'BZmisc12'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Beaupre of Outwell, Bosvile of Chevet, Badcock of Little Missenden, Badcock of Maplethorpe Hall, Blague of Hollinger/Horringer, Benn of Moor Row

                               
Senulph de Lyn (a temp Henry II who r. 1154-1189)
1. Robert fitz Senulph de Lyn
  A. Warren fitz Robert (dvp)
  i. Gilbert de Lyn
  m. Richill (dau of Ernald Bardwell)
  a. John
  m. Christian (dau of Sir Thomas St. Omer)
  (1) Richard 'Beawpre' (d temp Edward II who r. 1307-1327)
  m. Katherine Mountfort (dau of Osbert Mountfort)
  (A) Sir Thomas Beaupre (d temp Richard II who r. 1377-1399)
  m. Joane Bolbiech (dau of Richard Holbiech of Lincolnshire)
  (i) Nicholas Beaupre (b by 1362, d 1428-9)
  m. Margaret (dau of Richard Holbiech or Holdich)
(a) Thomas Beaupre (d 1470-1)
  m. Margaret Meeres (dau of John Meeres of Lincolnshire)
  ((1)) Thomas or John Beaupre
  m. Margaret Ashfield (dau of Robert Ashfield or Ashfeild of Stow Langtofte)
((A)) Nicholas Beaupre
  m. Margaret Foderinghay (dau of Thomas Foderinghay of Southacre, Alderford & Dorwards Hall)
  ((i)) Edmund Beaupre of Well or Outwell
  m1. Margery Wiseman (dau of Sir John Wiseman)
((a)) Catherine Beaupre
  m. Edmund (not Nicholas) Wright
  ((b)) Mary Beaupre
  m. Richard Barwick of Suffolk
  ((c)) Anne Beaupre
  m. Nicholas Wright
  ((d))+ other issue - 2 sons (dsp), Elizabeth (d unm)
  m2. Katherine Bedingfeild (dau of Philip Bedingfeild)
  ((g)) Dorothy Beaupre
  m1. Sir Robert Bell, later of Beaupre Hall (d 1577)
  m2. Sir John Peyton of Doddington
  ((2)) Jane Beaupre
  B. Symon fitz Robert
  i. John
2. Walter fitz Senulph

 

 

Sir John Bosvile of Cheet or Chevet
m. Constance Mountney (dau of John Mountney, son of Sir John of Stoke by Constance)
Visitation shows Sir John as father of John (m. dau of Percival Amias) by Constance. However, this may be the John who was father of William (who m. Elizabeth Amyas, dau of Percival of netherton) by Joan Radcliffe of Ordsall.
1. John Bosvile
  m. _ Amias (dau of Percival Amias of Yorkshire)
  A. John or James Bosvile of Chevet
  m. Joan Radcliff (dau of Radcliff of Ordsall)
i. William Bosvile of Chevet
  m. ?? Beaston (dau of Beaston of Beaston, Yorkshire)
  a. Elizabeth Bosvile
  m. Sir John Nevile of Chevet
  b. Alice Bosvile
  m. Robert Nevill of Ragnall or Regnell
  ii. Elizabeth Bosvile apparently of this generation
  m. William Beeston
2.+ other issue (dsp) - Thomas, Achilles

 

 

Richard Badcock of London (d 12.08.1722)
m. (c1713) Jane Lovell (bpt 05.06.1687, dau of Sir Salathiel Lovell of Harleston)
1. Richard Lovell Badcock of Twickenham & Maplethorpe Hall (Lincolnshire) (d 07.09.149)
  m. (1742-3) Mary Lovell (dau of Samuel Lovell of Kensington)
  A. Lovell Badcock of Little Missenden Abbey (Buckinghamshire) & Maplethorpe Hall, Sheriff of Buckinghamshire (b 1744, d unm 1797)
  B. Thomas Stanhope Badcock of Little Missenden Abbey & Maplethorpe Hall, Sheriff of Buckinghamshire (bpt 1749, d 13.04.1821)
  m. (17.02.1780/1782) Anne Buckle (dau of William Buckle of Mythe House & Chasely by Anne, dau of George Turberville)
  i. Lovell Benjamin Badcock (a 04.1821, Lt. Colonel)
  ii. William Stanhope Badcock or Lovell (Captain RN) had issue
  m. (02.01.1822) Selina Harpur (dau of Sir Henry Harpur, later Crewe, Bart of Calke Abbey)
  iii. Anne Badcock
  m. (21/26.09.1809) Sir Jasper Nicolls (Major General)
  iv. Sophia Badcock
  m. (08/09.06.1814) Rev. James Duke Coleridge (son of Colonel (James) of Heaths Court)
  C. Mary Badcock
  m. Rev. Richard Gardner

 

 

Robert Blague (a 1440, Baron of the Exchequer)
m1. Katherine Browne (dau/heir of Thomas Browne of Sussex)
m2. Acelye Brooke (dau of Sir John Brooke, Lord Cobham)
1. Sir George Blague
  m. Dorothy Badbye (dau of William Bedbye, widow of Richard Goodricke, m3. Sir Ambrose Jermin)
  A. Henry Blague of Hollinger, Suffolk
m. Hester Jermin (dau of Sir Ambrose Jermin)
  i. Ambrose Blague of Hollinger or Horringer
  m1. ??
  a. Thomas Blague or Blagge of Horringer, Governor of Wallingford Castle (Colonel)
  m. Mary North (dau of Sir Roger North by Elizabeth Gilbert)
  (1) Henrietta Maria Blagge (eldest)
  m. Sir Thomas Yarburgh of Snaith
  (2) Mary Blagge probably of this family, of this generation
  m. Adam Colclough of Gray's Inn
  (3) Margaret Blagge (b 02.08.1652, d 09.09.1678, youngest)
m. (16.05.1675) Sydney Godolphin, 1st Earl of Godolphin (b 1645, d 15.09.1712)
  (4)+ 2 daughters
  m2. ??
  b.+ other issue
  ii. Dorothy Blague
  m. Thomas Butler
  B. Judith Blague
  m. Sir Robert Jermin of Rushbrooke
  C. Hester Blague
  m. Charles Legrice of Brockdish

 

 

Thomas Benn of Moor Row, Cumberland
1. Robert Benn (dsp)
2. John Benn of Moor Row, Whitehaven
m. Mary Grayson (dau of William Grayson of Whitehaven)
  A. William Benn of Moor Row (bur 04.1759)
  m. Mary Nicholson (bur 02.1804, dau of Timothy Nicholson by Mary, dau of William Brownrigg of Armathwaite)
  i. Sir John Benn, later Walsh, 1st Bart of Ormathwaite (b 10.02.1759, d 07.06.1825)
  m. (07.1778) Margaret Fowke (d 29.09.1836, dau of Joseph Fowke of Bexley (by Elizabeth, dau of Joseph Walsh (Governor of Madras), son of Enoch Walsh, sister of Francis (Walsh) of Mayfair & Warfield MP), sister of Francis (Fowke) of Mayfair & Beaughroot Castle)
  a. Sir John Walsh, 1st Lord Ormathwaite (b 09.12.1798, d 03.02.1881, MP) had issue
  m. (09.11.1825) Jean Grey (d 22.06.1877, dau of George Harry Grey, 6th Earl of Stamford & Warrington)
  b. Elizabeth Walsh (b 21.05.1795, d 26.12.1855)
  m. (1821) George Digby (Captain RN, son of William, Dean of Durham)
  ii. Mary Benn (d 1818)
  m. Rev. Clement Watts

Main source(s):
(1) For Beaupre (uploaded 24.02.06) : Visitation (Norfolk, 1563+1589+1613, Bell & Beaupre)
(2) For Bosvile (upoaded 18.10.06) : Visitation (Nottinghamshire, 1569+1614, Nevell)
(3) For Badcock (uploaded 01.03.08) : Commoners (vol III, Badcock of Lincolnshire and Bucks.), Lipscomb (Bucks, vol 2, 'Pedigree of Pakington of Lovell, Badcock and Lovell', p115)
(4) For Blague (uploaded 10.11.08) : Commoners (vol III, Yarburgh of Heslington)
(5) For Benn (uploaded 08.03.17) : BP1934 ('Ormathwaite'), Betham's 'Baronetage' (vol 5 (supp 1805), 'Walsh of Armathwaite, Cumberland, and Warfield, Berkshire', p582*)
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