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This section first uploaded on 30.01.08 (using Visitation), reviewed 23.01.23 (using Nichols).
Hugo de Champaine
1. Nicholas de Champaine of Thurlaston
  A. Sir Robert Champion (a 1334)
From this generation onwards, Visitation shows 'Champion' as the family name but Nichols keeps to Champaine.
  i. Sir Robert Champion of Champion (a 1360)
  a. Robert Champion
  m. Margaret St. Loo (dau of Roger St. Loo of Thurlaston & Wigingston)
  (1) William Champion 'of Champion' (dsp)
  Visitation shows William as having dsp but Nichols shows that he had a daughter/heir ...
  (A) Margaret Champion
  m. Robert de Hastings
  (i) Margaret Hastings (dsp 1381)
  m. Sir John de Soulney
  (2) Margaret Champion
  m. Robert Foucher of Champion @1@ below
  (3) Elizabeth Champion mentioned by Visitation but not by Nichols
  m. Edward Hardwick
  (4) Joan Champion mentioned by Nichols but not by Visitation
  m. William Daundeline
  (A) William Daundeline



This section first uploaded on 30.01.08 (using Visitation), reviewed 23.01.23 (using Nichols).
Robert Fowcher or Foucher
m. Cicelye Francis (sister of John Francis of Fowark)
1. Robert Foucher of Champion
  m. Margaret Champion (sister/heir of William Champion) @1@ above
  A. Margaret Foucher (a 1381)
  m. Galfrid Bougge @2@ below
  B. Elizabeth Foucher mentioned by Nichols but not by Visitation
  m1. Thomas Hunt
  m2. Edward Herdwick of Lindley
2.+ other issue - Edmond of Cotton, John of Eggington, Jane, Marion/Mariana, Avis, Alice



This section first uploaded on 30.01.08 (using Visitation), reviewed 23.01.23 (using Nichols).
Probably connected to Ralph Bugge whose descendants took the name Willoughby, and who had a younger son called Ralph Bugge of Bingham, was ...
Ralph Bouge of Bengham (Bingham) in Nottinghamshire, etc.
m. Alice
1. Richard or Ralph Bouge named "Rad'us" (i.e. Radulphus or Ralph) by Visitation but Richard by Nichols
  Visitation shows Ralph as m. Alice Bertram but his children (William, Richard & Thomas, possibly illegitimate?) by another. Nichols shows as follows.
  m1. ??
  A. ? Matilda Bouge mentioned by Nichols but not by Visitation, see ## below
  m2. Alice Bertram
  A. ? William Bouge
  i. Richard Bouge (dvpsp)
  m. Anne mentioned by Nichols but not by Visitation
B. ? Richard Bouge
  i. William Bouge (dvp)
  m. Isabella Braybroke mentioned by Nichols but not by Visitation
  a. Robert Bouge (dsp young)
  C. Thomas Bouge (dsp)
  m2/1. Alice Bertram
2. Galfrid (Geoffrey) Bouge or Bougge of Leke, Northamptonshre
  m. Margaret Foucher (a 1381, dau of Robert Foucher of Champion) @2@ above
  A. Geoffrey Bouge generation given by Nichols but omitted by Visitation
i. Geoffrey Bouge of Leke generation given by Nichols but omitted by Visitation
  a. Edmond Bougge identified as of Champion by Visitation but as of Westerlock & Thurleston by Nichols
  m. Felix Brokesby (dau of Henry Brokesby of Showerby)
  Visitation shows Edmond & Felix as parents of Baldwin father, by Elizabeth Mulso, of Baldwin (dspl) & Margaret (heiress). We follow Nichols who shows as follows.
(1) Baldwin Bouge of Leke & Thurleston (dsps 1435)
  m. Elizabeth Mulso (dau of Sir Edward Mulso, m2. Sir Robert Motton)
  (A) Baldwin Bouge (dspl 1435)
  (2) Margaret Bouge (d 1474)
  (1) Visitation shows Margaret as daughter of Baldwin by Elizabeth Mulso. Provisionally, we follow Nichols in showing her as his sister. Commoners (vol 2, 'Turvile of Husband's Bosworth', p645) identifies her as dau of Edmund Bouge & sister of Benjamin of Thurleston.
(2) Visitation indicates that Richard Turvile was Margaret's 3rd husband (after Reingold Molton & Thomas Everingham) but shows an early date for Richard's death which we think was confused with that of his father. We follow Nichols, supported by Commoners, which shows as follows.
  m1. Richard Turvile of Normanton Turvile
  m2. Reginald Moton (son/heir of Sir Robert of Peckleton)
  m3. Sir Thomas Everingham (d 1472)
  B.+ other issue (dvp) - Richard, Walter
3. Matilda Bouge mentioned by Visitation but not by Nichols, see ## above



This section first uploaded on 07.03.08.
Ivo de Keneton
m. Alice (a 1194, niece of Silvester de Kenton, sister of George)
1. ?? de Keneton
  Uncertain on number of intervening generations.
  A. ?? de Keneton
  i. Sir Ivo de Keneton of Kenton (a 1290, d before 1313)
  a. Sir Nigel de Kenton of Kenton (b by 1273, a 1326)
  m. Matilda
(1) Ivo de Kenton of Kenton
  m1. Agnes Tastard (dau of Adam Tastard of Cransfield)
  (A) Ivo de Kenton of Kenton (d before 1370) presumed of this marriage
  (i) Robert de Kenton of Kenton (a 1379)
  (ii) Alice de Kenton (d 1383) heir (probably sister) of Robert
  m. Sir Roger Wyllasham
  (a) Alice de Wyllasham
  m. Sir Ralph Ramsay of Kenton, Sheriff of Suffolk
  ((1)) Ann Ramsay
  m. Peter Garneys of Beccles
  m2. Margaret
  (2)+ other issue - Robert, John, Thomas



This section first uploaded on 12.04.09, reviewed 15.12.21.
William Walrond of Childrey, Berkshire (a 1428)
m. Elizabeth
1. Thomas Walrond of Childrey (d 1480)
  Shown by MGH (NS5 vol 2 (1916-7), p97) as wife of Thomas and mother of Joan was ...
  m. Alice Englefield (dau of Nicholas Englefield of Rycote)
  A. Joan Walrond
  m1. Thomas Waryng @3@ below
  m2. Robert Strangbon 'of Shinfield & Wokingham' (dsp)



This section first uploaded 15.12.21.
_ Warying of Shirfield, Hampshire
m. Alice Overey (dau/coheir of Thomas Overey of Kent & London) @4@ below
1. Thomas Warying of Erleigh Barthlolomews & Paintons
  m. Joane Walrond (dau/coheir of Thomas Walrond of Childrey, m2. Robert Strangbon of Shinfield & Wokingham) @3@ above
  A. Margaret Warying (dsp 22.01.1518)
  m1. Thomas Rogers of Beckett & Benham Valence (d 19.01.1488)
  m2. Sir Thomas Fettiplace of Compton Beauchamp (d before 03.1524-5, m2. Elizabeth Carew)
  B. Elizabeth Warying (dsp 14.01.1516)
  m1. John Kentwode of Kentwode (dsp)
  m2. William Fettiplace of Childrey



This section first uploaded 20.12.21.
John Loveday of South Dunchworth, Berkshire (a 1327)
1. Elizabeth Loveday
  m1. Henry de Aldrington of Erleigh Whiteknights
  A. John de Aldrington of Erleigh Whiteknights (a 1379, dspm?)
  m2. John de Shilford of London, later of Erleigh Whiteknights
  B. Constance de Shilford
  m. Thomas Overey of Kent & London (d 1431)
  i. Anges Overey of Erleigh Whiteknights
  m1. John Becke ancestor of Beckes of Whiteknights
  m2. William Bishopstone
  ii. Alice Overey
  m. ?? Warying of Shirfield @4@ above



This section first uploaded on 28.06.09.
Sir John Cavill of Cavill, Yorkshire
m. Amy Hotham (dau of Sir John Hotham)
1. Katherine Cavill
  m. Sir Anthony Bosvile of Newhall
  A. Joan Bosvile (a 1435)
  m. William Moston of Henscote, Warwickshire (a 1435)
  i. Ellen Moston (Mostyn), heiress of Cavill
  m. Thomas Monketon (Monckton)
  ii. daughter
  m. _ Robert Marler
  iii. daughter
  m. _ Danby



This section first uploaded on 09.10.12.
John Dunning of Gnatham, Devon
1. John Dunning of Ashburton, Devon (b c1700, d 01.12.1780, 2nd son)
  m. Agnes Judsham (dau of Henry Judsham of Old Port)
  A. John Dunning, 1st Lord Ashburton of Ashburton (b 18.10.1731, d 18.08.1783, MP)
  m. (31.03.1780) Elizabeth Baring (dau of John Baring of Larkbear, sister of Sir Francis, Bart)
  i. John Dunning (b c12.1781, d 04.1783)
  ii. Richard Barre Dunning, 2nd Lord Ashburton of Ashburton (b 16-20.09.1782, dsp by 05.1823)
  m. (17.09.1805) Anne Cuninghame (d 08.08.1835, dau of William Cuninghame of Lainshaw (by Margaret, dau of George Cranstoun), m2. Chief of Clanranald)



This section first uploaded on 17.08.20, reviewed 07.10.20.
Possibly of a family shown on Hussey05 was ...
Thomas Hussey of Edmondsham (b c1630, d 1684)
m. Philadephia Paulet (d 21.02.1714/5, dau of Essex Paulet by Frances Napier)
1. Philadelphia Hussey of Edmondsham (d 1748)
  m. John Fry of Alvideston (d 1726)
  A. Francis Fry of Edmonsham
  The following is supported by 'The Pedigree Register' (edited by George Sherwood, vol 2, No. 21 (June 1912), 'Goldwyer', p268+).
  m. Henrietta Goldwyer (b 1697, d 1765, dau of Capt. William Goldwyer)
  i. Philadelphia Fry (or Phyllis) of Edmondsham (bpt 01.09.1732, dsp 03.1791)
  m. William Bower (rector of Edmondsham)
  ii.+ other issue - John (bpt 23.06.1730, d 27.07.1759), Thomas (b c02.1731, d 31.05.1731), William (bpt 18.07.1733, d 24.12.1735)
  B. Philadephia Fry, later Hussey



This section first uploaded on 07.10.20.
William Bayley of Marlborough (d 1730, grocer)
m. Damaris Hughes of Hodson Farm, Chiseldon
1. Samuel Bayley of St. Peter's Parish, Marlborough (d 1752, 2nd son)
  m. Hannah Goulding
  A. William Bayley (bpt 15.10.1751, d 16.12.1827, clerk, 3rd son)
  m. Dorothea Ayrey (b c1770, d 09.10.1839)
  i. William Rutter Bayley of Cotford (b 1813, d 1879) had issue
  m. Flora Bower Monro (b 05.03.1815, d 1900, dau of Lt. Gen. William Hector Monro, Governor of Trinidad, by Philadelphia Bower, dau/heir of Captain Edmond Bower by Elizabeth Goldwyer)
2. Elizabeth Bayley (b c1701, d 1793)
  m. George Goldwyer of Marlborough

Main source(s):
(1)/(2)/(3) For Champion of Champion, Fowcher/Foucher & Bougge/Bouge : Visitation (Leicestershire, 1619, 'Turvile'), 'History and Antiquities of the County of Leicester' (John Nichols, vol 4, part 2, 1811, 'Pedigree of Champaine, Foucher, and Bouge of Normanton Turvile, p1006)
(4) For Kenton : Commoners (vol IV, Irby of Boyland Hall)
(5) For Walrond of Childrey : VCH (Berkshire, vol 4, Childrey)
(6) For Warying : MGH (NS5 vol 2 (1916-7), 'The Family of Fettiplace', Pedigree II, p183+)
(7) For Loverday : MGH (NS5 vol 2 (1916-7), The Family of Fettiplace', Pedigree II, p183)
(8) For Cavill : Visitation (Yorkshire, 1584/5+1612, Monkton of Cavell)
(9) For Dunning : BE1883 (Dunning of Ashburton) TCB (vol 1, Ashburton)
(10) For Hussey-Fry : 'The Pedigree Register' (edited by George Sherwood, vol 3, No. 34 (September 1915), 'Pedigree of "Philadelphia" ', p291) and as reported above
(11) For Bayley : 'The Pedigree Register' (edited by George Sherwood, vol 2, No. 21 (June 1912), 'Goldwyer', p271+)
[The section on Turner of Bramcote, etc., has been transferred to Turner02; that on Barne of London has been absorbed into BZmisc18; that on Crouch by Crouch1; that on Goldwyer by Goldwyer1.]
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