'Stubbs1'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Stubbs of Buxton, Stubbs of Huntingdon, Stubbs of Scottow, Stubbs of Water Eaton

The families in the top 2 sections had very similar coats of arms and so we presume that they were connected. The family in the third section were probably also connected.
Robert Stubbs of Scottow, Norfolk
1. William Stubbs of Scottow (a 1460)
  m. Margaret (d 1464, widow of Roger Tayleur)
  A. Walter Stubbs of Buxton
  m. Ethelred Peers (dau of John Peers of Northwold)
  i. John Stubbs of Buxton had issue
m. Ela Skipwith (dau/heir of William Skipwith of Helgay)
  B. John Stubbs of Scottow (d 1525, 3rd son)
  m. Alice Clopton (dau of Hamond Clopton of Cheston)
  i. Andrew Stubbs of Bungay, Suffolk
  m. Alice Richers (dau/coheir of John Richers of Bungay)
a. Richard Stubbs of Ellingham, Norfolk
  m. Elizabeth Gurney (dau of Anthony Gurney of Ellingham)
  (1) Richard Stubbs of Sedgford
  m. Anne Gooding (widow of John Lestrange)
  (A) Alice Stubbs
  m. (1601) Sir Hamon Lestrange
  (B) Dyonisia Stubbs
  m. Sir William Yelverton, Bart (b c1558, d 1631)
  b. Anne Stubbs
  m. Francis Guydon (son/heir of Anthony of Suffolk)
  ii.+ other issue - Edmund, Mary, Dorothy, Elizabeth, Feithe (a 1525)
  C. Margaret Stubbs
  m. John Tame
  D.+ other issue - William (dsp), Edward (a 1490, cleric), Robert (a 1490)
2. Ann Stubbs
  m. Nicholas Barker
3. daughter
  m. _ Doggett of Suffolk



Of the following family, BLG1863 reports: "The family of Stubbs, though originally of Norfolk, is an ancient one in the co. of Stafford, where they have held from time to time considerable landed property" whilst Commoners reports that "The Stubbs are an ancient family in the county of Stafford, and have resided on an estate at Water-eaton, in the parish of Penkridge time immemorial". Commoners starts with John "younger of Water Eyton" whilst BLG1863 starts with Francis, brother of that John. We start with their father ...
(John?) Stubbs
1. John Stubbs "younger of Water Eyton" this line provided by Commoners
  m. Jane Giffard
A. Humphry Stubbs (2nd son)
  m. Hester Shutt
  i. Humphry Stubbs (3rd son)
  m. (22.10.1756) Mary Crutchley (dau of Benjamin Crutchley of Bloxwich)
  a. Elizabeth Stubbs
  m. (09.06.1778) James Rann of Ladywood
  b. Mary Stubbs
  m. Rev. Jonas Slany of Bescot Hall
  c. Martha Stubbs
  m. (18.12.1788) Joseph Brearley of Newinn Hall, Handworth
  d. Lucy Stubbs
  m. (1783) Thomas Devey Wightwick
  ii. Matthew Stubbs of Water Eaton & Bloxwich (b 11.06.1735, d 21.07.1768)
  iii.+ other issue - Giffard (b 03.04.1724), Matthew (b 25.02.1725), John, Benjamin (b 14.08.1740), Jane (b 01.03.1728), Hester (b 08.09.1731), Mary (b 04.01.1741), Eleanor (b 17.07.1745)
  B. Matthew Stubbs of Walsall (3rd son)
  m. Mary Slaney of Bescot
  C.+ other isssue - John (b 09.11.1676, dvp?), Benjamin (b 05.01.1691, cleric)
2. Francis Stubbs of Huntingdon in Cannock (a 1656) this line provided by BLG1863
  m. Beatrice
  A. John Stubbs of Huntingdon (a 1656)
  m. Beatrice
  i. Francis Stubbs of Huntingdon (a 1656)
  m. Eleanor
  a. George Stubbs of Huntingdon
  (1) George Cox Stubbs of Huntingdon
  m. Ann Fowler ("of the Pendleford family")
  (A) John Stubbs of Huntingdon
  m. _ Bayley
  (i) George John Stubbs (d 1840) had issue
  m. Ellen Philipps (dau of Revell Phillips "of the family of Philipps of Picton Castle")
  (ii) Joseph Stubbs
  (B) Joseph Stubbs
  m. _ Heath (dau of _ Heath, judge)
  (i) John Stubbs of Handsworth



John Stubbs of The Shaw, Staffordshire (d 1703-4)
m. Ellen Jervis (dau of John Jervis of Chatkill & Meaford)
1. Elizabeth Stubbs
  m. (1690) Nathaniel Philips of Heath House
2. Mary Stubbs
  m. John Beach of Hollygreave Hall
  A. John Beach or Beech of The Shaw
3. Sarah Stubbs
  m. (12.02.1699) John Hill of Hawkstone (of Lightrick)
4. Jane Stubbs
  m. Thomas Bayley of Madeley named John by FMG
5. Anne Stubbs
  m. Thomas Starkie of Wrenbury

Main source(s):
(1) For middle section : RHG (vol 2, 'Pedigree of Stubbs', p451)
(2) For upper section : the section 'Stubbs of Water-eaton and Bloxwich' in Commoners (vol 4, 'Wightwick of Bloxwich', p371+), BLG1863 ('Stubbs of Cannock')
(3) For lower section : note within Commoners (vol 2, 'Philips of Heath House', p591) with support from FMG (vol 1, MS120, 'Philips-Jolley', p274)
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