'Sherbrooke1'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Sherbrooke of Oxton, Lowe of Southwell

                               
Robert Shirbrook of Tibshall, Derbyshire
1. Thomas Sherbrooke
  m. Helen Batman
2. Robert Sherbrooke
  m. Alice Brailsford (dau of John Brailsford of Derbyshire)
  A. Thomas Sherbrooke or Sherbroke of Oxton, Nottinghamshire (a 1566)
  m. Elizabeth Hall (dau of William Hall of Saxendale)
i. Robert Sherbrooke of Oxton (a 1614)
  m. Mary Savile (dau of John Savile of Oxton by Margaret, dau of Thomas Tempest)
  a. Thomas Sherbrooke of Oxton (b 1600, d 1653)
  m. Elizabeth Jobson (dau of Thomas Jobson of Cudworth)
  (1) Robert Sherbrooke of Oxton (b c1631, a 1662, dspm)
  BLG1952 identifies Robert's wife as Elizabeth Taylor of Lincolnshire. Visitation identifies her as ...
  m. Elizabeth Thompson (dau of William Thompson of Roxtree)
  (2) Thomas Sherbrooke
m. Sarah Jobson (dau of Thomas Jobson of Cudworth, cousin)
  (A) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, Sheriff of Nottinghamshire (d 1754)
  m. Mary Porter (dau of Thomas Porter of Bingham)
  (i) Margaret Sherbrooke (b 1716, dsp 21.12.1799)
  m. Henry Porter of Bingham (d 14.01.1779, cousin)
  (ii) Sarah Sherbrooke (d 03.03.1789)
  m. William Coape of Arnold & Farnah (d 28.06.1791)
  (a) William Coape, later Sherbrooke of Oxton, Sheriff of Nottinghamshire (dsp 17.11.1831)
  m. (05.04.1785) Anne Foxcroft (d 15.10.1847, dau/heir of John Foxcroft of Nottinghamshire by dau/heir of Thomas Langford of Basford)
  (b) Sir John Coape, Lt. Governor of Nova Scota (dsp 14.02.1830, General, 3rd son)
  m. (1811) Katherina Pyndar (d 15.05.1856, dau/coheir of Rev. Reginald Pyndar of Madresfield)
  (c) Sarah Coape (d 02.02.1834)
  m. Samuel Hamer Oates of Chapel Allerton
  (d)+ other issue (d unm) - Henry (d 15.03.1849, Colonel), Elizabeth
(iii) Elizabeth Sherbrooke
  m. (08.11.1740) Samuel Lowe of Southwell (d 08.1765) @@ below
  (3) Mary Sherbrooke
  m. Clement Andrews of Oxton
  (4) Anne Sherbrooke
  m. Edward Taylor of London
  (5) Margaret Sherbrooke
  m. (c11.1668) Thomas Porter of Bingham
  (6) Rebecca Sherbrooke
  m. (c12.1671) John Walker of Eperstone
  (7)+ other issue -- Henry, William, Richard, John, Elizabeth, Catherine
  b. Margaret Sherbrooke
  m. John Grundy of Bleseby
  c. Elizabeth Sherbrooke
  m. Richard Dobson of Ragnell
  ii. Catherine Sherbrooke probably of this generation
  m. Henry Heron

 

 

(1) The following should be viewed as provisional pending comparison against a source which has focused more specifically on the following family.
(2) BLG1886 (Sherbrooke of Oxton) reports that the following Samuel Lowe "derived his descent from the ancient Cheshire stock through a branch which had migrated into Lancashire, and who had purchased an estate at Southwell, about the beginning of the last century".
Samuel Lowe of Southwell, Nottinghamshire
m1. _ Clay (dau of Edward Clay of Southwell)
1. Bridget Lowe (d 1735)
  m. Edward Becher of Southwell (b 1676, d 1750)
m2. ??
m3. Bridget Lee (dau of Edward Lee)
2. Samuel Lowe of Southwell (d 08.1765, only son)
  m. (08.11.1740) Elizabeth Sherbrooke (dau of Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton) @@ above
  A. Sherbrooke Lowe of Southwell, Sheriff of Nottinghamshire (d 03.12.1764)
  m. (08.05.1764) Bridget Becher (dau of Richard Turner Becher of Southwell)
  B. Lee Lowe (d unm)
  C. Robert Lowe of Southwell, Sheriff of Nottinghamshire (bpt 31.05.1746, d 28.07.1822)
  m. (29.10.1770) Anne Beecher (dau of Richard Turner Beecher)
  i. Robert Lowe (b 1779-80, d 23.01.1845, rector of Bingham, prebendary of Southwell) had issue
  m. (07.1805) Ellen Pyndar (b c1783, d 15.11.1852, dau/coheir of Rev. Reginald Pyndar of Madresfield)
  Their eldest son inherited Oxton Hall and assumed the name Sherbrooke. Their 2nd son became Chancellor of the Exchequer then Home Secretary and was created Viscount Sherbrooke.
  ii. other issue
  D. Elizabeth Lowe (eldest dau)
  m. Richard Turner Becher of Southwell
  E. Henrietta Margaret Lowe
  m1. _ Bugg
  m2. Michael Becher

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section (uploaded 25.10.08) : BLG1952 (Sherbrooke of Oxton) with some support/input from Visitation (Nottinghamshire, 1662, Sherbroke of Oxton)
(2) For lower section (uploaded 31.12.09) : BLG1952&1886 (Sherbrooke of Oxton), BIFR1976 (Becher)
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