'Tate2'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Tate of Burleigh Park, Tate of Delapre Abbey
[Much of the upper section was previously within Tate1. It was moved here to facilitate expansion.]

Sir William Tate of De la Pre (Delapre) Abbey & Whitley (d 1617)
m. (27.12.1597) Elizabeth Zouche (bpt 14.02.1578/9, bur 24.04.1617, dau of Edward la Zouche, 11th Lord of Haryngworth)
1. Zouche Tate of Delapre Abbey (b 1606, bur 07.01.1650/1)
m. Katherine Alington (b c1607, d 1700, dau of Sir Giles Alington of Horseheath by Dorothy Cecil)
  A. William Tate of Delapre Abbey (bur 20.06.1695)
  'History and Antiquities of the County of Leicester' (John Nichols, vol 2, part 2, 1798, p888) supports the following albeit possibly suggesting that this William was son of his uncle William rather than of Zouche.
  m. Mary Stedman (b c1646, d 1699, dau of James Stedman of Lincoln's Inn)
  i. Bartholomew Tate of Delapre Abbey (b 1666, d 06.07.1704)
  m. Mary Noel (d 1721, dau/coheir of Edward Noel of the Inner Temple)
  a. Bartholomew Tate of Delapre Abbey (b c1667, d(sps) bur 05.09.1776)
  m1. Arundel Stratford (dau/heir of Henry Stratford of Overston)
  (1) Mary Tate (b 1725, dsp 1750)
m. Sir Charles Hardy (Admiral)
  (2)+ other issue - Bartholomew (b/d 1726), Frances (b 1727, d 1728)
  m2. Mary Moyser (d 1788, dau of Col. Moyser)
  b. Katherine Tate (bpt 07.05.1698)
  m. (1720) Charles Hedges of Finchley (son of Sir William)
  One of their grandsons successfully claimed the barony of Haryngworth and became 12th Lord Zouche.
  c. Mary Tate (bpt 14.12.1701, d 16.06.1765)
  m. (19.09.1723) Samuel Long (d 1757)
  d.+ other issue - Edward (b/d 1700), Susannah (b 1703, d unm 1725)
  ii. Catharine Tate (b 1669)
  m. William Powell
  iii. Mary Tate (b 1671)
  m. Thomas Pechell
iv. Elizabeth Tate (b 1675)
  m. William Bonner
  v. Anne Tate (b 1680)
  m. Francis Allard
vi.+ other issue - John, James, Francis (b/d 1674), Zouche (b 1682, d 1691)
  B. Zouche Tate (3rd son)
  i. Catherine Tate (d 1736)
  m. William Browne of Stretton
  ii. Margaret Tate
  C. Catherine Tate (dsp(s))
  m. John Carew of Crowcombe
  D.+ other issue - Sir John (d unm 1692, REcorder of London), Elizabeth
2. Elizabeth Tate
  m. Oliver Becher of Howbury
3. Bridget Tate who apparently married ...
  m. Nathaniel Dalton (rector of Fulbourne)
4.+ other issue - William, John, Francis, Mary



George Tate of Stretton-super-Dunsmore & Sutton Bonnington (b 1575)
m. Barbara Stanley (dau of Richard Stanley of Sutton Bonnington
1. Anthony Tate (b 1628)
  m. Bridget Kilby (dau of Henry Kilby of The Hut)
  A. Henry Tate of Burleigh Park, Sheriff of Leicestershire (b 1653, d 03.12.1722, 2nd son)
  m. Lucy Hacker (d 17.06.1722, dau of Francis Hacker of London)
  i. William Tate of Burleigh Park (b 1692, d unm 17.12.1722)
  B. William Tate (b 1666, d 1727)
  m. Anne Hammond (d 1718, dau of Richard Hammond of London)
  i. William Tate of Mitcham, Surrey (b 1707, 2nd son)
  m1. (09.1736) _ Myres
  m2. Elizabeth Wynne (b c1706, d 1789, dau of Richard Wynne of Falkingham Castle & Bedwell Park)
a.+ issue - William of Mitcham, Elizabeth (b 1737, d 1821), Anne, Martha (b 1739, d young)
  ii. Benjamin Tate, later of Burleigh Park (d 1790, youngest son)
  m1. (1742) Martha Allcroft of Mitcham
  a. George Tate of Burleigh Park & Langdown (d 1822, 2nd son)
  m. (1776-7) Bridget Ford (bur 08.05.1783, dau of Richard Ford of Chertsey, relict of Blunden Moore of Byfleet) ## see here ##
  (1) Mary Tate of Burleigh Park
  b.+ other issue - Henry (d young), Benjamin (dsp 1820, cleric), Martha (d unm 1795), Sophia (d unm 1780), Dulcibella (d young), Susanna (d unm 1770)
  m2. (1765, sp) Mary Butler (dau of Edward Butler, relict of Philip Herbert of Kingsey) @@ just below
  iii.+ other issue - Anthony (b 1706, d unm 1735), Henry (b 1708, d 1709), Richard (b 1711, d 1725), George (b 1715, d 1733), Elizabeth (b 1709, d young), Anne, Henrietta
  B. Mary Tate, later of Burleigh Park (d 15.07.1730)
  m. (1703) Edward Butler (d 29.10.1745, MP)
  Commoners reports that Edward was father of the following Mary, his heir. It is a presumption that Mary Tate was her mother. Burleigh Park passed back into the Tate family through the 2nd marriage of Mary Butler.
  i. Mary Butler
  m1. Philip Herbert of Kingsey
  m2. (1765, sp) Benjamin Tate, later of Burleigh Park (d 1790) @@ just above
  C. Elizabeth Tate
  m. Edmund Carter (rector of Goadby Marwood)
  D. Dorothy Tate
  m. John Laughton (rector of Goadby Marswood)
  E.+ other issue - George (d young), Anthony, George (b 1667), Anne, Barbara, Catharine
2. Barbara Tate
  m. _ Bowyer of Stanford
3.+ other issue - John (dsp), George of Hoby, Margaret, Rebecca, Eleanor

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section : Commoners (vol 2, Tate of Burleigh Park), BP1934 (Zouche)
(2) For lower section : the section on 'Tate of Burleigh' within Commoners (vol 2, Tate of Burleigh Park)
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