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Families covered: Smith of Bulkhayn, Smith of Kilburn, Smith of Shute, Smith of Withcock (Withcote), Smith of Woodhaine

Ambrose Smith of London, later of Withcock (Withcote) (d c21.06.1584)
m. Joane Coo (d 30.04.1601, dau of John Coo of Coggeshall (Cooe of Coxall))
1. Henry Smith of Withcock (Withcote) (a 1605) had issue
  m. ?? Skipwith (dau of Henry Skipwith of Cotes in Prestwold, sister of William of Cotes (not Mayor of London))
  A. Elizabeth Smith possibly of this generation
  m. Richard Green of Wykin (d c1656)
  B. Dorothea Smith possibly of this generation
  m. Thomas Brudnell of Stanton Wivell (a 1619)
2. Francis Smith of London (d before 13.11.1600)
  m. Elizabeth Taylor (dau/heir of John Taylor of London, m2. Sir Thomas Freake of Cerne)
  A. Francis Smith of Woodhaine in Shute, Devon (b 07.09.1586, a 1630)
  m. (05.11.1633) Faith Hore (a 1681, m2. _ Read?)
  i. Francis Smith of Woodhaine (bpt 1634, bur 1678)
  m. Joyce Veryard (bur 11.03.1718, dau of Henry Veryard of Bramcombe)
  a. Henry Smith of Bulkhayn, Shute (bpt 1654, d before 08.05.1712)
  m. Elizabeth (a 1711)
  (1) Francis Smith of Bulkhayn & Smiterspit (bpt 1691, d before 1784)
  m. (13.11.1716) Eleanor (bpt 25.11.1695, bur 24.10.1784, dau of Thomas Robertson or Robinson of Shute)
  (A) Thomas Smith (b 23.08.1719, d beford 16.10.1767)
  m. Agnes (a 01.1768)
  (B) Francis Smith of Shute (b 17.08.1723, d before 11.05.1757)
  m. (10.11.1746) Eleanor Clapp of Farrington
  (C) Samuel Smith of Kilburn, Middlesex (b 24.04.1742, d 05.10.18198, youngest son?)
  m. (1764) Sarah Neals (b 08.04.1739, d 1821)
  (i) Samuel Smith of Cricklewood in Willesden, Middlesex (b 08.09.1774, d 16.05.1866, surgeon) had issue
  m. (27.01.1803) Grace Callender Anderson (b 29.09.1784, d 11.05.1812, dau/heir of Lt. Colonel Robert Anderson)
  (ii) Sarah Smith (b 1767, d 1848?)
  m. Frederick William Petersdorff of Tottenham
  (iii) Elizabeth Smith (b 1769, d 1855)
  m. (06.09.1793) George Scott of Shepherd's Bush
  (iv) Ann Smith (b 25.05.1777, d 20.04.1831)
  m. (17.08.1802) Richard Neale of Bristol (b 15.12.1760, d 24.06.1817)
  (v)+ other issue - Samuel (b 1772, d 1773), Sally (b 1765?, d 1767), Eleanor (b 1770, d unm 03.1856). Dinah of Kilborun (b 18.11.1779, d unm 24.01.1855)
  (D) Eleanor Smith (bpt 03.12.1721, a 1802)
  m. Edward Holwell of Sidbury
  (E) Sarah Smith (b 30.01.1737)
  m. Daniel Hart
  (F)+ other issue - Henry (b 09.05.1727, bur 26.10.1751), Stephen of Kilburn (b 14.03.1731-2, bur 17.01.1815), Carolus, Joel (b 1734), Joyce (b 12.01.1717-8), Dinah (b 27.09.1725, d 27.09.1746), Elizabeth
  (2) Henry Smith of Umbourn, Shute (bpt 1680, d before 03.07.1761) had issue
  m. Mary
  (3) Stephen Smith of Shute (bpt 20.08.1672, d by 1752) had issue
  m. Mary
  (4) Elizabeth Smith
  m. William Reed
  (5)+ other issue - Joyce (a 1712),Joan (bpt 09.03.1685)
  b. Francis Smith of Whitford, Shute (bpt 11.11.1668, d before 04.11.1714) had issue
  m. Mary
  c. James Smith of Shute (bpt 20.08.1672, d by 1752) had issue
  m. Mary
  d.+ other issue - William (b 12.12.1655), daughters
  ii.+ other issue - Richard (bpt 02.04.1637), Mary (bpt 10.03.1636), Elizabeth (bpt 30.04.1639)
3. Sir William Smith of London (d before 17.07.1620)
m. Elizabeth Skinner (a 1601, dau of Thomas Skinner, Mayor of London)
  A.+ issue - Ambrose, William, George, Thomas, John, Elizabeth, Joane
4. Isabel or Sibell Smith (a 1619)
  m1. _ Lewis or Lowes
  m2. _ Maynard of Hertfordshire & Northampton
5. Elizabeth Smith (a 1619)
  m. Martin Calthrop of Antingham
6. Margaret Smith
  m. Sir Thomas Wilkes (Clerk of the Council for Queen Elizabeth)
7. Dorothy Smith
  m1. Benedict Barnham (b c1558, d 03.04.1598, Alderman of London)
  m2. (11.1598) Sir John Pakington of Westwood (d 01.1625)
  m3. Robert Needham, Viscount Kilmorey (d 1631)
  m4. Thomas Erskine, Earl of Kelly (d 1639)
8. Anna Smith

Main source(s): 'Suffolk Manorial Families' (Joseph James Muskett, 'Edited with extensive additions', vol 1, 1900, 'Smith of Kilburn', p249+) with a little input/support from Visitation (Leicestershire, 1619, 'Smith al's Harris')
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