'Shaw05'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Shaw of Hall Broom, Shaa of London, Shaa of Tarling, Shawe of Preston

                               
Wikipedia reports that Lord Mayor Sir Edmund was born in Longendale, Cheshire, and that he had a half-brother, Ralph, and that Lord Mayor John was his nephew. The Visitations both start with Mayor John. We start with his grandfather ...
?? Shaa (of Cheshire?)
m1/2. ??
1. Sir Edmund Shaa, Lord Mayor of London (d 20.04.1488)
  A. Margaret Shaa probably of this generation
  This Margaret definitely married Lord Mayor William Browne (being his 1st wife) but it appears that she also (previously) married ...
  m1. Richard Rich of Weld or Weald
  m2. Sir William Browne, Lord Mayor of London (d 1514)
m2/1. ??
2. Ralph Shaa (cleric)
Not sure by which marriage were ...
3. ?? Shaa
  A. Sir John Shaa, Lord Mayor of London (a 1501)
  m. Margaret (dau/heir of Flam (sb Ilam?) of London, m2. Sir John Raynsford)
  i. Edmund Shaa of Horndon on the Hill, Essex
  m. Lora Wentworth (dau of Sir Roger Wentworth)
  a. Alice Shaa (bur 07.03.1577)
  m. William Poley of Boxted
b. daughter
  m. William Browne (son of Lord Mayor Sir John)
  ii. Thomas Shaa of Bowe
  (1) Visitation (Essex) identifies Thomas's wife only as Mary (m2. Thomas Barber). (2) BE1883 (Hungerford of Heytesbury) shows a Mary (dau of Walter Hungerford, Lord of Heytesbury) who m1. Thomas Baker, m2. Thomas Shaa. (3) Commoners (vol 3, Long-Wellesley of Draycot Cerne) shows William Long m. Mary Shaa, dau of Robert son of Thomas (grandson of Lord Mayor Sir Edmund - wrong, should be grand-nephew, but at least identifying him as of this family) by Mary, dau of Lord Walter Hungerford. (4) From these we deduce that Thomas's wife was ...
  m. Mary Hungerford (dau of Lord Walter Hungerford, m2. Thomas Barber or Baker)
a. Thomas Shaa of Tarling, Essex
  m. Phillip Rochester (dau of John Rochester of Tarling)
  (1) Edmond Shaa of Tarling (a 1634, 2nd son)
  m. Elizabeth Wordsworth (dau of Robert Wordsworth of Brightlinsea)
  (A)+ issue - Edmond, Robert, Sarah, Elizabeth, Anne, Mary
  (2)+ other issue - Thomas, Richard
  b. Robert Shaa apparently of this generation
  (1) Mary Shaa
  m. William Long (b 1615, dsp 1647)
  iii. Etheldreda (Audrey) Shaa
  m1. William Ayloff (d 1517)
  m2. Sir John Gaynsford of Crowhurst
  iv. Juliana Shaa
  m. Richard Fowler of Ricott
4. Elizabeth Shaa sister of Sir Edmund
  m. William Poyntz of North Ockenden

 

 

Joseph Shawe of Liverpool
m1. ??
1. daughter
  m. _ Rankin (Captain)
m2. Dorothy Wingfield (bpt 28.09.1683, d 13.04.1737, dau of John Wingfield of Haselborough, m2. Henry Winder)
2. William Shawe of Preston, Sheriff of Lancashire (a 1746)
  m. Ann Cunliffe (dau of Foster Cunliffe of Liverpool, sister of Sir Ellis, Bart)
  A. William Cunliffe Shawe 'of Southgate House' of Preston (MP)
  m1. Dorothy Whitehead (dau of Richard Whitehead of Lancashire)
  i. Robert Newton Shawe of Kesgrave Hall, Suffolk (a 1824, Major)
m. Frances Anna Jones (dau of Thomas Jones of Stapleton)
  ii. Elizabeth Ann Shawe (d infant)
  m2. (06.1788) Philippa Pole (dau/coheir of Charles Pole of Radburn family)
  iii. Samuel Pole Shawe (a 1813)
  m. Mary Egem (dau of Edward Egem of Southgate)
  iv. Ann Frances Shawe (a 1822)
m. John Philips of Culham House
  v. Sophia (Charlotte) Shawe
  m. (1812) Richard Mansergh St. George of Headford Castle (dsp)
  vi.+ other issue - Charles Augustus (Captain), Francis (Captain), Foster Cunliffe (d young), Henry Ellis (d young), Emma Philippa (a 1813)
  B. Joseph Shawe of Bath
  m. Anne Frances Baynes (sister of Sir Christopher Baynes)
  i. William Cunliffe Shaw (Captain)
  m. (18.04.1825) Jane Patterson (b 1807-8, d 02.1826, dau of Charles Patterson)
  ii.+ other issue - John Wingfield, Mary Anne
  C. daughter
  m. _ Walmesley
  D. (Margaret Hannah) Shaw (b c1750, d 01.1830)
  m. Rev. (Thomas) Whitehead

 

 

John Shaw of Hall Broom, Bradford, Yorkshire
m. Elizabeth
1. William Shaw (d young)
2. John Shaw of Hall Broom (b c1571, d 12.1634)
  m. Emote Stead (bur 01.1652, dau of Nicholas Stead of Onesacre)
  A. John Shaw of Sheppard Castle, Yorkshire (b 23.06.1608, d 19.04.1672, vicar of Rotherham & Hull)
  m1. (1632) Dorothy Heathcote (d 10.12.1657, dau of George Heathcote of Cutthorpe)
  i. John Shaw (bpt 03.01.1636, dvp c12.01.1666)
  ii. Emmote Shaw (b 11.1633, d 1671)
  m1. Matthew Wardel of Pattrington
  m2. Francis Blount of Kingston-upon-Hull
  iii. Dorothy Shaw (b 29.06.1635, d 1659)
  m. (10.12.1657) Jonathan Staniforth of Firkbeck
  iv. Rebecca Shaw
  m1. (15.01.1662-3) Richard Sheldon of Monyash
  m2. (by 1671) Gilbert Rene or Kene
  v. Rachel Shaw (b 05.11.1639, bur 09.11.1689)
  m. (27.12.1666) Francis Burdet of Woolley (Wolley) & Silkston
  a. Rachel Burdet (bpt 06.01.1669, d 06.06.1721)
  m1. (30.07.1691) John Kirk of Wakefield (b 1367-8, bur 10.06.1698)
  (1) Frances Kirk
  m. (06.08.1723) William Greame of Heath, Halifax
  (2)+ other issue (d unm) - Rachel (d 19.12.1712), Elizabeth (d 1756)
  m2. (11.08.1713) William Richardson of High Fearnley (d 02.01.1716-7)
  b. Elizabeth Burdet (bpt 21.10.1675)
m. (??) Thomas Archdale
  c.+ other issue - Samuel (bpt 05.11.1668, bur 20.08.1669), Francis (bpt 15.09.1672, bur 17.09.1672), Frances (bpt 11.07.1674, a 11.1697)
  vi. Hester Shaw (b 21.08.1641)
  m. (26.12.1663) Humphrey Marler of Manchester
  a. Dorothy Marler
  m. (22.09.1682) Samuel Eaton of Manchester
  vii. Ruth Shaw (b 20.02.1644-5)
  m. George Dale of Moneyash Hall
  m2. (19.12.1659) Margaret Stillington (b 29.09.1624, d 26.12.1693, dau of John Stillington of Kelfield)
  viiii. John Shaw of Sikehouse (b 09.02.1662-3, d unm 26.12.1682)
  ix. Margaret Shaw (b 30.10.1660, bur 12.06.1684)
  m. (30.10.1680) Elkana Riche of Bullhouse

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section (uploaded 04.08.09) : Visitation (London, 1568, Shaa), Visitation (Essex, 1634, Shaa) with input as noted above
(2) For middle section (uploaded 19.04.12) : FMG (vol 1, MS137, Wingfield-Shawe)
(3) For lower section (uploaded 29.08.13) : FMG (vol 1, MS143, Shaw, p327+) with support from Visitation (Dugdale, Yorkshire, 1666, 'Shaw of Sheppard-Castle')
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