'Wagstaffe1'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Wagstaffe of Harberie (Harbury), Wagstaff of Hasland, Wagstaffe of Tachbrook (Tachbroke)
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Thomas Wagstaffe of Harberie, Warwickshire
1. Henry Wagstaffe of Harberie (Harbury)
  A. ?? Wagstaffe presumed intermediary generation
  i. ?? Wagstaffe of Harbury
  ii. Edward Wagstaffe possibly of this generation
  a. Ann Wagstaffe
  m. John Rugeley of Dunton (b c1632, a 1682)
2. Thomas Wagstaffe
  m1. Anna Venour (dau of Richard Venour of Warwickshire)
  A. Timothy Wagstaffe of Tachbroke Mallory, Warwickshire (d 12.1625, of the Middle Temple)
  m. Elizabeth Fulwer (dau of Nicholas Fulwer or Fulwar (or Fuller) of Chamberhouse)
  i. Thomas Wagstaffe of Tachbroke Mallory (b 1614-5)
  m. Mary Combe (d 03.03.1686-7, dau/coheir of John Combe or Combs of Stratford-upon-Avon, m2. John Rous (son of Sir John of Worcester))
a. Sir Combe Wagstaffe of Tachbrook (Tachbroke) (d unm 1668)
  b. Mary Wagstaffe (d 07.06.1696/1706)
  m. Sir John Crew of Utkinton (dsp 1711)
  ii. John Wagstaffe (b c1618, d 04.06.1681, 3rd son (shown by Le Neve as 2nd son))
  m. (Alice) Staunton (or Stinton) of Wolverton (d 04.11.1681)
  a. Sir Thomas Wagstaffe of Tachbrook, Sheriff of Warwickshire (b 1633, d 22.01.1708-9, MP)
  m. (09.09.1676) Frances Samwell (d 1706, dau of Richard Samwell of Upton North'ton. sister of Sir Thomas of Geyton, Bart)
  (1) Frances Wagstaffe (d 1714)
  m1. (15.04.1697) Sir Edward Bagot of Blithfield, Bart (d 05.1712)
  m2. Sir Adolphus Oughton, Bart (dsp)
  iii.+ other issue -Timothy (b c1616), Elizabeth, Anna, Abigaill (dsp by 1619)
  m2. Gertrude Broome (dau of Robert (sb Ralph) Broome of Woodlow)



Anthony Wagstaff of Hasland Hall, Derbyshire
m. Elizabeth Wray (dau (sb granddau?) of William Wray of Richmond)
1. John Wagstaff
2. Anthony Wagstaff of London (a 1634)
  m. Elizabeth Foulke (dau of John Foulke of London)
  A.+ issue (a 1664) - John, Anthony
  Possibly the daughter/heir of one of the above was ...
  i. Elizabeth Wagstaffe
  m. John Wagstaffe of Derby
  a. Mary Wagstafffe
  m. Humphry Pegge of Osmaston (b c1673, dsp(s) 1711)
Presumably connected to the above were the following Henry & Helen. We speculate that the connection was in this generation.
3. ?? Wagstaffe
  A. Henry Wagstaffe of Hasland
  B. Helen Wagstaffe sister of Henry
  m. Humphrey Maddison of Alvingham Abbey (b 1601, d 19.01.1671-2)

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section : Visitation (Warwickshire, 1619, 'Wagstaff'), Le Neve's Knights ('Wagstaffe', p97) with support from VCH (Warwickshire, vol 5, 'Parishes: Bishop's Tachbrook')
(2) For lower section : Visitation (London, 1634, 'Wagstaffe')
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