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This section first uploaded on 30.03.08.
Robert Holdenby of Holdenby & Wold (d 06.1411)
m. (by 1375) Maud, heiress of Wold (b c1348, dau of William de la Carnail)
1. John Holdenby of Holdenby & Wold
  A. John Holdenby of Holdenby & Wold (2nd son)
  i. William Holdenby of Holdenby & Wold
  m. Eleanor Mortimer (dau of John Mortimer of Grendon by Anne Longueville)
  a. William Holdenby of Holdenby & Wold (d 07.1498)
  (1) John Holdenby of Holdenby & Wold (b1488, dspms)
  m. Joce (d 1511)
  b. Elizabeth Holdenby
  m1. Henry Hatton of Holdenby
  m2. _ Giles
  ii. John Holdenby of Holdenby Isham (d c1456)
  m. Joan Mortimer (dau of John Mortimer of Grendon by Anne Longueville)
  a. William Holdenby of Holdenby Isham
  m. Agnes (m2. _ Nevill)
  (1) William Holdenby of Holdenby Isham
  B. Jane Holdenby possibly of this generation
  m. Henry Dyve of Brampton
  C. Elizabeth Holdenby possibly of this generation
  m. Robert Mordaunt of Turvey (a 1422)



This section first uploaded on 02.04.08.
Commoners starts with William Knight of Chawton, described as "living about the middle of the sixteenth century" and mentioned as great-grandfather of Nicholas who, by his wife Elizabeth, was father of John, Nicholas & Stephen with Stephen being father of Richard (father of Sir Richard) and Dorothy. This seems somewhat confused, given that BLG1952 shows the following ...
William Knight of Chawton, Hampshire (a 1525, d 1585)
m. (1560) Elizabeth Standen
1. John Knight of Chawton, Sheriff of Hampshire (d 1620-1)
  m. Mary Neale (dau of William Neale of Warnford)
  BLG1952 reports that John dsp 1620. Commoners reports that he d 1621 having had ...
  A. Joanna Knight
  m. John Gunter of Racton
2. Stephen Knight of Chawton, Sheriff of Hampshire (d 1627-8)
  m. Judith
  A. John Knight (dsp 1636)
  B. Richard Knight of Chawton (d 1641-2)
  m. Elizabeth Fielder (dau of J. Fielder of Barrow Court)
  i. Sir Richard Knight of Chawton (dsp 1679)
  m. Priscilla Reynolds (dau of Sir Robert Reynolds of Elvetham)
  C. Dorothy Knight
  m. Richard Martin of Ensham
  Chawton passed into the Martin family, members of which assumed the name Knight.
3. son



This section first uploaded on 03.04.08.
Reignold (Reginald) Ragon 'of East Haddon' of Bromham, Bedfordshire (a 1417)
m. Elizabeth Woodville (sister/heir of Thomas Woodville of Grafton)
1. John Ragon
  A. Agnes Ragon
  m. Thomas Wylde of Bromham
  i. Elizabeth Wylde
  m1/2. Henry Dyve of Bromham
  m2/1. William Salisbury of Horton, Northamptonshire
  a. Mary Salisbury
  m. William, Lord Parr of Horton (d 10.09.1546)
  b. Elizabeth Salisbury
  m. John Enderby of Stratton



This section first uploaded on 05.09.13.
John Mylsent of Bergham (Barham?) in Linton, Cambridgeshire (d 27.05.1577)
m1. Elizabeth Gyll (d 10.11.1555, dau of John Gylle of Wydial))
1. Robert Millescent of Barham Hall, Linton the first mentioned by Visitation
  m. Etheldred (Audrey) Maynard (bur 27.08.1618, dau of (Sir) John Maynard of St. Albans)
  A. Sir Roger Millecent or Millicent of Barham Hall, Sheriff of Cambridgeshire & Huntingdonshire (d 10.1621)
  m1. Allice Gray (widow of William Cook of Chishill Hall)
  i.+ issue - Robert, Henry, Etheldred (d young)
  m2. Amphilis Grymes (dau of Richard Grymes of Foulsham)
  iv.+ other issue - Amphillis, Katherin
m2. (26.11.1564) Agnes Fleetwood



This section first uploaded on 20.09.17.
Alexander Baillie of Dunean
m. Catherine Monro (dau of George Monro of Milntown)
1. William Baillie (8th?) of Dunean
2. David Baillie, 1st of Dochfour
3. Catherine Baillie
  m. _ Fraser (son of Hugh of Culbokie)



This section first uploaded on 25.09.17.
Sampson Gideon of Stepney, Middlesex (d 17.10.1762, "a Portuguese Jew of immense wealth")
m. Jane Ermell (d 12.12.1778, dau of Charles Ermell)
1. Sampson Gideon, later Eardley of Belvedere (Kent) & Spalding (Lincolnshire), Lord Eardley of Spalding (b 10.10.1745, d 25.12.1824, MP)
  m. (06.12.1766) Maria Marowe Wilmot (b 07.1743, d 01.03.1794, dau of Chief Justice Sir John Eardley Wilmot by Sarah Rivett)
  A. Maria Marowe Gideon or Eardley (b 22.11.1767, d 05.09/10.1834)
  m. (09.1794) (George William Twisleton, later Twisleton-Fiennes, later Eardley-Twisleton-Fiennes) Lord Saye & Sele
  B. Charlotte Elizabeth Gideon or Eardley (d 15.09.1820)
  m. (22.09.1792) Sir Culling Smith, Bart
  C. Selina Gideon or Eardley
  m. (1797) John Walbanke Childers
  D.+ other issue - Sampson (b 29.12.1770, dvp unm 21.05.1824), William (b 22.05.1755, dvp 17.09.1805, Lt. Colonel)



This section first uploaded on 28.06.20.
Gilbert Wye of co. Antrim
1. Mossom Wye (b 1662, d 03.01.1726/7, vicar of St. Peter's, Drogheda)
  m1. _ Piers
  A. William Wye (b 1684, rector of Drogheda & Dunleer)
  m. Jane Brabazon (dau of William Brabazon of Rath House)
  i. Elizabeth Wye (b 1712, d 1782)
  m. (1740) John Urmston
  ii.+ other issue - Brabazon (b 1713), Thomas (b 1715)
  B.+ other issue including Charles (rector of Dromiskin)
  m2. (29.06.1726) Elizabeth Jeans
2. Rebecca Wye
  m. Rev. Adam Ussher

Main source(s):
(1) For Holdenby of Holdenby & Wold : information provided by a contributor (OWC, 16.03.08) with support/input from VCH (Northamptonshire, vol IV, Old alias Wold)
(2) For Knight of Chawton : BLG1952 (Knight of Chawton), Commoners (vol 1, 'Knight of Godmersham', p443)
(3) For Ragon : Visitation (Bedfordshire, 1566, Dyve (of Bromham))
(4) For Millicent : Visitation (Cambridgeshire, 1575+1619, Millescent), MGH (NS1, vol 2 (1876), 'Gyll Pedigree', p26)
(5) For Baillie of Dunean : 'History of the Munros of Fowlis' (Alexander Mackenzie, 1898, p287)
(6) For Gideon/Eardley : TCP (vol 5, 'Eardley of Spalding', p1+)
(7) For Wye : web sites suggested by a contributor (CV, 27.06.20)
[The section on Brodnex/Brodnax has been absorbed by Brodnax1, that on May by May01, that on Ross by Ross07.]
[The section on Martin has been moved to Martin09.]

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