'Weyland1'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Weyland of Oxburgh, Weyland of Woodeaton, Weyland of Woodrising

Sir Herbert de Weyland
m1. Beatrix
1. Sir William de Weyland (a temp Henry 3 who r. 1216-1272)
  m. Marsilia (a 1272, m2. John de Brandon)
  A. Sir Nicholas de Weyland
  m. Julian Burnel (dau/heir of Robert Burnel)
  i. Sir William de Weyland (d 1327-8)
  m. Elizabeth de Ruston (dau of Laurence de Ruston)
  a. Sir Robert de Weyland 'of Oxburgh'
  m. Cecily de Baldock (dau of Thomas de Baldock)
  (1) Sir Edmund Weyland (dsp)
  m. Eleanor Wesenham (dau of Sir John Wesenham)
  (2) Sir John Weyland
  m. Burga (dau/heir of John Sparwe or Sparrow)
  (A) Peter Weyland (dsp)
(B) Elizabeth Weyland
  m. John Harewell of Warwickshire
  (i) Joan Harewell
  m. John Streche
  (3) Margaret Weyland (d 1416)
  m1. Sir Thomas de Grauniston
  m2. Sir John Tudenham
  (4) Catharine Weyland
  m. Sir John Botetort of Mendham
  (5)+ other issue - Eleanor (Abbess of Marham), Alice (nun at Crabhouse)
  B. Sir Thomas de Weyland (judge)
  m. Margaret
  C. Sir Richard de Weyland (d by 1292)
  D. Maud de Weyland (d c1290)
  m. Sir Michael le Gross
2.+ other issue - Sir Thomas, John
m2. Margaret (dsp)



BLG1886 reports that "The Weylands (whose name implies "wet land"), originally of Norfolk, to which county they subsequently returned during the last century, are stated to have been a branch" of the above family.
Mark Weyland of St. Saviour's, Siuthwark (bur 01.05.1688)
m. Mary
1. Mark Weyland (b 14.06.1661, bur 24.08.1742, "a Bank Director")
m. Anne (d 26.02.1744-5)
  A. John Weyland of Woodrising (Norfolk) & Woodeaton (Oxfordshire) (bpt 26.03.1713-4, d 01.10.1767)
  m. (1741) Ann Sheldon (dau of William Sheldon)
i. John Weyland of Woodrising & Woodeaton, Sheriff of Oxfordshire (b 24.03.1744, d 24.07.1825)
  m. (31.12.1772) Elizabeth Johanna Nourse (d 08.02.1822, dau/coheir of John Nourse of Woodeaton by Judith (not Elizabeth), dau of Paul Jodrell of Lewknor)
  a. John Weyland of Woodrising (b 04.12.1774, dsp 08.05.1854, MP)
  m. (12.03.1799) Elizabeth Keene (dau/heir of Whitstead Keene of Richmond)
  b. Richard Weyland of Woodeaton & Woodrising, Sheriff of Oxfordshire (b 25.03.1780, d 14.10.1864, MP, 3rd son) had issue
  m. (12.09.1820) Charlotte Gordon (d 01.12.1845, dau of Charles Gordon of Cluny, widow of Sir John Lowther Johnstone, 6th Bart of Westerhall)
  c. Johanna Elizabeth Weyland
  m1. (02.09.1802/7) Henry Jodrell of Bayfield (b 1750, dsp 1814)
m2. (20.07.1815) George N. Best (b 1768-9, d 25.03.1845, of the Middle Temple)
  d. Sophia Weyland
  m1. (30.09.1798) Robert Mosse (d 17.06.1801)
  m2. Rev. John Ballard
  e. Marianne Weyland
  m. (19.05/6.1815) Sir Gregory Holman Way (dsp 20.02.1844, Major General)
  f. Emma Catherine Weyland
  m. (03.05.1804) David Chambers (b 1771-2, d 24.05.1845, Captain RN)
  g. Letitia Cicely Weyland (d 03.03.1868)
  m. (29.05.1813) Sir Edward Bowyer-Smijth of Hill Hall & Boreham Hall, Bart (b 1785, d 1850)
  h.+ other issue (d young) - Mark, Frances Appollonia
  ii. Letitia Weyland
  m. (18.07.1773) Robert Hudson of Teddington
  iii. Ann Weyland
  m. _ Warren
  a. Ann Warren
  m. Rev. Henry Vernon
  iv.+ other issue - Susanna, Sarah

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section : BHO ('An Essay towards a Topographical History of the County of Norfolk, vol 6, 'Hundred of South Greenhoe: Oxburgh')
(2) For lower section : BLG1886 ('Weyland of Woodeaton')
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