'TZmisc02'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Tatteshall (Tateshal) of Tatteshall (Tateshal), Tonson of Dunkettle, Tonson Lords Riversdale, Tonson of Spanish Island, Touchet of Broomhouse, Touchet of Manchester, Tennyson of Bayons Manor

                               
Spirewic, Spirvic or Spiruwin
1. Eon or Yon (Eudo) of Tatteshall (a 1086)
  A. Hugh FitzEon (d by 1166)
  i. Robert FitzHugh de Tatteshall of Tatteshall (d by 1185)
  m. Isabel (or Elizabeth) (b c1135, a 1212, dau of William FitzWalter of Wells and Claxby)
a. Philip FitzRobert, Sheriff of Lincolnshire (d c1200)
  b. Robert de Tatteshall, Sheriff of Lincolnshire (3rd son?)
  m. (by 1202) Rose de Wahull (d c09.1213, dau of Simon de Wahull of Odell, m2. Robert de Lisle)
  c. Walter FitzRobert (d 1199/1200, younger son)
  m. Iseult Pantulf (dau of William Pantulf of Breedon-on-the-Hill)
  (1) Robert de Tatteshall of Tatteshall (d 16.07.1249)
  m1. Mabel / Maud de Albini (d before 1242, dau of William de Albini, Earl of Sussex, 3rd Earl of Arundel)
  (A) Robert de Tatteshall of Tatteshall (b 1222, d 22.07.1273)
  m. (before 1249) Nichole (a 05.1277)
(i) Robert de Tatteshall of Tatteshall and Buckenham, 1st Lord (b 05.12.1248, d c07.1298)
  BE1883 shows the 1st Lord as son of the Robert who married Amabill (Mabel) de Albini, husband of Joan FitzRalph (FitzRandulph), and dying 1272. We follow TCP.
  m. Joan FitzRandolph (d c03.1310, dau of Ralph FitzRandolph of Middleham)
  (a) Robert de Tatteshall, 2nd Lord (b c1268, d before 08.1303)
  m. (1280) Eve de Tibetot (b after 1267, d 22.03.1349/50, dau of Robert de Tibetot)
  ((1)) Robert de Tatteshall, 3rd Lord (b 18.03.1287/8, dsp before 30.01.1305/6)
  m. Joan (d before 10.11.1335, probably dau of Hugh Bardolf)
(b) Emma de Tatteshall
  m. Adam de Cailly (Cayly) (a 1303)
  (c) Joan de Tatteshall
  m. Robert de Driby
  ((1)) Alice de Driby
  m. Sir William Bernake of Tattershall
  ((A)) John Bernake of Tattershall
  m. Joan Marmion (dau of John Marmion of Tanfield etc, 2nd Lord)
  ((i)) William Bernake of Tattershall (dsps)
  ((ii)) Maud Bernake (d 10.04.1419)
  m. (before 20.06.1366) Ralph de Cromwell, 1st Lord of Tattershall (d 27.08.1398)
  (d) Isabel de Tatteshall (d before 1313)
  m. John de Orreby, Lord Orreby (d before 18.03.1328/9)
  m2. (before 1242) _ de Grey (dau of John de Grey)
  d.+ other issue - Roger, John
  Annoyingly, we cannot remember where we found the following information.
  ii. Walter FitzHugh (6th son)
  a. Walter FitzHugh
  iii. other issue - Andrew, William, William of Denton, Roger

 

 

"The first member of the Tonson family who settled in Ireland was" ...
Richard Tonson of Spanish Island, co. Cork (d 1693, Major)
m. Elizabeth Becher (sister of Thomas Becher of Skerkin)
1. Henry Tonson of Spanish Island (d 1703)
  m. (05.1692) Elizabeth Hull (dau of Judge Sir Richard Hull, great-grand-niece of Richard Boyle, 1st Earl of Cork)
A. Richard Tonson of Spanish Island & Dunkettle (b 06.01.1695, d 24.06.1773)
  m1. Elizabeth Tynte (dau of Henry Tynte)
  i. Elizabeth Tonson (d unm)
  m2. Peniel Gates (dau of Colonel _ Gates, relict of Michael Becher of Affadown)
BE1883 reports that Richard "devised his estates to Col. William Hull, on condition that he took the surname and arms of Tonson", making no suggestion as to what relationship (if any) there was between them. BIFR1976 suggests that William Hull was Richard's cousin. However, TCP (Riversdale) reports that he was probably Richard's illegitimate son.
  p. (??) _ Hull
  ii. William Hull, later Tonson of Dunkettle, 1st Lord Riversdale of Rathcormuck (b 03.05.1724, d 04.12.1787)
  m. (13.11.1773) Rose Bernard (d 1810, dau of James Bernard of Castle Bernard, m2. Capt. Millard)
  a. William Tonson, 2nd Lord Riversdale (b 08.12.1775, dsp 03.04.1848)
  m. (21.10.1799) Charlotte Theodosia Aldworth (dau of St. Leger Aldworth, later St. Leger, 1st Viscount Doneraile)
  b. Ludlow Tonson, Bishop of Killaloe, 3rd Lord Riversdale (b 06.03.1784, d unm 13.12.1861, 7th son)
  c. Esther Charlotte Tonson (d 12.05.1853)
  m. (27.02.1802) Joseph Baird (d 04.04.1816, brother of General Sir David, Bart)
  d.+ othe issue - James Bernard (d unm 11.02.1803), Richard (d 17.09.1794), Francis (d 01.11.1798), Charles Ludlow (d unm 20.08.18347), Henry (d 1805), Charlotte (d unnm 1830)
  B. Elizabeth Tonson
  m1. (1713) John Reading of St. Off, Yorkshire
  m2. Rev. Percy Meade
2. Elizabeth Tonson
  m. (1689) Daniel O'Donovan of Banlaghan (Colonel)

 

 

?? Touchet
1. John Touchet of Manchester & Broomhouse
  m. ?? Bayley (dau of James Bayley of Manchester)
  A. James Touchet of Manchester & Broomhouse (d 01.06.1827)
  m. (10.05.1770) Esther Wilkinson (dau of Richard Wilkinson of Chesterfield)
i. John Touchet of Manchester had issue (2 daus?)
  m. (1815) Sarah Colquit of Liverpool
  ii. James Touchet of Manchester (dsp 08.12.1821)
  m. (1814) _ Buckley of Manchester
  iii. Hannah Touchet
  m. Henry Bayley (sub-dean of Lincoln, archdeacon of Stowe, son of Thomas Butterworth of Hope)
  iv.+ other issue - Esther (d young), Sarah (d unm 02.1825), Mary (a 1821), Ann (d unm 1808)
  B. Mary Touchet (d c1803)
  m. William Rigby of Manchester & Oldfield
  C. Esther Touchet (d 1822)
  m. (sp) George Checkley of Orsmkirk & Platt (widower)
D. Anne Touchet
  m. Ralph Harrison of Manchester (son of William of Chapel le Frith, m2. _ Hinde of Lancaster)
2. Thomas Touchet of Manchester had issue (? - see note below)
  m. (07.08.1732) Debora Greaves (dau of Benjamin Greaves of Sheffield)
3. daughter
  m. _ Gryer of Scotland
  A.+ issue (a 1821) - Mary Ann in Bucklesbury (London), Sarah in Bucklesbury
4. daughter
  m. Patrick Adair
  A. Margaret Adair (d 06.01.1813)
  m. (11.05.1782) Sir Thomas Bernard, 3rd Bart of Nettleham (b 27.04.1750, dsp 01.07.1818)
5.+ other issue - Samuel of London (MP), Peter of London
  FMG notes that one or all of the younger 3 brothers had descendants, "some of whom went to the East Indies".

 

 

Ralph Tennyson of Wrawby (d 17.05.1735-6)
m. Dorothy Chapman (d 02.1776, dau of John Chapman of Pickering)
1. Michael Tennyson of Preston, Yorkshire (b c1721, d 06.10.1796, apothecary)
m. Elizabeth Clayton (dau/heir of George Clayton of Great Grimsby by Dorothy, dau/coheir of Christopher Hildyard of Kelstern)
  A. George Tennyson of Bayons Manor (Tealby) & Usselby House (Market Rasen), Lincolnshire (b 1749-50, d 04.07.1835)
  m. (1775) Mary Turner (d 20.08.1825, dau/heir of John Turner of Caistor)
  i. George Clayton Tennyson (b 1781, dvp 1832, cleric) had issue
  m. (1805) Elizabeth ffytche (d 1865, dau of Rev. Stephen ffytche of Louth)
  Their 3rd son was Alfred, the Poet Laureate (b 06.08.1809, d 06.10.1892), who was created Baron Tennyson in 1884. Alfred's elder son Hallam, 2nd Lord, was Governor-General of Australia. Hallam's eldest son, Lionel, 3rd Lord, captained England's cricket team.
  ii. Charles Tennyson, later Tennyson-D'Eyncourt, of Bayons Manor & Usselby House (b 20.07.1784, d 21.07.1861, MP) had issue
m. (01.01.1808) Frances Mary Hutton (d 26.01.1878, dau/heir of Rev. John Hutton of Morton)
  iii. Elizabeth Tennyson (d 29.04.1870)
  m. Matthew Russell of Brancepeth Castle
  iv. Mary Tennyson (d 26.04.1864)
  m. John Bourne of Dalby (d 15.12.1850)
  B. Anne Tennyson
  m. William Raines of Wyton
2. Ralph Tennyson of Great Grimsby (d c1767)
  m. Dorothy Hildyard (b c1800, d 05.03.1781, dau/coheir of Christopher Hildyard of Kelstern, widow of George Clayton of Grimsby)
  A. Dorothy Tennyson (bpt 18.06.1741, dsp)
  m. (23.05.1782) William Watson of Grimsby (surgeon)
3. William Tennyson of Market Rasen (bur 030.7.1787)
  m. Susan (d 1752, widow of Christopher Clayton (brother of George))
  A. Elizabeth Tennyson
  m. (26.11.1787) _ Jackson
  B. Eleanor Tennyson
  m. (10.12.1792) Jeremiah Vickery of London
  C.+ other issue - Dorothy, Fannty (d unm bur 27.08.1812)

Main source(s):
(1) For Tatteshall (uploaded 11.07.03) : TCP (Tateshal), BE1883 (Tatteshall)
(2) For Tonson (uploaded 03.01.10) : BE1883 (Tonson, Baron Riversdale), BIFR1976 (Tonson-Rye)
(3) For Touchet (uploaded 21.03.12) : FMG (vol 1, MS75, Touchet)
(4) For Tennyson (uploaded 28.05.12) : BP1934 (Tennyson), Maddison's Lincolnshire Pedigrees (1903-6, Tennyson of Tealby), BLG1886 (Tennyson-D'Eyncourt of Bayons Manor)
[Information on the Twisleton family has been moved to Twisleton1]
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