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This section first uploaded 29.08.07.
Walter Carrow de Seton
1. John Carrow, lord of Seton Carrow (a 1321)
  A. Thomas Carrow, lord of Seton Carrow
  m. Alice de Seton (dau of Thomas de Seton)
  i. John Carrow (dsp)
  m. Isabella (widow of Robert Umfreville)
  B. Avice Carrow
  m. Simon Langton of Wynyard @@ below
  C. Alice Carrow
  m. ??
  i. Joan
  m. John Hoton
  D. Isabella Carrow
  m. ?? Porter
  i. William Porter

 

 

This section first uploaded 29.08.07.
We presume that various of the Langton families arose from different towns/villages called Langton. However, we have yet to be sure that we have found what connections there are between the different families. Other lines are on Langton01, Langton03 (draft) and Langton04 (draft).
Alan Langton of Newcastle & Berwick, lord of Wynyard
m. Catherine Lysle, heiress of Wynyard (dau of Henry Lysle)
1. Henry Langton of Wynyard
  m. Margery Fulthorp (dau of Roger Fulthorp)
  A. Simon Langton of Wynyard
  m. Avice Carrow (dau of John Carrow of Seton Carrow) @@ above
  i. Thomas Langton of Wynyard (dsp)
  ii. William Langton of Wynyard
  m. ?? Elmeden (dau of William Elmeden)
  a. Sybilla Langton
  m. Roger Conyers of Wynyard

 

 

This section first uploaded 16.01.12.
Apparently a descendant of Robert de Legh of Adlington was ...
?? Leigh (d 28.02.1525)
m. Anne Lathbury (dau/coheir of William Lathbury of Egginton)
1. William Leigh of Egginton, Derbyshire (d 21.06.1547)
  m. Dorothy Eyre (dau of Thomas Eyre of Highlow)
  A. Thomas Leigh of Egginton (d 18.07.1600)
  m. Anne Dethick (dau of William Dethick of Newhall)
  i. Sir Henry Leigh of Egginton (b c1585, d before 05.10.1635)
  m. Catherine Horton (dau of ?? Horton of Catton)
  a. Anne Leigh
  m. (by 1629) Sir Simon Every, 1st Bart
  b.+ other issue - Mary (a 1634), Catherine (d unm before 17.03.1639-40)
  ii. Elizabeth Leigh probably of this generation
  m. (17.01.1574) Matthew Babington of Cossington (dsp 02.1616)
  iii. Margery Leigh (bur 30.04.1635) probably of this generation
  m. Richard Fleetwood of Penwortham (bur 06.04.1625)
  B.+ "several children"

 

 

This section first uploaded 30.12.13.
Sir Hugh Borough of Borough-super-Sanes (Burgh-upon-Sands), Cumberland
m. _ Mowbray (dau of Lord Mowbray)
1. Guy Borough of Burgh-upon-Sands
2. Sir William Borough of Midleton
  A. Hugo Borough
i. John Borough had issue
  m. _ Warde of Westmorland
  ii. Sir Hugh Borough 'of Wattlesborough' of Mowthwy aka Dinas Mowddwy, Merionethshire
  m. Elizabeth (dau/heir of John ap William of Mowthwy (by Katherine, dau/heir of Thomas (sb Foulk?) Corbet of Watlesburgh) son of William (by Margaret (sb Helen?), dau/heir of Thomas ap Llewellyn ap Owen ap Meredyth) son of Griffith ap Gwynwin ap Owen Keneliok of Powis)
  a. Sir John Borough (or Burgh) of (Wattlesborough and) Dinas Mawddwy
  m. Jane Clopton (dau/(co)heir of Sir William Clopton of Clopton & Radbrook)
  (1) Elizabeth Borough or Burgh
  m. William Newport or Arcole
  (2) Ankaretta Borough or Burgh
  m. John Leighton of Stretton, later of Wattlesborough (d 1493)
  (3) Isabella Borough or Burgh (d 03.02.1522)
  m. Sir John Lingen (d 1506)
  (4) Eleanor Borough or Burgh
  m. Thomas Mitton

 

 

This section first uploaded 07.01.20.
"descended from the Pembrokeshire family of that name (that on Adams01?), through the cadet branch settled at Loveston, which estate his ancestor, George Adams, alienated to Sir Roger Lord, about 1660" was ...
James Adams of New Jenkins, Essex ("Clerk of the Royal Stables to George II (1727-60)")
m. Mary Spicer (sister of Ralph de Lalo Spicer of New Jenkins)
1. ?? Adams of New Jenkins had issue
2. Patience Thomas Adams of Bushey Grove (bpt 19.08/09.1736, d 02.05.1793)
m. (18.08.1761) Martha Marsh (b 06.06.1741, d 19.02.1795, dau of Thomas Marsh of London)
  A.+ issue - Charles (b 25.09.1766, d 29.04.1779, 3rd son), 3 other sons (a 1795), 1 daughter (a 1795) + 5 others (dvm)
  Cockayne ends with this generation which is a bit surprising as it appears, from Maddison's Lincolnshire Pedigrees (1906, 'Cracroft of Cracroft Hall in Hogsthorpe', p276) and after consieration of the dates, that one of the surviving sons was his grandfather.
  i. William Adams of Eastley End & Dummer Grange (d 11.06.1851)
  The following comes from BP1934 ('Cullen of Ashbourne').
  m1. ?? (dsp 1806)
  m2. Mary Anne Cockayne (b 11.12.1781, dau of William Cockayne)
  a. George Edward Adams, later Cockayne of Exeter House (b 29.04.1825, d 06.08.1911, Clarenceux King-at-Arms) had issue
  This was the famous genealogist GE Cockayne, author of 'The Complete Peerage' (TCP) and 'The Complete Baronetage' (TCB).
  m. (02.12.1856) Mary Dorothea Gibbs (d 11.03.1906, dau of George Henry Gibbs of Aldenham)
  Their eldest surviving son became 1st Baron Cullen of Ashbourne.
  b.+ other issue - William Cockayne, Borlase Hill, Henry Willoughby, Barbara Margaretta, Georgiana Catherine, Louisa Anne, Eliza

Main source(s):
(1) For Carrow of Seton Carrow : Visitation (Durham, 1575+1615, 'Langton & Conyers of Wynyard, &c.')
(2) For Langton of Wynyard : Visitation (Durham, 1575+1615, 'Langton & Conyers of Wynyard, &c.')
(3) For Leigh : note within Rev. William Betham's 'Baronetage of England' (vol 5, 1805, 'Every of Egginton')
(4) For Borough : Visitation (Shropshire, 1623, 'Borough of Dinas Mowthwy')
(5) For Adams : 'Some Notice of Various Families of the Name of Marsh' (G.E. Cockayne, 1900, 'Marsh of Wigan co. Lancaster, of Dorking co. Surrey, and of London', p24+)
[The section on Marsh of Edgeworth & Dublin has been moved to Marsh02.]
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