'TZmisc05'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Thellusson of Rendlesham, Tame of Fairford, Troubridge of Marylebone, Thomas of Dale Park, Thomas of Yapton

BP1934 reports: "This family claims descent from the ancient noblesse of France."
Isaac de Thellusson ("ambassador from Geneva to the court of Louis XV")
1. Peter Thellusson of London then Broadsworth, Yorkshire (b 27.06.1737, d 21.07.1797), 3rd son
  m. (06.01.1760/1) Anne Woodford (d 18.01.1805, dau of Matthew Woodford, sister of Sir Ralph, Bart of Carlby)
  A. Peter Isaac Thellusson, 1st Lord Rendlesham of Rendlesham (b 13.10.1761, d 08/16.09.1808)
  m. (14.06.1783) Elizabeth Eleanor Cornwall (dau of John Cornwall of Hendon by Susanna, dau of Stephen Peter Godin of Southgate)
  i. John Thellusson, 2nd Lord Rendlesham (b 12.09.1785, dspms 03.07.1832, 2nd son) had issue (2 daughters surviving)
  m1. (30.11.1809, sp) Mary Andalusia Dickens (d 15.08.1814, dau of Lt. Gen. Samuel Trevor Dickens)
  m2. (26.03.1816) Ann Sophia Tatnall (d 31.08.1856, dau of William Tatnall of Leiston Old Abbey)
  ii. William Thellusson, 3rd Lord Rendlesham (b 06.01.1798, dsp 13.09.1839, 4th son)
  m. (1826) Lucy Pratt (d 12.05.1854, dau of Edward Roger Pratt of Royston Hall by Pleasance Browne)
  iii. Frederick Thellusson, 4th Lord Rendlesham (b 06.01.1798, d 06.04.1852) had issue
  m. (05.06.1838) Elizabeth Charlotte Prescott (d 31.12.1840, dau of Sir George Beeston Prescott, Bart, by Catherine Creighton Mills)
  iv. Arthur Thellusson (b 10.12.1801, d 15.06.1858, 7th son) had issue
  m. (03.01.1826) Caroline Anna Maria Codrington (d 19.06.1877, dau of Christopher Bethell Codrington)
  v. Caroline Thellusson (d 23.10.1862)
  m. Charles Boulton
  vi.+ other issue - Peter Henry (b 01.04.1784, d infant), George (b 1791, d Vittoria 1813), Edmund (b 1799, d 1818)
  B. George Woodford Thellusson (d 1811)
  m. (03.04.1791) Mary Anne Fonnereau (d 1844, dau of Philip Fonnereau)
i. Marianne Thellusson (d unm 20.04.1852)
  ii. Georgiana Thellusson
  m. (1813) Henry Hoyle Oddie
  C. Charles Thellusson (d 02.11.1815, MP for Evesham)
  m. (15.01.1795) Sabine Robarts (dau of Abraham Robarts of London)
  The following comes from BLG1886 (Thellusson of Brodsworth Hall).
  i. Charles Thellusson (b 31.01.1797, d 05.02.1856) had issue
  m. (19.10.1820) Mary Grant (d 27.02.1884, dau of George Grant of Ingoldsthorpe)
  ii. Thomas Robarts Thellusson (b 06.1801, d 29.03.1869) had issue
  m. (17.08.1822) Maria Macnaghten (d 23.01.1881, dau of Sir Francis Workman Macnaghten, Bart)
  iii. Adeline Thellusson (d unm)
  D. Maria Thellusson
  m. Hon. Augustus Phipps
  E. Anne Thellusson
  m. (1801) William Lukin or Lukyn, later Windham of Fellbrigg Hall (Vice Admiral)
  F. Augustua Charlotte Thellusson (d 24.07.1853)
  m1. (1798) Thomas Crespigny (d 1799)
  m2. (03.02.1827) Sir Joseph Whatley (d 1844)

 

 

John Tame or Thame of Fairford (Fayreford), Gloucestershire
m. Alice Twiniho
1. Sir Edmund Tame of Rayton 'of Fairford' (d 1534)
  m. Agnes Grevill (dau of Sir Edward Grevill)
  Visitation (Warwickshire) disagrees with Visitation (Gloucestershire), showing an intermediary generation - Edmond who by Katherine, dau of Sir William ***, was father of Sir Edward (dsp, m. ?? who m2. Sir Walter Buckler, m3. Roger Legge), and 2 daughters, wives of Sir Thomas Verney of Compton & Sir Humphrey Stafford of Blatherwick. Provisionally, we follow Visitation (Gloucestershire) which shows as follows.
  A. Edmund (sb Edward?) Tame 'of Fairford' (dsp by 1547)
  m. Catherine Dennys (dau of Sir William Dennys of Gloucestershire)
  B. Alice Tame (d 1549)
  m. Thomas Verney of Compton
  C. Elizabeth Tame
  m. Richard ap Howell
  D. Margaret Tame
  m. Humphrey Stafford (son/heir of Sir Humphrey of Blatherwick)
2. William Tame
  A. Thomas Tame
  m. Jane Grevill
  i. Elizabeth Tame

 

 

John Troubridge of Marylebone
m. Arabella Davis of Ham
1. Richard Troubridge of Marylebone
  m. Elizabeth
  A. Sir Thomas Troubridge, 1st Bart (b c1758,d 02.1807, Rear Admiral)
  m. (c1786) Frances Nuthall (dau of John Nuthall, widow of Governor Richardson)
  i. Sir Edward Thomas Troubridge of Blomer (Sussex), 2nd Bart (b c1787, d 07.10.1852, Rear Admiral) had issue
  m. (19.10.1810) Anna Maria Cochrane (d 14.05.1873, dau of Admiral Sir Alexander Forester Inglis Cochrane)
  ii. Charlotte Troubridge (d 01.01.1849)
  m. (29.11.1809) Sir Charles Bulkeley Egerton (General)

 

 

John Thomas (Colonel)
1. William Thomas
Both BP1934 & Berry start with the undermentioned Sir George, BP1934 saying nothing about his ancestry but Berry reporting that he was "descended out of Monmouthshire". TCB reports that the above parentage was given by DBART1819 but notes that DBART1840 replaced it with "was descended from a Monmouthshire family". That Sir George's mother married twice is suggested by the fact that the mother of Margaret Sydserff, wife of the 2nd Bart, is described as half-sister of the 1st Bart.
  m. ?? (m1/2. _ Carrot)
  A. Sir George Thomas, later of Yapton Place (Sussex), Governor of Pennsylvania then the Leeward Islansd, 1st Bart (d 31.12.1774)
  m. Lydia King (dau of John King of Antigua)
i. Sir William Thomas of Yapton Place, 2nd Bart, Sheriff of Sussex (d 28.12.1777)
  m. Margaret Sydserff (b c1694, d 1763, dau/heir of William Sydserff of London by Mary Carrot)
  a. Sir George Thomas of Yapton Place, later of Dale Park (Sussex), 3rd Bart (b c1740, d 06.05.1815)
  m1. _ de Sales of Pregny-la-Tour (d 29.09.1777)
  (1) Sir William Thomas of Dale Park, 4th Bart (b 09.09.1777, d 23.08.1850) had issue
  m. (28.05.1801) Elizabeth Welsh (d 21.01.1848, dau of Richard Welsh)
  m2. (22.12.1781) Sophia Montagu (dsp 21.10.1854, dau of Admiral John Montagu)
  b. Anne Thomas
  m. Stephen Popham of Madras
  c. Elizabeth Thomas
  m. Andrew Lyon of Edinburgh
  d. Maria Thomas
  m. _ Popham (General)
  e. Susannah Margaret Thomas (d 1822)
  m. (1775) William Roe of London
f. Lydia Thomas
  m. Alexander Adair of Flixton (Flexton) Hall
  g. Frances Thomas (d 1829)
  m. John Williams of Chichester
  ii. Margaret Thomas (d 1797)
  m. Arthur Freeman of Antigua (d 1780)
  Yapton later passed into the Freeman family. The successor assumed the name Thomas.
  iii. Lydia Thomas (d 1794)
  m. John White of Chichester (b c1701, d 1776)
  a. George White, later Thomas of Watergate & Yapton Place
  m. Frances Page (dau/heir of John Page of Chichester)
  (1) Frances White or Thomas
  m. John Gustavus Crosbie (Lt. General)
  iv.+ other issue (d unm) - George, Elizabeth

Main source(s):
(1) For Thellusson (uploaded
15.11.06) : BP1934 (Rendlesham), TCP (Rendlesham)
(2) For Tame (uploaded 10.07.09) : Visitation (Gloucestershire, 1623, Tame) with some support from Visitation (Warwickshire, 1619, Verney)
(3) For Troubridge (uploaded 15.02.11) : TCB (vol 5, Troubridge), BP1934 (Troubridge)
(4) For Thomas (uploaded 12.03.11) : BP1934 (Thomas of Yapton), CountyGen (Sussex, Berry),TCB (vol 5, Thomas of Yapton)
[The section on Tryon has been absorbed into Tryon1.]
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