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This section first uploaded 27.10.09, reviewed 14.12.21.
MGH, used for the next section, reports that "The Vanakers, Baronets, (were) orginally from Belle near Ypres, bore (the following arms): Or, on a bead gules thre cinquefoils argent".
John Vanacker of London (d before 1645)
1. Nicholas Vanacker of Erith, Kent (d before 10.05.1669)
  m. Susanna Butler (dau of James Butler of Amberley Castle)
  A. Francis Vanacker of Erith (b c1648, dsp 13.12.1686)
  B. James Vanacker (d unm)
  C. Sir Nicholas Vanacker of London, 1st Bart (b c1651, dsp bur 19.01.1701/2, Turkey merchant)
  By specal remainder, Sir Nicholas left his baronetcy to his brother (John) then to (the male heirs of) his brother-in-law, Jeremy Sambrooke.
  D. Sir John Vanacker of London, 2nd Bart (dsp 1bur 24.03.1710/1, Turkey merchant)
  E. Susanna Vanacker (b c1655, d 06.07.1683)
  m. (23.04.1671) Sir William Hedges
  Erith passed to their eldest son but it appears that he (and both his brothers) dsp.
  F. Judith Vanacker
  m. Sir Jeremy Sambrooke of Bushill (d 27.04.1705) @@ below
2. Prudence Vanacker
  m. James Butler of London



This section first uploaded 31.07.21.
MGH identifies the "Arms of Van der Ackere or Vanaker of Flanders (as) D'argent au chevron de geules; au chef d'azure chargé de 3 épis d'or".
Gerard Vanacker of Antwerp & London (a 1580, 1594)
1. Jossynken (Joyce) Vanacker (d before 04.11.1625)
  m. Zegher Corsellis of Rouselain (Flanders) & London
2. Anne Vanacker (bur 21.01.1646 (d 07.01.1646/7))
  m1. (03.05.1614) Jacob Wittewronghele or Wittewrong of London (d 05.07.1622)
  m2. (18.12.1643) Sir Thomas Middleton, Lord Mayor of London



This section first uploaded 27.10.09.
Sir Jeremy Sambrooke of Bushill, Middlesex (d 27.04.1705)
m. Judith Vanacker (sister/heir of Sir Nicholas Vanacker, 1st Bart) @@ above
1. Sir Samuel Vanacker Sambrooke, 3rd Bart (d 27.12.1714)
  Samuel inherited the baronetcy of his maternal uncle.
  m. Elizabeth Wright (dau of Sir Nathan Wright, Lord Keeper)
A. Sir Jeremy Sambrooke of Bushill, 4th Bart (d unm 05.07.1749)
  B. Elizabeth Sambrooke
  m. Charles Wake-Jones of Waltham Abbey (dsp 22.03.1739-40)
  C. Judith Sambrooke
  m. John Crawley of Bedfordshire (MP)
  D. Susan Sambrooke
2. Sir Jeremy Sambrooke of Gubbins, 5th Bart (d unm 04.10.1754)
3. John Sambrooke (d 19.05.1734)
  m. Elizabeth Forester (dau of Sir William Forester)
  A. Elizabeth Sambroke (b c1726, d 20.12.1802) apparently of this generation
  m. (02.07.1748) John Bateman, 2nd Viscount Bateman (b 04.1721, dsp 02.03.1802)
  B. Diana Sambrooke (b c1731, d 15.01.1778) apparently of this generation
  m. (03.09.1754) George Sackville, later Germain, 1st Viscount Sackville of Drayton (b 26.01.1715-6, d 26.08.1785)
4. Susanna Sambrooke
  m. John Freeman of Fawley Court
5. Catherine Sambrooke
  m. Sir William Strickland, Bart (d 01.09.1735)
6. Hannah Sambrooke
  m. John Gore
7.+ other issue - Mary (d unm), Judith, Elizabeth



This section first uploaded 30.10.09.
Robert Harland of Highgate, later of Sproughton in Suffolk (Captain RN)
m. _ Clyatt (d 1716)
1. Sir Robert Harland of Sproughton Hall & Belstead, 1st Bart (d 21.02.1784, Admiral)
  m1. (sp) _ Murlow of Ipswich
  m2. (1749) _ Reynolds (dau of Col. Rowland Reynolds of London by dau/heir of Col. John Duncome)
  A. Sir Robert Harland, 2nd Bart of Sproughton Hall (b 1765)
  m. (05.1801) Arethusa Vernon (dsp, dau of Henry Vernon of Great Thurlow)
  B. Frances Harland (b 1752, d 10.1777)
  m. (06.1777) Count Edward Dillon
  C. Marianne Dorothy Harland (b 1759, d 28.10.1785)
  m. (09.1783) William Dalrymple (Maj. General, brother of Earl of Stair)
  D. Susanna Edith Harland (b 1763)
  m. (03.1785) Sir William Rowley of Tendering Hall, Bart
2. Frances Harland (b 1713, dsp c08.1763)
  m1. (Jonn) Ellis of Cotton
  m2. Sir William Gage of Hengrave
3. Edith Harland (b 1714, dsp)
  m. _ Leddeard
4. Anne Harland (b 1716, d infant)



This section first uploaded 30.10.09.
Philip Harland of Sutton Hall, Yorkshire
1. Anne Harland (d 24.06.1826, heir)
  m1. Harry Goodricke (dsp 1801, prebendary of York)
  m2. (1802) Sir Charles Hoar, later Harland, Bart of Sutton Hall (dsp 1810) @@ below



This section first uploaded 30.10.09.
William Hoar 'of Limehouse' (b c1680, d 1739)
m. Martha Baker
1. George Hoar of Middleton St. George, Durham (Keeper of the Regalia)
  m. (01.01.1750) Frances Sleigh (dau of William Sleigh of Stockton-upon-Tees by Mary, dau of Charles Bathurst of Clintz & Arkdendale)
  A. William Hoar, later Harland (d 12.1834)
  m. (30.11.1780) Anne Wilkinson (dau of John Wilkinson of Stockton-upon-Tees)
i. William Charles Harland of Sutton Hall, Yorkshire (b 25.01.1804)
  m. (17.05.1827) Catherine Shafto (dau of Robert Eden Duncombe Shafto of Whitworth Park by Catherine, dau of Sir John Eden, Bart of Windestone Hall)
  B. George Hoar of Twyford Lodge, Hampshire
  m. (div) Elizabeth Cooke
  C. Sir Charles Hoar, later Harland, Bart of Sutton Hall (dsp 1810)
  m. (1802) Anne Harland (d 24.06.1826, dau/heir of Philip Harland of Sutton Hall, widow of Goodricke) @@ below
  D. Thomas Hoar, later Bertie (Admiral)
  m. (20.05.1788) Katherine Dorothy Bertie (dau of Peregrine Bertie of Low Layton)
  E. Ralph Hoar of Bath
  m. (21.06.1788) Elizabeth Bertie (dau of Peregrine Bertie of Low Layton)
  F. Mary Hoar
  m. (08.01.1785) Richard Mark Dickens (Colonel)
  G. Frances Hoar
2. Martha Hoar
  m. Thomas Davison of Blakiston
3. Susanna Hoar
  m. Joseph Butler (rector of Shadwell, prebendary of St. Paul's)



This section first uploaded 13.11.09.
William Bozun
m. Margaret
1. Margaret Bozun
  m. William Burgoyne
2. Goosith (Judith or Goditha) Bozun
  m. Robert Olney
  Visitation suggests that Robert was alive temp Henry 7 (who r. 1485-1509), which would have been inconsistent with the connection but then shows that Judith's great-grandnephew d 20H7 which would suggest that "Henry 7" was wrong (sb Henry 5 or 6? which would not be inconsistent with the connection).



This section first uploaded 10.09.20.
Visitation identifies the arms of this family as "Argent two bars between six leopards' faces, three, two, and one Gules". Visitation spells the family name as Musket. We follow 'Evidences' in seplling the name with 2 Ts.
Richard Muskett of Haughley, Suffolk
m. Joane Abell (dau of William Abell)
1. Henry Muskett of Harleston Parva, Suffolk (bur 1595)
  m1. Anne Keble (dau of John Keble)
  A. Richard Muskett 'of Harleston Parva' (d before 13.09.1627)
  m. Mary Cooke (dau of William Cooke of Withersfield)
  i.+ issue - Thomas (dvp br 1620), Henry
  m2. Joan Sharpe of London
  The following comes from 'Evidences of the Winthrops of Groton' (Robert C. Winthrop Jr., 1897, 'Sharpe of Islington, co. Middlesex', p41).
  B. Henry Muskett of Fritton, Suffolk (dsp before 24.04.1613)
  m. Catherine Claxton (dau of Hammon Claxton of Norwich, widow of Nicholas Thurston, m3. Robert Brend of Norfolk)
  C. Grace Muskett
  m. (c09.1582) Thomas Betts of Wetheren
  D. Alice Muskett
  m. (19.12.1588) John Bullen
  E.+ other issue - Joan, Dorothe

Main source(s):
(1) For Vanacker of London & Erith : BEB1841 (Vanacker of London), TCB (vol 4, 'Vanacker of London', p184)
(2) For Vanacker of Antwerp & London : MGH (NS4 vol 2 1908), 'Pedigree of Wittewronge of Ghent in Flanders, Stanton Barry (Bucks) ...', p9)
(3) For Sambrooke of Bushill : BEB1841 (Vanacker of London)
(4) For Harland of Sproughton : Metham's 'Baronetage of England' (vol 3, 1803, Harland of Sproughton), DBART1839 (Harland of Sproughton), BP1832 (Harland)
(5) For Harland of Sutton Hall : cross-references from elsewhere in the database
(6) For Hoar : Commoners (vol 3, Harland of Sutton Hall), BEB1841 (Harland of Sutton Hall)
(7) For Bozon : Visitation (Cambridgeshire, 1575+1619, Burgoyne)
(8) For Muskett : Visitation (Metcalfe, Suffolk, 1577, 'Musket of Harleston') with input as reportred above
[The section on Olney of Weston has been absorbed by Olney1; that on Smith of Tedworth has been moved to Smith28.]
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