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Families covered: Brokesby of Stoke Golding

Probably connected to the family shown on Brokesby1 was ...
Edward Brokesby of Stoke Golding, Leicestershire (d 27.12.1627)
m. Alice Overton of Earl Shilton
1. Francis Brokesby of Stoke Golding (b c1578, d 1633)
  m. Elizabeth Wright (b c1624, d c1664, dau of John Wright of Nuneaton)
  A. Obadiah Brokesby of Stoke Golding (b c1614, a 1684)
m. Elizabeth Pratt (a 1682, dau of John Pratt of Wellingborough)
  i. Francis Brokesby of Stoke Golding (b 29.09.1637, bur 24.10.1714, rector of Rowley (Yorkshire))
  m. (c1670) Isabella Wood of Kingston-upon-Hull (bur 26.02.1699)
  a. Jane Brokesby (b 1678)
  m. (23.03.1703-4) Richard Asheton of Liverpool
  b. Dorothy Brokesby (b 1673, d 16.08.1712)
  m. (05.11.1700) Samuel Parr (bur 02.11.1720, vicar of Hinckley)
  c.+ other issue - Francis (b c1675, a 1682), Richard of Liverpool (b c1678, d 17.04.1708 in Virginia), Elizabeth (b c1672, a 1700), Anne (a 1759)
  ii. John Brokesby of Leicester (b c1640, a 1712)
  m. Mary Cook (dau of Jontathan Cook of Leicester)
  a.+ issue - John (a 1682), Obadiah (a 1682), Nathaniel (a 1682), Abel (a 1730), Anne (a 1682), 5 others (d young)
  iii. Obadiah Brokesby of Beaksborne, Kent (b c1645, bur 27.12.1698)
  m. Jane (d 03.08.1705)
  B. Nathaniel Brokesby of Birmingham (d 13.12.1687)
  m1. _ Freestone of Kidderminster
  m2. Mary Frith of Mereval
  C. Nehemiah Brokesby (d 1663, 4th son)
  m. Mary (d by 1682)
  D. Abel Brokesby of Coventry (d 1676)
m. Martha Harold of Coventry & Stoke Golding (a 1682)
  E. Ruth Brokesby
  m. Thomas Davil (m1. ??)
  i.+ issue - John, Ralph
  F. Abigail Brokesby (a 1682)
  m. _ Castleton of Shifnal
  G.+ other issue - Gamaliel (d 1627), Ruth (d 1611), Elizabeth (d young)
2. Edward Brokesby of Stoke Golding (d c1648)
  m. Mary Trymnell (a 1605, dau of Basil Trymnell of London)
3. Elizabeth Brokesby
  m. John Welch of East Shilton
4. Mary Brokesby
  m. Jonathan Griffin of Atherston
5.+ other issue (d unm) - George of London, daughter

Main source(s): 'History and Antiquities of the County of Leicester' (John Nichols, vol 4, part 2, 1811, 'Pedigree of Brokesby of Stoke Golding, with the alliances of Parr and Foster', p725)
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