'Cranmer1'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Cranmer of Aslockton (Aslerton), Cranmer of Canterbury, Cranmer of Sutterton

Hugh Cranmer of Sutterton, Nottinghamshire
1. Gilbert Cranmer of Sutterton
  m. Ide (dau of Adam de Loughton)
  A. Hugh Cranmer of Sutterton
  i. Thomas Cranmer of Sutterton
a. Edmund Cranmer of Aslerton
  m. Isabel Aslerton (dau/heir of William Aslerton of Aslerton)
  'Aslerton' appears to be a variation of 'Aslockton', a village in Nottinghamshire. The Cranmers are often shown as 'of Aslacton'. That appears to be wrong as Aslacton is in Norfolk.
  (1) John Cranmer of Aslerton & Sutterton
  m. _ Marshall of Muschamp
  (A) Thomas Cranmer of Aslerton (Aslockton) (d c1477)
  m. Agnes Hatfield (dau of Lawrence Hatfield of Willoughby)
(i) John Cranmer of Aslerton (Aslockton)
  m1. Jonnett Fretchvile (dau of John Fretchvile)
  (a) Thomas Cranmer of Aslerton (Aslockton)
  m1. Scissely Quadring
((1)) Thomas Cranmer of Aslerton (Aslockton) (a 1564)
  m1. Alice Lacye (dau of John Lacye of Cromwell Botham)
  ((A)) Thomas Cranmer (dsp)
  ((B)) Mary Cranmer probably the Mary who married ...
  m. John Rossell
  m2. Elizabeth Hutchinson (dau of Thomas Hutchinson, widow of Thomas Brokesby of Grimsby)
  ((C)) Alice Cranmer
  m1. Thomas Mollineux of Haughton (d 1597)
  m2. Sir John Thorold of Lincolnshire
  m2. Elizabeth Moreton
  ((2)) Edmond Cranmer
  ((3)) Robert Cranmer
  m. Elizabeth Crisp of the Isle of Thannett
((A)) Thomas Cranmer
  (b) Richard Cranmer
  ((1))+ issue - Thomas, John
  m2. Margaret Fitzwilliams (dau of John Fitzwilliams of Sprotborough)
  The Harleian editor reports that the following daughter is shown in one manuscript as daughter of Jonet Fretchvile and by another as daughter of Margaret Fitzwilliams.
  (c) Susan Cranmer
  m1. _ Glearke
  m2. Thomas Brook or Cobham (brother of George, Lord Cobham)
m3. Anthony Vaughan of Littleton (son of Sir Hugh)
  (ii) Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury (b 02.07.1489, d 21.03.1556)
  Details on Thomas and his family come from Wikipedia.
  m1. Joan
  (a) child (stillborn?)
  m2. Margaret (m2. Edward Whitchurch, m3. Bartholomew Scott)
  (b) Thomas Cranmer (dsp)
  (c) Margaret Cranmer
  m. Thomas Norton
  (iii) Edmond Cranmer (d before 20.04.1571, Archdeacon of Canterbury)
  The following comes from MGH (NS2, vol 5 (1894), 'Pedigree of Cranmer', p63).
  m. (by 1534) Alice Sandes (a 1544)
  (a) Thomas Cranmer of Canterbury (b 1534-5, d 03.06.1604, Registrar of Canterbury)
  m. Anne Carpenter (a 06.1604, sister of John Carpenter of Rye)
((1)) William Cranmer (bpt 04.11.1582, d 09.1650, 3rd son?)
  m. (before 1619) Susanna Powell (bur 09.01.1676-7, dau of Sir Edward Powell, Bart)
  ((A)) Susanna Cranmer (b 1621, bur 05.01.1681-2)
  m1. (c08.1641) Edward Kenrick (b 1612-3, d 07.1654)
m2. Thomas Tomlins of Bromley (bur 14.04.1677)
  ((i)) Thomas Tomlins (d unm bur 29.11.1697)
  ((ii)) Sarah Tomlins (d 08.08.1709)
  m. Sir Robert Jenkinson, 2nd Bart of Walcot
  ((B)) Anne Cranmer presumed to fit here
  Anne is identified in both TCB (vol 1, Holt or Holte of Aston) & TCB (vol 3, Noel of Kirkby Mallory) as dau of William Cranmer of London. However, she is identified in TCB (vol 2, Trollope of Casewick) as dau of George Cranmer of Canterbury & sister of Sir William Cranmer. All identify her as a descendant of Archdeacon Edmond. TCB (vol 3, Jenkinson of Walcot) confirms that there was a Sir William who was brother of Susanna, shown in various web sites as dau of William.
  m1. _ Slane
  m2. Nathaniel South ("President of All India")
  m3. Sir John Clobery of Westminster
((C))+ other issue - George (d unm 1674), Sir William (d unm 1697), 2 other daughters
  ((2)) Anne Cranmer mentioned in various web sites
  m. (10.04.1581) Rev. John Seller
  ((3))+ other issue - George (b 1563-4, d 16.07.1600), Thomas (b 1571, bur 02.07.1641), 5 other daughters
  (b) Alice Cranmer (a 1602) probably of this generation
  m. (by 1568) Thomas Norton of London & Sharpenhoe (d 03.1584)
  (c)+ 3 other sons + 2 other daughters
  (iv) Jane Cranmer
  m. John Monings (Lieutenant of Dover Castle)
  (v) Isabel Cranmer, Lady of Shepey
  (vi) Anne Cranmer
  m. (1514) Edmond Cartwright of Ossington
  (vii) Dorothy Cranmer
  m. Henry or Harold Rossell



The arms shown for the following family indicate that it was connected to the above family.
Thomas Cranmer
1. John Cranmer of Alcester, Warwickshire ("a younger son")
  m. Joane Maynard of Hereford
  A. Samuel Cranmer (a 1634, alderman of London) the last generation mentioned by Visitation, the first mentioned by Gage
  m1. Margaret Symonds
  m2. Mary Wood (dau of Thomas Wood, "Serjeant of the King's Pastry", sister of Sir Henry, Bart)
  i. Caesar Cranmer alias Wood of Astwood Bury (b c1634, d 1687)
  m. Lilia Peliott (d by 1727, dau of Charles Peliott de la Garde)
  a. Maria Cranmer or Wood (dsp)
  m. Walter Blount of Soddington
  a.+ other issue - Henry (d young), Caesar (b c1666, d before 1671), Charles of Loudham (dsp before 26.07.1743), Anna (dsp)
  ii. Mary Cranmer (b 1634-5, d 12.05.1710)
  m. (21.05.1657) Sir Anthony Chester, 3rd Bart of Chichley (b c1633, d 15.02.1697-8)
  B. Anne Cranmer
  m. Lewes Caudrey

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section : Visitation (Nottinghamshire, 1569+1614, 'Cranmer')
(2) For lower section (reviewed & expanded 9.08.23 using Gage): Visitation (London, 1634, 'Cranmer'), 'History and Antiquities of Suffolk: Thingoe Hundred' (John Gage, 1938, p391)
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