'Pitfield1'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Pitfeild (Pitfield) of Alvington, Pitfield of Hoxton

Foster identifies the arms of this family as "Azure, a bend engrailed between two swans argent, ducally collared and chained or".
Robert Pitfeild of Alington (Athlington), Dorset
1. John Pitfeild of Alvington (sic) (7th son)
  m. Ann Zouch (dau of Charles Zouch, brother of Lord Edward)
  A. Sir Charles Pitfeild (Pitfield) of Hoxton, Middlesex (bur 24.10.1680) the first mentioned by The Genealogist
m1. Winifred Adderley (dau/coheir of John Adderley of Cotton)
  i. Alexander Pitfield of Hoxton (b 14.04.1659, d 19.10.1728, 2nd son)
  m1. (20.04.1680) Elizabeth Waller (b c1663, dau of Richard Waller of London by Mary More)
  a. Charles Pitfield 'of Hoxton' (dvp 1714)
m. Elizabeth Walden (dau of Lionel Walden of Huntingdon, son/heir of Sir Lionel, m2. Thomas Touchet (brother of Earl of Castlehaven))
  (1) Charles Pitfield of Hoxton (d 06.08.1740)
  m. Dorothy Ashley (b 1722, d 08.11.1761, dau of Solomon Ashley)
  (A) Winifred Pitfield (b 10.11.1738, bur 25.01.1741/2)
  (B) Mary Pitfield (b c1739, bur 12.08.1807)
  m. (27.04.1756) Humphrey Sturt of Critchill (d 20.10.1786, MP)
  (2) Elizabeth Pitfield (1738)
  m. (sp) Edward Bigland of Long Whatton
  b. Winifred Pitfield (d 23.01.1753)
  m. (25.06.1719) Solomon Ashley of London & Ashby St. Ledger's (bur 26.02.1775, MP)
  c. Elizabeth Pitfield
  m. (sp) Sir Thomas Clarke of Brickendonbury (d before 07.02.1755, son/heir of Sir Edward (alderman of London))
  m2. (sp) Dorothy Boone (d c08.1701, dau of Thomas Boone of Mount Boone, sister/coheir of Charles of Mount Boone, widow of Robert Bodington of London
  ii+. other issue - Henry (b 02.06.1655, d before 15.04.1680), Marina/Maryanne (b c29.06.1656, bur 1673)
  m2.(02.10.1676, sp) Mary Allanson (d 25.12.1674, dau of Edmond Allanson, widow of James Fortrye of Northfleet)

Main source(s): 'The Genealogist' (vol 1, 1877, 'Sir Charles Pitfield', p40+) with a little input from Visitation (Foster, Middlesex, 1663, 'Pitfield of Hoxton')
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