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This section first uploaded 30.08.07.
William de Elmeden of Elmeden, co. Durham
m. Joanna
1. William Elmeden of Elmeden
  m. Joanna Bardolph or Randolph
A. Thomas Elmeden of Elmeden (d 1416)
  i. Sir William Elmeden of Elmeden (d 1447)
  The following comes from Commoners (vol 2, Pickering of Old Lodge).
  m. Elizabeth de Umfreville (b c1391, d 23.11.1424, dau of Sir Thomas de Umfreville of Harbottle Castle)
  a. Agnes (Anne) Elmeden
  m. Thomas Claxton of Old Park
  b. Elizabeth Elmeden
  m. John Dalton of West Auckland
  c. Isabel Elmeden
  m. Rowland Tempest
  d. Joan Elmeden
  m. Thomas Forster
ii. ?? Elmeden
  As there appears to have been Elmedens of Elmeden after the above Sir William dspms, we presume that they descended from a younger brother of Sir William.
  a. ?? Elmeden presumed intermediary generation
  (1) William Elmeden of Elmeden (b 1464, d 1505)
  Walker's Yorkshire Pedigrees (1942, Bulmer of Bulmer and Wilton) identifies the parents of Elizabeth as William Elmeden of Elmeden by Elizabeth, dau of Sir Richard Conyers of South Cowton by Alice. Visitation (Durham, 1575, Claxton of Wynyard) shows Margaret Claxton as mother of Elizabeth. We follow Walker and presume that Margaret was another wife of William although the dates make it look possible that she was his mother.
  m1/2. Elizabeth Conyers (dau of Sir Richard Conyers of South Cowton by Alice)
  (A) Elizabeth Elmeden (b c1494, d 1558)
  m. (before 1505) Sir William Bulmer of Gisburne (b after 1491, d before 13.12.1546)
  m2/1. Margaret Claxton (dau of Sir Robert Claxton of Claxton)
  B. daughter possibly of this generation
  m. William Langton of Wynyard

 

 

This section first uploaded 30.08.07.
Richard de Emildon or Emeldon of Embleton, co. Durham (d 1333, alderman of Newcastle)
m1. Alice (?)
1. Maud (Matilda) de Emildon or Emeldon (b c1310, d 08.09.1369, 2nd daughter & co-heir)
  m1. Richard de Acton of Whittington (d before 17.05.1342)
  A. Elizabeth de Acton
  m. Roger Widdrington of Widdrington (d 1372)
  m2. Alexander de Hilton, 3rd Lord (d c04.1361)
m2. Christian Mowbray (dau of John Mowbray, 2nd Lord, by Aline de Braose, Christian m2. Sir William de Plumpton)
2. Jacoba de Emildon or Emeldon (d 06.02.1390/1)
  m1. Sir John de Stryvelyn of Belsay, Sheriff of Edinburgh then Northumberland @@ below
  m2. (before 24.08.1379) Robert de Clifford

 

 

This section first uploaded 30.08.07, expanded 01.02.17.
Sir Henry de Heton of Chillingham, Northumberland (b c1235) possibly father of ...
1. Sir Thomas de Heton of Chillingham
  A. Sir Thomas de Heton of Chillingham (d 1352/3)
  m. Agnes
i. Sir Alan Heton of Chillingham (d 21.03.1386/7)
  m. Constance Lilburn (dau of John Lilburn of Lilburn)
  a. Joan Heton (d 12.10.1416)
  m. (before 06.09.1372) Sir Robert de Ogle (bpt 08.12.1353, d 31.10.1409/10)
  ii. Thomas Heton or Heaton of Hartley (d 11.08.1362)
m. Joan Clifford (dau of Robert Clifford, 3rd Lord, by Isabel de Berkeley)
  a. Henry Heaton of Hartley (d 25.10.1399)
  m. Isabel de Monboucher (dau of Sir Bertram de Monboucher of Horton)
  The following comes from Hodgson's 'A History of Northumberland in three parts' (Part II, vol II, 1832, p261, 'Pedigree of Charron, &c.').
  (1) William Heaton (dsp)
  (2) Joan Heaton
  m. Thomas Lilburne
  (3) Elizabeth Heaton
  m. John Parke
  (4) Margaret Heaton (d 1394/5)
  m. Thomas Middleton
2. Johanna de Heton
  m. Sir Robert de Rutherfurd

 

 

This section first uploaded 27.02.08.
TCP reports of the following John that "Nothing is known of his parentage."
Sir John de Strivelyn (Stryvelyn or Stirling) of Belsay, Sheriff of Edinburgh, Lord Stryvelyn (d 15.08.1378)
TCP (Stryvelyn) reports that John dsps having had a son John (not clear by which wife) who dvp 1367. However, it appears that he also had a daughter/heir called Christian. The book 'The record of the house of Gournay', used to help develop the page on the Middletons of Belsay, mentions only Sir John's marriage to Barbara and thereby implies that she was mother of Christian. However, the web sites used to produce various of the sections shown above speficially show Jacoba as her mother.
m1. (before 1369) Barbara de Swinbourn (a 1363, dau of Adam de Swinbourn)
m2. (before 1365) Jacoba de Emeldon (dau of Richard de Emeldon, m2. Robert de Clyfford) @@ above
1. Christian de Stryvelyn
  m. Sir John de Middleton of Belsay Castle, Northumberland (d 1396)
Not known who was mother of ...
2. John de Strivelyn (dvp 1367)

 

 

This section first uploaded 25.02.17.
Thomas Johnson of Bedford Leigh, Lancashire (d 1700)
m(1). Elizabeth Sweeting
1. Sir Thomas Johnson, Mayor of Liverpool (bpt 2.10.1664, d 28.12.1728, MP, tobacco & sugar merchant)
  m1. Lidia Holt (d 1696)
  A. daughter
  m. _ Bootle (sergeant-at-law)
  B. Mary (sb Anne?) Johnson
  m. Richard Gildart of Liverpool (MP) @@ just below
  C. Ellen Johnson (b c1694, d 20.10.1750)
  m. William Morland of Court Lodge, Lamberhurst (b c1692, d 1774)
  D.+ other issue - 2 sons (dvp)
  m2. (c04.1697, sp) Elizabeth Barrow (d 1718)

 

 

This section first uploaded 25.02.17.
James Gildart of Middleham, Yorkshire
1. Richard Gildart of Bevington Hill, Mayor of Liverpool (b 1671, d 25.01.1770, MP)
  m. (mcrt 12.11.1707) Anne Johnson (dau/coheir of Sir Thomas Johnson) @@ just above
  A. Francis Gildart of Liverpool (dsp, Town Clerk of Liverpool)
  m. Ellen Morland (dau of William Morland)
  B. Richard Gildart
  m. Mary Morland (d 1796, widow of Robert Bagshaw)
  i. Frederick Gildard (rector of Spridlington, Lincolnshire)
  m. Ann Hussey (dsp 1816-7, dau of Edward Hussey of Scotney Castle)
  C.+ other issue

Main source(s):
(1) For Elmeden of Elmeden : various web sites with input as reported
(2) For Emeldon : various web sites (in particular the Jim Weber site in RootsWeb)
(3) For Heton (Heaton) of Chillingham & Hartley : various web sites (in particular the Jim Weber site in RootsWeb)
(4) For Stryeylyn : TCP (Stryvelyn)
(5) For Johnson : HoP ("Thomas Johnson"), CountyGen (Kent, Berry, p366)
(6) For Gildart : HoP ("Richard Gildart"), CountyGen (Kent, Berry, p366)
[The section on Charron has been reviewed & moved to CZmisc16, that on Monboucher to MZmisc13.]
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