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Families covered: Horton of Catton
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First displayed: 11.04.08Last updated: 11.04.08
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William de Horton, Cheshire
m. Alice St. Peter
1. Roger Horton, 1st of Catton in Derbyshire (a 1400)
  A. William Horton of Catton (dsp?)
  B. John Horton of Catton
  i. Walter Horton of Catton
a. ?? Horton
  Uncertain on number of intermediary generations.
  (1) ? Horton
  (A) Roger Horton of Catton (a 1516)
  (i) John Horton of Catton (a 1516)
  m. Anne Curson (sister of Thomas Curson, son/heir of John Curson of Croxhall)
  (a) Walter Horton of Catton (a 1564)
Thanks to a contributor (RJ, 02.01.2012) for reporting that the will of the undermentioned Christopher suggests that he inherited Catton from his kinsman Walter (not his father or uncle) and for suggesting his connection to Katherine, Lady Leigh.
  (ii) ?? Horton presumed intermediary generation
  (a) Christopher Horton (d 1583)
  m1. ??
  ((1)) Walter Horton (d 1616) not sure who was his mother
  ((A)) Christopher Horton of Catton, Sheriff of Derbyshire (b c1582, d 18.11.1659) - continued below
m. Parnell Tiringeham (dau of Thomas Tiringeham of Nether Winchenden)
  m2. Marie (widow of Gabriel Chamber)
  ((2)) Katherine Horton
  m. Sir Henry Leigh of Egginton (b c1585, d by 1635)
  Identified as a grandson of a Sir Roger Horton of Catton was the undermentioned Thomas of Iford. Showing the connection here is speculative & presumptuous.
  (2) ?? Horton
  (A) Thomas Horton of Iford
  (i) Mary Horton (d 1562)
  m. Henry Longe of Whaddon (d 1558)
  C. Robert Horton had issue



Christopher Horton of Catton, Sheriff of Derbyshire (b c1582, d 18.11.1659) - continued above
Christopher is the first mentioned by the Visitation which mentions only his marriage to the following Parnell Tiriningeham, thereby identifying her as mother of his children. However, the Heveningham records show him as married (presumably first) to ...
m1. (1610) Margaret Heveningham (dau of Sir Walter Heveningham of Aston)
m2. (03.09.1616) Parnell Tiringeham (dau of Thomas Tiringeham of Nether Winchenden)
1. Walter Horton of Catton (b c1626, a 1662)
  m. Dorothy Ferrars (dau of Sir Humphrey Ferrars of Tamworth)
A. Christopher Horton of Catton (b c1653, d 1707)
  B. Walter Horton (b c1656, Canon of Lichfield)
  Visitation ends with this generation. It is a presumption that Walter was father of ...
i. Christopher Horton of Catton (d before 28.11.1768)
  m. Frances Buswell (dau of Sir Eusebius Pelsant, later Buswell)
a. Christopher Horton of Catton
  m. (04.08.1765) Anne Luttrell (dau of Simon Luttrell, 1st Earl of Carhampto, m2. Duke of Gloucester)
  b. Eusebius Horton of Catton
  m. Phoebe Davenport (dau of Davies Davenport of Woodford, etc.) wife of Eusebius, presumed mother of ...
  (1) Ann Horton
  m. (01.09.1806) Sir Robert John Wilmot, later Wilmot-Horton, 3rd Bart of Osmaston (b 12.1784, d 1841)
  (2) Frances Louisa Horton (d 21.02.1864) probably of this generation
  m. (20.07.1820) Rev. Richard Carleton (b 10.02.1792, d 02.02.1869)
  c. Elizabeth Horton (d 14.06.1789) probably of this generation
m. George Evans, 3rd Lord Carbery (d 26.05.1783)
  d. Frances Horton probably of this generation
  m. Sir Edward Littleton of Teddesley, 4th Bart of Pillaton Hall (dsp 18.05.1812)
  e.+ other issue - John, Honor, Mary, Clement
  C.+ other issue (a 1662) - Alexander, Anne, Parnell, Elizabeth, Dorothy, Lettice
2. Jane Horton
  m. Edward Villiers of Hanbury
3. Elizabeth Horton
  m. Edward Broughton of Loungedon
4. Parnell Horton
  m. Samuel Trist of Culworth
5. Anne Horton
  m. Abraham Fowler of Salt
6.+ other issue - Christopher (bpt 22.02.1628, d young), Thomas of London, Henry, Francis (d by 1655)

Main source(s): Visitation (Derbyshire, 1662-4, Horton of Catton), various web sites & cross-references from elsewhere in the database
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