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Families covered: Clopton (Cockesfeild) of Clopton, Clopton of London

Sir Walter de Cockesfeild of Clopton (a 1275)
In 1275-6 Sir Walter purchased the manor of Clopton from James Clopton of Clofton, who was presumably of the family reported on Clopton01.
m. Jane
1. Thomas de Cockesfeild of Clopton (dsp)
2. Walter de Cockesfeild of Clopton (a 1307)
  A. Walter Cockesfeild de Clopton (a temp Edward III who r. 1327-1377)
  m. Mawd
  i. John Cockesfeild or Clopton of Clopton
  a. Hugh Clopton, Mayor of London (a 1491)
  b. Thomas Clopton of Stratford
  (1) John Clopton (d 1485-6)
(A) William Clopton (d 29.05.1521-2)
  m. Rose Grenvill (d 27.08.1535-6, dau of Sir Giles Grenvill)
  (i) William Clopton (d 1559-60)
  m. Elizabeth Grey (dau of Sir Edward Grey of Enfield)
(a) William Clopton of Clopton (b c1538)
  m. Anne Griffith (dau of Sir George Griffith)
  ((1)) Joyce Clopton (bpt 17.09.1562, d 14.01.1636/7)
  m. Sir George Carew, Earl of Totness (b 29.05.1555, d 27.03.1629, Chamberlain)
  ((2)) Anne Clopton
  m. William Clopton of Stedwick @@ below
  ((3))+ other issue (dsp) - William, Lodowick, Elizabeth, Mary
  (b) Elizabeth Clopton (dsp)
  m. _ Dannett
  (c) Elizabeth (?) Clopton
  Visitation shows this daughter (unnamed) as married to Arundell of Treris. We presume that this was Elizabeth (NB there's another Elizabeth just above), daughter of William of Warwick, who married the following brother of Sir John Arundel of Trerice.
  m. Sir Robert Arundel of Menedarva (d 1580)
  (d) Anne Clopton
  m. _ Strete
  (d) Rose Clopton
  m. _ Cowmes
  (e)+ other issue - Thomas (dsp), Elianor
  c. John Clopton of London
(1) John Clopton of London
  (A) John Clopton of Yorkshire
  m. Elizabeth Ashton of Lancashire
  (i) William Clopton of Stedwick
  m. Anne Clopton (dau of William Clopton of Clopton) @@ above
  (a) William Clopton of London (dsp c1660)
  m1. _ Fane (dau of _ Fane, Earl of Westmoreland)
m2. _ Bishop
  (b) John Clopton
  (c) Thomas Clopton of Clopton (b c1606, d c1641)
  m. Eglantine Kyte (bpt 18.12.1614, dau of John Kyte or Keyt of Ebrington)
  ((1)) Sir John Clopton of Clopton (b 14.10.1638, a 1699)
  The following is partly supported by 'History and Antiquities of the County of Leicester' (John Nichols, vol 4, part 1, 1807, p171) and 'Pedigrees of the Knights' (Le Neve (1696), edited by George Marshall (1873), p159+).
  m. (1662) Barbara Walker (dau of Sir Edward Walker KG)
  ((A)) Edward Clopton of Clopton (b c1663, a 1682)
  m. Martha Combes (dau/heir of William Combes of Old Stratford)
  ((i)) Edward Clopton of Clopton
  m. Martha Middleton (dau of John Middleton of Mensha)
((a))+ issue - John Comb (d infant), Edward (d infant), John, Thomas, Harry (d unm), Hugh, Martha
((ii)) Anna Maria Clopton (b c1678)
  ((B)) Sir Hugh Clopton of Newplace, Stratford-upon-Avon (b c1672, a 1734, Rouge Dragon Pursuivant of Arms, 3rd son)
  m1. Elizabeth Milward (dau/heir of Thomas Milward of Stanton Ward by Ann, dau/coheir of William Darcy of Dartford Place)
  ((i)) Anne Clopton (d 24.06.1776)
  m. (17.07.1720-1) Thomas Boothby Skrymshire of Norbury Manor
  ((ii)) Katherine Clopton
  m. Henry Talbot (son of Bishop of Durham, brother of Lord High Chancellor)
  ((iii))+ other issue (d infant) - Philip, Charles, Elizabeth
  m2. Elizabeth Smith (dau of Dan. Smith (Lt. Governor of the Isle of Nevis) by _ Eddy of Gloucester)
  ((B)) Agnes Clopton
m. (19.09.1687) William Keyt (dvp 31.10.1702, son/heir of Sir William of Ebrington, Bart)
  ((C)) Barbara Clopton
  m. Aston Ingram of Little Wolford
  ((D))+ other issue - John (d infant), John (b c1675, d unm), William (b c1679), Charles (d infant), Elizabeth, Joyce/Mary
  ((2))+ other issue - Thomas, Elizabeth (d infant)
  (d) Ursula Clopton (a 1682)
  m1. Thomas Markham of Ollerton (d 07.1643)
  m2. Henry Nevill of Holt (d 1682)
  (e) daughter
  m. _ Mounson
  (f) daughter
  m. _Paulet
  (ii) Margaret Clopton
  m. _ Leyton of Yorkshire
  (iii) Jane Clopton
  m. _ Jackson of Yorkshire
  (iv) Alice Clopton
  (B) daughter (d unm)

Main source(s): Visitation (Warwickshire, 1619, 'Cockesfield alias Clopton'), Visitation (Warwickshire, 1682-3, 'Clopton of Clopton')
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