'Crispe2'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Cripps (Crispe) of Circencester

BP1934 reports that the following Richard was "probably of the family of Crispe, long settled at Copcott, co. Oxford, but originally from Stanlake in the same county, where William Crispe was living in 1207". This suggests that he was a kinsman of Richard Crispe of Copcott (## see here ##).
Richard Crispe of Cirencester, Gloucestershire (d c1575)
m. Alice
1. Edward Cripps of Circencester (bur 1618)
  m. Jane (d 1626)
  A. John Cripps of Circencester (a 1643)
  m. Margery (d 1666)
  i. John Cripps of Circencester (a 1618, d 1696)
m. (1648) Mary Brown (d 1695)
  a. John Cripps of Circencester (bpt 1657, dvp bur 1695)
  m. Susanna (d 1750)
  (1) John Cripps of Circencester (b 1691, d 30.08.1769)
  m. (21.04.1720) Dorothea Harrison (d 1757, dau of Rev. Joseph Harrison of Cirencester & Daglingworth)
  (A) John Cripps of Circencester (b 1722) had issue (extinct in 1830)
  (B) Joseph Cripps of Circencester (b 07.02.1729, d 28.05.1782)
m. Hester Hall (dau of William Hall of Arlington)
  (i) Joseph Cripps of Circencester (b 10.03.1765, d 08.01.1847, MP)
  m1. (27.04.1786) Elizabeth Harrison (d 15.04.1799, dau of Benjamin Harrison of Lee)
  (a) Henry Cripps (b 1787, d 07.11.1861, Rector of Preston All Saints, Vicar of Stonehouse, 2nd son) had issue
  m. (07.07.1812) Judith Lawrence (dau of William Lawrence of Cirencester, sister of Sir William, 1st Bart)
One of their grandsons, (Charles) Alfred, MP, was created Baron Parmoor in 1914.
  (b)+ 2 sons + 2 daughters
  m2. (01.10.1801) Dorothea Harrison (sister of Elizabeth)
  (f) William Cripps of Circencester (b 01.01.1805, d 11.05.1848, MP) had issue
  William is shown in BLG1952 ('Cripps of Ampney Park').
  m. (29.01.1839) Mary Ann Harrison (d 26.12.1891, dau of Benjamin Harrison of Clapham Common)
  (g)+ 4 sons + 3 daughters

Main source(s): BP1934 ('Parmoor')
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