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This section first uploaded 23.03.11.
John Pocklington (MP for Huntingdon, Baron of the Exchequer)
m. Elizabeth Hatton (dau of Sir Thomas Hatton, 2nd Bart of Long Stanton)
1. Christopher Pocklington (Admiral)
  m. (29.09.1722) Elizabeth Domvile (sister/heir of Sir Thomas Compton Domvile, 2nd Bart)
  A. Charles Pocklington, later Domvile of Templeogue & Santry
  m. (1774) Margaret Sheppard (dau of Thomas Sheppard)
  i. Sir Compton Pocklington Domvile, 1st Bart of Templeogue & Santry (d 23.02.1857) had issue
m1. (21.10.1811) Elizabeth Frances Lindsay (d 1812, dau of Charles Dalrymple Lindsay, Bishop of Kildare)
  m2. (07.12.1815) Helena Sarah Trench (d 10.02.1859, dau of Frederick Trench of Heywood)
  ii. Henry Barry Domvile (d 02.01.1856, rector of Pencombe in Herefordshire) had issue
  m. Mary Russell (dau/coheir of William Russell of Powick Court)
  iii. William Domvile (d 1859, rector of Winforton in Herefordshire) had issue
  m. Abigail Freeman (dau/coheir of John Freeman of Letton)
  iv. Christopher Domvile
  m. (1827) Elizabeth Ram (dau of Stephen Ram of Ramsfort)
  v. Caroline Domvile (4th dau) apparently of this generation
  m. George Wade
  vi. Bridget Domvile (7th dau) probably of this generation
  m. (02.09.1811) Thomas Auchmuty of Brianstown
  vii.+ 5 daughters
  B. Bridget Pocklington (d 1814)
  m. Francis Savage of Dublin & Rock Savage 'of Bally Gawly in co. Sligo'
  i. Elizabeth Domvile Savage ("only daughter") probably of this generation
  m. Samuel Auchmuty of Brianstown (d 16.02.1829)

 

 

This section first uploaded 26.05.11.
Ralph Cleaton of Oneley, Salop
1. Ralph Cleaton (2nd son)
m. Rachael Lee, heiress of Lea Hall (dau/coheir of Sir Richard Lee of Langley & Acton Burnell, 2nd Bart)
  A. ?? Lee
  i. ?? Lee
  Identified by BEB1841 as descendant of the above Rachael Lee "in the third generation" was ...
  a. Richard Cleaton or Clayton 'of Lea Hall'
  (1) Alathea Cleaton
  m. James Apperley
  (2) Jane Cleaton or Clayton (bpt 17.10.1721, d 29.12.1798)
  m. (19.08.1740) Watkin Williams Wynne of Voelas

 

 

This section first uploaded 30.05.11.
Richard Jennett of Norgrove, Worcestershire (a 1471) presumed father of ...
1. Humphrey Jennett of Norgrove
  A. William Jennett of Norgrove (d 1548)
  m. Elizabeth (m2. Richard Hopton) wife of William, presumed mother of ...
  i. Humphrey Jennett of Norgrove (b c1538, d before 04.02.1617)
  m. Eleanor Purslowe (dau of Robert Purslowe of Sidbury) wife of Humphrey, presumed mother of ...
  a. Anne Jennett ('coheir')
  m. William Cookes (b 1567, son of Henry)
  b. Elizabeth Jennett ('coheir') probably of this generation
  m. John Bearcroft or Berecroft of Mere or Meer Place (a 1609)

 

 

This section first uploaded 20.06.11.
Manser Bisset of Rockbourne, Southamptonshire (d before 1177, "the king's sewer")
1. Henry Bisset of Rockbourne (a 1189)
  m. Iseuld widow of Henry, presumed mother of ...
A. William Bisset of Rockbourne (dsp c1220)
  B. John Bisset of Rockbourne (d 1241)
  This appears to be the "John, Lord Biset, Baron of Combe-Biset in Wiltshire, and of East Bridgeford near Whatton" who is reported by Commoners (vol 4, Whatton of Leicestershire) to have married ...
  m. Alice Basset (dau/coheir of Thomas Basset of Heddington (by Philippa, dau/coheir of William de Malbanc of Nantwich), son of Thomas of Heddington by Alice, dau/coheir of Walter de Dunstanville of Castlecombe)
  i. Margery Bisset (d by 12.1256)
  m. Richard de Rivers
  TCP (Rivers) confirms that Margery was the eldest daughter and reports that her sisters married Ralph de Neville and Hugh du Plessis.
  ii. Ela Bisset may have married Ralph de Neville also but is reported by VCH to have married ...
  m. John de Wotton of Rockbourne (a 1241)
  iii. Isabel Bisset who married ...
  m. Sir Hugh de Plessis (b c1237, d before 07.07.1292)

 

 

This section first uploaded 20.06.11.
?? de Romsey
m. Margaret Bisset (dau of John Bisset (originally de Wotton) of Rockbourne, m2. Robert Martin)
1. Sir Walter de Romsey of Rockbourne, Southamptonshire (d 1403)
  m. Alice (d 1404)
  A. Thomas Romsey
  i. Thomas Romsey of Rockbourne (d 1420-1)
  a. Joan Romsey
  m. Thomas Payne
  B. Walter Romsey of Rockbourne (d 1430)
  C. Mary Romsey
  m. _ Bingham
  i. Joan Bingham
  m1. Thomas Keilway
  m2. Roger Wyke

 

 

This section first uploaded 11.12.15.
Hugh Culme of Lisnamain, co. Cavan
m. Margaret Parsons (dau of William Parsons of Birr Castle)
1. Arthur Culme
  m1. Elizabeth Smith (dau of John Smith, alderman of Dublin)
  A. Jane Culme
  m2. Nicola Hamilton (dau of Sir Charles Hamilton of Killishandra, Bart)
  B. Hugh Culme (b 23.12.1700, d unm)
2. Mary Culme
  m. Oliver Tallant
3. Dorothea Culme
  m. Francis Edgeworthe (son of Sir John)
  A.+ issue - Francis, John
4.+ other issue - Anne (d unm), Margaret

Main source(s):
(1) For Pocklington/Domvile: BIFR1976 (Domvile)
(2) For Cleaton : BEB1841 (Lee of Langley)
(3) For Jennett : VCH (Worcestershire, vol 3, Parishes: Feckenham)
(4) For Bisset : VCH (Hampshire, vol 4, Parishes: Rockbourne)
(5) For Romsey : VCH (Hampshire, vol 4, Parishes: Rockbourne)
(6) For Culme : Lodge (vol 2, 1754, 'Parsons, Earl of Rosse', p65)
[The sections on Stubbs have been moved to Stubbs1. The section on Halsted has been moved to HZmisc10.]
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