'Holled1'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Holled of Bareby, Smith of Leire, Smith of Normanton Turvile

                               
Jonathan Holland (d 1680, rector of Cottingham)
Nichols starts with "Knightley Holled, son of Dr. J. Holled" and notes that the father was probably either Jeremiah Holled, rector of Walgrave, or his brother Jonathan Holled, rector of Cottingham, both in Northamptonshire. We presume that it was the latter given that the name Knightley was used over the next few generations and it appears to have been Jonathan who married ...
m. (19.11.1646) Anne Knightley (b 24.11.1607, bur 1699, dau of Sir Seymour Knightley of Norton & Winwick)
1. Knightley Holled (a 1668, 1700, rector of Bareby)
  m. Anne (a 1702)
  A. Knightley Holled (d c1755, rector of Bareby)
  i. Knightley Holled (b c1707, d 01.1795, rector of Bareby)
  a. Knightley Holled (dvp 27.07.1789, cleric)
ii. Thomas Holled of Lutterworth (a 1777)
  B. Anne Holled
  m. Thomas Smith of Leire (b c1674, d 03.01.1743)
  i. Knighley Smith of Leire (d 1722, 4th son)
  m. Darell Jervis of Great Peatling (d 1722)
  a. Thomas Smith (d young)
  b. Holled Smith of Normanton Turvile (b 1731-2, d 14.07.1795)
  m. Elizabeth Grace (b c1738, d 1786)
  (1) Anne Smith
  m. Isaac Horlock (vicar of Box)
  (2) Susan Smith
  m. Richard Coxe (vicar of Bucklebury, rector of Sodbury)
  (3) Catharine Smith
  m. (15.05.1796) Thomas Noel (rector of Kirkby Mallory)
  (4) Mary Smith
  m. _ Athorpe (Major)
  (5) Frances Smith
  m. George Smith of Goldecote
  (6)+ other issue - Darrell (d unm), William (d young), Thomas of Butteswell (a 1806), Knightley (d unm 1793), 5 others (d young)
  ii.+ other issue (d unm) - Holled, Thomas, William, Susan (b 1709-10, d 27.09.1792)

Main source(s): 'History and Antiquities of the County of Leicester' (John Nichols, vol 4, part 1, 1807, 'Pedigree of Holled of Bareby and of Smith of Leire and Normanton Turvile', p 342)
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