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This section first uploaded 13.01.06.
Crispin (Crispinus), Baron of Bec
m. Heloise de Guynes and Boulogne
1. Gilbert Crispin, Baron of Bec, Castellan of Tillieres§T§ 
  This is the Gilbert Crispin who is frequently confused with Gilbert, Count of Brionne/Brienne.
  m. Gunnora or Gounor (sister of Fulk d'Aunou)§T§
  A. Gilbert Crispin, Baron of Bec (a 1066) probably father of ...
  i. Gilbert, Sn de Tillieres ancestor of later Seigneurs de Tillieres
  m. Eleanore de Vitre (who m2. William FitzPatrick, 1st Earl of Salisbury)
  B. William Crispin, Baron of Bec (a 1082, d before 1085?)
  m. (before 1077) Eva (dau of Simon de Montfort l'Aumary)
  i. William Crispin
ii. Gilbert Crispin, Abbot of Westminster
  C. Milo Crispin of Wallingford Castle (a 1085)
  m. Maud (dau of Robert d'Oiley)
  D. Robert Crispin (dsp)
  E. Emma Crispin
  m. Pierre de Conde
  F. Elise or Helisia Crispin
  The main source for this page identifies Helisia's husband as Robert Malet but, pending further investigation, we provisionally show him as ...
  m. William Maletancestral lines o/s
2. Rollo FitzCrispin
  A. Goisfrid or Geoffrey or Godfrey de Bec or Morescal
  Godfrey is sometimes identified as ancestor of the Fitzwilliam family but TCP (Fitzwilliam) provides a different ancestry for that family.
  B. Toustain FitzRou (standard bearer at Hastings)
3.+ 3 sons (including Milo)



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John Harmer or Harmar of Sheffield (cleric)
m1. Hannah Hall (dau/heir of Nathaniel Hall of Sheffield, m1. Joseph Hawksworth of Sheffield)
1. daughter
  m. Joshua Hawksley of Sheffield
m2. ?? Parker (dau of William Parker of Sheffield)



This section first uploaded 17.04.19.
BHO (''A Topographical Dictionary of England' (1848, 'Clennell') reports that a Thomas Clennell possessed the seat & manor of Clennell in the time of King Edward I.
Percival Clenhill of Clenhill (Clennell of Clennell), Northumberland
m. Isabel Selby (dau of Christopher Selby of Biddlesden)
1. Robert Clenhell of Clenhell (Clennell of Clennell)
  m1. Anne Selby (dau of Thomas Selby of Biddlesden)
  A. George Clenhell (b c1595, a 1615)
  m. Anne Pott (dau of Mark Pott of Morton)
  We speculate that, descended from George & Anne, was the undermentioned Luke who is mentioned by BHO (ref as above).
  i. ?? Clennell
  Uncertain on number of intervening generations
  a. ?? Clennell
  (1) Luke Clenhell of Clennell & Harbottle Castle, Sheriff of Northumberland (a 1727)
BHO (ref as above) mentions this Luke and then reports that the property (of Clennell) passed into the Wilkinson family by marriage. We presume that Luke was father of the following Thomas, father of the heiress. That Luke was of Hardbottle Castle as well as Clennell is indicated by BLG1952 ('Fenwicke-Clennell of Hardbottle') which also mentions Percival as great-uncle of Thomas Fenwick (later Fenwicke-Clennell of Harbottle Castle), eldest son of the Thomas shown below as Sarah's daughter.
  (A) Thomas Clennell of Clennell
  (i) Philadelphia Clennell
  m. William Wilkinson, Sheriff of Northumberland (d 1768)
  (B) Percival Clennell of Harbottle Castle
  (C) Sarah Clennell
m. Christopher Dawson of Newcastle
  (i) Anne Dawson
  m. Thomas Fenwicke of Earsdon
  B. Isabell Clenhell
  m. Percival Gallon
  C. Jane Clenhell
  m2. Isabell Hall (dau of William Hall of Heppell)
  D. Isabell Clenhell (2nd of the name)
  m. John Errington of Bingfield
  E. Anne Clenhell
2.+ other issue - John, Michael, Andrew

Main source(s):
(1) For Crispin of Bec : The article on William Crispin in 'The Conqueror and His Companions', by J.R. Planche, Somerset Herald (1874) as reported in http://genealogy.patp.us.
(2) For Harmer : FMG (vol 2, MS300, 'Hall', p736)
(3) For Clennell: Visitation (George Marshall (1878), Northumberland, 1615, 'Clenhill')
[The section on Bradshaw has been mobed to Bradshaw03.]
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