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This section first uploaded 07.02.16.
"Descended from the Ashtons of Ashton in Makerfield" was ...
Nicholas Ashton of Liverpool and Woolton Hall
m1. (1763) Mary Philpot (dau/heir of John Philpot of Chester by Elizabeth, dau of Matthew Henry of Chester)
1. John Ashton of Woolton Hall (b c1766, d 1815)
  m. Mary Noble Jarret (dau of John Jarret of Freemantle)
2. Elizabeth Ashton
  m1. William James of Liverpool
  m2. George Williams of Little Woolton
3.+ other issue - William (dsp, Lt. Colonel), Thomas (b 1775), Mary (b 1772)
m2. (01.1781) Catherine Hodgson (b 09.01.1762, d 12.05.1806, dau of Thomas Hodgson of Liverpool)
4.+ other issue - Joseph (b 15.05.1783), Ellis, Henry (b 04.10.1795)

 

 

This section first uploaded 08.02.16.
Francis Easterby of Skinningrove, Yorkshire
m. _ Addison (sister of John Addison of Woodhorn Demesne)
1. John Easterby of Skinningrove
  m. Grace Johnstone
  A. Catherine Grace Easterby (d 31.12.1857)
  m. (10.06.1813) John Charles Maynard of Harsley Hall (b 11.01.1788, d 24.02.1871)
2. Francis Easterby, later Cresswell (d 08.02.1834)
  m. (1787?) Frances Dorothea Cresswell (b 10.06.1768, dau/coheir of John Cresswell 'of Cresswell')
  A. Addison John Easterby, later Cresswell, later Baker-Cresswell of Cresswell, Sheriff of Northumberland (b 01.10.1788, d 05.05.1879) had issue
  m. (25.06.1818) Elizabeth Mary Reed (d 10.02.1869, cousin of John Baker of Spitalfields, dau of Gilfrid Lawson Reed by Anne, dau of Rev. Timothy Rutter)
  B. Francis Easterby of King's Lynn had issue
  m. Rachel Elizabeth Fry (dau of Joseph Fry by Elizabeth)
  C. William Easterby had issue
  m. Hannah Caroline Turner
  D. Cresswell Easterby (b 20.08.1794, d 29.07.1863, MP, judge)
  E. Oswald Joseph Easterby (d 07.06.1871, rector of Hansworth) had issue
  m. (10.01.1837) Anna Maria Strong (d 04.04.1897, dau of Rev. Canon Strong of Sedgefield)

 

 

This section first uploaded 28.02.16.
Henry Wykes of Putney
1. Johan Wykes
  m. John Williams alias Cromwell of Southwark (son of Walter & elder brother of Morgan, the ancestor of Oliver Cromwell)
2. Elizabeth Wykes (d 1527)
  m. (c1513) Thomas Cromwell, Earl of Essex, Lord Chamberlain (b c1485, d 24.07.1540)

 

 

This section first uploaded 30.03.20.
Raynolde (Reginald) Waterville of Thorpe & Achurch
m. Sara Estrange
1. Johanna Waterville, heiress of Thorpe Watervill
  CTG identifies Johanna's husband Robert de Vere as son of Sir Johnde Vere of Twywell. The connection shows him as son of Baldwin de Vere of Addington.
  m. Robert de Vere (d before 1277)
2. Margaret Waterville
  m. Robert Tichmarsh
3. Maude (or Elizabeth?) Waterville
  m. Robert Wickham

 

 

This section first uploaded 06.04.20.
Visitation identifies the arms of this family as "Sable, a pale argent".
John Weaver 'of Burton' of Strangford, Hereforshire
m. Jane Burfeild (dau of Roland Burfeild of Thingyne)
1. Margaret Weavere
  m1. William Forster of Watlingstreet (dvp 04.05.1590)
  m2. _ Ketelby
  m3. _ Scudamore
2. Elianora Weaver
  m. Christopher Whittington of Notgrove (d by 1579?)
3. Siblilla Weaver
  m. Francis Ketleby of Cotheridge

 

 

This section first uploaded 10.04.20.
HoP reports that the MP's father was "of an old Waterford family, emigrated from Ireland to the West Indies about 1682 and acquired plantations in Nevis and St. Kitts" and mentions his sister. We show them as children of ...
?? Madan in Ireland
1. Martin Madan of Nevis, West Indies (a 1682)
  m. Penelope Russell (dau of Colonel Sir James Russell of Nevis)
  A. Martin Madan of London (b 01.07.1700, d 04.03.1756, Lt. Colonel, Groom of the Bedchamber to Frederick, Prince of Wales, MP)
  m. (14.12.1723) Judith Cowper (dau of Spencer Cowper of Hertingfordbury, poetess)
  i. Martin Madan (b 1726, d 02.05.1790, barrister, cleric, author) who married ...
  m. Jane Hale (dau of Sir Bernard Hale)
  ii. Spencer Madan, Bishop of Bristol then Peterborough (b 1729, d 08.11.1813, younger son)
m1. Charlotte Cornwallis (b c1726, d 1794, dau of Charles Cornwallis, 1st Earl Cornwallis)
  a. Spencer Madan (b 1758, d 09.10.1836, Rector of Ibstock, translator)
  m. (1791) Henrietta Inge (dau of William Inge of Thorpe Constantine)
  (1) Henrietta Anne Madan (d 1829) probably of this generation
  m. (10.08.1819) James Henry Keith Stewart (b 10.1783, d 07.1836)
  (2)+ 10 other children
  b. William Charles Madan (Colonel)
  c. Charlotte Madan
  m. George Warde (b 1725, d 1803, General)
  m2. (sps) Mary Vyse (dau of William Vyse of Lichfield, sister of William, Archdeacon of Coventry)
  iii. Maria Frances Cecilia Madan
  m. William Cowper of Hertingfordbury (cousin)
  iv. Penelope Madan (d 22.12.1805)
  m. (27.06.1754) Sir Alexander Maitland (b 1728, d 1820, General)
  v.+ 5 other sons
2. Penelope Madan
  m. Augustus Schutz (Master of the Robes & Keeper of the Privy Purse to King George II)

 

 

This section first uploaded 11.09.20.
?? May
m. Alice King (dau of _ King of Boxford, m2. Thomas Spring of Lavenham) ## see here ##
1. Margaret May (a 11.1552)
  m. William Risby of Lavenham & Thorpe Morieux (d 11.1551)
2. Alice May (a 1552)
  m1/2. Thomas Heyward of Ipswich
  m2/1. Sir Richard Fulmerston of Thetford

Main source(s):
(1) For Ashton : FMG (vol 1, MS154, 'Henry', p360)
(2) For Easterby : BLG1952 ('Baker-Cresswell formerly of Cresswell'), BLG1952 ('Maynard of Skinningrove')
(3) For Wykes : information kindly provided by a contributor (CV, 25.02.16)
(4) For Waterville : CTG (vol 3, 1836, 'Pedigree of Wickham of Swacliffe', p360)
(5) For Weaver : Visitation (Shropshire, 1623, 'Weaver of Strangford, co. Hereford')
(6) For Madan : HoP ("Martin Madan"), Wikipedia ("Martin Madan (politician)", "Martin Madan (barrister)", "Spencer Madan (bishop)" & "Spencer Madan (translator)")
(7) For May : 'Evidences of the Winthrops of Groton' (Robert C. Winthrop Jr., 1897, 'Risby of Thorpe Morieux', p73)
[The section on Coudray has been absorbed by Cowdray1, that on Aughton/Aghton has been moved to Aughton1; that on Mompesson has been absorbed by Mompesson2.]
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