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This section first uploaded 11.07.05.
Jordan le Brett first name kindly provided by a contributor (VJJ, 13.06.06)
m. Joane de Heriz (dau of William de Heriz by Maud Basset)
1. Roger le Brett
  m. Bamburga (dau of John, Lord Daincourt)
  A. Sir John le Brett
  i. Catherine le Brett
  m. Sir John Caltofte
  a. Alice Caltofte
  m. Sir William Chaworth (a 1398)



This section first uploaded 09.07.07.
Walter de Ridlesford, lord of Bray
m. Amabilis FitzHenry
1. Walter de Ridlesford, lord of Bray
  m. Amora de Vitre
  A. Emeline de Riddlesford (b 1223, d 1275/6) HJY
  m. (1243/4) Stephen de Longespee Plantagenet (b c1216, d by 23.01.1274, Justiciar of Ireland) HJY
2. Basilie de Ridlesford
  m. Richard de Cogan



This section first uploaded 15.06.20.
Matthew Stewart of Newton (d 1764, cadet of Newhall)
m. (1741) Jean Galt or Arnot (dau of John Galt by Isabella, sister/heir of Anna Arnot of Lochrig)
1. Alexander Arnot Stewart of Lochrig, last of Newton (d 1769)
2. Mathew Arnot Stewart of Lochrig (d 08.01.1796)
  m. Mary Brown (dau/heir of John Brown of Gabrochhill)
  A. Mathew Arnot Stewart of Lochrig (b 1796, d unm)
  B. Eliza Stewart, last of Lochrig (dspm)
  m. _ Brown of Auchintorley



This section first uploaded 18.06.20.
Thomas Cuningham of Langlane (a 1462)
1. Alexander Cuningham of Langlane
  A. William Cuningham of Langlane
  i. Alexander Cuningham of Langlane
  a. ?? Cuningham of Langlane
  Uncertain on number of intervening generations
  (1) ?? Cuningham of Langlane
(A) Alexander Cuningham, last of Langlane (a 1663)
  ii. Adam Cuningham in Potterhill (a 1553)
  a. John Cuningham of Rudelands
  (1) Paterson (2/498) suggests that this was the John who married Janet Macadam and was father, by Janet Macadam, of William (dsp), Hew, John & Adam (ancestor of the Cuninghames of Enterkine) with John being father of 3 daughters by Jean Leslie than father of 5 sons (including Sir John of Lambruchton) + 4 daughters by Elizabeth Sinclair with Sir John beging father of 4 sons + 2 daughters by Margaret Murray. We think that he has confused John of Rudelands with John of Brownhill who, with disagreement on several of the details on his family, we show elsewhere (## see here ##). Paterson (2/488) provides information on the Cuninghames of Enterkine and starts with Adam Cuninghame of Privet, 4th son of John of Rudelands. We think that he has confused the following Adam, son of this John, as the Adam who was 4th son of John of Brownhill (## see here ##).
(2) BLG1952 ('Cuninghame of Caprington') & BPGS2001 ('Fergusson-Cuninghame of Caprington') identify Hew, '3rd' son of William Cuninghame, 5th of Caprington, as "of Previck" (## see here ##). Paterson (2/410) identifies Hugh, William's 4th son (Paterson mentions an elder brother who is not give by Burke's Publications), as "predecessor of the Enterkin family". However, Paterson (2/488) provides the following line for the Cuninghames of Enterkine, identifying the first one as son of the following Adam, designating him as "of Privet" (i.e Previck). Acknowledging that Paterson appears to be confused as to the identity of the following Adam son of John, we assume that the mention of Privet/Previck is either erroneous or irrelevant.
  (1) Adam Cuninghame (d 03.1646)
  m1. ??
  (A) William Cuninghame of Previck
  (i) John Cuninghame of Enterkine (a 1775 sb 1675?)
  m. Mary
  (a) John Cuninghame of Enterkine
  Too many generations? Dates confused? We hope to review this further in due course.
  ((1)) ?? Cuninghame
  ((A)) William Cuninghame of Enterkine (a 1760)
m. Catherine Stewart (dau of Major General _ Stewart of Stair)
  ((i)) William Allason Cuninghame, later Logan Allason of Logan & Aston
  m. _ Allason, heiress of Logan
  (b) Margaret Cuninghame
  m. William Baillie of Edinburgh
  (c) Esther Cuninghame (bur 07.04.1700)
  m1. William Fletcher of New Cranstoun
  m2. (mcrt 15.09.1691) Sir James Dalrymple of Killoch, Bart
  (B)+ other issue - John, James
  m2. Ester Fullartone (dau of Rev. William Fullartone of St. Qivox)



This section first uploaded 29.08.22.
Thomas de Herle of Welsted, Northamptonshire
1. Henry de Herle
  A. John de Herle
  m. _ Gildon
  i. William de Herle, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas (a temp Edward 1 who r. 1272-1307)
  m. Katherine Beauchamp (dau of Humphrey Beauchamp)
  a. Sir William de Herle
  m. Margaret Courteney (dau of Sir Philip Courteney)
  (1) Sir Robert de Herle (dsp 1367)
  (2) Margaret de Herle
  m. Sir Ralph de Hastings of Wistow (d 134*, Governor of York)



This section first uploaded 29.11.22.
We have 'parked' the following here to make sure that we do not lose sight of it and to remind us that the Paynel/Paynell/Paganel/Paganell family is worthy of further investigation. We hope to do that in due course.
Thomas Paynell of Boothby Paynell, Lincolnshire
m. Elizabeth Gobion, heiress of Knaptoft (dau/coheir of Richard Gobion of Knaptoft & Gobion (who d 1300))
1. Sir John Paynell (d 1331)
  m. Cecilia
  A. Sir John Paynell (dvp)
  m. Margaret Bozon (dau of John Bozon)
i. John Paynell
  m. Margaret de Annesley (dau of Thomas de Annesley)
  a. Thomas Paynell (dsp)
  b. Margaret Paynell
  m1. Thomas Kinnesman (a 1428)
  (1) Elizabeth Kinnesman
  m1. John Turpin of Whitchester (d 1494, son of Nicholas)
  m2. Sir David Brecknock
  (A) Isabel Brecknock
  m. Thomas Stonor of Stonor
  Note that the Stonor source identifies Thomas's wife as "Sibilla or Isabel Brecknock (dau/heir of Sir David Brecknock by Elizabeth, dau of Sir Stephen Kennesman by Elizabeth, dau of Sir John Paynell (son of Thomas by _ Tilley) by Margaret, dau of Sir Richard Gobion, son of William, son of Sir Hugo, son of Sir Auncellus, son of Sir Richard of Northton)".
  m2. John Deene of Barroughby, Lincolnshire
  (2)+ other issue - James of Barroughby, John
  B. Geffrey Paynell (d 1436)
  m. Margaret Everingham (dau of Adam Everingham of Berkin)
Nicholas does not follow this line but does identify Geffrey as ancestor of later Paynells of Boothby. This must be the Jefferie Paynell, married to Margaret Everingham, who is shown by Visitation (Robert Cooke (alias Chester), Lincolnshire, 1562-4, 'Paynell'), which is given in 'The Genealogist' (edited by George Marshall, vol 4, p263), as ancestor of the following. Note that those sources show Jefferie as having a different ancestry to what is shown above. They show him as son (by Margaret, dau of Philip Tilney) of John Paynell son of John son of Sir John of West Raisen & Boothby son of Sir John Paynell of West Raisen (Lincolnshire) by Agnes, dau/heir of Sir Alexander Paynell of Boothby (by Isabel, dau of SIr Christopher Nevill of Grimesthorpe).
  i. John Paynell of Boothby
  m. Elizabeth Barkley (dau of Sir Morice Barkley of Wymondham)
  a. Richard Paynell 'of Boothby Paynell'
  m. Elizabeth Bozon (dau/heir of Sir Richard Bozon by Dorothy, dau/heir of James Deane)
  (1) Francis Paynell of Boothby (a 1562)
  (2) Richard Paynell

Main source(s):
(1) For le Brett : Visitation (Nottinghamshire, 1569+1614, Chaworth)
(2) For Ridlesford : various web sites
(3) For Stewart : 'History of the County of Ayr' (James Paterson, vol 2, 1852, p458)
(4) For Cuninghame : various pages, as identified above, in 'History of the County of Ayr' (James Paterson, vol 2, 1852)
(5) For Herle : 'History and Antiquities of the County of Leicester' (John Nichols, vol 4, part 2, 1811, 'Pedigree of Herle and Hastings of Kirby Muxloe, Braunston, &c.', p627)
(6) For Paynell : 'History and Antiquities of the County of Leicester' (John Nichols, vol 4, part 1, 1807, 'Pedigree of Gobion and Turpin of Knaptoft', p225)
[The section on Kaynes has been absorbed by Kenyes1; that on Aylesbury has been moved to Aylesbury1; that on Cathcart to Cathcart04; that on Vanlore to VZmisc01; that on Dudmaston to DZmisc13; that on Bozon by Bozun2.]
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