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THE LIBRARY 

OF 

THE UNIVERSITY 

OF CALIFORNIA 

LOS ANGELES 



One Hundred and Fifty copies only 
of the Eighth Volume of ''Notes" to 
the ''Visitation of Efigland and Wales" 
have been printed at my Private Press. 
This copy is No. 41 

" Grove Park Press," 

270 Walworth Road, S.E. 



Ptsitatton 
Cnglanti anti Wales 

EDITED BY 

FREDERICK ARTHUR CRISP 



NOTES 

VOL. 8 



PRIVATELY PRINTED 
1909 



^c s 

CONTENTS. 



DEEDS. 

PACE 

Atl.ims Family . . . . . . • • 88 

Certificate of Denization of Peter Allix and his Family, l68g . . lOO 
Declaration by the Bishops regarding the " History of the Councils," by 

Dr. Peter Allix, 1699 ....... loi 

Exemption granted to Israel Allix du Val, 1597 .... 99 

Extracts from two MS. volumes of Scdgcley Court Rolls . . . 152 

Licence to I'eter Allix and his Family to leave France, 1685 . . 100 

Marriage Settlements between John Dickin and S.arah Adams, 1713 . 87 
Marriage Settlements between Thomas Coke and Lady Margaret Tufton, 

171S ......... 116 

Marriage Settlements between Thomas Gibbins .ind Anne Parkeshouse, 1622 152 

Marriage Settlements between William Gibbons and Ann Homer, 1677 . 153 
Marriage Settlements between Thomas Gibbons and Margaret Pershouse, 

1680 ......... 153 

Marriage Settlements between Edward Gibbons and Mary Piddock, 1722 . 154 



MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTION. 



Moore Family 



PEDIGREES. 







PAGE 








PAGE 


Adams 


84 


Gresley of Drakelow, co. Derby 


68 


AUgood 


175 


Gresley of Netherseale, 


CO. 




Allix . 


96 


Leicester 






79 


Armitage 


17 


Hatchett 






102 


Babington of Rothley Temple 




Haworth 






89 


CO. Leicester 


44 


Heberden 






162 


Babington of Curborough, co 




Middlemore 






22 


Stafford . 


52 


Middlemore of 


^usby, 


CO. 




Bury . 


191 


Lincoln 






29 


Bury of Linwood Grange, co 




Moore 






59 


Lincoln . 


19s 


Morris 


. 




92 


Cave of Stanford, co. North 




Pack . 


. 




117 


ampton 


122 


Phipps 






156 


Cave of Stretton-en-le-Field 




Rawson 






10 


CO. Derby 


137 


Spooner 






140 


CoUyer 


118 


Spooner, Barbara 


Maternal 




Colman 




105 


Descent of 






144 


Coke . 




108 


Strickland 






179 


Cotton 




164 


Wheler of Martin 


lussingt 


ree, 




Cremer 




171 


CO. Worcester 






32 


Danvers 




3 


Wheler of Leamingl 


on Hastings, 




Dudderidge 




I 


CO. Warwick 






35 


Drake 




65 


Wheler of Whitley, 


CO. Warwick 


40 


Fellowes 




55 


Wheler of Ryding 


Court, 


CO. 




Gerard of Bryn, co. Lancaste 


r 185 


Buckingham 






42 


Gibbons 




146 


Woodd 






166 



12Sevl55 



WILL, 



William Gibbins, 1683 



PACE 
"54 



WOODCUTS OF ARMS AND SEALS. 





PAGE 


Adams 


84, 88 


AUgood 


175 


Babington 


44, 53 


Cave .... 


122 


Cave, Baronet, quartering Browne 137 


Collyer quartering Bedingfeld . 


iiS 


Colman 


IOC 


Coke . . . . 112, 116 


Cradock and Newton quarterly. 




impaling Wharton . 


116 


Cremer 


171 


Danvers, quartering 2 Brancestre, 




3 Verney, 4 Stradling 


3 


Fellowes 


55 


Gibbons 


146 


Gresley, Baronet 


68, 79 


Haworth 


89 


Heberden 


162 


Middlemore, quartering 2 Edg- 




baston, 3 Hawkeslow 


22 


Moore 


61,63 



Newdegate, quartering 2 Mai- 
mains, 3 Echingham, 4 
Swanhind, 5 Backworth, 
6 .Samford, 7 Rokcsley, 
8 Knowles, t) Nevill, 10 
Ncvill, 1 1 Hulmer, 12 Ingle- 
bert, 13 Hilton, 14 Burden, 
15 Cresacre, 16 Cradock, 
17 Cave, 18 Gilliott, 19 
Fitton, 20 (?) B.agot 

Owen and Bulkeley, quarterly 

1 and 4, quartering 

2 Hatchett, 3 Bulkeley 
Pack . 
Rawson 

Strickland, Baronet 
Tufton, quartering 2 Sackville; 

3 Clifford, 4 X'ipont 
WTieler 

Wheler, Baronet 
Woodd 



124 



102 

117 

10 

179 



116 

32, 40, 42 

35 

166 



NOTES. 



Pedigree of Dnddevidge. 



Dodderidge. 

[Vol. 8, p. 52] 



Richard Dudderidge, bur. at= 
Norton Fitzwarren, co. Somerset, 
25 April 1730. 



=Elizabeth, bur. at 
Norton Fitzwarren 
9 November 1729. 



John Dudderidge of=i=Joan Pine, marr. 
Norton Fitzwarren ; at Norton Fitz- 
bapt. there 26 De- warren 3 July 
ceniber 1692; bur. 1715; bur. there 
at Norton Fitzwarren 10 August 1729. 
29 May 1730. 



I 
William Dudderidge,=f=Elizabeth Hill, dau. of William 
Hill of Norton Fitzwarren ; 
bapt. there 4 March 169I ; 
marr. at Norton Fitzwarren 
6 February 172I ; bur. there 
21 May 1783. 



bapt. at Norton Fitz- 
warren I June 1696 ; 
bur. there 13 February 
1785- 



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Elizabeth, bapt. Richard Dudderidge of Norton=j=Rachael Norcote, 
at Norton Fitz- Fitzwarren ; bapt. at Norton marr. at Norton 
warren 5 June Fitzwarren 30 July 1704; bur. 
1700. there i August 1776. 

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Fitzwarren 27 

September 1730. 



Mary Dudderidge, William Dudderidge of=j=Elizabeth, bur. at Elizabeth Dudderidge, 



bapt. at Norton Norton Fitzwarren ; bapt. 



Fitzwarren 5 No- 
vember 1716 ; bur. 
at Hill Farrance, 
CO. Somerset, 13 
February 1780. 



there 14 April 17 18; bur. 
at Norton Fitzwarren 13 
February 1785. 



Norton Fitzwarren bapt. at Norton Fitz- 



21 May 1783. 



warren 27 January 172°; 
bur. at Bishops Hull, co. 
Somerset, 31 December 
1784. 



John Dudderidge of=T=Anne (Nancy), 



Langford, in Norton 
Fitzwarren ; bapt. at 
Norton Fitzwarren 12 
October 1744 ; bur. 
there 24 November 
1824. 



died aged 102, 
bur. at Norton 
Fitzwarren 1 3 
February 1836. 



I 
Mary I )udderidge, 
bapt. at Norton 
Fitzwarren 22 Au- 
gust 1749; died 
aged 82, bur. at 
Norton Fitzwarren 
25 November 1829. 



John Coles=j=Betty, bapt. at 
of Norton Norton Fitzwarren 
Fitzwarren. i February 175"; 
marr. there 1 7 
October 1774. 



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John Dudderidge of Norton= 
Fitzwarren and Kingston, co. 
Somerset ; bapt. at Norton 
Fitzwarren 21 June 1723; bur. 
at Kingston 29 June 1800. 



=Elizabeth Collard, marr. Richard Dudderidge of Norton 

at Kingston 9 December P'itz warren ; bapt. at Norton Fitz- 

1753 ; bur. there 18 warren 23 September 1726. 
October 1789. 



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Sarah, bapt. at John Dudderidge, bapt. at=j=Anne Coles, dau. of George Coles of Norton 



Norton Fitzwarren Norton Fitzwarren 19 May 
5 July 1752. 1754; died aged 63, bur. at 

Norton Fitzwarren 2 March 

1817. 



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Fitzwarren, by Mary his wife : marr. at 
Norton Fitzwarren 25 May 1778; died, 
aged 91, bur. at Norton Fitzwarren 26 
March 1844. 



of Norton 
warren. 



William Taylor=j=Sarah, bapt. at 
of Norton Fitz- Norton Fitz- 
warren 25 De- 
cember 1755 ; 
marr. there 15 
July 1781. 



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George Dudderidge of= 
Norton Fitzwarren and 
Allarford, co. Somerset ; 
bapt. at Norton Fitzwarren 
6 November 1757; died 
at Hill Common, co. 
Somerset, at the residence 
of his eldest daughter, 
Martha Hayes, aged 75, 
bur. at Hill Farrance, co. 
Somerset, 4 March 1832. 



=Fanny Jennings, eldest dau. 
of Robert Jennings of Hill 
Farrance, by his wife, Alice 
Shoplin of the same place ; 
bapt. at Hill Farrance 21 
March 1760; marr. there 12 
April 1784; died at Allarford, 
aged 65, 30 April, bur. at Hill 
Farrance 8 May 1825. 



(For issue see "Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. VIII., page 52.) 




Pedigree of Danvers. 



Danvers. 

I Vol. 8, p. 60.] 



Sir John Danvers of Dauntsey, co.=j"Anne Stradling, dau. of John 



Wilts, knight (2nd son of Richard 
Danvers of I'rcscote, co. Oxford, 
gent, hy Ehzabeth his wife, dau. 
of John Langston of Caversficld, 
CO. lUickingham) ; succeeded his 
lather at Cuhvorth in 1488, and 
his brother Richard at I'rescote, in 
1505; Sheriff of co. Northampton 
27 December 1494, and of co. 
Wilts 1503 and 15 13; Knight of 
the Sword at the marriage of Prince Arthur 1 7 November 
1501; died 4 January 151I, bur. at Dauntsey. M.I. Will 
dated 2 January 151I, proved 24 January 151I (P.C.C. 
4 Holder). Inq. p. m. taken at Towcester 30 October 1520 
(C. Vol. 3S, No. 4S). 



Stradling of Dauntsey, esquire, 
by Alice his wife, dau. of 
Edward Langford ; sister and 
heir of Edward Stradling ; 
aged 2, II Edward IV ; 
marr. at St. Martin's-le Grand, 
London, 13 December 1487 ; 
died 29 December 1539, 
bur. at Daunt.sey. M.I. Will 
dated 20 November 1539, 
proved 21 January i5io, 
(P.C.C. I Alengcr.) Inq. p. m. 
taken at Marlborough 30 May 
1540 {C. Vol. 62, No. S). 



Thomas Danvers of=pMargaret Courtenay, dau. of Sir 



Dauntsey, esquire ; 
died 9 October 1532. 
Inq. p. m. taken at 
Lostwithiel 27 Sep- 
tember 1535 (C. 
Vol. j<;, No. 20). /t\ 



William Courtenay of Powderham, 
CO. Devon, by Cicely his wife, dau. 
of Sir John Cheney ; marriage settle- 
ments dated 30 June 1510; living 
27 September 1535. 



Richard Danvers of the Inner 
Temple, London ; executor 
to his father's will 24 January 
i5i|;died 17 July 151 7, bur. 
in the Temple Church. M.I. 



William Danvers of Culworth,= 
CO. Northampton, esquire ; 
executor to his mother's will 
21 January i5jj ; died 20 
June 1544. Intj. p. m. taken 
at Towcester i October 1544 
{C. Vol. 77, No. Sq). 



=Elizabeth Fiennes, dau. 
of Richard Fiennes, 4th 
Lord Saye and Sele, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. 
of Richard Croft of 
Chipping Norton, co. 
Oxford. 



John Danvers of=j=Margery Blount, 



Tokenham, co. 
Wilts, gent ; men- 
tioned in his 
mother's will 20 
November 1539; 
living 31 August 
1558. /is 



dau. of- Blount 
ofMangotsfield, 
CO. Gloucester ; 
living 20 No- 
vember 1539. 



John Danvers of Culworth,= 
gent ; aged 19 years, 49 
weeks, 20 June 1544 ; died 
4 August 1 556. Will proved 
7 August 1556 (P.C.C. II 
Ketchyti). Inq. p. m. taken 
at Daventry 18 January 
iSSf (C. Vol. loS, No. 71). 



=Dorothy Raynsford, dau. of Sir William 
Raynsford of Great Tew, co. Oxford, 
knight, by jane his wife, dau. of John 
Osbaldiston of Chadlington, co. Oxford ; 
mentioned in will of Sir Thomas Benger 
25 June 1572 ; living 10 February 157^. 
She marr. 2ndly Sir Thomas Benger of 
Manningford, co. Wilts. 



Thomas Danvers, men- 
tioned in will of his 
grandmother. Dame 
Anne Danvers, 20 No- 
vember 1539; living 
1556. 



Samuel Danvers of Culworth, esquire: aged 6 years, 6 months,=j=Anne Piggott, dau. and heir of 



4 August 1556 ; joined with other members of his family in 
a petition to Chancery dated 7 May 1585, for the admission 
of their sons to Winchester as Founders' kin (C.P. Eliz. 
D- 7, 34); died 24 February 159!. Administration granted 
21 March 159! (P.C.C.) Inq. p. m. taken at Towcester 
12 April 1599 (C. Vol. 25S, No. 72). 



Leonard Piggott of Whaddon, 
CO. Buckingham, by Margaret 
his wife, dau. of John Giffard ; 
administratrix to her husband 
21 March i59J5 ; marr. 2ndly 
Henry Fynche of Kempley, co. 
Gloucester. 



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John Fetip!ace=j=Dorothy, executrix=j=; 



of East Shef- 
ford, CO. Berks, 
esquire; died in 
1524, bur.at East 
Shefford. ^ViIl 
dated 16 August 
1524, proved 
21 November 
1524 (P.C.C. 
28 Bodfelde). 
1st husband. 



to her husband's 
will 21 November 
1524, and to that 
of her mother 
21 January isf^; 
bur. at East Shef- 
ford. Will dated 
8 August 1559, 
proved 5 February 
i5f4 (P.C.C. 12 
Mclkrshe). 



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Sir Anthony Hunger- 
ford of Down Ampney, 
CO. G loucester, kn igh t ; 
executor to will of 
his wife's mother 21 
January isH; bur. 
at Great Bedwin, co. 
Wilts. Will dated 
31 August 1558, 
proved 4 March 155I- 
( P.C.C. 47 Welles). 
He marr. istly Jane 
Darell. 2nd husband. 



Sir John Abarrow= 
of Dicheat, co. 
Somerset ; men- 
tioned in will of 
his wife's mother 
20 November 
1539- 



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=Elizabeth, men- 
tioned in her 
mother's will 
20 November 
1539- 



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Robert Barker=i=Mary, marr. HenrySacheverel=j=Dorothy, marr. 



of Culworth, after 1556; of Kibworth, co. 
CO. Northamp- died before Leicester (son of 



ton; living 7 7 May 1585. Sir Henry Sache 
May 1585. verel of Morley, 

CO. Derby); living 
A 7 May 1585. ^ 



before 1556 ; 
living 7 May 

1585- 



George Blount= 
of Wigginton, 
CO. Oxford ; 
living 7 May 
1585"- 



=Ann, marr. 
before 1556; 
living 7 May 
1585- 



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Daniel Dan vers of Much=i=Susannah Pope, dau. of John Anthony Dillon=j=Temperance, 
Baldon, co. Oxford, 
gent ; of Horley, co. 
Oxford, 7 May 1585; 
bur. at Horley in Feb- 
ruary 162I. 



Pope of Wro.xton Priory, co. of Farthinghoe, 

Oxford, esquire, by Elizabeth co. Northampton, 

his 2nd wife, dau. of Sir John gent ; mentioned 

Brockett of Brockett Hall, co. in the petition to 

Hertford ; marr. at Wroxton Chancery, dated 

12 November 1583; died in 7 May 1585; 

November 1628. living 161 1. 



living 7 May 
1585- 



As 



I I 

Frances, bapt. John Danvers, bapt. at Culworth 2 9=|=Ann Sadler, dau. of Anthony Sadler ; 



at Culworth August 1585; admitted to Winchester 
20 September in 1598 ; died, aged 30, 20 April 1616, 
1584. bur. at Much Baldon. M.I. 



marriage settlements dated October 
1613; marr. 2ndly Richard Goddard 
of Upham, co. Wilts (see Vol. 6, 
page no.) 



John Pollard of Nuneham= 
Courtney, co. Oxford ; 
born in 1608; living 31 
March 1660. 



=Susan, bapt. at Much Baldon 
17 October 16 14; marr. there 
28 February 163^. 



married 
January 151I; 
executrix to 
her I St hus- 
band's will 16 
l''ebruaryi525. 



Edward Fiennes of=i=Margaret, un- 
Broughton, co. Ox- 
ford, esquire (de Jure 
5 th Lord Saye and 
Sele, but never 
assumed the title and 
was not summoned 
to Parliament) ; died, 
aged 28, 7 March 
i52|-. Will dated 12 
June 1527, proved 
16 February 152^ 
(P.C.C. 2 Jankyn). 
Inq. p. m. taken at 
Ilchester 25 Sep- 
tember 1529 (C. 
Vol. 4g, No. /<?). 
I St husband. 



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Sir Thomas Neville 
of Holt, CO. 
Leicester, knight ; 
mentioned in will 
of his wife's mother 
20 November 1 539 ; 
knighted at the 
coronation of King 
Edward VL 20 
February iS4t; 
died in 1569. He 
marr. i stly Clara, 
dau. and coheir 
of Ralph Neville, 
and 2ndly, Kathe- 
rine, dau. of Sir 
Geoffrey Foljambe. 
2nd husband. 



Thomas Lovett, son=^Anne, marr. 



and heir apparent 
of Thomas Lovett of 
Astwell, CO. North- 
ampton, esquire; 
died 19 July 1523. 
Inq. p. m. taken at 
Oxford 1 5 Sep- 
tember 1523 {C. 
Vol. 40, JVos. 128 
and 134). 



before 2 Jan- 
uary 151J ; 
died 1 1 July 
1523- 



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Richard Andrews, =j=Justice, living William Howell,=f=Prudence, living Fortitude Danvers, 




7 May 1585. died in 1610, bur. I 7 May 1585. 
at Packwood, co. | 
Warwick. M.L /js. 



bur. at Culworth, 
CO. Northampton, 
in 1615. 



Anne, bapt. Anthony Danvers of Horley,=j=Elizabeth Smith, marr. at Pillerton, co. Warwick, 



at Culworth co. Oxford, gent ; bapt. at 
ir Septem- Culworth 22 April 1590; 
ber 1587. compounded for knighthood 

in 1630; sells Horley in 

1663. 



13 May 1623 ; bur. at St. Andrew's, Holborn, 
London, 10 October 1667. Will dated 19 July 
1667, proved 7 October 1667 (P.C.C. 131 Carr). 



John Danvers of Battersea, co. Surrey, sugar refiner ;=j=Susanna Smith, dau. of Allan Smith 



bapt. at Horley 27 June 1624; admitted to Winchester 
as Founder's kin in 1640 ; mentioned in his mother's 
will 19 July 1677. Will dated 30 August 1677, with 
codicil dated 27 July 1678, proved 22 October 1678 
(P.C.C. \o<^ Reeve). /^ 



of Nether Pillerton, co. Warwick, 
gent, by Susanna his wife ; bapt. at 
Pillerton 2 March i63|-; executrix to 
her husband's will 22 October 1678. 



. . . .=Frances, bapt. at^Stoughton Arnold, Edmund Chil-=j=Elizabcth, bnpt. at Horley 



Burton. Horley, co. Oxford, marr. at St. 
isthus- 25 June 1626; Andrew's, Hol- 
band. living 19 July 1667. born, London, 31 

March 165 1. 2nd 
husband. 



ienden,(?)died 
in 1665. 



24 August 1628; marr. at 
St. Andrew's, Holborn, Lon- 
don, 28 September 1654; 
(?)died in 1665. 



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Sir Walter Hungerford of= 
Heytesbury ; summoned to 
Parliament as Lord Hungerford 
of Heytesbury 8 June 1536; 
executed for treason on Tower 
Hill 28 July 1541. He marr. 
2ndly Alice, dau. of William, 
ist Lord Sandys, and 3rdly 
Elizabeth, dau. of John, Lord 
Hussey de Sleaford. /^ 



=Susan, unmar- 
ried 2 January 
1514. 1st wife. 



John Staveley of Linby,= 
CO. Nottingham, and of 
Bigenhall, in Bicester, 
CO. Oxford, esquire ; 
died 10 January is6|. 
Inq. p. m. taken at 
Nottingham 22 March 
iS6f {C. Vol. IS 2, 
No. 108). 



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=Constance, unmar- 
ried 2 January 
i5i4; mentioned 
in her mother's 
will 20 November 
1539 ; died before 
10 January 1565. 



Mary Danvers, 
bapt. at Cul- 
worth, CO. North- 
ampton, 15 June 
1592- 



William Danvers of Paternoster= 
Row, London, silkman. Citizen 
and Merchant Taylor ; bapt. 
at Culworth 23 August 1593. 
Will dated 31 March 1660, 
proved 26 July 1660, by Daniel 
Danvers and Samuel Danvers, 
sons (P.C.C. 117 Nabbs). 



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=Ann, bur. at St. 
Faith's, London, 
8 November 1650. 



Mary, bapt. at Culworth 
13 April 1598; marr. 
at Horley, co. Oxford, 
in July 1624, Richard 
Watts. 



I I 

Anthony Danvers, Samuel Draper. (?) Will proved=Penelope, bapt. at Horley 1 2 February 

bapt. at Horley iS May 1690 (Arch: of London, i63§; marr. at St. Andrew's, Holborn, 

9 December 1630. Act Book 15, 204). London, 9 August 1657. 



Abigail Arnold, dau.= 
of Stoughton Arnold 
of St. Andrew's, Hol- 
born, London ; marriage 
licence (Vicar-General) 
dated 27 October i65o, 
then aged 18. istwife. 



=Samuel Danvers of Battersea,= 
CO. Surrey, sugar refiner ; bapt. 
at Horley 6 August 1636; 
apprenticed to the Skinners' 
Company in 1651 ; mentioned 
in his mother's will 19 July 
1667 ; bur. at Battersea in June 
1709. 



Elizabeth Danvers, bur. 
at Battersea in 1683. 



=Beata Bridges, dau. of Sir John 
Bridges of Wilton Castle, co. Here- 
ford, 2nd baronet, by Mary his 
wife, dau. and heir of James I'earle 
of Dewsal, co. Hereford ; marriage 
licence (Vicar-General) dated 7 
September 1667, then aged 22. 
Administration granted in 1723. 
2nd wife. 



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Richard Cleaveland of Liverpool, sugar= 
refiner (son of the Rev. William Cleaveland, 
Vicar of Hinckley, co. Leicester) ; bapt. at 
Hinckley in September 1633 ; admitted to 
the Freedom of Liverpool 15 November 
1682 ; died 2 November 1683, bur. at 
St. Nicholas', Liverpool. Will dated in 
October 1683, proved at Chester. 



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'Susanna, bapt. at Horley, co. Anne Danvers, 
Oxford, 27 March 1638; men- bapt. at Horley 
tioned in her mother's will 18 May 1641 ; 
19 July 1667; died 3 February living 19 July 
i68|, bur. at St. Nicholas', 1667. 
Liverpool. Will dated 7 No- 
vember 1685, proved at 
Chester in 168^. 



Margaret Sorocold=f=l)anicl Danvers of Red Cross Street, Liverpool,=^Sarah Pemberton, dau. 

of John I'emberton of 
Liverpool, apothecary, 
by Elizabeth his wife ; 
bur. at St. Nicholas', 
Liverpool, 3 November 
1733. ^^''1 proved at 
Chester 7 January 



of Barton, co. 
Chester ; marr. 
at St. Nicholas', 
Liverpool, 7 Feb- 
ruary 1675^. 'ist 
wife. 



sugar refiner; bapt. at Horley 15 January 164!; 
admitted to Winchester 1658 ; mentioned in his 
mother's will 19 July 1667 ; admitted a Freeman 
of Liverpool 15 November 1682; bur. at 
St. Nicholas', Liverpool, 13 April 17 10. Will 
dated September 1709, proved at Chester May 
1710, by John Pemberlon and William Easnett. 



Margaret, marr. at 
St. Nicholas', Liver- 
pool, 20 October 
1 701, Joseph Shaw. 



Samuel Danvers of= 
Liverpool, sugar 
refiner. Will dated 
24 February 17^^, 
proved at Chester 
19 May I 720. 



=Isabel Crooke, living 
24 February 



,,19 



She marr. 2ndly the 
Rev. T. H. Heynes 
of Rainhill, Liverpool. 



1 73 J. 2nd wife. 



Daniel Danvers of=j=Elizabeth Hood, dau. of John Hood of 



Liverpool, sugar re- 
finer; executor to his 
mother's will 7 January 
173I. Will dated 3 
August 1739, proved 
IS February 1745^ 
(P.C.C. 43 Edmunds). 



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Pardon Park, co. Leicester, by Mary his wife, 
dau. of AVilliam Coape of Farnoe, co. Derby ; 
marr. at West Bridgford, co. Nottingham, 23 
September 1725; executrix to her husband's 
will 15 February 174^; died at Bath 15 
March 1757. Will (undated) proved 14 
April 1757, by Daniel Danvers, son, the sole 
executor (I'.C.C. 118 ffcrn'ng). 



Jolin Danvers, admitted 
P'reeman of Liverpool 
10 October 1729 ; 
executor to his mother's 
will 7 January 173I; 
administrator to his 
brother Charles 14 Oc- 
tober 1734. 



Anthony Danvers, Susan, marr. before 24 Charles Danvers of=)=Eunice Sydall ; marr. at 
living 3 August February i7i§, John Liverpool, merchant; [ Warrington, co. Lan 
1739. Cunningham. admitted to the Freedom | caster, 

of Liverpool 28 October 

1729. Administration 

granted at Chester 14 

October 1734. 



30 January 
i72|-, marriage licence 
(Chester) dated 29 Jan- 
uary; living 14 October 
'734- 



John Danvers of New Court, Broad Street,=j=Elizabeth Hardy, marr. at All Hallows' 



London, and of Homsey, co. Middlesex ; born at 
Liverpool in 1730; mentioned in will of his 
uncle, Daniel Danvers, 3 August 1739; died, 
aged 72, 18 February 1803, bur. at Hornsey. M.L 
Will dated 3 October 1797, with codicil dated 30 
December 1797, proved 16 May 1803 (P.C.C. 
419 Marriott). 



Barking, London, 28 August 1756, 
marriage licence (Vicar-General) dated 
1756; died, aged 82, 11 January 1815, 
bur. at Hornsey. M.L 



John Danvers of Burton Street,=j=Henrietta Fennell, dau. of John Fennell of the Navy 



London ; executor to his father's 
will 16 May 1803 ; died, aged 74, 
8 August 1835, bur. at Hornsey. 
M.L 



Pay Department, by Frances his wife, dau. of Samuel 
Brady, M.D. ; born 2 March 1765; marr. at St. Nicholas', 
Rochester, co. Kent, 19 November 1787 ; died, aged 71, 
31 May 1836, bur. at Hornsey. M.L 



A 



Timothy Cockshutt=Sarah, marr. after 
of London, merchant. i73f; living 3 
August 1739. 



Penelope, living 7 January 



i73f ; marr. 



Green. 



A 



Elizabeth Danvers, 
living 3 August 
1739- 



Charles Danvers of Dorset Square,= 
London, and of Wanstead, co. 
Esse.x ; born in October 1766; 
executor to his father's will 16 May 
1803; died at Hornsey, co. Mid- 
dlesex, aged 78, 10 June, bur. there 
15 June 1844. /K 



'Mary Teush of Coleman Street, William Danvers, 
London ; marr. at St. Benet Fink's, died in infancy. 
London, 11 January 1789; died at 
Eddington, co. Kent, i November, 
bur. at Heme, co. Kent, 7 November 
1835. M.L 



{For issue see " Visitation of Ens;land and Il'a/es," 
VoL VIII., page 60.) 



William Hamilton of Old Broad Street, London,= 
M.D. ; born at Strabane, co. Tyrone, in 1758; 
educated at Glasgow and Edinburgh, M.D. 
1779, L.R.C.P. 1786; Physician to the London 
Hospital 5 December 1787 ; died at Old Broad 
Street, London, 5 May 1807. 



A 



'Elizabeth, born 23 
October 1768 ; marr. 
at St. Benet Fink's, 
London, 4 February 
1787 ; died 6 De- 
1844, 



Frances, born 3 July 
1770 ; died in 1838. 
She marr. 23 October 
1790, Thomas Plower 
Ellis. 



Rawson. 

[Vol. a, p. 67.] 




Pedigree of Rawson. 



John Rawson of Ingrow, in= 
Keighley, co. York ; died before 
1590- 



John Rawson of Ingrow,= 
yeoman; died in April 1604, 
bur. at Keighley. Will dated 
17 April 1604, proved at York 
16 June 1604 (Vol. 29, fo. 312). 



bur. at Keighley 
15 March 159". 



John Rawson of Ingrow, yeoman ; bapt. at Keighley=j=Mary Shackleton, marr. at Keighley 

^n TvT^-.i..-i.-rt V-iQ*. T f /-\ A • Kilt- fVi .ji-.i in Ani-il T f^f, t W.^lH A \i t^\-w\-y ni-»f lo.'.) . iiVtir'nfviv t f\ Kof 



j O 1 J J I — — o 

in November 1564; bur. there in April 1604. Wil_ 
dated 10 April 1604, proved at York 18 April 1605 
(Vol. 29, fo. 577). 



4 February lljyy ; executrix 
husband's will 18 April 1605. 



to her 



A 



William Rawson of= 
Brackenbrank, in 
Keighley, yeoman ; 
bapt. at Keighley 
in December 1568 ; 
executor to his 
father's will 16 
June 1604 ; bur. at 
Keighley in De- 
cember 1623. Will 
dated 4 August 
1623, proved at 
York 15 April 1624 
(Vol. 38, fo. 70). 



Isabel Fowler, sister 
and heir of John 
Fowler of Uttley, in 
Keighley ; marr. at 
Keighley in Feb- 
ruary 1597-; executrix 
to her husband's 
will 15 April 1624 ; 
bur. at Bingley 9 
March i6f§. Will 
dated 7 March i6§^, 
proved 21 April 
1630 (Manor of 
Cottingley). 



William Hird^ 
of Keighley, 
yeoman ; men- 
tioned in will 
of John Raw- 
son 17 April 
1604. Will 
dated 29 April 
1 604, proved at 
York 1 6 June 
1604 (Vol. 29, 
fo. 311). A 



Elizabeth, exe- 
cutrix to her 
husband's will 
16 June 1604. 



John Bean-= 
lands, men- 
tioned in 
will of John 
Rawson 1 7 
April 1604 ; 
living 15 
April 1624. 



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Margaret, born in 1597; 
(?) died before 7 March 
i6f^. She marr. at 
Keighley 28 May 1627, 
Robert Wri£;ht. 



Joseph Field of Heaton, in Bradford,=i=Mary, bapt. at Keighley 



CO. York, yeoman ; executor to will of 
Isabel Rawson 21 April 1630; bur. 
at Bradford 11 October 1661. Will 
dated 25 August 1661, proved at York 
(Vol. 44, fo. 17). /K 



in February jf uff '> niarr. 
there in November 1625 ; 
bur. at Bradford 5 May 



10 



Anthony Rawson of Beckfoot, at Cottingley, in Binglcy, co.=j=Margaret Bean of Gilstead, 



York, yeoman; died lo May, bur. at Bingley n May 1614. 
Inq. p. m. taken 25 June 16 14. 



in Bingley; bur. at Bingley 



10 March i6fg. 



John Rawson of Beckfoot; aged 41, 10 May==Elizabeth Oldfield, dau. of John Oldfield of 



1614; bur. at Bingley 5 February 162*. 
Will dated 2 February 1625. 



^Villiam Midgle>- 
of Baildon, co. 
York ; executor 
to will of Isabel 
Rawson 21 April 
1630 ; living 21 
November 1656. 



^Elizabeth, bapt. at 
Keighley, co. York, 
in December 1605; 
marr. there 20 
April 1626, mar- 
riage settlements 
dated 27 March 
1626 ; living 7 
March i6f§. 



Bingley, yeoman ; marr. at Bingley 5 July 1596, 
marriage .settlements dated i September 1596; 
bur. at Bingley 7 March 162 J. 



Isabel, bapt. at Keighley= 
in March i6oi ; (?) marr. 
there 16 October 1628; 
administratrix to her 
husband 5 September 
1673 ; bur. at Bingley 
19 April 1679. 



=John Rawson of Beckfoot, 
clothier (3rd son) ; bapt. 
at Bingley 18 January 



160^ 



churchwarden of 



Bingley in 1653 ; bur. at 
Bingley 15 .April 1671. 
Administration granted 5 
September 1673. 



Mary Rawson, John Rawson of Beckfoot, =f=Jane Bean, dau. and coheir of Giles Bean of 



yeoman ; bapt. at Bingley 
10 July 1631 ; bur. there 
7 December 1684. Will 
November 1632. dated 18 January i682, 
proved at York 28 May 
1685 (original will). /^ 



bapt. at Bingley 
1 8 October 1629; 
bur. there 24 



Gilstead, by Grace his wife, dau. of Thomas 
Oldfield of Gilstead ; bapt. at Bingley 
6 March 163^; marriage settlements dated 
21 November 1656. Administration granted 
in 1 69 1, to Jeremy Rawson, son. 



William Rawson of Bolton, in Calveiley, co.= 
York, yeoman ; bapt. at Bingley 2 1 Sep- 
tember 1634 ; bound apprentice with Thomas 
Gibson of Leeds, co. York, clothworker, 18 
October 1654; died, aged 63, 29 September, 
bur. at Calverley 2 October 1695. M.I. 
\\\\\ dated 24 August 1695, inventory taken 
16 October 1695, proved at York 4 December 
169s (original will). 



=Abigail Field, dau. of George Field of Shipley, 
CO. York, by Mary his wife ; bapt. at Bradford, 
CO. York, 28 August 1639 ; executrix to her 
husband's will 4 December 1695; died 28 
April, bur. at Calverley 2 May 1704. She 
marr. istly at Bradford 10 July 1662, Joshua 
Field of Selby, co. York, 3rd son of Joseph 
Field, by Mary his wife, dau. of William Rawson 
{see previous page). 



John Walker of==Mary, born 16 September, Mercy Rawson, born 25 December 1673, 
Bingley, yeoman; bnpt. at Calverley 14 Oc- bapt. at Calverley 24 January 167^; living 
living 1705. tober 1671; living 1698. 24 August 1695. 



William Rawson of=f=(?) Jane John Stell of Keighley, co. York,=j=Isabel, marr. at 



Osbaldwick, co. York. 
Administration granted 
7 February 1585. 



{Walter). husbandman. Will dated in 1604, 
proved at York i October 1607, by 
John Stell, son (Vol. 30, fo. 410). 



A 



A\ 



Keighley in June 
1565; Hving 17 
April 1604. 



William Rawson, 
bur. at Bingley, 
CO. York, 19 Au- 
gust 1593. 



George Fairbairn of Gilstead, in Bingley ;=j=Maud, mentioned in marriage 
bur. at Bingley 9 August 1617. Will settlements of Elizabeth Raw- 



dated 5 August 161 7, proved at York 
28 January i6i| (Vol. 34, fo. 850' 



son I September 1596; marr. 
at Bingley 16 June 1600 ; 
living 5 August 161 7. 



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Anthony Rawson, Martha, living=William Rawson of London, =j=Catharine, marr. in 1630. 



bapt. at Bingley 7 
February 1597-; 
bur. there 2 Sep- 
tember 1616. 



2 February and afterwards of Belfast, 
i62j. istwife. mercer; bapt. at Bingley 22 
March 1 60 j ; died before 



1655. 2nd husband. 



She marr. istly Richard 
Skeit of Coleraine, in Ire- 
land ; 3rdly, Gawen Kelso ; 
and 4thly, Ensign William 
Armishaw of Coleraine. 
2nd wife. 



John Smith, Provost -Marshal^Margery, born in 1631 ; 
of Coleraine; living 3 June marr. in 1649; ''V'ing 
1656. 3 June 1656. 



John Rawson of Bolton, in Calverley, co.= 
York, yeoman; born 15 August, bapt. at 
Calverley 12 September 1677; died 28 
September, bur. at Calverley 2 October 
1719. M.I. Will dated 17 September 
1 7 19, proved at York 26 January 17!^^ 
(Vol. 74, fo. 290). 



=Catherine Lister, dau. of Christopher Lister of 
Braithwaite, co. Cumberland ; marriage settlements 
dated 25 November 1707; executrix to her 
husband's will 26 January 17^^; died, aged 65, 
6 October 1750, bur. at Calverley. M.I. She 
marr. 2ndly John Crossley of Kershaw House, 
in Luddenden, co. York, 17 September 1722. 



Rev. John Rawson of Bradford, co.=Elizabeth Bowers of Manchester ; marr. at Bradford 

York; bapt. at Calverley 7 March 27 July 1738, marriage settlements dated 20 October 

i7of ; of Jesus College, Cambridge, 1737; bur. there 2 September 1741. W'ill dated 

B.A. 1730, M.A. 1734; died 5 July, i August 1741, witli codicil dated 27 August 1741, 

bur. at Bradford 8 July 1739. proved at York 18 February 174^ (Vol. 87, fo. 537). 
Administration granted at York 20 
October 1752. 



Mary Rawson, bapt. 
at Bingley, co. York, 
lo June 1603 ; men- 
tioned in her father's 
will 2 February 162 4. 



Matthew Rawson of Cottingley Bridge,= 
in Bingley ; bapt. at Bingley 1 1 Feb- 
ruary 16-"^; churchwarden in 1641 ; 
bur. at Bingley 22 January 165!^. 



=Martha Walters, dau. of Thomas 
Walters, by Mary his wife ; bapt. 
at Bingley 13 March 161 i; 
marr. there 19 July 1636. 



/K 



William Rawson of Bradford, co. York, mercer ; bapt. at=j=Elizabeth Jekyll, dau. of Thomas 
Calverley, co. York, 31 January 171°; apprenticed to Jekyll of Hackney, co. Middlesex, 
Edward Norton of Knaresborough, co. York, in 1730; Citizen and Fishmonger of London ; 
living in 1752. ] marr. circa 1756. 



Thomas Rawson of Nottingham, gent ; died= 
28 March 1801, bur. at Clifton. Will dated 
22 January 1801, proved 17 April 1801 
(P.C.C. 262 Abercromhie). 



--. . . Lee of Katherine Rawson, mentioned 
Nottingham. in the will of her grandfather, 

Thomas Jekyll, 2 October 

1756- 



Thomas Jekyll Rawson of Notting-= 
ham, and afterwards of Buckingham 
Street, London, esquire; died at 14 
Buckingham Street, London, aged 
78, 12 October 1843. 



=Sarah Hayne, youngest dau. of Richard Hayne of 
Ashbourne, co. Derby, esquire; marr. 14 October 1794; 
died in Cumberland Street, Portman Square, London, 
16 August 1843. Will dated 9 October 1838. Adminis- 
tration granted 29 March 1844 (Prin. Reg., 247, 44). 



Frances Rawson, marr. Harriet, marr. 

21 July 1825, Thomas Daniel Smith 

Le Breton, Attorney- of r)resden. 
General for Jersey. 



George James Pennington of the=j=Selina, marr. 18 



Inner Temple, London ; F'ellow of 
King's College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1818, M.A. 1821. Administrator 
to Sarah Rawson 29 March 1844. 



July 1821 ; died 
at Stanmore, 
CO. Middlesex, 
3 August 1838. 



A 



13 



Thomas Rawson, bapt. at Bingley, 
CO. York, 1 8 October 1612; bur. 
there 26 February 164!. 



James Wilkinson of Mythohne,= 
in Bingley ; bapt. at Bingley 
I January 16 if. 



=Lydia, bapt. at Bingley 
25 May 161 7; marr. 
there 9 May 1637. 



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Christopher Rawson of Stonyroyd, in Halifax, co.- 
York, merchant; bapt. at Calverley 31 July 1712; 
died 12 August 1780, bur. at Halifax. M.I. Will 
dated 31 March 1780, proved at York 2 October 1780 
(Vol. 174, fo. 257). 



yAo^: {^/Za^i/ 



^ 



=Grace Rawson, dau. of John Rawson 
of Beckfoot, at Cottingley, in Bingley 
(grandson and heir of John Rawson 
and Jane Bean, see page 11), by his 
wife, Sarah Dobson of Vicarage 
House, Bingley ; bapt. at Bingley 
26 March 1715 ; died, aged 49, 
26 July 1764, bur. at Halifax. M.I. 



i 
John Rawson of Stonyroyd ; born i De-=pNelly Stansfeld, dau. of Catherine Rawson, 



cember 1744; executor to his father's will 
2 October 1780; died 8 July 1815, bur. 
at Holy Trinity, Halifax. M.I. 




David Stansfeld of Hope of Halifax ; born 
House, Halifax, by Ellen 6 February i74f. 
his wife, dau. of the Rev. 
Timothy Aldred of Morley, 
CO. York; born 2 November 
1753; marr. 16 February 
1777; died, aged 84, 23 
November 1837. 



Will dated 30 No- 
vember 1833, proved 
14 October 1841. 



Christopher Rawson=Mary Anne Brooks, dau. 

of Hope House, of Thomas Brooks of 
(ireat George Street, West- 
minster; born 1 2 December 
1782; marr. 25 January 



Halifax, J. P. and 
D.L. ; born 17 De- 
cember 1777 ; died 
6 May 1S49. 



1807 ; died 29 July 1836. 




Stansfeld Rawson of- 
Gledholt, near Hud- 
dersfield, co. York ; 
born 23 December 
1778; died 27 No- 
vember 1856. 



-Elizabeth Leach, dau. 
of Timothy Leach of 
Clapham, co. Surrey ; 
marr. 5 May 1S02 ; 
died 2 September 
1866. 



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14 





Jeremiah Rawson of 
Halifax, co. York, 
merchant ; born 26 
April 1748 ; died 
30 December 1787, 
bur. at Halifax. 
M.I. Will dated 13 
April 1782, proved 
at York i February 
1788 (Vol. 132, fo. 
65-) 



William Rawson of Mill House, 
Halifax, banker; born 27 April 
1750; died 26 August 1828; 
executor to will of his brother 
Jeremiah i February 1788. Will 
dated 4 November 1826. He 
marr. istly . . . Dunn, and 
2ndly . . . Threlkeld. 




y>>^ 



^-o^^^ 



Robert Rawson, 
born 5 February, 
bapt. at Halifax 
16 March 1752 ; 
died in 1756, 
bur. at Halifax. 
M.I. 




Christopher Raw- 
son, born 17 June 
1753; died in 
1769, buried at 
Halifax. M.I. 



Samuel Rawson, born Philip Saltmarsh of Saltmarsh, in=j=Elizabeth, born 
Howden, CO. York, esquire ; died, 17 April 1756; 
aged 38, 19 April 1791, bur. at marr. 10 May 
Howden, co. York. M.I. Will 1779; died in 
dated 22 January 1791, proved 1834. 
at York 4 June 1791 (Vol. 135, 

fo. 286). " /|\ 



27 February 1755 ; 
died 1 8 October 1 8 1 2, 
bur. at Holy Trinity, 
Halifax. M.I. 



Robert Rawson, 
bom 27 April 
1758; died in 
1772, bur. at 
Halifax. M.I. 



John Waterhouse= 
of Wellhead, 
Halifax ; born i 
December 1773 : 
died, aged 73, 
21 January 1S47, 
bur. at Halifax. 
M.I. A 



=Grace Elizabeth, 
born 4 April 
1780; marr. 17 
October 1805 ; 
died 19 February 
1849, bur. at 
Hahfax. M.I. 



William Henry Rawson of= 
The Haugh End, Sowerby, 
CO. York ; born at Stony- 
royd, in Halifax, 2 1 October 
1781 ; died at The Haugh 
End, Sowerby, aged 83, on 
Thursday, 5 January, bur. 
at St. Peter's, Sowerby, 1 1 
January 1865. Will dated 
I June 1 86 1, proved at 
Wakefield 5 April 1865, by 
his sons, William Henry, 
John and Frederick Ed- 
ward Rawson, three of the 
executors. 




y^€^2xx^~i/6^^^-z^^ 



=Mary Priestley, dau. of 
John Priestley of Thorpe, 
CO. York, by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of William Walker 
of Crownest, Lightcliffe, co. 
York ; born at Thorpe 3 1 
September 1780; marr. at 
Halifax 30 October 1806 ; 
died at The Haugh End, 
Sowerby, on Friday, 
18 February, bur. at 
St. Peter's, Sowerby, 23 
February 1870. Will dated 
10 May 1865, proved at 
Wakefield 4 April 1870, by 
her sons, William Henry 
and John Rawson, the 
executors. 



'A 

{For issue see " Visitation of En^!a7id and Wales" 
Vol. VIII., page 67.) 



15 



Elizabeth Markland,=j=John Rawson of Ash=Elizabeth Preston, dau. 



dau. of Edward Mark- 
land of Leeds, co. York ; 
marr. 30 October 1S06 ; 
died 9 October 182 1. 
I St wife. 



Grove, Halifax, co. 
York, J. P. and D.L. ; 
born 24 August 1783 ; 
died 19 December 
1852. 



of Thomas Preston of 
Greenroyd, Halifax ; 
marr. 12 June 1823; 
died 4 July 1862. 
2nd wife. 



Mary Anne Rawson, 
born 28 June 1785 ; 
died 21 July 1804, 
bur. at Halifax. M.I. 



A\ 



Jeremiah Rawson= 
of The Shay, 
Halifax ; born 28 
March 1787 ; died 
6 September 1839. 



=Hannah Preston, 
dau. of Thomas 
Preston of Green- 
royd, Halifax ; 
marr. 25 January 
1810; died 26 
April 1 86 1. 



Amaziah Empson= 
of Spellow Hill, 
Knaresborough, 
CO. York ; died 
14 March 1848. 



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=Ellen, born 3 
June 1789 ; 
marr. 15 De- 
cember 1814 ; 
died 2 1 May 
1864. 



Catherine Rawson, 
born 22 December 
1790; died 9 Au- 
gust 1803, bur. at 
Halifax. M.I. 



/K 



Thomas Samuel=i=Sarah Colbeck Houlds- 



Rawson of Brig- 
den Place, CO. 
Kent; born 10 
January 1793 ; 
died 16 April 
i86o. 



worth, dau. of John 
Houldsworth of West 
House, Otley, co. York ; 
born 13 July 1792; 
marr. 26 October 1814; 
died 3 March 187 1. 



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Delia Rawson, 
born 3 De- 
cember 1794; 
died 28 March 
1813, bur. at 
Holy Trinity, 
Halifax. M.I. 



Christopher Salt-= 
marsh of Salt- 
marsh, in How- 
den, CO. York, 
son of Philip Salt- 
marsh and Eliza- 
beth Rawson {see 
previous page). 



A\ 



=Emma, born 
9 October 
1796 ; marr. 
3 June 1817. 



16 



Pedigree of Armitage. 



William Armitage of Cros!and,=f=Margarct Turton, sister and heir of 
in Almondbury, co. York, William Turton ; aged 40 at her 
clothier; bur. at Almondbury brother's death in 1559; mentioned 
25 May 1573. Will dated 25 in wills of her husband 25 April 1573, 
April 1573, proved at York and her son, Roger Aruiitage, 3 May 
28 July 1573 (Vol. 19, fo. 665). 1580 ; bur. at Almondbury. 



Armitage. 

IVol. S, p. 71.] 



John Armitage of Honley and High Royd, in=[=Jennett, executrix 



Almondbury, clothier ; mentioned in wills of his father 
25 April 1573, and his brother, Roger Armitage, 3 May 
1580; bur. at Almondbury 11 August 1601. Will 
dated 27 July 1601, proved at York 19 December 1601 
(Vol. 28, fo. 521). 



to her husband's 
will 19 December 
1601. 



William Armitage, 
living 25 April 
>573- 



James Armitage, bapt. at Almond- 
bury II January 157!; executor 
to his father's will 19 December 
1601 ; died in 1642. 



Elizabeth Armitage, 
bapt. at Almond- 
bury 24 February 
iS7f 



Roger Armitage, 
bapt. at Almond- 
bury 10 February 
i57t; living 27 
July 1601. 



William Armitage, 
bapt. at Almond- 
bury 31 May 1579; 
living 27 July 1601. 



Richard Armitage of Dudmanstone, in= 
Almondbury, clothier ; mentioned in his 
father's will 27 July 1601. Will dated 
24 October 1665, proved at York 19 
April 1666. 



=Sarah Stevenson, dau. of John 
Stevenson of Kirkburton, co. 
York ; bapt. at Kirkburton i 
December 1594; marr. there 
12 May 1615; living 19 April 
1666. 



Margaret Armitage, 
bapt. at Almond- 
bury 29 January 
158^; living 2 7 July 
1 60 1. 



Joseph Armitage of Dudmanstone, 
gent; born 15 February 161^, bapt. 
at Almondbury ; executor to his 
father's will 19 April 1666; bur. 
at Almondbury 27 April 1689. Will 
dated 6 October 1686, proved at 
York 31 May 16S9. 



W'illiam Brooke of= 
Huddersfield, co. 
York, yeoman ; 
marriage licence 
(York) dated 1639. 
ist husband. 



I 



=Sarah, born 2 2 April=f= Joseph Wood- 



A 



1622, bapt. at Al- 
mondbury ; living 
6 October 1686. 
She marr. 3rdly 
. . . Holdsworth, 
who died before 
6 October 1686. 



head, living 24 
October 1665. 
2nd husband. 



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William Armitage, 
not 21, 24 October 
1665 ; died young. 



Mary Armitage. Joseph Armitage of Wakefield, co.=i=Sarah Savill, marr. 



York ; mentioned in wills of his 
grandfather, Richard Armitage, 24 
October 1665, and his uncle, 
Joseph Armitage, 6 October 1686; 
died in 1690. 



at Kirkburton 
February i6Sj. 



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17 



Giles Armitage of Cumberworth, co. York ; mentioned in his father's will= 
25 April 1573; executor to will of his brother, Roger Armitage, 20 
September 1581. Will dated 23 March i6oy, proved at York 6 July 1607 
(Vol. 30, fo. 343). ^ 



=Jennett, executrix 
to her husband's 
will 6 July 1607. 



Mary Bayley= 
ofHorbury, CO. 
York ; marr. at 
Wakefield, co. 
York, 27 Oc- 
tober 1655. 
I St wife. 



=Richard Armitage of Dud-= 
manstone, in Almondbury, co. 
York, gent ; bapt. at Almond- 
bury 20 January i62|^; men- 
tioned in his father's will 
24 October 1665; executor 
to will of his brother, Joseph 
Armitage, 31 May 1689; 
bur. at Almondbury 17 
March 170^. Will dated 31 
January 17 of, proved at York 
9 January i70y. 



=Martha Baylie, 
dau. of George 
Baylie ; marr. 
before 24 Oc- 
tober 1665 ; 
living 20 April 
1677. 2nd 

wfe. 



John Armitage= 
of Lindley, co. 
York. Admin- 
istration was 
granted at York 
in March 1662. 



=Frances, ad- 
ministratrix to 
her husband 
in March 1662. 



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Elizabeth Armitage, 
bapt. at Almond- 
bury 10 September 
1667 ; mentioned in 
will of her uncle, 
Joseph Armitage, 
6 October 1686; 
living 3 1 January 
i7o|. 



George Armitage of Higiiroyd= 
House, in Honley, co. York ; 
born 13 May 1674; mentioned 
in will of his uncle, Joseph 
Armitage, 6 October 16S6 ; 
executor to his father's will 9 
January 1704; died, aged 67, 
5 January, bur. in Almondbury 
Church 8 January 174^. M.I. 
Administration granted at York 
20 April 1743. 



I 
Joseph Armitage of Highroyd House ; bapt.= 
at Honley 9 August 17 16; administrator to 
his father 20 April 1 743 ; died, aged 69, 
bur. at Almondbury 15 August 1785. M.I. 
Will dated 5 August 1774, proved at York 
31 December 1785 (Vol. 129, fo. 514). 



=Alice Jagger, marr. 
28 May 1713; 
died, aged 66, 
24 December, bur. 
in Almondbury 
Church 26 Decem- 
ber 1743. M.I. 



Martha Armitage, 
mentioned in will 
of her uncle, 
Joseph Armitage, 
6 October 1686; 
living 31 January 
i7o§. 



=Mary Wilson, dau. of Joshua ^Vilson of Holm- 
firth, CO. York; bapt. at Holm firth 11 June 
1715; died, aged 83, bur. at Almondbury 14 (?) 
November 179S. M.I. Will dated 4 February 
1792, proved 23 October 1799 (Vol. 143, 
fo. 633). 



18 



Humphrej- Armitage of Dalton, in Kirkheaton, co. York ; mentioned in his=j=Anne, mentioned 
father's will 25 April 1573. \\'ill dated 13 August 1593, proved at York 
19 April 1594 (Vol. 25, fo, 1538). 



in her husband's 
will 13 August 
1593- 



/K 



George Armitage of Highroyd House, in Almondbury,=j=Sarah Walker, dau. of Joseph Walker of 



CO. York, J. P., D.L. ; bapt. at Almondbury 15 March 
i73|-j executor to wills of his father 31 December 
1785, and of his mother 23 October 1799; died 
16 December 181 5, bur. at Almondbury. M.I. 



Lascelles Hall, in Kirkheaton, by Rachel 
Kitson his wife; born 7 April 1748; 
marr. 16 April 1776 ; died 18 July 1834, 
bur. at Almondbury. M.I. 



Joseph Armitage of Milnsbridge House, co.= 
Y'ork, J. P. and D.L. for the West Riding, 
CO. York, and J. P. for co. Lancaster; born 
9 February, bapt. at Kirkheaton 26 March 
1778; died at Birkby Lodge, Huddersfield, co. 
York, in his 83rd year, 17 August i860, bur. 
in Milnsbridge Church. M.I. 



=Anne Taylor, dau. of Joseph Taylor of 
Blackley Hall, co. Lancaster, by Sarah his 
wife, dau. of Philip Mayers of Manchester ; 
marr. 25 September 1804; died at Milns- 
bridge House, aged 71, 3 February 1854, 
bur. in Milnsbridge Church. M.I. 



John Starkey of=f=Sarah Anne, 
Huddersfield ; died at East- 
died at Spring- bourne, co. 
wood House, Sussex, aged 
near Hudders- 75, 30 August 
field, aged 64, 1880, bur. at 
13 December Huddersfield. 
1856, bur. at 
Huddersfield. 



George Armitage of Nunthorpe^ 
and Milnsbridge House, co. 
York ; born at Highroyd, 
Honley, co. York, 24 Septem- 
ber 1806; J. P. and D.L. for 
the West Riding, co. York ; 
died at Nunthorpe, in his 72nd 
year, on Tuesday, 19 February, 
bur. at Milnsbridge 23 February 
1878. Will dated 10 March 
1873, ^^ith codicil dated 31 
October 1873, proved at York 
12 March 1878, by his sons, 
Joseph Armitage Armitage and 
the Rev. George Dowker 
Armitage, two of the executors. 



=Caroline Jane Dowker, eldest 
dau. of James Dowker of 
North Dalton, co. York ; 
born 20 August 1809; marr. 
at North Dalton on Tuesday, 
24 August 1830; died at 
Cliff Hill, Scarborough, co. 
York, aged 72, on Thursday, 
16 March, bur. at Milns- 
bridge 20 March 1882. Will 
dated 8 February 1882, 
proved at York 6 April 1882, 
by the Rev. George Dowker 
Armitage, son, one of the 
executors. 



A 

{For issue see ^'■Visitation of England and Wales" 
roi. VIII., page 71.) 



19 



Anthony Armitage, 
mentioned in his 
father's will 25 April 
1573; livings May 
1580. 



Roger Armitage of Caw- 
thorne, co. York, webster ; 
mentioned in his father's 
will 25 April 1573. Will 
dated 3 May 1580, proved 
at York 20 September 
1581 (Vol. 21, fo. 408). 



Elizabeth, marr. 
before 25 April 
1573 • ■ Oyson. 



Jennet Armi- 
tage, living 2 5 
April 1573. 



Anne Armi- 
tage, living 
2 5 April 
1573- 



William Fenton of= 
Spring Grove, 
Huddersfield, co. 
York ; died at 
Spring Grove, aged 
84, in 1822. 



=Sarah, bom Richard Bassett of Glentworth Hall, co.= 
in 1745; Lincoln; born 15 September 1744, bapt. 
marr. before 17 October following; died at Glentworth 12 
5 August July 1805, bur. there. Will dated 25 April 
1774. 1805, proved 26 September 1805, by the 

Rev. Henry Bassett, son (P.C.C. 632 Nelson). 



A 



I 
=Martha, marr. 
I July 1774; 
living 25 April 
1805. 



A 



George Armitage, 
bur. at Almond- 
bury, CO. York, 28 
March 1783. 



Marianne Armitage of Honley, co. 
York ; born 3 May, bapt. at Honley 
Chapel 29 May 1784; died at 
St. Mary's Hill, Honley, aged 76, 
13 January 1861, bur. in Milns- 
bridge Church. M.l. 



Sarah, marr. in 
1808, Richard 
Wilson of Sea- 
croft Hall, Leeds, 
CO. York. 



Rachel Armitage, 
died, aged 16. 



Rev. David James, Rector= 
of Panteg, co. Monmouth, 
F.S.A. ; born at Manor- 
divy, CO. Pembroke, 6 
January 1803 ; died at 
Panteg Rectory, aged 68, 
2 August 1 87 1, bur. at 
Panteg. M.I. at Almond- 
bury. He marr. istly 
Margaret, dau. of Robert 
Bockley Batty of Fenay, 
CO. York. 



=Emma, marr. 9 Feb- 
ruary 1 843 ; died 
at Stonton House, 
CO. Leicester, aged 
67, 23 June, bur. 
at Panteg 28 June 
1875. M.l' at 
Almondbury. 2nd 
wife. 



Joseph Taylor Armitage=j=Ellen Ingram, dau. 



of Birkby, co. York 
born at Highroyd, 
Honley, 24 April 1809; 
J. P. and D.L. ; Captain 
York Yeomanry ; died 
at Birkby Grange, Hud- 
dersfield, aged 71, 14 
July 1880, bur. at 
Almondbury. Memorial 
M'indow in church. 



A 



of Henry Ingram of 
Halifax, co. York ; 
marr. 27 October 
1848; died at The 
Avenue, Ellesmere, 
CO. Salop, aged 82, 
21 December 1895. 



A 



William Leigh= 
Brooke of Mel- 
tham Hall, co. 
York, J.r. 



Charlotte, marr. Ellen Armitage, John Armitage of=j=Harriet Calrow, 2nd 



in 1840; died 10 died in February Woodville Hall, 
October 1847. 1812. Forest Hill, co. 

Kent ; born 20 

Eliza Armitage, February 1817; 

died 17 May died at Wood- 

^ 1 81 8. ville Hall, Forest 

Hill, aged 50, 9 
September 1867. 



dau. of Thomas Cal- 
row of Wood Hill, 
Bury, CO. Lancaster ; 
marr. at the parish 
church, Bury, 2 July 
1846; died at 45 
Mount Ararat Road, 
Richmond, CO. Surrey, 
aged 74, 21 April 
,893. 



A 



Helen Armi- 
tage, died 1 
June i8i8. 



Rev. Edward Sandford,= 
Incumbent of Elland, 
near Halifax, co. York, 
Vicar of Denford with 
Ringtead, co. North- 
ampton ; died at Den- 
ford Vicarage, aged 61, 
18 December 1879, bur. 
at Elland. 



=Mary, married 
at the parish 
church, Hud- 
dersfield, co. 
York, 20 Sep- 
tember 1848; 
living 14 July 
1880. 



Henry Armitage,' 
born 2 1 May 
i8i8 ; of Trinity 
College, Cam- 
bridge ; died in 
Jersey, aged 52, 
2 1 September 
1871. 



/K 



^Amelia Ramsay, 
dau. of Thomas 
Ramsay, Com- 
missary - General 
of New South 
Wales : living 2 1 
September 1871. 



A\ 



Edward Armitage=pEliza Ann Calrow, dau. of Thomas Humphry Sandford,=j=Anne Taylor, 



of Edgerton Hill 
Huddersfield, J.P. ; 
born 27 August 
1819 ; living 11 
September 1901. 



A 



Calrow of Wood Hill, Bury, co. of St. John's College, 
Lancaster ; marr. at Bury 5 July Cambridge ; living 
1848; died at Edgerton Hill, 14 July 1880. 
Huddersfield, aged 77, 11 Sep- 
tember 1 90 1. 



marr. 16 Sep- 
tember 1852 ; 
living 14 July 
1880. 



A 



William Leigh Brook,= 
died at Cologne, 
Germany, 19 Septem- 
ber 1855, bur. there. 



A 



=Emily, marr. at Wandsbek, 
Denmark, in 1851 ; died 
suddenly at Frankfort-on-the- 
Maine, Germany, 17 Sep- 
tember 1855, bur. there. 



James Armitage, Resident Magistrate 
of Waikato District, New Zealand ; 
born 19 August 1823 ; shot on the 
river at Waikato 7 September 1863. 
M.L at Milnsbridge, co. York. He 
married Hannah Randall. 



A 



Middlemore. 

[V„l. S, p. 77-] 







Pedigree of Middlemore. 




Margery Gatacre,= 
dau. of Robert 
Gatacre of Gat- 
acre, in Claverley, 
CO. Salop, by Joan 
his wife, dau. of 
John Hoorde of 
Bridgnorth, co. 
Salop ; bur. at 
King's Norton. 
I St wife. 



=William Middlemore= 
of Hawkesley, in 
King's Norton, co. 
Worcester, gent (son 
of Thomas Middle- 
more of Hawkesley, 
by Eleanor his wife, 
dau. of Sir Tho- 
mas Throckmorton 
of Coughton, CO. 
Worcester, knight) ; 
Will dated 19 June 
1549, proved 29 No- 
vember 1549 (P.C.C. 
44 Populwell). 



=Dorothy, living 
19 June 1549. 
2nd wife. 



John Middlemore of= 
Hawkesley, esquire ; 
executor to his 
father's will 29 No- 
vember 1549; died 
7 June 1597. 



=.\mphilis Goodwin, dau. of John 
Goodwin of Over AMchington, co. 
Buckingham ; marr. after 1 May 
1553 (date of marriage settle- 
ments) ; bur. at King's Norton 
9 August 1603. 



Thomas Middle- 
more, living 19 
June 1549. 



. . Middlemore, 
living 19 June 
1549- 



Mary Badger,= 
dau. of John 
Badger ; bur. 

at King's Nor- 
ton 22 August 
1592. 1st wife. 



=William Middlemore of Hawkesley, = 
esquire; aged 66, 9 September 1624 
(Exch. Depns.) ; bur. at King's 
Norton 7 March 163!. Will dated 
30 September 1632, with codicil dated 
19 February i63f, proved 21 June 
1634 (P.C.C. 61 Seager). 



=Margaret Middlemore, dau. of Richard 
Middlemore of Edgbaston, co. Warwick, 
esquire, by Anne his wife, dau. of John 
Greswold of Longdon, co. Worcester ; 
bur. at King's Norton 27 April 1622. 
She marr. istly William Braybrooke of 
Brightwalton, co. Berks. 2nd wife. 



William Middlemore of Thomas Middlemore Richard Middlemore, 



Ipsley, CO. Worcester, gent ; 
died 13 May 1643. Will 
dated 13 May 1643, proved 
at Oxford 19 August 1643 
(P.C.C.) 



of Hawkesley ; men- 
tioned in his father's 
will 30 September 
1632 ; living 13 May 
1643. 



mentioned in wills of his 
father 30 September 1632, 
and his brother, William 
Middlemore, 13 May 
1 643 ; living in 1 666. 



John Middlemore of=pBridget Betham, dau. of Thomas 



Hawkesley, esquire 
died in Worcester 
Gaol. Administra- 
tion granted at 
Worcester 1 3 June 
1643. 



Betham of Rowington, co. War- 
wick, by Margery his wife, dau. 
and coheir of John Walliston of 
Ruislip, CO. Middlesex ; adminis- 
tratrix to her husband 13 June 
1643 ; bur. at King's Norton 10 
December 1650. 



Richard Braybrooke=Mary, died 
(son of William before 30 Sep- 
and Margaret Bray- tember 1632. 
brooke) ; living 30 
September 1632. 



Eleanor, marr. Thomas Copley of 
Bredon, co. \\'orcester. Adminis- 
tration granted at Worcester in 
1593. He marr. istly Margaret, 
dau. of George Newport. 



Clement S\vallow=j=Mary, mentioned^?) Richard Copley 

of Shottery, co. ' 

\\'arwick, gent ; 

Will proved at 1549 

Worcester 18 to her 

March i57y. ist band's 

husband. March 



m her father's 
will 19 June 

executrix 
I St hus- 
will 1 8 



of Barton ; marriage 
licence dated 1572. 
Will proved in 1578. 
2nd husband. 



A 



George Middlemore, Robert Middlemore,=|=Frances Smyth, Catherine, mar- Jane, married 
married Joan Bas- died in 1632. I died in 1632. ried Roger Wade. HollandBad- 

kerville. /j\ ger. 



William Middlemore= 
of Hawkesley, in 
King's Norton, co. 
W^orcester, esquire ; 
administrator to his 
grandfather, 20 June 
1650; bur. at King's 
Norton 29 December 
1663. Administra- 
tion granted 5 April 
1664. 



=Susannah Middlemore, 
dau. of George Middle- 
more of Haselwell, 
CO. Worcester, esquire, 
by Frances his wife, dau. 
and heir of Robert 
Stanford ;renounced ad- 
ministration 25 January 
i66j; living 10 Jan- 
uary 168°. She marr. 
2ndly John Savage. 



John Middlemore of North- = 
field, in King's Norton, gent ; 
mentioned in wills of his 
grandfather, William Middle- 
more, 30 September 1632, 
and his uncle, William 
Middlemore, 13 May 1643; 
executor to wills of his 
sisters, Mary Middlemore, 1 2 
February i67-|, Elizabeth 
Middlemore, 1 7 February 
167^, and Margaret Middle- 
more, 15 January i68;. Will 
dated 6 July 1 705, proved at 
Worcester 26 October 1705. 



=Mary Harrington, 
dau. of John 
Harrington of Al- 
brighton,co. Salop; 
marriage licence 
(Worcester) dated 
4 July 1666. She 
marr. istly Robert 
Middlemore of 
Yardley, co. Wor- 
cester, esquire. 



John Middlemore of Hawkesley,^Anne Taylor, dau. of Ralph Taylor 

of Fockbery, CO. Worcester. Ad- 
ministration granted at Worcester 
14 December 1694, to Thomas 
Culcheth, nephew. 



esquire ; bapt. at King's Norton 
I January i6j§; bur. there 31 
August 168 1. Administration 
granted atW'orcester 24 September 
1681. 



Mary Middlemore, born 
9 November 1653; men- 
tioned in will of her 
aunt, Margaret Middle- 
more, 10 January 168^; 
living 4 September 1725. 



23 



Jane, marr. Thomas 
Dingley. 



Edward Middlemore, 
living 19 June 1549. 



Robert Middlemore of Clement's Inn, 
London, gent; living 22 October 1585. 



e 



John Gardner=Mary, marriage John Middle- =Mary. Thomas Middlemore of=^ 
of Himbleton, licence (\\'or- more of Bream, Hamsey, co. Sussex ; executor 

CO. Worcester, cester) dated in Newland, co. to will of his brother, William 

gent. 159°- Gloucester. Middlemore, 21 June 1634; 

living in 1635; died before 
20 June 1650. /fv^ 



Richard Middle- 
more ; mentioned 
in will of his 
grandfather, Wil- 
liam Middlemore, 
30 September 
1632 ; living 13 
May 1643. 



Thomas Middle- 
more; living 13 
May 1643. 



Henry Middlemore of= 
Alvechurch, co. Warwick, 
gent ; mentioned in wills 
of his uncle, William Mid- 
dlemore, 13 May 1643, 
and his sisters, Mary 
Middlemore, 14 August 
167 1, Elizabeth Middle- 
more, 9 December 1673, 
and Margaret Middle- 
more, 10 January 168^; 
died before 6 July 1705. 



A 



Robert Middlemore, 
mentioned in wills of 
his uncle, William 
Middlemore, 13 May 
1643, and his sisters, 
Mary Middlemore, 
14 August 167 1, and 
Elizabeth Middle- 
more, 9 December 
1673 ; living 10 
January i68f. 



Susannah Middlemore of 
Bettill, in Alvechurch ; 
born at King's Norton, 
CO. Worcester, in January 
i6sf ; bur. there 25 Jan- 
uary i68f Will dated 
10 January i68y, proved 
at Worcester 16 February 
168I. 



William Middlemore of= 
Hawkesley, in King's Nor- 
ton, gent; born 7 February 
i65y; administrator to his 
brother, John Middle- 
more, 24 September 1681; 
bur. at King's Norton i 
March 171^. Administra- 
tion granted 3 April 1712. 



=Elizabeth Middlemore, dau. of Robert 
Middlemore of Haselwell, co. Wor- 
cester, gent, by Eleanor his wife, dau. 
and coheir of Richard Fox of Moseley, 
CO. Worcester, gent ; bapt. at King's 
Norton 26 December 1644; marr. 
there 19 November 1689; bur. at 
King's Norton 5 February 171^. She 
marr. istly Walter Grey, esquire. 



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Henry Middlemore of Enfield, co. Middlesex,=j=Elizabeth Fowke, dau. of Thomas Fowke ; 



Groom of the Privy (Chamber to Queen 
Elizabeth ; bur. at St. James', Clerkenwell, 
CO. Middlesex, i8 July 1592. Administration 
granted 22 August 1592 (P.C.C.) 



/K 



administratrix to her husband 22 August 1592 ; 
bur. at Thornton Curtis, co. Lincoln, 16 De- 
cember 1633. She marr. 2ndly, as his 2nd wife. 
Sir Vincent Skinner of Thornton Curti.s, knight. 



{For issue see page 2g.) 



Edward Middle- 
more; living 13 
May 1643. 



Stephen Middle- 
more ; bur. at 
King's Norton, 
CO. Worcester, 4 
June 1637. 



George Middlemore of King's 
Norton, gent ; mentioned in 
wills of his uncle, William 
Middlemore, 13 May 1643, 
his sisters, Mary Middlemore, 
14 August 167 1, Elizabeth 
Middlemore, 9 December 
1673, and Margaret Middle- 
more, 10 January i68y, and 
his brother, John Middle- 
more, 6 July 1705; bur. at 
King's Norton 4 June 1706. 



Margaret Middlemore of 
Northfield, in King's Nor- 
ton ; mentioned in wills 
of her uncle, William 
Middlemore, 13 May 1643, 
and her sisters, Mary 
Middlemore, 14 August 
167 1, and Elizabeth Mid- 
dlemore, 9 December 1673. 
Will dated 10 January 
1 68i, proved at Worcester 
15 January 168 J. 



George Middlemore of Hawkesley, in King's= 
Norton, gent ; born at King's Norton 
6 November 1658 ; administrator to his 
brother, William Middlemore, 3 April 17 12; 
made a settlement of Hawkesley 7 De- 
cember 1723; bur. at King's Norton 23 
January 172 J. Will dated 4 September 
1725, proved at Worcester 27 June 1728. 



=Anne Culcheth, dau. of 
Thomas Culcheth of Wap- 
penbury, co. Warwick, by 
Mary his wife ; executrix 
to her husband's will 27 
June 1728; bur. at King's 
Norton 18 May 1730. 



Margaret Middle- 
more, executrix to 
will of her sister, 
Susannah Middle- 
more, 16 February 
i68| ; living 6 July 
1705- 



John Middlemore of=j=Sarah Lea of Halesowen, co. 

Warwick ; marriage licence 
(Worcester) dated 10 October 
1724. She marr. 2ndiy 
William Farham. 



Hawkesley, gent. Will 
dated 16 January 173!, 
proved at Worcester 3 April 
1735- 



A 



William Middle- 
more ; living 4 
September 1725. 



Thomas Middle- 
more ; living 4 
September 1725. 



25 



Elizabeth Middlemore of Northfield, 
in King's Norton, co. Worcester ; 
mentioned in wills of her uncle, 
William Middlemore, 13 May 1643, 
and her sister, Mary Middlemore, 
14 August 1 671; bur. at King's 
Norton 9 February 167I. Will 
dated 9 December 1673, proved at 
Worcester 17 February i67f. 



Mary Middlemore of North- 
field ; mentioned in will of 
her uncle, William Middle- 
more, 1 3 May 1 643 ; bur. 
at Northfield 9 September 
167 1. Will dated 14 August 
1 67 1, proved 12 February 
167I (P.C.C. 18 Etire). 



Bridget Middlemore of 
Northfield ; mentioned in 
wills of her uncle, William 
Middlemore, 13 May 1643, 
and her sisters, Mary Mid- 
dlemore, 14 August 167 1, 
and Elizabeth Middlemore, 

9 December 1673; living 

10 January i68|-. 



George Middlemore. 



Joseph Middlemore. 



Maria Elizabeth 
Middlemore, bapt. 
at the Catholic 
Church of St. 
Peter's, Birming- 
ham, 4 July 1709. 



Robert Middlemore of= 
Birmingham, bridle 
cutter ; mentioned in 
his father's will 4 Sep- 
tember 1725; bur. at 
Edgbaston, co. War- 
wick, 6 November 
1766. 



=Barbara Amerongen, dau. 
of Justinian Amerongen, by 
Hannah (Justice) his wife; 
marr. at the Catholic Church 
of St. Peter's, Birmingham, 
20 November 1722 ; bur. at 
King's Norton 19 November 
1781. 



George Middlemore of Walsall,=j= Sarah 



CO. Stafford, bridle cutter ; 
born 7 February, bapt. at St. 
Peter's, Birmingham, 8 February 

I72f. 



Meakin. 



Lucy Middlemore, bapt. 
at St. Peter's, Birming- 
ham, 27 November 1725. 



Anne Middlemore, 
bur. at Edgbaston 
23 February 172I-. 



John Middlemore of= 
Stratford-on-Avon, co. 
Warwick, bapt. at 
Walsall 24 June 1752. 



=Mary Middlemore, dau. of Richard Middlemore 
of Hawkesley, in King's Norton (son of John 
Middlemore, by Sarah Lea his wife, see previous 

page); bapt. at King's Norton 8 August 1759; 
marr. there 18 June 1777. 



Barbara Middlemore, 
bapt. at Walsall 17 
January, bur. there 
10 April 1756. 



Richard Middlemore of Birmingham and The Davids,= 
Northfield; born at Stratford-on-Avon 21 March, bapt. 
there 30 September 1778; died, aged 62, 19 February, 
bur. at Northfield 26 February 1841. M.L Will dated 
15 November 1838, proved 17 April T841, by William 
Middlemore, son, one of the Exors (P.C.C. 282, 41). 



=Elizabeth Mucklow, dau. of 
James Mucklow of Birmingham ; 
born in 1773; marr. at Aston, 
CO. Warwick, i April 1799; died 
2 February, bur. at Northfield 
9 February' 1838. M.I. 



/K 



{For issue see " Visitation of Ens;land and Wales" 
Vol. VIIL, page 77.) 



26 



Richard Midddlemore of Great Missenden, co. Buckingham, gent ; mentioned in his father's 
will 4 September 1725. Will dated 10 November 1731, proved 28 July 1747 (P.C.C. 
187 Potier). 



Thomas Middlemore, bur. at 
Edgbaston 27 August 1733. 



Thomas Middlemore, bur. at 
Edgbaston 25 February 173I. 



Anne Middlemore, bur. 
Edgbaston 21 April 1737. 



at 



William Middlemore, bapt. at Walsall, co. 
Stafford, 21 September 1767; died 25 
September, bur. at Walsall 30 September 
1792. M.I. 



Elizabeth, bapt. at Walsall=j=Robert Garner of 



5 May 1769; marr. there 
18 December 1794. 



Stoke-upon-Trent, 
CO. Stafford. 



A 



JohnWhitehouse= 
of Walsall. 



=Ann, marr. at Walsall 12 April Joseph Hitchener 
179.. \S'\\\ dated 6 July 1836, of Walsall, 
proved 3 January 1837. 



As 



=Sarah, bapt. at Walsall 
19 December 1758; 
marr. there 20 Sep- 
tember I 7 78. 



John Middlemore of Gate Street, Lincoln's 
Inn Fields, London; born 30 June 1781, 
bapt. at Stratford-on-Avon, co. Warwick, 
2 January 1782 ; died 6 October 1846. 
Administration granted 20 December 1851, 
to William iMiddlemore, nephew (P.C.C.) 



Elizabeth Middlemore, 
born 9 November 1783, 
bapt. at Stratford-on- 
Avon 12 April 1784, 
bur. there 22 ALiy 1787. 



William Middlemore, 
born 1 1 Novem- 
ber 1785; bur. at 
Stratford-on-Avon 10 
March 1790. 



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I I 

Richard Middlemore of Walsall, co.=T=Elizabeth Worsey ; marr. at Mary, married Richard 



Stafford ; died, aged 72, 9 November 
1803, bur. in the Bath Street Burial 
Ground. M.I. Will dated 26 April 
1800, with codicils dated 5 July 1802 
and 6 November 1803, proved 23 
February 1804 (P.C.C. 116 Heseltine). 



Tipton, CO. Stafford, in Feb- 
ruary 1767; died, aged 68, 
bur. at Walsall 15 January 
1810. M.I. Administration 
granted at Lichfield 8 June 
1810. 



Hawkesford of Bir- 
mingham. 



Maria Middlemore ; bur. at 
Walsall 6 May 1771. 



William Mold^Maria, bapt. at Tipton 28 May 1775; marr. at 
of Walsall, Walsall 15 November 1804; died 17 August 
factor. 1811, bur. at Walsall. M.I. 



William Lewin of Birmingham,=Elizabeth, bapt. at 
plater; died, aged 76, bur. at Peter's, Birmingham, 
Solihull, CO. Warwick, 17 No- 
vember 1 8 19. Will dated 21 
June 1788. 



St. 

19 
April 1741 ; died 4 June 
1830, bur. at Solihull. Will 
dated 4 August 1828, with 
codicil dated 9 March 1830. 



Sarah Middle- 
more, bapt. at 
St. Peter's, 
Birmingham, 3 
June 1744. 



. . Middlemore, 
bur. at Edgbas- 
ton, CO. Warwick, 
26 May 1749. 



John Hutton of^Elizabeth, bapt. 
Birmingham, spur- at Walsall 9 No- 
buckle maker; vember 1762; 
Will dated 1 6 April marr. there 22 
1800, proved 9 February 1789. 
October 1800. 



Sarah ; bur. at=j=Robert Middlemore of=Hester ; living 



Walsall 22 June 
1 79 1, ist wife. 



Birmingham, bridle 
cutter; bapt. at Walsall 
28 September 1764; 
died, aged 68, i Sep- 
tember 1832. 



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in 1832. 
wife. 



2nd 



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Pedigree of Middlenwrc of Liisby, co. Lincoln. 



Middlemore. 

LVul. S, p. 77-] 



Henry Middlemore of Enfield, co.=j=Elizabeth Fowke, 
Middlesex, Groom of the Privy dau. of Thomas 
Chamber to Queen Elizabeth Fowke. 
{see page 2j). 



Robert Middlemore of Enfield, esquire ;= 
of University College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 15 February 159^, aged 14; 
Equerry to Charles I. ; of the Close, 
Lincoln, 26 March 1629. 



John Sandes of^Elizabeth, marriage 

Thornton Curtis, 

CO. Lincoln ; aged 

34, 28 April 1627 ; 

died, aged 74, 21 

December 1664, 

bur. at Coxhill, 

CO. Lincoln. 



licence (Lincoln) 
dated 28 April 
1627, then aged 
25 ; bur. at Thorn- 
ton Curtis 2 July 
1687. 



A\ 



=l)orothy Fulstow, dau. of Richard Fulstow of High 
Taynton, co. Lincoln, and sister and colieir of 
Peregrine Fulstow ; marriage licence (Bishop of 
London) dated 24 October 1601, then aged 22; 
died 29 May 1610, bur. at Enfield. ALL Liq. p. m. 
taken at Boston 26 October i6io. 



Edward Middlemore of Bar-= 
ton-on-Humber, co. Lincoln, 
esquire; aged 4, 29 May 1610; 
executor and heir to his aunt, 
Dame Amy Browne (sister and 
coheir of Peregrine Fulstow), 
2 August 1632 ; entered his 
pedigree in the Visitation of 
Lincoln in 1634; member of 
the Royalist Committee for 
CO. Lincoln in March 164I. 
Administration granted 27 June 
1656 (P.C.C.) 



=Mary Booth, dau. of 
George Booth of 
Killingholme, co. 
Lincoln, by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of 
Marmaduke Monck- 
ton of Cavill, co. 
York ; bapt. at Kil- 
lingholme 19 July 
1607; administratrix 
to her husband 27 
June 1656. 



Richard Middlemore, bapt. at 
Barton St. Peter, co. Lincoln, 
6 March 162I; bur. at Killing- 
holme 30 May 1629. 



Elizabeth Middlemore, bapt. 
at Barton St. Peter 29 Jan- 
uary 162I; bur. there 24 
January i6|^. 



Robert Middlemore, bapt. 
at Barton St. Peter 16 
February, bur. there 20 
February i6|^. 



I 
Henry Middlemore of Lusby, co.= 
Lincoln, esquire ; of the Inner 
Temple, admitted 9 December 
1681 ; died, aged 24, in March 
168I. 



=Anne Saville, dau. and coheir of William Saville of Newton, 
CO. Lincoln, by Alice his wife, dau. of John Oldfield of 
Spalding, CO. Lincoln; bapt. at Newton 16 September 1668; 
marr. there 22 March i68f ; living 16 September 1716. She 
marr. 2ndly Cecil Cooper of Thurgarton, co. Nottingham. 



Sampson Parkyns (eldest son of Sir Thomas Parkyns of= 
Bunny Park, co. Nottingham, baronet) ; admitted to the 
Middle Temple 18 September 1702, and to Gray's Inn 17 
November 1704 ; died, aged 27, bur. at Bunny 17 April 17 13. 



A 



=Alice, bapt. at Southwell, co. 
Nottingham, 28 August 1688; 
marr. at Thurgarton 4 Septem- 
ber 1707, marriage settlements 
dated 24 August 1707. 



29 



Mary Middlemore, Maid of Honour to Sir Edward Zouch of Bramshill,^Elizabeth, bapt. 
Queen Anne, wife of James I. ; died co. Hants, Knight Marshall at St. James', 

3 January, bur. in Westminster Abbey of England. He marr. istly Clerkenwell, Lon- 

4 January i6i|. Eleanor Brittayne. don, 26 October 

1583. 2nd wife 



Henry Middlemore of Lusby, co.=j=Elizabeth Penyston, dau. and coheir of the Rev. 



Lincoln, esquire ; bapt. at Killingholme, 
CO. Lincoln, 24 March 163^; bur. at 
Lusby, CO. Lincoln, 4 November 1667. 



Anthony Penyston, by Alice his wife ; marriage 
settlements dated 16 September 1652. She marr. 
2 ndly Thomas Booth of East Rasen, co. Lincoln, gent. 



John Archer of Enfield,^Mary, marriage settlements (Faculty Office) George Middlemore, 

CO. Middlesex. dated 8 August 1694, then aged about 30. bapt. at Lusby 28 

2nd wife. April 1665 ; living in 

1670. 



Elizabeth Middlemore of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, West- 
minster. Will dated 3 September 17 16, proved 14 May 
1 717 (P.C.C. 100 Whitfield). 



Anthony Middlemore ; living 
in 1670. 



Frances Bilcliffe, dau. of Joseph Bilcliffe of=|=George Middlemore= 



Normanby, co. Lincoln, by Margaret his wife, 
dau. of Edmund Chpsham of Otteley, co. 
Lincoln; bapt. at Normanby 3 May 1642; 
niarr. at Walesby, co. Lincoln, 14 February 
1667^, marriage licence (Lincoln) dated 11 
February 1667; bur. at Lusby, co. Lincoln, 
8 March i66f. ist wife. 



of Bolingbroke, co. 
Lincoln, esquire ; bapt. 
at Barton St. Peter, 
CO. Lincoln, 3 March 
163^ ; Captain Lin- 
colnshire Militia 1668. 



=Anne; bur. at Boling- 
broke II June 1685. 
Shemarr. istly Norton 
Bryan of Bolingbroke. 
2nd wife. 



Frances, bapt. at 
Lusby 27 Septem- 
ber 1667 ; marr. 
at Bolingbroke 29 
November 1688, 
John Bishop. 



John Bryan of Bolingbroke (only son of Norton Bryan=^Dorothy, bapt. at 



of Bolingbroke, by Anne his 2nd wife); bapt. at 
Bolingbroke 2 February i66|; bur. there 13 April 
1725. Will dated 21 January 1724, proved at Lincoln 
30 April 1725. He marr. 2ndly Mary, dau. of Lyon 
Clipsham of Grantham, co. Lincoln. 



A 



Lusby 7 March 
i66f; bur. at 
Bolingbroke 2 
April 1700. 1st 
wife. 



Dorothy Middle- 
more, bapt. at 
Barton St. Peter 
5 February 163I. 



Mary Middle- 
more, bapt. at 
Barton St. Peter 
I January 1 63^'. 



Edward Middlemore, 
bapt. at Barton St. 
Peter 10 March 1634, 
bur. there 13 March 
following. 



Edward Middlemore of Barton- 
on-Humber, co. Lincoln, gent ; 
bapt. at Barton St. Peter 2 March 
1635; bur. at Lusby 16 June 
1663. 



Philip Middle- William Middlemore, Norton Bryan of Bolingbroke, =f=Elizabeth, bapt. at 



more, bapt. at 
Barton St. Peter 
22 February 
i63ff- 



bapt. at Barton St. 
Peter 16 July, bur. 
there 29 July 1639. 



esquire ; bapt. there 29 July 
1634. Will dated 31 January 
1674^, proved at Lincoln 3 April 
1673. He marr. 2ndly Anne . . 



Lusby 25 July 1640, 
bur. at 15olingbroke 
8 November 1658. 
I St wife. 



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31 



Wheler. 

[Vol. 8, p. 8 1.] 




Pedigree of IVheler of Martin 
Hussingtree, co. IVorcester. 

William Wheler of Martin=j=Joan Smyth, dau. of John 
Hussingtree, co. Worcester, Smyth of Martin Hussing- 
son of Gilbert Wheler of tree, and sister and heir of 
Croyche, in Hampton Lovett, Thomas Smyth of Martin 
CO. Worcester. Hussingtree. 



John Wheler of Martin Hussingtree,^Bridget Walwin, 
gent. Will dated 13 February dau. of George 
i5|§, inventory taken 2 March I5§u, Walwin of Long- 
proved at Droitwich 29 May 1560 ford, co. Hereford, 
(original at Worcester). 



George Wheler of Martin Hussingtree, gent ; bapt. at Martin=i=Elizabeth Arnold, dau. 



Hussingtree i April 1547 ; executor to his father's will 7 November 
1572. Administration granted at Worcester 13 April 1605. 



of John Arnold of 
Highnam, in Churcham, 
CO. Gloucester. 



John Wheler of London, goldsmith, and of Martin=j=Martha Herrick, dau. of Robert Herrick, 



Hussingtree, gent ; bapt. at Martin Hussingtree 
25 December 1575; administrator to his father's will 
13 April 1605. Will dated i April 1620, proved 
13 February 162.} (P.C.C. 22 Savile). 



thrice Mayor of Leicester, by Elizabeth 
Manby his wife ; bapt. at St. Martin's, 
Leicester, i June 1585 ; marr. there 
6 October 1606. 



John Wheler of London, = 
apothecary ; bapt. at St. 
Martin's, Leicester, 23 
August 1607; entered his 
pedigree in the Visitation 
of London 1634; died 
in 1643. 



=Fresilina Warde, dau. of George Warde of Mary, bapt. at 
Capesthorne, co. Chester, by Margaret his St. Vedast's, Foster 
wife, dau. of Robert Goodwyn; died, aged 85, Lane, London, 20 
7 November 1696, bur. at Wadworth, co. November 1608 ; 
York. M.L She marr. 2ndly Lionel Copley mentioned in her 
of Rotherham, co. York. father's will i April 

1620; living 3 Feb- 
ruary l62f. 



Anne, living in 
1634 {Harl. MS. 
1566). 



Mary, living in 
1634 {Harl. MS. 
1566). 



Frances, living in 
1634 {Harl. MS. 
1566). 



Elizabeth, living in 
1634 {Harl. MS. 
1566). 



32 



Joan Davis, dau. of Williaiii=j=Huniphry Whelcr of Martin Hussingtree,=Isabel Mun, dau. of 



Davis of Martin Hussing- 
tree, co. Worcester ; marr. 
at Martin Hussingtree 27 
November 1546. 1st wife. 



gent. Will dated 19 December 1571, Thomas Mun; living 

inventory taken 16 January 157I, proved 19 December 1571. 

at U'orcester 7 November 1572 (original She marr. istly . . . 

at Worcester). Walker. 2nd wife. 



Sir Edmund Wheler of Ryding Court, in Datchet,=j=Elizabeth Hanbury, 

CO. Buckingham, knight ; bapt. at Martin Mussing- [ dau. and coheir of 

tree 21 February 154I; apprenticed to Richard 

Hanbury of London, Citizen and Goldsmith ; 

knighted at Theobalds 2 March i6i|; Sheriff 

for CO. Buckingham 1616; bur. at Datchet. M.I. 

Will dated 16 December 1633, with codicil dated 

21 January 163I, j)roved 12 May 1635 (P.C.C. 

56 Sadler). /t\ 



Richard Hanbury of 
London, Citizen and 
Goldsmith; executrix 
to her husband's will 
12 May 1635 ; living 
I August 1636. 



Humphry Wheler, 
bapt. at Martin 
Hussingtree 6 Oc- 
tober 1551 ; pro- 
bably died before 
19 December 1571. 



{For issue see page 42. 



Eleanor, bapt. at Martin Hussingtree 30 June 1583; living 
16 December 1633, married Samuel Randall. 



Francis Wheler, bapt. at Martin 
Hussingtree 12 March 158S. 



George Wheler, bapt. 
at Eton, CO. Bucking- 
ham, 20 September 
1 6 10; living I April 
1620. 



Martha, bapt. at 
Martin Hussingtree 
20 February i6ii ; 
living I April 1620. 



Susanna, born 3 May, 
bapt. at Martin Hus- 
singtree 10 May 16 14; 
living 3 February 



Elizabeth Wheler, bapt. at 
Martin Hussingtree 29 
October 1615 ; bur. there 
16 April 1618. 



33 



Richard Wheler, executor 
to will of his brother John 
29 May 1560. 



Thomas Wheler, 
living 13 Feb- 
ruary i5f^. 



Robert Davis of=f=Joan, marr. at Martin 



Martin Hussingtree, 
CO. Worcester. 



Hussingtree 9 Feb- 
ruary iS4f. 



A 



Joan, bapt. at Martin 
Hussingtree 16 April 
1552- 



Bridget, mentioned in 
her father's will 19 
December 1571. 



John Wheler, mentioned in will of his 
godfather, John Wheler, 13 February is|§; 
not 21, 19 December 1571. 



William Wheler of London, =j=Eleanor Puleston, dau. of Edward Puleston of Allington, co. 



goldsmith, and of Nantwich, 
CO. Chester ; bapt. at Martin 
Hussingtree 10 September 
1580. Administration granted 
29 August 1656 (P.C.C.) 



Denbigh, by Winifred his wife, only sister of Sir Thomas Trevor, 
Baron of the Exchequer ; administratrix to her husband 29 
August 1656; died, aged 85, i June 1678, bur. at Leamington 
Hastings, co. Warwick. M.L Portrait in the possession of 
Sir Trevor Wood Wheler, Baronet. 



Richard Binckes=j=Elizabeth, died, aged Sir Charles Wheler=i= Dorothy Bindlosse, dau. of Sir 



of Richmond, 
York. 



85, 16 October 1708, 
bur. at Martin Hus- 
singtree. M.I. 



of Birdingbury, co. 
Warwick, baronet. 



Francis Bindlosse of Borwick 
Hall, CO. Lancaster, knight. 



A 



A 
(^See next page.) 



34 



Pedigree 



of IVheley of Leamington Hastings, co. IFarwick. 



Wheler. 

[Vol. 8, p. Si.] 




Sir Charles Wheler of Birdingbury,=pDorothy Bindlosse, 
CO. Warwick, baronet ; Fellow of dau. of Sir Francis 
Trinity Colicj^e, Cambridge, ejected Bindlosse of Berwick 
1 8 April 1644; Gentleman of the Hall, co. Lancaster, 
I'rivy Ciiamber to King Charles II. knight, by Cecilia 
1660 ; Colonel in the Royalist his 2nd wife, dau. 



Army, Captain in the King's 
Ciuirds at Dunkirk June 1O61-68, 
Colonel of a Regiment of Foot 
16 February 167 J; M.P. for 
Cambridge University 8 March 
1 66i ; Governor of the Leeward 
Islands ; succeeded (under special 
remainder) Sir William Wheler of 
Westminster, as 2nd baronet, 6 Au- 
gust 1666, and to the estate of 
Leamington Hastings, co. War- 
wick, on the death of his mother's 
cousin. Sir Thomas Trevor, 
baronet, 5 February 167^; entered 
his pedigree in the Visitation of 
Warwickshire 1682, then aged 62 ; 
died, aged 64, 26 August, bur. at 
Leamington Hastings 29 August 
1683. M.I. Will dated 7 and 12 
March i68§, proved 8 September 
1 683 (P.C.C. 1 08 Drax). for/rait 
I'v Sir Fctcr Lelx, in the pcssession of 
Sir Trevor Wood Wheler, Imronet. 

{See pre7'io!!S /"age.) 



of Thoma.s, Lord 
Delawarr ; marriage 
licence (London) 
dated 7 August 1648, 
then aged about 
22 ; executrix to her 
husband's will 8 
September 1683 ; 
died, aged 60, 
bur. at Leamington 
Hastings 15 .\iigust 
1687. M.I. Will 
dated 17 June 1687, 
proved 1 3 September 
1687 (P.C.C. 122 
Fooi). 



Trevor Wheler, Sir William Wheler of Leamington= 

Captain and Hastings, baronet; aged 28 in 1682; 

Major in his Ensign in the Holland Regiment 

father's Regi- 29 March 1680, Lieutenant 9 Feb- 

mentofFooti6 ruary i685, Captain i November 

Feliruary 167^ ; 1682, Captain ist Foot Guards 

Lieutenant of 4 July 1689 ; succeeded his father 

Windsor Castle; as 3rd baronet 26 August 1683; 

died, aged 28, died, aged 54, 23 February, bur. at 

5 October 1678, Leainington Hastings 26 P^ebruary 

bur. at Learning- i7o[J. M.I. Will dated 5 July 

ton Hastings. 1698, with codicil dated 25 June 

M.I. 1699, proved 2 April 1709 (P.C.C. 
88 Lane). 



=Teresa Widdrington, dau. of the Hon'''= 
Edward Widdrington (2nd son of 
William, 1st Lord Widdrington), by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Caryll, 3rd 
Viscount Molyneux ; marr. at St. 
Marlin's-in-the- Fields, Westminster, 15 
January 169I ; bur. at Leamington 
Hastings 7 May 17 18. Will dated 11 
"May 1716, proved 2 January 171" 
(P.C.C. 20 Bro7e.'/iiiig). I'or/rait 'wi/h 
her son Trevor as a child, at Leainington 
ILasiings, in the possession 0/ the Rev. 
Degge U'ilmot Sitivell. 



Arabella Wheler, 
born 2 1 October, 
bapt.at Leaming- 
ton Hastings 25 
October 1696 ; 
living 25 June 
1699. 



Sir Trevor Wheler of Leamington 
Hastings, baronet; born 15 November, 
bapt. at Leamington Hastings 25 No- 
vember 1697 ; educated at Rugby, 
admitted 6 June 1706; succeeded his 
father as 4th baronet 23 February 170^; 
died at Bath, co. Somerset, aged 20, 1 1 
October, bur. at Leamington Hastings 17 
October 17 18. .Administration granted 
5 December 1718 (P.C.C.) Portrait 
at L.eamington Lfastings, in the possession 
0/ the Rev. Degge U'ilmot Sitwell. 



Teresa Wheler, 
born 16 De- 
cember 1698. 



Sophia Wheler, 
born 5 .Sep- 
tember, ba[)t. 
at Leamington 
Hastings 2 2Sep- 
tember i 700 ; 
died at Calais, 
France, in 1 746. 



2,1 



Admiral Sir Francis Wheler, aged 24 in 1682 ; Ensign= 
in Prince Rupert's Regiment 22 September 1674, 
Captain ist Foot Guards 26 January i68j; 2nd 
Lieutenant of the "Rupert" in April 1678, Captain 
of the "Nonsuch" 8 April 1681 ; in command of the 
"Albemarle" at the battles of Beachy Head, 1690, 
and Barfleur, 1692, Rear-Admiral October 1692; 
appointed to command a squadron in the Mediter- 
ranean in December 1693; executor to his mother's 
will 13 September 1687; knighted 1688; Governor 
of Deal Castle 20 December 1690; drowned in the 
wreck of his flag-ship, the "Cambridge," off Malaga, 
19 February 169!. Will dated 30 October 1692, proved 
28 April 1694 (P.C.C. 89 Box). (See "Dictionary of 
National Biography," Vol. 60, page 444.) 



■Arabella Clifton, sister of Sir William 
Clifton of Clifton Hall, co. Nottingham, 
3rd baronet, and dau. of Sir Clifford 
Clifton, knight, by Frances his wife, 
dau. of Sir Heneage Finch, Recorder 
of London ; marr. at St. Bride's, Fleet 
Street, London, 12 November 1685; 
marriage licence (Bishop of London) 
dated 11 November 1685, then 
aged 18. Will dated 20 November 
17 18, proved 9 April 1720 (P.C.C. 
97 Shalkr). 



/K 



(For issue see page 40.) 



I 

Catherine Wheler, 

born 6 October, 
bapt. at Leaming- 
ton Hastings, co. 
Warwick, 1 2 Oc- 
tober 1701 ; died 
at Offchurch, co. 
Warwick, 1 2 Oc- 
tober, bur. at Lea- 
mington Hastings 
14 October 1732. 



EleanorWheler, Sir William Wheler of Leaming-= 

died 16 July, ton Hastings, baronet ; educated 

bur.atLeaming- at Rugby, admitted 7 February 

ton Hastings 19 171I, and at Magdalen College, 

July 1723. Oxford, matriculated 5 May 

1720, aged 15 ; succeeded his 

brother as 5 th baronet in 171S; 

bur. at Leamington Hastings 

4 June 1763. Will dated 12 

July 1756, with codicil dated 

21 January 1757 and 30 March 

1763, proved 20 June 1763 

(P.C.C. 316 Ceesar). Portrait 

at Leamingto?t Hastings, in 

the possession of the Rev. 

Degge Wilmot Sitwell. 



=Penelope Glynne, dau. 
of Sir Stephen Glynne 
of Ambrosden, co. Ox- 
ford, 3rd baronet, by 
Sophia his wife, dau. 
and coheir of Sir 
Edward Evelyn of Long 
Ditton, CO. Surrey, 
baronet ; marr. at Am- 
brosden I November 
1724; died at Lea- 
mington Hastings 23 
January 1 7f§. Portrait 
at Claverdon Leys, co. 
Wanvick, in the posses- 
sion of Edivard Gallon 
Wheler. 



Trevor Wheler, Sir William Wheler of Leamington Hastings,= 

born 4 Sep- baronet ; born 16 July, bapt. at Leamington 

tember, bapt. Hastings 4 August 1726 ; of Trinity College, 

at Leamington Oxford, matriculated 13 November 1744; 

Hastings 1 9 Sep- succeeded his father as 6th baronet in June 

tember 1725; 1763; Sheriff for co. Warwick 1771-72; 

died in infancy, died 8 April, bur. at Leamington Hastings 

16 April 1799. M.L Will dated 9 July 

1795, proved 9 September 1799 (P.C.C. 

690 Ho7ve.) 



=Lucy Knightley, dau. and heir 
of Giles Knightley of Woodford, 
CO. Northampton, by his wife, 
Angel Stanley of Ashenhurst, co. 
Stafford; marr. in June 1752, 
marriage settlements dated 22 
May 1752 ; died, aged 58, bur. 
at St. James', Bath, co. Somerset, 
4 April 1791. 



1753; marr. 
March 1777. 



there 18 



Knightley Wheler, admitted to Rugby 31 Edward Sacheverell=Lucy, bapt. at Learning- 
August 1763, of Trinity College, Oxford, Wilmot Sitwell of ton Hastings 17 May 
matriculated 16 July 1772, aged 18, created Stainsby, co. Derby. 
M.A. 24 January 1777; died, aged 44, 20 
June, bur. at Leamington Hastings 27 June 
1798. 



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John BIount= 
of CO. Salop. 



=CeciIy, mentioned 
in her father's will 



Dorothy Elizabeth, Maid of Honour to Queen Catherine; 
marr. Count Nassau after 1682. Fortrait by Sir Peter Lcly, 
in the possession of Sir Trevor Wood Wheler, baronet. 



Charles Wheler, 
bur. at Leaming- 
ton Hastings, 
CO. Warwick, 3 

April 1705. 



Charles Wheler of War-= 
wick, esquire ; bapt. at 
Leamington Hastings 30 
May 1 705 ; educated at 
Rugby, admitted 17 13; 
died before 14 March 



176^ 



Administration 



granted i o September 
i769(P.C.C.) 



=Frances Shuckburgh, 
dau. of John Shuck- 
burgh of Bourton, in 
Dunsmore, co. War- 
wick ; administratrix 
to her husband 10 
September 1769. 



Edward Wheler of Lea- 
mington Hastings, esquire; 
born at Leamington Has- 
tings 4 November 1706; 
admitted to Rugby School 
1 7 14; died at Bath, co. 
Somerset, 15 October 1762. 
Will dated 10 October 
1762, proved 20 November 
1762 (P.C.C.489 St. Eloy). 



Francis Wheler, born 
at Brussels 14 August 
1727 ; Major in the 
service of the Hon'"''' 
East India Co. at 
Madras ; executor to 
will of his uncle, 
Edward Wheler, 20 
November 1762; died 
24 October 1769. 
\\'ill dated 5 March 
1768, proved 16 No- 
vember 1769 (P.C.C. 
400 Bogg). 



Rev. Sir Charles Wheler of= 
Leamington Hastings, baronet; 
born at Paris 22 December 
1730 ; of Clare College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1753, M.A. 1756; 
Vicar of Leamington Hastings 
1 757-182 1, Prebendary of 
York 1779-1821 ; succeeded 
his brother as 7th baronet 8 
April 1799; died at Bath, 
aged 91, 12 July 1821, bur. at 
Walcot, Bath. \l.\. at Lea- 
mington Hastings. Miniature 
in the possession of Sir Trevor 
Wood Wheler. baronet. 



=Lucy Strange, dau. and coheir of the 
Rt. Hon'''= Sir John Strange, Master of 
the Rolls {Portrait with wife and son, 
by Philtips, at Claverdon Leys, co. 
War7vick, in the possession of Edioard 
Galton Wlieler), by Susanna his wife, 
dau. and coheir of Edward Strong of 
Greenwich, co. Kent ; marr. at Kings 
Walden, co. Hertford, 20 January 
1762; died, aged 67, 16 December, 
bur. at Leamington Hastings 26 
December 1800. M.L Will dated 
30 November 1799. Administration 
granted iS June 1801 (P.C.C. 434 
Abercrombie). 



Sir Trevor Wheler of Leamington Hastings, baronet ;= 
bapt. at Leamington Hastings 23 June 1763; entered 
Rugby School 16 July 1771; of the Hon'''"-' East India Co.'s 
Service; Colonel Warwickshire Militia; succeeded his 
father as 8th baronet 12 July 182 1 ; died at Woodseat, co. 
Stafford, 4 February 1830, bur. at Rocester, co. Stafford. 
Will with two codicils dated 4 March 1826 to 14 April 
1828, proved 15 March 1830, by Sir Trevor Wheler, 
baronet, son, and Harriet Wheler, daughter, two of the 
executors (P.C.C. 221 Beard). 



=Harriet Beresford, dau. of Richard 
Beresford of Ashbourne, co. 
Derby, by Alice his wife, dau. of 
Richard Garle of Leicester ; bapt. 
at Ashbourne 5 February 1771 ; 
marr. there 20 March 1792 ; died 
at Crakemarsh Hall, co. Stafford, 
9 August 1806, bur, at Leaming- 
ton Hastings (tio record in 
Register). 



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{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. VI II., page 81.) 





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Harriet Chichely Plowden, 
dau. of the Rev. James 
Plowden, Rector of Ew- 
hurst, CO. Sussex, by 
Susanna his wife, dau. 
of the Rev. Thomas 
Durnford, Rector of Rock- 
bourne, CO. Hants ; marr. 
in April 1772; died at 
Calcutta 27 July 1778. 
Portrait by George. Dance, 
in the possession of Sir 
Trevor Wood IVheler, 
barottef. ist wife. 



^Edward Wheler, Member of the Supreme=j=Charlotte Durnford, 



Council of Bengal; born 21 April, bapt. at 
Leamington Hastings, co. Warwick, 27 April 
1732; a Director of the Hon'"''^ East India 
Co., Deputy-Chairman 1773, Chairman 1773 
and 1774, appointed Governor-General on the 
supposed resignation of Warren Hastings, and 
joined the Supreme Council in 1781; died 
at Calcutta 10 October 1784, bur. in the 
South Park Street Cemetery, Calcutta. M.I. 
there, and at Leamington Hastings. Will 
dated 10 October 1784, proved 23 August 
1785 (P.C.C. 449 Ducarel). Portrait by 
George Dance, in the possession of Sir Trevor 
Wood Wheler, baronet. 



dau. of George 
Durnford of Win- 
chester, CO. Hants ; 
marr. in 1781 ; bur. 
at Preston, co. 
Sussex, 14 Novem- 
ber 1825. M.I. 
2nd wife. 



Charlotte Wheler, born 4 
February 1782; died at 24 
Sussex Square, Kemp Town, 
Brighton, co. Sussex, 9 April 
1 86 1 , bur. at Preston, co. Sussex. 



Charles John Craven (son of the Rev.=j=Penelope, marr. 23 



John Craven of Chilton House, co. 
Wilts, by Catharine his 2nd wife, dau. 
of James Hughes of Letcombe, co. 
Berks); born 14 March 1784; died 
24 October 1864. /^ 



October 1S17; died 
at Kemp Town, 
Brighton, aged 74, 
21 September 1857. 



William Wil-^ 
berforce Bird 
of The Spring, 
Kenilworth,co. 
Warwick. 



'Penelope, bapt. 
at Leamington 
Hastings 17 
August I 764 ; 
died II March 
1839. 



Charles John Wheler of The=j=Isabella Close, dau. of John 



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Spring, Kenilworth ; born 14 
April, bapt. at Leamington 
Hastings 16 May 1766; died 
at the Vicarage, Dunchurch, 
CO. Warwick, 26 September, 
bur. there 30 September 1856. 
M.I. Will dated 5 February 
1856, proved 21 Novem- 
ber 1856 (P.C.C. 882, 56). 
Portrait at Claverdon Leys, 
CO. Wanvick, in the possession 
of Edivard Gal ton IVhe/er. 



Close of Easby Hall, Rich- 
mond, CO. York, by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of Robert 
Wilson of Hartlepool, co. 
Durham ; marr. at Richmond 
13 November 1797 ; died at 
Kenilworth, aged 71, 30 Sep- 
tember, bur. there 5 October 
1 84 1. Miniature at Claver- 
don Leys in ttie possession of 
Edivard Gallon Wheler. 



6%^^/^ pT^U^ 



A 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and 
IFales," Vol. IX., page 12.) 



Penelope Whaler, 
born 2 1 June, 
bapt. at Leaming- 
ton Hastings, co. 
Warwick, i8 July 
173.3 ; 'ju'". there 
in 1 74 1. 



Rev. John Wheler, Prebendary of West- 
minster ; born 20 October, bapt. at 
Leamington Hastings 25 November 1734; 
Prebendary 27 November 1797; executor 
to will of his brother. Sir William Wheler, 
9 September 1799; died in 1818, bur. at 
Preston, co. Sussex. M.L Miniature at 
Bishopton, Stratford-o>i-Avon, co. W'anvick, 
ill tlie possession of Mrs. Studdy. 



Trevor Wheler, Other 
born 25 April, issue, 
bapt. at Lea- died in 
mington Hastings infancy. 
20 May 1736; 
bur. there in 
1741. 



James Wheler, bapt. at Leamington 
Hastings 28 July 1767; bur. there 
31 October 1768. 



George Dandridge of The=j=Jane, bapt. at Leamington 



Commandery, Worcester ; 
of the Hon'''= East India 
Co.'s Service. 



Hastings 28 June 1768. 



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Abraham Hume=f=Sally, baptised Rev. William Wheler, =j=Charlotte Sophia 



of Bilton Grange, 
CO. Warwick, es- 
quire ; admitted 
to Rugby School 
in Midsummer, 
I 779 ; succeeded 
his father, 1 2 May 
1794, as Lord of 
the Manor of 
Rugby. 



at Leamington 
Hastings 26 
August 1769; 
marr. 3 1 De- 
cember 1795 ; 
died 5 April 
1839. 



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Rector of Sutton-upon- 
Derwent, co. York ; 
bapt. at Leamington 
Hastings 3 November 
1770; of Trinity Col- 
lege, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 26 June 1788, 
B.A. 1792, M.A. 1796; 
Rector of Ladock and 
Roche, CO. Cornwall, 
1 796-181 1 ; died 30 
May 1834. A 



Harding, dau. of 
William Harding of 
Baraset, co. War- 
wick ; marr. in 
1807 ; died at Lea- 
mington Hastings, 
in her 92 nd year, 
5 May 1878. 



John Wheler, 
baptised at 
Leamington 
Hastings 27 
Feb. 1772. 



Rev. John Wise (son of= 
Matthew Wise of Leamington 
Priors, co. Warwick, Vicar 
of Marton, co. Warwick) ; 
of Trinity College, Oxford ; 
matriculated 30 June 1788, 
aged 17, B.A. 1792, M.A. 
1796; Vicar of Leamington 
Priors and of Lillington, co. 
Warwick, and Rector of 
Frankton, co. Warwick, 
1 795-1805; Vicar of Marton 
1805 ; died in 1830. 



=Lucy, bapt. 
at Leaming- 
ton Hastings 
28 May 1773. 



Rev. John Biddulph, Rector= 
of Frankton (2nd son of Sir 
Theophilus Biddulph of Birbury, 
CO. Warwick, 4th baronet, by 
Jane his wife, dau. and heir 
of Michael Biddulph of Ripple, 
CO. Worcester) ; of University 
College, Oxford, matriculated 
14 June 1785, aged 19, B.C.L. 
1792; Rector of Frankton 13 
June 1805 to 1830, Vicar of 



Lillington i March 
9 August 1837. 



1 83 1 : died 



=Sophia, born in 
1778; died at 
Frankton, aged 
85, 18 February 
1863. 



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Wheler. 

[Vol. S, p. Si.] 



Pedigree of IVheler of IVhitley, co. Warwick. 




Admiral Sir Francis \Vht;ler,= 
aged 24 ill 1682 ; Ensign in 
Prince Rupert's Regiment 22 
September 1674, Captain ist 
Foot Guards 26 January i68f; 
2nd Lieutenant of the "Rupert" 
in April 1678, Captain of the 
"Nonsuch" 8 April 1681 ; in 
command of the " Albemarle " 
at the battles of Beachy Head, 
1690, and Barfleur, 1692, 
Rear-Admiral October 1692, 
appointed to command a 
squadron in the Mediterranean 
in December 1693; knighted 
1688 ; Governor of Deal Castle, 
CO. Kent, 20 December i6go; 
executor to his mother's will 13 
September 16S7 ; drowned in 
the wreck of his flag-ship, the 
"Cambridge," off Malaga, 19 
February i69f. Will dated 
30 October 1692, proved 28 
April 1694 (P.C.C. 89 Box). 
(See " Dictionary of National 
Biography" Vol. 60, page 444.) 

(See page 36.) 



=Arabella Clifton, sister 
of Sir William Clifton 
of Clifton Hall, co. 
Nottingham, 3rd baro- 
net, and dau. of Sir 
Clifford Clifton, knight, 
by Frances his wife, 
dau. of Sir Heneage 
Finch, Recorder of 
London ; marr. at St. 
Bride's, Fleet Street, 
London, 12 November 
1685 ; marriage licence 
(Bishop of London) 
dated 1 1 November 
1685, then aged 18. 
Will dated 20 Novem- 
ber 17 18, proved 9 
April 1720 (P.C.C. 
97 Shaller). 



Rev. William Wheler, Vicar of Leamington Hastings,= 
CO. Warwick; educated at Rugby 1700-1709, and at 
St. John's College, Cambridge, admitted Pensioner 
29 March 1709, aged 17, B.A. 171 2, M.A. 1716, 
Incorporated at Oxford 8 July 1720; died 5 October, 
bur. at Leamington Hastings 7 October 1738. 
Administration granted 10 April 1739 (P.C.C.) 



=Elizabeth Croft, dau. and heir of 
Richard Croft of Sutton-under-Brailes, 
CO. Gloucester, by .Sarah his wife ; 
marr. at Dunchurch, co. Warwick, 
30 December 171S; died, aged 33, 
29 November, bur. at Leamington 
Hastings i December 1731. M.L 



Francis Wheler of Whitley, co. ^V'arwick, esquire ;= 
born 10 December, bapt. at Leamington Hastings 
28 December 17 19; of Trinity College, O.xford, 
matriculated 13 April 1739; of the Inner Temple, 
barrister-at-law ; died at Birmingham 8 March, 
bur. at Leamington Hastings 16 March 1805. 
Will dated 14 March 1800, proved 9 April 1805 
(P.C.C. 311 Nelson). 



=Jane Smith, dau. of Abel Smith of 
Nottingham, esquire, by Jane his wife, 
dau. of George Beaumont of Chapel- 
thorpe, CO. York ; marr. at St. Peter's, 
Nottingham, 18 September 1753; died, 
aged 41, 2 December 1761, bur. at St. 
Michael's, Coventry, co. Warwick. M.I. 



Henry, Viscount Hood of Whitley: born 25 August i753,^Jane; marr. at St. Michael's, 



bapt. at Portsmouth, co. Hants, 17 April 1754; succeeded 
his father (Admiral Sir Samuel Hood, G.C.B.) as 2nd 
Viscount Hood 27 January 1816, having succeeded his mother 
as Baron Hood of Catherington 25 May 1806; Chamberlain 
of the Household to Queen Caroline 1820-21 ; died, aged 82, 
25 January 1836. \s 



Coventry, 10 September 1774; 
died at V\'hitley Abbey, aged 
93, 5 December 1847. 



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Charles Francis Wheler, born 7 September, bapt. 

Whaler. at St. Giles'- in -the -Fields, London, 16 

September 1694; living in 1741 ; executor 
to his mother's will 9 April 1720. 



Anne Sophia Wheler, bapt. at 
Leamington Hastings, co. War- 
wick, 22 July 1 69 1. 



Sophia Wlieler, born 22 October, 
bapt. at Leamington Hastings 
7 November 1 7 2 1 ; bur. there 
30 April 1724. M.I. 



William Wheler, born 5 No- 
vember, bapt. at Leamington 
Hastings 22 November 1722; 
living 10 April 1739. 



Elizabeth Wheler, born 
3 September, bapt. at 
Leamington Hastings 25 
September 1724. 



Rev. John Mills, Rector=j=Sarah, born 26 May, Robert Wheler, born 



of Barford, co. Warwick 
died, aged 79, 21 March 
1 791, bur. in Barford 
Church. Will dated 8 
November 1788, proved 
9 April 1791, by W'illiam 
Mills, son (P.C.C. 187 
Bevor). /\ 



bapt. at Leamington 
Hastings 20 June 
1727 ; marr. there 
17 November 1749; 
living 8 November 
1788. 



27 May, bapt. at 
Leamington Hastings 
29 June 1728 ; bur. 
there 23 August 
following. M.L 



Charles Wheler, born 
4 August, bapt. at 
Leamington Hastings 
31 August 1730; 
died 24 June 1739, 
bur. at Dunchurch, 
CO. Warwick. ^LL 



Abel Wheler, born 12 December 
1755 ; died 15 August 1756, bur. 
at St. Michael's, Coventry. M.L 



Mary Wheler, bom 25 
December 1756; died 
19 January 1757. 



Catherine Wheler, born 30 
December 1758; died 
24 August 1760. 



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Wheler. 

[Vul. S, p. Si.] 




Pedigree of JVJieler of Ryding Court, 
CO. Buckingham. 



Sir Edmund Wheler of Ryding 
Court, in Datchet, co. Buckingham, 
knight ; bapt. at Martin Hussing- 
tree, co. Worcester, 21 February 
154I; apprenticed to Richard 
Hanbury of London, Citizen and 
Goldsmith; knighted at Theobalds 
2 March 161 4; bur. at Datchet. 
M.I. Will dated 16 December 
1633, with codicil dated 21 
uary i63f, proved 12 May 
(P.C.C. 56 Sadler). 

{See page 33.) 



Jan- 
163s 



Elizabeth Hanbury, 
dau. and coheir of 
Richard Hanbury of 
London, Citizen and 
Goldsmith, by Alice 
his wife ; executrix 
to her husband's 
will 12 May 1635 ; 
living I August 1636. 



I 
John Peters of Horton,=j=Alice, bapt. at St. Vedast's, Simon English=r=Elizabeth, bapt. at 



CO. Buckingham ; living i 
August 1636. He marr. 
2ndly Mary, dau. of Sir 
Edward Salter. 



Foster Lane, London, 4 of the Middle 
February 158I; died before Temple, Lon- 
8 January 163!. don; living i 

August 1636. 



A 



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St. Vedast's, Foster 
Lane, London, 20 
July 1589; died 
before 8 January 
163^. 



Richard Wheler of Westminster,= 
esquire ; bapt. at St. Vedast's, 
Foster Lane, London, 3 January 
i59y ; died 18 January 163I-. 
Will dated 8 January 163;}, proved 
23 January 163A (Dean of West- 
minster, 172 Camden). Inq. p. m. 
taken at the Quest House, High 
Holborn, London, 16 June 1632 
(C. Vol. 46s, No. 70). 



=Elizabeth Pitt, dau. 
of Sir William Pitt 
of Waspode, co. 
Hants ; marr. 28 
May 1618, marriage 
settlements dated 

21 May 161 8; living 

22 February 164^. 
She marr. 2ndly Sir 
Francis Brandling 
of Alnwick Abbey, 
CO. Northumberland, 
knight. 



Robert Buder of= 
Aylmer, co. Dorset ; 
of the Middle 
Temple, London, 
admitted 13 May 
1 6 13, barrister-at- 
law 23 May 1623; 
living I August 1636. 



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=Beatrix, bapt. 
at St. Vedast's, 
Foster Lane, 
London, 1 3 
April 1600 ; 
marr. before 
16 December 
1633 ; living 
I August 1636. 



Hanbury Wheler of 
Datchet, gent ; bapt. 
at St. Vedast's, Foster 
Lane, London, 1 3 
December 1601 ; 
died, aged 32, 6 
December 1633, bur. 
at Datchet. M.L 



Henry Cogan,= 
Comptroller of 
the Mint ; 
died 3 May 
1 65 1. Adminis- 
tration granted 
29 January 
165I (P.C.C.) 



=Anne, bapt. at 
St. Vedast's, Foster 
Lane, London, 2 1 
December 1602 ; 
marr. before 1 6 
December 1633. 



Abraham Delaune=f=Mary, marr. at 



of Sharsted, co. 
Kent, esquire ; 
living I August 
1636. He marr. 
2ndly Ann, dau. of 
Sir Richard Sonds 
of Throwley, co. 
Kent. 



A 



Datchet 8 Jan- 
uary 162I ; 
died, aged 22, 
in 1626, bur. 
at Datchet. 
M.I. 



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42 



William Wheler of Datchet, co.= 
Buckingham, esquire ; bapt. at 
Datchet 28 July 1605; executor 
to wills of his brothers, Richard 
Wheler, 23 January 163^^, and 
John Wheler, g February 163^; 
of the Middle Temple, London ; 
Joint Comptroller of the Mint 
4 February i6f§. Will dated 22 
March 164I, with codicil dated 
19 April 1649, proved 5 May 
1649 (P.C.C. 69 Fairfax). 



=Jane Wardour, dau. 
of Sir F2d\vard 
Wardour^ of West- 
minster, knight ; 
marr. before 2 7 
April 1636 ; execu- 
trix to her husband's 
will 5 May 1649. 



John Wheler of 
Datchet, gent; 
died, aged 28, 
9 September, 
bur. at Datchet 
12 September 
1636. M.I. Will 
dated i August 
1636, proved 
9 February 

163? (P.C.C. 
20 Goare). 



Susan, unmarried 
16 December 1633, 
marr. before i Au- 
gust 1636, John 
Durdent. 



William Wheler of Twicken- Charles Pitcairn=j= Anne, marr. Gerard Bruce,^EliEabeth, mar- 



ham, co. Middlesex, esquire; of Twickenham ; \ beforei6Au- 
not 15, 22 March 1643 ; born 8 October , gust 1661; 
bur. at Datchet 13 Novem- 1634, bapt. at 1 living 4 Jan- 
ber 1672. Administration Richmond, co. ; uary 1675. 
granted 4 January 167^, Surrey, the same j 
to William \Vardour, uncle, day. ^ 

(P.CC.) 

(His descendants took the 
name of Wheler.) 



living 
1677. 



4 May 



riage licence 
(Faculty Office) 
dated 18 June 
1669, then aged 
about 30; living 
4 May 1677. 



Martin Van- 
denanker. 



=Mary, not 10, 22 
March 164^; marr. 
at St. Paul's, Covent 
Garden, London, ig 
April 1669, marriage 
licence (Faculty 

Office) dated the 
same day. 



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Richard Griffith of Richmond, co.=f=Jane, marriage 
Surrey, M.D. ; educated at Eton, licence (Vicar- 
matriculated as Fellow of University General) dated 
College, Oxford, 28 March 1655, B.A. 18 January: 67 1, 
1657, M.A. 1660; M.D. of Caen in then aged 33. 
Normandy 1664, Hon. Fellow College 
of Physicians 1664, Fellow 1687 ; aged 
about 44, 1 8 January 167I. He marr. 
2ndly, Mary Blackman of Walton-on- 
Thames, co. Surrey, marriage licence 
dated 19 May 1690. /K 



Alice, marriage^ John 
licence (Faculty \Miitehal 
Office) dated 23 
February 1672. 



Frances Wheler, 
unmarried 4 Jan- 
uary 1675. 



43 



John Balch,=j=Katherine, marriage licence 
Citizen and (Faculty Office) dated 6 



Waxchandler. 



April 1678 ; died, aged 
31, 31 August 1680, bur. 
at Datchet. M.L 



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Babington. 

[Vol. 8, p. 89.] 




Pedigree of Babington of Rothley 
Temple, co. Leicester. 



000 
O O 



Humphrey Babington of Rothley= 
Temple, co. Leicester, esquire 
(5th son of Thomas Babington 
of Dethick, co. Derby, esquire, 
by Edith his wife, dau. of Ralph 
Fitzherbert of Norbury, co. 
Derby, esquire); died 22 No- 
vember 1544, bur. in the chancel 
of Rothley Church. M.I. 




^Eleanor Beaumont, 
dau. and coheir of 
John Beaumont of 
NV'ednesbury,co. Staf- 
ford, by Joan his 
wife, dau. of John 
Mytton of Weston, 
CO. Salop ; bur. 
in the chancel of 
Rothley Church. 
M.I. 



Thomas Babington of Rothley Temple and of Cossington,= 
CO. Leicester, esquire; died 27 October 1567, bur. in 
Rothley Church. M.I. Will dated 26 September 1567, 
with codicil dated 19 October 1567, proved 31 January 
i56|- (P.C.C. I Babington). Inq. p. m. taken at Market 
Harborough 2 August 1568 {C. Vol. 14^, No. 76). 



=Eleanor Humfrey, dau. of Richard 
Humfrey of Barton, co. North- 
ampton, by Jane his wife, dau. 
of Robert Parsell of Bedford ; 
executrix to her husband's will 31 
January 1565; bur. at Cossington 
7 June 1578. M.I. 



Humphrey Babington of Rothley Temple, esquire ;=j=Margaret Cave, dau. of Francis Cave 



granted a pardon as partisan of Lady Jane Grey, 
under the Great Seal 1553; aged 23 and more 
27 October 1567; died 10 June, bur. at Rothley 
17 June 1610. Inq. p. m. taken at Leicester 28 
September 16 13 (C Vol. 338, No. jj). 



of Bagrave, co. Leicester, LL.D. ; marr. 
after 9 October 1567 (date of marriage 
agreement) ; died, aged 84, bur. at 
Rothley 20 September 1629. 



Thomas Babington of Rothley= 
Temple and of Cossington, 
esquire ; entered his pedigree 
in the Visitation of Leicester 
in 1 61 9; bur. at Rothley 17 
September 1645. 



Catherine Kendall, dau. of Henry Kendall 
of Smithesby, co. Derby, esquire, by 
Helen his wife, dau. of Henry Sacheverell 
of Radcliffe, co. Nottingham, esquire ; 
bur. at Rothley 21 February 165^. 



Francis Babington, 
bapt. at Rothley 6 
January 157^; bur. 
there 23 January 
following. 



William Danvers of Rothley and of Swithland, co.=f=Elizabeth, born 20 December 1603; 



Leicester, esquire; died, aged 65, 30 August 1656. 



marr. 4 November 1618; died in 1681. 



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44 



Robert Babington ; mentioned in 
wills of his brothers, Thomas 
Babington, 26 Sei)teml)er 1567, 
and the Rev. Francis Babington, 
10 December 1596; bur. at 
Rothley, co. Leicester, 7 April 
1605. 



Rev. Francis Babington, 
Rector of Caythorpe, co. 
Lincoln ; mentioned in will 
of John Lowth 29 July 
1590. Will dated 10 
December 1596, proved at 
Lincoln 23 December 1596 
(1596, fo. 149). 



John Babington of= 
Newtown Linford, 
CO. Leicester; living 
2 August 1568. 



Elizabeth Leigh, = 
dau. of Thomas 
Leigh of Eggin- 
ton, CO. Derby ; 
marr. at Rothley 
17 January 157 j. 
I St wife. 



=Faith Stapleton,= 
dau. and heir of 
Henry Stapleton 
of Renipstone, 
CO. Nottingham; 
marr. at Kemp- 
stone 13 Novem- 
ber 1579; bur. 
at Cossington, 
CO. Leicester, i 
June 1589. 2nd 
wife. 



=Matthew Babington of= 

Cossington, esquire ; 
admitted to the Iimer 
Temple in November 
1566; mentioned in his 
father's will 26 Sep- 
tember 1567 ; died 
10 February, bur. at 
Cossington 13 February 
i6iy. Administration 
granted at Leicester. 
Inq. p. m. taken at 
Leicester i September 
1616 (C. I'o/. jsj, 
A^o. S6). 



=Priscilla Cress- 
well, dau. of 
Richard Cress- 
well of Barnes- 
hurst, CO. Staf- 
ford; marriage 
licence (Leices- 
ter) dated 1 606. 
3rd wife. 



=Margaret Burrow, 
daughter of the 
Rev. Erasmus 
Burrow, Rectorof 
Burrough-on-the- 
Hill,co.Leicester; 
marr. 20 Decem- 
ber i6io, mar- 
riage settlements 
dated the same 
day ; living i 
September 1616. 
4th wife. 



Edward Babing- Rev. Adrian Babington, Rector of Cossington ;= 
ton of London, bapt. at Rothley 21 December 1578; of 
goldsmith ; bapt. Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated in Feb- 
at Rothley 10 ruary i59|-, B.A. 1601, M.A. 1604; Rector 
November 1577. of Cossington 1614, Canon of Lichfield 

and Vicar of Rothley 1608; bur. at 

Cossington 10 August 1625. 



^Margaret Cave, dau. of Henry 
Cave of Barrow-on-Soar, co. 
Leicester, esquire, by Philippa 
his wife, only dau. and heir of 
Robert Braham of Barrow-on- 
Soar ; bapt. 16 January i58|-. 



Rev. Thomas 
Babington, bapt. 
at Cossington 
14 May 161 1 ; 
bur. at Rothley 
29 April 1693. 



Catherine, bapt. at 
Cossington 21 March 
i6i| ; executrix to 
will of her brother, 
the Rev. Humphrey 
Babington, 5 February 
1697}. She married 
. . . Clarke. 



Rev. Humphrey Babington, D.D., Vice-Master of 
Trinity College, Cambridge ; bapt. at Cossington 
5 November 161 5; Rector of Boothby Pagnell, 
CO. Lincoln ; died 4 January 169^, bur. in the 
chapel of Trinity College, Cambridge. Will dated 
17 August 1686, proved 5 February 169 J (P.C.C. 
2 1 Fafie). 



Rev. William Staveley, Rector of Cossington 20 November 
1625 ; died, aged 55, 14 August 1652, bur. at Cossington. 
M.I. Will dated 3 August 1652, proved 29 June 1653 (P.C.C. 
251 Brent). 

45 



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=Anne, born 9 January 1605 ; 
marr. 1 2 January 1 62 J' ; execu- 
trix to her husband's will 29 
June 1653; died in r68i. 



I St wife. 



=Barnaby Babington of Mount-= 
sorrell, co. Leicester ; bur. at 
Barrovv-on-Soar,co. Leicester, 
7 June 1566. 



Eustace Babington, bapt. at Rothley, 
CO. Leicester, 2 February 156^; bur. 
at Barrow-on-Soar 7 November 1566. 



=Joan Sutton, 
marr. at Bar- 
row- on- Soar 
14 January 
156I. 2nd 
wife. 



Edward Vincent of=pMargery, living 



Peckleton, co. Leices- 
ter, esquire; died 1572. 
23 February 157^. 
Inq. p. m. taken at 
Leicester i September 
1572 (C. Vol. 16 T, 
No. loj). A 



September 



Edmund Babington, mentioned St. John Burrow of Burrough, ^Margaret, bapt. at Cossing- 

in his father's will 26 September co. Leicester. Administration ton, co. Leicester, 16 April 

1567; bur. at Rothley 15 August granted at Leicester in 1617. 1548; marr. 23 July 1576. 

1571- 



Rev. Zachary Babington, D.C. L., Chancellor of Lichfield Cathedral ;= 
bapt. at Cossington, co. Leicester, 14 July 1549; of St. Alban's Hall, 
Oxford, B.A. i5f|, M.A. 157!, B.C.L. and D.C.L. from Merton 
College 1599; Canon of Lichfield 28 April 1581, Precentor lo July 
1589 to 1608, Chancellor 1598, Rector of Sudbury, co. Derby, 1583, 
of Hoggeston, co. Buckingham, 1588, of Langwith, co. Derby, 1594, 
and of Cossington 1603; living 20 January 160^. 



=Thomasina Lowth, dau. 
of the Ven^e John 
Lowth, D.D., Arch- 
deacon of Nottingham ; 
marr. at Hawton, co. 
Nottingham, 25 July 
1577- 



A\ 



{For issue see page J2.) 



Anne Babington, 

bapt. at Rothley 
23 February 15^^; 
bur. there the next 
day. 



Dorothy Babington, 
bapt. at Rothley 
24 May 1582 ; bur. 
there 18 December 
1584. 



William Babington of the Inner Temple, London ; 
bapt. at Rothley 27 June 1585 ; admitted to the 
Inner Temple November 1603, Barrister-at-Law 161 2, 
Bencher 1631 ; bur. at Rothley 22 September 
1657- 



Rev. John Sheppard-=Philippa, bapt. at 
son of Over Broughton, Cossington 28 Oc- 
co. Nottingham. tober 1618 ; marr. 

in 1 66 1. 



Anne, bapt. at Cossington 
26 April 1621 ; living 
5 February 1695. She 
marr. . . . Fowler. 



Margaret Babington, 
bapt. at Cossington 13 
April 1624; bur. there 
29 July 1632. 



D 



D 



Henry Babington, 
born 5 February 
i6of ; bur. 20 May 
1616. 



I 
Sir William Prescot of Driby,=f=Margaret, born 22 



CO. Lincoln, knight ; bapt. at 
Driby 15 December 1605. 



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September 1607 ; 
died in 1679. 



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Eleanor Babington, 
born 19 October 
1608 : died young. 



George Lang-=j=Jane, marr. before Ven''''= John Lowth, D.D., Archdeacon of= 

ham of Gopsal, 26 September 1567; Nottingham; marr. after 26 September 1567; 

CO. Leicester, living 2 August died in 1590. Will dated 29 July 1590. 

estiuire, 1568. Administration granted 4 February 159^, to 



A 



Humphry Lowth, cousin (P.C.C. 20 Lewyn). 



=Mary. 
2nd 
wife. 



A\ 



Stephen Everard of=Jane, bapt. at Cossing- Frances Babington, bapt. Mary Babington, 
Hether, co. Leicester ; ton, co. Leicester, 10 at Cossington 8 Septem- died young, 
died, aged 66, 15 March December 1550. ber 1552, and bur. the 



t6i; 



same day. 



Matthew Babington of Rothley Temple, co.= 
Leicester, esquire; born 17 May 161 2; 
admitted to the Inner Temple November 1631, 
Barrister-at-Law 1639; bur. at Rothley 27 
September i66g. Administration granted 
2 November 1669 (P.C.C.) 



=Anne Hopkyns, dau. of Sampson Hopkyns, 
Alderman of Coventry, by Joan his 2nd wife, 
dau. of Richard Butts of Ham Court, co. 
Surrey; died, aged 33, 7 June 1648, bur. in 
the chancel of Rothley ("hurch. M.L 



Elizabeth Jesson, dau.= 
of William Jesson of 
Coventry, co. Warwick ; 
marriage settlements 
dated 24 January i66S- ; 
died 8 April i66g, bur. 
at Rothley. M.L ist 
wife. 



=Thomas Babington of Rothley Temple,= 
esquire : admitted to the Inner Temple 
November 1657 ; B.A. of Cambridge 
1659; High Sheriff for co. Leicester in 
1677; M.P. for Leicester 13 March i68i 
and 10 January 168-^ ; died, aged 73, 
16 April 1708, bur. at Rothley. M.L 
Will dated in August 1706, proved i July 
170S (P.C.C. 183 Barrett). 



Thomas Babington, died, aged 6 months, 
bur. at Rothley i January 16^^. 



=Margaret Hall, dau. and 
coheir of Henry Hall of 
Gretford, co. Lincoln, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of 
Sir Edward Hartopp of 
Freathby, co. Leicester, ist 
baronet ; marriage licence 
(Faculty Office) dated 10 
October 1677, she then 
aged 20; died 12 Feb- 
ruary 172^, bur. at 
Rothley. M.L 2nd wife. 



Elizabeth Babington of 
Cossington ; bap\ at 
Rothley 16 January 
i6|§; died, aged 71, 
18 September 1751, 
bur. at Rothley. M.L 
Administration granted 
29 October 1751 
(P.C.C.) 



Thomas Babington of Rothley= 
Temple ; bapt. at Rothley 10 Oc- 
tober 1682 ; B.A. of Cambridge 
1702 ; executor to his father's will 
I July 1708; died, aged 63, 31 
July 1745, bur. in Rothley Church. 
M.L Will dated 15 January 
174". Administration granted 22 
October 1745 (P.(" C. 265 Seymer). 



=Elizabeth Keeling, dau. of Ralph 
Keeling of London ; marr. at 
Stoke Dry, co. Rutland, in 1711, 
marriage settlements dated 17 
August 1711; died, aged 44, 
30 January 17!^; bur. in the 
chancel of Rothiev Church. M.L 



47 



John Whatton of Leicester, esquire ; High Sheriff for co. Leicester 1 638 ;=f=Catherine, born 
esquire of the body to King Charles L; died, aged 70, 16 February 165I; 18 April 1614; 
bur. in St. Martin's Church, Leicester. M.I. He marr. istly Elizabeth marr. 18 Sep- 
Heyrick, dau. of Robert Heyrick, Alderman of Leicester. tember 1639. 

2nd wife. 



A 



Anne Babing- 
ton, bur. at 
Rothley, co. 
Leicester, in 
1640. 



Matthew Ba- 
bington, died 
in infancy. 



Sir William Jesson=i=Jane, died 30 Septem- 



of Hurley Park, co. 
Leicester; knighted 
12 February 166^. 



her 1688, bur. in the 
chancel of the church 
at Rothley. M.L 



A 



Elizabeth Babing- 
ton, bapt. at Rothley 
8 November 1644; 
died aged 27. 



Rev. William Babington, LL.B., Vicar of Rothley ; bapt.= 
at Rothley 13 July 1686; of Clare College, Cambridge, 
LL.B. 1709; Rector of Cossington 27 December 1710, 
Vicar of Rothley 1735-58; administrator to will of his 
sister Elizabeth, 29 October 1751; died, aged 72, 
5 December 1758, bur. at Cossington. M.L 



=Elizabeth Port, marr. at Osgathorpe, 
CO. Leicester, marriage licence 
(Leicester) dated 26 May 1719; 
died, aged 68, 4 November 1763, 
bur. at Cossington. M.L 



Anne Babington, 
bapt. at Cossing- 
ton 20 March 
172°; died, aged 
4 1, 1 3 April 1 762, 
bur. at Cossing- 
ton. M.L 



Rev. William Babington, LL.B.,= 
Vicar of Rothley; bapt. at Cossing- 
ton 5 February i72|-; of Trinity 
Hall, Cambridge, LL.B. 1749; 
Rector of Cossington 19 December 
1758, Vicar of Rothley February 
1770; died, aged 61, 14 May 1783, 
bur. at Cossington. M.L 



=Mary Carter, dau. of 
Thomas Carter. She 
marr. 2ndly 25 De- 
cember 1794, Joseph 
Spencer Cardale of 
Leicester. 



Catherine Babing- 
ton, bapt. at Coss- 
ington 20 August 
1733; died, aged 
29, 19 March 1762, 
bur. at Cossington. 
M.L 



Maria Carter, bapt. at Rothley 
13 March 1781. She marr. in 
181 2, J. H. Dalton of Leicester. 



Anne Babington, bapt. 20 August Katherine Babington, born 29 May 17 14; died 11 February 
1713; died aged 28 weeks, bur. 1756, bur. at Rothley. M.L Will dated 13 January 17!^, 
in the church at Rothley. M.L proved 23 February 1756 (P.C.C. 30 Glazier). 



48 



I 

Thomas Babington of Somer-= 
sham, CO. Huntingdon; bom 
II August 1615 ; of the 
Inner Temple, admitted in 
November 1632, Barrister-at- 
Law 1641 ; died at Chester 
in 16S0. Will proved at 
Chester in 1682. 



=Catherine Vermuyden, dau. 
of Sir Cornelius Vermuyden, 
by Katherine his wife, dau. 
of Allsaints Lapps ; bapt. at 
the Dutch Church, Austin 
Friars, London, 22 January 
1627 ; bur. I July 1669. 



William Whatton of= 
Newtown Linford, co. 
Leicester, esquire ; 
entered his pedigree 
in the Visitation of 
Leicester 1683 ; bur. 
at Newtown Linford 
28 January 1 70!. 



=Lucy, born 
26 Decem- 
ber 1618. 



A 



Henry Babington, 
bapt. at Somersham 
14 September 1662. 



William Barnett Babington, 
bur. at Rothley, co. Leicester, 
19 May 1685. 



Richard Breton=Anne, adminis- 
of Dover, co. tratri.x to her 



Kent. 



father 2 Novem- 
ber 1669; marr. 
in 167 1. 



William Babington, administrator to his father 
2 November 1669; mentioned in will of his 
brother, Thomas Babington, in August 1706; 
died, aged 66, 18 December 1708 ; bur. in the 
church at Rothley. M.L 



Katharine 
Babington. 



Sir Joseph Danvers of Swithland, co. Leicester, baronet, F.R.S. ;=j=Frances, born 21 July, bapt. 



born 24 December 1686 ; Sheriff for co. Leicester 1721; M.P. for 
Boroughbridge 24 October 1722, for Bramber 18 August 1727, 
and for Totnes 26 April 1734 to 1747; F.R.S. 1724; created 
a baronet 4 July 1746; died, aged 56, 26 October, bur. at Swithland 
30 October 1753. Will dated 19 October 1752 to 17 October 
1753, proved 10 January 1754, by Sir John Danvers, baronet, son 
(P.C.C. 9 Pinfold). /K 



at Rothley 5 August 1694; 
marr. at St. Paul's Cathe- 
dral, London, 7 December 
1721 ; died at Chelsea, co. 
Middlesex, 4 February 1 759, 
bur. at Swithland. 



Thomas Babington of Rothley Temple ;=■ 
born 26 May 17 15; administrator to his 
father 22 October 1745; High Sheriff 
for CO. Leicester 1750; died, aged 61, 
20 June 1776, bur. in the chapel at 
Rothley Temple. M.L Will dated 2 July 
1764, with codicil dated 31 May 1773, 
proved 22 July 1776 (P.C.C. 300 Bellas). 



=Lydia Cardale, dau. of the Rev. Joseph Cardale, 
Vicar of Hinckley, co. Leicester, by Mary his wife; 
marr. at Wanlip, co. Leicester, 9 January 1758; 
executrix to her husband's will 22 July 1776; 
died, aged 64, 4 May 1791, bur. in the chapel 
at Rothley Temple. M.L Will dated 27 October 
1784, with codicil dated 2 December 1790, proved 
24 September 1791 (P.C.C. 420 Bevor). 



49 



Matthew Babington, Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge ; administrator to his father 
2 November 1669; admitted to St. Peter's College, Westminster, in 1663, of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1668, M.A. 1672 ; died, aged 36, in 1680. 



Frances Babington, bom 16 July 17 16; 
executrix to will of her sister, Katherine 
Babington, 23 February 1756; died 21 May 
1792, bur. at Rothley, co. Leicester. M.I. 



Matthew Babington, bapt. 15 January i72f ; 
died, aged 3 years and 43 weeks, 7 November 
1727, bur. in the church at Rothley. M.I. 



Thomas Babington of Rothley= 
Temple ; born 1 8 December 1758, 
bapt. in the chapel at Rothley 
Temple 19 January 1759; educa- 
ted at Rugby and at St. John's 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1779; 
High Sheriff for co. Leicester 
1780; executor to his mother's 
will 24 September 1791; M.P. 
for Leicester 1800-18; died, 
aged 78, 21 November 1837, bur. 
in the chapel at Rothley Temple. 
Will with four codicils dated 
2 July 1829 to 18 September 
1834, proved 25 January 1838, 
by his sons, the Rev. John and 
George Gisborne Babington, the 
executors (P.C.C. 7 Nicholl). 



=Jean Macaulay, 
dau. of the Rev. 
John Macaulay, 
Minister of Card- 
ross, CO. Dum- 
barton ; born 2 
December 1764 ; 
marr. at The 
Manse of Car- 
dross 8 October 
1787; died at 
Rothley Temple, 
aged 81, 21 Sep- 
tember 1845, bur. 
in the chapel at 
Rothley Temple. 



A 

i^For issue see " Visitation of England and 
Wales," Vol. VIII., page 8g.) 



Rev. Thomas Gisborne= 
of Yoxall Lodge, co. 
Stafford, Prebendary of 
Durham ; born at 
Derby 31 October 1758; 
educated at Harrow 
and at St. John's Col- 
lege, Cambridge, B.A. 
(6th Wrangler and 
ist Chancellor's medal) 
1780; Perpetual Curate 
of Barton-under-Need- 
wood, CO. Stafford, 1783 
to 1820, Prebendary of 
Durham 1823 ; author 
of " Principles of Moral 
Philosophy," and other 
works ; died at Yoxall 
Lodge 24 March 1846. 
(See " Dictionary of 
National Biography" 
Vol. XXL, page 401.) 

/N 



=Mary, born 28 
April 1 7 60, bapt. 
in the chapel at 
Rothley Temple 
13 June 1760 ; 
marr. i March 
1784. 



50 



Elizabeth Babington, bapt. at Thomas Toke= 
Rothley, co. Leicester, 8 No- of Beere, co. 
vember 1644; died young. Kent. 



=Elizabeth, marriage Hccnce (Vicar-General) 
dated 5 March 167I. 2nd wife. 



Rev. Matthew Babington,= 
Vicar of Rothley ; born 
24 June, bapt. in the 
chapel at Rothley Temple 
6 August 1761 ; educated 
at Rugby and at St. John's 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 
(loth Wrangler) 1782, 
Fellow of St. John's Col- 
lege, M.A. 1785 ; Vicar of 
Rothley 1787; died at 
Lisbon 6 May 1796. M.I. 
in the chapel of Rothley 
Temple. 



A 



=Elizabeth Drake, only 
child of Richard 
Roberts Drake, Alder- 
man of Leicester ; 
marr. at Leicester 16 
August 1787; died at 
The Temple, Mat- 
lock, CO. Derby, aged 
29, 26 June 1793, 
bur. in the chapel 
at Rothley Temple. 
M.L 



Rev. William Babington,= 
Rector of Cossington, 
CO. Leicester ; born 1 1 
March, bapt. in the 
chapel at Rothley 
Temple 19 April 1763; 
educated at Rugby and 
at St. John's College, 
Cambridge, M.A. 3 June 
1786 ; Rector of Cos- 
sington 1787; (?) died 
in 1820. 



A 



'Elizabeth New- 
bold Noble, dau. 
of the Rev. 
Henry Lovell 
Noble, Rector of 
Frowlesworth,co. 
Leicester ; born 
16 August, bapt. 
at Frowlesworth 
8 October 1768 ; 
marr. there i 
November 1787 ; 
died 13 March 



Francis Babing- 
ton, born 6 May 
1764 ; died 3 
February 1765, 
bur. in the 
chapel at Rothley 
Temple. M.I. 



Katherine Ba- Rev. Joseph Babington of Ludlow, co.= 

bington, born Salop, afterwards of Bath, co. Somerset, 

24 August 1 766; M.D. ; born 2 January, bapt. in the 

died 3 May chapel at Rothley Temple 20 April 

1767, bur. in 1768; educated at Rugby and at St. 

the chapel at John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 179 1, 

RothleyTempIe. M.A. 1794, of Pembroke College, Ox- 

M.I. ford, 7 July 1794, M.B. 1795, M.D. 
1797; died at Bath 15 DcrimhtT 1826. 



=CatherineWhitter; 
dau. of John 
Whitter of Brad- 
ninch, co. Devon ; 
died at Bath 18 
November 1833. 



/K 



SI 



Babington. 

[Vol. S, p. Sg.] 



Pedigree of Babington of Curborough, co. Stafford. 



Rev. Zachary Babington, D.C. L.,= 
Chancellor of Lichfield Cathedral. 

{See page 46). 



=Thomasina Lowth, dau. of 
the Veni''^ John Lowth, 
D.D., Archdeacon of 
Nottingham. 



William Babington of Whittington and= 
Curborough, co. Stafford, esquire ; 
mentioned in will of the Ven'''^ John 
Lowth 29 July 1590; bur. at Cofton 
Hackett, co. VVorcester, in 1625. M.L 



=Helen Littleton, dau. of Sir Edward Littleton of 
Pillaton Hall, co. Stafford, by Margaret his wife, dau. 
and coheir of Sir William Devereux, knight ; died 
30 October 1671, bur. at Cofton Hackett. M.L 



Zachary Babington of Whittington and Curborough, = 
esquire ; admitted to the Inner Temple November 
1646; aged 54, 3 April 1665; died 23 October, 
bur. in the church at Whittington 25 October 1687. 
M.L Will dated 17 July 1686, proved at Whittington 
8 December 1687 (PecuHar of Whittington). 



:^, 




=Katharine Alden, dau. and coheir of 
John Alden of London (will dated 
24 February 165I), by Mary his wife 
(will dated 8 March i66|), dau. of 
Roger Fowke of Brewood, co. Staf- 
ford ; mentioned in her mother's will 
8 March i664; executrix to her 
husband's will 8 December 1687 ; 
bur. at Whittington. M.L 



Elizabeth Nicken,= 
dau. and heir of 
John Nicken of 
Hatherton, co. Staf- 
ford ; mentioned in 
will of Mary Alden 
8 March i66| ; 
bur. at St. Chad's, 
Lichfield, co. Staf- 
ford, 4 February 
i68i. ist wife. 



=John Babington of Whittington and Curborough, = 
and of Packington, co. Warwick, esquire ; of 
Pembroke College, Oxford, matriculated 23 July 
1656, B.A. 1651 ; of Lincoln's Inn, admitted 
27 November 1656; aged 27, 3 April 1665; 
Sheriff for co. Stafford 1702 ; bur. at Whittington. 
M.L Administration granted 9 August 1706 
(Peculiar of Weeford). 



=Mary Hawks, dau. 
of Ralph Hawks of 
Newton, in Blithfield, 
CO. Stafford ; bur. at 
Whittington. M.L 
Will dated 5 Novem- 
ber 1 7 15, proved at 
Lichfield 23 April 
1716 (Dean and 
Chapter of Lichfield). 
2nd wife. 



Katharine, not 21,9 August 
1706; marr. before 5 No- 
vember 1 7 15, Ralph Hawks 
of Newton. =f 
/K 



Zachary Babington of Packington, esquire; of LTniversity 
College, Oxford, matriculated 28 March 1707, aged 17, admitted 
to the Inner Temple 1708; died 15 October 1745. 



52 



Matthew Babington, D.D., 
Chaplain to King Charles I. 
{M.I. at Whittiiiglon, co. 
Stafford) ; died before 24 
February 165I. 



Edward Babington of King's Bromley, =j=Barbara Alden, eldest 
CO. Stafford ; mentioned in will of dau. and coheir of 
Mary Alden 8 March i66|. Will John Alden ; died 
undated, proved 27 June 1667 (P.C.C. before 8 March i56y. 
7 7 Carr). 



Barbara, men- 
tioned in will 
of John Alden 
24 February 
165!; died be- 
fore 8 March 
i66|. 



Mary, unmarried 
8 March i664; 
executrix to her 
father's will 2 7 
June 1667. 



Elizabeth, un- 
married 8 March 
i66f; executrix 
to her father's 
will 27 June 
1667. 



William Warde of=f=Constance, men- 



Penkridge, co. Staf- 
ford ; aged 28 in 
1664. He niarr. istly 
Barbara, dau. of 
Robert Philips. 



tioned in will of 
Mary Alden 8 
March i66|. 



A 



B 



Thomas I^eacroft 
of Stone Walton ; 
aged 22, 7 April 
1663. Will proved 
at Lichfield 31 
March 16S2. 



A 



=Eleanor, bapt. at 
St. Chad's, Lich- 
field, CO. Staf- 
ford, 6 September 
1639; marr. be- 
fore 8 March 
i66|^; living 17 
July 1686. 



Zachary Babington, Vicar of Trelleck, 
CO. Monmouth ; educated at West- 
minster and at Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 19 July 1662, 
aged 18, B.A. 1666, M.A. 1669; 
mentioned in will of his grandmother, 
Mary Alden, 8 March i66|; Vicar 
of Trelleck 1669-70. 



2j7^ ^cLM^.^a 



CTTT^ 



./ 



<A 



Alden Babington. 
M.L at Whit- 
tington. 



Alden Babington, 
mentioned in will 
of John Alden 24 
February i6sj ; 
living 8 March 
1 664 



Luke Robinson of Lichfield.=Dorothy, executrix to her mother's will 

23 April 1 7 16; marr. at St. Mary's, 
Lichfield, 17 May 1724, marriage 
settlements dated 15 May 1724. (See 
" Frai:;menta Geiiea/ogiia," Vol. XL, 
/",?<• '95-) 




^ncff^r Jicc^r^<fhn 




S3 



Richard Floyer of Hints, co. Stafford ; born 29 July,= 
bapt. at Hints i August 1603; of Trinity College, 
Oxford, matriculated 29 January i6i|-; of the Middle 
Temple, Barrister-at-Law 1628 ; died 26 August 1679, 
bur. at Hints. M.I. Will dated 18 August 1679. 
Administration granted at Lichfield 10 February i6|^^, 
to Prudence Floyer, daughter (Dean and Chapter of 
Lichfield). He marr. istly Elizabeth, dau. of Richard 
Weston of Rugeley, co. Stafford. /K 



Elizabeth, marr. at Mancetter, co. 
Warwick, 21 March 164!; died, 
aged 60, 5 January i6|-§, bur. at 
Hints. M.I. Will dated 5 January 
i6|"5-. Administration granted at 
Lichfield 10 February i6§^, to 
Prudence Floyer, daughter (Dean 
and Chapter of Lichfield). 2nd wife. 



John Birch of Cannock, CO. Stafford; aged 69,=j=Margaret. Richard Drakeford=j=Anne, living 



6 April 1663. Will proved at Lichfield 10 
December 1678 (Lichfield Peculiars). 



2nd wife. 



A 



of Stafford. Will 
proved at Lichfield 
12 June 1679. 



[7 July 1686. 



A 



Matthew Dyot of Stych-= 
brook, CO. Stafford, 
gent. Will dated 17 
May 1698, proved 
5 January 169I (Lich- 
field Peculiars, Vol. i, 
fo. 74). 



/\ 



=Mary, marr. at St. 
Mary's, Lichfield, 20 
June 1655 ; mentioned 
in will of her grand- 
mother, Mary Alden, 
8 March i66|; bur. at 
St. Chad'.s, Lichfield, 
18 July 1688. 



Katharine Babington ; 
mentioned in will of 
John Alden 24 Feb- 
ruary 165!^; living 
8 March i66|. 



Dorothy Babington. 
M.I. at Whitting- 
ton, CO. Stafford. 



Theophilus Levitt of Lichfield, gent 
1746, bur. at Whittington. M.I. Will dated 
25 October 1 741, proved 3 February i74t, by 
John Levitt, son (P.C.C. 44 Potter). He marr. 
2ndly at ^Valton-on-Trent, co. Derby, 22 April 
1739, Anne, sister and coheir of William Taylor 
(bur. at NN'hittington 25 September 1765). /|\ 



died 2 May=j=Mary, executrix to 
her mother's will 23 
April 1 7 16; died 
30 March 1734, 
bur. at Whittington. 
M.I. I St wife. 



Elizabeth Babington, 
died before 9 August 
1706. M.I. at Whit- 
tington. 



54 




Pedigree of Felloives. 



Fellowes. 

[Vol. 8, p. 97-] 



=f I f i i 




Wiiliam Fellowes of All= 
Hallows', Thames Street, 
London, deputy of Vintry 
Ward (son of William 
Fellowes of London, by 
Anne his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Worfeild of Leigh, 
CO. Worcester) ; died in 
tlie colony of Virginia. 
Administration granted 15 
April 1682 (F.C.C.) 



=Susanna Coulson, dau. of William 
Coulson of Greenwich, co. Kent, and 
sister and (in her issue) coheir of 
Thomas Coulson, M.P., Director of the 
Hon'''" East India Company {por/niil 
by Sir Godfrey Kneller at Eggcsford 
House, in the possession of the Earl 
of Portsmouth) ; born 20 January 
163 J; marr. 27 September 1653; 
died 14 December 1676. 



Francis Monteith= 
of Greenwich, 
gent ; aged about 
30, 4 August 
1673. Will dated 
4 September 

1680. Adminis- 
tration granted 3 
February 1 68f, to 
James Monteith, 
brother (P.C.C. 
29 North). 



=Anne, marriage 
licence (Vicar- 
General) dated 
4 August 1673, 
she then aged 
about 18 ; living 
29 December 
1735. She mar- 
ried 2ndly John 
Mordaunt of 
Thunderley, co. 
Essex. 



William Fellowes of Eggesford, co.=j=MaryMartin, dau. of Joseph 



/K 



Devon, Master in Chancery ; born 
4 October 1660; of Lincoln's 
Inn, admitted 2 November 1678, 
Barrister-at-Law 4 November 1686, 
Bencher 12 May 1708, Treasurer 
1 7 18; a Master in Chancery 22 
August 1708; F.R.S. 1708; ad- 
ministrator to his father 15 April 
1682; died 19 January 172^, bur. 
at Eggesford. M.I. Will dated 
14 October 1723, proved 4 F'eb- 
ruary 172^ (P.C.C. 30 Bolton). 
Portrait by John Va?{ der Bank 
at Eggesford House, in the posses- 
sion of ilie Earl of Portsmouth. 



Martin of St. Mary-at-Hil 
London, merchant ; marr. 
I October 1695, marriage 
licence (Faculty Office) 
dated 28 September 1695 ; 
died, aged 87, 28 Decem- 
ber 1759, bur. at St. Mary- 
at-Hill, London. M.I. 
Will dated 13 July 1754, 
proved 4 July 1760 (P.C.C. 
281 Lynch). Portrait by 
John Van der Bank at 
Eggesford House, in the 
possession of the Earl 
of Portsmouth. 



Coulson Fellowes of Ramsey Abbey, co. Huntingdon,^ 
esquire; born 12 October 1696; of Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 7 May 1716; of Lincoln's Inn, admitted 27 July 
1 7 14, Barrister-at-Law 4 F'ebruary i72§ ; M.P. for co. Hunting- 
don 2 May 1741 to 20 March 1761; died at James Street, 
Bedford Row, London, 23 F'ebruary 1769. Will dated 13 
December 1766, with codicils dated 3 November 1768 and 
22 January 1769, proved 9 March 1769 (P.C.C. 87 Bogg). 
Portrait by Thomas Hudson at Eggesford House, in the 
possession of the Earl of Portsmouth. 



=Urania Herbert, dau. of Francis 
Herbert of Oakley Park, co. Salop, 
by Dorothy his wife, dau. of John 
Oldbury of London ; marr. 2 April 
1725 ; died at Hampstead, co. 
Middlese.x, 6 February 1779. ^Vill 
dated 17 April 1769. Administra- 
tion granted 20 F'ebruary 1779 
(P.C.C. 50 Warburton). 



William Fellowes of Ramsey Abbey ; of St. John's= 
College, Cambridge, admitted F"ellow Commoner 26 June 
1744, aged 17 ; M.P. for Andover 11 August 1784 to 
1796; Sheriff for the counties of Cambridge and Hun- 
tingdon 1779-80; died at Upper Grosvenor Street, London, 
4 F"ebruary 1804. Will dated ii April 1797, proved 
7 February 1804 (P.C.C. 97 Heseltine). 



=Lavinia Smyth, dau. and coheir of 
James Smyth of Canons Leigh, co. 
Devon, and of St. Audrie's, co. Somer- 
set, by C>race his wife ; marr. 17 May 
1768; executrix to her husband's will 
7 February 1804; died 6 December 
1827. 



55 



Thomas Fellowes, 
bom 2 March 
i66|. 



George Fellowes, Citizen and Mercer of London ; born 2 November 
1666; bur. at St. Mary Abchurch, London. Will dated 23 January 169!, 
proved 3 October 1712 (P.C.C. 1S7 Barnes). 



\ 
Dorothea Fellowes, born in 1697; 
died 24 January 174J, bur. at 
St. Mary-at-Hill, London. Will 
with five codicils dated 18 Sep- 
tember 1740 to 16 January 
i74i> proved 3 February 174I- 
(P.C.C. 47 Sfrahan). Portrait 
at Shotesham, co. Norfolk. 



Martin Fellowes of St. Andrew's, = 
Holbom, London, esquire ; born 20 
July 1702; admitted to Lincoln's 
Inn 3 May 1723; died at Red 
Lion Square, Holbom, 17 July 
1732, bur. at St. Mary-at-Hill, 
London. Administration granted 
3 August 1732 (P.C.C.) 



=Jane Clark, adminis- 
tratrix to her husband 
3 August 1732. She 
marr. 2ndly Charles 
Bowles of North 
Ashton, CO. Oxford. 



Henry Arthur Fellowes of Eggesford, co. 
Devon ; executor to will of his sister 
Mary 2 July 1788; High Sheriff for co. 
Devon in 1775; died in Hill Street, 
Berkeley Square, London, 29 January 
1792, bur. at Eggesford. M.L Will 
dated 16 September 1789, with codicil 
dated 5 January 1791, proved 3 January 
1793 (P.C.C. 331 Fountain). 



Mary Fellowes, born in 1729 ; 
executrix to her father's will 
9 March 1769; died 12 July 
1788, bur. at Eggesford. Will 
dated 10 April 1769, with 
codicils dated 20 August 1776 
and 14 March 1779, proved 
2 July 1788 (P.C.C. 351 
Calvert). 



Dorothea Fellowes, 
mentioned in her 
father's will 13 
December 1766 ; 
living 16 September 
1789. 



William Henry Fellowes of Ramse5^=j=Emma Benyon, 2nd dau. of Richard Benyon of Engle- 



Abbey, and of Haverland Hall, co. 
Norfolk; born 15 July 1769; M.P. for 
CO. Huntingdon ; Major Huntingdonshire 
Militia ; died at his seat, Ramsey Abbey, 
in his 69th year, on Wednesday, 23 
August 1837. Will dated 17 June 1837, 
proved 6 December 1837, by Edward 
Fellowes, son, one of the executors 
(P.C.C. 833 Norwich). 



field House, co. Berks, and of Gidea Hall, co. Essex, 
by Hannah his wife, eldest dau. of Sir Edward Hulse 
of Breamore House, co. Hants, baronet ; born 
4 July 1780 ; marr. 23 July 1805 ; died at Felthorpe 
Hall, CO. Norfolk, in her 82nd year, on Monday, 
27 January 1862. Will dated 11 August 1852, with 
codicil dated 20 May 1857, proved 9 April 1862, 
by Edward Fellowes, son, one of the executors 
(Prin. Reg., 214, 62). 



A 

{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. XV., page ij6.) 



56 



Sir John Fellovves of Carshalton, co. Surrey, baronet, 
Deputy-Governor of the South Sea Company ; bapt. 
at St. Helen's, Bishopsgate, London, 15 Fcl)ruary 
16^^; executor to wills of his brothers, George 
Fellowes, 3 October 17 12, and \\illiam Fellowes, 

4 February 172^; created a baronet 20 January 
171I; died, aged 53, 26 July, bur. at Carshalton 

5 August 1724. Will dated 2 November 1723, 
proved 7 August 1724 (P.C.C. 191 Bolton). 



Edward Fellowes of St. Paul's, Covent 
Garden, London, and of Carshalton, 
esquire; born in 1673; executor 
to wills of his brothers, William 
Fellowes, 4 February 172 J, and Sir 
John Fellowes, 7 August 1724; died at 
Red Lion Square, Holljorn, London, 16 
January, bur. at Carshalton 23 January 
i73i- Administration granted 16 
March 173? (P.C.C.) 



Robert Eyre of New House, co. Wilts, esquire (son= 
and heir of Sir Robert Eyre, Chief Justice of the 
Common Pleas, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Edward 
Rudge of Warlt^- Plac:e, co. lissex, esquire) ; admitted 
to Lincoln's Inn 28 June 1710; administrator to 
Edward Fellowes 16 March 173°; a Commissioner 
of Excise 21 May 1729 to 1751 ; died 14 December 
1752, bur. at St. Thomas', Salisbury, co. Wilts. Will 
dated 31 January 175^ to 20 June 1751, proved 
8 January 1753 (P.C.C. 10 Searle). /\ 



=Mary, born 3 March, bapt. at St. Mary 
Woolnoth, London, 8 March 170J-; 
marr. 2 March 172I; died 24 October 
1762, bur. at St. Thomas', Salisbury. 
Will with three codicils dated 30 De- 
cember 1752 to 27 July 1762, proved 
16 November 1762 (P.C.C. 456 
St. Eloy.) Portrait at Shotesham, co. 
Norfolk. 



John, Earl of Portsmouth ; born 29 June=j=Urania, born 18 January 174!; marr. at St. 



1742; succeeded his grandfather as 2nd 
Earl 23 November 1762; died at Hurst- 
bourne Park, CO. Hants, 16 May 1797, 
bur. at Farleigh Wallop, co. Hants. ^LL 
Will dated 13 April 1793, with codicil 
dated 28 February 1797, proved 24 May 
1797 (P.C.C. 358 Exeter). A\ 



George's, Hanover Square, London, 27 August 
1763; executrix to her husband's will 24 May 
1797; died in Harley Street, London, 29 January 
181 2, bur. at Farleigh Wallop. M.L Portrait by 

John Hopp7ier, P. A., at Eggesford House, in the 

possession oj the Earl of Portsmouth. 



Urania Margaretta 
Fellowes, born 31 
January 177 1 ; died 
at Montagu Square, 
London, aged 75, 
15 August 1846. 



Vice-Admiral Edward Fellowes, R.N., of= 
Little Gidding co. Huntingdon ; born 26 
February 1772; Lieutenant Royal Navy 
1793, served in the "Phaeton" in the 
action of i June 1794, Captain 7 December 
1795, commanded the " Tourterelle " at 
the reduction of St. Lucia, the "Alarm " 
at the conquest of Trinidad in February 
1797, and the gunboats on the Nile in the 
second Egyptian Expedition, Rear-Admiral 
1814, Vice-Admiral 1830; died at Mortimer 
Lodge, CO. Berks, 21 August 1841. 



=Hannah Elizabeth Benyon, 
eldest dau. of Richard Benyon 
of Englefield House, co. Berks, 
by Hannah his wife, dau. of 
Sir Edward Hulse of Brea- 
more House, co. Hants, 
baronet; bom 4 April 1771; 
marr. at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 30 March 
1813 ; died at Mortimer Lodge, 
aged 81, 5 October 1852. 



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William Fellowes of Shotesham Park, co. Norfolk, esquire ;= 
born 28 July, bapt. at St. Mary Woolnoth, London, 2 August 
1706; of New College, Oxford, matriculated 21 June 1723; 
admitted to Lincoln's Inn 3 May 1723; administrator to his 
uncle, Edward Fellowes, 16 March 173"; M.P. for Ludlow 
18 March 1768 to 1774; Founder and first Treasurer of the 
Norfolk and Norwich Hospital ; died 30 January, bur. at 
Shotesham St. Mary 3 February 1775. Will with eleven 
codicils dated 22 May 1772 to 26 November 1774, proved 
22 February 1775 (P.C.C. 49 Alexander). Portraits at 
Shotesham and in the Norjolk and Norwich Hospital. 



=Elizabeth, died 
at Ipswich, CO. 
Suffolk, aged 
83, 2 Au- 
gust, bur. at 
Shotesham St. 
Mary, 8 August 
1784. 



John Fellowes, 
born 27 May 
1 71 2; died 30 
June 1714, 
bur. at St. 
Michael Pater- 
noster Royal, 
London. 



William Fellowes of Gay Bowers, in Danbury, co. Essex, esquire ; 
died, aged 38, 8 March, bur. at Danbury 16 March 1778. Will 
dated 17 January 1778, with codicil dated 9 March 1778, proved 
19 June 1778 (P.C.C. 240 Hay). /^ 



=Elizabeth Harris, dau. of 
Samuel Harris ; bur. at 
Danbury 13 June 1772. 



Robert Fellowes of Shotesham Park,=7=Ann Barney, eldest dau. of 



esquire; J. P. and D.L. for co. Norfolk, 
M.P. for Norwich 5 July 1802 to 29 April 
1807 ; Treasurer of the Norfolk and Norwich 
Hospital; died at Shotesham, aged 87, 
8 April, bur. at Shotesham St. Mary 15 April 
1829. Will with four codicils dated 30 
January 1828 to 29 January 1829, proved 
29 April 1829, by his sons, Robert Fellowes 
and the Rev. John Fellowes, the executors 
(P.C.C. 215 Liverpool). Portrait by Clover 
at Shotesham. 



John Berney of Bracon Ash, 
CO. Norfolk, by Susannah 
his wife, only dau. and heir 
of Samuel Trench ; born at 
Bracon Ash, bapt. there 23 
June 1 751; marr. at Bracon 
Ash 17 December 1776; 
died at Shotesham, aged 42, 
21 February, bur. there 
27 February 1794. Portrait 
by herself at Shotesham. 



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{For issue see "Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. VIII, page p7, and Vol. XV., page 81.) 



Arabella Coulson 
Fellowes, died 15 
January 174!, bur. 
at St. Michael 
Paternoster Royal, 
London. 



James Herbert Fellowes, 
born 25 February 1774; 
Captain 3rd Dragoon 
Guards ; killed in action 
at Cateau, in Belgium, 
26 April 1794. 



John Mayo, M. D. ; of Brasenose College, Oxford,=Frances Lavinia, 
matriculated i June 1778, aged 16, B.A. 1782, born 23 January 
Fellow of Oriel College, M.A. 1785, M.B. 1787, 
M.D. 1788, F.R.C.P. 1789: Physician to the 
Foundling Hospital 1 787-1 809, and to the 
Middlesex Hospital 17S8-1803, Physician-in- 
Ordinary to the Princess of ^\'ales ; died, aged 58, 
bur. at Speldhurst, co. Kent, 8 December 1818. 



1776; marr. 12 
September 181 2; 
died 3 1 May 
'837- 



58 



Pedigree of Moore. 



Thomas Moore of Lea End House, in= 
Alvechurch, co. Worcester, yeoman (eldest 
son of Humphry Moore of the same place, 
by Margery his 2nd wife, dau. of . . . Baker 
of Alvechurch); bapt. at Alvechurch 31 
October 1575; bur. there 1 April 1655. 
Will dated i April 1652, proved 19 May 
i656{P.C.C. 180 Berk/ey). 



^. 



fjcyyvixt^ ■^Lox>^L^ 



Mo. 



=Eleanor Badger of Broms- 
grove, CO. Worcester ; 
marriage licence (Worces- 
ter) dated 1598; executrix 
to her husband's will 19 
May 1656; bur. at Alve- 
church 6 August 1658. 
\Vill proved at Worcester 
1 1 May 1662. 



Moore. 

[Vol. 8, p. 105.] 



William Moore of Barnt Green=j=Alice, bur. at Alve- Helen, bapt. at Alvechurch in 



House, in Bromsgrove ; bapt. at 
Alvechurch 11 February 159I; 
bur. there 9 September 1661. 



church 21 December August 1601 ; living i April 1652. 
1670. She marr. . . . Wheeler. 



Eleanor, bapt. at 
Alvechurch 1 9 
September 1627. 



Thomas Moore, bapt. 
at Alvechurch 25 
April 1630; bur. there 
5 December 1658. 



Ann, bapt. at 
Alvechurch 10 
September 1634. 



Sarah, bapt. at Alvechurch 
2 February 1636 ; niarr. there 
22 April 1669, John Tyrer. 



William Moore of Barnt Green House; bapt. at Bromsgrove 3i=j=Anne Hatton, bapt. 
September 1639; bur. in the church at Alvechurch 28 April 1714. M.I. in 1669 ; bur. at 

Alvechurch in 1730. 



Roger Waldron of=i=. 
Walton House, in 
Clent, CO. Stafford. 

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/iM- ^. 



■Ctnj 



Adam Haugh of Cum-= 
berton, Kidderminster, 
CO. Worcester. 



Thomas Moore of Barnt 
Green House ; bur. at Alve- 
church I July 1658. 



Edward Moore of Barnt^Mary Kimberley, dau. of Thomas Harborne=Sarah, marriage 



Green House, esquire ; bapt. the Very Rev. Jonathan 
at Bromsgrove 27 December Kimberley, D.D., Dean 
1 686 ; matriculated at Pem- of Lichfield ; marriage 
broke College, Oxford, 26 settlements dated 26 
March 1705; High Sheriff for August 1719; bur. at 
CO. Worcester 1734; died, aged Alvechurch 22 March 
59, 19 October, bur. at Alve- 
church I November 1746. 
M.L Will proved at Worcester 
1 1 November 1746. 



1762. Will proved at 
Worcester 20 April 
1762. 



of Knowle, 
Warwick. 



CO. settlements dated 
28 July 1722. 



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Mary, bapt. at Alvechurch, co. 
Worcester, in August 1603 ; 
living I April 1652. She marr. 
. . . Fewster. 



Anne Moore, bapt. 
at Alvechurch 16 
March i6o4; bur. 
there 6 November 
1621. 



Elizabeth Moore, 
bapt. at Alve- 
church 12 March 
i6o|; bur. there 
19 May 1622. 



I 
Thomas Moore, 
bapt. at Alvechurch 
10 February i6iy; 
bur. 
tober 1638. 



there 23 Oc- 



James Moore of More= 
Green Hall and of Broad- 
was, CO. Worcester; born at 
Lea End, in Alvechurch, in 
1650; bur. at Alvechurch 
23 February 173I. Will 
dated 3 June 1729, proved 
at Worcester 2 7 April 1734. 



AmniSji^^ 



=Hester Newnham, 
dau. of Thomas 
Newnham of the 
Lane House, Alve- 
church ; marriage 
settlements dated 2 
February 169!. She 
marr. istly . . . Pitt. 



John Moore of= 
Lea End House ; 
born at Lea End 
26 March 1653 ; 
died 26 Novem- 
ber, bur. at 
Alvechurch 29 
November 17 12. 



J<^^ 



^Bridget Milburn, born in 
1677; marr. atTardebigge, 
CO. Worcester, 26 October 
1 704, marriage settlements 
dated 25 October 1704; 
bur. at Alvechurch 27 
November 1743. She 
marr. 2ndly . . . Perkins. 



i^o-trfe-e/ 



l.i 

Alice Moore, bapt. at Alvechurch 
25 September J 705; bur. there 
30 November 1742. 



Rebecca Moore, bapt. at Alve- 
church II October 1706. 



Mary Moore, bapt. at James Moore, bapt. at Alve- 

Alvechurch26December church 21 April 1710; bur. 

1707. there 23 February 173!. 

Hester Moore, bapt. at 

Alvechurch 8 December Francis Moore, bapt. at Alve- 

1708. church 7 May 171 2. 



Anna Newnham, = 
dau. of Thomas 
Newnham, bapt. 
at Alvechurch 
I June 1714 ; 
marr. at Alve- 
church in 1733, 
bur. there 12 
August 1743. 
ist wife. 



=John Moore of Callow Hill, co.= 
Worcester, and of Lea End 
House, gent; born 11 July, bapt. 
at Alvechurch 15 July 1713 ; bur. 
there 27 February 1761. Will 
proved at Worcester. 



J^rL\.Jnc 



=Anne Collins, of Tam-= 
worth, CO. Warwick ; 
marriage settlements 
dated 25 November 
1 743 ; bur. at Alve- 
church 13 March 1753. 
2nd wife. 



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Alice Moore, bapt. at 
Alvechurch 2 May 
1735 ; bur. there 30 
November 1742. 



John Moore, bapt. at 
Alvechurch 24 Sep- 
tember 1737 ; bur. 
there in January 1742. 



Bridget Moore, bapt. 
at Alvechurch 2 June 
1740; bur. there 4 
May 1754. 



=Anne Freeman, 
bapt. at Alve- 
church in 1733; 
marr. there 1 3 
April 1 754; bur. 
at Alvechurch 
in 1783. She 
marr. 2ndly 20 
June 1765, Wil- 
liam Harrison 
of Alvechurch. 
3rd wife. 



I i I 

Edward Moore of Shelsley,=Mary Hemus, dau. of Daniel Mary Moore, James Moore, 

CO. Worcester, gent ; bapt. Hemus of Shortwood, in bapt. at Alve- bapt. at Alve- 

at Alvechurch 31 January Tardebigge ; bapt. in 1768; church i March church in 1757; 

'755; died, aged 83, marr. in 1788; died, aged 73, 1756; bur. there died in 1759. 

5 December 1838, bur. at 17 December 1841, bur. at 21 April 1759. 
Shelsley Beauchamp, co. Shelsley Beauchamp. M.L 
Worcester. M.L 

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Margaret Moore, 
bapt. at Alve- 
church, CO. Wor- 
cester, 1 1 October 
1612 ; bur. there 
5 August 16 1 6. 



John Moore, 
bapt. at Alve- 
cliurch 23 July 
1 6 1 5 ; bur. there 
19 November 
1 640. 



Humphrey Moore of Lea End=j=Alice Slye, dau. of 

James Slye of \Vootlon 
W'awen, co. W'arwick ; 
marriage settlements 
dated 17 January 16^5; 
bur. at Alvechurch 6 
November 17 10. Will 
dated 5 October 1 709, 
proved at Worcester 



House, in Alvechurch ; bapt. at 
Alvechurch 29 January 161J ; 
churchwarden of Alvechurch 
in 1674 ; disclaimed at the 
Visitation of 1682-83 ; bur. at 
Alvechurch 3 May 1695. 



ffSiVftijtt^ ffUmf^c^ 



Thomas Newnham (son of Thomas=y=Anne, born 22 April 
Newnham) ; born 4 August 1651; 
died 10 April 1736. 



1655 ; luarr. at Wor- 
cester I 2 July 1676. 



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Rebecca, born 13 August 1657; 
marr. at Alvechurch 13 July 1676, 

Joseph Carless. =p 



Biddy Moore, 
bapt. at Alve- 
church 20 June 
1758; bur. there 
27 December 
1767. 



Mary Farr, dau.= 
of John Farr of 
Alvechurch ; bapt. 
at Alvechurch in 
1754 ; marr. there 
21 November 1782 ; 
bur. at Alvechurch 
I November 1816. 
I St wife. 



=John Moore of Callow Hill, co.= 
Worcester, and of Lea End House, 
gent; bapt. at Alvechurch 27 May 
1760; died 8 January, bur. at 
Alvechurch 14 January 1834. Will 
dated 30 July 1833, proved at 
Worcester 15 August 1S34. 



<l/im/y^ //lcyrK^_^ 



=Mary Dunn, born 
in 1796 ; marr. at 
Alvechurch 31 May 
1821 ; bur. there 
21 February 1857. 
2nd wife. 



Elizabeth, bapt. 
at Alvechurch 
23 January 1785; 
bur. there 21 
December 1816. 



John Moore of Lea End House, gent; born at Callow= 

Hill 3 March, bapt. at Alvechurch 9 April 1787; 

died 2 September, bur. at Alvechurch _ 

8 September 1832. Will dated 30 

June 1832, proved 26 February 1847 

(P.C.C.) 



c^vA^M. ^JKty&r-Q^ 




=Mary Wilson, dau. of 
John \\' ilson of Bordes- 
ley Park, in Alvechurch ; 
born at Bordesley Park 
1 2 January 1 784 ; marr. 
at Bromsgrove, co. Wor- 
cester, 21 May 1 8 10; 
died 26 February, bur. 
at Alvechurch 2 March 
1842. 



{For issue see "Visitation of England and 
Wales," Vol. VIII., page 105.) 



61 



Robert Moore of Alvechurch, co. 
Worcester ; bapt. at Alvechurch 28 
January 162"; executor to his 
mother's will 11 May 1662; bur. at 
Alvechurch 2 June 1667. 



William Collins, bom 16 June 1617;= 
Joint Lord of the Manor of King's 
Norton ; bur. at Alvechurch in 
January 1654. 



=Margery, bapt. at 
Alvechurch 28 July 
1622; living I April 
1652. 



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Thomas Moore of Birmingham, co. Warwick ; born 
Alvechurch 2 November 1659; living 29 April 1725. 



at=j=Jane Austin, marr. at Alvechurch 
16 April 1683. 



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James Moore of 
Edston, CO. War- 
wick ; bapt. at 
Alvechurch 6 
July 1790 ; bur. 
there 5 February 
1814. 



Robert Moore, Charles Edward Moore of Shelsley^ 
bapt. at Alve- Beauchamp, co. Worcester; bapt. at 
church 29 June Alvechurch 2 November 1794; died, 
1 791 ; bur. there aged 55, 2 August 1847, bur. at 
7 April 18 1 5. Shelsley Beauchamp. M.I. Will 
dated 15 April 1847, proved P.C.C. 



=Eliza Hornblower, 
died, aged 56, 
5 December 1S52, 
bur. at Shelsley 
Beauchamp. M.I. 



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John Moore, 
bom 1 7 March 
1822. 



Bridget Moore, born 
31 December 1826. 



Mary Moore, died 22 
January 1836. 



Thomas Moore.=i=Anne. 



/K 



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Robert Moore of The Cherry Orchard,=i=EIizabeth Green, John Hawkes of=T=Alice, born 



Kirmingham, co. Warwick, whitesmith ; 
born at Lea End, in Alvechurch, co. 
Worcester, in 1662; bur. at St. Martin's, 
Birmingham, 15 July 1725. Will dated 
29 April 1725, proved 5 October 1725 
(P.C.C. 215 Roniney). 



living 29 April King's Norton, 
1725. CO. Worcester. 



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16 July 1665. 



Sarah Moore, bapt. at William Hunt.=j=Alice, bapt. at St. Martin's, Sarah Moore, bapt. at 
St. Martin's Birming- Birmingham, 7 March 170^; St. Martin'.s, Birming- 



ham, 15 March 170^; 
died in infancy 



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marr. before 29 April 1725; ham, 3 June 1702; 
died in 1780. died in 1705. 



Robert Moore of The= 
Cherry Orchard, Bir- 
mingham, gent ; born 
16 April, bapt. at St. 
Martin's, Birmingham, 
30 April 1704; execu- 
tor to his father's will 
5 October 1725; died 
in 1776. \\'\\\ dated 
22 March 1776, proved 
16 May 1777 (P.C.C. 
226 Co /Her). 



=Anne Webb, dau. 
and heir of (leorge 
Webb of Shelsley, 
CO. Worcester ; 
born in 1717 ; 
marr. at Worces- 
ter Cathedral 28 
December 1736; 
executri.x to her 
husband's will 16 
May 1777; died 1 8 
September 1780. 



James Moore. .Samuel Dawes.=T=Elizabeth, born 



died 



m 1727. 



A\ 



in 1 708 ; marr. 
in 1727; died 
before 2 March 
1776. 



Robert Moore of 
Great Shelsley, co. 
Worcester ; born 5 
April 1742 ; died 
II July 1793. Ad- 
ministration granted 
23 November 1793 
(I'.CC.) 



James Moore of Great Shelsley, 
gent; born 5 March 174I; ad- 
ministrator to his brother, Robert 
Moore, 23 November 1793, and 
his sister, Mary Moore, 8 June 
1796; died in 1805. Will dated 
28 March i8oi, proved 24 Sep- 
tember 1805 (P.C.C. 658 N'elson). 



Anne Moore, born Mary Moore of Lower Sapey, 
16 October 1745; co. Worcester; born 7 February 
died in 1764. i7S4; died in 1796. Administra- 

tion granted 8 June 1796 (P.C.C.) 




Moore. Monumental Inscription at Alvechtirch, 

[Vol. 8, p. 105.] ^^_ Worcester. 



NEAR THIS PLACE LIES INTERED THE BODY OF EDWARD MOORE, ESQ 

LATE OF liARNT GREEN IN THE PARISH OF BROMSGROVE ; 

DESCENDED FROM AN ANCIENT FAMILY IN THIS COUNTY; 

UPON WHICH, BY A LIFE OF EXEMPLARY PIETY & VIRTUE, 

JOINED WITH THE ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF THE GENTLEMAN AND SCHOLAR, 

HE REFLECTED CONSIDERABLE LUSTRE. 

DECLINING THE BUSY DISTRACTING TUMULTUARY SCENES OF LIFE, 

HE LIVED FOR THE MOST PART PRIVATE AND RETIRED; 

DEVOTED TO DISINTERESTED FRIENDSHIP, INNOCENT AMUSEMENTS, 

AND THE IMPORTANT CONCERNS OF ETERNITY. 

HIS TEMPER AND DISPOSITION WERE EASY, GENEROUS, AND OBLIGING, 

REVERED WITH PRIDE, CONDECENDING WITHOUT MEANNESS ; 

HIS CONVERSATION WAS PLEASING, COURTEOUS AND AFFABLE ; 

INSTRUCTIVE AND AGREEABLE, VOID OF ALL ARTIFICE AND DISGUISE; 

IN HEALTH HE WAS SOBER, DEVOUT AND DISPASSIONATE, 

INFLEXIBLY JUST AND GOOD ; 

IN SICKNESS, OF WHICH HE HAD MANY SORE VISITATIONS, 

REMARKABLY PATIENT AND RESIGNED ; 

IN BOTH OF WHICH HE ENJOYED A SERENITY OF MIND, UNATTAINABLE BY ANY IN THIS LIFE 

BUT HIM TO WHOM A QUIET CONSCIENCE SUGGESTS HAPPY PRESAGES 

OF SHARING THE JOYS OF THE NEXT. 

TO AN EXALTED DEGREE OF PIETY HE JOINED AN UNAFFECTED CHARITY, 

OF WHICH, 

HIS PRIVATE ACTS WERE VERY EXTENSIVE, YET ALWAYS DIFFUSED, 

WITHOUT OSTENTATION. 

TO THESE HE ADDED SOME OF MORE PUBLIC NATURE 

APPROPRIATING AN ANNUITY FOR EVER TO BE PAID OUT OF HIS ESTATE, 

FOR ENCOURAGEMENT OF PUBLIC DAILY PRAYERS, 

IN THE PARISH CHURCH OF BROMSGROVE. 

PROVIDING IN LIKE MANNER FOR WEEKLY DISTRIBUTION OF BREAD 

TO THE POOR OF THE PARISH OF ALVECHURCH. 

THUS BY A LIFE SPENT IN PROMOTING THE GLORY OF HIS CREATOR, 

AND THE WELFARE AND HAPPINESS OF HIS FELLOW CREATURES, 

HE CONCILIATED TO HIMSELF THE LOVE AND ESTEEM OF ALL WHO KNEW HIM ; 

THENCE ALSO, HIS LAST MOMENTS ABOUND WITH PEACE, HOPE AND CONSOLATION. 

HE DECEASED THE \<f^ OF OCTOBER 1 746, IN THE 6o^" YEAR OF HIS AGE. 

TO RECOMEND THE IMITATION OF HIS EXAMPLE, 

TO PERPETUATE HIS MEMORY AND CHARACTER IN THE WORLD, 

THIS MONUMENT WAS ERECTED BY HIS DISCONSOLATE RELICT. 

Arms. — A blackamoor's head between three fleurs-de-Hs 
sable, Moore ; impaling a bordure engrailed sable 
in a field argent a chevron sable, Kimberley. 



Monument, with a medallion portrait, on North 
wall of church. 



64 



Pedigree of Drake. 



Drake-Cutcliffe. 

[Vol. S, p. loS.] 



Henry Drake of Barnstaple, =j=Anne, marriage licence (Exeter) dated 16 



CO. Devon ; Mayor of 
Barnstaple 1679 ; bur. at 
Barnstaple 15 October 1688. 
Administration granted 29 
April 1689 (Arch: of 
Barnstaple). 



May 1682 ; administratrix to her husband 
29 April 1689; bur. at Barnsta[)le 26 October 
1719. Will dated 10 November 17 18, with 
codicil dated 12 February 171^, proved 17 
November 1739 (Arch: of Barnstaple). She 
marr. istly William Noyes of K.xeter. 2nd wife. 



John Drake of=j=Christian Hatch, dau. and coheir of Robert Hatch Henry Drake, bapt. 



Barnstaple ; bapt. 
at Barnstaple 16 
March i68|; bur. 
there 26 January 



of Satterleigh, co. Devon, by Agnes his wife; at Barnstaple 16 

born at Satterleigh 8 May 1684; marriage licence May 1684; bur. 

(Exeter) dated 9 May 1706 ; living 12 February 17 if. there 29 September 

She marr. 2ndly at Barnstaple 8 Feljruary 171^, 1685. 
Charles Standish of Barnstaple, merchant. 



Anne Drake, bapt. Henry Drake of Barnstaple ; bur. at=j=Elizabeth, marr. at Barnstaple 



at Barnstaple 19 Barnstaple 15 December 1764. Will 
January 17 o|. proved at Exeter in 1765 (Prin. Reg., 

Exeter). /jv 



16 May 1733. She marr. 
istly Walter Tucker. 



Anne Drake, 
bapt. at Barn- 
staple 5 August 
1739- 



Joan Gregory, 
bapt. at Barn- 
staple 1 5 Feb- 
ruary 174-5 ' 
marr. there 23 
January 1782, 
George Edwards. 



Henry Drake, Town= 
Clerk of Barnstaple ; 
born 9 November, 
bapt. at Barnstaple 
10 November 1745 ; 
executor to his father's 
will 22 February 
1770; died 12 Feb- 
ruary, bur. at Barn- 
staple 19 February 
1806. 



^Anne Hammett (sister of Sir James 
Hamlyn, baronet), dau. of Richard 
Hammett of Clovelly, co. Devon, 
by Elizabeth his wife, heir of 
Philip Risdon of Wolfardisworthy, 
CO. Devon ; born at Clovelly 1 6 
February 1 74|- ; marr. there 20 
October 1771; bur. at Barnstaple 
28 February 1822. Will dated 
25 August 182 1, proved 5 Sep- 
tember 1822 (P.C.C.) 



Henry Drake, died in 
infancy, bur. at Barn- 
staple 8 October 1772. 



Anne Drake, bapt. at Barnstaple 12 
April 1774; executrix to her mother's 
will 5 September 1822; died 19 
October 1839. 



Henry Drake, bapt. at Barn- 
staple 12 November 1775; 
bur. there 26 July 1776. 



65 



Anne Gregory, dau. of Lewis=j=John Drake, Town=i=Jane Harward, dau. Francis Drake, 



Gregory, Town Clerk of Barn- 
staple, by Joan his wife ; bapt. at 
Barnstaple 26 October 1 709 ; marr. 
there 12 September 1733, mar- 
riage licence (Exeter) dated 1 1 
September 1733; bur. there 
8 October 1747. ist wife. 



Clerk of Barnstaple 
bapt. at Barnstaple 27 
September 17 10; bur. 
there 2 January 1770. 
Will dated i Novem- 
ber 1768, proved 22 
February 1770 (Arch: 
of Barnstaple). 



of Laurence Har- 
ward ; living 22 
February 1770. 
2nd wife. 



bapt. at Barn- 
staple 22 Jan- 
uary 171W. 



Jenny Drake, bapt. John Drake, bapt. at Anna Maria Drake, 
at Barnstaple 6 July Barnstaple 25 July bapt. at Barnstaple 
1754. 1756. 6 January 1762. 



Zachary Hammett Drake of Springfield House,= 
in Heanton Punchardon, co. Devon; born and 
bapt. at Barnstaple 5 September 1777; J-P- '^nd 
D.L. for CO. Devon and Major in the North Devon 
Yeomanry ; died at Springfield 1 1 March, bur. 
at Marwood, co. Devon, 17 March 1847. Will 
dated 10 March 1835, proved 27 August 1847, by 
Frances Drake, relict. 




=Frances Cutcliffe, dau. and eventually 
heir of Charles Newell Cutcliffe of 
Marwood Hill, by Margaret his wife, 
dau. and coheir of John Mervyn of 
Marwood Hill; born 25 May, bapt. at 
Pilton, CO. Devon, 6 June 1780; marr. 
at Marwood 6 October 1803; died at 
Ashford, co. Devon, 5 April, bur. at 
Marwood 11 April 1867. Will dated 
2 June 1865, proved 6 May 1867 
(Prin. Reg.) 



Zachary=f=Eleanor 



Rev. 

Hammett Drake, 
Rector of Clo- 
velly, CO. Devon ; 
born 14 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at 
Morwenstow, co. 
Cornwall, 1 5 Feb- 
ruary 1805 ; of 
Exeter College, 
Oxford, matricu- 
lated 6 June 
1823 ; Rector of 
Clovelly 23 April 
1836 ; died at 
Erlangen, in Ba- 
varia, in June 
1856. ^ 



Penrose 
Pym, only dau. 
of Admiral Sir 
Samuel Pym of 
Tamerton Foliott, 
CO. Devon, K.C.B.; 
marr. at Tamerton 
Foliott I January 
183 1 ; died at 
Gravesend, co. 
Kent, 13 January 
1868. Adminis- 
tration granted 22 
April 1868, to 
John Mervyn Cut- 
cliffe Drake, son 
(Prin. Reg.) 



Charles Cutcliffe Drake= 
of Springfield; born at 
Pilton 29 September 
1808, bapt. there pri- 
vately the same day ; 
educated at Winchester; 
J. P. for CO. Devon; 
Captain North Devon 
Yeomanry Cavalry ; 
died 18 October, bur. 
at Marwood 23 Oc- 
tober 1858. Will dated 
II July 1854, proved 
23 September 1859, by 
Mary Drake, relict, the 
executrix (Prin. Reg.) 



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=Mary Cusack, elder dau. and 
coheir of Henry Cusack of 
Girley, co. Meath, by Ann his 
wife, dau. of Richard Rothwell 
of Bedfordstown, co. Meath ; 
born at Moyangher House, co. 
Meath, 16 March, bapt. at Ath- 
boy, CO. Meath, 29 March 1808 ; 
marr. at Ilfracombe, co. Devon, 
19 May 1836; died at Pilton, 
aged 64, on Monday, 21 Feb- 
ruary, bur. at Marwood 24 
February 1870. Will dated 13 
January 1869, proved 15 March 
1870, by Charles Henry Drake- 
Cutcliffe, son, one of the 
executors (Prin. Reg., 172, 70). 



(^For issue see "Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. VIII., page 108.) 



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1 1 .1 

John Drake, Henry Drake,=j= Elizabeth Drake of 
bapt. at Barn- bapt. at Bam- Plymouth, co. Devon ; 
staple, CO. staple 22 June bapt. at Barnstaple ig 
Devon, 5 Oc- 1781 ; living 10 April 1784; executrix 
tober 1779; March 1835. to her mother's will 5 
died April September 1822 ; died, 
1799. aged 77, 8 April 1862. 


1 
Richard Drake of Bromp- 
ton, CO. Middlesex, and 
the Audit Office, Somerset 
House ; bapt. at Barnstaple 
15 February 1786; died 
4 February 1853. 


c 


1 
Francis Cissen Brooke of the 7th Bengal^Katharine. 
Native Infantry, Knsign 17 August 1826, 
Lieutenant 1832, Captain 1841, retired as 
Major I August 1853; living in 1876. 





William Drake, born 27 July,-=j=Frances Lincoln, dau. of Charles Drake, George Drake, 



bapt. at Barnstaple 28 July 
1787; died at Great James 
Street, Bedford Row, London, 
9 June, bur. at St. Andrew's, 
Holborn, 15 June 182 1. Will 
proved 31 October 1821. 



Robert Lincoln of Crow- 
land, CO. Lincoln ; marr. 
at St. Lawrence, Reading, 
CO. Berks, 13 August 18 16; 
died at Reading, aged 74, 
10 January 1855, bur. at the 
Catholic Church, Reading. 



bapt. at Bam- bapt. at Barn- 
staple 30 March staple 1 1 May 
1789; bur. there 1792 ; bur. there 
8 September 15 June 1793. 
1790. 



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Lieut.-Colonel John Graham of Ellerslie, Fremington,^Frances Mervyn, bapt. at Morwenstow, 



CO. Devon; Ensign 55th Bengal Native Infantry 19 
January 1825, Lieutenant 1828, Captain 5th Bengal 
Native Infantry i May 1846, Major 1851, retired as 
Lieut.-Colonel i June 1856; died at Exeter, co. Devon, 
aged 54, 21 September 1861. 



CO. Cornwall, 29 September 1806 ; 
marr. at Heanton-Punchardon, co. 
Devon, 3 July 1838; died at Decca, 
East Indies, 19 October 1845. M.I. 
at Ashford, co. Devon, ist wife. 



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Gresley. 

[Vol. 8, p. Ii6.] 




Pedigree of Gresley of Drakelow, 
Derby. 



Margaret Mulsho,= 
dau. of John 
Mulsho of Finden, 
CO. Northampton; 
(?) marriage settle- 
ments dated 8 
February 1523. 
I St wife. 



CO. 



Sir George Gresley of= 
Drakelow, co. Derby, 
K.B. (direct heir in 
the male line of 
William fitz-Nigel de 
Gresley, whose father, 
Nigel de Stafford, 
held Drakelow at the 
time of the Domesday 

survey) ; succeeded 

his brother 10 March 
i52y, then aged 26 ; 
K.B. at the coronation of Anne Boleyn 
I June 1533 ; Sheriff of co. Stafford 
1537 and 1544; died 21 April 1548, 
bur. in Gresley Church. Will dated 
19 April 1548, proved 16 June 1549 
(P.C.C. 8 Populwell). Inq. p. m. taken 
at Ashby-de-la-Zouche, co. Leicester, 
24 September 1548 (C. Vol. 87, No. j). 
Portrait by Zucchero at Drakelotv, in 
the possession of Sir Robert Gresley, 
baronet. 



=Katherine Sutton, 
dau. of John, 
Lord Dudley. Will 
dated 22 April 
1572, proved at 
Lichfield 12 April 
1574. 2nd wife. 



Sir William Gresley of Drakelow,= 
knight; born 12 May 1525; aged 
23, 21 April 1548; knighted at 
Westminster at Queen Mary's 
Coronation 2 October 1553 ; 
Sheriff of co. Stafford 1561 ; died 
24 May 1573. Inq. p. m. taken 
at Derby 2 September 1573 
(C. Vol. 163, JVo. 22). 



=Katharine Aston, dau. of Sir Edward Winter= 
Edward Aston of Tixall, co. Staf- of Worthington, 
ford, by Jane Bowles his wife ; co. Leicester ; 
agreement of marriage dated living 22 April 
12 May 1531. Administration 1572. 
granted at Lichfield 9 September /f\ 

1585. Portrait at Drakelow, 
in the possession of Sir Robert 
Gresley, baronet. 



^Katharine, 
living 22 
April 1572. 



Elizabeth Harvey,= 
dau. of James 
Harvey of Lime 
Street, London, 
Citizen and Iron- 
monger of Lon- 
don ; agreement 
of marriage dated 
20 October 1570. 
I St wife. 



=Sir Thomas Gresley of Drake- 
low, knight; born 3 November 
1552, being aged 20 years, 
6 months and 20 days 24 May 
1573 ; Sheriff of the counties 
of Stafford 1583 and Derby 
1591 and 1603; knighted at 
Worksop 21 April 1603; bur. 
at Gresley, co. Derby, 6 .Sep- 
tember 1610. Will dated 20 
July 16 10, proved 26 October 
1610 (P.C.C. 89 Wood). 



^Katharine Walsingham,= 
dau. of Sir Thomas 
Walsingham of Scad- 
bury, in Chislehurst, 
CO. Kent ; bapt. at 
Chislehurst 8 January 
15!^ ; bur. at Gresley 
18 December 1585. 
Portrait at Drakelow, 
in the possession of Sir 
Robert Gresley, baronet. 
2nd wife. 



=Mary, natural dau. of 
Sir Richard Southwell ; 
died in 1622, bur. at 
St. Mary Magdalen's, 
Old Fish Street, Lon- 
don. She marr. istly 
Henry Paston, son and 
heir of Sir Thomas 
Paston, LL.D. ; 2ndly 
William Drury, Master 
in Chancery; and 3rdly 
Robert Forde, D.C.L. 
3rd wife. 



Francis Dethick=Katharine, bur. in St.=j=Sir Bartholomew^Edward Gibbs of Warwick, esquire ; 



of Newhall, 
CO. Derby, ist 
husband. 



Mary's, Warwick. Will 
dated 16 March 1634, 
and 10 April 1635, proved 
6 August 1635 (P.C.C. 
92 Sadler). y\ 



Hales of Snitter- 
field,co.Warwick; 
died in 16 19. 
2nd husband. 



bur. at St. Mary's, Warwick. \\\\\ 
dated 5 May 1633, with codicil 
dated 17 June 1634, proved 30 
June 1634 (P.C.C. 59 Seager). 
3rd husband. 



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Edward Gresley, admitted to Gray's=f=Anne Corbet. 
Inn 1550; bur. at Alrewas, co. 
Stafford, 4 April 1594. 



Charles Somerset, =f=Eli7.abeth, marriage 



living 
I572' 



April 



licence dated 29 
July 1557; living 
22 April 1572. 



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Thomas Gresley of=j=Margaret, living 



Lullington, co. Derby, 
living 31 July 1551 
died before 22 Apri 
1572- A 



22 April 1572. 



Anne Gresley. ^Vill dated 
31 July 1 55 1, proved at 
Lichfield 19 May 1555, 
by her mother. 



Eleanor Gresley. Ad- 
niini.stration granted 27 
January 155 J, to Edward 
Gresley, brother(P.C.C.) 



Anne Wood, dau. of Thomas^Simon Gresley of Appleton, in=j=Anne Dixwell, dau. of Humphry 



Wood of Growtey, co. 
Worcester, esquire ; died 
21 April 1591, bur. at 
Staunton, co. Worcester. 
M.I. ist wife. 



Great Budworth, co. Chester 
of Merton College, Oxford, 
matriculated 24 November 
1581, aged 20. Will dated 
4 January 163^, proved 14 
June 1637 (P.C.C. 96 Goare). 



Dixwell of Church Over, co. 
Warwick, esquire ; bur. at Great 
Budworth. She marr. istly 
Edward Broughton of Longdon, 
CO. Stafford, esquire. 2nd wife. 



George Gresley, executor 
to his father's will 14 
June 1637 ; died before 
30 September 1647. 



William Gresley, 
died before 1 4 
June 1637. 



Marian, unmarried Katherine Gresley. Will 

4 January 1637 ; dated 5 July 1689, proved 

living 30 Septem- 5 December 1689 (P.C.C. 

ber 1647; married 175 .£«/■). 
. . . Leventhorpe. 



Mary Gresley, 
living 4 January 
163! ; died 
before 30 Sep- 
tember 1647. 



. . . Crawley,= 
marr. after 4 
January 163^. 



=Letitia, living=. . . Atkins, 
2 December marr. after 
1689. 30 Septem- 

ber 1647. 



Sir Richard Harpur= 
of Swarkstone, co. 
Derby. He marr. 
istly Katharine, 
dau. of Sir Thomas 
Gresley {see below). 



=Elizabeth. 
2nd wife. 



Sir Richard Harpur of Swarkstone; knighted at Sheriff Hutton Park 14 April=j=Katharine. 
161 7. \\'ill proved at Lichfield in 1636. He marr. 2ndly Elizabeth, dau. of ist wife. 
Simon and Ann Gresley. 



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Hastings Gresley of Merton=Elizabeth Francis, dau. of William Francis of 
College, Oxford, matriculated Ticknall, co. Derby ; died at Repton, co. 
24 November 1581, aged 15. Derby, in June 1635, bur. there. Will dated 

16 June 1635, proved at Lichfield 6 July 
1635. She marr. istly William Francis of 
Foremark, co. Derby. 



Jane, (?) marr. 
William Horton. 



Mary. Elizabeth. Sir Thomas Wolseley of Wolseley, co. Stafford, knight ;=Grace, died 

bur. at Colwich, co. Stafford. Will dated 13 March before 1598. 
i6f§^, proved 19 June 1630, by Dame Ellen Wolseley, ist wife, 
relict (P.C.C. 52 Scroope). 



Henry Gresley, of 
Balliol College, 
Oxford, matricu- 
lated November 
1594, aged 15, 
bur. at Gresley, co. 
Derby, 16 Sep- 
tember 1598. 



Sir George Gresley of Drakelow, co. Derby,= 
baronet ; of Balliol College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated November 1594, aged 14, admitted to the 
Inner Temple November 1597; created a 
baronet 29 June 1611, knighted 3 June 1612; 
M.P. for Newcastle-under-Lyme, co. Stafford, 
1628; joined the Parliamentary troops in Derby 
under Sir John Gell ; Sheriff for co. Derby 
1644 ; bur. in the Temple Church, London, 
5 F'ebruary 165^. Portrait at Drakelow in the 
possession of Sir Robert Gresley, baronet. 



=Susan Ferrers, dau. of 
Sir Humphry Ferrers of 
Tamworth, co. Warwick, 
knight, by Anne his wife, 
dau. of Sir Humphrey 
Bradbourne ; marr. at 
\Valton-on-Trent, co. 
Derby, 1 7 December 
1600. Administration 
granted 23 November 
1626. 



Thomas Gresley of Lullington,= 
CO. Derby ; of Trinity Col- 
lege, Oxford, 19 November 
1619; D.L. for CO. Derby 
2 November 1642 ; died 
19 December 1642, bur. 
at Gresley. Administration 
granted at Lichfield. 



=Bridget Burdett, dau. of Sir Thomas 
Burdett of Foremark, co. Derby, baronet, 
by Jane his wife, dau. and heir of William 
Francis of Foremark, esquire ; marriage 
settlements dated 1622 ; bur. at Gresley 
25 November 1685. Will proved at 
Lichfield. Portrait at Drakelow in the 

possession of Sir Robert Gresley, baronet. 



Elizabeth Gresley, 
bur. at Walton-on- 
Trent 6 April 1607. 



Jane Gresley. 



Henry Gresley. 



George Gresley. 



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John Gresley of Shrewsbury, co.= 
Salop ; of Halliol College, Oxford, 
matriculated 20 January 159J, 
aged 16. 



=Joan More, dau. of Jasper More 
of Larden, co. Salop, by Eliza- 
beth his wife, dau. of Nicholas 
Siiialley ; marr. at Withington, 
CO. Salop, 20 April 161 1. 



William Gresley, of 
Gloucester Hail, O.xford, 
matriculated 28 January 
1605, aged 19. 



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Sir Alexander Barlow= 
of Barlow Moor, co. 
Salop ; knighted at 
Whitehall 23 July 
1603 ; died in 1642. 
He marr. istly Eliza- 
beth, dau. of Edward 
Parker, Lord Morley. 



=Dorothy, born 28 
August, bapt. at 
Burton-on-Trent, co. 
Stafford, 1 1 Septem- 
ber 1584; executrix 
to her father's will 26 
October 16 10; hving 
10 April 1635. 2nd 
wife. 



Walsingham Gresley of Gloucester Hall, Oxford, 
matriculated 28 January 160^, aged 17; attached 
to the British Embassy at Madrid in 1619; 
taken as a slave to Algiers ; died, aged 48, 
28 October, bur. at Sherborne, co. Dor.set, 
30 October 1633. M.I. Portrait by Cornelius 
Jansen at Drakeloiv, in the possession of Sir 
Robert Gresley, baronet. 



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Gresley, Robert Milward of Brad-=j=Dorothy.=j=Rev. Edward Wilmot, D.D. ; of 



bur. at Burton- 
on-Trent28July 
1610. 



ley Ash, co. Derby ; of 
Queen's College, Oxford, 
matriculated 26 June 1612, 
aged 16 ; drowned in 
1632. ist husband. 



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Magdalen Hall, Oxford, matriculated 
21 January i6i^, aged 14, B.A. 162^, 
M.A. 1624, BJ). 1631, D.D. 1634'; 
Minister of All Hallows', Derby; died 
before 1655. 2nd husband. 



As 



Sir Thomas Gresley of Drakelow, co. Derby,= 
baronet ; succeeded his grandfather as 2nd baronet 
in February 1652; Sheriff of co. Derby 1662; 
died, aged 70, 5 June 1699, bur. at Gresley, co. 
Derby. M.I. Will dated 13 May 1698, with 
codicil dated 21 April 1699, proved 11 May 1700 
(P.C.C. 189 Noel). Portrait at Drakelow in the 
possession of Sir Robert Gresley, baronet. 



William Inge of Thorpe Constantine, co. Stafford,' 
esquire; Sheriff of co. Stafford 1682; died in 
1690. \\'ill dated 24 October 1690, proved 29 
November 1690, by William Inge, son (P.C.C. 
185 Dyke). 



=Frances Morewood, dau. and coheir of 
Gilbert Morewood of Nether Scale, co. 
Leicester, esquire, by Frances Salmon his 
wife; bapt. at Nether Seale 16 March 1635; 
died 30 June 1711. Will dated 30 Oc- 
tober 1707, proved 1 October 171 1 (P.C.C. 
209 Young). 



=Frances, born at Drakelow 13 April 1649; 
marriage settlements dated 6 June 1666; 
bur. at Thorpe Constantine 29 April 1712. 
Will dated 5 June 1704, with codicil 
dated 8 October 171 1, proved at Lichfield 
27 August 17 12. 



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John Whitehall of Pipe Ridware, co.=i=Frances, marr. at Thomas Brome=|=Bridget, marr. at 



Stafford, esquire ; of Balliol College, 
Oxford, matriculated 19 October 
1639, aged 16; entered his pedigree 
in the Visitation of Staffordshire 
2 April 1663; died, aged 60, 9 Au- 
gust 1684, bur. at Pipe Ridware. 
M.I. He marr. istly Frances, dau. 
and heir of William Aston of Park 
Hall, in Leigh, co. Stafford. Will 
proved 2 November 1686 {original 



at Lichfield.] 



Lullington, 
Derby, 20 June 
1666 ; living in 
1685. 2nd vi\ie. 



of Fisherwick, 
CO. Stafford ; 
living 1685. 



As 



Lullington 30 
December 1657 ; 
living 30 Sep- 
tember 1704. 



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Bridget Gresley, born Elizabeth Gresley, born Thomas Ward,=i=Dorothy, born at Drake- 



at Drakelow, co. at Drakelow 4 January 
Derby, 15 September 165I ; died 10 August 
1651; bur. at Gresley 1693, bur. at Gresley. 
21 October 1652. Administration granted 

at Lichfield 14 October 

1693. 



living 27 March 
1709; died before 
1713- 



low 14 July 1655; marr. 
at Tutbury, co. Stafford, 
18 June 1 68 1 ; bur. at 
Gresley 9 April 1715. 



Daniel Watson of=j=Mary, born at Drakelow Robert Roby of Castle=j=G race, born at Drake- 



Burton-on-Trent, co. 
Stafford ; aged 6, 
30 March 1663; 
admitted to Gray's 
Inn 21 July 1670 ; 
(?) died 13 July 
1737- 



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14 April 1657 ; marr. at 
Stapenhill, co. Derby, 
22 May 1693; men- 
tioned in her father's 
will 1 3 May 1 698 ; 
died before 30 October 
1707. 



Donington,co. Leicester; 
bapt. at Castle Doning-' 
ton 26 January 16^-^^; 
died at Denby Old 
Hall, CO. Derby, 10 No- 
vember, bur. at Castle 
Donington 13 November 
1 7 14. Will dated 8 No- 
vember 1 7 14, proved 
II August 1 7 16, by son 
Robert. He marr. 2ndly 
Anne Kilburn. 



low 15 August 1658; 
marr. at Stapenhill 15 
May 1683, marriage 
settlements dated 24 
April 1683 ; died 
29 October, bur. at 
Castle Donington 2 
November 1709. 



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George Gresley of Lulling- = 
ton, CO. Derby, esquire ; 
bur. at Lullington 14 
October 1 704. Will dated 
20 September 1704, 
proved at Lichfield 
13 Ai)ril 1705 (Vol. C, 
fo- 73)- 



=Jane Nelson, dau. 
of Thomas Nelson 
of Northampton, 
esquire : marr. at 
Lullington 1 1 May 
1669; living 1685 ; 
bur. at Lullington 
23 January i 70^. 



Richard Dyott of Lichfield, = 
CO. Stafford (brother of 
Matthew Dyott, see page 
54) ; entered his pedigree 
in the Visitation of 
Staffordshire 30 March 
1663, then aged 44; died 
5 November 1677, bur. at 
Lichfield. He marr. zndly 
Mary Greene of W'yken, 
CO. Warwick. 



=Katherine, marr. 
at Lullington 7 
February i66| ; 
bur. at St. Mary's, 
Lichfield 29 June 
1667. 



PhilipTrafirordofSwithamley,^Eli2abeth, marr. at Rev. John Harpur,=j=Mary, marr. at 



CO. Stafford, gent ; bapt. at 
Leek, co. Stafford, 23 April 
1645 ; bur. at Macclesfield, 
CO. Chester, 16 May 1676. 
Will dated 10 May 1676, 
proved at Lichfield 9 April 
1678. 



Lullington 18 Sep- 
tember 1672 ; bur. at 
Macclesfield 8 Oc- 
tober 1674. 



Rector of Morley, co. 
Derby ; living 1685 ; 
He marr. istly Mary, 
dau. of Paul Ballidon 
of Derby, esquire. 



Lullington 14 
February 1 6^ J; 
living in 1685. 
2nd wife. 



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Sir William Gresley of Drakelow,= 
CO. Derby, baronet ; born 8 Novem- 
ber 1661 ; of Trinity College, 
O.xford, matriculated 10 June 1681 ; 
succeeded his father as 3rd baronet 
5 June 1699; Sheriff of co. Derby 
1703; died, aged 47, 17 October 
1710. Administration granted 7 
November 17 10 (P.C.C.) Portrait 
at Drakelnv in the possession of 
Sir Robert Greshy, baronet. 



■Barbara Walcot, dau. of 
John Walcot, by Elizabeth 
(Clarke) his 2nd wife; born 
3 1 January 1 66i ; marr. at 
Bishop's Castle, co. Salop, 2 
September 1696. Adminis- 
tration granted 28 April 
1724, to her son, Richard 
Oakley (P.C.C.) She marr. 
istly William Oakley of 
Bishop's Ca.stle. 



Anne Gresley of St. Anne's, 
^\'estmi^ster; born at Drake- 
low 19 February i66§; bur, 
at St. Anne's, Westminster, 
Will dated 27 March 1709, 
proved 23 July 1709 (P.C.C. 
1 70 Lane). Portrait at 
Drakelow in the possession 
of Sir Robert Gresley, 
baronet. 



Adam Ottley of Pitchford, co. Salop ; bapt. at= 
Pitchford 23 August 1685 ; of Balliol College, 
Oxford, matriculated 27 April 1702, aged 17 ; 
admitted to Lincoln's Inn 20 May 1702 ; Sheriff 
of CO. Salop 1738; bur. at Pitchford i June 1752. 
Portrait by JeiTas at Pitchford. /^ 



^Bridget, bapt. at Bishop's Castle 10 October 
1697; marr. 5 April 1716; died 23 June, 
bur. at Pitchford 25 June 1737. Portrait 
by Sir Godfrey Kneller at Pitchford. 



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Katherine Gres- 
ley, born at 
Drakelow, co. 
Derby, 19 May 
1664 ; died 7 
September 1694, 
bur. at Gresley, 
CO. Derby. M.I. 



Letitia Gres- 
ley, bur. at 
Nether Seale, 
CO. Leicester, 
1 7 February 
i73l- 



Thomas Gresley of= 
Nether Seale, esquire; 
born at Drakelow 
10 May 1668; Sheriff 
of CO. Leicester 1712; 
died at Nether Seale 
6 April 1743. Will 
dated 8 April 1742, 
proved 2 N^Qyeniber 
1743 (P-C.C. 336 
Boycott.) 



=Elizabeth Lee, dau. of 
John Lee of Ladyhole, 
in Ashbourne, co. 
Derby, by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of George 
Gregson; marr. at Ash- 
bourne 7 February 
170I; died, aged 52, 
14 February 173I, bur. 
at Nether Seale. M.L 



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(Gresley s of Nether Seale, 
see page 7p.) 



Isabel Gres- 
ley, died 16 
August 1694, 
bur. at Gres- 
ley. 



Dorothy Bowyer,= 
dau. and coheir 
of Sir William 
Bowyer of Knip- 
ersley, co. Staf- 
ford, 4th baronet, 
by Anne his wife, 
dau. of George 
Dale ; marr. at 
Biddulph, CO. 
Stafford, 5 April 
1719 ; died 31 
July, bur. at 
Gresley 3 Au- 
gust 1736. M.I. 
I St wife. 



=Sir Thomas Gresley of Drakelow, = 
baronet; of Balliol College, Ox- 
ford, matriculated 7 May 17 16, 
aged 17 ; succeeded his father as 
4th baronet 17 October 1710; 
Sheriff of co. Derby 1723; bur. 
at Gresley 11 October 1746. 
Administration granted 18 Feb- 
ruary i74f (P.C.C.) Portrait 
with his first wife and family 
at Drakelow, in the possession of 
Sir Robert Gresley, baronet. 



=Gertrude Grammer, dau. 
and coheir of John Gram- 
mer of Pledwick, co. 
York, by Mary his wife, 
dau. of George Beau- 
mont; marr. at Haddon 
Chapel, CO. Derby, 1 1 
June 1739 ; bur. at 
Gresley 5 January 1791. 
Will dated 29 January 
1787, proved 3 Decem- 
ber 1790 (P.C.C. 550 
Bishop.) 2nd wife. 



William Gres- 
ley, died young. 



Gertrude Gresley, 
born at Drakelow 
27 April, bapt. at 
Walton - on -Trent, 
CO. Derby, 14 May 
1 740, bur. at Gresley 
17 December 1749. 



Geoffrey Gresley of King William 's=j=Mary Grant, 
County, Virginia, U.S.A. ; bom at marr. in Vir- 
Drakelow i November, bapt. at ginia ; living 
Walton-on-Trent 27 November 1 741; 
living 20 October 1772; died before 
20 J uly 1 7 74. Administration granted 
5 April 1 791 (P.C.C.) 



5 April 1 791. 
She married 
2ndly Robert 
Gaines. 



Thomas Gresley, born 
in America 10 October 
1767; admitted to Rugby 
School in 1780; died 8 
March, bur. at Nether 
Seale 12 March 1798. 



Robert Willoughby of Kingsbury=j=Jane Grammer, born 4 April 



Cliff, CO. Warwick; born 21 Feb- 
ruary 1765. He marr. istly Cecile, 
dau. of M. Pierre Gratian de Goudin 
of Sens, France ; and 3rdly, Avarilla, 
dau. of Edward Croxall. 



1769; administratrix to her 
father 5 April 1791 ; marr. 
21 January 1795; died 9 
September 1803. 2nd wife. 



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Charles Gresley of= 
Dunstall, co. Stafford, 
gent; born at Drake- 
low, CO. Derby, 21 
February 16^; died 
29 June, bur. at 
Tatenhill, co. Staf- 
ford, 2 July 1724. 
M.I. Will dated 22 
June 1724, proved 
at Lichfield 19 Oc- 
tober 1724. 



=Anne Bott, dau. of John 
Bott of Dunstall, esquire, 
by Elizabeth his wife, dau. 
of Francis Wolferstan of 
Stotfold, CO. Stafford ; 
marr. at Tatenhill 23 Oc- 
tober 1695 ; died, aged 
44, 20 September, bur. at 
Tatenhill 23 September 
1729. M.l. 



Paul Ballidon= 
of Stapenhill, 
CO. Derby ; 
died in 1729. 
Administration 
granted 4 Sep- 
tember 1729 
(P.CC.) 



=Sarah, born at Drakelow 
20 March 1675; niarriagc 
settlements dated 29 October 
1715; administratrix to her 
husband 4 September 1729; 
died 15 June, bur. in AH 
Saints', Derby, 17 June 1736. 
Will dated 17 October 
1735, proved 6 August 1736 
(P.CC. 170 Derby). 



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Thomas Bott of Coventry, co.= 
Warwick, apothecary ; marr. at 
Tatenhill 4 November 1725; 
living II August 1733; bur. at 
Holy Trinity, Coventry. ist 
husband. 



'Elizabeth, bapt. at Tatenhill 15 Sep-= 
tember 1696; bur. at Holy Trinity, 
Coventry. Will dated 20 October 
1772, with codicil dated 20 July 1774, 
proved 7 December 1775 (P.CC. 
456 Alexander). 



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=Samuel Beardsley 
of Tamworth, 
CO. Warwick. 2nd 
husband. 



I 
Frances Gresley, bapt. at 
Tatenhill 15 June 169S ; 
bur. there 2 February i74f|. 
\Vill proved at Lichfield 14 
July 1749. 



Edward Matthews of Coventry,= 
esquire ; bur. at St. Michael's, 
Coventry. Will dated 6 July 
1730, proved 23 August 1733 
(P.CC 226 Price). 



=Anne, bapt. at Tatenhill i8 
February 170^; died 18 Jan- 
uary i7fj. Administration 
granted 29 January 174°, to 
her father-in-law, William 
Matthews (P.CC) 



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William Gresley, born at Drakelow 11 January A son, born at Drakelow 
i7i§; died 8 August, bur. at Gresley, co. Derby, 16 April 1721 ; died the 

9 August 1724. same day. 



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Sir Thomas Gresley=j=Wilmot Hood, 



of Drakelovv, co. 
Derby, baronet ; 
born at Drakelow 
12 July 1722 ; of 
Balliol College, Ox- 
ford, matriculated 
24 May 1739; 
succeeded his father 
as 5th baronet Oc- 
tober 1746; Sheriff 
of CO. Derby, 1750; 
M.P. for Lichfield 

30 November 1753; 
died 23 Decem- 
ber, bur. at Gresley 

31 December 1753. 
Administration was 
granted 4 Jan- 
uary 1754 (P.C.C.) 
Porti-ait by Tilly 
Kettle at Drakelow, 
in the possession of 
Sir Robert Gresley, 
baronet. 



marr. in 1 749 ; 
administratrix to 
her husband 4 
January 1754; 
died in Hertford 
Street, Mayfair, 
London, 12 June, 
bur. at Gresley 26 
June 1797. Will 
dated 3 February 
1786, proved 16 
December 1797 
(P.C.C. 739 

Exeter.) 



Dorothy Gresley, 
born at Drake- 
low 4 March 
172!; died 20 
June, bur. at 
Gresley 22 June 
1729. 



Sir Nigel Gresley= 
of Knipersley, co. 
Stafford, baronet ; 
born at Drake- 
low 1 1 January 
172I ; bapt. at 
Walton-on-Trent, 
CO. Derby, 2 7 
January 172I; 
Lieutenant R.N. 
1747; succeeded 
his brother as 6th 
baronet 23 De- 



1753; 
of CO. 



camber 
Sheriff 
Stafford 1759; 
died at Bath, 
CO. Somerset, 17 
April, bur. in 
Bath Abbey 2 1 
April 1787. M.I. 
Portrait at 

Drakelow in the 
possession of Sir 
Robert Gresley, 
baronet. 



=Elizabeth Wynn, 
dau. of the Rev. 
Ellis Wynn, by 
Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of Left- 
wich Oldfield; 
marr. at Astbury, 
CO. Chester, r8 
May 1752 ; died 
at Lichfield 13 
May, bur. in Bath 
Abbey 22 May 
1793. Portrait 
at Drakelow in 
the possession 
of Sir Robert 
Gresley, baronet. 



Wilmot, born at Drakelow= 
1 7 August, bapt. at Walton- 
on-Trent 5 October 1750; 
marr. at Croxall, co. Derby, 
26 January 1776; died at 
Bristol 4 December, bur. 
at Gresley 13 December 
1790. M.L Portrait 
by Sir Joshua Reynolds, 
P.R.A., at Drakelow, in 
the possession of Sir 
Robert Gresley, baronet. 
I St wife. 



=Sir Nigel Bowyer Gresley of Drakelow, = 
baronet; born 18 March 1753; 
admitted to Manchester Grammar 
School II June 1763; Sheriff of 
CO. Derby 17S0; succeeded his father 
as 7th baronet 17 April 1787; 
Recorder of Lichfield 1802; died at 
Bath 26 March, bur. in Bath Abbey 
4 April 1808. M.L Will dated 10 
February 1808, proved i June 1808 
(P.C.C. 476 Ely). Portrait at 

Drakelow in the possession of Sir 
Robert Gresley, baronet. 



=Maria Eliza Garway, dau. 
and heir of Caleb Garway 
of Worcester ; marr. at 
St. James,' Westminster, 
26 June 1796; died at 
Cheltenham, co. Glouces- 
ter, aged 69, 9 November 
1840. Administration 

granted December 1840 
(P.C.C.) 2nd wife. 



Rev. Thomas Levett of Packington Hall, co. Warwick= 
(2nd son of Thomas Levett of Packington, esquire, 
by Catherine his wife, dau. and coheir of Charles Floyer 
of Hints, CO. Stafford) ; of Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 23 October 1788, aged 18, B.A. 1792 ; died 
s.p. at I^eamington, co. Warwick, aged 73, 9 October 
1S43, bur. at Whittington, co. Stafford. 



=Wilmot Maria, born at Drakelow 
7 April, bapt. at Walton-on-Trent 

20 May 1778; marr. at Gresley 

21 September 1802; died at Pack- 
ington 17 December 1845, bur. at 
Whittington. 



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John Greslcy, born at Charles Gresley, 
Drakelow, co. Durby. born at Drakelow 
22 April, bapt. at 26 May 1728; 
Walton-on-Trent, co. died 25 August 
Derby, 6 June 1727 ; 
bur. at Gresley, co. 
Derby, 5 January 
1733- 



Selina Gresley, 
born at Drake- 
low 1 7 August 
1729 ; bur. at 

bur. at Gresley Gresley 16 May at Gresley 3 July infancy. 

27 August 1729. 1738. 1731 



William Gresley, A daughter, 
born at Drake- born at Drake- 
low 27 Novem- low 1 2 October 
ber 1730; bur. 1733; died in 



Dorothy, born Sir John Edensor Heathcote=f=Anne, 
12 May 1754; of Longton Hall, co. Stafford; 
died in infancy. Sheriff of co. Stafford 1783; 
knighted at St. James' 8 March 
1784; died 25 October 1822. 



born 1 1 May 
1755; marr. at Walcot, 
Bath, CO. Somerset, 3 
January 1 780 ; died 28 
September 1797. 



Elizabeth, born 18 
August 1756 ; died 
at Leamington, co. 
Warwick, 10 April 
1839. 



Almeria Georgiana Eliza, born 
9 April, bapt. at Gresley 22 
September 1797; died 6 Jan- 
uary, bur. at Gresley 10 
January 1798. 



Rev. Edward Woodyatt of Kempsey,=|=Louisa Georgiana Maria, 

CO. Worcester; of Brasenose College, 

Oxford, matriculated 12 May 1815, 

aged 17, B.A. 1862, M.A. 1868; 

Vicar of St. John's Over, co. 

Chester, 1863. 



born at Drakelow i8 
July 1798; marr. at 
Leamington 2 March 
1822. 



Richard Edensor Heathcote of Longton and= 
Apedale Hall, co. Stafford (eldest son of Sir John 
Edensor Heathcote, by Anne Gresley his wife, 
see above); born 25 October 1780; of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 8 May 1799, B.A. 
1803, M.A. 1805 ; M.P. for Coventry 10 June 
1826, and for Stoke-on-Trent 8 January 1835; 
died at Geneva, in his 70th year, 3 May 1850. He 
marr. 2ndly 13 December 18 15, Lady Elizabeth 
Keith Lindsay, younger dau. of Alexander, 6th Earl 
of Balcarres, and 3rdly Susanna Cooper. 



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=Emma Sophia, born 
at Lichlield, co. 
Stafford, 17 April, 
bapt. in Lichfield 
Cathedral 18 July 
1785 ; marr. at Scar- 
borough, CO. York, 
15 September 1808 ; 
died 1 3 September 
1813. ist wife. 



I 
Elizabeth Augusta 
Gresley, born at 
Drakelow 5 Decem- 
ber 1787, bapt. at 
Walton - on - Trent, 
CO. Derby, 20 Feb- 
ruary 1788; died 
4 October, bur. at 
Gresley 10 October 
1808. 



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Frances, born 30 
November 1757; 
died at Leaming- 
ton, CO. \v'arwick, 
30 September, 
bur. there 7 Oc- 
tober 1836. 



Rev. William Gresley, Rector of Nether Scale, co.= 
Leicester (son of the Rev. Thomas Gresley, D.D., 
by Elizabeth Vincent his ist wife, see page 86); born 
27 August, bapt. 26 September 1760; of University 
College, Oxford, matriculated 29 June 1781, B.A. 
1785; of the Middle Temple 1783; Rector of 
Nether Scale October 1789: died at Nether Scale 
3 October, bur. there 10 October 1829. Aliniature 
at Drakelcnv in the possessio?i of Sir Robert 
Gresley, baronet. He marr. andly 29 August 181 1, 
Mary, only dau. of Thomas Thorp of Over Scale, 
CO. Leicester, who died at Over Seale 19 July 1869. 



=Louisa Jane, born 5 
October 1759; marr. 
at Gresley, co. Derby, 
5 May 1798 ; died 20 
April, bur. at Nether 
Scale 26 April 1806. 
Coloured Drawing by 
John Raphael Smith 
the possession of 



Sir Robert 
baronet. 



Gresley, 



A 



(^For issue see page 81.) 



John Jelly of=j=Harriet, born 9 Rev. Baptist John Proby, Vicar of=j=Mary Susanna, born 



Bath, CO. Somer- 
set, solicitor. 



February 1761; St. Mary's, Lichfield, co. Stafford 

died at Norton (son of the Very Rev. Baptist Proby, 

St. Philips, CO. D.D., Dean of Lichfield) ; of Trinity 

Somerset, 25 College, Cambridge, B.A. 1785, M. A. 

May 1832, bur. 1788; Vicar of St. Mary's, Lichfield, 

at Farley, co. 1789, and of Brewood, co. Stafford, 

Somerset. 1804; died, aged 68, 14 January 1830. 



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23 April 1762; 
marr. at Lichfield 
Cathedral 19 July 
1 791 ; died i No- 
vember, bur. at 
Lichfield Cathedral 
9 November 1820. 



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Sir Roger Gresley, baronet ; born at Drakelo\v,= 
CO. Derby, 27 December 1799, bapt. at 
Gresley 3 January 1800; succeeded his father 
as 8th baronet 26 March 1808; of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 17 October 1817; 
Captain Staffordshire Yeomanry Cavalry; Sheriff 
of CO. Derby 1826, F.S.A. 1830; M.P. for 
Durham 5 August 1830, for New Romney 19 
March 1831, and for South Derbyshire January 
183s ; died at Drakelow Hall, aged 37, 12 Oc- 
tober, bur. in the family vault, in the church 
at Gresley, co. Derby, 28 October 1837. Will 
dated 2 May 1837, proved 12 April 1838 (P.C.C. 
241 Nicholl). (See '■'■Dictionary of National 
Biography," Vol. 23, page I S3-) Portrait at 
Drakeloiv in the possession of Sir Robert 
Gresley, baronet. 



=Lady Sophia Catherine 
Coventry, dau. of George 
William, 7th Earl of Coventry, 
by Peggy his 2nd wife, dau. 
and coheir of Sir Abraham 
Pitches, knight ; born 30 
November 1801 ; marr. at 
St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London, 2 June 1821 ; died at 
39 Berkeley Square, London, 
29 March 1875. She marr. 
2ndly Sir Henry William Des 
Vceux, baronet. Portrait at 
Drakeloiv in the possession of 
Sir Robert Gresley, baronet. 



Nigel Gresley, 
born at Worces- 
ter 15 March 
1801 ; died at 
the Hotwells, 
Bristol, 19 May, 
bur. at Gresley 
29 May 1816. 



Sophia Editha, born 4 October 1823; 
died 2 November, bur. at Gresley 
8 November following. 




Pedigree of Gresley of Nether Scale, 
CO. Leicester. 



Gresley. 

[Vol. 8, p. 1 1 6.] 



'I'liomas Gresley of Nether= 
Scale, CO. Leicester, 
esquire ; born at Urake- 
low, CO. Derby, lo May 
i66S; .Sheriff of CO. 
Leicester 1712 ; died at 
Nether Scale 6 April 1743. 
Will dated 8 April 1742, 
proved 2 November 1743 
(F.C.C. 336 Boycott) 
Portrait in the possession 
of Sir Robert Gresley, 
baronet. 

{See page 74.) 



■Elizabeth Lee, dau. of John 
Lee of Ladyhole, in Ash- 
bourne, CO. Derby, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of 
George Gregson ; marr. at 
Ashbourne 7 February 170I; 
died, aged 52, 14 February 
1735, bur. at Nether Scale. 
M.L 



Lee Gresley of Nether Scale, esquire ; born at 
Nether Scale 14 November, bapt. at Ashbourne 
17 December 1705; of Trinity College, O.xford, 
matriculated i June 1724; Earrister-at-Law of 
the Inner Temple 1731 ; executor to his father's 
will 2 November 1743; bur. at Nether Seale 
2 March 174I. Will dated 4 February 174I, 
proved 16 December 1749 (P.C.C. 373 Lisle). 



Frances Gresley, 
born 19 June 
1707 ; died 28 
November 17 13, 
bur. at Nether 
Seale. 



Thomas Gresley, 
born 26 July 
1708; died 15 
April 1709, bur. 
at Nether Seale. 



William Gresley, 
born 23 January 
i7Tff; bur. at 
Nether Seale 11 
July 1717. 



Dorothy Wilcockson,= 
dau. of John Wilcock- 
son of Wirksworth, co. 
Derby, by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of Robert 
Toplis of Wirksworth ; 
bapt. at Wirksworth 12 
December 1708; marr. 
there 20 August 1733; 
died in 1746. ist wife. 



=T=John Gresley of Nether^ 
Seale; born 15 Jan- 
uary, bapt. at Nether 
Seale 25 January 171-"; 
died at Sandybrook, 
CO. Derby, 31 Decem- 
ber 1783, bur. at 
Ashbourne 5 January 
1784. 



=Mary Bradley, dau. of 
Henry Bradley of Wood- 
head, CO. Chester ; mar- 
riage settlements dated 
6 July 1747; died, aged 
50, 4 September 1766. 
She marr. istly John 
Toplis of AVirksworth, 
tanner. 2nd wife. 



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{For issue see page 8j.) 



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Henry Gresley of Bristol (descended from John Gresley=Elizabeth, born 9 March 171^; marr. 
of Shrewsbury, CO. Salop, 5<?(;/a^!,''^ 7/); living 20 October at Bath Abbey 27 March 1749; died 
1772. He marr. istly Sarah, dau. of Alexander Oborne 28 November 1792. 
of Bristol, who died in May 1746. 



Rev. James Gresley of^^Ann Farmer, dau. of Richard Farmer 

Appleby, co. Leicester; of Witherley, co. Leicester, by Rebecca 

bapt. at Nether Scale, (Moore) his wife; born 17 July 1714; 

CO. Leicester, 13 August marr. 13 August 1743; died 15 No- 

1715; of Emmanuel vemberi766. Will dated 28 September 

College, Cambridge, 1766, proved 7 May 1774, by 

E.A. 1737; died 23 Rebecca Farmer and Elizabeth Perkins, 

October 1745, bur. at sisters. 
Appleby. U.l. 



Robert Gresley,=f=Jane Hurt 



bapt. at Nether 
Scale 6 October 
1717 ; Captain 
86th Foot 1756 
-63; living 1 7 75. 



of Cork. 



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Elizabeth Vincent,= 
dau. and heir of 
the Rev. William 
Vincent of Great 
Sheepy, co. Leices- 
ter, by Hannah his 
2nd wife, dau. of 
Edward Reynolds ; 
marr. 7 February 
1757 ; died, aged 
36, 19 March 1769, 
bur. at NetherSeale. 
M.L Portrait by 
SirJoshuaReynolds, 
F.R.A., in the 
possession of Sir 
Robert Gresley, 
baronet. ist wife. 



=Rev. Thomas Gresley, D.D., Rector of= 
Nether Seale, co. Leicester ; bapt. at 
Wirksworth, co. Derby, 21 July 1734 : 
educated at Repton and at Hertford 
College, O.xford, matriculated 17 April 
1751, aged 16, B.A. and M.A. 1758, 
B.D. and D.D. 1768; Rector of Nether 
Seale 31 October 1759; died at Bath, 
CO. Somerset, 18 April, bur. at 
St. James', Bath, 23 April 1785. M.L 
at Nether Seale. Will dated 30 April 
1784, proved 11 May 1785 (P.C.C. 247 
Ducarel.) 



Charles Gresley, bom 20 June, 
bapt. 29 June 1777 ; died at 
Solihull, CO. Warwick, 5 Oc- 
tober, bur. at Nether Seale 
8 October 1785. 



=Elizabeth Wilkes, dau. of Joseph 
^Vilkes of Over Seale, co. 
Leicester; bapt. at Nether Seale 
18 August 1735; marr. at 
St. Clement's, Strand, London, 
I March 1777 ; died 27 August, 
aged 81, bur. at Nether Seale 
31 August i8i6. M.L She 
marr. istly William Py croft of 
Burton-on-Trent, co. Stafford, 
surgeon. 2nd wife. 



John Gresley, bapt. at Nether 
Seale 18 April 1779 ; died at 
Four Oaks 27 December 
1782, bur. at Nether Seale 
3 January 1783. 



Nigel Gresley, born 7 January, bapt. at 
Nether Seale 7 February 1758; died 
9 January 1761, bur. at Nether Seale 
the same day. 



Dorothy Gresley, born 21 April, bapt. at Nether 
Seale 13 May 1759; died 11 February 1767, bur. 
at St. Michael's, Derby. 



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Rev. John Gresley of Wensley, in I )arlijy, 
CO. Derby; bapt. at Ashbourne, co. Derliy, 
20 March 173J; ; I'ellow of Emmanuel 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1758, M..\. 
1761, B.I). 1768; Rector of Aller, co. 
Somerset; died at Wensley, aged 58, 10 
February 1795, bur. at Rowion Chapel, 
CO. Derby. M. I. Will dated 23 July 
1792, with two codicils dated 19 Novem- 
ber 1792 and 18 August 1794, proved 
30 March 1795 (P.C.C. 170 jYan-ast/e.) 



I'^lizabeth Cresley, 
bapt. at Ash- 
bourne 24 April 
1 740 ; bur. there 
13 June 1744. 



Samuel liull of=i=Elizabeth, exe- 



'ramworth, co. 
Stafford, wool- 
stapler ; living 
20 October 
1772 ; died 
before 13 Jan- 
uary 1 78 1. 



cutrix to will of 
her brother, the 
Rev. John Gres- 
ley, 30 March 
1795 ; marr. at 
Ashljourne 22 
May 1764; died, 
aged 56, 13 
November, bur. 
19 November 
1802. 



Louisa Jane Gresley,= 
dau. of Sir Nigel 
Gresley, 6th baronet 
{see page j6) ; born 
5 October 1759; 
marr. at Gresley 5 
May 1798 ; died 20 
April, bur. at Nether 
Scale 26 April 1806. 
Coloured Dnni'ing by 
John Raphael Smith 
in the possession of 
Sir Robert Gresley, 
baronet, ist wife. 



=Rev. William Gresley, Rector of Nether= 
Seale; born 27 August, bapt. 26 September 
1760; of University College, Oxford, 
matriculated 29 June 1781, B.A. 1785 ; 
of the Middle Temple 1783; Rector of 
Nether Seale October 1789 ; died at 
Nether Seale 3 October, bur. there 10 
October 1829. Miniature at Drakelow, 
in the possession of Sir Robert Gresley, 
baronet. 



=Mary Thorp, only dau. of 
Thomas Thorp of Over 
Seale, co. Leicester ; marr. 
29 August 181 1 ; died at 
Over Seale, aged 87, 19 
July 1869. 2nd wife. 



Frances Mary Gresley of Over Seale ; born 20 |une 
1812; died at Over Seale, aged 76, 17 September 1888. 



Rev. Spencer Madan, Vicar of Batheaston, co. Somerset, and Ca 
of Lichfield (eldest son of the Rev. Spencer Madan, D. D., Canon 
of Lichfield, by Henrietta his wife, dau. of William Inge) ; born 
6 October 1791 ; educated at St. Peter's College, Westminster, 
1806-10, and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 8 June 1810, 
Student i8t2-2S, B.A. 1814, M.A. 1816; Canon of Lichfield 
1817, Vicar of Batheaston, co. Somerset, 1824, and of Tiverton, 
CO. Devon, 1825; Chaplain to the King, 1830; died in the Close, 
Lichfield, 27 August 1851. 



non=f-Louisa Elizabeth, born 
1 1 September, bapt. 
15 November 1801 ; 
m.irr. at Nether Seale 
26 July 1825 ; died at 
the Close, Lichfield, 22 
December 1861. 



Rev. Sir Willi 

baronet ; born 25 March 1806 ; 
succeeded as 9th baronet 12 
October 1837; died 3 September, 
bur. at Nether Seale 10 September 
1847. Will dated 9 March 1847, 
proved 17 January 1848 (P.C.C. 
31, 48). 



Nigel Gresley, =j=Georgina Anne Reid, 2nd dau. of George Reid of 



Watlington Hall, co. Norfolk, and of fVieiidshii), 
Jamaica, West Indies, by Louisa his wife, 4th dau. of 
Sir Charles Oakley, ist baronet; marr. 25 March 1831 ; 
died at Barton-under-Needwood, co. Stafford, in her 94th 
year, 11 February, bur. at Nether Seale 16 February 
1904. Will dated 21 March 1901, proved in the 
Principal Registry 29 March 1904. 



A 

{For issue see "Visitation of England and Il'ales," 
Vol. c?, page 116.) 



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Rev. Thomas Gresley, 
Vicar of Poleswortli, co. 
Warwick ; born at Nether 
Seale, co. Derby, 1 1 No- 
vember, bapt. there 13 
December 1761 ; of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 2 May 1780, B.A. 
1784, M. A. 1801 ; Chaplain 
to Lady Howe, Vicar of 
Stretton-en le-Field, co. 
Derby, 1 790-91, of Hinton, 
CO. Gloucester, 1 797-1802, 
of Polesworth 1802, and 
Nether Whitacre, co. 
Warwick, 1804 ; died at 
Polesworth 19 March, bur. 
there 25 March 1817. 



Caroline Grote,= 

dau. of Andrew 
Grote of Thread- 
needle Street, 
London, banker; 
marr. 2 2 May 
1800; died at 
Kenilworth, co. 
Warwick, aged 
45, I October 
181 7. I St wife. 



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=Richard Gresley of= 
Stowe House, co. Staf- 
ford ; born at Nether 
Seale 9 August, bapt. 
there 12 September 
1766; of Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 25 
June 1785, admitted to 
Lincoln's Inn 6 Fel)ruary 
1786, of the Middle 
Tern pie, Barrister 30 May 
1794, Bencher 1830; 
died at 1 1 Oxford Square, 
London, 27 March, bur. 
at Nether Seale 3 April 
1850. M.L 



=Mary Phillimore, dau. 
of the Rev. Joseph 
Phillimore of Orton-on- 
the-Hill, CO. Leicester ; 
marr. at St. Martin's- 
in-the-Fields, West- 
minster, 5 December 
1820; died 15 De- 
cember 1 84 1, bur. at 
Fulham, co. Middlesex. 
She marr. istly Robert 
Drummond of Meg- 
ginch Castle, co. Perth. 
2nd wife. 



Rev. George Madan, Rector of Dursley, co. Gloucester (5th son of the Rev.=j=Harriet, born 25 



Spencer Madan, D.D., Rector of Ilestock, co. Leicester, liy Henrietta his 
wife, dau. of William Inge) ; of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 
2 March 1826, aged 18, Student 1829-37, B.A. 1830, M.A. 1832, Vicar 
of Cam, CO. Gloucester, 1838-52, of St. Mary Redcliffe, Bristol, 1852-65, 
Hon. Canon of Bristol 1851, Rector of Dursley 1865-87 ; died at Bearland 
House, Gloucester, aged 83, 29 June 1891. y\^ 



September 1813; 
marr. at Nether 
Seale 8 August 
1837- 



Emma Gresley, 
born 20 De- 
cember 1814 ; 
died 8 
,815. 



May 



Rev. John Morewood Gresley, Rector 
of Over and Nether Seale ; born 6 July 
1816; educated at Harrow and at 
Exeter College, matriculated 18 Tune 
1835, B.A. 1840, M.A. 1845; Rector 
of Over and Nether Seale 1847-60, 
Master of Etwall Hospital, near 
Repton, CO. Derby, November 1863; 
died at Over Seale, aged 49, 15 May, 
bur. there 23 May 1866. 



=Penelope Vavasour, eldest dau. of 
the Rev. Marmaduke Vavasour, Vicar 
of Ashby-de-la-Zouch, co. Leicester, 
by Mary Anne his wife, dau. of the 
Rev. John Francis Seymour St. 
John, Prebendary of Worcester ; 
born 12 August 1827 ; marr. at 
Ashby-de-la-Zouch 23 January 1849; 
died at Bournemouth, co. Hants, 
22 February 1858. 



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Charles Gresley of the Close, = 
Lichfield ; born and bapt. at 
Nether Seale 28 November 
1817, received into the 
church 25 March 1878 ; 
Registrar and Chapter Clerk, 
Lichfield, 1S47; died at The 
Close, Lichfield, aged 82, 
2 May 1900. 



Augusta Catharine Leigh, dau. of Egerton 
Leigh of Jodrell Hall and High Leigh, 
CO. Chester, by Wilhelmina Sarah his 
wife, dau. of George Stratton of Great 
Tew, CO. Oxford ; born 6 February 
1825 ; marr. at Goostrey, co. Chester, 21 
October 1 85 2 ; died suddenly at Garth 
Aran, Bettws-y-Coed, co. Carnarvon, 
aged 78, 22 September 1903. 



A 



Maria Gresley of The 
Moat House, Lichfield; 
born 25 January 1821; 
died at The Moat 
House, Lichfield, aged 
83, 16 May 1904, bur. 
at Lichfield Cathedral. 



82 



\ 



Elizabeth Gresley, born 4 Mary Gresley, born at Nether Frances Gresley, born at 



March, bapt. at Nether Scale, 
CO. Leicester, 5 April 1763; 
died at Nether .Scale 28 
November, bur. there i De- 
cember 1792. 



Scale 1 August, bapt. there 10 
October 1764 ; died at St. John 
Street, Lichfield, co. Stafford, 
6 February, bur. at Nether Scale 
13 February 1834. 



Nether Scale 29 April 
1769, bapt. there the same 
day ; died at Nether Seale 
15 July 1770. 



Dorothy Wilcockson, d 
of John Wilkinson 
Wirksworth, co. Derby. 


au,=pJohn Gresley of= 
of Netlief Seale, co. 
Leicester {see 
page 7g.) 
A 


f=Mary Bradley, dau. of Henry 
Bradley Of Woodhead, co. 
Chester. 

{See page fg.) 


1 1 
Charles Lee Gresley, James He 
bapt. at Ashbourne, Gresley. 
CO. Derby, 14 Au- 
gust 1748; died 
at Sandy brook 10 
February, buried 
at Ashbourne 12 
February 1868. 


iry Anne VVatkins, dau.=^ 
of the Rev. Richard 
Watkins, Rector of 
Clifton Campville, 
CO. Stafford, by Ann 
his wife ; died, aged 
29, 21 October, bur. 
at Clifton Camp- 
ville 26 October 
1781. ist wife. 


. .1 
j=W illiam Theophilus= 

Gresley of Liver- 
pool, CO. Lancaster, 
surgeon ; House 
Surgeon at the 
Liverpool Infirmary 
1803-26 ; died I9 
May 182G. 


=Mary Anning- 
son, dau. of . . 
Anningson of 
Twickenham, 
CO. Middlesex; 
marr. 29 No- 
vember 1 790 ; 
died 25 March, 
bur. at Twick- 
enham 30 
March 1797. 
2nd wife. 




1 
William Greslt 
at Clifton Ca 
8 May 1784. 


;y, bur. 
mpville 



Robert Gresley,=i=Mary Deane, marr. at Ashbourne 21 
living 30 April December 1777; died 23 June 1791, 
1784. bur. at Mosley, co. Lancaster. 



Walsingham Gresley, Lieutenant 
34th Foot ; died at the Hotwells, 
Bristol, 16 March 1786. 



«3 



/ 



Hyett. 

[Vol. 8, p. 122.] 



Pedigree of Adams. 



Robert Adams of Great Chatvvell, in Gnosall, co. Stafford,^ 
yeoman; died before 7 April 1676 (date of Inventory), 
bur. in Blymhill Church, co. Stafford. Will dated 25 
November 1675, proved 5 May 1676 (Peculiar of Gnosall). 



William Adams of Great=[= 
Chatwell, yeoman ; execu- 
tor to his father's will 
5 May 1676; died 26 
March 169S, bur. at 
Blymhill. Will dated 2 
February i69y, proved at 
Lichfield 13 April 1698 
(Peculiar of Gnosall). 



John Adams,=j= 
mentioned in 
his father's 
will 25 No- 
vember 1675. 

A 



Richard Adams, 
living 9 April 
1698. 



Thomas Adams, 
living 25 No- 
vember 1675. 



Mary, marr. 
before 25 No- 
vember 1675, 
. . . Bayley. 

A 



Robert Adams of Great Chat-=j=Hannah. Thomas Adams of Newport, =j=Elizabeth, execu- 



well, gent ; executor to wills 
of his father, 13 April 1698, 
and to his brother, Thomas 
Adams, 17 October 1706. Will 
dated 20 October 17 16, proved 
15 July 1717 (P.C.C. 126 
Whitfield). 



A 




'^^^ 



CO. Salop, mercer ; executor to 
his father's will 13 April 1698 ; 
died before 11 July 1706. Will 
dated 14 June 1706, proved 
17 October 1706 (original at 
Lichfield). 



trix to her 
husband's will 1 7 
October 1706. 




fj-it^}^^^ 0^ flWi/ 



Hannah (only child), 
not 21, 14 June 1706. 



John Adams of Shrewsbury, co. Salop, Alderman of Shrewsbury ;= 
born in 1675 ; executor to will of his brother, Robert Adams, 
15 July 1717; Mayor of Shrewsbury 1726; died, aged 77, 
15 July 1752, bur. in St. Alkmund's, Shrewsbury. M.L Will 
dated 22 October 1750, proved 27 October 1752 (original at 
Lichfield). 



J^^r-^^ (yl^ 



OL^rrt^ 



'Elizabeth Jorden, dau. of 
Edward Jorden of Priors 
Leigh, CO. Salop, gent ; 
marriage settlements dated 
13 June 1705; died, aged 
79, II January 1753, bur. in 
St. Alkmund's, Shrewsbury. 
M.L 



84 



John Jellicorse=f=Elizabeth, marr. before 



of Shifnall, co. 
Salop. Adminis- 
tration granted 
at Lichfield 22 
April 1720. 



2 February 1694 ; men- 
tioned in will of her 
brother, Thomas Adams, 
14 June 1706. \Vill 
dated 5 April 1742, 
proved 9 June 1748 
(P.C.C. 181 Strahan.) 



Arthur Iken of North-= 
wood, in ^Vhixall, co. 
Salop. Will proved 
in 1705 {original at 
Shrewsbury). 



A 



Anne, marr. before 2 
February 169S ; men- 
tioned in will of her 
brother, Thomas Adams, 
14 June 1706 ; living 
5 April 1742. 



A 



John Dickin of Lyneal, in Ellesmere, co. Salop,^Sarah, marriage settlements 
gent; died before 15 September 1732. dated 23 November 1713 

{see page 87); living 15 
.^^y y-^/yO September 1732. 



Ven'''<= William Adams, D.D., Master of Pembroke College, Oxford ;= 
born 1 7 August, bapt. at St. Chad's, Shrewsbury, co. Salop, 3 Sep- 
tember 1706; of Pembroke College, Oxford, matriculated 6 August 
1720, B.A. 1724, M.A. 1727, Fellow 1731, B.L). and D.D. 1756; 
Rector of St. Chad's, Shrewsbury, 11 March 173I to 1775, and of 
Cound, CO. Salop, 1755; Prebendary of Lichfield 1746, Prebendary 
of Gloucester and Archdeacon of Llandaff; Master of Pembroke 
College, Oxford, 1775-82 ; executor to his father's will 27 October 
1752 ; died at Gloucester, aged 82, 13 January 1789. 



=Sarah Hunt, dau. of 
Thomas Hunt of 
Boreatton, co. Salop ; 
marr. at St. C^had's, 
Shrewsbury, 12 July 
1742 ; died in April 
1785, bur. in St. 
Aldate's, Oxford. 



Thomas Adams, 
died in infancy. 



Benjamin Hyett of Painswick House, co. Gloucester,= 
J. P. and D.L. for co. Gloucester ; of Brasenose 
College, Oxford, matriculated 6 November 175S, 
aged 17, created M.A. 30 June 1762; of Lincoln's 
Inn; Major South Gloucester Militia; died 21 
June 1 8 10 {see Gent's Mag., Vol. So, part ii., 
page igj). He marr. istly Catharine, dau. of 
Robert Dobyns-Yate of Rromsberrow Place, co. 
Hereford. 



=Sarah, born 28 March 
1746; executrix to will 
of her grandfather 22 
October 1750; marr. 
in the cha])el of Pem- 
broke College, Oxford, 
10 July 1788 ; died in 
June 1804. 



«S 



John Adams of St. Alkmund's, Shrewsbury, co. Salop,= 
gent; executor to his father's will 27 October 1752; 
Alderman of Shrewsbury ; died, aged 66, 18 June 
1777, bur. in St. Alkmund's, Shrewsbury. M.I. Will 
dated 29 January 1771, with codicil dated 19 December 
1776, proved 14 October 1777 (P.C.C. 406 Collier). 



=Grace Cay, dau. of John Cay, Judge 
of the Marshalsea ; executrix to her 
husband's will 14 October 1777 ; died, 
aged 85, bur. in St. Alkmund's, 
Shrewsbury, 17 September 1807. 
Administration granted 23 October 
1807 (Consistory of Lichfield). 



Sarah Adams, 
died, aged 7, 
13 July 1762. 



John Cay Adams, 
died an infant 1 7 
December 1756. 



Henry Adams, John Adams of Pembroke College, 
died an infant Oxford, matriculated 10 December 
22 February i773) B.A. 1777; died, aged 19, 
1760. 23 November 1778, bur. at St. 

Alkmund's, Shrewsbury. M.I. 



Rev. Henry Cay Adams=i=Frances Marston, 



of Shrewsbury, co. Salop ; 
born at Shrewsbury 26 
I )ecember, bapt. at St. 
Alkmund's, Shrewsbury, 
31 December 1762 : of 
Pembroke College, Ox- 
ford, matriculated 15 
December 1781, Student 
of Christ Church, B.A. 
1785, M.A. 1788; Vicar 
of Brace Meole, co. 
Salop, 31 December 
1796-1804, of Stottesdon, 
CO. Salop, 5 August 1804 ; 
died 28 November, bur. 
at Painswick, co. Glou- 
cester, 2 December 1808. 



dau. of Richard 
Marston of Willen- 
hall, CO. Stafford, 
by Barbara his 
wife, dau. of 
Thomas Kirby 
of Bamborough 
Grange, co. York ; 
marr. at Morville, 
CO. Salop, 30 April 
1793 ; died at 
Painswick, aged 
61, 3 January, 
bur. there 10 
January 1828. 



A 



(For issue see " Visitaiion of Ens;land and 
Wales;' Vol. VIII., page 122.) 



Rev. William Adams,= 
D.D. ; of Pembroke 
College, Oxford, 
matriculated 20 May 
1779, a£;ed 15, B.A. 
1783, M.A. 1785, 
B.D. and D.D. 1808; 
Vicar of Halstead, 
CO. Essex, 13 July 
1804, Rector of 
Abington Pigotts, 
CO. Cambridge, 10 
April 1808 ; died, 
aged 86, 29 March 
1850, and bur. at 
Halstead. 



=Frances Pigott 
Cay, dau. of 
Henry Boult 
Cay ; marr. in 
January 1796. 



Mary. 



A 



86 



Henry Adams,=pSusanna Green, 


1 
Elizabeth Adams, 


Rev. 


1 
Rowland Hunt,=Catherine, execu- 


living 2 2 


Oc- 


sister of Rev. 


living 22 October 


D.D., 


of Pembroke tri 


1 to her father's 


tober 1750. 


Crispus Green, 


'75°- 


College, Oxford, ma- wi 


1 27 October 






Rector of 




triculated 16 Novem- 1752. j 






Wakes Colne, 




ber 


1726, aged 18, 








CO. Essex. 




B.A. 

1733. 
1756- 


1730, MA. 
H.D. and D.D. 




1 
Elizabeth. 


1 . 1 
Rev. Thomas Stedman, Vicar of St.=i=Catherine. Margaret, bapt. 


1 
Sarah Adams, 




Chad's, Shrewsbury 


, CO. Salop ; of 






at St. Chad's, 


bapt. at St. 




Pembroke College, 


Oxford, matri- 






Shrewsbury, 3 


Chad's,Shrews- 




culated 4 November 


1768, aged 21, 






August 1760 ; 


bury, 12 April 




B.A. 1783, M.A. I 


^87; Rector of 






marr. in 1793, 


1 764 ; died 23 




Wormington co. Gloucester, 1775, 






. . . Haines. 


February 1785. 




Vicar of St. Chad's 


178-1 until his 












death ; died at Shrewsbury 5 De- 












cember 1825 {see 


Gent's Mag., 












Vol. gs, part a., page 641). 
















A 









Edward Jorden of=j=Mary, marr. before 



Tintern, co. Mon- 
mouth, merchant ; 
living 19 July 1757. 



13 June 1745 (date 
of bond made on 
marriage). 



Sarah, bapt. at St. Chad's, 
Shrewsbury, 8 July 1709; 
marr. before 22 October 
1750, . . . Woodford. 



A 



Marriage Scttloueiits bcfwecii John Dickiii 
and Sarah Adams, ijtj. 

Indenture made 23 November 17 13, between (i) John Dickin of 
Lyneall, co. Salop, geni ; (2) Saiah Adams of Northwood, co. Salop, 
spinster, a daughter of William Adams, late of Great Chatwell, co. 
Stafford, deceased ; (3) Robert Adams of Great Chatwell, gent, 
and John Adams of Shrewsbury, co. Salop, ironmonger ; and 
(4) John Jellicoe of Shifnal, co. Salop, gent, and Abraham Ikyn of 
Northwood, gent. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with the said Sarah 
Adams, John Dickin grants unto Robert and John Adams a 



87 



Hyett. messuage, etc., in Lyneall, bought by his late father John Dickin, 
[Vol. S, p. 122.1 deceased, of Robert Dod, in trust to the use of the said John Dickin 
and Sarah Adams and their issue. 

Witnesses : John Blakemore, John Blakemore, iun^ John Walker. 
Signatures : John Dickin, Rob' Adams, John Adams. 



^.., ^^^^ %g^ c^ 



OL-nnn^ 



Indenture made 12 June 1705, between (i) Robert Adams of 
Great Chatwall, co. Stafford, gent, and his brothers John Adams of 
Shrewsbury, co. Salop, ironmonger, Thomas Adams of Newport, 
CO. Salop, mercer; and (2) Benjamin Jenks of Harley, co. Salop, 
clerk, and Thomas Low of Shrewsbury, grocer. 

Lease for six months of a messuage, etc., at Hadley, co. Salop. 

Witnesses: John Lacon, John Lowe, Rich: Phillips. 

Signatures and seal : Rob' Adams, John Adams, Thomas Adams. 




^U^^ 




fJ-^t-^4Li vv OAyS 



Indenture made 15 September 1732, between Sarah Dickin of 
Whitchurch, co. Salop, widow of John Dickin of the same, gent, 
deceased, and John Dickin of Coppington, co. Salop, gent, nephew 
of the said John Dickin. 

Lease for 50 years of messuage, etc., in Lineall 

Witnesses : Arth. Ikin, Thos Knight. 

Signature : John Dickin. 



The above abstracts are taken from the orig^inal deeds 
in the possession of Francis Adams Hyett 0/ 
Painswick House, co. Gloucester. — F. A. C. 



88 




Pedigree of Haworth. 



Haworth-Booth. 

[Vol. 8, p. 129.] 



Thomas Haworth of Rawchffe,=j=Mary Hayntoii of Gow- 



near Snaith, co. York ; bapt. 
at Snaith 19 October 1572; 
churchwarden of Rawchffe 
1630; bur. at Snaith 16 
November 1641. 



dall, in Snaith ; niarr. 
at Snaith 4 September 
1592 ; died at Rawclifire 
20 May 1646. 



Thomas Ha- 
worth, bapt. 
in 1593- 



William Ha- 
worth, bapt. 
in 1594. 



Jane Corn-^ 
wall, died 
at Snaith 
12 Novem- 
ber 1641. 
ist wife. 



=Peter Haworth of=Maria Dunn 
Rawcliffe, and after- of Reedness; 
wards of Reedness, marr. atWhit- 
in Whitgift, co. gift i Septem- 
York ; bur. at Whit- ber 165 ?• 
gift 22 June 1672. 2nd wife. 
Will dated 19 June 
1672, proved 18 
September 1673 
(Peculiarof Snaith). 



Thomas Haworth, Joshua Haworth of=j=Dorothy Stephenson, dau. of Thomas Stephenson 



bapt. at Snaith 8 
July 1634; living 
19 June 1672. 



Rawcliffe ; bapt. at 
Snaith 26 November 
1635 ; mentioned in 
his father's will 19 
June 1672 ; bur. at 
Snaith 15 October 
1677. 



of Swinefleet, co. York, esquire, by Dorothy Drury 
his wife ; mentioned in will of her son, Colonel 
John Haworth, 11 August 1708; bur. at Hull, co. 
York, I October 17 17. Will dated 21 August 
1 7 16, proved at York 7 February 171^ (Vol. 72, 
fo. 176). 



I 
Anne Booth. =j=Colonel John Haworth of Rawcliffe : 



I St wife. 



born in 1661 ; mentioned in his 
mother's will 21 August 17 16; died 
in 1718. Will dated 11 August 1708, 
proved 19 March 17 if (Peculiar of 
Snaith). 



=Isabella Havelock, executrix to her 
husband's will 19 March i7if; adminis- 
tratrix to her son 20 January 1 7^^. Will 
dated 13 August 1729, proved 2 March 
173-f (Peculiar of Snaith). 2nd wife. 



Anne Haworth of Gowdall ; 
mentioned in wills of her 
father 1 1 August 1 708, and 
her grandmother, Dorothy 
Haworth, 21 August 17 16; 
executrix to her step- 
mother's will 2 March 

I73^ 



Dorothy, mentioned in wills of 
her father 11 August 1708, 
and her grandmother, Dorothy 
Haworth, 21 August 17 16; 
marr. before 13 August 1729, 
. . . Fisher. 



John Haworth of Rawcliffe, 
gent ; mentioned in wills of 
his fiither 11 August 1708, 
and his grandmother, 
Dorothy Haworth, 21 Au- 
gust 1 7 16. Administration 
granted 20 January 1735 
(Peculiar of Snaith). 



89 



John Haworth of Reedness, in Whitgift, 
CO. York ; executor to his father's \vill 
i8 September 1673. 



Janson (?)=Sarah, bapt. at Snaith, co. York, 
30 May 1637 ; living unmarried 
19 June 1672. 



Thomas Haworth of Hull, co. York, master=j=Mary, executrix to her husband's will 21 



manner; born 9 May 1663, bapt. at Snaith; 
Deputy-Mayor of Hull 1701 ; died in 1705. Will 
dated 10 January 170°, proved at York 21 May 
1706 (Vol. 63, fo. 284). 



May 1706; died in 1734. Will dated 
31 December 1731, proved at York 
3 September 1735 (Vol. 84, fo. 128). 



Thomas Haworth,= 
bapt. at Hull 
24 March 169"; 
mentioned in his 
father's will 10 
January 170" J 
living 2 1 August 
1716. 



=Mary Blaydes, dau. and 
coheir of Benjamin 
Blaydes, esquire, by 
Anne his wife, dau. and 
coheir of Hugh Graves 
of Hull ; born in May 
1697 ; marr. at Hull 
18 November 17 13. 



John Haworth of Hull, master==»Mary Wood, 



mariner; born in 1692; men- 
tioned in wills of his father 10 
January 170^, and his grand- 
mother, Dorothy Haworth, 21 
August 1716; died in 1749. 
Will dated 10 December 1742, 
proved at York 7 April 1749 
(Vol. 93, fo. 125). 



dau. of Stephen 
Wood of Hull, 
master mariner; 
executrix to her 
husband's will 
7 April 1749. 



Thomas Haworth, Thomas Haworth, Benjamin Haworth of New-=i=Anne Booth, dau. and 



died young. died young. land, in Cottingham, co. 

York, esquire ; born 18 
April 1728; mentioned in 
will of his uncle John 10 
December 1742. Adminis- 
tration granted at York 
9 February 1790. 



sole heir of John Booth, 
Alderman and Mayor of 
Hull; married in 1756; 
died, aged 48, in March 
1784. 



Benjamin Blaydes 
Haworth of Hull- 
bank House, CO. 
York, esquire ; Lord 
of the Manor of 
Cottingham ; born 
27 June 1763 ; 
administrator to his 
father 9 February 
1790; Sheriff of 
Hull 1803; died 18 
December 1836. 



Eliza Sidney Cum-=j=Adrian Hardy Haworth, born 19=1= Amy Bones, dau. 



brey, daughter of 
Captain Henry 
Cumbrey of Hol- 
beach, co. Lincoln ; 



marr. 
1792; 

34- in 
wife. 



17 May 
died, aged 
1803. ist 



April 1768; F.L.S. and member of 
various foreign societies ; author 
of the " Lepidoptera Britannica," 
1803, and other works on Botany 
and Natural History; died at Chel- 
sea, CO. Middlesex, 24 August 1833, 
bur. there. Will dated 10 February 
1826. proved 5 October 1833, by 
Elizabeth Maria Haworth, relict, 
the sole executrix (P.C.C. 634 
Fai-quhar). He marr. 3rdly in 
1819, Elizabeth Maria Combs, by 
whom he had issue. /^ 



of Captain Bones, 
R.N. ; marr. in 
September 1805; 
died, aged 41, 10 
December 1813, 
bur. at Cotting- 
ham, CO. York. 
2nd wife. 



A 

(^Fo7- issue see "Visitation of England and Wales," 

Vol. VIII., page I2g.) 



90 



Nicholas Haworth, 
died young. 



Drury Haworth, bom 
in 1673 ; living 21 
August 1 7 16. 



Mary Haworth, executrix to her mother's will 
7 February i7i|^. 



Joshua Haworth, Warden of Trinity House,=f=Elizabeth, died 6 
Hull, CO. York; born 22 October 1698; men- November 1762. 
tioned in wills of his father, 10 January 170°, 
and his grandmother, Dorothy Haworth, 21 
August 1716; died in 1772. Will dated 11 
December 1767, proved at York 29 December 
1772, by Thomas Haworth, son (Vol. 116, 
fo. 384). /t\ 



Francis Haworth, men- 
tioned in will of his grand- 
mother, Dorothy Haworth, 
21 August 1 7 16; living 10 
December 1742. 



John Crispin,= 
died before 
31 December 
1731- 



'Dorothy, men- 
tioned in her 
father's will 10 
January 170° ; 
marr. before 2 1 
August 1 7 16. 



Mary, mentioned in 
her father's will 10 
January i70y; living 
21 August 1 7 16; 
married . . . Hunter. 



Elizabeth Haworth, mentioned 
in wills of her father 10 January 
170^, and her grandmother, 
Dorothy Haworth, 21 August 
1 7 1 6 ; executrix to her mother's 
will 3 September 1735. 



•A 



Lydia Haworth. 



Elizalx-th 
Haworth. 



Anne Haworth. 



Mary Haworth, died 
before 2 1 August 1 7 1 6. 



Dorothy Haworth. 



Frances Haworth, born in 1773; 
died in 1830. 



John Haworth, born in 1778; 
died in i 790. 



91 



Morris. 

{Vol. 8, p. 133.] 



Pedigree of Morj'is. 



I St wife. 



Mary, died in=f=Roger Morris of St. George's, = 
November 1 729. Hanover Square, London, 
Master Builder to the Office 
of Ordnance; born 19 April 
1695 ; died 31 January, bur. 
at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, 4 February 1 74-! . 
Will dated 11 March 174I-, 
to 3 December 1 748, proved 
20 February 174! (P.C.C. 
49 Lisle). 



=Elizabeth Jackson, dau. of Sir Philip Jackson 
of Richmond, co. Surrey, knight, by Jane 
his wife, dau. of Sir Peter Vandeput ; 
bapt. at Richmond 2 July 1704; marr. 
at St. George's, Hanover Square, London, 
6 November 1731, marriage settlements 
dated 5 November; died in August 1744. 
2nd wife. 



Sarah Pratt (?),=James Morris of Lambeth ; executor to= 



dau. of Joseph 
Pratt of Lam- 
beth, CO. Surrey ; 
died in 1754. 
1st wife. 



his father's will 20 February 174^; High 
Sheriff of co. Surrey 1764; died 8 De- 
cember 1 781, bur. at Lambeth. M.L 
Will dated 24 March 176J, with codicils 
dated 9 August 1774, and 18 December 
1775, proved 10 December 1781 (P.C.C. 
604 Webster). 



=Mary Magdalen Matthew, dau. of 
Stephen Matthew of St. i\Lirtin-in- 
the-Fields, Westminster, peruke 
maker, by Magdalen his wife ; 
marriage settlements dated 13 
September 1762; mentioned in 
codicil to her husband's will 18 
December 1775 ; died before 
8 December 17S1. 2nd wife. 



Lieut. -Colonel Roger Morris of the 
Coldstream Guards; born in 1764; 
Ensign 22 October 1782, Captain 
and Lieut.-Colonel 22 December 
1794; killed at Alkmaar, in Holland, 

19 September 1799. M.L in Lambeth 
Parish Church. Will dated 14 and 

20 June 1798, proved 4 October 1799 
(P.C.C. 729 Ho7ve). 



James Morris of East Hill, AVands-= 
worth, CO. Surrey ; a Director of 
the Bank of England ; J. P. and 
D.L. for CO. Surrey; born in 1766 ; 
executor to his brother's will 
4 October 1799; died at Wands- 
worth, aged 72, 29 May 1837. 
Will dated 16 and 17 June 1834, 
proved 14 July 1837 (P.C.C. 
552 Noi-wich'). 



=Harriet Saunders, 
dau. of Thomas 
Saunders of Yate- 
ley, CO. Hants ; 
executrix to her 
husband's ■will 14 
July 1837. 



James Morris, Harriet Morris, Roger Morris, Joshua Saunders, eldest=i=Mary Magdalen, 



died 18 No- died at Brighton, died, aged 21, 

vember 1802. co. Sussex, aged 24 December 

26, I March 1822. 

1826. 



son of the Rev. James 
Saunders, D.C.L., Rec- 
tor of Kirtlington, co. 
Oxford, and grandson 
of Thomas Saunders of 
Yateley, 




Henry Riicker of West Hill House, Wands-=j=Fleminia Adelaide, marr. at 



worth ; died at West Hill House, aged 69 
6 October 1881. Will dated 20 December 
1877, proved 17 December 1881, by Herman 
Riicker, brother, and James Morris Riicker, 
son (Prin. Reg., 927, 81). /\ 



Wandsworth 2 7 February 
1838; died at West Hill 
House, \\'andsworth, aged 77, 
8 January 1886. 



Ellen Morris, 
died young. 



92 



Andrew Morris, Licut.-Colonel the Hon'''' Roger Morris, Member 

born lo April <if the Council of the Governor of New York; 

1723; died in born 28 January 172J; Captain 48th Foot 13 

infancy. September 1745, Major 35th Foot 16 February 

1758, Lieut. -Colonel 147th Foot 19 May 1760, 

retired 1764; served as Aide-de-Camp to General 

Braddock in the expedition to Fort Duquesne 

1757 (wounded); with U'olfe at Quebec 1759 

(wounded) ; and with James Murray at Sillery, 

and the march on Montreal 1760; died at York 

13 September 1794, bur. in St. Saviour's, York. 

M.I. ^Vill dated 77 March 1792, proved 16 

January 1795 and 5 December 1815 (P.C.C. 

34 Newcast/e). {See "Dictionary of National 

Biography," Vol. jg, page loj.) 



=Mary Philipse, daughter 
of Frederick Philipse of 
New York, Patroon of 
Philipsburg, by Johanna 
his wife, dau. of Anthony 
Brockholes, 4th Governor 
of New York ; born 5 
July 1730 ; marriage 
licence (New York) dated 
19 January 1758; cxecu- 
trix lo her husband's will 
5 December 1815; died 
at York 18 July 1825, 
bur. at St. Saviour's, York. 
M.I. 



Amherst Morris, Commander R.N. ; born in 1763; promoted Commander for gallantry as 
ist Lieutenant of the "Nymphe," at the capture of "La Cleopatre " 18 June 1793; 
died at Baildon, co. York, 29 April 1802. Administration granted 26 October 1802, to JVlary 
Morris, widow, mother (P.C.C.) 



Alexius Elcock of Chiswick, co. Middlesex; executor to=Elizabeth, born 2 August 1733; 
will of James Morris 10 December 1781. Will dated marr. at St. George's, Hanover 
17 October 1797, with codicil dated 4 November 1797, Square, London, 15 November 
proved 16 April 1798 (P.C.C. 253 Jl'a/pok). 1756. 



Charles Morris of the Manor House, Wandsworth, = 
CO. Surrey, and of Portman Square, London ; 
executor to will of his brother, Roger Morris, 
4 October 1799 ; died in Portman Square, 
London, aged 75, 26 June 1S44. Will dated 
9 January 1843, proved 3 August 1844 (P.C.C. 
64S, 44)- 



=Sarah Haldimand, dau. of Anthony Francis 
Haldimand of Hampstead, co. Middlesex, 
by Jane Pickersgill his wife; born 16 January 
1772 ; marriage licence (Bishop of London) 
dated 13 August 1790, then aged 18; died 
in Portman Square, London, aged 70, 14 
October 1841. 



Charles Morris of 
The Chase, Malvern, 
CO. Worcester; born 
I August 1791 ; 
executor to his 
father's will 3 August 
1844; died 16 De- 
cember 1856. 



Francis Anthony Morris of= 
25 Hyde Park Gardens, 
London; born 10 August 
1792; of the 88th Foot, 
Ensign 18 January 1816, 
Lieutenant 1 9 February 
1824, retired 10 June 1825 ; 
died at 25 Hyde Park 
Gardens, London, aged 50, 
8 December 1842. 



=Sophia Holford, dau. of John Josias Holford 
of Kilgwyn, co. Carmarthen, by Jane Mar- 
garet his wife, dau. of Charles Jackson of 
the General Post Office, London ; marr. at 
St. Mary's, Marylebone, London, 27 May 
1826. She marr. 2ndly at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 2 January 1846, 
Major Evan Macpherson of the 68th Light 
Infantry. 



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Rear-Admiral Henry Gage Morris of= 
Charmouth, co. Dorset, and of Keldgate 
House, Beverley, co. York ; born at New 
York 27 March 1770; Lieutenant Royal 
Navy 2 April 1793, Flag-Lieutenant to 
Sir Alan Gardner, Commander 8 May 1804, 
Captain 12 August 181 2, Rear- Admiral 
I October 1846; died at Beverley, in his 
8 1 St year, on Monday, 24 November, bur. 
at Beverley Minster 28 November 1851. 




=Rebecca Newenham Millard Orpen, 3rd dau. 
of the Rev. Francis Orpen, Vicar of Kilgarvan, 
CO. Kerry, and Rector of Dulgorney and Douglas, 
CO. Cork, by Susannah his wife, dau. and coheir 
of Hugh Millerd of Monard, co. Cork, Alderman 
of Cork; born 21 August 1784; marr. by licence 
in Douglas Chapel, in the parish of Carrigaline, co. 
Cork, 30 January 1805 ; died at Bridlington Quay, 
CO. York, aged 90, 7 March, bur. in Beverley 
Minster 11 March 1875. Will dated 15 October 
1867, proved at York 9 April 1875, by Maria 
Susannah Morris, daughter. 



A\ 



{Fo>- issue see " Visitation of England and IVaks," 
Vol. VIII., page 133.) 



Peter Shakerley of Hulme, co. Chester ;= 
died at Twickenham, co. Middlesex, 
14 October 1781. Will dated 12 
April 1764. Administration granted 
28 November 1781, to Charles 
Buckworth, son-in-law (P.C.C. 558 
Webster). He marr. istly Ann, dau. 
of John Amson of Lees, co. Lancaster. 



=Margaret, born 1 1 
December 1734, bapt. 
at St. George's, Han- 
over Square, London, 
I January I73j ; 
marr. 13 March 1765 ; 
living 14 June 1798. 
2nd wife. 



Charles Morris of the Inner 
Temple, gent ; born 9 January 
173b-; educated at Eton and at 
St. John's College, Cambridge, 
admitted Pensioner 19 June 
1753, B.A. I7S7, M.A. 1760; 
admitted to the Inner Temple 
II September 1750; living 24 
March 176^. 



James Morris of Encombe, Sandgate, co.= 
Kent, and of Belgrave Square, London, 
a Director of the Bank of England ; 
born II May 1794; Governor of the 
Bank of England 1847; died at 17 
Cadogaii Place, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 
in his 88th year, 9 May 1882. Will 
dated 11 March 1874, proved 10 June 
1882 (Prin. Reg., 486, 82). 



=Sophia Campbell, dau. 
of James Campbell of 
Hampton Court, co. 
Middlesex, a Director of 
the Bank of England ; 
marr. at Hampton 3 
December 1835; died 
in 1867. 



Jane Morris of Connaught 
Place, Hyde Park, London ; 
born 16 July 1795 ; died at 
7 Connaught Place, Hyde 
Park, 6 April 1869. Will 
dated 17 July 1866, proved 
6 May 1869, by James 
Morris, brother (Prin. Reg., 
353. 69). , 



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Thomas Cowper Hincks of Marefield, co.= 
Leicester, and of Charlton, co. Chester, Captain 
King's Dragoon Guards; born 5 January 1758; 
Lieutenant 9 April 1780 ; died 4 March 18 19. 



=Joanna, marr. 15 January 
1787; died 30 December 
1822. 



Maria Morris, 
died 25 Sep- 
tember 1836. 



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Sir George Baker of Loventor, co.=j=Jane, born 1 3 
Devon, baronet, M.D., F.R.S., February 1 7|^ ; 
F.S.A. ; educated at Eton and at marr. at St. 
King's College, Cambridge, B.A. James', West- 
1745, M.A. 1749, M.D. 1756, minster, 28 June 
Fellow of King's College; 1768; died 13 
F.R.C.P. 1 757, President 1785-90, July 1813. 
1792, 1793 and 1795, Physician 
to the Queen and to the King ; 
created a baronet 19 September 
1776; died, aged 86, 15 June, 
bur. at St. James', W'estminster, 24 
June 1809. M.L {See^Dictionaiy 
of National Biography" Vol. III., 
P'W 7-) /k 



Rev. Michael Babbs of= 
Lyme Regis, co. Dorset 
(son of George Babbs of 
Marylebone, co. Middle- 
sex) ; of St. Mary Hall, 
Oxford, matriculated 6 
May 1777, aged 26; many 
years Curate of Lyme 
Regis ; died, aged 88, 2 1 
September, bur. at Lyme 
Regis 28 September 
1 83 1. M.L Will dated 
8 August 1827, proved 
10 October 1831, by 
Mary Ann Babbs, spinster, 
daughter, and the Rev. 
Andrew Brandram, son- 
in-law (P.C.C. 559 7>-^^.f.) 
He marr. istly .... 
Tench. 



=Mary, bom 5 
January 1 74^ ; 
marr. at Chel- 
sea,co. Middle- 
sex, 26 De- 
cember 1787 ; 
died at Lyme 
Regis, aged 87, 
29 April 1827, 
buried there. 
M.L 2nd wife. 



Louisa Maria, born 
5 June 1799 ; died 
in infancy. 



Emma Morris, born 22 August 1800; died 
2 May 1832. Administration granted 21 
December 1832, to Charles Morris, father 
(P.C.C. Tenterden). 



Frederick Morris, born 
3 April 1802 ; died 19 
May 182 1. 



9S 



Allix. 

[Vol. 8, p. 137-] 



Pedigree of Allix. 



Israel Allix, Sieur du Val, of Alengon, in=j=Elisabet Badouin, dau. 



Normandy ; served as Lieutenant in the 
regiment of M. de Hertree at the siege of 
Amiens in September 1597; died before 
10 July 1632. 



of Jean de Badouin, 
Sieur de la Pillotiere ; 
died before 10 July 
1632. 



Israel Allix, Sieur 
du Val ; joined with 
his brother and 
sisters in claiming 
redemption of their 
paternal property 10 
July 1632 ; living 
24 January 165I. 



Pierre Allix, Sieur du Val,= 
Minister of the Reformed 
Church at Alengon ; living 
29 June 1662; died before 13 
July 1666. 



=Madeleine Allisot, marr. Marie, living 
before 17 December 10 July 1632. 
1648 ; made a settlement 
of her property in and 
near Alengon 4 Novem- Elisabet, living 
ber 1673; (?) granted a 10 July 1632. 
pension as " Magdalen de 
Alix, widow," 30 May 1 7 04. 



Rev. Peter Allix, D.D. ; born at Alen^on, in Normandy, in 1641 ;= 
educated at Universities of Saumur and Sedan ; Pastor at 
Charenton, Paris, 1670, Moderator of the Provincial Synod at 
Lisy 1683; came to England as a refugee in 1685; Treasurer of 
Salisbury Cathedral 1690; D.D. (Cambridge) 1690 and (Oxford) 
1692; "universally esteemed the greatest master of his age in 
Rabbinical learning " ; author of " Reflections on the Books of 
the Holy Scripture," and other theological works ; died, aged 76, 
23 February, bur. at St. Sepulchre's, London, 26 February 17 if. 
Will dated i8 February 17 if, 
proved 27 February i7if (P.C.C. 22 
Whitfield). Portrait at Swaffham , 

Prior House in the possession of / 
Charles Peter Allix. {See ''Die- J^ 
tionary of National Biography" " 
Vol. 7, page 334.) 




=Margaret Roger, dau. of 
Jean Roger of Paris, 
merchant, by Rachel his 
wife, dau. of Jacques 
Croyer ; executrix to her 
husband's will 2 7 February 
1 7 if; died 18 October, 
bur. at St. Antholin's, 
London, 24 October 1739. 
Will dated 31 December 
1735, proved 26 January 
I7f| (P.C.C. I Broivne). 
Portrait at Sivaffham 
Prior House in the 
possession of Charles Peter 
Allix. 



Very Rev. (John) Peter Allix, D.D., Dean of Ely ; born at= 
Alen^on ; aged 6 on the passport granted to his father to 
leave Paris 24 October 1685 ; educated at Charterhouse 
and at Queen's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1702, Fellow of 
Jesus College, M.A. 1706, D.D. 1717; Vicar of Swaffham 
St. Ciriac and St. Mary, co. Cambridge, 21 February 17 if, 
Royal Chaplain 12 August 1721, Rector of Dry Drayton 
2 April 1724, and of Castle Camps, both co. Cambridge, 
February 172I, Dean of Gloucester 1729, and of Ely 21 
November 1730; died, aged 78, 11 January 1758, bur. in 
Castle Camps Church. M.L 
Portj-aits at Emmanuel College, 
Cambridge, and at Stvaffham 
Prior House. / jy/ /7 M. T^JT 





=Elizabeth Parker (half-sister of 
Admiral Sir Charles Wager, 
Treasurer of the Navy), dau. 
of Alexander Parker of Lon- 
don, merchant, by Prudence 
his wife, dau. of William 
Goodson of Ratcliff, co. 
Middlesex, gent ; marriage 
settlements dated 30 April 
1 7 13; died 2 December 1750, 
bur. in Ely Cathedral. Portrait 
at S'waffhani Prior House in 
the possession of Charles Peter 
Allix. 



96 



Daniel Allix of 
Alengon, in Nor- 
mandy, avocat ; 
living with his 
wife at Alen^on 4 
November 1673. 



Thomas Allix, Sieur du 
Val ; mentioned in the 
settlement of 4 Novem- 
ber 1673; Captain in the 
Regiment du Languedoc 
6 March i68». 



Lenore Antoine Allix, Ensign in the Earl of 
Mulgrave's Holland Regiment 28 February 
1 68 J (the receipt of the money paid for the 
commission is dated 3 March 168.', and signed 
"Duval Alix"); died whilst in" the British 
service circa 1697. 



Claude Des Maretz= 
of St. Mary Ab- 
church, London, 
merchant ; died 2 
January 1763. Will 
with two codicils 
dated 14 April 
1 761 to 23 March 
1762, proved 3 Feb- 
ruary 1763 (P.C.C. 
51 Cccsar). He 
married 2ndly . . . 
Dupuy. 



=Mary, named 
executrix to her 
aunt, Magdalen 
Allix, 24 April 
1738; bur. at 
St. Antholin's, 
London, 1 7 June 
1741. 



James Allix, aged 
3-J, 24 October 
1685 ; died in 
the East Indies. 



Thomas Allix, 
aged 1 1 months, 
24 October 1685; 
died before 5 
January i68|^. 



William Allix of Hart Street, Blooms- 
bury, London, esquire, F".R.S. ; 
educated at Charterhouse and at 
Jesus College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1709; Secretary to Admiral Sir John 
Norris, Commander-in-Chief in the 
Mediterranean 1734; F.R.S. 1753; 
bur. at St. George's, Bloomsbury, 24 
May 1769. Will dated 10 February 
1769, proved 4 April 1769 (P.C.C. 
no Bogg). 




Charles Allix of Swaffham, co. Cambridge ; of Christ's College,= 
Cambridge, B.A. 1737, M.A. 1741 ; executor to will of his 
uncle, William Allix, 4 April 1769; died, aged 78, 25 December 
1794, bur. in Castle Camps Church, co. Cambridge. M.L 
Will dated 4 April 1794, proved 15 January 1795 (P.C.C. 
I Nnvcastle). Portrait at Swaffham Prior House in tlie 
possession of Charles Peter Allix. 



r^-^^^^ 



=Catherine Greene, dau. of 
the Rt. Rev. Thomas 
Greene D. D., Bishop of Ely, 
by Catherine his wife, dau. 
of the Rev. Charles Trimnell, 
Rector of Abbots Ripton, 
CO. Huntingdon ; bapt. at 
Canterbury Cathedral 27 
January 1704; marr. in 1744. 



Charles Wager Ann Johnson, =Rev. Charles Wager Allix of 
Allix, died in died at Mere, co. Willoughby Hall, co. Lincoln; 
infancy, bur. at Wilts. Adminis- born 18 June 1748; of Christ's 
St.Olave's, Hart tration granted College, Cambridge, B.A. 1774, 
Street, Blooms- 2 May 1782 M.A. 1777: Vicar of Mere; 
bury, London, (P.C.C.) ist died at Mere 30 November 
5 March 174^. wife. i79S- ^^'H dated 19 September 

1795, proved 13 May 1796 
(P.C.C. 232 Harris). /k 



'Catherine Townley, 2nd 
dau. of Colonel Richard 
Townley of Belfield Hall, 
CO. Lancaster ; executrix 
to her husband's will 
13 May 1796; died at 
Shrewsbury, co. Salop, 6 
October 1839. 2nd wife. 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. XVI., page i/j.) 

97 



Duval Allix,-is supposed 
to have become a 
Catholic after 1685, 
and retained the family 
property at Alengon. 



Mary Allix, followed her brother 
Peter to England, and received 
with her sister Magdalen a 
pension from the English Crown 
on account of her brother 
Anthony's services; living 25 
March 1731. 



Magdalen Allix of St. James', 
Westminster ; followed her 
brother Peter to England. Will 
dated 24 April 1738. Adminis- 
tration granted 10 January 
i74f, to William Allix, esquire, 
nephew (P.C.C. i Boycott). 



Gilbert Allix of St. Benet Fink, London,= 
merchant, and afterwards of Camberwell, 
CO. Surrey ; bapt. at Salisbury Cathedral 

2 January 169I; bur. at Camberwell 

3 July 1767. Will dated 21 April 1764, 
proved 3 July 1767 (P.C.C. 250 Lcgard). 




=Jane Champion de Crespigny, 
dau. of Thomas Champion 
de Crespigny of Camberwell, 
esquire, by Magdaleine his 
wife, dau. of Israel Granger 
of Alengon ; marriage licence 
(Vicar-General) dated 18 Sep- 
tember 1723; executrix to her 
husband's will 3 July 1767. 



Margaret, died in 
Switzerland circa 
1772; married 
Peter Seignoret, 
retired to Switzer- 
land in 1734. 
Will dated 26 
March 1735. 



I 



John Peter Allix of Swaffham Prior House, co.=j=: 
Cambridge; bom 8 November 1749; died 15 May, 
bur. at Swaffham Prior 24 May 1807. M.I. at 
St. Cyriac's and at St. Mary's, Swaffham Prior (see 
"Frag??ienta Genealogica" Vol. VII., pages ^2-^6). 
Will dated 15 May 1807, proved 18 December 1807, 
by Sarah Allix, relict (P.C.C. 938 lushington). 
For/rait at Swaffham Prior House in t/ie possession 
of Charles Peter Allix. 




'Sarah Collier, dau. of the Rev. William 
Collier, Vicar of Swaffham Prior, by 
Sarah his wife ; bapt. at Swaffham Prior 
22 May 1759; marr. there 11 October 
1782 ; died at Montagu Square, 
London, aged 76, 3 February, bur. 
at Swaffham Prior 11 February 1836. 
M.I. at St. Cyriac's and at St. Mary's, 
Swaffham Prior. Will dated 4 January 
183 1, with codicil dated 23 February 
1 83 1, proved 13 August 1836, by John 
Peter Allix, son, and Christopher 
Pemberton, two of the executors 
(P.C.C. 466 Stoivell). 



/K 



{For issue see "Visitation of Engla?id and Wales," 
Vol VIII., page ijj.) 



Rev. George Wilson, of Christ's College,=j=Jane, marriage settlements 



Cambridge, B.A. 1778, M.A. 1781 ; Vicar of 
Corbridge, co. Northumberland, 1785; died, 
aged 74, 20 September 1829, bur. at 
Corbridge. M.I. 



A 
98 



dated 23 November 1781; 
died, aged 61, 8 November 
1 81 7, bur. at Corbridge. 
M.I. 



Catherine Allix, 
died in infancy. 



Exemption granted to Israel Allix du Val, Allix. 

jCQ-j [Vol. 8, p. 137. 

Nous Henry par la grace de Dieu Roy de France et de Nauarre 
certiftions a tous quil appartiendra Que Israel alix S"' du Val Lieutenant 
a la Compagnie Colonelle du S' de Hertre Nous a seruy en ce siege 
A Ceste cause nous niandons a tous nos baillifs Serjans Prcvosts Juges 
ou leu' lieutenans qu'il ayent a le tenir quitte de la contribuon au ban 
a quoi II pourroit estre tenu et lui en faciez comme nous lui en faisons 
pleine et entiere main levee, lui ayant promis d emmener avec lui dix 
ou douze de ses soldats et de licencier le reste. En Tesmoing de 
quoy nous avons mis nostre seel a ce pnt conge donne au camp deuant 
Amiens ce xxx^ jr de Septembre 1597. 





99 



Allix. Licence to Peter Allix and his Family to 
t^'°'- ^' P- ■37-1 leave France, 1685. 

Nous Jean Jacques charron cheuallier Marquis de Menars conseiller 
du Roy en ses conseils maistre des Requestes ordinaire de son hostel 
surintendant des finances Domaines et affaires de la Reyne Intendant 
de la Generalite de Paris Certiffiions que Pierre Alix cydeuant 
ministre de la Religion pretendue Reformee au Temple de Charenton 
qui est de nostre departement apris la resolution de se retirer aux pais 
estrangers en consequence de la Permission qui lui en a este donnee 
par 1 edict du Roy du present mois d'octobre lequel s"' alix ministre 
avec marguerite Roger sa femme et trois de ses enffance. Jean pierre 
alix aage de six ans Jacques alix de trois ans et demy et Thomas 
alix aage de vnze mois, s'en va en Angleterre sortant du Royaume 
par Calais fait a Paris ce vingt quatre octobre Mil sixcens quatre 
vingt seinq. 

(Signature and seal) 

MMENARS, 

Par Monseigneur, 
Popart. 



Certificate of Denization of Peter Allix 
and his Family, 168I. 

I Nicholas Hayward, Notary and Tabellion Publick, dwelling in 
London, Admitted and Sworn, Do hereby Certifie and Attest unto all 
whom it may concern, That I have seen and perused certain Letters 
Patents of Denization, Granted by our Sovereign Lord King JAMES 
the Second, under the Broad-Seal of England, dated the fith day of 
January in the Third Year of His said Majesties Reign ; wherein, 
amongst others, is inserted the Namej of Peter Allix Clerk, 
Margarett his wife, John Peter &• Jcuiies their children who though 
born beyond Seas, are made His Majesties Liege Subjects, and to 
be held, reputed, and taken as Subjects born in this Kingdom of 
England ; & may as such. Purchase, Buy, Sell and Dispose of Lands, 
Tenements & Hereditaments in this Kingdom and that the said 
Peter Allix Margarett his Wife, John Peter and James ilieir Children 
by Vertue of the said Letters Patents are to pay Custom and Duties 
for their Goods and Merchandizes only as Natives do and ought 
to do, and to enjoy all Liberties, Priviledges and Franchises of 
Subject born in this Kingdom, without any Disturbance, Impediment 
or Molestation, as by the said Patent, relation being thereunto had, 
may more at large appear. Of all which. Act being required of me 
the said Notary, I have granted these Presents to serve and avail 
the said Peter Allix & his Wife &= Children in time and place 
convenient. London the i6"^ day January a" dni i68\. 

In Testimonium Veritatis Signo meo Manual! Solito Signavi et 
Tabellionatus mei Sigillum apposui rogatus 

Nic Hayward No'"^ Pub"^ 
168^. 



Declaration by tJie Bishops regarding the Allix. 
''History of the Co unci Is" by Dr^ Peter [Voi. s, p- .37] 
Allix, i6gg. 

Whereas it docs much Concern Protestants and all Lovers of 
Truth to have such an Edition of the Councils as shall contein only 
the pure and genuin Acts and Monuments of the Church, and 
to be freed from the spurious Treatises interpolations and false 
glosses that abound in the Editions of popish Writers, and with 
which they endeavour to defend the Errors and Corruptions of their 
Church. 

And whereas it is well known to Us that L)'' Alix is a person of 
great Integrity, Abilitys and Skill, in Ecclesiasticall History and 
Antiquitys, and that by advice and directions of the late Arch-Bishop 
of Canterbury, and the late Bishop of Worcester, and of other Bishops 
now living he did undertake the publishing of the Councils and after 
severall Years with much labor, and Care spent in the Undertaking 
hath made them ready to be printed, but by the Imposition on 
Paper, and other Difficultys, hath been hinderd from putting them 
in the press. 

To Enalile him therefore to make publick a Work which will 
be of great Benefit to the Cause of the reform'd Church's, and of 
much use to the learned, Wee do apprehend that he not only will 
need, but does deserve greater help and Incouragement than what 
can arise onely from the Subscriptions, which shall be made for it. 

Feb: 15"' 
1699. 

Jo. Ebor Tho Cantuar 

Gi. Sarum H. London 

R. Winchester 

W. Wigorn 

Tho. Roffefi: 

Jonat: Exon 

N. Cestriens 

Sy. Eliens. 

J. Norwich 

Ric. Petriburg: 

Edw. Gloucester 

Jo: Bristol 

Ja. Lincoln 
, W. Oxon 

Johan. Cicestr. 

Jo. Lichfield & Cov: 

The above are printed from the original documents in 
the possession of Charles Peter Allix of Sivaffham 
Prior House, co. Cambridge. — F. A. C. 



lOI 



Bulkeley-Owen. 

[\'oi. a, p. 140.] 







Pedigree of Hatchett. 




Richard Hatchett of Shrewsbury and of= 
Lee, in Ellesmere, co. Salop (son of 
Robert Hatchett of Acton Reynald, in 
Shawhury, co. Salop, whose will dated 
10 February i6of, was proved at Lich- 
field 19 June 1609); born at Acton 
Reynald 26 October 1583; admitted 
a burgess of Shrewsbury 16 February 
162I; bought Lee Hall, in Ellesmere, 
30 December 1634; died 10 February 
165I-. Will dated 16 January 165I, 
proved 7 July 1655 (P.C.C. 103 Aylett). 



=Alice, baptised 
3 March ijgf ; 
marr. 4 Febru- 
ary 161^ ; living 
7 February 1 6|^. 



Stephen Hatchett of Lee ; born= 
25 December 1616 ; died 7 Sep- 
tember 1684. Will dated 30 
October 1677, enrolled 2 January 
i68i (Manor of Ellesmere). 



=Sarah Lloyd, dau. of Richard Lloyd of 
Emstrey, in Atcham, co. Salop ; marr. 
17 February i6|-§, marriage settlements 
dated 7 February; died before 7 Sep- 
tember 1684, bur. in Ellesmere Church. 



WilHam Hatchett, 
aged 5, 16 Feb- 
ruary 1 62 J. 



Richard Hatchett of Lee, gent ;= 
born 14 October 1641. Will dated 
8 February 171", enrolled 27 July 
1 7 12 (Manor of Ellesmere). 



^Elizabeth Lyth, eldest dau. of John 
Lyth of Lee, gent ; marriage settle- 
ments dated 22 December 1665 ; 
living 20 October 1690. 



Stephen Hatchett, 
executor to his 
father's will 2 Jan- 
uary 1 68 J. 



Richard Hatchett of Lee,= 
gent ; born in November 
1666 ; Receiver for the 
Earl of Bridgewater, within 
the Lordship of Ellesmere. 
Will dated 7 March 171-^-, 
proved at Shrewsbury 17 
April 1 7 1 3 (original at 
Lichfield). 



=Mary Richards of Tethill, 
CO. Salop; marr. at Myddle, 
CO. Salop, 31 May 1690, 
marriage settlements dated 
26 May and 20 October 
i6go. Will dated 29 
October 1742, proved 16 
June 1749 (original at 
Lichfield). 



Jonathan Higginson=j=Sarah, bapt. at 



of Houghton Farm, 
in Ellesmere ; living 
8 February i7iy. 



Ellesmere 8 
February i66|; 
living 8 Feb- 
ruary i7ix- 



A\ 



Francis Lloyd of=j=Mary, born 29 March 1691, Isabel Hatchett, born John Hatchett, born 



Crossmore, 
Ellesmere. 



A 



bapt. at Ellesmere ; died 1 7 
November 1768. 



14 October 1692 ; 3 January 169I; died 
died before 1700. before 1697. 



John Hatchett,= 
aged 2^, 1 6 
February i62|. 



Margaret, marr. Isaac Jones^ Sarah, living Alice, living 

before 16 Jan- of Chilton, niarr. before unmarried 16 unmarried 16 

uary 165I. in Atcham, 16 January Januaryi655. JanuaryiGSy. 

^ CO. Salop. 165^. 



John Hatchett of Gloucester ;=. 
bapt. at Ellesniere, co. Salop, 
6 December 1672 ; living 
8 February ijiy. 



William Gough of Ne\vton,=j=Elizabeth, bapt. at 

Ellesmere ; marr. 
there 26 May 1697. 



in Myddle, co. Salop ; bom 
in 1676. 



A 



Edward Hatchett of Lee, in=j=Elizabeth Bulkeley, dau. 



Ellesmere, gent ; born 6 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at Ellesmere 30 
September 1696; executor to 
his mother's will 16 June 1749; 
died in 1754, bur. at Ellesmere. 
M.I. Will dated 7 January 1754, 
proved 7 March 1755 (P.C.C. 
75 Paul). 



of Richard Bulkeley of 
Coedana, co. Anglesey, 
attorney-at-law ; born 14 
July, bapt. at St. Dunstan's- 
in-the-West, London, 20 
July 1695 ; marr. before 
1720; died before 1738. 



Sarah, born 19 January, bapt. 
at Ellesmere 8 P"ebruary 
1 7oi ; marr. at Hordley, 
CO. Salop, 9 February 172^, 
Thomas Vaughan. 



(Richard) Bulkeley Hatchett of= 
Lee, esquire ; executor to his 
father's will 7 March 1755; 
died, aged 80, 15 December 
1800, bur. at Ellesmere. M.I. 
Will dated i September 1797, 
proved 8 August 1801 (P.C.C. 
529 Abercromhic). 



=Martha Owen, dau. of Thomas Owen 
of Llynlloedd, co. Montgomery, 
by Abigail his 2nd wife ; born 15 
November 1713 ; marr. at Gresford, 
CO. Denbigh, i December 1748, 
marriage settlements dated 26 No- 
vember ; died, aged 79, 29 June 
1792, bur. at Ellesmere. M.I. 
Will dated 13 November 1784. 
Administration granted 15 January 
1793 (P.C.C. 26 Dodwell). ' 



Richard Davies=j=Mary. 
of Ellesmere, 
attorney. 



Bulkeley Hatchett of Ellesmere, esquire ;= 
born 15 May, bapt. at Ellesmere 6 June 
1750; High Sheriff for CO. Merioneth in 
1800; died, aged 80, 23 August, bur. at 
Ellesmere 30 August 1830. Will dated 
18 August 1829, with codicil dated 28 
August 1829, proved 3 November 1830 
(P.C.C. 653 Beard). 



A 



{For issue see " Visitation 
Vol. VIII., 



^Mary Mainwaring, only child of Thomas Main- 
waring of the Inner Temple, London, by Elizabeth 
his wife, eldest dau. of James Mason of Shrewsbury ; 
born in Chancery Lane, London, 16 May 1761; 
marr. at St. Julian's, Shrewsbury, co. Salop, i June 
1789, marriage settlements dated 30 May; died at 
Ellesmere 18 February, bur. there 27 February 1837. 
Will dated 8 February 1837, proved 28 November 
1838 (P.C.C. 96 Nicholl). 

of England and Wales" 
page 140.) 



103 



Jane, bapt. at Ellesmere, 
CO. Salop, 9 November 
1677. 



Joseph Hatchett, bapt. at Ellesmere 
7 July 1680 ; bur. there 18 March 



168^ 



Mary, bapt. at Ellesmere 
5 April 1683. 



Richard Hatchett, Francis Hatchett, John Hatchett, 

born at Ellesmere living 8 February living 8 Feb- 

27 April 1704; i7if- ruary i7iy. 
living in 1742. 



Jane, bapt. at 
Ellesmere 10 
April 1710 ; 
married . . . 
Pate. 



Anne Hatchett, bapt. 
at Ellesmere 2 June 
1712 ; living unmar- 
ried 29 October 1742. 



Hugh Owen of Tedsmore, in 
West Felton, co. Salop, and 
of Coedana, co. Anglesea, 
esquire; born 4 October 1751, 
bapt. at Ellesmere ; High 
Sheriff for co. Anglesea in 
181 2 ; assumed by Royal 
Licence in August 1804, the 
surname and arms of Owen ; 
died at Tedsmore 25 Decem- 
ber 1 818, bur. at Hatfield, 
CO. Hertford. Will dated 18 
September 181 1, proved 12 
June 1 8 19, by Sarah 
Salusbury, sister (P.C.C. 290 
Ellenbrd'). 



Mary Hatchett of Lee ; 
born 12 May 1753, 
bapt. at Ellesmere ; 
died at Lee 27 Feb- 
ruary 1800, bur. at 
Ellesmere. M.L Will 
dated 7 February 
1800, proved 26 July 
1800 (P.C.C. 529 
Adderky). 



Thomas Salusbury of= 
Denbigh (brother of 
Sir Robert Salusbury 
of Llanwern, co. Mon- 
mouth, ist baronet); 
died at Denbigh 5 
April 1 83 1, bur. at 
Whitchurch, Denbigh. 



=Sarah, born 27 
March 1757, 
bapt. at Elles- 
mere ; marr. at 
Shiffnal, co. 
Salop ; died 25 
April 1850, bur. 
at Whitchurch, 
Denbigh. 



104 




Pedigree of Colmaii. 



Colman. 

[Vol. 8, p. 142.] 



Deborah \\'cavers,= 
niarr. at Crown- 
thorpe,co. Norfolk, 
6 February 1 7 1 J ; 
bur. at Wyniond- 
ham 24 February 
173^. 1st wife. 



=pjereniiah Colman= 
of W'yniondliani, 
CO. Norfolk ; bapt. 
atWymondham 14 
May 1 690 ; bur. 
there 5 February 
1763. Will dated 
30 March 1761, 
proved at Norwich 
19 March 1763. 



=Esther J}arnard, 
niarr. at St. Peter's 
Mancroft, Norwich, 
7 January 1 74!, 
marriage licence 
(Norwich) of the 
same date ; bur. 
at Wymondham 7 
April I 77 I. 2nd 
wife. 



Elizabeth, bapt. 
at U'ymondham 
15 May 1749; 
living 30 March 
I 761. 



Sarah, bapt. at 
Wymondham 2 1 
October 1751 ; 
living 30 March 
1761. 



George Colman, 
bapt. at Wymond- 
ham 21 October 
1 751; living 30 
March 1761. 



Jeremiah Colman of Wreningham, co.= 
Norfolk ; bapt. at Wymondham 2 1 
April 1 7 17; executor to his father's 
will 19 March 1763; died at Great 
EUingham, co. Norfolk, 13 April 
1797, bur. in the Baptist Pnirial 
Ground there. xM.I. 



=Mary Juby, niarr. at Attleborough, John Colman, bapt. 

CO. Norfolk, 24 September 1745 ; at Wymondham 28 

died, aged 86, 20 January 1802, -September 1718; 

bur. in the Baptist Burial Ground, living 30 March 

Great EUingham. M.I. 1761. 



Mary, born in 1747 ; marr. 
James Barnard of Great 
EUingham. 



Robert Colman of= 
Ashwellthorpe, co. 
Norfolk ; born 6 
September 1749; 
died 9 January 
1807, bur. at Ash- 
wellthorpe. M.I. 



=Mary Harmer, dau. of Thomas 
Harmer of Denton, co. Norfolk, 
by Elizabeth his wife ; born 7 
January i75x; marr. 21 July 
1774 ; died in Magdalen Street, 
Norwich, 7 May 1826, bur. at 
Ashwellthorpe. M.I. 



Jeremiah 
Colman. 



Robert Colman of Rockland, co. Norfolk ; born 4 May, bapt. at Firland=j=Anne Mills, born 



Chapel, Wymondham, 27 May 1775 ; died at Rockland 26 January, 
bur. in Thorpe Rosary Cemetery, Norwich, i February 1S67. Will 
dated 29 October 1853, proved at Norwich 24 July 1867. 




^^/^Ta^-i^^Pi^*^*^ 



A\ 



in 1776; marr. at 
Ditchingham, co. 
Norfolk, 22 October 
1799; died 5 June, 
bur. in Thorpe 
Rosary Cemetery, 
Norwich, 12 lune 
1856. 



{For issue see "Visitation of England and IVa/es" 
Vol. VIII., page 142, and Vol. IX., page j.) 



105 



Susannah, bapt. at Wymondham, 
CO. Norfolk, 7 August 1720; 
married before 30 March 1761 
. . . Watts. 



Ann, bapt. at Wymondham 27 
January 1723; married before 
30 March 1761 . . . Jecks. 



George Colman, bapt. 
at Wymondham 28 
March, bur. there i 
September 1725. 



Henry Colman, bapt. at=|=Martha Bush of Wymondham ; George Colman, bapt. at Wymond- 
Wymondham 17 July marr. at Norwich Cathedral ham 24 March, bur. there 28 March 



1726; living 30 March 
1761. 



10 September 1750. 



1730- 



/\ 



Susannah, born 1 1 
May, bapt. at Firland 
Chapel, Wymondham, 
12 June 1776; died 
in 1845. She married 
John Ellis Turner. 



Jeremiah Colman, born 16 July,= 
bapt. at Firland Chapel, Wymond- 
ham, 6 August 1777; died at 
his residence, Newmarket Road, 
Norwich, 3 December 185 1, bur. in 
Thorpe Rosary Cemetery, Norwich. 
M.I. Will dated 28 August 1851, 
proved 23 December 1851 (P.C.C.) 



=Ann Theobald, dau. of John 
Theobald, by Mary his wife ; 
born 18 January 1777; died 
at her residence, Newmarket 
Road, Norwich, 23 October 
1862, bur. in Thorpe Rosary 
Cemetery, Norwich. M.I. 



William Harmer,=f=Mary, born 4 August, Thomas Theobald,=j=Elizabeth, bom 21 No 



died, aged 73, i 
June 1852. M.I. 



A 



bapt. at Firland Chapel, 
Wymondham, 31 August 
1779; died 28 February 
i860. M.I. 



born 21 December vember, bapt. at Firland 
1774 ; died 17 1 Chapel, Wymondham, 
November 1841. [ 6 December 1780; died 
j 12 May 1859. 

A 



106 



Samuel Colman, born 24 December=j=Harriet Cracken- 
1781, bapt. at Firland Chapel, thorpe. 
Wymondham, co. Norfolk, 9 January 
1782; died at Norwich 28 February 
i866. A 



Sarah, born 29 December 1782, bapt. 
at Firland Chapel, Wymondham, 15 
January 1783; died 9 March 1866. 
She married Henry CuUey. 

I 



Rebecca, born 6 February, bapt. at Firland 
Chapel, Wymondliani, 10 March 1784; died 
16 June 1820. She married William Bowles. 



Ruth, born 24 April, bapt. at Firland Chapel, 
Wymondham, 6 June 1787 ; died 27 July 
185 1. She married James Cozens. 



Hannah Colman, born 2 1 June, 
bapt. at Firland Chapel, Wy- 
mondham, 22 July 1788; died 
6 August 182 1, bur. at Ashwell- 
thorpe, CO. Norfolk. M.I. 



Lucy Colman, born 22 May, 
bapt. at Firland Chapel, 
Wymondham, 13 June 1792; 
died in September following. 



John Colman, born 18 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at Firland Chapel, 
\Vyniondham, 8 April 1795; 
died at sea 26 March 182 1, 
bur. at Ashwellthorpe. M.l. 



107 



Leicester. 

[Vol. 8, p. 1 53-] 



Bridget Paston,= 
dau. of John 
Paston of Sporle, 
CO. Norfolk, 

esquire, by Anne 
his wife, dau. of 
John Moulton of 
Huntingfield, co. 
Suffolk ; bapt. 
at Huntingfield 
4 March 156^; 
marr. at Cookley, 
CO. Suffolk, 13 
August 1582 ; 
died at Upton, in 
West Ham, co. 
Essex, 27 June, 
bur.atTittleshall, 
CO. Norfolk, 24 
July 1598. 1st 
wife. 



Pedigree of Coke. 



=Sir Edward Coke, knight. Lord Chief Justice of England^ 
(only son of Robert Coke of Lincoln's Inn, London, and of 
Mileham, co. Norfolk, esquire, by Winifred his wife, dau. and 
coheir of William Knightley of co. Norfolk, gent) ; born at 
Mileham i February, bapt. there 7 February 155^; admitted 
to Trinity College, Cambridge, in September 1567, to 
Clifford's Inn 21 January 157^, and to the Inner Temple 
24 April 1572, Barrister-at-Law 20 April 1578; Recorder of 
Norwich 2 April 1586, Bencher of the Inner Temple 16 May 
1590, Recorder of London 14 October 1591, Solicitor-General 
II June 1592 ; M.P. for Aldborough 6 November 1588, and 
for CO. Norfolk and Speaker 14 February 159I, Attorney- 
General 24 March 159!; knighted at Greenwich 22 May 
1603; Serjeant-at-Law and Chief Justice of the Common 
Pleas 30 June 1606, promoted to the King's Bench 25 
October 16 13, Privy Councillor 4 November following. High 
Steward of Cambridge University 23 June 1614 ; removed 
from the office of Chief Justice 15 November 1616 ; M.P. 
for Liskeard 15 December 1620, for Coventry 27 January 
i62f, for CO. Norfolk May 1625 to January i62f, and for 
CO. Buckingham 23 February 162^; imprisoned in the Tower 
December 1621 to August 1622; author of "Reports," in 
thirteen parts, " Institutes of the Laws of England," in four 
parts (Part I. "Coke upon Littleton"), and other works; 
died at Stoke Poges, co. Buckingham, 3 September 1634, 
bur. at Tittleshall. M.I. Will dated 10 November 1623, 
proved 7 February 1635 (P.C.C. 8 Sadler). Inq. p. m. 
taken at Ipswich 21 January 163! (C. Vol. Jij, No. 28). 
{See ^'Dictionary of National Biography," Vol. it, page 22p.) 



=Lady Elizabeth 
Cecil, dau. of 
Thomas, ist Earl 
of Exeter, K.G., 
by Dorothy his 
wife, dau. and 
coheir of John, 
Lord Latimer ; 
marr. at Hatton 
House, London, 
6 November 

1598, marriage 
settlements dated 
15 October 1599. 
She marr. istly 
Sir William Hat- 
ton of Holdenby, 
co.Northampton, 
knight. 2nd wife. 



Sir Maurice Berkeley= 
of Stoke Gifford, co. 
Gloucester, knight ; 
knighted at Whitehall 
1 1 September 162 1 ; 
bur. at Stoke Gifford 
10 January 1654. 
Will dated 28 No- 
vember 1653, proved 
22 May 1655 (P.C.C. 
325 Jylo/t). He 
marr. istly Mary, dau. 
of Sir George Tipping 
of Wheatfield, co. 
Oxford. /\\ 



=Elizabeth, mar- 
riage settlements 
dated 7 Decem- 
ber 1622 ; bur. at 
Stoke Poges 1 1 
November 1623. 
2nd wife. 



Sir John Villiers, Viscount Purbeck= 
(elder brother of George, Duke of 
Buckingham) ; Groom of the Bed- 
chamber and Master of the Robes to 
the Prince of Wales 161 6; knighted 
30 June 16 16, created Baron Stoke 
and Viscount Purbeck 19 July 1619 ; 
died at Charlton, co. Kent, 18 Feb- 
ruary 165!^. Will dated 29 August 
1655, proved 28 April 1658 (P.C.C. 
129 IVootton). He marr. 2ndly 
Elizabeth, dau. of Sir William 
Slingsby of Kippax, co. York. {See 
'■'Dictionary of National Biography," 
Vol. 58, page 3SI.) 



=Frances, marr. at 
Hampton Court, 
CO. Middlesex, 29 
September 161 7, 
marriage licence 
(Bishop of Lon- 
don) dated 14 
August 161 7, then 
aged 16 ; bur. at 
St. Mary's, Oxford, 
4 June 1645. Ad- 
ministration was 
granted 1 7 Jan- 
uary i64|(P.C.C.) 
1st wife. 



Edward Coke, born at 
Huntingfield 27 No- 
vember, bapt. there 5 
December 1 583 ; admit- 
ted to Trinity College, 
Cambridge, 1 6 Sep- 
tember 1596; admitted 
to the Inner Temple 
in November 1599. 



Ralph Sadler of Standon, co. Hert-= 
ford, esquire (son and heir of Sir 
Thomas Sadler of Standon, knight, 
and grandson of Sir Ralph Sadler, 
Chancellor of the Duchy of 
Lancaster) ; succeeded his father at 
Standon 6 January 160^ ; Sheriff of 
CO. Hertford 1609; died 12 Feb- 
ruary 166^, bur. at Standon. M.I. 
Administration granted iS February 
166? (P.C.C.) 

108 



=Anne, born at Hun- 
tingfield I March, 
bapt. there 7 March 
1584 ; married 13 
September 1601 ; 
administratrix to her 
husband 18 Feb- 
ruary i66y ; died 
at Standon. M.I. 



Elizabeth Coke, 
born and died 
at Huntingfield 
in October, bur. 
there 9 No- 
vember 15S6. 



Sir Robert Coke of Hunting-= 
field, CO. Suffolk, knight ; 
born at Huntingtield 27 Sep- 
tember, bapt. there 4 October 
1587 ; knighted at Whitehall 
20 December 1607 ; Sheriff 
for CO. Suffolk 1652 ; died 
19 July 1653, bur. at Epsom, 
CO. Surrey. M.I. Will dated 
7 December 1652, proved 2 
August 1653 (P.C.C. 294 

B/fHt.) 



=Theophila Berkeley, only 
dau. of Sir Thomas 
Berkeley, K.B. (eldest son 
of Henry, 7th Lord de 
Berkeley), by Elizabeth 
his wife, heir of George, 
2nd Lord Hunsdon ; 
marr. at Berkeley, co. 
Gloucester, 12 August 
1 61 3, marriage settle- 
ments dated 20 June ; 
died, aged 47, 22 April 
1643, bur. at Epsom. 
M.I. 



Arthur Coke, born= 
at Huntingfield 
22 August, bapt. 
there 27 August 
i58cS ; died at 
Bury St. Edmunds, 
CO. Suffolk, 6 De- 
cember 1629, bur. 
at Bram field, co. 
Suffolk. M.L 



=Elizabeth Waldegrave, 
dau. and heir of Sir 
(Jeorge Waldegrave of 
Hitcham, co. Suffolk, 
knight, by Mary his 
wife, dau. and coheir 
of John Moore of 
Ipswich, CO. Suffolk, 
esquire ; marriage 
settlements dated 29 
January 160 J; died 
14 November 1627, 
bur. at Bramfield. 
M.I. 



Bridget Coke, born 
at Hitcham 15 May 
1609 ; bur. at Thor- 
ington, CO. Suffolk, 
I April 1622. 



Edward Coke, born in 
161 1 ; died in 1612, 
bur. in the North aisle 
of Hitcham Church 
{Add. A/SS. 3323). 



Henry Byng of Hitcham,= 
esquire ; admitted to 
Gray's Inn i November 
1632 ; living in 1655. 



=Elizabeth, bapt. at 
Thorington 7 July 161 3; 
marriage licence (Bishop 
of London) dated 8 
December 1635. 



A 



Robert Naunton of Letheringham, co. Suffolk, esquire ; born 25 March,= 
bapt. at Letheringham 13 April 1613; defended Carlisle for the King 
with Sir Thomas Glemham 1644-45; died 27 January, bur. at 
Letheringham 30 January 166J. M.I. He marr. 2ndly Jane, dau. of 
Robert Spencer of Rendlesham, co. Suffolk ; and 3rdly Barbara, dau. 
of 'I'almach Castle. /^ 



=Mary, bapt. at Thorington 
9 November 1615; bur. at 
Letheringham 12 January 
1 64 J. I St wife. 



Winifred Coke, 
bapt. at Thoring- 
ton 2 1 February 
162I ; living in 
1634- 



Robert Coke of Nonsuch, co. Surrey, esquire=f=Theophila, executrix to her 



(son of Clement Coke, see page 112); executor 
to will of his cousin, John Coke, 9 November 
1671; died at Nonsuch, aged 58, 23 June 
1 68 1, bur. in Epsom Church, co. Surrey. M.I. 
Will dated 25 May 1681, proved 21 November 
1 68 1 (P.C.C. 160 North). /k 



husband's will 2 1 November 
1 68 1. Will dated i6 March 
169!, proved 4 June 1700 
(P.C.C. 126 Noel). 



lyFor issue see page 114.) 



Edward Coke, bapt. at= 
Holkham 19 December 
1613; aged 24 in 1638; 
living 12 June 1655 ; died 
at St. Dunstan's-in-the- 
West, London, bur. at 
Holkham. Administration 
granted 27 January 165I 
(P.C.C.) 1_ 



^Elizabeth Berkeley, dau. of George, Lord 
Berkeley, K.B., by Elizabeth his wife, dau. 
and coheir of Sir Michael Stanhope of 
Sudbury, co. Suffolk, knight ; administratrix to 
her husband 27 January 165I; died 9 No- 
vember 1 66 1, bur. at Heigham, co. Norfolk. 
Administration granted 27 November 1661, to 
George, Lord Berkeley, brother (P.C.C.) 



Robert Coke, bur. at 
Holkham 11 July 1649. 



I 
Robert Coke, bapt. 
at Holkham 4 June 
1616 ; admitted to 
the Inner Temple in 
November 1636; bur. 
in the Temple Church 
2 January 164J. 



loy 



John Coke of Holkliam, co. Norfolk, esquire ,-=j=Merriel Wheatley, dau. and heir of Anthony 



bom at Huntingfield, co. Suffolk, 9 May, bapt. 
there 14 May 1590; admitted to the Inner 
Temple in November 1609 ; Sheriff for co. Nor- 
folk 1644; died 4 October 1661. ^^'ill dated 21 
June 1661, with codicil dated 10 August 1661, 
proved 10 December 1661 (P.C.C. 195 May). 



Wheatley of Holkham, esquire, by Anne his 
wife, dau. of William Armiger of North 
Creake, co. Norfolk, esquire ; marr. in August 
1612; died 4 July, bur. at Holkham 15 July 
1636. M.I. 



Edmund Doyley=f=Bridget, bapt. at=Sir Isaac Astley of Melton Constable, 



of Shotesham, co. 
Norfolk, esquire ; 
marr. at Holkham 
26 May 1634, mar- 
riage settlements 
dated 6 May. ist 
husband. 



Holkham 14 May 
1618 ; died in 
October 1700, bur. 
at Holkham. 



A 



CO. Norfolk, baronet; marr. at Holk- 
ham 25 January i64y; knighted at 
Whitehall 21 January 164J, created 
a baronet the same day ; Sheriff for 
CO. Warwick 1641-42, and for co. 
Norfolk, 1645-46; died 7 September 
1659, bur. at Melton Constable. 
M.I. He marr. istly Rachel, dau. of 
Augustine Messenger of Hackford, 
CO. Norfolk. 2nd husband. 



Anne Coke, bapt. 
at Holkham 18 
April 1620 ; bur. 
there 4 February 
164I. 

Muriela, bapt. at 
Holkham i June 
1621. 



Theophila, bapt. at 
Holkham 8 October 
1622 ; marr. there 
2 December 1651, 
Charles Legard of 
Anlaby, co. York, 
esquire. =j= 



Sir W'illiani Cobb of Beverley, co.=j=Winifred, bapt. at Minola Coke, 



York, knight (son and heir of Sir 
Francis Cobb of Ottringham, co. York, 
knight); of St. John's College, Cam- 
bridge, admitted 23 October 1646, 
aged 18; admitted to Gray's Inn 26 
October 1648; knighted 18 January 
i66y; bur. at St. Mary's, Beverley, 
15 December 1695. /K 



Holkham 5 No- 
vember 1624; 
marr. there 2 
December 1651, 
marriage settle- 
ments dated 20 
November. 



bur. at Holk- 
ham 27 August 
1627. 



Alexander Rokeby of= 
Welton, CO. York, esquire 
(2nd son and heir apparent 
of Sir \\'illiam Rokeby 
of Skyres, co. York, 
baronet) ; of St. John's 
College, Cambridge, ad- 
mitted Fellow Commoner 
II June 1649; executor 
to his father-in-law's will 
10 December 1661 ; died, 
aged 37, in 1667, bur. at 
Welton. M.I. 



=Margaret, bapt. 
at Holkham i 
June 1627 ; 
marr. there 25 
April 1653, 

marriage settle- 
ments dated 16 
April. 



Sir Nicholas Le Strange of= 
Hunstanton, co. Norfolk, 
baronet ; bapt. at Hunstan- 
ton 17 October 1632; 
succeeded his brother as 3rd 
baronet 15 February 165I; 
died 13 December, bur. at 
Hunstanton 15 December 
1669. M.I. Administra- 
tion granted 17 June 1670 
(P.C.C.) He marr. 2ndly 
Elizabeth, dau. of Sir 
Justinian Isham, baronet. 



A\ 



=Mary, bapt. at Holk- 
ham 1 7 February 
162I; marr. there 
I April 1656, mar- 
riage settlements 
dated 22 April 
1657 ; died, aged 
32, 10 December 
1 66 1, bur. at Hun- 
stanton. M.I. Ad- 
ministration granted 
in June 1662 
(P.C.C.) ist wife. 



A 



Henry Coke of Thorington, co. Suffolk, esquire; born 27=^Margaret Lovelace, dau. and heir 



August, bapt. at Huntingfield, co. Suffolk, 31 August 
1591 ; admitted to the Inner Temple in November 1609; 
M.P. for Wycombe February i62f, April 1625 and 
January 162^, and for Dunwich 23 March i6jjj and 23 
October 1640; bur. at Thorington 19 November 1661. 
Administration granted 31 December 1661 (F.C.C.) 



of Richard Lovelace of Kingsdown, 
CO. Kent, by Jane his wife ; marriage 
licence (Bishop of London) dated 27 
August 1619, marriage settlements 
dated 23 June 1620; living 3 August 
1647. 



Edward Coke, Richard Coke of Thorington, = 

born at Stoke esquire ; born i September, bapt. 

Poges, CO. at Stoke Poges 8 September 1622; 

Buckingham, 3 ALP. for Dunwich 25 April 1661 ; 

Augu.st, bapt. entered his pedigree in the Visita- 

there 17 Au- tion of Suffolk 1664; (?) bur. at 

gust i62o;died St. Peter Hungate, Norwich, co. 

young. Norfolk, 11 November 1669. 



=Mary Rous, dau. of Sir John Rous of 
Henham Hall, co. Suffolk, knight, 
l)y Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Sir 
Christopher Yelverton, Justice of the 
King's Bench ; marriage settlements 
dated 17 June 1647, marriage licence 
(Faculty Office) dated 26 June, then 
aged 28. 



Robert Coke of Thorington,= 
and afterwards of Holkham, 
CO. Norfolk, esquire ; aged 
14 in 1664; M.P. for King's 
Lynn 21 April 1675; died, 
aged 28, 16 January 167I, 
bur. at Tittleshall, co. Nor- 
folk. M.L Administration 
granted 10 March 16^^ 
(Court of Delegates). 



=Lady Anne Osborne, dau. of Thomas, ist Duke of 
Leeds, Lord High Treasurer of England, by Bridget 
his wife, dau. of Montague, Earl of Lindsey, Lord 
Great Chamberlain of England ; marriage licence 
(Faculty Office) dated 25 November 1674, marriage 
settlements dated 27 November; died, aged 64, 
5 August, bur. in Westminster Abbey 16 August 
1722. Will dated 19 August 1721, proved 5 August 
1722 (P.C.C. 166 Marlboro'). She marr. 2ndly 
Horatio Walpole of Houghton, co. Norfolk, esquire. 



Elizabeth, 
died in 
infancy. 



Edward Coke of Holkham,= 
esquire; aged 3, 21 April 
1679; of Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 2 1 
August 1 69 1, aged 13, 
created D.C.L. 9 Novem- 
ber 1695; died 13 April 
1707, bur. at Tittleshall. 
Will dated 7 November 
1706, proved 14 May 1707 
(P.C.C. 104 Poky). 



=Carey Newton, dau. of Sir John Newton of Barrs 
Court, CO. Gloucester, 3rd baronet, by Abigail his 
ist wife, only child of William Heveningham of 
Heveningham, co. Suffolk, esquire ; born at Pall 
Mall, ^Vestminster, 9 June 16S0 ; marr. 4 June 
1696, marriage settlements dated 20 May 1696; 
executrix to her husband's will 14 May 1707 ; died 
at Earl's Court, co. Middlesex, 4 August 1707, bur. 
at Tittleshall. Will dated 4 July 1707, proved 12 
August 1707, by Sir John Newton, baronet, father 
(P.C.C. 170 Poky). 



Elizabeth, died 
in infancy, bur. 
at Tittleshall. 
M.L 



Martha Coke, 
bapt. at Holk- 
ham 1 7 Feb- 
ruary 162s, bur. 
there 16 March 
following. 



I 
Jeffery Cobb of Caistor, co.=j=Elizabeth, marr. at Holkham 



Norfolk, merchant ; died, 
aged 44, bur. at Caistor 
2 November 1657. M.L 
^Vill dated 31 October 
1657, proved 5 November 
1657 (P.C.C. 409 Jill/ken). 



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April 1653 ; executrix to 
her husband's will 5 November 
1657. Will dated 8 Septem- 
ber 1682, with codicil dated 
25 March 1683, proved at 
Norwich in 1 683 (Arch : of 
Norwich). 



Anthony Coke, 
bapt. at Holk- 
ham 16 June 
1631. 



Ill 



Clement Coke of Longford, co. Derby ; born at= 
Huntingfield, co. Suffolk, 19 September, bapt. 
there 22 September 1594; admitted to the Inner 
Temple in November 1609; M.P. for Clitheroe 
5 April 1614, for Dunwich 18 December 1620, and 
for Aylesbury January i62|^ and February 162^^; 
bur. in the Temple Church 23 March i6||. M.I. 



=Sarah Reddish, dau. and coheir of Alex- 
ander Reddish of Reddish, co. Lancaster, 
by Catherine his wife, dau. and heir of 
Humphrey Dethick ; marriage settle- 
ments dated 23 December 1622 ; died 
23 January i62f. Inq. p. m. taken at 
Chorley 21 September 1630 {Due. Lane. 
Vol. 26, No. jj). 



Roger Coke of Thorington, co. Suffolk; born 31 January, bapt. at Stoke Poges,=j=Frances. 
CO. Buckingham, 9 February 162!^; administrator to his father 31 December 1661, 
and his nephew, Robert Coke, 10 March i6-^-§; executor to will of his brother, 
Cyriac Coke, 9 August 1679; living in 1694. (See '■'Dictionary of National 
Biography" Vol. 11, page 246.) 



Mary, bapt. at Mileham, co. 
Norfolk, 6 February 1649. 



Sir Thomas Coke, Earl of Leicester, K.B. ; born 17 June= 
1697; M.P. for CO. Norfolk 11 April 1722 to 1728; K.B. 
27 May 1725, created Baron Lovel of Minster Lovel 28 
May 1728, and Viscount Coke of Holkham and Earl of 
Leicester 9 May 1744; Postmaster-General; F.R.S. ; died 
at Holkham, co. Norfolk, aged 61, 20 April 1759, bur. at 
Tittleshall, CO. Norfolk. M.I. {see "Fragmenta Genealogica," 
Vol. VII., page 41). Will dated 25 May 1756, with 
codicil dated 20 May 1757, proved 2 June 1759 (P.C.C. 
218 Arran). 





=Lady Margaret Tufton, dau. and 
coheir of Thomas, 6th Earl of 
Thanet, by Catharine his wife, 
dau. and coheir of Henry, Duke 
of Newcastle; born 16 June 
1700; marr. 3 July 17 18, mar- 
riage settlements dated 2 July ; 
became Baroness de Clifford, the 
abeyance being terminated in her 
favour, 3 August 1734; died at 
Holkham 28 February 1775, bur. 
at Tittleshall. M.I. Will dated 
15 September 1766, with codicil 
dated 20 July 1773, proved 
31 March 1775 (P.C.C. 107 
Alexander). 



Edward, Viscount Coke ; born 2 February= 
171I; of Christ Church, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 12 June 173s; M.P. for co. Norfolk 
13 May 1 741, and for Harwich 2 July 1747; 
died at Greenwich, co. Kent, aged 34, 
30 August, bur. at Charlton, co. Kent, 
7 September 1753. M.I. at Tittleshall. 



=Lady Mary Campbell, youngest Other issue 
dau. and coheir of John, 2nd Duke died young, 
of Argyll, by Jane his 2nd wife, 
dau. of Thomas Warburton of 
Winnington, co. Chester, esquire; born 6 February 
172^; marr. i April 1747; died at Morton House, 
Chiswick, CO. Middlesex, 30 September, bur. in 
Westminster Abbey 11 October 181 1. 



Thomas Coke, bapt. 
at Holkham 19 June 
1634 ; bur. there 20 
January 163I. 



John Coke of Holkham, esquire; bapt. at Holkham 8 September 1635 ; 
admitted to the Inner Temple in November 1652 ; admitted to the 
manor of Mileham, co. Norfolk, 4 October 1661, as heir to his father, 
deceased; M.P. for King's Lynn 18 March i6f^; died, aged 35, 
I August, bur. at Holkham 12 August 1671. M.I. Will dated 28 July 
167 1, proved 9 November 1671 (P.C.C. 128 Duke). 



William lieiney,= 
marr. at Staiidon, 
CO. Hertford, 6 
January 16 1^', 
marriage licence 
(Bishop of Lon- 
don) dated 4 
January. ist 

iiusliand. 



=Bridget, born at= 
O-Sterley, in Heston, 
CO. Middlesex, 27 
December 1596, 
ba[)t. there 4 Jan- 
uary 159". Will 
dated 26 Seirtem- 
bcr 1648, proved 
18 June 1653, by 
("yriac Skinner, son 
(r.C.C. 90 Brent). 



=^\'iIliam Skinner of Thornton Curti.s, Thomas Coke, 
CO. Lincoln, esquire, .son and heir of liorn at Uj)ton, 
Sir Vincent Skinner of Thornton in West Ham, 
Curtis, knight, by I'^lizabeth his 2nd co. Essex, 10 
wife, dau. of Thomas Fowke {see January 159 J; 
page 25); of Lincoln's Inn, admitted died the same 

6 November 1613; died, aged 32, day. 

7 .\ugust, bur. at Thornton Curtis 8 
August 1627. Will dated 3 .'\ugust 
1627, proved at Linc:oln i February 
I 62 J'. 2nd husband. 



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Sir Edward Coke of Longford, co.= 
])erby, baronet; born 17 February 
i6ii; admitted to the Inner Temple 
in November 1636; created a baronet 
30 December 1641 ; Sheriff for co. 
Derby 1646; bur. at Longford. M.I. 
Will dated 18 January T66f, with 
codicil dated 9 March i66|-, proved 
17 November 1669 (P.C.C. 137 Coke). 



=Katharine Dyer, dau. of Sir \\'illiam Dyer of Great 
Staughton, co. Huntingdon, kiiiglu, by Katharine his 
wife, dau. and coheir of John Doyley of Merton, co. 
0.\ford ; bapt. at Great Staughton 20 July 1619; marr. 
at Cohnworth, CO. Bedford, 13 January 164!; executrix 
to her husband's will 17 November 1669 ; died 8 
December, bur. at Longford 13 December 1688. 
M.I. Will dated i December 1688, proved 4 July 
16S9 (P.C.C. 92 Ent). 



Edward Coke. Cornelius Clarke of Norton, co. Derby, esquire ,'=Catherine, marr. after 
{M.I. at Long- Sheriff for co. Derby 1670; died, aged 64, bur. in 18 January 166^ ; living 
ford.) the Blythe Chapel, Norton, 25 June 1696. i December 1688. 



Cyriac Coke of Harleston, co. Norfolk, gent ; born=pKatherine Gooding, dau. and heir of John 



19 May, bapt. at Stoke Poges, co. Buckingham, 
I June 1625; marr. before 3 August 1647; bur. 
at Thorington, co. Suffolk, 2 August 1679. Will 
dated 17 February 167-, proved 9 August 1679 
(P.C.C. 106 King). 



Henry Coke, 
aged 16 in 
1664. 



Gooding of Wherstead, co. Suffolk, gent, 
by Elizabeth his wife, dau. and heir of 
Christopher Wright ; living 1 7 February 
1675. She marr. istly .... .Smyth. 



John Coke, born 
15 January, bapt. 
at Wherstead 28 
January 1655. 



Cyriac Coke, Roger Coke, born 26 
only surviving October, bapt. at Wher- 
son 17 Feb- stead 27 October 1653 ; 
ruary 167I. died 17 June 1654, 

bur. at Wherstead. 



I . 
Katharine Coke, 
not 21, 17 Feb- 
ruary 167I. 



Sir Marmaduke Wyvil of Burton Constable, co. York, baronet ;==Cary, bapt. at St. James', 
born in 1692; succeeded his father as 6th baronet 2 November Westminster, 5 May 1698; 
1722; Postmaster-General of Ireland 1736-54; died 27 December marr. in 1716; died 11 
1753. Will dated 27 June 1736. Administration granted 15 June 1734. 
February 1754, to Margaret Purcell, sister (P.C.C. 64 Pinfold). 



Robert Coke of Nonsuch, co. Surrey, esquire ;=j=Theophila Coke, dau. of Arthur 



executor to will of his cousin, John Coke, 9 November 
167 1 ; died at Nonsuch, aged 58, 23 June 1681, bur. in 
Epsom Church, co. Surrey. M.I. Will dated 25 May 
1681, proved 21 November 1681 (P.C.C. 160 North). 



Coke (see page log) ; executrix to her 
husband's will 21 November 1681. 
Will dated 16 March 169!, proved 
4 June 1700 (P.C.C. 126 Noel). 



Clement Coke, admitted King's 
Scholar to Westminster School in 
1673; died there, aged 17, 8 August, 
bur. in the cloisters of Westminster 
Abbey 20 August 1674. M.I. 



Theophiia Coke of Hitcham, co. Suffolk ; Robert Coke, 
mentioned in will of Dame Katherine living 25 May 
Coke 1 December 1688. Will dated 1681. 
26 October 1698, proved 28 June 1700 
(P.C.C. 127 Noel). 



Sir Robert Coke of Longford, co. Derby, baronet ;=Sarah Barker, dau. and coheir of Thomas 



bapt. at Longford 29 April 1645; Sheriff for co. 
Derby 167 1 ; M.P. for co. Derby 26 March 1685 ; 
bur. at Longford 15 January i68|^. Will dated 23 
April 1687, proved 4 July 1689 (P.C.C. 94 Ent). 



Barker of Albrightlee, co. Salop, by 
Margaret his wife, dau. of Edward Owen 
of Albrightlee ; marriage settlements dated 
2 September 1 663 ; bur. at Longford 1 3 
February i68|. 



Anthony Freston of Mendham, co.=T=Bridget, bapt. at Thorington, co. Suffolk, 3 October 



Norfolk, esquire; died 8 November 1696. 
Will dated 7 February 169I. Adminis- 
tration granted 12 March 169^, to Edward 
Freston, son (Norwich Consistory Court). 



1626 ; renounced administration of her husband's will 
12 March 169 J. Will dated 28 January 170J, proved 
29 August 1704, by Elizabeth Freston and Theophiia 
Rant, daughters (Norwich Consistory Court). 



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Lieut.-Colonel Philip Roberts of Husborn Crawley, co. Bedford (son of= 
Gabriel Roberts of Ampthill, co. Bedford, esquire, by Mary his wife, 
dau. of Sir Francis Wenman of Caswell, co. Oxford, baronet) ; Exempt 
and Captain 3rd Life Guards 17 July 17 14, Guidon and Major 2nd Life 
Guards 1716, Cornet and Major 13 October 1727, Major ist Life 
Guards in April 1734, 2nd Lieut.-Colonel in April 1741; bur. at 
Hillesdon, co. Buckingham. Will dated 3 December 1778, proved 
8 June 1779 (P.C.C. 268 Warburton). 



=Anne, bapt. at St. 
James', Westmmster, 
22 April 1699 ; marr. 
in December 1715 ; 
died, aged 58, 19 
February 1758, bur. 
at Hillesdon. M.I. 



Mary Theobald,= 
died, aged 27, 
I January, bur. 
at Buriton, co. 
Hants, 17 Jan- 
uary 1744. 1st 
wife. 



=Wenman Coke of Longford, co. Derby, and of= 
Holkham, co. Norfolk, esquire; Page of Honour 
to the King October 1734, Gentleman Usher to 
the Prince of Wales April 1738; M.P. for 
Harwich 21 November 1753 to 1761, for Oak- 
ham pton 1 761, for Derby January 1772, and for 
CO. Norfolk October 1774; assumed by Act of 
Parliament in 1755, the surname of Coke instead 
of that of Roberts on succeeding to the estates of 
his uncle, Robert Coke of Longford, succeeded 
to Holkham 28 February 1775; died, aged 60, 
II April 1776, bur. at Tittleshall, co. Norfolk. 
M.I. Will dated 21 March 1776, proved 18 
April 1776 (P.C.C. 169 Bellas). 



Edward Coke, bapt. 
8 July 1743, bur. 
there the next day. 



=Elizabeth Chamberlayne, 
dau. of George Chamber- 
layne (afterwards Denton) 
of Hillesdon ; marr. at 
Hillesdon 21 November 
1750; executrix to her 
husband's will 18 April 
1776; died at Mortlake, 
CO. Surrey, aged 78, 14 
December, bur. at Tittle- 
shall 23 December 1810. 
Administration granted 15 
January 1811, to Thomas 
William Coke, son (P.C.C. 
Crickitt). 2nd wife. 



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(For issue see '■''Visitation 0/ Eui^land and Wales," 
Vol. VIII., page i}j.) 



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Bridge*^ Coke, John lUiUock of Norton, co. Derby, esquire, son and= 

mentioned in heir of John Bullock of Norton, esquire, by Katharine 

the Inquisition his wife, dau. of Thomas Fanshawe of Ware, co. 

of 21 Septem- Hertford, esquire (see VoL 6, page IJl); bapt. at 

ber 1630; bur. Norton 7 June 1610; died 18 October, bur. in Norton 

in the 'I'emple Church 22 October 1647. Administration granted 14 

Church 17 No- November 1647, to Thomas HuUock, brother (I'.C.C.) 
vember 1635. 



=Agnes Coke, men- 
tioned in the 
Incjuisition of 21 
September 1630; 
marr. at Holkham, 
CO. Norfolk, 29 
December 1637. 



Richard Coke, born in 1646; 
died young. (A/./, at Longford.) 



Anne Coke, born in 1647; living 18 January i66j; 
died before i December 1688, bur. at Longford, 
CO. Derby. 



Jane Coke, born 4 April, bapt. at 
Thorington, co. Suffolk, 28 April 1628; 
bur. there 30 March 1643. 



Robert Coke, bapt. at Thorington 24 August 
1629 ; died 20 December, bur. at Thorington 
21 December 1630. M.I. 



Edward Coke of 
Longford ; died, 
aged 32, 12 
August 1733, 
bur. at Longford. 
M.I. {see ''Frag- 
nienta Genea- 
logica," VoL VII., 
page 43). Will 
dated 1 1 Decem- 
ber 1732, proved 
13 November 
1733 (P.C.C. 92 
Price). 



Robert Coke of= 
Longford, co. Derby, 
Vice-Chamberlain to 
Queen Caroline ; 
mentioned in will 
(if his grandmother. 
Lady Anne Walpole, 
1 9 August 1721 ; 
died 26 March 1 750. 
AVill dated 20 Au- 
gust 1733, proved 
14 May 1 750 (P.C.C. 
142 Greenly). 



=Lady Jane Wharton, dau. of 
Thomas, ist Marquis of Wharton, 
by Lucy his wife, dau. of Adam, 
Lord Lisburne ; born in 1 706 ; 
marr. at Hillingdon, co. Middlesex, 
13 June 1733; e.xecutri.N to her 
husband's will 14 May 1750; died 
at Bath, co. Somerset, aged 54, 
4 January, bur. at Sunbury, co. 
Middlesex, 15 January 1761. M.I. 
Will dated 22 December 1757, 
proved 19 January 1761 (P.C.C. 
8 Cheslyn). She marr. istly John 
Holt of Redgrave, co. Suffolk. 



Mary Coke, bur. 
in Lord Huns- 
don's vault in 
Westminster Ab- 
bey 30 March 
1703- 



Philip Roberts,= 
born before i 
December 1 725; 
mentioned in 
will of his uncle, 
Thomas, Earl 
of Leicester, 25 
May 1756; died 
before 3 Decem- 
ber 1778. 



=Elizabeth Bigg, dau. 
of Boleyn Bigg of 
Clonmel, co. Tip- 
perary, esquire. W ill 
dated 18 August 

1 800, proved in 
Dublin 7 December 

1 80 1, by Richard 
Roberts, son (Prerog. 
Court of Ireland). 



William Roberts, 
living 3 August 
1779. 



Rev. Edward Roberts,^ 
(?) of Queen's College, 
Oxford, matriculated 6 
April 1 753, aged 18, 
B.A. 1756; mentioned 
in will of his uncle, Tho- 
mas, Earl of Leicester, 
25 May 1756 ; bur. at 
Hillesdon, co. Bucking- 
ham, 17 March 1 765. 



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Thomas Charles Roberts, mentioned 
in will of his uncle, Thomas, Earl of 
Leicester, 25 May 1756; (?) of Queen's 
College, Oxford, matriculated 6 April 
1753. aged 16, B.A. 1756; died before 
28 February 1775. 



Anne Roberts of St. Marylebone, co. Middlesex ; 
mentioned in will of Lady Anne Waljiole 19 August 
1721 ; executrix to her father's will 8 June 1779; 
died, aged 64, 11 May 1783, bur. at Hillesdon. 
Will dated 3 August 1779, proved 16 May 1783 
(P.C.C. 257 CormiHillis). 



IIS 



Sir Edward Coke of Longford, baronet ; bapt. at Longford Clement Coke, 
6 October 1648 ; of Lincoln College, Oxford, matriculated died young. 
13 July 1666, aged 17; of the Middle Temple, admitted {M.I. at Loiig- 
17 November 1670, called to the Bar 29 June 1677; ford.) 
executor to his mother's will 4 July 1689 ; died, aged 79, 
20 September 1727, bur. at Longford. M.L (see " Frag- 
menta Genealogical' Vol. VII., page 4j). Will dated 
I December 1725, proved 19 December 1727 (P.C.C. 
288 Farrant). 



Theophila Coke, 
mentioned in her 
father's will 18 
January 1 66 j ; 
died before i 
December 1688. 



Thomas Coke, bapt. at 
Thorington, co. Suffolk, 
27 October 1630; died 
18 April, bur. at Thoring- 
ton 19 April 1 63 1. M.L 



] 
Theophila Coke of St. Andrew's, Holborn, 
London ; bapt. at Thorington 14 April 1632 ; 
administratrix to her father 31 December 
1 66 1. \Vill dated 14 and 16 December 1663, 
proved 19 January i66f (P.C.C. 3 Bruce). 



Robert Coke, bapt. 
at Thorington 27 
November 1634; 
bur. there 28 De- 
cember 1 66 1. 



Marriage Settlements between Thomas Coke and 
Lady Margaret Tnfton, iyi8. 

Indenture made 2 July 17 18, between (i) Thomas, Earl of Thanet, (2) Thomas Coke of 
Holkham, co. Norfolk, esquire, (3) Michael Newton, esquire, son and heir apparent of 
Sir John Newton of Barrescourt, co. Gloucester, baronet, and the Rev. John Grandorge, D.D., 
Prebendary of Canterbury. 

In consideration of the intended marriage of his daughter, the Lady Margaret Tufton, 
with the said Thomas Coke, Thomas, Earl of Thanet, grants unto Michael Newton and 
John Grandorge a Messuage and leaseholds in Leonard Street. Bloomsbury, co. Middlesex, 
leased by him of Rachel, Lady Russell, in trust for the use of the said Thomas Coke and 
Margaret Tufton and their issue. 

Signature and seals of Thanet, Tho : Coke, Michael Newton and John Grandorge. 

Witnesses : Rob' Harper, Hu™ Smith, Chr. Worger. 

Endorsed : " Settleinent of Thanet House in Great Russell Street." 




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From the original Deed in my possession. — F. A. C. 



ii6 




Pedigree of Pack. 



Thomas Pack of Hallynakill,= 
Queen's County; died in 1758. 



Reynell-Pack. 

[Vol. 8, p. 165.] 



Kelly. 



Very Rev. Thonias= 
Pack, Dean of O.ssory 
1 1 October 1 784 ; died, 
aged 75, 26 May 1795, 
bur. in St. (Janice 
Cathedral, Kilkenny. 
M.I. Will dated 18 
June 1 791, proved 20 
June 1795 (I'rerog. 
Court of Ireland). 



Catharine Sullivan, dau. 
and heir of Denis 
Sullivan of Berehaven, 
CO. Cork ; marriage 
licence (DuJDlin) dated 
1766; executrix to her 
husbands will 20 June 
1795; died, aged 67, 
10 April 1 80 1, bur. in 
St. Canice Cathedral. 
M.I. 



Samuel Pack of 
Dublin ; marr. 
Jane Caldwell, 
dau. and coheir 
of Thomas 

Caldwell. 



I 



Rev. Richard Pack, Principal' 
of Kilkenny College, LL.D. ; 
died in March 1781, bur. at 
B.illynakill, Queen's County. 
Will dated 20 January 
1779, proved 23 March 1781 
(Prerog. Court of Ireland). 



=Mary Percy, dau. of Anthony Percy 
of Ballinteiiiple, King's County; 
executrix to her husband's will 23 
March 1781 ; bur. at Ballynakill. 
Will dated 5 October 1793, with 
codicil dated 17 October 1793, 
proved 16 January 1794, by the 
Rev. Anthony Pack, son and sole 
executor (Prerog. ('ourt of Ireland). 



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Thomas Pack, died, aged 
17, 13 December 1786, bur. 
in St. Canice Cathedral, 
Kilkenny. M.I. 



Catherine Anne Pack, died, aged 72, 20 April 
1844, bur. in Kcnsal Green Cemetery, co. 
Middlesex. M.I. in St. Canice Cathedral. 



Anne Pack, died, aged 21, 
6 August 1795, bur. in 
.St. Canice Cathedral. M.I. 



Major-General Sir Denis Pack, K.CB- ; born 7 October 1775; entered= 
the army as Cornet 14th Light Dragoons 30 November 1791, served in 
Flanders 1794; Lieutenant 1795, took part in the Quiberon expedition; 
Captain 5th Dragoon Guards 1796, served vvith distinction in Ireland 
1798; Major 4th Dragoon Guards 1798; Lieut.-Colonel 71st Highlanders 
1800, served at the recapture of the Cape of Good Hope 1806 (wounded), 
and in South America 1806-1807 (taken prisoner and wounded); com- 
manded his regiment in Portugal 1808, at the battles of Vimiera 21 
August, and Corunna 16 January 1809, and joined the Walcheren 
expedition 1809; Colonel and Aide-de-Camp to the King 25 July 1810; 
commanded a Portuguese Brigade at Busaco 27 September 18 10, capture 
of Almeida 11 May 181 1, and of Cuidad Rodrigo 19 January 1812, and 
at Salamanca 22 July 1812 ; Major-General 4 June 1813, present at the 
battle of Vittoria 21 June 1813; commanded a division at the Nive 10-13 
December 1813, Ortliez 27 February and Toulouse 10 April 1814 (eight 
times wounded in the Peninsula) ; commanded a brigade at Quatre Bras 
16 June and Waterloo 18 June 1815 (wounded); Colonel 84th Foot 
9 September 1822; K.CB 2 January 1815, Knight of the Tower and 
.Sword of Portugal, Maria Theresa of Austria, St. Vladimir of Russia ; 
Peninsula Gold Cross with seven clasps, Waterloo medal ; died at the 
residence of Lord Beresford, Wimpole Street, London, 24 July 1823, 
bur. at St. Canice Cathedral, Kilkenny. M.I. Will dated 5 August 1816, 
proved 30 September 1823, by Lady Elizabeth Louisa Pack, relict, the 
sole executrix (P.C.C. 537 Richards.) {See ^'■Dictionary of National 
Biography," Vol. XLIII., page 2J.) 



^Lady P21izabeth Louisa 
Beresford, youngest dau. of 
George, 1st Marquess of 
Waterford, by Elizabeth liis 
wife, only dau. and heir of 
Henry Monck of Charleville, 
CO. Cork, by Lady I.sabella 
his wife, 2nd dau. of Henry, 
ist Duke of Portland ; born 
at Curraghmore, co. Cork, 
2 February 1783; marr. at 
Little Marylebone Church, 
London, 10 July 1816; 
died at Avisford, co. Sussex, 
6 January, bur. at ^\'alber- 
ton, CO. Sussex, 14 January 
1856. Will dated 28 April 
1854, vvith codicil dated 
2 January 1856, proved 28 
January 1856 (P.C.C. 152, 
56). She marr. andly 



February 183 



Lieut. - 



General Sir Thomas Reynell 
of Avisford, baronet, K.CB. 



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{For issue see " Visition of England and Wales," 
Vol. I III., page i6s.) 



Collyer, 

[Vol. 9, p. 




Pedigree of Collyer. 



Daniel Collyer of St. Mary= 
Magdalen, Milk .Street, 
London, Citizen and Fish- 
monger of London (son of 
Nathaniel Collyer, Citizen 
of London) ; bur. at St. 
Lawrence Jewry, London, 
12 May 1717. Will dated 
8 March i7ii-, proved 21 
May 1717 (P.C.C. 93 
Whitfield). 



'Abigail, executrix 
to her husband's 
will 21 May 1717; 
living 16 January 
174I ; bur. at St. 
Lawrence Jewry, 
London, 20 Feb- 
ruary i74f. Ad- 
ministration was 
granted 3 March 
i74|(Commissary 
of London). 



William Noss of= 
St. Mary Magdalen, 
Milk Street, Lon- 
don ; bur. at St. 
Lawrence Jewry, 
London, 1 6 Sep- 
tember 1726. Ad- 
ministration was 
granted 4 October 
1726 (P.C.C.) 



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=Sarah, marr. before 
8 March 171^ ; bur. at 
St. Lawrence Jewry, 
London, 15 Novem- 
ber 1732. Will dated 
6 September 1728, 
proved 8 November 
1732, by Daniel 
Collyer, brother, and 
William Noss, son 
(P.C.C. 271 Bedford). 



James Collyer of St. Nicholas= 
Aeons, London, and after- 
wards of Woodford, co. Essex ; 
bur. at St. Edmund the King, 
Lombard Street, London, 18 
January 174°. Will dated 
5 January i74y, proved 27 
February i74y (P.C.C. 33 
Spurway). 



=Mary Ambrose, 
dau. of Leonard 
.Ambrose of St. 
Michael's, Corn- 
hill, London, by 
Isabel his wife ; 
bapt. at St. 
Michael's, Corn- 
hill, I May 1692 ; 
marr. there 14 
June 1 7 16. 



Samuel Alston, Rector of Gunthorpe, co. Norfolk, =f=Mary, executrix to her father's 



LL.D. ; of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, LL.B. 
1743, LL.D. 1748; Rector of Gunthorpe 1750. 
Administration granted 5 April 1758 (P.C.C.) 



will 27 February i74y; bur. at 
St. Nicholas Aeons, London, 13 
September 1743. 



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William Collyer of Cripplegate, London, Citizen and Barber 
Surgeon of London. Will dated 24 October 1723, proved 
13 January 172I (P.C.C. 4 Bolton). 



=Sarah, executrix to her husband's 
will 13 January i72f. Adminis- 
tration granted 13 June 1737 
(RC.C.) 



Charles Collyer of the Inner Temple, London, and of Dedham, co. Essex, = 
Barrister-at-Law ; admitted to the Inner Temple 23 January 1739, and to 
Gray's Inn 11 March 174^; administrator to his mother 13 June 1737 ; 
died s.p., bur. at Dedham. Will dated 12 March 1768, with codicil dated 
20 July 1768, proved 20 September 1770 (P.C.C. 324 Jenner). 



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Margaret, marr. at St.= 
Vedast's, Foster Lane, 
London, 15 July 17 16; 
bur. at St. Edmund the 
King, Lombard Street, 
London, 5 November 
1747. She marr. istly 
. . . Palmer, ist wife. 



=Daniel Collyer of St. Lawrence Jewry, = 
London, Citizen and Vintner of London, 
and afterwards of Wroxham, co. Norfolk, 
esquire ; administrator to his mother 
3 March 174^; Assistant of the South 
African Company 5 January 1 74^ ; Sheriff 
of London 1749 ; died, aged 78, 27 July 
1773, bur. at Wroxham. M.L \\'ill 
dated 19 April 1773, with codicil dated 
23 June 1773, proved 13 August 1773 
(P.C.C. 324 Steve>!s). 



=Ann Leeds, dau. of William 
Leeds of Flitcham Abbey, 
CO. Norfolk; marr. 5 July 
1749; executrix to her 
husband's will 13 August 
1773; died, aged 69, 23 
August 1791, bur. at 
Wroxham. M.L 2nd wife. 



Rev. Daniel Collyer of Wroxham Hall and of= 
Necton Lodge, both co. Norfolk; born in 1752; of 
Trinity College, Cambridge, admitted to Lincoln's 
Inn 18 January 1771, Fellow of Clare College, 
M.A. 1774; Vicar of Wroxham with Salehouse, co. 
Norfolk, 29 July 1 776-1801, and afterwards of 
Roydon with Southwold, co. Norfolk ; died at South- 
wold, aged 67, 5 December 181 9, bur. at Wroxham. 
M.L Will dated 29 December 1815, with codicil 
dated 27 January i8i5, proved 16 March 1820 
(P.C.C. 129 AV/if). 



Catherine Bedingfeld, dau. and coheir of 
John Bedingfeld of Caister, co. Norfolk, 
by Phoebe his 2nd wife, dau. of James 
Gibson of Norwich ; marr. at Aylsham, 
CO. Norfolk, 6 September 1774; died 
at Norwich, aged 96, 15 July 1852, 
bur. at Wroxham. M.L Will dated 
14 December 1833, proved 3 August 
1852, by the Rev. John Bedingfeld 
Collyer, son (P.C.C. 619, 52). 



Lady Sarah Duff, dau. of Alexander, = 
3rd Earl of Fife, by Mary his wife, 
dau. of George Skene of Skene, co. 
Aberdeen; born in 1790; marr. 
at St. Martin's-in-the- Fields, West- 
minster, 20 June 1807 ; died at 
Edinburgh, aged 21, 8 March 181 1. 
ist wife. 



=Daniel Collyer of Necton=y=Elizabeth Chancellor, dau. of 



Lodge and of Wroxham, 
CO. Norfolk ; died at 
Shield Hill, co. Lanark, 
aged 48, 2 January 1824, 
bur. at Quothquan, co. 
Lanark. 



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John Chancellor of Shield 
Hill, by Grace Noble his 
wife ; died at 5 Darnaway 
Street, Edinburgh, 29 October 
1853, bur. at Ayr. 2nd wife. 



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{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. XVI., page 166.) 



119 



John Collyer of St. Mary 
Magdalen, Milk Street, 
London, Chandler : executor 
to his father's will 21 May 
1 7 1 7 ; bur. in St. Lawrence 
Jewry, London, 2 1 October 
1742. Will dated 16 Jan- 
uary 1 74!^, with codicil dated 
10 August 1742, proved 25 
October 1742 (F.C.C. 294 
Trenley). 



Peter Collyer of St. Mary= 
Colechurch, London, Citizen 
and Pewterer ; mentioned 
in his father's will 8 March 
i7ii. Will dated 6 Feb- 
ruary 173-?, proved 17 
March 173^ (Arch: Court 
of London, Vol. 15, fo. 57). 



=Mary, e.xecutrix 
to her husband's 
will 1 7 March 
173?. Will dated 
29 April 1732, 
proved 7 Octo- 
ber 1732 (P.C.C. 
244 Bedford). 



Abigail, living 
8 March 171^; 
died before 3 
March 174^. 



Joseph Collyer, 
"bapt. at St. 
Lawrencejewry, 
London, i8 Jan- 
uary 1 705 ; died 
young. 



Rev. Charles Collyer of Gunthorpe Hall, co. Norfolk ,?=pSarah Maria Pratt, dau. of Edward 



Rector of Gunthorpe with Bathby 5 February 1798, of 
Thornage with Brinton, co. Norfolk, 29 October 1803, 
and of Cley-near-the-Sea, co. Norfolk, 23 January 1828; 
died at Norwich, aged 75, 12 November 1830, bur. at 
Gunthorpe. M.L Will dated 28 May 1830, with codicil 
dated 26 September 1830, proved 18 January 1831 
(P.C.C. 10 Tebbs). 



Pratt of Ryston Hall, co. Norfolk ; 
died in Grosvenor Street, London, 
aged 46, 7 March 1798, bur. at 
Gunthorpe. M.L 



Rev. Samuel Coleby Smith, Rector of Denver, co. Norfolk ; born at Great=Lucy Maria, 
Yarmouth, co. Norfolk; educated at Eton and at Caius College, Cambridge; marr. 12 No- 
Scholar 1792, B.A. (6th Wrangler) 1797, M.A. 1800, Fellow 1801-22; Rector vember 1822. 
of Denver 1820; died, aged 77, 18 April 1852. Will dated 23 June 1851, 
proved 28 ALiy 1852 (P.C.C. 444, 52). 



I 
Ven''''« John Bedingfeld Collyer of Hackford Hall,= 
CO. Norfolk ; born at Wroxham, co. Norfolk, 26 
January, bapt. there 27 January 1777; of Clare 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1798, M.A. 1808; Vicar of 
Wroxham with Salhouse, co. Norfolk, 1801 until his 
death. Archdeacon of Norwich 23 September 1844; 
J.P. and D.L. ; author of "Charges and Sermons," 
1S38-50; died at Hackford Hall, aged 80, on 
Sunday, 29 March, bur. at Wroxham 7 April 1857. 
Will dated 18 June 1853, proved 8 May 1857, by 
his sons, John and the Rev. Robert Collyer, the 
executors (P.C.C. 356, 57). 



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=Catherine Alexander, dau. of \\'illiam 
Alexander of the City of London (elder 
brother of James, ist Earl of Caledon), 
and grand-daughter of Dr. Messenger 
Mousey, Physician to Chelsea Hospital, 
to whose estate in Hackford and adjoining 
parishes and manors in Whitwell, co. 
Norfolk, she succeeded by his will ; 
born in London 30 April, bapt. at St. 
Lawrence Jewry, London, 6 May 1767; 
marr. at St. James', Bury St. Edmunds, 
CO. Suffolk, 18 March 1800; died at 
Salhouse on Thursday, 17 March, bur. 
at Wroxham 24 March 1853. 



{For issue see " Visitation of E?tgland and Wales," 
Vol. IX., page 17.) 



Charles Collyer, 
Comet 6th Ma- 
dras Cavalry ; 
died in India in 
May 1804. 



Rev. Edward Collyer of Sickles- 
mere, CO. Suffolk ; died at 
Aldeburgh, co. Suffolk, aged 36, 
19 August 1824, bur. at Gun- 
thorpe, CO. Norfolk. M.I. 



Caroline L'Estrange Ewen, youngest dau. 
of T. G. Ewen of Norwich ; marr. at 
East Bergholt, co. Suffolk, 14 May 1817 ; 
died at Hillands, Dedham, co. Essex, 
aged 77, 26 August 1866. 



Louisa Maria, born at Stratford 22 May 
1822; marr. at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 24 August 1842, 
Thomas John Barstow. 



Catherine Collyer of 
Ipswich, CO. Suffolk ; 
died at Hackford 
Hall, CO. Norfolk, 
aged 52, 21 Septem- 
ber 1830, bur. at 
Wroxham. M.I. 

Will dated 21 Feb- 
ruary 1824, proved 
12 November 1830, 
by her nephew, John 
Collyer (F.C.C. 640 
Beard.) 



William Collyer of Gimingham, co.= 
Norfolk, Lieut.-Colonel Hon'''^ 
East India Civil Service; J. P. for 
Norwich and for co. Norfolk ; 
Cadet 1798, Ensign i8th Bengal 
Native Infantry 9 November 1799, 
Lieutenant 1800, Captain 1809, 
Major 18 18, Lieut.-Colonel 11 
July 1823, retired 24 December 
1825 ; died at Tombland, Norwich 
24 October 1861. Will dated 14 
May 1856, with three codicils 
dated 26 May 1S58, 8 June 1861, 
and 7 September 1861, proved 
at Norwich 14 November 1S61. 



=Harriot (youngest 
child); diedat her 
residence. Tomb- 
land, Norwich, 
aged 77, II Jan- 
uary 1866. 



George Collyer, 
Captain Royal 
Engineers; ist 
Lieutenant Royal 
Engineers i May 
1807 ; killed in 
the attack on St. 
Sebastian 31 Au- 
gust 181 3, aged 
24. 



121 



Cave-Browne. 

[Vol. 9, p. 21.] 




Pedigree of Cave of Stanford, 
CO. Northampton. 



Elizabeth Mervin,= 
dau. of John Mer- 
viii of Church 
Lawford, co. War- 
wick ; died 9 
August ^ 1493, 
bur. at Stanford. 
Memorial Brass. 
I St wife. 



=Richard Cave of Stanford,^ 
CO. Northampton, esquire 
(eldest son of Thomas 
Cave of Stanford, by 
Thomasine Passemere his 
wife) ; succeeded his father 
17 September 1495; High 
Sheriff for co. Northamp- 
ton 1530; died 20 April 
1538, bur. at Stanford. 
Memorial Brass. Will 
dated 13 June 1536, proved 
22 June 1538 (P.C.C. 18 
Dingelcy). 



=Margaret Saxby, 
sister of William 
Saxby of North- 
ampton, and of 
Calais, merchant 
of the staple ; 
died in March 
153!, bur. at Stan- 
ford. Memorial 
Brass. 2nd wife. 



Sir Thomas Cave of Stanford, co. Northampton ;= 
knighted at Westminster, after the Coronation of 
Queen Mary, 2 October 1553; executrix to will of his 
brother Clement 9 March 153I-; died 4 September 
1558, bur. at Stanford. M.I. Will dated 10 December 
1556, with codicil dated 20 January 155^, proved 
10 September 1558 (P.C.C. 44 Hogan). Inq. p. m. 
taken at Leicester 4 October 1558 (C. Vol. 116, No. pj). 



^Elizabeth Danvers, sister and coheir 
of John Danvers, and dau. of John 
Danvers of Waterstock, co. Oxford, 
esquire, by Margaret his wife, dau. of 
William Hampton of Harwell, co. 
Berks; born 2 February i5o|-; 
executrix to her husband's will 10 
September 1558; living 28 March 
1565- 



Edward Cave of= 
Newbold Revell, 
CO. Warwick, gent ; 
bur. at Monks 
Kirby, co. War- 
wick. Will dated 24 
November 1533, 
proved 9 Novem- 
ber 1534 (P.C.C. 
19 Hogan). 



=Dorothy Mallory, dau. and 
coheir of Nicholas Mal- 
lory of Newbold Revell, 
esquire ; marr. before 
4 November 15 10 (date 
of marriage settlements) ; 
aged 21 and more at her 
father's death 22 January 
151!; living 24 November 
1533. She married 2ndly 
George Ashby. 



Thomas Saunders of=j=Margaret, executrix 



Sibbertoft, co. North 
ampton, esquire ; died 8 
March 152!^ Will dated 
7 March 152^, proved 
16 May 1528 (P.C.C. 
31 Porch). Inq. p. m. 
taken at Nottingham 21 
October 1528 (C. Vol.48, 
No. 136). /^ 



to her husband's 
will 16 May 1528 ; 
living 2 1 October 
1528. (?) She mar- 
ried 2ndly Robert 
Chauntrell of Fox- 
ton, CO. Leicester. 



Sir Thomas Andrews of Char-=f=Catharine, marr, 



welton, CO. Northampton, knight ; 
died 2 February i56f. Will 
dated 26 June 1563, proved 19 
May 1564, by Roger and 
Edward Andrews, sons (P.C.C. 
16 Stevenson). Inq. p. m. taken 
at Northampton 2 October 1564 
(C. Vol. ijQ, No. 141). He 
marr. 2ndly Mary, dau. of John 
Heneage of Trowse, co. Lincoln, 
gent, widow of Erasmus Cooper. 



before 13 June 
1536; died 15 
August 1555. 
Inq. p. m. taken 
at Northampton 
2 October 1564. 
(C. Vol. ijg, 
No. 139). 
wife. 



1st 



Thomas Boughton= 
of Causton, co. 
Warwick, esquire ; 
died 30 April 1558. 
Will dated i May 
1558, proved 22 
June 1558 (P.C.C. 
30 Noodes). Inq. 
p. m. taken at 
Warwick 6 August 
1558 (C. Vol. 12S, 
No. 93). 



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=Margaret, not 1 8, 
24 November 1533; 
executrix to her 
husband's will 22 
June 1558; died 
18 June 1565. 
Inq. p. m. taken at 
Rugby 18 April 
1566 (C. Vol. 143, 
No. 4). 



Anthony Cave of Chichely, co.= 
Buckingham, esquire, Citizen and 
Draper of London; iM.l*. for 
Liverpool 1547 ; died 9 Septem- 
ber 1558, bur. in Cliichely Church. 
U.l. Will dated 31 May 1555, 
proved 5 December 1558 (P.C.C. 
7 IVel/cs). Inq. p. m. taken at 
Newport Pagnell 13 March 155^ 
{C. Vol. 120, No. 5.) 



=Eli7.abeth Lovett, dau. of Thomas Lovett of Astwell, co. 
Oxford, by Ann his wife, dau. of Sir John Danvers of 
Dauntsey, co. Wilts, knight ; died 20 August, bur. at 
Chichely 21 August 1577. Will dated 24 July 1577, 
proved 20 November 1577 (P.C.C. 44 Daughlrey). Inq. 
p. m. taken at Newport Pagnell :8 December 1577 
\C. Vol. iSo, No. 2). She marr. 2ndly, John Newdegate 
of Harefield, co. Middlesex, esquire {see Vol. 7, page J4) ; 
and 3rdly Richard Weston, Judge of tlie Common Pleas. 



William Chester of Chichely, =j=Judith, born 
esquire (son and heir of Sir 15 November 
William Chester, knight. Lord 1542; bur. at 
Mayor of London) ; Citizen and St. Dionis, 
Draper of London, Master of the Backchurch, 
Drapers' Company 1603, Constable I^ondon, 6 
of Wisbech Castle 1605; bur. at July 1570. 
St. Peter's, Wisbech, 14 April 
1608. Will dated 27 December 
1603, with codicil dated 31 ^Larch 
1608, proved 3 June 1608, by 
William Chester, son (P.C.C. 
57 Wi7ideba>ik'). He marr. 2ndly 
Ann, dau. of Robert Freere. /K 



Griffith Hampden of Great= 
Hampden, co. Bucking- 
ham, esquire ; Sheriff for 
CO. Buckingham 1575 ; 
M.P. for Buckingham 
1585; died 27 October, 
bur. at Great Hampden 
18 November 1591. Will 
dated 15 July 1589 and 
27 August 1 59 1, proved 
29 .April 1592 (P.C.C. 29 
Harrington). 



•Anne, born 24 
February 154 J; 
executrix to her 
husband's will 
29 April 1592 ; 
died 31 Decem- 
ber 1593, bur. 
at Great Hamp- 
den 9 January 
iS9t- 



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John Cave, 
died young, 
buried at 
Stanford. 



Richard Cave of Little Oakley, = 
CO. Northampton, esquire ; 
aged 30 and more 4 Sep- 
tember 1558; died 3 April 
1560. Inq. p. m. taken at 
Northampton 1 October 1561 
(C Vol. 113, No. IS J). 



^Elizabeth Montague, dau. of Sir Edward 
Montague, knight. Chief Justice of the Com- 
mon Pleas, by Eleanor his 3rd wife, dau. of 
Sir John Roper ; marriage settlements dated 
18 January 155^, marr. before i June 1552; 
died 26 January 156 J. Inq. p. m. taken at 
Northampton 2 September 1568 {C. Vol. 14S, 
No. jj). She marr. 2ndly William Markham 
of Great Oakley, co. Northampton. 



Edward Gates=j=Elizabeth, born 30 August 



/ of Seamer, co. 
York, esquire. 



1558 : marr. 
July 1572. 



before 1 7 



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Anne Cave, born 3 November 1560; 
died 5 July 1565. Inq. p. m. taken 
at Northampton 17 July 1572 
{C. Vol. 161, No. 124). 



Roger Cave of Stanford, co. North 
ampton, esquire; not 24, 10 December 
1556; execOtor to his father's will 10 
September 1558; died 26 July 1586, 
(?) bur. at St. Martin's, Stamford, co. 
Northampton. " Will dated 1 7 April 
1586, proved 2 September 1586 
(P.C.C. 45 Windsor). Inq. p. m. 
taken at Daventry 15 August 1587 
(C. Vol. 2 1 J, No. 148.) 



=j=Margaret Cecil, dau. of Richard Cecil of Burghley, co. 
Northampton, by Jane his wife, dau. and heir of William 
Heckington of Bourne, co. Lincoln, esquire (sister of 
Lord Treasurer Burghley); marr. at St. Clement Danes', 
London, 24 November 1561 ; living i March 159^ (will 
of Lord Burghley); died before 30 September 1599. 
She marr. 2ndly Erasmus Smith, son of John Smith 
of Withcock, CO. Leicester, esquire, by Dorothy Cave 
his wife {see page I2y). 

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(For issue, see page 128.'] 



Clement Cave of Stanford, co. Northampton ; executor^Margery Mallory, dau. and coheir of 
to mil of his brother Edward 9 November 1534 ; Nicholas Mallory of Newbold Revell, 
died 30 November 1534, bur. at Stanford. M.I. co. Warwick, esquire; executrix to 
Will dated 25 November 1534, proved at Lambeth her husband's will 9 March 153!. 
9 March 153I (P.C.C. 23 Hogati). She married 2ndly John Cope. 



John Newdegate of Harefield, co. Middlesex, and of Arbury, co.= 
Warwick, esquire; born at Beaconsfield, co. Buckingham, in 1541 ; 
educated at Eton and at King's College, Cambridge, Scholar 

25 Augusti559, Fellow26 
August 1562, B.A. 156^, 
M.A. of the University of 
Prague ; aged 23, 2 Feb- 
ruary 156!; admitted to 
Lincoln's Inn 23 January 
1554 ; administrator to 
his father 4 July 1566; 
exchanged his lands at 
Harefield, co. Middlesex 
(except Brackenbury) for 
Arbury with Sir Edmund 
Anderson, Chief Justice ; 
died in the Fleet Prison 
22 February, bur. at St. 
Mildred's -in- the-Poultry, 
London, 26 February 
1594. Inq. p. m. taken 
at the Castle in St. John 
Street Without Bars, 
London, 19 May 1592 
(C. Vol. 232, No. s8). 
{See " Dictiotiary of National Biography," Vol. XL., page Jjo). 
Portrait at Arbury in the possessioji of Francis Alexander 
Newdigate-Neivdegate. He married 2ndly \VLnifred Wells. 




^•^'^^X 'DCS^\ 



^-^5^^^ /?Z^'J2^. 



ot^ 



=Martha, born 24 February 
i54f; marriage settlements 
dated 20 March i56f ; 
died 22 November 1575, 
bur. at Harefield. Inq. 
p. m. taken at Colnebrook 
29 May 1592 (C. Vol. 232, 
No. ij). Portrait at 
Arbury iti the possession 
of Francis Alexander 
Nnvdigate-Newdegate. ist 
wife. 



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{For issue see Vol. VII., page jS.) 



Edward Cave of Waterstock, co. Oxford,= 
esquire ; mentioned in his father's will 
10 December 1556; not 21, 10 Sep- 
tember 1558; living 17 April 1586. 



^Elizabeth Conway, Ambrose Cave, Anthony Cave, 

dau. of Sir John died young, bur. died young, bur. 

Conway of Arrow, at Stanford. at Stanford. 
CO. Warwick, knight. 



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124 



Sir Ambrose Cave, knight, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster ;= 
Knight of Rhodes 1525-40; M.P. for co. Leicester i January 154! 
to 1553, and for co. Warwick 17 January 155 J to 1562^; Privy 
Councillor and Chancellor of the Duciiy of Lancaster 22 December 
1558; died 2 April, bur. in the Savoy Chapel, London, 10 April 
1568 (afterwards removed to Stanford, co. Northampton. ALL) 
Will dated 27 March 1568, proved 18 March 157I (P.C.C. 
9 Daper). Inq. p. m. taken at Nuneaton 30 October 1568 
(C. Vol. 148, No. 4). {See ''Dictionary of National Biography" 
Vol. 9, page 33S.) 



=Margery Willington, dau. 
and coheir of William 
Willington of Barcheston, 
CO. Warwick, esquire. She 
married istly Thomas 
Holtc of Aston, co. 
\\'arwick, Justice of North 
Walesi 



Henry Knollys (son and heir apparent of=Margaret, born 25 April 
Sir Francis Knollys, K.Ci.); executor to his 1549; marr. before 9 
father-in-law's will 18 March 157; ; bur. at May 1566 (date of mar- 
Stanford. ALL " riage settlements) ; died 

15 August 1600. 



Sir Jerome Weston of Roxwell, co. Essex, knight (eldest son and heir=pMary, born i No- 

of Richard Weston, Judge of the Common Pleas, by Wiburga his 

I St wife, dau. of Michael Catesby of Seaton, co. Rutland, esquire) ; 

succeeded his father 6 July 1572, then aged 22; Sheriff of co. E.ssex 

1599; knighted at the Charterhouse 11 May 1603; died 31 I^ecember 

1603, bur. at Roxwell 17 January i6of. Will dated 28 December 1603, 

proved 21 November 1604 (P.C.C. 84 Harte). Inq. p. m. taken at 

Dunmow 30 August 1604 (C. Vol. 286, ±Vo. 167). He marr. 2ndly 

Margery, dau. of George Pert, Citizen of London. 



vemberi556; marr. 
at Chicheley, co. 
Buckingham, 25 
November 1572; 
bur. at Roxwell 6 
October 1593. 



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John Hunt of Lyndon, co.=i=Amicia, marr. 



Rutland, gent; M.P. for 
CO. Rutland 15 March 
i55f ; bur. at Lyndon 18 
March 158I. Will dated 
28 December 1585, proved 
31 March 1586 (P.C.C. 
14 JVindsor). 



before 10 De- 
cember 1556; 
executrix to 
her husband's 
will 31 March 
1586 ; bur. at 
Lyndon 3 J une 
1599- 



William Skeffington of Skefifington,= 
CO. Leicester, esquire; aged 21 in 
1539; executor to his father-in- 
law's will 10 September 1558; 
Sheriff of co. Leicester 1560 ; 
died 22 September 157 1, bur. at 
Skeffington. Will dated 9 April 
1570, proved 10 May 1572, by 
Thomas Skeffington, son (P.C.C. 
15 Daper). 



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=Mary, marr. 
before i o De- 
cember 1556; 
died 7 Sep- 
tember 1558, 
bur. at Skef- 
fington. ALL 



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125 



Francis Cave of Bagrave, in=j=Margaret Lisle, 



Hungarton, co. Leicester, D.C.L. ; 
executor to will of his brother 
Clement 9 March 153!; M.P. 
for Liverpool 26 October 1547, 
and for co. Leicester 1 2 January 
155! ; died 31 October 1583, 
bur. at Hungarton. M.L Will 
dated 19 March isSf, proved 25 
November 1583 (P.C.C. is Butts). 
Liq. p. m. taken at Leicester 23 
January 158I (C. Vol. 204, 
No. 145)- /K 



dau. of Thomas 
Lisle of CO. 
Surrey ; died at 
Bagrave 26 Oc- 
tober 1568, bur. 
at Hungarton. 
M.L 



Richard Cave of= 
Pickwell, CO. Leicester, 
gent ; died 20 May 
1538, bur. at South 
Kilworth, CO. Leicester. 
Will dated 4 April 
1 538- proved 5 July 
1538 (P.C.C. 18 Dyn- 
geley). Inq. p. m. taken 
at Leicester i October 
1538 (C. Vol. 60, 
No. 45). 



^Barbara Fielding, 
dau. of Sir Wil- 
liam Fielding ; 
marriage settle- 
ments dated 25 
November 1533. 
Administratrix to 
her husband 5 
July 1538; died 
before 1 2 May 
1548. 



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Sir William Mering of Mering,=f=Margaret, ad- 
co. Nottingham, knight ; died ministratrix to 
13 November 1582. Adminis- her husband 8 
tration granted at York 8 October 1583; 
October 1583. Inq. p. m. living 1 7 April 
taken at Sutton-on-Trent 9 1586. 
September 1583 (C Vol. 202, 
No. ig6). /^ 



Sir Humphry Stafford of=Elizabeth, ad- 
Blatherwycke, co. Northamp- ministratrix to 
ton, knight ; died in the her husband 
Strand, London, 2 December 7 December 
1574. Administration granted 1574. 
7 December 1574 (P.C.C.) 
Inq. p. m. taken at Hertford 
3 April 1576 (C. Vol. 1 7 J, 
No. S4). I St husband. 



Francis Farnham of Quorndon, co.=Margery, living=John Basset of Hill 



Leicester ; Recorder of Leicester 
1553; M.P. for Leicester in March 
i55f; died 11 April 1557, bur. at 
Quorndon. M.L Will dated 11 
April 1557, proved at Leicester in 
1557. I St husband. 



17 April 15S6. 



Morton, co. War- 
wick ; marr. after 
10 December 1556. 
2nd husband. 



Barbara Cave, 
died young, 
bur. at Stan- 
ford. 



John Skefifington=f=Alice, 
of Fisherwick, in 
Lichfield ; died 7 
November 1604, 
bur. in St. 
Michael's, Lich- 
field. M.L 



marr. Sir John Bowes of Elford, co.^ 
after 10 De- Stafford, knight; died 31 January, 
cember 1556; bur. at Elford i February i6of. 
died 1 7 August Will dated 20 January i6o|, proved 
161 7, bur. in 8 May 1609, by Richard Bowes, son 
St. Michael's, (P.C.C. 37 Dorset). Inq. p. m. 
Lichfield. M.L taken at Stafford 27 October 1609 

(C. Vol. 312, No. 143). He marr. 

istly Ami, dau. and coheir of Richard 
/t\ Huddleston of Elford. 



=Susan, marriage settle- 
ments dated 9 April 
1 58 1 : mentioned as 
youngest daughter in 
her father's will 10 
December 1556; bur. 
at Elford 8 July 1583. 
2nd wife. 



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126 



Brian Cave of Ingarsby, co. Leicester, esquire ;= 
Sherift' of the counties of Warwick and Leicester 
1558, and for co. Leicester 1569 and 1582; 
died 12 September 1592. Will dated 30 July 
1590,- proved 10 November 1592 (P.C.C. 86 
Harrington). Inq. p. m. taken at Leicester 
8 January 159^ (C. Vol. 234, No. 7p.) He 
marr. 2ndly, Bridget Skipwith, dau. of Sir 
William Skipwith of Ormesby, co. Lincoln ; 
marr. before 30 April 1583 (date of marriage 
settlements); she died 26 January 158^. 



=Margaret Throckmorton, 
dau. of Sir George 
Throckmorton, by Cathe- 
rine his wife, dau. of 
Nicholas, Lord Vaux ; 
died in 1 5 10. ist wife. 



Augustin Cave, 
mentioned in his 
brothers' wills 10 
December 1556 
and 27 March 
1586. 



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William Wyrley= 
of Hamsted, 
CO. Stafford, 
esquire ; died, 
aged 63, 24 
February 156! 
bur. at Hands- 
worth. M.L 
Will dated 15 
February 156 J, 
proved at Lich- 
field in 1562. 



=Elizabeth, marr. 
before 5 April 
151 7 (will of 
William Sanhy). 



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John Smith of With-= 
cock, CO. Leicester, 
esquire ; marr. before 
10 April 1522 (date of 
marriage settlements); 
died 5 May 1545, 
bur. at Withcock. 
Will dated 23 Oc- 
tober 1543, proved 
13 November 1545 
(P.C.C. 42 Pynnyng). 
Inq. p. m. taken at 
Langton 24 August 
1545 (C. Vol. 72, 
No. 2 J.) I St husband. 



'Dorothy, executrix^ 
to her husband's 
will 13 November 
1545 ; mentioned 
in will of her 
brother, Sir Am- 
brose Cave, 2 7 
March 1568. Will 
dated 10 June 
1588, proved 28 
March 1593, by 
Robert Smith, 
son (P.C.C. 21 
Nevell). 



=Henry Poole of 
Kirk Langley, 
CO. Derby, and 
of Withcock, 
CO. Leicester, 
esquire ; bur. at 
Withcock. Will 
dated 18 April 
1558, proved 
1 7 February 

iS5l(l'.C.C.39 
Welles). 2nd 
husband. 



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John Croke of Chilton, co.= 
Buckingham, esquire, one of 
the Six Clerks in Chancery 
1522-49; Serjeant -at- Law 
1547, Master in Chancery 
1549; died 2 September 
1554, bur. at Chilton. M.L 
Will dated ii June 1554, 
proved 18 October 1555, 
by John Croke, son (P.C.C. 
33 Moure). /^ 



=Prudence, died 
before 1 1 June 
1554- 



Francis Tanfield of Gayton,= 
CO. Northampton, esquire ; 
died 21 November 1558. 
Will dated 12 January 
155!^, proved 12 December 
1558 (P.C.C. 15 IVelles). 
Inq. p. m. taken at North- 
ampton 27 March 1559 
(C Vol. 12 T, No. 131). 



=Bridget, executrix 
to her husband's 
will 12 December 
1558; mentioned 
in will of her 
brother. Sir Am- 
brose Cave, 27 
March 1568; died 
20 June 1583. 



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127 



Roger Cave of Stanford, =j=Margaret Cecil, dau. of 



CO. Northampton {see 
page 1 2 J.) 



Richard Cecil of Burghley, 
CO. Northampton. 



Sir Thomas Cave of=i=Eleanor St. John, 



dau. of Nicholas 
St. John of 
Lydiard Tregoze, 
CO. \Vilts ; bur. 
at Stanford 2 7 
February 165!. 



Stanford, knight ; of 
Lincoln College, Ox- 
ford, matriculated 15 
March 157^, aged 13; 
knighted at Belvoir 
23 April 1603; aged 
22 and more 26 July 
1586; died, aged 51, 
bur. at Stanford 6 
September 1 6 13. M.I. 
Administration was granted 21 Sep- 
tember 1 61 3 (P.C.C.) Inq. p. m. 
taken at Daventry 28 September 1614 
{C. Vol. 343, No. 174.) 



Eleanor Grey,= 
dau. ofThomas 
Grey of En- 
field, CO. Staf- 
ford, esquire, 
by Anne his 
wife, daughter 
of Sir Ralph 
Verney,knight. 
I St wife. 



=Sir William Cave= 
of Nether Hall, 
Grantham, co. 
Lincoln, knight ; 
not 21, 17 April 
1586 ; administra- 
tor to his father's 
will 13 September 
1595; knighted at 
Hampton Court 
20 July 1603 ; died 
Inq. p. m. taken at 
tober 1622 (C. Vol. 



Elizabeth Bur- 
nell, dau. of 
William Bumell 
of Winchl)orne, 
CO. Nottingham, 
esquire ; living 
I (Dctober 1622. 
2nd wife. 



5 August 1622. 
Sleaford i Oc- 
440, No. 88). 



A\ 



Richard Cave, of Oriel Col- Sir Thomas Cave of Stanford, knight ;= 
lege, Oxford, matriculated of Oriel College, Oxford, matriculated 
22 October 1602, aged 15; 14 October 1608, aged 14; aged 19 
died at Padua, Italy, aged 19, years and 8 months in September 161 3; 
26 July 1606, bur. in the knighted at Greenwich 10 June 1615; 
Adriatic. M.I. at Stanford. bur. at Stanford 5 December 1666. 

Will dated 10 June 1663, proved 
9 February i66| (P.C.C. 17 Carr). 



=Elizabeth Croft, dau. of 
Sir Herbert Croft of 
Croft Castle, co. Here- 
ford ; marriage licence 
(Bishop of London) 
dated 14 January i6i|^, 
then aged 17. 



Sir Rowland Berkeley of=f=Dorothy, born in London 29 April 1619 ; 
Cotheridge, co. Wor- marr. at Stanford 26 November 1635 ; 



cester ; knighted at 
Whitehall 30 June 1641 ; 
living 12 November 1670. 



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mentioned in will of her brother. Sir Thomas 
Cave, 12 November 1670; living 14 Feb- 
ruary 167^^. 



Lucy Cave, born 
in London 20 Sep- 
tember 1620; bur. 
at Stanford 28 
February \(i2\. 



Katharine Haslewood,= 
dau. of Sir Anthony 
Haslewood of Mai dwell, 
CO. Northampton, knight, 
by Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of Sir William 
Willmer of Sywell, co. 
Northampton, ist wife. 



=Sir Thomas Cave of Stanford, knight= 
and baronet; born at Northampton 22 
December 162 1 ; of St. John's College, 
Oxford, matriculated 28 April 1637 ; 
knighted at Whitehall 24 June, and 
created a baronet 30 June 1641; executor 
to his father's will 9 February i66f ; bur. 
at Stanford 25 November 1670. Will 
dated 12 November 1670, proved i Feb- 
ruary 1672 (P.C.C. 17 Duke). 



=Penelope Wenman, dau. 
and coheir of Thomas, 
2nd Viscount Wenman, 
by Margaret his wife, 
dau. and heir of Edmund 
Hampden ; bur. at Stan- 
ford 6 February i66f. 
Will dated 2 February 
i66f, proved 27 March 
1666 (P.C.C. 38 Mico). 
2nd wife. 



Penelope Cave, bapt. at Thomas Cave, born 18 April, bapt. 
Stanford in 1644; died at Stanford 3c?' July 1646; died 
in infancy. young. 



Wenman Cave, bom 20 April, 
bapt. at Stanford, and bur. 
there 30 July 1647. 



128 



Walter Bagot of Blithfield, co.=pElizabeth, born before Cecil Cave, men-=i=Anne Bennet, 

dau. and heir 
of Anthony 
Bennt't of 

Greenwich. 



Stafford; bapt. at Bhthfield 26 
October 1557 ; bur. at Blithfield 
17 March 162?. M.I. Will 
dated 27 February i62;|, proved 
16 May 1623 (P.C.C. 52 Swan). 
Inq. p. ni. taken at .Stafford 
13 September 1623 (C. Vol. 400, 
No. 37). 



1564 ; marr. before 17 
April 1586 ; executrix 
to her husband's will 
16 May 1623 ; died 
2 December, bur. at 
Blithfield 3 December 



M.I. 



tioned in his 
father's will 1 7 
Ajjril 1586 ; living 
at Greenwich, co. 
Kent, 19 August 
1642. 



Henry Tresham of= 
Newton, co. Northamp- 
ton, esquire (eldest son 
and heir apparent of 
Sir William Tresham 
of Newton, knight). 
Administration granted 
29 May 162 1 (P.C.C.) 
I St husband. 



'Abigail, administra-= 
trix to her husband 
29 May 162 1 ; bur. 
at Stapleford, co. 
Leicester, 29 Feb- 
ruary 165!. Will 
dated 15 June 
1655, proved I Oc- 
tober 1657 (P.C.C. 
390 Ruthen). 



AVilliam, Lord Sherard, of St. Albans Hall, Oxford, 
matriculated 29 October 1602, aged 15, admitted 
to Gray's Inn 22 November 1604 ; a Gentleman 
Pensioner to James I. and Charles I.; marr. before 
29 May 1621 ; knighted at Oatlands 3 July 1622 ; 
succeeded his brother. Sir Philip Sherard, at 
Stapleford 23 April 1624; created Baron Sherard 
of Leitrim (Ireland) 10 July 1627; died, aged 52, 
I April, bur. at Stapleford 5 April 1640. Will 
undated, proved 2 May 1640 (P.C.C. 63 Coventry). 
Inq. p. m. taken 29 May 1640 {C. Vol. Jpp, 
JVo. gi). 2nd husband. 



Sir William Tufton of Vintners, in Boxley, co. Kent,=i=Anne, marr. at Green- Cecil Cave, bapt. 

baronet (5th son of Sir John Tufton of Hothfield, 

baronet, and brother of Nicholas, ist Earl of 

Thanet) ; created a baronet of Ireland 18 January 

162I; Governor of Barbadoes 1629; died there in 

(?) 1630. 



wich 30 January 162" ; at Shelton, co. 

bur. at Foot's Cray, Nottingham, 6 

CO. Kent, 2 April November 1605. 
1649. M.I. 



Oliver Cave of Stanford, co.= 
Northampton, gent ; of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 16 
November 16 10, aged 15 ; of 
Gray's Inn, admitted 26 April 
1613; bur. at Stanford 8 Sep- 
tember 1660. Will undated, 
proved 16 October 1660 (P.C.C. 
180 Nabbs). 



=Frances Talbot (half-sister of Sir John Talbot, see page 144), 
dau. of Sharington Talbot of Salwarpe, co. Worcester, 
esquire, by Elizabeth his ist wife, dau. of Sir Thomas 
Leighton of Feckenham, co. Worcester, knight ; executrix 
to her husband's will 16 October 1660; mentioned in 
wills of her brother-in-law, Sir Thomas Cave, 10 June 
1663, and her nephew. Sir Thomas Cave, 12 November 
1670; living 14 February 167^. 



Margaret Cave, bapt. at Stanford 1648 ; 
bur. there 3 March 165". 



Dorothy Cave, born 23 March, bapt. at Stanford 
25 March 1649; bur. there in 1652. 



129' 



John Cave of Not- 
tingham, esquire ; 
mentioned in his 
father's will 1 7 April 
1586. Will dated 3 
May 1639, proved 
at York in October 
1639, by Sir Thomas 
Cave, nephew and 
sole heir. 



Sir ^Villiam Skipwith of Cotes, co. Leicester ; knighted=f=Margaret, marr. 
at Worksop 21 April 1603; M.P. for Leicester 19 before 17 April 
March 160^; died in London 3 March i6fj, bur at 1586; died in 
Prestwold, co. Leicester. M.L Will dated 15 May 1594. 
1604, with codicil dated 29 October 1607. Adminis- 
tration granted 8 May 161 1, to Sir Henry Skipwith, 
son (P.C.C. 42 Wood). Inq. p. m. taken at Leicester 
I October 161 o {C. Vol. jiy. No. 121). He marr. 
2ndly before 25 May 1595, Jane, dau. and heir of 
John Roberts. ^ 



Bridget, bur. at Clifton-on-=j=St. John Cave, mentioned in will of his^=Carew Malcher, marr. 



Dunsmore, co. Warwick, 1 1 
April 1662. 1st wife. 



nephew. Sir Thomas Cave, 12 November before 10 June 1663. 
1670; (?) died 30 December 1695. 2nd wife. 



Edward Cham-=Eleanor, bapt. Oliver Cave= 

berlain of Prince- at Stanford, co. of Coventry, 

thorpe, CO. War- Northampton, co. Warwick, 

wick. 21 May 1633; esquire ; bapt. 

marr. there i at Clifton-on- 

January 165" ; Dunsmore 22 

living 14 Feb- August 1636. 

ruary 1674. 



^Elizabeth, bur. 
at Clifton-on- 
Dunsmore 5 
February 172^. 



St. John Cave, bapt. at 
Clifton-on-Dunsmore 5 Au- 
gust, bur. there 8 September 
1639. _ 

Frances Cave, bapt. at 
Clifton-on-Dunsniore 20 
September 1640, bur. there 
19 June 1643. 



Thomas Cave, bapt. at Eleanor, bapt. at Richard Cave, bapt. Brian Cave, bapt. at 
Clifton-on-Dunsmore 13 CUfton-on-Duns- at Clifton-on-Duns- Clifton-on-Dunsmore 16 
April 1673; entered more 6 Septem- more 31 July 1676; June 1678 ; entered 
Rugby School in 1689; ber 1674. entered Rugby School Rugby School in 1689; 
bur. at Clifton-on-Duns- in 1689. bur. at Clifton-on-Duns- 
more 8 June 1692. more 28 May 1692. 



Sir Orlando Bridgeman of Ridley, co. Chester, baronet=j=Mary, bapt. at Stanford, co. 



(2nd son of Sir Orlando Bridgeman, baronet. Lord Keeper 
of the Great Seal) ; admitted to the Inner Temple 1658, 
Barrister-at-Law 1669; M.P. for Horsham 1669-79; created 
a baronet 12 November 1673; died, aged 51, 20 April 1701, 
bur. at St. Michael's, Coventry, co. Warwick. Administration 
granted 28 November 1701, to Sir Orlando Bridgeman, 
baronet, son (P.C.C.) /K 



Northampton, 10 July 1650; 
marr. there 8 May 1670, mar- 
riage licence (Faculty Office) 
dated 28 April 1670; died 8 
June 1 701, bur. at St. Michael's, 
Coventry. 



130 



Sir Edmund Bussey of Haydor, co. Lincoln, knight ; bapt. at Haydor 
15 March 156" ; knighted at Belvoir 23 April 1603; died 9 June, bur. at 
Haydor 16 June 161 6. Administration granted 18 February i6i|, 
to his son, Miles Bussey (P.C.C.) Inq. p. m. taken at Lincoln 29 July 
161 6 (C. Vol. 370, No. 73). 



=Frances, not 21, 17 
April 1586; living 
29 July 1616. 



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Thomas Hartopp of Freathby, co. Leicester,= 
gent; born i March i57y; admitted to Gray's 
Inn 10 May 1587; marr. before 16 February 
159!, date of marriage settlement ; died at Gray's 
Inn 6 April 1604. \\'\\\ dated 31 March 1604, 
proved 28 April 1604, by Edward Hartopp, 
brother (P.C.C. 43 Harte). Inq. p. ni. taken 
at Leicester 30 September 1605 (JF. and L. 
Bundle 3^, No. So), ist husband. 



=Dorothy, men-= 
tioned in wills 
of her father 
17 April 1586, 
and her ist hus- 
band 31 March 
1604. 



= Francis Marshall of Newark- 
on-Trent, co. Nottingham, 
esquire ; marr. at Shelton, 
CO. Nottingham, 31 May 
1604. Will dated 29 July 
1624, proved at York 4 
May 1626 (\'ol. 39, fo. 410). 
2iid hushaiul. 



Sir John Wynne,^Margaret. Will dated= 

(? son and heir 3 September 1636, 

of Sir John proved at Dublin in 

Wynne, baronet, 1637. She married 

ob. v.p.) ist 3rdly Sir Thomas 

husband. Wenman of iJublin, 

knight. Governor of 

Cork 18 November 

1628, Provost Marshal 

of Munster 7 July 

1629. 



=Sir Francis Aungier, ist Baron Aungier of Longford, 
Master of the Rolls (Ireland) ; knighted at Greenwich 
28 May 1609, Master of the Rolls 5 October 1609, 
Privy Councillor (Ireland) ; created Baron Aungier of 
Longford, in the Peerage of Ireland, 29 June 162 1 ; 
died, aged 70, 8 October, bur. in St. Patrick's 
Cathedral, Dublin, 6 November 1632. Will dated 
28 November 1628, proved 26 February 163I (P.C.C. 
15 Russell). He marr. istly Douglas, dau. of Edward 
FitzGerald, and sister of Gerald, i6th Earl of Kildare, 
and 2ndly Anne. dau. of Sir George Barne (see 
Vol. VII., page 123). 2nd husband. 



Anne Cave of Coventry, co. Warwick ; bapt. at 
Clifton-on-Dunsmore, co. Warwick, 24 September 
1679; bur. there 18 December 1754. 



Mary Cave of Coventry ; bapt. at 
Clifton-on Dunsmore 12 December 
1681 ; bur. there i May 1749.' 



Abigail Cave, bapt. at Stan- 
ford 20 August 1 651; bur. 
there in 1652. 



Bridget Cave, bapt. at Stanford 
II April 1653: bur. there 
6 November 1666. 



Eleanor Cave, bapt. at Stanford 
16 January 165^; bur. there 21 
February 166J. 



131 



Sir George Beeston,=Eleanor, executrix to^Sir Thomas Roe of Woodford, 



knighted at Whitehall 
2 2 March i6o|; marr. 
at Stanford, co. North- 
ampton, 25 April 
1609 ; died in 161 1, 
bur. at Bunbury, co. 
Chester. M.I. ist 
husband. 



her 2nd husband's 
will 16 March 164^; 
bur. at Woodford, co. 
Essex, 6 December 
1675. Will dated 14 
February 1 6 74, proved 
I December 1675 
(P.C.C. 130 Dycer). 



Elizabeth, ad- 
ministratrix to her 
father 2 1 Septem- 
ber 1613; bur. 
at Stanford 3 i 
December 1 646. 
She married John 
Hilson. 



knight; born at Low Leyton, 
CO. Essex, in 1581 ; of 
Magdalen College, Oxford, 
matriculated 6 July 1593, 
aged 12; of the Middle 
Temple 1597; Esquire of the 
Body to Queen Elizabeth ; 
knighted at Greenwich 23 
March 160^; explored the 
rivers Amazon and Orinoco 
1610-11 ; M.P. for Tamworth 1614, Cirencester 29 December 1620, Oxford University 17 
October 1640; Ambassador to the Great Mogul 1615, to the Porte 1621-28, Mediator 
between the Courts of Sweden and Poland 1630, Ambassador to the Emperor at the Congresses 
of Hamburgh, Ratisbon and Vienna 1638-42 ; Chancellor of the Order of the Garter January 
163s-; Privy Councillor June 1640; died 6 November, bur. at Woodford 8 November 1644. 
Will' dated 8 July 1644, proved 16 March 164^ (P.C.C. 52 Fines). 2nd husband. 



St. John Cave, bapt. at Clifton-on- 
Dunsmore, co. Warwick, 15 April 
1683 ; mentioned in will of his 
brother Henry 6 November 1727. 



William Cave, bapt. at 
Clifton-on-Dunsmore 25 
December, bur. there 
30 December 1684. 



Bridget Cave, bapt. at Clifton- 
on-Dunsmore 9 February 
i68|; bur. there 19 February 
following. 



Martha Browne, dau. and= 
heir of John Browne of 
Eydon, co. Northampton, 
Clerk of the Parliament, 
by Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of John Packer of 
Shillingford, co. Berks ; 
marriage licence (Vicar- 
General) dated 24 Feb- 
ruary 167I. 1st wife. 



=Sir Roger Cave of Stanford,= 
baronet; bapt. at Stanford 21 
September 1655 : Sheriff of co. 
Northampton 1679 ; M.P. for 
Coventry 17 March i684, and 
9 January i68f ; died 11 October, 
bur. at Stanford 17 October 1703. 



=Mary Bromlev, dau. of Sir 
William Bromley of Baginton, 
CO. Warwick, K.B. ; died 22 
November, bur. at Stanford 
II December 1721. Limited 
administration granted 1 1 No- 
vember 1788, will having been 
lost (P.C.C.) 2nd wife. 



{See Cave of Sfntton, page 137.) 



John Cave, Sir John Chesshire of Isleworth, co. Middlesex, knight ;=Elizabeth, marr. 
bapt. at Stan- of the Inner Temple, Serjeant-at-Law 8 June 1705, Queen's at Stanford 1 7 Oc- 
ford 26 May, Serjeant 1711, King's Serjeant 1715; knighted 7 June 1713; tober 1703; died 
bur. there 6 died, aged 78, 15 May 1738, bur. at Runcorn, co. Chester. 16 August 1705, 
June 1677. M.I. Will dated 14 February 173!^, proved 17 May 1738 bur. at Runcorn. 

(P.C.C. 113 Brodrepp). He married 2ndly Anne .... 



Bridget Cave, bapt. at 
Clifton-on-Dunsmore, 
CO. Warwick, 19 De- 
cember 1686 ; bur. 
there 6 January 169I. 



Henry Cave of Coventry, co. Warwick ; bapt. at^Elizabeth Hurt, 
Cliftonon-Dunsmore 26 December 1687; entered dau. of Thomas 
Rugby School in 1699; bur. at Stanford, co. Hurt; living 6 
Northampton 26 June 1728. Will dated 6 No- November 1727. 
vember 1727, proved i July 1732 (P.C.C. 94 
Bedford). 



Oliver Cave, bapt. at Stanford, Arabella Cave, bapt. at Stan- Charles Cave, bapt. at 
CO. Northampton, 30 November ford 21 January 1651,-; bur. Stanford 26 March 1660; 
1656; bur. there 10 August 1664. there 29 November 1660. bur. there 2 October 1662. 



Thomas Cave of Rugl)y, co. 
Warwick ; bapt. at Stanford 
in 1661 ; mentioned in his 
father's will 12 November 
1670; bur. at Stanford 20 
May 1699. Administration 
granted 25 November 1699 
(P.C.C.) 



Penelope Cave, 
bapt. at Stanford 
2 February i66j ; 
bur. there 20 May 
1664. 



Ambrose Cave, bapt. at Stanford 3 September 
1665; admitted to Rugby School in 1679; 
mentioned in his father's will 12 November 
1670; Cornet of Horse 18 June 1685, 
Lieutenant and Brigadier of the 4th Troop 
Life Guards 22 May 1686; murdered by 
a brother officer, Captain Biron ; bur. at 
Stanford i March i6f^. 



Sir Thomas Cave of Stanford, baronet ;= 
of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 27 
January 169^, aged 16; succeeded his 
father as 3rd baronet 11 October 1703; 
ALP. for CO. Leicester 22 February 171" 
to 1 7 19; died, aged 38, 21 April, bur. at 
Stanford 26 April 1719. M.L Will dated 
20 January 171I, proved 23 July 1719 
(P.C.C. 125 Brojcnins;). 



=Margaret Verney, dau. of John, Viscount 
Fermanagh, by Elizabeth his ist wife, dau. of 
Ralph Palmer ; marr. at St. Giles'-inthe-Fields, 
London, 20 February i7of; executri.v to her 
husband's will 23 July 17 19; died in Southampton 
Row, London, 17 May, bur. at Stanford 28 May 
1774. Will dated 20 October 1769, with codicil 
dated 23 December 1772, proved 25 May 1774 
(P.CC\ 176 Bargrmv). 



Sir Verney Cave of Stanford, 
baronet ; born 4 January, bapt. at 
St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, West- 
minster, 18 January i7o4; 
succeeded his father as 4th 
baronet 21 April 17 19; of Balliol 
College, Oxford, matriculated 29 
March 1722 ; died, aged 29, 
13 September, bur. at Stanford 
21 September 1734. M.L Ad- 
ministration granted 24 October 
I734(P-C.C.) 



Charles Pilsworth of Oving,= 
CO. Buckingham, and of 
theLinerTemple, Barrister- 
at-Law ; M. 1*. for Aylesbury 
4 May I 741 ; died 4 Jan- 
uary 174^. Will dated 24 
March 174!, proved 10 
February 174I (P.C.C. 
52 Lisle). He marr. istly 
Parnell, dau. of Francis 
Tyringham. 

133 



=Elizabeth, born i December, 
bapt. at Stanford u December 
1706; marr. 17 ^Lly 1744; 
executrix to her husband's will 
10 February 174J; died in 
January 1755. Will dated 18 
January 1755, proved i Feb- 
ruary 1755, by Sir Thomas 
("ave, baronet, brother (P.C.C. 
53 Paul). 2nd wife. 



Charles Cave, bapt. at Eydon, co. Northampton, 
20 July 1682 ; of Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 24 November 1698 ; of the 
Middle Temple 1 700 ; drowned in November 
1703- 



Roger Cave, bur. 
at Stanford, co. 
Northampton, i 
August 1685. 



Penelope, bapt. at Eydon 
24 July 1683; died 4 
June 1726. She mar- 
ried John Cressvvell 
Wentworth. 



Richard Thomson^ 
of Lincoln's Inn, 
Prothonotary of 
the Court of 
Common Pleas ; 
admitted to Lin- 
coln's Inn 3 June 
1732; died before 
18 January 1755, 
bur. at Ewell, co. 
Surrey. 



=Penelope, bapt. 
at St. Martin's-in- 
the-Fields, West- 
minster, 10 May 
1709; died at 
Ewell 3 Octo- 
ber 1786. Will 
dated 29 Novem- 
ber 1780, with 
codicils dated 3 
April 1783 and 8 
June 1 785, proved 
14 November 
1786 (P.C.C. 589 
Norfolk). 



Sir Thomas Cave of Stanford, co.=f= 
Northampton, baronet; born 27 
May, bapt. at St. Martin's-in-the- 
Fields, \Vestminster, 4 June 1712 ; 
of Balliol College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 3 November 1729; succeeded 
his brother. Sir Verney Cave, as 
5th baronet, 13 September 1734; 
of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at- 
Law 1735 ; M.P. for co. Leicester 
7 May 1 741 and 25 March 1762 
to 1774; D.C.L. (Oxford) 7 April 
1756; died 7 August, bur. at 
Stanford 17 August 1778. Will 
dated 30 August 1776, with codicil 
dated 3 May 1778, proved 4 
September 1778 (P.C.C. 349 Hay). 



Elizabeth Davies, 
dau. and heir of 
Griffith Davies of 
Theddingworth, co. 
Leicester, M.D., 
by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of Sir 
John Burgoyne, 
3rd baronet ; marr. 
in 1736 ; bur. at 
Stanford 6 May 
1759- 



Sir Thomas Cave of Stanford, baronet; born 22 August, = 
bapt. at Stanford 6 September 1737 ; of Balliol College, 
Oxford, matriculated i April 1756; created D.C.L. 
1773; succeeded his father as 6th baronet 7 August 
1778; F.R.S. and F.S.A. 1799; Sheriff of co. Leicester 
1780; died in Upper Grosvenor Street, London, 30 May, 
bur. at Stanford 8 June 1780. Will dated 3 March 1777, 
with codicil dated 28 April 1779, proved 4 July 1780 
(P.C.C. 352 Collins). 



=Sarah Edwards, dau. and co-heir of 
John Edwards of London and 
Bristol, merchant, by Sarah Holford 
his wife; marr. in 1765; died at 
Kingsthorpe, co. Northampton, 
aged 79, bur. at Stanford 31 July 
1819. 



134 



Bennet, Earl of Harborough, bapt. at=Elizabeth, born 17 February, 

Whissendine, co. Rutland, 3 September bapt. at Stanford, co. North- 

1709; succeeded his father as 3rd Earl 30 

July 1750; died, aged 60, 23 February 

1770, bur. at Stapleford, co. Leicester. 

\\'ill dated 24 November 1767, proved 

3 March 1770 (P.C.C. 102 Jenner). He 

married istly Lady Elizabeth (Verney), 

dau. of Ralph, ist Earl Verney ; 2ndly, 

Frances, dau. and coheir of William Noel, 

Justice of the Common Pleas ; and 

3rdly, Margaret, dau. of Thomas Hill of 

Hintlesham, co. Suffolk. 



ampton, 3 March i7f^; 
marr. there 9 October 1767, 
marriage settlements dated 
8 October 1767 ; executrix to 
her husband's will 3 March 
1770; died 5 March 1797, 
bur. at Stapleford. Will 
dated 19 June 1792, proved 
20 March 1797 (P.C.C. 
162 Exeter). 4th wife. 



Penelope Cave, born 
I June, bapt. at Stan- 
ford 16 June 1 741 ; 
died at Twickenham, 
CO. Middlesex, 28 
April, bur. at Stan- 
ford 7 May 1 77 1. 
Will dated 22 March 
177 1, proved 31 
May 1 77 1 (P.C.C. 
201 Trevor). 



Sir Thomas Cave of= 
Stanford, baronet ; born 
at Highgate, co. Middle- 
sex, 6 October 1766, 
bapt. there the next 
day; of Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 
28 October 1785; suc- 
ceeded his father as 7 th 
baronet 30 May 1780 ; 
M.P. for CO. Leicester 
28 June 1790; died at 
Stanford 1 5 January, 
bur. there 27 January 
1792. Will dated 13 
March 1791, proved 
14 February 1792 
(P.C.C. 65 Fountain). 



=Lady Lucy Sherrard, 
dau. of Robert, 4th 
Earl of Harborough, 
by Jane his 2nd 
wife, dau. of William 
Reeve ; born at 
Southwell, CO. Not- 
tingham, 1 3 October 
1769 ; marr. 3 June 
1791 ; died at 35 
Grosvenor Square, 
London, 27 March 
1858. She married 
2ndly the Hon'^''^ 
Philip Bouverie, 
afterwards Pusey. 



Henry Otvvay=j=.Sarah, Baroness Braye, born 
of Castle Ot- 2 July, bapt. at St. Marylebone's, 
way, CO. Tip- London, 4 August 1768; marr. 
perary ; High at St. George's, Hanover Square, 
Sheriff for CO. London, 25 February 1790; 
Leicester 1804; succeeded her brother in the 
died 13 Sep- Stanford estates 15 January 1792; 
tember 1815. took by Royal Licence dated 12 
March 1818, the additional name 
of Cave; became Baroness Braye 
by Letters Patent dated 3 Oc- 
tober 1839, terminating the 
abeyance in her favour ; died 
at 14 Great Stanhope Street, 
Mayfair, London, 21 February, 
bur. at Stanford 4 March 1862. 
M.L 



135 



John Moses of Hull, co. York ; marr.= 
2ndly at Stanford, co. Northampton, 1 1 
January 1773, marriage settlements dated 
9 January 1773; died before 30 August 
1776. I St husband. 



=Margaret, born 5 Sep-= 
tember, bapt. at Stan- 
ford 19 September 
1742 ; living 19 June 
1792. 



=Thomas Robinson of Ken- 
sington, CO. Middlesex ; 
marr. after 24 November 
1780; living 19 June 1792. 
2nd husband. 



Sir Henry Etherington=j=Maria Constantia, born 13 

of Hull, CO. York, 

baronet ; Alderman of 

Hull ; created a 

baronet 22 November 

1775; died, aged 87, 

16 August 1819. 



A 



January, bapt. at Stanford 
2 February i74|-; marr. 
there i June 1773, 
marriage settlements dated 
19 May 1773; living 19 
June 1792. 



Rev. Sir Charles Cave, baronet. Rector of 
Finedon, co. Northampton ; born 26 
October, bapt. the same day, and received 
into the church at Stanford 1 7 November 
1746; of Balliol College, O.xford, matricu- 
lated 7 March 1766, B.A. 1769, M.A. 
1772, F.S.A. 1 78 1 ; Rector of Finedon 
and Vicar of Theddingworth, co. Leices- 
ter ; died at Theddingworth 2 1 March, 
bur. at Stanford 29 March 18 10. 



Rev. Thomas Marriott, Rector of St. Michael=^ 
Bassishaw, London, and Chaplain-in-Ordinary 
to the King ; Fellow of Pembroke College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1759, M.A. 1761, D.D. 
1774; Rector of St. Michael's Bassishaw, 
London, 17 November 1762, Prebendary of 
Westminster 17 December 1772 ; died at 
Bristol 16 September 1781. Will dated 5 
June 1 781, proved 20 November 1781 
(P.C.C. 544 IVebsier). 



=Anne, born 16 April, 
bapt. privately 1 7 April, 
and received into the 
church at Stanford 27 
May 1748; marr. there 
21 January 1777 ; 
executrix to her hus- 
band's will 20 Novem- 
ber 1781 ; living 19 
June 1792. 



Isabella Cave, born 22 
July, bapt. privately 
the same day, and 
received into the 
church 13 August 
1750 ; living in 1807. 




Cave of Strcttoii-eii-lc-Field, co. Derby. 



Cave-Browne. 

[Vol. 9, p. 21.] 



Martlia Urowne,= 
(lau. and heir of 
John IJrownc of 
i^ydon,co. North- 
ani[)ton, (.'lerk of 
the I'arUainent. 
I St wife. 



=Sir Roger Cave of Stan- = 
ford, CO. Northampton, 
haronet ; bapt. at Stan- 
ford 2 1 September 1655 ; 
Sheriff of co. Nortliami)- 
ton 1679 ; M. P. for 
Coventry 1685 and 1689; 
died, aged 49, bur. at 
Stanford 7 October 1703. 



(.S>(' pa«:e 132.) 



=Mary Bromley, 
dau. of Sir Wil- 
ham Bromley 
of Ha<4inton, co. 
Warwick, K.B.; 
died 22 No- 
vember, buried 
at Stanford 1 1 
December 1721. 
2nd wife. 



Sir ^^'illiam Dix-= 
well of Coton 
Hall, CO. War- 
wick, baronet ; 
Sheriff of co. 
Warwick 1715 ; 
created a baronet 
II June 1 7 16 ; 
died 14 January 
1757. Adminis- 
tration granted i 
February 175 7, to 
William Dixwell 
Grimes, nephew, 
and Anna Maria 
Cracraft, niece 
(P.C.C.) 



'Mary, bapt. at 
Eydon 29 Sep- 
tember 1693 ; 
died 1 1 Feb- 
ruary 171I, 
bur. at Church- 
over, CO. War- 
wick. M.I. 



Sir Hollond Egerton of= 
Heaton, co. Lancaster, 
and Farthinghoe, co. 
Northampton, baronet ; of 
Brasenose College, Oxford, 
matriculated 10 October 
1704, aged 15; succeeded 
his father as 4th baronet 
4 November 1729; marr. 
at Thorpe Mandeville, co. 
Northampton, 27 March 
1712; died at Heaton, 
aged 44, 25 April 1730, 
bur. at Madeley, co. 
Salop. Will dated 2 1 April 
1730, proved 9 December 
1730 (P.C.C. 329 Auber). 
I St husband. /^ 



=Eleanor, born= 
22 June, bapt. 
at Stanford 
2 July 1696 ; 
died at Heaton 
26 September 
1734- 



=John Brooke, 
son of Sir Tho- 
mas Brooke of 
Norton, CO. 
Chester, 3rd 
baronet ; mar- 
ried in 1732. 
2nd husband. 



Roger Cave of Eydon, and=j=Katherine Browne, dau. and heir of William Browne of 

Stretton-en-le-Field, co. Derby, esquire, by Katherine his wife, 
dau. and heir of Zouch Tate of de la Pre Abbey, co. North- 
ampton, esquire; marr. in 1721 ; died, aged 69, 6 March 1772, 
bur. at Loughborough, co. Leicester. M.L Administration 
granted 15 April 1772 (P.C.C.) 



of Raunston, co. Leicester, 
esquire; bapt. at Stanford 10 
April 1700; died 2 March, bur. 
at Raunston 5 March 174". 



William Bromley 
Cave, died in 
1788. 



Frances Inge, dau.= 
of Theodore William 
Inge of Thorpe Con- 
stantine, co. Stafford, 
and grand-daughter of 
William and Frances 
Inge (see page ji) ; 
marr. at Thorpe 
Constantine 6 De- 
cember 1757 ; bur. 
there 25 October 
1758. ist wife. 



=John Cave -Browne of= 
Stretton Hall, in the parish 
of Stretton-en-le-Field, co. 
Derby ; took the additional 
name of Browne by Act of 
Parliament 1752 ; adminis- 
trator to his mother 15 
April 1772; died 2 Octo- 
ber 1798. Will dated 26 
February 1789, with codicil 
dated 18 April 1796, 
proved 28 March 1799 
(P.C.C. 169 Hoive). 

137 



=Katherine Asteley, dau. 
and heir of Thomas 
Asteley of Wood Eaton, 
CO. Stafford ; marr. 3 
January 1764, marriage 
settlements dated 29 De- 
cember 1763; executrix 
to her husband's will 28 
March 1799; died 8 Se[)- 
tember 181 1. 2nd wife. 



Penelope, bapt. at Raunston, 
CO. Leicester, 26 November 
1736; died 6 December 1791. 
She married Thomas Mould. 



Louisa Margaretta 
Cave, bur. at 
Raunston 16 July 
1738- 



Francis Cave, died 
young, bur. at 
Loughborough, co. 
Leicester. M.I. 



Edward Cave, bapt. 
at Raunston i5 July 
1738 ; bur. there 23 
January 174I. 



Thomas Cave, bapt. at 
Raunston 1 1 October, 
bur. there 13 October 
1740. 



Rev. James Chambers of Stretton-en-le-Field,=j=Anna Maria, executrix 
CO. Derby; died 9 May 1790. Will dated to her husband's will 
13 June 1785, proved 21 July 1790 (P.C.C. 21 July 1790. 
323 Bishop). /)s_ 



Sir William Cave-Brown-Cave of Stanford, co. Northampton,^ 
and of Stretton Hall, baronet ; born 19 February, bapt. at 
Stretton-en-le-Field 25 March 1765; succeeded his cousin, the 
Rev. Sir Charles Cave as 9th baronet 21 March 1810; assumed 
the surname of Cave in addition to, and after that of Cave- 
Browne, which surnames were confirmed to his issue male, 
together with the arms of Browne, quarterly, with those of Cave, 
by Royal Licence dated 18 January 1839; died, aged 73, 
24 August, bur. at Stretton-en-le-Field 29 August 1838. Brass 
Tablet on wall of chancel. Will dated 14 October 1835, proved 
12 November 1838, by the Rev. Edward Sacheverell Cave- 
Brown-Cave, son and sole executor (P.C.C. 686 Nkholl). 
He marr. istly at Croxall, co. Derby, 13 October 1788, Sarah, 
dau. of Thomas Princep of Croxall, who was bur. at Stretton-en- 
le-Field 21 June 1790, having had issue a son who died young. 



^Louisa Wilmot, 4th dau. of 
Sir Robert Meade Wilmot 
of Chaddesden, co. Derby, 
baronet, by Mary his wife, 
dau. and heir of William 
Woollett ; born 8 February 
1 771, bapt. privately the 
same day (baptism registered 
at Chaddesden) ; marr. at 
Stretton-en-le-Field 4 Jan- 
uary 1793; died, aged 53, 
23 April, bur. at Stretton- 
en-le-Field 30 April 1824. 
2nd wife. 



/K 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. XL, page ISJ.) 



Rev. John Cave-Browne,=pMargaret Haymes, dau. 



Rector of .Stretton-en-le- 
Field; born 20 September, 
bapt. at Stretton-en-le- 
Field 7 November 1767 ; 
of Pembroke College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1790, 
^LA. 1703; Rector of 
Stretton-en-le-Field 1792; 
died there 22 March 1843. 



of Robert Haymes of 
Great Glen, co. Leicester, 
by Mary his wife, dau. of 
Peter Ragg of Great 
Wigston, CO. Leicester : 
marr. at Kibworth, co. 
Leicester, i May 1798 ; 
died 21 November 185 1. 



A 



138 



Charles Cave- Thomas Cave-Browne, 
Browne. bapt. at Stretton-en-le- 

Field 8 February 1777; 
died in 1837. 



Lieut. -Colonel Edward Cave-Browne of Taunton, 
CO. Somerset; born 15 November, bapt. at 
Stretton-en-le- Field, CO. Derby, 27 December 1779; 
of the Bengal Infantry, Cadet 1800, Ensign 1801, 
Lieutenant 22nd Native Infantry 5 March 1804, 
Captain 16 June 18 16, Major 44th Bengal 
Infantry i May 1824, retired as Lieut. -Colonel 
27 May 1828; died at Taunton, aged 61, 26 
July, bur. there 31 July 1841. Will dated 
22 February 1839, proved 5 October 1841, 
bv Robert Bruce Raban, one of the executors 
(i'.C.C.) A 



=Ann Raban, dau. of Thomas Raban of 
Calcutta, India; bom 12 August 1794; 
marr. at Agra, Bengal Presidency, 8 October 
1815 ; died at 13 Homefield Road, Wim- 
bledon, CO. Surrey, in her 82nd year, on 
Tuesday, 11 July, bur. there 15 July 1876. 
Will dated 4 March 1859, proved 5 August 
1876, by her sons, the Rev. John Cave- 
Browne, Rev. William Henry Cave-Browne, 
and Edward Raban Cave-Browne (Prin. 
Reg., 624, 7(3) 



{For issue see "Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. /A'., page 21.) 



Thomas Fownes Luttrell,= 
Lieutenant 89th Foot 
4 February 1783, Lieut. - 
Colonel Loyal Somerset- 
shire Fencible Infantry 
30 October 1794; died 
at Bath, co. Somerset, 
19 January, bur. at Bath 
Abbey 27 January 181 1. 
Administration (with will 
dated 19 July 1809) 
granted 2 1 March 1 8 1 1 , to 
Catherine Luttrell, relict 
(P.C.C. 131 Crickitt). 



I . I . 

=Catharine. Samuel Knight of=Frances, died at 

Milton House, 
aged 75, 9 De- 
cember 1S44. 
\Vill dated 8 
May 1 844, proved 
I 7 fanuarv 1845 
(P.C.C. 48, 45). 



Milton House, 
CO. Cambridge. 
Will dated 20 
September 1834, 
proved 10 Au- 
gust 1835, ^ by 
Frances Knight, 
relict (P.C.C. 498 
Glostcr). 



Elizabeth Cave- 
Browne, died 
before 1837. 



Rev. Lebbeus Charles=j=Anna Maria, 
Humfrey, Rector of marr. injan- 
Laughton, co. Leices- uary 1797. 
ter ; of Peterhouse, 
Cambridge, LL.B. 

1796 ; Rector of 
Laughton 1797, Pre- 
bendary of Lincoln 
1802 ; died in June 
1833- A 



William Haymes of=j=Louisa, marr. Harriet Cave- 



Kibworth, co. Leicester 
(son of Robert Haymes 
of Great Glen, co. 
Leicester) ; bapt. at 
(jreat Glen 14 October 
1773; died 10 January 
1827, bur. at Kibworth. 



6 November 
1799 : died, 
aged 40, 10 
August 1819, 
bur. at Kib- 
worth. M.I. 



Browne ; died 
before 1837. 



Selina, married 
Samuel Codner 
of Dartmouth, 
CO. Devon. 



/N 



139 



Lillingston. 

[Vol. 9, P- 33- J 



Ursula Eedes,= 
marr. at St. 
Martin's, Bir- 
mingham, 20 
December 1664; 
bur. there 23 
July 1685. ist 
wife. 



Pedigree of Spooner. 



= Abraham Spooner of Edgbaston Street, Birmingham (son of=^(?) Bridget, bur. 



John Spooner of St. Martin's, Birmingham, by Katherine his 
wife); bapt. at St. Martin's, Birmingham, 8 January i64f; 
died, aged 59, 30 April, bur. at St. Martin's, Birmingham, 
2 May 1 701. M.I. He marr. 2ndly ...(?) bur. at St. 
Martin's, Birmingham, 19 December 1687. =j= 



Martha, bapt. at St. Martin's, Birmingham, 
3 February i68y; (?) marr. there 22 October 
1705, Robert Macham. 



at St. Martin's, 
Birmingham, 22 
January 169^. 



3rd wife. 



Isaac Spooner of Aston, =Elizabeth Brand- John Spooner, bapt. Katherine Spooner, 
CO. Warwick ; bapt. at St. wood, dau. and at St. Martin's, bapt. at -St. Martin's, 
Martin's, Birmingham, 8 heir of Richard Birmingham, 4 No- Birmingham, 21 No- 
October 1665; died in Brandwood of vember, bur. there vember 1668; bur. 
1727, bur. at Aston. Aston. 30 November 1666. there 21 November 

1670. 



Katherine Spooner, bapt. at St. Sarah, bapt. at St. John Spooner, bapt. at St. 
Martin's, Birmingham, 2 1 July Martin's, Birmingham, Martin's, Birmingham, i April 
1672 ; bur. there 29 August 1676. 26 October 1676. 1678; bur. there 16 May 1681. 



Anne Birch, dau.= 
of George Birch 
of Harborne, co. 
Stafford, by Mary 
his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Foster. 
I St wife. 



Anne, born 10 
May 1730 ; died 
s.p. in 1 8 14, bur. 
at Brinklow, co. 
\\"ar\vick. She 
married Capel 
Bond of Coven- 
try, CO. Warwick ; 
died before 181 4. 



=Abraham Spooner of Elmdon Hall,= 
CO. Warwick ; bapt. at St. Martin's, 
Birmingham. 14 May 1691 ; died, 
aged 98, 6 May, bur. at Elmdon 14 
May 1788. M.I. {see "Fragmenta 
Genealogica" Vol. VII., page 60). 
Will dated 9 November 1779, proved 
13 June 1788 (P.C.C. 325 Calvert). 



=Anne Knight, 4th dau. of Richard 
Knight of Downton Castle, co. 
Hereford, by Elizabeth Payne his 
wife; marr. 24 June 1733; died at 
Elmdon, aged 75, 27 October, bur. 
there 4 November 1783. M.I. (see 
'''' Fragmenta Genealogica" Vol. VII., 

page 60). 2nd wife. 



Isaac Spooner of Elmdon Hall ;= 
born 3 March 173!; executor 
to his father's will 13 June 
1788; died at 21 Royal 
Crescent, Bath, co. Somerset, 
aged 80, I June, bur. at 
Elmdon 14 June 1816. M.I. 
{see "Fragmenta Genealogica," 
Vol. VII, page 62). Will 
dated 31 January 1816, proved 
23 October 1816 (P.C.C. 
543 ^Vvnne). 



=Barbara Gough (sister of ist Lord Calthorpe), 
eldest dau. of Sir Henry Gough of Edgbas- 
ton, CO. Warwick, baronet, by Barbara his 
2nd wife, dau. of Reynolds Calthorpe of 
Elvetham, co. Hants; born 21 March 174!; 
marr. at Edgbaston 19 January 1770; died 
at Elmdon 26 March, bur. there 5 April 
1826. M.I. {see "Fragmenta Genealogica," 
Vol. VII, page 62). Will dated 17 No- 
vember 1820, with two codicils dated 29 
April 1823 and 24 March 1824, proved 
20 June 1826 (P.C.C. 348 Swabey). 



140 



Elizabeth Spooncr of 
Alton House, Solihull, 
CO. Warwick ; born 19 
July 1737 ; bur. at 
Elmdon, eo. Warwick, 
2 June 181 5. 



Mary Spooiier of Alton House, Solihull ; 
born 19 March 173S; '^"''- ^' Elmdon 
24 May 1823. Will dated 5 July 182 1, 
[jrovcd 16 July 1823 (P.C.C. 440 Richards). 



.\l)raham S])ooner, 
born 5 February 
174" ; died 2 Jan- 
uary 1745. 



Richard Geast of=Chri.st!ana, born 24 June 1742 ; 

King's Norton, marr. 22 April 1787; executrix 
to her hu.sband's will 4 July 
1797 ; died in 1824, bur. 
at Haiidsworth, co. Stafford. 
Will dated 19 July 1820, proved 
15 June 1825 (P.C.C. 318 
St. Albans). 



CO. Worcester, 
gent; died 6 June 
1797. Will dated 
23 August 1796, 
proved 4 July 

1797 (I'-c.c. 

495 Exeter). 



Richard S[)ooner, 
born 24 January, 
died 8 April 1 743. 



Abraham Spooncr, born 
22 January 1745 ; died 
at Buxton, co. Derby, 
aged 31, 25 Novem- 
lier, bur. at Elmdon 
2 December 1777. 
M.I. {see ''Frog- 
men ta Genea/os;ica," 
Vol. VII., fai^e 60). 



Abraham Spooner Liningston= 
of Elmdon Hall ; born at 
Birches Green, co. Warwick, 
on Tuesday, 6 November, 
bapt. privately the same day, 
and received into the church 
at Aston, co. Warwick, 12 
December 1770; admitted to 
Rugby School in 1783; as- 
sumed by Royal Licence dated 
16 August 1797, the name of 
Lillingston ; killed by the 
falling of a tree near Whar 
Hall, Elmdon, aged 63, 29 
May, bur. at Elmdon 5 June 
1834. M.I. (see "■Fragmenla 
Genealogica" Vol. VII., page 
57). Administration granted 
18 August 1834 (P.C.C.) 



=Elizabeth Mary 
Agnes Lillings- 
ton, only child 
and heir of 
Luke Lillingston 
of The Grange, 
North P'erriby, 
and Kirby Grin- 
dalith, CO. York ; 
born 8 September 
1 7 7 1 ; marr. at 
St.MaryAbbott's, 
Kensington, Lon- 
don, 19 August 
1797 ; died at 
Elmdon House, 
in her 59th year, 
6 January, bur. at 



Elmdon 



Tan- 



uary 1830. M.I. 
{see '■'■ Fragmenta 
Genealogical^ Vol. 
VII., page 58). 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and 
IVales," Vol. IX., page 33.) 



=Barbara Anne, 
born at Birches 
Green, bapt. 
there 24 De- 
cember 1771 ; 
marr. at VVal- 
cot, CO. Somer- 
set, 30 May 
1797 ; died at 
the Vicarage, 
East Farleigh, 
CO. Kent, 21 
April 1847. 



14T 



William \\'ilberforce, the' 
celebrated philanthropist 
(only son of Robert \\'ilber- 
force of Hull, co. York) ; born 
at Hull 24 August 1759; 
educated at Pocklington and 
at St. John's College, Cam- 
bridge, admitted October 
1776, B.A.I 78 1, M.A.I 788; 
M.P. for Hull II September 
1780, for CO. York 7 April 
1784 to 181 2, and for 
Bramlicr 7 October 1812 to 
1825 ; leader in Parliament 
of the movement for the 
Abolition of the Slave Trade 
1787 to 25 March 1807, 
when the Bill received the Royal Assent ; 
a founder of the Church Missionary 
Society and the Bible Society ; author of 
"A Practical View of the Prevailing 
Religious Systems" and "An Appeal . . 
on behalf of the Negro Slaves of the West 
Indies " ; died at 44 Cadogan Place, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 29 July, bur. 
in Westminster Abbey 5 August 1833. 
Statue there. Will dated 11 April 1831, 
with six codicils dated 30 July 1831 
to II July 1833, proved 4 December 
1833 (P.C.C. 794 Farquhar). Portraits 
{as a boy) by John Russell, R.A., and 
Sir Thomas lawrence, P.R.A., in the 
National Portrait Gallery. /(y 

{For issue see " Visitation of England 
and Wales," Vol. XVI, page ijj.) 



Charlotte Elizabeth 
Spooner, born at 
Birches Green, co. 
Warwick, 24 August 
1773 ; died 4 No- 
vember, bur. at Elm- 
don, CO. Warwick, 
7 November 1778. 



Isaac Spooner, born at Birches Green= 
12 November 1774, bapt. at Aston, co. 
Warwick ; educated at Rugby and St. 
John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1796, 
M.A. 1799; of Lincoln's Inn, admitted 
7 May 1795; J. P. for co. Warwick; 
died at 13 Suffolk Square, Cheltenham, 
CO. Gloucester, aged 74, 12 January, 
bur. in Elmdon Church 18 January 
1849. M.I. (see " Fragmenta Genea- 
logica" Vol. VII., page §g). Will dated 
21 August 1843, proved 12 February 
1849, by Isaac Spooner, son (P.C.C. 
141, 49). 



^Elizabeth Lucy Tyler, dau. of John 
Tyler of Redland, co. Gloucester; 
marr. at Westbury-on-Trym, co. 
Gloucester, 13 August 1807 ; 
died at 13 Suffolk Square, Chel- 
tenham, aged 72, 10 October, 
bur. in Elmdon Church 1 1 Oc- 
tober 1854. M.I. {see '■'■Frag- 
menta Genealogica," Vol. VII., 

page jp). Will dated 22 April 
1851, proved 14 November 
1854, by Isaac Spooner, son, 
and Frances Spooner, spinster, 
daughter (P.C.C. 856, 54). 



A\ 



Anne Jane Johnson, = 
3rd dau. of Nathaniel 
Palmer Johnson of 
Burleigh Fields, co. 
Leicester, by Sarah 
his wife, dau. of 
John Gold ; marr. 
at Loughborough, 
CO. Leicester, 3 
March 1810 ; died 
at Leamington, co. 
Warwick, aged 56, 
13 December, bur. at 
Elmdon 19 Decem- 
ber 1829. ist wife. 



=Henry Spooner of Gracechurch Street,= 
London, banker; born at Birches Green 10 
July 1776; admitted to Rugby School Mid- 
summer 1785; Cornet 15th Light Dragoons 
1799, Lieutenant 12 June 1801, retired 25 
June 1802; died at Grosvenor Square, South- 
ampton, aged 72, 19 April 1849. Will dated 
14 October 1848, proved 29 June 1849, 
(P.C.C. 475, 49). 



=Elmina, eldest dau. of 
James Law Stewart of 
Jamaica, West Indies ; 
marr. at Bisham, co. Berks, 
12 August 1835; execu- 
trix to her husband's will 
29 June 1849. She mar- 
ried 2ndly Lieut.-Colonel 
Eyre John Crabbe of 
Highfield, near South- 
ampton, K.H. 2nd wife. 



Henry Stewart Spooner, died unmarried at Roseneath, Bassett, co. 
Hants, aged 64, on Saturday, 24 January 1903. Administration 
granted at the Principal Registry 28 April 1903, to Colonel Eyre 
Macdonell Stewart Crabbe. 



Rev. George Lillingston, 3rd son of Abraham Spooner^Barbara Anne, born at Leamington 28 



Lillingston of Elmdon Hall, by Elizabeth Mary Agnes 
his wife (see previous page) ; born at Lyme Regis, co. 
Dorset, 6 April 1807; of Worcester College, Oxford, 
matriculated 29 January 1828, B.A. 1832, M.A. 
1836; Vicar of St. John's, Southend, co. Essex, 1842 
until his death ; died at The Chauntry, Ipswich, co. 
Suffolk, 29 March, bur. at Elmdon 5 April 1848. 
Will dated 4 August 1837, proved 15 June 1848, 
(P.C.C. 487, 48). A 



August 1807; marr. at the parish church, 
Cheltenham, 17 July 1832; died at 
42 Royal York Crescent, Clifton, co. 
Gloucester, 20 December, bur. at Elmdon 
28 December 1858. Will dated 15 June 
1855, with codicil dated 14 June 1858, 
proved at Bristol 17 January 1859. 



(For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. IX., page 36.) 



142 



Ven'"'' William Spooner, Archdeacon of Coventry ; born at=i=Anna Maria Sidney O'Brien, dau. 



Birches Green, co. Warwick, 20 August, bapt. privately the 
same day, received into the church at Aston, co. Warwick, 
28 November 1778; educated at Rugby and St. John's 
College, Oxford, matriculated 20 October 1796, B.A. 1800, 
M.A. 1803 ; Rector of Elmdon, co. Warwick, 30 November 
1802, Vicar of Chipping (Camden, co. Gloucester, 30 
April 1815, Rector of Acle, co. Norfolk, 8 May 1824, 
Archdeacon of Coventry 1827-51, I'rebendary of Lichfield 
1828; died at the Rectory, Elmdon, aged 79, 2 September, 
bur. at Elmdon 9 September 1857. M.I. (see " Fragmenta 
Genealogica" Vol. VII., page 61). 



of the Rt. Hon''''' Sir Lucius 
O'Brien of Dromoland, co. Clare, 
3rd baronet, by Anne his wife, 
dau. of Robert French of Monivae, 
CO. Galway ; marr. at Xewington, 
CO. Kent, ii Se[)teniber 1810; 
died at the Rectory, Elmdon, 
aged 63, 24 December, bur. at 
Elmdon 31 December 1846. M.L 
{see "Fragmen/a Genealogica" Vol. 
VII., page 61). 



A 

{For issue see "Visitation of E/ii;hiiid and IFales," 
Vol. XVI., page 141.) 



Rev. Edward Vansittart Neale of Allesley rark,=j=Anne, born at 



CO. VVarwick (2nd son of George Vansittart of 
Bisham Park, co. Berks) ; of New College, 
O.xford, matriculated 20 May 1788, aged 18, 
B.C.L. 1796; Rector of Taplow, co. Bucking- 
ham, 1803; took by Royal Licence the name 
of Neale on succeeding to the Allesley Park 
estates 14 November 1805; died at Taplow, 
aged 80, 21 January 1850. He marr. istly 
Jane, dau. of Samuel Gardiner of Coombe 
Lodge, CO. O.xford. Will dated 2 September 
1848, with codicil dated 14 September 1848, 
proved 27 February 1850 (P.C.C. 143, 50). 



A 



Birches Green 
16 February 
1780; marr. 
at the Square 
Chapel, Bath, 
CO. Somerset, 
(?) 26 January 
1809; e.xecu- 
tri.x to her 
husband's will 
27 F'ebruary 
850. 



Eliza Spooner, born at Birches 
Green 6 August 1781 ; died 
at Taplow, aged 36, 3 Sep- 
tember, bur. at Elmdon 1 2 
September 1817. M.L {see 
" Ffai(me/!ta Genealogica," 
Vol. '^VII., page 61). Will 
dated at Elmdon 13 .Sep- 
tember 18 16, with codicil 
dated at Taplow i August 
181 7, proved 25 February 
18 r 8 (P.C.C. 98 Cressivell). 



Richard Spooner of Glindon House, co.^ 
Warwick, and of Birmingham, banker ; 
born at Birches Green 28 July 1783, bapt. 
at Aston ; admitted to Rugby School in 
Midsummer 1796 ; M.P. for Birmingham 
15 July 1844, and for North Warwick 16 
August 1847 to 1864 ; died at Leamington, 
CO. Warwick, aged 8t, 24 November, bur. 
at Elmdon 30 November 1864. Will 
dated 27 April 1864, proved at Birming- 
ham II August 1865, by his sons, the 
Rev. Isaac and Richard Spooner. /(\ 



Charlotte Wetherell, dau. 
of the Very Rev. Nathan 
Wetherell, D.D., Dean 
of Hereford ; marr. at 
St. Peter's-in-the-East, 
Oxford, 20 December 
1804 ; died at Lea- 
mington, aged 81, 14 
February, bur. at Elmdon 
21 February i860. 



Rev. John Spooner, born 
at Birches Green 10 
January 1 785, bapt. at 
Aston ; of St. John's 
College, Cambridge, B..\. 
1810: Rector of Elve- 
tham, CO. Hants ; died 
at Alet par C'laye, Seine- 
at-Marne, France, 20 
.\pril 1S41, bur. there. 



■4J 



Maternal Descent of Barbara Spooner, wife 
of IVilliam IVilberforce. 



Barbara, 
dau. of Sir Henry Cholmley 
of Whitby, co. York, knight ; 
died 28 February, bur. at 
Coxwold, CO. York, 7 March 
i6i|. 



Barbara 

(eldest dau.), bapt. at Co.x- 
wold II October 1609 ; 
marr. at Kensington, co. 
Middlesex, 7 July 1631 ; 
died 31 December 1641, 
bur. at St. Martin's-in-the- 
Fields, Westminster. 



=Thomas, Lord Fauconberg, 
son and heir of Sir Thomas Belasyse 
of Newborough, co. York, baronet ; 
M.P. for Thirsk 1597, 1621 and 1624; 
knighted 19 July 1603; succeeded his 
father as 2nd baronet 19 August 1624, 
created, 25 May 1627, Baron Faucon- 
berg of Yarum, and 31 January 164!, 
Viscount Fauconberg Henknowle ; died 
in 1652, bur. at Coxwold. Will dated 
4 September 1649, proved 12 July 1653 
(P.C.C. 68 Brent). 



=Sir Henry Slingsby, 

of Scriven, co. York, baronet, 2nd son 
and heir of Sir Henry Slingsby of 
Scriven, knight ; created a baronet 
2 March 162I ; M.P. for Knares- 
borough 23 April 1625, 31 March and 
13 October 1640 ; imprisoned at Hull 
in 1651 ; executed on Tower Hill as a 
Royalist plotter 8 June 1658, bur. at 
Knaresborough. 



Barbara 

(only dau.), born 14 May 

1633- 



Barbara 

(2nd dau. and co-heir) ; 
marr. at St. Martin's-in-the- 
Fields, Westminster, 11 July 
1689, marriage Hcence 
(Faculty Office) dated 4 July, 
then aged about 18 ; died at 
Brandon, co. Warwick, aged 
98, 31 January 1763, bur. 
at Easton Maudit, co. 
Northampton. M.I. Will 
dated 13 July 1759, proved 
5 February 1763 (P.C.C. 70 
Ccesar). 



=Sir John Talbot 

of Lacock, CO. Wilts, knight, son of 
Sharington Talbot of Salwarpe, co. 
Worcester, and of Lacock, esquire ; born 
7 June 1630; knighted at Whitehall 
6 June 1660 ; F.R.S. 1663 ; died 13 
March 171^, bur. at Lacock. M.L Will 
dated i August 1712. Administration 
granted 13 May 17 14 (P.C.C. 104 Aston). 



=Henry, Viscount de Longueville, 
son of Sir Henry Yelverton, 2nd baronet, 
by his wife, Susan, Baroness Grey de 
Ruthyn ; succeeded his brother as 15th 
Baron Grey de Ruthyn 17 May 1679; 
carried the gilt spurs at the coronation 
of James U., William and Mary, and 
Anne ; created 21 August 1690 Viscount 
de Longueville ; died at Bath, aged 40, 
24 March 170^, bur. at Easton Maudit. 
M.L Will dated 24 February i7of, 
proved i June 1704 (P.C.C. 133 Ash). 



144 



Barbara 

(eldest dau.), administratrix 
to her husband 3 June 1720; 
died 28 May 1724. Adminis- 
tration granted 10 lune 
I724(P.C.C.) 



=j=Reynolds Calthorpe 

of Elvetham, co. Hants, esquire ; died 12 
April 1720, bur. at Elvetham. Will dated 
3 June 17 17. Administration granted 
3 June i72o(P.C.C. 132 Shalkr). 



Barbara 

(only dau.) niarr. 2 July 
1 741 ; died, aged 66, 
13 April 1782, bur. at 
Edgbaston, co. Warwick. 
M.I. Will dated 28 July 
1778 to 2 December 1781, 
proved 3 May 1782 (P.C.C. 
226 Gosth'/ig). 



=Sir Henry Gough 

of Edgbaston, baronet, 2nd son and heir 
of Sir Richard Gough of Edgbaston, 
knight ; admitted to the Middle Temple 
5 May 1725 ; created a baronet 6 April 
1728; M.P. for Totnes 1732, and 
Bramber 1734; died, aged 66, 8 June 
1774, bur. at Edgbaston. M.I. Will 
dated 4 March 1770, with codicil dated 
13 June 1 77 1, proved 2 July 1774 
(P.C.C. 264 JSargrave). 



Barbara 

(eldest dau.), born 21 March 
i74|-; marr. at Edgbaston 
19 January 1770; died at 
Elmdon, co. Warwick, 26 
March, bur. there 5 April 
1826. M.I. 



I 
Barbara 

(eldest dau.), born 24 De- 
cember 1771 ; marr. 30 May 
1797; died 21 April 1847. 
{See page 141). 



=Isaac Spooner, 

born 3 March 173!; <i'2d at Bath, co. 
Somerset, i June, bur. at Elmdon 14 
June 1816. M.I. (See page 140). 



=AVilliam Wilberforce, 

born 24 August 1759; died 29 July, 

bur. in Westminster Abbey 5 August 

1833- 



Barbara 

(eldest dau.), born 21 July 
1799; died at Kensington 
Gore, CO. Middlesex, 30 
December 1821. 



U5 



Gibbons. 

[Vol. 9, p. 45.] 




Pedigree of Gibbons. 



Thomas Gibbons of Ettingsall, in=i= 
Sedgley, co. Stafford, yeoman (son 
of William Gibbons of Sedgley) ; 
aged 80 years and more 30 June 
1612 ; bur. at Sedgley 6 May 16 18. 



William Gibbons of Ettingsall, after- = 
wards of Accleton in Worfield, co. 
Salop ; fined for knighthood ; made a 
settlement dated 31 October 1622 ; 
bur. at Worfield 22 June 1643. Will 
dated 28 March 1643, proved at 
Lichfield 15 October 1647. 



=Dorothy, bur. 
at Sedgley 17 
April 1627. 



Thomas Gibbons of Ettingsall ;=f=Anne Persehouse, only dau. of Edward 



born 26 March 1596; bur. at 
Sedgley 30 September 1637. 



Persehouse of Tyrley Hill, in Sedgley ; 
marr. at Sedgley 7 November 1622, 
marriage settlements dated 31 October. 



William Gibbons, 
bur. at Sedgley 
29 January 162^. 



Eleanor, bapt. William Gibbons of Ettingsall, gent ;= 
at Sedgley 16 bapt. at Sedgley 29 January 163I- ; 
October 1623. mentioned in his grandfather's will 
28 March 1643 ; bur. at Sedgley 
22 August 1683. Will dated 14 
June 1683, proved 16 October 1683 
(Sedgley Manorial Court). 



=Ann Homer, executrix 
to her husband's will 
16 October 1683; bur. 
at Sedgley 19 April 
1715- 



Anna, bapt. 
at Sedgley 
30 Septem- 
ber 1637. 



Thomas Gibbons of Ettingsall, =f=Margaret Persehouse, dau. of Edward Persehouse of Lower 



gent; born 6 September 1655; 
built the house at Ettingsall in 
1682 ; bur. at Sedgley 12 March 
172^. Will dated 13 June 1722, 
proved at Lichfield 7 April 1726. 



Gornall, in Sedgley, gent, by Margaret his 2nd wife, dau. 
of John Astley of Bushbury, co. Stafford; born 16 July 
1657 ; marr. at Sedgley 28 September 1680, marriage 
settlements dated 30 November ; bur. at Sedgley 27 January 
i73f- 



William Gibbons, 
born 22 August, 
bapt. at Sedgley 
6 September 1 68 1 ; 
died in infancy. 



Dorothy, born 28 
October 1682; living 
13 June 1722 ; marr. 
. . . Sheppard. 



Elizabeth, born 9 March, 
bapt. at Sedgley 16 
March i68f ; living 13 
June 1722 ; marr. . . . 
Perry. 



Margaret Gibbons, 
born 28 July, bapt. 
at Sedgley 2 August 
1685 ; hving 13 June 
1722. 



J 46 



Francis Gibbons (2nd son),=Elizabeth Persehouse, dau. of Oliver Persehouse of Tursehill, in 
living 30 June 1612 (C. P. Sedgley, co. Stafford, yeoman; niarr. at Sedgley 13 November 
Car. /., G 64, isg). 1599. 



Benjamin Gibbons of Sedgley,=j=Isabel Green, marr. 

afterwards of Accleton ; Church- I at Sedgley 29 June 

warden of Sedgley 1632; executor 1631. 

to his fiither's will 15 October 

1647; died 24 January, bur. at 

Worfield, co. Salop, 26 January 

i66|. ^ 



Sarah, marr. at 
Sedgley i July 
1632, Edward 
Persehouse. 



Judith, bapt. at 
Sedgley 13 Feb- 
ruary 160^; marr. 
Richard Perse- 
house. 



John Turton.^Anna, born 10 Jan- William Keeling of Sedgley, =f=Eleanor, born 9 November, 



uary 165I; marriage gent; bapt. at Sedgley 16 
settlements dated August 1621 ; bur. there 
I October 1677. 19 February i7o|. Will 

dated 13 June 1702, proved 
at Lichfield 5 June 1703 
{see Vol. J, pages 12 
and 14). 



bapt. at Sedgley 22 Novem- 
ber 1660; marr. there 29 
May 1 683 ; bur. at Sedgley 
8 May 1731. Portrait by 
Sir Peter Lely, in the 
possession of Mrs. Moore 
of Laivnesivood House. 



Anne, born 14 Sarah, born 2 Jane Gibbons, bom 
October, bapt. November 1687 ; 27 October, bapt. 
at Sedgley 17 married William at Sedgley 4 No- 
October 1686; 'Newconibe. vembcri688: died 
married ... in infancy. 
Marston. 



Mary, born 26 Eleanor, born 24 

March, bapt. at August, bapt. at 

Sedgley 6 April Sedgley 30 Au- 

1690 ; married gust 1691 ; married 

. . . Parks. . . . Forrest. 



147 



Anne Gibbons, 
bur. at Sedgley, 
CO. Stafford, 28 
April 1663. 



John Gibbons, bom 22 February, =j=Judith Bennett, dau. of Edward 



bapt. at Sedgley 3 March i66|; 
bur. 25 October 17 16. 



Bennett; marr. at Sedgley in 1690; 
died 9 September 1727. 



Thomas Gibbons, born 
in 1698; living in 1778. 



Jane Gibbons, William Gibbons, Edward Gibbons of=j=Mary Piddock, dau. of Roger 



born 24 Sep- born 10 April, Ettingsall, in Sedgley, 
tember, bapt. bapt. at Sedgley gent ; born 9 Decem- 
at Sedgley 2 16 April 1694; ber 1697; executor to 
October 1692. bur. there 14 April his father's will 7 April 
1716. 1726; bur. at Sedgley 

3 February 174". 



Piddock of Handsworth, co. 
Stafford; marr. 2 April 1723, 
marriage settlements dated 2 
March i72f; bur. at Sedgley 
6 March 1765. She marr. 2ndly 
Dovey Hawkesford of Bilston, 
CO. Stafford. 



Anne Gibbons, 
born 3 April 
1724 ; died be- 
fore 9 July 
1757- 



Thomas Gibbons of 
Ettingsall, gent ; born 
9 March, bapt. at 
Sedgley 1 2 March 
172^; bur. there 25 
September 1759. Will 
dated 20 September 
1759, proved 20 De- 
cember 1759 (P.C.C. 
398 Arran). 



Dorothy Gibbons, 
born 22 November, 
bapt. at Bilston, co. 
Stafford, 30 Novem- 
ber 1728; died at 
Chilton, bur. at 
Atcham, co. Salop, 
14 December 1796. 



John Purton=j=Mary, born 6 



of Eudon Bur- 
nell, in Chet- 
ton, CO. Salop ; 
born at Eudon 
Burnell in 
1722 ; died in 
1781. 



October, bapt. 
at Sedgley 14 
October 1731 ; 
marr. there 
20 November 
1755; bur. at 
Chetton i May 
1777- 



A 



William Gibbons, William Jones of=Sarah, born 8 May, bapt. at Elizabeth Gibbons, 



born 20 April, bapt. 
at Sedgley 1 6 May 
1734 ; bur. there 
6 March 1765. 



Chilton Grove, co. Sedgley 31 May 1737; marr. 

Salop; died 7 Feb- after 20 September 1759; 

ruary, bur. at died 26 December, bur. at 

Atcham 11 Feb- Atcham 27 December 1798. 
ruary 1815. 



born 13 May 1740; 
bur. at Sedgley 10 
May 1746. 



148 



Sarah, bapt. at Sedgley, co. Stafford, 
16 February 1665. 



John Fellow.=Mary, marriage settlements dated 
28 November 1673. 



William Gibbons of=j=Elizabeth Hawkesford, dau. of John 



Ettingsall, in Sedgley, 
esquire ; bapt. at 
Sedgley 2 October 
1673 ; bur. at Sedgley 
31 July 1744. 



Hawkesford of Bilston, co. Stafford, 
by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of John 
Smith ; marr. at Wolverhampton, co. 
Stafford, 27 November 1695 ; bur. 
at Sedgley 5 February i73f. 



Samuel Beech=Jane, married 
of Alscote, in at Sedgley i 
Worfield, co. May 1688, mar- 
Salop, riage settle- 
ments dated 
7 April. 



Elizabeth, bapt. at 
Bilston 17 November 
1696. 



Rev. Benjamin Gibbons, Vicar of Tettenhall, co. Stafford ; bapt. at 
Sedgley 30 October 1702; of Balliol College, Oxford, matriculated 
13 March 172! aged 18, B.A. 1725, M.A. 1728; Curate of Temple 
Balsall, CO. Warwick, 1726, and of Codsall, co. Stafford, 1728, Vicar 
of Tettenhall 1744; died, aged 55, 14 December 1758, bur. at 
Tettenhall. M.I. 



John Gibbons of Kingswinford,= 
CO. Stafford ; born at Sedgley 
17 April, bapt. there 24 April 
1703; died 14 October 1778, 
bur. at Kingswinford. Will 
dated 15 July 1778, proved 
12 Februar)- 1779 (P.C.C. 

51 JJ't!//>U/-/l//l.) 



'Grace Austin, dau. of John 
Austin of Birmingham, by Jane 
his wife; born 10 July 1708; 
marr. in 1728; died 12 August, 
bur. at Kingswinford 1 7 August 
1785. M.I. 



Margaret, bapt. 
at Bilston 31 
May 1705. 



Alice. 



Thomas Gibbons of The= 
Oaks, Wolverhampton ; 
born 5 January 17!^, 
bapt. at Sedgley ; executor 
to his father's will 12 
February 1779; died at 
Teignmouth, co. Devon, 
aged 83, 7 June 1813. 
Will dated 5 March 1808, 
proved 24November 1813 
(P.C.C. 547 Ileathjield.) 



=Mary Moseley, dau. of 
James Moseley of Leaton 
Hall, CO. Stafford, by 
Anne his wife, dau. and 
coheir of Henry Sprott 
of the Marsh, co. Salop : 
marr. 27 July 1775; 
died 14 May 1833, bur. 
at Great Chalfield, co. 
Somerset. 



William Gibbons of Bristol ;={= Phyllis 
born 22 February 173^, bapt. Watkins. 
privately at Gornal, co. 
Stafford ; executor to his 
father's will 12 February 
1779; died 28 April 1807. 
Will dated 21 June 1805, 
proved 25 November 1807, 
by William Gibbons, son 
(P.C.C. 889 Lushingto)!.) 



149 



Charles Steward of Rowley=Dorothy, marr. at Sedgley, co. Stafford, 
Regis, CO. Stafford. ii May 1693, marriage settlements 

dated 25 March. 



Elizabeth, living 14 
June 1683. 



Benjamin Gibbons of Kings- 
winford, co. Stafford ; born 
II October 1735, bapt. 
privately at Dibdale ; execu- 
tor to his father's will 12 
February 1779; died 28 June 
1832, bur. at Kingswinford. 
Will proved in August 1832 
(P.C.C. 511 Tenterden). 



Robert James of= 
Conduit Street, St. 
George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 
apothecary ; died, 
aged 84, 14 No- 
vember 181-9, bur. 
at Kingswinford. 
M.I. 



=Elizabeth, born 16 
August, bapt. at 
Sedgley 5 September 
1737 ; marr. at 
Kingswinford 24 Au- 
gust 1775; died 23 
May 1804, bur. at 
Kingswinford. M.I. 



Sarah Gibbons, born 
4 December, bapt. 
at Kingswinford 12 
December 1744 ; 
died 29 March 1778, 
bur. at Kingswinford. 
M.I. 



K 



John Gibbons of Corbyn's= 
Hall, in the parish of 
Kingswinford, co. Stafford, 
and of 16 Hanover 
Terrace, Regent's Park, 
London; born 4 December 
1777; died at 16 Hanover 
Terrace, Regent's Park, 
aged 73, 18 August, bur. 
in Highgate Cemetery, 
CO. Middlesex, 25 August 
185 1. M.I. Will dated 
12 October 1850, proved 
8 March 1852 (P.C.C. 
210, 52). /t\ 



=Elizabeth Steen, marr. 
in 1823; died at 16 
Hanover Terrace, Re- 
gent's Park, London, 
in her 8ist year, 10 
January, bur. in High- 
gate Cemetery 16 Jan- 
uary 1889. M.I. Will 
dated 19 October 1877, 
proved 25 March 1889 
(Prin. Reg., 216, 89). 



Thomas Bacon of=^Mary Anne, born 



Padworth, co. Berks ; 
died at 34 Great Cum- 
berland Place, Hyde 
Park, London, aged 
82, 4 February 1861. 
Administration (with 
will dated 26 Feb- 
ruary 1856) granted 
(Prin. Reg., 141, 61) 
26 March i86r, to 
the Rev. Thomas 
Bacon of Wiggeholt 
Rectory, co. Sussex, 
son. /f\ 



25 December 

1779; marr. at 
Hampstead, co. 
Middlesex ; died 
at Bellevue House, 
near Reading, co. 
Berks, 18 Decem- 
ber 1839, bur. 
at Holy Trinity, 
Reading. 



i^For issue see ^''Visitation of England and ll'a/es," 
Vol. IX., fage 4j.) 



150 



John Davies of= 
Plymouth, co. 
Devon ; Lieu- 
tenant Royal 
Navy 7 March 
1815 ; living 20 
December 1849. 



=Henrietta Grace 
Elizabeth, born 1 1 
May 1781 ; died at 
Rome 2 April 
1826, bur. in tiie 
Protestant Ceme- 
tery there. Admin- 
istration granted 
29 October 1828 
(P.C.C.) 



Rev. Thomas Pear-= 
son, Rector of 
Great Witley, co. 
^Vorcester; born 17 
June 1774 ; Rector 
of Stockton-on- 
Teme, CO. Worcester, 
7 April 1828, and 
of Great Witley 
24 October 1828 ; 
died 1 5 March 
1857, bur. at Great 
Witley. M.I. 



=Sarah, horn 
5 May 1782 ; 
marr. 24 April 
1799 ; died 
21 May 1873, 
bur. at Great 
Witley. M.I. 



Benjamin Gibbons 
of The Lca.sowes, 
Halesowen, co. Wor- 
cester ; born 4 Au- 
gust 1783; J. P. for 
CO. Worcester ; died 
at The Leasowes, 
Halesowen, 21 April 
1873, bur. at Hales- 
owen. M.I. Will 
proved at Worcester 
15 September 1873. 



Thomas Gib- 
bons, bur. at 
Kingswinford, 
CO. Stafford, 22 
March 1785. 



John Gaze, Master Royal Navy 16 May=i=Anne Susannah, 



1797, Master Attendant Sheerness 
Dockyard 16 July 1836-46, Com- 
mander on the Retired List i July 
1846; served in the ''Nymphe" at 
capture of the "Cleopatra," 1793, in 
the " Indefatigable " at the destruction 
of the Droits de THorame, Master of 
the " Arethusa " at the capture of the 
"Pomona," 1806, Master of the Fleet 
at the battle of Algiers (medal and four 
clasps) ; died at Fareham, co. Hants, 
aged 76, 20 February 185 1. ^Vill dated 
15 February 1849, proved i April 1851 
(P.CC. 289, sO A 



born 10 July 
1786; executrix 
to her husband's 
will I April 
1851. 



Thomas Gibbons, 
born 1 7 August 
1787 ; died 21 
June 1829, bur. 
at Kingswinford. 
M.I. Will dated 26 
November 18 14, 
with codicil dated 
I May 1 829, proved 
24November 1829, 
by John Gibbons 
and Benjamin 
Gibbons, brothers 
{V.CM.djc) Liver- 
pool). 



Jane Gibbons, 
born 14 Feb- 
ruary 1789 ; 
died in 1852, 
bur. at Great 
Witley. M.I. 



William Henry Gibbons of 
Ebford, CO. I )evon ; born 
5 April 1790; Lieutenant 
Royal Navy 8 May 1812, 
Commander 23 November 



Frances Gibbons, born 
8 August 1791 ; died 
at Teignmouth, co. 
Devon, 24 April 1839, 
bur. there. 



George James Gibbons 
of Ebford ; born i o 
November 1792; died 
10 October 1837, bur. 
at Edgbaston. M.I. 



151 



Gibbons. Extracts from two MS. volumes of Sedgley 
[Vol. 9, p. 45- J (^^ji^f j^^/i, y^^i J J ^^2-1 S3 1, Vol. II. 

1346-1601. 

Recognition of all the tenants of Seggesley, taken 13 April, 
33 Henry VIII. [1542]. William Gibbons holds by charter made 
by Edward .Sutton, Lord Dudley, 19 April, 15 Henry VIII., all the 
messuages, lands, &c., in the manor which Thomas Gybbons his 
father lately held, at annual rent of 28s. He also holds by copy, 
dated Tuesday after S' Luke, 27 Henry VIII. , a tenement and 
lands, formerly of Richard Fellowes, in Wodsetton and Colseley, 
within the manor, at annual rent of iis. 5d. He also holds lands 
in Ettingsale, formerly of Margaret, wife of Clement Wylkes, at the 
annual rent of 5s. 3d. He also holds land in Ettingsall, paying 
2od. per annum, and lands in Brereley, paying 6d. per annum. 



View of the accounts of Philip Hall, deputy steward, for the year 
ending at Michaelmas, 31 Elizabeth [1589]. Annual Rent of Ettinsall 
parke. William Gibbyns, ^^6 5s. Capons due to Lorde Dudley 
under leases. Thomas Gibbens, 2 capons. 

Rents of the manor of Sedgley, and tenants which pay same : 

Ettinsall John Gibbens iis. 8d. 

Tho : Gibbens 33s. 3d. 

Breereley. Wm. Gibbens 7s. 8d. 

Gwernalls. Wm. Gibbins i6d. 

These MSS. are in the possession of Brooke Rolniison, M.P. 



Marriage Settlements between Thomas Gibbins 
and Anne Parkeshonse, 1622. 

Indenture of Feoffment with Livery of Seisin, made 31 October 
20 James I. [1622], between (i) William Gibbins of Ettingshall in 
Sedgley, co." Stafford, yeoman, and (2) Thomas Barnesley, son and 
heir of William Barnesley of Tresley in same county, gent., and 
Thomas Bradley of the Wood in same parish, yeoman. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Thomas 
Gibbins, son and heir apparent of the said William Gibbins, and 
Anne I'arkeshouse, only daughter of Edward Parkeshouse of Tyrley 
Hill in the same parish, yeoman, and for a jointure to be made for 
Dorothy, wife of the said William Gibbins, and for a jointure to 
be made for the said Anne, William Gibbins grants to Thomas 
Barnesley and Thomas Bradley, the capital messuage in Ettingsall 
where he dwells, with all freehold lands, tenements &c. in Sedgley, 

152 



and messuages &c. in the tenure of William Gibbins and Edward Gibbons. 
Gibbins (except a cottage and lands which William Gibbins did [Voi. g, p. 45.] 
grant to his younger son Benjamin Gibbins), as to part to William 
Gibbins and Dorothy for their lives, remainder to Thomas Gibbins 
in tail, remainder to Benjamin Gibbins in tail, &c., and as to the 
other part to Thomas Gibbins for his life, remainder to Ann 
Parkeshouse for life, remainder to the heirs of their bodies, 
remainder to Benjamin Gibbins in tail, &c. 

Signature of William Gibuins. 



Marriage Settlements between JVilliam Gibbous 
and Ami Homer, idyj. 

Indenture made i October, 29 Charles II. [1677], between 
(i) William Gibbons of Ettinsall in Sedgley, co. Stafford, yeoman, 
and Ann his wife, and (2) Thomas Robins of Bilston in said county, 
gent., and Thomas Homer of Water Orton, co. Warwick, gent. 

In consideration of a marriage already had between William 
Gibbons and Ann his wife, William Gibbons covenants with Thomas 
Robins and Thomas Homer to levy a Fine, before the end of 
Easter Term next, of a capital messuage &c. in Ettinsall, which 
should enure to the use of William Gibbons for life, remainder as 
to part to Ann Gibbons for life for her jointure, remainder to 
their children as William Gibbons should appoint, in default of 
appointment to Thomas Gibbons, son and heir apparent of William 
and Ann, in tail, remainders over. 

[In this Indenture William Gibbons mentions "Thomas Gibbons, 
his late father deceased."] 

Signatures of William Gibbons, Ann Gibbons, Thomas Homer. 



Marriage Settlements between Thomas Gibbons 
and Margaret Pers/ioitse, 1680. 

Indenture of Feoffment with Livery of Seisin, made 30 November, 
32 Charles II. [1680], between (i) William Gibbons of Ettinsall in 
Sedgley, yeoman, and Ann his wife, and Thomas Gibbons, son and 
heir apparent of said William Gibbons, and (2) Edward l'ershou.se of 
Nether Gornall in Sedgley, gent., Thomas Homer of Water Orton, 

153 



Gibbons. co. Warwick, gent., and Margaret, second daughter of said Edward 

[Vol. 9, p. 45-] Pershouse. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Thomas 
Gibbons and Margaret Pershouse, William Gibbons and Thomas 
Gibbons his son, grant to Edward Pershouse and Thomas Homer, 
a capital messuage and lands &c. in Ettingshall, as to part to the 
use of Thomas Gibbons for life, remainder to Margaret for life and 
in part of their jointure, and as to the other part to the use of 
William Gibbons for life, remainder to Ann Gibbons for life, 
remainder after her death or remarriage to Thomas Gibbons for 
life, remainder to the issue of Thomas and Margaret successively 
in tail, remainder to the heirs of William Gibbons. 

The signatures of the several parties. 



Marriage Settlements between Edward Gibbons 
and Mary Piddock, ijzz. 

Indenture made 2 March 1722, between (i) Thomas Gibbons 
of Ettingsall in Sedgley, gent., and Margaret his wife (2) Edward 
Gibbons of Ettingsall, gent., son and heir apparent of said Thomas 
Gibbons, (3) Roger Piddock of Handsworth, co. Stafford, gent., and 
Mary Piddock, daughter of said Roger, and (4) Peter Pershouse 
of Nether Guornall in Sedgley, esquire, and Richard Geast of 
Handsworth, gent. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Edward 
Gibbons and Mary Piddock, Thomas Gibbons and Margaret his 
wife, and Edward Gibbons, grant to Peter Pershouse and Richard 
Geast, a capital messuage heretofore occupied by William Gibbons, 
father of said Thomas Gibbons, and lands in Ettingsall and Coseley, 
to the use of Thomas Gibbons for life, remainder as to part to 
Margaret Gibbons for life, remainder to Edward Gibbons and Mary 
Piddock, and their issue successively in tail, remainder to the heirs 
of Edward Gibbons. 

The signatures of the several parties. 



Will of IVilliam Gibbins, i6Sj. 

Will of William Gibbins of Ettingsall in the parish of .Sedgley, 
and CO. Stafford, yeoman. My body to be buried at the discretion 
of my executrix. I give to my wife Ann Gibbins lands in Ettingsall 
called the two Burralls for her life, and after her decease to my 
son John Gibbins and his heirs. I give to my son John Gibbins 

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and his heirs, a messuage in Ettingsall occupied by Sanuicll Gibhins, Gibbons. 

land called the Hurnalls lately purchased of Mr. Kcellinge, and ry^ji „ , 

Blake meadow, Small meadow, &c., in Ettingsall Nethertield. I give 

to my wife Ann Gibbins, a messuage occupied by Ann Wilkes, 

Hen orchard close, land in Flaxen furlong, &c., for her life, and 

after her decease to my son William Gibhins and his heirs. I give 

to my son William Gibbins and his heirs, land in Oldnall feilds, 

Standiford meadow in the holding of my brother [in law t'raseii] 

Edward Homer, Wood Cross in over feild in littingsall, Burrowes 

flatt in Ettingall Nether feild, &c. Rut if he die before 21 without 

lawful issue, then I give the same lands to my son John Gibbins 

and his heirs. To my daughter Mary Fellow one broad piece of 

gold. To my daughter Elinor Gibliins ;i£^i5o. To my daughter 

Sarah Gibbins ^^150. To my son-in-law John Turton, a yearly 

rent charge of 40s. 6d. issuing out of lands late of Thomas Gibbins 

of Sedgley ; and a yearly rent of 2s. issuing out of the land of my 

cosin John Bradley. I give to my wife Ann for her life the 

residue of my lands in the Nether feild in Ettingsall, and after her 

decease to my three youngest daughters Jane Gibbin.s, Dorothy 

Gibbins and Elizabeth Gibbins. But if my eldest son Thomas 

Gibbons pay to my wife Ann ^100, then this devise to my three 

youngest children shall be void ; and I give said lands to my son 

Thomas Gibbons and his heirs. To my daughters Jane, Dorothy, 

and Elizabeth, ^100 a piece at 21 or marriage. If any of my five 

daughters die before 21, the bequest to her shall cease, and my 

executri.x shall dispose uf it amongst my children as she pleaseth. 

I appoint my wife Ann Gibbins guardian of my children and 

their estate, until they attain 21. I give the residue of my personal 

estate to my wife Ann, and appoint her sole Executrix of my will. 

And my son Thomas Gibbins, and my sons-in-law John Fellow 

and John Turton to be overseers. Nevertheless after my wife's death, 

my son and heir shall have the longe table in the hall, the greate 

bible, the hand iron fire shovle and tongues as heire loomes and 

standards in the house. I revoke all former wills. Dated 14 June 

•?S Charles II. 1 1683]. ,,,. ,. ,,, „ 

■'■^ •- ''-' (Signed) William Gibbins. 

Will proved in the manorial court of Sedglew before John Russell, 
steward of William Ward, esq., lord of the said Manor, 16 October 
35 Charles II., by Anne Gibbins the executrix. 

T/iese abstracts were taken from the originals preserved 
at Faintree Hall, co. Salop, by the Rev. William 
George Ditnock Fletcher, Vicar of Oxon, co. Salop, 
and the Rev. Ralph Cecil Purton, Vicar of 
Hessenford, co. Cornwall. — F. A. C. 



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Normanby. 

[Vol. 9, p. S4-] 



Pedigree of Phipps. 



George Phipps of Edwalton, co. Nottingham=j=Ann Elliot, marr. at St. Mary's, 



(eldest son of Robert Phipps of Nottingham, 
by Isabel Bromley his wife) ; administrator 
to his father i8 January i6if. 



Nottingham, 24 September 
1606. She marr. istly John 
Power of Edwalton. 



Avis ; adminis-= 
tration granted 
2 1 November 
1651 (P.C.C.) 
She marr. istly 
.... Foster, 
and 2ndly John 
Hicks of St. 
Lawrence, Read- 
ing, CO. Berks, 
vintner, istwife. 



=Francis Phipps of Reading, = 
gent; administrator to his ist 
wife 21 November 1651 ; aged 
54, II March i66|, when he 
signed his pedigree not included 
in the Visitation of Berkshire ; 
bur. at St. Mary's, Reading, 10 
February i66|. Will dated 
28 January i66|, proved i May 
1668 (P.C.C. 69 Hene). 



=Anne Sharpe, dau. 
of . . . Sharpe of 
Cirencester, co. 
Gloucester; bur. at 
St. Mary's, Read- 
ing, 12 July 1660. 
2nd wife. 



Caleb Phipps, 
dieds.p. before 
1 1 March 1 664. 



Anne. 



Judith. 



Rev. Francis Phipps, B.D., Rector of Upton-on-Severn,= 
CO. Worcester; bapt. at St. Mary's, Reading, 2 August 
1644; aged 19, II March i66|; Fellow of King's 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1666, M.A. 1670, B.D. 1681 ; 
Vicar of Blockley, co. Worcester, 1678-81, and Rector 
of Upton-on-Severn 29 October 1681 ; died at the Palace, 
Worcester, 2 September 1683, bur. in St. Nicholas', 
Worcester. M.I. Will (nuncupative) made 2 September 
1683. Administration granted 10 November 1683 
(P.C.C. 129 Drax). 



^Bridget Fleetwood, 
dau. of James 
Fleetwood, D.D., 
Bishop of Wor- 
cester, by Martha 
Mercer his wife ; 
administratrix to 
her husband 10 
November 1683. 



George Phipps, 
bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Read- 
ing, 30 Sep- 
tember 1645 ; 
mentioned in 
his father's will 
28 January 

166^. 



James Phipps, bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Reading, 
28 November 1649 j 
died young. 



Thomas Phipps of Staples Inn, London, gent ;= 
bapt. 13 March 165^; mentioned in his father's 
will 28 January i66|. Will dated 10 June 1671, 
proved 21 June 1671 (P.C.C. 81 Duke). 



=Elizabeth, living 
10 February i6|§. 



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156 



Anne Phipps, bapt. 
at St. Mary's, 
Reading, 26 June 
1652 ; bur. there 
7 September 1656. 



Captain James Phipps of=f=Susanna Clarke, 



the Island of St. Kitts ; 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Reading, 
10 June 1653; mentioned 
in his father's will 28 Jan- 
uary i66|; died in 1695. 



dau. and heir of 
Captain Richard 
Clarke ; died, 
aged 31, in 1683. 



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Mary, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Reading, 4 July 1654; 
mentioned in her father's 
will 28 January 166^; 
marr. before 22 January 
i68|, the Rev. John 
Jackson. 



George Reeves=Anne, bapt. at St. 
of St. Augus- Mary's, Reading, 



tine's, London ; 
living in 1695. 



CO. Berks, 1 2 
November 1656; 
marr. at Lee, co. 
Kent, 23 Septem- 
ber 1675, marriage 
licence (Faculty 
Office) dated 2 1 
September 1675 ; 
died before 3 April 
1695- 



Sir Constantine Phipps of VVhite=pKatherine Sawyer, dau 

Waltham, co. Berks, knight, 

Lord Chancellor of Ireland ; 

bapt. at St. Mary's, Reading, 12 

November 1656 ; of Gray's Inn, 

admitted 11 February 1675, and 

of the Middle Temple 20 



February i68|, called to the 
Bar 9 May 1684, Bencher 29 
October 1706 ; knighted at 
Whitehall 12 December 17 10, 
Lord Chancellor of Ireland 
December 17 10 to September 
1714; created D.C.L. (Oxford) 
20 October 17 14: died in the 
Middle Temple 9 October, bur. 
at White Waltham, co. Berks, 
15 October 1723. Will dated 
9 July 1720, with codicil dated 
4 October 1723, proved 21 
October 1723 (P.C.C. 215 
Richmond.) {See '■'■Dictionary of 
National Biography, Vol. XL V., 
page 228.) 



of George Sawyer of 
BuUingham, co. Here- 
ford, esquire ; marriage 
licence (Vicar-General) 
dated 10 October 
1684, then aged 17 ; 
died 30 October, bur. 
at White Waltham 6 
November 1728. Will 
dated 4 May 1727, 
proved 6 December 
1728 (P.C.C. 361 
Brook.) 



Francis Phipps, bapt. at 
White Waltham 3 1 
October, bur. there 
2 November 1688. 



Thomas Phipps, 
bur. at White 
Waltham 1 8 June 
1690. 



Constantine Phipps, 
bur. at White Waltham 
26 November 1691. 



Thomas Phipps, bapt. at 
St. Andrew's, Holborn, 
London, 26 May 1695 ; 
died young. 



157 



William Phipps of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, co.= 
Middlesex, esquire ; bapt. at St. Andrew's, 
Holborn, London, ii October 1698; 
of VVadham College, Oxford, matriculated 
8 December 17 14; of the Middle Temple, 
Barrister-at-I^aw 17 18; executor to his 
father's will 21 October 1723; died i Feb- 
ruary, bur. at White \\'altham, co. Berks, 
6 February 17!^. Administration granted 19 
February i7|i(P.C.C.) 



=Lady Catherine Annesley, dau. and heir of 
James, 3rd Earl of Anglesey, by Lady Catherine 
Darnley his wife, natural dau. of James IL ; 
marr. at the Fleet 25 September 1718; adminis- 
tratrix to her husband 19 February 17I3; died 
iS January, bur. at Croydon, co. Surrey, 30 
January 173°. Will dated 31 December 1735, 
proved 22 January 173I, by her husband, John 
Sheldon (P.C.C. 17 Derby). She marr. 2ndly 
John Sheldon of Croydon. 



Constantine, Lord Mulgrave ;= 
bapt. at St. Andrew's, Hol- 
born, London, 22 August 
1722 ; admitted to the Middle 
Temple 11 July 1739; suc- 
ceeded to the Mulgrave Castle 
estates, co. York, on the death 
of his grandmother, Catherine, 
Duchess of Buckingham, 13 
March 174!; created 3 Sep- 
tember 1767, Baron Mulgrave 
of New Ross, in the Peerage 
of Ireland ; died at Spa in 
Germany, aged 53, 13 Sep- 
tember, bur. at Croydon 5 
October 1775. Administration 
granted 13 November 1775 
(P.C.C.) 



=Lady IjCpell Hervey, 
dau. of John, Lord 
Hervey (son of John, 
ist Earl of Bristol), 
by Mary his wife, dau. 
of Brigadier-General 
Nicholas Lepell ; born 
in January i72f ; 
marr. at St. James', 
Westminster, 26 Feb- 
ruary 1 74f ; granted 
precedence as an 
Earl's daughter 5 June 
1753; died 1 1 March, 
bur. at Croydon 13 
March 1780. 



Catherine Phipps, 
born 9 February, 
bapt. at St. Giles- 
in-the-Fields 22 
February i72f ; 
living 13 Decem- 
ber 173s ; died 
before 18 August 
1747- 



James Phipps of 
St. George's, Han- 
over Square, Lon- 
don, esquire ; born 
19 October, bapt. 
at St. Giles-in-the- 
Fields 28 October 
1725 ; bur. at 
White Waltham, 
CO. Berks, 3 May 
1747. Administra- 
tion granted 18 Au- 
gust 1747 (P.C.C.) 



Constantine John, Lord Mulgrave; born 19 May 1744; entered the= 
Navy in 1757, and was present at the reduction of Martinique and 
Havana; Captain 20 June 1765; commanded the "Racehorse" in 
a Polar expedition 1773; distinguished himself in command of the 
" Courageaux " in action off Cape Ushant 27 July 1778; M.P. for 
Lincoln 1768-74, Huntingdon 1776-84, Newark 1784-90; a Lord 
of the Admiralty 1777-82, Privy Councillor 1784, Joint Paymaster- 
General 1784-89; F.R.S. 1771 ; created Baron Mulgrave of Mulgrave 
in the Peerage of Great Britain 7 July 1790; died at Liege, Belgium, 
10 October, bur. at Lythe, co. York, 29 October 1792. M.L Will 
dated 8 October 1792, proved 10 November 1792 (P.C.C. 576 
Fountain). {See '■'' Dictionary of National Biography" Vol. XLV., 
page 2^1.) For a gold Memorial Ring inscribed: " CON ■ j • 
LORD • MULGRAVE • DIED • 10 ■ OCT : 1792 • AGED 48," See " Memorial 
Rings" No. S02, page 248. Portrait in oils by John Zoffany, R.A., 
and a draiving by John Downman, A.R.A., both in the National 
Portrait Gallery. 



=Anne Elizabeth Cholm- 
ley, dau. of Nathaniel 
Cholmley of Howsham 
and Whitby, co. York, 
by Henrietta Catherine 
his 2nd wife, dau. of 
Stephen Croft of Stilling- 
ton, CO. York ; born at 
Howsham 7 November 
1769 ; marr. at St. 
James', Westminster, 20 
June 1787 ; died 22 
May 1 788, bur. at Lythe. 



General Sir John Murray, baronet, G.C.H. ; entered the Army as= 
Ensign 3rd Foot Guards 24 October 1788, becoming Lieut. -Colonel 84th 
Foot in May 1794, and was employed as Brigadier in the West Indies 
9 November 1796; Colonel 1800, Major-General 1805, Lieut.-General 1812, 
General 27 May 1825 ; Colonel of the 56th Foot 31 March 1818; M.P. for 
Wootton Bassett 1807-11, and for Weymouth 1811-18; succeeded his 
half-brother as 8th baronet 26 April 181 1 ; created G.C.H. in 1817, Knight 
of the Red Eagle of Prussia and St. Januarius of Naples ; died at Frankfort- 
on-Maine 15 October 1827. 

158 



=Anne Elizabeth 
Cholmley, born 
19 May 1788; 
marr. at the 
parish church, 
Marylebone, Lon- 
don, 25 August 
1807 ; died at 
Turin, aged 50, 
10 April 1848. 



Anne I'hipps, 
bur. at U'hite 
^Valtham, co. 
Berks, 7 Sep- 
tember 1 70 1. 



Anne, bapt. at St. An- 
drew's, Holborn, London, 
28 February 170^; mar- 
ried .... Ingoldsby. 



Frances, ba[)t. at St. 
Andrew's, Holborn, Lon- 
don, 1 July 1703; executrix 
to her mother's will 6 
December 1728. 



Mary, executrix to 
her mother's will 
6 necember 1728. 



Sir Henry Phipps, Earl of Mulgrave, G.C.B. ,•= 
born 14 February 1755; entered the ist Foot 
Guards as Ensign 8 June 1775, Captain and 
Lieutenant 1778, Major 85th Foot 1779, Lieut. - 
Colonel 88th Foot 1780, Colonel 31st Foot 
8 February 1793, Major-General 1794, Lieut.- 
General 1801, General 25 October 1809; M.P. 
for Totnes 1784-90, and Scarborough 1790-94; 
succeeded his brother, Constantine John, as 
3rd Baron (Ireland) 10 October 1792; created 
Baron Mulgrave of Mulgrave, in the Peerage of 
Great Britain 13 August 1794, and Viscount 
Normanby and Earl of Mulgrave 7 September 
1812 ; Privy Councillor 1804, Chancellor of the 
Duchy of Lancaster 1804-1805, Foreign Secre- 
tary 1 805- 1 806, First Lord of the Admiralty 
1807-10, an Elder Brother of Trinity House 1809, Master-General of the 
Ordnance 1810-18 ; created G.C.B. May 1820; died at Wilton Crescent, 
London, 7 April 1831. (See ''Dictionary of National Biography," 
Vol. XLV., page 233.) 



Charles Phipps, Captain 
R.N. ; born 10 Decem- 
ber 1753; Captain Royal 
Navy I August 1776 ; 
M.P. for Scarborough 
2 7 February 1779-84 
and Minehead 19 June 
1784 ; died at Mulgrave 
Hall, CO. York, aged 32, 
20 October 1786. Will 
dated 20 June 1786. 
Administration granted 
20 January 1787 (P.C.C. 
36 Maior.) 



=Martha Sojihia 
Maling, daughter 
of Christopher 
Thompson Maling 
of West Herring- 
ton, CO. Durham, 
by Martha his 
wife, dau. of John 
Sheels of Queen 
Square, co. Mid- 
dlesex ; married 
at Houghton-le- 
Spring, CO. Dur- 
ham, 20 October 
1795 ; died in 
Eaton Square, 
London, 17 March 
1849. 



Sir Constantine Henry Phipps, Marquess of Normanby, K.G. ; born= 
15 May 1797 ; educated at Harrow and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
M.A. 1818 ; Captain ist Yorkshire Regiment of Mihtia 10 April 1816, 
Hon. Colonel Tower Hamlets Rifle Volunteers 23 December 1863; 
M.P. for Scarborough 1818, for Higham Ferrers 1822-26, and for 
Malton 1826-30; Captain-General and Governor of Jamaica 16 March 
1832 to January 1834, Lord Keeper of the Privy Seal 30 July to 
30 November 1834, Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland 23 April 1835 to 
20 February 1839, Secretary of State for the Colonies 20 February 
1839, and for the Home Department 30 August 1839 to 3 September 
1841 ; Ambassador to France 12 August 1846 to 2 February 1852, 
Minister at Florence 16 December 1854 to 31 March 1858; Privy 
Councillor 30 May 1832, G.C.H. 1832, G.C.B. 10 December 1847, 
K.G. 19 February 1851 ; succeeded his father as 2nd Earl of Mulgrave 
7 September 1812 ; created Marquess of Normanby 23 June 1838 ; 
High Steward of Hull ; Author of "The English in Italy," 1825, and 
many other works ; died at Hamilton Lodge, Queen's Gate, South 
Kensington, London, aged 66, 28 July, bur. at Lythe, co. York, 
5 August 1863. Will dated 26 September 1857, proved 23 September 
1863, by Maria, Marchioness of 
Normanby, relict (Prin. Reg., 
552, 63). {See ''Dictionary of 
National Biography" Vol. XL V., 
page 230.) 




■ii^k^'T:..^^^;^ 



=Maria Liddell, eldest 
dau. of Sir Thomas 
H enry, I St Lord Ravens- 
worth of Ravensworth 
Castle, by Maria Susan- 
nah his wife, dau. of John 
Simpson of Bradley, co. 
Durham, and grand- 
daughter of Thomas, 
8th Earl of Strath more; 
marr. at Lamesley, co. 
Durham, 1 2 August 
1 8 1 8 ; died at Mulgrave 
Castle, in her 84th year, 
on Friday, 20 October, 
bur. at Lythe 25 Octo- 
ber 1882. Will dated 
4 March 1880, proved 
24 August 1883, by 
the Rev. Constantine 
Charles Henry Phipps, 
commonly called the 
Earl of Mulgrave, the 
grandson, sole executor 
(Prin. Reg., 702, 83). 



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{For issue see " Visitation of E7igland and Wales" 
Vol. IX., page S4.) 

159 



Charles Dillon-Lee, Viscount Dillon= 
of Costello-Dillon, K.P. ; born in 
London 6 November 1 745 ; con- 
formed to the Established Church 
4 December 1767; M.P. for West- 
bury 1770-74; Privy Councillor 
(Ireland) 1772; High Sheriff for 
CO. Mayo 1787 ; assumed the 
additional name of Lee 1776; 
succeeded his father as 12th 
Viscount in September 1787; K.P. 
19 November 1798, F.R.S. ; died at 
Loughglin House, co. Roscommon, 
9 November 1813. He marr. 2ndly 
Marie Rogier. 



=Henrietta Maria, 
born 26 March 
1757 ; marr. at 
Brussels 19 Au- 
gust 1776 ; died i 
September 1782. 
ist wife. 



General Edmund Phipps, born 7 April 
1760; entered the Army as Ensign 
8sth Foot 17 March 1780, Captain 
93rd Foot 1782, Captain and Lieut.- 
Colonel ist Foot Guards 1793, 
Colonel 1796, Major-General 1802, 
Lieut. -General 1808, General 12 
August 1819; Colonel Commandant 
60th Foot 25 August 1807 ; M.P. 
for Scarborough 19 September 1794 
-1818 and 30 May 1820 to 1826; 
died at Venice 14 September 1837. 
{See Gent's Mag., Vol. S, N.S., 
page sjo.) 



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Augustus Phipps, F.R.S., Commissioner of Excise ;=Maria Thellusson, eldest dau. of Peter 
born 15 November 1762; administrator to his Thellusson of Brodsworth Park, co. York, 
brother Charles 20 January 1787; Commissioner of by Anne his wife, dau. of Matthew 
Excise 17 January 1794 ; died in Weymouth Street, Woodford ; marr. at Brodsworth 14 August 
Portland Place, London, April 1826. 1792. 



Henrietta Sophia 
Phipps, born at 
Mulgrave Castle, 
CO. York, 28 
May 1799 ; died 
in London 4 
December 1808. 



Augusta Maria Colonel Sir Charles Beaumont Phipps,=j 

Phipps, born K.C.B. ; bom at Mulgrave Castle 27 

at Mulgrave December 1801 ; admitted to Harrow 

Castle 3 Sep- School in 181 3; entered the Army as 

tember 1800; Ensign in the Scots Guards 17 August 

died 26 March 1820, Lieut.-Colonel 1837, retiring with 

1813. rank of Colonel 11 November 185 1; 

Steward of the Viceregal Household, 

Dublin, 1839, Equerry to the Queen 1846, 

Private Secretary to the Prince Consort 

1 January 1847, Keeper of the Privy 
Purse 10 October 1849, Receiver-General 
of the Duchy of Cornwall 26 May 1862 ; 
C.B. 1853, K.C.B. 19 January 1858 ; 
died at his residence in Ambassadors' 
Court, St. James' Palace, 24 February, 
bur. in St. George's Chapel, Windsor, 

2 March 1866. {See " Dictio7iary of 
National Biography" Vol. XLV., page 
228.) 



Margaret Anne 
Bathurst, dau. 
of the Ven^^ 
Henry Bathurst, 
Archdeacon of 
Norwich ; marr. 
25 June 1835 ; 
died at 2 Buck- 
ingham Terrace, 
Edinburgh, 13 
April 1874. 



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160 



Katherine Frederica 
Phipps, born at 
Mulgrave Castle, co. 
York, 7 February 
1S03; died, aged 40, 
at Richmond 10 
October 1843. 



Sophia Phipps, 
born at Bishop 
Burton, co. York, 
20 May 1804 ; 
died 24 March 
1874- 



Sir John Wallis Alexander,= 
baronet ; born i October 
1800; succeeded his brother 
as 4th baronet 31 March 
1873; died at 27 Eaton 
Square, Pimlico, London, 
25 October 1888. He marr. 
2ndly Mary Kathleen, dau. 
of the Rev. John Dreaper of 
Northampton. 



=Lepell Charlotte, born 
at Fulham, co. Middle- 
sex, 28 July 1805 ; 
marr. at St. Michael's, 
Chester Square, London, 
18 May 1858; died at 27 
Eaton Square, Pimlico, 
29 January 1869. 



Edmund Phipps, born at the Admiralty 7 December 1 808 ;=j=Maria Louisa Campbell, dau. 



educated at Harrow 1820-25, and at Trinity College, Oxford, 
matriculated 22 November 1825, B.A. 1828, M.A. 1831 ; of 
the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law 15 June 1832; Recorder 
of Scarborough and of Doncaster ; Author of the " Life of 
Robert Plumer Ward," and other works ; died at Wilton 
Crescent, London, 27 October 1857. {Siv ^'■Dictionary of 
National Biography" Vol. XLV., page 2j§.) /f^ 



of Lieut. -General Sir Colin 
Campbell, K.C.B. ; marr. at 
North Mimms, co. Hertford, 
15 May 1838; died in 1888. 
She marr. istly the Hon'''= 
Charles Francis Norton. 



Rev. Augustus Frederick Phipps, Rector of Euston,= 
CO. Suffolk; born at the Admiralty 18 October 1809; 
educated at Harrow and at Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge; Rector of Halesworth, co. Suffolk, 14 February 
1835, of Boxford, CO. Suffolk, 20 February 1839, and 
of Euston 1849-82, Hon. Canon of Ely 1880; died at 
27 Eaton Square, London, 27 January 1896. 



=Lady Mary Elizabeth Emily Fitzroy, 
dau. of Henry, 5th Duke of Grafton, by 
Mary Caroline his wife, dau. of Admiral 
the Hon'''= Sir George Cranfield 
Berkeley, G.C.B. ; born 25 January 
1817; marr. at Euston 7 November 
1837 ; died 22 August 1887. 



Henry Augustus Fitzroy Phipps, born in Grosvenor 
Place, London, 9 March 1840 : Naval Cadet of 
H.M.S. "St. Jean D'Acre " ; died at Haslar Naval 
Hospital 13 March 1854. 



Constance Mary Katherine Phipps, born 
in Grosvenor Place, London, i June 
1843. 



Rev. Henry Thornton Pearse, Rector of Larling,= 
CO. Norfolk ; of Christ Church, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 14 May 1856, aged 19, B.A. 1859, M.A. 
1863 ; Rector of Litchfield, co. Hants, 1865, and 
of Larling 1872; died at 33 Evelyn Gardens, 
London, aged 70, 25 February, bur. at Euston 
29 February 1908. J^ 



=Mary Louisa Sophia, 
born at the Rectory, 
Boxford, 9 April 1847; 
marr. at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, Lon- 
don, 8 May 1866. 



Sophia Maria Laura 
Phipps, born in 
Clarges Street, West- 
minster, 8 August 
1849. 



i6x 



Heberden. 

[Vol. 9, p. 57.] ,, 




Pedigree of Heberden. 



Richard Heberden of Southwark,= 
CO. Surrey (son of Thomas 
Heberden of Chichester, co. 
Sussex); died 17 October 17 17. 



Elizabeth, 
born 20 
September 
1699. 



=E]izabeth Cooper, dau. of William 
Cooper of Brightling, co. Sussex ; 
born 2 November 1672 ; marr. 
2 October 1698; died 8 February 
1759- 



Richard Heberden, 
born 5 September 
1 701, died I Oc- 
tober following. 



Thomas Heberden of=Hachaliah 
the Isle of Madeira, Coplestone. 
M.D., F.R.S.; born 29 
March 1703; F.R.S. 
1761 ; died in 1769. 



Sarah Heberden, 
born 2 April 1706; 
died 2 1 March 
1742. 



Elizabeth Martin,^ 
dau. of John Mar- 
tin of Overbury, 
CO. Worcester, by 
Catherine his wife, 
dau. of Joseph 
Jackson of Sneyd 
Park, CO. Glouces- 
ter; marr. 3 June 
1752 ; died 24 
November 1754. 
I St wife. 



=William Heberden of London and= 
of Wijidsor, CO. Berks, M.D., F.R.S. ; 
born 13 August 17 10; educated 
at St. Saviour's Grammar School, 
admitted 1 7 June 1 7 1 7, of St. John's 
College, Cambridge, admitted 23 
December 1724, B.A. 1728, M.A. 
1732, M.D. 1739, Fellow 1731-52, 
F.R.C.P. 1746, F.R.S. I February 
174! ; died in Pall Mall, London, 
17 May 1 801, bur. at Windsor. 
M.L Will dated 10 March 1797, 
with codicil dated April 1799, 
proved 6 June 1801 (P.C.C. 390 
Abercrombie). Portrait by Sir 
William Beechy in the College of 
Physicians. (See " Dictionary of 
National Biography^' Vol. XXV., 
page 3S9-) 



=Mary Wollaston, dau. 
of Francis Wollaston of 
Charterhouse Square, 
London, by Mary his 
wife, dau. of John 
Francis Fauquier ; 
marr. 8 January 1760; 
executrix to wills 
of her brother-in-law 
John Heberden 23 
March 1786, and her 
husband 6 June 
1 80 1 ; died, aged 83, 
22 February 18 13. 
2nd wife. 



John Heber- 
den, born 1 3 
May 
died 
infancy. 



1753, 



Wollaston, 2nd 
dau. of the Rev. 
Francis Wol- 
laston, Rector 
of Chislehurst, 
CO. Kent, and 
Precentor of St. David's 
Cathedral, LL.B., by Maria 
Frances his 3rd wife, dau. 
of Charles Monro ; marr. 
19 December 1784; died at 
Exeter 6 October, bur. in 
Exeter Cathedral 10 October 
1786. I St wife. 



Althea Hyde=f=Rev. Thomas Heberden, born 28=i=Mary Martin, 2nd dau. of 



September, bapt. at Overbury 3 Oc 
tober 1754; Fellow of St. John's 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1775, M.A. 
1778; Vicar of Bishop's Nympton, 
CO. Devon, 1782, Rector of Whimple, 
CO. Devon, 1786, Prebendary of 
Exeter 1778, of Chichester 1784, and 
of Wells 1786, Canon Residentiary of 
Exeter; died at Wimple, aged 89, on 
Tuesday, 17 October, bur. in Exeter 
Cathedral 25 October 1843. Will 
dated 26 December 1842, with codicil 
dated 28 January 1843, proved 20 
November 1843, by Mary Heberden, 
relict, Thomas Heberden and the 
Rev. William Heberden, sons, the 
executors (P.C.C. 771, 43). 



A\ 



A\ 



Joseph Martin of Ham Court, 
CO. Worcester, and of Lom- 
bard Street, London, banker, 
M.P. for Tewkesbury, by 
Eleanor his wife, dau. of 
Sir John Torriano, knight ; 
born 10 June 1763; marr. 21 
April 1794; died at Exeter 
21 November, bur. in Exeter 
Cathedral 28 November 
1849. Will dated 10 Feb- 
ruary 1844, with codicil dated 
15 February 1844, proved 22 
December 1849, by her sons, 
Thomas Heberden and the 
Rev. William Heberden, the 
executors (P.C.C. 933, 49). 
2nd wife. 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. IX., pages 57 and 58.) 



162 



John Heberden of the King's Bench Office, gent ; born 4 December 
1712; died 18 March 1786, bur. at Lambeth, co. Surrey. Will 
dated 4 February 1785, proved 23 March 1786 (P.C.C. 160 

Norfolk). 



I 
John Heberden, 
died in infancy. 



William Heberden, 
died in infancy. 



Elizabeth Heberden, 
died in infancy. 



^Elizabeth Robinson, dau. 
of John Robinson ; bur. 
at Lambeth. 



Amelia Heberden of Walnut 
Tree Walk, Lambeth ; born 
6 November 1745; died in 
June 1795. Will dated 4 and 
19 June 1795, proved 22 July 
1795 (P-C.C. 454 Newcastle). 



Rev. George Leonard^ 
Jenyns of Bottisham 
Hall, CO. Cambridge, 
Canon of Ely ; born 
at Roydon, co. Nor- 
folk, 19 June 1763 ; 
of Caius College, 
Cambridge, admit- 
ted 28 April 1 781, 
Scholar 1781-87, 
B.A. 1785, M.A. 
1788 ; Vicar of 
Swaffham Prior, co. 
Cambridge, 1787, 
Canon of Ely 1802 ; 
died at Bottisham 
25 February 1848. 



=Mary, marr. 

17 June 
1788; 'died 
at Bottis- 
ham Hall, 
aged 69, 

18 August 
1832. 



William Heberden, William Heberden, =T=ElizabethCathe 



born 2 April 1766, 
died in October 
following. 



Ak 



M.U., F.R.S. ; born rine Miller, dau. 

in Cecil Street, and heir of 

London, 23 March Charles Miller 

1767; educated at of Shopwick, 

Charterhouse and at Oving, co. Essex 

St. John's College, Cambridge, admitted (2nd son of 

Pensioner 30 March 1784, B.A. 1788, Sir John Miller 

Fellow 1788-96, M.A. 1791, incorporated of Chichester, 

at Oxford M.B. 1792, M.D. 1795; 4th baronet); 

Physician to St. George's Hospital marr. i October 

1793-1803; F.R.C.P. 1796, F.R.S. ; 1795; died in 

Physician-in-Ordinary to the Queen Pall Mall, Lon- 

1806, and to the King 1809; died in don, aged 36, 

London 19 February 1845, bur. at 21 May 181 2. 
^Vindsor, co. Berks. {See " Dictionary 
of National Biography;' Vol. XXV., 
page 360.) y^ 



Charlotte Heberden, Charles Heberden of St. John's College, Cam- Harriet Heberden, 



died in July 1768. 



George Heberden, 
died in April 1786. 



bridge; born 24 March 1772; educated at 
Charterhouse and at St. John's College, Cambridge, 
admitted Pensioner 31 March 1789; of Lincoln's 
Inn, admitted 25 January 1793; died at his 
father's house in Pall Mall, London, 13 March 
1796. Administration granted 31 March 1796 
(RC.C.) 



died in infancy in 
1776. 



163 



Powell-Cotton. 

[Vol. 9, p. 60.] 



Pedigree of Cotton. 



John Cotton of Gloucester Place, Portnian= 
Square, London ; Commander Hon'^'^ East 
Indian Co.'s Marine 27 October 1762, 
resigned 9 November 1791 ; died at Gloucester 
Place 4 May 1803. Will dated 30 October 
1801, proved 21 May 1803 (P.C.C. 412 
Marriott). 



=Anne Elizabeth 
Margerum, died 
before 30 Oc- 
tober 1 80 1. 



John Cotton of Devon- 
shire Place, Marylebone, 
London ; appointed to 
the Bengal Civil Service 
in 1780 ; died at Devon- 
shire Place, aged 62, 
18 June 1828, bur. 
in Marylebone Parish 
Church. M. L Will 
dated 31 January 1821 
and 18 July 1 823, proved 
I July 1828 (P.C.C. 403 
Sutton). 



Harriot Roberts, = 
dau. of William 
Roberts of Kings- 
gate, CO. Kent, 
by Elizabeth his 
wife, sister of 
John Powell ; 
born 6 March 
1776 ; marr. 11 
April 1798 ; died 
13 January 1837, 
bur. in the Quex 
vault in Birching- 
ton Church, co. 
Kent. I St wife. 



=Charles Bowland= 
Cotton of the Con- 
vent, Kingsgate ; 
born 10 July, bapt. 
at St. Olave's, Hart 
Street, London, 21 
July 1768 ; Com- 
mander Hon'"''^ East 
Indian Co.'s Marine 
15 January 1796, 
resigned 1 5 Feb- 
ruary 1804 ; died 
5 September, bur. 
in the Que,x vault in 
Birchington Church 
15 September 1847. 



=Harriet Langford Oliver, dau. 
of Thomas Oliver of Devon- 
shire Place, Marylebone, 
London, by Isabella his wife, 
dau. and coheir of Jonas 
Langford of the Island of 
Antigua; born 30 April, bapt. 
at Holy Trinity, Marylebone, 
29 May 1797 ; marr. there 
6 August 1840 ; died 21 Sep- 
tember, bur. in the Que.x 
vault in Birchington Church 
27 September 1888. Will 
dated 28 February 1871, 
proved i90ctober i888(Prin. 
Reg., 869, 88). 2nd wife. 

{See Pedigree of Oliver, 
" Visitation of England 
and JlWes," Vol. //., 
page 147.) 



Laura Susan 
Cotton, born 
4 February 
1799; died3i 
March 181 1, 
buried in the 
Quex vault 
in Birching- 
ton Church. 



Charles William 
Cotton, born 
14 May 1802 ; 
of the 5th Ma- 
dras Cavalry, 
Cornet 3 June 
18 1 8, Lieu- 

tenant 1 5 De- 
cember 1819 ; 
died at Shola- 
pur, Bombay, 
India, 15 No- 
vember 182 1. 



Arthur Henry 
Buller Cotton, 
born 26 Oc- 
tober, bapt. at 
St. Peter's, Isle 
of Thanet, co. 
Kent, 23 No- 
vember 1805 ; 
died 8 Octo- 
ber, bur. in 
the Quex vault 
in Birchington 
Church 13 Oc- 
tober 1806. 



.4^- 



Henry Perry Cotton of= 
Quex Park, Birchington ; 
born at Southwood House, 
Isle of Thanet, 12 De- 
cember 1806, bapt. at St. 
Lawrence, Isle of Thanet, 
5 February 1807 ; of the 
7th Bengal Cavalry, Lieu- 
tenant 13 June 1827, 
resigned 16 June 1831 ; 
died at Quex Park 20 No- 
vember, bur. in Hampstead 
Cemetery, co. Middlesex, 25 
November 1881. Will dated 
I April 1 88 1, proved 5 May 
1882 (I'rin. Reg., 358, 82). 




=Georgina Pine, 
dau. of Major- 
General George 
Hanbury Pine 
of the Bengal 
Army ; born in 
Paris 4 Decem- 
ber 1808; marr. 
at the Cathedral, 
Calcutta, India, 
25 March 1828; 
diedat Kelstone, 
CO. Hants, 4 No- 
vember, bur. in 
Kensal Green 
Cemetery, Lon- 
don, 16 No- 
vember 1868. 



{For issue see ^^ Visitation of England 
and Wales," Vol. IX., /age 60.) 



164 



Matthew Gosset of Bagot, Jersey,= 
and of Lymington Lodge, co. Hants, 
Viscount of the Island of Jersey ; 
died in Connaught Square, London, 
aged 78, 6 September 1842. He 
marr. istly Mary Lys, and 2ndly 
Grace, dau. of Admiral Sir Thomas 
P'rankland of Thirkleby, co. York, 
baronet. 



=Laura Honor, bapt. at St. 
Olave's, Hart Street, London, 
16 June 1770; executrix to 
her father's will 21 May 1803 ; 
marr. 31 January 1804; died 
in Westbourne Place, London, 
aged 83, 15 March 1854, bur. 
in Kensal Green Cemetery, 
London. 3rd wife. 



A 



Harriot Aurora Cotton, 
bapt. at St. Olave's, 
Hart Street, London, 
17 November 1773; 
executrix to her father's 
will 21 May 1803; 
died, aged 73, 28 Feb- 
ruary 1846, bur. in 
Kensal Green Cemetery, 
London. 



Harriot Powell Cotton, born 

5 January, bapt. at St. Law- 
rence, Isle of Thanet, co. 
Kent, 30 April 1808; died 

6 June, bur. in the Quex 
vault in Birchington Church, 
CO. Kent, 12 June 18 19. 



George Lear Curtis (2nd son=j=Augusta Elizabeth, born at 



of Sir William Curtis of Cul 
lands Grove, co. Middlesex, 
2nd baronet); born 15 Sep- 
tember 1805 ; died in Harley 
Street, London, 13 October 
1853- 



Weeting Hall, co. Norfolk, 18 
December 1809; marr. at St. 
Peter's, Isle of Thanet, 2 1 Jan- 
uary 1832 ; died 24 October 
1895, bur. in Kensal Green 
Cemetery, London. 



A 



Arthur Annesley Valentia 
Cotton, born 18 Decem- 
ber 181 1 ; of the 7th 
Light Dragoons, Lieu- 
tenant 13 September 
1831 ; died 12 May, bur. 
in the Quex vault in 
Birchington Church 20 
May 1836. 



Major William Gabbett= 
Beare of Holland House, 
Kingsgate, Isle of Thanet ; 
of the 46th Foot, Ensign 
18 January 1826, Lieu- 
tenant 1826, Captain 1835, 
retired i November 1846; 
died at 34 Devonshire 
Place, Portland Place, 
London, aged 68, 1 7 
January 1874. 



=Charlotte Laura, 
born 2 7 May 
181 3 ; marr. at 
St. Peter's, Isle 
of Thanet, 6 
April 1836; died 
6 March, bur. 
at Highgate, co. 
Middlesex, 10 
March 1893. 



Alexandrina Cotton, 
born 4 September, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Isle of Thanet, 16 
September 1815 ; 
died 16 September 
following, bur. in 
the Quex vault in 
P)irchington (Church 
21 September. 



It's 



Woodd. 

[Vol. 9. P- 65.] 



Pedigree of Woodd. 




Eleanor Denham, daughter of John= 
Denham of Borstall, co. Buckingham, 
by Catherine his wife, dau. of Sir 
Christopher Brome of Hilton, co. 
Oxford, knight, ist wife. 



Richard Bowles,==Katherine, aged 
slain at Alton Sin 1623; (?)bur. 



13 December 
1643, buried 
in Winchester 
Cathedral. M.I. 



m Winchester 
Cathedral 26 
November 1678. 



=Basil Woodd= 
of Greenwich, 
CO. Kent, and of 
Doctors' Com- 
mons, Lon- 

don, D.C.L. 

(2nd son of 
Alexander Woodd of Shynewood, co. Salop, by 

Elizabeth his 2nd wife, dau. of Thomas Jen- 
nings of Wellingbourne, co. Salop) ; Fellow of 
All Souls' College, Oxford, B.A. 1602, B.C.L. 
1608, D.C.L. 1612; Chancellor of the diocese 
of St. Asaph 1605, and of Rochester 1618; 
died in Lincoln College, Oxford, bur. in St. 
Michael's, Oxford, 30 November 1644. M.L 
at Brize Norton, co. Oxford. Will dated 14 
June 1644, proved 18 October 1655 (P.C.C. 
401 Ay kit). 



3^ 




Signature to will. 



=Eleanor Keate, 
dau. of Hugh 
Keate of Hag- 
bourne, CO. 
Berks, by Chris- 
tian his wife, 
dau. of John 
Upperton of 
Brightwell, co. 
Berks; executrix 
to her husband's 
will 18 October 
1655 ; buried at 
Brize Norton 28 
October 1664. 
M.L 2nd wife. 



Esther Meade,=f=Basil Woodd of Brize Norton; born 10 February \b\%; Head= 



died 26 March, 
bur. at Brize 
Norton 29 
March 1664. 
M.I. ist wife. 



Butler of Christ Church, Oxford ; died in Pennyfarthing Street, 
Oxford, 30 April, bur. at St. Michael's, Oxford, i May 1684. 
Will dated 18 January i68f, proved 2 June 1684 (P.C.C. 83 
Hare). He marr. 2ndly Hester, dau. of Richard Lisset ; bur. at 
Brize Norton 10 August 1674. 



g.^lfc^ 



Signature lo will. 



=Blanch, widow of 
Thomas Mill ward 
of Alderminster, 
CO. Worcester ; 
marr. at Welles- 
bourne, CO. War- 
wick, 29 April 
1675 ; died 10 
May, bur. at St. 
Michael's, Ox- 
ford, 12 May 1684. 
3rd wife. 

B 



Jane Hedges, dau.= 
of Henry Hedges 
of Wanborough, 
CO. Wilts ; marr. 
before 19 June 
1673, date of 
marriage settle- 
ments, marriage 
licence (Faculty 
Office) dated 9 May 
1673, then aged 
about 20. ist wife. 



=Basil Woodd of Oxford, surgeon ; born= 
10 February 165^ ; admitted by the 
University of Oxford to practice surgery 
7 July 1681 ; executor to his father's will 
2 June 1684; bur. at St. Paul's, Covent 
Garden, London, 9 January 169". M.L 
Administration granted 17 January 169^ 
(P.CC.) 



=Mary Eversen, dau. of Joas Eversen 
of London, merchant, by Alice 
Rogers his wife; marr. 21 April 
1692, marriage settlements dated 
20 April ; administratrix to her 
husband 17 January 169!; died at 
Richmond, co. Surrey, 21 March 
1 7§^. Will dated 9 November 1722, 
proved 20 August 1730 (P.C.C. 143 
Auher). 2nd wife. 



Eleanor Woodd of Richmond; born 18 February, bapt. at .St. Paul's, Covent Garden, London, 
22 February 169!; administratrix to her brother Basil 28 March 1739, and to her sister, Jane 
Woodd, I December 1755; died 15 June, bur. at Richmond 24 June 1771. M.L Will 
dated 25 January 1766, proved 19 June 1771 (P.C.C. 279 Trevor). 



166 



Thomas Woodd, Fellow of Merton College, Oxford ; bapt. at Brize 
Norton, co. Oxford, 14 January 162^; of All Souls' College, Oxford, 
matriculated 16 March 163;^, aged 15, B.A. and Fellow of Merton 
College 1641 ; mentioned in his father's will 14 June 1644; Captain in 
the Royalist Army; slain at Preston 1648. 



John Woodd, men- 
tioned in his father's 
will 14 June 1644; 
living 18 January 
168S. 



Elizabeth, mentioned in her 
father's will 14 June 1644; 
married John Smith. 



Ann, mentioned in her father's 
will 14 June 1644; married 
Thomas Coffin. 



Eleanor, married George 
Smith, who died in 1661. 



Robert Jones,=f=Esther, born 21 Edward Woodd, John Woodd, bapt. Eleanor Woodd, 

living 18 Jan- January 165!; bapt. at Brize at Brize Norton 19 bapt. at Brize 

uary i68|. living 18 January Norton 27 June February, bur. there Norton 21 May, 

i68f. 1654, bur. there 24 February 165^. bur. there 2 June 

/}\ 6 May 1658. 1658. 



Basil Woodd of Richmond, co. 
Surrey; born 18 March iGgJ ; 
executor to his mother's will 20 
August 1730 ; died 26 December, 
bur. at Richmond 29 December 
1738. M.I. Administration was 
granted 28 March 1739 (P.C.C.) 



Jane Woodd, of Richmond ; born 6 May 
1695, bapt. at St. Paul's, Covent 
Garden, London, next day ; executrix to 
her mother's will 20 August 1720; died 
13 November, bur. at Richmond 20 
November 1755. M.I. Will dated 24 
June 1750, proved i December 1755 
(P.C.C. 330 Paul.) 



Mary, born 2 5 
May 1696, bapt. 
at St. Paul's, 
Covent Garden, 
London, the next 
day ; died in 
infancy. 



Charles Woodd of Richmond and of Doctors'^ 
Commons, London, Proctor; born 25 June 
1697, bapt. at Richmond the next day; 
executor to his mother's will 20 August 1720; 
died in Doctors' Commons, London, 30 May, 
bur. at Richmond 3 June 1731. Adminis- 
tration granted 13 June 1731 (P.C.C.) 



=Elizabeth Nottingham, marr. in April 1723; 
administratrix to her husband 13 June 1731; 
died, aged 44, 1 1 January, bur. at Richmond 
15 January 174I. Administration granted 14 
February 774! (P.C.C.) She marr. istly Simon 
Wilson of Doctors' Commons, London, and of 
Clapham, co. Surrey. 



167 



Hugh Keate 
Woodd of Ox- 
ford, surgeon ; 
bom 24 Septem- 
ber 1659; bur. 
at Brize Norton, 
CO. Oxford, I o 
August 1682. 



Thomas Woodd, 
born 7 July 1661 ; 
died 10 January 
i66|. 



Alexander Woodd=j=Winifred Dodwell, 



of Oxford, surgeon ; 
bom 29 November 
1662 ; died, aged 
86, 23 January 
i74l- 



marr. 6 June 1687, 
marriage settle- 
ments dated 28 
May ; died, aged 
76, 12 September 
1744. 



(?) A daughter, 
married . . . 
Aldworth. 



/K 



Elizabeth Price, dau.= 
of William Price of 
Richmond, co. Surrey ; 
bapt. at Richmond 31 
August 1724; marr. 
at Twickenham, co. 
Middlesex, i August 
1749 ; died at Wey- 
mouth, CO. Dorset, 
aged 47, 4 August, 
bur. at Richmond 
13 August 1771- 
M.I. ist wife. 



=George (Basil) Woodd of the 01d= 
Palace, Richmond, and of Masham, 
CO. York ; born in London 8 
January, bapt. 13 January 172!; 
administrator to his mother 14 
February 174!; executor to will of 
his aunt, Eleanor Woodd, 19 June 
1771 ; died at Brompton, co. Mid- 
dlesex, 1 1 March, bur. at Richmond 
18 March 1784. Will dated 13 
August 1783, proved 16 March 
1784, by John Woodd, cousin 
(P.C.C. 181 Rockingham). 



^^^^€. 



=Gertmde Ballard, dau. and heir of 
George Ballard of Leatherhead, 
CO. Surrey, by Mary his wife, dau. 
of John Borrett of Shoreham, 
CO. Kent; bom 29 January 174!^; 
marr. at Dartford, co. Kent, 21 
June 1774, marriage settlements 
dated 10 June; died at Portman 
Place, London, 16 February, bur. 
at Paddington, co. Middlesex, 20 
February 1818. M.L 2nd wife. 




E 



George Woodd, born= 
20 April, bapt. at 
Richmond 29 April 
1750; died at Ips- 
wich, CO. Suffolk, 8 
December 1798. 



A 



=Sarah Foreman of co. Kent ; 
marr. at Bexley, co. Kent, 

2 May 1775; died, aged 52, 

3 May 1810, bur. at Grosvenor 
Chapel, South Audley Street, 
London. M.I. 



William Woodd, 
born 2 1 Septem- 
ber, bapt. at Rich- 
mond 6 October 
1751 ; Captain 
45th Foot 2 March 
1776. 



Basil Woodd, born 
2 January, bapt. at 
Richmond 7 January 
1753 ; died 26 Sep- 
tember, bur. there 
30 September 1757. 



1 58 



Basil Woodd, born i8 January 172J; 
died I April, bur. at Richmond, co. 
Surrey, 4 April 1726. 



Charles Woodd, bom 27 July 
1727 ; died 13 April 1732. 



Mary Woodd, born 
26 January 
died in infancy. 



174 ; 



Basil Woodd of St. Paurs,=j=Hannah Price, dau. of William Price of Richmond; James Woodd, 



Covent Garden, London ; 
born 30 May, bapt. 4 
June 1730; died 12 Jan- 
uary, bur. at Richmond 
16 January 1760. M.I. 
Administration granted 
28 January 1760 (P.C.C.) 



bapt. at Richmond 28 April 1736; marr. at St. 
Paul's, Covent Garden, London, 17 July 1759 ; 
administratri.K to her husband 28 January 1760; 
died at Greenwich, co. Kent, 11 November 1784, 
bur. at Richmond. M.L Will dated 26 March 
1782, proved 26 November 1784, by the Rev. 
Basil Woodd, son and sole executor (P.C.C. 626 
Rockingliam). 



born 9 October, 
died 3 Novem- 
ber 1731. 



As 



I 
Charles Woodd of Edgware=Mary Jupp, dau. of William Jupp of Wandsworth, co. 

Road, London, surgeon; born Surrey, architect, by Mary his wife, dau. of Humphrey 

in London 26 August, bapt. Webb; born 19 September 1768; marr. 11 January 1799; 

6 September 1775; died 21 died at her residence, Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, 25 April 

May 1827, bur. at Paddington, 1832, bur. at Holy Trinity, Cheltenham. 
CO. Middlesex. M.L 



I . . I 

Eleanor Woodd, born 2 April, bapt. Elizabeth Woodd, born 14 July 

at Riclimond 5 April 1757; men- 1758; mentioned in will of her 

tioned in will of her great-aunt, great-aunt, Eleanor AVoodd, 25 

Eleanor A\'oodd, 25 January 1766; January 1766; died 10 March 

died at Winchester 17 August 1825, i82i,bur.in WinchesterCathedral. 

bur. in Winchester Cathedral. M.L M.L 



Charles Woodd, born 
6 July, bapt. at 
Richmond 21 July 
1754; died 4 No- 
vember, (?) bur. at 
Richmond 6 Novem- 
ber 1755. 



169 



Robert Middleton=j=Susanna Martha, born 
of Boroughbridge, at Croydon, co. Surrey, 
CO. York, esquire ; i September 1776; 
died 24 January marr. in May 1801 ; 
1844. died at Whitechapel, 

CO. Middlesex, 24 

July 1848. 



A\ 



Rev. Thomas Woodd, 
born at Croydon 31 Jan- 
uary, bapt. there 18 March 
1778; of St. Edmund's 
Hall, Oxford, matricula- 
ted 6 July 1 803, B. A. 1 807, 
M.A. 18 10; died 8 May 
18 1 6, bur. at Paddington, 
CO. Middlesex. M.I. 



John Alexander Woodd, 
born at Croydon 3 July, 
bapt. there 31 July 
1779; wounded by a 
firework 30 April, died 
13 May 1802, bur. at 
Paddington. M.I. 



Basil George Woodd of Hillfield,= 
Hampstead, co. Middlesex; bom at 
Croydon 26 April, bapt. there 28 
May 1 781; died at Hillfield, 
Hampstead, aged 91, 28 August, 
bur. at St. John's, Hampstead, 
3 September 1872. M.I. Will 
dated 16 October 1869, proved 17 
September 1872, by his sons, Basil 
Thomas, Robert Ballard and 
Charles Henry Lardner Woodd 
(Prin. Reg., 592, 72). 




=Mary Mitton, dau. Maria Woodd, Edward Woodd, 
and eventually heir born at Masham, bom 18 October 
of the Rev. Robert co. York, 22 1783 ; died in 
Mitton of Harro- November 1782; infancy, 
gate, CO. York ; died at Bromp- 
born I March, ton, London, 3 
bapt. at St. John's, December 1814, 
Knaresborough, co. bur. at Padding- 
York, 30 March ton. M.I. 
1784; marr. there 
8 September 1814 ; 
died at Hillfield, 
Hampstead, 13 Jan- 
uary, bur. at St. 
John's, Hampstead, 
19 January 1864. 
M.I. 



{J^or issue see " Visitation of Em^land and Wales" 
Vol. IX., page 65.) 



Charles Basil Woodd, born 14 
January, bur. at Richmond, 
CO. Surrey, 19 January 1763. 



Jane Woodd, bom 10 Jan- 
uary, bapt. at Richmond 25 
February 1764. 



John Woodd, bapt. at Rich- 
mond 19 October, bur. there 
23 October 1767. 



170 




Pedigree of Crejner. 



Cremer. 

[Vol. 9. P- 79-] 



John Cremer of Snettisham, co. Norfolk, = 
yeoman (2nd son of Henry Cremer of 
Elinham, co. Norfolk, by Cecily his 
wife) ; bapt. at North Elmham, co. 
Norfolk, 13 May 1540; died, aged 71, 
17 February, bur. at Snettisham i8 
February 161". Will dated 24 May 
1600, and re-sealed i February 161", 
proved 15 March 161 J (P.C.C. 24 
Wonil). Inq. p. m. taken at Falkenham 
30 July 161 1 (C. Vol. J29, No. 18 j). 



v\nne 
Tash. 



Joan Hargate,= 
dau. of Robert 
Hargate of 

Sedgeford, co. 
Norfolk ; marr. 
at Snettisham 2 7 
January 158? ; 
died before 1 6 
April 1632, bur. 
at Snettisham. 
I St wife. 



=Thomas Cremer of= 
Snettisham, gent ; 
executor to his 
father's will 15 
iMarch 16 if. Will 
dated 1 6 April 
1632, proved 19 
May 1632 (Arch, 
of Norfolk, 1632, 
fo. 283). 



■Winifred, execu- 
tri.x to her 
husband's will 
19 May 1632. 
2nd wife. 



Edmund Cremer of= 
Heacham, co. Nor- 
folk, yeoman. Will 
dated 19 December 

1631, proved 18 May 

1632, by his sons, 
Henry and Edmund 
Cremer (P.C.C. 50 
Audley). ^ 



marriage settle- 
ments dated 
30 September 
1594 ; died be- 
fore 19 Decem- 
ber 1631, bur. 
at Heacham. 



Cremer of Heacham. 



John Cremer of Snet-= 
tisham, gent ; admitted 
to Gray's Inn 31 Jan- 
uary 163!; died before 
22 June 1637. 



^Elizabeth Bedingfield, dau. 
of Thomas Bedingfield of 
Hindolveston, co. Norfolk, 
by Mary his wife ; not 20, 
13 September 1619; Hving 
16 June 1663. 



A 

Cremer of Snettisham 
and Grimston. 



Edmund Cremer of= 
Snettisham, and after- 
wards of King's Lynn, 
CO. Norfolk, esquire. 
Will dated 18 and 26 
March 1672, proved 
13 April 1672 (Arch. 
of Norwich). 



= Alice Bragg, dau. 
of John Bragg 
of Stratford, co. 
Suffolk ; marriage 
licence (Ipswich) 
dated 25 June 
1623. 



Elizabeth Syliard, dau. of= 
Dr. Henry Syliard of Bury 
St. Edmunds, co. Suffolk ; 
marriage licence (Bury St. 
Edmunds) dated 1 7 October 
1660. I St wife. 



Charles Cremer of Gray's Inn,= 
London, esquire ; admitted to 
Grays' Inn 10 December 1650. 
Administration granted 1 2 
March 167-1 (P.C.C.) 



=Katherine Thory, sister of 
Thomas Thory of Islington, 
CO. Norfolk. Will dated 9 
December 1697, proved 4 I'"eb- 
ruary 169 J (Arch, of Norwich). 
She married istly \Mlliani 
Robinson of Wiggenhall St. 
Mary, co. Norfolk. 2nd wife. 



Elizabeth, mentioned in will of her 
aunt, Elizabeth Jeffs, 14 August 
1685; living 5 May 1688. 



171 



Elizabeth Williamson,^ 
daughter of Adam 
Williamson of Kes- 
wick, CO. Cumberland ; 
marriage settlements 
dated 26 January 
i6oy; died g April 
1624, bur. at Setchey, 
CO. Norfolk. M.I. 
I St wife. 



=George Cremer of=Mary, living Geoffrey Cremer=j=Rose Anguish, 
Setchey, gent ; 20 August of Fring, co. marr. at Snetti- 
died, aged 80, 23 1656. 2nd Norfolk ; died sham, co. Nor- 
August 1656, bur. wife. before i Novem- folk, 8 November 

at Setchey. M.I. ber 1645. 

Will dated 20 Au- 
gust 1656, proved 
18 November 

1656 (P.C.C. 390 
Berkeley). 



marr. at Snetti- 
sham, CO. Nor- 
folk, 8 November 
1600, marriage 
settlements dated 
27 November. 



Martin Cobb of Snettisham, gent ; bur. at=j=Anne, marr. at St. Peter Mancroft, Norwich, 8 June 



Snettisham. Will dated 31 January 163!, 
proved at Norwich 30 September 1642. 



1609, marriage licence (Norwich) dated same day; 
living 31 January i63f. 



A 



Dorothy Cabeck,=Wiliiam Cremer=f=Elizabeth Finch, 
dau. of Thomas 
Cabeck of Herrings- 
well, CO. Suffolk ; 
died, aged 23, 4 June 
1657, bur. at St. 
Margaret's, King's 
Lynn, co. Norfolk. 
M.I. ist wife. 



of Khig's Lynn, 
merchant ; execu- 
tor to his father's 
will 13 April 
1672; living 5 
May 16S8. 



bur. at St. Mar- 
garet's, King's 
Lynn, 6 October 
1680. M.I. 2nd 
wife. 



=Alice Hart, dau.=(?) Hannah Dade, 
of William Hart ; marriage settle- 
died, aged 44, ments dated 24 
30 April 1700, November 1702. 
bur. at St. Mar- 4th wife, 
garet's. King's 
Lynn. M.I. 3rd 
wife. 



John Cremer, men- 
tioned in will of his 
grandfather, Ed- 
mund Cremer, 26 
March 1672; living 
14 August 1685. 



Rev. William Cremer, Rector of Ingoldisthorpe, co.=pMary Peirson, died, 
Norfolk; mentioned in will of his grandfather, aged 27, 28 Sep- 
Edmund Cremer, 26 March 1672 ; admitted Sizar of 
St. John's College, Cambridge, 7 May 1681, aged 17, 
B.A. 1684; died, aged 72, i April 1736, bur. at 
Ingoldisthorpe. M.I. 



tember 1737, bur. 
at Ingoldisthorpe. 
M.I. 



Edmund Cremer of Beeston Regis,= 
CO. Norfolk, gent. Will dated 17 
June 1786, proved 11 September 
1786 (Arch, of Norfolk 1786, 74). 



=Mary, marr. after 
24 January 1744: 



administratrix 
her father li 
tober 1759. 



td 
Oc- 



George Cremer, 
died, aged 66, 
24 November 
1767, bur. at 
Ingoldisthorpe. 



Francis Cremer, 
died, aged 37, 
1 5 February 

i74f, bur. at 
Ingoldisthorpe. 



William Cremer, 
died in 1746. 



Lucy, died 
in 1747. 



Edmund Cremer, 
died in 1751. 

172 



Katherine Anguish,=John Cremer of Ingoldisthorpe,=j=Margaret Boynton, dau. of William 



marriage settlements co. Norfolk, gent; not 21, 24 
dated 22 November May 1600; died, aged 76, 12 
1603. I St wife. January 165!, bur. at Ingoldis- 



thorpe. M.I. 



Boynton of Flitcham, co. Norfolk, 
esquire ; died, aged 68, 19 March 166°, 
bur. at Ingoldisthorpe. M.I. 2nd wife. 



A 
Cremer of Ingoldisthorpe. 



Sarah Filmer, dau. of Sir= 
Edward Filmer of East 
Sutton, CO. Kent, knight, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of 
Richard Argall of East 
Sutton ; marr. in August 
1638; died 28 October 1661, 
bur. at Setchey. M.I. ist 
wife. 



=Sir John Cremer of Setchey, co.= 
Norfolk, knight ; admitted to Gray's 
Inn 17 February 162^; executor to 
wills of his brother Edmund 13 
February 164^^, and his father 18 
November 1656; Sheriff of co. 
Norfolk 1659 and i66o; knighted 
8 July 1660. Will dated 20 De- 
cember 1666, proved 15 March 166^ 
(P.C.C. 68 Coke). 



Three sons and a daughter, 
died in infancy. 



=Ursula Fabian, dau. of 
Edmund Fabian of St. 
Gregory's, London, Citizen 
and Draper ; marriage 
licence (Faculty Office) 
dated 7 February i66|, 
then aged 20. She mar- 
ried 2ndly . . . Borcman, 
and 3rdly Arnold Browne 
of the Middle Temple, 
London, esquire. 2nd wife. 



Robert Cremer Martin Cremer of=i=Mary Fiennes, Thomas Cremer, George Cremer of 



of Tacolneston, 
CO. Norfolk. 
Administration 
granted 20 Au- 
gust 1669, to 
Charles Cremer, 
brother(P.C.C.) 



St. Martin's, I-ud- 
gate, London, 

milliner ; aged 22, 
25 November 1663; 
died before 14 
August 1685. 



marriage licence living 
(Vicar-General) 1688. 
dated 25 No- 
vember 1663, 
then aged about 
20. 



A 



May King's Lynn, co. 
Norfolk, esquire ; 
admitted to Gray's 
Inn 27 October 
1 666. Administra- 
tion granted 5 May 
1688 (P.C.C.) 



Charles Cremer, men-= 
tioned in wills of his 
grandfather, Edmund 
Cremer, 26 March 
1672, and his aunt, 
Elizabeth Jeffs, 14 
August 1685 ; living 
13 November 1742. 



A 



Francis Cremer of Beeston==Mary Green, dau. 



Regis, CO. Norfolk, Citizen 
and Fishmonger of Lon- 
don ; mentioned in will of 
his aunt, Elizabeth Jeffs, 
14 August 1685 ; living 24 
January 174I. Adminis- 
tration granted 18 October 
1759 (Arch, of Norfolk). 



Thomas Woodrow of Runton, co.=f=Lucy, born in 



Norfolk; living in 1751. (For issue 
of his grandson, Cremer IVoodnnv, 
who took the surname of Cremer, 
see " Visitation of England a?id 
Wales," Vol. IX., page jg.) 



1723 ; married 
before 24 Jan- 
uary _ 1744 ; 
living in 1751. 



of Robert Green 
of Beeston Regis, 
gent, by . . . his 
ist wife ; marr. in 
October 17 14; 
living 28 May 
1736 ; died before 
24 January 174^. 



Elizabeth, living 
26 March 1672. 



Katherine, mentioned in will 
of her grandfather, Edmund 
Cremer, 26 March 1672; 
living 14 August 1685. 



A 



173 



Henry Cremer of King's=f=. . . . marriage 
Lynn, co. Norfolk ; died I setdements dated 
before i November 1645. | 18 April 1609. 



John Rogerson,^Anne, mentioned in her 
living 24 May father's will 24 May 1600; 
1600. 



Edmund Cremer of West Winch, co. Norfolk, gent ;=j=Anne Tryce, dau. of Richard Tryce 



admitted to Gray's Inn 13 March 162I-. Will dated 
I November 1645, proved 13 February 164I (P.C.C. 
19 Twisse). 



of Godmanchester, co. Huntingdon ; 
living I November 1645. 



Edmund Cremer, William, Earl FitzWilliam, born at the= 

living I November Duchy House, Savoy, London, 24 April 

1645; died young 1643; succeeded his father as 3rd 

before 20 August Baron FitzWilliam 21 February 165!-, 

1656. created Viscount Milltown and Earl 

FitzWilliam, in the Peerage of Ireland, 

21 July 1716; died 28 December 1719, 

bur. at Marholm, co. Northampton. 

Will dated 27 March 17 17, proved 19 

January 17!^, by his son, John, Earl 

FitzWilliam"(P.C.C. 7 Shalkr). 



=Anne, born after i November 
1645 ; executrix and sole heir 
to her uncle, Sir John Cremer, 
15 March i66f; marr. at St. 
Andrew's, Holborn, London, 30 
May 1669, marriage licence 
(Faculty Office) dated 29 May 
1669; died, aged 71, 4 February, 
bur. at Wareham, co. Dorset, 13 
February 1714. Administration 
granted 2 March 17 if (P.C.C.) 



A 



Joseph Bent of= 
Enderby, co. 
Leicester, gent. 



=Frances, marriage settle- 
ments dated 14 January 
163I. 



Ellen, living unmarried 
I November 1645. 



Other issue three sons, 
died young, and five 
daughters. 



John EUiston of=Elizabeth, aged about 50,= 
St. Martin's-in-the- 14 December 167 1 ; living 
5 May 1 688. Will dated 
14 August 1685, proved 31 
July i68g, by James Jeffs, 
step-son (P.C.C. 99 E7it). 



Fields,Westminster. 
1st husband. 



=John Jeffs of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, 
Westminster, gent ; marriage licence (Vicar- 
General) dated 14 December 1671, then 
aged about 60. 2nd husband. 



Edward Bloome=Frances, living 
of Shernbourn, 14 August 1685. 
CO. Norfolk. 



Benjamin Holly of King's=i=. 
Lynn, co. Norfolk, esquire ; 
admitted F'ellow Commoner 
of Caius College, Cambridge, 
13 October 1657, aged 17; 
admitted to Gray's Inn 24 
March i6f§. A 



. . married 
. Pulverloft. 



1/4 




Pedigree of A II good. 



Allgood. 

[Vol. 9, p. 85.] 



Lancelot Allgood of Bradley, co. Durham,=j=Alice Lewen, daii. 



and of Hexham, co. Northumberland (eldest 
son of Robert Allgood of Hradle)', by . . . his 
wife, tiau. of the Rev. . . . Rye, Rector of 
Morpetli, CO. Northumberland) ; Bailiff of 
Hexham 1646-52 ; bur, at Hexham 26 
August 1652. 



of Thomas Lewen 
of Amble, co. 
Northumberland ; 
bur. at Hexham 27 
November 1691. 



.^nn, marr. at= 

St. Nicholas', 
Newcastle-on- 
Tyne, 6 June 
1666 ; living 
14 October 
1 669; married 
istly Captain 
. . . Downs. 
1st wife. 



=Rev. Major Allgood, Rector= 
of Simonburn, co. North- 
umberland ; of Christ's 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1662, M.A. 1667; died, 
aged 59, 30 December 
1696, bur. at Simonburn 
3 January 169^. M.L 
Portrait at Nunwick, co. 
Northumberland. 



=Mary Pye, dau. of the 
Rev. John Pye, Rector 
of Morpeth ; marr. at 
Bisiiop Wearmoutli, 
CO. Durham, 4 March 
167^; died, aged 60, 
28 February 171 3, 
bur. at Simonburn. 
M.L 2nd wife. 



Catharine, 
married Wil- 
frid Dykes 
of Hexham, 
an Excise 
Officer. 



Ralph Brandling of= 
Hoppen, CO. North- 
umberland, esquire; 
died, aged 54, 23 
April 17 17, bur. at 
Alnwick, co. North- 
umberland. M.L 
Will dated 19 April 
1 717. He mar- 
ried istly Dorothy 
Fowler. 



=Frances, mar- 
riage bond 
dated 30 Oc- 
tober 1706; 
bur. at Aln- 
wick 15 Feb- 
ruary i73|. 



Isaac Allgood of Brandon- 
White House, CO. North- 
umberland ; bapt. at 
Simonburn 29 March 
1683; of St. John's Col- 
lege, Cambridge, admitted 
a Pensioner 26 April 1703; 
died, aged 42, 29 July 
1725, bur. in the chancel 
of Simonburn Church. 



=Hannah Clerke, 
dau. of Isaac 
Clerke of Lon- 
don, wine mer- 
chant, by Hannah 
his wife ; bur. at 
St. Andrew's, Hol- 
born, London. 
She married 2 ndly 
. . . Roycroft. 



Hannah, born in London 
24 March i7of; died 
I September 1770, bur.' 
at Broomfield, co. Essex. 
She married John Glass. 



Mary, bapt. at Eglingham, 
CO. Northumberland, 18 
November 1709; died, 
aged 9, bur. at Morpeth 
13 November 171 7. 



I 
Sir Lancelot Allgood of= 
Nunwick ; born 1 1 February, 
bapt. at Eglingham 8 March 
171"; of Brasenose College, 
Oxford, admitted to Gray's Inn 
6 January 173^ ; M.P. for 
Northumberland 18 February 
174I ; knighted at .St. James' 
9 December 1 760 ; High 
Sheriff for CO. Northumberland 
1 746 ; died at Westgate Street, 
Newcastle-on-Tyne, aged 72, 
26 April 1782. 



=Jane Allgood, dau. and 
heir of Robert Allgood 
of Nunwick ; born at 
Hexham 13 December 
1721 ; marr. at Choller- 
ton, CO. Northumberland, 
22 February 1735; died 
at Bath, co. Somerset, 
25 March, "carried 
away" 31 March 1778 
(Bath Abbey Registers). 
Portrait at N'utiwick. 



Isaac Allgood, 
bapt. at Egling- 
ham 31 July 
1712 ; died 
at Durham 
School. 



Robert Allgood, born at Hexham i March 1 7^ §, 
bapt. there 8 April 1740; drowned whilst bathing 
at Eton I July 1756. Portrait at Nutnvick. 



Jane Allgood, born at Hexham 30 July, bapt. 
there 31 August 1743; died 26 September, bur. 
at Hexham 29 September 1747. 



17s 



Thomas Allgood of Hexham, co. Northumberland, gent ;=j=Isabell Crow, dau. of George 



BaiUff of Hexham 1690 to 17 13. Will dated 3 December 
1709, proved at York 17 June 17 13 (Vol. 68, fo. 335). 



Crow of Hexham ; marr. at 
Hexham 16 May 1667. 



Lancelot Allgood, 
bapt. at Hexham 
26 November 1668. 



Major Allgood, bapt. 
at Hexham 25 Au- 
gust 1670, bur. there 
12 August 1 67 1. 



Rev. James Allgood, Rector of Ingram, co.= 
Northumberland ; bapt. at Hexham 22 July 
1672 ; admitted Pensioner of St. John's College, 
Cambridge, 24 June 1689, aged 16, Fellow, 
B.A. 1692, M.A. 1696, B.D. 1704; Rector of 
Ingram 15 July 1703, bur. at St. John's, 
Newcastle-on-Tyne, 29 May 1744. Will dated 
27 May 1744, proved at Durham i June 1744. 



^Barbara Crow, marr. at 
St. Andrew's, Newcastle- 
on-Tyne, 3 December 
1706; mentioned in her 
husband's will 27 May 
1744; died, aged 80, in 
1756. 



Lancelot Allgood, 
bur. at Ingram 6 
July 1708. 



Barbara Allgood, 
bur. at Ingram 
I June 1714. 



Crow Allgood, of St. John's College, Cambridge, 
admitted Pensioner 13 October 1727, aged 16, B.A. 
1 731 ; bur. at All Saints', Cambridge, in 173!. 



Major Allgood of Brandon White= 
House, CO. Northumberland ; bapt. 
at Simonburn, co. Northumberland, 
10 March i684; bur. at Eglingham, 
CO. Northumberland, 2 May 1749. 



=Margaret Stoddart, dau. of the Rev. 
Charles Stoddart, Vicar of Egling- 
ham, by Martha Middleton his 
wife; marr. at Eglingham 18 
E'ebruary 172^. 



Mary Allgood, born 
16 April 1689; bur. 
in Hexham Church 
3 February 1746. 



Lancelot Allgood, bapt. 
at Eglingham 7 March 
172I, bur. there 11 
February 172!^. 



Major Allgood, bapt. at 
Eglingham 25 August 
1726; died 27 January, 
bur. at Eglingham 30 
January i 74I. 



Martha Allgood, 
bapt. at Egling- 
ham 30 June 
1727. 



Mary Allgood, bapt. 
at Eglingham 8 April 
1729, bur. there 27 
March 1734. 



Lancelot Allgood, 
born at Hexham 29 
November 1744, 
bapt. there i Jan- 
uary i74|- ; died at 
Simonburn 6 Sef)- 
tember 1747, bur. 
in the chancel of 
Simonburn Church. 



Margaret Allgood, 
born at Hexham 
26 February 174I, 
bapt. there i April 
1746 ; died 28 
September, bur. 
at Hexham 2 Oc- 
tober 1747. 



James Allgood of Nunwick,= 
CO. Northumberland ; born at 
Hexham 31 August, bapt. 
there 12 October 1749; of 
Brasenose College, Oxford, 
matriculated i8 November 
1768, M.A. 7 June 1771, 
D.C L. 9 July 1773; died 
14 May, bur. at Simonburn 
18 May 1807. /t\ 



=Martha Reed, dau. of 
Christopher Reed of 
ChipchaseCastle; bapt. 
at Chollerton, co. North- 
umberland, 7 March 
1767; marr. 2 October 
1790; died 19 Decem- 
ber, bur. at Simonburn 
26 December 1S02. 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and JVa/es," 
Vol. IX., page 8s.) 



176 



Lancelot AUgood of Brandon, = 
CO. Northumberland ; bapt. at 
Hexham, co. Northumberland, 
12 June 1644; died 8 Oc- 
tober, bur. at St. Nicholas', 
Newcastle-on-Tyne, co. North- 
umberland, 12 October 1703. 



=Margaret Lewen, dau. and coheir of Robert 
Lewen of Newcastle-on-Tyne, merchant 
adventurer; born 15 May, bapt. at St. John's, 
Newcastle-on-Tyne, 24 May 1651 ; marriage 
licence (Durham) dated 18 May 1668, bur. 
at St. Nicholas', Newcastle-on-Tyne, 20 July 
1707. Will dated 3 June 1707, proved at 
Durham. 



Richard Allgood, 
bapt. at Hexham 
12 August 1645 ; 
bur. there 27 
August 1652. 



Thomas Allgood, bapt. at 
Hexham 18 December 1673, 
bur. there 15 November 
1674. 



Catherine Allgood, bapt. at 
Hexham 24 February 167^, 
bur. there 4 May 1675. 



Bartholomew Allgood, bapt. at 
Hexham 28 September 1676, 
bur. there 16 April i68o. 



Ann Cook, mar-^Lancelot Allgood of Hex-= 
riage licence ham, attorney; bapt. at 
(Durham) dated Sinionburn, co. North- 
4 March i7i|. umberland, 1 May 1691 ; 
Bailiff of Hexham 1725 
-34 ; bur. at All Saints', 
Newcastle-on-Tyne. Will 
dated 6 January 173I, 
proved at York 27 Feb- 
ruary 173I (Vol. 83, 
fo. 491). 



=Esther Varey, dau. and heir of William Varey of 
Newcastle-on-Tyne, notary-public, by Elizabeth 
his wife; marr. 13 February 1725, marriage licence 
(Durham) dated 11 February, marriage settlements 
dated 12 February; administratrix to her father 27 
February 173!; died in Newgate Street, Newcastle- 
on-Tyne, aged 67, I April 1763, bur. at All Saints', 
Newcastle-on-Tyne. Will dated 2 April 1761, 
proved at York 10 November 1763. She 
marr. istly Thomas Teasdale of Steel Hall, in 
Slaley, co. Northumberland. 



William Hunter of= 
Hexham, attorney ; 
bapt. at Slaley 27 
August 1734 ; died 
at Islington, co. 
Middlesex, 23 De- 
cember 1782. Ad- 
ministration granted 
I April 1783. /t\ 



=Esther, born 13 No- 
vember 1729 ; marr. 
at St. Paul's, Covent 
Garden, London, 4 
June 1764, marriage 
settlements dated 2 
June 1764. Will dated 
29 October 1793. 



William Bainbridge of the= 
Riding, in Bywell St. An- 
drew, CO. Northumberland ; 
born 27 April 1736; died 
5 December 1826, bur. at 
Bywell. Will dated 4 
August 1826, proved 28 
June 1827 (P.C.C.) 



=Mary, born 7 March 



17- 



marr. at St. 



Clement Danes', Lon- 
don, s January 1769, 
marriage settlements 
dated 28 November 
1768; died 2 No- 
vember 1808. 



A 



Margaret Allgood, 
bapt. at Egling- 
ham 26 February 
173° ; bur. there 
27 March 1734. 



Rev. William Rastell, D.D., Preben- = 
dary of Southwell ; of Jesus College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1745, M.A. 1749, 
D.I). 1766, Fellow of Peterhouse ; 
Rector of Cromwell, co. Nottingham, 
and Walton-le-Wold, co. Leicester ; 
Master of St. Leonard's Hospital, 
Newark, co. Nottingham, and Vicar- 
General of Southwell ; died at Newark 
13 November 1788. /f^ 



=Mary, bapt. 
at Eglingham 
4 May 1734; 
married at 
Sinionburn i 
May 1754; 
living 1778. 



Charles Allgood, 
born and bapt. 
at Eglingham 1 9 
June 1738; bur. 
there 5 December 
173S. 



Jane Allgood, born at Hexham 26 August, bapt. there 4 October 1751; died at Bath, co. 
Somerset, 14 February 1776. 

177 



William Allgood of Wisbech, 
CO. Cambridge ; bapt. at Hex- 
ham, CO. Northumberland, 5 
January i64f. /t\ 



Catherine Allgood, 
bapt. at Hexham 1 9 
January 164!; died 
in infancy. 



Dorothy Allgood, born 8 March, 
bapt. at Hexham 9 March 1 6|{i ; 
bur. there 26 November 1650. 



George Allgood, bapt. at 
Hexham 12 October 1651, 
bur. there 31 May 1654. 



Rev. Bartholomew Allgood, Vicar of=j=Elizabeth Hunston, marr. 



St. Neots, CO. Huntingdon ; bapt. at 
Hexham 7 March 165!; of Christ's 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1676. 



at \V'isbech St. Peter, 
CO. Cambridge, 25 April 
1677. 



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Dorothy Allgood, bapt. at Hexham 
16 April 1678; died 6 September 
1712. 



Robert Allgood, 
bapt. at Hexham 
2 July 1679. 



Mary Allgood, bapt. at Hexham 
29 May 1683 ; died 5 November 
1709. 



Henry Widdrington of Colt Park,==Margaret, born at Simonbum, co. Northumberland, in 1693 ; 
CO. Northumberland; bur. in the marr. in Chipchase Chapel, co. Northumberland, in July 
choir of Hexham Church 14 1726, marriage setdements dated 21 June; administratrix 
January 172^. Administration to her husband i October 1729; died at Westgate Street, 
granted i October 1729. Newcastle-on-Tyne, aged 85, 7 December 1777. Portrait 

at Nunwick. 



Sir William Loraine of Kirkharle, co.= 
Northumberland, baronet ; born 1 7 June 
1749; succeeded his father as 4th baronet 
29 April 1755; educated at Eton and at 
Christ's College, Cambridge, admitted 16 
December 1767 ; Sheriff of co. North- 
umberland 1774; died 19 December, bur. 
at Kirkharle 26 December 1809. M.I. 
Will dated 13 June 1808, proved at 
Durham 12 May 18 10. He marr. 2ndiy 
Frances, dau. and heir of Francis Campart 
of Kensington, co. Middlesex. 



=Hannah, born 
at Nunwick 3 
January 1753; 
marr. at Simon- 
burn 1 9 Octo- 
ber 1776 ; died 
5 June, bur. 
at Kirkharle 
1 1 June 1797. 
M.I. I St wife. 



Rev. Lambton= 
Loraine, Rector 
of Milton Keynes, 
CO. Buckingham; 
born 2 1 May, 
bapt. at Kirkharle 
19 June 1752; 
died 3 June 1821. 



=Isabella, bom 
at Nunwick 
13 May 1754; 
marr. at Simon- 
burn 1 9 Oc- 
tober 1776. 



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178 




Pedigree of Strickland. 



Strickland. 

[Vol. 9, p. 97.] 



\\'altcr Strickland of Roynton, co.= 
\'ork, cscjuire, ckk'st son and heir of 
Williain Strickland of Uoynton, esquire 
(who is said to have accompanied 
Sebastian Cabot on his voyages, and 
was bur. at Wintringhani, co. York, 
8 December 1598), by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of Sir Walter .Strickland 
of Sizergh, co. Cumberland, knight ; 
bur. at Wintringhani 29 January 
163J. Administration granted at 
N'ork 2 April 1636. Inq. p. m. 
taken at Cillam 5 October 1637 
(C. Vol. ssj. No. 45). 



^Frances Wentworth, dau. 
of I'eter Wentworth of 
Lillingstone Dayrell, co. 
Buckingham, esquire, by 
Elizabeth his 2nd wife, 
sister of Sir Francis 
Walsingham ; bur. at 
U'intringham 27 April 
1636. Administration 

granted at York 10 May 



Margaret Cholmley, dau.= 
of Sir Richard Cholmley 
of Whitby, co. York, 
knight, by Susanna his 
ist wife, dau. of John 
Legard of London, mer- 
chant ; bapt. at Ganton, 
CO. York, 12 July 1604; 
marr. at St. Leonard's, 
Shoreditch, co. Middlesex, 
18 June 1622, marriage 
licence (Bishop of London) 
dated 11 June 1622, then 
aged 18 ; bur. at Whitby 
in 1629. ist wife. 



=Sir William Strickland of Boynton, knight and= 
baronet; aged 30 and more in January 163I ; 
aged 69, 29 August 1665 ; admitted to Gray's 
Inn 21 May 1617; knighted at U'hitehall 24 
June 1630; created a baronet 30 July 1641 ; 
M.P. for Hedon 1640, and for the East Riding 
of CO. York 12 July 1654; summoned as "Lord 
Strickland " to the Upper House by Oliver 
Cromwell ; Privy Councillor to Richard Crom- 
well ; bur. at Boynton 16 September 1673. \Vill 
(nuncupative) made in September 1673, proved 
at York 26 September 1673 (Vol. 54, fo. 287). 
{See ''Dictionary of National Biography" Vol. 
LV., page 55). 



=Lady Frances Finch, 
dau. of Thomas, ist 
Earl of Winchelsea ; 
by Cicely his wife, 
dau. of John Went- 
worth ; marr. at St. 
George's, Canter- 
bury, 3 May 1631. 
2nd wife. 



Sir Barrington Rouchier of Bening-= 
borough, CO. York, knight ; admitted 
to Gray's Inn 18 March 164^; Sheriff 
of CO. York 1658, M.P. for Thirsk 
16 April 1660; entered his pedigree 
in the Visitation of Yorkshire 9 Sep- 
tember 1665, then aged 38; knighted 
at Newmarket 24 October 1676; 
bur. at Newton-on-Ouse, co. York, 
29 October 1695. 



=Frances. Sir John Cochrane of Ochiltree,= 
CO. Ayr, knight (2nd son of 
William, ist Earl of Dun- 
donald) ; implicated in the Rye 
House Plot 1683, took part 
in Argyll's insurrection 1685, 
charged with High Treason, 
but pardoned on the scaffold. 
{See '■'■Dictionary of National 
Biography" Vol. XL, page 



=Margaret, publica- 
tion of marriage at 
St. Paul's, Covent 
Garden, Westmin- 
ster, 8, 15 and 22 
March 1652-. 



William Lawson of=i=Milcah, marriage William St. Quintin of=j=Elizabeth, marr. at St. 



Isell, CO. Cumber- 
land, esquire (son 
and heir apparent 
of Sir Wilfrid Law- 
son of Isell, ist 
baronet); aged 22 
in 1662. /^ 



licence (York) Scampston, co. York, esquire 
granted 1662, (son and heir apparent of Sir 
then aged 24. Henry St. Quintin of Harp- 

ham, CO. York, 2nd baronet); 
aged 33, 7 September 1665; 
died, aged 63, bur. at 
Harpham 6 November 1695. 



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Mary's, Beverley, co. York, 
18 December 1653; bur. at 
Harpham 3 October 1 700. 
Administration granted at 
York 21 October 17 10, to 
Sir William St. Quintin, 
baronet, son. 



179 



Walter Strickland of Flamborough, co. York,= 
esquire; admitted to Gray's Inn lo August 1618; 
Agent of the Long Parliament to the States- 
General of the Netherlands 1642-50, received 
the thanks of Parliament 2 August 1650; Joint 
Envoy with Oliver St. John to the States-General 
in 1650; M.P. for Minehead 1640, and for the 
East Riding of co. York 12 July 1654; Member 
of the Council of .State 10 February 165^; 
Captain of the Grey-coat Foot Guards 1654 ; 
summoned to the Protector's House of Lords 
December 1657; died in 1671, bur. at Flam- 
borough. M. L Administration granted at 
York 12 December 167 1. {See '''' Dictionary of 
National Biography," Vol. LV., page J4.) 



=Anne Morgan, dau. and Thomas Strick- 
heir of Sir Charles land ; admitted 
Morgan, Governor of to Gray's Inn 
Bergen-op-Zoom, by Eliza 10 August 1618. 
his wife, dau. of Philip 
von Marnix, Lord of Ste. 
Aldegonde ; naturalized 
by Act of Parliament 18 
February 165° ; adminis- 
tratrix to her husband 
12 December 167 1 ; died 
at Chelsea, co. Middle- 
sex, in 1688. She marr. 
istly Sir Lewis Morgan 
of Rhiwperra, knight. 



Sir Thomas Strickland of Boynton, co. York, baronet ;=i=Elizabeth Pile, dau. and coheir 



admitted to Gray's Inn 6 February 1644; M.P. for Beverley 
January i6s| ; succeeded his father as 2nd baronet 1673; 
aged 26, 29 August 1665 ; died 20 November 1684, bur. at 
Boynton. Will dated August (1684), administration granted 
at York 22 January i68|. 



of Sir Francis Pile of Compton 
Beauchamp, co. Berks, 2nd 
baronet, by Jane his 2nd 
wife ; marr. at Kensington, 
CO. Middlesex, 9 November 
1659. 



Sir Richard Osbaldiston of Hun-=j=Frances, born and 



manby, co. York, knight ; born 
30 August, bapt. at Hunmanby 
4 September 1655; knighted at 
Windsor 12 August 1681 ; bur. 
at Hunmanby 24 September 
1 72 1. M.I. He marr. 2ndly 
Elizabeth, dau. and coheir of 
John Fountayne of Melton, 
CO. York, esquire, and 3rdly 
Catherine, dau. of Thomas 
Hassell of Thorpe, co. York. 



bapt. at Kensington 
2 May 1 66 1 ; marr. 
22 March i6-J^-^ ; 
died 1 1 October, 
bur. at Hunmanby 
14 October 1682. 



Jane Strickland, 
aged 2, 29 Au- 
gust 1665. 



Elizabeth Strick- 
land, died in 
1664. 



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Anne Strickland, 
(Visitation of 
Yorkshire 29 Au- 
gust 1665.) 



Milcah Strickland, Robert Crompton of Great Drififield,=j=Ceziah, marriage 



(Visitation of co. York, esquire ; Clerk in the 

Yorkshire 29 Au- Alienation Office, London ; died in 
gust 1665.) September 1646. Will dated 1 Sep- 

tember 1646. He marr. istly Jane 
Culverwell, and 2ndly Anne, dau. 
of Francis Haldenby of Haldenby, 
CO. York. /\ 



licence (Y'ork) 
granted in 1628; 
bur. at Cherry 
Burton, co. York, 
7 December 1667. 
3rd wife. 



Sir William Strickland of Boynton, baronet ; aged= 
5 months, 29 August 1665; of Exeter College, 
Oxford, matriculated 12 November 16S0, aged 15; 
succeeded his father as 3rd baronet 20 November 
1684; M.P. for Malton 8 January i68| to 1707, 
and 27 March 1722, for co. York 19 May 1708, and 
for Old Sarum 3 August 17 16; Commissary-General 
of the Musters; died at Boynton, aged 59, 12 May 
1724. 



=Elizabeth Palmes, dau. and eventually 
sole heir of William Palmes of Malton, 
CO. York, by Mary his wife, dau. and 
coheir of Colonel the Hon''''' Sir William 
Eure ; marr. at St. Michael's, Malton, 
28 August 1684; died in July 1740, 
bur. at Boynton. Will dated 24 Novem- 
ber 1738, proved 6 August 1740 (P.C.C. 
243 Broivne). 



Rt. Hon'"'^ Sir William Strickland of Boynton, baronet ;= 
M.P. for Malton 11 May 1708 to 17 14, for Carlisle 29 January 
i7ii, and for Scarborough 28 March 1722 to 1735; 
succeeded his father as 4th baronet 1 2 May 1724; a Com- 
missioner of the Revenue (Ireland) 1709, a Lord of the 
Treasury 1725-27, Treasurer of the Queen's Household; 
Secretary at War 1730-35; Privy Councillor 11 June 1730; 
died at Boynton i September 1735. Will dated 14 June 

1733, with codicils dated 24 September and 19 November 

1734, proved 26 May 1736 (P.C.C. 119 Derby). 



=Catherine Sambrooke, dau. of 
Sir Jeremy Sambrooke of 
Gobions, co. Hertford, knight, 
by Judith his wife, dau. of 
Nicholas Vanacker of London, 
merchant; marriage settlements 
dated 29 March 1723; died 
14 February 1766; bur. at 
Edmonton, co. Middlesex. 
Will dated 10 March 1764, 
proved 26 February 1767 
(P.C.C. 74 Legard). 



I 
John Freeman ot Chute Lodge, co. Wilts ; died,=pElizabeth, marr. at St. George'.s, Hanover 



_, _ „. „ -, ^,_,„, -_ -_ — 

aged 72, bur. at Chute 13 September 1794. Will 
dated 3 July 1786, with codicil dated 29 September 
1792, proved 20 September 1794 (P.C.C. 456 



Square, London, 10 December 1751; died, 
aged 36, 7 F'ebruary, bur. at Chute 13 
February 1764. M.l. 



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181 



Christopher Percehay=i=Frances, mar- 



of Ryton in Kirk by 
Misperton, co. York, 
esquire ; entered his 
pedigree in the Visi- 
tation of Yorkshire 
29 August 1665, then 
aged 61. 



riage hcence 
granted at 
York in 1626. 



Sir Robert Barwick of Toulston Hall,=j= 
in Newton Kyme, co. York, knight ; 
bapt. at Doncaster in 1589; admitted 
to Gray's Inn 29 October 1611; 
knighted at York 21 November 
1641 ; Recorder of Doncaster 22 
September 1653, and afterwards of 
York; died, aged 72, 25 April 1660, 
bur. at Newton Kyme. M.I. 



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=Ursula, marriage 
licence granted 
at York in 1630 ; 
died, aged 81, 4 
October, bur. at 
Newton Kyme 
6 October 1682. 
M.I. Will dated 
2 April 1679. 
2nd wife. 



Waiter Strickland of Bever- 
ley, CO. York, esquire ; 
born in 1667 ; Gentleman 
Commoner of Exeter 
College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated II March i68f, aged 
18, of the Middle Temple, 
admitted 1680; bur. at 
St. Mary's, Beverley, i 
February 173". Will dated 
21 April 1730, proved at 
York 8 October 1731 (Vol. 
82, fo: 207). 



=Elizabeth Peirson, mar- 
riage licence granted at 
York 1706, then aged 
22 ; executrix to her 
husband's will 8 October 
1 731; bur. at St. Mary's, 
Beverley, 5 September 
1738. Will dated 21 
March 173^, with codicil 
dated 29 August 1738, 
proved at York 19 Sep- 
tember 1738 (Vol. 85, 
fo: 341). 



Thomas Strickland, 
born in 1669 ; of 
Exeter College, Ox- 
ford, matriculated 15 
October 1685 ; men- 
tioned in the will of 
Dame Elizabeth Strick- 
land 24 November 
1738 (?) of Singleton, 
CO. Sussex ; will dated 
4 April 1 74 1, proved 
10 August 1742 
(P.C.C. 157 Tremley). 



Nathaniel Strick- 
land, bapt. at 
Boynton, co. 
York, in 1673 ; 
died in infancy. 



Walter Strickland of Jermyn Street, Westminster, and of Flamborough, co. York, esquire ; bapt. 
at Beverley 24 July 1709. Will dated 22 April 1763, with codicil dated 18 December 1775, 
proved 25 September 1778 (P.C.C. 375 Hav\ and a codicil dated 7 January 1777, proved 
24 May 1780 (P.C.C. 288 Collins). 



Sir George Strickland of Boynton, = 
baronet; born in March 1729; suc- 
ceeded his father as 5th baronet 
I September 1735 ; Sheriff of co. York 
1768; died at Boynton 13 January 1808. 



=Elizabeth Letitia Winn, dau. of Sir Rowland Winn of 
Nostell, CO. York, 4th baronet, by Susanna his wife, 
dau. of Edward Henshaw of Eltham, co. Kent ; marr. 
at Wragby, co. York, 25 November 1751; died at 
Hildenby Hall, co. York, aged 78, in 1813. 



Sir William Strickland of Boynton, co. York, baronet ;= 
born at Boynton 12 March, bapt. there 9 April 1753; 
succeeded his father as 6th baronet 13 January 1808; 
died at Boynton, aged 80, 8 January, bur. there 14 
January 1834. Will dated 16 October 1833, proved 
3 September 1834 (P.C.C. 533 Teignmouth). 




=Henrietta Cholmley, 3rd dau. and 
coheir of Nathaniel Cholmley of 
Whitby Abbey, co. York, by Henrietta 
Catherine his wife, dau. of Stephen 
Croft of Stillington, co. York ; born at 
Howsham, co. York, 23 August 1760; 
marr. 15 April 1778; died at Tenby, 
CO. Pembroke, aged 60, 26 March, bur. 
at Penally, co. Pembroke, 3 April 1827. 



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{For issue see " Visitation of England arid JVales," 
Vol. IX., page 97.) 



Francis Strickland, Charles Strickland, born in 1672, Rear-Admiral of the Red 1723; 

mentioned in his died at Beaufort Buildings, Strand, co. Middlesex, 1 1 November 

father's will August 1724. Will dated 30 August 1704. Administration granted 13 January 

1684. 172 J (P.C.C. 19 Romney). 



Kt. Hon'"''^^ Jiilm Smith of Tcdworth, co. Hants; of St. John's College,=i=Anne, marriage 



Oxford, matriculated 18 May 1674; of the Middle Temple, admitted 1674 
M.P. for Ludgershall 6 February 167J to February i68;y, for Beeralston 
15 December 1691, for Andover 30 October 1695 to August 1713, for East 
Looe 27 January 171I, to 1723; a Lord of the Treasury 3 May 1694-99, 
Chancellor of the Exchequer 15 November 1699 to 1701 and November 
1708 to 1710, Speaker 24 October 1705 to November 1708; Commissioner 
for the Union with Scotland 1706; died 30 September, bur. at South 
Tedworth 4 October 1723. M.I. (See '■'■ Dictionary of Natio7ial Biography" 
Vol. LI 11., page 77). ' /K 



licence (Faculty 
Office) dated 7 
November 1683, 
then aged 18. 



Katharine Henshaw, dau. and= 
coheir of Charles Henshaw of 
Eltham, co. Kent, esquire, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of 
Edward Roper of Wellhall, co. 
Kent ; bur. in the " Roper's " 
Chancel, St. Dunstan's Canter- 
bury, 14 December 1741. 
I St wife. 



=William Strickland of Beverley,= 
CO. York, esquire ; bapt. at Bever- 
ley 9 October 17 14; M.P. for 
Beverley 5 May 1741 ; died at 
North Parade, Bath, co. Somerset, 
aged 74, 3 June, bur. in the 
chancel of St. James', Bath, 
6 June 1788. Will dated 10 
June 1775, with codicil dated 
21 August 1787, proved 16 June 
1788 (P.C.C. 325 Calvert). 



•Diana Moyser, dau. of 
Colonel James Moyser of 
Beverley, bapt. at Coney 
Street, York, 26 July 1 723 ; 
marr. at St. Saviour's, 
York, 25 May 1752 ; living 
18 December 1775; died 
before 21 August 1787. 
2nd wife. 



Waiter Strickland of Flamborough,= 
CO. York, and of Upper Harley Street, 
London ; Captain and Lieut.-Colonel 
ist Foot Guards 16 March 1781 ; 
died in Upper Harley Street i April, 
bur. at St. James', Bath, co. Somerset, 
II April 1793. Will dated 29 May 
1789, with codicil dated 5 June 1792, 
proved 18 April 1793 (P.C.C. 227 
Dodwell). 



=Dorothy Mary Rolfe, dau. of Edmund Diana Strick- 
Rolfe of Heacham, co. Norfolk, by land, bapt. at 
Dorothy his wife, dau. of — Folkes ; Beverley 23 
marr. at St. James', Westminster, 17 May 1753; 
November 1785 : executrix to her living lo June 
husband's will 18 April 1793; died, 1775. 
aged 42, 3 August 1807, bur. at 
Heacham. M.L She marr. 2ndly 
Charles William Michel of Notherwood, 
CO. Hants. 



Strickland Freeman=Elizabeth, marr. at 
of Fawley Court, Chute, co. Wilts, 
CO. Berks (son of 13 August 1781; 
John Freeman, by died in 182 1. 
Elizabeth Strickland 
his wife) ; bapt. at 

Shephall, co. Hertford, 24 May 1754; 
executor to his father's will {see page iSi) 
20 September 1794; died at Mezi^res, in 
France, aged 67, 25 November 1821. 



Charlotte Strick- 
land, died at 
Apperley Court, 
CO. Gloucester, 
aged 74, 2 June 
1833- 



George Strick-= 
land of Newton 
and Chestnut 
Grove, CO. York; 
born 30 Novem- 
ber 1760 ; died 
5 June 1832. 



=rJ 



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Eleanor 
Craggs,dau.and 
coheir of Chris- 
topher Craggs 
of Houghton- 
le- Spring, co. 
Durham ; marr. 
25 September 
1792. 



183 



William Waldby of=f=Elizabeth, marr. 



Beverley, co. York, 
grocer ; living 7 
January 1777. 



before 2 1 April 
1730; living 7 
January 1777. 



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Mary Strickland, mentioned in her father's will 21 
April 1730. Will dated 27 April 1734, proved at 
York 20 July 1734 (Vol. 83, fo. 358). 



Charles Strick-= 
land. Captain 
82nd Foot ; 
died at Gibral- 
tar 6 December 

1795- 



=. . . marr. 
2ndly 22 No- 
vember 1 8 10, 
John Smythe 
of Cheriton 
Lodge, CO. 
Hants. 



Juliana Sabina 
Strickland, died 
at Apperley 
Court, CO. Wor- 
cester, aged 84, 
2 1 September 
1849. 



James Calder, Lieutenant= 
46th Foot 12 July 1796, 
Paymaster and Captain 
26th Light Dragoons ; 
marr. at Boynton, co. 
York, 25 August 1798; 
died, aged 32, being 
accidentally drowned at 
Woodbridge, co. Suffolk, 
25 June 1805. 



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=Sophia Letitia, died 
at Hammersmith, 
CO. Middlesex, 2 
April 1859. She 
marr. 2ndly William 
Glascott, Lieu- 

tenant 1 6th Light 
Dragoons 19 Sep- 
tember 1805. 



Frances Western,= 
dau. and coheir 
of Maximilian 
Western of Coke- 
thorp Park, CO. 
Oxford ; marr. 
at Chalfont St. 
Peter's, co. Buck- 
ingham, 31 Au- 
gust 1803 ; died, 
aged 60, at 
Cokethorp Park 
23 April 1836. 
ist wife. 



=Walter Strick-= 
land of Coke- 
thorp Park ; 
born 6 De- 
cember 1771 ; 
High Sheriff for 
CO. Northamp- 
ton 181 1 ; died 
at Cokethorp 
Park 20 October 
1839. 



=Sarah Bucktrout, 
marr. at Bramham, 
CO. York, 29 June 
1837; diedatBrigh- 
ton, CO. Sussex, 
aged 86, 1 1 October 
1877. She marr. 
istly Sir Francis 
Boynton of Burton 
Agnes, CO. York, 
8th baronet. 2nd 
wife. 



Henry Eustatius=j=Mary Cartwright, 



Strickland of 
Apperley Court, 
CO. Gloucester ; 
born 3 1 August 
1777 ; died at 
Apperley Court, 
aged 87, 29 May 
1865. 



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dau. of the Rev. 
Edmund Cart- 
wright of Woburn, 
CO. Bedford, D.D., 
F.R.S., by Alice 
his ist wife, dau. 
and coheir of 
Richard Whitaker 
of Doncaster, co. 
York, esquire ; 
marr. at Hatfield, 
CO. York, 22 De- 
cember 1802; died 
3 February 1858. 



184 



Pedigree of Gerard of Bryii, eo. Lancaster. 



Gerard. 

[Vol. 9, p. io8. 



Sir Thomas Cieianl of Rryn, co. Lancaster 
(son of Peter Gerard of Hryn, esquire, by 
Margaret his wife, dau. of Sir W'ihiani Stanley 
of Hooton, CO. Chester, knight); born at Bryn 
29 September 1488, bapt. there {Due. Lane, 
lug., Vol. 4, No. jp); succeeded his father, 
20 June 1494; fought with distinction at 
Flodden 9 September 1513; died in the 
Scotch Wars at Berwick 7 November 1523. 
Will dated 13 September 1522, with cotlicil 
dated 6 November 1523. Inq. p. in. taken 
at Lancaster 10 March 152! (Due. Lane., 
VoL 5, No. 22). 



=Margery Trafford, dau. of Sir lulmund Trafford 
of Trafford, co. Lancaster, knight, by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of Sir John Savage; died 10 May 
1540, bur. at Etwall, co. Derby. Will dated 30 
April 1540, proved 5 June 1540 (P.C.C. 
7 Alengcr). Inq. p. m. taken at Lancaster 26 
August 1540 {Due. Lane., Vol. 8, No. ij). 
She niarr. istly Nicholas Longford of Longford, 
CO. Derby, esquire, son and heir apparent of Sir 
Ralph Longford, and 3rdly Sir John Port of 
I'"twall, knight, Cliief Justice of the King's 
Bench. 



Sir Thomas Gerard of Bryn,= 
knight; aged 12 and more 
10 March 152!; executor 
to his mother's will 5 June 
1540; knighted 11 May 
1544; Sheriff of co. Lan- 
caster 1548; M.P. for CO. 
Lancaster 11 January 156);. 



=Jane Legh, dau. of Sir Peter 
Legh of Lyme, co. Chester, 
knight; marriage settlements 
dated 18 July 1517, then 
aged 6 years. Will dated 
20 November 1575. (Lane, 
and dies. Reeord Society, 
Vol. 30, page g8). 



Peter Gerard, men- 
tioned in wills of 
his father 13 Sep- 
tember 1522, and 
his mother 30 April 
1540- 



William Gerard, 
mentioned in his 
mother's will 30 
April 1540. 



Sir Thomas Gerard of Bryn ; knighted=j=Elizabeth Port, dau. and coheir of Sir John 
at Westminster at the Coronation of Queen Port of Etwall, knight, by Elizabeth his wife, 
Mary 2 October 1553; imprisoned in the Tower dau. of Sir Thomas Gifford of Chillingham 
in 1571 and 1586; bur. in Winwick Church, Castle, co. Stafford, knight; died before 
CO. Lancaster, 28 October 1601. 1615. 



Cecily Mayne,= 
dau. of Wal- 
ter Mayne of 
Staplehurst,co. 
Kent, esquire, 
by Anne his 
wife ; living in 
1590 (Lydiate 
Hall), istwife. 



=Sir Thomas Gerard of Bryn, knight= 
and baronet; of Brasenose College, 
Oxford, matriculated 20 July 1578, 
aged 18 ; knighted at Grimston 18 
April 1603; created a baronet at 
the institution of the order 22 May 
161 1 ; M.P. for Liverpool 24 
October 1597, for co. Lancaster 
1 6 14, and for Wigan 16 January 
162^; bur. at St. Margaret's, 
Westminster, 16 February 162-^. 
Will dated 13 February i62y, 
proved 5 May 1621 (P.C.C. 40 
Dale). Inq. p. m. taken at Lan- 
caster II April 1622 {Due. Lane., 
Vol. 2g, No. 77). 



=Mary Hawes, dau.= 
of Sir James 
Hawes, Lord 

Mayor of London 
(1574), by Audrey 
his wife, dau. of 
John Copwood ; 
She marr. istly 
William Smith, 
Citizenand Mercer 
of London, and 
2ndly Sir Robert 
Lee, Lord Mayor 
of London (1602). 
2nd wife. 



=Mary Dormer, dau. of 
Sir William Dormer of 
Eythorpe, co. Bucking- 
ham, by Dorothy his 
wife, dau. of Anthony 
Catesby; bur. at Mid- 
hurst, CO. Sussex, Will 
dated 20 July 1637, 
proved 23 November 
1637 (P.C.C. 150 
Goare). She marr. 
istly the Hon'''= An- 
thony Browne, eldest 
son of Anthony, ist 
Viscount Montague, 
and 2ndly Sir Edward 
Uvedale. 3rd wife. 



18s 



Henry Gerard, James Gerard, Sir Peter Legh of Lyme, co. Dorset,=i=Margaret, dispensation 



living 30 April living 30 April knight; born 23 April 1514 ; 

1540. 1540- knighted at Leith in 1544; Sheriff 

of CO. Lancaster 1551, and of co. 
Chester 1554; died 6 December 
1589, bur. at Winwick, co. Lancaster. 
Will dated 4 December 1587, proved 
at York 2 1 February 1 5^^. Portrait 
at Lyme. /\ 



for marriage dated 27 
August 1518 ; living in 
1595, then aged about 
80. Portrait at Lyme. 



William Tarbock of Tarbock,= 
in Huyton, co. Lancaster, 
esquire; died 16 December 
1558. Will dated 14 May 
1557. Inq. p. m. taken at 
Wigan 28 September 1559 
{Due. Lane, Vol. 11, 
No. 14). I St husband. 



=Katherine,= 
died before 
20 Novem- 
ber 1575. 



A 



=Robert Charnock of Charnock, co. Lancaster, 
esquire ; bur. at Chorley, co. Lancaster, 1 2 January 
16 1|^. He marr. istly Isabel Norris, dau. of 
Sir William Norris of Speke, srdly Alice Leicester, 
dau. of Peter Leicester of Tabley, co. Chester, 
esquire, 4thly . . . Keighley, dau. and coheir of 
Henry Keighley, and Sthly Elizabeth Fleetwood, 
dau. of John Fleetwood of Penworthiam, co. 
Lancaster, esquire. 2nd husband. 



John Gerard, born 4 October 1564; educated at Douai, Edmond=j=Dorothy, living 28 
Rheims and Paris, and the English College, Rome; joined Peckham. October 1601. 
the Society of Jesus 15 August 1588; imprisoned in the 
Tower, whence he escaped in October 1597; first rector of 
the Jesuit College at Liege 1614-22; died at Rome 27 July /\ 

1637. {See "Dictionary of National Biography," Vol. XXI., 
page 222.) 



Frances Molyneux, dau.= 
of Sir Richard Molyneu.x 
of Sefton, CO. Lancaster, 
baronet, by Frances his 
wife, dau. of Sir Gilbert 
Gerard, Master of the 
Rolls ; bur. at Winwick, 
CO. Lancaster, 28 Feb- 
ruary 16 if. I St wife. 



=Sir Thomas Gerard of Bryn, knight and= 
baronet ; knighted at Royston 2 1 March 
i6i4; succeeded his father as 2nd baronet 
in February 162°, then aged 36; M.P. for 
Liverpool 12 February i62f ; died 15 May 
1630, bur. at Winwick. Funeral Certificate 
dated at Bryn 15 January 163!^. Inq. p. m. 
taken at Flixton 27 September 1630 {Due. 
Lane. Vol. 26, No. 57). 



=Dorothy Moore, marr. 
after 6 August 1623. 
She marr. istly John 
Petre of West Hanning- 
field, CO. Essex, esquire 
(3rd son of John, ist 
Baron Petre). 2nd wife. 



Sir William Gerard of Bryn, baronet; born=j=Elizabeth Clifton, dau. of Thomas Gerard, 



3 April 161 1 ; succeeded his father as 3rd 
baronet 15 May 1630, then aged 19; Governor 
of Denbigh Castle ; entered his pedigree in the 
Visitation of Lancashire 8 April 1665, then 
aged 53; admitted to Lincoln's Inn 27 February 
167^; bur. at Winwick 7 April 1681. 



Sir Cuthbert Clifton of died in infancy. 
Lytham, co. Lancaster, ( Visitation of 
knight, by Ann his ist Laneashire t66^.) 
wife, dau. of Thomas 
Tildesley of Morley, co. 
Lancaster, esquire ; marr. 
before 15 May 1630. 



William Gerard, "died in his childhood." 
( Visitation of La?icashire 166 J.) 

1S6 



Thomas Gerard, died in infancy. 
{Visitation of Lancashire i66j.) 



Richard Assheton of Middluton, co. Lancaster, esquire ; died 4 August, ^ 
bur. at Middleton 6 August 1550. Will dated 4 October 1548. 
Inq. p. m. taken at Manchester 18 September 1550 {Due. Lane, 
Vol. g, A^o. 2j). He marr. 2ndly Katherine, dau. of Sir Thomas 
Bedingham. /\ 



Anne, marr. before 
13 September 1522. 



John Jennison of Walworth, co.=j=Mary, bur. at Grin- 



Durham, esquire (2nd son of Thomas 
Jennison of Walworth). Inq. p. m. 
taken at Durham 22 June 161 1. 



don, CO. Durham, 
June 1601. 



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Michael Jennison=Martha, living 
of Etwall, CO. 28 October 
Derby, 5 th son of 1601. 
Thomas Jennison 
of Walworth. 



John Gerard, men- 
tioned in the funeral 
certificate of his grand- 
father 28 October 
1 60 1 ; enrolled in the 
Pre.ston Guild 2 Sep- 
tember 1622. 



Elizabeth, eldest 
daughter 28 Oc- 
tober 1 60 1. 



Ralph Standish of Standish, co.=Frances, second 

Lancaster, esquire ; died in daughter 28 Octo- 

1656. He marr. 2ndly Bridget, 

dau. of Sir Richard Moly- 

neux of Sefton, co. Lancaster, 

baronet. 



ber i6oi ; marriage 
settlements dated 
27 March i6of. 



Frances Hansby, dau.= 
of Sir Ralph Hansby 
of Tickhill Castle, co. 
York, knight, ist wife. 



=Richard Gerard of Ince, co. Lancaster ; born= 
in October 1613 ; Captain of Foot in the Spanish 
Service in the Netherlands 1635-42, Lieut.- 
Colonel of the Guard of Queen Henrietta Maria 
16 March 164I, present at the second battle of 
Newbury 27 October 1644, comprised in the 
surrender of Oxford ; Cup-Bearer to the Queen 
Mother i January i66y ; died at Ince 5 Sep- 
tember 1686, bur. at Wigan, co. Lancaster. (See 
^'■Dictionary of National Biography" Vol. XXI., 

page 224.) 
A A 



=Judith Steward, dau. 
of Sir Nicholas 
Steward of Pattishall, 
CO. Northampton. 
2nd wife. 



Anne Preston, dau. of= 
Sir John Preston of 
Furness, co. Lancaster, 
ist baronet, by Jane 
his wife, dau. and 
coheir of Thomas 
Morgan of ^Veston, 
CO. Warwick, ist wife. 



=Sir William Gerard of Bryn,= 
CO. Lancaster, baronet ; aged 
27, 8 April 1665 ; succeeded 
his father as 4th baronet in 
April 1681 ; bur. at Winwick, 
CO. Lancaster, 16 April 1702. 



=Mary Mostyn, sister of Sir Edward 
Mostyn, ist baronet, and dau. of John 
Mostyn of Talacre, co. Flint, esquire, 
by Anne his wife, dau. of Henry Fox 
of Lehurst, co. Salop ; bur. at Winwick 
30 January 171^. She marr. istly 
James Poole of Poole, co. Chester. 
2nd wife. 



187 



Thomas Hoghton== 
of HoghtonTower, 
in Leyland, co. 
Lancaster, esquire ; 
died at Liege, 
Belgium, 4 June 
1580. 



=Katherine, Richard Bold of Bold, in Prescot, co.=i=Elizabeth, marr. 

marr. after Lancaster, esquire; died 13 August 1558. after 13 Septem- 

i3Septem- Inq. p. m. taken at Preston 2 October 1560 ber 1522. 

bar 1522 ; {Due. Latic, Vol. 11, No. ij). He married 

living 30 istly Jane Molyneux, dau. of William Moly- 

April 1740. neux of Sefton, co. Lancaster, esquire, and 
3rdly Margaret Wodfall, dau. of William 

/K Wodfall. A 



Gilbert Gerard, admitted to the English 
College, Rome, 30 September 1634, aged 1 9 ; 
entered the Society of Jesus i January 164!^; 
died at Ghent, in Flanders, 13 August 1645. 



Peter Gerard, 4th son 
15 January 163^; died 
unmarried before 1665. 
( Visita/ion of Lan- 
cashire i66j.) 



Thomas Gerard, 5th son 
15 January 163!^; died 
unmarried before 1665. 
( Visitation of Lancashire 
1665.) 



John Gerard, 6th Frances Gerard, Cecily Gerard, died young, Frances Gerard, only daughter 

son 15 January died young (Fw/- bur. at Woodplumpton, 15 January 163I; "a nun, died 

163I; living 8 tation of Lati- co. Lancaster, 26 February beyond sea." {Visitation of 

April 1665. cashire i66j.) i6f^. Lancashire i66j.) 



Thomas Gerard of the 
Society of Jesus, Superior 
of the Yorkshire Residence; 
bapt in June 1641 ; admit- 
ted to the English College, 
Rome, 21 October 1660, 
aged 19 ; died 5 October 
1682. 



Cuthbert Gerard, 
admitted to the 
English College, 
Rome, 1 1 October 
1662, aged 19, left 
21 April 1664; 
living 4 September 
1682. 



John Gerard of Ince,=j=Anne Gerard, dau. 



CO. Lancaster, esquire ; 
enrolled in the Preston 
Guild I September 
1662 ; died in 1672. 
Administration granted 
at Chester in 1672. 



of Thomas Gerard 
of Ince, esquire, by 
Ellen his wife, dau. 
of Edward Langtree 
of Langtree Hall. 



A 



Sir William Gerard of= 
Bryn, co. Lancaster, 
baronet ; bapt. at Win- 
wick, CO. Lancaster, 22 
June 1662; succeeded 
his father as 5th baronet 
in April 1702; bur. at 
Win wick 29 May 1721. 
Administration granted 
at York 1 1 July 1721. 



=Mary Cansfield, dau. and 
heir of John Cansfield of 
Cansfield Hall, co. Lan- 
caster, by Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. and heir of James 
Anderton of Birchley Hall, 
CO. Lancaster, born 22 June 
167 1 ; bur. at Winwick 18 
July 1726. 



Thomas Gerard, born 
23 July 1667; entered 
the Society of Jesus 
7 September 1686, a 
priest in 1701 ; died 
at St. Omer, France, 
14 December 1715. 



John Gerard of 
Garswood, co. 
Lancaster, es- 
quire ; enrolled 
in the Preston 
Guild 4 Sep- 
tember 1682 ; 
living in 1715. 



188 



Frances Gerard, 
aged 14, 3 March 
164^ ; died in 
1646. 



Francis Howard of Corby, co. Cumber- 
land ; born 29 June 1635; died 17 
December 1702. He marr. 2ndly Mary 
Anne Dorothy, dau. of Richard Towneley 
of Tovvneley, co. Lancaster. ^ 



=Anne, aged 16 in 1652 ; marr. 
before i August 1653; died 24 
March 1679, bur. at Wetheral, 
CO. Cumberland. 



Francis Mary Gerard, 

Gerard, born before 

8 April 1665. 



Elizabeth Gerard, 
born before 8 
April 1665. 



Charles Water- 
ton of Walton, 
CO. York. He 
married 2ndly 
Sarah Baynhan. 



= Anne, born 
before 8 
April 1665. 



A 



Bridget 
Gerard. 



Frances 
Gerard. 



Winifred 
Gerard. 



.Sir William Gerard of Bryn,= 
CO. Lancaster, baronet ; born 
27 December 1697; educated 
at St. Omer, and at the 
English College, Rome, 
admitted 29 October 1716; 
succeeded his father as 6th 
baronet in May 1721; died 
at Ghent, in Flanders, 9 
December 1732. Adminis- 
tration granted at Chester 1 7 
May 1733. 



=Eli/.abeth Clifton, dau. of Thomas Clifton of John Cansfield 

Lytham, co. Lancaster, by Eleanora Alathea, Gerard of 

dau. of Richard Walmesley ; marr. in 1720; Cansfield Hall, 

died in Charles Street, Berkeley Square, co. Lancaster ; 

London, 20 August, bur. at Winwick, co. died at Ghent. 

Lancaster, i September 1783. Will dated 21 Administration 

June 1769, with codicil dated 29 November granted 3 May 

1774, proved 26 September 1783 (P.C.C. 458 1769 (P.C.C.) 
Coniwal/is). 



Thomas Anne Mary Elizabeth 

Gerard. Gerard. Gerard. Gerard. 



i 
Sir \Villiam Gerard 
of Bryn, baronet ; 
born 4 September 
1721 ; succeeded 
his father as 7th 
baronet 9 Decem- 
ber 1732 ; died 22 
March 174^. 



Sir Thomas Gerard of Bryn, baronet ;= 
succeeded his brother as 8th baronet 22 
March i74j; died in Upper Seymour 
Street, Marylebone, London, aged 57, bur. 
at Winwick 25 June 1780. Will dated 
8 April 1765, with codicils dated 2 Au- 
gust 1766 and 21 March 1767, proved 
14 July 1783 (P.C.C. 355 Cornwallis). 



=Mary Clare Tasburgh, dau. and 
heir of Henry Tasburgh of 
Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, 
by Susannah his wife ; marr. 
2 July 1749, marriage settle- 
ments dated 17 June 1749; 
died, aged 42, 27 October 
1768, bur. at St. Pancras', 
London. M.L 



Elizabeth Gerard, executrix 
to will of her sister 7 June 
1798; died at Ince, co. 
Lancaster, aged 63, in Sep- 
tember 181 5. 



Catherine Clare Gerard of (iarswood, co. Mary Gerard, 
Lancaster ; died at New Hail, Wigan, co. Lan- living 1 1 June 
caster, 5 April 1798. Will dated 26 September 1769. 
1795, with codicil dated 20 January 1798, 
proved 7 June 1798 (P.C.C. 401 Walpole). 



189 



Sir Robert Cansfield Gerard of Bryn, co.= 
Lancaster, baronet ; succeeded his brother as 
9th baronet in July 1780; died at Garswood, co. 
Lancaster, aged 59, 6 March, bur. at Winwick, 
CO. Lancaster, 11 March 1784. Will with three 
codicils dated i September 1780 to 20 Feb- 
ruary 1784, proved 6 May 1784 (P.C.C. 259 
Rockinghani). 



Catherine Anderton, dau. of 
William Anderton of Euxton Hall, 
CO. Lancaster, by Mary his wife, 
dau. of Richard, 5th Viscount 
Molyneux ; died at Richmond, 
CO. York, aged 79, 13 January, 
bur. at Winwick 22 January 1821. 



Mary; 



Sir Robert Clifton Gerard of Bryn, baronet ; succeeded his 
father as loth baronet 6 March 1784; died at Liege, 
aged 19, 26 August 1791. 



Elizabeth Gerard, died before 
26 September 1795. 



Sir William Gerard of Bryn, = 
CO. Lancaster, baronet ; 
born 12 July 1773; suc- 
ceeded his brother as nth 
baronet 26 August 1791 ; 
died 2 August, bur. at 
Winwick, co. Lancaster, 9 
August 1826. 



=Anna Maria Stapleton, dau. 
of Miles Stapleton of Rich- 
mond, CO. York ; marr. at 
Richmond 2 1 December 
1795; died at New Hall, 
Wigan, CO. Lancaster, aged 
31, 13 September, bur. 
at Winwick 20 September 
1808. 



Thomas Stapylton=Maria Juliana, 
of The Grove, born before 29 



Richmond, 
York. 



November 1774; 
marr. after 26 
September 1795 ; 
died 9 February 
1827. 



John Gerard of Windle= 
Hall, CO. Lancaster ; 
drowned at Southport, 
CO. Lancaster, aged 47, 
23 May, bur. at Winwick 
5 June 1S22. Will 
dated 24 April 1821, 
proved 15 August 1822, 
by Sir William Gerard, 
baronet (P.C.C. 434 
Herschell). 



=Elizabeth Ferrers, 6th dau. 
of Edward Ferrers of Bad- 
desley Clinton, co. Warwick, 
by Hester his wife, dau. of 
Christopher Bird of London ; 
marr. at Bath, co. Somerset, 
22 February 1803; bur. at 
Dublin. She marr. 2ndly 
William Gerard Walmesley, 
younger son of Richard 
Walmesley of Westwood 
House, CO. Lancaster. 



A 

(^For issue see " Visitation of England and 
Wales," Vol JX., page 108.) 



Thomas Strickland -^Catherine, marr. 
Standish of Standish at St. Maryle- 
Hall, CO. Lancaster ; bone, London, in 
assumed the name of April 1808; died 
Standish in addition 24 September 
to that of Strickland ; 1862. 2nd wife, 
died 4 December 
1813. He married 
istly Anastasia, dau. 
and coheir of Sir 
John Lawson of 
Brough, CO. York, 
baronet. 



190 



Pedigree of Bury. 



=Nicholas Bury of Ashwell, co. Rutland,= 
yeoman, son of Robert Bury of Langham, 
CO. Rutland [Will dated 20 October 1541, 
proved 14 February 154^, F.C.C. 2 Spert\\ 
executor to his father's will 14 February 154.T; 
died 27 July 1556. Will dated 22 July 
1556, proved 15 September 1556 (P.C.C. 
14 Kctchyn). Inq. p. m. taken at Leicester 
21 June 1557 {C. Vol. 770, No. 102). 



Bury. 

[Vol. 9. P- 113.] 



=. . . Pickering, dau. 
of Gilbert Pickering 
of Titchmarsh, co. 
Northampton. 2nd 
wife. 



Jane, dau. of=Gilbert Bury of Easton,= 
John Smith co. Lincoln, gent ; born in 



of \N'ithcotes, 
CO. Leicester, 
esquire. ist 
wife. 



September 1536; executor 
to his father's will 15 Sep- 
tember 1556; received a 
Grant of Arms from Wil- 
liam Hervey, Clarencieux, 
6 February 156I; died 7 
September 1593. Inq. p.m. 
taken at Grantham 15 Jan- 
uary i6oi (C. Vol. 267, 
No. gj). ' A 



=Margery Sherard, dau.= 
of George Sherard of 
Stapleford, co. Leices- 
ter, esquire, by Rose 
his wife, dau. of Sir 
Thomas Pulteney of 
Misterton, co. Leices- 
ter, knight ; died 
before 14 July 1575, 
date of her father's 
will. 2nd wife. 



=Alice Dennis, dau. 
of Hugh Dennis of 
Pucklcchurch, co. 
Gloucester, escjuire, 
by Katherine his wife, 
dau. of Edward 'Pyre 
of Hardwick, co. 
Gloucester, esquire ; 
living 15 January 
i6otJ. 3rd wife. 



A 



(jrantham, co. father's will 22 July 1556; Alderman of Grantham in 1588 

Lincoln, 4 and 1597; bur. at Grantham 8 June 1618. Will dated 

March is84. 10 April 1617, proved at Lincoln 29 July 1618 (Consistory 

1st wife. of Lincoln). 



Ann, bur. at=Robert Bury of Grantham, gent : named executor to his=j=Anne, bur. at 



Grantham 1 2 

November 1587. 
2nd wife. 



Bathsua, bapt. at Grantham 
II October 1587, bur. there 
4 December following. 



William Bury of Grantham, gent;= 
mentioned in his father's will 
22 July 1556; Alderman of 
Grantham 1607 ; bur. at Gran- 
tham 29 March 161 7. Will 
dated 26 March 161 7, proved 
at Lincoln 30 April 161 7 
(Consistory of Lincoln). Inq. 
p. m. taken at Sleaford 12 
August 1 61 7 {C. Vol. 6^2, 
No. 177). 



=Emma Dryden, dau. of John 
Dryden of Canons Ashby, co. 
Northampton, esquire, by Eliza- 
beth his wife, dau. of Sir John 
Cope of Canons Ashby, knight ; 
marr. at Alford, co. Northampton, 
5 October 1599 ; executrix to wills 
of her husband 30 April 1617, her 
brother Robert 29 July 1618, and 
her sister, Cassandra Love, 6 May 
1629. 



Cassandra, mentioned in 
her father's will 22 July 
1556. Will dated 22 
April 1619, proved at 
Lincoln 6 May 1629 
(Consistory of Lincoln). 
She married at Gran- 
tham 7 December 
1 58 1, Thomas Love of 
Grantham. =j= 



George Byard of^Emma, bapt. at 
Skellow, CO. York. Grantham 6 No- 



John Hutchinson=j=Bridget, bapt. at Grantham i Au- 



Will dated 
August 1668. 



vember 1600 ; 
marriage licence 
(Lincoln) dated 
6 June 1627. 



of Alford, woollen 
draper. AVill dated 
7 June 1644, proved 
at Lincoln. 



gust 1602; marr. at Little Ponton, 
CO. Lincoln, 5 October 1626; bur. 
at Alford 14 March 168 J. Will 
dated 26 July 1671, proved at 
Lincoln 10 October 1689. 



A 



191 



Thomas 

of Woodhouse 
Hayton,co.York; 
slain at Dunbar 
in 1650. Will 
dated 6 July 
1650, proved 
19 December 
1655 (P.C.C. 168 
Ay kit.) 



Rokeby=pElizabeth, bapt. 
at Grantham, CO. 
Lincoln, 25 Sep- 
tember 1603; 
marr. in 1630; 
bur. at Coney 
Street, York, 2 
February i6|^. 



A 



Jane Plomer,= 
dau. of Sir Wil- 
liam Plomer of 
Hill, CO. Bed- 
ford ; marr. at 
Grantham 13 
April 1629; 
bur. at Boston, 
CO. Lincoln, 
29 May 1643. 
I St wife. 



=Sir William Bury of=j=Jane Ellis, dau. 



Grantham, and of Lin 
wood Grange, in Blank- 
ney, co. Lincoln, knight; 
bapt. at Grantham 3 June 
1605; aged "12 and no 
more" at his father's 
death 26 March 1617 ; 
admitted to Gray's Inn 
18 May 1631; M.P. 
for Grantham 1654; 
knighted at Dublin 
Castle by Henry Crom- 
well 21 July 1658, and 
again by the Lords Jus- 
tices 26 January 166^; 
bur. at Blankney 20 
July 1669. Will dated 
8 February i66|, proved 
10 November 1669 
(P.C.C. 135 Coke). /^ 



and coheir of 
George Ellis 
of Wyham, co. 
Lincoln, by 
Frances his wife, 
dau. of William 
Radley of Yar- 
borough, CO. 
Lincoln ; living 
22 September 
1657 ; bur. at 
Blankney 22 
April 1677. 



{For issue see page /pj. 



Thomas Bury, Thomas Bury, William Bury of Cistercius Place, = 

bapt. at Gran- bapt. at Gran- Grantham ; bapt. at Grantham in 

tham 13 March, tham 24 Jan- February i63^r; admitted to Gray's 

bur. there 16 uary i63|^;bur. Inn 16 March 164I, Barrister-at- Law 

March i6|§. there 26 De- 25 November 1661 ; bur. at Gran- 

cember 1633. tham 4 July 1678. Will dated 22 

August 1673, proved at Lincoln 29 

August i678(Consistory of Lincoln). 



=Dorothy Dockwra, dau. 
of Periam Dockwra of 
Putteridge, co. Hert- 
ford, esquire, by Martha 
his wife, dau. of Oliver, 
3rd Baron St. John ; 
died before 22 August 
1673- 



William Bury of Gran-= 
tham ; executor to his 
father's will 29 August 
1678; died, aged 25, 17 
April, bur. at Grantham 
18 April 1684. Will 
dated 20 March i6Sf, 
proved at Lincoln 6 
May 16S4 (Consistory 
of Lincoln). 



=Mary Warburton, dau. of Sir 
George Warburton of Arley, co. 
Chester, baronet, by Elizabeth 
his ist wife, dau. of Sir Thomas 
Myddleton of Chirk Castle, co. 
Denbigh, knight ; executrix to 
her husband's will 6 May 1684; 
bur. at Grantham 13 January 
1 7 if. Will dated 5 May 171 2. 
Administration granted 22 June 
1714 (P.C.C. 109 Aston). 



Thomas Bury, 
bur. at Gran- 
tham 1 1 January 
i66f. ^ 

Dockwra Bury, 
bapt. at Gran- 
tham 16 March 
1 611; bur. there 
28 April 1660. 



Dorothy Bury, men- 
tioned in her father's 
will 22 August 1673; 
bur. at Grantham 
25 March 1680. 



Jane Bury, bur. at 
Grantham 10 Jan- 
uary i66|. 



Diana Bury, bapt. 
at Grantham 5 
August 1679; bur. 
there 3 August 
1680. 



Mary Bury, bapt. 
at Grantham 10 
October 1680; 
died in infancy. 



William Bury, bapt. 
at Grantham 20 
March i68i; bur. 
there 2 April 1683. 



William Bury of Grantham ; bapt. 
at Grantham 17 July 1683; 
admitted to Grny's Inn i No- 
vember 1703; died 24 March, 
bur. at Grantham 26 March 1707. 
M.I. 



192 



John Bury of Hacketstown,=^Frances Burrowes, Jane Bury, bapt. Godfrey Bury, bapt. 
CO. Carlow ; mentioned in I dau. of Sir Erasmus at Grantham, co. at Grantham i Sep- 
will of his nephew, William Hurrowes of Grange- Lincoln, 6 April tember 1635; bur. 



Bury, 20 March 168',; died 
in Ireland in 1687. 



mellon, co. Kildare, 1634; died young, there 26 January 163 J. 
I St baronet. 



William Bury, men- 
tioned in will of 
his cousin, William 
Bury, 20 March 
i68f; died un- 
married in Spain 
in October 1689. 



John Bury of Nottingham, esquire, Receiver-= 
CJeneral of the Land Tax for co. Nottingham ; 
born in 1667; administrator to Mary 15ury 22 
June 1 7 14; aged about 47, 24 June 17 14, 
when he entered his pedigree at the College 
of Arms (D. O. 14) ; bur. at St. Mary's, 
Nottingham, 19 August 1738. Will dated 
2 April 1735, proved at York 11 December 
1738. 



'Frances Hallowes, dau. 
of Samuel Hallowes of 
Glapwell House, in 
Bolsover, co. Derby, 
esquire ; bur. at St. 
Mary's, Nottingham, 19 
September 1740. Will 
dated in 1740, proved at 
York 10 November 1740. 



Gore Boothby (son and= 
heir apparent of Sir \\'il- 
liam Boothby of Mansfield 
Woodhouse, co. Notting- 
ham, 4th baronet) ; died, 
aged 32, bur. at Ashbourne, 
CO. Derby, 19 August 1730. 



/K 



=Elizabeth, John Bury of Nottingham' 
aged 15 in and of Headon, co. Notting- 
i6i4;marr. ham, esquire; aged 12 in 
in 1 73 1. 1 7 14; died, aged 29, 5 Sep- 

tember, bur. at Headon 8 
September 1732. M.L Will 
dated 9 July 1731, proved 
at York 12 January 173!. 



'Catherine Hutchinson, 
dau. and heir of Cap- 
tain Edward Hutchin- 
son (nephew of Sir 
Hardolph Wastneys of 
Headon, baronet) ; mar- 
ried at Headon 23 May 
1728. 



Frances Bury, Anthony Eyre of=f=Judith Letitia (heir to her great- John Bury, bapt. at 



bapt. at Headon Grove, co. Not- 

20 April, bur. at tingham, esquire; 

(jrantham in died, aged 60, 1 1 

1729. February 1788. 



uncle. Sir Hardolph Wastneys) ; 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Nottingham, 
13 March 173"; marr. at Headon 
4 January 1755 ; died at Doncaster, 
CO. York, 15 September 1800. 



A 



St. Mary's, Notting- 
ham, 9 May 1732 ; 
died, aged 7, 20 
April, bur. at Grant- 
ham 22 April 1740. 
M.L 



William Bury of Nottingham, and afterwards of Eton,= 
CO. Buckingham, esquire; aged 10 in 17 14; died at 
Twyford, co. Berks, 3 May, bur. at Hurst, co. Berks, 
7 May 1754. Will dated 16 August 1753, proved 
4 May 1754 (P.C.C. 123 Pmfuld). 



=.\nne Sherwin, dau. of John Sherwin ; 
marr. at St. Mary's, Nottingham, 
4 January 173!; died in the Vineyard, 
Bath, aged 79, 29 July 1796. M.L 
She marr. 2ndly Rear-Admiral Joseph 
Hamar. 



William Bury of the Minster House, Ripon, formerly of Doncaster, 
both CO. York; born at Eton 28 May, bapt. there 20 June 1753; 
Captain nth Foot 27 October 1779; died at Stamford, co. 
Lincoln, on his journey from Oxford to Rijjon, in his 71st year, 
28 November 1823, bur. at St. Martin's, Stamford. M.L Will 
dated 21 January 1820, with codicils dated i May 1822 and 20 
March 1823, proved 27 January 1824, 
(P.C.C. 9 Erskine). Portrait in the pos- 
session of his grandson, the Rev. William 
Edward Bury, Rector of Screveton, co. 
Nottingham. He marr. istly Martha 
Hendernian, widow, who died s.p. ^ 




^iA/iA; 



=Temperance Maxwell, 
dau. of William Max- 
well ; born in 1780; 
marr. at St. Mary's, 
Walcot, Bath, 9 Feb- 
ruary 1799; died, aged 
40, 2 January, bur. at 
Aldfield, CO. York, 7 
January 1820. M.L on 
South wall of Aldfield 
Church. 2nd wife. 



i^For issue see " Visitation of England and 
Wales," Vol. JX., page iij.) 



193 



William Rokeby of Ackworth= 
Park, CO. York (son of Thomas 
Rokeby, by Elizabeth Bury his 
wife {see page ig2); entered his 
pedigree in the Visitation of 
Yorkshire i6 March i66|, then 
aged 35; died, aged 70, bur. at 
Owston, CO. York, 12 October 
1700. 



=Emma, bapt. at Grantham, co. 
Lincoln, 2 December 1636; 
marr. at Hayton, co. York, 9 
November 1653 ; died, aged 66, 
24 January 170J, bur. at Tun- 
bridge Wells, CO. Kent. M.I. 
Will dated 16 November 1703. 
Administration granted 8 Feb- 
ruary 170I (P.C.C. 48 Ash). 



John Ascham= 
died 3 May 
1675, bur. at 
Fynnington, 
CO. Lincoln. 



=Mary, bapt. at 
Grantham 2 1 
October 1638; 
died 8 June 
1704, bur. at 
Fynnington. 



A 



I 

Anne Bury, bapt. 
at Grantham 3 Oc- 
tober, bur. there 
8 October 1639. 



Robert Bury, bapt. 
at Grantham 24 
November 1640; 
bur. there 10 Jan- 
uary 164^. 



Wilham Spencer of Atterclifre,=f=Elizabeth, bapt. at 
CO. York; bapt. at Braithwell, Grantham 10 Jan- 
co. York, 20 January 164!^; 
admitted to Gray's Inn i May 
1661 ; bur. at Sheffield ig 
August 1686. M.I. 

A 



uary 164^ ; marr. 
at Blankney, ' co. 
Lincoln, i January 
1 664. 



Alexander Erwin of Skibbareen,=i=Jane, adminis 



near Baltimore, co. Cork; adminis- 
trator to his wife 12 February i72f. 
Will proved in 1744 (Prerog. Court 
of Ireland). 



tration granted 
1 2 February 
172I (P.C.C.) 



A 



John Blakeley of^^Martha, adminis- 
Killeglin, co. Meath ; tration granted 
administrator to his 21 January lyzf 
wife 21 January (P.C.C.) 
i72f. 



Jane Bury, 
aged 6 in 
1714. 



Anne Bury of 
Nottingham. 
Will dated 
1 2 February 
1787, proved 
10 July 1787 
(P.C.C. 309 
Major). 



Thomas Bury, 
bapt. at St. 
Mar)''s, Not- 
tingham, 14 
January 171!; 
aged 2|- in 
1 7 14; living 



16 
1753- 



Francis Plumtre= 
of the Middle 
Temple, Barrister- 
at-Law ; died at 
Bedford Row, Lon- 
don. Will dated 
_ 7 July 1778, 
August proved 10 January 
1782 (P.C.C. 306 
Gosling). 



=Dorothy, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Nottingham, 10 August 1713 ; 
marr. at St. George's, Han- 
over Square, London, 7 April 
1755; executrix to her hus- 
band's will 10 Januar)' 1782. 
Will dated 5 June 1790, 
proved 10 December 1790 
(P.C.C. 567 Bishop). 



194 



Pedigree of Bury of Linioood Grange, co. Liticolii. 



Bury. 

IViil. 9, p. 113.]' 



Jane Plomer.=j=Sir William Bury of=j=Jane Ellis. 



I St wife. 



A 



Grantham, co. Lincoln, 
knight. 

{See page ig2.) 



2nd wife. 



Gilbert Bury of Linwood Grange, in Blankney,=f=Mary Hodgkin, dau of Alexander Hodgkin, 



CO. Lincoln, esquire ; of Lincoln College, Oxford, 
matriculated 13 May 1664, aged 13. Will dated 
I April 1717, proved 3 June 17 17 (P.C.C. 108 
Whitfield). 



by Elizabeth Carr his wife ; bapt. at 
Sheffield, co. York, 28 March 1653; marr. 
there 18 February 166?. 



William Bury of Linwood= 
Grange, in Blankney, 
esquire ; bapt. at Blankney 
15 November 1670; 
administrator to his uncle, 
Sir Thomas Bur)-, 1 7 May 
1722. \Vill dated 15 April 
1 73 1, proved 18 June 1731 
(P.C.C. 145 Isham). 



=Mary Morrison, dau. of 
Robert Morrison ; mar- 
riage licence (Vicar-General) 
dated 1 2 February 1725, 
then aged 24 ; executri.\ 
to her husband's will 18 
June 1731 ; living 25 
April 1759; married 2ndly 
John Warburton, Somerset 
Herald. 



Richard Smith=i=Jane, bapt. at Blank- 



of Thorpe Til- 
ney, co. Lin- 
coln ; living i 
April 1717. 



ney, co. Lincoln, 
24 December 1672 ; 
marr. at St. Mar- 
garet's, Lincoln, 2 
October 1698 ; died 
before 20 December 
1715- 



A 



William Bury of Linwood Grange, =Susaiuia Gardner of Washingborough, Gilbert Bury. 



esquire ; Lieutenant in Earl of 
Rothes' North British Dragoons 
8 December 1750; died s.p. at 
Linwood 20 January 1790. Admin- 
istration granted at Lincoln 13 
February 1790. 



CO. Lincoln; marr. 3 January 1764; 
administratrix to her husband 13 Feb- 
ruary 1790; died at Sleaford, co. 
Lincoln, aged 71, 11 March 1803. 



Thomas Irwin Bury of Linwood 
Grange, esquire ; died at Lin- 
wood Grange, in Blankney, 
3 July 1799- 



Sarah Bury. 



John Collins of Henrietta=j=Elizabeth Jane. 
Street, Covent Garden, 
London, landscape painter ; 
died in 1759. /t\ 

(His descendants took llie 
name of Bury.) 



195 



Sir Thomas Bury, Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer ; bapt. at Grantham, co. Lincohi, 
29 February 165'; admitted to Gray's Inn 21 April 1668; of Lincoln College, Oxford; 
matriculated 13 May 1664, aged 12, B.A. i66|- ; Barrister-at-Law 12 June 1676, received the 
P'reedom of Lincoln 25 February 169!, Serjeant-at-Law 30 October 1700, Recorder of 
Lincoln 1700, Baron of the Exchequer 22 January 170^; knighted at Kensington 16 February 
following ; Lord Chief Baron 1716 ; died 4 May, bur. at Grantham 18 May 1722. 
Will dated 20 December 17 15. Administration granted 17 May 1722 (P.C.C. 89 Marlboro). 
(See "Dictionary of National Biography" Vol. VJI/., page 28.) 



Edward Smith of=i=Mary, bapt. at 



Blankney ; men- 
tioned in his 
father-in-law's will 
I April 1717 ; 
living 24 October 
1719. 



A 



Blankney 9 
January i68f ; 
mentioned in 
her father's will 
I April 1 7 1 7 ; 
living 24 Oc- 
tober 1 7 19. 



Thomas Bury of Linwood^ 
Grange, in Blankney, gent ; 
bapt. at Blankney 5 June 
1686; executor to his father's 
will 3 June 17 17. AVill dated 
24 October 17 19, with codicil 
dated 5 January 17-jj, proved 
4 May 1720 (P.C.C. loi 
Shaller). 



=Rebecca Nelson, marriage 
licence (Faculty Office) 
dated 27 November 1712 ; 
administratrix to her son 
24 March 173I; living 
13 July 1741. She marr. 
2ndly Daniel Gillman. 



William Bury of Sleaford, 
CO. Lincoln. Administration 
granted 24 March 173! 
(P.C.C.) 



. . . Stennitt,=Jane, administratrix 
living 13 July to her father 13 
1741. July 1741. 



Gilbert Bury, Lieutenant R.N. ; bapt. at Blankney, co. Lincoln,= 
15 July 1689; killed by a fall from his horse at Lincoln Races 
14 September 1722, bur. at Blankney. Will dated 11 April 1720, 
proved 10 November 1722 (P.C.C. 207 Marlboro). 



=Elizabeth, executrix to her 
husband's will 10 November 
1722 ; died 31 July 1768. 



Jane Bury, bapt. at Blankney 
21 August 1720; died 26 May 
1746. 



196 



INDEX. 



INDEX. 



Abarrow, Dame Elizabeth, 4 ; Sir John, 4. 

Adams, Anne, S5 ; Catherine, 87 ; Eliza- 
beth, 84, S5, 87 ; Frances, 86 ; Frances 
rigott, 86 ; Grace, 86 ; Hannah, 84 ; 
Henry, 86, 87 ; Kev. Henry Cay, 86 ; 
John, 84, 86-88; John Cay, 86; 
Margaret, 87 ; Mary, 84, 86, 87 ; 
Richard, 84 ; Robert, 84, 87, 88 ; 
Sarah, 85-88 ; Susanna, 87 ; Thomas, 
84, 85, 88 ; William, 84, 87 ; Rev. 
William, 86 ; Ven''''-' William, 85. 

Alden, Barbara, 53 ; John, 52, 53 ; 
Katharine, 52 ; Mary, 52-54. 

Aldred, Ellen, 14 ; Timothy, 14. 

Aldworth, — , 168. 

Alexander, Catherine, 120; James, Earl of 
Caledon, 120; Sir John WaUis, Bt., 
161 ; Lady Lepell Charlotte, 161 ; 
Dame Mary Kathleen, 161 ; William, 
120. 

AUgood, Alice, 175 ; Anne, 175, 177 ; 
Barbara, 176; Bartholomew, 177 ; Rev. 
BarthoUmiew, 178; Catherine, 175, 
177, 178 ; Charles, 177 ; Crow, 176 ; 
Dorotliy, 178 ; Elizabeth, 178; E.sther, 
177; Frances, 175; George, 178; 
Hannah, 175, 178; Isaac, 175: Isabel!, 
176; Isabella, 178; James, 176; Rev. 
James, 176; Jane, 175, 177; Dame 
Jane, 175; Lancelot, 175-177; Sir 
Lancelot, 175; Major, 176; Rev. 
Major, 175; Margaret, 176-178; 
Martha, 176; Mary, 175-178; Richard, 
177; Robert, 175, 178; Thomas, 176, 
177 ; WilHam, 178. 

Allisot, Madeleine, 96. 

Allix, Ann, 97; Catherine, 97, 98 ; Charles, 

97 ; f^harles Peter, 96-98, loi ; Charles 
Wager, 97 ; Rev. Charles Wager, 97 ; 
Daniel, 97 ; Duval, 97, 98 ; Elizabeth, 
96; Gilbert, 98; Israel, 96, 99: James, 
97, ICK5 ; Jane, 98 ; Jane Champion, 98 ; 
John Peter, 98, 100 ; Very Rev. John 
Peter, 96 ; Lenore Antoinc, 97 ; M.ide- 
leine, 96 ; Magdalen, 98 ; Margaret, 
96, 98, 100 ; Marie, 96 ; Mary, 97, 

98 ; Rev. Peter, 96, icra, loi ; Sarah, 
98 ; Thomas, 97, 100 ; William, 97, 



Alston, Mary, 1 18; Rev. Samuel, 118. 



Ambrose, Isabel, 1 18 ; Leonard, 118; 

Mary, 118. 
Amerongen, Barbara, 26 ; Hannah, 26 ; 

Justinian, 26. 
Amson, Ann, 94 ; John, 94. 
Anderson, Sir Edmund, 124. 
Anderton, Catherine, 190; Elizabeth, 188; 

James, 188; Mary, 188, 190; William, 

190. 
Andrews, Dame Catharine, 122 ; Edward, 

122 ; Justice, 5 ; Dame Mary, 122 ; 

Richard, 5 ; Roger, 1 22 ; Sir Thomas, 

122. 
Anglesey, Catherine, Countess of, 158 ; 

James, Earl of, 158. 
Anguish, Katherine, 173; Rose, 172. 
Annesley, Lady Catherine, 158; Catherine, 

Countess of Anglesey, 158; James, Earl 

of Anglesey, 158. 
Anningson, Mary, 83. 
Archer, John, 30 ; Mary, 30. 
Argall, Elizabeth, 173; Richard, 173. 
Argyll, Jane, Duchess of, 112; John, Duke 

of, 112. 
Armiger, Anne, no; WiUiam, 1 10. 
Armishaw, Catharine, 12 ; William, 

12. 
Armitage, Alice, 18; Amelia, 21; Anne, 

19, 20 ; Anne Taylor, 21 ; Anthony, 

20 ; Caroline Jane, 19 ; Charlotte, 21 ; 

Edward, 21 ; Eliza, 21 ; Eliza Ann, 21 ; 

Elizabeth, 17, 18, 20; Ellen, 20, 21; 

Emily, 21; Emma, 20; Frances, 18; 

George, 18-20; Rev. George Dovvker, 

19; Giles, 18; Hannah, 21; Harriet, 

21 ; Helen, 21 ; Henry, 21 ; Humphrey, 

19; James, 17, 21; Jennett, 17, 18, 

20; John, 17, 18,21; Joseph, 17-19; 

Joseph Armitage, 19 ; Joseph Taylor, 

20; Margaret, 17; Marianne, 20; 

Martha, 18, 20; Mar>', 17, 18, 21; 

Rachel, 20; Richard, 17, 18; Roger, 

17, 18, 20; Sarah, 17, 19, 20; Sarah 

Ann, 19 ; William, 17. 
Arnold, Abigail, 6 ; Elizabeth, 32 ; Frances, 

5; John, 32; Stoughton, 5, 6. 
Ascham, John, 194; Mary, 194. 
Ashby, Dorothy, 122: George, 122. 
Asslieton, Anne, 1S7 ; Katherine, 1S7 ; 

Richard, 187. 



'99 



Astley or Asteley, Dame Bridget, no; Sir 

Isaac, Bt., I lo ; John, 146; Katherine, 

137; Margaret, 146; Dame Rachel, 

no; Tliumas, 137. 
Aston, Sir Edward, 6S ; Frances, 72 ; 

Damejane, 68; Katharine, 68 ; William, 

72. 
Atkins, Letitia, 69. 
Aungier, Anne, Lady, 131 ; Douglas, Lady, 

131 : Sir Francis, Baron, 131 ; Margaret, 

Lady, 131. 
Austin, Grace, 149 ; Jane, 62, 149 ; John, 

149. 



Babbs, George, 95 ; Mary, 95 ; Mary 
Ann, 95; Rev. Michael, 95. 

Babington, Rev. Adrian, 45 ; Alden, 53 ; 
Anne, 45-49, 54 ; Barbara, 53 ; Barnaby, 
46; Catherine, 44, 45, 48, 49, 51; 
Constance, 53 ; Dorothy, 46, 53, 54 ; 
Edith, 44 ; Edmund, 46 ; Edward, 45, 
53 ; Eleanor, 44, 46, 53 ; Elizabeth, 44, 
45, 47, 48, 51-54; Eustace, 46; Faith, 
45 ; Frances, 47, 49, 50 ; Francis, 44, 
51; Rev. Francis, 45; George Gisborne, 
50 ; Helen, 52 ; Henry, 46, 49 ; Hum- 
phrey, 44 ; Rev. Humphrey, 45 : Jane, 
47, 48; Jean, 50; Joan, 46; John, 45, 
52: Rev. John, 50; Rev. Joseph, 51 ; 
Katherine, 48, 49, 51, 52, 54; Lucy, 
49 ; Lydia, 49 ; Margaret, 44-47, 54 ; 
Margery, 46 ; Maria Carter, 48 ; Mary, 
47, 48, 52-54 ; Matthew, 45, 47, 48, 50; 
Rev. Matthew, 51, 53; Philippa, 46; 
Priscilla, 45 ; Robert, 45 ; Thomas, 44, 
45, 47, 49, 50 ; Rev. Thomas, 45 ; 
Thomasina, 46, 52 ; William, 46, 49, 
52 ; Rev. William, 48, 51 ; William 
Barnett, 49 ; Zachary, 52, 53 ; Rev. 
Zachary, 46, 52. 

Bacon, Mary Anne, 150 ; Thomas, 150; 
Rev. Thomas, 150. 

Badger, Eleanor, 59 ; Holland, 23 ; Jane, 
23 ; John, 22 ; Mary, 22. 

Badouin, Elizabeth, 96 ; Jean de, 96 ; 

Bagot, Elizabeth, 129; Walter, 129. 

Bainbridge, Mary, 177; William, 177. 

Baker, Sir George, Bt., 95 ; Dame Jane, 
95; Margery, 59. 

Balcarres, Alexander, Earl of, 77. 

Balch, John, 43; Katherine, 43. 

Ball, Elizabeth, 81; Samuel, 81. 

Ballard, George, 168; Gertrude, 168; 
Mary, 168. 

Ballidon, Mary, 73 ; Paul, 73, 75 ; Sarah, 

75- 
Barker, Margaret, 114; Mary, 4 ; Robert, 4 ; 

Sarah, 114; Thomas, 114. 
Barlow, Sir Alexander, 71 ; Dame Dorothy, 

71 ; Dame Elizabeth, 71. 
Barnard, Esther, 105; James, 105; Mary, 

105. 
Barne, Anne, 131 ; Sir George, 131. 
Barnesley, Thomas, 152; William, 152. 



Barstow, Louisa Maria, 121 ; Thomas John, 

121. 
Barwick, Sir Robert, 182; Ursula, 182. 
Baskerville, Joan, 23. 
Basnett, William, 7. 
Bassett, Rev. Henry, 20 ; Martha, 20 ; 

Richard, 20. 
Balhurst, Ven"' Henry, 160; Margaret 

Anne, 160. 
Batty, Margaret, 20; Robert Bockley, 20. 
Bayfey, Mary, 18, 84. 
Baylie, George, 18; Martha, 18. 
Baynton, Mary, 89. 
Bean, Giles, 11 ; Grace, 11 ; Jane, II, 14; 

Margaret, 11. 
Beanlands, John, 10. 
Beardsley, Elizabeth, 75; Samuel, 75. 
Beare, Charlotte Laura, 165 ; William 

Gabbett, 165. 
Beaumont, Eleanor, 44 ; George, 40, 74 ; 

Jane, 40; Joan, 44; John, 44 ; Mary, 74. 
Bedingfeld, Catherine, 119; John, 119; 

Phoebe, 119. 
Bedingfield, Elizabeth, 171 ; Mary, 171 ; 

Thomas, 171. 
Bedingham, Katherine, 187; Sir Thomas, 

187. 
Beech, Jane, 149; Samuel, 149. 
Beeston, Dame Eleanor, 132; Sir George, 

132. 
Belasyse, Barbara, 144 ; Barbara, Lady 

Fauconberg, 144 ; Thomas, Lord 

Fauconberg, 144; Sir Thomas, Bt., 144. 
Benger, Dame Dorothy, 3 ; Sir Thomas, 3. 
Bennet or Bennett, Anne, 129; Anthony, 

129; Cecil, 129; Edward, 148; Judith, 

148. 
Bent, Frances, 174; Joseph, 174. 
Bentinck, Henry, Duke of Portland, 117; 

Lady Isabella, 117. 
Benyon, Emma, 56 ; Hannah, 56, 57 ; 

Hannah Elizabeth, 57 ; Richard, 56, 57. 
Beresford, Alice, 37 ; Elizabeth, Mar- 
chioness of Waterford, 117; Lady 

Elizabeth Louisa, 117; George, Marquess 

of Waterford, 117; Harriet, 37; Richard, 

37- 
Berkeley, Dame Dorothy, 128 ; Elizabeth, 

109 ; Elizabeth, Lady, 109 ; Dame 

Elizabeth, 108, 109; George, Lord, 109; 

Admiral the Hon'''" George Cranfleld, 

161 ; Henry, Lord de, 109; Mary, 108; 

Mary Caroline, 161 ; Sir Maurice, 108; 

Sir Rowland, 128; Theophila, 109; 

Sir Thomas, 109. 
Berney, Ann, 58; Bridget, 1 13; John, 58; 

Susannah, 58; William, 113. 
Bertie, Lady Bridget, in; Montague, 

Earl of Lindsey, in. 
Betham, Bridget, 22 ; Margery, 22 ; 

Thomas, 22. 
Biddulph, Dame Jane, 39 ; Rev. John, 39 ; 

Michael, 39; Sophia, 39; Sir Theophilus, 

Bt., 39- 

Boleyn, 115; Elizabeth, 115. 



Bilcliffe, Frances, 31 ; Joseph, 31 ; 

Margaret, 31. 
Binckes, Elizabeth, 34 ; Richard, 34. 
Biiidlosse, Dame CeciHa, 35 ; Dorothy, 

34, 35 ; Sir Francis, 34, 35. 
Birch, Anne, 140; George, 140; John, 

54; Margaret, 54; Mary, 140 
Bird, Christopher, 190; Hester, 190; 

Penelope, 38 ; William Wilherforce, 38. 
Biron, Captain, 133. 
Bishop, Frances, 31 ; John, 31. 
Blaclcman, Maiy, 43. 
Blakeley, John, 194 ; Martha, 194. 
Blakemore, John, 88. 
Blaydes, Anne, 90 ; Benjamin, 90 ; Mary, 

90. 
Bloome, Edward, 174; Frances, 174. 
Blount, Ann, 4 ; Cecily, 37 ; George, 4 : 

John, 37 ; Margery, 3. 
Bold, Elizabeth, iSS; Jane, 188; Margaret, 

188; Richard, 1S8. 
Bond, Anne, 140 ; Capel, 140. 
Bones, Amy, 90 ; Captain, 90. 
Booth, Anne, 89, 90 ; Elizabeth, 29, 30 ; 

George, 29 ; John, go ; Mary, 29 ; 

Thomas, 30. 
Boothby, Elizabeth, 194; Gore, 194; 

Sir William, Bt., 194. 
Borenian, Ursula, 173. 
Borrett, John, 168; Mary, 16S. 
Bott, Anne, 75 ; Elizabeth, 75 ; John, 75 ; 

Thomas, 75. 
Bouchier, Sir Barrington, 179; Dame 

Frances, 179. 
Boughton, Margaret, 122; Thomas, 122. 
Bouverie (afterwards Pusey), Lady Lucy, 

135; Philip, 135. 
Bowers, Ehzabeth, 12. 
Bowes, Dame Ann, 126; Sir John, 126; 

Dame Susan, 126. 
Bowles, Charles, 56 ; Jane, 56, 68 ; 

Katherine, 166; Rebecca, 107; Richard, 

166 ; William, 107. 
Bowyer, Dame Anne, 74 ; Dorothy, 74 ; 

Sir William, Bt., 74. 
Boynton, Sir Frances, Bt., 1S4; Margaret, 

173; Sarah, 184; William, 173. 
Bradbourne, Anne, 70 ; Sir Humphrey, 

70. 
Bradley, Henry, 79, 83; John, 155; Mary, 

79, 83; Thomas, 152. 
Brady, Frances, 8; Samuel, 8. 
Bragg, Alice, 171; John, 171. 
Braham, Philippa, 45 ; Robert, 45. 
Brandling, Dorothy, 175; Dame Elizabeth, 

42 ; Frances, 175 ; Sir Francis, 42 ; 

Ralph, 175. 
Brandram, Rev. Andrew, 95. 
Brandwood, Elizabeth, 140; Richard, 140. 
Braybrooke, Margaret, 22 ; Mary, 22 ; 

Richard, 22; William, 22. 
Braye, Sarah, Lady, 135. 
Breton, Anne, 49; Richard, 49. 
Bridgeman, Dame Mary, 130; Sir Orlando, 

Bt., 130. 



Bridges, Beata, 6; Sir John, Bt.,6; Dame 

Mary, 6. 
Bristol (Bishop of), lOi ; John, Earl of, 

158- 

Brillayne, Eleanor, 30. 

Brockett, Eliz.abeth, 4 ; Sir John, 4. 

Brtjckholes, Anthony, 93 : Johanna, 93. 

Brome, Bridget, 72 ; Catherine, 166 ; Sir 
Christopher, 166; Thomas, 72. 

Bromley, Isabel, 156; Mary, 132, 137; 
Sir William, 132, 137. 

Brooke, Charlotte, 21; Eleanor, 137; 
Emily, 21 ; Francis Cissen, 67; Katha- 
rine, 67; John, 137; Sarah, 17, 137; Sir 
Thomas, Bt., 137; William, 17; William 
Leigh, 21. 

Brooks, Mary Anne, 14 ; Thomas, 14. 

Broughton, Anne, 69 ; Edward, 69. 

Browne, Dame Amy, 29 ; Anthony, 
Viscount Montague, 185 ; Hont"'" An- 
thony, 185 ; Arnold, 173 ; Elizabeth, 
132; John, 132, 137: Katherine, 137; 
Martha, 132, 137; Him'''= Mary, 1S5 ; 
Ursula, 173; William, 137. 

Bruce, Elizabeth, 43 ; Gerard, 43. 

Bryan, Anne, 31 ; Dorothy, 31 ; Elizabeth, 
31 ; John, 31 ; Mary, 31 ; Norton, 31. 

Buckingham, Catherine, Duchess of, 158; 
George, Duke of, 108. 

Bucktrout, Sarah, 184. 

Buckworth, Charles, 94. 

Bulkeley, Elizabeth, 103; Richard, 103. 

Bullock, Agnes, 115; John, 115; 
Katharine, 115. 

Burdett, Bridget, 70; Dame Jane, 70; Sir 
Thomas, Bt., 70. 

Burghley, Lord Treasurer, 123. 

Burgoyne, Elizabeth, 134; Sir John, Bt., 
134- 

Burnell, Elizabeth, 128; William, 128. 

Burrow, Rev. Erasmus, 45 ; Margaret, 45, 
46; St. John, 46. 

Burrowes, Sir Er.asmus, Bt., 193; Frances, 

193- 

Burton, Frances, 5. 

Bury, Alice, 191; .Vnne, 191, 193, 194; 
Bathsua, 191 ; Bridget, 191 ; Cassandra, 
191 ; Catherine, 193 ; Diana, 192 ; 
Dockwra, 192 ; Dorothy, 192, 194 ; 
Elizabeth, 192-194, 196; Elizabeth Jane, 
195; Emma, 191, 194; Frances, 193; 
Gilliert, 191, 195, ig6 ; Godfrey, 193; 
Jane, 191-196 ; Dame Jane, 192-195 ; 
John, 193 ; Judith Letitia, 193 ; 
Margery, 191; Martha, 193, 194; 
Mary, 192, 194-196; Nicholas, 191; 
Rebecca, 196; Robert, 191, 194; .Sarah, 
195; Susanna, 195; Temperance, 193; 
Thomas, 192, 194, 196; Sir Thomas, 
195, 196; Thomas Irwin, 195; William, 
191-193, 195, 196; Sir William, 192, 
195; Rev. William Edward, 193. 

Bush, Martha, 106. 

Bussey, Sir Edmund, 131 ; Dame Frances, 
131 ; Miles, 131, 



Butler, Beatrix, 42, Robert, 42. 
Butts, Joan, 47 ; Richard, 47. 
Byard, Emma, 191 ; George, 191. 
Byng, Elizabeth, 109 ; Henry, 109. 



Cabeck, Dorothy, 172; Thomas, 172. 

Cabot, Sebastian, 179. 

Calder, James, 184; Sophia Letitia, 184. 

Caldwell, Jane, 117 ; Thomas, 117. 

Caledon, James, Earl of, 120. 

Calrow, Eliza Ann, 21 ; Harriet, 21 ; 
Thomas, 21. 

Calthorpe, Barbara, 140, 145; Lord, 140; 
Reynolds, 140, 145. 

Campart, Frances, 178 ; Francis, 17S. 

Campbell, Lieut. -General Sir Colin, 161 ; 
James, 94 ; Jane, Duchess of Argyll, 
112 ; John, Duke of Argyll, 112 ; Maria 
Louisa, 161 ; Lady Mary, 112; Sophia, 

94- 
Cansfield, Elizabeth, 18S ; John, 188; 

Mary, 188. 
Canterbury (Archbishop of), loi. 
Cardale, Rev. Joseph, 49; Joseph Spencer, 

48 ; Lydia, 49 ; Mary, 48, 49. 
Carless, Joseph, 61 ; Rebecca, 61. 
Carr, Elizabeth, 195. 
Carter, Mary, 48 ; Thomas, 48. 
Cartwright, Alice, 1S4 ; Rev. Edmund, 

184 ; Mary, 1 84. 
Castle, Barbara, I09 ; Talmach, 109. 
Catesby, Anthony, 185 ; Dorothy, 185 ; 

Michael, 125; Wiburga, 125. 
Cave, Abigail, 129, 131 ; AUce, 126 ; 

Ambrose, 124, 133 ; Sir Ambrose, 

125, 127 ; Amicia, 125 ; Anna Maria, 

138; Anne, 123, 129, 131, 136; 

Anthony, 123, 124 ; Arabella, 133 ; 

Augustin, 127; Barbara, 126; Brian, 

127, 130; Bridget, 127, 130-133; 

Carew, 130; Catharine, 122; Cecil, 129; 

Charles, 133, 134; Rev. Sir Charles, Bt., 

136, 138; Clement, 124; Dorothy, 122, 

123, 127-129, 131 ; Edward, 122, 124, 138; 

Eleanor, 130-132, 137 ; Dame Eleanor, 

125, 134; Elizabeth, 122-124, 126, 127, 
129, 130, 132-135 ; Dame Elizabeth, 
122, 128 ; Frances, 129-131 ; Francis, 
44, 126, 138; Henry, 45, 132, 133; 
Isabella, 136; John, 123, 130, 132, 
137; Judith, 123; Katherine, 137; Dame 
Katharine, 128; Louisa Margaretta, 
138; Lucy, 128; Lady Lucy, 135; 
Margaret, '44, 45, 122, 123, 125-131, 
136 ; Dame Margaret, 133 ; Margery, 
124, 126; Dame Margery, 125; Maria 
Constantia, 136; Martha, 124; Dame 
Martha, 132, 137; Mary, 125, 130, 131, 
137 ; Dame Mary, 132, 137 ; Oliver, 
129, 130, 133; Penelope, 128, 133-135. 
138 ; Dame Penelope, 128 ; Philippa, 
45 ; Prudence, 127 ; Richard, 122, 123, 

126, 128, 130; Roger, 123, 128, 
134, 137 ; Sir Roger, Bt., 132, 137 ; 



St. John, 130, 132; Sarah, 135, 138; Dame 
Sarah, 134; Susan, 126; Thomas, 122, 
128, 130, 133, 138; Sir Thomas, 122, 
1 28- 1 30; Sir Thomas, Bt., 128, 133-135; 
Thomasine, 122; Sir Verney, Bt., 133, 
134; Wenman, 128; William, 132, 138; 
Sir William, 128 ; William Bromley, 

137- 
Cave-Browne, Ann, 139 ; Anna Maria, 

139; Catharine, 139; Charles, 138; 

Lieut. -Colonel Edward, 1 39 ; Edward 

Raban, 139; Elizabeth, 139; Frances, 

137, 139; Harriet, 139; John, 137, 138; 

Rev. John, 13S, 139; Katherine, 137; 

Louisa, 139; Dame Louisa, 13S ; 

Margaret, 138; Selina, 139; Thomas, 

13S; Sir William, Bt., 138; Rev. 

William Henry, 139. 
Cave-Browne-Cave, Rev. Edward Sacheve- 

rell, Bt., 138; Dame Louisa, 138; Sir 

William, Bt., 138. 
Cavendish, Lady Catharine, 112; Henry, 

Duke of Newcastle, 112. 
Cay, Frances Pigott, 86 ; Grace, 86 ; Henry 

Boult, 86; John, 86. 
Cecil, Dorothy, Countess of Exeter, 108 ; 

Lady Elizabeth, 108 ; Jane, 123 ; Mar- 
garet, 123, 128; Richard, 123, 128; 

Roger, 128; Thomas, Earl of Exeter, 

108. 
Chamberlain, Edward, 130; Eleanor, 130. 
Chamberlayne, Elizabeth, 114; George, 

114. 
Chambers, Anna Maria, 138; Rev. James, 

138. 

Chancellor, Elizabeth, 119; Grace, 119; 
John, 119. 

Charnock, Alice, 186 ; EHzabeth, 186 ; 
Isabel, i86; Katherine, 186; Robert, 186. 

Chauntrell, Margaret, 122; Robert, 122. 

Cheney, Cicely, 3 ; Sir John, 3. 

Chesshire, Dame Anne, 132; Elizabeth, 
132 ; Sir John, 132. 

Chester, Ann, 123; (Bishop of), loi ; 
Judith, 123; William, 123; Sir WiUiam, 
123. 

Chichester (Bishop of), lOI. 

Cliillenden, Edmund, 5; Elizabeth, 5. 

Cholmley, Anne Elizabeth, 1 58 ; Barbara, 
144 ; Henrietta, 182 ; Henrietta Cathe- 
rine, 158, 182; Sir Henry, 144; 
Margaret, 179; Nathaniel, 15S, 182; 
Sir Richard, 179; Dame Susanna, 179. 

Clarke or Clark, Catherine, 45, 1 13; 
Cornelius, 113; Elizabeth, 73; Jane, 
56; Richard, 157; Susanna, 157. 

Clcaveland, Richard, 7 ; Susanna, 7 ; Rev. 
William, 7. 

Clerke, Hannah, 175; Isaac, 175. 

de Clifford, Margaret, Lady, 112. 

Clifton, Dame Ann, 1S6; Arabella, 36, 40; 
Sir Clifford, 36, 40 ; Sir Cuthbert, 186 ; 
Eleanor Alathea, 189; Elizabeth, 186, 
189 ; Dame Frances, 36, 40 ; Thomas, 
189 ; Sir William, Bt., 36, 40. 



Clipshani, Edmund, 31 ; Lyon, 31 ; 

Margaret, 31; Mar)', 31. 
Close, Klizabelh, 38 ; Isabella, 38 ; Jolin, 

38- 

Coapc, Marj', 7 ; William, 7. 

Cobb, Anne, 172: F.lizabcth, 11 1; Sir 
Francis, no: Jeflery, in; Martin, 172; 
Sir William, 1 10 ; Dame Winifred, 
no. 

Cochrane, Sir John, 179; Dame Margaret, 
179; William, Earl of Dundonald, 179. 

Cockshutt, Sarah, 9; Timothy, 9. 

Codner, Samuel, 139; Selina, 139. 

Coffin, Ann, 167; Thomas, 167. 

Cogan, Anne, 42; Henry, 42. 

Coke, Agnes, nj ; Anne, :oS, no, n4, 
n5 ; Lady Anne, ni; Anthony, in; 
Arthur, 109, 114; Bridget, 108-II0, 
113-115; Carey, in, 113; Catherine, 
113; Clement, 109, 112, 114, n6; 
Cyriac, 112, 113; Edward, 108, 109, 
in, 113, 115; Edward, Viscount, 112; 
Sir Edward, loS ; Sir Edward, Bt., 113, 
Il5 ; Elizabeth, loS, 109, in, 114; 
Lady Elizabeth, 108 ; Frances, 108, 
112; Henry, ni, 113; Jane, 115; 
Lady Jane, 115; John, 109, no, 112, 
113; Katharine, 113; Dame Katharine, 
113, 114; Margaret, no, in ; Margaret, 
Countess of Leicester, 112; Martha, 
in; Mary, 109-112, 115; Mary, 
Viscountess, 112; Merriel, no; Minola, 
no; Muriela, no; Richard, in, 115; 
Robert, 108, 109, in, 112, 114-116; 
Sir Robert, log; Sir Robert, Bt., 114; 
Roger, 112, 113; Sarah, 112: Dame 
Sarah, 1 14; Theophila, 109, no, 114, 
1 16 ; Dame Theophila, 109 ; Thomas, 
112, 113, 116; Thomas, Earl of 
Leicester, 112, 115, 116: Thomas 
William, 114; Wenman, 114; Vv'inifred, 
108- 1 10. 

Coles, Anne, 2 ; Betty, I ; George, 2 ; 
John, I ; Mary, 2. 

CoUard, Elizabeth, 2. 

Collier, Sarah, 98; Rev. William, 98. 

Collins, Anne, 60 ; Elizabeth Jane, 195 ; 
John, 195; Margery, 62; William, 62. 

Collyer, .Abigail, 118, 120; .\nn, 119; 
Caroline L'Estrange, 121 ; Catherine, 
I19-121 ; Charles, 118, 121; Rev. 
Charles, 120; Daniel, 118, 119; Rev. 
Daniel, 119; Rev. Edward, 121; 
Elizabeth, 119; George, 121; Harriot, 
121; James, 118; John, 120, 121; 
Yen*"'" John Bedingfeld, 119, 120; 
Joseph, 120; Louisa Maria, 121; Lucy 
Maria, 120; Margaret, 119; Mary, 
118, 120; Nathaniel, n8 ; Peter, 120; 
Rev. Robert, 120; Sarah, nS ; Lady 
Sarah, 119; Sarah Maria, 120; William, 
118, 121. 

Colman, Anne, 105, 106 ; Deborah, 105 ; 
Elizabeth, 105, 106 ; Esther, 105 ; 
George, 105, 106; Hannah, 107; 



Harriet, 107; Henry, 106; Jeremiah, 
105, 106 ; John, 105, 107 ; Lucy, 107 ; 
Martha, 106; Mary, 105, 106; Rebecca, 
107 ; Robert, 105 ; Ruth, 107 ; Samuel, 
107; Sarah, 105, 107; Susannah, 106. 

Combs, Elizabeth Maria, 90. 

Conway, Elizabeth, 124; Sir John, 124. 

Cook, Ann, 177. 

Cooper, Elizabeth, 162; Erasimus, 122; 
Mary, 122 ; Su.sanna, 77 ; William, 
162. 

Cope, Elizabeth, 191 ; John, 124 ; Sir 
John, 191 ; Margery, 124. 

Coplesionc, Hachaliah, 162. 

Copley, Eleanor, 23; Margaret, 23; Mary, 
23 ; Richard, 23 ; Thomas, 23. 

Copwood, .\udrey, 185; John, 185. 

Corbet, Anne, 69. 

Cornwall, Jane, 89. 

Cotton, Alexandrina, 165; Anne Elizabeth, 
164; Arthur Annesley Valentia, 165; 
Arthur Henry Buller, 164; Augusta 
Elizabeth, 165; Charles Bowland, 164; 
Charles William, 164 ; Charlotte Laura, 
165 ; Georgina, 164 ; Harriet Langford, 
164; Harriot, 164; Harriot Aurora, 
165; Harriot Powell, 165; Henry i'erry, 
164; John, 164; Laura Honor, 165; 
Laura Susan, 164. 

Coulson, Susanna, 55 ; Thomas, 55 ; 
William, 55. 

Courtenay, Dame Cicely, 3 ; Margaret, 3 ; 
Sir William, 3. 

Coventry, George William, Earl of, 78 ; 
Peggy, Countess of, 78 ; Lady Sophia 
Catherine, 78. 

Cozens, James, 107 ; Ruth, 107. 

Crabbe, Elmina, 142; Lieut. -Colonel Eyre 
John, 142 ; Colonel Eyre Macdonell 
Stewart, 142. 

Crackenthorpe, Harriet, 107. 

Cracraft, Anna Maria, 137. 

Craggs, Christopher, 183 ; Jane Eleanor, 
183. 

Craven, Catharine, 38 ; Charles John, 38 ; 
Rev. John, 38 ; Penelope, 38. 

Crawley, Letitia, 69. 

Cremer, Alice, 171, 172; Anne, 171, 172, 
174; Cecily, 171; Charles, 171, 173; 
Cremer, 173; Dorothy, 172; Edmund, 
171-174; Elizabeth, 171-174; Ellen, 
174; Frances, 174; Francis, 172-174; 
Geoffrey, 172; George, 172, 173 ; 
Hannah, 172; Henry, 171, 174; Joan, 
171; John, 171, 172, 173; Sir John, 
173, 174; Katherine, 171, 173; Lucy, 
172, 173; Margaret, 173; Martin, 173; 
Mary, 172, 173; Robert, 173; Rose, 
172 ; Dame Sarah, 173 ; Thomas, 171, 
173; Dame Ursula, 173; William, 172; 
Rev. WiUiam, 172; VVinifred, 171. 

de Crespigny, Jane Champion, 98 ; 
Magdaleine, 98; Tlujmas Champion, 98. 

Cresswell, Priscilla, 45 ; Richard, 45. 

Crispin, Dorothy, 91 ; John, 91. 



Croft, Elizabelh, 3, 40, 128 ; Henrietta 

Catherine, 158, 182; Sir Herbert, 128; 

Richard, 3, 40 ; Sarah, 40 ; Stephen, 

1 58, I 82. 
Croke, John, 127 ; Prudence, 127. 
Crompton, Alice, 181 ; Ceziah, 181 ; 

Robert, 181. 
Cromwell, Henry, 192; Oliver, 179; 

Richard, 179. 
Crooke, Isabel, 7. 
Crossley, Catherine, 12; John, 12. 
Crow, Barbara, 176; George, 176; 

Isabell, 176. 
Croxall, Avarilla, 74; Edward, 74. 
Croyer, Jacques, 96 ; Rachel, 96. 
Culcheth, Anne, 25 ; Mary, 25 ; Thomas, 

23. 25- 
Culley, Henry, 107 ; Sarah, 107. 
Culverwell, Jane, 181. 
Cumbrey, Eliza Sidney, 90 ; Henry, 90. 
Cunningham, John, 8 ; Susan, 8. 
Curtis, Augusta Elizabeth, 165 ; George 

Lear, 165; Sir William, Bt., 165. 
Cusack, Ann, 66 ; Henry, 66 ; Mary, 66. 
CutcUffe, Charles Newell, 66 ; Frances, 

66 ; Margaret, 66. 



Dade, Hannah, 172. 

Dale, Anne, 74 ; George, 74. 

Dalton, J. H., 48; Maria Carter, 48. 

Dandridge, George, 39 ; Jane, 39. 

Danvers, Abigail, 6; Anne, 3-7, 123; 
Dame Anne, 3 ; Anthony, 5, 6, 8 ; 
Beata, 6 ; Charles, 7-9 ; Constance, 6 ; 
Daniel, 4, 6-8 ; Dorothy, 3, 4 ; Eliza- 
beth, 3-9, 44, 122; Eunice, 8; Fortitude, 
5 ; Frances, 4, 5, 9; Dame Frances, 49; 
Henrietta, S ; Isabel, 7 ; John, 3-5, 7, 
8, 122; Sir John, 3, 123; Sir John, Bl., 
49; Sir Joseph, Bt., 49; Justice, 5; 
Margaret, 3, 5, 7, 122 ; Margery, 3 ; 
Mary, 4, 6, 9 ; Penelope, 6, 9 ; Pru- 
dence, 5 ; Richard, 3 ; Samuel, 3, 6, 7 ; 
Sarah, 7, 9 ; Susan, 4, 6, 8 ; Susannah, 
4, 5, 7 ; Temperance, 4 ; Thomas, 3 ; 
William, 3, 6, 9, 44. 

Darell, Jane, 4. 

Damley, Lady Catherine, 158. 

Dasset, John, 126; Margery, 126. 

Davies, Elizabeth, 134 ; Griffith, 134 ; 
Henrietta Grace Elizabeth, 151 ; John, 
151; Mary, 103; Richard, 103. 

Davis, Charlotte, 115; Joan, i^, 34; 
Robert, 34; William, 33. 

Dawes, Elizabeth, 63 ; Samuel, 63. 

Deane, Mary, 83. 

Delaune, Abraham, 42; Ann, 42; Mary, 
42. 

Delawarr, Thomas, Lord, 35. 

Denham, Catherine, 166; Eleanor, 166; 
John, 166. 

Dennis, Alice, 191 ; Hugh, 191 ; Katherine, 
191. 

Denton, George, 114. 



Des VcEux, Sir Henry William, Bt., 7S ; 

Lady Sophia Catherine, 78. 
Dethick, Catherine, 112; Francis, 68; 

Humphrey, 112; Katharine, 68. 
Devereux, Margaret, 52; Sir William, 52. 
Dickin, John, 85, 87, 88; Sarah, 85, 88. 
Dillon, Anthony, 4 ; Charles, Viscount, 

160; Henrietta Maria, Viscountess, 160; 

Marie, 160; Temperance, 4. 
Dillon-Lee, Charles, Viscount Dillon, 160; 

Henrietta Maria, Viscountess Dillon, 

160; Marie, Viscountess Dillon, 160. 
Dingley, Jane, 24 ; Thomas, 24. 
Dixwell, Anne, 69 ; Humphry, 69 ; Dame 

Mary, 137; Sir William, Bt., 137. 
Dobson, Sarah, 14. 

Dobyns-Yate, Catharine, 85 ; Robert, 85. 
Dockwra, Dorothy, 192 ; Martha, 192 ; 

Periam, 192. 
Dod, Robert, 88. 
Dodwell, Winifred, 168. 
Dormer, Dorothy, 1 85 ; Mary, 185 ; Sir 

William, 185. 
Dowker, Caroline Jane, 19; James, 19. 
Downs, Ann, 175; Captain, 175. 
Doyley, Bridget, no; Edmund, no 

John, 113; Katharine, 113. 
Drake, Anna Maria, 66 ; Anne, 65, 66 

Charles, 67 ; Charles Cutcliffe, 66 

Christian, 65 ; Eleanor Penrose, 66 

Elizabeth, 51, 65, 67; Frances, 66, 67 

Frances Mervyn, 67 ; Francis, 66 

George, 67 ; Henry, 65, 67 ; Jane, 66 

Jenny, 66 ; Joan Gregory, 65 ; John 

65-67 ; John Mervyn Cutcliffe, 66 

Katharine, 67 ; Mary, 66 ; Richard, 67 

Richard Roberts, 51 ; William, 67 

Zachary Hammett, 66 ; Rev. Zachary 

Hammett, 66. 
Drake-Cutcliffe, Charles Henry, 66. 
Drakeford, Anne, 54 ; Richard, 54. 
Draper, Penelope, 6; Samuel, 6. 
Dreaper, Rev. John, 161 ; Mary Kathleen, 

161. 
Drummond, Mary, 82 ; Robert, 82. 
Drury, Dorothy, 89 ; Mary, 68 ; William, 

68. 
Dryden, Elizabeth, 191 ; Emma, 191 ; 

John, 191. 
Dudderidge, Anne, 2 ; Anne (Nancy), I ; 

Betty, I; Elizabeth, i, 2; Fanny, 2; 

George, 2; Joan, I; John, i, 2; 

Martha, 2 ; Mary, I ; Rachael, I ; 

Richard, i, 2; Sarah, 2; William, i. 
Dudley, Edward, Lord, 152; John, Lord, 

68. 
Duff, Alexander, Earl of Fife, 119; 

Mary, Countess of Fife, Jig; Lady 

Sarah, 119. 
Dundonald, William, Earl of, 179. 
Dunn, Maria, 89; Mary, 61; — , 15. 
Dupuy, — , 97. 

Durdent, John, 43; Susan, 43. 
Durnford, Charlotte, 38 ; George, 38 ; 

Susanna, 38 ; Rev. Thomas, 38. 



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Dyer, Katharine, 113; Dame Katharine, 

113; Sir William, 113. 
Dykes, Catharine, 175; Wilfrid, 175. 
Dyol or Dyolt, Katherine, 73 ; Mary, 54, 

73 ; Matthew, 54, 73 ; Richard, 73. 
Dyson, Elizabeth, 20. 



Edwards, George, 65 ; Joan Gregory, 65 ; 

John, 134; Sarah, 134. 
Eedes, Ursula, 140. 
Egerton, Dame Eleanor, 137; Sir Ilollond, 

Bt., 137. 
Elcock, Alexius, 93 ; Elizabeth, 93. 
Elliot, Ann, 156. 
Ellis, Frances, 9, 192; George, 192; Jane, 

192, 195; Thomas Flower, 9. 
Elliston, Elizabeth, 174; John, 174. 
Ely (Bishop of), loi ; Rt. Rev. Thomas 

Greene, Bishop of, 97. 
Empson, Am^iziah, 16; Ellen, 16. 
English, Elizalieth, 42; Simon, 42. 
Erwin, Alexander, 194; Jane, 194. 
Etherington, Sir Henry, Bt., 136; Dame 

Maria Constantia, 136. 
Eure, Hon'''" Mary, iSl ; Hon"" Sir 

William, 181. 
Evelyn, Sir Edward, Bt., 36; Sophia, 36. 
Everard, Jane, 47 ; Stephen, 47. 
Eversen, Alice, 166; Joas, 166; Mary, 166. 
Ewen, Caroline L'Estrange, 121 ; T. G., 

121. 
Exeter (Bishop of), loi ; Dorothy, Countess 

of, 108 ; Thomas, Earl of, 108. 
Eyre, Anthony, 193 ; Elizabeth, 57 ; 

Judith Lelitia, 193 ; Mary, 57 ; Robert, 

57 ; Sir Robert, 57. 



Fabian, Edmund, 173; Ursula, 173. 

Fairbairn, George, 12; Maud, 12. 

Fanshawe, Katharine, 115; Thomas, 115. 

Farhani, Sarah, 25; William, 25. 

Farmer, Ann, 80; Rebecca, 80; Richard, 
80. 

Farnham, Francis, 126; Margery, 126. 

Farr, John, 61 ; Mary, 61. 

Fauconberg, Barbara, Lady, 144; Thomas, 
Lord, 144. 

Fauquier, John Francis, 162; Mary, 162. 

Fellow, John, 149, 155; Mary, 149, 155. 

Fellowes, Anne, 55, 58; Arabella Coulson, 
58 ; Coulson, 55 ; Dorothea, 56 ; 
Edward, 56-58 ; Vice-Admiral Edward, 
57 ; Elizabeth, 58 ; Emma, 56 ; Frances 
Lavinia, 58 ; George, 56, 57 ; Hannah 
Elizabeth, 57 ; Henry Arthur, 56 ; James 
Herbert, 58 ; Jane, 56 ; John, 58 ; 
Rev. John, 58; Sir John," Bt., 57; 
Lavinia, 55 ; Martin, 56 ; Mary, 55-57 ; 
Richard, 152; Robert, 58; Susanna, 
55 ; Thomas, 56 ; Urania, 55, 57 ; 
Urania Margaretta, 57; William, 55, 57, 
58; William Henry, 56. 

Fennell, Frances, 8; Henrietta, 8; John, 8. 



131; 



161 ; 



Fenton, Sarah, 20; William, 20. 
Fermanagh, Elizabeth, Viscountess, 133 ; 

John, Viscount, 133. 
Ferrers, Dame Anne, 70; Edward, 190; 

Elizabeth, 190; Hester, 190; Sir 

Humphry, 70; Susan, 70. 
Fetiplace, Dorothy, 4; John, 4. 
Fewster, Mary, 60. 
Field, Abigail, 11; George, II; Joseph, 

It; Joshua, II; Mary, 10, II. 
Fielding, Barbara, 126; Sir William, 126. 
Fiennes, Edward, Lord Saye antl Sele, 5 ; 

Elizabeth, 3 ; Elizabeth, Lady Saye and 

Sele, 3; Margaret, 5; Mary, I73 ; 

Richard, Lord Saye and Sele, 3. 
Fife, Alexander, Earl of, 119; Mary, 

Countess of, 1 19. 
Filmer, Sir Edward, 173 ; Elizabeth, 173 ; 

Sarah, 173. 
Finch, Cicely, Countess of Winchelsea, 179 ; 

Elizabeth, 172; Frances, 36, 40; Lady 

Frances, 179; Sir Heneage, 36, 40; 

Thomas, Earl of Winchelsea, 179. 
Fisher, Dorothy, 89. 
FitzGerald, Douglas, 131 ; Edward, 

Gerald, Earl of Kildare, 131. 
Fitzherbert, Edith, 44; Ralph, 44. 
Fitzroy, Henry, Duke of Grafton, 

Maria Caroline, Duchess of Grafton, 161 ; 

Lady Mary Elizabeth Emily, 161. 
FitzWilliam, Anne, Countess, 174; John, 

Earl, 174; William, Earl, 174. 
Fleetwood, Bridget, 156; Elizabeth, 186; 

Rt. Rev. James, Bishop of Worcester, 

156; John, 186; Martha, 156. 
Fletcher, Rev. William George Dimock, 

155- 
Floyer, Catherine, 76 ; Charles, 76 ; 
Elizabeth, 54 ; Prudence, 54 ; Richard, 

54- 
Foljambe, Sir Geoffrey, 5 ; Katherine, 5. 
Folkes, Dorothy, 183. 
Forde, Mary, 68; Robert, 68. 
Foreman, Sarah, 168. 
Forrest, Eleanor, 147. 
Foster, Avis, 156; Mary, 140 ; Thomas, 

140. 
Fountayne, Elizabeth, 180; John, 180. 
Fowke, Elizabeth, 25, 29, 113; Mary, 52; 

Roger, 52; Thomas, 25, 29, 113. 
Fowler, Anne, 46 ; Dorothy, 175; Isabel, 

10: John, 10. 
Fox, Anne, 187 ; Eleanor, 24 ; Henry, 

187 ; Richard, 24. 
Francis, Elizabeth, 70; Jane, 70; William, 

70. 
Frankland, Grace, 165 ; Admiral Sir 

Thomas, Bt., 165. 
Freeman, Anne, 60; Elizabeth, 181, 183; 

John, iSi, 1S3; Strickland, 183. 
Freere, Ann, 123; Robert, 123. 
French, Anne, 143; Robert, 143. 
Fteston, Anthony, 114; Bridget, 114; 

Edward, 1 14 ; Elizabeth, 1 14 ; Theophila, 

114. 



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Fulstow, Dorothy, 29 ; Peregrine, 29 ; 

Richard, 29. 
Fynche, Anne, 3; Henry, 3. 



Gaines, Mary, 74 ; Robert, 74. 
Gardiner, Jane, 143; Samuel, 143. 
Gardner, John, 24 ; Mary, 24 ; Susanna, 

195- 
Garle, AUce, 37 ; Richard, 37. 
Garner, EHzabeth, 27 ; Robert, 27. 
Garway, Caleb, 76; Maria Eliza, 76. 
Gatacre, Joan, 22 ; Margery, 22 ; Robert, 22. 
Gates, Edward, 123; Elizabeth, 123. 
Gaze, Anne Susannah, 151 ; John, 151. 
Geast, Christiana, 141; Richard, 141, 154. 
Gerard, Dame Anna Maria, 190 ; Anne, 

1S7-1S9 ; Dame Anne, 187 ; Bridget, 

1S9; Catherine, 190; Dame Catherine, 

190; Catherine Clare, 1S9 : Cecily 188; 

Dame Cecily, 185; Cuthbert, 188; 

Dorothy, 1S6 ; Dame Dorothy, 186; 

Elizabeth, 187-190; Dame Elizabeth, 

185, 1S6, 189: Ellen, 18S; Frances, 
186-189 : Dame Frances, 186 ; Francis, 
1S9; Gilbert, 188; Sir Gilbert, 186; 
Henry, 186; James, 186; Danie Jane, 
185; John, 186-1S8, 190; John 
Cansfield, 189; Judith, 187; Katherine, 

186, 188 ; Margaret, 185 ; Dame 
Margaret, 1S6 ; Dame Margery, 185 ; 
Maria Juliana, 190; Martha, 187; Mary, 

187, 189, 190; Dame Mary. 185, 187, 
18S ; Dame Mary Clare, 189 ; Peter, 
185, 188; Sir Peter, 186; Richard, 187; 
Sir Robert Cansfield, Bt., 190; Sir 
Robert Clifton, Bt., 190; Thomas, 186, 

188, 189; Sir Thomas, 185; Sir Thomas, 
Bt., 185, 186, 1S9; William, 185, l86; 
Sir William, Bt., 1S6-190; Winifred, 1S9. 

Gibbons, Alice, 149 ; Anna, 146, 147 ; 
Anne, 146-148, 153-155: Anne Susannah, 
151; Benjamin, 147, 149-151, 153: 
Dorothy, 146, 14S, 150, 152, 153, 155: 
Edward, 148, 153, 154; Eleanor, 146, 
I47> 155 ; Elizabeth, 146-150, 155 ; 
F'rances, 151 ; Francis, 147 ; George 
James, 151; Grace, 149; Henrietta 
Grace. Elizabeth, 151; Isabel, 147; Jane, 
147-149, 151, 155: John, 148-150, 152, 
I54> 155; Judith, 147, 148; Margaret, 
146, 149, 154; Mary, I47-I49 ; Mary 
Anne, 150; Phyllis, 149; Samuel, 155; 
Sarah, 147-151, 155 ; Thomas, 146, 

148, 149, 151-155 ; William, 146, 148, 

149, 152-154, 155; William Henry, 151. 
Gibbs, Edward, 68; Katharine, 68. 
Gibson, James, 119; Phcebe, 119. 
Giffard, John, 3; Margaret, 3. 

Gifford, Elizabeth, 185; Sir Thoinas, 185. 
Gillman, Daniel, 196; Rebecca, 196. 
Gi.sborne, Mary, 50; Rev. Thomas, 50. 
Glascott, Sophia Letitia, 184; William, 

184. 
Glass, Hannah, 175; John, 175. 



Gloucester (Bishop of), loi. 

Glynne, Penelope, 36 ; Dame Sophia, 36 ; 

Sir Stephen, Bt., 36. 
Goddard, Ann, 4; Richard, 4. 
Gold, John, 142; Sarah, 142. 
Gooding, Elizabeth, 113; John, 113; 

Katherine, 113. 
Goodson, Prudence, 96 ; William, 96. 
Goodwin or Goodwyn, Amphilis, 22 ; John, 

22 ; Margaret, 32 ; Robert, 32. 
Gosset, Grace, 165 ; Laura Honor, 165 ; 

Mary, 165; Matthew, 165. 
de Goudin, Cecile Pierre Gratian, 74. 
Gough, Barbara, 140, 145; Dame Barbara, 

140, 145 ; Elizabeth, 103 ; Sir Henry, 

Bt., 140, 145; Sir Richard, 145 ; William, 

103. 
Grafton, Henry, Duke of, 161 ; Maria 

Caroline, Duchess of, 161. 
Graham, Frances Merx'yn, 67 ; Lieut. - 

Colonel John, 67. 
Grammer, Gertrude, 74 ; Jane, 74 ; John, 

74 ; Mary, 74. 
Grandorge, Rev. John, 116. 
Granger, Israel, 98; Magdaleine, 98. 
Grant, Mary, 74. 
Graves, Anne, go; Hugh, 90. 
Green or Greene, Catherine, 97 ; Rev. 

Crispus, 87; Elizabeth, 63; Isabel, 147; 

Mary, 73, 173; Penelope, 9; Robert, 

173; Susanna, 87; Rt. Rev. Thomas, 

Bishop of Ely, 97. 
Gregory, Anne, 66; Joan, 66; Lewis, 66. 
Gregson, Elizabeth, 74, 79 ; George, 74, 

79- 
Gresley, Almeria Georgiana Eliza, 77 ; 
Anne, 69, 73, 75, 77, 80, 83 ; Augusta 
Catharine, 82 ; Dame Barbara, 73 ; 
Bridget, 70, 72, 73 ; Caroline, 82 ; 
Charles, 75, 77, 80, 82 ; Charles Lee, 
83; Dorothy, 71, 72, 76, 77, 79, 80, 
83 ; Dame Dorothy, 74 ; Edward, 69 ; 
Eleanor, 69 ; Elizabeth, 69, 70, 72-75, 

77, 79-8i, 83 ; Dame Elizabeth, 68, 76 ; 
Elizabeth Augusta, 77 ; Emma, 82 ; 
Emma Sophia, 77 ; Frances, 71, 72, 75, 

78, 79, 83; Dame Frances, 71; Frances 
Mary, 81; Geoffrey, 74; George, 69, 
70, 73 ; Sir George, 68 ; Sir George, 
Bt. , 70; Dame Georgina Anne, Si; 
Gertrude, 74 ; Dame Gertrude, 74 ; 
Grace, 70, 72 ; Harriet, 78, 82 ; 
Hastings, 70; Henry, 70, 80; Isabel, 
74 ; Rev. James, 80 ; James Henry, 83 ; 
Jane, 70, 73, 74, 80; Joan, 71; 
John, 71, 77, 79, 80, 83; Rev. John, 
81 ; Rw:v. John Morewood, 82 ; Kathe- 
rine, 68, 69, 73, 74 ; Dame Katherine, 
68 ; Lee, 79 ; Letitia, 69, 74 ; Louisa 
Eliz;ibeth, 81 : Louisa Georgiana Maria, 
77 ; Louisa Jane, 78, 81 ; Margaret, 
68, 69 ; Maria, 82 ; Dame Maria 
Eliza, 76 ; Marian, 69 ; Mary, 69, 70, 
72-74, 78, 79, 81-83; Dame Mary, 68; 
Mary Susanna, 78 ; Nigel, 78, 80 ; 



206 



sir Nigel, Bt., 76, 81 ; Sir Nigel 
Bowyer, Bt., 76; Penelope, 82; 
Richard, 82 ; Robert, 80, 83 ; Sir 
Robert, Bt., 68, 70, 71, 73, 74, 76, 
78-81 ; Sir Roger, Bt., 78 ; Sarah, 75, 
80; Selina, 77; Simon, 69; L:uly Sophia 
Catherine, 78 ; Sophia Editha, 78 ; 
Dame Susan, 70 ; Thomas, 69, 70, 74, 
79 ; Rev. Thom.as, 78, 80, 82 ; Sir 
Thomas, 68, 69; Sir Thomas, Bt., 71, 
74, 76; Walsingham, 71, 83; William, 
69, 71. 74, 7v 77-79. S3; Rev. William, 
78, Si ; Sir William, 68 ; Sir William, 
Bt., 73; William FitzNigcl de, 68; 
Rev. Sir William Nigel, Bt., 81 ; 
William Theophihis, 83 ; Wilmot, 76 ; 
Dame Wilmot, 76 ; Wilmot Maria, 76. 

Greswold, Anne, 22; John, 22. 

Grey, Anne, 128; Eleanor, 128; Elizabeth, 
24; Thomas, 128; Walter, 24. 

Grey de Ruthin, Susan, Lady, 144. 

Griffith, Jane, 43 ; Mary, 43 ; Richard, 43. 

Grimes, William Dixwell, 137. 

Grote, Andrew, 82 ; Caroline, 82. 



Haines, Margaret, 87. 

Ilaldenby, Anne, iSi ; Francis, 181. 

Haldimand, Anthony Francis, 93; Jane, 

93; Sarah, 93. 
Hales, Sir Bartholomew, 68 ; Dame 

Katharine, 68. 
H.all, Elizabeth, 47 ; Henry, 47; Margaret, 

47; Phihp, 152. 
Hallowes, Frances, 193; Samuel, 193. 
Hamar, Anne, 193; Rear- Admiral Joseph, 

193- 
Hamilton, Elizabeth, 9; William, 9. 
Hamlyn, Sir James, Bt., 65. 
Hammett, Anne, 65 ; FJlizabeth, 65 ; 

Richard, 65. 
Hampden, Anne, 123; Edmund, 128; 

Griffith, 123: Margaret, 1 28. 
Hampton, Margaret, 122; William, 122. 
Hanbury, Alice, 42 ; Elizabeth, 33, 42 ; 

Richard, 33, 42. 
Hannah, Alice, 42 ; Elizabeth, 33, 42 ; 

Richard, 23, 42. 
Hansby, Frances, 187; Sir Ralph, 187. 
Harborne, Sarah, 59; Thomas, 59. 
Harborough, Bennet, Earl of, 135 ; 

Elizabeth, Countess of, 135 ; Frances, 

Countess of, 135 ; Jane, Countess of, 

135 ; Margaret, Countess of, 135 ; 

Robert, Earl of, 135. 
Harding, Charlotte .Sophia, 39 ; William, 

39- 
Hardy, Elizabeth. 8. 
Hargate, Joan, 171; Robert, 171. 
Harmer, Elizabeth, 105 ; Mary, 105, 106 ; 

Thomas, 105; William, 106. 
Harper, Robert, 116. 
Harpur, Dame Elizabeth, 69 ; Rev. John, 

73 ; Dame Katharine, 69 ; Mary, 73 ; 

Sir Richard, 69. 



Hafrington, John, 23; Mary, 23. 

Harris,' Eliziibeth, 58; Samuel, 58. 

Harrison, Anne, 60; William, 60. 

Hart, Alice, 172; William, 172. 

Harlopp, Dorothy, 131 ; Edward, 131 j 
Sir Edward, Bt., 47; Elizabeth, 47; 
Thtmias, 131. 

Han'ey, Elizabeth, 68; James, 68. 

Harward, Jane, 66; Laurence, 66. 

Ilaslewood, Sir Anthony, 128; Dame 
Elizabeth, 128; Katharine, 1 28. 

Hassell, Catherine, 180; Thom:is, 180. 

Hatch, .\gnes, 65 ; Christian, 65 ; Robert, 
65. 

Hatchett, Alice, 102, 103; Anne, 104; 
Bulkeley, 103; Edward, 103; Elizabeth, 
102, 103; F'rancis, 104; Hugh (after- 
wards Owen), 104 ; Isabel, 102 ; Jane, 
104; John, 102-104; Joseph, 104! 
Margaret, 103 ; Martha, 103 : Mary, 
102-104; Richard, 102, 104; (Richard) 
Bulkeley, 103 ; Robert, 102 ; Sarah, 
102-104; Stephen, 102; William, 102. 

Hatton, Anne, 59 ; Lady Elizabeth, 108 ; 
Sir William, 108. 

Haugh, Adam, 59. 

Havelock, Isabella, 89. 

Hawes, Dame Audrey, 185 ; Sir James, 
1S5; Mary, 185. 

Hawkes or Hawks, Alice, 63 ; John, 63 ; 
Katharine, 52 ; Mary, 52 ; Ralph, 52. 

Hawkesford, Dovey, 148; Elizabeth, 149; 
John, 149; Mary, 28, 148; Richard, 
28. 

Haworth, Adrian Hardy, 90 ; Amy, 90 ; 
Anne, 89-91; Benjainin, 90; Benjamin 
Blaydes, 90; Dorothy, 89, 91 ; Drury, 91 ; 
Eliza Sidney, 90; Elizabeth, 91; Eliza- 
beth Maria, 90 ; Frances, 91 ; Francis, 
91 ; Isabella, 89; Jane, 89; John, 89-91 ; 
Colonel John, 89; Joshua, 89,91 ; Lydia, 
91; Maria, 89; Mary, 89-91 ; Nicholas, 
91 ; Peter, 89 ; Sarah, 90 ; Thomas, 
89-91 ; William, 89. 

Hayes, Martha, 2. 

Haymes, Louisa, 139 ; Margaret, 138 ; 
Mary, 13S; Robert, 138; William, 139. 

Hayne, Richard, 13; Sarah, 13. 

Hay ward, Nicholas, 100. 

Heathcote, Dame Anne, 77 ; Lady Elizabeth 
Keith, 77 ; Emma Sophia, 77 ; Sir John 
Edensor, 77 ; Richard Edensor, 77 ; 
Siisanna, 77. 

Heberden, Althea Hyde, 162; Amelia, 163; 
Charles, 163; Charlotte, 163; Elizabeth, 
162, 163 ; Eliz.abeth Catherine, 163 ; 
George, 163 ; HachaU,ah, 162 ; Harriet, 
163; John, 162, 163; Mary, 162, 163; 
Richard, 162; Sarah, 162: Thomas, 162; 
Rev. Thomas, 162; William, 162, 163; 
Rev. William, 162. 

Htckington, Jane, 123; William, 123. 
Hedges, Henry, 166; Jane, 166. 

Hemus, Daniel, 60; Mary, 60. 

Mendernian. Martha, 193. 



Heneage, John, 122; Mary, 122. 
Henry IV., King of France, 99. 
Henshaw, Charles, 183; Edward, 182; 

Elizabeth, 183; Katharine, 183; 

Susanna, 182. 
Herbert, Dorothy, 55 ; Francis, 55 ; 

Urania, 55. 
Herrick, Ehzabeth, 32 ; Martha, 32 ; 

Robert, 32. 
Ilervey, John, Earl of Bristol, 158; John, 

Lord, 158; Lady Lepell, 158; Mary, 

Lady, 1 58. 
Heveningham, Abigail, iii; WiUiam, in. 
Heynes, Isabel, 7; Rev. T. H., 7. 
Heyrick, Elizabeth, 48; Robert, 48. 
Hicks, Avis, 156; John, 156. 
Higginson, Jonathan, 102 ; Sarah, 102. 
Hill, Elizabeth, I ; Margaret, 135; Thomas, 

135; William, i. 
Hilson, Elizabeth, 132; John, 132. 
Hincks, Joanna, 95 ; Thomas Cowper, 95. 
Hird, Elizabeth, 10; William, 10. 
Hitchener, Joseph, 27 ; Sarah, 27. 
Hodgkin, Alexander, 195; Elizabeth, 195; 

Mary, 195. 
Hoghton, Katherine, 188: Thomas, 188. 
Holdsworth, Sarah, 17. 
Holford, Jane Margaret, 93 ; John Josias, 

93; Sarah, 134; Sophia, 93. 
Holly, Benjamin, 1 74. 
Holt or Holte, Lady Jane, 115; John, 115: 

Margery, 124; Thomas, 125. 
Homer, Ann, 146; Edward, 155; Thomas, 

I53> 154- 
Hood, Elizabeth, 7; Henry, Viscount, 40; 

Jane, Viscountess, 40; John, 7; Mary, 7; 

Admiral Sir Samuel, 40 ; Wilmot, 76. 
Hoorde, Joan, 22 ; John, 22. 
Hopkyns, Anne, 47 ; Joan, 47 ; Sampson, 

47- 
Hornblower, Eliza, 62. 
Horton, Jane, 70; William, 70. 
Houldsworth, John, 16 ; Sarah Colbeck, 

16. 
Howard, Anne, 189; Francis, 1S9; Mary 

Anne Dorothy, 189. 
Howell, Prudence, 5 : William, 5. 
Huddleston, Ann, 126; Richard, 126. 
Hughes, Catharine, 38: James, 38. 
Hulse, Sir Edward, Bt., 56, 57; Hannah, 

56, 57- 
Hume, Abraham, 39; Sally, 39. 
Humfrcy, Anna Maria, 139; Eleanor, 44; 

Jane, 44; Rev. Lebbeus Charles, 139; 

Richard, 44. 
Hungerford, Dame Alice, 6; Sir Anthony, 4; 

Dame Dorothy, 4 ; Dame Elizabeth, 6 ; 

Dame Jane, 4 ; Dame Susan, 6 ; Walter, 

Lord, 6. 
Hunsdon, Elizabeth, 109 ; George, Lord, 

109; Lord, 115. 
Hunston, Elizabeth, 178. 
Hunt, Alice, 63 ; Amicia, 125 ; Catherine, 

87; John, 125; Rev. Rowland, S7 ; 

Sarah, 85 ; Thomas, 85 ; William, 63. 



Hunter, Esther, 177; Mary, 91 ; William, 

177. 
Hurt, Elizabeth, 133; Jane, 80; Thomas, 

133- 
Hussey, Elizabeth, 6; John, Lord Hussey 

de Sleaford, 6. 
Hussey de Sleaford, John, Lord, 6. 
Hutchinson, Bridget, 191; Catherine, 193; 

Edward, 193; John, 191. 
Hutton, Elizabeth, 28; John, 28. 
Hyett, Benjamin, 85 ; Catharine, 85 ; 

Francis Adams, 88 ; Sarah, 85. 

Iken, Abraham, 87 ; Anne, 85 ; Arthur, 

85, 88. 
Inge, Frances, 71, 137 ; Henrietta, 81 ; 

Theodore William, 137; William, 71, 81, 

137- 
Ingoldsby, Anne, 159. 
Ingram, Ellen, 20; Henry, 20. 
Isham, Elizabeth, no; Sir Justinian, Bt., 

1 10. 

Jackson, Catherine, 162 ; Charles, 93 ; 

Elizabeth, 92 ; Dame Jane, 92 ; Jane 

Margaret, 93; Rev. John, 157; Joseph, 

162; Mary, 157; Sir Philip, 92. 
Jagger, Alice, 18. 
James, Rev. David, 20; Elizabeth, 150; 

Emma, 20; Margaret, 20; Robert, 150. 
James II., King of England, 158. 
Janson, Sarah, 90. 
Jecks, Ann, 106. 
Jeffs, Elizabeth, 171, 173, 174; James, 

174; John, 174. 
Jekyll, Elizabeth, 13; Thomas, 13. 
Jellicorse, Elizabeth, 85; John, 85, 87. 
Jelly, Harriet, 78; John, 78. 
Jenks, Benjamin, 88. 
Jennings, Alice, 2 ; Elizabeth, 166 ; 

Fanny, 2; Robert, 2; Thomas, 166. 
Jennison, John, 187; Martha, 187; Mary, 

187; Michael, 187; Thomas, 187. 
Jenyns, George Leonard, 163 ; Mary, 163. 
Jesson. Elisabeth, 47; Dame Jane, 48; 

William, 47 ; Sir William, 48. 
Johnson, Ann, 97 ; Anne Jane, 142 ; 

Nathaniel Palmer, 142 ; Sarah, 142. 
Jones, Esther, 167 ; Isaac, 103 ; Robert, 

167; Sarah, 148; William, 148. 
Jorden, Edward, 84, 87 ; Elizabeth, 84 ; 

Mary, 87. 
Juby, Mary, 105. 
Jupp, Mary, 169; William, 169. 
Justice, Hannah, 26. 



Keate, Christian, 166 ; Eleanor, 166 ; 

Hugh, 166. 
Keeling, Eleanor, 147 ; Elizabeth, 47 ; 

Ralph, 47; WiUiam, 147. 
Keighley, Henry, 186. 
Kelly, — , 117. 
Kelso, Catharine, 12: Gawen, 12. 



208 



Kendall, Catherine, 44; Helen, 44; 

Henry, 44. 
Killiurn, Anne, 72. 
Kilclare, Gerald, Earl of, 131. 
Kimberley, Very Rev. Jonathan, 59 ; Marv, 

59- 
Kitson, Rachel, 19. 
Knight, Anne, 140 ; Elizabeth, 140 ; 

Frances, 139 ; Ulchard, 140 ; Samuel, 

139; Thomas, 88. 
Knightley, Angel, 36 ; Giles, 36 ; Lucy, 

36; William, 108; Winifred, loS. 
KnoUys, Sir Fr.ancis, 125 ; Ilenrj', 125 ; 

Margaret, 125. 



Lacon, John, 88. 

Langford, Alice, 3 ; Edward, 3 ; Isabella, 

164; Jonas, 164. 
Langham, George, 47 ; Jane, 47. 
Langston, Elizabeth, 3 ; John, 3. 
Langtree, Edward, 188; Ellen, iSS. 
Lapps, Allsaints, 49; Katherine, 49. 
Latimer, Dorothy, loS; John, Lord, loS. 
Lawson, Anastasia, 190; Sir John, Bt., 

190; Milcah, 179; Sir Wilfred, Bt., 

179; William, 179. 
Lea, Sarah, 25, 26. 
Leach, Elizabeth, 14; Timothy, 14. 
Leacroft, Eleanor, 53 ; Thomas, 53. 
Le Breton, Frances, 13; Thomas, 13. 
Lee, Elizabeth, 74, 79 ; John, 74, 79 ; 

Dame Mary, 185; Sir Robert, 185; 

Leeds, Ann, 119; Bridget, Duchess of, 

III; Thomas, Duke of, III; William, 

119. 
Legard, Charles, no; John, 179; Susanna, 

179; Theophila, i lo. 
Legh, Jane, 185 ; Dame Margaret, 186 ; 

Sir Peter, 185, 186. 
Leicester, Alice, 186; Margaret, Countess 

of, 112; Peter, 186; Thomas, Earl of, 

112, 115. 
Leigh, Augusta Catharine, 82 ; Egerton, 

82 ; Elizabeth, 45 ; Thomas, 45 ; 

Wilhelmina .Sarah, 82. 
Leighton, Elizabeth, 129; Sir Thomas, 

129. 
Lepell, Mary, 158; Brigadier -General 

Nicholas, 158. 
Le Strange, IJ.ame Elizabeth, no; Dame 

Mary, no; Sir Nicholas, Bt., no. 
Leventhorpe, Marian, 69. 
Levett or Levitt, Anne, 54 ; Catherine, 

76; Mary, 54; Theophilus, 54; Thomas, 

76 ; Rev. Thomas, 76 ; Wilmot Maria, 

76. 
Lewen or Lewin, Alice, 175; Elizabeth, 

28 ; Margaret, 177 ; Robert, 177 ; 

Thomas, 175; William, 28. 
Lichfield .and Coventry (Bishop of), lOI. 
Liddell, Maria, 159; Maria Susannah, 

Lady Ravensworth, 159; Thomas Henry, 

Lord Ravensworth, 159. 



Lillingston, Abraham Spooner, 141, I42 ; 

Barbara Anne, 142 ; Elizabeth Mary 

Agnes, 141, 142; Rev. George, 142 ; 

Luke, 141. 
Lincoln (Bishop of), loi ; Frances, 67 ; 

Robert, 67. 
Lindsay or Lindsey, .■\lexander, Earl of 

Balcarres, 77 ; Lady Eliziibelh Keith, 77 ; 

Montague, Earl of, in. 
Lisburne, Adam, Lord, 115; Lucy, 115. 
Lisle, Margaret, 126; Thomas, 126. 
Lisset, Hester, 166; Richard, 166. 
Lister, Catherine, 12; Christopher, 12. 
Littleton, Sir Edward, 52 ; Helen, 52 ; 

Dame Margaret, 52. 
Lloyd, Francis, 102; .Mary, 102; Richard, 

102; Sarah, 102. 
London (Bishop of), loi. 
Longford, Margery, 185 ; Nicholas, 185 ; 

Sir Ralph, 185. 
de Longueville, Barbara, ViscoUntess, I44; 

Henry, Viscount, 144. 
Loraine, Dame Frances, 178 ; Dame 

Hannah, 178; Isabella, 178; Rev. 

Lamblon, 178; Sir William, Bt., 178. 
Love, Cassandra, 191 ; Thomas, 191. 
Lovelace, Jane, in; Margaret, in; 

Richard, in. 
Lovett, Anne, 5, 123 ; Elizabeth, 123 ; 

Thomas, 5, 123. 
Low, John, 88 ; Thomas, 88. 
Lowth, Humphry, 47; Ven'^'= John, 45-47, 

52 ; Mary, 47 ; Thomasina, 46, 52. 
Luttrell, Catherine, 139; Thomas Fownes, 

139- 
Lys, Mary, 165. 
Lyth, Elizabeth, 102; John, I02. 



Macaulay, Jean, 50; Rev. John, 50. 
Macpherson, Evan, 93 ; Sophia, 93. 
Madan, Rev. George, 82 ; Harriet, 82 ; 

Henrietta, 81 ; Louisa Elizabeth, 81 ; 

Rev. Spencer, 81. 
Mainwaring, Elizabeth, 103 ; Mary, 103 ; 

Thomas, 103. 
Malcher, Carew, 130. 
Maling, Christopher Thompson, 159; 

Martha, 159; Martha Sophia, 159. 
Mallory, Dorothy, 122; Margery, 124; 

Nicholas, 122, 124. 
Manby, Elizabeth, 32. 
des Maretz, Claude, 97 ; Mary, 97. 
Margerum, Anne Eliz,abeth, 164. 
Markham, Elizabeth, 123; William, 123. 
Markland, Edward, 16; Elizabeth, 16. 
Marriott, Anne, 136; Rev. Thomas, 

136- 
Marshall, Dorothy, 131; Francis, 131. 
Marston, Anne, 147 ; Frances, 86 ; 

Richard, 86. 
Martin, Catherine, 162 ; Eleanor, 162 ; 

Elizabeth, 162; John, 162; Joseph, 55, 

162 ; Mary, 55, 162. 
Mason, Elizabeth, 103 ; James, 103. 



209 



Matthew, Magdalen, 92 ; Mary Magdalen, 

92 ; Stephen, 92. 
Matthews, Anne, 75 ; Edward, 75 ; 

William, 75. 
Maxwell, Temperance, 193; William, 193. 
Mayers, Philip, 19; Sarah, 19. 
Mayne, Anne, 185; Cecily, 185; Walter, 

185. 
Mayo, Frances Lavinia, 58 ; John, 58. 
Meade, Esther, 166. 
Meakin, Sarah, 26. 

Menars, Jean Jacques, Marquis de, 100. 
Mercer, Martha, 156. 
Mering, Dame Margaret, 126; Sir William, 

126. 
Mervin or Mervyn, Elizabeth, 122 ; John, 

66, 122 ; Margaret, 66. 
Messenger, Augustine, no; Rachael, no. 
Michel, Charles WiUiam, 183; Dorothy 

Mary, 183. 
Middlemore, Alice, 29 ; Amphilis, 22 ; 

»\nne, 22, 23, 25-27, 29, 31 ; Anthony, 

30 ; Barbara, 26 ; Bridget, 22, 26 ; 

Catherine, 23 ; Dorothy, 22, 29, 31 ; 

Edward, 24, 25, 29, 31 ; Eleanor, 

22-24; Elizabeth, 24-31; Frances, 23, 

31 ; George, 23, 25, 26, 30, 31 ; Henry, 

24, 25, 29, 30 ; Hester, 28 ; Jane, 23, 

24; Joan, 23; John, 22-27; Joseph, 26; 

Lucy, 26 ; Margaret, 22, 25 ; Margery, 

22 ; Maria, 28 ; Maria Elizabeth, 26 ; 

Mary, 22-26, 28-31 ; Philip, 31 ; Richard, 

22, 24, 26-29; Robert, 23, 24, 26, 28, 29; 

Sarah, 25-28 ; Stephen, 25 ; Susannah, 

23-25 ; Thomas, 22, 24, 25, 27 ; William, 

22-27, 31- 
Middleton, Martha, 176; Robert, 170; 

Susanna Martha, 170. 
Midgley, Elizabeth, n; William, n. 
Milburn, Bridget, 60. 
Miller, Charles, 163; Elizabeth Catherine, 

163; Sir John, Bt., 163. 
Millerd, Hugh, 94; Susannah, 94. 
Mills, Anne, 105 ; Rev. John, 41 ; Sarah, 

41 ; William, 41. 
Milward, Blanch, 166; Dorothy, 71; 

Robert, 71; Thomas, 166. 
Mitton, Mary, 170; Robert, 170. 
Mold, Maria, 28 ; William, 28. 
Molyneux, Bridget, 1S7; Caryl, Viscount, 

35; Hon''''= Elizabeth, 35; Frances, 186; 

Dame Frances, 186; Jane, 188; Hon'''"' 

Mary, 190 ; Richard, Viscount, 190 ; 

Sir Richard, Bt., 186, 187 ; William, 

188. 
Monck, Elizabeth, 117; Henrj-, 117; 

Lady Isabella, n7. 
Monckton, Elizabeth, 29 ; Marmaduke, 29. 
Monro, Charles, 162 ; Slaria Frances, 162. 
Monsey, Messenger, 120. 
Mont;igue, Anthony, Viscount, 185 ; Sir 

Edward, 123; Dame Eleanor, 123; 

Elizabeth, 123. 
Monteith, Anne, 55 ; Frances, 55 ; James, 

ss- 



Moore, Alice, 59-61,63; Anna, 60; Anne, 

59-63 ; Biddy, 61 ; Bridget, 60, 62 ; 

Charles Edward, 62; Dorothy, 186; 

Edward, 59, 60, 64 ; Eleanor, 59 ; 

Eliza, 62; Elizabeth, 60, 61, 63; 

Francis, 60 ; Helen, 59 ; Hester, 60 ; 

Humphrey, 59, 61 ; James, 60, 62, 63 ; 

Jane, 62 ; John, 60-62, 109 ; Margaret, 

61 ; Margery, 59, 62 ; Mary, 59-63, 

109; Mrs., 147; Rebecca, 60, 61, 80; 

Robert, 62, 63 ; Sarah, 59, 63 ; Thomas, 

59, 60, 62; William, 59. 
Mordaunt, Anne, 55 ; John, 55. 
More, Elizabeth, 71 ; Jasper, 71 ; Joan, 

71- 
Morewood, Frances, 71; Gilbert, 71. 
Morgan, Dame Anne, iSo; Sir Charles, 

180; Eliza, 180; Jane, 187 ; Sir Lewis, 

180; Thomas, 187. 
Morley, Edward, Lord, 71. 
Morris, Amherst, 93 ; Andrew, 93 ; Charles, 

93-95 ; Elizabeth, 92, 93 ; Ellen, 92 ; 

Emma, 95 ; Fleminia Adelaide, 92 ; 

Francis Anthony, 93 ; Frederick, 95 j 

Harriet, 92 ; Rear- Admiral Henry Gage, 

94 ; James, 92, 94 ; Jane, 94, 95 ; 

Joanna, 95 ; Louisa Maria, 95 ; Margaret, 

94 ; Maria, 95 ; Maria Susannah, 94 ; 

Mar\-, 92, 93, 95 ; Mary Magdalen, 

92 ; Rebecca Newenham Millerd, 94 ; 

Roger, 92 ; Lieut. -Colonel Roger, 92, 

93 ; Sarah, 92, 93 ; Sophia, 93, 94. 
Morrison, Mary, 195; Robert, 195. 
Moseley, Anne, 149 ; James, 149 ; Mary, 

149. 
Moses, John, 136; Margaret, 136. 
Mostyn, Anne, 1S7 ; Sir Edward, Bt., 187 ; 

John, 187; Mary, 1S7. 
Mould, Penelope, 138; Thomas, 138. 
Moulton, Anne, loS; John, 108. 
Moyser, Diana, 183; Colonel James, 183. 
Mucklow, Elizabeth, 26; James, 26. 
Mulgrave, Anne Ehzabeth, Lady, 158; 

Constantine Charles Henry, Earl of, 159; 

Constantine, Lord, 158 ; Constantine 

John, Lord, 158, 159; Sir Henry, Earl of, 

159; Lepell, Lady, 158; Martha Sophia, 

Countess of, 1 59. 
Mulsho John, 68; Margaret, 68. 
Mun, Isabel, 33 ; Thomas, 33. 
Murray, Dame Anne Elizabeth Cholmley, 

158; General Sir John, Bt., 158. 
Myddleton, Elizabeth, 192; Sir Thomas, 

192. 
Mytton, Joan, 44 ; John, 44. 



Nassau, Count, 37 ; Dorothy Elizabeth, 

Countess, 37. 
Naunton, Barbara, 109; Jane, 109; Mary, 

109: Robert, 109. 
Neale, Anne, 143 ; Rev. Edward Vansittart, 

143; Jane, 143. 
Nelson, Daniel, 196 ; Jane, 73 ; Rebecca, 

196; Thomas, 73. 



Neville, Dame Chira, 5 ; Dame Katlierine, 

5 ; Dame Margaret, 5 ; Ralph, 5 ; Sir 

Thomas, 5. 
Newcastle, Henry, Duke of, 112. 
Newcomhe, Sarah, 147; William, 147. 
Newdegaie, Klizabeth, 123; John, 123, 

124; Martha, 124; Winifred, 124. 
Newdigate-Newdegate, Francis Alexander, 

124. 
Newnhani, Anna, 60; Anne, 61 ; Hester, 

60 : Thomas, 60, 61. 
Newport, George, 23; Margaret, 23. 
Newton, Dame Abigail, ill ; Carey, in; 

Sir John, Bt., Ill, 1 16; Micliael, 116. 
NicUen, Elizabetli, 52 ; John, 52. 
Noble, Elizabeth Newbokl, 51 ; (jrace, 119; 

Rev. Henry Lovell, 51. 
Noel, Frances, 135; William, 135. 
Norcote, Rachael, I. 
Normanby, Constantine Henry, Marquess 

of, 159 ; Maria, Marchioness of, 159. 
Norris, Isabel, 186; Sir William, 186. 
Norton, Hon'''"' Charles Francis, 161 ; 

Hon*"'" Maria Louisa, 161. 
Norwich (Bishop of), loi. 
Noss, Sarah, 118: William 118. 
Nottingham, Elizabeth, 167. 
Noyes, Anne, 65 ; William, 65. 

Oakley, Barbara, 73; Sir Charles, Bt., 81; 

Louisa, 81 ; Richard, 73 ; William, 73. 
Obome, Alexander, 80; Sarah, 80. 
O'Brien, Anna Maria Sidney, 143 ; Dame 

Anne, 143; Sir Lucius, Bt., 143. 
Oldbury, Dorothy, 55; John, 55. 
Oldfield, Alice, 29; Elizabeth, 11, 76; 

Grace, 11 ; John, 11, 29 ; Leftwich, 76 ; 

Thomas, 11. 
Oliver, Harriet Langford, 164 ; Isabella, 

164; Thomas, 164. 
Orpen, Rev. Francis, 94 ; Rebecca Newen- 

hani Millerd, 94; Susannah, 94. 
Osbaldiston, Dame Catherine, 180; Dame 

Elizabeth, 180; Dame Frances, 180; 

Jane, 3; John, 3; Sir Richard, 180. 
Osborne, Lady Anne, in; Bridget, 

Duchess of Leeds, ni ; Thomas, Duke 

of. III. 
Ossory , Thomas Pack, Dean of, 117. 
Ottley, Adam, 73 ; Bridget, 73. 
Otway, Henry, 135; Sarah, 135. 
Otway-Cave, Sarah, Lady Braye, 135. 
Oxford (Bishop of), loi. 
Owen, Abigail, 103; Edward, 114; Hugh, 

104 ; Margaret, 1 14 ; Martlia, 103 ; 

Thomas, 103. 

Pack, Anne, 117; Rev. Anthony, 117; 
Catharine, 117; Catherine Anne, 117; 
Major-General Sir Denis, 117; Lady 
Elizabeth Louisa, 117; Jane, 117; 
Mary, 117; Rev. Richard, 117; Samuel, 
117; Thomas, 117; Very Rev. Thomas, 
117. 



Packer, Elizabeth, 132; John, 132. 
Palmer, Elizabeth, 133; Margaret, 119; 

Ralph, 133. 
Palmes, Eliz;ibeth, 181 ; Marv, 181 ; 

William, 181. 
Parker, Alexander, 96 ; Edward, Lord 

Morley, 71 ; Elizabeth, 71, 96; Prudence, 

96. 
Parks, Mary, 147. 
I'arkyns, Alice, 29 ; Sampson, 29 ; Sir 

Thomas, 29. 
Par.sell, Jane, 44; Robert, 44. 
Passemere, Thomasine, 122. 
Paston, Anne, 108 ; Bridget, 108 ; Henry, 

68 ; John, 108 ; Mary, 68 ; Sir Thomas, 

68. 
Pate, Jane, 104. 
Payne, Elizabeth, 140. 
Pearle, James, 6 ; Mary, 6. 
Pearse, Rev. Henry Thornton, 161 ; Mary 

Louisa Sophia, 161. 
Pearson, Sarah, 151; Rev. Thomas, 151. 
Peckham, Dorothy, 186; Edmond, 18O. 
Peirson, Elizabeth, 182; Mary, 172. 
Pemberton, Christopei, 98; Elizabeth, 7; 

John, 7 ; Sarah, 7. 
Pennington, George James, 13; Selina, 

■3- 

Penyston, Alice, 30 ; Rev. Anthony, 30 ; 
Elizabeth, 30. 

Percehay, Christopher, 182 ; Frances, 
182. 

Percy, Anthony, 117; Mary, 117. 

Perkins, Bridget, 60; Elizabeth, 80. 

Perry, Elizabeth, 146. 

Persehouse, Anne, 146, 152, 153; Edward, 
146, 147, 152-154 ; Elizabeth, 147 ; 
Judith, 147; Margaret, 146, 154; 
Oliver, 147; Peter, 154; Richard, 147; 
Sarah, 147. 

Pert, George, 125; Margery, 125. 

Peterborough (Bishop of), loi. 

Peters, Alice, 42 ; John, 42 ; Mary, 42. 

Petre, Dorothy, 186; John, 186; John, 
Baron, 1S6. 

Philips, Barbara, 53 ; Robert, 53. 

Philipse, Frederick, 93 ; Johanna, 93 ; 
Mary, 93. 

Phillimore, Joseph, 82 ; Mary, 82. 

Phillips, Richard, 88. 

Phipps, Anne, 156, 157, 159; Anne Eliza- 
beth, Lady Mulgrave, 158 ; Lady Anne 
Elizabeth Cholmley, 1 58 ; Augusta 
Maria, 160; Augustus, 160; Rev. 
Augustus Frederick, 161 ; Avis, 156; 
Bridget, 156; Caleb, 156; Catherine, 
158; Charles, 159; Sir Charles Beau- 
mont, 160 ; Constance Mary Katherine, 
161; Constantine, 157; Sir Constantine, 
157; Constantine, Lord Mulgrave, 158; 
Rev. Constantine Charles Henry, Earl 
of Mulgrave, 159; Constantine Henry, 
Marquess of Normanby, 159 ; Con- 
stantine John, Lord Mulgrave, 158 ; 
Edmund, 161: General Edmund, 160; 



211 



Elizabeth, 156; Frances, 159; Francis, 
'5^1 '57 ; Rev. Francis, 156 ; George, 
156; Henrietta Maria, 160; Henrietta 
Sophia, 160; Henry, Earl of Mulgrave, 
159; Henry Augustus Fitzroy, 161; 
Isabel, 156; James, 156-158; Judith, 
156; Dame Katherine, 157; Katherine 
Frederica, 161 ; Lepell, Lady Mulgrave, 
158; Lepell Charlotte, 161; Margaret 
Anne, 160 ; Maria, 160 ; Maria, 
Marchioness of Normanby, 159; Maria 
Louisa, 161 ; Martha Sophia, Countess 
of Mulgrave, 159; Mary, 157, 159; 
Mary Elizabeth Emily, 161 ; Mary 
Louisa Sophia, 161; Robert, 156; 
Sophia, 161 ; Sophia Maria Laura, 161; 
Susanna, 157; Thomas, 156, 157; 
William, 158. 

Pickering, Gilbert, 191. 

Pickersgill, Jane, 93. 

Piddock, Mary, 14S, 154; Roger, 148, 154. 

Piggott, Anne, 3 ; Leonard, 3 ; Margaret, 3, 

Pile, Elizabeth, 180 ; Sir Francis, Bt., 180 
Dame Jane, iSo. 

Pilsworth, Charles, 133; Elizabeth, 133 
Parnell, 133. 

Pine, Major-General George Hanbury, 164 
Georgina, 164; Joan, i. 

Pitcairn, Anne, 43; Charles, 43. 

Pitches, Sir Abraham, 78; Peggy, 78. 

Pitt, Elizabeth, 42; Hester, 60; Sir 
William, 42. 

Plomer, Jane, 192; Sir William, 192. 

Plowden, Harriet Chichely, 38; Rev. James, 
38 ; Susanna, 38. 

Plumtre, Dorothy, 194; Francis, 194. 

Pollard, John, 4 ; Susan, 4. 

Poole, Dorothy, 127; Henry, 127; James, 
187; Mary, '187. 

Pope, Elizabeth, 4; John, 4; Susannah, 4. 

Port, Elizabeth, 48, 185 ; Margery, 185 ; 
Sir John, 185. 

Portland, Henry, Duke of, 117. 

Portsmouth, John, Earl of, 57 ; Urania, 
Countess of, 57. 

Powell, Elizabeth, 164; John, 164. 

Power, Ann, 156; John, 156. 

Pratt, Edward, 120; Joseph, 92; Sarah, 
92; Sarah Maria, 120. 

Prescot, Dame Margaret, 46; Sir William, 
46. 

Preston, Anne, 187 ; Elizabeth, 16; Hannah, 
16; Dame Jane, 187; Sir John, Bt., 187; 
Thomas, 16. 

Price, Elizabeth, 168; Hannah, 169; 
WiUiam, 168, 169. 

Priestley, Elizabeth, 15; John, 15; Mary, 

IS- 
Princep, Sarah, 138; Thomas, 138. 
Proby, Very Rev. Baptist, 78 ; Rev. Baptist 

John, 78 ; Mary Susanna, 78. 
Puleston, Edward, 34 ; Eleanor, 34 ; 

Winifred, 34. 
Pulteney, Rose, 191 ; Sir Thomas, 191. 
Pulverloft, — , 174. 



Purbeck, Elizabeth, Viscountess, 108 ; 

Frances, Viscountess, 108 ; John, 

\'iscount, 108. 
Purcell, Margaret, 113. 
Purton, John, 148 ; Mary, 148 ; Rev. 

Ralph Cecil, 155. 
Pusey, Lady Lucy, 135; Philip, 135. 
Pycroft, Elizabeth, 80; William, 80. 
Pye, Rev. John, 175; Mary, 175. 
Pym, Eleanor Penrose, 66 ; Admiral Sir 

Samuel, 66. 



Raban, Ann, 139 ; Robert Bruce, 139 ; 
Thomas, 139. 

Radley, Frances, 192 ; WiUiam, 192. 

Ragg, Mary, 138 ; Peter, 138. 

Ramsay, Amelia, 21 ; Thomas, 21. 

Randall, Eleanor, 33 ; Hannah, 21 ; 
Samuel, 33. 

Rant, Theophila, 114. 

Rastell, .Mary, 177; Rev. William, 177. 

Ravensworth, Maria Susannah, Lady, 159; 
Thomas Henry, Lord, 159. 

Rawson, Abigail, 11 ; Anthony, II, 12; 
Catherine, 12, 14, 16 ; Christopher, 14, 
15; Delia, 16; Elizabeth, io-i6; Ellen, 
16: Emma, 16; Frances, 13; Frederick 
Edward, 15; Grace, 14; Grace Eliza- 
beth, 15; Hannah, 16; Harriet, 13; 
Isabel, 10-12; Jane, 11, 12, 14; 
Jeremiah, 15, 16; Jeremy, 11; John, 
10-12, 14-16; Rev.' John, 12; Kathe- 
rine, 13 ; Lydia, 14 ; Margaret, 10, 
II; Margery, 12; Martha, 12, 13; 
Mary, 10, II, 13, 15; Mary Anne, 14, 
16; Matthew, 13; Maud, 12; Mercy, 
II; Nelly, 14; Robert, 15; Samuel, 15; 
Sarah, 13, 14 ; Sarah Colbeck, 16 ; 
Selina, 13 ; Stansfeld, 14 ; Thomas, 
13, 14; Thomas Jekyll, 13; Thomas 
Samuel, 16; William, 10-13, '5; William 
Henry, 15. 

Raynsford, Dorothy, 3 ; Dame Jane, 3 ; 
Sir WiUiam, 3. 

Reddish, Alexander, 112; Catherine, 112; 
Sarah, 112. 

Reed, Christopher, 176; Martha, 176. 

Reeve, Jane, 135; WiUiam, 135. 

Reeves, Anne, 157; George, 157. 

Reid, George, 81 ; Georgina Anne, 81 ; 
Louisa, 81. 

Re3Tiell, Lady Elizabeth Louisa, 117; 
Lieut. -General Sir Thomas, Bt., 117. 

Reynolds, Edward, 80; Hannah, 80. 

Richards, Mary, 102. 

Risdon, Elizabeth, 65 ; Philip, 65. 

Roberts, Anne, 114, 115; Charlotte, 115; 
Rev. Edward, 114, 115; Elizabeth, 114, 
115, 164; Gabriel, 114; Harriot, 164; 
Jane, 130 ; John, 130; Mary, 114; 
Philip, 115; Lieut. -Colonel PhiUp, 114; 
Richard, 1 15; Thomas Charles, 1 15; 
Wenman, 114; WiUiam, 115, 164; see 
also Coke. 



Robins, Thomas, 153. 

Robinson, Brooke, 152; Dorolhy, 53; 
Elizabeth, 163 ; John, 163 ; Katherine, 
171; Luke, 53; Margaret, 136; Thomas, 
136; WilMam, 171. 

Roljy, Anne, 72; Grace, 72; Robert, 72. 

Rochester (Bishop of), lOI. 

Roe, Dame Eleanor, 132 ; Sir Thomas, 

132- 
Roger, Jean, 96 ; Margaret, 96, 100 ; 

Rachel, 96. 
Rogers, Alice, 166. 
Rogersoii, Anne, 174; John, 174. 
Rogier, Marie, 160. 
Rokeby, Alexander, no; Elizabeth, 192, 

194 ; Emma, 194 ; Margaret, 1 10 ; 

Thomas, 192, 194; William, 194; Sir 

William, Bt., no. 
Rolfe, Dorothy, 1S3 ; Dorothy Mary, 183 ; 

Edmund, 1S3. 
Roper, Edward, 183 ; Eleanor, 123 ; 

Elizabeth, 1S3; Sir John, 123. 
Rothwell, Ann, 66; Richard, 66. 
Rous, Dame Elizabeth, III; Sir John, 

in ; Mary, in. 
Roycroft, Hannah, 175. 
Riicker, Fleminia Adelaide, 92 ; Henry, 

92 ; Herman, 92 ; James Morris, 92. 
Rudge, Edward, 57; Elizabeth, 57. 
Russell, John, 155; Rachel, Lady, 116. 



Sacheverel, Dorothy, 4 ; Helen, 44 ; 

Henry, 4, 44; Sir Henry, 4. 
Sadler, Anne, 4, loS; Anthony, 4; Ralph, 

loS: Sir Ralph, loS; Sir Thomas, loS. 
St. John, Eleanor, 128; Rev. John Francis 

Seymour, 82; Mary Anne, 82; Nicholas, 

128; Oliver, Baron, 192. 
St. Quintin, Elizabeth, 179; Sir Henry, 

Bt., 179; William, 179; Sir William, Bt., 

179. 
Salisbury (Bishop of ), loi. 
Salmon, Frances, 71. 
Salter, Sir Edward, 42; Mary, 42. 
Saltmarsh, Christopher, 16; Elizabeth, 15, 

16; Emma, 16; Phihp, 15, 16. 
Salusbury, .Sir Robert, Bt. , 104 ; Sarah, 

104; Thomas, 104. 
Sambrooke, Catherine, 181 ; Sir Jeremy, 

181 ; Dame Judith, iSl. 
Sanby, William, 127. 
Sandes, Elizabeth, 29; John, 29. 
Sandford, Anne, 21 ; Rev. Edward, 21 ; 

Humphry, 21; Mary, 21. 
Sandys, Alice, 6; William, Lord, 6. 
Saunders, Harriet, 92 ; Rev. James, 92 ; 

Joshua, 92 ; Margaret, 122 ; Mary 

Magdalen, 92; Thomas, 92, 122. 
Savage, Eli7.abeth, 185; John, 23; Sir 

John, 185 ; Susannah, 23. 
Saville, Alice, 29; Anne, 29; Sarah, 17; 

William, 29. 
Sawyer, George, 157; Katherine, 157. 
Saxby, Margaret, 122; William, 122. 



Sayeand Selc, Edward, Lord, 5; Eliz;ibelh, 
Lady, 3 ; Richard, Lord, 3 ; see also 
Edward Fiennes. 

Seignorel, .Margaret, 98 ; I'eter, 98. 

.Shackleton, Mary, 10. 

Shakerlev, Ann, 94; Margaret, 94; Peter, 

, 94- 

Sharpc, Anne, 156. 

.Shaw, Joseph, 7 ; Margaret, 7. 

Sheels, John, 159; Martha, 159. 

Sheldon, Lady Catherine, 158; John, 

158- 
She])pard, Dorothy, 146. 
Sheppardson, John, 46; I'hilippa, 46. 
Sherard or Sherrard, Abigail, Lady, 129; 

Bennet, Earl of Harborough, 135; 

Elizabeth, Countess of Harborough, 135 ; 

Frances, Countess of Harborough, 135; 

George, 191 ; Jane, 135 ; Lady Lucy, 

135 ; Margaret, Countess of Harl)orough, 

135; Margery, 191; .Sir I'hilip, 129; 

Robert, Earl of Harborough, 135; Rose, 

191 ; William, Lord, 129. 
Sherwin, Anne, 193; John, 193. 
Shoplin, Alice, 2. 

.Shuckburgh, Frances, 37 ; John, 37. 
Simpson, John, 159; Maria Susannah, 

159- 

Sitwell, Rev. Degge Wilmot, 35, 36 ; 
Edward Sacheverell Wilmot, 36 ; Lucy, 
36. 

Skeffington, .\lice, 126; John, 126; Mary, 
125; Thomas, 125; William, 125. 

Skeit, Catharine, 12; Richard, 12. 

Skene, George, 119; Mary, 119. 

Skinner, Bridget, 113; Cyriac, 113; Eliza- 
beth, 113; Dame Elizabeth, 25, 113; 
Sir Vincent, 25, I13; William, 113. 

Skipwith, Bridget, 127; Sir Henry, 130; 
Dame Jane, 130; Margaret, 130; Sir 
William, 127, 130. 

Slingsby, Barbara, 144 ; Dame Barbara, 
144; Elizabeth, 108; Sir Henry, 144; 
Sir Henry, Bt., 144; Sir William, 108. 

Slye, Alice, 61 ; James, 61. 

Smalley, Elizabeiti, 71 ; Nicholas, 71. 

Smith, .-Vbel, 40 ; Allan, 5 ; Anne, 183 ; 
Daniel, 13; Dorothy, 123, 127; Edward, 
196; Eleanor, 167; Elizabeth, 5, 149, 
167; Erasmus, 123; George, 167; 
Harriet, 13; Humphry, 116; Jane, 40, 
191, 195; John, 12, 123, 127, 149, 183, 
191 ; Lucy Maria, 120; Margaret, 123; 
^]argery, 12; .Mary, 185, 196; Richard, 
195; Robert, 127; Rev. Samuel Coleby, 
120; Susanna, 5; William, 185. 

Smyth, Frances, 23 ; Grace, 55 ; James, 
55; Joan, 32; John, 32, 184; Katherine, 
113 ; Lavinia, 55 ; Thomas, 32. 

Somerset, Charles, 69 ; IClizabeth, 69. 

Sonds, Ann, 42 ; Sir Richard, 42. 

Sorocold, Margaret, 7. 

Southwell, Mary, 68 ; Sir Richard, 68. 

Spencer, Elizabeth, 194 ; Jane, 109 ; 
Robert, rog ; William, 194. 



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Spooner, Abraham, 140, 141 ; Anna Maria 
Sidney, 143 ; Anne, 140, 143 ; Anne 
Jane, 142 ; Barbara, 140, 145 ; Barbara 
Anne, 141, 142; Bridget, 140; Charlotte, 
143 ; Charlotte Elizabeth, 142 ; Christiana, 
141; Eliza, 143; Elizabeth, 140, 141; 
Elizabeth Lucy, 141 ; Elizabeth Mary 
Agnes, 141; Elniina, 142; Frances, 142; 
Henry, 142 ; Henry Stewart, 142 ; 
Isaac, 140, 142; Rev. Isaac, 143, 145; 
John, 140; Rev. John, 143; Katherine, 
140; Martha, 140; Mary, 141; Richard, 
141, 143; Sarah, 140; Ursula, 140 ; 
Venule William, 143. 

Sprott, Anne, 149; Henry, 149. 

Stafford, Dame Elizabeth, 126 ; Sir 
Humphry, 126. 

de Stafford', Nigel, 68. 

Standish, Bridget, 187 ; Charles, 65 ; 
Christian, 65 ; Frances, 187 ; Ralph, 
1 87. 

Stanford, Frances, 24; Robert, 24. 

Stanhope, Elizabeth, 109; .Sir Michael, 
109. 

Stanley, Angel, 36 ; Margaret, 185 ; Sir 
William, 185. 

Stansfeld, David, 14; Ellen, 14; Nelly, 14. 

Stapleton, Anna Mary, 190 ; Failh, 45 ; 
Henry, 45; Miles, 190. 

Stapylton, Maria Juliana, 190; Thomas, 
19b. 

Starkey, John, 19; Sarah Anne, 19. 

Staveley, Anne, 45 ; Constance, 6 ; John, 6 ; 
William, 45. 

Stedman, Catherine, 87; Rev. Thomas, 87. 

Steen, Elizabeth, 150. 

Stell, Isabel, 12; John, 12. 

Stennitt, Jane, 196. 

Stephenson, Dorothy, 89; Thomas, 89. 

Stevenson, John, 17; Sarah, 17. 

Steward, Charles, 150; Dorothy, 1 50; 
Judith, 187; Sir Nicholas, 187. 

Stewart, Elmina, 142; James Law, 142. 

Stoddart, Charles, 176; Margaret, 176; 
Martha, 176. 

Stradling, Alice, 3 ; Anne, 3 ; Edward, 3 ; 
John, 3. 

Strange, Sir John, 37 ; Lucy, 37 ; Susanna, 

37- 

Strathmore, Thomas, Earl of, 159. 

Stratton, George, 82 ; Wilhelmina Sarah, 
82. 

Strickland, Anne, 180, l8l, 183 ; Dame 
Catherine, iSl ; Ceziah, 181 ; Charles, 
183 ; Charlotte, 183 ; Diana, 183 : 
Dorothy, 1S3 ; Elizabeth, 179, 180-184: 
Dame Elizabeth, 180-182; Dame Eliza- 
beth Letitia, 182; Frances, 179, 180, 
182, 184; Lady Frances, 179; Francis, 
183; George, 183; Sir George, Bt., 182: 
Dame Henrietta, 182 ; Henry Eustatius, 
1S4 ; Jane, iSo, 1S3 ; Juliana Sabina, 
184; Katherine, 1S3 ; Margaret, 179; 
Mary, 184; Milcah, 179, iSi; Nathaniel, 
182; Sarah, 184; Sophia Letitia, 184; 



Thomas, 180, 182; Sir Thomas, Bt., 
180; Ursula, 182; Walter, 179, 180, 
182-184; Sir Walter, 179; William, 179, 
183; Sir William, Bt., 179, 181, 182. 

Strickland - Standish, Anastasia, 190; 
Catherine, 190 ; Thomas, 190. 

Strong, Edward, 37 ; Susanna, 37. 

Studdy, Mrs., 39. 

Sullivan, Catharine, 117; Denis, 117. 

Sutton, Edward, Lord Dudley, 152; Joan, 
46 ; John, Lord Dudley, 68 ; Katherine, 
68. 

Swallow, Clement, 23 ; Mary, 23. 

Sydall, Eunice, 8. 

Syliard, Elizabeth, 171; Henry, 171. 



Talbot, Barbara, 144; Dame Barbara, 144; 

Elizabeth, 129; Frances, 129; Sir John, 

129, 144; Sharington, 129, 144. 
Tanfield, Bridget, 127; Francis, 127. 
Tarbeck, Katherine, 186; William, 186. 
Tasburgh, Henry, 189; Mary Clare, 189; 

Susanna, 189. 
Tash, Anne, 171. 

Tate, Katherine, 137; Zouch, 137. 
Taylor, Anne, 19, 21, 23, 54 ; Joseph, 19 ; 

Ralph, 23 ; Sarah, 2, 19 ; William, 2, 

54- 
Teasdale, Esther, 177; Thomas, 177. 
Tench, — , 95. 
Teush, Mary, 9. 
Thanet, Catharine, Countess of, 112; 

Nicholas, Earl of, 129 ; Thomas, Earl 

of, 112, 116. 
Thellusson, Anne, 160 ; Maria, 160 ; 

Peter, 160. 
Theobald, Ann, 106 ; Elizabeth, 106 ; 

John, 106 ; Mary, 106, 1 14 ; Thomas, 

106. 
Thomson, Penelope, 134; Richard, 134. 
Thorp, Mary, 78, 81 ; Thomas, 78, 81. 
Thory, Katherine, 171; Thomas, 171. 
Threlkeld, — , 15. 
Throckmorton, Dame Catherine, 127 ; 

Eleanor, 22; Sir George, 127; Margaret, 

127; Sir Thomas, 22. 
Tildesley, Ann, 1S6; Thomas, 186. 
Tipping, Sir George, 108; Mary, 108. 
Toke, Elizabeth, 51; Thomas, 51. 
Toplis, Elizabeth, 79 ; John, 79 ; Mary, 

79 ; Robert, 79. 
Torriano, Eleanor, 162 ; Sir John, 162. 
Towneley or Townley, Catherine, 97 ; 

Mary Anne Dorothy, 189; Richard, 1 87, 

1 89; Colonel Richard, 97. 
Trafford, Sir Edmund, 185 ; Elizabeth, 

73 ; Dame Elizabeth, 185 ; Margery, 

185; Phihp, 73. 
Trench, Samuel, 58; Susannah, 58. 
Tresham, Abigail, 129; Henry, 129; Sir 

William, 129. 
Trevor, Sir Thomas, Bt., 34, 35; Winifred, 

34- 
Trimnell, Catherine, 97; Rev. Charles, 97. 



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Tryce, Anne, 174; Richard, 174. 

Tucker, Elizabeth, 65 ; Waller, 65. 

Tufton, Dame Anne, 129; Catharine, 
Countess of Tlianet, 112; Sir John, Bt., 
129 ; Lady Margaret, 112, 116; Nichohis, 
Karl of Thanet, 129; Thomas, Earl of 
Thanet, 112, 116; Sir William, Bt., 129. 

Turner, John Ellis, 106; Susannah, 106. 

Turton, Anna, 147 : John, 147, 155 ; 
Margaret, 17; William, 17. 

Tyler, Elizabeth Lucy, 142; John, 142. 

Tyre, Edward, 191 ; ICatherine, 191. 

Tyrer, John, 59; Sarah, 59. 

Tyringhani, Francis, 133; Parnell, 133. 



Upperton, Christian, 166; John, 166. 
Uvedale, Sir Edward, 185 ; Dame Mary, 
185. 



Vanacker, Judith, 181; Nicholas, 181. 
Vandenanker, Martin, 43 ; Mary, 43. 
Vandeput, Jane, 92 ; Sir Peter, 92. 
Vansittart, George, 143. 
Yarey, Elizabeth, 177 ; Esther, 177 ; 

William, 177. 
Vaughan, Sarah, 103; Thomas, 103. 
Vaux, Catherine, 127; Nicholas, Lord, 127. 
Vavasour, Rev. ^Iarmaduke, 82 ; Mary 

Anne, 82 ; Penelope, 82. 
Vermuyden, Catherine, 49 ; Sir Cornelius, 

49 ; Dame Katherine, 49. 
Verney, Anne, 12S ; Lady Elizabeth, 

135 ; Elizabeth, Viscountess Fermanagh, 

133 ; John, Viscount Fermanagh, 133 ; 

Margaret, 133 ; Ralph, Earl, 135 ; Sir 

Ralph, 1 28. 
Villiers, Elizabeth, Viscountess Purbeck, 

108; Frances, Viscountess Purbeck, 108; 

George, Uuke of Buckingham, loS ; Sir 

John, Viscount Purbeck, 108. 
Vincent, Edward, 46 ; Elizabeth, 78, 80 ; 

Hannah, 80; Margery, 46; Rev. William, 

80. 
Von Marnix, Eliza, 180; Philip, 180. 



Wade, Catherine, 23 ; Roger, 23. 

Wager, Admiral Sir Charles, 96. 

Walcot, Barbara, 73 ; Elizabeth, 73 ; John, 

73- 

Waldby, Elizabeth, 184; William, 184. 

Waldegrave, Elizabeth, 109 ; Sir George, 
109 ; Dame Mary, 109. 

Waldron, Roger, 59. 

Walker, Elizabeth, 15; Isabel, 33; John, 
II, 88 ; Joseph, ig ; Mary, II ; Rachel, 
19; Sarah, 19: William, 15. 

Walliston, John, 22 ; Margery, 22. 

Walmesley, Eleanor Alathea, 189; Eliza- 
beth, 190; Richard, 189, 190; William 
Gerard, 190. 

Walpole, Lady Anne, 11 1, 115; Horatio, 
III. 



Walsingham, Elizabeth, 179; Sir Francis, 
179; Katharine, 68; Sir Thom.as, 68. 

Waller, Jane, 12. 

Walters, Martha, 13 ; Mary, 13 ; Thomas, 
1.3- 

Walwin, Bridget, 32; George, 32. 

Warburlon, Diime Elizabeth, 192 ; Sir 
George, Bt., 192; Jane, 112; John, 195; 
Mary, 192, 195; Thomas, 112. 

Ward or Warde, Barbara, 53 ; Constance, 
53: Dorothy, 72; Fresilina, 32: George, 
32 ; Margaret, 32 ; Thomas, 72 ; William, 

53. >5S- 
\\ ardour, .Sir Edward, 43; Jane, 43; 

William, 43. 
Wastneys, Sir Hardolph, 193. 
Waterford, Elizabeth, Marchioness of, 1 17; 

George, Marquess of, 117. 
Waterhouse, Grace Elizabeth, 15; John, 

IS- 
Walkins, Anne, 83; Phyllis, 149; Rev. 

Richard, 83. 
Watson, Daniel, 72 ; iNLiry, 72. 
Watts, Mary, 6 ; Richard, 6 ; Susannah, 

106. 
Weavers, Deborah, 105. 
Webb, Anne, 63 ; (ieorge, 63; Humphrey, 

169; Mary, 169. 
Wells, Winifred, 124. 
Wenman, Margaret, Viscountess, 128 ; 

Dame Margaret, 131; Penelope, 128; 

Thomas, Viscount, 128 ; Sir Thomas, 

131- 

Wentworth, Cicely, 179; Elizabeth, 179; 
Frances, 179; John, 179; John Cress- 
well, 134; Penelope, 134; Peter, 179. 

West, Cecilia, 35 ; Thomas, Lord 
Delawarr, 35. 

Western, Frances, 184; Maximilian, 184. 

Weston, Elizabeth, 54, 123 ; Sir Jerome, 
125; Dame Margery, 125; Mary, 125; 
Richard, 54, 123, 125 ; Wiburga, 

125- 
Wetherell, Charlotte, 143 ; Very Rev. 

Nathan, 143. 
Wharton, Lady Jane, 115; Lucy, 

Marchioness of, 115; Thomas, Marquess 

of, 115. 
Whatton, Catherine, 48 ; Elizabeth, 48 ; 

John, 48 ; Lucy, 49 ; William, 49. 
Wheatley, Anne, no; Anthony, no; 

Merriel, no. 
Wheeler, Helen, 59. 
Wheler, Abel, 41 ; Alice, 42, 43 : Anne, 32, 

42, 43 ; Anne .Sophia, 41 ; Ar.ibella, 35; 

Dame Arabella, 36, 40 : Beatrix, 42 ; 

Bridget, 32, 34 ; Catherine, 36, 41 ; 

Cecily, 37 ; Charles, 37, 41 ; Sir Charles, 

l*'-i 34i 35 ; J'^ev. Sir Charles, Bt., 37 ; 

Charlesjohn, 38 ; Charlotte, 38 ; Charlotte 

Sophia, 39 ; Dame Dorotliy, 34, 35 ; 

Dorothy Elizabeth, 37 ; Sir Ednmnd, 33, 

42 ; Edward, 37, 38 ; Edward Clalton, 

36-38 ; Eleanor, 33, 34, 36 ; Eliz.abeth, 

32-34, 40-43 ; Dame Elizabeth, 33, 42 ; 



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Frances, 32, 37, 43 ; Francis, 33, 37, 
40, 41; Admiral Sir Francis, 36, 40; 
Fresilina, 32 ; George, 32, 33 ; Gilbert, 
32 ; Hanbury, 42 : Harriet, 37 ; Dame 
Harriet, 37 ; Harriet Chichely, 38 ; 
Humphry, 33 ; Isabel, 33 ; Isabella, 38 ; 
James, 39 ; Jane, 39, 40, 43 ; Joan, 
32-34; John, 32, 34, 39, 43; Rev. John, 
39 ; Katherine, 43 ; Knightley, 36 ; Lucy, 
36, 39 ; Dame Lucy, 36, 37 ; Martha, 
32, 33; Mary, 32, 41-43". I'enelope, 

38, 39 ; Dame Penelope, 36 ; Richard, 
34, 42, 43 ; Robert, 41 ; Sally, 39 ; 
Sarah, 41 ; Sophia, 35, 39, 41 ; Susan, 
43 ; Susanna, 33 ; Teresa, 35 ; Dame 
Teresa, 35 ; Thomas, 34 ; Trevor, 35, 
36, 39; Sir Trevor, Bt., 35, 37; 
Sir Trevor Wood, Bt., 34, 35, 37, 38; 
William, 32, 34, 41, 43; Rev. William, 

39, 40; Sir William, Bt., 35, 36, 39. 
Whitaker, Alice, 1S4; Richard, 184. 
Whitehall, Alice, 43 ; Frances, 72 ; John, 

43. 72- 
Whitehouse, Ann, 27 ; John, 27. 
Whitter, Catherine, 51 ; John, 51. 
Widdrington, Hon'''* Edward, 35 ; Hon"" 

Elizabeth, 35 ; Henry, 178 ; Margaret, 

17S; Teresa, 35 ; William, Lord, 35. 
Wilberforce, Barbara, 145 ; Barbara Anne, 

141 ; William, 141, 145. 
Wilcockson, Dorothy, 79, 83 ; Elizabeth, 

79 ; John, 79, 83. 
Wilkes, Ann, 155 ; Elizabeth, 80 ; Joseph, 

80. 
Wilkinson, James, 14; Lydia, 14. 
Williamson, Adam, 172; Elizabeth, 172. 
Willinglon, Margery, 125 ; William, 125. 
Willmer, Elizabeth, 128 ; Sir William, 

128. 
Willoughby, Avarilla, 74 ; Cecile, 74 ; 

Jane Grammer, 74 ; Robert, 74. 
Wilmot, Dorothy, 71 ; Rev. Edward, 71 ; 

Louisa, 138; Dame Mary, 138; Sir 

Robert Meade, Bt., 138. 
Wilson, Elizabeth, 38, 167; Rev. George, 

98; Jane, 98; John, 61; Joshua, 18; 

Mary, 18, 61 ; Robert, 38 ; Simon, 

167. 
Winchester (Bishop of), loi. 
Winn, Dame Elizabeth Letitia, 182 ; Sir 

Rowland, Bt., 182 ; Dame Susanna, 

182. 
Winter, Edward, 68; Katherine, 68. 
Wise, Rev. John, 39 ; Lucy, 39 ; Matthew, 

39- 

Wodfall, Margaret, 188; William, 188. 
Wolferstan, Elizabeth, 75; Francis, 75. 



WoUaston, Althea Hyde, 162 ; Francis, 
162; Rev. Francis, 162; Maria Frances, 
162; Mary, 162. 

Wolseley, Dame Ellen, 70 ; Dame Grace, 
70 ; Sir Thomas, 70. 

Wood, Anne, 69; Mary, 90; Stephen, 90; 
Thomas, 69. 

Woodd, Alexander, 166, 168 ; Ann, 
167 ; Basil, 166-168, 169 ; Rev. Basil, 
169; Basil George, 170; Basil Thomas, 
170; Blanch, 166 ; Charles, 167, 169; 
Charles Basil, 170; Charles Henry 
Lardner, 1 70; Edward, 167, 170; 
Eleanor, 166-169; Elizabeth, 166-169; 
Esther, 166, 167 ; George, 168 ; 
George Basil, 168; Gertrude, 168; 
Hannah, 169; Hester, 166; Hugh 
Keate, 16S ; James, 169; Jane, 166, 
167, 170; John, 167, 168, 170; John 
Alexander, 170; Katherine, 166; Maria, 
170; Mary, 166, 167, 169, 170; Robert 
Ballard, 170; Sarah, 168; Susanna 
Martha, 170; Thomas, 167, 168, 170; 
William, 168: Winifred, 168. 

Woodford, Anne, 160 ; Matthew, 160 ; 
Sarah, 87. 

Woodhead, Joseph, 17; Sarah, 17. 

Woodrow, Lucy, 173; Thomas, 173. 

Woodyatt, Rev. Edward, 77 ; Louisa 
Georgiana Maria, 77. 

Woollett, Mary, 138; William, 138. 

Worcester (Bishop of), loi ; Rt. Rev. 
James Fleetwood, Bishop of, 156. 

Worfeild, Anne, 55 ; Thomas, 55. 

Worger, Christopher, 116. 

Worsey, Elizabeth, 28. 

Wright, Christopher, 113; Elizabeth, 113; 
Margaret, 10; Robert, 10. 

Wylkes, Clement, 152; Margaret, 152. 

Wynn or Wynne, Elizabeth, 76 ; Rev. 
Ellis, 76; Sir John, Bt., 131; Dame 
Margaret, 131. 

Wyrley, Elizabeth, 127; WiUiam, 127. 

Wyvil, Dame Cary, 113; Sir Marmaduke, 
Bt., 113. 

Yelverton, Barbara, 145 ; Barbara, 
Viscountess de Longueville, 144 ; Sir 
Christopher, III; Elizabeth, ill; 
Henry, Viscount de Longueville, 144 ; 
Sir Henry, Bt., 144; Susan, Lady Grey 
de Ruthin, 144. 

York (Archbishop of), loi. 

Zouch, Sir Edward, 30; Dame Eleanor, 30; 
Dame Ehzabeth, 30. 



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