'CZmisc19'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Carveth of Cornwall, Conyers of Hoppen, Capper of Bushey, Collinson of Chantry, Collinson of London, Curry of Bishop Oak

                               
Richard Carveth of Ladock & Probus, Cornwall
m. (1743) Dorcas Gerrans (bur 23.04.1797)
1. Richard Carveth of Carvoss (bpt 30.05.1748, d 17.12.1822)
  m. (11.05.1769) Margaret Andrew (bpt 21.08.1745, d 22.06.1824, dau of Matthew Andrew of Probus by Margaret Langdon of St. Michael Penkevil)
  A. James Andrew Carveth (bpt 27.07.1775, bur 09.02.1812, surgeon)
  m. (15.01.1799) Anna Hennah (b 27.02.1772, bur 18.09.1812, dau of Rev. Richard Hennah by Mary Carthew)
  i. Richard Carveth of Plymouth had issue
m. Julia Hennah (dau of Henry Hennah of Blackheath)
  ii. Mary Carveth (b 08.1799, d 12.11.1862)
  m. (07.05.1827) John Mills Carkeet (b 17.10.1797, d 22.08.1867)
  B. Dorcas Carveth (b 1780, d 1866)
  m. (1805) Octavius Temple, Governor of Sierra Leone (d 1834, Colonel)
2. Anne Carveth (bpt 05.11.1745)
  m1. James Veitch of Grampound
  A. James Veitch (Captain RN)
  m2. John Carpenter of Tregony
  B. John Carpenter of Truro had issue
  m. (03.1797) Theresa Heneage (dau of George Fieskie Heneage of Hainton Hall)

 

 

Edward Conyers of Hoppen & Berwick, Northumberland (d by 1626)
m1. ??
1. Robert Conyers of Hoppen (a 06.1626)
  m. Mary Brandling (dau of Robert Brandling of Felling)
  A. Edward Conyers of Hoppen (a 1649)
  B. Mary Conyers
  m. _ Bradford
  C.+ other issue - Jane, Cicely
  partner unknown
  E. Robert Conyers
2. Elizabeth Conyers
  m. _ Gardner of Berwick
m2. Thomason (a 1626)

 

 

BLG1886 reports that "This family was settled in Herefordshire early in the 16th century."
Richard Capper, 1st of Bushey, Bournehall & Carston, Hertfordshire (a 1695, d 1759, of Lincoln's Inn)
m1. Elizabeth Hyde of Finchley
1. Francis Capper of Bushey (d 1764, bencher)
  m. (1725) Mary Bennet (dau of Thomas Bennet by Elizabeth (granddau of Sir John Wittewrong, Bart))
  A. Richard Capper of Bushey & Garston (b c1730, d 02.09.1800, bencher)
  The following is supported by 'A History of Northumberland' (vol 4, John Crawford Hodgson, 1897, 'Ord and Capper of Bingfield', p229).
  m. (1759) Mary Ord (dau of Robert Ord (Lord Chief Baron of Scotland), sister/coheir of John of Newbiggin & Hunstanworth)
  i. Robert Capper of Bushey, Garston, Bingfield & Newbiggin Hall (Northumberland) (b 1767, d 22.04.1851) had issue
  m. Mary Anne Jenkinson (bur 03.09.1861, dau of Richard Jenkinson of Twickenham)
  B. Rev. Francis Capper of East Soham
  i. Charlotte Capper possibly of this generation
  m. (13.12.1809) Charles Brooke of Ufford Place
  C. James Capper (Colonel) had issue (dsps)
  D. Elizabeth Capper
  m. Edward Williams of Totteridge
  E. Mary Capper
  m. George Smalridge (rector of Bothal, grandson of Bishop Smalridge)
m2. Dorothy Clavering (sister of Sir Francis Clavering, bart, relict of Charles Waite of The Temple)

 

 

Peter Collinson
1. ?? Collinson of Hugall Hall ('Height of Hugall')
  A. Peter Collinson of London
  i. Peter Collinson 'of Mill Hill' of London (d 11.08.1768)
  m. Mary Russell (d 04.1753, dau of Michael Russell of Mill Hill)
  a. Michael Collinson of The Chantry, Suffolk (d 1795)
  m. Jane Banester (dau of Charles Banaster (solicitor))
  (1) Charles Streynsham Collinson of The Chantry, Sheriff of Suffolk (b 03.04.1753) had issue
  m. (30.04.1803) Maria Sowerby (dau of John Sowerby of Puttridge Bury)
  (2) Peter Collinson (d infant)
  (3) Marianne Collinson
  m. Esward Close of Rungamatty, East Indies
  b. Mary Collinson
m. John Cator of Beckenham Place
  ii. James Collinson
  m. _ Gill of Godalming
  a. Thomas Collinson of London (dsp 22.08.1803, banker)
  m. _ Brown (dau of Hinton Brown)
  iii. Mary Collinson
  m. Daniel Bell
  iv. Margaret Collinson
  m. Thomas Holme, Mayor of Kendal
  a. Margaret Holme
  m. (1738) William Maude of Sunderland

 

 

BLG1886 reports that "An ancestor of this famiy, which is believed to be of Scotch origin, was King's Messenger at the Court of King James II. of England".
?? Curry
1. John Curry of Hatfield, Hertfordshire (dspms)
2. William Curry of Bishop Oak in Wolsingham, co. Durham (d 1727)
  A. Robert Curry of Bishop Oak (b 1692, d 06.1763)
m. Frances Taylor of Stanhope (d 03.1787, heiress)
  i. Robert Curry of Bishop Oak & Consett Hall (b 1745, d 17.07.1827)
  m. Elizabeth Greenwell (d 02.06.1827, dau of Hugh Greenwell of Byers Green, sister of John of Greenwell & Willington House)
  a. John Curry of Bishop Oak (b 1782, d 23.03.1833) had issue
  m. (16.110.1819) Elizabeth Wooler (d 09.03.1831, dau of George Wooler of Fawnlees House by Elizabeth, dau of John Darnell of Deckham House son of Elizabeth, dau of Nicholas Shuttleworth of Durham, cousin of Sir Richard Shuttleworth of Gawthorp)
  b. Elizabeth Curry
  m. (01.01.1798) Thomas Elliott of Newcastle ("a branch of Lord Minto's family")
  c.+ other issue (d unm) - Robert (b 1775, dvp 16.10.1820), Frances (d 14.01.1863)
  ii. Elizabeth Curry
  m. John Darnell of Deckham Hall
  iii. Barbara Curry
  m. Thomas Sanderson of Auckland
  B. Anne Curry
  m. Thomas Wren of Wolsingham

Main source(s):
(1) For Carveth (uploaded 22.11.18) : Visitation (J.L. Vivian (1887), Cornwall, 1530+1573+1620+additions, 'Tresahar of Trevethan', p493)
(2) For Conyers (uploaded 16.03.19) : 'A History of Northumberland' (vol 1, Edward Bateson, 1893, p245)
(3) For Capper (uploaded 23.04.19) : BLG1886 ('Capper of Lyston Court')
(4) For Collinson (uploaded 12.05.19) : Commoners (vol 2, 'Collinson of The Chantry', p538+)
(5) For Curry (uploaded 24.07.19) : BLG1886 ('Curry of Bishop-Oak')
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