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Families covered: Jones of Avebury, Jones-Brydges of Boultibrook, Jones of Cranmer, Jones of East Wickham, Jones of Fakenham
[We are not aware of any connection between the families shown below. They share the page for our convenience.]

Griffith Jones of Trewerne
1. James Jones of Kington, Herefordshire (Colonel)
  m(3). Mary Harford (d 1755, dau/coheir of Bridgstock Harford of Bosberry, m2. Edward Broughton)
  A. Harford Jones of Whittern, Herefordshire (b 1706, d 1744)
m. Elizabeth Brydges (dau of William Brydges of Old Colwall)
  i. Harford Jones of Presteign, Sheriff of Radnorshire (d 1798)
  m. Winifred Hooper (dau of Richard Hooper of Whittern)
  a. Sir Harford Jones, later Jones-Brydges, 1st Bart of Boultibrook (d 19.03.1847)
  m. (16.02.1796) Sarah Gott (dau of Sir Henry Gott of Newland Park, widow of Robert Whitcomb of Whittern)
  (1) Sir Harford James Jones-Brydges, 2nd Bart of Boultibrook (b 30.05.1808, dsp?)
  m. (10.10.1850) Mary Sarah Moberly (dau of Capt. John Moberly)
  (2) Sarah Laura Jones-Brydges (d 27.05.1863)
  m. (10.1822) John Lucy Scudamore of Kentchurch Court
  (3) Sarah Jones-Brydges
  m. (11.04.1833) George Bentham (son of Sir Samuel)



Evan Jones of Merston (vica of Portsea, Hampshire)
m. Anna (widow of Richard Holford, son of Sir Richard by Elizabeth, dau of Vice Admiral Sir Richard Stayner)
1. Arthur Jones of Avebury, Wiltshire (b 1710-1, d (unm?) 02.07.1789)
2. Thomas Jones of East Wickham, Kent
m. Martha Pelham (dau of Charles Pelham)
  A. Richard Stayner Jones (Lt. Colonel)
  m. Catherine Hester Reid (dau of Lt. Col. Arthur Reid by Anne, dau of Trevor Borrett (Barrett? ( Anne m2. Middleton Onslow))
  i. Richard Jones of East Wickham House (d 1875) had issue
  m. Ann Saunders (dau of Thomas Saunders (Consul in France))
  ii. Mary Jones
  m. (1818) Morgan Yeatman of Richmond
  iii. Ann Jones
  m. John Saunders
iv.+ other issue - Louisa, Catherine, Martha, Harriet
  B. John Jones of East Wickham (Lt. Colonel)
  m(1). _ Henning (dau of Lt. Col. _ Henning)
  i. Mildred Jones
  m. William Onslow (son of Middleton by Anne Borrett)
ii.+ other issue - John, Thomas, Pelham, Fanny, Eliza, Augusta, Maria, Sophia
  C. Anne Jones of Avebury
  m. Sir Adam Williamson (a 1795, Major General)
  D. Mary Jones
  m. _ Belford (Captain)
  E. Mildred Jones
  m. _ Warner (MD) ## see here ##
3. Nicholas Jones (d before 07.04.1766)
  A. Sarah Jones
  m. John William of London (grocer)
  B.+ other issue - Thomas, Richard, Mary
4. Ann Jones
  m. _ Cuthbert
  A.+ issue - George, Dorothy



BP1934 reports that "This family is of Welsh extraction, having been settled for many generations at Sunny Hill, in Carmarthenshire." The founder of the Norfolk branch was David, son of ...
Daniel Jones of Sunny Hill
m. Jane Williams (dau/heir of William Williams of Garrig Vechan)
1. David Jones of Fakenham, Norfolk (b c1678, d 07.12.1759, apothecary)
  m. (1702) Mary Sheldrake (b c1676, d 29.12.1733, dau/heir of Robert Sheldrake of Fakenham)
  A. Thomas Jones of Fakenham (b 1705, d 04.01.1769)
  m. (1732) Elizabeth Wace (b c1709, d 08.11.1774, dau/heir of Rev. Francis Wace of Blakeney (d 06.11.1721) by Elizabeth, (b 1674-5, d 03.07.1759) dau/coheir of Rev. Clement Heigham of Barrow (Rector of Sculthorpe) by Susan, dau of Luke Skippon)
  i. Thomas Jones of Fakenham
  a. Thomas Vere Jones (b 1765-6, d 27.05.1795)
  ii. David Jones of Fakenham
  m. Frances Adkin (dau of Thomas Adkin of Great Yarmouth
iii. John Jones of Fakenham of Languard Fort, Suffolk (b 18.11.1751, d 1806)
  m. (1780) Mary Roberts (dau of John Roberts)
  a. Sir John Thomas Jones of Cranmer Hall, 1st Bart (b 25.03.1783, d 26.02.1843, Major General) had issue
  m. (20.04.1816) Catherine Maria Lawrence (d 01.12.1859, dau of Effingham Lawrence of New York)
  b. George Matthew Jones (d unm 1831, Captain RN)
  c. William Daniel Jones (b 03.07.1787?, d 20.05.1857) had issue
  m. (18.02.1828) Elizabeth Smith (d 12.03.1859, dau of George Smith of Nottingham)
  d. Henry Taylor Jones (b 05.02.1790, d 06.06.1860) had issue
  m. (23.10.1828) Caroline Munster Wulff (d 04.06.1858, dau of Lt. General _ Wulff. widow of Sir Richard Hardinge, Bart)
  e. Sir Harry David Jones (b 14.03.1792, d 04.08.1866, Lt. General) had issue
m. (1824) Charlotte Hornsby (d 16.10.1880, dau of Rev. Thomas Hornsby of Ravenshorpe & Hoddesdon)
  f. Mary Anne Jones
  m. Michael Novosielski of Bath
  g. Eliza Heigham Wace Jones
  m. (George) Unett (Major)
  B. Daniel Jones 'of Sculthorpe' of Cranmer Hall (b c1708, d 10.1783)
  m. Elizabeth Halcott
  i. Matthew Jones of Cranmer Hall (b 1741-2, d 06.1808, Rector of Sculthorpe) who married ...
  m. Anne Hase (d 1830, dau of Edward Hase of Sall)
  ii. Daniel Jones of Fakenham, later of Cranmer Hall (b c1746, d 11.10.1820, solicitor)
  Daniel devised the Cranmer Estate to the above Sir John Thomas Jones.
  B. James Jones of Fakenham (b c1710, d 04.02.1770, surgeon)
  Carthew shows James and his family separately from other members of this family but, unless he was of a completely separate family, he must have been of this generation.
m. Ann Nonne (b 1809-10, d 08.03.1802, dau of John Nonne of Great Snoring)
  i. James Jones (2nd son)
  m. Elizabeth Martin (dau of Thomas Martin of Great Yarmouth by Elizabeth)
  a.+ issue - James Martin of Fakenham (a 1800), Elizabeth (b 1775-6, d 11.03.1800)
  ii. Catherine Jones
  m. Thomas Martin (Rector of Colkirk)
  iii.+ other issue - John of Fakenham (b 1734-5, d 03.05.1783, farmer), Anne Elizabeth (b 1743-4, d 15.04.1779)
  C. Jane Jones (b 1710-1, d 29.06.1788)
  m. Matthew Halcott of Hoe
  D. Frances Jones
  m. (01.1770) Thomas Elwin (son of Peter of Booton)
  E.+ other issue (d young?) - Nathaniel, Robert, Mary, Ann

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section (originally uploaded into a temporary page on 18.09.08, moved here 09.07.20) : BP1870 ('Brydges')
(2) For middle section (uploaded 09.07.20) : 'The Pedigree Register' (edited by George Sherwood, vol 1, No. 7 (December 1908), 'Jones', p199+)
(3) For lower section (uploaded 02.07.22) : BP1934 ('Jones of Cranmer Hall'), 'The Hundred of Launditch and Deanery of Brisley' (G.A. Carthew, 1877, Part 3, p382+)
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