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This section first uploaded 06.04.07.
Presumed to have descended from the Colviles of Newton Colvile, Isle of Ely, Cambridgeshire, was ...
Sir Robert Colvil of Newtown, Co. Down
m1. Rose Hill (dau of Francis Hill of Hill Hall) wife of Sir Robert, presumed mother of ...
1. Sir Robert Colville of Newtown
  m. Olivia St. George (dsp bur 29.01.1723/4, dau of Sir Oliver St. George, 1st Bart of Carrickdrumrusk) possibly 2nd wife of 'his father'
2. Hugh Colvile identified in TCP (Mountcashell) as son and heir of Sir Robert
  A. Robert Colville
  B. Alicia Colville (b c1700, d 10.08.1762) identified in TCP (Mountcashell) as sister and heir of Robert
  m. (21.11.1719) Stephen Moore of Kilworth, later 1st Viscount Mount Cashell (b c1695, d 26.02.1766)
3. Rose Colvile
  m. John Hawkins, later Hawkins-Magill of Gill Hall, Sheriff of co. Down (b 1675, d 05.09.1713, MP)
4. Elizabeth Colvile
  m. (1705) Sir Ralph Gore, 4th Bart of Manor Gore & Manor Hamilton (Chancellor of the Exchequer, Speaker of the House of Commons)



This section first uploaded 06.06.07, amended 22.06.22.
William Lamb of Farndish (Northamptonshire) & Farndish (Bedfordshire)
1. Judith Lamb (b 10.01.1724/5, d 03.12.1761)
  m. (20.07.1744) Sir Edward Noel, 6th Bart, 1st Viscount Wentworth of Wellesborough (b 30.08.1715, d 31.10.1774)
2. daughter
  m. Edward Smith of Coventry (physician)
  The continuation of the Smith family was originally shown here. It was moved to become a section of Smith33 on 22.06.22.



This section first uploaded 16.01.23.
Robert Richardson
m. Joyce Fitzherbert (dau/coheir of Nicholas Fitzherbert of Upton)
1. William Richardson (d 1608)
  A. Edward Richardson of Upton
  m. Grace Adderley (dau of Ralph Adderley of Coton)
  i. Robert Richardson (a 1641)
  m. Frances Bennet (dau of George Bennet of Queenborough)



This section first uploaded 17.01.23.
William Drake
BLG1847 provides 2 connections between the Palmer family, which is the subject of its article, and Sir Bernard Drake of Ash (d 1586) who is shown on the continuation as father of this William.
* The first connection is to Thomas Drake of Yardbury, identified as "great-grandson of Sir Bernard Drake, of Ash". We speculate that this William was grandfather of that Thomas.
* The second connection mentions this William and his "only child" Mary. That contradicts our speculation that William was grandfather of Thomas but BLG1847 notes that Mary was "a great favourite with" Queen Anne who r. 1702-1714, making the dates look wrong. Although there was a later Sir Bernard Drake (d 1687, great-great-grandson of the one just mentioned), he had just one daughter, Elizabeth (not Mary). We speculate that Mary was grandchild rather than child of this William which is perhaps still unlikely - but at least we keep the information provided by BLG1847, which is the main purpose of this section.
1. (William?) Drake
  A. Mary Drake (a temp Queen Anne who r. 1702-1714)
  m. William Wilkins of Chalfont
  i. Mary Wilkins ("only child")
  m. (1727) Rev. William Palmer (brother of Dorothea)
2. ?? Drake
  A. Thomas Drake of Yardbury
  m. Dorothea Palmer (dau of Rev. William Palmer)
  i. Francis Drake (rector of Uplime & Seaton)
  a. Francis Drake ("minister to many courts")
  ii. Clement Drake of Taunton
  a. Eliza Drake ("only child")
  m. (1809) Edward Jefferies Esdaile of Cothelston House



This section first uploaded 10.03.23.
Sir William Glover of London
1. William Glover (3rd son)
  m. Ann Meautis (dau of Thomas Meautis of Westham)
  A. Judith Glover
  m. Edward Brood of Dumlen Parke
  B. Sara Glover
  m. Thomas Coventry of Crome
  C. Anne Glover
  m. John Burnel of London
2. Elizabeth Glover
  m. Henry Meautis of Westham (a 1634)



This section first uploaded 12.03.23.
Thomas Atkins (Under-Sheriff of London)
m. Margaret Porter (dau of John Porter)
1. Margaret Atkins
  m1. Thomas Huys/Hewes (d 1558, Dr.)
  m2. Stephen Hadnall of Lauslevy or Lanslevy of Southamptonshire (Privy Concillor to Queen Mary)
  A. Mary Hadnall (eldest dau & coheir)
  m. Sir Francis Palmes of Ashwell & Lindley (Linley)
  m3. Richard Lewknor (Chief Justice of Chester)



This section first uploaded 25.03.23.
Ivo of Braybroke & Guthmondele = Ivo de Neufmarche of Braybrooke Castle
1. Emme
  m. Hugh Senlis
  A. Henry Senlis
2. Aubrey
  m. Ingebald
  Braybrooke Castle passed to their son who was known as 'de Braybrooke'.



This section first uploaded 25.03.23.
Richard Foliot
m. Margery (dau/heir of Richard de Reinbedcurt son of Guy de Reinbedcurt)
1. Richard Foliot
  m. _ Hastings (sister of William Hastings)
  A. Margery Foliot (heir)
  m. Gusicard Ledet of Wardon (d 1241, son of Christiana Ledet of Langton) = sWischard Ledet of Potton
  i. Christiana Ledet (d 1291-2)
  m1. (1222) Henry de Braybroke (grandson of Ingebald in the section above)
  m2. Gerard de Furnival

Main source(s):
(1) For Colvile of Newtown : cross-references from elsewhere in the database
(2) For Lamb : BLG1886 ('Smith of Aspley House'), Commoners (vol 2, 'Smith of Aspley House', p103+)
(3) For Richardson : 'History and Antiquities of the County of Leicester' (John Nichols, vol 4, part 2, 1811, 'Pedigree of Jakes of Whellesburgh and Fitzherbert of Upton', p964* (just before p963))
(4) For Drake : BLG1847 ('Palmer of Woodcourt')
(5) For Glover : Visitation (Essex, 1558, 'Meautis')
(6) For Atkins-Hadnall : information kindly provided by a regular contributor (CV, 11.03.23)
(7)/(8) For Neufmarche of Braybrooke Castle & Foliot : 'History and Antiquities of the County of Leicester' (John NichoÏs, vol 2, part 2, 1798, 'Pedigree of Latimer ...', p566)
[The section on Mylbourne has been absorbed by Milborne1; that on Sarson-Pinchbeck by PZmisc02.]
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