'Crump1'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Crumpe of Barleymount, Crump of Stonelynch

Visitation identifies the arms of the following family as "Gules, a chevron between three quatrefoils or".
William Crump of Kent
1. Nicholas Crump ("went into Sussex")
  m. Barbara Clerke (dau of James Clerke of Farley (uncle of Sir John Clerke of Ford) by Marid, dau/heir of Edward Saxby (Baron of the Exchequer))
  A. John Crump of Stonelinch (Stonesinke) in Farley, Sussex (a 1634)
  m1. Bridget Andrews of Northampton
  i. Bridget Crump (a 1634)
  m. Joan (Jane) Calthorpe (dau of Sir Martin Calthorpe of Hickling (by Elizabeth Smith,) son/heir of Sir Martin (Lord Mayor of London))
  ii.+ other issue (a 1634) - Francis (of Staple Inn), John, Martin, Thomas, Hester, Helen, Alice
  (1) Visitation indicates that Francis had married by 1634.
(2) Presumed to have descended from one of these sons, but possibly from a cousin, was the undermentioned James.
  a. ?? Crump
  Uncertain on number of intervening generations.
  (1) ?? Crump
  (A) James Crump (d 1775, RN)
  The following comes from BLG1879 ('Crump of Chorlton') which identifies James as "descended from a branch of the family of Crump, Crumpe, or Crompe (as the name was variously written), seated at Stonelynch, Sussex, in the 16th century".
  m. Elizabeth Cotton
  (i) John Gregory Crump of Allan Bank (Westmorland) & Liverpool (b 1768, d 1844)
  m. (1792) Mary Hamerton (dau/heir of John Hamerton of Saddleworth (cadet of Hamerton of Hellifield Peel) by Julia Eliza, dau/heir of John Routh of Scarborough by Mary, dau/heir of Thomas Lewin of Amble by Anne, dau of Francis Radcliffe of Meldon)
  (a) John Gregory Crump (b 1799, d 1856) had issue
  m1. Sarah Amos
  m2. (1838, sp?) Maria Green (dau of John Green of Taporley)
  (b) George Hamerton Crump of Chorlton Hall, Cheshire (b 1801, d 25.10.1876) had issue
  m1. (1828) Martha Green (d 1843, dau of John Green of Tarporley)
  m2. (1846) Harriet Fanny Maddock (dau of Lt. Colonel Thomas Maddock (of the family of Edge & Holt))
  (c) Julia Eliza Crump
  m. William Jackson (Rector of Lowther, Provost of Queen's College, Oxford)
  (d) Elizabeth Crump (d 1835)
  m. William Wardle of Chester (d 1864, banker)
  (e) Louisa Crump (d 1877)
  m. Archibald Harvey of Derry (d 1849)
  (f) Sophia Crump
  m1. John Biond of Derry (d 1849)
  m2. (1852) Hildebrand Henry Oakes (son of Sir Henry, (3rd) Bart)
  (g)+ other issue - Augustus (b 1802, d infant), Mary (d unm 1822)
  (ii) George Crump (dsp)



Francis (or Thomas?) Crumpe 'of Barleymount'
m. Dorcas Orpen (dau of Robert Orpen of Killorglin)
1. Samuel Crumpe
m. Lucy Loughlin
  A. Samuel Crumpe
  m. ?? Mullins (sister of Lord Ventry)
  i.+ issue - Samuel, Francis, 2 daughters
  B. Francis Crumpe
  m1. _ Godfrey
  m2. Dorothea Bland
  Not clear which wife was mother of Francis's children though BLG1886 ('Bland of Derriquin') reports that Dorothea was mother of Nathaniel and others.
  i. Samuel Crumpe
  ii. William Crumpe
  a. Deborah Crumpe
  m. William Collis
  b. Aphna Crumpe
  m. William Moriarty (Captain RN, son of Admiral Moriarty)
c.+ other issue - son (Dr.), John
  iii. John Crumpe had issue
  m. Eliza Crumpe (cousin)
  iv. Nathaniel Crumpe, later Crumpe-Bland 'of Randall's Park'
  m. _ O'Neill
  a. Frances Crumpe-Bland
  m. (1824) John Bateman of Oak Park
  b.+ other issue - Nathaniel. Dorothea, Arabella
  v. daughter
m. _ Locke
  vi. daughter
  m. Samuel Croker
  m3. ?? (widow of John Lanter)
  C. Daniel Crumpe 'of Barleymount'
  m. Grace Orpen (dau of Richard Orpen of Ardtully)
  i. Samuel Crumpe
  m. _ Ingram
  a. Mary Grace Susan Crumpe
  ii. Richard Crumpe
  iii. Lucinda Crumpe
m. Francis Russel
  iv. Grace Crumpe
  m. William Allen
  v. Maria Crumpe
  m. Edward Orpen (cousin)
  vi. Anne Crumpe
  m. William Hampstead
  vii. Eliza Crumpe
  m. John Crumpe (Captain)
  D. Dorcas Crumpe
2. Dorcas Crumpe
  m. Henry Blennerhasset

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section : Visitation (Sussex, 1634, 'Crump'), CountyGen (Berry, Sussex, p337) with input as reported above
(2) For lower section (first uploaded to a Temporary page on 09.07.09) : Commoners (vol 4 , 'Orpen of Glanerough', p282)
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