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This section first uploaded 12.11.04.
Sir Henry Barnard of Bridgnorth and London (b c1615, d 25.04.1680)
m. Emma Charlton (dau of Robert Charlton of Whitton)
The following connections were kindly brought to our attention by a contributor (RD, 07.11.04).
1. Elizabeth Barnard (d 26.05.1719)
  m. (before 1673) Sir James Brydges, 8th Lord Chandos (b 09.1642, d 16.10.1714)
2. Emma Barnard
  m1. (1667) Francis Willoughby of Wollaton and Middleton (b c1635, d 03.07.1672)
  m2. Sir Josiah Child of Wansted, Bart (d 22.06.1699)



This section first uploaded 15.12.04.
John Graham of Duchray (b c1600, d 1700)
Some say that John was son of Thomas Graham who bought Duchray in 1622 (from his nephew) but others say that he was the John Graeme who was son of Patrick Graeme, 3rd of Inchbrakie. We show his descendants in this Temporary file pending further investigation.
m. Marion Graham of Rednock (dau of John Graham of Rednock)
1. Thomas Graham of Rednock and Duchray
  m. (1669) Margery Campbell (b 15.07.1644, dau of Colin Campbell of Mochaster)
  A. Alexander Graham of Rednock and Duchray
  m. Margaret Stirling (dau of George Stirling of Auchyle and Herbertshire)
i. Thomas Graham of Rednock and Duchray (dsp 18.06.1773)
  ii. John Graham of Rednock and Duchray (d 14.10.1790, captain)
  m. Christian Murray (dau of Robert Murray or Macgregor of Glencarnock)
  a. Alexander Graham-Stirling of Auchyle, Rednock and Duchray (b 1769, d 08.05.1849, Lt. General)
  m. (1794) Margaret Moncrieff (dau of Col. James Moncrieff of Sauchope)
  (1) Mary Ann Graham-Stirling (eldest dau)
  m. (28.08.1833) Henry Winter Sheppard (rector of Emsworth)
  Duchray (later sold) and Rednock passed to their elder son whose nephew-successor took the name Graham.
  (2)+ 5 sons (presumed dsp) and 8 daughters
2. daughter probably of this generation
  m. Duncan Macfarlane (b c1643)
3. Jean Graham probably of this generation
  m. Duncan Stewart, 8th of Glenbuckie (b c1630)



This section first uploaded 04.01.05.
1. Simon
  A. Alan ancestor of Kinnear of that ilk
  B. Simon (archdeacon of Aberdeen)
  C. Matthew, Bishop of Aberdeen (d 1199)
  D. Odo the steward (d c1195)
  i. Adam de Kinninmonth --
  ii. Elias de Kinninmonth



This section first uploaded 21.04.09.
BP1870 reports that "This is one of the very few native families which has been dignified by the peerage of Ireland. The O'Callaghans were formerly princes of the province of Munster; and were seated at the castle of Drumaneen. ... From a junior branch of this great Milesian house descended" the undermentioned Cornelius (son of Timothy). For the early generations of this family, see OCallaghan1. We start with the unnamed father of Edward who is described by Commoners (vol 2, Deane-Freeman of Castle Cor) as "ancestor to the Lords Lismore" and is identified as brother of the wife of William Freeman who (that sister) is identified as "of the ancient house of Clonmeen".
?? O'Callaghan
1. Edward O'Callaghan (of Banytre) presumed father of ...
A. Timothy O'Callaghan of Banytre, co. Cork
  i. Cornelius O'Callaghan (MP for Fethard)
  m. Maria Jolley (dau of Robert Jolley)
  a. Thomas O'Callaghan of Shanbally, co. Tipperary
  m1. (1740) Sarah Davis (dau of John Davis of Carrickfergus by Anne, dau of William Caulfeild, 2nd Viscount Charlemont)
  (1) Cornelius O'Callaghan, 1st Lord Lismore of Shanbally (b 07.01.1742, d 01.07.1797)
  m. (1774) Frances Ponsonby (b 1757, d 1827, dau of Speaker John Ponsonby, niece of Earl of Bessborough & Duke of Devonshire)
(A) Cornelius O'Callaghan, 1st Viscount Lismore (b 02.10.1775, d 30.05.1857) had issue
  m. (11.08.1808, div 1826) Eleanor Butler (d 10.1859, dau of John, 17th Earl of Ormonde)
  (B) Louisa O'Callaghan (d 18.04.1863)
  m. (18.07.1807) William Cavendish (d 14.01.1812)
  (C) Elizabeth O'Callaghan (d 1824)
  m. (1801) John Hyde of Castle Hyde
  (D) Mary O'Callaghan
  m. (27.12.1849) Rev. Thomas Scott of Barmeen & Carrickdarragh
  (E)+ other issue - Sir Robert William (b 10.1777, d 09.06.1840, Lt. General), George (b 09.09.1787, d 13.03.1856)
  m2. Hannah Rogerson (dau of Chief Justice Rogerson, widow of Anthony Jephson)
  (2) Elizabeth O'Callaghan
  m1. Robert Longfield of Castle Mary
  m2. William Colthurst
  b.+ 2 sons (dsp)
2. daughter 'of Banytre'
  m. William Freeman of Castle Cor



This section first uploaded 05.06.20.
John Kennedy of Baltersan (a 1591)
It is not clear whether or not this John was related to the earlier James Kennedy of Baltersan (dsp before 1515) as Paterson suggests that, after James, Baltersan was owned by the Abbey of Crossraguel.
m. Margaret Cathcart
1. John Kennedy of Baltersan (d 1609)
  m. Florence McDougal
  A. Sir John Kennedy of Baltersan & Grenane (d before 1616)
  i. Sir John Kennedy of Baltersan & Barneolin (a 1656)
  It appears that Baltersan was sold to Thomas Kennedy of Baltersan.
  B. Marioun Kennedy probably of this generation
  m. George Campbell, younger of Schankistone (dvp 1608-9)



This section first uploaded 11.08.20.
Thomas Greening (d 09.1757, gardener to King George II)
1. Thomas Greening (dvp 02.1757, gardener to King George II)
  A. Sir Henry Thomas Greening, later Gott of Newland Park, Chalfont St. Peter, Buckinghamshire (b 1730, d 14.11.1809, gardener to King George II)
  Wikipedia reports that "In 1769 Henry Greening changed his surname to Gott, as directed by the terms of the will of his cousin Mary Gott of Streat, Sussex."
  m. (Sarah) Hooper (dau of Richard Hooper of Lyonshall) @@ just below
  i. Sarah Gott
  Wikipedia notes that Sarah's mother was sister to the mothers of both her husbands.
  m1. Robert Whitcombe of The Whittern
  m2. (16.02.1796) Sir Harford Jones Brydges, 1st Bart



This section first uploaded 11.08.20.
Richard Hooper of ('The Whittern in') Lyonshall
1. Winifred Hooper
  m. Harford Jones of Presteign (d 1798)
2. Elizabeth Hooper
  m. Robert Whitcombe of Kington (b 1730, d 1810)
3. Sarah Hooper first name found on various web sites
  m. Sir Henry Thomas Greening, later Gott of Newland Park (b 1730, d 14.11.1809) @@ just above

Main source(s):
(1) For Barnard of Bridgnorth : as reported above with cross-references from within the database
(2) For Graham of Rednock and Duchray : BLG1952 (Graham of Rednock formerly of Duchray)
(3) For ancestors of Kinnimonth families : information kindly provided by Elsie Ritchie (genealogist of Traill and other families, 16.04.04)
(4) For O'Callaghan of Bantyre, Lismore, Shanbally : BP1870 (Lismore), TCP (Lismore)
(5) For Kennedy of Baltersan : 'History of the County of Ayr' (James Paterson, vol 2, 1852, p294+)
(6)/(7) For Greening-Gott : Wikipedia ("Henry Gott")
[The information on the family of Myddleton of Chirk was uploaded as MiddletonXX (later renamed Middleton08) on 01.12.04.]
[The section on Langharne of St. Bride's has been transferred to Laugharne1; that on Annand of Sauchie to AZmisc08; that on Dunbar of Weathersta to Dunbar08; and than on Kennedy of Balmaclanachan to Kennedy05.]

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