'Alsop2'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Alsop of Church Langton, Allsopp of Loughborough

Nichols identifies the arms of the following family as "Sable, three doves Argent, wings expanded, legged and beaked Gules".
William Alsop, Mayor of Leicester (a 1665, 1677)
m. Dorothy
1. Nathaniel Alsop (d 1710, rector of Church Langton)
  m. (1671) Joanna Gregory (dau of Thomas Gregory of Norton-by-Galby by Milicent, dau of Robert Pleydell of Holy Rood Ampney)
A. George Alsop (d 19.08.1724, rector of Church Langton)
  m. (20.11.1711) Catharine Brudenell (b 1685, bur 17.02.1723, dau/coheir of Edmond Brudenell of Newark by Mary, dau of Thomas Staveley of Belgrave)
  i. Nathaniel Alsop of Chirch Langton (bpt 10.04.1716, dsp 1737)
  ii. Catharine Alsop (b 1712, bur 08.08.1770)
  m. (1747) Thomas Ayre of Gaddesby (bur 20.06.1769)
  a. Thomas Ayre (bpt 03.10.1751, bur 12.10.1751)
  b. Catharine Ayre (bpt 25.11.1754)
  m. (26.06.1776) Edward Bromhead of Lincoln (clerk)
(1)+ issue - Thomas Ayre (b 02.08.1793), Catharine (b 20.01.1779), Maria (b 23.09.1791)
  iii. Mary Alsop (bpt 29.09.1713, bur 06.04.1782)
  m. 02.07.1741) Christopher Pegge (b c1713, d 10.03.1741-2, cleric)
  iv. Joanna Alsop
  m. (02.047.1741) Rev. Philip Bliss
  B. daughter
  m. _ Carte (clerk)
  C. daughter
  m. Peter Clarke
  D. Anne Alsop
  m. Samuel Heyrick (rector of Lodington)
  E.+ other issue (d unm) - William (a 1705, cleric), Mary (d 30.05.1751), Elizabeth (d 02.06.1751), Arabella (b c1687, d 27.05.1763)



?? Allsopp of Allsope in the Dale, Derbyshire
m. Thomasine Browne (bur 27.11.1751, dau of Thomas Browne of Stretton)
1. Thomas Allsopp of Loughborough (b c1700, d 04.03.1757)
  m1. Anne Ayre (dau of Thomas Ayre of Tilton)
  A.+ issue including Thomas of Loughborough (b 1727-8, d 22.05.1777)
m2. Elizabeth Glenn (b 1698-9, d 18.06.1782, dau of Rev. Andrew Glenn of Hatherne)
  B. Mary Allsopp (b 1736-7, d 05.08.1796)
  m1. Samuel Phillips of Garendon (dsp 16.03.1774)
  m2. (07.1776) Sir William Gordon
  C.+ other issue
2. William Browne Allsopp (vicar of Abkettleby then rector of Stretton)
m. Lucy Newby (b c1709, d 18.03.1770, dau of Rev. Isaac Newby of Abkettleby by Susan, probably dau of Clifton Harcourt)
  A.+ issue including Charles (rector of Ashby Parva, vicar of Shepshead)
3. Mary Allsopp (dsp)
  m. Thomas Docksey of Snelston then Licfield
4. Martha Allsopp (d unm)
5. Jane Allsopp
  m1. Robert Bakewell of Swepston
  A. Robert Bakewell of Swepston' of Gresley Hall (b c1730, d 04.11.1793)
  m. Harriott (Henrietta) Inge (bpt 02.03.1742-3, d 22.01.1762, dau of T(heodore) W(illiam) Inge)
  i. Frances Harriott Bakewell
  m2. Charles Allen (rector of Tugby)
  B.+ other issue

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section (uploaded 02.04.23) : 'History and Antiquities of the County of Leicester' (John NichoÏs, vol 2, part 2, 1798, 'Pedigree of Alsop of Church Langton', p694*)
(2) For lower section (uploaded 23.07.23) : 'History and Antiquities of the County of Leicester' (John Nichols, vol 3, part 2, 1804, 'Pedigree of Browne of Stretton en le Field', facing p1029)
Back to top of page