'Garth2'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Garth (Garth-Colleton) of Haynes Hill (Haines Hill), Garth of Headlam

Richard Garth of Headlam, Durham
m. _ Buck of Sadberge (Sedbergh?)
1. William Garth of Headlam (d c1625)
  m. Margaret Eden (dau of Robert Eden of West Aukland)
  A. John Garth of Headlam (d 30.09.1664)
  m. Elizabeth Bate (dau of William Bate of Easeby)
  i. William Garth of Headlam (b 1626-7, a 08.1666)
  m. Mary Jopson (dau of Thomas Jopson of Cudworth, sister of Sir William, Bart)
  a.+ issue (a 08.1666) - Jonathan (b c11.1665), Triphosa (b c1658)
  ii. Francis Garth of Bolam, Durham - continued below
  m. Barbara Hutton (dau of Raphe Hutton in Durham)
  iii. Cuthbert Garth of Richmond
  m. Margaret of Richmond (coheir)
  iv. Henry Garth of Morton Palmes, Durham
  m. Elinor Shipton (dau of Thomas Shipton of Lythe near Whitby)
  v. Mary Garth
  m. James Wilkinson of Kyrkbrigg
  vi. Elizabeth Garth
  B. William Garth (youngest son?)
  i. Margaret Garth
  m. Thomas Mowbray in Wardell
  C. Jane Garth
  m. William Bankes of Rockwood
  D.+ other issue - Richard, Roger, Charles



Francis Garth of Bolam, Durham - continued below
m. Barbara Hutton (dau of Raphe Hutton in Durham)
The following connection is speculative but appears to be reasonable. Wikipedia ("Sir Samuel Garth") reports that Sir Samuel, who must have been reasonably well connected to have obtained his position, was born in Bolam and the dates fit to show him as son of Francis though, of course, it is possible that he was nephew or some other relation.
1. Sir Samuel Garth of Edgcott, Buckinghamshire (b 1661, d 18.01.1719, physician to King George I, poet)
  The following connection comes from VCH (Warwickshire, vol 6, 'Parishes: Milverton').
  m. Martha Beaufoy (sister/heir of Sir Henry Beaufoy of Milverton).
  A. Martha Beaufoy Garth
  m. William Boyle (d 1725, grandson of 1st Earl of Orrery)
A younger brother of Sir was ...
2. Thomas Garth of Harrold, Bedfordshire (d 1731, Colonel)
  m. Elizabeth Colleton (dau of Thomas Colleton of Barbados, son of Sir John, Bart)
A. John Garth of Devizes (b 1701, d 24.12.1764, MP)
  m. (1730) Rebecca Brompton (dau/coheir of John Brompton of Whitton by dau of Chief Justice Sir Richard Raynsford)
  i. Charles Garth of Devizes (b c1734, d 09.03.1784, MP, 2nd son?)
  m. (29.11.1764) Fanny Cooper (dau of John Cooper of Camberwell)
The 'History of Parliament' web site reports that Charles & Fanny had 3 sons & 4 daughters. It is known that the following Charles and his brother Thomas were descended from the above-mentioned Elizabeth Colleton as that was the reason why they inherited Haynes Hill. The dates make it likely that they were children of this Charles & Fanny.
  a. Charles Garth, later Garth-Colleton of Haynes Hill (aka Haines Hill), Berkshire (dspm 1818) who appears to have married ...
  m. (1806) Charlotte Jemima Pole-Carew (dau of Reginald Pole, later Pole-Carew of Antony)
  b. Thomas Colleton Garth, later of Haynes Hill (d 1841, Captain RN) had issue
  m. (18.04.1820) Charlotte Maitland (b 1799, d 1868, dau of General Frederick Maitland)
  c.+ 1 son and 4 daughters
  ii.+ other issue - George (b c1733, d 1819, General), Thomas (b 1744, d 1829, General), Elizabeth (b 1739, d 1790), Frances (bpt 01.1744, bur 1768), daughter
  B. Mary Garth (bur 16.10.1738) possibly of this generation
  m1. George Evelyn of Nutfield & Rook's Nest (d 1724)
  m2. (08.08.1727) Charles Boone (d 08.10.1735)

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section : Visitation (Durham, 1575+1615+1666, Garth of Headlam)
(2) For lower section : various web sites, in particular HoP
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