'WZmisc06'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Wymarke of (North) Luffenham, Wellbeloved in Surrey, Werge of Horton Castle, Wolff (Bart), Warner of Ardeer, Wodrow of Eaglesham

William Wymarke of Glaston, Rutland (d 1456)
1. John Wymarke (d 1487, parson of Bonington)
2. Richard Wymarke
  A. Raffe Wymarke
  i. John Wymarke
  a. Richard Wymarke of North Luffenham (a 1483)
(1) Raffe Wymarke of North Luffenham
  m. Jane Bewffo (dau/heir of Raffe Bewffo of Seaton son of Raff son of William son of William son of Raffe of Seaton)
  (A) John Wymarke of Luffenham
  m. _ Digby
  (i) Edward Wymarke of Luffenham
m. Margaret Dudley (dau of William Dudley of Clopton, m2. Mark Broughton of Seaton)
  (a) Edward Wymarke of Luffenham (dsp 30.09.1634)
  (b) Frances Wymarke
  m. John Green of Market Overton
  (ii) Rowland Wymarke
  (a) Mary Wymarke
  m. Thomas Brudnell of Glaston
  (iii) Christopher Wymarke
  (iv) Jane Wymarke
  m. John Noone of Walton
  (v) Anne Wymarke
  m. _ Corbett of Stretton



John Wellbeloved of Cobham, Surrey
m. Mary
1. Charles Wellbeloved (of Mortlake, Surrey) (b 03.02.1713, d 04.06.1782)
  m1. Mary Parkins (dau of John Parkins)
  A. John Wellbeloved (of London?) (b 23.07.1742)
m. Elizabeth
  i. Charles Wellbeloved of York (b 06.04.1769, minister in York)
  m. (01.07.1793) Anne Kinder (d 31.01.1823, dau of John Kinder of Stoke Newington)
  The following is supported by FMG (vol 1, MS83, 'Kinder', p182+).
  a. Charles Wellbeloved of Leeds (b 13.06.1794) had issue
  m. (04.09.1834) Mary Read (dau of Thomas Read of Scarborough)
  b. Robert Wellbeloved of York, later Scott of Stourbridge & Great Barr (b 15.07.1803, 4th son) had issue
  m. (13/17.02.1830) Sarah Scott (dau/heir of John Scott of Stourbridge & Great Barr)
  c. Laetitia Wellbeloved
  m. (13.08.1821) Rev. John Kenrick (professor)
  d. Harriet Wellbeloved (d 25.03.1867)
  m. (16.07.1827) Rev. John Reynell Wreford (son of Mary Reynell)
  e. Emma Wellbeloved (dsp)
  m. (27.12.1831) James Carter (judge in New Brunswick)
  f.+ other issue - John (b c1798, d unm 08.10.1819), Henry (d 29.04.1800), Anne (d unm), Eliza (d 20.04.1799)
  m2/3/4. ??



Commoners reports that "Descended from a family of the same name in Sussex" was ...
Richard Werge (d 1685, rector of Nailston (Leicestershire) then Gateshead, co. Durham)
1. John Werge (vicar of Kirknewton, Northumberland)
  m. Elizabeth Wood of Fallowden
A. Richard Werge (vicar of Hartburn) "whose line is now extinct"
  B. Edwards Werge (d unm)
  C. Thomas Werge of Horton Castle, Northumberland (d 1764)
  m. Elizabeth Wilson of Milfield
  i. Thomas Werge of Belford, Jamaica (dsp)
  ii. John Werge of Horton Castle (d 1786)
  m. Margaret Younghusband (sister of Thomas Younghusband of Marden)
  a. Oswald Werge (d 09.1831, Lt. Colonel, 2nd son) had issue
  m. Ellen Dean (dau of Rev. Robert Dean of Bolton-le-Moors)
  b. John Werge (d Sebastian, Major) had issue
  m. Elizabeth Ellison (dau of Rev. Nathaniel Ellison of Newcastle-upon-Tyne)
  c. Edwards Werge of Hexgrave Park, Nottinghamshire had issue
m. (06.06.1811) Elizabeth Reynolds (d 06.04.1823, dau/heir of John Reynolds of Bilsthorpe)
  d. Margaret Werge
  m. Francis Peacock of Wallsend
  e. Anne Werge
  m. Henry Howey
  f.+ other issue - Thomas, Richard, Elizabeth (d unm)
  iii. Elizabeth Werge
  m. George Reed of Hoppen
  D. Elizabeth Werge
  m. _ Selby of Elwick



BEB1841 starts with "Godfrey Wolff, of Moscow" who is described by TCB as ...
Charles Godfrey Wolff of Narva in Livonia (b c1700m d 1783)
m. Anne Elizabeh Von Itter (dau of Peter Von Itter ("Inspector of the farms of the King of Prussia")
1. Godfrey Wolff (Baron of the Holy Roman Empire)
2. Sir Jacob Wolff of Townhill or Cams Hall (Southamptonshire), 1st Bart (b 27.01.1739-40, d 10.01.1809, Baron of the Holy Roman Empire)
  m. (11.12.1766) Anne Weston (d 13.03.1815, dau of Edward Weston of Somerby Hall (Secretary of State for Ireland, son of Stephen, Bishop of Exeter) by Anne, dau of John Fountayne of Melton)
  A. Sir James William Weston Wolff, 2nd Bart (b 24.11.1778, dsp 03.02.1837)
  m. (04.01.1800) Frances Adkins (dau of Joseph Adkins of Lincolnshire)
  B. Lucy Wolff
  m1. _ Parslow (Major)
  m2. _ Ditcher (Major)



John Warner in Irvine (a 1656)
1. Thomas Warner or Vernor (d 10.09.1716, minister of Balmaelelan in Galloway)
2. Patrick Warner of Ardeer (d 1722, minister of Fort St. George then Irvine)
  m. (1691) Mary Guthrie (dau of Rev. William Guthrie of Fenwick, son/heir of the laird of Pitforthy)
  A. William Warner of Ardeer (d before 1764)
  m1. (c1710) Janet Hamilton (dau of Alexander Hamilton of Grange)
  i. Patrick Warner of Ardeer (b c1712, d 1793)
  m. Helen Russell d 1810, (dau of _ Russell (shipmaster in Saltcoats))
  a. Patrick Warner of Ardeer (d 27.09.1824, RN) had issue
  m. (21.10.1816) Catherine Johnston (d 10.12.1828, dau of Quintin Johnston of Trolorg)
  b. William John Warner (d 1844, a daughter)
  m. A. Miller of Monkcastle
  c. Helen Warner (d 1839)
  m. R. Hunter of Ardrossan
  d.+ other issue - William John (d 1781), John (d 1820, surgeon), Janet (d unm 1800), Agnes
  ii.+ other issue - John (b 28.08.1713, d 1786, minister of Kilbarchan), William (b 13.02.1717, d in India)
  m2. (sp) Mary Mowat (widow of James Rae of Walstone)
  B. Margaret Warner
  m1. Ebenezer Veitch (d 1706, minister in Edinburgh then Ayr)
  m2. Rev. Robert Wodrow (church historian) @@ below
  C.+ other issue (d young) - 2 sons + 2 daughters



Patrick Wodrow (vicar of Eggleshame)
1. John Wodrow of Eagleshame & Mearns
  A. Robert Wodrow of Eagleshame (a 1646)
  i. James Wodrow (b 1637, d 1707, minister in Glasgow, later Professor of Divinity)
m. Margaret Hair of Kilbarchan
  a. Robert Wodrow (b 1679, d 1734, minister of Eastwood, church historian)
  m. (1709) Margaret Warner (d 1759, dau of Patrick Warner of Ardeer) @@ above
  (1) James Wodrow (minister at Stevenstoun or Saltcoats, 3rd son?)
  m. _ Hamilton (dau of Gavin Hamilton in Edinburgh)
  (A) daughter in Saltcoats (a 1829)
  (2) Margaret Wodrow
  m. _ Biggar (minister of Kirkoswald)
  (3)+ other issue - Robert (minister of Eastwood), Peter (minister at Tarbolton), Alexander (in America), John (d infant), William (d young), Mary (d unm?), Marion (d unm?), Janet (d unm?), Martha (d unm?), Kitty (d young), daughter (d infant), 5 others
  b.+ other issue
2.+ other issue

Main source(s):
(1) For Wymarke (uploaded 04.06.12) : Visitation (Rutland, 1618-9, Wymarke)
(2) For Wellbeloved (uploaded 22.06.12) : the section on 'Family of Wellbeloved' within Commoners (vol 3, Scott of Stourbridge and Great Barr)
(3) For Werge (uploaded 08.09.13) : Commoners (vol 1, Werge of Hexgrave Park, p378)
(4) For Wolff (uploaded 20.10.13) : TCB (vol 5, 'Wolff of Townhill', pp142-3), BEB1841 ('Wolff of Cams Hall')
(5) For Warner (uploaded 14.06.20) : 'History of the County of Ayr' (James Paterson, vol 2, 1852, p448+)
(6) For Wodrow (uploaded 21.06.20) : 'History of the County of Ayr' (James Paterson, vol 2, 1852, p509 (in Appendix))
[The section on Walker of Tykillen has been moved to Walker04, that on Wyvell/Wynell to Wyvill2.]
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