'TZmisc03'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Thurbane of Chequers, Thurbane of Sandwich, Trimnell, Twigg of Derbyshire, Tritton of Kent
[The original TZmisc03 was renamed Tregoz1 on 10.10.15.]

James Thurbane of Sandwich, Kent
1. James Thurbane of Sandwich (bur 23.05.1688)
  m1. Ellen (widow of John Jacobs of Sandwich)
  A. John Thurbane of Chequers in Ellesborough, Buckinghamshire (b 05.05.1636, bur 25.01.1713, Serjeant-at-law, MP)
  VCH suggests that the undermentioned Johanna was dau of Mary Croke but Lipscomb, supported by TCB, (vol 2, 'Russell', p66), shows that she was daughter of ...
  m1. Anne Cutts (dau of Richard Cutts of Childerley, sister of John, 1st Baron Cutts of Gowran)
  i. Johanna Thurbane 'of Chequers'
  m1. George Revett (d Malplaquet 1709, Colonel)
  a. John Revett (dsp bur 25.04.1763)
  m. Frances Russell (dau of John Russell)
  b. Mary Johanna Revett of Chequers
  m. Charles Russell (Colonel)
  c.+ other issue (dsp) - James (bur 20.10.1763), William
  m2. (07.09.1715) John Russell (son of Sir John, 3rd Bart)
  m2. (sp) Mary Croke (bur 17.11.1711, dau/coheir of Sir Robert Croke of Chequers in Ellesborough)
  B.+ other issue - James (b 07.1640?), Mary (bpt 01.1643)
  m2. (18.11.1658) Bennet (bur 20.09.1680, Mrs Forster)



DNB & 'Lives of the Bishops of Winchester' report that descended from Sir Nicholas Trimnell, "founder of the Worcestershire family of Ockley Hall", was ...
Edmund Trimnell of Hanger in Bremhill, Wiltshire
m. ?? (Mrs Jenkins)
1. Charles Trimnell (b c1630, d 1702, rector of Abbots Ripton (Cambridgeshire), 4th son)
m. Mary named Mary Killingworth in a web site
  A. Charles Trimnell, Bishop of Norwich then Winchester (b 1663, d 15.08.1723)
  DNB reports that Charles was bpt 01.05.1663 but 'Lives of the Bishops of Winchester' reports that he was b 27.12.1663.
  m1. Henrietta Maria Talbot (b c1659, d 1716, dau of William Talbot, Bishop of Durham)
  i.+ 2 sons (d infant)
  m2. (1719, sp?) Elizabeth Wynne (dau of Sir Edmund Wynne (Winn) of Nostell, 2nd Bart (by Katharine), widow of Joseph Taylor of the Temple)
  B. William Trimnell (d 15.04.1729, rector of Brington, Dean of Winchester) who married ...
  m. (08.12.1720) Elizabeth Ward (b 02.11.1674, d 04.12.1737, dau of William Ward of Brafield, widow of Thomas Thornton)
  C. David Trimnell (d 1756, Archdeacon of Leicester, 4th surviving son)
i. Mary Trimnell (d 22.09.1781, 4th dau/coheir)
  m. (William) Thornton (Major General)
  ii. Jane Trimnell (b c1717, d 06.10.1783) probably of this generation
  m. (10.02.1744) Isaac Hawkins Browne (bpt 27.01.1706, d 26.02.1760, MP)
  D. Mary Trimnell (b 1659, d 1723)
m. John Sturges (Archdeacon of Huntingdon)
  E. Anne Trimnell (b 1666-7, d 26.05.1755)
  m. Alured Clarke of Godmanchester (b 1657-8, d 28.10.1744)
  F. Elizabeth Trimnell
  m. Henry Downes (b 1667, d 14.01.1734/5, Bishop of Killala & Achonry then Derry)
Various web sites show that Elizabeth & Henry were parents of Robert (d 20.06.1763) who was Bishop of Ferns & Leighlin then of Down & Connor then Raphoe. However, one site (here) reports that Henry married Elizabeth, dau of Thomas Wilson (Dean of Carlisle), by whom he had 5 sons and several daughters with the implication being that Robert, his eldest son, was son of Elizabeth Wilson rather than Elizabeth Trimnell.
  G. Catherine Trimnell
  m. Thomas Green, Bishop of Ely (b 1658, d 1738)
  H.+ other issue - Hugh (apothecary to the King's household), 6 others (d young?)
2. Joan Trimnell possibly fits here
  m. Henry Bayntun (bpt 14.11.1621, d 1672)



Nicholas Twigg 'of Holme' of Bakewell, Derbyshire
1. John Twigg
  m. _ Foljambe
  A. child (dsp)
2. Nicholas Twigg 'of Derby'
  m. (sp) Mary Waterland (dau of Henry Waterland)
3. Dorothy Twigg
  m. Joseph Sykes of Kirk Ela
4. Anne Twigg
  m. John Bourne
5. Mary Twigg (d unm)



John Tritton (a 1692)
1. Samuel Tritton
  m. Sarah Pilcher
  A. Samuel Tritton (dsp)
  B. Mary Tritton (b 1780-1, d 03.1799)
  m. Thomas Thurston of Willesborough (b 1721-2, d 05.1791)
  C. Sarah Tritton
  m. James Flint
  i.+ issue - James (a 1829), Samuel (a 1829), Abraham (d by 1829), Mary (a 1829)
  D. Hannah Tritton
  m. Richard Sackett
  i. Tritton Sackett (d unm)
  ii. Susan Sackett
  m. Peter Cramp
  a. Sarah Cramp
  m. Robert Tomlin of Sackett's Court
2. John Tritton
  A. John Tritton
  i.+ issue - John (a 1826), Thomas
  B. Thomas Tritton of Battersea
  i. John Tritton of Battersea (a 1829) had issue
  C. Robert Tritton of Ashford, Kent
  i. Ewell Tritton (d unm 181*, Captain RN)
  ii. Sarah Tritton (a 1829)
  m1. John Billington of Ashford
  a. Rev. John Billington of Kennington (a 1829)
  m2. Rev. Moyle Breton of Kennington (dsp by 1829)

Main source(s):
(1) For Thurbane (uploaded 10.10.15) : Lipscomb (Bucks, vol 2, 'Pedigree of Thurbane, in alliance with Hawtrey, Croke, Cutts, Revett, & Russell', p194), 'Collections for an History of Sandwich' (William Boys, 1792, 'Thurbarne', by p350), HoP ('John Thurbane') with some support from VCH (Buckinghamshire, vol 2, 'Parishes: Ellesborough')
(2) For Trimnell (uploaded 15.11.15) : information kindly provided to us by a contributor (JR, 15.11.15) based on the article on 'Charles Trimnell (Bishop of Norwich then Winchester)' in 'General Biographical Dictionary' by Alexander Chalmers (1812) (found within words.fromoldbooks.org) & Wikipedia ("Charles Timnell") with some support/input from 'Lives of the Bishops of Winchester' (Rev. Stephen Hyde Cassan, vol 2, p204+), DNB ("Charles Trimnell")
(3) For Twigg (uploaded 30.05.16) : FMG (vol 1, MS69, 'Sykes', p155)
(4) For Tritton (uploaded 27.12.16) : CountyGen (Kent, Berry, p202+)
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