'Caldecott2'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Calcott of Brackley, Caldecott of Holmer House, Caldecot of Holton Hall, Caldicott of Selmeston, Caldicott (Caldecott) of Sherrington

(1) As reported on Caldecott1, there are several different places called 'Caldecott' (or similar) which gave their names to various families named Caledecott' or similar. Caldecott1 shows the families which we believe to have a common root in Cheshire. This page shows those whose roots appear to have been elsewhere.
(2) The family of the following section had the following coat of arms: "Per pale or and azure, on a chief gules three leopards' heads or".
William Caldicote of Melbourn(e), Cambridgeshire
Note that the family shown in the 2nd section is reputed to have come from Melbourne, Derbyshire.
1. Clement Caldicott of Selmeston, Sussex
  m. Jane Weller of Seaford
A. Matthias Caldicott of Sherington in Selmeston (a 1662)
  m1. Ann Apsley (dau of Sir Edward Apsley of Thakeham)
  i. Richard Caldicott or Caldecott of Sherrington (bur 19.08.1656)
  m. Grace Boys (dau of William Boys of Hawkhurst by Cordelia, dau of Sir John Wildegos of Iridge)
  a. Cordelia Caldecott (b c1642, d 13.02.1717)
  m. Henry Shelley of Lewes (b c1635, d 14.12.1691)
  b. Elizabeth Caldecott (b c1644, bur 1725)
  m. Apsley Newton (bpt 11.03.1639, d 29.04.1718)
  c. Grace Caldecott
  m. (1673) James Butler of Amberley Castle (b c1651, d 11.07.1696, MP)
  m2. Anne Turner (bpt 06.03.1604-5, dau of Sackville Turner of Tablehurst)
  ii. Martha Caldicott (b 02.1623/4)
  m. (30.12.1640-1) Richard Fowle of Newick
  iii. Bennet Caldicott (bpt 20.09.1626)
  m. Robert Burdett
  m3. Cordelia Boys (dau of William Boys of Hawkhurst)
  iv.+ issue (a 1662) - Matthias (b c1654), Samuel, Jane, Cordeila



BLG1858, which does not identify a coat of arms for the following family, reports "This family, one of considerable antiquity, came originally from Melbourne, co. Derby."
Charles Caldecot of Fulnetby, Lincolnshire
m. _ Browne of Lincoln
1. Gilbert Caldecot of Holton Hall & Beckering, Lincolnshire (b c1713, d 06.07.1796, Colonel of the militia)
  m. ?? Duncombe (dau of T. Duncombe of Duncombe Park)
  A. Sarah Caldecot (d 15.01.1802)
  m. Thomas Reid, later Caldecot of Holton Hall (son of John of Barra, Aberdeenshire)
  i. Henry Caldecot of Holton Hall had issue
  m. (1825) Margaretta Hale (dau of Rev. John Hale of Holton)
  ii. Charles Caldecot had issue
  m. Mary Williams (dau of Dr. _ Williams of Llanbedrog)
  iii. Elizabeth Caldecot
  m. Sir Love Jones-Parry of Madryn (b 1781, d 23.01.1853, General)



Visitation (Oxfordshire) identifies the following coat of arms for this family: "Per pale or and gules, on a chief of the first three swans sable".
?? Calcott of Calcott, Oxfordshire
1. William Calcott of Calcott
  A. daughter
  m. _ Chaloner
  b.+ 2 daughters
2. John Calcott of Hokenorton, Oxfordshire
  A. William Callcott of Hokenorton
  i. Robert Calcott of Hokenorton
  m. Margaret
  a. Richard Calcott of Hokenorton
  m. Johanne Freeman (dau of John Freeman of Rowlandright)
  (1) John Calcott
  (A) William Calcott
(2) William Calcott
  (A)+ issue - Thomas, Richard, Walter
  (3) Robert Calcott
  (A)+ issue - John, Thomas
  (4) Walter Calcott of Willescot, Oxfordshire
  m. Alice Wade (dau of John Wade of Hokenorton)
  (A) Judith Calcott (d 1585)
  m. George Chambers of Petton (d1594)
  (5) Thomas Calcott
  (A)+ issue - Richard, Thomas, John
  (6) Margery Calcott (dsp)
  Visitation (London, 1634, 'Calcot') starts with 2 sons of an unnamed Calcot of Willescot & Hookrnorton: Walter of Willescot, shown as the eldest son whose daughter/heir m. _ Chambers of Shropshire, and the following Henry. No Henry is mentioned by Visitation (Oxfordshire) which shows as above. We presume to show Henry as connected as follows. The following comes from Visitation (London).
  b. Henry Calcott of Brackley, Northamptonshire
  (1) Robert Calcot of Brackley Byfield & Flower
  m. _ Packston of Barton
  (A) John Calcot of Flower (a 1634)
  m. Isaebll Standish (dau of Thomas Standish of Hinton)
  (i) John Calcot of London (a 1634, of Gray's Inn)
  m. Abigail Cooke (dau of Robert Cooke of Langham)
  (ii) Elizabeth Calcot
  m. Simon Freeman of London (clothworker)
  (iii)+ other issue - Thomas, William, Robert
  (B) Robert Calcot of Deddington, Oxfordshire
  (C) Hester Calcot
  m. Martin Willcocks of Hill Morton
  (D) Anne Calcot
  m. Robert Willcocks of Lurgarshall
  B. John Calcott
  i. William Calcott (dsp)
  ii. John Calcott
  a. John Calcott of London
  b. Robert Calcott ("dyed at Brackley")
  (1) Robert Calcott



Henry Caldecott of Hereford
1. John Caldecott of Holmer House, Herefordshire (b 1670, dsp 10.02.1709)
  m. Anne Howorth (dau of Humphrey Howorth of The Moor in Holmer, m2. Charles Cooke (son of John of Lingen))
2. Henry Caldecott
  A. Henry Caldecott of Holmer House
  m. (04.11.1714) Mary Phillipps (dau of James Phillipps of Huntingdon)
  i. John Caldecott of Holmer House, Sheriff of Herefordshire (b 1725, bur 22.05.1781)
  m. Frances Hereford (dau of Roger Hereford of Sufton)
  a. James Caldecott of Holmer House, later Hereford of Sufton (b 30.08.1756, d 05.02.1823)
  m. (15.02.1787) Mary Scudamore (d 23.04.1834, dau of Col. John Scudamore of Kentchurch Court)
  (1) Richard Hereford of Sufton Court, Herefordshire (b 06.07.1803, d 27.07.1859) had issue
  m. (05.06.1828) Harriot Arabella Mends (d 06.08.1846, dau of Cdre. Sir Robert Mends)
  (2) Sarah Hereford
  m. (26.03.1818) David Lambe of Hereford
  (3) Anne Hereford
  m. (29.01.1831) John Kelly Tuder of Penally (RN)
  (4)+ other issue - Mary, Frances (d 15.09.1866), Catherine (d unm 1826), Lucy
  ii. Mary Caldecott (b c1717, d 23.07.1802)
  m. Howorth Cooke of The Moor, Holmer)

Main source(s):
(1) For top section : Visitation (Sussex, 1662, 'Caldicott of Sherrington of Selmeston')
(2) For 2nd section : BLG1858 ('Caldecot of Holton')
(3) For 3rd section : Visitation (Oxfordshire, 1566+1574+1634, 'Calcott of Wilcott')
(4) For lower section : the section on Caldecote in BLG1952 ('Hereford of Sufton'), Commoners (vol 3, 'Hereford of Sufton Court', p346)
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