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This section first uploaded 20.06.15.
John Harbert (Herbert) alias Ragland
m. Katheryne Mathew (dau of Lewis Mathew son of dau/coheir of Jenkin Fleming of Pen-llin by coheir of Sir John Norris of Pen-llin)
1. Robert Ragland or Raglan
m. Wenllyan Vaughan (dau of Sir Roger Vaughan)
  A. Sir John Ragland or Raglan of Carn-Llwyd, Glamorganshire (d 1531-2)
  m1. Eleanor Courtenay (dau of Sir William Courtenay of Powderham)
  i. Mary Raglan
  m1. John Fleming
  m2. Thomas Hawarde or Havard ap Robert of Willersley
  ii. Anne Raglan
  m2. Anne Dennys (dau of Sir William Dennys of Alveston, m2. Sir Edward Carne)
  iii. Sir Thomas Raglan of Carn-Llwyd & Wallington (Norfolk) (d before 02.07.1582)
  iv. Alice Raglan
  m1. William ap Robert Mathew
  m2. William ap George Herbert of Cogan Pill
  v. Margaret Raglan (a 1561) shown by Carne source as dau of Eleanor Courtenay
  m1. John ap Richard Carne
  m2. ??
  m3. ??
  vi.+ other issue - John, Katheryn



This section first uploaded 24.06.15.
William Price of Llanfoist (d by 1635)
Visitation (Michael Powell Siddons (1996, 'Visitations by the Heralds in Wales'), Monmouthshire, 1683, 'Arnold', p199+), the source for the continuaton, notes that William's "descendants are to be found in (J.A. Bradley's 'A History of Monmouthshire') I.361". We hope to find that source in due course.
1. ?? Price presumed father of grandfather of ...
  A. Charles Price of Llanfoist (d before 1700)
  m. Katherine Kemeys (dau of William Kemeys of Kemey) possibly parents of ...
  i. Thomas Price of Llanfoist
  m. Elizabeth Williams (dau of Sir John Williams, 2nd Bart of Elham)



This section first uploaded 30.06.15.
Thomas ap Gwatkin of Pontrilas, Herefordshire
m. _ Havard (dau of Thomas Havard hir of Brecon)
1. Phe (Philip) (ap) Thomas of Pontilas
  m. ?? Herbert (dau of Sir William Herbert of Kolbrok (Colebrook) by Jane, dau of Sir WIlliam Griffith)
  A. Julyan (heir)
  m. Rees Parry of Llanwynog



This section first uploaded 22.07.15.
Sir John Kennedy, 1st of Blairquhan, Ayrshire (d before 12.06.1473)
1. Sir John Kennedy of Blairquhan (a 1444, 1500)
m1. ??
  A. (Sir) Gavin Kennedy of Blairquhan (d before 22.07.1522) probably of this generation, of this marriage
  m. (1521) Ellen Campbell (dau of Archibald Campbell, 2nd Earl of Argyll)
  TSP (vol 1, Argyll, p397) reports that Gavin & Ellen "contracted (or married) in 1521 .. with issue. He died before 22 July 1522, when the marriage was declared null."
  B. John Kennedy (a 1505) brother (consanguinian) of Gavin, possibly the same person as ...
  C. James Kennedy of Blairquhan possibly of this generation (but could be son of Gavin?), who married ...
  m. Agnes Murray (a 1560, dau of Sir John Murray of Cockpool) mother of Katherine, probably also of ...
i. John Kennedy of Blairquhan (d before 05.1608)
  m. (mcrt 28.08.1569) Margaret Keith (dau of William Keith, 4th Earl Marischal) possibly wife of this John, possibly mother of ...
  a. John Kennedy of Blairquhan (a 05.1608, d before 09.1620)
  m. Margaret Campbell (dau of Hugh Campbell, 1st Lord of Loudoun) possibly wife of this John, possibly mother of ...
  (1) John Kennedy of Blairquhan
In about 1622, John sold Blairquhan to his kinsman James Kennedy of Culzean. However, Paterson reports that this line continued to hold the property "in defiance of the various legal transfers of it".
  m. (mcrt 07.06.1615) Maria Stewart (dau of Andrew Stewart, 3rd Lord Ochiltree) possibly wife of this John, possibly mother of ...
  (A)+ issue (a 1645) - John, Hew
  (2) Elizabeth Kennedy possibly of this generation
m. (1587) Sir John Dunbar of Mochrum
  (3) Margaret Kennedy possibly of this generation
  m. (after 08.08.1587) Andrew Stewart, 3rd Lord Ochiltree, 1st Lord Castle Stuart (b 1560, d 01.1628)
  ii. Katherine Kennedy probably of this generation --
  m. William Herries, 3rd Lord of Terregles (d 26.09.1543) --
  D. Margaret Kennedy probably of this generation, presumed of this marriage
  m. John Cathcart, 2nd Lord (d 12.1535)
  E. Elizabeth Kennedy possibly of this generation, presumed of this marriage
  m. Alexander Stewart, 4th of Garlies (d Flodden 09.09.1513)
  m2. (by 06.1500) Margaret Campbell
2. Thomas Kennedy of Carslo (a 1513, coroner of Carrick)
  A. Thomas Kennedy of Craigfyn (a 1513, coroner of Carrick)
3. Jonet Kennedy possibly of this generation
  m. Fergus Fergusson of Kilkerran (d c28.07.1512)



This section first uploaded 06.08.15.
Richard de Coombe of Coombe, Sussex
1. Joan de Coombe (b c1332, a 1385)
  m1. Robert Halsham, later of Coombe (a 1351)
  m2. (before 1378) Robert de Tregoz of Goring



This section first uploaded 26.09.22.
Richard Garbett of Nether Penne
1. Margerie Garbett
  m1. John Persehouse of Sedgley
  m2. John Wilkes of Willenhall (d 1620)

Main source(s):
(1) For Raglan(d) : Visitation (Michael Powell Siddons (1996, 'Visitations by the Heralds in Wales'), South Wales and Herefordshire, 1531, 'Mathew' (p52) & ''Raglan of Carn-Lwyd' (p55+))
(2) For Price : cross-references from elsewhere in the database
(3) For family of Pontrilas : Visitation (Michael Powell Siddons (2002), Herefordshire, 1634, 'Parry of Michaelchurch', p60)
(4) For Kennedy : Paterson (Ayr, vol 2, 'Kennedies of Blairquhan', p471) with a little support from 'Historical Account of the Noble Family of Kennedy' (1849, by Hugh Blair?, p18+)
(5) For Coombe : 'A History of the Castles, Mansions, and Manors of Western Sussex' by Dudley George Carey Elwes & Rev. Charles Robinson (1876, 'Pedigree of the Halsham Family', p109)
(6) For Garbett: Visitation (H. Sydney Grazebrook (1885), Staffordshire, 1614 (St. George) & 1663-4 (Dugdale), 'Wilkes of Willenhall')
[The sections on the de Kilpec and Walerand families, shown above on 02.07.15, were moved to Tmp06 on 04.07.15. The section on Wilkes has been moved to Wilkes1.]
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