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This section first uploaded 24.10.11.
Richard Bunny of Ibrope, Hampshire
1. Robert Bunny
  m. Mary
  A. Edmund Bunny (bpt 23.12.1660)
  m. Jane Buck of Welford
  i. Blandy Buck Bunny (d 22.02.1777)
m. Sarah Brice (dau of Richard Brice)
  a. John Bunny
  m. Alice Pyke of Wherwell
  (1) Joseph Bunny 'of Newbury'
  m1. Anne Mariot Bennet (d 1772, dau of Captain _ Bennet)
  (A) Joseph Blandy Bunny
  m. Elizabeth Worsley (dau of Rev. Philip Worsley of Cheshunt)
  (B) Mariot Bunny
  m. John Martineau of Stamford Hill (b 1758, d 1834)
  m2. Elizabeth Rigby (d 1836, dau of John Rigby of Chowbent)
  (C) Edward Brice of Speen Hill had issue
  m. (29.06.1824) Emma Piggott (dau/coheir of James Piggott of Fitzhall, etc.)
  Their son married the daughter of Sarah, daughter of Henry St. John (son of Andrew St. John, Dean of Worcester), and assumed the name St. John.
  (2) Alice Bunny

 

 

This section first uploaded 25.10.11.
Geoffrey Butler (pincerna) of Dicton (Deighton, near Huddersfield) (a 1130)
1. Henry de Dicton (dsp c1210)
  m. Eva (widow of Henry de Wolvelay of Woolley)
2. Thomas de Dicton, later of Woolley (a 1225)
  A. Margaret de Dicton of Wolveley or Wooley (d before 1317)
  m. John de Stainton of Stainton @@ just below

 

 

This section first uploaded 25.10.11.
John de Stainton of Stainton (near Tickhill, Yorkshire) (b by 1256, d 1290)
m. Margaret de Dicton (dau/heir of Thomas de Dicton of Woolley) @@ just above
1. John de Stainton of Woolley Moor House (d by 1343)
  m. Joan de Wollay (m2. Hugh de Tuttenhill)
  A. Isabell de Stainton
  m. John de Tuttenhill (elder son of Hugh de Tuttenhill by Joan de Wollay)
  B. Joan de Stainton
  m. John de Tuttenhill (younger son of Hugh de Tuttenhill by Joan de Wollay)
  C.+ other issue - Elizabeth (prioress of Kirklees), Alice (nun at Kirklees)
2. Thomas de Stainton of Woolley Moor House
  m. Juliana
  A. Sir Robert Stainton of Woolley Moor House (d 1369)
  m. Elizabeth
  i. Christiana Stainton
m. Sir William Rilston (d 1407, son of Sir John of Rilston)
  B. Thomas Stainton of Woolley Moor House (d by 1402)
  m. Elizabeth
  i. John Stainton of Woolley Moorehouse (a 1483)
  m. Cecily
  a. Laurence Stainton of Woolley Moorehouse (a 1480)
  (1) Elizabeth Stainton
m. (1484) Thomas Popeley (son of John of Birstall)
  b.+ other issue - Richard (a 1462, priest), William (a 1470), Thomas (d 1493?, rector in High Hoyland)
  ii. Richard Stainton (a 1415, youngest son?)
  a. Geoffrey Stainton (a 1462)
  iii.+ other issue - Sir Robert (a 1403), William (a 1412), Henry (a 1402)
  C. John Stainton (a 1380)
m. Joan de Wollay (dau of Thomas de Wollay by Harissia)
  i. Joan Stainton
  m. John Dransfield of West Bretton
  ii.+ other issue - William (dsp), John (d by 1378), Thomas (d young), Robert (d young)
  D. Adam Stainton of Woolley Moor House (a 1379)
  m. Juliana
  E.+ other issue - Laurence (a 1351), William (a 1375, rector of Penistone)
3. Godfrey de Stainton (a 1330)
  m. (1318) Isabella (widow of Adam de Castleford)
  A. John Stainton (a 1366)
  B. Elizabeth Stainton
  m. (1343) Robert Woodrove (son of John of Woolley)
4.+ other issue - William (d 1349, Prior of Monk Brettton), Robert (a 1347)

 

 

This section first uploaded 26.10.11.
William de Rillestone of Rilstone in West Riding, Yorkshire (a 1100)
1. William de Rillestone
  m. Efa
A. Helias de Rillestone (a 1189)
  i. Helias de Rillestone
  a. Eustachinus (?) de Rillestone (a 1233)
  (1) Helias de Rillestone (a 1251)
  (A) Emma de Rillestone
  m. Richard Fauval or Fauvel (alias Rilleston) of Rillestone (d by 1304)
  (i) John de Rillestone (alias Fauvel)
  (a) Isabella de Rillestone (alias Fauvel)
  m. Miles Ratcliffe (a 1434)
  ii. Alice de Rillestone possibly fits here
  m. (c1188) Roger Tempest

 

 

This section first uploaded 29.10.11.
John Treiago
m. Jane Trewarthenick (dau of Stephen Trewarthenick (by Jane, dau of John Trevanion) son of Stephen by Melior, either sister of Sir Osbert de Talverne or dau of Osbert Soar of Talverne)
1. (Sir) Stephen Treiago
  m. Alice Cheynduit (dau of William Cheynduit or Chandit of Bodannan)
  A. Jane Treiago
  m. John Trenowith of Trenowith
  B. Margaret Treiago
  m. Thomas Roscarick or Roscarock

 

 

This section first uploaded 09.11.11.
To help us identify any connection between families with the name Baker, we note that Visitation identifies the following family's coat of arms as: "Sable, a griffing segreant ermine ducally gorged or, beaked and memberred gules".
Thomas Baker
m. Jane Corbet (dau of _ Corbet of Aston)
1. Thomas Baker
m. Maria Bromley (dau/heir of John Bromley of Hanwood)
  A. John Baker
  m. Jane Pigot (dau of Richard Pigot of Chetwin)
  i. John Baker of Hanwood
  m. Jane Hugons (dau of Roger Hugons or Huggons)
  a. Thomas Baker of Hanwood
m. Maria Stokyn (dau of William Stokyn (by Margery, dau of Edward Marston by Elizabeth, dau of John Jenkyns by Elizabeth, dau of Edward Leighton) son of Thomas (Stokyn))
  (1) John Baker (a 1586)
  m. Anna Charleton (dau of Francis Charleton)
  (2) Johanna Baker
  m. Thomas Taylor (son of Robert)
  b. Roger Baker
  m. Elizabeth Weale (dau of William Weale (or Webb), m2. Jacob Barker)
  (1) Sara Baker
  m. William Ireland (son of Thomas)
  (2)+ other issue - Abraham, Daniell, Johanna

 

 

This section first uploaded 18.11.11.
Reginald Beauple (a temp Henry II who r. 1154-1189)
1. Richard Beauple
A. Reginald Beauple
  i. Robert Beauple
  a. Reginald Beauple (d 1270)
  (1) Sir Robert Beauple
  (A) Sir Robert Beauple of Landkey
  BHO (Magna Brittania, vol 6: Devonshire, 'Parishes: Lamerton - Lustleigh) reports that "The manor of Landkey belonged to the family of Beauple, or Beaple, who had their original seat there. After several generations, their heiress brought this estate to Sir Nigel Loring, K.G., in the reign of Edward III. One of Sir Nigel's co-heiresses brought it to Peyvre, whose heiress married Broughton."
  (i) Ralph Beauple of Landkey 'of Knowstone'
  Visitation (Bedfordshire), which supports the section on Loring below, identifies Ralph's wife as dau/heir of Sir Allen Bloyon of Cornwall by the dau/heir of Sir Pierse Nanscutt of Cornwall. Vivian identifies her as ...
  m. Elizabeth Boyou (dau of Alan Boyou, sister/heir of Ralph, widow of Sir Stephen Tinten)
  (a) Margaret Beauple (a temp Edward III who r. 1324-1377)
  m. Sir Nigel Loringe of Chalgrave @@ below
  (b) Elizabeth Beauple

 

 

This section first uploaded 18.11.11.
Roger Loring (d before 1185)
1. Peter Loring (b c1173, a 1250)
  A. Peter Loring (d 1286) presumed father of ...
  i. Sir Peter Loring of Chalgrave (a 1302) the first mentioned by Visitation
m. Joane Morteigne (heir)
  a. Sir Roger Loring of Chalgrave (d before 1346)
  m. Cassander Perrott (dau/heir of Reignold Perrott)
  (1) Sir Nigel or Nele Loring of Chalgrave (d 1385-6, KG)
  m. Margaret Beauple (dau of Ralph Beauple of Landkey 'of Knowstone') @@ above
  (A) Isabell Loring (d 21.08.1400)
  m1. Sir William Cogan 'of Huntspill' (d 1382)
  m2. Robert, Lord Harrington (d 1406)
  (B) Margaret Loring
  m. Thomas Pevre or Pever

 

 

This section first uploaded 26.03.12.
Lawrence Wilson of Bolton-le-Moore
m. Margaret Smith (dau of Benjamin Smith of Ashton-upon-the-Mersey by Sarah, dau/coheir of Thomas Ball of Burton (possibly by Margaret, dau of Robert Santhey of Burton))
1. Joseph Wilson of Rivington Hall & Little Lever Hall, Lancashire (d 25.07.1765)
  m. Abigail Andrews (dau/coheir of John Andrews of Rivington Hall & Little Lever Hall by Abigail, dau/coheir of Thomas Crooke of Abram Hall)
  A.+ issue (dvp) - John Andrews (dsp 10.04.1760), Lydia (d young)
2. Margaret Wilson (d unm 05.06.1725)
3. Elizabeth Wilson (d 01.07.1797)
  m. James Hurst of Hurst, Lancashire
  A. Sarah Hurst
  m. (15.10.1765) Joseph Lowe of Highfield (b 14.08.1737, d 20.03.1810)
4. Sarah Wilson (dsp 16.04.1797)
  m. Rev. John Milne

Main source(s):
(1) For Bunny : BLG1952 (St. John of Slinfold)
(2) For Dicton (Deighton) : Walker's Yorkshire Pedigrees (1942, 'Dicton (Deighton), Stainton and Popeley, of Woolley')
(3) For Stainton : Walker's Yorkshire Pedigrees (1942, 'Dicton (Deighton), Stainton and Popeley, of Woolley')
(4) For Rillestone : BLG1952 (Farewell of Hillfield House) with support from the section on the Parish of Burnsal in 'The History and Antiquities of the Deanery of Craven' by Rev. Thomas Dunham Whitaker (1st edition 1805; 3rd edition edited by A.W. Morant in 1878)
(5) For Treiago : Visitation (Cornwall, 1620, Spry), Visitation (Cornwall, 1620, Boscawen)
(6) For Baker : Visitation (Shropshire, 1623, Baker of Hanwood)
(7) For Beauple : Visitation (J.L. Vivian (1895), Devon, 1531+1564+1620+additions, Bonville of Shute and Chawton)
(8) For Loring : VCH (Bedfordshire, vol 3, Parishes: Sharnbrook) with support/input from the section on Lorynge in Visitation (Bedfordshire, 1566+1582+1634, Cheyney of Toddington)
(9) For Wilson : note to BLG1886 (Lowe of Shirenewton Hall)
[The section on Edwards of Wisbech & Hardingham has been moved to Edwards05; that on Sherston to SZmisc17.]
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