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This section first uploaded 07.03.16.
It appears that the name of the following family has been spelt with almost every variation/combination of 'i or y or e' & 'n or nn' & 't or tt'. BLG1886 reported that "The Wynniatts appear, from old documents, to have been established at Dymock Grange, and to have held estates there since the times of Henry VII and Henry VIII." We have not found any record on the family in any of the Visitations.
Wenman Winniat of Dymock Grange & Stanton, Gloucestershire (a 05.1723) ## possible duplication below?
We assume that this was the Wenman Wynniatt of Dymock whom we have seen reported as having obtained land in Stanton around 1650.
m. Penelope Pindar (dau of Reginald Pindar or Pinder of Duffield)
1. ?? Wynniatt presumed intermediary generation
  A. Wenman Wynniatt of Grange & Stanton (a c1723) ## possible duplication above?
Showing a second Wenman who m. Penelope Pindar requires that there was not a duplication of those names in the Pindar records, something we are not confident with.
  m. Penelope Pindar (dau of Reginald Pindar or Pyndar of Kempley)
  We presume that Wenman was father or grandfather of the following Reginald who is the first mentioned by BLG1886.
  i. Reginald Wynniatt of Stanton, Sheriff of Gloucestershire (d 1819)
  a. Reginald Wynniatt of Stanton & Dymock (rector of Stanton)
  m. (28.09.1774) Frances Phillips (d 10.12.1831, dau of Thomas Phillips of Huntingdon & Lower Eaton)
  (1) Reginald Wynniatt of Guiting Park, Gloucestershire (d 07.10.1860, rector of Stanton, 3rd son) had issue
  m. (1812) Catherine Brydges (d 1865, dau of William F. Brydges of Tyberton Court)



This section first uploaded 08.03.16.
John Clapham of Leeds
m. Elizabeth Rooke (dau of Benjamin Rooke of Oulton by Mary, dau of Henry Rayner of Boyne Hill) possibly parents of ...
1. John Clapham of Leeds (b 13.08.1746) the first mentioned by FMG (p79)
  m. (03.12.1772) Hannah Lumb (bpt 13.09.1746, dau of Robert Lumb of Silcoats & Leeds)
  A. William Clapham (b 22.02.1775, 2nd son)
  m. (01.10.1798) Anne Peele (dau of John Peele of London)
  B. John Clapham (b 25.11.1778)
  m. (26.08.1802) Martha Peele (d 24.06.1808, dau of John Peele of London)
  C. Elizabeth Clapham (bpt 05.11.1782)
  m. (13.08.1806) George Rawson of Leeds
  D.+ other issue - John (b 07.02.1773, d 13.07.1775), child (b 13.08.1781), Samuel (b 16.04.1785, d 26.09.1785), Samuel (b 12.11.1787, a 1809), Mary (b 03.06.1776, d infant), Mary (b 28.01.1784, d 20.04.1803), Martha (b 21.02.1789, a 1809)



This section first uploaded 10.03.16.
John Cox
m. (18.02.1620) Ann Thurstan of Suffolk
1. John Cox (b 12.11.1621, d 07.09.1680, rector of Risby, "descended from Richard, Bishop of Ely")
  m. Susan Allott (d 1690?, dau of Rev. John Allott)
  A. John Cox (b 23.02.1657-8, d 03.08.1667)
  B. Susan Cox (b 01.08.1660, d 29.04.1743)
  m. (1678) Thomas Macro of Bury St. Edmunds, Sheriff of Suffolk (b 1648-9, d 26.05.1737)
2. Joseph Cox
  A. John Cox
3. daughter
  m. John Bugge
4. daughter
  m. John Millbank
5. daughter
  m. John Tatem



This section first uploaded 14.05.16.
?? Allison (Steward of Lord Bathurst)
1. ?? Allison (Steward of Lord Bathurst)
2. Elizabeth Allison
  m. John Fisher of Rawthorn
3. Rebecca Allison
  m. Richard Jepson of Rawthorne
4. Penelope Allison
  m. Francis Mellor of Chesterfield
5. daughter
  m1. _ Turner of Edwinstow
  m2. John Elliot of Edwinstow
6. Sarah Allison
  m1. ?? Calton of Chesterfield
  m2. (sp) _ Metham of Chesterfield



This section first uploaded 17.12.16.
Possibly descended from Henry Grey, an illegitimate son of Henry de Grey, 7th Lord of Codnor, was
Thomas Grey of Langley (Norfolk) & Donington Park (Leicester Park) (d 22.02.1564)
1. Thomas Grey of Langley (d 14.01.1608-9)
  A. Thomas Grey of Langley & Sutton Bonington (b c1602)
  m1. Dorothy Villers (dau of Edward Villers of Hanbury) mother of Dorothy, probably wife of this Thomas
  i. Dorothy Grey probably of this generation
  m. John Bainbrigge
  m2. Anne Noel (dau of William Noel of Kirkby Mallory) probably wife of this Thomas
  We do not know which of these ladies, if indeed they were wives of this Thomas (rather than, say, his father), was mother of ...
  ii.+ other issue - Thomas (disinherited), George, William, John
2. Eleanor Grey (bur 10.03.1613-4) probably of this generation
  m. (29.01.1593) Sir Henry Disney of Norton Disney (b 01.03.1569, bur 11.10.1641)



This section first uploaded 12.01.17.
Thomas Haseldyn of Steple Morden, Cambridgeshire
m. Joane Borough (dau of Sir John Borough of Borough Greene, sister/coheir of Thomas)
1. daughter
  m. Thomas Mynot (Secretary to the Abbott of Walden)
  A. Richard Mynot or Mynott (Steward to the Abbott of Walden)
  m. Joane (widow of _ Thorne)
  i. Agnes Mynot
  m. Richard Dale of Walden
  a. Elizabeth Dale (heir)
  m. Anthony Cage of London (d 24.06.1583)



This section first uploaded 10.04.17.
HoP reports that Hutchins was "From comparatively humble beginnings".
Edmund Hutchins of Georgeham, Devon (d 1655)
m. Elizabeth Perreman or Perriman
1. Sir George Hutchins of London (bpt 16.08.1640, d 06.07.1705, King's Serjeant, eldest son)
  HoP reports that George had 2 daughters by his 1st wife and 1 son (dvp) + 3 daughters by his 2nd wife. Wikipedia reports that he had at least 3 children by his 1st wife but does not mention any children by his 2nd. HoP does not name George's 1st wife but reports that she d 1695. She is named in Wikipedia as Mary, aunt of his 2nd wife. Wikipedia mentions 2 daughters who married in 1697 so they must be by his 1st wife ...
  m1. Mary Leman (d 07.1695, dau of Sir William Leman, 1st Bart)
  A. Anne Hutchins (d 19.10.1724, 2nd daughter)
  m. (1697) William Peere Williams
  B. Mary Hutchins
  m. (1697) Richard Minshall
  C.+ other issue?
  m2. (26.12.1697) Sarah Leman (d 1700, dau of Sir William Leman of Northaw, 2nd Bart, niece of Mary Leman)
  D.+ other issue - son (dvp), 3 daughters



This section first uploaded 15.10.20.
BCG reports that "This Huguenot family left France at the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes, and settled in Holland, and afterwards in England." BCG shows that at least some of their descendants went to Johannesburg, South Africa.
Robert Vigne
m. Margaret D'Olier ("aunt of the Rev. Sydney Smith")
1. Henry Vigne (b 30.12.1778, d 07.1840) had issue
  m. (1803) Marianne Roberts (d 07.1861, dau/coheir of Rev. Thomas Roberts by Mary, (sister of Anne, Lady Curtis) dau/coheir of Edward Constable, "co-heir of the Austens, of Tenterden")

Main source(s):
(1) For Wynniatt : BLG1866 ('Wynniatt of Dymock Grange') and cross-references from elsewhere in the database
(2) For Clapham : FMG (vol 1, MS34-5, 'Lumb', p79+)
(3) For Cox : FMG (vol 2, (MS210?), 'Allott', p496+)
(4) For Allison : FMG (vol 1, MS166, 'Fisher-Unwin-Calton', p380)
(5) For Grey : an article on Langley Priory (see here, Stephen P. Douglass, undated (1988?)) with cross-references from elsewhere in the database
(6) For Haseldyn-Mynot-Dale : Visitation (Cambridgeshire, 1575+1619, 'Cage')
(7) For Hutchins : HoP ("George Hutchins"), Wikipedia ("George Hutchins (lawyer)")
(8) For Vigne : BCG (vol 2, 'Vigne')
[The section on Lee has been moved to Lee09.]
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