'MZmisc13'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Mower of Grindleford Bridge, Mower of Sheffield, Magenis of Waringstown, Monboucher of Norton, Monboucher of Seghill, Morden (Murden) of Morton Morell

                               
Thomas Mower of Grindleford Bridge
m. ?? Nodder (sister of ?? Nodder of Sheffield)
1. Thomas Mower of Grindleford Bridge (dsp)
2. Joseph Mower of Sheffield (cutler)
  m1. ??
  A. Francis Mower of Grindleford Bridge (d unm)
  B. Isaac Mower of Dronfield
  i. Laurence Mower of Grindleford Bridge
  m. Elizabeth Melland (dau of John Melland of Monyash)
  ii.+ other issue - Edward, Isaac, Dorothy, Elizabeth
m2. Ann Calow (dau of Charles Calow)
  C. James Mower (d 08.12.1834, curate of Tinsley)
  m. Mary Whitacre (dau of John Whitacre of Stockport)
  Hunter (in FMG) notes "I have seen the names of (their) children somewhat differently stated."
  i. Charles Calow Mower of Anston (surgeon, younger son?)
  a. William James Mower (d 09.06.1834)
  ii. Maria Anne Mower
  m. John Parkin of Sheffield
iii.+ other issue - Edmund/Edward, Joseph John of Dale Cottage, ISaac of Tinsley (d 01.01.1841), Francis, Thomas (dsp)
  D. Susan Mower (d unm)
  E. Martha Mower
  m. Nathaniel Tuesdale of Great Hucklow
3. Thomas Mower
  A.+ issue (d unm) - John of Sheffield, Betty of Sheffield
4. Esther Mower
  m. Robert Rawson of Sheffield
5.+ other issue - Isaac, James (d unm), Anne

 

 

Richard Magenis of Dublin
m. Alicia Caddell (dau of William Caddell of Downpatrick)
1. Richard Magenis of Waringstown (d 1807)
  m1. (05.02.1760) _ Wray (d 1760)
  m2. (31.12.1761) Elizabeth Berkeley (d 056.04.1831, dau/heir of Colonel William Berkeley, brother of Bishop George of Cloyne)
A. Richard Magenis of Chanter Hill, co. Fermanagh (b 1763,d 06.03.1831, MP)
  m1. (09.1788) Elizabeth Anne Cole (d 26.05.1807, dau of William Willoughby Cole, 1st Earl of Enniskillen)
  i. Richard William Magenis of Harold Hall, Sheriff (of Bedfordshire?) (b 19.11.1789, dsp 12.1863, Major)
  m. (28.08.1821) Anna Maria Shepherd (dau/coheir of William Shepherd of Bradbourne)
  ii. Henry Arthur Magenis (b 07.1795, d 14.11.1852, Lt. Colonel, 3rd son) had issue
  m. (11.06.1828) Joseph(a) Ursula Elise de Kerostan (dau of M. J. Damain de Kerostan of Brittany)
  iii. John Balfour Magenis (d 1862) had issue (2 daus)
  m. Frances Margaretta Moore (dau of Judge Moore of Lamberton Park, widow of George Ede of Merry Oak)
  iv. Anne Louise Magenis (d 1855)
  m. (19.05.1821) David Albemarle Bertie Dewar of Doles & London (d 11.1859)
  v. Elizabeth Anne Magenis (d 1882)
m. (07.1824) James Wilmot Williams of Heringston
  vi. Florence Catherine Magenis (d 1837)
  m. (09.06.1823) John Ashley Warre of Cheddon
  vii.+ other issue - William John Cole (d unm?), Sir Arthur Charles (d 04.02.1867, in Lisbon), Florence Sarah (d unm)
  m2. Elizabeth Callander (dau of James Callander of Craigforth, widow of Col. Dashwood)
  x. Frederick Richard Magenis (b 1816, d unm 1866)
  B. Ellen Magenis
  m. (1799) Charles Albert Leslie of Ballibay
  C. Louisa Magenis
  m. (20.10.1794) William Richardson of Rich Hill (MP)
  D. Emily Magenis
  m. John French (Dean of Elphin)
  E.+ other issue - William (Dean of Kilmore), Alice, Harriette
2. Mary Magenis
  m. (21.08.1754) Isaac Espinasse
3. Alicia Magenis
  m. Arthur French of French Park
4.+ other issue - Henry (d 10.09.1759), Jane

 

 

Hodgson & BHO both start with the Bertram who m. Joan Charron. Various web sites identify his parents as ...
Bertram de Monboucher of Seghill, Northumberland
m. Margaret Sutton (dau of Richard Sutton, son of Rowland by Alice de Lexington)
1. Bertram Monboucher of Seghill (d by 1332)
  m. Joan de Charron (dau/heir of Guiscard de Charron of Horton, Beamish, etc. by Alice)
  A. Reginald de Monboucher of Seghill, later of Horton (b c1285, a 1332)
  Neither Hodgson nor BHO identify Reginald's wife. Various web sites identify her as Isabel Willoughby but Hodgson & BHO show her as his son's 1st wife.
i. Sir Bertram de Monboucher of Horton etc., Sheriff of Northumberland (d 1388)
  m1. Isabel Willoughby (dsp, dau of Sir Richard Willoughby of Wollaton)
  m2. (c1357) Christian Widdrington (b c1341, d before 1388, dau of Sir Roger Widdrington or Wooderington by Elizabeth de Acton)
  a. Bertram Monboucher (b c1367, d 1400)
  m. Elizabeth
  (1) Bertram Monboucher (b c1391, d 1413)
  m. Elizabeth (d 16.08.1450, m2. Thomas Holden, m3. Sir Robert Hilton of Hilton)
  (A) Bertram Monboucher (dsp 1425)
  b. Isabel Monboucher (d by 1427)
  m1. Henry de Heaton or Hetton of Hartley (dspms)
  m2. Robert Harbottle (d 1419)

 

 

Visitation identifies the coat of arms of the following family as "Ermine, on a chief sable a talbot passant argent, in fess an annulet gules for difference" and identifies the family as "Morden al's Murden somtymes of Branston in ye Countye of Northamp. now of Morton Morell in Com. War."
Thomas Morden alias Murden
m. _ Feildinge
1. William Morden alias Murden of Morton Morell, Warwickshire
  m. Joanna Pell (dau of Richard Pell of Eltington)
  A. John Morden alias Marden (sic)
  m. Katherine Marston (dau/coheir of Richard Marston of Droughton)
  i. Richard Morden alias Murden of Morton Morell (b c1573, a 1619)
  m. Maria Woodward (dau of Thomas Woodward of Butlers Marston)
  a. Maria Morden (b c1602, a 1619)
  ii. Alice Morden
  m. Walter Washington of Redway (b c1570, d 1597)
  iii. Katherine Morden
  m. Nicholas Lane of Stragtford-upon-Avon

Main source(s):
(1) For Mower (uploaded 23.07.16) : FMG (vol 4, MS539, 'Mower', p1180)
(2) For Magenis (uploaded 24.09.16) : BLGI1912 ('Magenis of Finvoy Lodge')
(3) For Monboucher (uploaded 01.02.17, a draft was uploaded to a temporary page on 30.08.07) : Hodgson's 'A History of Northumberland in three parts' (Part II, vol II, 1832, p261, 'Pedigree of Charron, &c.'), BHO ('The History and Antiquities of the County Palatine of Durham, vol 2 (1820), Chester Ward, 'Chapelry of Tanfield', 'Descent of Charron, Monboucher, Harbotel, and Percy, Lords of Beamish and Tanfield') with input from various web sites shown in italics
(4) For Morden (uploaded 31.07.17) : Visitation (Warwickshire, 1619, 'Morden')
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