'Hartstonge1'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Hartstonge of Bruff, Hartstong of South Repps
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William Hartstong of Edgfield, Norfolk
m. Ann Croftes (dau of Richard Croftes of Witton)
1. James Hartstong of South Repps, Norfolk
  m. Margaret Repps (dau of Henry Repps of South Repps)
  A. Rafe Hartstong of South Repps
  m. Thomasine Cursonn (dau of William Cursonn of Byelow/Belaugh)
  i. Francis Harstong of Old Catton, South Repps (d before 1635)
Visitation ends naming the children of this generation. TCB identifies him as father of Standish by the following Elizabeth Standish. The undermentioned article by Oliver reports that the STandish family was "of a family ofv Lancashire origin which had earlier produced a bishop ot St. Asaph. This branch of the family had settled in Munster ... at the time of the late Elizabeth and early Stuart plantations, and ... had in 1614 been rewarded with the Bruff estate".
  m. Elizabeth Standish (dau/coheir of Sir Thomas Standish of Bruff, m2. _ Raynes)
  a. Sir Standish Hartstonge of Bruffe (co Limerick), 1st Bart (b/1627,c1630, d 27.08.1701, Baron of the Exchequer in Ireland)
  Some details on Standish's family come from Wikipedia ("Sir Standishe Hartsonge") which links to an article called 'The Harstonges and Radnorshire Part 1' in 'Radnorshire Society Transactions 1973' (R.C.B Oliver, p34+), with thanks to a contributor (DCS, 02.05.20) for drawing our attention to that article which focuses on the family of Standish's 3rd wife, Joanna Gwynne.
  m1. (c1650) Elizabeth Jermy (d 05.04.1663, dau of Francis Jermy of Gunston by Alice, dau of Sir Anthony Irby of Boston)
  (1) Francis Harstonge (b 1651, dvp before 09.11.1688)
  m(1). Mary Brettridge (dau/coheir of Richard Brettridge of Castle Brettrdige)
  (A) Sir Standish Hartstonge of Bruff, 2nd Bart (b c1673, d 20.07.1751, MP)
m. (by 1689) Anne Price of Presteign
  (i) Price Hartstonge (b c1690, dvp 0302.1743/4, MP)
  m. Alice Widenham (dau/heir of Henry Widenham of Court)
  (a) Sir Henry Hartstonge of Bruff, 3rd Bart (b c1725, dsp 1797)
m. (23.12.1751) Lucy Pery (d 20.03.1793, dau of Rev. Stackpole Pery of Stackpole Court (by Jane, dau of Rev, William Twigge), sister of Edmond, Viscount Pery)
  (b) Mary Hartstonge
  m. Henry Ormsby of Cloghan
  ((1)) Mary Alice Ormsby (d 13.06.1850)
  m. (29.01.1783) Edmund Henry Pery, 1st Earl of Limerick (b 1758, d 1844)
  (c) Anne Hartstonge
  (ii)+ other issue - John (d unm), Catherine
  (B) Arthur Hartstonge (d unm)
(2) Standish Hartstonge (b 1656, d unm 31.05.1704, Recorder of Kilkenny, MP)
  (3) John Hartstonge, Bishop of Ossory then Derry (b 01.12.1654, d 30.01.1717)
  m. Isabelle ('Belle') Danvers (dau of Samuel Danvers by Beata Brydge & cousin of James Brydges, 1st Duke of Chandos) named in Wikipedia ("John Hartstonge")
  (A) Ann Hartstonge
  (4) Alice Hartstonge
  m. (1671) Anthony Maude (MP)
  (5) Jane Hartstonge 
  m. (c12.1679) Arthur Chamberlain, later Brownlow (MP)
  (6)+ 6 others including Elizabeth
m2. (c07.1664) Anne Bramhall (dsp 1682, dau of John Bramhall, Archbishop of Armagh, (by Eleanor, dau of William Hawley of York), sister/coheir of Sir Thomas)
  TCB identifies Standish's 3rd wife Johanna as dau of Rowland Gwynne of Radnorshire. In Oliver's above-mentioned article, supported by Wikipedia, she is the subject of some discussion and is clearly identified as ...
  m3. (1684) Joanna Gwynne (d by 11.1718, dau of George Gwynne, sister of Rowland)
  (12) Gwynne Hartstonge (b 06.1685, d 1709)
  b. Katherine Hartstonge probably the Katherine who married ....
  m. Robert Hogan of Hanworth
  ii.+ other issue - Ralph, Thomas, Henry, Mary, Thomazine
  B. Henry Hartstong of Mulberton, Norfolk
  m. Joyce Finch (dau of Rafe Finch of Kingsdowne)
  i.+ issue - Rafe, Henry, Finch, Edwin, Elizabeth, Joyce
  C.+ other issue - James, Elizabeth, Amy

Main source(s): Visitation (Norfolk, 1563+1589+1613, Hartstong), TCB (vol 4, 'Hartstonge or Hartstongue of Bruffe', p213+) with some input/support from the above-mentioned article by RCB Oliver
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