'Sibthorp1'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Sibthorp (Waldo-Sibthorp) of Canwick Hall, Sibthorp of Laneham

BLG1863 reports that "The name of Sibthorp, sometimes spelt Sybthorp, Sibethorp, &c., is pure Saxon, Sib signifying peaceful or quiet, and thorp a village."
Robert de Sibthorp (a temp William the Conqueror who r. 1066-1087)
1. Robert de Sibetorpe
  A. Ralph de Sibthorp
  i. Robert de Sibthorp (a temp Richard I (who r. 1189-1199), dsp)
  ii. Ralph de Sibthorp
  a. William de Sibthorp
  (1) William de Sibthorpe
  (A) Simon de Sibthorpe
m. Margaret
  (i) William de Sibthorpe
  m. Cecilia
  (a) William de Sibthorpe
  ((1)) William de Sibthorp of Laneham, Nottinghamshire (a 1426)
  Thoroton ends with this William who is mentioned by BLG1863 which identifies the undermentioned Hugo, son of Robert, as his "collateral descendant".
  ((A)) ?? Sibthorp
  Uncertain on number of intervening generations.
  ((i)) ?? Sibthorp
  ((a)) Robert Sibthorp of Laneham - continued below
  (ii)+ other issue - Reginald (clerk), John (clerk)
  (2) Hugo de Sibthorpe



Robert Sibthorp of Laneham - continued above
1. Hugo Sibthorp of Laneham
  A. John Sibthorp (bpt 27.02.1546)
  m. (28.11.1578) Rosamond Bellamy
  i. Gervase Sibthorp of Laneham (bpt 10.09.1584)
  m. (1612) Maria Bellamy (of the family of Radford)
  a. Gervase Sibthorp of Laneham, later of East Wyham then of Lincoln (d 1704!)
m. (1667) Judith Riggall (dau/heir of Mark Riggall of South Summercotes, widow of William Marshall (MP for Lincoln))
  (1) John Sibthorp of Lincoln (d 1718, MP)
  m. (1702) Mary Browne (b c1675, d 1743, dau/coheir of Humphry Browne (by Catherine, dau of Thomas Williams of Glan-y-Gors in Anglesey by Elizabeth, dau of Thomas Coningsby of Potterells), sister/heir of Gilbert of North Mymms)
  (A) Coningsby Sibthorp of Canwick Hall, Sheriff of Lincolnshire (b 1708, d unm 1788, MP, Colonel)
(B) Humphry Sibthorp (b 1710-1, d 17.05.1797, professor of Botany at Oxford)
  m1. (1740) Sarah Waldo (d 01.08.1753, dau/coheir of Isaac Waldo of Streatham)
  (i) Humphry Sibthorp, later Waldo-Sibthorp (b 03.10.1744, d 25.04.1815, MP, Colonel, 2nd son)
  m. (23.07.1777) Susannah Ellison (d 12.05.1826, dau of Richard Ellison of Thorne & Sudbrooke Holme)
(a) Coningsby Waldo Sibthorp, later Waldo-Sibthorp (b 1781, d unm 09.03.1822, MP, Lt. Colonel)
  (b) Charles De Laet Sibthorp, later Waldo-Sibthorp of Canwick Hall (b 14.02.1783, d 14.12.1855, MP) had issue
  m. (21.02.1812) Maria Tottenham (dau/coheir of Ponstonby Tottenham of co. Wexford, cousin of Sir Charles Tottenham-Ely, 1st Marquis of Ely)
  (c) Humphry Sibthorp (b 1786, dspms, Rector of Washingbro', 4th son) had issue
  m. (1818) Mary Esther Ellison (dau of Henry Ellison of Thorne, Beverley & Sudbrooke Holme, cousin)
  (d) Mary Esther Sibthorp (b c1778, d 09.05.1861)
m. (1801) John Hawkins of Bignor Park (brother of Sir Christopher, Bart)
  (e)+ other issue - Henry Walker John (b 1784, d 14.02.1807, RN), Gervase (D infant), Richard (b 1792, cleric)
  (ii) Mary Elizabeth Sibthorp (b 27.10.1743, d 1820)
  m. Sir Thomas Sewell (Master of the Rolls)
  (iii) Sarah Sibthorp (b 30.05.1748, d 1818)
  m. (31.12.1768) Montagu Cholmeley of Easton Hall
  (iv)+ other issue - Coningsby Isaac (b 02.10.1742, d 1763), Gervase Edward (b 28.01.1750, d 20.07.1763), Charlotte Esther (b 19.10.1749, d unm)
  m2. (1757) Elizabeth Gibbes (b 1727, d 1780, dau/heir of John Gibbes of Instow)
  (vii) John Sibthorp (d unm 1796, professor of Botany at Oxford, author)
  (C)+ other issue
  (2) Gervase Sibthorp (dsp 1744, Captain, youngest son)
  m. Anne de Ronay ("a Dutch lady")
  (3)+ other issue (dsp) - Robert (d 1717), Thomas
  ii.+ other issue including William (bpt 07.01.1592)
  B. William Sibthorp (bpt 12.04.1549)
  m. (047.05.1575) Elizabeth Bellamy
  i.+ issue - William (bpt 28.03.15*0), others (d young)
  C.+ other issue

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section : 'History of Nottinghamshire' (John Thoroton, vol 1, 1797, p329)
(2) For lower section : BLG1863 ('Sibthorp of Sibthorp and Laneham, Notts, now of Canwick Hall, near Lincoln, and Potterells, Herts.')
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