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Families covered: Jessop of Bromehall (Broom Hall), Jessop of Doory Hall

Richard Jessop of Bromehall, Yokshire (a 1575)
m. Anne Swift (dau/coheir of Robert Swift by Helen, dau/heir of Nicholas Wickersley)
1. William Jessop of Bromehall (b c1562)
  m1. Margaret Atherton (dau of John Atherton of Chowbent)
  A. Wortley Jessop of Bromehall (a 1614)
m. Catherine Doyley (dau of Dr. Thomas Doyley)
  i. William Jessop of Bromehall (b c1610, d 1641)
  William is the first mentioned in the short pedigree on the family given in 'Ducatus Leodiensis' (Ralph Thoresby, 1715, p78) which shows that he was first married to ...
  m1. Mary Bright (dau of Stephen Bright of Carbrook)
  m2. Jane South (bpt 02.10.1614, bur 18.10.1675, dau of Sir Francis South of Kelsterne)
a. Francis Jessop of Bromehall (b 1637-8, d 1691)
  m. Barbara Eyre (bpt 1641, dau of Robert Eyre of Highlow)
  (1) William Jessop (b c03.1665, d 08.11.1734, MP)
Visitation (Yorkshire) ends with this generation. Thoresby & HoP ("William Jessop") confirm that this was the William who married Mary Darcy. The following comes from BE1883 ('D'Arcy of Navan') & BP1934 ('Darcy de Knayth').
  m. (c01.1697) Mary Darcy (dau of James Darcy, 1st Lord Navan)
  (A) James Jessop, 2nd Lord D'Arcy of Navan (b c1650, dvp unm 15.06.1733)
  (B) Barbara Jessop
  m. Andrew Wilkinson of Boroughbridge (b 1697, d 29.03.1784, son of Charles of Aldborough & Boroughbridge (by Deborah, dau of Richard Cholmley of Bramham), MP)
  (i) Andrew Wilkinson of Boroughbridge (dsp 1785, Captain RN, 2nd son?)
  m. Dorothy Lawson (dau of Richard Lawson, Mayor of York)
  (ii) John Wilkinson (youngest son)
(a) Barbara Isabella Wilkinson
  m. Rev. Marmaduke Lawson
  (iii)+ other issue (d unm) - Charles (d 04.1782, MP), William (d 1761, Colonel), James (d 1805, vicar of Sheffield), Thomas (d 1773, Captain), George (d 1761)
  (C) Isabella Jessop (d 07.1738)
  m. John Eyre, later Gell, of Hopton
  (D)+ other issue (d unm) - Mary, Bethia
(2) Elizabeth Jessop probably of this generation
  m. Rev. Thomas Burton of Halifax
  (A) Barbara Burton
  m. Richard Lawson, Mayor of York (b 1697, a 1754)
  b.+ other issue - William (d unm), Anne
  ii. Anne Jessop
  m. _ Wade
  B. George Jessop of Brantcliffe, Yorkshire had issue
  i. Elizabeth Jessop probably of this generation
  m. William Cressy (d 09.03.1645)
  m2. Anne Gooderick
  C. Margaret Jessop
  m. Humfry Savage
  D. Anne Jessop probably the Anne who married ...
  m. Thomas Eyre of High Low (b c1595, bur 02.12.1633)



BLG1886 reported as follows: "The Doory Hall estates, situate in the cos. of Longford, Westmeath, and Roscommon, were granted to this family (descended from the Jessops of co. Derby and co. York) by King Charles II." Accordingly, we presume that there was a connection between the following family and the one shown above.
Andrew Jessop
m. Bridget Donelly (dau of Christopher Donelly of Portwiny by Anne, dau of Edward Harward)
1. John Jessop of Doory Hall, co. Longford
  m. Mary Anne Fetherston (dau/coheir of Robert Fetherston of White Rock)
  A. John Harward Jessop of Doory Hall (d 08.1825) had issue
  m. (1806) Frances Flood (widow of Richard Solly of Essex, dau of Sir Frederick Flood, Bart, by Frances, dau of Sir Harry Cavendish)
  B. Robert Fetherston Jessop (d 1842, rector of Kilglass) had issue
  m. (1811) Catherine Fetherson (d 1858, dau of Sir Thomas Fetherston, Bart of Ardagh)
2.+ other issue - William (d unm), 3 daughters

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section : Visitation (Coley 1899, Yorkshire, Dugdale 1665, Jessop of Bromehall) with some support/input from Visitation (Nottinghamshire, 1614, Jessop)
(2) For lower section : BLG1886 (Jessop of Doory Hall)
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