'Cradock02'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Cradock of Caverswall Castle, Cradock of Durham, Cradock of Hartforth, Cradock of Newhouses

Identified as brother of Sir Miles Cradock, one of the founders of Nantwich Church in Cheshire, was ...
John Cradock (a 1446)
1. John Cradock (a 1471)
  A. Richard Cradock (a 1500)
  i. Thomas Cradock (2nd son?)
  a. Thomas Cradock
  m. Emma Meverell (dau of Nicholas Meverell)
(1) Matthew Cradock of Stafford
  m. _ Peake
  (A) George Cradock of Stafford
  m. Jane Jollye (dau of John Jollye of Leeke)
(i) Matthew Cradock of Caverswall Castle, Mayor of Stafford (d 16.04.1643)
  m. (28.04.1612) Elizabeth Fowler (dau of Richard Fowler of Harnedge (Harnage) Grange)
  (a) George Cradock of Caverswall Castle
  m. Dorothy Saunders (dau of John Saunders, Provost of Oriel College, she m2. Sir Orlando Bridgeman, Lord Keeper)
  ((1)) Dorothy Cradock (d 24.01.1673)
  m. (29.07.1658) Sir Thomas Slingsby, Bart of Scriven (b 1636, bur 1687-8)
  ((2)) Elizabeth Cradock
  m. Robert, Viscount Cholmondeley
  ((3)) George Cradock
  m. (1663) Sir John Bridgeman (b 1631, d 1710, son of Sir Orlando)
  (b) Mary Cradock (bpt 15.11.1616)
  (B) Thomas Cradock
  (2) Mary Cradock
m. Richard Floyer
  ii.+ other issue - Richard (a 1530), William
  Presuming that the above-mentioned Richard (a 1500) was the same person as the Richard (a 1500) mentioned in Commoners as the progenitor of the Cradocks of Hartforth, it is thought that either Richard or William was probably father of ...
a. John Cradocke of Doe Park grandson of Richard, "went into Yorkshire, and lived at Doe Park"
  m. Alice Tempest (dau of Roger Tempest of Holmside)
  (1) John Cradocke of Doe Park
  m. Elizabeth Rayne (dau of George Rayne of Thringarth)
  (A) John Cradocke of Newhouses (Baldersdale, Yorkshire) and/or Gainford (d c06.1604)
  m. Anne Latus (dau of Anthony Latus of Beck in Millum)
  (i) William Cradock(e) of Newhouse(s) had issue
  (ii) Anthony Cradock of Woodhouses, co. Durham
  Visitation shows Anthony as older than John but Commoners shows them the other way round.
  m1. _ Dickinson (dau of _ Dickinson of Salthouse)
  m2. Anne Williamson (dau of _ Williamson of St. Ellen Auckland)
  (a)+ issue - John of Bishop Aukland, William
  (iii) John Cradock (d 28.12.1627) - continued below
  m. Margaret Bateman (dau of William Bateman of Wensleydale, widow of _ Robinson)



John Cradock (d 28.12.1627, Archdeacon of Northumberland, Chancellor of Durham) - continued above
m. Margaret Bateman (dau of William Bateman of Wensleydale, widow of _ Robinson)
1. Richard Cradock of Durham (bpt 10.04.1592, d 1624)
  m. Dorothy Heath (dau of Thomas Heath of Kepyer)
  A. Anne Cradock (bpt 22.07.1623)
  m. John Harrison of Scarborough
  B.+ 2 daughters
2. John Cradock (dsp c1656, 3rd son)
  m. Dorothy Wright (dau of William Wright of Cumberland, she m2. Lancelot Hilton)
3. Toby Cradock of Gray's Inn (d 08.1670)
  m. _ Bourne of London
A. Richard Cradock (a 1672)
  i. William Cradock of Gilling (d 08.07.1736)
  m. (1715) Mary Sheldon (dau of Gilbert Sheldon of St. Andrew's Holborn) ## here? ##
  a. Sheldon Cradock of Hartforth, Yorkshire (d 03.1752)
  m1. (after 11.1739) Elizabeth Place (bur 11.12.1742, dau of Rev. Edward Place of Bedale)
  (1) Sheldon Cradock of Hartforth (b 19.10.1741, d 12.06.1814)
m. Elizabeth Wilkinson (b c1752, d 25.08.1812, dau of Christopher Wilkinson of Thorpe-on-Tees by Isabella, dau of Wingate Pulleine of Carlton)
  (A) Sheldon Cradock of Hartforth (b 27.09.1777, Colonel, MP)
  (B) Christopher Cradock (b 30.03.1783, d unm 02.02.1810)
  (C) Margaret Cradock
  m. Rev. William Lax (professor)
  (D) Anne Cradock (dsp)
  m. William Tweddell of Unthank
  (E) Elizabeth Cradock
  m. William Innes of Sandside
  (F) Isabella Cradock
  m. John Prince of Shincliffe Hall (RN)
  (2) William Cradock (d unm, Captain)
  (3) Mary Cradock
  m. William Innes of Sandside
m2. Sarah Williamson (dau of _ Williamson of Follyfoot, widow of _ Moseley)
  (4) Marmaduke Cradock of Harperley (bpt 05.03.1746)
  m1. (25.10.1768) Dorothy Firbank (d 20.09.1775)
  (A) Dorothy Cradock
  m1. John Brown of Forcet
  m2. John Waite of Huddersfield
  (B)+ other issue (d unm) - Marmaduke (b 27.08.1770, d 1806), John (b 26.05.1772, d 1801)
  m2. (03.10.1776) Margaretta Waddington (d 07.02.1826, dau of Samuel Waddington by Sarah, dau of Sir John Tyrwhitt, Bart of Stainfield)
(D) Joseph Cradock of London (b 07.1781) had issue
  m. Hannah Redman (dau of Charles Redman of Newark)
  (E) Charles Cradock of Denmark Hill (b 04.07.1783) had issue
  m. Anna Clark (dau of William Clark of Barforth)
  (F) Juliana Cradock
  m. Jonathan Brown (major)
  (G)+ other issue - Mary, Harriett, Jessy Margaretta
b. Mary Cradock (b 1718/9, d 12.03.1745)
  m. (09.12.1740) Gilbert Jodrell 'of Ankerwyke'
4. Sir Joseph Cradock of Richmond, "sometime of Harperley" (b 1605, bur 16.04.1686, commissary of Richmond archdeaconry)
  m1. Elizabeth Cruse (bur 16.02.1643, dau of Robert Cruse of London)
  A. Thomas Cradock of Durham (bpt 08.04.1633, dsp 25.02.1689)
  m1. Sibilla Clarke (dau of Rev. Gabriel Clarke of Durham)
  m2. (21.12.1671) Dorothy Heath (dau of Nicholas Heath of Little Eden)
  B. Joseph Cradock (bpt 01.06.1634, d unm)
  C. Elizabeth Cradock
  m. Ralph Hutton of Mainsforth
D. Margaret Cradock
  m. (29.01.1649) Ralph Bowes of Bradley Hall (d 1681)
  E. Anne Cradock
  m. Thomas Musgrave (prebendary of Durham, dean of Carlisle, son of Sir Philip, Bart)
  m2. Jane Maxton (dau of Rev. Anthony Maxton of Wolsingham)
  F. Jane Cradock
  m1. Thomas Thwenge of Kilton Castle (d befoer 30.05.1678)
  m2. (George) Tocketts of Tocketts
  m3. (06.02.1696) Theophilus Young
  G. Peregrina Cradock (d 16.06.1704)
  m. (21.08.1675) Sir William Chaytor, Bart of Croft (d 1720)
  H. Maxton Cradock (d young)
5. Margaret Cradock
  m. John Robson (rector of Morpeth, chaplain to King Charles I)
6.+ other issue - Francis (bpt 05.06.1597, dsp), Anne (bpt 16.09.1599), Jane (bpt 28.06.1609)

Main source(s): Visitation (Staffordshire, 1614, Cradock of Stafford), Commoners (vol iv, Cradock of Hartforth) with some support from Visitation (Yorkshire, 1665-6, Cradock of Richmond)
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