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This section first uploaded 17.03.13.
Sir William Ingoldisthorpe of Ingoldisthorpe, Norfolk
m. (Eleanor?) Hastings (dau/coheir of Miles Hastings of Quidenham)
1. Sir John Ingoldisthorpe or Ingoldsthorpe or Inglethorpe of Ingoldsthorpe & Raynham, Sheriff of Norfolk & Suffolk (b c1361, d 29.05.1420, MP)
  m. (c02.1380) Elizabeth Burgh (d 12.12.1421, dau/coheir of Sir John Burgh of Burrough Green by Katherine, dau of Sir John Dengaine of Stow-cum-Quy & Teversham)
  A. Sir Thomas Ingoldsthorpe or Ingelthorpe of Burgh Greene, Cambridgeshire (b c1401, MP)
  HoP's entry for Thomas had not been released when this section was prepared. The following comes from Visitation.
  m. Margaret Delapole (dau/heir of Sir Walter Delapole of Trumpington)
  i. Sir Edmond or Edmund Ingelthorpe or Ingoldsthorpe of Burgh Greene
  m. Joanna Tiptoft (dau of John Tiptoft, Lord of Burwell, m2. Thomas Grey)
  a. Isabel Ingelthorpe or Ingoldsthorpe (d before 1513-4)
  m1. Sir John Nevill, Earl of Northumberland, Marquess of Montagu (d Barnet 14.04.1471)
  m2. Sir William Norreys of Yattenden



This section first uploaded 17.03.13.
John James (d 10.1396, MP)
m. Christine Anesty (d 1409, dau/heir of John Anesty of Clapcot)
1. Robert James of Wallingford (Berkshire) & Boarstall (Buckinghamshire), Sheriff of Oxfordshire & Berkshire (b 11.1385, d 16.02.1432, MP)
  m1. (by 11.1485) Katherine de la Pole (b 09.03.1369, d before 1415, dau of Sir Edmund de la Pole by Elizabeth)
  A. John James (dvp)
  B. Christine James (b c1401, d 28.03.1435)
  m. (1412) Edmund Rede (d 1429, son of John)
  m2. (before 02.1424) Maud Fitzellis (d 05.08.1437, sister of John Fitzellis of Oakley)
2.+ other issue - Arnold (d young?), Maud



This section first uploaded 27.03.13.
(1) The following is provided merely as a recognition of the ongoing search for the identity of the undermentioned Sir William, father of Anne. TCP (Folliott of Ballyshannon) & TCP (Roscommon) both identify Sir William as "of Stoke-under-Hampden, Somerset". Various online discussions suggest that Sir William was probably of the Shepton Mallet branch but it appears that the exact connection has not yet been ascertained. Reference to "of Stoke-under-Hampden" instead of "of Shepton Mallet" has surprised various of those who have investigated this matter.
(2) We suspect that "Stoke-under-Hampden" is the same place as "Stoke-under-Hamdon" for which, as shown below, VCH has an entry which mentions a Strode family. The "Stoke" here refers to the parsonage rather than the old manor. It seems likely that the following Thomas father of John was the same person as the Thomas Strode of Shepton Mallet.
Thomas Strode of Stoke (d 1595)
1. John Strode of Stoke (d 1621, eldest son)
  VCH reports that a "Thomas Strode was living in the house about 1633, and the family still lived in Stoke, probably on the parsonage estate, in 1652."
We have found very little about the following Sir William. It seems likely that he was a younger son who went to Ireland in a military adventure and was knighted there. As his daughter Anne's first son was born in 1613 (whilst her will was proved in 1652), it seems likely that she was born sometime in the period 1585-1595 and that William (a younger son who probably did not marry until he was able to support a family) may have been born in the period 1550-1560. That suggests that he was probably either of the same generation as the above Thomas or of the generation before.
Sir William Strode of Stoke-under-Hampden, Somerset
1. Anne Strode (d by 1652)
  m1. (by 1613) Sir Henry Folliott, 1st Lord of Ballyshannon (b c1569, d 10.11.1622)
  m2. Robert Dillon, 2nd Earl of Roscommon (d 07.08.1642)



This section first uploaded 03.04.13.
William Doddesham of Cannington (d 1480)
m. Joan (d 1472)
1. William Doddesham (dvp 1470)
  m. _ Walles of Woolavington
  A. John Doddesham (dsp)
  B. Joan Doddesham
  m. John Periam
  C. Elinor Doddesham
  m. Richard Gilbert of Woolavington



This section first uploaded 09.04.13.
Standish O'Grady (b late 1630s?) ancestor of O'Grady of Elton & Cappercullen
1. ?? O'Grady
  Uncertain on number of intervening generations.
  A. ?? O'Grady
  i. Standish Grady of Elton 'of Cappercullen'
  m. Mary Theresa Oliver (dau of Robert Oliver of Castle Oliver) wife of Standish, mother of at least Anne
  a. Anne Grady (d 1825) sister of Mary Theresa, Countess of Ilchester
  m. (22.09.1761) Anthony Parker of Castle Lough (d 1800)
  b. Rachel Grady "sister of the Countess of Ilchester"
  m. (1762) Edward Fitzgerald of Carrygoran
  c. Mary Theresa O'Grady (d 14.06.1790)
  m. (20.08.1772) Henry Thomas Fox-Strangways, 2nd Earl of Ilchester (b 1747, d 1802)



This section first uploaded 10.04.13.
?? Berkeley ('to Ireland from England')
1. William Berkeley of Dysart Castle, co Kilkenny
  A. George Berkeley, Bishop of Cloyne (b 12.03.1685, d 14.01.1753, empiricist philosopher)
  m. Anne Forster (dau of John Forster, Lord Chief Justice)
  i. George Berkeley (vicar of Bray, 2nd son) had issue
  m. (1760) _ Frinsham (dau of Rev. _ Frinsham)
  ii. Arabella Berkeley probably of this generation
  m. Sackville Hamilton (d 1818, Chief Secretary for Ireland)
  iii.+ other issue including William (dvp young)
  B. Robert Berkeley had issue

Main source(s):
(1) For Ingoldisthorpe : HoP, Visitation (Cambridgeshire, 1575+1619, De Burg)
(2) For James : HoP
(3) For Strode : VCH (Somerset, vol 3, 'Parishes: Stoke sub Hamdon'), cross-references from elsewhere in the database
(4) For Doddesham : Visitation (Frederic William Weaver (1885), Somerset, 1551+1575+1591, Pymme of Brymore in Cannington)
(5) For O'Grady : cross-references from elsewhere in the database
(6) For Berkeley : various web sites (including Wikipedia)
[The section on Golafre was absorbed by GZmisc09 then moved to Golafre1; that on Homan by HZmisc14; that on Hamilton by Hamilton50; that on Sheppard by Sheppard2.]
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