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Families covered: Tibetot (Tiptoft) of Tibetot (Tiptoft), Tiptoft of Worcester, Thoyts of Sulhamstead, Tash of Delaford

                               
Henry de Tibetot (d c1250)
1. Robert de Tibetot (d c1300)
  m. Eve de Chaworth (dau of Patrick de Chaworth)
  A. Pain de Tibetot, 1st Lord (d Stirling 1314)
  m. Agnes de Ros (dau of William de Ros, 2nd Lord)
i. Sir John de Tibetot, 2nd Lord (d 1367)
  m1. Margaret Badlesmere (dau of Bartholomew de Badlesmere, 1st Lord)
  a. Robert de Tibetot, 3rd Lord (d 1372)
  m. Margaret Deincourt (dau of William, Lord Deincourt)
  (1) Margaret Tibetot
  m. Roger Scrope, 2nd Lord of Bolton (d 03.12.1403)
  (2) Milicent Tibetot (d 1408)
  m1. Sir Stephen le Scrope of Bentley & Castle Comb (d 04.09.1408)
  m2. (01.1409) Sir John Fastolf (d 1460)
  (3) Elizabeth Tibetot
  m. Philip le Despenser, 2nd Lord (d 20.06.1424)
  b. John de Tibetot (dsp)
m2. Elizabeth Aspall (dau of Sir Robert Aspall)
  c. Sir Pain de Tibetot
  m. Agnes Wrothe (dau of Sir John Wrothe of Enfield)
  (1) Sir John de Tiptoft, 1st Lord (of Powys) (d 27.01.1443, Chief Butler)
  m1. Philippa Talbot (dau of Sir John Talbot of Richard's Castle)
  m2. Joyce Cherlton (dau of Edward de Cherlton, 4th Lord of Powys)
  (A) John de Tiptoft, 1st Earl of Worcester, Lieutenant of Ireland, Constable of England (b 08.05.1427, d 18.10.1470)
  BE1883 reports that John, a Yorkist, was beheaded and his titles forfeited after the restoration of Henry VI. TCP (Worcester) shows his son Edward as 2nd Earl.
m1. (1449, sp) Cecily Nevill (d 28.07.1450, dau of Richard Nevill, Earl of Salisbury)
  m2. (after 10.06.1451) Elizabeth Greyndour (b c1420, d 01.09.1452, dau of Robert Greyndour of Mitcheldean & Abinghall (by Joan, dau of Thomas Rugge/Rigge of Charlecombe), widow of Lord Delawar)
  (i) John de Tiptoft (d infant 01.09.1452)
  m3. (c09.1467) Elizabeth Hopton (d 22.06.1498, dau of Thomas Hopton of Hopton)
  (ii) Edward de Tiptoft, 2nd Earl of Worcester (b 14.07.1469, d unm 12.08.1485)
  (B) Philippa Tiptoft (a 01.1486/7)
  m1. Thomas de Ros, 10th Lord (b 09.09.1427, d 1461)
  m2. (before 23.01.1468/9) Thomas Wingfield (dsp)
  m3. (26.08.1471) Edward Grimston (d 23.09.1478)
  (C) Joane Tiptoft
  m. Sir Edmund Ingoldsthorpe
  (D) Joyce Tiptoft
  m. Edmund Sutton, younger of Dudley (dvp)
  B. Hawyse de Tibetot (b c1266, d before 14.04.1345)
  m. (1278) John FitzRobert de Clavering, Lord Clavering (b c1266, d 1331/2)
  C. Eve de Tibetot (b after 1267, d 22.03.1349/50)
  m1. Robert de Tatteshall, 2nd Lord (b c1268, d before 08.1303)
  m2. John de Cove

 

 

Samuel Thoyts of Erith (Kent) & London (a 1650)
1. Samuel Thoyts of Crayford (Kent) (b 1673, bur 1729)
  m. Elizabeth Turner (dau of Richard Turner of Erith)
  A. William Thoyts of Whitechapel & Carshalton (b 1706, 2nd son)
  m1. (1728) Sarah Boss (dau of Benjamin Boss of Blabey)
  i.+ 2 sons (d young)
  m2. (1735) Jane May (d 1750, dau of Charles May of Basingstoke, sister of Daniel of Sulhamstead)
  iii. John Thoyts of Sulhamstead, Berkshire (b 28.01.1743, d 1775)
m. (1766) Mary Burfoot (d 1815, dau of Thomas Burfoot, m2. Dr. _ Sherston)
  a. William Thoyts of Sulhamstead, Sheriff of Berkshire (b 1767, d 11.1817)
  m. Jane Newman (d 1850, dau/coheir of Abram Newman of Mount Bures)
  BLG1952 reports that Willam & Jane had 3 sons and 7 daughters, naming only Mortimer. BLG1886 (Thoyts of Sulhamstead) names 5 of the daughters and their husbands.
  (1) Mortimer George Thoyts of Sulhamstead, Sheriff of Berkshire (b 06.11.1804, d 18.01.1875) had issue
  m1. (04.03.1828) Emma Bacon (d 28.09.1846, dau of Thomas Bacon of Pedworth & Aberavon)
  m2. (14.10.1848) Catherine Aurora Sherson (dau of Robert Sherson of Fetcham, widow of Major _ Smith)
  m3. (sp?) Catherine James (dau of Isaac James, widow of Rev. Robert Sherson of Yaverland)
  (2) Mary Anne Thoyts (d 31.03.1868)
  m. H.R. Burfoot
  (3) Caroline Thoyts (d 01.1864)
  m. S.J. Pechell (Captain RN)
  (4) Sophia Anne Thoyts (d 22.02.1869)
m. Sir Frederick Watson (d 1847)
  (5) Anna Rosetta Thoyts (d 02.03.1874)
  m1. Sir Henry Watson
  m2. Rev. Edwin Parker of Waltham St. Laurence
  (6) Jane Thoyts (b 1803-4, d 23.02.1895)
  m. (21.07.1821) William Samuel Best, 2nd Lord Wynford (b 19.02.1798, d 28.02.1869)
  (7)+ 2 sons and 2 daughters
  b.+ 3 sons
  iv. Joan Thoyts (b c1748, d 1837) probably of this generation
  m. Rev. Henry Wilder of Purley Hall (b 09.1744, d 22.01.1814)
  B.+ 1 son and 2 daughters

 

 

Sir George Tash of Delaford in Iver, Buckinghamshire (d 17.02.1672)
m. (1651) Thomasine Hatton (dau of Robert Hatton of Thames Ditton)
1. Robert Tash of Delaford in Iver (bpt 08.08.1652, d 1710)
  m. Elizabeth L'Estrange (dau of Sir Nicholas L'Estrange, Bart)
  A. George Tash of Delaford
  m. Elizabeth Holbech (dau of William Holbech of Farnborough)
  i. George Tash, last of Delaford (dsp)
  ii. Jane Tash (d 26.07.1772)
  m. (25.10.1746) Christopher Tower of Iver (d 1771)
2.+ 12 other children

Main source(s):
(1) For Tibetot (uploaded 11.03.03) : BE1883 (Tibetot of Tibetot), BE1833 (Tibetot or Tiptoft, of Tiptoft and Worcester)
(2) For Thoyts (uploaded 16.09.11) : BLG1952 (Thoyts formerly of Sulhamstead)
(3) For Tash (uploaded 09.09.15) : Lipscomb (Bucks, vol IV, 1847, 'The Hamlet, Manor, and Mansion of Delaford', p529)
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