'Treby1'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Treby of Holbeton, Treby of Plympton

BLG1863 reports that "This family came originally from Cornwall and settles in Plympton St. Maurice, co. Devon, about 1500."
Peter Treby ("who removed from the former shire")
m. _ Perrot of Devon
1. Henry Treby of Holberton, Devon
  m. Philippa Woollcombe (dau of William Woollcombe of Pilton)
  A. Peter Treby of Plympton & Holbeton (d 1664)
  m. (1642) Joan Snellings (d 1658, dau of John Snelling(s) of Chaddlewood)
  i. Sir George Treby, Lord Chief Justice (bpt 01.01.1643/4, d 13.12.1700, MP, Attorney General)
  BLG1863 mentions only George's 1st wife, Dorothea Westcott, identifying her as mother of George. That is not supported by HoP ("Sir George Treby") which identifies his wives as below.
m1. (c11.1675, sp) Anna Grosvenor (dau of Edward Grosvenor of Blackfriars, widow of Thomas Blount of Charleton)
  m2. (12.04.1681, sp) Rachel Standish (dau of James Standish of Hatton Garden)
  m3. (c12.1684) Dorothy Grainge (dau of Ralph Grainge of the Inner Temple)
  a. George Treby of Plympton, Secretary-at-War (b 1684, d 08.03.1742, MP)
  m. Charity Hele (dau/coheir of Roger Hele of Holwell)
(1) George Treby of Plympton (b 1726, dsp 05.11.1761, MP)
  (2) George Hele Treby (b c1727, d unm 11-12.05.1763, Lt. Colonel, MP)
  (3) Charity Treby (b 1727, d 17.10.1805)
  m. (26.08.1749) Paul Henry Ourry of Plympton Erle (b 03.10.1719, d 31.01.1783)
  Their surviving son inherited Plympton and changed his family name to Treby.
  (4) Dorothea Juliana Treby
  m. (1747) Edward Drewe
  (5) Anne Treby
  m. (1754) Benjamin Hayes
  (A) Treby Hele Hayes of Delamore
  (i) Anne Frances Hays probably of this generation
  m. (12.04.1831) William Mackworth-Praed of Bitton Court (b 1797, d 1857)
  b. daughter
  m4. (c01.1693) Mary Brinley of London
  c. son
  ii. James Treby
  a. George Treby (b c1685, a 1727, Captain, MP)
  iii.+ other issue

Main source(s): BLG1863 (vol 2, 'Treby of Goodamoor and Plympton House') with a llttle input/support from HoP (various)
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