'Hampton3'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Hampton of Bletchingley, Hampton of East Harptree, Hampton of Plumpton, Hampton of Worth

CTG identifies the arms of this family as "A fesse checquy Argent and Sable within a bordure Or".
John Hampton (rector in Hampshire)
1. Christopher Hampton, Archbishop of Armagh (b c1551, d unm 03.01.1624, Vice Chancellor of Dublin University)
2. John Hampton (vicar of Ryegate, Surrey)
  A. William Hampton (b c1600, d 1677, Rector of Bletchingley, Surrey)
  i. Charles Hampton (b c1630, d 02.06.1704, Rector of Worth & Bletchingley)
  m. Catherine Parker (bur 05.06.1697, dau of John Parker of Frenches in Ryegate)
  a. William Hampton (b 1655-6, bur 17.05.1742, Rector of Worth & Plumpton)
  m. Elizabeth
  (1) William Hampton (bpt 28.02.1696, d 15.12.1759, Rector of Worth & Street, 5th son)
  m. Charity Wade
  (A) William Hampton (b 1725-6, d 08.1770, Rector of Plumpton)
  m. Mary (b c1723, d 1798)
  (i) Charity Hampton
  m. R. Weekes of Hursterpoint (d 1823, surgeon)
  (2)+ other issue - Charles (bpt 21.11.1691, bur 02.10.1707), Cary (bpt 25.10.1692), Christopher (bpt 07.02.1694), James (bpt 28.02.1695, bur 01.01.1717), James (bpt 02.07.1699), John (bpt 08.08.1700), Robert (bpt 09.09.1701), Ambrose (bpt 14.11.1702, bur 31.08.1734), Leonard (bpt 06.05.1702), Ann (bpt 23.12.1690, bur 05.12.1709), Mary (bpt 27.04.1704), Hellen (bpt 06.04.1708, bur 07.04.1708), Sarah (bur 04.12.1745)
  b. Charles Hampton (bpt 21.02.1659)
  m. Catharine (bur 07.1720)
  c.+ other issue - John (bpt 02.02.1663, bur 17.05.1677), Robert (bpt 01.02.1671), Catharine (bpt 19.11.1662), Elizabeth (bpt 15.09.1665)
  ii.+ 2 sons (dvp)



Philpott Hampton
m. Elizabeth Bitton (dau of Sir John Bitton (by Hawise Furneaux), sister/coheir of Sir John)
1. Philip Hampton (a 1404)
  m. Alice Caldecott (dau/heir of Walter Caldecott by Joan de Gournay)
  A. Richard Hampton of East Harptree
  m. Egelina Neville (dau of Sir Thomas Neville)
  i. John (?) Hampton of East Harptree
  m. Julian Stillington (sister of Robert (not Richard) Stillington, Bishop of Bath)
  a. Lucy Hampton, heiress of East Harptree (d 1504)
  m1. Thomas Chokke
  m2. Sir Thomas Newton, alias Cradock
  m3. Sir Edmund Gorges

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section : CTG (vol 6, 1840, 'Pedigree of Hampton of Surrey and Sussex', p294)
(2) For lower section : 'Herald & Genealogist' (vol 4, 1867, 'Descents of the Heirs of Lady Barre, particularly the Newtons of Barre's Court, Bitton', p437)
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