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This section first uploaded 06.05.06.
Richard Blake (a c1550)
BLG1886 (Blake of Renvyle) identifies Richard as ancestor of the Blakes of Kiltullagh (now Frenchfort) and Cregg Castle.
1. ?? Blake
  A. ?? Blake
  i. ?? Blake
  Uncertain on number of intevening generations.
a. ?? Blake
  (1) ?? Blake
  (A) Nicholas Blake
  (i) Francis Blake
  m. Julia Tierney
  (a) James Blake of Cregg Castle
  m. (16.06.1787) Jane Joyce (dau of Walter Joyce of Merview)
  ((1)) Francis Blake of Cregg Castle, Sheriff of co. Galway (b 07.02.1789, d 1869) had issue
  m. (13.01.1819) Georgina Burke (dau of Richard Burke of Glinsk by Johanna Harriet, sister of 1st Lord Wallscourt)
  ((2)) Mary Blake
  m. James MacDermott of Ramore
  ((3))+ other issue - Henry, Pierce, Walter
  (b) Henry Blake

 

 

This section first uploaded 06.11.08 (previously uploaded on 22.02.07 within Bartlett01).
We originally thought that the following Thomas was the same person as Thomas Barttelot, shown by BP1934 (Barrttelot) as ancestor of Barrtelots of Gloucestershire, but that view was changed when we realised that the dates make this Thomas much earlier than that Thomas.
Thomas Bartlett
1. Thomas Bartlett
  A. Henry Bartlett of Castle Morton, Worcestershire
i. Edmond Bartlett of Castle Morton (3rd son)
  m. Agnes or Anne Clarke (dau of Richard Clarke)
  a. Thomas Bartlett of Senbury, Gloucestershire had issue
  m. Isabel Arnold (dau of Richard Arnold of Hartbury)
  b. Richard Bartlett of Castle Morton (not Norton)
  m. Alice Rudinge (dau of ?? Rudinge of Marten Hosentrey)
  (1) Sir Henry Bartlett of Castle Morton
  m. _ Dutton (dau of _ Dutton of Hatton)
  (A) Sir Thomas Bartlett of Senbury
  m. Mary Dauntesey (dau of Sir John Dauntesey of Wiltshire)
  (i) John Bartlett (dsp)
  m. Jane Kelway (dau of Robert Kelway)
  (ii) Amy Bartlett (d young)
  (iii) Elizabeth Bartlett
  m1. Sir Richard Cave
(a) Henry Cave
  m2. Thomas Yeates or Yates
  (iv) Katherine Bartlett
  m. Sir Allin Butler
  (a)+ issue - Edward, Lettice
  (2) Thomas Bartlett
  c. John Bartlett
  m. Thomasin Sapcottes of Northamptonshire
  (1)+ issue - Richard, Dorothy, Elizabeth
  d. Joan Bartlett
  m. Thomas Brooke
  e. Isabell Bartlett
  m. Richard Crowes
  f. Eleanor Bartlett
  m. Roger Frewen (not Screwen) (bur 1576)
  ii.+ other issue (dsp) - Thomas, Richard, John

 

 

This section first uploaded 19.09.16.
Sir Robert de Aspale, Suffolk (a 1328)
m. Alicia de Cressingham (a 1339, dau/heir of Hugo de Cressingham)
1. Thomas de Aspale of Lackford, Suffolk (a 1350, younger son)
  m. Mirabilia Wake (dau of Huge Wake of Blysworth, brother (sb uncle?) of John)
  A. Sir John de Aspale of Lackford (a 1365)
  m. Katharine Peche (dau/heir of Sir Gilbert Peche, m2. Sir Thomas Notbeme)
  i. Mirabilia de Aspale (b c1370, a 1406)
  m. William Geddyng of Lackford (a 1401)

 

 

This section first uploaded 18.12.16.
Samuel Horne (d 16.08.1768, rector of Otham)
m. Anne Hendley (d 10.03.1787, dau of Bowyer Hendley of Otham)
1. William Horne of Gore Court. (b 1739-40, d 10.07.1821)
  m. Elizabeth Hendley (b 01.03.1738, d 04.06.1774, dau of William Hendley of Gore Court)
  A. William Horne of Gore Court (a 1828, rector of Otham)
  m. (1799) Maria Whitear (dau of Rev. William Whitear of Oare)
2. George Horne, Bishop of Norwich
  m. Felicia Burton of Leicestershire
  A. Felicia Horne
  m. Rev. Silby Hele
  B. Maria Horne (d unm?)
  C. Sarah Horne
  m. Rev. _ Hole

 

 

This section first uploaded 12.04.17.
BEB1841 ('Williams of Clapton') identifies Judith Booth, who married Sir Hutchins Williams in 1726, as dau/heir of James Booth of Theobalds, "grandson of George Booth, esq. of Dunham Massey". That George Booth would possibly be Sir George Booth, 1st Bart of Dunham Massey (b 1566, d 1652). [It appears that there was no George in the generation after the 1st Bart, which was possibly the more likely generation if that connection was valid.] However, a site visitor (CV, 11.04.17) has kindly provided us with bits of information, garnered from one or more searches online, that suggest that that was not the case. The following is an attempt to pull together than information which included reference to Richard Booth, alderman of London, as being "a cadet of the family of Booth, Earl of Warrington". The 1st Earl of Warrington was the 3rd Bart of Dunham Massey.
William Booth of Bishops Tachbrook, Warwickshire
m. Abigail
1. Richard Booth of Bishops Tachbrook
  A. Richard Booth of London (d 1692, grocer, alderman of London)
i. James Booth of Theobalds, Hertfordshire (bpt 29.06.1665, d by 1733, younger son)
  m. Martha
  a. James Booth of Theobalds (b 1703-4, a 07.1722, dvp?)
  b. Elizabeth Booth (bpt 11.07.1698)
  m. James Hustler of Acklam
  c. Judith Booth (bpt 29.05.1700, d 06.06.1754)
  m. (1726) Sir Hutchins Williams of Clapton, 1st Bart (b c1701, d 11.1758)
  d. Ann Booth
  ii. Jane Booth (b c1659, d 21.09.1721) probably of this generation
  m. (06.01.1675) Peter Du Cane of London (b 1645, d 09.1714)
  iii. Elizabeth Booth (b 27.12.1662) probably the Elizabeth who married ...
  m. Montague Cholmeley of Easton (d 05.03.1700)
  iv.+ other issue - Richard of London, George (b 09.03.1664), John (bpt 05.12.1665), Katherine (b 15.11.1661)
  B. Thomas Booth of London probably of this generation
  m. Anne Quiney (dau of Richard Quiney of Stratford-upon-Avon)

Main source(s):
(1) For Blake of Cregg Castle : BLG1886 (Blake of Cregg Castle)
(2) For Bartlett : Visitation (Harleian Society 1885, Gloucestershire, 1569, Bartlett)
(3) For Aspale : 'The History and Antiquities of Suffolk - Thingoe Hundred' by John Cage (1838, p47)
(4) For Horne : CountyGen (Kent, Berry, 1830, p175)
(5) For Booth : as reported above
[The section on Littleton of Mounslow & Stoke Newburgh has been moved to Lyttleton03.]
[The section on Gordon of Invergordon has been moved to Gordon18; that of Gore of Tring to Gore3.]
[The section on John Locke has been absorbed by Locke1.]

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