which it was found that he was seized of the Manor of 
Affeton and West Worlington. =j= 

I 
John Stucley of Affeton, son and heir, as appears by Inquisition=j=Frances, and dau. of 

"Sir John St. Leger of 

Aunery, co. Devon, 

esquire, by Catherine 

his wife, dau. of 

George Neville, Lord 

Abergavenny. 



taken on his father's death in 1580, then aged 30 years and 
upwards; died 15 January 1610. Inq. p. m. taken at Exeter 19 
April, 8 Jac. (i6io), by which it was found that he was seized of 
the Manors of Affeton and West Worlington. 



Sir Lewis Stucley of Affeton, knight, son and heir ;= 
aged 30 years and upwards at time of his father's death ; 
knighted 23 July 1603, buried at West Worlington 
30 May 1620. 



= Frances, eldest dau. of Anthony Monk 
of Powderidge, co. Devon ; living a 
widow 9 March 1620, as appears by 
the Funeral Certificate of her Father, 
I. 19, 136b. 



John Stucley of Affeton, living 16 10, as appears by Inquisition taken on death of his Other 
grandfather; died 31 January 1637. Inq. p. m. taken at Okehampton 31 May, Issue. 
13 Car. (1637), by which it was found he was seized of the Manor of Affeton and West 
Worlington. =i= 

? 



Sir Thomas Stucley of Affeton, knight, aged 17 years,= 
5 months and 7 days at time of his father's death ; knighted 
about 1639; died 20 and buried 23 September 1663, at 
West Worlington. M.I. Nuncupative will dated 20 
September 1663, adrSon granted to Elizabeth, his relict, 
13 October following {122 _/uxon). 

{Norf. X. 177.) 



^Elizabeth, remarried 29 October 
1677 to John Dodderidge, living 
1682 as appears by a suit in 
chancery " Stucley v. Dodderidge." 



Thomas Stucley, John Stucley, Honor, living Mary, wife of Frances, wife Mary,living 



living 1663, died living 1663, 
before 1682, s.p. died before 
1682, s.p. 



unmarriedi682. ThomasColley of Anthony unmarried 
1682. Gregoryi682. 1682. 



126 



Lewis Stucley of Bideford and Affeton,= 
both CO. Devon, matriculated at Wadham 
College, Oxford, 19 May 1637, then ast: 
15, bur. in chancel of West Worlington 
21 July 1687. Will dated 4 February 
1681, proved at Exeter 10 August 1687. 

{Norf. X. 177. Barts. VI. 157.) 



'Susanna, dau. and coheir of Robert Dennis of Bide- 
ford, merchant ; married at Abbotsham, co. Devon, 
6 January 1672 ; buried in chancel of West 
Worlington 12 January 1692. Will dated 3 March 
1689, proved 3 September 1692, admon (will 
annexed) granted to her dau. Sarah, wife of George 
Buck, 21 August 1697 (175 Fane). 



Dennis Stucley of Affeton Thomas Stucley, = 
and Bideford, eldest son ob : ante 10 
1689; died unmarried and September 1742. 
was buried at West Worling- 
ton 27 January 1741. ist 
admon 10 September 1742, 
to George Buck, husband of 
his sister Sarah ; 2nd adiSon 
II February 1744 to John 
Buck his nephew, and 3rd 
admon 2 July 1745 to 
executor of said John Buck. 



=SarahMiddleton, 
married at Bide- 
ford 24 June 
1703. 



Lewis Stucley of Middle 
Temple, London, Barrister- 
at-Law and Master of the 
Bench of the Society 
of Middle Temple, 
youngest son 1689 ; died 
18 July 1748, aged 64, 
M.L at Bideford. Will 
dated 19 August 1747, 
proved 22 August 1748 
(253 Strahan). 



Dennis Stucley of Bideford and Affeton, with his sister Susanna, his uncle 
Lewis Stucley, and his aunt Sarah Buck, was only next of kin to his uncle 
Dennis Stucley in 1742; died unmarried 29 December 1755, aged 52. M.L 
at Bideford. Adiiion in C.P.C. 29 January 1756. 



Susanna, living 
unmarried 1742, 
buried at West 
Worlington 16 
October 1742. 



127 



I 

George Buck of Bideford, merchant, and 7 times=i=Sarah, only dau., so described in her 
Mayor of that Town, J. P. for Devon; died I mother's will in 1689 ; administratrix to her 



3 November 1743, aged 71, buried at Bideford 
8th of same month. M.I. Will dated 7 April 1 743, 
proved 21 November following in C.P.C. 



mother's effects in 1697 ; died 4 and 
buried at Bideford 9 February 1742, aet: 66. 
M.I. 



Hartwell Buck, 
eldest son 1743; 
bom 5 April 
1698 ; died 14 
April 1 753, aged 
55. M.I. at 
Bideford. 



Judith, only child of= 
William Pawley of 
Bideford, merchant; 
bom 25 February 
171^ ; married 19 
September 1729 ; 
died 5 October 1 739, 
set: 28. M.I. at 
Bideford. ist wife. 



=John Buck of Bideford, merchant, ==Grace, only child 



youngest son 1743; born 30 De- 
cember 1703; 3 times Mayor of 
that Town and M.P. for Taunton, 
CO. Somerset, 1 745 ; died 3 April 
1745, aged 41, buried at Bideford 
13 April 1745. M.I. Will dated 
I November 1744, 2nd codicil dated 
I April 1 745, proved 7 May following 
(131 Seymour). 



of Roger Mel- 
huish. 2nd wife. 



George Buck of Affeton and Daddon, co. Devon,= 
and J.P. for that county, born 7 July 1731 ; suc- 
ceeded to the Affeton estates on the death of his 
cousin Dennis Stucley (who died unmarried in 
1755) ; died 26 January', aged 63, bur. at Bideford 
5 February 1794. Will dated 25 January 1792, 
proved March 1794 (C.P.C.) 



=Ann Orchard, dau. of Paul Orchard of 
Hartland Abbey, by Rebecca Smith his 
wife ; born at Hartland 7 December, bapt. 
there 26 December 1729 ; married at Hart- 
land 6 May 1754, ante nuptial bond dated 
30 April 1754; died at Bideford 11 
February 1820, aged 90, buried there the 
same day. 



A\ 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. JL, page 148. 



I. I 

Lewis Buck, bom May 1701 ; ob: Another 

s.p. 12 October 1733 at Bideford, ob: v.p. 
ob: v.p. 



son, George, bom April 17 18, ob: 2 Novem- 
ber 1 7 19, buried at Bideford. M.I. 



128 



Grant of Arms to George Buck, 1780. Stucley. 

[Vol. 2, p. 14S.] 

To All and Singular to whom these Presents shall come Ralph Bigland 
Esquire, Garter Principal King of Arms, and Isaac Heard Esquire, Clarenceux 
King of Arms of the South East and West Parts of England from the River 
Trent Southwards send Greeting. Whereas George Buck of Afton and of 
Daddon in the County of Devon Esquire Son and Heir of John Buck Esquire 
third son of George Buck of Bideford Esquire, by Sarah his Wife, Daughter 
and at length Heir of Lewis Stucley of Afton Esquire, by Susanna the Daughter 
and Coheir of Robert Dennis of Bideford aforesaid Merchant hath represented 
unto the Right Honourable Thomas Earl of Effingham, Deputy with the Royal 
Approbation to the Most Noble Charles Duke of Norfolk, Earl Marshal and 
hereditary Marshal of England that his Ancestor John Buck esquire came from 
Ireland during the Civil Wars with Lord Shannon to whom he was nearly 
related, and settled in the County of Devon where his Family hath remained 
to this time bearing for Armorial Ensigns Per Fess embattled three Bucks 
Attires fixed to the Scalps and for Crest a Bucks Attire fixed to the Scalp, 
which not having been duly registered in the College of Arms he requested 
his Lordship's Warrant for our exemplifying and conforming the same together 
with those of Dennis of Bideford (which Family he apprehends to have been a 
Branch of Dennis of Orleigh) in Memory of his Great Grandmother Susanna 
Dennis aforesaid to be borne by the Descendants of his Grandfather George 
Buck and Sarah his Wife Daughter of the said Susanna and Lewis Stuckley 
according to the Laws of Arms, And forasmuch as his Lordship did by Warrant 
under his Hand and Seal bearing date the ninth day of July last, authorize and 
direct Us to exemplify and confirm the Arms of Buck and Dennis according 
to the Laws of Arms. Know ye therefore that We the said Garter and 
Clarenceux in pursuance of the Consent of the said Earl of Effingham and by 
Virtue of the Letters Patent of our several Offices to each of Us respectively 
granted under the Great Seal of Great Britain do by these Presents exemplify 
and confirm to the said George Buck the Arms following, that is to say 
Quarterly First Per fess embattled argent and sable three Bucks attires each 
fixed to the scalp counterchanged for Buck, second the Coat of Stucley of 
Afton in the County of Devon, Third Per Pale Azure and Gules three Battle 
Axes Or for Dennis, Fourth the Coat of Pawley of Gunwin in the County of 
Cornwall, and for Crest on a Wreath of the Colours Between a Bucks Attire 
as in the Arms Sable a Lion rampant Or, the sinister Paw holding a Battle Axe 
resting on the Shoulder proper as the same are in the margin hereof more 
plainly depicted to be borne and used for ever hereafter by him the said George 
Buck and his Descendants and by the Descendants of his said Grandfather 
George Buck with due and proper differences according to the Laws of Arms 
without the Let or Interruption of any Person or Persons whatsoever. In 
Witness whereof We the said Garter and Clarenceux Kings of Arms have to 
these Presents subscribed our Names and affixed the Seals of our several Offices 
this twelfth day of August in the twentieth Year of the Reign of Our Sovereign 
Lord George the Third by the Grace of God King of Great Britain France 
and Ireland Defender of the Faith &c. and in the year of our Lord one 
thousand seven hundred and eighty. 

Ralph Bigland, Garter, Isaac Heard, Clarenceux 

Principal King of Arms. King of Arms. 

129 



Stucley. 

[Vol. 2, p. 148.] 



Grant of Arms to George Stucley Stucley, 18^8. 




To All and Singular to whom these Presents 
shall come Sir Charles George Young, Knight, 
Garter Principal King of Arms and James Pulman 
Esquire, Clarenceux King of Arms of the South 
East and West parts of England from the River 
Trent southwards send Greeting. Whereas Her 
Majesty by \V'arrant under Her Royal Signet and 
Sign Manual bearing date the twenty seventh day 
of July last signified unto the most noble Henry 
Granville Duke of Norfolk, Earl Marshal and 
Hereditary Marshal of England that She had been 
graciously pleased to give and grant unto George 
Stucley Buck of Hartland Abbey and of Affton 
Castle both in the County of Devon Esquire, 
sometime Representative in Parliament for the 
WW i \ \ Borough of Barnstaple, only son of Lewis William 

■^w^^^ L% J Buck of Affton aforesaid Esquire, sometime 

^ ^"^ -^ Representative in Parliament for the Northern 

Division of the County of Devon, deceased, Her 
Royal Licence and Authority that he and his issue 
may take and use the surname of Stucley only, 
and also bear the Arms of Stucley quarterly with 
his and their own paternal arms, such arms being first duly exemplified according 
to the Laws of Arms and recorded in the Heralds' Office, otherwise the said 
Royal Licence to be void and of none effect. And forasmuch as the said Earl 
Marshal did by \Varrant under his hand and seal bearing date the sixth day of 
August instant authorize and direct Us to exemplify such arms accordingly, 
Know ye therefore that we the said Garter and Clarenceux in obedience to the 
Royal Command in pursuance of His Grace's Warrant and by %'irtue of the 
Letters Patent of our several offices to each of us respectively granted do by 
these Presents exemplify unto the said George Stucley Buck, now George 
Stucley Stucley, the arms following, that is to say Quarterly first and fourth 
Stucley viz' azure three Pears Or, second and third Buck and the crest of 
Buck (the Arms of Stucley being set forth without any Crest there not appearing 
to be any recorded with the Pedigree of that family entered in the Visitation 
of the County of Devon made in the year 1620), as the same are in the margin 
hereof more plainly depicted to be borne and used for ever hereafter by him 
the said George Stucley Stucley and his issue pursuant to the tenor of the said 
Royal Warrant and according to the Laws of Arms. In witness whereof we 
the said Garter and Clarenceux Kings of Arms have to these Presents subscribed 
our names and affixed the Seals of our several offices this thirteenth day of 
August in the Twenty second year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lady Victoria 
by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, 
Queen Defender of the Faith &;c. and in the Year of our Lord one Thousand 
eight Hundred and fifty eight. 



Chas: Geo: Young, Garter. 



J: PuLM.\N, Clarenceux. 



130 



Pedigree of Pilkington. 

Thomas Pilkington of Bradley, in Huddersfield,=i=Barbara Reresby, dau. of Lionel Reresby of 



CO. York, bow-bearer to Queen Elizabeth. 
Will dated 15 June 1565, proved at York 
I November 1566 (Vol. 17, fo. 597). 



Thribergh, near Rotherham, co. York ; 
executrix to her husband's will i November 
1566; marr. zndly Robert Savile. 



Frances Rodes,=f=Thomas Pilkington of Stanley, co. York ;=j=Grace Beaumont, dau. of Edward 

dau. of Francis 

Rodes of Barl- 

borough, CO. 

Derby, esquire. 

Judge of the 

Common Pleas. 

ist wife. 



not 21, 15 June 1565; died 14 September 
161 1 (Inq. p. m. 24 October, <) Jac. I.) 
Will dated 7 September 161 1. Adminis- 
tration granted at York 23 December 161 1 
(Vol. 31, fo. 742). 



Beaumont of Whitley Beaumont, 
CO. York, esquire ; bapt. at 
Almondbury, co. York, 15 Sep- 
tember 1572; marr. at Hudders- 
field 10 June 1600. 2nd wife. 



Richard Pilkington of Daw Green,=Mary Burdet, dau. of George Burdet 
CO. York ; bapt. at Horbury, co. of Denby, co. York ; marr. 2ndly 
York, loMay 1601; mentioned in Sir Thomas Beaumont of Whitley 
his father's will 7 September 161 1. Beaumont, knight; died 8 November 

1682, bur. at Woolley, co. York. 



Milborne- 

Swinnerton- 

Pilkington. 

[Vol. 2, p. 173.] 



Sir Arthur Pilkington= 
of Nether Bradley 
and Stanley, co. York, 
knight and baronet ; 
born in July 1590 ; 
administrator to his 
father's will 23 Decem- 
ber 1611 ; created a 
baronet 29 June 1635 ; 
bur. at St. Mary's 
Castlegate, York, 5 
September 1650. 



=Ellen Lyon, Sir Ferdinando Leigh of Middleton, co.=Mary, mar- 
daughter of York, knight; not 21, 7 September 161 1 ; riage licence 
Henry Lyon marr. istly Margery, dau. of William at York 1609; 
of Roxby, Cartwright ; 3rdly Elizabeth, dau. of mentioned in 
CO. Lincoln, Robert Tirwhit ; and 4thly Anne, dau. her father's 
esquire;bur. of Edmund Clough ; knighted at York will 7 Sep- 
at Wake- 12 April 161 7; Deputy-Governor of the tember 16 11. 
field, CO. Isle of Man 1625 ; Gentleman of the 2nd wife. 
York, 5 Feb- King's Chamber ; Colonel of Horse in 
ruary 164^. the Royalist Army; died 19 January 165!, 
bur. at Pontefract, co. York. {See 
'■'■Dictionary of National Biography^' 
Vol. XXXII., page 434.) 



. . . Newton,= 
dau. of Sir 
Thomas New- 
ton. I St wife. 



=Sir Lyon Pilkington of= 
Nether Bradley and 
Stanley, baronet ; bapt. 
at Wakefield r4 Novem- 
ber 1613 ; admitted to 
Gray's Inn 2 March 
163^; aged 26, 26 June 
1639; bur. at St. John's, 
Hackney, co. Middlesex, 
5 November 1684. 



=Jane Onslow,= 
marriage licence 
(London) dated 
26 June 1639, 
she then aged 
21. 2nd wife. 



=Phcebe Moyle, dau. of Captain 
Robert Moyle of Buckwell, in 
Boughton Aluph, co. Kent ; marr. 
at Buckwell, in Boughton Aluph, 
18 August 1650 (marriage licence 
[Faculty Office] dated 15 August 
1650, she then aged 30) ; died 
20 June, bur. in York Minster 
25 June 1686. Will proved 7 
January i68y. 3rd wife. 



Amy Eggleton, dau.= 
of Thomas Eggle- 
ton of Grove, in 
Ellesborough, co. 
Buckingham ; bapt. 
at Elleslow 8 March 
i66y ; marr. circa 
1683; died, aged 
36, 4 April, bur. at 
Wakefield 6 April 
1695. ist wife. 



=Sir Lyon Pilkington of= 
Stanley and Bradley, 
baronet ; bur. at Wake- 
field, aged 54, 7 August 
1 7 14. M.I. Will dated 
3 August 1709, with 
codicil dated 13 April 
1 7 14, proved at York 
15 January i7i|. 



=Lennox Harrison, dau. and 
heir of Cuthbert Harrison 
of Acaster Selby, co. York, 
widow of George Smith of 
Osgodby, co.York, esquire; 
aged 6, 1 3 September 1 665 ; 
marriage settlements dated 
18 March 169!. 2nd wife. 



'31 



Moyle Pilkington, 
bur. at Wakefield 
6 January 169^. 



Phoebe Pilkington, 
living 3 August 
1709. 



William Ramsden of Longley Hall, in Almondbury,=j=Rosamund, mentioned Anne Pilking- 



co. York; bapt. at Almondbury 27 August 1S5S; 
aged 33, 3 July 1591 {Inq. p. vi. i^ November, 
jj Eliz.) ; granted the Manor of Huddersfield by 
Queen Elizabeth 15 September 1599. He marr. 
2ndly Mary, relict of Henry Batte of Birstall, co. 
York. He died 7 June 1623 {Inq. p. m. 27 August, 
20 Jac. I.) Will dated 7 June 1622, proved at York 
3 October 1623, by son Sir John Ramsden, knight 
(Vol. 37. fo. 62). 



in her father's will 15 ton, mentioned 
June 1565; marr. at in her father's 
Almondbury 21 April will 15 June 
1589 (marriage settle- 1565. 
ments dated 4 June 
1591); bur. at Almond- 
bury 4 May 1597. 
I St wife. 



Rosamund Pilkington, bapt. 
at ^Vakefield, co. York, 23 
January 16 ly. 



Lyonell Bamford of Pulehill, co. York ; living in=j=Mary, bapt. at 



1666; marr. istly, Jane, dau. of Richard Lowe 
of Woodhouse. 



A\ 



Wakefield 2 Au- 
gust 1618. 



Sir Lyon Pilkington of Stanley= 
and Bradley, co. York, baronet ; 
bapt. at Ellesborough, co. Buck- 
ingham, 5 June 1683 ; executor 
to his father's will 15 January 
171 J ; bur. at Wakefield, aged 
33, 26 June 17 16. M.L Will 
(undated) proved at York 8 August 
1716 (Vol. 71, fo. 49). 



^Anne Wentworth, dau. of Sir Michael Wentworth of 
Woolley, CO. York, knight; born 16 March, bapt. at Woolley 
20 March 168 J; marr. at Hickleton, co. York, 3 February 
170^; mentioned in will of her father-in-law. Sir Lyon 
Pilkington, 3 August 1 709 ; executrix to her husband's will 

8 August 1 7 16; marr. 2ndly Sir Charles Dalston of Heath 
Hall, CO. York, baronet, who died, aged 83, 8 March 172!; 
marr. 3rdly John Maud of Wakefield, esquire. She died at 
Chevet, in Royston, co. York, 5 April, bur. at Wakefield 

9 April 1764. 



Sir Lionel Pilkington of Stanley and 
afterwards of Chevet, in Royston, co. 
York, baronet ; bapt. at Hickleton, co. 
York, 20 January 170^; of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 14 May 
1725, aged 18; mentioned in will of 
his grandfather. Sir Lyon Pilkington, 

3 August 1709; Sheriff for co. York 
1740-41; M.P. for Horsham 17 De- 
cember 1 748, 1 5 April 1754, and i April 
1761 ; purchased Chevet of his sister-in- 
law, Anne, wife of Harrison Pilkington, 

4 July 1 765 ; died at Chevet 1 1 August, 
bur. at Wakefield 17 August 1778. Will 
dated 11 June 1771, with two codicils 
dated respectively 6 April 1777 and 
14 May 1778, proved at York 2 Sep- 
tember 1778, and in London 5 October 
1778 (P.C.C. i^io Bay). 



John Pilkington,= 
bapt.at Hickleton 
18 July 1709; 
mentioned in will 
of his grand- 
father. Sir Lyon 
Pilkington, 3 
August 1709 ; 
bur. at Wake- 
field 25 March 
1771. Adminis- 
tration granted at 
York 24 June 
1771. 



=Sarah Pollard, 
dau. of Thomas 
Pollard of Crig- 
gleston,co.York; 
died 2 Decem- 
ber 1770, bur. 
at Thornhill. 



Rev. Charles 
Pilkington, bapt. 
at Hickleton 24 
August 1710 ; of 
Christ Church, 
Oxford, matricu- 
lated 16 June 
1730, aged 18, 
B.A. 1734, M.A. 
1738. Adminis- 
tration granted at 
York 1757. 



132 



John Lowe of Denby,= 
CO. Derby, esquire ; 
died 1659. 



Katharine, bapt. at John Pilkington, bapt. Thomas Pilkington, 

Wakefield, co. York, at Wakefield 17 De- mentioned in will 

29 April 1620. cember 1622; bur. there of William Savile 

yf^ 22 April 1625. 31 January i6sf. 



Thomas Pilkington, bapt. at 
EUesborough, co. Backing- 
ham, 24 May 1684; died 
before 3 August 1709. 



John Pilkington, bapt. at Wake- 
field 16 October 1685 ; bur. there 
I August 1686. 



Eglington Pilkington, bapt. 
at Wakefield i December 
1687 J living 3 April 17 14. 



Charles Pilkington, bapt. at Wake- 
field 4 January i6f§; bur. there 
22 February i6f^. 



James Pilkington, 
died in infancy. 



Mary Pilkington, 
bapt.atWakefield 
17 March 169^. 



Elizabeth Pilkington 
died young. 



Judith Nettleton, eldest= 
dau. and coheir of the Rev. 
Charles Nettleton of Earls 
Heaton, near Dewsbury, co. 
York, and Rector of Bul- 
wick, CO. Northampton ; 
bapt. at Bui wick 23 July 
1695 ; marr. at Woodkirk, 
near Wakefield, 17 Decem- 
ber 1738; died s.p. at 
Wakefield 26 January, bur. 
there 29 January 1772. 
I St wife. 



=Sir Michael Pilkington of= 
Lupset, in the parish of 
Wakefield, baronet ; bapt. 
at Wakefield 25 May 1715 ; 
died at Lupset 6 February, 
bur. at Wakefield 18 Feb- 
ruary 1788. Will dated 22 
January 1787, with codicil 
dated 17 January 1788, 
proved at York 29 February 
1788, and 20 March 1788 
(P.C.C. 168 Calvert). 



A 



=Isabella Rawstorne, dau. of the Rev. 
William Rawstorne, Vicar of Bads- 
worth, CO. York, by Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of Samuel Walker of Stapleton 
Park, CO. York; bapt. at Bads worth 
18 June 1747; marr. there 12 No- 
vember 1772; marr. 2ndly at St. 
James', Westminster, 11 April 1791, 
Thomas Hewetson, a Major in the 
71st Regiment of Foot. She died at 
Doncaster, co. York, and was bur. at 
Wakefield 6 March 1823. 2nd wife. 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. II., page 173.) 



133 



D 



Harrison Pilkington of= 
Chevet, i n Roy ston, co. York ; 
bapt. at Hickleton, co. York, 
2 January 17 if; of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matricula- 
ted 13 March 173I, aged 18; 
mentioned in will of his 
brother, Sir Lionel Pilking- 
ton, 1 1 June 1 7 7 1, and in will 
of his brother-in-law, Godfrey 
Wentworth, 2 January 1776; 
died 6 December 1787, bur. 
at Wakefield, co. York. Ad- 
ministration granted at York 
29 December 1787. 



=Anne Neville, Godfrey ^^'entworth of Woolley=y=Dorothea, marr. 

dau. and heir and Hickleton, co. York; bom at Woolley 4 

of John Neville 17 October, bapt. at Brods- March 1723- 

of Chevet ; she worth, co. York, 7 November (marriage dis- 

sold Chevet to 1705; heir to his uncle, William solved by Act 

Sir Lionel Pil- Wentworth, 3April 1729; M. P. of Parliament 

kington 4 July for city of York 13 Mayi74i; 1758); died in 

1765; died in Lord Mayor of York in 1759; 1775. 

August 1765, died, aged 84, 18 January 1789, 

bur. at Wake- bur. at Hickleton. Will dated 

field. 2 January 1776, proved at 

York in February 1789 (Vol. 

133. fo. 56). ^ 



William Wentworth of= 
Horbury, co. York ; not 
21, 3 April 1729 ; died 
4 December 1736. Will 
dated 13 November 

1736, proved 3 April 

1737. ist husband. 



=Katherine, mentioned= 
in will of her brother. 
Sir Lionel Pilkington, 
II June 1 77 1 ; died, 
aged 77, 4 August 
1790, bur. at Norton, 
CO. Derby. 



=Rev. Cavendish Neville of Chevet, Vicar of 
Norton; bapt. at Leeds, co. York, 27 March 
1681 ; of University College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 14 April 1698, aged 17, B.A. 1701, 
M.A. and Fellow 1704; marr. at Wakefield 
I May 1737; died at Chevet, aged 68, 18 
February, bur. at Norton 23 February 17^^. 
2nd husband. 



134 



Pedigree of Lloyd. 



Lloyd. 

[Vol. 3, p. I.] 



Richard Lloyd of Marrington, Marton and Stockton in= 
Chirbury, co. Salop, gent (eldest son of Oliver Lloyd, 
Lord of the Manor of Marrington, &c.) ; J. P. for co. 
Montgomery 1-12 Eliz. ; died 25 October 1570. 
{Inq. p. m. g January, ij Eliz.) 



=j=Lucy Powell, eldest dau. of Richard 
Powell of Edenhope, co. Salop ; 
Sergeant-at-Arms to King Henry VIII. 
and High Sheriff of Montgomery 155I ; 
living 9 January iS7y. 



Richard Lloyd of Marrington,= 
esquire ; aged 20 years and 
4 months 9 January 157^; 
restored Chirbury Church when 
churchwarden with his brother, 
Edmund Lloyd, 1604; High 
Sheriff for co. Montgomery 
1616; died I September 1620. 
{Inq. p.m. JO April, 2iJac.I.) 



=Margaret Newton, 
dau. of John New- 
ton of Heightley, 
Chirbury (son of 
Sir Peter Newton, 
knight). 



John Lloyd of= 
Marton and 
Stockton; paid 
poor rate for 
Marton 1604; 
died before 
1623. 



As 



=Thomasine 
Corbet, 3rd 
dau. of Tho- 
mas Corbet 
of Leigh 
Castle, CO. 
Salop. 



Edward Lloyd, 
died s.p. before 
1623. 



David Lloyd of Marton ; heir and= 
executor to will of his uncle, George 
Lloyd, 12 May 1629; churchwarden 
of Chirbury 1632 ; commanded the 
garrison of Leigh Castle or Lee 
Hall, in Wortehn, 23 January 164! 
for King Charles I.; bur. at Chirbury 
19 April 1664. 



=Mary Williams, dau. of 
John Williams of Win- 
nington in Alberbury, co. 
Salop ; bapt. at Alber- 
bury 11 July 1 613; living 
1664-65 (poor rate) ; 
died circa 1675. 



William Lloyd, 
mentioned in 
will of his uncle, 
George Lloyd, 
10 August 1627. 



Richard Lloyd, 
mentioned in 
will of his uncle, 
George Lloyd, 
10 August 1627; 
paid poor rates 
for Marton 1 664. 



John Lloyd, 
mentioned in 
will of his 
uncle, George 
Lloyd, 10 Au- 
gust 1627. 



Harry Lloyd, 
mentioned in 
will of his 
uncle, George 
Lloyd, 10 Au- 
gust 1627. 



George Lloyd of= 
Stockton,afterwards 
of Marton (1680) ; 
bapt. at Chirbury 
24 November 1631 ; 
an original trustee 
of the Chirbury and 
Forden Schools 14 
April 1675; church- 
warden of Chirbury 
1675- 



=Mary Lloyd, eldest 
dau. and coheir of 
the Rev. George 
Lloyd ; marriage 
contract dated 24 
May 1655. 



Thomas Lloyd, 
bapt. at Chirbury 
1 7 November 
1637- 



John Lloyd, bapt. 
at Chirbury 23 
June 1642. 



Margaret Lloyd, 
bapt. at Chirbury 
i6Februaryi63|. 



Maria Lloyd, 
bapt. at Chirbury 
I March i63f ; 
bur. there 10 
April 1634. 



Elizabeth, marr. 
Thomas Bray 
of Marton. 



George Lloyd of Marton ; bapt. at 
Chirbury 12 June 1656; died s.p. 
Will dated 7 December 1727, proved at 
Ludlow 23 January 172!^. 



Rev. Richard Lloyd, Rector of Croft-cum-Yarpole, 
CO. Hereford; bapt. at Chirbury 29 January i6f§; 
M.A. of St. John's College, Cambridge, admitted 
24 June 1676, aged 16; died s.p., bur. at Yarpole 
28 July 1723. M.I. 



13s 



George Lloyd of Marton,= 
CO. Salop ; churchwarden 
of Chirbury, co. Salop, 
1611-12 ; died s.p. ; by 
his will he left the Marton 
estates to his nephew, 
David Lloyd, son of his 
brother, John Lloyd. 
Will dated 10 August 
1627, proved 12 May 
1629 (P.C.C. 45 Ridley). 



=Elizaheth, men- 
tioned in iier 
husband's will 
10 August 1627; 
bur. at Chirbury 
10 December 
1635- 



Oliver Edmund Lloyd= 
Lloyd. of Stockton, co. 
Salop ; church- 
warden of Chir- 
bur)' 1604. Will 
dated 20 April 
1624, proved 7 
September 1624 
{P.C.C. T 2 By rde). 



•Elizabeth, mentioned 
in her husband's will 
20 April 1624 ; bur. 
at Chirbury 2 April 
1632. Will dated 
22 March 163^, 
proved at Hereford 
2 May 1632. 



Rev. George Lloyd of Stockton ; Rector 
of Bedstone, co. Salop, 22 September 
1622 ; executor to his father's will 
7 September 1624, and to his mother's 
will 2 May 1632; bur. at Bedstone. 
Will dated 18 January i66|, proved at 
Ludlow 1 8 March i66|. 



=Margaret Bythewaye, sister of 
Richard Bythewaye of Leynt- 
wardine, co. Hereford ; men- 
tioned in her husband's will 
18 January i66i; adminis- 
tratrix to her son, Peter 
Lloyd, 15 February i66|. 



Alexander Lloyd, =p 
mentioned in his 
father's will 20 
April 1624. 

/K 



Peter Lloyd of Bedstone ; executor to his father's will 
18 March i66i; died s.p. and intestate. Adirion 
granted at Hereford to his mother 15 February i66f. 



Mary, marr. her cousin, George Lloyd 
of Marton, who eventually became 
possessed of all the Stockton property. 



Rev. Peter Lloyd, Vicar of Forden, co.= 
Montgomery ; bapt. at Chirbury 1 2 November 
1665 ; of St. John's College, Cambridge, 
admitted 27 June 1683, aged 17, B.A. 1686; 
Vicar of Forden i688 ; died intestate, aged 55, 
3 July, bur. at Forden 5 July 1721. {Memorial 
brass at Forden, 7iow lost). 



=Margaret Meredith, dau. of John 
Meredith of Munlyn, co. Montgomery, 
and of The Hem, Forden ; bapt. at 
Forden 24 July 1666; marr. there 
20 January yig^ ; bur. at Forden 
3 June 1742. Will dated 30 May 
1742. 



Mary 
Lloyd. 



Mary Lloyd, bapt. at 
Forden 16 Septem- 
beri7o: ; mentioned 
in will of her uncle, 
George Lloyd, 7 
December 1727. 



George Lloyd of Marton and Stockton ; bapt. at Forden 26= 
November 1702 ; executor and heir to will of his uncle, George 
Lloyd, 23 January 172!^; trustee of Chirbury and Forden Schools 
from 2 May 1738 to 27 September 1782; succeeded his nephew, 
John Meredith, in the Munlyn estate in Forden 22 October 
1776; bur. at Forden 24 May 1784. 



=Mary 
Evans. 



George Lloyd of 
Munlyn ; bapt. 
8 April 1742 ; 
died s.p., bur. 
at Forden 1 1 
December 1786. 



John Lloyd of The Wood and Munlyn in Forden, co.= 
Montgomery, and of Stockton and Marton in Chirbury, 
CO. Salop ; bapt. 24 November 1 743 ; trustee of the 
Chirbury and Forden Schools 27 September 1782; 
died, aged 88, 27 February 1831, bur. at Forden. M.I. 



^Catherine Gethyn, 
eldest dau. of John 
Gethyn of Vaynor, 
CO. Montgomery. 



Edward Humphries=Mary. 
(her cousin). 



Arthur Lloyd Humphreys of The Wood=Margaret. 
in Forden (her cousin). 



136 



II III 

Roger Lloyd. Matthew Lloyd. . Ludowick Lloyd. Agnes Lloyd. Lucy Lloyd. 



Maud, marr. Richard Evans of Chirbury, co. Salop ; Catherine, marr. David ap Thomas, 
died in 1606. 



Edmund Lloyd,= 
mentioned in his 
father's will 20 
April 1624, and 
in his mother's 
will 22 March 
163I. 



William Lloyd,= 
mentioned in 
his father's will 
20 April 1624, 
and in his 
mother's will 
2 2 March 1 63^. 



=Ann, bur. at 
Chirbury 1 640. 



Peter Lloyd,=j= 
mentioned in 
his father's 
will 20 April 
1624. 



A 



John Bowdler of Chirbury,=p, 
gent ; churchwarden at 
Chirbury in 1669. 



John Hay, mentioned in=f=Jane, mentioned in her 



his father-in-law's will 
January i66-f. 



18 



father's will 18 January 
1 664. 



Elizabeth, bapt. at Forden 
18 October 1704; men- 
tioned in will of her uncle, 
George Lloyd, 7 December 
1727 ; marr. Edward 
Humphreys. =j= 



Peter Lloyd, joint Lord of Stockton, co. Salop ,•= 
bapt. at Forden, co. Montgomery, 7 June 1706; 
churchwarden at Chirbury 1739; bur. at 
Chirbury 19 March 1780. 



=Jane Pickstock, 
dau. of Richard 
Pickstock; marr. 
at Chirbury 20 
September 1732. 



John Lloyd, bapt. 
at Chirbury 2 7 
December 1734; 
died s.p. 



Peter Lloyd, bapt. 
at Chirbury 19 
February i73t ; 
bur. at Chirbury 
6 September 1737. 



George Lloyd of Welshpool and= 
Luggy in Berriew, co. Montgomery, 
J. P. ; bapt. at Chirbury 31 October 
1739 j died, aged 64, 18 November 
1803. 



^Frances Henley, 
dau. of Richard 
Henley of Welsh- 
pool. 



137 



George Rogers, mentioned in his father- 
in-law's will 20 April 1624 ; died in 
1 63 1. I St husband. 



=Joyce, mentioned in her father's will= 
20 April 1624, and in her mother's 
will 22 March 163I. 



=Thomas Pugh 
ofLeighton,co. 
Salop. 2nd 
husband. 



As 



Richard Dale, mentioned 
in his father-in-law's will 
January i66y. 



■•1 



Rev. Hugh Dale, mentioned=j=. 
in his father-in-law's will iT 
January i65y. 



Richard Lloyd of Shrewsbury, co. Salop ,•= 
bapt. at Berriew, co. Montgomery, 17 
January 1765; an hereditary burgess of 
Welshpool, CO. Montgomery ; died, aged 
66, 14 March, bur. at St. Alkmund's, 
Shrewsbury, 17 March 1832. M.I. 



=Sarah Higgins, only surviving dau. of Christopher 
Comyn Higgins of Loynton Hall, Norbury, co. 
Stafford (after«-ards of Shrewsbury) ; bom at Shrews- 
bury 2 1 June, bapt. at St. Chad's, Shrewsbur)', 2 July 
1766; marr. at Shrewsbury in 1792 ; died, aged 52, 
18 September, bur. at St. Alkmund's, Shrewsbury, 
21 September 1818. M.I. 



(For issue see "Visitation 0/ England and Wales" 
Vol. III., page I.) 



George Humphreys Lloyd of Welshpool ; bapt. 26 July William Lloyd, bapt. Anne, marr. 
1772; bur. at Chirbury, co. Salop, 22 December 1810. 14 September 1779. . . . Pinnock. 
M.I. in the church. =t= 



138 



Pedigree of Savage. 



Savage. 

[Vol. 3, p. 4-] 



William Savage of Wolverhampton, co. Stafford; born in i744;=i=Mary Noake, marr. 30 
died 13 February 1822, bur. at St. John's, Wolverhampton. July 1766; died 24 

October 1808, bur. at 
St. John's, Wolver- 
hampton. 




a^^^^i^^ 



Oct'' 22'^ 1786. 



James Savage, 
died in infancy. 



Sarah Savage, 
died in infancy. 



William Savage,= 
born 2 1 Sep- 
tember 1770 ; 
died 1 5 January 
181 1, bur. at St. 
John's, Wolver- 
hampton. 



=Margaret Wood 
Smallwood, mar- 
ried 15 Novem- 
ber 1800. 



/N 



Thomas Savage of Wolver-= 
hampton ; born 1 1 March, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, Wol- 
verhampton 2 o April 1772; 
died 26 March, bur. at St. 
John's, Wolverhampton, 
31 March 1848. A fresco 
to his memory in the 
chancel of St. Peter's, 
Wolverhampton. Will 

dated 25 October 1843, 
with codicil dated 8 Feb- 
ruary 1848, proved (Prin. 
Reg. 7 20, 48) 2 2 September 
1848, by William Savage 
and Benjamin Savage, the 
sons, the Exors. , 



MaryCockerof 
Cannock, co. 
Stafford, widow 
of Thomas 
Cocker ; marr. 
at St. Peter's, 
Wolverhamp- 
ton, 21 July 
1796 ; died, 
aged 46, IS 
January, bur. 
at St. John's, 
Wolverhamp- 
ton, 2 1 January 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. III., page 4.) 



John Savage, born 23=j=Sarah, died, aged Joseph Savage, 



February 1774 ; died 
10 October 18 16, bur. 
at St. John's, Wolver- 
hampton. 



42, 4 January born 22 March 

1819, bur. at St. 1776; died 31 

John's, Wolver- Decemberi777. 
hampton. 



Benjamin Savage, born i June 
1779; died s.p. 10 September 
182 1, bur. at St. John's, Wolver- 
hampton. 



A\ 



139 



Young. 

[Vol. 3, p. 10.] 



Pedigree of Young. 



Robert Young of Edcleracres= 
in Easington, co. Durham. 
Will dated 6 January i6oj. 



Thomas Young. =j=Ellinor. Barbara Young. Agnes Young. Margaret Young. 



Christopher Young of= 
London, merchant. 



=. . . . Gary, maid of honour 
to Queen Elizabeth. 



William Young. 



Christopher Young of= 
Edderacres. Will dated 
27 November 1663. 



=Jane Reed of Shotton 
in Easington, co. Durham ; 
marr. in 1623. 



William Young. 



Robert Young, Sherifr=|=J; 
of Newcastle-on-Tyne, 
CO. Northumberland, 
1647; bur. in All Saints' 
Church, Newcastle-on- 
Tyne, in 1655. 



ane Johnson, 
dau. of Edward 
Johnson of New- 
castle-on-Tyne, 
merchant. 



Christopher Young, 
marr. Isabel. 



Isabel, marr. John 
Reed of Shotton, 
CO. Durham. 



William Young of Edderacres, 
CO. Durham. 



Bryan Young. 



Christopher Young of Newcastle-on-Tyne,= 
M.D. ; born in 1638; aged 29, 27 August 
1666; died 23 February 169^, bur. at All 
Saints', Newcastle-on-Tyne. 



=Sarah Maddison, dau. of 
Ralph Maddison of New- 
castle-on-Tyne, merchant ; 
marr. 12 March 1660. 



Robert Young of 
Newcastle-on-Tyne, 
merchant ; living 
27 August 1666. 



Jane Young, bapt. 


Elizabeth Young, 


Sarah Young, 


Robert Young, 


Ralph Young, 


2 June 1662; 


bapt. 1 1 March 


bapt. 10 June 


bapt. 18 Sep- 


bapt. 19 March 


aged 4, 27 August 


i66f; aged 2, 


1665 ; aged i. 


tember 1666. 


i66f 


1666. 


27 August 1666. 


27 August 1666. 







140 



Elizabeth, marr. Richard Righ of Newcastle-on- 
Tyne, co. Northumberland. 



Margaret, marr. Nicholas Fenwick 
Newcastle-on-Tyne, merchant. 



of 



Robert Young, Margaret Young, Hannah Young, Christopher Young, Eleanor Young, 
bapt. 12 May bapt. 5 October bapt. 29 April bapt. 11 February bapt. 13 June 
1670. 1671. 1673. 167^. 1676. 



Thomas Young of Durham ;= 
bapt. 15 November 1677; 
bur. at St. Oswald's, 
Durham. 



=Margaret, died 12 
October 1 7 1 2, bur. 
at St. Oswald's, 
Durham. M.I. 



Robert Young, 
bapt. 7 Sep- 
tember 1680. 



Lionel Young, 
bapt. 8 Feb- 
ruary i68|. 



Mary Young, 
bapt. 13 May 
1684. 



Colonel John=Dorothy Chilton, dau. and heiress of Robert= 

Carter. ist Chilton of Little Chilton, Houghton-le-Spring, 

husband. co. Durham ; born at Chester-le-Street, co. 

Durham, in 1730; died 30 January, bur. in 

Iver Church, co. Buckingham, 5 February 

1806. 



=Robert Young of Durham ; born 
in 1 7 18 ; marr. at Mayfair Chapel, 
London, 14 April 1757; died 
6 November 1791, bur. at 
Chiswick, CO. Middlesex. 2nd 
husband. 



RobertYoung, William Bedell, =Anne, born 
born 28 April Captain in the 2 June 1 761. 
1760; died in Indian Army; 
infancy. died 3 December 

1792. 



Charles Catley,=Catherine, born 28 Decem- 
Lieutenant 27th ber 1763; marr. in i8oi ; 
Bengal Infantry; executrix to the will of her 
died before i brother, George Chilton 
March 1821. Lambton Young, i March 

1821 ; died in 1845. 



141 



I I 

Dorothy Young, 
bom 4 Februar)' 
1765; died 23 
June 1776. 



Robert Chilton 
Lambton Young, 
bom 21 June 
1768. 



Rev. Thomas Chilton Lambton Young, bom=j=Margaret Louisa D'Abbadie, 



at Tumham Green, co. Middlesex, 5 October 
(according to entry in the family Bible), bapt. 
at Chiswick, co. Middlesex, 16 October 1769; 
of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, B.A. 1791, 
M.A. 1794; Domestic Chaplain to James, 
5th Earl of Cardigan; Rector of Cranoe, co. 
Leicester, 1808, Rector of Dodbrooke, co. 
Devon, 181 7; died at Dodbrooke 21 August, 
bur. in the chancel of the church at Dodbrooke 
26 August 1826. M.L 




^^. 



dau. of Daniel D'Abbadie, 
Captain in the Hon^'^ East 
India Co.'s Service and a 
Brother of Trinity House, 
by Theresa his wife, dau. 
of Thomas Delacour ; 
bom at St. Olave's, Hart 
Street, London, 29 March 
1775; marr. at Richmond, 
CO. Surrey, 29 May 1 799 ; 
died at Newton Abbot, 
CO. Devon, 8 August, bur. 
at Wolborough, co. Devon, 
13 August 1859. 



(For issue see ^'■Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. III., page 10.) 



Rev. George Chilton Lambton Young, bom 3 October= 
1771 ; of Queen's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1791, M.A. 
1794; died at Lambeth Terrace, co. Surrey, in his 49th 
year, 30^ August 1820, bur. at Iver. Will dated 24 August 
1820, proved i March 1821 (P.C.C. 189 Mansfield.) 



=Sarah Palmer, born 11 July 1774; 
marr. at Brighton, co. Sussex, 15 
May 1798; died before 30 August 
1820, bur. at Iver. 



142 









4 D \ 




(dlnitmt Jtlitlunnts UlTO^s. 



Pedigree of Royds. 



Robert Royds of Littlewardle, Rochdale, co. Lancaster ,•= 
bur. 12 September 1674. Will dated 9 December 
1674, proved at Chester 11 September 1675. 



Royds. 

[Vol. 3, p. 12.] 



^i- 



<^^ 




=Anne Meddcraft, 
marr. at Roch- 
dale 14 October 
1645. 



Robert Royds of Littlewardle,=T=Mary Holdsworth, 
clothmaker; died in 17 16. Will marr. at Rochdale 
proved 22 November 1717. 12 August 1672. 

I 
Mary, marr. 

John Lord. 



John Royds of Little- 
wardle. Will dated 
12 April 1722, proved 
at Chester 2 No- 
vember 1723. 



=Alice Wolfenden, 
marr. 27 August 
1678; bur. 15 
November 1690. 



Robert Royds of Wardle, co.= 
Lancaster; died before 1757. 



■Deborah Shaw, marr. 
16 April 1722. 



Sarah, marr. 15 
June 1 747, John 
Buckley. 



Susan, marr. Thomas Ferrand 
of Ash worth Hall, co. Lancaster. 



James Royds o& 
Deeplish Hill, 
Rochdale ; bapt. 
at Rochdale 30 
June 1689 ; died 
I July 1757, bur. 
at Rochdale. M.I. 



=Mary Byrom, dau. of 
William Byrom of 
Middle Hill, Wardle ; 
marr. 20 December 
1725 ; died, aged 87, 
7 August 1799. 



&u^o^^^ 



John Royds of Falinge, Rochdale, merchant ; 
1729; died 25 January 1799, bur. at Rochdale. 



M.L 




Gilbert 



bom in=j=Anne Gilbert, dau. of Thomas 

Stafford ; 

aged 34, 

bur. at Rochdale. 



marr. m 



of Cotton, CO. 
1754 ; died, 
10 June 1770, 
M.L 



143 



Thomas Royds, 
living in 1716. 



James Royds of Crook, in=|=Elizabeth, 



VVardle, co. Lancaster, yeoman ; 
bur. at Rochdale, co. Lancaster, 
29 January i73f. Will dated 
I May 1732, proved at Chester 
31 May 1734. 



living 
1732- 



William Royds, 
living in 17 16. 



^ 



Mary Royds, 
mentioned in 
her father's 
will 9 De- 
cember 1674. 



Thomas Royds of Marled Earth, in=Elizabeth. 
Wardle. Will proved 6 June 1757. 



John Royds of Deeplish=i=Mary, living 
died in j in 1757. 



Hill, Rochdale; 
November 1731. 



A 



AVilliam Royds of Brotherod,= 
in Rochdale (twin with 
James), merchant ; born in 
1732; bur. at Rochdale 23 
September 1766. 



=Ann Leech, dau. of John 
Leech of Spotland, co. 
Lancaster; marr. in 1761; 
died in May 1789. 



James Royds (twin 
with William), born 
in 1732 ; bur. at 
Rochdale 29 April 
1737. M.L 



Mary Royds, 
bur. 14 Sep- 
tember 1749. 
M.I. 



John Royds of= 
Brotherod;bom 
at Sandy Bank, 
CO. Lancaster, in 
1756; died at 
Cheetham Hill, 
CO. Lancaster, 
in 1823. 



=Arme Smith, dau. 
of Charles Smith 
of Summer Castle, 
Rochdale, mer- 
chant ; marr. in 
1778 ; died in 
1822, bur. at Bux- 
ton, CO. Derby. 




James Royds of Falinge, Rochdale ;= 
born at Rochdale 30 December 
1758, bapt. there 9 February 1759 ; 
J. P. and D.L. for co. Lancaster, 
Patron of Brereton Rectory, co. 
Chester, and of Haughton Rectory, 
CO. Stafford ; died at Falinge, 
Rochdale, aged 83, on Wednesday, 
2 February, bur. in the chancel 
of the parish church, Rochdale, 
10 February 1842. M.L 



=MarySmith,youngest 
dau. of Charles 
Smith of Summer 
Castle, Rochdale ; 
born at Rochdale ; 
marr. 23 December 
1 784 ; died, aged 49, 
21 July, bur. at 
Rochdale 26 July 
1816. 




Charles Royds, born 
and died in 1788. 



{See " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. VIII., page 25.) 



=pjane Hudson, only dau. of Charles 
Hudson of Shaw Hill, co. York, 
J.P. and D.L., by Jane his wife, 
only dau. of John Watson of South 
Hiendly, Felkirk, co. York ; born 
16 January, bapt. at the parish 
church, Hahfax, co. York, 30 April 
1788; marr. there 10 December 
1 8 10; died at Cheltenham, co. 
Gloucester, aged 65, 16 February, 
bur. in the chancel of the parish 
church, Rochdale, 22 February 
1853. M.L 
A 

{Ju>r issue see " Visitation 0/ England and Wales," 
Vol. III., page 12.) 



Clement Royds of Falinge and GreenhilV 
Rochdale, banker; bom at Falinge, 
Rochdale, 8 October, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Rochdale, 17 November 1785 ; J.P. and 
D.L. for the counties of York and 
Lancaster, High Sheriff for co. Lancaster 
1850 ; died, aged 68, 6 September, bur. 
in the chancel of the parish church, 
Rochdale, 13 September 1854. M.L 




Susannah Royds, 
bom 10 Decem- 
ber 1786 ; died 
at York Hotel, 
Bridge Street, 
Blackfriars, Lon- 
don, 22 February 
1801. 



144 



Thomas Royds of Greenhill, Rochdale, co.= 
Lancaster, merchant; born 21 October 1764; died 
at Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, 27 February i8ig. 




^.t^y^ytvc^ 




=Elizabeth Smith, dau. 
of Charles Smith of 
Summer Castle, Roch- 
dale ; marr. in 1783; 
died at Cheltenham 
3 August 1822. 



Six daughters, 
died young. 



James Royds=|=ElizabethRatcliffe, 



of Woodlands, 
Hartford, co. 
Chester, born 
12 August 
1789 ; died 
3 December 
1868, bur. at 
Hartford. 



dau. of John Rat- 
cliffe of Oak Hill, 
Manchester; marr. 
7 December 181 5; 
died 24 February 
1880, bur. at 
Hartford. 



/K 



Rev. Edward Royds,= 
Rector of Brereton, 
CO. Chester ; born 
23 August 1790 ; of 
Christ'sCollege,Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1820, 
M.A. 1823; died 14 
April 1836, bur. at 
Brereton. /\ 



=Mary Molyneux, 
dau. of Thomas 
Molyneux of 

Newsham House, 
near Liverpool ; 
died 4 December 
1859, bur. at 
Brereton. 



Mary Anne, born 
4 August 1793; 
marr. 1 1 October 
1824, Comman- 
der Hugh Robert 
Entwisle, R.N. ; 
died s.p. in 1878. 



John Gilbert Royds= 
(son of Thomas 
Royds of Greenhill, 
Rochdale) ; born 
30 July 1784. He 
marr. istly, 22 
September 1804, 
Ellen Entwisle, dau. 
of John Entwisle 
of Foxholes, co. 
Lancaster. 



= Frances, born 1 7 Emily Royds, Rev. Joseph William=Lucy Anne, 
August 1794; born 17 Oc- Inchbald, born at born 11 Sep- 
marr. 14 Feb- tober 1795; Malton, co. York; of temberi797; 
ruary 1843 ; died died 13 March Clare Hall, Cambridge; marr. 11 No- 
s.p. September 1807. Curate of Ackworth, vemberi833; 

1879. CO. York, Incumbent of died 27 May 

St. Mary's, Rochdale, 1855. 
December 1827, re- 
signed 1857; died at 
Scarborough, co. York, 
aged 64, 12 April 1861. 



Rev. Charles Smith Royds, Rector of= 
Haughton, co. Stafford ; born 20 September 
1799; of Christ's College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1822, M.A. 1825; heir to his nephew, the 
Rev. John Royds "; of Heysham, co. 
Lancaster ; Prebendary of Lichfield ; died 
at the Rectory, Haughton, in his 80th 
year, on Thursday, 24 April, bur. at 
Haughton 30 April 1879. Will dated 7 No- 
vember 1877, proved at Lichfield 5 June 
1879, by Mary Anne Royds of Haughton, co. 
Stafford, the relict, and the Rev. Charles 
Twemlow Royds, Rector of Heysham, co. 
Lancaster, the son, two of the Exors. 




=Mary Ann Twemlow, dau. 
of Francis Twemlow of 
Betley Court, co. Stafford, 
J. P., D.L. and Chairman of 
Quarter-Sessions for that 
county, by Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of Sir Thomas Fletcher 
of Betley Court, i st Bart. ; 
marr. at Betley on Thursday, 
20 June 1837 ; died 5 Sep- 
tember, bur. at Haughton 10 
September 1885. Will dated 
15 October 1879, proved at 
Lichfield 9 November 1885, 
by the Rev. Charles Twem- 
low Royds, Rector of Hey- 
sham, CO. Lancaster, the 
son, and Thomas Fletcher 
Twemlow of Betley Court, 
CO. Stafford, the Exors. 



/N 



Dauntesey Royds, 
born 19 August 
1801 ; died 13 
March 1807, bur. 
at Rochdale. M.L 



Jane Royds, born 
21 January 1803 ; 
died 31 July 1807, 
bur. at Rochdale. 
M.L _ 

Harriet, born 30 
October 1804 ; 
marr. 16 June 

1S27, Admiral 
Colin Campbell, 
R.N., of Ard- 
patrick. 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. IX., page I.) 



145 



Rivington. 

[Vol. 3, p. 20.] 



Pedigree of Rivington. 



Charles Rivington of St. Paul's Churchyard, = 
London, publisher. Citizen and Stationer of 
London (eldest son of Thurstan Rivington of 
Chesterfield, co. Derby, by Mary his w-ife [died 
at Hackney, co. Middlesex, 14 April 1741]); 
bom in October 1688; Freeman of the City 
of London in 171 1, when he succeeded to 
the business of Richard Chiswell ; died 22 
February 174!, bur. at St. Faith's, London. 
{See " Dictionary of National Biographv," 
Vol. XL VIII., page 335.) 



=Eleanor Pease of Newcastle-on-Tyne, co. 
Northumberland ; marr. at St. Giles', Cripple- 
gate, London, 16 December 1714; mentioned 
in wills of Michael Hopson 9 March 174! and 
Mary Hopson 29 November 1750; died 11 
February 1753. Will dated 6 September 
1 75 1, with codicil dated i February 1753, 
proved 21 February 1753, by John Rivington, 
the son, and Samuel Richardson, the novelist, 
who acted as guardian to her children (P.C.C. 
59 Searle). 



Pease Riving- 
ton, born 7 Oc- 
tober 1715 ; 
died s.p. be- 
fore 22 Feb- 
ruary i74f. 



I I 
Charles Rivington, 
bom 1 1 February 



I 
John Rivington of St. Paurs=j=Elizabeth Miller Gosling, 



171; 



died 



s.p. 



before 22 February 
i74|- 



Thurstan Rivington, 
born 14 March 
1 7 if J died s.p. 
before 22 February 



i74f. 



Churchyard, publisher. Citizen 
and Stationer of London ; born 
23 March 172° ; executor to 
will of his sister, Mary, wife of 
Michael Hopson, 7 February 
1752, and to his mother's will 
21 February 1753; Master of 
the Stationers' Company 1775; 
Governor of the Royal Hospitals 
of Bridewell and St. Bartholo- 
mew's ; J. P. for CO. Middlesex; 
died 16 January 1792, bur. at 
St. Faith's, London. M.L 
{See " Dictionary of National 
Biography," Vol. XL VIII., 
page 336- 



dau. of Robert Gosling, 
and sister of Sir Francis 
Gosling, alderman and 
banker ; bom 23 Feb- 
ruary 172I; marr. at St. 
Paul's Cathedral 26 May 
1743; died 21 October 
1792, bur. at St. Faith's, 
London. Will dated 21 
March 1792, proved 10 
November 1792 (P.C.C. 
581 Fountain). M.L 



B 



Elizabeth Riv- 
ington, born 
2 1 May 1 744 ; 
died 6 July 
1748, bur. at 
St. Faith's, 
London. 



Francis Rivington of= 
St. Paul's Churchyard, 
publisher, Citizen and 
Stationer of London, and 
of Islington, co. Mid- 
dlesex ; bom 23 August 
1745 ; Master of the 
Stationers' Company 
1805 ; died at Islington 
18 October 1822, bur. 
at St. Faith's, London. 
M. I. {See Dictionary 
of National Biography, 
Vol.XLVIII,page337). 



A 



■Margaret Ellil, 
born 6 October 
1754; marr. 26 
April 1777; died 
23 November 
1828, bur. at St. 
Faith's,London. 
M.I. 



Thomas Rivington, born 28 August 
1746; died 25 October 1748, bur. 
at Hammersmith, co. Middlesex. 



Mary Rivington, bom i November 
1747; executrix to her mother's 
will lo November 1792; died 
4 August 1835, bur. at St. 
Faith's, London. M.I. 



John Rivington, born 6 December, 
died 17 December 1748, bur. at 
St. Faith's, London. 



146 



Elizabeth Riving- 
ton, born 3 1 March 
1 7 2 1 ; died before 
22 February I74f. 



Pease Rivington, 
bom 2 September 
1721 ; died before 
i74|- 



Charles Rivington, 
born 27 June 1722; 
died before i74f. 



Michael Hopson= 
of St. Stephen's, 
Coleman Street, 
London, apothe- 
cary ; bapt. at 
Ludgershall, co. 
Wilts, 26 Feb- 
ruary 1 7 1 f ; died 
30 May 1747, 
bur. at St. Faith's, 
London. Will 
dated 9 March 
i74f, proved 10 
Junei747(P.C.C. 
152 Potter). 



=Mary, bom 9 
August 1723 ; 
marr. at St. 
Paul's Cathedral 
22 April 1742 ; 
executrix to her 
husband's will 
10 June 1747 ; 
mentioned in 
her mother's 
will 6 Septem- 
ber 1751 ; died 
injanuaryi752. 
Will dated 29 
Novemberi75o, 
proved 7 Feb- 
ruary 1752 
(P.C.C. 37 Bet- 
tesworth). 



James Rivington of= 
New York, U.S.A., 
royalist printer and 
publisher ; Citizen 
and Stationer of 
London ; born 1 7 
August 1724; marr. 
2ndly EUzabeth Van 
Horn, who died in 
July 1795 ; he died 
at New York in 
January 1803. (See 
^^ Dictionary of Na- 
tional Biography" 
Vol. XL VIII., page 



=ElizabethMyns- 
hull, dau. of 
Thomas Myns- 
huU of Charlton 
Hall, CO. Lan- 
caster ; marr. 
10 September 
1752. I St wife. 



A\ 



Susannah Rivington, 
born 4 March 17!^; 
died 19 June 1750. 



Thomas Rivington, 
born 2 1 March, bapt. 
10 April 1752 ; died 
in Jamaica, West 
Indies, 8 August 
1767. _ 

John Rivington, born 
6 August, died 16 
August 1753. 



Charles Rivington of St. Paul's Churchyard,: 
publisher. Citizen and Stationer of London ; 
bom 28 October, bapt. at St. Faith's, London, 
14 November 1754 ; Master of the Stationers' 
Company 18 19; died at King's Road, Gray's 
Inn, London, 26 May, bur. at St. Faith's, 
London, i June 1831. Will dated 8 Sep- 
tember 1830, proved 18 June 1831, by Charles 
Rivington, the son, one of the Exors. Power 
reserved to George Rivington and Francis 
Rivington, the sons, the other Exors (P.C.C.) 
{See "Dictionary of National Biography," 
Vol. XL VIII., page 337). 



=Jane Curling, dau. of 
Daniel Curling, by Jane 
his wife, dau. of George 
Hooper ; born 8 De- 
cember 1768; marr. at 
St. Paul's Cathedral, 
London, 18 May 1793; 
died 8 December, bur. 
at St. Faith's, London, 
15 December 1829. 



/N 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. III., page 20.) 



147 



Thomas \\Tieeler,= 
bom 1 8 Decem- 
ber 1 710; died 
13 April 1778. 



=Susannah, bom 
17 May 1727; 
marr. 27 April 
1749; died 17 
October 181 7. 



/N 



Charlotte Riving- 
ton, bom 7 
September 1728 ; 
died before i74f. 



Henry Hall, bapt.= 
at Thetford, co. 
Norfolk, 30 March 
1730; marr. istly 
Mary Canceller, 
dau. of Stephen 
Cancellor of Cam- 
bridge, bur. at 
Hertford 9 March 
1761. ist wife. A 



=Elizabeth, bom 
29 October 1729; 
marr. 8 May 
1762 ; died at 
Clapton, CO. Mid- 
dlesex. 2nd wife. 



Charles Rivington, printer, Citizen and Stationer of London ; born= 
19 June 1731 ; died 22 June 1790. Will dated 4 June 1790, proved 
I July 1790 (P.C.C. 359 Bishop). 



=Sarah Filmer, marr. 
I December 1759; 
died before 4 June 
1790. 



I 



Elianor Charlotte, marr. 16 October 1790, the Rev. James Stovin, 
Rector of Rossington, co. York ; Fellow of Peterhouse College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1776, M.A. 1779, D.D. 1800; died 13 August 1833. 

I 



John Rivington,=j=Anna Burge, dau. of Edmund 



printer ; born 19 
January 1756 ; 
died 23 June 
1785, bur. at St. 
Faith's, London. 



Burge of Basinghall Street, 
London ; bom 3 November 
1756; marr. 24 July 1777; 
died 3 March 1791. 



A\ 



Robert Rivington, 
bom 24 June 1757 ; 
Captain East India- 
man "Kent"; killed 
in action with a 
French privateer 
7 October 1800. 



Frances Anne Rivington, 
born 29 November, died 
8 December 1758, bur. 
at St. Faith's, London. 



Joseph Rivington, 
born 19 January 
1 761, died the 
same year. 



Sarah Rivington, bom i June 
1763; executrix to her 
mother's will 10 November 
1792; died 2 July 1832, bur. 
at St. Faith's, London. M.L 



Henry Rivington of Fenchurch Buildings, 
London, solicitor. Citizen and Stationer of 
London; bom 3 January 1765; Clerk of 
Stationers' Company 1800-1829 ; died 
9 June 1829, bur at St. Katherine Coleman, 
London. M.L 



148 



Pedigree of Upcher. 



Upcher. 

[Vol. 3, p. 25.] 



Thomas Upcher of Colchester, co.= 

Essex, gent ; admitted burgess 
of Colchester 1646. 



I 
Robert Upcher of Warmingford, co.=j=Mary Mants of Layer, co. Essex; 



Essex ; admitted burgess of Col- 
chester 1684; died in March 1702, 
bur. at Warmingford. 



died, aged 87, 14 December 
1753, bur. at St. James', Col- 
chester. 



Peter Upcher of Sudbury, co. Suffolk, esquire,=j=Susan Abbot, dau. of Charles Abbot of 



J.P., burgess of Colchester 12 August 1737, 
aged 45 ; bur. at St. Gregory's, Sudbury. Will 
dated 7 November 1737, proved 19 January 
i73f (P-C.C. 23 Brodrepp). 



Sudbury; marr. at Sudbury in 17 10; died, 
aged 60, 28 September 1746, bur. at St. 
Gregory's, Sudbury; executrix to her husband's 
will 19 January 173^. 



Susan Upcher, born 
3 January i7ii ; 
bur. in November 
1724. _ 

Elizabeth Upcher, 
born 30 January 
i7if ; bur. in 1721. 



Abbot Upcher, 
born II January, 
bur. 2 March 
1717. _ 

Hannah Upcher, 
born 1 2 May, 
bur. 19 Novem- 
ber 1724. 



Rev. Abbot Upcher, Rector 
of St. Peter and St. Gregory's, 
Sudbury ; born at Sudbury 
28 September 1722; of St. 
Katharine's College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1745; died 6 
April 1770, bur. at St. 
Gregory's, Sudbury. 



=Mary Foxwell, dau. and 
coheir of the Rev. 
John Foxwell, Rector of 
Rattlesden, co. Suffolk ; 
born at Bury St. Edmunds 
6 November 1718; died, 
aged 47, in December 
1 765, bur. at Rattlesden. 



I 
John Upcher, bar- 
rister-at-law ; born 
at Sudbury 15 July 
1749; died 9 June 
1768, bur. at St. 
Gregory's, Sudbury. 



Philip Upcher, 
died in in- 
fancy, bur. at 
Rattlesden. 



Peter Upcher of= 
Great Yarmouth, co. 
Norfolk, esquire ; born 
at Bury St. Edmunds 
in 1751 ; burgess of 
Colchester 30 March 
1772; died, aged 45, 
8 December 1796, 
bur. at Little Ormsby, 
CO. Norfolk. 



=Elizabeth Ramey, 
dau. of John 
Ramey, Receiver- 
General for Nor- 
folk ; married 1 4 
December 1777 ; 
died, aged 48, 27 
March 1799. 



MaryUpcher, 
died in in- 
fancy, bur. at 
Rattlesden. 



Maria Upcher, born 27 Robert Upcher, born at Yarmouth Harriet Upcher, born 12 De- 
October 1778; died at 30 December 1779; died by a fall cember 1780, bapt. 11 January 
Great Yarmouth 2 February from his horse, aged 14, 10 July 1 781; died 28 February 1794. 
1779, bur. there. i79S' 



149 



Robert Upcher, 
bom in 1725 ; 
bur. 30 Novem- 
ber 1726. 



Edmund Upcher, 
bom 9 May 1728; 
bur. 3 May 1730. 



Robert Upcher of Sudbury, co. 
Suffolk, surgeon; not 21, 7 No- 
vember 1737; burgess of Colchester 
26 January 1764 ; died at Ormsby, 
CO. Norfolk, 5 December 1787. 



Mary Upcher, living 
in 1777 ; marr. 
Bemard Carter of 
Sudbury, surgeon. 



B 



Abbot Upcher of Sheringham Hall, co. Nor- 
folk ; born at Great Yarmouth, co. Norfolk, 
6 December, bapt. there 9 December 1784; 
of St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1807, M.A. 1813 ; died, aged 34, 11 
February, bur. at Sheringham 23 February 
1819. M.I. 




=Hon''''= Charlotte Wilson, eldest dau. of the Rev. 
Henry, Baron Bemers, by EHzabeth his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Sumpter of Histon Hall, co. Cambridge; 
born at Kirby Cane, co. Suffolk, 10 April, bapt. 
there 25 June 1790 ; marr. at Kirby Cane 3 April 
1809; died, aged 66, 8 February, bur. at Sheringham 
14 February 1857. Memorial window in Shering- 
ham Church. 




^C__ 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales'^ 
Vol. III., page 2S ) 



Emily Upcher, bom 8 January, 
bapt. 19 March 1782; died in 
April 1783, bur. in the church 
at Little Ormsby, co. Norfolk. 



Ramey Upcher, born 
25 November, bapt. 
2 December 1783; 
died 29 January 1797. 



Augusta Abigail 
Upcher, bom 5 
May, bapt. 1 2 
August 1786. 



Maria Upcher, born 
26 December, bapt. 
the same day, bur. 
at Ormsby 27 De- 
cember 1788. 



150 



INDEX. 



INDEX. 



Abbot, Charles, 149; Susan, 149. 
Abergavenny, George Neville, Lord, 126. 
Adams, Elizabeth, 106; William, 106. 
Afteton, John, 125; Katherine, 125. 
Aglionby, — , 52. 
Agus, Agnes, loi j Michael, loi. 
Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 113. 
Alderton, George Anthony, 40; Maria, 40. 
Allen, Francis, 18; Henry, 13, 19; John, 

108; Lettice, 108; Mary, 116. 
AUsop, Alice, 81 ; Timothy, 81. 
Alport, Joseph, 21. 
Ancell, Mary, 36; Thomas, 36. 
Andrewes, Essex, 2; George, 2. 
Ansham, Blanche, 113; Richard, 113. 
Apryse, Elizabeth, 51; William, 51. 
Arnold, John, 91; Margaret, 91. 
Arnoll, John, 24. 
Ashe, Lajtitia, 53 ; William, 53. 
Aspden, Ann, 65 ; Nathaniel, 65. 
Athill, Charles H., 71. 
Atkins, Catherine, 16; John Gregory Page, 

16. 
Atkinson, Ann, 88 ; Joseph, 88. 
Atkis or Atkys, Margaret, 90 ; Robert, 90 ; 

Thomas, 90. 



Bacon, Sir Edward, 28. 

Bailey, Janet, 65. 

Baker, Elizabeth, 28 ; George, 28, 29 ; 

Isabella Judith, 29; Margaret, 10. 
Baldry, Christopher, 62 ; Elizabeth, 62. 
Baldwyn, Margaret, 92. 
Baltinglass, Thomas Roper, Viscount, 90. 
Bamford, Jane, 132; Lionel, 132; Mary,l32. 
Band, John, 54; Martha, 54. 
Barbor, Catharine, 2 ; Richard, 2 ; Sarah, 2. 
Bardolf, Edmund, 48 ; Maud, 48. 
Barnard, Sarah, 2. 

Barnes, Alice, 109; Hester, 87; Walter, 87. 
Baron, John, 106; Mary 106. 
Barrington, Alice, 47 ; John, 47. 
Barthropp, Ann, 63 ; John, 63; Robert, 63. 
Bartlet, Alexander Henry, 41 ; Frances 

Harriett, 41. 
Bassnett, Ann, 64 ; Elizabeth, 64 ; 

Nathaniel, 64. 
Batell or Battell, Alice, 47 ; Catherine, 32 ; 

Elizabeth, 32, 47 ; Katherine, 46 ; 

Sir Thomas, 32, 47. 
Batte, Henry, 132 ; Mary, 132. 
Baude or Bawde, John, 33, 47. 



Baylie, Alice, 105 ; Thomas, 10^. 
Bayly, John, 83 ; Mary, 83. 
Baynard, Joan, 125; PhiUp, 125. 
Beadon, Edwards, 109; Frederick, lli; 

Harriet, 109; Mary Ann, in. 
Beauchamp, Anne, 27 ; Thomas, 27. 
Beauchamp-Proctor, Harriet, 28 ; Dame 

Jane, 27 ; Dame Letitia, 27; Sir Thomas, 

28 ; Sir William, 27. 
Beaumont, Edward, 131 ; Grace, 131 j Dame 

Mary, 131; Sir Thomas, 1 3 1. 
Bedell, Anne, 141 ; William, 141. 
Bell, Elizabeth, 40; Scarlett Browne, 40. 
Bellasis, Edward, 71. 
Bennington, Ann, 63 ; Joseph, 63. 
Bentinck, Henry, Duke of Portland, 1 14; 

Lady Ann Isabella, 1 14. 
Beresford, Elizabeth, 114; George de la 

Poer, 114. 
Berners, Elizabeth Wilson, Lady, 1 50; 

Henry Wilson, Baron, 150. 
Bertie, Sir Roger, 50; Dame Ursula, 50. 
Best, Harriet Ann, no; William Dee, no. 
Bigland, Ralph, 5, 129. 
Bilbie, Anne, 98, 100; William, 98, lOO. 
Biscoe, Amy, 108; John, 108. 
Bishop, Henry, 37 ; Mary Anne Sarah, 37. 
Blackaller, Ann, no; West Andrew, no. 
Blackwood, Charlotte Beaufoy, no; 

WilUam, no. 
Blakemore, Ann, 93- 
Blenerhassett, Edward, 114; Elizabeth, 1 14; 

Henry, n4 ; Sir John, 114. 
Bligh, Dorothy, 117 ; John, Earl of Darnley, 

117 ; Thomas, 117. 
Bluett, Richard, 57; Sarah, 57. 
Bockland, Joan, 55 ; Mabel, 55 ; Maurice, 55. 
Bonhole, Daniel, 62 ; Susan, 62. 
Bonvile, Elizabeth, 125; John, 125; 

William, 125. 
Boone, Ann, 12, 19; Edward, 12, 17. 
Bosworth, Deborah, 105; Edward, 105. 
Bowdler, John, 137. 
Bowman, Elizabeth, 52 ; Mary, 52 ; Seymour, 

51 ; Stephen, 51, 52; Thomas, 52. 
Boyle, Beaufoy, 109; William 109. 
Brabazon, Ann, n4; George, 114. 
Bradbury, Philip, 48 ; William, 48. 
Bradley, Harriet, 62 ; William, 62. 
Brankred, Adam, 46 ; Maud, 46. 
Brassey, Maria, 122; Nathaniel, 122. 
Braxton, Francis, 10; Jane, 10. 
Bray, Elizabeth, 135 ; Thomas, 135. 



IS3 



Braythwaite, Elizabeth ; 52, Gawen, 52. 

Brereton, Ellen, 9; Owen, 9. 

Brett, Ann, 60; Charles, 60; Mary, 60. 

Bright, Dorothy, 5 ; Henry, 5 ; Luwbridge, 
5 ; Robert, 5. 

Britten, Agnes Cassandra, yo; Caroline, 
69 ; Christiana Gage, 68 ; Daniel, 69 ; 
Edwin, 69 ; Eleanor, 68 ; Elizabeth, 67- 
69 ; Elizabeth Mary Christiana, 68 ; 
Ellen, 68 ; Frances Hamilton, 68 ; 
George, 67; Hannah, 68; Jane, 67, 68; 
Joan, 67 ; John, 67 ; Margaret, 67 ; Mary, 
67, 68 ; Mary Anne, 69 ; Maurice, 67 ; 
Paul Ford, 68; Philip William Poole, 
70, 71 ; Samson, 68; Samuel, 68; Sarah, 
68 ; Saul, 67 ; Simon, 68 ; Simon Gage, 
68 ; Stephen, 67, 69 ; Thomas, 67 ; 
Thomas Hopkins, 68 ; William, 67, 
69; William Simon, 69. 

Brooke, Elizabeth, 124 ; Frances, 1 24 ; 
Mary, 96; Peter, 124; Richard, 96. 

Brooker, Hugh, 9, 10; Jane, 10. 

Brown, Ann, 122; James, 122, 123. 

Browne, Sir Ambrose, 60 ; Ann, 60 ; 
Thomas, 5. 

Brownsword, Ann, 95 ; Randal, 95 ; 
Thomas, 95. 

Buck, Ann, 128; George, 127-129; George 
Stucley, 130 ; Grace, 128 ; Hartwell, 
128; John, 127-129; Judith, 12S; Lewis, 
12S; Lewis William, 130; Sarah, 127- 
129. 

Buckley, John, 143 ; Sarah, 143. 

Burdet, George, 131; Mary, 131. 

Burge, Anna, 148; Edmund, 148. 

Burridge, Thomasin, 83. 

Burton, Charles, 58; Emma, 58. 

Butler, Bridget, 116; Theobald, 116. 

Butside, Ann, 125; Thomas, 125. 

Butterworth, Harriet, 57; William John, 

57- 
Byrom, Mar)', 143: William, 143. 
Bythewaye, Margaret, 136; Richard, 136. 

Calvert, Ann, 65. 

Campbell, Colin, 145; Harriet, 145. 
Cancellor, Mar)', 148; Stephen, 148. 
Cannington, Eleanor, 68; Richard, 68. 
Carbery, George Evans, Baron, 118. 
Garden, Dame Anne, 115; Sir John Craven, 

US- 
Cardigan, James, Earl of, 142. 
Carlyon, Agnes, loi ; Agnes Cassandra, 70; 

Ann, loi ; Catherine, loi ; Charles 

Alfred, 70; Edward Trewbody, loi, I02 ; 

Elizabeth, loi, 102; John, 102; 

Margaret, loi ; Mary, loi, 102; Phihp, 

loi ; Thomas, 101-103; Tristram, loi ; 

Walter, loi ; William, loi, 102. 
Carlyon-Britton, Agnes Cassandra, 70 ; 

Philip William Poole, 70, 71. 
Came, John, 57. 
Carter, Anne, 105; Bernard, 150; Dorothy, 

141 ; John, 141 ; Mary, 150; Thomas, 

105. 



Carthew, John, 62 ; Mar)', 62. 

Cartwright, Margery, 131; William, 131. 

Carveth, Elizabeth, 83 ; Ezekiel, 83. 

Gary, — , 140. 

Castelain, Jane, 46; William, 46. 

Castel, George, 12 ; Mary, 12. 

Castle, Francis, 23 ; George, 23 ; Mary, 23 j 

Roger, 106 ; Susan, lo6. 
Catchpole, Elizabeth, 62. 
Catley, Catherine, 141 ; Charles, 141. 
Ceelye, George, 83 ; Oliver, 82 ; Prudence, 

82 ; Sarah, 83. 
Chafyn, Ann, 55 ; Thomas, 55. 
Champante, Sir John, 54. 
Champernowne, Mary, 113. 
Charde, Mary, 113. 
Charnell, John, 50 ; Joyce, 50. 
Chastelin, Jane, 32 ; William, 32. 
Chenery, Catherine, 63. 
Cheney, Frederica, 11; Robert, ii. 
Cherry, Chariotte Cornish, 57 ; Hon'''= 

John Hector, 57. 
Cheshire, Mary, 119. 
Chilton, Dorothy, 141 ; Robert, 141. 
Chiswell, Richard, 146. 
Chudleigh, Robert, 125; Thomasine, 125. 
Church, Elizabeth, 36. 
Churchus, Mary, 31 ; Robert, 31 ; Thomas, 

3'' 
Clancarty, William Power Keating Trench, 

Earl of, 115. 

Claringbold, Annabella, 93 ; John, 93 ; 
Mary, 93. 

Clarke, Gregory, 105 ; Joan, 52 ; John, 52 ; 
Susan, 105. 

Clayden, Sarah, 88. 

Clement, Joan, 12. 

Clopton, Margery, 35. 

Clough, Anne, 131; Edmund, 131. 

Coape, Joanna, II; John, II. 

Cock, Ann, 51 ; John, 51. 

Cocker, Mary, 139; Thomas, 139. 

Cokayne, George Edward, 70. 

Coke, Mary, 81. 

Cole, Frances Isabella, 116; John, 21; 
Owen Blaney, 116. 

Coles, Harriet Brooke, 124 ; Thomas 
Henry, 124. 

Colley, Mary, 126; Thomas, 126. 

Collison, John, 17, 18. 

Conquest, William, 13, 25. 

Coode, Betty, 7, 8; Blanche, 6, 7; Cathe- 
rine, 6; Charles, 8; Charlotte Dorothy, 
8 ; Dorcas, 6 ; Dorothy, 7 ; Edward, 6-8 
Elizabeth, 6, 7 ; Dame Elizabeth, 8 
Frances, 8 ; Francis, 6 ; Harriet, 8 
James, 8; Jane, 6-8; Joan, 6, 7; John 
6-8 ; Sir John, 8 ; Joshua, S ; Loveday, 7, 8 
Lucy, 8 ; Luke, 7 ; Margaret, 6-8 ; Mary, 
6-8 ; Michael, 8 ; Patience, 8 ; Peter, 7 
Philippa, 6; Prudence, 8; Samuel, 6-8 
Thomas, 8; Thomasin, 7; William, 6, 8, 

Cooke, Edmund, 2; Margaret, 91 ; Robert, 
9; Sarah, 2; William, 91. 

Corbet, Thomas, 135; Thomasine, 135. 



'54 



Cornwall, Augusta, in; John, in. 

Cossart, Ann, 114; David, 114. 

Cowling, Loveday, 8; Thomas, 8. 

Cox, Ann, 2; Elizabeth, 14; John, 2; 
Thomas, 14. 

Craven, James, 27 ; Mary, 27. 

Creswell, Priscilla, 87. 

Crewkerne, Christian, 113. 

Croker, Edward, 118; Georgiana Ellen, 
118. 

Crompton, Fulk, 91; Isabel, 91. 

Cure, Abraham, 9 ; Alfred Capel, II ; 
Anna, 9 ; Anne, 9 ; Capel, 1 1 ; Catherine, 
10; Christian, 10; Elizabeth, 9- 11 ; Ellen, 
9;Frances, 9;Frederica, II ; George, 9,10; 
Jane, 10; Joan, 10; Joanna, II; Letitia, 
9; Lettice, 9, 10; Margaret, 10; Mary, 
10; Mary Willis, 10; Thomas, 9, 10. 

Curling, Daniel, 147 ; Jane, 147. 

Curll, Sarah, 15; William, 15. 



D'Abbadie, Daniel, 142; Margaret Louisa, 

142 ; Theresa, 142. 
D'Aeth, Sir Narborough, II. 
Dagon, Ann, 65. 
Dale, Hugh, 138; Richard, 138. 
Dalston, Dame Ann, 132; Sir Charles, 132. 
Darnley, John Bligh, Earl of, 117. 
Davies, Frances, 93 ; James, 93. 
Daye, Jane, 113; Roger, 113. 
Dayrell, Francis, 61 ; Sarah, 61. 
Deane, Elizabeth, 67 ; Henry, no; Lucy, 

no. 
De Fitzwaren, Dame Katherine, 125; Sir 

William Bourchier, 125. 
Delacour, Theresa, 142; Thomas, 142. 
DeMontalt, Sir Thomas Maude, Baron, n6. 
Dennis, Robert, 127, 129; Susanna, 127, 

129. 
Denton, — , 17. 
De Patmere, John, 33 ; Margaret, 33 ; 

Philip, 33. 
De Stratton, Adam, 33. 
De Sutton, alias Dudley, Sir John, 33 ; 

Maud, 33. 
DiUington, Mabel, 55 ; Sir Robert, 55. 
Dipford, Frances, I2i ; Thomas, 121. 
Di.x, Francis, 87 ; Winifred, 87. 
Dixon, Charles, in; Harriet Amelia, in. 
Docton, Bridget, 82 ; Thomas, 82. 
Dodderidge, Elizabeth, 126; John, 126. 
Duckett, Charlotte, 57; William, 57. 
Dudley, alias De Sutton, Sir John, 33 ; 

Maud, 33. 
Dugdale, Adam, 66 ; Ann, 65, 66 ; 

Charlotte, 66 ; David, 65 ; Edmund, 

65; Elizabeth, 65, 66; Ellen, 65; Grace, 

65 ; James, 65, 66 ; James Boardman, 

66; Janet, 65; John, 65, 66; Mary, 

65, 66 ; Nathaniel, 65 ; Peggy, 65 ; 

Richard, 65 ; Sarah, 66 ; Thomas, 65, 66 ; 

William, 66. 
Duke, Alice, 33, 48; Lewis, 33, 48. 
Duncan, Frances, 121 ; James, 121. 



Edmunds, Elizabeth, lO; Thomas, 10. 

Edwards, Agnes, 108; Mary, 90. 

Effingham, Thomas, Earl of, 5, 129; 

Eggleton, Amy, 131; Thomas, 131. 

Eliot, Edward Craggs, Lord, loi. 

Ellil, Margaret, 146. 

Elliot, John, 102; Mary, 102. 

EUiott, John, 82 ; Katherine, 82. 

Elwes, Lilian Bella, 41 ; William Weston j 

41. 
Enfield, Elizabeth, 32, 47 ; Richard, 47 ; 

Sir Richard, 32. 
English, WilUam, 50. 
Entwisle, Ellen, 145 ; Hugh Robert, 14S ; 

John, 145 ; Mary Anne, 145. 
Esson, John, 23. 
Evans, Dorothy, 118; George, 1 18 ; George) 

Baron Carbery, 118; Mary, 1 36; Maud, 

137; Richard, 137. 
Eves, Elizabeth, 90; Robert, go. 

Fenwick, Margaret, 141 ; Nicholas, 141. 

Fernell, William, 104. 

Ferrand, Susan, 143; Thomas, 143. 

Fielden, John, 65. 

Filmer, Sarah, 148. 

Firman, William, 39. 

Fitzgerald, Frances, 55 ; Gerald, 55. 

FitzRoger, Elizabeth, 125 ; John, Lord, 

125 ; Thomas, 125. 
Fletcher, Elizabeth, 145 ; Sir Thomas, 145. 
Forrest, Ann, 96 ; Thomas, 96. 
Forster, Dorothy, 118; John, 118; Rebecca, 

118. 
Forth, Charlotte Augusta, 39 ; John, 39. 
Foster, Humphrey, 107. 
Fownes, Prudence, 81 ; Thomas, Si. 
Foxwell, John, 149 ; Mary, 149. 
Frankland, Henry, 86 ; Mary, 86. 
Franks, Caroline, 29 ; William, 29. 
Freeman, Benedict, 10 ; Mary Willis, 10. 
Freke, Arundell, 53 ; John, 53 ; Thomas, 

54- 
Fust, Flora, 94 ; Sir Francis, 94. 

Gage, Elizabeth, 52 ; James, 68 ; Joseph, 
52 ; Mary, 68 ; Sir Thomas, 52. 

Gale, Andrew, 120; Arm, 1 20. 

Gamiell, George, 60. 

Ganne, Margaret, 83 ; William, 83. 

Gates, Dorothy, 48 ; Sir Jeffrey, 48. 

Gell, Betsy, 69 ; Caroline, 69 ; Joseph, 69. 

Gere, Elizabeth, 7 ; John, 7. 

Gethyn, Catherine, 136; John, 136. 

Gibson, Ann, 88, 89 ; Anna, 89 ; Atkinson 
Francis, 88 ; Beatrice, 89 ; Elizabeth, 
88 ; Francis, 88, 89 ; George, 87- 
89 ; Hester, 87 ; Hezekiah, 88 ; Jabez, 
88; Joseph, 89; Mary, 87, 88; Priscilla, 
87 ; Robert, 89 ; Thomas, 87, 88 ; 
Winifred, 87 ; Wyatt, 87, 89 ; Wyatt 
George, 88. 

Gilbert, Anne, 143 ; Thomas, 143. 

Godfrey, Emily, 39 ; William, 39. 

Goodwyn, Anna, 60; James, 60. 



'55 



Gordon, John, 122 ; Maria, 122. 

Gormanston, Anthony, Viscount, 61 ; Hen- 
rietta, Viscountess, 61. 

Goshng, Ehzabeth Miller, 146 ; Sir Francis, 
146; Robert, 146. 

Gosnall, Harriet, 40; John, 40. 

Grant, Ehzabeth, 113. 

Grantham, Elizabeth, 92 ; Richard, 92. 

Greenhill, Jane, 50 ; William, 50. 

Gregory, Anthony, 126 ; Frances, 126 ; 
John, 119; Lydia, ng. 

Grouse, Ann, 63 ; Hoby, 63. 

Grubb, Robert, 86; Sarah, 86. 

Gunsby, Henry, 59; Susan, 59. 

Gurdon, Ann, 3; Brampton, 3; Elizabeth, 
I ; Nathaniel, I. 

Gwavas, Ann, loi ; WilUam, loi. 



Hackeney, Elizabeth, 96; Peter, 96. 
Hadleigh, Elizabeth, 34, 49; Nicholas, 34, 

49- 
Hale, Elizabeth, 27; Richard, 27, 114. 
Hales, Frances, 60. 
Hall, Daniel, 67; Elizabeth, 148; Henry, 

148; Mary, 67, 148. 
Hammett, Elizabeth, 82. 
Hampson, Elizabeth, 10; Sir George, 10. 
Hanbury, C. , 27; Frances, 27. 
Hanhani, Frances, 53; John, 53. 
Hanson, John, 123 ; Mary Isabella, 123. 
Hargraves, John, 66, Mary, 66. 
Harris, Ann, 57 ; Peter Bown, 57 ; Sarah, 

57- 

Harrison, Cuthbert, 131; Lennox, 131. 

Harvey, Sir Eliab, 29 ; Maria, 29. 

Haskins, John, no; Mary, no. 

Hawarden, Anne Isabella Maude, Viscoun- 
tess, 116 ; Sir Cornwallis Maude, 
Viscount, n6. 

Hawkins, Elizabeth, loi ; PhiHp, 101. 

Haworth, Ann, 66; James, 66. 

Hay, Jane, 137; John, 137. 

Heard, Isaac, 103, 129. 

Hedley, Joseph, 86; Mary, 85, 86. 

Henley, Frances, 137; Richard, 137. 

Herapath, Betsy, 69; William, 69. 

Herle, Edward, 81; Eleanor, 82; Mary, 
81 ; Nicholas, 82. 

Herringham, Ann, 3; William, 3. 

Hersent, Lydia, 119; Samuel, ng; 
Susannah, 119. 

Hertford, Marquess of, 62. 

Hewetson, Isabella, 133; Thomas, 133. 

Hewson, Hannah, 97 ; Thomas, 97. 

Hibbert, Fanny, 29; George, 29. 

Hickman, Frances, 27 ; Dame Frances 
Elizabeth, 27 ; Sir Neville George, 27. 

Hide, Sir John, 46; Maud, 46. 

Higgins, Christopher Comyn, 138; Sarah, 

138- 
Higgs, Eleanor, 108; John, 108. 
Highmore, Elizabeth, 50; Robert, 50. 
Hilton, Sarah, 97. 
Hindle, Peggy, 65; Thomas, 65. 



Hitchcock, Agneta, 115; Joan, 114; 

Walter, 115; William, n4. 
Hitchens, Joan, 82. 
Ilobbs, Elizabeth, ng, 120; Francis, 119, 

120. 
Holdsworth, Mary, 143. 
Holland, James, 8 ; Mary, 8, 95. 
Hooper, George, 147 ; Jane, 147. 
Hopkins, Jane, 68 ; Thomas, 68. 
Hopson, Mary, 146, 147 ; Michael, 146, 

147. 
Hore, Mary, 105; William, 105. 
Hoskins, Frances Hamilton, 68 ; Thomas, 

68. 
Houghten, Elizabeth, 114. 
Howard, Charles, Earl of Surrey, 103. 
Howe, Earl, 1. 
Howley, Emma, 95. 
Hoyland, Elizabeth, 85 ; John, 85. 
Huddleston, Laura, 40 ; Thomas Jervoise, 

40. 
Hudson, Charles, 144; Jane, 144. 
Hughes, Elizabeth, 102; Mary Anne, 37; 

William, 102 ; William Baker, 37. 
Humphreys or Humphries, Arthur Lloyd, 

136; Edward, 136, 137; Elizabeth, 137; 

Margaret, 136; Mary, 136. 
Hunt, Isabella, 63. 
Huxley, Elizabeth, 91 ; Francis, gi. 
Hyde, Arundel, 54 ; Sir John, 33 ; 

Maude, 33 ; Robert, 54, 55. 

Impey, Ann, 89; William, 89. 

Inchbald, Joseph William, 145; Lucy Anne, 

145. 
Ireland, Amy, 94 ; Ann, 94 ; Sarah, 94 ; 

Thomas, 94. 
Isaac, Elizabeth, 31 ; Martha, 31 ; Rebecca, 

31 ; Samuel, 31. 



Jackman, Mary, 55; William, 55. 

Jago, Joan, 6 ; Robert, 6. 

James, Mary, 56 ; Penelope, 56 ; Richard, 

57 ; Thomas, 56 ; William, 24 ; — , n7. 
Jeaffreson, Ann, 59, 60, 63 ; Benjamin, 59, 

61, 63; Bridget, 59; Catherine, 63; 
Christopher, 60-63 ; Elizabeth, 59-62 ; 
Frances, 60; Harriet, 62; Henrietta, 61 ; 
Isabella, 63 ; John, 59-63 ; Joseph, 59, 

62, 63 ; Lydia, 63 ; Mary, 59-63 ; 
Rachel, 59, 60 ; Robert, 63 ; Samuel, 59, 
62, 63; Sarah, 60, 61 ; Sarah Elizabeth, 
61 ; Shuckburgh, 61 ; Simon, 61 ; 
Susan, 59, 62. 

Jenkinson, Hon'''= Charles Cecil Cope, Earl 

of Liverpool, 93. 
Johns, Betty, 8 ; Stephen, 8. 
Johnson, Edward, 140 ; Hannah, 97 ; 

Henry, 27 ; Jane, 140 ; Letitia, 27 ; 

Richard, 97. 
Jones, Abraham, 9; Edward, 4; Frances, 

9: John, 4; Mary, 4. 
Jordain, Elizabeth, 93; Henry, 93. 



156 



Joscelin or Josselyn, Alice, 33, 46, '48 ; 
Ann, 34-35, 38, 40, 49 ; Ann Frances, 
40 ; Arthur Henry, 34, 37 ; Arthur 
Murray, 34, 41 ; Augusta, 41 ; Beatrix, 
32 ; Catherine, 32, 33 ; Catherine 
Emily, 42; Charles, 40; Charles James, 
39; Charlotte, 41; Charlotte Augusta, 
39; Charlotte Matilda, 41; Constance 
Grace, 42 ; Dame Dorothy, 48 ; Edward, 
34, 42 ; Elizabeth, 34-36, 38, 40, 42, 49 ; 
Emily, 39 ; Emma, 42 ; Ernest William, 34, 
42 ; Firman, 40 ; Frances Ethel Gertrude, 
38; Frances Harriet, 41 ; Francis, 34; 
Frederic, 34, 41 ; Frederick John, 34, 
38 ; Frederic Oswell, 34, 41 ; Gabriel, 
48 ; Geoffry, 33, 34, 49 ; George, 40, 
48 ; George Francis, 34, 42 ; George 
Henry, 41 ; Hannah, 39 ; Harriet, 
40; Helen, 38; Henry, 32, 46; Hugh, 
37 ; James, 35-38, 40, 46 ; James 
Edward, 34, 41 ; Jane, 32, 35, 36, 46; 
Jeffrey, 46, 48 ; Joan, 33, 48 ; John, 32, 
34. 36-39. 41.46.48,49; John Henry, 34, 
40;JohnWilliam,4i ;Katherine, 33,46,48; 
Laura, 40; Lilian Bella, 10; Margaret, 
33. 37. 38, 46; Margaret Elizabeth, 42: 
Margery, 36 ; Maria, 40 ; Mark, 36-38 ; 
Mary, 34, 36, 38, 42, 49; Mary Anne, 
37, 42 ; Mary Anne Sarah, 37 ; Mary 
Elizabeth, 41 ; Mary Frances Helen, 38 ; 
Mary Sarah, 42 ; Maud, 33, 46, 48 ; 
Maud Mary, 39 ; Petronill (Margaret), 
46 ; Philip, 34, 36, 48, 49 ; Ralph, 
32-34, 46, 48, 49 ; Sir Ralph, 48, 49 ; 
Richard, 34, 38; Robert, 38; Rose, 35, 
40, 42 ; Rosetta, 42 ; Sarah, 36, 38-40 ; 
Susan, 35, 36 ; Thomas, 32-36, 38, 46, 
48, 49 ; Sir Thomas, 48 ; William, 36, 
38; Willoughby, 34, 38. 

Jukes, Anne, 90; James, 90. 

Jurin, James, 93; Jane, 93. 

Kauffman, Angelica, 117. 

Keane, Charlotte Maria, Lady, 61 ; John, 

Baron, 61. 
Keigwin, Philippa, 6; Richard, 6. 
Kelly, Christian, 113 ; Elizabeth, 116 ; 

Joseph, 116. 
Kemp, Beatrice, 89 ; Catherine, 63 ; Henry, 

63 ; James, 89 ; John, 89 ; Mary, 59. 
Kempster, Alexander, 59; Mary, 59. 
Kempthorne, alias Ley, Honor, 81 ; John, 

81. 
Kerrich, Ann, 106 ; Mary, 106 ; Simon, 

106 ; Susan, 106. 
Kestell, Jane, 6 ; William, 6. 
Knapp, Amy, 108; Elizabeth, 108; Henry, 

108 ; Mary, 108 ; Thomas, 108. 
Knights, Lydia, 63. 
Kokeworthy, John, 125 ; Thomasine, 125. 

Lacon, Mary, 90. 

Langford, Elizabeth, 124 ; Isabella, 121 ; 
Jonas, 121, 124; Mary, I2i. 



Langley, Ambrose, 91 ; Andrew, 92 } 
Ann, 90, 93, 94; Annabella, 93; Archer 
Arnold, 93, 94 ; Arnold, 93, 94 ; Arnold 
Blakemore, 93 ; Bridget, 92 ; Catherine, 
93; Cecilia, 94 ; Charles, 91 ; Dorothy, 
92 ; Edward, 90, 94 ; Elinor, 94 ; Eliza- 
beth, 90-94 ; Flora, 94 ; Frances, 93 ; 
Francis, 90; George, 90, 91, 94; Ger- 
trude, 90 ; Harriet, 94 ; Henry, 90, 93 ; 
Isabel, 91 ; James, 91 ; Jane, 91, 93 ; 
John, 90-94 ; John Arnold, 92, 94 ; Kathe- 
rine, 90, 94 ; Letitia, 92 ; Malet, 94 ; 
Margaret, 90-93 ; Margaretta Dorothea, 
93; Margery, 92 ; Mary, 90, 91, 93, 94 j 
MaryAnn, 94 ; Rebecca, 94 ; Richard, 91 ; 
Rowland, 91 ; Sarah, 93 ; Susan, 91 J 
Thomas, 90-94 ; Timothy, 91, 92 j 
William, 90, 93, 94. 

Lanion, Margaret, 7. 

Lawley, Sir Edward, 50 ; Ursula, 50< 

Lawrence, Joan, 56. 

Lay, Elizabeth, 37, 38; John, 37, 38! 
Margaret, 37 ; Mark, 36, 37 J Mary 
Anne, 37 ; Sarah, 36. 

Leah, Samuel, 38 ; Sarah, 38. 

Leake, Maria, 83; Stephen Martin, in, 
112 ; Thomas, 83. 

Lear, Elizabeth, 93. 

Le Bray, Catherine, 33 ; Thomas, 33. 

Lebraye, Katherine, 48 ; Thomas, 48. 

Leech, Ann, 144 ; John, 144. 

Leicester, Robert, Earl of, 51; Sidney, 
Earl of, 90. 

Leigh, Agnes, 50; Dame Anne, 131 ; 
Dame Elizabeth, 131 ; Sir Ferdinando, 
131 ; John, 52 ; Margery, 131 ; Mary, 52, 
131 ; Sir Wilham, 50. 

Le Moyne, Christian, 113; William, 113. 

Lenne, Humphrey, 10; Jane, 10; Mark, 10. 

Leston, Alice, 46; William, 46. 

Lewis, Mary, 60. 

Ley, a/Mi Kempthorne, Honor, 81; John,8l. 

Light, John, 120, 121. 

Lillingstone, James Willmottals, 25. 

Lindsey, Robert, Earl of, 50. 

Lisburne, John Vaughan, Viscount, 94 ; 
Malet Vaughan, Viscountess, 94, 

Liston, Alice, 33; Thomas, 33. 

Littlebury, Edward, 9; Lettice, 9. 

Liverpool, Charles Cecil Cope Jenkinson, 
Earl of, 93. 

Lloyd, Agnes, 137; Alexander, 136; Ann, 
9, 137, 138 ; Catherine, 136, 137 ; 
David, 135, 136; Edmund, 135-137; 
Edward, 1 35; Elizabeth, 1 35- 1 37; Frances, 
137; George, 1 35- 1 37; George Humphreys, 
138; Harry, 135; Jane, 137; John, 
135-137; Joyce, 138; Lucy, 135, 137; 
Ludowick, 137; Margaret, 135, 136; 
Maria, 135; Mary, 135, 136; Matthew, 
137 ; Maud, 137 ; Oliver, 135, 136 ; 
Peter, 136, 137; Richard, 135, 138; 
Roger, 137; Sarah, 138; Thomas, 135; 
Thomasine, 135; William, 135, 137, 138. 

Lock, Susan, 35; Thomas, 35, 103. 



157 



Locke, John, 23. 

Lockett, Ann, 95-98, 100 ; Catherine, 

95, 96, 99 ; Elizabeth, 96 ; Ellen, 96, 

99; Emma, 95; Hannah, 97; Jane, 95; 

Jasper, 98; Jeffery, 95, 96, 99, JOO ; 

Joan, 98 ; Martha, 96, 100 ; Mar)', 

95-99; Richard, 97,98; Richard Johnson, 

97 ; Sarah, 96-98 ; Thomas, 95-99 ; 

William, 95-98, 100; William Jeffery, 98, 

100; William Merrill, 97. 
Lord, John, 143; Mary, 143. 
Lovegrove, Jane, 3. 
Lowbridge, Dorothy, 5; Edward, 5. 
Lowe, Jane, 132; John, 133; Katherine, 

133; Richard, 132. 
Lowther, Agnes, 50; George, 55; Sir John, 

50; Juliana, 55. 
Lucas, Elizabeth, 13, 25; Henry, 13. 
Lucy, Ann, 85. 

Lyon, Ellen, 131 ; Henry, 131. 
Lyte, John, 36 ; Mary, 36. 

Maberly, Thomas, 37. 

Maddison, Ralph, 140 ; Sarah, 140. 

Maillard, Mary Anne, 69 ; William, 69. 

Maltby, Brough, 56, 58 ; Harriet, 56, 58. 

Manning, Abigail, 105 ; Alice, 105 ; Ann, 
105, 106; Deborah, 105, 106; Elizabeth, 
106 ; Frances, 105 ; John, 105 ; Mary, 105 ; 
Samuel, 105; Susan, 105; Susanna, 106; 
Thomas, 105; William, 105, 106. 

Manningford, Sir Roger, 125. 

Mansel, Christopher, 15; Frances, 15. 

Mants, Mary, 149. 

Maple, John Fordyce, 62 ; Mary, 62. 

Markham, Alexander, 26; Alice, 13; Ann, 
12, 13 ; Catherine, 16 ; Charles, 14, 
15, 26; Christopher, 15, 16; Dorothy, 13, 

19, 20; Edward, 16; Elizabeth, 12-17, 
20-23, 26; Elizabeth C, 16; Eliza Mary, 
15; Frances, 15, 16; Francis, 12, 14, 
17-24 ; Gregory, 12, 13, 17, 18, 23 ; 
Hannah, 15 ; Henry WiUiam, 15, 16 ; 
James, 12, 23, 25 ; Jane, 25 ; Joan, 12, 
23, 24 ; John, 13-17, 19-21, 25 ; Joice, 14 ; 
Joseph, 13; Joyous, 23; Martha, 12, 13; 
Mary, 12-14, 17; Philippa, 14; Robert, 
14, 15 ; Rose, 13-15 ; Sarah, 12-15, I7. 

20, 23; Theodore, 23; Thomas, 13-15, 
17, 19, 20, 25, 26; Valentine, 18; 
William, 12-14, 17, 19, 21, 24, 25. 

Marriage, Ann, 89 ; Robert, 89 ; Susanna, 
89; William, 89. 

Marshall, James, 65 ; Mary, 65. 

Marston, Elizabeth, 90 ; John, 90. 

Marten, Henry, 18. 

Martin,John, 22; Katherine, 48; Richard, 48. 

Martland, Ellen, 65 ; John, 65. 

Martjm, La-titia, 84 ; Mar)', 84 ; Robert, 
84 ; Thomas Waddon, 84 ; WilUam, 84 ; 
William Waddon, 84. 

Mason, Anne, 17; Anthony, 52; Elizabeth, 
17; Elizabeth Penelope, 116; Frances, 
52; Henry Mark, 116; John, 52; Judith, 
115; Robert, 115; WiUiam, 17. 



Massey, George, 51; Mary, 51. 

Matthews, James, 4 ; Mary, 4. 

Maud, Anne, 132; Esther, 85; John, 132; 
Timothy, 85. 

Maude, Anne Isabella, Viscountess 
Hawarden, 116; Sir Cornwallis, Viscount 
Hawarden, 116; Lastilia, 116; Mary, 
116 ; Thomas, Baron de Montalt, 1 16. 

May, Ann, 64. 

Mayhew, John, 37. 

Meade, Joan, 51 ; Sir John, 51. 

Meddcraft, Ann, 143. 

Medlicot, Catherine, 93; Thomas, 93. 

Melhuish, Grace, 128; Roger, 128. 

Meredith, John, 136; Margaret, 136. 

Mericke, William, 18, 24. 

Merrill, Mar)', 97. 

Merry, Sarah, 85 ; Walter, 85. 

Mesrs, Francis, 18. 

Middleton, Anne, 9; Sir Hugh, 9; Roger, 
9; Sarah, 127. 

Midleton, Francis, 18. 

Mildred, Daniel, 86; Sarah, 86. 

Miles, Anis, 25. 

Millett, George, 56; Jane, 56. 

Minchin, Marianne, 57; Thomas Andrew, 

57- 

Mitchell, Bridget, 83; R., 83. 

Molesworth, Mary, 114; Robert, Viscount, 
114. 

Molyneux, Mary, 145; Thomas, 145. 

Monck, Agneta, 115; Alice, 114, II5; 
Ann, 114, 115; Ajin, Lady, 115; Ann, 
Viscountess, 115; Anna Maria, 118; 
Anne Florinda, 1 16 ; Anne Isabella, n6 ; 
Lady Ann Isabella, 114; AnnWilhelmina, 
117; Anthony, 113; Blanche, 113, 115; 
Bridget, Viscountess, 116; Caroline 
Letitia, llS; Charles, 114, 115; Charles 
Joseph Kelly, Viscount and Baron, 1 16 ; 
Charles Stanley, Viscount and Baron, 
115, 117 ; Christian, 113; Dorothy, 117, 
118; Elizabeth, 113-116; Lady Elizabeth 
Louisa Mary, Viscountess, 117; Elizabeth 
Penelope, 1 16; Emilia, 117; Emily, 118; 
Frances Isabella, 1 16 ; Frances, Vis- 
countess, 115; George, 1 14, 1 16 ; George, 
Duke of Albemarle, 113; George Henry, 
114; Georgiana Ellen, 118; Henrietta 
Margaret, 118; Henry, 114, 115; Henry 
Stanley, 116; Henry Stanley, Viscount, 
115, 116; Humphrey, 113; Isabella, 113, 
117; Jane, 113, 116; Joan, 114; John, 1:3, 
117; John Berkeley, 117; Judith, 115; 
Louisa Dorothea, :i8; Mary, 113-115, 
118; Sir Nicholas, 113; Rebecca, :i8; 
Richard, 113, 115; Robert, 113; Sarah, 
114; Stanley, 115; Thomas, 113-115; 
Thomas Stanley, 116; Tyldersley, 113; 
William, 117; William Domville, 116; 
William Stanley, 114. 

Monk, Anthony, 126; Frances, 126. 

Morgan, Mary, 60. 

Mosse, John, 91 ; Mary, 91. 

Motley, James, 119; Susannah, 119. 



158 



Moyle, Phoebe, 131; Robert, 131. 
Murray, Frances, 123; John, 123. 
Musgrave, Cuthbert, 52; Sir Edward, 51; 
Dame Katherine, 51; Mary, 52; Mungo, 

52- 
Mussett, Mary Anne, 37. 
MynshuU, Elizabeth, 147; Thomas, 147. 

Naylor, Martha, 64; Richard, 64. 

Nettleton, Charles, 133; Judith, 133. 

Neve, Robert, 17, 18. 

Nevill, Catherine, 126 ; George, Lord 
Abergavenny, 126. 

Neville, Anne, 134; Cavendish, 134; John, 
134; Katherine, 134. 

Newton, John, 135 ; Margaret, 135 ; 
Sir Peter, 135; Sir Thomas, 131. 

Nicholas, Grace, 56 ; John, 56. 

NichoUs, Ann, 57 ; Caroline Maria, 
58; Charlotte, 57 ; Charlotte Cornish, 57 ; 
Emma, 58 ; Sir George, 56, 58 ; Georgiana 
Elizabeth, 56; Grace, $6, 57; Harriet, 
57 ; Dame Harriet, 56, 58 ; Henry 
George, 56, 58; Jane, 56; Joan, 56; 
John, 56, 57 ; Marianne, 57 ; Mary, 56, 57 ; 
Penelope, 56 ; Prudence, 57 ; Richard, 
56 ; Solomon, 56, 57 ; William, 56, 57. 

Noake, Mary, 139. 

Norfolk, Charles, Duke of, 5, 103, 129; 
Edward, Duke of, 112; Henry, Duke of, 
70; Henry Granville, Duke of, 130. 

Noye, Blanch, 7 ; Edward, 7 

Oliver, Ann, 120-122; Edward, 119, 
120; Elizabeth, 119, 120, 122, 123; 
Frances, 121-124; Harriet Brooke, 124; 
Isabella, 121 ; James Langford, 124 ; 
Jane, 120, 124; Joan, 121; Margaret, 
120, 124; Maria, 122; Mary, 119, 121- 
123; Mary Isabella, 123; Richard, 
119-123; Richard Langford, 121; 
Robert, 119-122; Rowland, 123; Samuel, 
122; Sarah, 120, 123; Susannah, 119; 
Thomas, ug, 121, 123, 124. 

Onslow, Jane, 131. 

Orchard, Ann, 128 ; Dorcas, 6; George, 6; 
Mary, 6; Paul, 128; Rebecca, 128; 
William, 6. 

Ormesby, Edward, 93 ; Sarah, 93. 

Orred, Daniel, 64 ; Margaret, 64. 

Osborne, Helen, 38 ; Henry Trimmer, 39 ; 
John Posford, 38 ; Maud Mary, 39. 

Oswell, Henry Lloyd, 41 ; Mary Elizabeth, 

Otto-Bayer, Bayer, 122, 123 ; Frances, 
122, 123. 

Packharness, Eliza Mary, 15; John, 15. 
Palmer, Joan, 109 ; John, 109 ; Robert, 

28 ; Sarah, 142. 
Pannell, John, in ; Lucy, in. 
Pardoe, Jane, 124; John, -124. 
Parker, Mary, 34, 49 ; Thomas, 34, 49. 
Parkins, Aden, 60 ; Mary, 5o. 



Parsons, Ann Frances, 40. 

Patmer, John, 47 ; Petronill (Margaret), 
46 ; Philip, 47. 

Pattenson, Brian, 10 ; Christian, 10. 

Paull, Hannah, 30; Mary, 30; Richard, 30. 

Pawley, Judith, 128 ; WiUiam, 128. 

Payne, Capel, 10 ; Catherine, 10. 

Peake, Elizabeth, 14, 21. 

Pearse, John, 53 ; Maria Anne, 53. 

Pearson, Dorothy, 13 ; John, 13, 19, 20. 

Pease, Eleanor, 146. 

Pender, Mary, 7 ; Peter, 7. 

Penrose, Betty, 7 ; Sir Charles Vinicombe, 
8 ; Elizabeth, 8 ; Jane, 7 ; John, 7 ; 
William, 7- 

Penruddocke, Agnes, 50; Alexander, 50; 
Ann, 55 ; Dame Ann, 51 ; Anne Henri- 
etta, 53, 55 ; Anthony, 50 ; Antonio, 
50 ; Arundel, 53, 54 ; Charles, 50- 
55; Dorothy, 52; Edward, 50-55; Sir 
Edward, 51 ; Elinsa, 52 ; Elizabeth, 50, 
52, 54, 55; Dame Elizabeth, 51 ; Frances, 
52, 53, 55 ; George, 51-55 ; Sir George, 

50, 51 ; Henrietta Stratford, 53 ; Henry, 
5°. 52, 53 ; Jane, 50-55 ; Jasper, 51 ; 
Joan, 50, 52, 54, 55 ; Dame Joan, 
51; John, 50-53; Sir John, 50-54; 
John Hungerford, 53 ; Joyce, 50 ; 
Juliana, 55 ; Katherine, 51, 52; Lcetitia, 
53-55 ; Lucy, 50, 55 ; Sir Manwood, 51 ; 
Maria Anne, 53 ; Martha, 54 ; Mary, 52- 
55 ; Dame Mary, 51 ; Priscilla Sarah, 
55 ; Robert, 50-52 ; Sir Robert, 51 ; 
Sarah, 52, 54 ; Dame Susan, 50 ; 
Thomas, 50, 52-55 ; Sir Thomas, 50 ; 
Dame Ursula, 50; Walter, 51 ; William, 

51, 52 ; Wyndham, 55. 

Percival, Elizabeth, 64 ; James, 64; Joseph, 
64 ; Margaret, 64 ; Martha, 64 ; Peter, 
64 ; Thomas, 64. 

Perryn, Thomas, 10. 

Pershal, Amy, 94. 

Phillips. Elizabeth C, 16 ; Mary, 87 ; 
Robert, 87 ; Thomas, 87. 

Phillipson, Mary, no; William, no. 

Phipps, Sarah, 60. 

Pickles, Grace, 65 ; Edward, 65. 

Pickstock, Jane, 137 ; Richard, 137. 

Piggott, Charlotte Maria, 61 ; Henrietta, 
61 ; William, 61. 

Pile, Elizabeth, 54 ; Thomas, 54. 

Pilkington, Dame Amy, 131 ; Ann, 132, 
134; Dame Ann, 132; Sir Arthur, 131; 
Barbara, 131 ; Charles, 132, 133 ; 
Dorothea, 134; Eglington, 133; Eliza- 
beth, 1 33 ; Dame Ellen, 131; Frances, 131; 
Grace, 131; Harrison, 132, 134; Dame 
Isabella, 133; James, 133; Dame Jane, 
131; John, 132, 133; Dame Judith, 133; 
Katherine, 133, 134; Dame Lennox, 131 ; 
Sir Lionel, 132, 134; Sir Lyon, 131, 
132; Mary, 131-133; Sir Michael, 133; 
Moyle, 131 ; Phcebe, 131 ; Dame Pha;bc, 
131 ; Richard, 131 ; Rosamund, 132 ; 
Sarah, 132 ; Thomas, 131, 133- 



159 



Pinnock, Anne, 138. 

Plowman, Elizabeth, 14, 15; Henry, 14, 15. 

Pocklington, Catherine, 2 ; Oliver, 2. 

Pocock, Honor, 83 ; Thomas, 83. 

Polkinghome, Francis, 102. 

Pollard, Joan, 126; Sir Lewis, 126; Sarah, 

132 ; Thomas, 132. 
Pomeroy, Elizabeth, 102; John, 102. 
Pomery, Ann, 125; Edward, 125; Thomas, 

125- 
Pomfret, Bridget, 92 ; Samuel, 92. 
Ponsonby, Ann, 114; Henry, 114. 
Pope, Jeremiah, 4; Mary, 4, 59; Samuel, 

59- 
Porter, James, 121; Joan, 121. 
Portland, Henr)', Duke of, 114. 
Pottle, Henry, 60; Rachel, 60. 
Powell, Lucy, 135; Richard, 135. 
Praed, Jane, 8 ; William, 8. 
Prance, William Henry, 8. 
Pretj*man, Amelia, 29 ; George Thomas, 29. 
Ptiaulx, Martha, I; William, I. 
Price, Sarah, 4. 

Prideaux, Sir Edmund, 102; Mary, 102. 
Priestman, Rachel, 86; Thomas, 86. 
Proctor, Anne, 27 ; France, 27 ; Francis, 

27; George, 27; Harriet, 28; Jane, 27; 

Mary, 27; William, 27. 
Pugh, Joyce, 138; Rebecca, 91; Thomas, 

138. 
Pulman, James, 130. 
Pye, Dorothy, 92; John, 92. 

Quin, Ann, 115; Henry, 115. 

Rackham, Barbara, 85 ; Simon, 85. 
Ramey, Elizabeth, 149; John, 149. 
Ramsden, Sir John, 132 ; Mary, 132 ; 

Rosamund, 132 ; William, 132. 
Rashleigh, Charles, 102. 
Ratcliffe, Elizabeth, 145; John, 145. 
Rawstorne, Elizabeth, 133; Isabella, 133; 

William, 133. 
Reed, Ann, 115; Isabel, 140; Jane, 140; 

John, 140. 
Reeve, Susan, 62. 

Reresby, Barbara, 131; Lionel, 131. 
Rice, Hugh, 35; Rose, 35. 
Richardson, Samuel, 146. 
Ridley, Sarah, 68 ; WilUam, 68. 
Righ, Elizabeth, 141; Richard, 141. 
Rivington, Anna, 148; Charles, 146-148; 

Charlotte, 148 ; Eleanor, 146 ; Elianor 

Charlotte, 148 ; Elizabeth, 146-148 ; 

Elizabeth Miller, 146 ; Frances Anne, 

148 ; Francis, 146, 147 ; George, 147 ; 

Henr)', 14S ; James, 147 ; Jane, 147 ; 

John, 146-148; Joseph, 148; Margaret, 

146 ; Marj-, 146 ; Pease, 146, 147 ; 

Robert, 14S; Sarah, 148; Susannah, 

147, 148; Thomas, 146, 147; Thurstan, 

146. 
Roberts, Elizabeth, 66; Henr)-, 66; Sarah, 

66. 
Robins, Caroline, 7 ; Dorothy, 7 ; Thomas, 7. 



Robinson, Ann, i ; Elizabeth, 88 ; 

Henrietta, 6t : John, 61; Joshua, 88; 

Sarah, 52; William, I. 
Rochester, John, Earl of, 94. 
Rockell, Margaret, 46; Robert j 46. 
Roden, Jocelyn, Earl of, 33. 
Rodes, Frances, 131 ; Francis, 131. 
Rogers, George, 138 ; Joyce, 138 ; Penelope, 

56. 
Rokell, Margaret, 33; Robert, 33. 
Roper, Christopher, 90 ; Katherine, go ; 

Thomas, Viscount Baltinglass, 90. 
Rose, Ann Frances, 40; Francis, 40. 
Rouse, Honor, 84; OUver, 84. 
Rowe, Mary, loi ; Thomas, IDI. 
Royds, AUce, 143 ; Ann, 143, 144 ; 

Charles, 144 ; Charles Smith, 145 ; 

Charles Twemlow, 145; Clement, 144; 

Dauntesey, 145; Deborah, 143; Edward, 

145 ; Elizabeth, 144, 145 ; Ellen, 145 ; 

Emily, 145; Frances, 145; Harriet, 145; 

James, 143-145; Jane, 144, 145; John, 

143-145; John Gilbert, 145; Lucy Anne, 

145; Slarj', 143-145; Mary Anne, 145; 

Robert, 143; Sarah, 143; Susan, 143; 

Susannah, 114; Thomas, 144, 145; 

William, 144. 
Russell, Gertrude, 90 ; Thomas, 90. 
Ryley, William, 5. 

Sadocke, John, 113; Mar)', 113. 

St. Leger, Dame Catherine, 126; Frances, 
126; Sir John, 126. 

Salmon, Elizabeth, 42; Thomas William, 
42. 

Salter, Abel, 30; Ann, 31 ; Anne Isabella 
Tumour, 30; Betty, 31; Caroline Eliza, 
30; Charlotte Augusta, 30; Edwin James, 
30; Eliza, 30; Eliza Bell, 30; Elizabeth, 
31 ; Emily Susanna, 30 ; George PauU, 
31 ; Hannah, 30, 31; Henry Hyde, 30; 
James, 30, 31; James Henrj-, 30; John 
Morgan, 30; Laura Emma, 31; Love, 
30; Love Thompson, 30 ; Marianna, 31; 
Martha, 31 ; Mary, 31 ; Rebecca, 30, 31 ; 
Robert, 31 ; Samuel, 30, 31 ; Samuel 
James Augustus, 30 ; Sarah, 30, 31; 
Thomas, 30, 31; Thomas Bell, 30; 
William, 30. 

Sandys, Jane, 8 ; Sampson, S. 

Saunders, Edmund, 35 ; Elizabeth, 108, 
112 ; Jane, 35 ; Mary, 4 ; Thomas, 108, 
112 ; William, 4. 

Savage, Benjamin, 139 ; James, 139 ; John, 
139; Joseph, 139; Margaret Wood, 139; 
Mary, 139; Sarah, 139; Thomas, 139; 
William, 139. 

.Savile, Barbara, 131 ; Robert, 131. 

Sayer, Frances, 4 ; John, 87 ; Richard 
Paul, 4 ; Winifred, 87. 

Scarborough, Richard, Earl of, 112; Rose, 

13- 

Scott, Ann, 60 ; Barbara, 85 ; Charles 
Lionel, 40 ; Ellen, 85 ; Favill, 85 ; 
James, 85 ; Mary Maria, 85 ; Sarah, 40. 



160 



Scott-Gattye, Alfred Scott, 42. 

Seaborn, Elinsa, 52. 

Serle, Ambrose, i ; Martha, i. 

Shakelton, Catherine, 93. 

Shakwell, Robert, 22, 23. 

Shannon, Lord, 129. 

Shaw, Deborah, 143. 

Shuckburgh, Elizabeth, 61 ; Sir John, 61. 

Simpson, EHzabeth, 14 ; Frances, 105 ; 
John, 14, 31, 105; Mary, 31; Robert, 
31 ; Sarah, 31. 

Skelton, J., 55; Priscilla Sarah, 55. 

Skipwith, Susan, 91 ; William, 91. 

Smalley, Ellen, 65 ; John, 65. 

Smallwood, Margaret Wood, 139; Mary, 
97- 

Smith, Ann, 144 ; Charles, 144, 145 ; 
Elizabeth, 52, 145; Frances, 16; George, 
131 ; Joan, 56; John William, 16; Lennox, 
131 ; Mary, 123, 144; Rebecca, 85, 128; 
Thomas, 52, 56 ; Wavell, 123 ; William, 
123. 

Smyth or Smythe, Emily, 118; Robert, 25, 
26; William Barlow, 118. 

Snee, Emilia, 117; Sarah, 117. 

Somers, Benjamin, 4; Edward, 4; Frances, 
4 ; John, 4 ; Mary, 4 ; Mary Ann, 4 ; 
Richard, 4 ; Sarah, 4. 

Sparrow, Sarah, 39 ; Simon, 39. 

Speed, Daniel, 7 ; Mary, 7. 

Spernon, Prudence, 8. 

Stamp, Elizabeth, 94 ; William, 94. 

Stanley, Sarah, 114; Sir Thomas, 114. 

Staples, Alexander, 116; Jane, 116. 

Starke, Rachel, 59. 

Stebbing, John, 63 ; Lydia, 63. 

Stovin, Elianor Charlotte, 148; James, 148. 

Stratford, Frances, 55; Henry, 55. 

Stucley, Ann, 125; Dennis, 127, 128; 
Dame Elizabeth, 125, 126; Frances, 126; 
Dame Frances, 126 ; George Stucley, 
130; Honor, 126; Hugh, 125; Sir 
Hugh, 126; Joan, 125; Dame Joan, 
126; John, 126; Katherine, 125; Lewis, 
126, 127, 129; Sir Lewis, 126; Margaret, 
125; Mary, 126; Nicholas, 125; Richard, 
125 ; Roger, 125 ; Sarah, 127-129 ; 
Susanna, 127, 129; Thomas, 125-127; 
Sir Thomas, 125, 126; Thomasine, 125; 
William, 125. 

Sumpter, Elizabeth, 150; Thomas, 150. 

Surrey, Charles Howard, Earl of, 103. 

Sutton, Maud, 46; Sir John, 46. 

Syer, Elizabeth, 62 ; John, 62 ; Mary, 62. 

Sykes, Charlotte, 66; James, 66. 

Tash, George, 27 ; Jane, 27. 

Taylor, Jane, 95 ; John, 93. 95 ; Margaret, 93. 

Thistlethwayte, Alexander, 52; Dorothy, 

52 ; Mary, 51. 
Thomas, Catherine ap, 137; David ap, 137. 
Thompson, Ann, 30; Catherine, 95 ; 

Edward, 95 ; James, 30; John, 63 ; Love, 

30 ; Mary, 63 ; Sarah, 14, 30 ; Thomas, 

30- 



Thoyts, Joan, 109; William, log. 

Tirwhit,' Elizabeth, 131; Robert, 131. 

Tomkins, Martin, 22. 

Tower, Amelia, 29; Caroline, 29; Charles, 
29 ; Christopher, 27, 28 ; Christopher 
Thomas, 28; Edward, 29; Elizabeth, 27- 
29; Fanny, 29; Frances, 27; Frances 
Elizabeth, 27 ; George, 29; Harriet, 28; 
Henry, 29; Isabella Judith, 29; Jane, 27; 
John, 29 ; Maria, 29; Mary, 27 ; Thomas, 
27, 28 ; William, 29. 

Townley, Sir Charles, iii, 112. 

Townrow, Elizabeth, 92. 

Tregwithen, John, 8 ; Margaret, 8. 

Trench, Frances, 11$; William Power 
Keating, Earl of Clancarty, 115. 

Trewbody, Catherine, loi ; Samuel, loi. 

Tuke, Ann, 85 ; Elizabeth, 85, 86; Esther, 
85 ; Henry, 85 ; John, 85, 86 ; Margaret, 

85 ; Mary, 86; Mary Maria, 85 ; Rachel, 

86 ; Rebecca, 85, 86 ; Samuel, 85, 86 ; 
Sarah, 85, 86 ; William, 85, 86. 

Turner, Elizabeth, 120; Thomas, 120. 
Tutt, Francis, 14 ; Sarah, 14. 
Twemlow, Elizabeth, 145 ; Francis, 145 ; 
Mary Anne, 145; Thomas Fletcher, 145. 
Tyeth, Ellen, 68; W. S., 68. 
Tyson, Mary, 4. 

Upcher, Abbot, 149, 150; Augusta Abigail, 
150; Hon"" Charlotte, 1 50; Edmund,lS0; 
Elizabeth, 149; Emily, 150; Hannah, 
149 ; Harriet, 149 ; John, 149 ; Maria, 
149, 150; Mary, 149, 150; Peter, 149; 
Philip, 149; Ramey, 150; Robert, 149, 
150; Susan, 149; Thomas, 149. 

Urrick, Jane, 10 ; John, 10. 

Vallis, Love, 30 ; Samuel, 30 ; Sarah, 30. 
Van Horn, Elizabeth, 147. 
Vassell, Elizabeth, 123; John, 123. 
Vaughan, John, Viscount Lisburne, 94 ; 

Malet, 94. 
Vernon, Lsetitia, 116. 
Villers, Sarah, 60. 
Vincent, Elizabeth, 12; William, 12. 

Waddon, Alice, 81, 82 ; Ann, 83 ; Benjamin, 
83 ; Bridget, 82, 83 ; Catherine, 82 ; 
Dennis, 84 ; Edward, 82-84 ; Eleanor, 

82 ; Elizabeth, 82, 83 ; Emblin, 82 ; 
Embling, 83 ; Eulalia, 81 ; Grenville, 
84; Honor, 81, 83, 84; Isaac, 83, 84; 
James, 82 ; Joan, 82, 83 ; John, 81, 82 ; 
Judith, 82 ; Katherine, 82 ; Lxlitia, 84 ; 
Margaret, 82, 83 ; Maria, 83 ; Mary, 81, 

83 ; Mathias, 83 ; Nathaniel, 83 ; Peter, 
82 ; Philip, 83 ; Prudence, 8r, 82 ; 
Richard, 82, 83 ; Sarah, 83 ; Thomas, 
81-83; Thomasin, 83; Timothy, 82; 
William, 83. 

Wagstaffe, Hannah, 15; John, 15. 
Wainforlh, Deborah, 105; Thomas, 105. 
Walcot, Augusta Iva Mary, no; Edmund, 
no. 



161 



Walker, Ann, I ; Elizabeth, 133 ; Samuel, 

133 ; Thomas, I. 
Wallace, Rosetta, 42 ; William, 42. 
Wallis, Henry, 55; Lucy, 55. 
Walmsley, Dorothy, 66 ; Elizabeth, 66 ; 

Thomas, 66. 
Waple, John, 91 ; Margaret, gi. 
Ward, Ann, 85 ; John, 85. 
Warner, Alice, 108; Edward, 54; Henry, 

108; Lettice, 108; Sarah, 54. 
Warwick, Earl of, I ; Sarah, 12. 
Waterford, George de la Poer, Marquis of, 

114; Elizabeth, Marchioness of, 114. 
Watkins, Ann, 122; John, 122. 
Watson, Jane, 144; John, 144; Susan, 50. 
Webb, Ann Wilhelmina, 117; Daniel 

James, 117. 
Webster, Hugh, 18. 
Velby, Susan, 35; Sir William, 35. 
Wentworth, Ann, 132; Dorothea, 134; 

Godfrey, 134 ; Katherine, 134 ; Sir 

Michael, 132; Sir Nicholas, 48; William, 

134- 

West, Elizabeth, 92 ; Thomas, 92. 

Wheeler, Elizabeth, 86; Joshua, 86; 
Susannah, 148; Thomas, 148. 

Wheelwright, Mary, 91. 

Whetstone, Dame Mary, 4; Sir William, 4. 

Whichcote, Francis, 27. 

Whitbread, Charlotte Matilda, 41 ; 
Edmund Salter, 41. 

White, Ann, 83 ; Charlotte, 57 ; Daniel, 
57 ; Frances Ethel Gertrude, 38 ; John, 
38, 83. 

Whittenbury, Elizabeth, 65 ; William, 65. 

Whitticars, Ann, 96; Ralph, 96. 

Wilbraham, Martha, 13 ; Randall, 13, 17, 18. 

Wilder, Agnes, 107, 108 ; Alice, 107- 
109; Amy, 108; Ann, no; Augusta, 
III; Augusta Iva Mary, no; Beaufoy, 
109, no; Charlotte, no; Charlotte 
Beaufoy, no ; Eleanor, 108 ; Eliza- 
beth, 107 - no, n2 ; Francis Boyle 
Shannon, 1 n ; George Lodowick, 1 10 ; 
Harriet, 109 ; Harriet Amelia, n I ; 
Harriet Ann, no; Henry, 108, 109, 112; 
Isabel, 107; Jane, no; Joan, 107, 109; 
John, 107-109, in, 112; Lucy, no, 
in; Margaret, 108; Mary, 108, 
1 10 ; Mary Ann, in; Nicholas, 107 ; 
Richard, loS ; Richard Boyle, no; 
Thomas, 107, 108; William, 107-109. 



Williams, John, 135 ; Mary, 135. 
Willington, Bridget, 116; John, 116. 
Willink, William Williamson, 56. 
Willmott, James, 24. 
Wilson, Hon"' Charlotte, 150; Elizabeth, 

Lady Bemers, 150 ; Henry, Baron 

Bemers, 150; Isabella, 117; Thomas 

Maunsell, 117. 
Winch, EUzabeth, 91. 
Winstanley, James, 102 ; Mary, 102. 
Witham, William, 36. 
Wolfenden, Alice, 143. 
Wood, Elizabeth, 113, 125; Emma Martha, 

2 ; Thomas, 2 ; Sir Thomas, 125. 
Woodeson, Sarah, 120; William, 120. 
Woodford, Richard, 20, 26. 
Woodroofe, Ann, 1-3; Catharine, 2; 

Catherine, 2; Charles, 2; Elizabeth, 1-3; 

Emma Martha, 2 ; Essex, 2 ; James, 3 ; 

Jane, 3 ; John, 2, 3 ; Martha, I, 3 ; 

Mary, I ; Nathaniel, 1-3 ; Nathaniel 

George, 2 ; Robert, 3 ; Sarah, 2 ; 

Thomas, 1,2; William, i, 3. 
Woods, Sir Albert William, 70. 
Woodward, Frances, 105 ; Thomas Jenkin- 

son, 105. 
Woolridge, Joan, 83 ; Thomas, 83. 
Worsley, Martha, 64. 
Wright, Martha, 96 ; Thomas, 96. 
Wyatt, Elizabeth, 88 ; Jabez, 88 ; Mary, 

88 ; Sara, 88 ; Thomas, 88. 
Wylde, Margaret, 10 ; Thomas, 10. 
Wyndham, Anne Henrietta, 53 ; Anmdel, 

54 ; Frances, 53 ; Henry, 54 ; Wadham, 

53 ; WiUiam, 53. 



Yelson, Mar}', 25. 

Young, Agnes, 140; Anne, 141 ; Barbara, 140; 
Bryan, 140; Catherine, 141; Sir Charles 
George, 130 ; Christopher, 140, 141 ; 
Dorothy, 141, 142 ; Eleanor, 141 ; Eliza- 
beth, 140, 141 ; EUinor, 140; George 
Chilton Lambton, 141, 142 ; Hannah, 
141; Isabel, 140; Jane, 140; Lionel, 

141 ; Margaret, 140, 141 ; Margaret 
Louisa, 142; Mar)', 141; Ralph, 140; 
Robert, 140, 141 ; Robert Chilton 
Lambton, 142; Sarah, 140, 142; Thomas, 
140, 141 ; Thomas Chilton Lambton, 

142 ; William, 140. 
Younge, Joan, 55 ; John, 55. 



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