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This section first uploaded 03.03.22.
Robert Lindsay of Kinnettles (a 1511)
'Electric Scotland' (Strathmore Past and Present - Kinnettles) reports that "A branch of the famous family of the Lindsays settled (at Kinnettles) about the year 1511, and flourished in considerable repute for nearly a century and a half. Robert, a descendant of a younger brother of the 3rd Earl of Crawford, was the first Lindsay of Kinnettles."
1. ?? Lindsay
  Uncertain on number of intervening generations.
  A. ?? Lindsay
i. David Lindsay of Kinnettles
  m. Margaret Young (b 14.11.1581, dau of Sir Peter Young of Easter Seton)
  a. John Lindsay (vicar of Blandford Forum, Dorset)
  m. Maria Clarke mother of Sarah, presumed also of ...
  (1) Thomas Lindsay, Bishop of Killaloe then Raphoe, later Archbishop of Armagh (b 1656, d 13.07.1724)
  Wikipedia ("Thomas Lindsay (bishop)") reports that Thomas's father was Rev. John Lindsay, Minister of Blandford ... a descendant of the Lindsays of Kinnettles, who descend from the Lindsays of Evelick, who descend from the Lindsays of Lekoquhy who descend from the third son of Sir David Lindsay, 3rd Earl of Crawford".
  (2) Sarah Lindsay (d 1725)
  m. (c1677) John (James) Ouchterlony (b c1649, d before 1725, vicar at Bere Regis) @@ below
  b. Margaret Lindsay (a 1665)
  m. (mcrt 13.04.1637) William Ouchterlony (b c1599-1600, d by 1675, m1. Margaret Erskine)
  c. Mary Lindsay (d 01.1678)
  m. (mcrt 15.08.1651) John Ouchterlony (b 1623, d 1695, minister of Aberlemno)
  d. Marjory Lindsay (a 1677)
  Marjory is identifed by Electric Scotland (ref above) as "the aunt of the famous Dr. Thomas Lindsay, Archbishop of Armagh, and Primate of all Ireland, who died in 1713." That date disagrees with Wikipedia (see above).
  m. David Lindsay (d 1677?, minister at Rescobie)



This section first uploaded 03.03.22.
John (James) Ouchterlony (b c1649, d before 1725, vicar at Bere Regis, Dorset)
m. (c1677) Sarah Lindsay (d 1725, dau of John Lindsay (vicar of Blandford Forum, son of David of Kinnettles by Margaret Young) by Maria Clarke) @@ above
1. William Ouchterlony of Richmond (Surrey) & Ballicogran (Ballycuggaran, co, Clare) (bpt 02.07.1685, d 1740, captain, younger son)
  m. (14.04.1730) Susanna Brewster (d 1750, niece of George Brewster of The Inner Temple)
  A.+ issue - John (bpt 23.03.1731, a 1750), William (bpt 06.05.1732, a 1750), Thomas Samuel (bpt 06.01.1734, d before 1740), Thomas (bpt 03.02.1740, d by 1750), Sarah (bpt 25.11.1735, a 1750), Susanna (bpt 09.07.1737, d before 1740)
2.+ other issue - John (bpt 14.02.1681), Thomas of Ballicogran (bpt 15.05.1684, a 1740, dsp?), Lindsey (bpt 06.01.1679), Mary (bpt 20.10.1687, d infant), Mary (bpt 05.09.1693)



This section first uploaded 15.04.24.
Thomas Crosland of Crosland Hill, Yorkshire
m. Elizabeth Brearey (dau of Christopher Brearey, Lord Mayor of York)
1. Thomas Crosland
  m. Mary Cooke (dau of Rev. Marmaduke Cooke, Vicar of Leds)
2. Elizabeth Crosland
  m. Thomas Croft of Leeds (vicar of Broughton, Lincolnshire)
  A. Thomas Croft (a 1712)



This section first uploaded 19.04.24.
'Wilts' identifies the arms of the following family as "Argent, two bars in chief, three escallops Argent; a mullet Gules for difference".
Gerard Errington of Walwick Grange, Northumberland
1. Ninian Errington of Walwick Grange
A. ?? Errington of Walwick Grange
  There were later Erringtons of Walwick Grange. The following merely pulls together cross-references to 'Errington of Walwick' elsewhere in the database, roughly in date order, leaving further work to be done on this family in due course.
  i. Edward Errington of Walwick Grange possibly of this generation
  m. Margaret Charlton (dau of Edward Charlton of Hesleyside who d 1614)
a. William Errington of Walwick Grange
  m. Elizabeth Howard (dau of Francis Howard of Corby Castle (who d 1702), m2. Michael Ann of Bramanbiggin (who dvpsp bur 19.03.1711))
  (1) Edward Errington of Walwick Grange possibly of this generation
  m. Elizabeth (Haughton?) (who m2. (c03.1714-5) Edward Charlton of Hexham who bur 17.08.1744) ## see here ##
  (A) William Errington of Walwick (d by 1740) possibly of this generation
  m. (17.10.1731) Isabella Bacon (dau of John Bacon of Staward, m2. Rev. Richard Werge)
  b. Mary Errington (dau of Edward Errington of Walwick Grange) possibly of this generation
  m. William Charlton of Longlea, later of Hesleyside (a 06.1682, m2./m3.)
  ii. Margaret Errington of Wallick (a 1558, sister/heir of William Errington and/or Roger of Walwick) possibly of this generation
  m. John Carr of Woodhall
B. Gerard Errington of Heale, Wiltshire
  m. Margaret Greene (dau of William Greene of Standlynch)
  i. Nicholas Errington
  m. Elianor Stockton (dau of John Stockton of Downton)
  a. Gerard Errington of Salterton in Durnford
  m1/2. (1604) Ann Young (dau of Edward Young of Little Durnford)
  (1)+ issue
  m2/1. Ann Claville of the Isle of Purbeck, Dorset
  (2)+ other issue



This section first uploaded 02.06.24.
John Davy or Davys of Tisbury, Wiltshire (a 1517, 1541, d before 1570)
m. Matilda (bur 18.05.1570) widow of John, presumed mother of ...
1. John Davys of Tisbury (a 1517, d 1580)
m. Mary Bennett (dau of John Bennett of Pythouse)
  A. Edward Davys (bpt 06.12.1566) had issue
  m. (1599) Joan Cave of Gillingham
  B. Matthew Davys (a 1607, d unm, Vicar of Writtle
  C. Sir John Davys or Davies, later of Englefield (Berkshire) (bpt 016.04.1569, d 07.12.1626, MP, Speaker of the House of Commons, Attorney General for Ireland)
  Some cross-references to Sir John suggest that he was Lord Chancellor of Ireland but this appears to be confusion with his role as Attorney General for Ireland.
  m. Eleanor Tuchet (d 05.07.1652, dau of George Tuchet, Baron Audley, later 1st Earl of Castlehaven)
'Wilts' shows that, apart from Lucy, John & Eleanor had 1 son who d young. HoP ("John Davies") reports that they had 2 sons, one (d infant) whilst the other dvp with no indication that he had married or had children, Lucy being identified as their heir. 'History of the Munros of Fowlis' (Alexander Mackenzie, 1898, p293) indicates that one of their sons had a daughter, as shown in italics below, but we suspect that that is wrong. HoP indicates that here has been confusion between different John Davys/Davieses of this period.
  i. son (d infant)
  ii. Sir John Davis of Whitehall possibly fits here
  a. Mary Davis
  m. David Monro of Allan (b 1640, Captain)
  iii. Lucy Davies
  m. (07.08.1623) Ferdinando Hastings, 6th Earl of Huntingdon
  D. Mary Davies probably of this generation
  m. (1591) Thomas Combe of Chicksgrove in Tisbury (bpt 21.08.1570, bur 26.09.1593)
2. Robert Davys (a 1517, 1541)

Main source(s):
(1) For Lindsay of Kinnettles : as reported above with cross-references from elsewhere in the database
(2) For Ouchterlony of Bere Regis: 'The Ouchterlonys of that ilk' (Harald Jan Haraldson, 2022, p191+)
(3) For Crosland : 'Ducatus Leodiensis' (Ralph Thoresby, 1715, p126)
(4) For Errington : 'Wilts' (vol 2 (1825), 'Pedigree of Errington of Walwick Grange, co. Northumberland', p142/424) with cross-references from elsewhere in the database
(5) For Davys/Davies : Wilts' (vol 4 (1829), p136/164)
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