'Mulsho1'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Mulsho of Finedon (Thingdon), Mulsho of Gotehurst, Mulsho (Mulso) of Twywell

                               
John Mulsho of Godington, Buckinghamshire (a 1348, 1366)
m. Emma
1. John Mulsho (d 1399-1400)
  A. John Mulsho (d 1412-3)
  i. John Mulsho of Thingdon, Northamptonshire (a 1432)
  a. William Mulsho (a 1442)
The above comes from Visitation (Buckinghamshire). We view it with some suspicion not least because VCH (identified below) reports that Finedon (spelt variously including Fynedon, Thingdon, Thingden, Thineden) was bought by a John Mulsho sometime 1400-1405 and that John was succeeded by his son John (d 1478) and he by his son John (d 1536). It may be that this William is the only errant generation. Visitation (Northamptonshire) starts with ...
  (1) John Mulsho or Mulshoe of Thingdon
  m. Elianor Stukeley (dau of _ Stukeley or Stewkley of Stukeley)
  (A) Robert Mulsho of Thingdon (a 13.05.1536)
  m. Elianor Cotton (bur 11.01.1553, dau of Thomas Cotton of Conington)
(i) Thomas Mulsho of Thingdon (bur 28.12.1562)
  m. (06.05.1539-40) Margery Digby (bur 25.11.1609, dau of William Digby of Lubbenham (by 'Ladie Mountague'), widow of Richard Clifford of Kent & Thingdon)
  (a) Thomas Mulsho of Thingdon (bpt 16.10.1542, dsp 12.04.1608 (10.1609?))
  m. (08/22.08.1569) Joan Samwell (bur 12.04.1636, dau of Francis Samwell of Northampton)
(b) Richard Mulsho (bpt 16.11.1544) - continued below
  m. (14.06.1573) Mary Borough (dau of _ Borough of Borough)
  (c) Robert Mulsho of Thingdon (bpt 07.05.1548, bur 11.1612-3)
  m. Joan Vincent (dau/heir of Francis Vincent of Finedon)
  ((1)) William Mulsho of Thingdon or Finedon
  m. Rebecca Cotton (sister of Sir Robert Cotton (not Colton))
  VCH (Northamptonshire, vol 3, Parishes: Finedon) reports that Finedon passed as follows:
((A)) Robert Mulsho of Finedon (Fingdon)
  ((i)) Tanfield Mulsho or Mulso of Finedon
  m. Mary Luther
  ((a)) Anne Mulsho or Mulso (b c1661, d 12.1744)
  m. (by 1683) Sir Gilbert Dolben of Finedon, 1st Bart (b c1658, d 22.10.1722)
  ((b)) Elizabeth Mulsho or Mulso
  m. John Dolben (b 1662, d 1710, brother of Gilber)
  ((B)) Lettice Mulsho probably of this generation
  m. John Duncombe of Much Brickhill
  ((C)) Rebecca Mulsho (b c1616, d 1662) probably of this generation
  m. John Ward of Brafield (b c1611, d 14.12.1688)
  (d) Elianor Mulsho (bpt 17.06.1543)
  m. (30.09.1562) Robert Catelyne of Raunds (bur 20.03.1598-9)
(e)+ other issue - William (bpt 23.09.1551), Francis (dsp bur 16.06.1635), John (bpt 24.12.1552), Ellen (bpt 14.09.1549), Ursula, Elizabeth (bpt 19.05.1561)
  (ii) Ann Mulsho
  m. _ Catesby
  (B) Thomas Mulsho shown by some sources as the same person as rather than as the father of ...
(i) Thomas Mulsho (3rd son)
  m. Mary Neville (dau/heir of Michael Nevile of Gotehurst)
  (a) William Mulsho of Gotehurst, Buckinghamshire
  m. Alice Bryan (dau of _ Bryan, niece of Sir Francis Bryan)
  ((1)) Mary Mulsho
  m. (1596) Sir Everard Digby of Drystoke
(ii)+ other issue - Nicholas (dsp?), Francis (dsp)
  (C) Cecely Mulsho
  m. _ Warren of Okehame
  (D)+ other issue - John, Bennet
  b. Sir Edward Mulsho 'of Thingdon' possibly of this generation
  (1) Elizabeth Mulsho
  m1. Baldwin Bouge of Thurcaston
  m2. Sir Robert Motton (d 1455-6)
  (2) Alice Mulsho possibly fits here??
  m. Henry Tresham of Newton

 

 

Richard Mulsho (bpt 16.11.1544) - continued above
m. (14.06.1573) Mary Borough (dau of _ Borough of Borough)
1. Thomas Mulsho or Mulshow
m. Dorothy Ousley (bpt 10.05.1578, dau of Richard Ousley or Oseley of Courtenhall)
  A. Thomas Mulshoe (bpt 12.10.1603)
2. Richard Mulsho or Mulshow of Borough, Leicestershire
  A. Francis Mulsho of Twywell, Northampstonhire (d 1672)
  m. Rebecca Orlibar (bpt 13.09.1633, bur 14.04.1706, dau of George Orlibar of Puddington)
  i. Thomas Mulsho or Mulso of London (b 1663, d 08.03.1730-1, Treasurer of the Middle Temple)
  m. (08.02.1693-4) Anne Turton (b c1674, d 10.11.1753, dau of Sir John Turton of Alrewas)
  a. Thomas Mulso of Twywell (b 1695, d 20.05.1763)
  m. (1719) Hester Thomas (dau of Col. Stremer Thomas of Lambeth, sister of Bishop John)
(1) Thomas Mulso (b 1720, dsp 1799)
  m. (1760) _ Prescott (dau of General _ Prescott)
  (2) John Mulso (b c1721, d 21.09.1791, rector of Meon Stoke & Bath Easton)
  m. (1756) Jane Young (d 1790, dau of James Young, Secretary to the Admiralty)
  (A) John Mulso of Twywell (b 1759-60, d 24.06.1815, vicar of South Stoneham)
  m. (01.12.1787) Lettice Hallet (dau of William Hallet of Soho Square by Elizabeth Chambers)
  (i) Lettice Elizabeth Mulso (b 1788, d 1887)
  m. (1817) Edward Purvis of Watlington House, Reading (Captain)
  (B) Jane Mulso (b 1758, dsp 1799)
  m. (1797) Benjamin Jeffreys (b c1748, cleric)
  (C)+ other issue - George (b 1763, d 1764), William (b 1765, d 1797), Hester (b 1764)
  (3) Hester Mulso (b 1727, d 1801, authoress)
  m. (1760) _ Chapone (d 1761)
  (4)+ other issue - Charles (d young), Edward (d unm 1782), daughters (d young)
  b. Susan Mulso (b c1703, d 1778)
  m. John Thomas, Bishop of Peterborough then Salisbury then Winchester (b 1696, d 1781)
  c. Anne Mulso
  m. Edward Donne of Place Court, Salop (b c1686, d 15.01.1745-6, rector of All Hallows)
  ii. Francis Mulsho (bpt 28.01.1666-7, bur 17.02.1669-70?)
  iii. Rebecca Mulsho
  m. Thomas Shuckforth (b 1661-2)
  iv. Elizabeth Mulsho (d 1704)
  m. John Smith of Clement Danes (bur 20.07.1718)
  a.+ 2 daughters
  B. Rebecca Mulsho
  C. Mary Mulsho (d 16.01.1704-5)
  m. Francis Breton of Teeton inRavensthorpe (bur 10.07.1659)

Main source(s): Visitation (Northamptonshire, 1681, Mulshoe of Thingdon and Wellingborough, extended by Harleian editor) with input/support for the upper section from Visitation (Buckinghamshire, 1634, Digby of Gotehurst (Gayhurst)
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