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Families covered: Weedowes (Wyddowes or Woodhouse) of Brandon, Wraxall of Bristol, Wraxall of Mayse Hill, Wraxall of Wraxall

                               
Raif Wyddowes of Brandon, near Cornforth (bur 20.01.1584-5)
m. Wnefryde (bur 13.11.1587) possibly wife of Raif & mother of ..
1. Anthony Wyddowes (bur 24.04.1604)
A. Raif Widdowes (d before 05.1630)
  m. (03.12.1588) Janet Myddelton (bur 06.05.1630)
  i. William Wyddowes or Woodhouse of Brandon House (bpt 10.09.1592)
  m. (23.04.1616) Agnis (Banks?)
  a. William Weedowes or Woodhouse of Brandon near Cornforth (bpt 25.01.1623-4)
  m. (15.05.1679) Dorothy Hutchinson (d 10.12.1710, dau of Thomas Hutchinson)
  (1) John Woodhouse of Brandon
  (2) Margaret Woodhouse (bpt 08.05.1688)
  m. (13.12.1713) Robert Lynn of Mainsforth
  b. Ann Woodhouse
  m. W. Hutchinson

 

 

Nathaniel Wraxall of Mayse Hill (near Bristol), Sheriff of Somerset (b 1687, d 24.03.1731)
m. (1708) Anne Goddard (d 1764, dau of John Goddard of Cork)
1. Nathaniel Wraxall of Mayse Hill & Bristol (b 1725, d 1781)
  m. (1749) Anne Thornhill (d 1800, dau of William Thornhill of Bristol & great-niece of Sir James Thornhill)
  A. Sir Nathaniel William Wraxall of Wraxall (Somerset), 1st Bart (d 07.11.1831)
  m. (30.03.1789) Jane Lascelles (d 09.08.1839, dau of Peter Lascelels of Knights House)
  i. Sir William Wraxall of Wraxall, 2nd Bart (b 05.09.1791, d unm 02.05.1863)
  ii. Charles Edward Wraxall (b 09.08.1792, d 1849) had issue
  m. (1827) Ellen Cecilia Madden (d 11.1840, dau of John Madden of Richmond)
  B. Catherine Wraxall
  C. Rebecca Wraxall (d 1786)
  m. James Robertson (Captain)
2. Sarah Wraxall (d 1747)
  m. Joseph Eiles of Mayse Hill
3. Elizabeth Wraxall (d 1784)
  m. Thomas Deane
4. Mary Anne Wraxall (d 1794)
  m. William Jenkins of Shepton Mallet
5. Martha Wraxall (d unm)

Main source(s):
(1) For Wyddoes (Woodhouse) (uploaded 18.05.21) : 'Genealogy of the Descendants of the Pritchards' (Rev. Thomas Gregory Smart, 1868, p93+)
(2) For Wraxall (uploaded 17.09.21) : BP1934 ('Wraxall')
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