'Boothby1'
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Families covered: Boothby of Ashbourne, Boothby of Broadlow Ash, Boothby of Marchington

Presumably related to Thomas Botheby of Marchington (a 1558) was ...
Thomas Boothby of Marchington (d before 06.11.1584)
m(2). Joanne who may not have been mother of ...
1. Richard Boothby of Marchington (a 1597) had issue
2. Robert Boothby of Uttoexeter (d by 1589) had issue
3. William Boothby of London (d 08.1597)
  m. Judith Austen (dau of Sir Thomas Austen of Oxley)
  A. William Boothby of Langley (bpt 08.3.1587, d 23.08.1623)
  B. Thomas Boothby of Tooley Park, Leicestershire (bpt 15.10.1589, d 1651/2)
  m. Magdalen Street (dau of Edward Street of Kidlington)
  i. Thomas Boothby of Tooley Park (b c1642, d 1696)
  m. Magdalen Colclough (dau of Adam Colclough of Delfhouse)
  The following comes from a site which identifies the following Thomas as founder of the Quorn Hunt.
a. Thomas Boothby of Tooley Park (b 1681, d 1752) had issue (but dspm?)
  Thomas's 1st wife is identified as an heiress from Staffordshire. This was probably ...
  m1. Elizabeth Skrymshire (dau of Sir Charles Skrymshire of Norbury)
  m2. ?? (cousin)
  m3. ?? of Staffordshire
  C. (Sir) Henry Boothby of Clater Close, 'Bart' (bpt 24.06.1594, d 03.09.1648)
  BP1934 reports that Sir Henry was created a baronet by King Charles I but that the baronetcy was not sealed because of the civil war.
  m. (c1638) Mary Hayes (dau of Sir Thomas Hayes, Lord Mayor of London)
i. Sir William Boothby, 1st Bart of Broadlow Ash (d 24.03.1706-7)
  m1. (by 1653) Frances Milward (bur 11.09.1654, dau of Col. John Milward of Snitterton)
  a. Francis Boothby of Peterborough (b 1654, dvp 1684)
  m. (c09.1678) Anne Child (dau of Thomas Child of Dogsthorpe)
  (1) Sir Henry Boothby, 2nd Bart of Broadlow Ash (b 1682, d unm bur 25.11.1710)
  m2. (c12.1657) Hill Brooke (d 14.05.1704, dau of Sir William Brooke)
  Hill was heiress of the barony of Cobham and co-heir of the baronies of Strabogli and Burgh.
  b. James Boothby of Ashbourne (dvp bur 04.03.1687-8)
  m. (23.04.1685) Meriell Vernon (dau of George Vernon of Sudbury)
  (1) Margaret Boothby (bpt 22.09.1686, d infant)
  c. Sir William Boothby, 3rd Bart of Broadlow Ash (bpt 01.01.1663-4, d 1731)
  m. (1695) Frances Williams (dau of Sir Trevor Williams, 1st Bart of Llangibby)
(1) Gore Boothby (bpt 24.07.1698, dvp bur 19.08.1730)
  m. (11.06.1720) Elizabeth Bury (dau of John Bury of Nottingham)
  (A) Sir William Boothby, 4th Bart of Broadlow Ash (bpt 04.05.1721, d unm 15.04.1787, Major General)
  (2) Frances Boothby (bpt 22.11.1696)
  m. (09.1715) William Thorp or Thorpe of Nottingham (bur 29.12.1746)
  (A) Mary Thorpe (b 25.10.1716, d 17.02.1789)
  m. (20.05.1736) Gervase Disney of Pontefract (b 18.08.1709, d 04.11.1786)
  The baronies of Cobham, Strabogli and Burgh were successfully claimed in the early 20th century by 3 of their descendants, one for each barony.
  (3)+ other issue - Cobham (bpt 26.03.1689, bur 02.06.1689), Robert (bpt 06.07.1695, d 24.07.1695)
  d. Brooke Boothby of Ashbourne (bpt 08.01.1670, bur 10.10.1727)
  m1. Anne Cavendish (dsps, dau of Henry Cavendish of Doveridge)
  m2. Elizabeth Fitzherbert (dau of John Fitzherbert of Somersall Herbert)
  (1) Sir Brooke Boothby, 5th Bart of Broadlow Ash (bpt 08.11.1710, d 09.04.1789)
  m1. (13.10.1737) Anne Byard of Derby (dsp 04.10.1739)
  m2. (1742) Phoebe Hollins (d 05.05.1788, dau of William Hollins of Moseley)
(A) Sir Brooke Boothby, 6th Bart of Broadlow Ash (b 03.06.1744, d 23.01.1824)
  m. (1784) Susanna Bristoe (dau of Robert Bristoe of Hampshire)
  (i) Penelope Boothby (b 11.041785, d 19.03.1791)
  (B) Sir William Boothby, 7th Bart of Broadlow Ash (b 04.03.1745-6, d 17.03.1824, Major)
  m. (14.05.1781) Rafela Del Gardo (bur 30.03.1829, dau of Don Miguel Del Gardo of Mahon, Minorca)
  (i) Sir William Boothby, 8th Bart of Broadlow Ash (b 25.03.1782, d 21.04.1846) had issue
  m1. (29.01.1805) Fanny Jenkinson (d 02.01.1838, dau of Col. John Jenkinson)
  m2. (15.10.1844, sp) Louisa Cranstoun Macnamara (d 16.01.1858, dau of Frederick Hayes Macnamara, actress)
  (ii) Brooke Boothby (b 15.03.1784, d 04.01.1829, prebendary of Southwell) had issue
  m. (04.11.1816) Louisa Henrietta Venables-Vernon (d 06.03.1861, dau of Henry Venables-Vernon, 3rd Lord of Kinderton)
(iii) Charles Boothby (b 20.02.1786, d 19.08.1846, vicar of Sutteron, rector of Barnoldby, prebendary of Southwell) probably of this generation, had issue
  m. (24.10.1820) Marianna Catherine Beridge (b 12.1800, a 1876, dau of Rev. Basil Beridge of Algakirk)
  (iv) Louisa Rafela Boothby (b 1787, d 30.04.1870)
  (C) daughter possibly of this generation
  m. Joseph Greaves of Aston-on-Trent
  e.+ other issue - William (bpt 05.05.1662, d 06.08.1662), Charles (bpt 05.09.1665, d unm 05.07.1686, captain), Henry (bpt 19.11.1669, bur 20.05.1701)
  ii. Judith Boothby
  m. Thomas Fox of Tamworth
  D. Richard Boothby of Potters Marston (bpt 20.06.1596, d 1642/8)
  m. Ellen Curson (sister of Sir John Curson or Curzon of Kedleston)
  i. William Boothby had issue
  ii. Richard Boothby had issue
  iii. Judith Boothby
  m. Christopher Horne of Birmingham
  E. Robert Boothby of Broadlow Ash (b 1597/8, d unm 15.08.1640)
4. Thomas Boothby of Friday Hill (d before 28.10.1625) had issue
5. Henry Boothby of Marchington (d before 1597)
6.+ 4 daughters

Main source(s): BP1934 (Boothby) with a little input from Visitation (Staffordshire, 1664, Boothby)
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