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This section first uploaded 04.07.07.
John Wawton of Cliff
m. Alice Thwenge (dau of John de Thwenge of Cornburgh)
1. John Wawton (a 1424)
  A. John Wawton of Cliffe (d 1479)
  m. Margaret Clesby (dau of Thomas Clesby by Elizabeth Conyers)
  i. Ivetta Wawton
  Walker shows that Ivetta married Thomas Westropp of Brettonby but, noting that there appears to have been some duplication/contradiction within his records, we follow the Witham records, supported by Visitation (Foster 1875, Yorkshire, 1584/5+1612, Westroppe of Corneburgh), which show that she married ...
  m. Thomas Witham of Bretonby
  ii. Margaret Wawton
  m1. William Tocketts of Tocketts
  Walker, who gives Margaret's dates as 1435-1525, reports that William succeeded his brother John in 1519 and dsp 1526 but shows George as her 2nd husband. The Witham records, which report that Margaret d 1479, confirm that Margaret was widow of William Tacketts (sic) when she married ...
  m2. George Witham of Cliffe
  B. Gilbert Wawton



This section first uploaded 15.06.09.
Eudes de Longvilliers of Silkstone, Yorkshire
m. Agnes de Reinville (dau of Adam de Reinville)
1. Sir Eudes de Longvilliers of Silkstone
  m. (1189) Clementine Malherbe (dau of John Malherbe of Boughton)
  A. Sir John de Longvilliers of Farnley (b 1190, d 1254)
  i. Sir John de Longvilliers of Farnley
  m. (1233) Elena Deinville (dau of Sir John Deinville)
  a. Margaret de Longvilliers (d 02.1319)
  m. (c1267) Sir Geoffrey de Neville
  ii. Agnes de Longvilliers
  m. Thomas de Pennington (d 1240)



This section first uploaded 22.07.09.
Sir Robert Holywode of Holywood & Artaine, co. Dublin (d before 12.09.1430)
BLG1886 (Dowdall of Ireland), supported by BLGI1958 (Nangle formerly of Kildalkey), identifies Sir Robert's wife as Elizabeth, dau of Christoph (Plunkett), 3rd Lord Killeen). The dates make that appear unlikely so we show her as ...
m. Elizabeth Plunkett (dau of Christopher Plunkett, 1st Lord Killeen)
1. Margaret Holywode
  m. (before 21.12.1440) Robert Burnell 'of Ballgriffin'
  A. Anne Burnell probably of this generation
  m. William Preston, 2nd Viscount Gormanston (d 21.09.1532, Lord Chief Justice of Ireland)
2. Alianore Holywode
3. Elizabeth Holywode
  m1. James Nugent, younger of Delvin (dvp 1458)
  m2. Sir Thomas Dowdall mentioned by BLG1886 (Dowdall of Ireland)



This section first uploaded 19.08.09, reviewed & amended 23.08.16.
Engelgram (a temp Henry I who r. 1100-1135)
1. Ranulph de Alfreton ('Randle, Sheriff of Nottingham') (a 1160)
  A. Sir William Alfreton (a 1180)
  m. Idonea Blackwell
  i. William de Alfreton (a temp Richard I who r. 1189-1199)
a. Robert de Alfreton of Alfreton, etc. (a 1242, 1270)
  CTG (vol 7, article I, p18), which supports the following except that it does not name Robert's wfe, identifies this Robert as grandson of Robert FitzRalph, founder of Beauchief Abbey. That appears to confuse 2 Roberts, with the founder of the Abbey actually (according to Hunter) being great-uncle of the Robert who was this Robert's grandfather.
  m. Agnes (widow of Bertram dde Roesa)
  (1) Norman de Alfreton of Alfreton (dsp 1269) named Thomas by CTG
  (2) Joanna or Amicia de Alfreton named Joanna by Hunter but Amicia by CTG
  m. Sir Robert Lathom of Lathom
  (3) Alice de Alfreton
m. Sir William Cadencis = William de Chaworth
  (4) Laetitia (Letice) de Alfreton (dsp)
  b.+ other issue - Ranulf, Alicia
  ii. Isabella
  m. John de Gireby (a 1180)
  B. Robert FitzRanulph (founder of Beauchief Abbey)
  Various web sites identify the founder of Beauchief Abbey as Robert FitzRanulf de Alfreton, Sheriff of Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire. BHO (Magna Brittania, vol 5, Derbyshire, 'Parishes: Alfreton') reports that he was a direct descendant of Ingram de Alfreton (a 1086).
  C. Roger FitzRanulph (1180)
  D. Alicia
  m. Jordan de Chevercourt
2. Ingeram



This section first uploaded 19.08.09.
Orme of Heleton or Halton
Either this Orme or his father, also called Orme, was married to ...
m. Aliz (dau of Herveus, sister of Herveus Waler, aunt of Theobald Walter the Chief Butler) possibly parents of ...
1. Ailward
  A. Orme FitzAilward of Ormskirk ## see here ##
  m. Emma Greslie (dau of Albert Greslie)
  i. daughter
  m. Robert FitzHenry of Lathom (d by 1199)



This section first uploaded 27.11.20.
"Descended of the Bells of Blacket, on the Borders of Scotland" was ...
Matthew Bell of Whitehaven, Cumberland
1. George Bell
  A. daughter
  m. _ Washington of Canada
2. Elizabeth Bell
  m1. _ Symons (Captain RN)
  m2. Richard Littler of Wallerscote, Cheshire
  A. Samuel Littler
  B. Mary Littler
  m. John Grant Ross of Scotland & the Cape of Good Hope
  C. Helen Littler
  m. _Wilton
3. Sarah Bell (b c1773, d 1848)
  m. (c1800) Jonathan Moulson Ashburner of Kensington
4. Anne Bell (d 1834)
  m1. Richard Barnes (d c1804-5, son/heir of Riohard of Westminster)
  m2. William Horton of Cheshire & Warwickshire (dsp c1815)



This section first uploaded 30.11.20.
John Gould of London (d 1695)
m. Mary
1. Sir Nathaniel Gould of Stoke Newington (Middlesex) & Bovingdon (Hertfordshire) (b 03.12.1661, d 21.04.1728, Governor of the Bank of England, 3rd son)
  m. (01.05.1688) Frances Hartopp (dau of Sir John Hartopp of Freathby, 3rd Bart)
  HoP reports that Nathaniel had 2 daughters. They were ...
  A. Frances Mary Gould
  m. Sir Francis St. John, Bart of Thorp (d 09.1756)
  B. Elizabeth Gould (b 1699-1700, bur 03.02.1763)
  m. Thomas Cooke of Stoke Newington (Governor of the Bank of England)
2.+ 2 sons (dvp)

Main source(s):
(1) For Wawton of Cliffe : Walker's Yorkshire Pedigrees (1942, Thwenge of Kilton)
(2) For de Longvilliers : various web sites
(3) For Holywode : TCP (Delvin
(4) For Alfreton : FMG (Continuation ('Hunter's Pedigrees', 1936), 'Alfreton of Alfreton, co. Derby', p3)
(5) For Orme : CTG (vol 7, article I)
(6) For Bell : MGH (NS1, vol 1 (1874), p231)
(7) For Gould : HoP ("Nathaniel Gould")
[The sections on Westropp of Cornburgh have been absorbed into Westropp01; that on Deinville has been absorbed into the section on Deiville on DZmisc10; that on Greslei has been absorbed into the section on Grelle on GZmisc03; and those on Sir John Donne (diplomat) & John Donne (poet) have been moved to Done3.]
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