'JZmisc01'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Janssen of Wimbledon, Jenkins of Nant-y-groes, Jenkins of Ty Mawr, Jakes of Whellesburgh

According to BEB1841, the youngest son of the Baron de Heez, "who in the troubles of the Netherlands headed a party of those who opposed the Duke of Alva" and whose estate was later confiscated and his family dispersed, was ...
Theodore Janssen de Heez of Angouleme
1. Abraham Janssen (eldest son)
  A. Sir Theodore Janssen, 1st Bart of Wimbledon (b c1658, d 22.09.1748)
  m. (26.01.1697/8) Williamsa Henley (d 09.1731, dau of Sir Robert Henley of the Grange by Catherine, dau of Sir Anthony Hungerford)
  i. Sir Abraham Janssen, 2nd Bart of Wimbledon (d 19.02/11.1765)
  ii. Sir Henry Janssen, 3rd Bart of Wimbledon (d unm 21.02.1766)
iii. Sir Stephen Theodore Janssen, Sheriff then Lord Mayor of London, 4th Bart of Wimbledon (dspm 08.04.1777)
  m. Catherine Soulegre (d 25.10.1757, dau of Colonel _ Soulegre of Antigua)
  iv. William Janssen 'of Hill Street' (d 06.06.1768)
  The following is supported by MGH (NS3 vol 4 (1902), 'Pedigree of Gaultier', p248+).
  m. Anne Gaultier (d 01.1737-8, dau of James Gaultier)
  a. Catherine Anne Janssen (dsp 09.03.1804)
  m. John Blackwood (bur 14.12.1780)
  b. Williamza Janssen
  m. (16.04.1778) Lionel Damer (b 16.09.1748, dsp 28.05.1807, son of joseph, 1st Earl of Dorchester)
  v. Barbara Janssen
  m. Thomas Bladen (MP)
  vi. Mary Janssen (d 25.03.1770)
  m. (20.07.1730) Charles Calvert, 5th Lord Baltimore, Governor of Maryland (b 29.09.1699, d 24.04.1751)
  vii.+ other issue - Robert, Henrietta



MGH identifies the arms of the following famiy as "Gules, a lion rampant within a bordure indented or, on a chief argent, three hearts of the first".
Walter Jenkins, 1st of Ty Mawr yn y stollin in Bleddfa (a 1677)
1. Griffith Jenkins of Ty Mawr yn y stollin
  m. (c1702) Alice Probert (dau/heir of David Probert of Glan Llugw (in Bleddfa))
  A. David Jenkins of Ty Mawr yn y stollin
  m. (c1726) Elizabeth Duggan of Presteign
  i. David Jenkins of Presteign & Nant-y-groes in Pilleth (b c1726, d 28.01.1801)
m. Elizabeth Goodere (dau/coheir of Thomas Goodere of Rochford (by Susannah, dau/coheir of John Patreshall of Puddlestone), widow of Hugh Pyefinch of Presteign)
  a. David Jenkins of Nant-y-groes (dsp)
  m. (22.02.1792) Harriet Iddins (dau of John Iddins of Somerfield House)
  b. Edward Jenkins of Nant-y-groes (b 04.01.1765, d 11.09.1843) had issue
  m. (1816) Mary Pyefinch (b 12.12.1790, d 02.03.1854, dau of Rev. John Pateshall Pyefinch)
  c. Ann Jenkins
  m. John James of Tyglyn Aeron
  d. Catherine Jenkins
  m. William Bonnell of Ferryside
  e. Elizabeth Jenkins
  m. William Overton of London
  f. Alice Jenkins
  m. John Fencott of Presteign (d 1816)
  g. Mary Jenkins (d unm)
  ii.+ other issue - Griffith of Hereford, Edward of Presteign (dsp)
  B.+ other issue - Griffith, Alice, Martha, Mary



Thomas Jakes of Whellesburgh (a 1433)
1. Robert Jakes of Whellesburgh (d 1506)
  m1. Elizabeth
  m2. Joyce Langham (dau of Robert Langham of Gopsal)
  A. Elizabeth Jakes
  m. (1502-3) John Banister
  B. Margaret Jakes
  m. John Fowler of Whellesley (m2. Anne Harvey)
  C.+ other issue (dsp) - John, Thomas, Joyce

Main source(s):
(1) For Janssen (uploaded 29.01.07) : BEB1841 ('Janssen of Wimbledon'), TCB ('Janssen Jansen or Janson of Wimbledon')
(2) For Jenkins (uploaded 09.01.22) : MGH (NS5 vol 3 (1918), 'Pedigree of the Family of Jenkins of Nant-y-Groes, co. Radnor', p105+)
(3) For Jakes (uploaded 16.01.23) : 'History and Antiquities of the County of Leicester' (John Nichols, vol 4, part 2, 1811, 'Pedigree of Jakes of Whellesburgh and Fitzherbert of Upton', p964* (just before p963))
[The section on Jobson/Jopson has been moved to Jobson1, that on Jenner to Jenner1.]
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