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This section first uploaded 21.07.07.
Ambrose Crowley of Stourbridge
m1. Mary Hall
1. Sir Ambrose Crowley of Greenwich, Alderman & Sheriff of London (b 1658, d 11.10.1713, industrialist)
  m. Mary Owen (b c1665, d 1727, dau of Charles Owen of family of Condover)
  A. John Crowley of Barking
  m. Theodosia Gascoyne (dau of Rev. Joseph Gascoyne or Gascoigne of Enfield by Anne, dau of Sir Francis Theobald)
  i. Elizabeth Crowley (b c1728, d 05.02.1781)
m. (28.06.1756) John Ashburnham, 2nd Earl of Ashburnham (b 30.10.1724, d 08.04.1812)
  B. Mary Crowley
  m. James Hallett of Dunmow (son of Sir James of London)
  C. Lettice Crowley (d 08.1718)
  m. Sir John Hinde Cotton of Madingley Hall, 3rd Bart (b 1688-9, d 04.02.1752)
  D. Sarah Crowley
  m. Humphrey Parsons of Surrey, 'Lord Mayor of London'
i. Anne Parsons (d by 1769) apparently of this generation
  m. (08.1754) Sir John Hinde Cotton of Madingley Hall, 4th Bart (d by 03.01.1795)
  E. Ann Crowley
  m1. Richard Fleming of Hampshire
  m2. Sir Francis Seymour Pile of North Stoneham and Somerley, 6th Bart (dsp 04.05.1761)
  F. Elizabeth Crowley (bpt 24.12.1702, d 24.10.1769)
  m. (06.03.1724-5) John St. John, 10th Lord of Bletso (d 24.06.1757)
  There was also an Elizabeth (dsp 15.02.1746), dau of Sir Ambrose Crawley, who married Sir William Stanhope of Ascot (b 20.07.1702, d 05.1772) but she appears not to be of this family.
  G.+ 7 (5?) others (d infant)
2. John Crowley
3. Sarah Crowley probably of this generation, of this marriage
  m. (06.05.1693) Charles Lloyd of Dolobran (b 18.08.1662, d 21.01.1747)
4. Mary Crowley (b 15.09.1677) probably of this family, of this generation, of this marriage
  m. (1695) Sampson Lloyd (b 26.02.1664)
m2 _ Morris (dau of Samuel Morris)
5. Samuel Crowley to Virginia?

 

 

This section first uploaded 10.07.17.
James Carter of Lusborough (in Romney) (b c1647, d 1723)
m. Elizabeth Grove (b c1654, d 1723, dau of Ambrose Grove)
1. (James) Carter 'of Lusborough' probably the son of this generation
  A. Elizabeth Carter (b 1753, d 06.10.1833)
  m. Thomas Jeans
2. Mary Carter
  m. (10.01.1724-5) John Arderne of The Oak & Romney

 

 

This section first uploaded 03.10.19.
Dorothea Julia is identified in BIFR1976 ('Blood') as "dau of Rev. Jacques Ingram, by his wife Mary, dau of Rev. John Smyth, son of Rt. Rev. Thomas Smyth, Bishop of Limerick, Ardfort and Aghadoe". BLGI1912 ('Blood of Ballykilty') identifies her as "dau. of Rev. Jacques Ingram, and niece of Dr. Smyth, Archbishop of Dublin". A note to BLG1847 (''Seymour of Castletown') identifies the wife of Rev. Deane Hoare as "eldest dau. of Alderman John Ingram, of Limerick, and sister of the Rev. Jacob Ingram, chancellor of St. Mary's Catherine, granddau. of Dr. Thomas Smyth, Bishop of Limerick, and niece of Dr. Arthur Smyth, Archbishop of Dublin". Provisonally, we pull these together as follows.
John Ingram of Limerick (Alderman)
1. Jacques or Jacob Ingram
  m. Mary Smyth (dau of Rev. John Smyth (brother of Archbishop Arthur & son of Bishop Thomas ))
  A. Dorothea Julia Ingram
  m. (06.02.1784) Matthew Blood, later Blood-Smyth, of Castle Fergus (d 20.08.1820)
2. daughter
  m. Rev. Deane Hoare @@ just below

 

 

This section first uploaded 03.10.19.
We start with a brother & sister, who was "of a highly respectable family, long seated in Limerick", whom we shows as children of ...
?? Hoare
1. ?? Hoare
  A. ?? Hoare presumed intermediary generation
  i. Rev. Deane Hoare
  m. ?? Ingram ("eldest dau. of Alderman John Ingram, of Limerick") @@ just above
  a. John Hoare (b c1766, d 1813, rector of Rathkeale) had issue
  m. Rachel Newenham (dau of Sir Edward Newenham, Bart)
  b. William Hoare (b 31.10.1773, d 1823, minister of St. George's, vicar-general of Limerick) had issue
  m. (Louisa) Guinness (sister of Arthur Guinness of Beaumont)
2. daughter
  m. Edward Wight, Sheriff then Mayor of Limerick (a 1676, d 1723)

 

 

This section first uploaded 14.10.19.
William de Passenham of Passenham (d 1278)
1. William de Passenham of Passenham (dsp)
2. Henry de Passenham of Passenham (dsp)
3. Alicia de Passenham
  m. Sir John de Wideville of Grafton (a 1297)
4. Margaret de Passenham
  m. Robert de Kersebrook
  A. Henry de Kersebrok (a 1332)

 

 

This section first uploaded 24.10.19.
Ralph Wac or Wake
1. Ralph Wake
  A. Simon Wake (dsp)
  B. Matthew Wake of Ebbesbourn (Wiltshire) & Brockhole (Northamptonshire) (d 1247-8)
  m. ?? Lovell (dau of Henry Lovell or Luvell of Castle Cary)
  i. Joan Wake (a 1282)
  m. Philip de Lucien of Ireland, later of Brockhole (d by 1282)
  a. Sir Philip de Lucien of Brockhole (d by 1323)
  m. Margery Lisle (dau of Sir Warine Lisle of Stow, m2. Edmund Pinkeney) ## see here ##
  (1) Sir Philip de Lucien of Brockhole (d by 1347)
  m. Alice (a 1368)
  (A) Philip Lucien (a 1347, dsp)
  (B) Sir Warine Lucien of Brockhole, Sheriff of Northamptonshire (a 1403, MP)
  p. Katherine Spiggy of Brockhole
  (i) Warine Lucien 9dsp)
  ii. Christiana Wake
  m. Berenger de Wells
  a. John Berenger
  (1)+ issue (dsp) - Ingelgram, Christiana
  b. Nicholas Berenger had issue
  iii. Ela Wake
  m. Richard de Wiggebery
2. Geoffrey Wake of Ebbesbourn (a 1210) had issue

Main source(s):
(1) For Crowley : various web sites, in particular http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~crowley/Ambrose/sirambrose.html
(2) For Carter: 'Whitaker of Hesley Hall, Grayshott Hall, Pylewell Park, and Palermo' by Robert Sanderson Whitaker (1907, 'Pedigree of Wakefield and allied Families', p64)
(3) For Ingram : as reported above
(4) For Hoare : a note to the section on 'Family of Wight of Wightfield' within BLG1847 ('Seymour of Castletown')
(5) For Passenham : 'The History and Antiquities of the County of Northampton' (George Baker, vol 2, 1841, p188)
(6) For Wake-Lucien : 'The History and Antiquities of the County of Northampton' (George Baker, vol 1, 1830, 'Wake and Lucien of Brockhole', p113)
[The section on Braylesford of Braylesford was moved to Brailsford1 on 04.07.16. // The section on Sir Thomas More was moved to Moore08 on 09.03.09. // The section on Shirley of Wiston was deleted on 18.08.05 when Shirley1 was reviewed & extended. // The section on Broughton of Toddington was moved to Broughton2 on 08.12.06. // The section on Basset of Cheadle & Blore was moved to Basset4 on 20.03.07. // The section on Leeke of Cotham was moved to Leeke01 on 29.01.09. // The section on Dudley of Clopton (Clapton) was moved to Dudlay02 on 17.08.19.]
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