Descent from Charlemagne
of the House of Isham
(SUMMARY)

 

 


 
  1. Charlemagne (c.742-814), son of Pepin the Short, and Emperor of the Franks;
    b. prob. on April 2, 742 prob. in Herstal, Wallonia (Belgium);
    m. c.771 to Hildegard (758-783), dau. of Gerold of Vinzgouw;
    d. Jan. 28, 814 at Aachen (Germany).
    Buried at the Cathedral of Aachen in Aachen, Germany.
        Charlemagne had eighteen children with eight of his ten wives/concubines,
        including the children who follow.

    • Pepin of Italy (777-810), born Carloman, who follows below in Lineage A.
    • Louis I "the Pious" (778-840), who follows below in Lineage B.

There are many lines of descent from Charlemagne to
Edward I of England and the House of Isham.
The link below leads to some of these.

 

Lineage A
(The Line of Hugh Capet)

  1. Pepin of Italy (777-810), born Carloman, King of the Lombards, son of Charlemagne;
    b. April 777 at _______________;
    his wife is not known for certain ______________;
    d. July 8, 810 at _______________;
    Buried at the Basilica di San Zeno Maggiore in Verona, Italy.

  2. Bernard of Italy (797-818), illegitimate son of Pepin above;
    b. 797 at Vermandois, Picardy (France);
    m. 813 to Cunigunde of Laon, dau. of ______________;
    d. April 17, 818 at Milan, Lombardy (Italy);
    Buried at the Basilica of Sant'Ambrogio in Milan, Italy.

  3. Pepin, Count of Vermandois (b. c.815), son of above;
    b. c.815 at _______________;
    his wife is not known for certain ______________;
    d. at _______________.
    Buried at the Basilica of Sant'Ambrogio in Milan, Italy.

  4. Herbert I, Count of Vermandois (c.848/850-907), son of above;
    b. c.848/850 at _______________;
    his wife is not known for certain ______________;
    d. 907 at _______________.
    The Herbert II and Beatrice below are believed to be children of Herbert I, but this is not documented by contemporary sources. Nonetheless, it is very likely that Herbert II is the son and heir of Herbert I, and a little less certain that Beatrice is the sister of Herbert II. See the discussion in the Foundation for Medieval Genealogy.

    • Beatrice of Vermandois (c.880-after 931), who follows below in this lineage.
    • Herbert II (c.884-943), Count of of Vermandois, who follows in a different lineage.
  5. Beatrice of Vermandois (c.880-after 931), prob. a dau. of the above;
    b. c.880 at _______________;
    m. __________ to Robert I (866-923), King of France, son Robert the Strong, count of Anjou;
    d. after March 26, 931 at _______________.

  6. Hugh the Great (898-956), Duke of the Franks and Count of Paris, son of above;
    b. 898 at Paris, France.;
    m. 936 to Hedwig of Saxony (c.910-965), dau. of Henry I "the Fowler", King of Germany;
    d. June 16, 956 at Dourdan, France.
    Buried in the Saint Denis Basilica in Paris.

  7. Hugh Capet (940-996), King of France,
    and descendant gof Charlemagne;
    b. 940 at Paris, France;
    m. 969 to Adelaide of Aquitaine (c.945 or 952-1004), dau. of William III, Duke of Aquitaine;
    d. Oct. 24, 996 at Paris, France.
    Buried in the Saint Denis Basilica in Paris. (FMG ref.)

  8. Robert II "the Pious" (972-1031), King of France, son of above;
    b. March 27, 972 at Orléans, France;
    m. 1001 to Constance of Arles (986-1034), dau. of William I, Count of Provence;
    d. July 20, 1031 at Melun, France.
    He is buried in the Saint Denis Basilica in Paris, France. (FMG ref.)

  9. Henry I (1008-1060), King of France, son of above;
    b. May 4, 1008 at Reims, France;
    m. May 19, 1051 at the cathedral of Reims to Anne of Kiev (d. 1075),
        dau. of Yaroslav the Wise, Grand Prince of Novgorod and Kiev;
    d. Aug. 4, 1060 at Vitry-aux-Loges, France.
    He is buried in the Saint Denis Basilica in Paris, France.
    Anne is buried at Villiers Abbey, La-Ferte-Alais, Essonne, France. (FMG ref.)

  10. Hugh I "Magnus" (1057-1101), Prince of France, Count of Vermandois, son of above;
    b. 1057 at __________________;
    m. after 1067 to Adelaide de Vermandois (1062-1122), dau. of Herbert IV, Count of Vermandois;
    d. Oct. 18, 1101 at Tarsus, Turkey.
    He joined the Crusade of 1101, but was wounded in battle in September,
        and died in October 1101 in Tarsus.
    He is buried in the Church of St. Paul in Tarsus, Turkey.
    His wife Adelaide is considered the last member of the Carolingian dynasty. (FMG ref.)

  11. Isabel (Elizabeth) de Vermandois (c.1085-c.1148), Countess of Leicester, dau. of above;
    b. before 1088 at _______________;
    m. 1096 (divorced in 1115) to Robert de Beaumont (d. 1118), Count of Meulan, 1st Earl of Leicester, son of Roger de Beaumont;
    d. Feb. 17, 1131 at _______________;
    Buried at Lewes Priory in Lewes, France.
    Her husband is buried in the Abbey of St. Peter in Normandy, France (FMG ref.)

  12. Isabel Beaumont, dau. of above;
    b. 1102/1107 ____________________;
    m. to Gilbert FitzGilbert de Clare (c.1100-1148), 2nd Lord Clare, 1st Earl of Pembroke, son of Gilbert Fitz Richard, Lord of Clare;
    d. after 1172 _______________________.
    Isabel prior to her marriage was the mistress of King Henry I of England.
    Burial unknown, but Gilbert lies in Tintern Abbey in Monmouthshire, Wales. (FMG ref.)

  13. Richard "Strongbow" de Clare (1130-1176), 2nd Earl of Pembroke, son of above;
    b. 1130 at _______________;
    m. August 26, 1171 in Waterford, Ireland to Aoife MacMurrough (1145-1188), dau. of Dermot MacMurrough , King of Leinster in Ireland;
    d. April 20, 1176 at Dublin, Ireland.
    Buried in Christ Church Cathedral in Dublin, Ireland.
    Aoife lies in Tintern Abbey in Monmouthshire, Wales. (FMG ref.)

  14. Isabel de Clare (1172-1220), 4th Countess of Pembroke, dau. of above;
    b. 1172 in Ireland;
    m. Aug. 1189 in London to William Marshal (1147-1219), 4th Earl of Pembroke, Marshal of England, son of John Marshal;
    d. 1220 at Pembrokeshire, Wales.
    Buried in Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire, Wales, with a cenotaph at St. Mary's Church in New Ross, Ireland.
    Marshall lies in Temple Church, London. Stephen Langton, Archbishop of Canterbury, called him the "greatest knight that ever lived". (FMG ref.)

  15. Eva de Marshal (1203-1246), dau. of above;
    b. c.1203 at Pembroke Castle, Pembrokeshire, Wales;
    m. to William de Braose (Briouse) (c.1197-1230), son of Reginald de Braose;
    d. c.1246 at __________________ .
    The Prince of Wales hanged William hanged on May 2, 1230 for an affair with the Prince's wife. The burial of him and Eva is unknown. (FMG ref.)

  16. Eva Braose (1227-1255), dau. of above;
    b. 1227 at _______________;
    m. to William de Cantilupe (d. 1254), son of William II de Cantilupe;
    d. July 20, 1255 at _______________.
    Buried in the Priory Church of St Mary in Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, Wales.
    William lies in Studley Priory in Horton-cum-Studley, Oxfordshire. (FMG ref.)

  17. Milicent Cantilupe (d. c.1299), dau. of above;
    m. (her second husband) bef. Dec. 13, 1273 to Eudes (Eudo, Eon) la Zouch (d. 1279), son of Roger la Zouch;
    d. bef. Jan. 7, 1299 at _______________. (FMG ref.) (document)

  18. Lucy la Zouch (d. 1326), dau. of above;
    b. 1279 at Harringworth, Northamptonshire;
    m. Oct. 23, 1312 to Sir Thomas Greene (1292-1352), 5th Lord de Greene, son of Thomas Greene, 4th Lord de Greene;
    d. Oct. 23, 1326 at Harringworth, Northamptonshire.
    Buried at Saint John Church in Boughton, Northamptonshire.
    Thomas was High Sheriff of Northampton early in the reign of Edward III. (Greene ref.) (House ref.)

  19. Sir Henry Greene (1310-1369), King's Chief Justice, son of above;
    b. 1310 at Greene's Norton, Northamptonshire;
    m. c.1340 to Catherine de Drayton, dau. of Sir John de Drayton and Philippa d'Ardene;
    d. August 6, 1369 at Broughton, Dorsetshire.
    Buried with Thomas in Boughton Church, Northamptonshire. (Greene ref.) (Genealogics ref.) (House ref.)

  20. Sir Henry Greene the younger M.P. (c.1347-1399), son of above;
    b. c.1347 at Greene's Norton, Northamptonshire;
    m. c.1368 to Mathilda (Maud) de Mauduit (b. 1354), dau. of Thomas de Mauduit;
    d. July 24, 1399 at Bristol Castle, England.
    Beheaded by Henry Bolingbroke, Earl of Hereford,
        and buried at St. Peter Church in Norton, North Yorkshire.
    His wife lies at Grey Friars in Northampton, Northamptonshire. (Greene ref.) (Genealogics ref.)

  21. John Greene, son of above;
    m. to Margaret Greene, dau. of Walter Greene;
    d. 1432 at __________________. (Greene ref.) (Genealogics ref.)

  22. Isabella Greene, dau. of above;
    m. to Richard de Vere of Thrapston (d. 1480), son of Richard de Vere of Thrapston & Addington. (Greene ref.) (Genealogics ref.) (Waters ref.)

  23. Elena Vere (b. c.1465), dau. of above;
    b. c.1465 at Addington, Northamptonshire;
    m. c.May 11 1485 to Thomas Isham (b. c.1456) Picheley (Pytchley), son of William Isham.

  24. Euseby Isham (c.1486-1546), son of above;
    b. c.1486 prob. at Pytchley, Northamptonshire;
    m. ___________ at _______________ to Anne Pulton;
    d. 1546 prob. at Pytchley, Northamptonshire;
    Buried (prob. with his wife) at All Saints Church in Pytchley, as requested in his will.

  25. John Isham (1525-1595/96) of Lamport Hall, son of above;
    b. Aug 1525 at Ringstead, Northamptonshire;
    m. Oct 6, 1552 at St. Martin Ironmonger, Lancashire to Elizabeth Barker;
        Purchased in 1569 Lamport Hall in Northamptonshire with his brother;
    d. Mar 17, 1595/96 at Lamport Hall, Northamptonshire;
    Buried with his wife at All Saints Church in Lamport.

  26. Thomas Isham (1555-1605), known as the "Blind Squire", son of above;
    b. Sep 11, 1555 in London;
    m. ___________ at _______________ to Elizabeth Nicholson (d. 1621);
    d. Dec. 3, 1605 at Lamport Hall in Northamptonshire;
    Buried at All Saints Church in Lamport.

  27. Sir John Isham (1582-1651), 1st Baronet of Lamport, son of above;
    b. Jul 27, 1582, prob. at Lamport Hall in Northamptonshire;
    m. Oct. 19, 1607, prob. in Kent, to Judith Lewin (1590-1625);
        Knighted Mar 29, 1608 by James I, and created Baronet May 30, 1627 by Charles I;
    d. Jul 8, 1651 at Lamport Hall in Northamptonshire;
    Buried with his wife at All Saints Church in Lamport.

  28. Sir Justinian Isham I (1610-1675), 2nd Baronet of Lamport, son of above;
    b. Jan 20, 1610 prob. at Lamprt Hall in Northamptonshire;
    m. 1653 at _______________ to Vere Leigh (?-1704),
        dau. of Sir Thomas Leigh (1595-1672), 1st Baron Leigh of Stoneleigh;
    Elected May 8, 1661 as M.P. for Northamptonshire;
    d. Mar 2, 1674 at Oxford, Oxfordshire;
    Buried (prob. with Vere) at All Saints Church in Lamport.

This lineage continues below with the House of Isham

 

Lineage B
(The Line of Edward I)

  1. Louis I the Pious (778-840), Emperor of the Franks, son of Charlemagne;
    b. 778 at Chasseneuil-du-Poitou, France;
    m. 819 in Aachen, Germany to Judith of Bavaria (805-843), dau. of Count Welf of Bavaria;
    d. June 20, 840 at Ingelheim am Rhein, Germany.

  2. Charles II "the Bald" (823-877), King of the Franks, son of above;
    b. June 13, 823 in Frankfurt, Germany;
    m. 842 to Ermentrude (823-869), dau. of Odo I, Count of Orleans;
    d. Oct. 6, 877, while crossing the pass of Mont Cenis at Brides-les-Bains.
    Buried first at the abbey of Nantua, Burgundy,
        but moved later to the Basilique Saint-Denis in Paris, France.

  3. Judith of Flanders (844-870), dau. of above;
    b. Oct.844 in Orleans, France;
    m. Dec. 12, 862 at Auxerre, France to Baldwin "Iron Arm" (d. 879), 1st Count of Flanders;
    d. 870 at _______________.

  4. Baldwin II (c.865-918), Count of Flanders and King of Jerulsalem, son of above;
    b. c.865 in Flanders, France;
    m. 884 to Ælfthryth of Wessex (877-929), dau. of Alfred the Great, King of England;
    d. Sept.10, 918 at Blandimberg (Blandimberg), Ghent, Belgium.

  5. Arnulph the Great (c.890-965), Count of Flanders, son of above;
    b. c.890 in Flanders, France;
    m. 934 to Adele of Vermandois (910-960), dau. of Herbert II of Vermandois;
    d. March 27, 965 at Flanders, France.

  6. Baldwin III (940-962), Count of Flanders, son of above;
    b. 940 in ________________;
    m. ___________ to Mathilde Billung (d. 1008), of Saxony, dau of Herman Billung, Duke of Saxony;
    d. Jan. 1, 962 at _______________.

  7. Arnulph II (961-987), Count of Flanders, son of above;
    b. Dec.961 in Flanders, France;
    m. ___________ to Rozala (Susanna) of Italy (d. 1003), dau of King Berengar II of Italy;
    d. March 20, 988 at Flanders, France.

  8. Baldwin IV (980-1036), Count of Flanders, son of above;
    b. 980 in Flanders, France;
    m. 1012 at Flanders, France to Ogive of Luxembourg (d. 1036), dau. of Frederick of Luxembourg, Count of Moselgau;
    d. May 30, 1036 at Luxembourg, Belgium.
    Baldwin also descends in the maternal line from Charlemagne (Lineage V).

  9. Baldwin V (1012-1067), Count of Flanders, son of above;
    b. 1012 in Flanders, France;
    m. 1028 in Paris, France to Adèle of France (1009-1079), dau of Robert II "the Pious", King of France;
    d. Sept. 1, 1067 at Lilli, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France.

  10. Mathilda (Maud) of Flanders (c.1031-1083), dau. of above;
    b. c.1031 in Caen, Calvados, Normandy, France;
    m. c.1051-52 to William the Conqueror (c.1028-1087), King of England, son of Robert I, Duke of Normandy;
    d. Nov.2, 1083 at Caen, Calvados, Normandy, France.
    She is buried at l'Abbaye aux Dames (Sainte-Trinité church) in Caen, France.
    William is buried at l'Abbaye-aux-Hommes (St. Stephen's Church), which is also in Caen.

  11. Henry I (c.1068/1069-1135), King of England, son of above;
    b. c.1068/69 probably at Selby, Yorkshire;
    m. Nov. 11, 1100 to Matilda (Edith) of Scotland (c.1080-1118), and dau. of Malcom III of Scotland and Saint Margaret;
    d. Dec. 1, 1135 at Saint-Denis-en-Lyons, Normandy.
    Buried at Reading Abbey, Berkshire.

  12. Mathilda of England (1102-1167), dau. and heir of above;
    b. c.Feb. 7, 1102 probably at Winchester, England;
    m. June 1128 at Le Mans, France to Geoffrey "the Handsome" Plantagenet (1113-1151), Count of Anjou, King of Jerusalem, son of Fulk V of Anjou,
        and a descendant (Generation XIII) of Charlemagne in Lineage II;
    d. Sept. 10, 1167 at Notre Dame du Pré near Rouen.
    Buried in the Abbey of Bec-Hellouin, Normandy, but Her body was transferred in 1847 to Rouen Cathedral.

  13. Henry II (1133-1189), King of England, son of above;
    b. March 5, 1133 at Le Mans, France;
    m. May 18, 1152 in Poitiers, France to Eleanor of Aquitaine (1122 or 1124-1204), dau. of William X, Duke of Aquitaine;
    d. July 6, 1189 at Chinon, France.
    Buried with Eleanor at Fontevraud Abbey, not far from Chinon.

  14. John Lackland (1166-1216), King of England, son of above;
    b. Dec. 24, 1166 at Kings Manor House, Oxford, Oxfordshire;
    m. Aug. 24, 1200 at Bordeaux, France to Isabella of Angoulême (1188-1246), dau. of Aymer Taillefer, Count of Angoulême;
    d. Oct. 18, 1216 at Newark Castle, Nottinghamshire.
    Buried at Worcester Cathedral.

  15. Henry III (1207-1272), King of England, son of above;
    b. Oct.1, 1207 at Winchester Castle, England;
    m. Jan. 14, 1236, Canterbury Cathedral to Eleanor of Provence (1223-1291), dau. of Ramon Berenguer V, Count of Provence ;
    d. Nov. 16, 1272 at _______________.
    Buried at Westminster Abbey.

  16. Edward I (1239-1307), King of England,
    and a descendant of Charlemagne;
    b. June 17, 1239 at Westminster Palace;
    m. Nov. 1, 1254 at Monastery of Las Huelgas in Burgos, Spain to Eleanor of Castille (1241-1290),
    dau. of King Ferdinand III of Castille;
    d. July 7, 1307 on campaign at Burgh-by-Sands, Cumbria, England.
    Buried in Westminster Abbey. Wikipedia article


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  18. Elizabeth Rhuddlan (1282-1316), widow of John, Earl of Holland & dau. of above;
    b. c.Aug. 7, 1282 at Rhuddlan Castle, Denbighshire, Wales;
    m. Nov. 14, 1302 at Westminster Abbey to Humphrey de Bohun (1276-1322), Earl of Hereford, and of Essex. Also Lord High Constable (standard bearer) to the King.
    d. May 5, 1316 (in childbirth) at Quendon, Essex.
    Her tomb is at Walden Abbey in Essex.
    Her husband died at the battle of Boroughbridge in Yorkshire, and is buried in Blackfriers Abbey, with a cenotaph at Hereford Cathedral. Wikipedia art.

  19. William de Bohun (c.1311-1360), 1st Earl of Northampton, Knight of the Garter, son of above;
    b. c. 1310-1312 at Quendon, Essex;
    m. 1335 to Elizabeth de Badlesmere (1313-1356), dau. of Bartholomew de Badlesmere, and widow of Edward Mortimer;
    d. 1360 at ______________;
    William was renowned as both a warrior and a diplomat. He is buried at Walden Abbey, Essex. Wikipedia article

  20. Elizabeth de Bohun (c.1350-1385), Countess of Arundel & Surrey, dau. of above;
    b. c. 1350 at Hereford, Hertfordshire;
    m. Sept. 28, 1359 to Richard Fitz-Alan, 4th Earl of Arundel & Surrey (1346-1397);
    d. April 3, 1385 at ___________________;
    She is buried at Lewes Priory in East Sussex. Wikipedia article

  21. Elizabeth Fitz-Alan (1366-1425), Duchess of Norfolk, dau. of above;
    b. 1366 in Derbyshire;
    m. bef. Aug. 18, 1401 to Sir Robert Goushill (Gousell) of Hoveringham, her 3rd husband;
    d. July 8, 1425 at Hoveringham, Nottinghamshire;
    Both are buried in the parish church of St. Michael of Hoveringham, Nottinghamshire.

  22. Joan (Jean) Goushill (Gousell) (c.1409-c.1458), dau. and co-heir of above;
    b. c.1409 at Hoverington, Nottinghamshire;
    m. bef. 1435 to Thomas Stanley (1405-1459), 1st Baron Stanley, King of Mann;
    d. c.1458 at Lathom & Knowlesly, Lancashire.
    She is buried at Burscough Priory in Lancashire. House Empire article

  23. Sir William Stanley (c.1435-1495), Knight of the Garter & son of above;
    b. c 1435 in Lytham, Lancashire;
    m. c.1471 to Elizabeth Hopton (1427-1498), his 2nd wife and dau. of Thomas Hopton;
    d. Feb. 10, 1495 at the Tower of London.
    He was beheaded for treason by order of Henry VII. Wikipedia article
    He is buried at the Syon Monastery in London.

  24. Jane Stanley (1463-1525), dau. of above;
    b. 1463 at Holt, Flintshire, Wales;
    m. ___________ at ______________ to Sir John Warburton (1459-1524) of Warburton and Arley.
    d. 1525 at ______________;

  25. Sir Piers (Peter) Warburton (1504-1551) of Warburton and Arley, and son of above;
    b. 1504 at Arley, Cheshire;
    m. ______________ to Elizabeth Winnington (1501-1558), dau. and heiress of Richard Winnington (Wynynton);
    d. June 5, 1551 at ______________.

  26. Jane Warburton (?-1591), eldest dau. of above;
    b. __________ at ______________;
    m. _________ to Sir William Brereton (c.1520-1559), Member of Parliament for Cheshire;
    d. June 1591 at ______________.
    Buried at Middlewich, Cheshire.
    Sir William is buried at St. Oswald Church in Brereton, Cheshire.

  27. Elizabeth Brereton (c.1551-1631), dau. of above;
    b. c.1551 at Brereton, Cheshire;
    m. 1568 to Thomas Venables (c.1543-1606), Baron of Kinderton;
    d. Oct. 1, 1631 at Brereton, Cheshire.
    Buried in the Venables Chapel at St. Michael and All Angels Church, Brereton, Cheshire.

  28. Elizabeth Venables (?-?), dau. of above
    b. __________ at Kinderton, Cheshire;
    m. c.1591 to Sir Thomas Egerton (1574-1599), son of Thomas Egerton, Viscount Brackley;
    d. __________ at ______________.
    Buried at St. Michael & All Angels Church in Staffordshire.
    Sir Thomas was slain Aug. 23, 1599 by rebels in Ireland,
        and buried at St. Mary Church in Dodleston, Cheshire.

  29. Mary Egerton (?-1669), dau. of above;
    b. __________ at ______________;
    m. Nov. 11 1610 to Thomas Leigh (1595-1672), 1st Baron Leigh of Stoneleigh;
    Buried March 21, 1669 at Stoneleigh, Warwickshire.

  30. Vere Leigh (?-1704), dau. of above;
    b. __________ at ______________;
    m. 1653 to Sir Justinian Isham (1610-1675), 2nd Baronet of Lamport;
    d. Oct. 29, 1704 at ______________;
    Prob. buried with Sir Justinian at All Saints Church in Lamport.

This lineage continues below with the House of Isham

  1. Sir Justinian Isham II (c.1658-1730), 4th Baronet of Lamport,
        son of the above Sir Justinian Isham (A) and Vere Leigh (B);
    b. c.1658, prob. at Lamport Hall, Northamptonshire;
    m. Jul 16, 1683 at Stoke Rochford, Lincolnshire to Elizabeth Turnor (1666-1713);
    d. May 13, 1730 at Lamport Hall, Northamptonshire;
    Buried with his wife at All Saints Church in Lamport.

  2. Rev. Euseby Isham (1697-1755), son of above;
    b. Nov. 6, 1697, prob. at Lamport Hall, Northamptonshire;
    m. May 1, 1739 at Brockhall, Northamptonshire to Elizabeth Panting (1717-1808);
    d. Jun 17, 1775 at Lamport Hall, Northamptonshire;
    Buried with his wife at All Saints Church, Lamport;.

  3. Sir Justinian Isham IV (1740-1818), 7th Baronet of Lamport, son of above;
    b. Jul 8, 1740, prob. at Lamport Hall, Northamptonshire;
    m. Sep 9, 1766 at _____________ to Susannah Barrett (1744-1823);
    d. Apr 1, 1818 at Lamport, Northamptonshire;
    Buried with his wife at All Saints Church in Lamport;.

  4. Susannah Isham (1767-1849), son of above;
    b. Jun 3, 1767, prob. at Lamport Hall, Northamptonshire;
    m. Oct. 5, 1800 at Westminster St. James in London to George Purcas Brietzcke (c.1778-1830)
        of the Secretary of States Office;
    d. Dec. 18, 1849 in Hampstead, London;
    Buried in Highgate Cemetery in London.
    Her husband is buried at Bath Abbey in Somerset.

  5. Louisa Sophia Brietzcke (c.1806-1891), dau. of above;
    b. c.1806 in Westminster, London;
    m. Aug 28, 1832 at Christ Church in St. Marylebone, London to William Abbott (1804-1866);
    d. Jan 11, 1891 at London;
    Buried together at Kensal Green All Souls Cemetery in London.

  6. Maria Elizabeth (Mary Eliza) Abbott (1833-1917), dau. of above;
    b. Oct 23, 1833 in London;
    m. Oct 21, 1847 at Bath, Somerset to Theophilus Wathen Thompson (1832-1905);
    d. Jun 28, 1917 in South Hammersnith, London;
    Prob. buried with her husband at Hounslow Cemetery in London.

  7. Maud Anna Maria Thompson (1866-1948), dau. of above;
    b. Sep 11, 1866 in Wandsworth Common, Battersea, Surrey (London);
    m. Oct 22, 1891 at St. Michael and All Angels Church in Bedford Park, Chiswick, London
        to Herbert Sidney Percy (1863-1932);
    d. Nov 14, 1948 at the Gatehouse in Wicksworth, Derbyshire;
    Buried together at Hammersmith Borough Cemetery (Mortlake) in London.

  8. Sidney Dolores Percy (1892-1965), dau. of above;
    b. Aug 19, 1892 in Chelsea, London;
    m. Oct. 3, 1923 at St. Andrews Church in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
        to Henry John "Jack" Bunce (1898-1959);
    d. Dec. 22, 1965 in San Jose, Calif., USA;
    Buried together at Los Gatos Memorial Park in Los Gatos, Calif..

  9. Jacqueline Vere Clark (1927-1991), dau. of above;
    b. Nov. 28, 1927 at Alhambra, Calif.;
    m. Ja. 12, 1952 at the old Episcospal Church in Capitola, Calif. to James F. Clark (1924-1999);
    d. Aug. 4, 1991 in Salem, Oregon;
    Buried together at City View Cemetery in Salem, Oregon.

 

 

 

 

 



 

INDEX of ANCIENT AND MEDIEVAL LINEAGES and References

 

 



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