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This section first uploaded 06.04.07.
Presumed to have descended from the Colviles of Newton Colvile, Isle of Ely, Cambridgeshire, was ...
Sir Robert Colvil of Newtown, Co. Down
m1. Rose Hill (dau of Francis Hill of Hill Hall) wife of Sir Robert, presumed mother of ...
1. Sir Robert Colville of Newtown
  m. Olivia St. George (dsp bur 29.01.1723/4, dau of Sir Oliver St. George, 1st Bart of Carrickdrumrusk) possibly 2nd wife of 'his father'
2. Hugh Colvile identified in TCP (Mountcashell) as son and heir of Sir Robert
  A. Robert Colville
  B. Alicia Colville (b c1700, d 10.08.1762) identified in TCP (Mountcashell) as sister and heir of Robert
  m. (21.11.1719) Stephen Moore of Kilworth, later 1st Viscount Mount Cashell (b c1695, d 26.02.1766)
3. Rose Colvile
  m. John Hawkins, later Hawkins-Magill of Gill Hall, Sheriff of co. Down (b 1675, d 05.09.1713, MP)
4. Elizabeth Colvile
  m. (1705) Sir Ralph Gore, 4th Bart of Manor Gore & Manor Hamilton (Chancellor of the Exchequer, Speaker of the House of Commons)



This section first uploaded 06.04.07.
Thomas Sarsonn
1. Thomas Sarsonn (a 1393, baron of the exchequer)
  m. Joane Barod (dau of Sir Edmond Barod)
  A. Richard Sarsonn de Pinchbeck
  m. Margaret Welby
  i. Richard Pinchbeck (a 1492)
  m. Margaret Talboys (dau of Walter Talboys)
a. Sir Thomas Pinchbeck
  m. Anne Greene (dau of Sir Thomas Greene of Northamptonshire)
  (1) Thomas Pinchbeck
  (A) Gilbert Pinchbeck
  m. Maud Berefeild
  (i) Nicholas Pinchbeck of Pinchbeck
  m. Dorothy Harrington (dau of Sir John Harrington)
  (a) Anne Pinchbeck
  m. John Colville of Newton
  (2) John Pinchbeck
  (3) Elizabeth Pinchbeck probably of this generation
  m. John Hardwick of Hardwick Hall (d 1507)
  b. Richard Pinchbeck
  m. Joane
  (1) Richard Pinchbeck
  c. William Pinchbeck (parson of Sarflett)
  B.+ other issue - Raffe, Thomas, Nicholas



This section first uploaded 20.05.07.
Sir John (or Piers) Mylbourne 'of Tillington'
Elizabeth's husband is called Sir John by BE1883 (Furnival) & Commoners (vol I, Baskerville of Clyrow Court) but Piers by Visitation.
m. Elizabeth Eynford (dau/heir of John Eynford (by dau/heir of Gerard Furnyvall), m22. Sir John Baskervile)
1. John Mylbourne 'of London'
  m. Elizabeth Devereux (dau of Walter Devereux)
  A. Symon Mylbourne of Tillington & Icomb
  m. Jane Baskervile (dau of Ralph Baskevile by Ann, dau of Sir John Blackett of Icomb)
  i. Elizabeth Mylbourne
  m1. Thomas Monington 'of Sarnfield'
  m2. John Whittington of Pauntley (d 1525)
  ii. Sibil Mylbourne
  m1. Richard Hackluyt of Hacklute of Yetton (Eaton)
  Visitation mentions only Sibil's marriage to Richard Hackluyt but Sibil appears also to have married ...
  m2. John Brenton or Breynton of Herefordshire
  a. Elizabeth Brenton
  m. Sir James Baskervile of Erdisley
iii. Anne Mylbourne
  m. William Rudhall
  iv. Joyce Mylbourne
  m. Thomas Hyatt of Lydney
  v. Catherine Mylbourne
  m. Thomas Barton of Weobley
  vi. Blanch Mylbourne (a 1545, 'Lady Troy', 'Lady Mistress' of Elizabeth I & Edward VI when they were children)
  m1. (1494) James Whitney (d 30.06.1500)
m2. (c1501) Sir William Herbert of Troy (d 1524, illegitimate son of 1st Earl of Pembroke)
  vii. Elinor Mylbourne
  m. John Moore of (Bromsgrove or) Doulkyn or Douklen ('Donkley Park') (son of Humfrey by Catharine, dau of Henry Lister)
  The following comes from Visitation (Worcestershire, 1569, Foliot).
  a. Jane Moore
  m1. James Dingley
  m2. Michael Ashfield
  m3. Thomas Parker of Northlach
  b. Margaret Moore
  m. William Stamford of Rowley
  c. Elizabeth or Ellenor Moore
  m. John Folyotte or Foliot
  viii. Alice Mylbourne
  m1. Henry Myles
  m2. Thomas Baskervile
ix. Margaret Mylbourne
  Visitation shows Margaret's husband as Thomas Baron of Burford but the Harleian Editor corrected that to ...
  m. Richard Bishop of Burford
  x. Agnes Mylbourne
  m. John Walwyn of Longworth (not Thomas Walwyn of Helyns)
  xi. Jane Mylbourne
  m. Sir Richard Cornwell of Berington
  xiii.+ other issue (dsp) - Jane, Juliana
  B. Joan Mylbourne shown by various web sites as of this generation
  m. John Englefield (dvp 1463-4)



This section first uploaded 06.06.07.
William Lamb of Farndish (Northamptonshire) & Farndish (Bedfordshire)
1. Judith Lamb (b 10.01.1724/5, d 03.12.1761)
  m. (20.07.1744) Sir Edward Noel, 6th Bart, 1st Viscount Wentworth of Wellesborough (b 30.08.1715, d 31.10.1774)
2. daughter
  m. Edward Smith of Coventry (physician)
  A. Edward Sawyer Smith (d 1756, minister of Rodmartin)
  m. (1744) Diana Orlebar (dau of Thomas Orlebar, brother of Richard of Hinwick House)
  i. Edward Orlebar Smith of Aspley House (b c1746, d 1820, rector of Hulcote then Vletchley)
  m. (1779) Charlotte Hervey (dau of Rev. Edward Hervey of Chiltern House & Aspley House by Mary, dau of Browne Willis)
  a. Charles Hervey Smith of Aspley House (b 07.10.1783) had issue
  m. Frances Dale
  b. Edward Orlebar Smith (rector of Hulcote)
  m. (05.1822) Julia Willis (d 19.06.1834, dau of Rev. Thomas Willis, sister of John Willis Fleming of Stoneham Park, cousin)
  c. Boteler Chernock Smith (d 1853) had issue
  m1. (1816) Caroline Gardiner (d 1818, dau of Rev. Charles Gardiner)
  m2. (1823) Sarah Whitby (dau of Dr. _ Whitby of Warren House)
  d. Anna Penelope Smith (d 08.1835)
  m. (1831) John Marshal
  e.+ other issue (d unm) - Charlotte Hervey (d 1846), Jane Maria (d 1864), Eliza Diana (d 1864)

Main source(s):
(1) For Colvile of Newtown : cross-references from elsewhere in the database
(2) For Sarsonn & Pinchbeck : Visitation (Cambridgeshire, 1575+1619, Colvile)
(3) For Mylbourne of Tillington : Visitation (Herefordshire, 1569, Mylbourne), Visitation (Herefordshire, 1569, Hacklute)
(4) For Lamb & Smith : BLG1886 (Smith of Aspley House)
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