'MZmisc03'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Moels of Cadbury, Moels of Moels, Mortimer of Somerset, Mortimer of Toppinghohall, Martival of Noseley, Marlott of Itchingfield, Marlott of Mundham

Nicholas de Moels of Watlington and Cadbury, Sheriff of Hampshire then Yorkshire then Kent (d after 1264)
m. Hawyse de Newmarch (dau of James de Newmarch)
1. James de Moels (dvpsp before 17.03.1252/3)
2. Roger de Moels of Cadbury (d 1294)
  m. Alice (dau of William de Preux)
  A. John de Moels of Cadbury, 1st Lord (d 20.05.1310)
  m. (by 1302) Maud Grey
i. Nicholas de Moels, 2nd Lord (dsp before 29.01.1315/6)
  m. (before 02.1312/3) Margaret Courtenay (d 18.03.1348/9, dau of Sir Hugh de Courtenay, Lord of Okehampton)
  ii. Roger de Moels, 3rd Lord (d unm before 13.07.1316)
  iii. Sir John de Moels, 4th Lord (d before 21.08.1337)
  m. Joan Lovel (dau of Sir Richard Lovel of Castle Cary)
  a. Muriel de Moels (b c1322)
  m. Thomas Courtenay of Southpole (d c1363)
  b. Isabel de Moels (b 31.05.1326)
  m. William de Botreaux of Boscastle, Sheriff of Cornwall (d 22.07.1349)
  B. Johanna Moels possibly fits here
  m. John Wotton of Widworthy
  i. John Wotton of Widworthy
  m. Engaret Dymock (dau/heir of Walter Dymock)
  a. Alice Wotton (coheir)
  m. (Sir) John Chichester of Donwer (b c1385, d 14.12.1437)
3. Maud (?) de Moels
  m. Richard de Lorti
4. Agnes de Moels
  m. (sp) William de Braose, Lord of Bramber & Gower (d c01.1290/1)



Mark Mortimer ("lost a considerable estate in Somerset by inundations of the sea")
1. Mark Mortimer
  m. Abigail Walmesley of Blackmore
  A. John Mortimer 'of Somerset' of London then Goughs Hall (Hertfordshire) & Toppinghohall (Essex)
  m1. Dorothy Cromwell (b 01.08.1660, dsp 14.05.1681, dau of Richard Cromwell, the Protector)
  m2. Blanch (or Sarah) Tippers (dau of Sir James (John?) Tippets)
  i.+ issue - John (d young), Margaret
  m3. (1690) Elizabeth Sanders (b 18.09.1673, dau of Samuel Sanders of Little Ireton by Margaret, dau of Eure Armine of Osgodby by Cecilia)
  iii. Samuel Mortimer of Toppinghohall (b 27.06.1691)
  iv. Cromwell Mortimer of Toppinghohall (d 07.01.1752, Secretary to the Royal Society)
  a. Hans Winthrop Mortimer of Toppinghohall then Cawldthorpe (d 1807?, of Lincoln's Inn, MP)
  v. Thomas Mortimer
  a. Thomas Mortimer (a 1763)
  vi.+ other issue - John, Elizabeth, Anne



Ankitel de Martival of Noseley, Sheriff of Leicestershire (a 1250, 1258)
m. Agnes
1. Sir Ankitel de Martival of Noseley (d 1278)
  A. Roger de Martival of Noseley,Bishop of Sarum (a 1329, dsp
  B. Joyce de Martival (a 1329)
  m. Sir Robert Sadington of Sadington (a 1347)
  i. Isabel Sadington (heir)
  m. (c1352) Ralph Hastings (d 1398)
2. Ralph de Martival of Haloughton (a 1274)
  A.+ issue - William, Fulk



(1) It appears that the following family's name was sometimes shown as Merlot.
(2) Elwes supported by Berry, identifies the arms of this family as "Gules, 3 mullets or, in chief, a label of as many points".
William Marlott (a 1378)
1. William Marlott of Itchingfield, Sussex (a 1378, 1427?)
  m. Eleanor possibly parents of ...
  A. ?? Marlott
  Not certain of number of intervening generations.
  i. ?? Marlott the first mentioned by Berry
  a. John Marlott of Itchingfield (dspms?)
  b. Thomas Marlott of Mundham & Itchingfield (d 1601)
m1. ??
  (1) Thomas Marlott of Mundham
  m. Rose Revett (dau of William Fevett of Rowston)
  (A) Thomas Marlott of Mundham (a 1634)
  m. Fayth Killingworth (dau of John Killingworth of London)
  (i)+ issue (a 1634) - William (b c1621), Thomas (b c1625), Margaret, Fayth, Elizabeth
  (2) Nicholas Marlott
  (3) John Marlott of Muntham & Itchingfield not mentioned by either Elwes or Berry but possibly fits here
  (A) Anne Marlott
  m. (by 1618) Henry Barttelot of Stopham
  (4) William Marlott of Shoreham (bpt 30.05.1574, bur 08.02.1646, MP)
  HoP ("William Marlott (Merlott)"), which identifies William as Thomas's 4th son, reports that he had the following family.
  m. (by 1612) Mary
  (A) son (dvp infant)
  m2. _ Stapley

Main source(s):
(1) For Moel (uploaded 05.09.03) : TCP (Moels), BE1883 (Moels)
(2) For Mortimer (uploaded 24.02.16) : FMG (vol 2, MS192, 'Mortimer-Sanders', p440+)
(3) For Martival (uploaded 11.05.23) : 'History and Antiquities of the County of Leicester' (John Nichols, vol 2, part 2, 1798, 'Pedigree of Martival and Hesilrige of Noseley', p756)
(4) For Marlott (uploaded 30.11.23) : 'A History of the Castles, Mansions and Manors of Western Sussex' (Dudley George Carey Elwes & Rec. Charles J. Robinson, 1876, 'Pedigree of Marlott of Itchingfield', p128), CountyGen (Berry, Sussex, p122)
[The section on Marmion has been moved to Marmion1.]
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