'Wheate1'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Wheate of Coventry, Wheate of Glympton, Wheat of Norwood, Wheat of Sheffield

                               
Visitation starts with 3 brothers who we show as sons of ...
?? Wheate
1. William Wheate
  A. Richard Wheate
  i. William Wheate
a. Henry or Thomas Wheate of Walsall, Staffordshire
  This is the first generation given by Visitation (Oxfordshire, 1634, 'Wheate of Glympton'), which supports the next few generations, and also Betham & BEB1841. The Visitations name him (the father of William) Henry but Betham & BEB1841 both name him Thomas.
  (1) William Wheate of Coventry, Warwickshire
m. Anna Quiney (dau of Adrian (probably not Abraham) Quiney of Straford-on-Avon, relict of Richard Bailey of Lichfield)
  (A) William Wheate of Coventry, later of Glympton in Oxfordshire (b c1594, a 1634)
  m. Elizabeth Stone (dau of Thomas Stone of London)
  (i) Thomas Wheate of Glympton (b after 1634?)
  m. (1658) Frances Jenkinson (d 13.12.1706, dau of Sir Robert Jenkinson of Walcot)
  (a) Sir Thomas Wheate of Glympton, Sheriff of Oxfordshire, 1st Bart (d 25.08.1721, MP)
  m. Anne Sawbridge (d 13.01/6.1719, dau/coheir of George Sawbridge of London)
  ((1)) Sir Thomas Wheate, 2nd Bart (b c1695, dsp 05.1746, MP, 2nd son)
  m. (by 1724) Mary Gould (d 1765, dau/coheir of Thomas Gould of Oak End)
((2)) Sir George Wheate, 3rd Bart (b c1700, d 04.06.1752, recorder of Banbury)
  m. (05.1742) Avice Ackworth (d by 1803, dau of Sir Jacob Ackworth (surveyor of the Navy))
  ((A)) Sir George Wheate, 4th Bart (d unm 26.01.1766)
  ((B)) Sir Jacob Wheate, 5th Bart (dsp 02.1783, Commander RN)
  m. (12.1782) Maria Shaw (d 18.03.1856, dau of David Shaw of New York, m2. Admiral Sir Alexander Cochrane (brother of the Earl of Dundonald))
  ((C)) Sir John Thomas Wheate, 6th Bart (b 15.09.1750, d unm 14.07.1816, vicar of Lechlade)
((D)) Esther Henrietta Wheate
  ((E)) Anne Wheate (a 1784)
  m. Benjamin Barnet of London
  ((3)) Frances Wheate (d 11.1730)
  m. Sir Francis Page (d 1730, judge)
  ((4))+ other issue - William (d young), Anna Wheate
  (ii) Anne Wheate (a 1634)
  m. Charles Thorold of Harmston
  (iii)+ other issue (a 1634, d infant) - William, Elizabeth
  (2) Edmond Wheate of Coventry (3rd son)
  m. Isabella Gareway
  (A) Anna Wheate
  m. William Seaney
  (B) Alice Wheate
  m. John Armson
  (C) Susanna Wheate
  m. Richard Murdack
  (D) Martha Wheate
  m. Henry Cruchloe
  (E) Maria Wheate
  m. _ Kempe
  (F)+ other issue - Joseph, Benjamin, Jeremy, Samuel, Prudence
  (3) Isabella Wheate
  m. William Chidlowe
  (A) Judith Chidlowe
  m. William Mortone
  (B) Sara Chidlowe
  m. John Stone
  (C)+ other issue - Anna, Elizabeth
  (4) Anna Wheate
  m. Thomas Dighton
  (A) Martha Dighton
  m. _ Foote
  (B) Anna Dighton
  m. _ Barnabee
  (C)+ other issue - Jobe, John, Thomas, Sarah
  (5)+ other issue - Thomas, John, Thomazin
  B. Thomas Wheate
2.+ other issue - Nicholas, Oliver

 

 

?? Wheat
1. Thomas Wheat of Retford
  m. (13.06.1727) Anne Cockshutt (sister of John Cockshutt of Huthwaite)
  A. James Wheat of Sheffield & Norwood Hall (d 01.1805)
  m. Sarah Milnes (dau/heir of John Milnes of Newark)
  i. James Wheat of Sheffield & Norwood (d 1855)
  ii. John Wheat of Sheffield (2nd son)
  m. (after 1827) _ Williamson
  iii. Charles Coney Wheat (cleric, 5th son)
  m. (01.05.1829) Louisa Whichcote (dau of Sir Thomas Whichcote, Bart)
  iv. Sarah Wheat
  m. (09.1808) Godfrey Sykes
  v. Fanny Wheat
  m. (1814) Skinner Wells of London
  vi.+ other issue - Clifton, Henry, Mary, Eliza
2. ?? Wheatley "believed to be brother to Thomas Wheat of Retford" (mentioned on FMG p487)
  m. ?? Winteringham (possibly sister of Sir Clifton Winteringham, Bart)
  A. Clifton Wheat of Stanmore
  m. (1787) _ Newton of Hammersmith

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section : Visitation (Warwickshire, 1619, 'Wheate'), BEB1841 ('Wheate of Glympton'), Betham ('Baronetage of England', vol 3 (1803)'Wheate of Glympton') with support from TCB (vol 4, 'Wheate of Glympton', p166+)
(2) For lower section : FMG (vol 2, MS186-7, 'Buck', p429+)
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