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This section first uploaded 20.01.09.
Sir William de Auberville (d 1139)
m. Matilda de Glanville (dau of Ralph de Glanville the Justiciar)
1. Hugh de Auberville
  A. William de Auberville
  i. Johanna de Auberville (heir)
  m. Nicholas Kyriell
  a. Nicholas Kyriell
  m. Margaret Peeche (dau of Lord Geoffrey Peeche)
  (1) Elizabeth Kyriell (heir)
  m. John Pakenham (d before 1337)



This section first uploaded 20.01.09.
Roger de Todenham of Suffolk
m. Matilda de Glanville (dau of Ralph de Glanville the Justiciar)
1. John de Todenham
  A. Edmund de Todenham
  m. Gundreda
  i. Sir John de Todenham
  m. Joan Charles
  a. Sir Robert Todenham had issue
  m. Eve Rochester (dau of Ralph Rochester by Maud, dau (by Eve) of Sir Hamond Peeche son of Sir Gilbert)
  The Glanville book identifies Sir Robert & Eve as ancestors of the Tottenhams of Ireland. We hope to find the connection in due course.
  b.+ other issue - Sir Oliver, Roger
2. William de Todenham had issue
  m. Basil Wramlingham



This section first uploaded 20.01.09, reviewed 17.02.14.
The following is supported by Commoners (vol 1, 'Salvin of Croxdale', p533).
Joceus de Flemangh of Cukeney, Nottinghamshire (a 1066)
1. Richard de Cukeney of Cukeney (a 1100)
  m1. ??
  A. Richard de Cukeney of Cukeney
B. German de Cukeney
  C. Ralph de Cukeney 'Le Silvan' of Norton & Woodhouse, Nottinghamshire (a temp Henry II who r. 1154-1189)
  i. Osbert Silvan of Norton & Woodhouse, Sheriff of Nottinghamshire (a 1140, 1175)
  m2. Hawisa ("cousin to the Earl of Ferrers")
  D. Thomas de Cukeney (founder of Welbeck Abbey)
  m. Emma
  i. Hugh de Cukeney (dsp)
  ii. Isabel de Cukeney
  m. Simon de Kyme (son of Simon)
  iii. Emma de Cukeney HJY
  m. Sir Gerard de Glanville HJY



This section first uploaded 02.08.16.
Thomas Bretland of Sheffield (b c1608, d 18.12.1696, grocer)
m1. (04.05.1642) Sara Dodson (bur 19.07.1662)
1.+ issue - Nathan (bpt01.01.1642, bur 27.06.1643), John (bpt 24.03.1643, bur 20.09.1644), Samuel (bpt 22.01.1645), John (bpt 03.12.1648, a 1669), Thomas (bpt 13.03.1652, bur 01.03.1653), Thomas (bpt 1656), Ruth (bpt 24.10.1647, d young?), Elizabeth (bpt 06.01.1649, bur 24.11.1681), Hannah (bpt 30.03.1651, bur 09.03.1643 sic), Dorothy (bpt 1654), Joan (bpt 1659)
m2. (26.10.1663) Mary Cart (bpt 10.02.1621-2, bur 11.01.1683, dau of Rev. William Cart of Hansworth)
11. Ruth Bretland (bpt 14.08.1666, bur 27.12.1707)
  m. (26.04.1687) Nevil Simmons of Sheffield



This section first uploaded 17.11.16.
Nicholas Spencer
1. John Spencer of Chart Sutton, Kent had issue
  m. Mary Coking (dau/coheir of John Coking of London)
2. Thomas Spencer of London Stone
  m. Katherine Lynch (dau of William Lynch of Cranbrook)
  A. Nicholas Spencer of Ringleton in Woodnesbro, Kent (dsp bur 16.10.1593)
  m1. Elizabeth Caroe (bur 1583, dau of John Caroe of Marshal's)
  m2. Elizabeth Robotham (dau of John Robotham of London, m2. Sir Robert Edolf)
  B. Elizabeth Spencer ("eldest sister")
  m. Richard Hughes of London



This section first uploaded 21.05.17.
Helier Faultrart (d 1628, rector of S. Martin)
m. Martha Baudouin (d 1621, dau/heir of Rev. Nicholas Baudouin of Rouen (rector of S. Peter Port in Guernsey then S. Mary in Jersey) by dau/heir of Guilleaume Morice, Sn de la Ripaudiere in Anjou (settled in Jersey c1560, rector of S. Helier then S. Mary in Jersey))
1. Jane Faultrart (b 1586, d 1670)
  m. (1613) John Pallot of S. Mannelier @@ below
2. Esther Faultrart
  m. Hugh Le Manquais
  A. Martha Le Manquais
  m. John Collas
3. Sarah Faultrart
  m1. Elias Le Tubelin
  m2. John Hubert



This section first uploaded 21.05.17.
John Pallot (regent of S. Mannelier)
m. Jane Faultrart (dau/coheir of Rev. Helier Faultrart) @@ above
1. Joshua Pallot (rector of S. Clement)
  m. Margaret Aubin (dau of John Aubin)
  A. Margaret Pallot (b 1648)
  m. (1671) Edward Millays
  B.+ other issue (dsp?) - Joshua (b 1647), John (b 1649), Helier (b 1651)



This section first uploaded 22.12.20.
Sir Ralph de Stopham of Stopham, Sussex (d 1271-2)
m. Eva
1. Sir Ralph de Stopham ' of Bryanston' of Stopham (b c1248)
  m. Isabella
  A. Eva de Stopham
m. (before 19.10.1291, sp(s)) Sir William de Echingham
Probably of this generation were ...
2. Robert de Stopham (a 1272)
  We speculate that this was the Robert Stopham who is shown by Visitation (Foster, Yorkshire, 1584/5+1612, 'Vavasour of Hazlewood") as ancestor of the following.
  A. Sir William de Stopham
  i. Sir William de Stopham 'of Weston'
  a. daughter
  m. John Vavasour of Askwith (brother & son a c1329)
3. Henry de Stopham
Elwes & Robinson identify Henry as "ancestor of the junior branch of the family represented by the Barttelots". We speculate that he was grandfather of the undermentioned John whose descendants are given by MGH (vol 1, 1868, p106+) and that that John was the brother of Eleanor, identified on CountyGen (Berry, Kent, p478) as wife of Sir Roger Sidney & dau of Sir James & sister of John, which would make Henry father of Sir James.
  A. Sir James Stopham father of Eleanor, of this generation?? (but note the date when Eleanor's husband died)
  i. John Stopham
  a. William Stopham of Stopham
  m. Joane Foord of Foordhouse mother of Joan, presumed also of Isabell
  (1) Joan Stopham
  John Barttelot of Stopham (d 1428)
  (2) Isabell Stopham
  m. Robert Palmer
  b. Assoline Stopham
  m. Adam Barttelot of East Preston & Stopham (d 1371-2)
  ii. Eleanor Stopham
  Sir Roger Sidney (bur 1239)
4. Brian de Stopham
  Elwes & Robinson suggest that Henry was "named, no doubt, after his uncle, who was living in 1268, and who traced his decent from Brian de Insula".

Main source(s):
(1)+ For top 2 sections : 'Records of the Anglo-Norman House of Glanville' (see Glanville01), which is viewed as partly but not fully reliable
(3) For Bretland : FMG (vol 4, MS554, 'Hoole', p1203)
(4) For Spencer : CountyGen (Kent, Berry, 1830, p38)
(5) For Faultrat : 'An Armorial of Jersey' (J. Bertrand Payne, 1859, 'Pedigree of Millais', p288)
(6) For Pallot : 'An Armorial of Jersey' (J. Bertrand Payne, 1859, 'Pedigree of Millais', p288+)
(7) For Stopham : 'Castles, Mansions and Manors of Western Sussex (DGC Elwes "assisted by" CJ Robinson, 1876, 'Stopham', p218) with input as reported above
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