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Families covered: Windebank of Haynes Hill, Windebank of Hougham, De Waunci of Depeden, De Waunci of West Barsham, Wenham of Morehayle, Wrightson of Cusworth, Westbrook of Slade, Westbrook in Sussex

Sir Richard Windebank of Guisnes, later of Hougham, Lincolnshire (a 1533, 1560)
m. Margaret (bur 10.02.1558, dau of Griffith ap Henry)
1. Sir Thomas Windebank of Hougham, later of Haynes Hill (probably not 'Haines Hall', in Hurst, Berkshire (not Wiltshire)) (d 24.10.1607)
  m. Frances Dymoke (dau of Sir Edward Dymoke of Scrivelsby)
  A. Sir Francis Windebank (bpt 21.08.1582, d 01.09.1646, Secretary of State for King Charles I)
  i. Sir Thomas Windebank of Haynes Hill, 1st Bart (b c1612, d before 07.1669, MP)
  m. (by 1646) Anne Grymes (dau of John Grymes of Bury St. Edmunds by Susan, dau of Ambrose Jermyn of Stanton)
  a. Sir Francis Windebank, 2nd Bart (b c1656, bur 23.09.1719)
m. (04.05.1686) Elizabeth Parkhurst (b c1666, d by 1730, dau of Frances)
  ii. (Sir) Francis Windebank 'of Oxford' (d 1645, Colonel)
  a. Frances Windebank
  TCP (vol XII/I, Tenterden, p672) identifies this as the Frances (b c1646, bur 05.05.1693/4) who married ...
  m. (12.07.1669) Sir Edward Hales of Hackington, 3rd Bart, 'Earl of Tenterden' (b 28.09.1645, d 1695)
  iii. Margaret Windebank
  m. Thomas Turner (b 1591, d 1672)
  a.+ issue - Francis (b 1637, d 1700, Bishop of Ely), Thomas (b 1645, d 1714)
  iv. Frances Windebank
  A Frances, wife of Sir Edward Hales, is often shown as a dau of the Secretary of State. TCB notes that "if she was, as is possible, the da. of the Secretary of State, she must have been born the year of her father's death (1646)". We show Frances, Lady Hales, above.
  v. Elizabeth Windebank probably of this generation
  m. (01.12.1638) Sir Toby Tyrrell, Bart of Thornton (d 01.10.1671)
  vi.+ other issue - Christopher in Madrid (b 1615), son, John (bpt 11.06.1618, bur 16.08.1704, physician), others (d young/unm)
  B. Anne Windebank (d 1624)
  m. (03.09.1592) Henry Reade of Faccombe (b 1566, d 1647, MP)
  C. Mildred Windebank (d 1630)
  m. (31.07.1600) Robert Reade of Linkenholt
  D. daughter
2. Jane Windebank probably of this generation
  m. Sir Henry Palmer of Wingham (b c1489, d Guisnes 1558)



Hugo de Wauncy of West Barsham, Norfolk (a 1085, d before 1138)
1. Ralf de Waunci
  A. Sir Hugh de Waunci of West Barsham & Depeden
  i. Sir William de Waunci of West Barsham & Depeden (a 1271, 1292)
a. Sir William de Waunci (a 1297)
  (1) William de Waunci of West Barsham & Depeden (d before 1357)
  (A) Sir Edmund de Waunci of West Barsham & Depeden (d 1372-3)
  m. Joan
  (i) Edmund de Waunci (b c1365, a 1372, d young)
  (B) Katharine de Waunci
  m. Edmund de Gurney (d 1385)
  (C) Johane de Waunci (dsp)
  m. Sir Nicholas Damory
  (2)+ other issue - Robert (cleric), Hugh (rector of Harpley), Walter (cleric), Edward, Thomas, Nicholas
  b. Isabel de Waunci
  m. Adam Waleis or Wales of Dalham
  c. Emma de Waunci
  m. _ Depden
  ii. Nicholas de Waunci (a 1286)
  m. Alice Danmartin
  iii. Walter de Waunci
  B.+ other issue - Ralf, Roger
2. Osmud de Waunci
  m. Philip de Vealtre



Richard Wenham of Wenham Hall (in Suffolk?)
1. Thomas Wenham ("the first that came into Sussex")
  m. _ French of Streene
  A. John Wenham of Morehayle, Sussex
  m. _ Gravesend
  i. John Wenham of Morehayle
  m. Alice Ellyott (dau of John Ellyot of Godlyman (Elliot of Godalming))
a. John Wenham of Morehayle, later in Battle, Sussex
  m. Mary Frank (dau of John Frank by Bennett, dau of Richard Moket of Nunington)
  (1) John Wenham (of Gray's Inn)
  m. Jane Elfred (dau of John Elfred of Sussex)
  (A) John Wenham of London & Morehall (Morehayle) (a 1634)
  m. Ann Needham (dau of Sir Thomas (probably not Francis) Needham of Needham)
  (i)+ issue (a 1634) - John (b c1628), Mary, Anne, Rebecka, Elizabeth
  (B) Mary Wenham
  m. Richard Eston
  (C)+ other issue - George, Richard, Henry, Elizabeth, Dorothy
  (2) Mary Wenham
  m. Matthew Barham of Sussex
  b. William Wenham
  m. Bennett Relffe (dau of William Relffe)
  (1) Lawrence Wenham of London (linen draper)
  c. Thomas Wenham
m. Alice (widow of _ Waterman)
  (1)+ issue - John (dsp), Edward, John, William
  d. Joan Wenham
  m. John Nateley or Matley of Morfield
  e. Alice Wenham
  m. Christopher Crofte or Crofter of Godalming
  f. Elizabeth Wenham
  m. Mathew Cox of Brightling
  g. Anne Wenham
  m. John Willesford of Westham
  ii. William Wenham of Langton (Loughton)
  m. _ Holter of Lewes
  iii. Thomas Wenham (of Muse?)
  m. Elizabeth Elliot (sister of Alice)
2. daughter
  m. _ Bruse, later of Wenham Hall



Robert Wrightson of Cusworth (b 1629, d 17.12.1708)
m1. Elizabeth Garland (dau of Thomas Garland of Todwick)
1. Elizabeth Wrightson
  m. Henry Farrer of Ewood (rector of Hemsworth)
2.+ other issue (d young) - John, Robert
m2. ?? 2nd marriage mentioned by Foster but not by Commoners or BLG1886
m3. Sarah Beaumont (bpt 09.09.1646, d 13.09.1717, dau of Sir Thomas Beaumont of Whitley Beaumont)
4. Thomas Wrightson of Cusworth, Sheriff of Yorkshire (bpt 14.07.1674, dsp bur 27.01.1724)
  Jane Barrett (dsp 1741, dau of Sir Paul Barrett of Lee)
5. William Wrightson of Cusworth (bpt 29.12.1676, d 04.12.1760, MP)
  m1. Isabel Burton (d 13.03.1716, dau/heir of Francis Burton of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, widow of Thomas Matthews)
  m2. Isabella Fenwick (b c1705, d 09.11.1745, dau/coheir of William Fenwick of Bywell)
  A. Isabella Wrightson (bpt 04.09.1727, d 1784)
  m. (29.12.1748) John Battie of Warmsworth, later Wrightson of Cusworth (b c1723, d 1766)
  B.+ other issue (d young) - William (bpt 10.09.1729), Sarah (bpt 12.11.1731)
6. Mary Wrightson
  m. John Whitehead
7.+ other issue - John (a 1707), Michael (bpt 29.07.1686), Felicia (bpt 08.02.1687, bur 09.02.1687)



Nicholas Westbrook of Godalming, later of Slade in Rogate, Sussex
1. William Westbrook
  m. Elizabeth Farrington (dau of John Farrington of Chichester)
  A. Nicholas Westbrook of Slade
  m. Margaret Grey (dau of Thomas Grey of Woolbedding)
  i. Nicholas Westbrook of East Lavant, Sussex
m. Mary Acardeville (dau/heir of John Scardeville of Test Hosue in East Lavant)
  a. William Westbrook of East Ferring, Sussex (db c1620, 1702)
  m. Elizabeth Houghton (dau of Thomas Houghton of Mayfield)
  (1) John Westbrook
  (A) Richard Westbrook, Governor of Cyprus (dsp 1700)
  (2) Thomas Westbrook (dsp)
  m. Mary (d 1687)
  (3) Barbara Westbrook
  m. John Minshall or Minshull of Portslade
  (A) Elizabeth Minshull (d 22.03.1752)
  m. (07.07.1723) Joseph Richardson of Gray's Inn & Sussex (b 14.07.1689, d 02.01.1734)
  (B)+ 5 daughters
  b.+ other issue - Nicohlas, John, Mary, Margaret, Elisabeth, Jone, Isabell

Main source(s):
(1) For Windebank (uploaded 27.11.14) : DNB (vol 62, 'Francis Windebank', p162+), Wikipedia ("Sir Francis Windebank") with a little support/input from TCB (vol 2, 'Windebanke of Haynes Hill', p233+)
(2) For De Waunci (uploaded 07.12.14) : RHG (vol 2, 'Pedigree of De Wauncy', p368)
(3) For Wenham (uploaded 06.01.15) : Visitation (Sussex, 1634, 'Wenham'), CountyGen (Berry, Sussex, p257)
(4) For Wrightson (uploaded 08.05.15) : 'Pedigrees of the County Families of England' (vol 2, Yorkshire - West Riding, 'Pedigree of Wrightson of Cusworth') by Joseph Foster (1874) with some support from Commoners (vol 2, 'Wrightson of Cusworth', p184), BLG1886 ('Wrightson of Cusworth')
(5) For Westbrook (uploaded 05.08.15) : 'A History of the Castles, Mansions, and Manors of Western Sussex' by Dudley George Carey Elwes & Rev. Charles Robinson (1876, 'Pedigree of Westbrook and Richardson', p92), CountyGen (Berry, Sussex, p171)
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