'IZmisc01'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Irvine of Midbrake, Irvine of North Yell, Iwardby (Ewerby) of Missenden, Iwardby of Quainton, Ireland of Brislington, Iveson of Black Bank, Iveson of Leeds

Peter Irvine
m. Margaret Skedaway
1. Thomas Irvine of North Yell
  m. (20/30.01.1745) Mary Dunbar (dau of James Dunbar of Weathersta by Barbara, dau/heir of George Speke of Midbrake)
  A. James Irvine of Midbrake (b 21.11.1745)
  m. (04.01.1789) Elizabeth Gauden (dau of Gilbert Gauden of Overland)
  i. Thomas Irvine, last of Midbrake
  ii. Gilbert William Irvine of Melby Cottage had issue
  m. Margaret Hoseason (dau of William Hoseason of Dalsetter)
  iii. Alexander Ludovick Irvine had issue
  m. Sarah Maria Creak of London
  iv. Bruce Barbara Irvine
  B. Alexander Irvine of Papal, North Yell (b 14.03.1749, 3rd son)
  i. Mary Barbara Irvine (d 16.10.1860)
  C. Andrew Irvine in Lerwick (b 22.02.1760, d 27.11.18560, 6th son)
  m. (22.04.1798) Joanna Elizabeth Henry (dau of John Thomas Henry of Foratwall)
  i. Lilias Irvine (b after 1814)
  m. John Thomas Henry of Burrastow (cousin)
  ii.+ other issue - Alexander Cumming (b 13.03.1799, d 03.03.1830), Thomas (b 01.12.1800), John William (b 29.03.1808, d unm 28.05.1846, MD), William Andrew (b 02.10.1814, d 15.11.1831), Margaret Catherine of Bellevue (d 04.1872), Mary Elizabeth of Bellevue
  D.+ other issue - William (b 20.01.1747), Ludovick (b 10.06.1754), George (b 07.05.1758), Barbara (b 09.11.1751), Margaret (b 29.03.1756, d 1770)



John Iwardby (or Ewerby) of Maple Durham, Oxfordshire
m. Jane Annesley (dau/coheir of Sir Hugh Annesley)
1. John Iwardby or Everby of Missenden, Buckinghamshire (b 1386, d by 1435?)
  m. Katherine Missenden (d 10.07.1436, dau/heir of Sir Bernard Missenden of Mussenden of Missenden, Brackenborough, etc by Isabell Frome)
  A. John Iwardby
(1) John is mentioned by Maddison but not by Lipscomb. There is confusion over the identity of the Sir John Iwardby of Quainton, Purley & Farley-Chamberlayne whose dau/heir was the undermentioned Joan. VCH (Hampshire, vol 4, 'Parishes: Farley Chambelayne') indicates that John of Quainton who died in 1485 (shown below) had a son John (d 1525) who was the father of Joan. However, Lipscomb, Maddison & VCH (Buckinghamshire, vol 2, 'Parishes: Great Missenden') all report that that John (d 1485) had 3 daughters who were his coheirs (as below). VCH (Surrey, vol 3, 'Parishes: Ewell') reports that a John Iwardby took possession of a manor called Fitznells in 1438 and was succeeded in it by his son John and that Joan, the daughter of Sir John Iwardby (presumably that son John), held it in 1542. That supports the view that it was this John (son of Katherine Missenden) who was father of Sir John, father of Joan. Provisionally we show that to have been the case but, not least because of the inconsistencies within VCH, this should not be viewed as 'proven'.
(2) This is possibly the John Iwarby of Mapledurham who married Katherine Nevill, dau of Edward, 3rd Lord Bergavenny.
  i. Sir John Iwardby of Quainton, Purley & Farley-Chamberlayne (d 1525?)
  VCH (Berkshire, vol 3, 'Parishes: Purley') identifies Sir John's wife as ...
  m. Sanchea Carew (d before 1514, dau of Nicholas Carew of Great Purley, sister/coheir of Nicholas)
  a. Joan Iwardby
  m1. Sir John St. John of Lydiard Tregoze (b 1473, d 1512)
m2. Nicholas Saunders of Ewell
  B. Nicholas Iwardby of Quainton, Buckinghamshire (bur 10.05.1462)
  m. Elizabeth Hampden (d 08.12.1466, dau of John Hampden of Hampden (by Elizabeth, dau of Sir John Whalesborough), m2. Thomas Salendine)
  i. John Iwardby of Quainton (d (Bosworth?) 22.08.1485)
  m. Joane Brudenell (a 1522, dau of Edmund Brudenell of Stoke Mandeville by Philippa Englefield)
  a. Elizabeth Iwardby (b c1475)
  m1. William Elmes of Lifford
  m2. Thomas Pigot of Whaddon & Doddershall (d 1519, Serjeant-at-law)
  b. Margery (Margaret) Iwardby (b c1477, d 26.06.1519)
  m. Sir Ralph Verney of Middle Claydon
  c. Ellen (Helen) Iwardby (b c1479, d 10.08.1558)
  m1. (sp?) William Cutler or Cutland or Cutlard
  m2. Thomas Clifford (son of Lord Thomas)
  ii. Richard Iwardby (d 15.07.1510)
  C.+ other issue - Anne, Elizabeth



Nathaniel Ireland of Southperrot, Dorset
1. James Ireland (b 1668, d 1743)
  A. Edward Ireland of Beaminster, Dorset (b c1695, d 1783)
m. Mary Hoskins (b c1698, d 1788, dau of John Hoskins of Beaminster)
  i. James Ireland of Bristol & Brislington, 'Sheriff of Somerset' (b 1724, d 1814)
  m1. (sps) Constans Norman (d 1769, dau of John Norman)
  m2. (1771) Frances Godde (b 1734, d 1805, dau/coheir of Henry Godde of London)
  The following is supported by MGH (NS1, vol 3 (1880), p222).
  a. Frances Constance Ireland (d 1812)
  m. Edward Rolle Clayfield of Bristol (b 1767, d 1825)
  Brislington Hall passed into the Clayfield family, members of whom assumed the name Ireland.
  b. Louisa Frederica Ireland (b 1778-9, dsp 20.09.1854)
  m. (1799) Sir Richard Vaughan of Bristol then Redland Court
  ii. John Ireland to North America (b 1728)
  a. John Ireland of Long Island, North America
  b. Sarah Ireland
  m. William Gore (Colonel)
  iii. daughter
  m. (1750) William Gray



Lancelot Iveson of Leeds
m. Hannah Bonnell (dau of Rev. _ Bonnell of Moor Mountain, sister of Dr. _ of Hungngore (sic))
1. Henry Iveson, Mayor of Leeds, Sheriff of Yorkshire (a 1711)
  m1/2. Elizabeth Harland (dau of Richard Harland of Coppinstory)
  A. Edward Iveson
  m. Martha Richardson (dau of William Richardson of High Fearnley)
  m2/1. Alice Wyse (dau of Thomas Wyse of Burton Leonard)
  B. Elizabeth Iveson probably the Elizabeth who married ...
  m. Stephen Holme of Paull Holme
C.+ other issue - John, Alice
  FMG starts with the following Lancelot, noting "See his descent from the Ivesons of Black Bank in 'Duc. Leod.', 2nd edit., 104". The above comes from the first edition of Thoresby's work. We assume that either Edward of John was father of ...
  i. Lancelot Iveson of Leeds
  m. Martha Shemeld (d 01.10.1810, dau of John Shemeld of Billingley by Mary Kiplin)
  a. Henry Iveson of Black Bank (near Leeds) (a 1814) probably the Henry who married ...
m. (08.07.1817) Jessie Grant (d 09.05.1870, dau of Sir Archibald Grant, 4th Bart of Monymusk)
  b. Stephen Iveson 'of Black Bank' of Bath (dsp)
  m. Elizabeth Radcliffe (dsp 07.1837, dau/heir of Ebenezer Radcliffe of Walthamstow, son of William of Sheffield by Hannah Shemeld)
  c. Mary Iveson (d unm 17.10.1787)
  d. Charlotte Iveson (d 20.12.1809)
  m. Henry Jowett (rector of L. Dunham in Norfolk)
  (1)+ issue - John (d yoiung), William (d young), Henry Jowett, Lancelot, Edward, Elizabeth (D young), Charlotte
2. Anthony Iveson (dsp 1707)
  m. Anna Bethell (dau of Rev. William Bethell of Kirkby Overblows (by Bridget Bourchier), son of Sir Walter (by Mary Slingsby), widow of Lord Mayor of Dublin?)

Main source(s):
(1) For Irvine (uploaded 20.05.15) : 'The County Families of the Zetland Islands' by Francis Grant, 1893 ('Spence of Midbrake', p275+)
(2) For Iwardby (uploaded 04.10.15, amended 05.10.15) : Lipscomb (Bucks, vol 1, 'Pedigree of Golafre or Gulafre (of) Missenden, Frome, Breose, Spigurnell, Iwardby and Elmes', p395), Maddison's Lincolnshire Pedigrees (1903, 'Ewerby (or Iwardby)')
(3) For Ireland (uploaded 01.02.21) : BLG1886 ('Ireland of Brislington Hall' & 'Ireland of Dowrich House')
(4) For Iveston (first uploaded to a Temporary page on 24.04.16, moved here 08.05.22) : 'Ducatus Leodiensis' (Ralph Thoresby, 1715, p110), FMG (vol 2, MS302, 'Shemeld', p739)
[The section on Ingham has been moved to Ingham1; that on de Insula of Woodburn & Chipchase to Lisle03.]
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