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This section first uploaded 02.05.18.
Thomas Phillips of Lanest, Cornwall
m1. _ Wollgarne (heir)
1. Thomas Phillips
  A. Gabriell Phillips
  i. Jane Phillips
m2. Elizabeth Hawkes
2. William Phillips of Alverdiscot, Devon (a 1623, 3rd son)
  m1. Phillipa Mountioy (dau of Matthew Mountioy (Mountjoy))
  m2. Anne Bellew (d by 1623, dau of Henry Bellew of Stokley Inglish)



This section first uploaded 16.04.19.
William Watson of Liberton, Midlothian (b 1765, d 11.12.1841)
m. (01.09.1791) Mary Stodart (dau of John Stodart of The Bank, Carnwath)
1. James Watson (b 11.09.1792, d 27.09.1878) had issue
  m. (02.12.1817) Harriet Bird (d 1852, dau of William Wilberforce Bird by Penelope Wheler)



This section first uploaded 28.10.19.
Arnold Le Lord of Harleston (a temp Henry 2 who r. 1154-1189)
1. Arnold Le Lord of Harleston
  A. Richard "clericus" of Harleston
  m1. ??
  i. Agnes
  m. _ Holcot
  ii. Beatrice (dsp)
  m2. ??
  iii. Matilda
  m1. John de Bray of Harleston (d 08.08.1282)
  m2. Adam Werror
  a.+ issue - Robert, Thomas
  iv. Isabel
  m. _ Houghton
  v. Agnes
  m. _ Brinton



This section first uploaded 31.10.19.
Edmund de Watford
1. Roger de Watford (dsp?)
2. Margaret de Watford
  m1. Robert de Cranford of Ashby Ledgers (d c1374)
  m2. Simon de Crosholme
  A. Margaret de Crosholme
  m. Edward Metley of Wolston
  B. Joan de Crosholme
  m. Robert Burdet of Badsley



This section first uploaded 27.12.19.
John Smith ("engineer")
1. Anne Smith
  m. (1757) Richard Swallow of Attercliffe Forge & New Hall
2. daughter
  m. _ Sykes ("a baker in Sheffield")
  A. daughter
  m. James Bramhall



This section first uploaded 05.01.20.
Arthur Somerset ("brother to therl of Woster", sic)
1. Anne Somerset
  m. William Marshe of Essex
  Visitation shows 2 shields of arms, the second "impaling Tirrell, and quarterings as under Tirrell", the first (indicated as possibly for Marsh) being "Quarterly or and azure, on a pale engrailed three eagles displayed, all counterchanged".
  A. Mary Marsh
  m. Richard Sackvyle
  B. Margaret Marsh
  m. John Baynham of Essex
  C.+ other issue - William, Elsabeth



This section first uploaded 20.02.20, reviewed & expanded 04.04.22 using Clutterbuck.
Hamon Crevequer or de Crevecoeur
m. Matilda de Averence or Averenges (sister/heir of William, son of William de Averenges by Matilda, dau/coheir of John de Bovil by Hawise)
1. Hamon Crevequer (dvp) mentioned by Clutterbuck but not by CTG
  m. Alice
  A. Robert Crevequer
i. William Crevequer (dsp by 1297)
2. Agnes de Crevecoeur
  m. Nicholas de Sandwich
  A. (Sir) John de Sandwich 'of Folkestone'
  i. Juliana de Sandwich
  m. John de Segrave
3. Isolda de Crevecoeur
  m. John de Lenham
  A. John de Lenham
  i. Uliana or Alianor de Lenham
4. Alianor de Crevecoeur
  m. Bertram de Criol
5. Isabel de Crevecoeur (dsp)
  m. Henry de Gaunt

Main source(s):
(1) For Phillips : Visitation (J.L. Vivian (1895), Devon, 1531+1564+1620+additions, 'Phillips of Alverdiscott', p593)
(2) For Watson : BLG1952 ('Mewburn-Watson formerly of Langley House')
(3) For Lord of Harleston : 'The History and Antiquities of the County of Northampton' (George Baker, vol 1, 1830, 'Bray and Dyve of Harleston', p169)
(4) For Watford : 'The History and Antiquities of the County of Northampton' (George Baker, vol 1, 1830, 'Cranford and Catesby of Ashby Ledgers', p245)
(5) For Smith : FMG (vol 3, 'Swallow', MS378, p903)
(6) For Marsh : Visitation (Essex, 1552, 'Marsh')
(7) For Crevecoeur : CTG (vol 1, 1834, p405 (in Appendix)), 'The History and Antiquities of the County of Hertford' (Robert Clutterbuck, vol 1, 1815, p280)
[The section on MacDouall of Freugh has been moved to Macdowall04; that on Dillon of Clonbrook has been moved to Dillon04; that on Bird of Coventry & London to Bird04; that on Harvey-Thursby to Hervey09; that on Rempston to RZmisc07.]
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