'Mildmay1'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Mildmay (Mildme) of Hambledon (Hambleton), Mildmay of Moulsham, Mildmay of Sawbridgeworth, Mildmay of Stonehouse, Mildmay of Woodham Water, Mildmay Lord FitzWalter

                               
(1) BEB1844 uses the old version of this name, Mildme, until the 16th century but we follow BP1934 which uses Mildmay from the 13th century.
(2) The top section of this page follows what is shown by BP1934 but is not fully convincing, not least because there appear to be overlapping generations. This doubt is enforced by the fact that BEB1844 reports that the Thomas who married Margery/Margaret Cornish was son of a Sir Robert Mildme, spouse of Matilda Le Rous, who was "descendant in the sixth degree" of the Roger shown below as alive in 1293. BP1934 shows more generations. Visitation (1612) shows Hugh father of Sir Robert (m. Mawde Le Rowse) father of Roger etc..
Hugh Mildme (a 1147)
1. ?? Mildme
  BP1934 reports that the above Hugh was ancestor of the following Sir Robert but BEB1844 suggests that he was his father.
  A. Sir Robert Mildmay
  BEB1844 identifies the Sir Robert Mildme, father of the Thomas who married Margery/Margaret Cornish, as having married Matilda Le Rous. BP1934 shows Matilda Le Rous as wife of this Sir Robert. This major difference makes it certain that it is not clear where Matilda fits in.
  i. Herbert Mildme (dsp)
  ii. Roger Mildme of Hambledon or Hambleton (a 1294)
  a. Sir Roger Mildme of Hambledon (a 1322)
  m. Matilda de Eltham
  (1) Henry Mildme (a 1340)
  (A) Rayffe Mildme or Mildmay (a 1372)
  (i) Ranulphe Mildmay
(a) Henry Mildmay of Stonehouse (a 1390)
  ((1)) Robert Mildmay of Stonehouse (a 1394)
  ((A)) Robert Mildmay of Stonehouse (a 1402)
  This is probably the Robert who is shown by BEB1844 as father of the Thomas who married Margaret Cornish but BP1934, which names her Margery, shows the following intervening generation. After this, the two sources do not contradict each other.
  ((i)) Thomas Mildmay (a 1439)
  m. Anne Kingscote
  ((a)) Thomas Mildmay (a temp Edward IV who r. 1461-1483) - continued below
  m. Margery or Margaret Cornish (dau of John Cornish of Much Waltham)

 

 

Thomas Mildmay (a temp Edward IV who r. 1461-1483) - continued above
m. Margery or Margaret Cornish (dau of John Cornish of Much Waltham)
1. Walter Mildmay of Writtle
  m. Mary Everard (dau of Everard of Much Waltham)
  A. Sir Thomas Mildmay of Chelmsford, 1st of Moulsham (d 21.09.1566)
  m. Agnes Reade
  i. Thomas Mildmay of Moulsham Hall and Bishop's Hall, Sheriff of Essex and Hertfordshire (d 10.1567)
  m. Avicia Gernson (dau of William Gernson of London)
a. Sir Thomas Mildmay of Moulsham (d 07.1608)
  m. Frances (not Maud) Ratcliffe (dau of Henry Ratcliffe, 2nd Earl of Sussex, Lord FitzWalter)
  (1) Sir Thomas Mildmay, Bart of Moulsham (dsp 13.02.1625-6)
  m1. Elizabeth Puckering (dau of Sir John Puckering, Lord Keeper (not Lord Chancellor))
  m2. Anne Savile (dau of John Savile)
(2) Sir Henry Mildmay of Woodham Walter and Moulsham, de jure Lord FitzWalter (b c1585, d 1654)
  m. Elizabeth D'Arcy (dau of Thomas D'Arcy of Toleshunt D'Arcy)
  (A) Robert Mildmay of Overstone (dvp 1646)
  m. Mary Edmunds (dau/coheir of Sir Thomas Edmonds of Overstone by Magdalen, dau/coheir of Sir John Wood)
  (i) Henry Mildmay, de jure Lord FitzWalter (d unm bur 24.03.1661/2)
  (ii) Benjamin Mildmay, Lord FitzWalter (d 01.06.1679)
  m. (06.12.1669) Catherine Fairfax (d 20.03.1724, dau of William Fairfax, 3rd Viscount)
  (a) Charles Mildmay, Lord FitzWalter (b 31.08.1670, dsps 16.02.1728)
  m. (08.06.1693) Elizabeth Bertie (b 24.07.1675, d 20.12.1738, dau of Charles Bertie of Uffington)
(b) Benjamin Mildmay, Lord FitzWalter, Earl FitzWalter (bpt 27.12.1672, d 29.02.1756)
  m. (18.06.1724) Frederica Schomberg (b c1692, d 07.08.1751, dau of Meinhardt Schomberg, 3rd Duke of Schomberg, widow of Robert Darcy, Earl of Holderness)
  ((1)) son (b 18.08.1725, d infant)
  (iii) Mary Mildmay (b 1637, d 15.04.1715)
  m. Henry Mildmay of Graces (d 13.12.1692)
  (B) Charles Mildmay of Woodham Mortimer Hall (3rd son)
  m. Martha Harris (dau/heir of Sir Cramer Harris)
  (i) Mary or Martha Mildmay (d 1690)
  m. (c1685) Sir Charles Tyrell of Heron, 2nd Bart of Springfield (b c1660, d 03.02.1714)
  (C) Bridget Mildmay
m. Anthony Penning of Ipswich
  (D)+ other issue - Henry (dsp), Thomas, Frances, Elizabeth, Mary, Anne
  (3) Anthony Mildmay
  (4) Anne Mildmay
  m1. Sir Roger Appleton, 1st Bart of South Bemfleet (d 16.01.1614)
m2. John Paschall or Pascall of Badow (Baddow)
  b. Sir Walter Mildmay of Sawbridgworth, Hertfordshire (bur 12.03.1606)
  m. Mary (probably not Juliann or Margaret) Waldegrave (dau of Sir William Waldegrave of Bures)
  The following comes from Visitation (Essex, 1558, Mildmay).
  (1) Sir Thomas Mildmay of Sawbridgworth
  m. Anne Lake (dau of (Thomas) Lake of Smerden)
  (A) Mary Mildmay
  m. Edmund Bradshaw of St. Dogmales
  (B)+ other issue - Walter, Thomas, Joan
c. Elizabeth Mildmay (d 1581)
  m. Sir William Waldegrave of Bures
  d.+ other issue - Henry, Edward
  ii. William Mildmay of Springfield Barnes (d 13.02.1570-1)
  m1. Elizabeth Paschall (dau of John Paschall or Pascall of Great Baddow)
  m2. (07.06.1563) Annis (widow of Adam Winthrop of Groton)
  iii. John Mildmay of Cretingham, Suffolk had issue (including Mildmay of Terling)
  a. Robert Mildmay of Lomber Street
  m1. _ Cranfield
  m2. _ Deane (dau of _ Deane, Alderman of London)
  b. Thomas Mildmay (dsp)
  c. Thomasin Mildmay
  m. _ Lyttellbodye (Littlebody)
  iv. Walter Mildmay of Apethorpe, Danbury Place and Hazlegrove (d 11/31.05.1589, Chancellor of the Exchequer)
  m. (25.05.1546) Mary Walsingham (d 16.03.1576, sister of Sir Francis Walsingham, Secretary of State)
  v. Thomasine Mildmay
  m. Anthony Bourchier
  vi. Johanna Mildmay
  m. Christopher Peyton
  vii. Margery or Mary Mildmay
  m. Mathew Barnard

Main source(s): BEB1844 (Mildmay of Moulsham), BP1934 (St. John Mildmay), BE1883 (Mildmay of FitzWalter), Visitation (Essex, 1612+1634, Mildmay)
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