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Families covered: Fellowes of Eggesford, Fellowes of Ramsey Abbey, Fellowes of Shotesham Park

William Fellowes of London
m. Ann Worfield (dau of Thomas Worfield of Leigh)
1. William Fellowes of London
  m. (27.09.1653) Susannah Coulson (dau of William Coulson of Ayton Magna)
  A. William Fellowes of Eggesford (b 04.10.1660, d 19.01.1723-4, senior master in Chancery)
m. (08.10.1695) Mary Martin (d 28.12.1759, dau of Joseph Martin of London)
  i. Coulson Fellowes of Eggesford, Hampstead, Park Place and Ramsey Abbey (b 12.10.1696, d 23.02.1769)
  m. (20.04.1725) Urania Herbert (d 06.02.1779, dau of Francis Herbert of Oakley Park, sister of 1st Earl of Powis)
  a. William Fellowes of Ramsey Abbey and Nacton (d 04.02.1804)
  m. (17.05.1768) Lavinia Smyth (d 06.12.1827, dau of James Smyth of St. Audries)
(1) William Henry Fellowes of Ramsey Abbey and Haverland (b 15.07.1769, d 23.08.1837) had issue
  m. (23.08.1805) Emma Benyon (d 27.01.1862, dau of Richard Benyon of Englefield House)
  Their eldest surviving son was created Baron de Ramsay of Ramsey Abbey. Another son inherited Englefield House and assumed the name Benyon.
  (2) Edward Fellowes of Little Gidding (b 26.02.1772, dsp 21.10.1841, Vice Admiral)
  m. (30.03.1813) Hannah Elizabeth Benyon (d 05.10.1852, dau of Richard Benyon of Englefield House)
  (3) Frances Lavinia Fellowes (dsp 31.05.1837)
  m. John Mayo
  (4)+ other issue - James Herbert (b 25.02.1774, d Cateau 26.04.1794), Urania Margaretta (d unm 18.05.1846)
  b. Henry Arthur Fellowes of Eggesford (d unm 29.01.1792)
  c. Urania Fellowes (b 18.01.1742/3, d 29.01.1812)
  m. (27.08.1763) John Wallop, 2nd Earl of Portsmouth (b 29.06.1742, d 16.05.1797)
d.+ other issue (d unm) - Mary (d 12.07.1788), Dorotea (d 1744)
  ii. Martin Fellowes (b 20.07.1702, dsp 19.07.1731)
  m. Jane Clarke (d 1780)
  iii. William Fellowes of Shotesham Park (b 28.07.1705, d 30.01.1775)
  m. Elizabeth (d 02.08.1784)
  a. William Fellowes of Gay Bowers (b 1740, d 03.1778)
  m. Elizabeth Harris (d 1772, dau of Samuel Harris of London)
(1) Robert Fellowes (b 15.05.1770, 2nd son) had issue
  m1. Elizabeth Annabella Mackenzie (dau of Aeneas Mackenzie)
  m2. Sophia Parmenter (d 11.04.1836, dau of John Parmenter of Castle Hedingham)
  (2)+ other issue (d unm) - William (b 1766, d 1835), Elizabeth (d 1789), Dorothea (d 1820)
  b. Robert Fellowes of Shotesham (b 1742, d 08.04.1829)
  m. (17.12.1776) Ann Berney (d 21.02.1794, dau of John Berney of Bracon Hall)
  (1) Robert Fellowes of Shotesham Park (b 07.09.1779, d 14.04.1869) had issue
  m1. (13.01.1812) Sarah Williams (d 19.04.1814, dau of Rev. John Henry Williams of Wellesbourne)
  m2. (26.12.1815) Jane Louisa Sheldon (d 10.12.1871, dau of Ralph Sheldon of Weston)
  (2) Henry Fellowes (b 24.03.1783, d 23.02.1862) had issue
  m. (05.04.1811) Frances Frederick (d 28.04.1874, dau of Sir John Frederick, 5th Bart)
  (3) John Fellowes (b 02.07.1785, d 20.02.1838, vicar of Shotesham, 4th son) had issue
  m. (29/0.05.1811) Susan Lyon (d 14.10.1864, dau of Hon. Thomas Lyon of Hetton House)
(4) Susannah Fellowes (dsp 12.12.1870)
  m. (17.07.1833) Lee Thornton
  (5) Elizabeth Fellowes (d 08.08.1817)
  m. (23.10.1810) Rev. George Howes of Morningthorpe
  (6) Mary Fellowes (dsp 21.02.1855)
  m. Henry Finley Cubitt of Catfield (d 12.08.1848)
  (7)+ other issue - Edward (b 06.06.1784, d 09.09.1785), Arthur (08.02.1791, d 16.02.1791), Ann (d unm 03.1817), Dorothea (d unm 23.05.1803), Harriott (d unm 08.1819), Mary (d 02.12.1792)
  c. Arabella Coulson Fellowes (d young 1733-4)
  iv. Mary Fellowes (dsp 23/4.10.1768)
  m. Robert Eyre of Newhouse (dsps 15.12.1752)
  v.+ other issue - John (b 27.05.1712, d 30.06.1714), Dorothea (d unm 24.01.1747)
  B. Sir John Fellowes, Bart of Carshalton (b 1670, d unm 26.07.1724, 4th son)
  C. Ann Fellowes
  m1. Francis Monteith of Greenwich
  m2. John Mordaunt of Handerley
  D.+ other issue - Thomas (b 03.05.1663), George (b 02.11.1666, d unm 1732), Edward (b 1673, d unm 19.01.1730-1)

Main source(s): BP1934 (De Ramsey), BLG1952 (Fellowes of Shotesham Park)
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