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This section first uploaded 07.04.10.
John Robinson of Appleby Common, Westmorland
1. John Robinson of Wyke House (Secretary to the Treasury)
  m1/2. Mary Crowe 'of Barbados'
  A. Mary Robinson (b c1760, d 26.10.1796)
  m. (03.10.1781) Henry Nevill, 2nd Earl of Abergavenny (b 22.02.1755, d 27.03.1843)
  Unless BLG1871 was mistaken, John appears also to have married ...
  m2/1. Elizabeth Smith (dau of Richard Smith of Islington)
  BP1934 (Smith-Gordon) reports that Elizabeth was the mother of Mary. However, TCP (Abergavenny) shows Mary Crowe as her mother.
2. Mary Robinson
  m. (25.05.1732) Richard Wordsworth of Sockbridge (b c1690, d 25.06.1760)

 

 

This section first uploaded 07.04.10.
Thomas Myers of Barton in Westmorland (vicar of Lazenby)
m. Anne Wordsworth (b 1734, d 1787, dau of Richard Wordsworth of Sockbridge)
1. Thomas Myers (b 1764)
  m. (02.01.1802) Mary Nevill (dau of Henry, 2nd Earl of Abergavenny)
  A.+ issue - Thomas, Mary
2. John Myers
  m. Rachel Bridges of Dover Court
  A.+ issue - Julian, Rchael
3. Mary Myers
  m. (1787) Hugh Morrison (Admrial)
  A.+ issue - Charles (Captain RN), John (cleric), Henry, Maryann

 

 

This section first uploaded 08.04.10.
BEB1841 identifies Sir James, 1st Bart, as son of Sir Francis. However, TCB reports that he was son of Patrick son of John, cousin/heir of Sir Francis. TCB refers to Lodge's Irish Peerage (vol i, Leinster) where "the Baronet's parentage is incorrectly given."
?? Shaen
1. ?? Shaen
  A. Sir Francis Shaen (dsp 24.11.1614)
2. ?? Shaen
  A. John Shaen
i. Patrick Shaen
  a. Sir James Shaen of Kilmore (Roscommon) & Bishopstone (Westmeath), Sheriff, 1st Bart (d 13.12.1695, Surveyor General)
  m. (28.07.1650) Frances Fitzgerald (dau of George, 16th Earl of Kildare)
  (1) Sir Arthur Shaen, 2nd Bart of Kilmore (d 24.06.1725)
  m1. (sp) Jane Hele (dau/heir of Sir Samuel Hele, Bart of Fleet)
  m2. Susanna Magan (dau of Morgan Magan of Togherstown)
  (A) Frances Shaen
  m. (01.06.1738) John Bingham of Newbrook
  (B Elizabeth Shaen (d unm 1727)
  (C) Susanna Shaen
  m1. (1730) James Wynne of Hazlewood (dsp 1748, MP)
  m2. (23.02.1750) Henry Boyle Carter (Captain, son of Master of the Rolls Thomas)

 

 

This section first uploaded 08.04.10.
Thomas Claxton of Dublin
Thanks to a site visitor (DCS, 26.01.13) for drawing our attention to Wikipedia ("Thomas Carter", 1690-1763) which reports that Thomas's wife (and mother of at least Mary) was ...
m. Lucy Pearce (cousin (sb aunt?) of Edward Lovett Pearce).
1. Frances Claxton (dsp 25.05.1772)
  m1. (1719) Richard Parsons, 1st Earl of Rosse (d 26.06.1741)
  m2. (15.11.1754) Robert Jocelyn, 1st Viscount Jocelyn (b c1688, d 03.12.1756)
2. Mary Claxton (coheir)
  m. (1719) Thomas Carter of Robertstown (d 1763, Master of the Rolls, Secretary of State)
3. Lucy Claxton apparently of this generation
  Wikipedia ("James Johnston") identifies Lucy as "cousin of Edward Lovett Pearce, cousin of Sir John Vanbrugh and great-granddaughter of Sir Dudley Carleton of Imber Court".
  m. James Johnston (b 09.09.1655, bur 11.05.1744, Secretary of State for Scotland)

 

 

This section first uploaded 08.04.10, amended 06.02.13.
BLG1886 (Carter of Shaen Manor) & BLGI1912 (Carter of Shaen Manor) identify Thomas Trotter of Duleek, husband of Susan Carter, as "grandfather of Elizabeth, Marchioness of Thomond". We first thought that, as Susan is not described there as grandmother of Elizabeth, she was not her grandmother so Thomas must have married twice. However, Wikipedia ("Thomas Carter", 1690-1763) does identify his daugher Susan as grandmother of the Marchioness.
Thomas Trotter of Duleek
m. (21.04.1743) Susan Carter (dau of Thomas Carter of Robertstown)
1. Thomas Trotter of Duleek
  m. Susannah Gorges (dau of Richard Gorges of Kilbrew & Ballygawley)
  A. Susannah Trotter (b c1775, d 03.03.1852)
  m. (16.09.1799) William O'Brien, 2nd Marquess of Thomond (b c1765, d 21.08.1846)

 

 

This section first uploaded 08.04.10.
Rev. Henry Tilson of Eagle Hill
m. Anne Bushe (dau of William Bushe of Cork Abbey)
1. Elizabeth Ann Tilson (d 18.01.1821)
  m. (23.05.1779) Charles Henry Coote, 2nd Lord Castlecoote (b 25.08.1754, d 22.01.1823)
2. Hannah Georgina Tilson
  m. (13.05.1783) Arthur Magan of Clonearl & Togherstown (b 26.07.1756, d 1808)

 

 

This section first uploaded 08.04.10.
Of "the noble House of Meath" was ...
Edward Brabazon of Killeenbeg
m. Eleanor O'Naghten (dau of Fergus O'Naghten (by Mabel Dillon), son of Capt. Thomas of Thomastown (Governor of Roscommon) by Mary, dau of Capt. Thomas O'Dowling of Rapeake)
1. Edward Brabazon of Beagh
  m. Rose Daton (dau of Redmont Daton of Ballentrane)
  A. William Brabazon of Athlone & Beagh
  It is possible to interpret BLG1886 to read that Rose Daton was William's wife rather than his mother.
  i. Anthony Brabazon 'of Birch Grove' (b 1766, d 1802)
  m. Catherine ffrench (cousin)
  ii. Mabel Brabazon
  BLG1886 reports of Mabel that "from whom is descended the McDermot of Coolavin" from which we presume that she married ...
  m. _ McDermot
  iii. Catherine Brabazon
  m. Thomas Magan of Emoe ( d 02.11/12.1814)
  B. Mary Brabazon
  m. Patrick Dillon of Killeen
  i. Rose Dillon, later Baroness ffrench of Castle ffrench (d 08.12.1805)
  m. (25.06.1761)Sir Charles ffrench,1st Bart of Castle ffrench (d 1748)

 

 

This section first uploaded 18.04.10,
Sir Thomas Vernon of London 'of Twickenham' (d 1710, MP)
m. Anne
1. Thomas Vernon of Twickenham Park (d 1726)
  m. ?? Aislabie (sister of John Aislabie, Chancellor of the Exchequer)
  A. Jane Vernon (d unm bur 06.06.1734)
  B. Matilda Vernon
  m. Charles Repington of Amington (d 08.12.1764)
  C. Annabella Vernon (d 06.03.1777)
m. (22.02.1746) William à Court, later Ashe (d 1781, General, MP for Heytesbury)
2. Sir Charles Vernon of Farnham, Surrey (b c1683, d 04.04.1762, 3rd son, MP)
  m. (before 1717) Anne Catherine Vernon (dau of George Vernon of Farnham)
  A. Elizabeth Vernon
  m. (06.09.1745) William Aislabie of Studley Royal (b c1699, d 1781, m1. Elizabeth Cecil, dau of John, 6th Earl of Exeter, son of John of Studley Royal)
  B.+ 4 sons + daughter
3. Catherine Vernon
  m. George Vernon of Sudbury (b 1635, d 1702)
4. Judith Vernon presumed of this family, of this generation
  m1. Stephen Waller
  m2. (sp) John Aislabie, later of Studley Royal, Chancellor of the Exchequer (b 04.12.1670, d 18.06.1742)

 

 

This section first uploaded 18.03.11.
Thought to have been descended from Sir Nicholas Bacon (1540-1624), possibly illegitimately, was the following William. His son Anthony is thought to have become one of the the wealthiest men in the country.
William Bacon (ship captain)
1. Anthony Bacon (b 1718, d 21.01.1786, trader, later iron-master & colliery owner in Merthyr Tydfil, MP)
  m. Elizabeth Richardson
  A. son (b c1758, d 1770)
  p. Mary Bushby of Gloucestershire
  B. Anthony Bacon of Benham (Berkshire) & Aberaman (d 11.08.1827)
  i. Anthony Bacon (b 1796, d 02.07.1864, Major General) had issue (in Australia)
  m. Charlotte Harley (d 1880, dau of Edward Harley, 5th Earl of Oxford)
  ii. Emily Bacon
  m. (27.08.1815) Thomas Peers Williams of Temple House (b 1795, d 1875)
  C.+ other issue - Thomas, Robert, William, Elizabeth

Main source(s):
(1) For Robinson : BLG1871 (Wordsworth of Sockbridge)
(2) For Myers : BLG1871 (Wordsworth of Sockbridge)
(3) For Shaen: TCB (vol III, Shaen), BEB1841 (Shaen of Kilmore, in Irish section)
(4) For Claxton : BLGI1912 (Carter of Shaen Manor)
(5) For Trotter : cross-references from elsewhere in the database
(6) For Tilson : cross-references from elsewhere in the database
(7) For Brabazon of Beagh : BLG1886 (Magan of Emoe, in footnote)
(8) For Vernon : HoP ('Sir Thomas Vernon' and connected page), various web sites
(9) For Bacon : WBO ("Anthony Bacon"), Wikipedia ("Anthony Bacon")
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