'Wake2'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Wake of Courteenhall, Wake of Piddington

                               
Richard Wake of Hartwell, Northamptonshire
m1. Dorothy Dive (dau of Sir John Dive of Bromham)
BP1934 is not clear which wife was mother of Richard's children but the Blisworth talk notes mention that Dorothy "had 18 children" whilst the Archbishop's work, which names quite a number of them, clearly shows her as mother of ...
1. John Wake of Piddington & Salcey Forest 'of Clyffeden' (b 1519, d 1572)
  m. Elizabeth Gorges (dau of Sir Edward Gorges)
A. John Wake (d 1621)
  m. Margaret Goodwin (dau of Robert Goodwin of Portbury)
  i. Sir Baldwin Wake of Piddington & Clevedon, 1st Bart (b 1574, d 1627)
  m1. (11.11.1600) Abigail (or Elizabeth) Digby (dau of Sir George Digby of Coleshill by Abigail Heveningham)
  Given the difference in the amount of information provided about Sir Baldwin's 2 wives, it is presumed that Abigail was mother of his children.
  a. Sir John Wake of Piddington, 2nd Bart (d c1663, Colonel)
  m1. Bridget Sandys (dau/coheir of Henry Sandys of Plumpton)
  (1) Sir William Wake of Piddington, 3rd Bart (d 01.1697-8)
  m. Diana Drury (d 25.01.1674, dau of Sir Drue Drury, Bart, by Susan, dau of Sir Samuel Jones of Waltham, Nazing & Courteenhall)
(A) Sir John Wake, 4th Bart (b 1600, dsp 1714)
  (B) Sir Baldwin Wake, 5th Bart (d 1748, 3rd son)
  m1. (10.07.1686) Anne Derham (dau of Elizabeth Read alias Derham)
  m2. (24.06.1697) Mary Hart (d by 06.1717, dau of _ Hart of Burford)
  (i) Baldwin Wake (dvp 14.03.1734-5)
  m. Mary Lane (dau of Edward Lane of Hanslope)
  (a) Sir Charles Wake, later Wake-Jones of Courteenhall, Waltham & Nazing, 6th Bart, Sheriff of Northamptonshire (dsp 01.1775)
  m. (16.06.1753) Mary Jackson (sister of Samuel Jackson)
  (ii) Charles Wake, later Wake-Jones of Courteenhall, etc. (dsp 22.03.1739)
  m. Elizabeth Sambrooke (dau of Sir Samuel Sambrooke, Bart)
  (iii) Diana Wake
  m. Rev. _ Tinsley
  (iv) Mary Wake
m. Henry Jones
  (C) Robert Wake (Dean of Bocking)
  m. Elizabeth Greenfield (dau of William Greenfield of Marlborough)
  (i) Sir William Wake of Courteenhall, etc., 7th Bart, Sheriff of Northamptonshire (b 1742, d 09.1765, MP)
m. (19.04.1738) Sarah Walker (dau of _ Walker of Weston)
  (a) Sir William Wake of Courteenhall, 8th Bart (b 1742, d 29.10.1785)
  m. (06.1765) Mary Fenton (d 10.12.1823, dau of Richard Fenton of Bank Top)
  ((1)) Sir William Wake of Courteenhall, 9th Bart (b 05.04.1768, d 28.01.1846)
  m1. (01.07.1790) Mary Sitwell (d 22.11.1791, dau of Francis Sitwell of Renishaw)
  ((A)) Sir Charles Wake, 10th Bart (b 21.11.1791, d 23.02.1834) had issue
  m1. (21.08.1815) Mary Alice Sitwell (dsp 03.02.1816, dau of Sir Sitwell Sitwell, 1st Bart of Renishaw)
  m2. (01.06.1822) Charlotte Tait (d 31.03.1888, dau of Crauford Tait of Harviestoun & Castle Campbell)
  m2. (22.04.1793) Jenny Gambier (d 07.05.1837, dau of Vice Admiral James Gambier)
  ((B)) Jane Sophia Wake (b c1802, d 02.07.1892)
  m. Charles Dunkin Wake (cousin)
((C)) Cecilia Wake (m 30.07.1835)
  m. (30.07.1835) Henry Newcome of London
  ((D))+ other issue - John William (b 19.04.1801, unm 1829), Emily Georgiana (s 11.01.1897), Charlotte Jane (d unm 27.01.1883)
  ((2)) Richard Wake (b 16.07.1775, d before 1865, rector of Courteenhall) had issue
  m1. (17.11.1798) Jane Dunkin (d 08.06.1823, dau of Sir William Dunkin)
  m2. (07.04.1836) Harriet Grattan (dsp 02.01.1865, dau of Rt. Hon. Henry Grattan)
  ((3)) Marianne Wake
  m. Roger Elliot Roberts (Colonel)
  ((4)) Charlotte Wake (d 28.02.1853)
  (b) Charles Wake
  (c) Drury Wake (d 07.1787)
  m. Frances Pratt
  ((1)) Baldwin Wake (b 03.08.1774, d 03.03.1842) had issue
  m. Sarah Spedding (d 07.04.1856, dau of James Spedding)
  ((2)) Charles Wake (d 01.1852) had issue
  m. Anne Spedding (dau of James Spedding of Summergrove)
  ((3)) Frances Wake (d 1812)
  m. John Walker (d 1822)
  (d) Baldwin Wake (dsp 14.06.1815, rector of Riddlesworth)
  m. Anne Schuyler (dau of Gerneral _ Schuyler)
  (e) Mary Wake
  m. _ Clarke of Brome
  (D) Samuel Wake, later Wake-Jones of Waltham Holy Cross, Mazeing and Courteenhall
  (E)+ other issue - William (d unm), Isaac
  (2) George Wake (dsp, chancellor of Peterborough)
  m2. Anne Brokesby (bur 17.01.1641-1, dau of George Brokesby of Frithley)
  (3) son (d unm)
  b. Abigail Wake
  m. William Pitt
  c.+ other issue - George, William
  m2. Elizabeth (a 01.1627/8)
  B. William Wake
  i. William Wake of Westminster
  William is the first mentioned by Visitation (Dorset, 1677, Wake) which supports the following. BP1934 reports the next generation also, thereby confirming the connection.
  m. Margaret Hooper of Dorset
  a. William Wake of Wareham, Dorset (bur 08.05.1661)
m. Magdalene Winslow (d 25.05.1693, dau of Edward Winslow of Worcestershire)
  (1) William Wake of Blandford then Shapwick, Dorset (b c1627, d 29.05.1705)
  m. Amy or Emma Cutler (b 1639-40, d 16.05.1671, dau of Edward Cutler of Stower Payne)
(A) William Wake, Archbishop of Canterbury (b 26.01.1657, d 24.01.1737)
  The following comes from 'Stemmata Chicheleana' (1765, vol I, #167 & #266).
  m. (01.10.1688) Etheldreda Hovell (b 06.1669, dau of Sir William Hovell of Hillington)
  (i) Etheldreda Wake
  m. (1713) Thomas Bennet of Norton Bavant
  (ii) Amy Wake
  m. Henry Seymer of Handford (d 1745)
(iii) Mary Wake
  m. John Lynch (Dean of Canterbury)
  (B)+ other issue - Edward (b 21.09.1662, d infant), Edward (b 07.12.1670), Magdalen (b 24.02.1655/6)
  (2)+ other issue - Edward of Charlton (Dorset), Charles, Magdalen
  C. Arthur Wake (d 1596, canon of Christ Church, Oxford, 4th son)
  i. Sir Isaac Wake (b 1575, Ambassador)
  D. Magdalene Wake mentioned in the Blisworth talk notes
  m. Richard Ousley of Courteenhall
  E. other issue - Robert, Jane, Lucretia, Isabel, Mary
2.+ other issue - William, Richard, Thomas, Robert, Francis, "Several daughters" total of 17 other children?
m2. Margaret Grey (dau of Thomas Grey, Marquess of Dorset)

Main source(s):
(1) BP1934 (Wake) with input/support from TCB (vol 1, Wake of Clevedon) and as reported above
(2) Notes on a talk on "The Wakes of Blisworth" by Sir Hereward Wake on 20.03.03 (reported here) with a little support from 'Memorial of the Family of Wake' ('A brief enquiry into the Antiquity, Honour and Estate of the Name and Family of Wake') by William Wake, Archbishop of Canterbury (edited/published 1833 by Etheldred Benett), with thanks to a site visitor (DR, 30.05.13) for drawing our attention to these sources
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