'Smith18'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Smith of Abingdon, Smyth of Binderton, Smith (Smyth) of Colkirk, Smith of Crabett, Smith of Shelford

No connection is known of between the families shown on this page. They share the page for our convenience.
John Smith of Coventry
1. Henry Smith
  A. Sir Walter Smith of Shelford, Warwickshire
  m1. ?? Ferrers (dau of ?? Ferrers of Tamworth)
  i. Richard Smith of Shelford
  m1. _ Stafford
  a.+ issue
  m2. Dorothy Wallop (dau of Richard Wallop of Northampton)
  b. Sir John Smith of Crabett in Worth, Sussex (b c1591, d 12.11.1662)
  m1. Ann Parker (bpt 04.08.1594, dau of Nicholas Parker of Ratton, widow of Adrian Moore of Odiam)
  m2. Catherine Southcote (d 25.06.1672, dau of Edward Southcote of Merstham)
  (1) John Smith (b c1652)
  m1. Dorothy Weston (b c1652, d 09.01.1678-9, dau of Hon. Nicholas Weston)
  m2. Elizabeth Waldegrave (dau of Sir Charles Waldegrave)
  (2)+ other issue - Henry, Richard, Mary, Catherine
  m2. Dorothy Chetwynd (dau of Thomas Chetwynd of Ingestre)



William Smyth of London, 1st of Binderton (Sussex) (d 1623-4)
1. William Smyth (dvp 1620)
  A. Mary Smyth
  m. John Morley of Chichester
2. Thomas Smyth of Binderton (d 1658)
  m. Mary Rose (dau of William Rose of Eastergate)
A. Thomas Smyth of Binderton (b c1627, dsp 1687-8)
  Berry identifies Thomas's wife as Alice, dau of _ Millard. VCH identifies her as ...
  m. Alice (d 1729, m2. Sir William Millard)
3. ?? Smyth
  A. George Smyth of Binderton (b c1628, d 1711, Rev.)
  Even though the dates make it impossible, both Commoners & Berry suggest that George was son of Thomas (d 1687). We follow VCH which identifies George as Thomas's first cousin.
  m1. Elizabeth Peckham (dau of Robert Peckham of Little Green)
  i. Thomas Smyth of Binderton (b c1689, d 1720-1, "only surviving son")
  ii. Elizabeth Smyth
  m. William Woodford of Epsom
  iii. Hannah Smyth of Binderton (d unm 1731)
  m2. Barbara Woodward
  iv. Mary Smyth (dsp 1757)
  m. William Hamilton of London
  v. Barbara Smyth (d 1742)
  m. Rev. Walter Bartelott of Stopham (d 1743)
  Their son assumed the name Smyth.
4.+ other issue - George (b c1602, d unm 1659), Mary



Carthew identifies the arms of the following family as "Barry wavy of eight argent and azure, on a chief gules three barnacles or".
John Smith of Parkfield in Laxgfield, Suffolk (bur 1647)
m. (1592) Alice Borrett (d 1607, dau of Robert Borrett of Laxfield)
1. William Smith of Parkfield
2. Samuel Smith of Colkirk, Norfolk (bpt 02.03.1599, d 22.02.1663/4) the first mentioned by FMG
  m1. Margaret Ling (dau/coheir of Aslack Ling of Pulham)
  m2. Urith Palgrave (d 11.11.1680-1, dau of Sir Augustine Palgrave of Barningham (Norwood-Berningham), m2. (William) Basham of Barningham Northwood)
  A. Sir Samuel Smyth of Colkirk (d 22.01.1699/1700)
  Carthew shows only Samuel's marriage to Rebeckah, identifying her as mother of his children. FMG shows as follows.
  m1. Rebecca (dsp 01.10.1668)
  m2. Catherine Elizabeth Harrington (b c1654, d 25.11.1686, dau of Sir James Harrington of Riddlington, Bart)
  i. James Smyth (b 29.10.1686, d infant) not mentioned by Carthew
ii. Catherine Smith or Smyth (b 09.10.1675, d 05.1747)
  m. (11.06.1700) Thomas Bendyshe (b 09.1671, d 22.07.1722, son of Thomas of Gray's Inn by Bridget, dau of Henry Ireton by dau of Oliver Cromwell)
  iii. Urith Smith or Smyth (b 20.05.1684, d 24.05.1700)
  m. (24.05.1700) Stephen Offley
  iv. Theodosia Smith or Smyth
  m1. (28.11.1699) Samuel Sparrow of Lavenham
  m2. Samuel Freeman of Beverley
  v. Lucy Smith or Smyth (b 20.04.1684)
  m1. (09.03.1700) John Pett of Colkirk
  m2. Jonas Rolfe of Norwich (d 1725, Town Clerk of Lynn)
  B. Elizabeth Smith



Richard Smith of Abingdon, Berkshire (gentleman usher to Queen Elizabeth who r. 1558-1603) this line from Visitation (Berkshire)
1. Richard Smith of Abingdon
  m. Barbara Jawtherell (Jawdrell or Jodrell) of Derbyshire
  A. Richard Smith of Abingdon
  m. Martha Dayrell (dau of Paul Dayrell of Lillingston Dayrell)
  i. Richard Smith of Abingdon & London (a 1634)
  m. Elizabeth Dean (dau of George Dean or Deane of Stepney)
  a. Martha Smith
  m. William Hacker of London
  (1) Elizabeth Hacker
  m. James Rothwell of London (b c1633, a 1688)
  (A)+ issue - James (b 21.03.1680/1), Thomas (b 05.01.1684/5), Martha (b 08.12.1679)
  (2) Anne Hacker
  m. John Mutlow of Chislehurst (Major)
  b. Anne Smith
  m. Jeffrey Fleetwood of Holland, Leicestershire
  (1)+ issue - Richard, Geffry, William, Thomas, Elizabeth, Anne, Cecilia
  c.+ other issue - John, Thomas (d young)
ii. Walter Smith of Abingdon & London (a 1634, younger son?)
  m. Anne Edwards (dau of Thomas Edwards, Chancellor of London)
  a.+ issue - Elizabeth, Anne
  iii+ other issue - Thomas, Edward, Anthony, Michael
  B.+ other issue - Thomas, Edward (of the Middle Temple)
Presumably closely connected to the above Richard, though probably of his son's generation, was ...
Thomas Smith of Abingdon this line from Mundy's Middlesex Pedigrees
m. Joan Jenings (dau of Thomas Jenings)
1. Sir Thomas Smyth of Parsons Green in Fulham, Middlesex (Clerk of the Council)
  m. Frances Bridges (dau of William Bridges, Lord Shandoy, m2. Thomas Cecil, Earl of Exeter)
  A. Robert Smyth (dsp 1625)
  B. Margaret Smyth
  m1. Thomas Cary (b c1617, d 1649, son of Robert, Earl of Monmouth)
  m2. Sir Edward Herbert (d 1657)
2.+ other issue - Richard (Captain), William, John, Ellenor, Alice

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section (uploaded 03.03.10) : Visitation (Sussex, 1662, Smith of Crabett in Worth)
(2) For 2nd section (uploaded 03.03.10) : Commoners (vol 2, Bartelott-Smyth of Stopham), VCH (Sussex, vol 4, Binderton), CountyGen (Sussex, Berry)
(3) For 3rd section (uploaded 04.03.10, reviewed 22.06.22 using Carthew) : FMG (vol 1, Smyth (MS140)), 'The Hundred of Launditch and Deanery of Brisley' (G.A. Carthew, 1877, Part 3, 'Pedigree of Smith', p205)
(4) For lower section (uploaded 12.11.10) : Visitation (Berkshire, 1566+1623+1665-6, with insert from Visitation (London, 1687-1700)), Mundy's Middlesex Pedigrees (1914, Smyth of Parson's Green in Fulham)
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