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THE HERALDS' VISITATIONS



OF THE COUNTIES OF



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MADE BY

RICHARD St. GEORGE, NORROY, King of Arms in 1615,

AND BY

WILLIAM DUGDALE, NORROY, King of Arms in 1666.



EDITED BY

JOSEPH FOSTER.



Carlisle: CHAS. THURNAM AND SONS, II, ENGLISH STREET
Kendal: T. WILSON, 28, HIGHGATE.



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The simultaneous publication of the two volumes, containing
all the Visitation Pedigrees of Cumberland and Westmorland in
the one, and all those of Northumberland in the other, concludes
my labours in this field of genealogical research.

Having edited a similarly exhaustive volume for the genealo-
gists of my native county of Durham, in 1887, I felt compelled
to satisfy my desire to confer a like boon upon genealogists of
the other northern counties. I have thus completed the pub-
lication of the numerous Visitations for the north of England,



This Edition consists of One Hundred and Fifty Copies only.

Jefferies & Sons, Limited.



explained Dy oiners, as wen as in uie preiaces 10 rnose volumes
edited by myself, that their character has become perfectly
familiar to the student and to the man of family. But though
further detail is barely necessary, I would avail myself of this last
opportunity to make a few remarks on what I may term the
mechanism of printed Visitations. The ostensible object of these
publications is, presumably, to place this hitherto unavailable in-
formation in the hands of genealogists in the most useful form
possible for rapid reference. Such at least has been my own
object. To this end I maintain : 1. That all the Visitations of a
county should, where practicable, be printed under one alphabet,
and of course in one volume, so as completely to supersede the
bulky and expensive county history ; 2. that Indices of Pedi-
grees and Arms should be accompanied by an Index of Matches
in preference to the customary Index of mere names ; and
3. that the Pedigrees should appear in type which will allow of
an arrangement which is instantaneously intelligible, that is, in-



191



LOAN STACK




T^xdm.

The simultaneous publication of the two volumes, containing"
all the Visitation Pedigrees of Cumberland and Westmorland in
the one, and all those of Northumberland in the other, concludes
my labours in this field of genealogical research.

Having edited a similarly exhaustive volume for the genealo-
gists of my native county of Durham, in 1887, I felt compelled
to satisfy my desire to confer a like boon upon genealogists of
the other northern counties. I have thus completed the pub-
lication of the numerous Visitations for the north of England,
comprising the six counties of Northumberland, Durham, and
Yorkshire ; Cumberland, Westmorland, and Lancashire. This, I
may add, is as it should be, for the north country led the way
in 1820 by printing for the first time two Visitations. See the
preface to my Durham Visitations volume.

The nature of a Herald's Visitation has so often been
explained by others, as well as in the prefaces to those volumes
edited by myself, that their character has become perfectly
familiar to the student and to the man of family. But though
further detail is barely necessary, I w r ould avail myself of this last
opportunity to make a few remarks on what I may term the
mechanism of printed Visitations. The ostensible object of these
publications is, presumably, to place this hitherto unavailable in-
formation in the hands of genealogists in the most useful form
possible for rapid reference. Such at least has been my own
object. To this end I maintain : 1. That all the Visitations of a
county should, where practicable, be printed under one alphabet,
and of course in one volume, so as completely to supersede the
bulky and expensive county history ; 2. that Indices of Pedi-
grees and Arms should be accompanied by an Index of Matches
in preference to the customary Index of mere names ; and
3. that the Pedigrees should appear in type which will allow of
an arrangement which is instantaneously intelligible, that is, in-



191



iv. PREFACE.

telligible to the merest tyro. But what do we see: instead of
all the Visitations of a county arranged alphabetically in a single
volume, we have them in several volumes, generally for the sake
of greater profit, the Pedigrees being given in the order of
the manuscript, and the majority of them being, in reality,
arranged as so many genealogical puzzles calculated to defy the
acuteness even of the expert, (but there may be a reason for this
pernicious practice), each volume concluding with an Index of
names, — in truth, the least useful form of an Index. As these
Heraldic Manuscripts become better known, the old-fashioned cant
as to printing them, " verbatim et literatim " is, I am thankful to
say, dying out ; though, for the very unsatisfactory arrangement
and indexing referred to, the Council of the Harleian Society,
from which we would have expected better things, is mainly
responsible.

I must not conclude without a few explanatory remarks on
the present volume. Having decided to print my special tran-
scripts of the Pedigrees recorded at the latest Visitation of
Cumberland and Westmorland, in 1666, as a precursor to a larger
work, including families who did not avail themselves of the
opportunity it presented by making public record of their Pedi-
grees and Arms, I considered it desirable to complete the
collection by including the earlier Visitation taken by Richard
St. George, Norroy, in 1615, from Harl. MSS. 1536 and 1435;
for, although, the former had been issued by the Harleian
Society in 1872, copies are difficult to obtain, the surplus having
been destroyed by fire, while the latter, which had been issued in
1853 by a connection of mine, was in narrative form and not often
met with. A few Pedigrees which appear in Flower's Visitation
of Yorkshire in 1575 are also included with due acknowledgment.

These remarks, however, would not be complete without a
meed of praise to the Printers, Messrs. Jefferies and Sons, of
Bristol, for the part they have taken in the production of this
volume.

JOSEPH FOSTER.

21, Boundary Road, London, N.W.



Names with an asterisk refer to Arms.






>>



Aglionby, of Carlisle
Allysonn, of Pardsey Ha'l
Askough, of Abbot's Holme
„ of Lacra

Barwis, of Cumberland

Bellingham, of Bellingham (W)
,, of co. Lincoln

of Ly mister, Sussex
of Erringham, Sussex
of New Timber, Sussex
„ of Levens, Westmoreland

Benson, of Hugill (IF)

*Betham

Bird, of Brougham (W)

Birkbeck, of Horneby ( IF)

Blencow, of Blencow

Bouche, of Cockermouth

Bradley, of Bradley & Beetham (IF)

*Brampton

Branthwayt, of Carlinghill ( IF)

Brathwayte, of Burneshead, War-
cop and Ambleside ( IF)

Bresby, of Penrith

Briggs, of Calmire ( IF)

Brisco

„ of Crofton

Brougham, of Skale

*Brus

*Burnishead

Burrell, of Howtell

* Burton

Byndlose, of Baricick Hall ( IF)



Carleton, of Carleton

"^Carlisle

Carus, of Asthwaite ( W)

Chamber, of Wohtid Castle

*Chamer

Cleborne, of Hay close

Crakenthorp, of New-Biggin (IF)

* Croft

Curwen, of Camerton

of Helsington ( IF)



5J



of Workington



3
3

2

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

89

11

12

13

14

15

124

16

18
17
19
20
21
22
46
9
19
89
23



Dacre, of Gilledand
Dalston, of Dalston
Dalston, of Acornbank



24
24
25
26
46
27
28
89

9, 30
31

2, 33

.. 34
.. 35
.. 36



*Dawbury
*Delamore
*Delapole
Denton, of Car dew

„ of Warnel-Denton
Ducket, of Grayrigg ( W)
Dudley, of Yanwith
Dykes, of Warthall

Eaglesfield, of Alwarby
*Eaglesheld



.. 24
..136

.. 46

.. 37

.. 38

.. 39

.. 40

.. 41



.. 42
121, 122



Fairer, of War cop-Tower ( IF)

Fairfax, of Bolton

*Fenwick

Fetherston, of Kirk-Oswald

Fisher, of Staine-Bark Greene ( IF)

*Fitz Alan

Fleming, of By dale (W)

*Fleming

Fletcher, of Hutton

, , of Tallantire
Forster, of Stanegarthside

Gilpin, of Scaleby
Godsalve, of Rigmaden (IF)
Graham, of Netherby
„ of Nunnery
Greystoke



43
44
46
45
48
46
46, 47
..134
.. 49
.. 50
.. 51

.. 52

.. 53

.. 54

.. 55

.. 56



Harington, of Wollax ... 57

Hetherington, of Walton ... 58

Highmore, of Armalhicayt ... 59

Hilton, of Hilton Beacon (IF) ... 60

„ of Burton (II) ... 61

Hodgson, oj Buscodyke ... 62

Howard, of Corby Castle ... 63

Huddleston, of Milium 64, 65
,, of Sawston, co. Cambridge 65

*Huddleston ... 46

Hutton, of Galle ... 66

of Penrith ... 67



*Hutton



30



*Ingham


... 46


Ireton, of Irelon


... 68


Kirkbride


... 69


„ of Ellerton


... 70



M.



INDEX TO PEDIGREES.



*Kirkbride,


27, 35


Kirkby, of Kirkby


... 71


Lamplugh, of Lamplugh Hall


72, 73, 74


Lancaster, of Sockbridye ( IP)


... 75


* Lancaster


46,84


Langton, Baron of ' Neviton


... 76


Lawson, of I sell


... 77


Lay ton, of Dalemain


... 78


Lee, of Clyberon Hall ( IF)


... 79


Levens, of Leveus, &c. ( IF)


... 80


Leyborne, of Cunswick ( IP)


81, 82


Lowther, of Cocker mouth


... 83


„ of Lowther (IF)


84, 85


„ of Colby-Lathe ( IF)


... 86


*Lucy


... 84



Machell, of Crakenthorpe (IF) ... 87
*Maltravers ... 46

Middleton, of Kirkby Lonsdale (IP) 87
Middleton, of Middleton Hall ( IP)

88, 89, 90

*Millum ... 46

*Morton ... 24

Musgrave, of Hartley (IP) ... 9 1

of Eden Hall 92, 93

of Crookdye ... 94



>>



»



Ne vinson, of Newby Stones ( IP)



95



Orfeur, of High Close and Plumland

Hall ... 96

Osmunderlaw, of Langrigg ... 97

Patrickson, of Stockhow ... 98

,, of Caswell How ... 99

*Peele ... 46

Pennington, of Muncaster ...100

„ of Sealon ...101

* Pennington ... 41

Penruddock, of Arkleby ...102

Ponsonby ...103

Philipson, of Thwatterden Hall ( IP)

and of Conishead, co. Lane. 104

of Calgarth(W) ...105

Pickering, of Thirkeld ...106

Porter, of Alwardby ...107

„ ofWeryHall ...108

*Quaile ... 84

Radcliff, of Dertoentwater ...109

Pawling, of Cockermouth ... 1 1

Richmund, of Highead Castle ... 1 1 1

Salkeld, of Corby and Thrymby ... 1 1 2

„ of Qawbarrow ...113

„ of Threpland ...114

*Salkeld ... 41



Sandf ord, of Askham (IP) ... 1 1 5

Sandys, of St. Be s ... 1 1 6

,, of Wilbarton, Isle of Ely, and

Northbourm, Kent 117

,, of Latiwters, Backs, an I of

Brimpsfield, co. Glouc. ...117
,, of Harwich, Essex, and of

South Petherton, Somerset... US
„ Extracts relating to the

family of, from the Parish



Registers of St. Bees
Wills (C.P.C.)
*Savile, of Wath
Scaife, of Winton ( IP)
Senhouse, of Seascale

,, of Alnebrough

Simpson, of Allerthwayt
Skelton, of Armathwayte
„ of High House
*Skelton
Stanley, of Dalegarth
Stanwix, of Carlisle
*Stapylton
Steele, of Kendall ( W)
Stockdale, of Barbon ( W)
*Strickland
Swynburne, of Xewthwayt

Threlkeld, of Melmerby
Thwaites, of Thwaites ( IP)
Tolson, of Bridekirk
Towry, of Groglyn Hall
*Tunstall

Uriell, of Cockermouth
*Urswick

Vaux, of Caterlyn
*Vaux



...119

151-6

134

...120

...121

...122

...123

124, 125

...126

21

...127

...128

46, 84

...129

...130

... 84

...131

...132
...133
...134
..135
122

137
... 46

...136
112



Warcop, of Smardale (IP) ... 1 38

*VVarcop . 35, 84

* Warcop, of Lamer side ... 35
Warwyke, of Warwgke ...139

* Wat wood ... 79
Web, of Westmorland ...140
Wharton, of Wharton (IP) ... 1 4 1

„ of Kirkby Thore (IP) ... 1 4 2
,, of Kirkby Thore ( IP) and

Gillingivood, Yorks ...143

Williamson, of Rewhall ...141:

Wilson, of Dallam Tower (IP) ... 1 45

„ of Underley (WJ ...146

Wolston, or Wilson, of Over Staveley

(WJ ...147

Wybergh, of Clifton and St. Bees ...148
Wyvill, ofJuhnby ...149

Names of persons who were dis-
claimed 1666 ...150



Errata.



Page 8, line 5, for 2nd son read widow.
9, 20, for Motion read MaUory.
26, 14, for Lapthes read Laythes.
39, 13, for Wresham read Heysham.
45, 5th generation. Connect Sir Timothy with his father Henry.

6th ,, for Laner -croft read Lanercost.

49, 3rd ,, for James read Jane.

57, 1, 2, & 3 „ for Wreyskam read Heysham.
5th ,, for Alerby read Alenby.

58, 2nd „ Connect Thomas with the line above.
90, 4 th „ for Crofton read Croston.

95, 2 & 3 „ for Newinson read Nevinson.

last line for Thwaikes read Thwaites.

101, 4th generation for Nichinson read Atchison or Nixon.
109, 2nd ,, Connect John with his father Thomas.

121, 5th ,, for Lovgh read Lowther.

127, penultimate generation — for Carwen read Ctirwen.
142, 4th generation — Trasdale, perhaps Teasdale.



QUERIES.

Page 88 2nd generation — wife of George Middleton.

91 3rd „ wife of Sir Thomas Musgrave.

116 5th or 6th generation — 1st husband of Lady Weston.



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"glisifafiott "gfebigrees



OF



§umbexlanb & ^estmoxlanb.



CARLISLE CITTY.



Carlisle, 28.
Mart: 1665.



Sflliantg, of Carlisle.



Arms — Argent, 2 bars sa., in chief 3 martlets of the second. No proofe made of these
amies.



John Aglionby,=j= daughter of Richard

of Carlisle, Esq. I Salkeld, of Corby, in com.
Cumbr., Esq.



Edward Aglionby,=
of Carlisle, Esq.



r -



=Elizabeth, dau. of Cutbert
Musgrave, of Crookedayke,
in com. Cumbrian, Esq.



Edward Aglionby, of Carl isle, =
Esq., died in a 1648.



=Jane, dau. of Henry Brougham, Dorothy, wife of Alan
of Blackwell Hall, in com. Bleuerhasset, of
Cumbr. Carlisle.



John Aglionby, of=y=Margaret, dau. of Christopher Mary, wife of John Sandford,



Carlisle, set. 55, ail.
28 Mart. 1665.



Richmund, of Highhead Castle, of Askham, com. Cumbr., Esq.
in com. Cumbr., Esq



m

2 Henry.

3 Christopher.



Ill
Jane.

Isabel.

Mary.



4 Richard. John, retatis, 23=j=Barbara, dau. of John

Patrickson, of Calder
Abbey, in co. Cumbr.



5 George.



an., 28 Marti j,
a" 1665.



John setatis, 2 ami. 28 Martij,
a 1665.



Certified by John Aglionby, Esq.



2 VISITATION PEDIGREES OF



aUgflmn. of Hatfrscg lall (1615).



Arms — Argent, a/ess gules, between three birds sable, a bordure of the last.



Tower Ally sonn, of Pardsey=p dau. of ffernes, or



Hall, Cumberland.



fferon.



Tower Allysonn=j=Anne, dau. of Littildall, of Enordall.



I 1 ' 1



RobertAllysonn. Jenkyn Allysonn. 3 Thomas Allysonn=j= dau. of Tubman



r?



T



r- - 1 -



John Allysonn. 1 John Ally son. =f= dau. of 2 Robert. 3 William.

Reed, of Rydersdall.



rJ



Christopher Henry Allysonn, =j= clau. of Richard

Allysonn. of London. I Harman, of Kent.

1 ~j~r 1

Ambrose. Priscilla. Dorcas.



23atiotS (Cumberland, 15S1J.

Robert Berwis, 1581=j-Jane, dau. of Robert Brisco.

I L 1

1 John Berwis=j= 2 Robert Berwis.



Maudlyn Bervis, 1581.



CUMBERLAND AND WESTMORLAND.



3



Mtragfr, of Abbot's lolme (1615).



Christopher Askough, of Abbot's=f= sister of Robert Chambers, of Holme,

Holme, Cumberland. Cultram.



r



Christopher Askough ,=j= Anne, dau. of John Atkinsonn, of
of Abbot's Holme. | Holme Abbey.



T



I 1

Hugh Askough, of=j=Grace, dau. of James Thompson, 2 John Askough.

Abbot's Holme. of Wigton. =P



1 Henry =
Askough,



T~T



T~\



r~r



— r~i

John.



=Elizab., dau. of John 2 John. Reginald. 1 Robert.

Cape, of Basingwhayte Richard. Walter. Christopher. Thomas.

Hawes, Cumberland. Hugh.



. 1 :~i 1 1

Barbara, wife of Hugh Askough. Elizabeth. Grace. Anne.

Abraham Chambers.



8sfem#, of tea (1615).



Mathew Askough, of=f=
Lacra, Cumberland.



I

Richard Askough, =

of Lacra.



I

John Askough, of=j=

Lacra.

I '

Anthony Askough,=f=

of Lacra.



"~1



2 Christopher Askough, of Bliburgh,
co. Lincoln.



Vide



^y



lincoln.



I

Hugh Askougli, of Lacra.



VISITATION PEDIGREES OF



IStUfeg&am, of Bdlingfjam (TO).

See also Berry's Sussex Pedigrees, page 190.

Rich, de Bellingham, temp. Hen. II.=f=
and Ric. I.



Eudo de Bellingham, High Sheriff of^
Westmorland, temp. 8 and 9 Ric. I.



i

Roger de Bellingham, temp.
John and Hen. III.



Kingy



John de Bellingham, temp. Hen. III.=p

Robert Bellingham, of Bellingham=pChristian, dan. & heir of St.
and Owstrey, temp. Edw. II. j Gilbert Burnishead, Knt.

Robert Bellingham, temp. Edw. II.=fMargaret.
and Ric. II.



Richard Bellingham, temp. Rich. II. :
and Hen. IV.



=Anne.



Sir Robert Bellingham, of Bellingham,=j=Elizab, dau. of Sir Rich.Tunstall,
Knt., temp. Hen. V. & Hen. VI. | of Therland, (co. Lane.,) Knt.



Sir Henry Bellingham ,=
Knt. 1



Dame Agnes (Katherine
in 1615 Vis.) dau. of Sir
Robert Leyborne, Knt.



Richard
Bellingham.
(See also
next page).



Jane, dau. of John
Herdden, & widow
of Robert Morley.



i — r



Ann, wife to Thomas
Scaff (Stafford).
Jane, wife to Roger
Lancaster.



n — I — i — I

William, a priest.

Allen (see page 9)

Alexander.

Thomas (see page 6)

1 — i

Mabel, wife to Sir
Richard Duckett.
Isabel, wife to



~i — i — i —
Robert.



Nicholas, marr. sis-
ter of the Lord Ogle.
Robert, died young.



Elizab. & Gilbert,
died without
issue.



James Leyborne.



Sir Ralph Belling-
ham, Knt., died at
Berwick. 1



James.



1 Mabell, dau.
of Thomas
Middleton, of
Middleton



=i=Sir Roger Bel -
lingham,of Bel-
lingham, Knt.
Bannerett.



=Anne, dau. of
Sir Jas. Picker-
ing, of Killing-
ton, Knt., 2nd
wife.



1 — i — i

2 Nicholas, of
Hopton, s.p.

3 Gilbert.

4 Walter.



4 John or=f=.... u dau

JamesBel-

lingham.



Anne, wife
of Robt. Richard
Tunstall, Kirkby.

of Mabel, w.

of John
Lownd.



Sir Robt. Belling-;
ham, Knt., in y°
time of H. y° 8th,
disinherited by
his father.



Anne, dau. of
Sir James
Pickering,
Knt.



Marg 1 ux.

Xpofer

Curwen.



John Bellingham, :
of Finchampsted,
in com. Berks. ,

Esq.



r -



Joane, dau. of Wakeman,

widow of Eldom, of

Guilford, in Surrey.



Henry Beilingham,=Dorothy, dau. of

of Orston StGeorge, Lewkener, of Buckenham,
in com. Wiltsh. in com. Sussex.



Richard Ashton=F Katherine d. & coh.=Sir William



of Middleton,
1st husband.



married 3rdly to Sir
William Davenport,
Knt.



Radcliffe,
2nd husband.



Elizab. ux.

Cuthbert

Hutton.



Dorothy ux.
Anthony
Duckett, of
Greyriggs, in
Westmerland.



Thomasin ux.
Wm. Thorn
borough, of
Hampsfield,
in com. Lane



Margaret, heire to her mother
maryed to Wm. Davenport, of
Bromhall, Cheshire.



1 The whole of these generations are taken from Flower's Visitation of Yorkshire, page 22



CUMBERLAND AND WESTMORLAND



5



^tUittjj&am, of to. UmtAvu



Sir Robert Bellingham, =fElizabeth Tuntstall.
(see preceding page)



2 Richard Bellingham,=f= widow of



Lo. of Maunton, in com.
Lincolne



William Marley.



sister and heir of :
Wastling.






Robert
s.p.



1

Thomas
s.p.



^Thomas Bellingham=



=. . . . dau. of . . .
Hotham, 2nd wife.



Robert Bellingham, a captaine
at Barwick-upon-Tweed .



Richard =f=Jane, dau. of Robert Evers, of Alice ux. Robt. Oliver, and
Bellingham. Bolton, in the Isle of Axholme. hath issue Stephen.



r~i

2 Robert.

3 Richard



T



i r-m

Katherine, Joan,
marr. to Troth.
Nicholas Maud.
Barnaby.



John Bellingham, :
of Bromby Wood,
in com. Lincolne,
1562.



Allice, dau. of Stephen
Lodington, of Scotton,
in com. Lincolne.



1 — i

4 Thomas.

5 Christopher.



John,
2nd son.



Thomas,
3rd, s.p.



William
Bellingham,

of in

com.



=f=Frances, dau. of
AlexanderAmcotts,
of Astrop,in com.
Lincolne.



Troth, ux. Tho.
Stanton, of Stan-
ton, com. Line.



Katherine, Isabell,

ux ux.

Gannock, of Jerome

Sibsey, in co. Mark-

Lincolne. ham



Richard Bellingham. =



Susan.



Sarah.



1

Judith



VISITATION PEDIGREES OF



BtlUttg&am, of IlLsmfeter, Swmp.



John Wiltshire, of=
Heydon, in com.
Essex, 17 Rich. II.

Rowland Wiltshire,in=p
the time of Hen.V.

Nicholas Wiltshire, 2=p dau. & heir

Edw. IV. of Acklloit of

Normandy.

1

Marg*, dau. and heire^Sir John Wiltshire



Stephen Power, Sergeant-
at-Law, was of Thackham,
in Sussex.



(Joan) dau. and Margarett or
coh. of Stephen Cathex'ine, dau.



Power.



of John Graund, of
Normandy



of



., Knt.



Bridgett, marr. 1st, to=2 Sir Nicholas
Sir RichardWingfield, Harvey, Knt.
Knt. =3 SirRobt.Tirwhitt

Knt,



(John)=
Clothall

r— J '

^(Isabella) dau. and
coh. of (John) Clo-
thall. (See Berry's
Sussex, p. 318.



and coheir of
Stephen Power.



: Stephen
Apsley.



William Apsley=



dau. of



Jane,=7=Thomas Bellingham, of Limister, in=f=Jane, dau. and heir of Sir John Wiltshire,



the County of Sussex, son of Sir
Robert Bellingham and Elizabeth
Tunstall. (See page 4 J



Knt.



Thomas
Bellingham.



John Jane, ux Ralfe Ralfe

Bellingham. Shirley, of Wis- Bellingham
ton, in Sussex, of Lymister



— l



=pAnne, dau. of 2 Edward, 3 Rich, of
Sir John ofErringham Hangleton

DevenishjKnt. Seepage 7 See page 8



Will. Bellingham,
Serg fc of y e Wood-
yard, s.p.



Anne, dau. of Sir=j=John Bellingham, of =pBridgett, dau. and heir of



Edward Palmer, of
Sussex (1st wife).



_j



Joane ux Leonard
Holland, of Callice.

r— J
George Holland.



Lymister, married,
3rdly, Margery, dau.
of =r



n — r



Wettenhall, of Kent (2nd wife).



Thomas, s.p. r -

Blanch. 1 Ralph Bellingham 2 Richard, Margaret=f Richard (or

Mary ux mar. Blanch, dau. of ob. s.p. j Samuel) Boys,

Hollyad. ._ _.__ Vaughan, I of Kent.



Wales,and died s.p,



Samuell=f= dau. of ....

Boys. | Cromer, of Kent.

A

See Berry's Sussex, p. 318.



CUMBERLAND AND WESTMORLAND.



^dltnfi&am, of <$mng|jam, 2>m*fy



ThomasBellingham,=pJane, dau. of Sir John



of Limister, Sussex.
(See page 6).



Wiltshire, Kt.



2 Edward Bellingham, =j= Jane, dau. of John Shelley, of
of Erringham. | Michelgrove in Sussex.



Sir Edward Bellingham,
Lord Deputy of Ireland.



John Bellingham^Jane, dau. and sole, heir of.
of Erringham.



Delues, of Franfield, renupt James
Gage, of Bentley.

1



John Bellingham,
of Erringham.



rn 1

Thomas. Anne,

— ux John

Elizabeth, Shelley.
dyed
young.



=Anne Hill, dau. of y e Lady Mason, Elizabeth ux Walter
renupt Jo. Lewkner. Henly, of Kent.



Elizabeth, ux
Francis Cotton,
son of Sir Rich.
Cotton =p

John Cotton.



John Bellingham,=pMai-y, dau. of



of Erringham.



i — i

2 John, ob. young.

3 Francis Bellingham.



Richard
Bellingham, of
Hagleton.



Mary, ux Thomas
Fenner, sonne of
the Judge.

I
Anne Fenner.



Richard Bellingham, =j=Joane, dau. of Thos.

Bowyer, of Lcthorne,
sister of Thos. Bowyer,
Baronett.



of Erringham



l

2 James Bellingham.


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