Torrey part of Brown Family Tree

Genealogy Family Trees: Barr, Batt, Baynton, Batt, Blake, Bosworth, Bridges, Brown, Chapman, Cobleigh, Garbrand,
Greenslit, Hooker, Liche, McKnight, Richards, Richardson, Sabine, Throope, Torrey, Vaughan, Wells, Wilson, Wise, Woodhall
Locations: Michigan, New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, Pennslyvania, Rhode Island

I have been doing a major review, correcting and updating of my genealogy pages some of which I started over 30 years ago. I have focused on the direct ancestors and have not checked all the data on siblings and their descendants. I have removed many speculative ancestors which has no sources to support them. I use Wikitree to check current research. It is the most up to date research in terms of accuracy as you must put in sources. Its goal is to have one profile per person and resolve conflicting trees. Find A Grave but especially ancestry.com trees are riddled with errors. Errors found in ancestry.com are impossible to correct as trees get copied and there is no mechanism to correct an error. I am now adding to Wikitree including sources in an effort to combat the errors in ancestry.com. Wikitree also can have errors or speculation but it it us significantly more accurate.

The Brown family is from well documented New England and is very extensive. Due to the size of the Brown Tree, I have split it into 3 trees/pages.

This page is the family of Christina Torrey and she is the root of this part of the tree.

DNA matches.
I have used a DNA symbol 🧬 to indicate where I have a match to someone who descends from that specific part of my tree. Unfortunately ancestry.com does not tell you where you match on your chromosomes like other DNA testing companies like Family Tree DNA or MyHeritage so I can not verify that the match is through that part of the tree. I do have other parts of the Brown tree in New England and the actual match could be through a different part of my tree. Still the number of matches to so many people in the tree supports its accuracy. And I have a lot more matches than I documented. Its time consuming to try and track the trees of my matches so if I found a lot in an area of the tree, I stopped looking for more.

Torrey TreeClick on the tree above for an interactive tree with more details. The controls on the left side of it allow you to increase the # of generations up to 10 and adjust the scale. The upper left tabs control the display. There are 3 types: tree (which is the default), fan, or text.

All family name meanings come from Dictionary of American Family Names at Ancestry.com

Click on rectangle in upper right corner of map for bigger map with legend and ability to zoom in and out for closer looks. This does not show all the small moves within New England but shows the major west and north ward migration from MA, CT, RI. and PA to VT, NY, and MI. Not every home in a small area is shown.



Barr Family Tree

Barr Name Meaning: Scottish and northern Irish: habitational name from any of various places in southwestern Scotland, in particular Ayrshire and Renfrewshire, named with Gaelic barr ‘height’, ‘hill’ or a British cognate of this. English: topographic name for someone who lived by a gateway or barrier, from Middle English, Old French barre ‘bar’, ‘obstruction’. English (of Norman origin): habitational name from any of various places in northern France called Barre. See Barre. English: habitational name from any of various places in England called Barr, for example Great Barr in the West Midlands, named with the Celtic element barro ‘height’, ‘hill’. English: from the vocabulary word barr ‘bar’, ‘pole’, either a metonymic occupational name for a maker of bars, or perhaps a nickname for a tall, thin man. Irish: from Ó Bairr, Donegal form of Ó Báire (see Barry 2).
Gen 8 unknown unknown
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Gen 7 John Barr ?
Birth by 1755      
Death after 1800  

Warrior Run Church 1775

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Batt Family Tree

Batt Name Meaning: English: like Bate, a derivative of the Middle English personal name Batte, a pet form of Bartholomew. English: possibly from a Middle English survival of an Old English personal name or byname Bata, of uncertain origin and meaning, but perhaps akin to batt ‘cudgel’ and so, as a byname, given to a thickset man or a belligerent one.

This line can be traced from me to Charlemagnestarting with my WikiTree profile.

Royal Ancestry Charlemagne to Christopher Batt

1 Charlemagne King of the Franks and Hildegard of Vinzgouw 15 Ada of Huntingdon and Sir Henry de Hastings
2 Louis the Pious and Ermengarde of Haspengau 16 Sir Henry de Hastings and Joan de Cantilupe
3 Lothair I and Ermengarde of Tours 17 Sir John de Hastings and Isabel de Valence
4 Ermengarde of Lorraine and Gilbert of Maasgau 18 Elizabeth de Hastings and Sir Roger de Grey
5 Rainier I of Lorraine and Alberade - - 19 Sir Reynold de Grey and Eleanor le Strange
6 Rainier II of Hainaut and Adelaide of Burgundy 20 Sir Reynold Grey and Joan Astley
7 Rainier III of Hainault and Adela - - 21 Robert Grey and Eleanor Lowe
8 Lambert I, Count of Louvain and Gerberga of Lower Lorraine 22 Humphrey Grey and Anne Fielding
9 Mathilde of Louvain and Eustace I of Boulogne 23 Mary Grey and Richard St. Barbe
10 Lambert II of Lens and Adelaide of Normandy 24 Thomas St. Barbe and Joan - -
11 Judith of Lens and Waltheof II of Northumbria 25 Alice St. Barbe and Christopher Batt
12 Maud of Northumberland and David I, King of Scotland 26 Thomas Batt and Joan Byley
13 Henry of Huntingdon and Ada de Warenne 27 Christopher Batt (1601–1661)
14 David of Huntingdon and Maud of Chester    

 

Gen 14 ? Batt
Death pre 1557
Burial St. Thomas Salisbury, Wiltshire, Eng
Gen 13 John Batt2 Margaret Thistlewaite
Birth ca 1515
Death 10 Oct 1557 (W) - 15 Oct 1557 (P) 17 Jan 1559 (W)
Burial St. Thomas Salisbury, Wiltshire, Eng St. Edmund's by 1st husband
Parents   Alexander Thistlewaite of Winterslow
Misc. tanner

St. Thomas Church

Margaret's children by 1st husband William Holmes of St. Edmund's.

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Gen 12 Christopher Batt1 Alice St. Barbe
Birth ca 1545 St. Edmund, Salisbury, Eng.
Death 31 Aug 1581 St. Martin's, , Salisbury, Eng.
Misc. tanner
Marriage 8 Jul 1568 St. Martin's Salisbury Eng.

St. Edmund Church

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Gen 11 Thomas Batt Joane Byley (Biley or Byle)
Birth 30 Dec 1571(B) St. Edmund, Salisbury, Eng. 24 Oct 1581 (B)? St. Edmund, Salisbury, Eng.
Death 20 Feb 1632 24 Dec 1623
Burial St. Martin's St. Edmund's
Parents Christopher Batt Alice St. Barbe Henry Byley (tanner) m. 19 Feb 1582 Alice Holmes d. 22 May 1633 (B) Salisbury Eng
Marriage 29 Sep 1600 St. Edmunds Salisbury Eng.

St. Martin Church

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Gen 10 Christopher Batt Anne Baynton
Birth 6 Jul 1601(B) St. Edmund, Salisbury, Eng. 30 Dec 1602 (B)
Death 10 Aug 1661 Boston MA 14 Mar 1679 (W)
Parents Thomas Batt Joane Byley Ferdinando Baynton Jane Weare (alias Brown)
Misc. tanner
Marriage 12 Oct 1629 St. Edmund Salisbury Eng.

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Gen 9 Paul Batt1 Sarah Wilson
Birth 18 Feb 1643 Salisbury MA 1650
Death 26 Jul 1678(W) Boston MA
Parents Christopher Batt Ann Baynton Rev. John Wilson Sarah Hooker
Misc. Merchant
Marriage 1672?

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Baynton Family Tree

Immigrant Anne Baynton of Massachutsets descends from Edward ! King of England and and his ancestors through her great grandmother Isabel Leigh Bayton. Isabel's half-sister was Katherine the 5th wife of Henry the VIII. See the Leigh Family Tree for details.

Baynton Name Meaning: The surname Baynton was first found in Northumberland, where Osgode on Badingtune was listed there in 972.Bainton (St. Mary), is a parish, in the union of Stamford, soke of Peterborough in Northumberland. Bainton is also found in Oxfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Yorkshire as the place name literally means "estate associated with a man called Bada," from the Old English personal name + "-ing" + "tun."

Gen 15 Sir Robert Baynton Elizabeth Haute
Birth ca 1460     Kent,England
Death 31 Oct 1516     Wiltshire, England
Burial St Nicholas's Church    
Parents John Baynton Joan Echingham William Haute Joan (Wydeville

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Gen 14 John Baynton Jane Digges
Birth ca 1460     Kent, England
Death 31 Oct 1516     Wiltshire, England
Burial St Nicholas Church Bromham, Wiltshire  
Parents Robert Baynton Elizabeth Haute Thomas Digges of Kent  

John Baynton Brass St Nicholas Church

High Street Bromham

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Gen 13 Sir Edward Baynton Isabel Leigh
Birth       Lambeth, Norfolk,England
Death     ca 16 Feb 1573
Parents John Baynton Jane Digges Ralph Leigh Joyce Culpeper

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Gen 12 Henry Baynton/Bainton Esq. Anne Cavendish
Birth ca 1536   1508 Whatcross, Cheshire, England
Death     16 Jun 1540 London, Middlesex, England
Parents Sir Edward Baynton Isabel Leigh Sir William Cavendish Margaret Bostock

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Gen 11 Ferdinando Baynton Jane Weare (alias Brown)
Birth by 28 May 1566 Wiltshire, England  
Death by 21 Aug 1638 Hemington, Somerset, England  
Parents Henry Baynton/Bainton Anne Cavendish    

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Blake Family Tree

Blake Name Meaning: English: variant of Black, meaning ‘swarthy’ or ‘dark-haired’, from a byform of the Old English adjective blæc, blac ‘black’, with change of vowel length. English: nickname from Old English blac ‘wan’, ‘pale’, ‘white’, ‘fair’. In Middle English the two words blac and blac, with opposite meanings, fell together as Middle English blake. In the absence of independent evidence as to whether the person referred to was dark or fair, it is now impossible to tell which sense was originally meant.
Gen 14 Humphrey Blake Agnes
Birth ca 1494    
Death 19 Nov 1588 Over Stowey Somerset 24 Jun 1585 Over Stowey Somerset
Parents William Blake Mary Cole

Plainfield Manor

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Gen 13 John Blake Joan
Birth after 10 Oct 1521
Death by 10 Dec 1576 Over Stowey Somerset by 27 Jun 1595 Over Stowey Somerset
Buried chancel St Peter and St Paul   St Peter and St Paul
Parents Humphrey Blake Anne/Agnes Littleton

St Peter and St Paul Church Over Stowey

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Bosworth Family Tree

Bosworth Name Meaning: English: habitational name from Market Bosworth in Leicestershire, so named with an Old English personal name Bosa + Old English worð ‘enclosure’. Husbands Bosworth in Leicestershire (Baresworde in Domesday Book) has a different origin: an Old English personal name, Bar (from bar ‘boar’) + worð.
Gen 12 Edward Bosworth Mary
Birth 1586 England England
Death 1634 Boston Harbor 18 May 1648 Hingman MA
Marriage by 1611      

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Gen 11 Jonathan Bosworth Elizabeth
Birth ca 1613 England ca 1615
Death by 3 Jan 1687/88 Rehoboth MA 15 Jun 1705 Swansea MA
Parents Edward Bosworth Mary
Misc. Tailor

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Bridges Family Tree

Bridges Name Meaning: English: variant of Bridge. The -s generally represents the genitive case, but May occasionally be a plural. In some cases this name denoted someone from the Flemish city of Bruges (Brugge), meaning ‘bridges’, which had extensive trading links with England in the Middle Ages.
Gen 7 Edmund Bridges Elizabeth1
Birth ca 1612
Death 13 Jan 1684 Ipswitch, MA 31 Dec 1664 Ipswitch, MA
Misc. Blacksmith

Rowley Map
by Elizabeth1 by m. Apr 1665 Mary Lancton Littlehale2 d. 24 Oct 1691

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Gen 7 Josiah Bridges Ruth R. Greenslit
Birth ca 1654
Death 9 Feb 1715 Wenham by 16 Mar 1724 Andover/Reading
Parents Edmund Bridges ?Elizabeth Thomas Greenslit Ann
Marriage 19 Sep 1677 Ipswitch

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Brown Family Tree

Use the Brown Tree or the Chase Tree for the other parts of the Tree
Gen 5 James Harvey Brown1 Delecty Chase
Birth JUL 1795 NY 17 Apr 1798 Providence, NY
Death 4 Feb 1829 Providence NY 2 May 1872 MI
Burial Woodard Cem. Saratoga Co. NY Flushing Cem. Flushing, MI
Parents David Brown Rachel Smith Wing Chase Abigail Mosher
Misc. Quaker
Gen 4 James Harvey Brown Christina Torrey1
Birth 2 Sep 1817 NY 10 Oct 1820 NY
Death 10 Jun 1901 Grand Blanc Genesee Co. MI 8 Dec 1867 Grand Blanc Genesee Co. MI
Burial Evergreen Cem. Grand Blanc MI Evergreen Cem. Grand Blanc MI
Parents James Harvey Brown Delecty Chase Orange Torrey Betsey McKnight
Misc. Shoemaker/ Farmer Farmer's wife
Marriage 14 Apr 1840 New York?
Gen 3 John Quincy Brown Ella (Mary Ann) Kramer
Birth APR 10 1849 Lenawee Co. MI 25 Dec 1856 Southern Germany
Death Oct. 21 1919 Vassar, Tuscola Co, MI 9 Mar 1927 Watertown Twp MI
Burial Cerebral Hemorrhage Riverside Cem Vassar MI Riverside Cem Vassar MI
Parents James Harvey Brown Christina Torrey Jacob (Jake) Kramer Analiese sp?
Misc. Farmer Quaker Farmer's wife
Marriage 11 Jul 1875 Grand Blanc MI William Woodhauser Thomas C. Pollack Marguitta E. Pollack


Cavendish Family Tree

Cavendish Name Meaning: English: habitational name from a place in Suffolk named Cavendish, from an Old English byname Cafna (meaning ‘bold’, ‘daring’) + Old English edisc ‘enclosed pasture’.
Gen 18 John Cavendish Alice de Odingsells
Death 5 June 1381 murdered Bury St. Edmunds    

Wat Tyler's death - John Cavendish far right

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Gen 17 John Cavendish Joan Clopton
Birth ca 1374 Overall, Suffolk, England    
Death 1417      
Parents John Cavendish Alice de Odingsells William Clopton Ivetta Grey
Gen 16 William Cavendish Joan Stavenson
Birth ca 1402 Cavendish, Suffolk, England    
Death 5 Jan 1432 St Thomas Acons, London    
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Gen 15 Thomas Cavendish Catherine Scudamore
Birth ca 1430 Pollingford, Suffolk, England    
Death 1477 St Thomas Acons, London 15 Sep 1499 St Botolphs Aldersgate, London
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Gen 14 Thomas Cavendish Esq. Alice Smith
Birth 1472 Cavendish, Suffolk, England ca 1476 Podbrooke Hall, Cavendish, Suffolk
Death 13 Apr 1524 St Thomas Acons, London 12 Nov 1515 St Botolphs, Aldergate London, Middlesex,
Parents Thomas Cavendish Catherine Scudamore John Smith Alice Brecknock

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Gen 13 Sir William Cavendish Margaret "Anne" Bostock
Birth ca 1505 Cavendish, Suffolk, England  
Death ca 25 Oct 1557 Chatsworth, Derbyshire, England 9 June 1540 St. Botolph's, Aldergate
Buried   All Hallows, Derby (All Saints)    
Parents Thomas Cavendish Esq Alice Smith

William Cavendish

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Chapman Family Tree

Chapman Name Meaning: English: occupational name for a merchant or trader, Middle English chapman, Old English ceapmann, a compound of ceap ‘barter’, ‘bargain’, ‘price’, ‘property’ + mann ‘man’.
Gen 11 Ralph Chapman Lydia Wells
Birth 1615 St. Savior's, Southwark England 1620 England
Death 28 Nov 1671(W) - 4 Jun 1672(P) Marshfield, MA
Parents Issac Wells
Marriage 23 Nov 1642 Marshfield, MA

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Cobleigh Family Tree

Cobleigh Name Meaning: English: habitational name from either of two places in Devon called Cobley, from the Old English personal name Cobba (see Cobb 1) + Old English leah ‘woodland clearing’.
Gen 10 John Cobleigh Mary Bosworth
Birth   18 Apr 1647 Hingman MA
Death 20 May 1679 Swansea, Bristol, MA 2 Nov 1704 Rehoboth, Bristol, RI
Parents   Jonathan Bosworth Elizabeth
Misc. Merchant

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Culpeper Family Tree

Culpeper Name Meaning: English: occupational name for a herbalist or spicer, from Middle English cull(en) 'to pick' (Old French coillir, from Latin colligere 'to collect or gather') + peper 'pepper'.

Gen 17 Sir John Culpeper Catherine Charles
Birth 1366 West Peckham, Kent, England    
Death ca 1416 West Peckham, Kent, England    
Parents William Culpeper      

Oxon Hoath Canada West Estate

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Gen 16 William Culpeper Elizabeth Ferrers
Birth 1387 Aylesford, Kent, England BY before 20 Jul 1457 West Peckham, Kent, England
Death 20 Jul 1457      
Parents Sir John Culpeper Catherine Charles William Ferrers Philippa Clifford Baroness Ferrers of Groby
Married 1412 Oxon Hoath, nr. Tonbridge, Kent, England    
Gen 15 Sir Richard Culpeper of Oxon Hoath Isobel Worlsey
Birth      
Death 4 Oct 1484 West Peckham, Kent, England    
Parents William Culpeper Elizabeth Ferrers Sir Otewell Worsley Rose Trevor

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Ferrers of Groby Family Tree

Ferrers Name Meaning: Ferrer is an occupational surname for a blacksmith or ironworker as described by The Oxford Dictionary of Family Names in Britain and Ireland- derived from the Latin word ferrum or ferrarius, Catalan ferro meaning iron, and thus shares a common occupational derivation with the most common English surname, Smith.

Gen 20 William Ferrers 1st Lord Ferrers of Groby Ellen de Menteith
Birth 31 Jan 1272 Yoxall in Staffordshire    
Death 20 Mar 1325      
Buried St Philip and St James Church Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Leicestershire    
Parents William de Ferrers of Groby Anne Alexander, Earl of Menteith  
Married  

Arms of Ferrers of Groby

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Gen 19 Henry Ferrers 2nd Lord Ferrers of Groby Isabel de Verdun
Birth by 1303   21 Mar 1317 Amesbury Priory, Wiltshire, England
Death 15 Sep 1343 Groby 25 Jul 1349 plague
Buried Ulverscroft Priory      
Parents William Ferrers 1st Lord Ferrers of Groby Ellen de Menteith Theobald de Verdun, 2nd Baron Verdun Lady Elizabeth de Clare
Married 1328 Newbold Verdon, Leicestershire

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Ruins of Ulverscroft Priory.jpg
Gen 18 William Ferrers 3th Lord Ferrers of Groby Margaret Ufford
Birth        
Death 8 Jan 1371 Stebbing Essex by 1368  
Buried Ulverscroft Priory      
Parents Henry Ferrers 2nd Lord Ferrers Isabel de Verdun Robert d'Ufford, 1st Earl of Suffolk Margaret de Norwich
Married  

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Gen 17 Henry Ferrers 4th Lord Ferrers of Groby ?Joan Poynings
Birth 16 Feb 1356 Tilty Abbey, Essex, England 1357 Basing, Hampshire, England
Death 3 Feb 1387/8 Woodham Ferrers, Essex 30 May 1394 Groby, Leicestershire, England
Parents William Ferrers 3th Lord Ferrers of Groby Margaret Ufford Lucas Poynings Isabel St John
Married 27 Apr 1371

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Gen 16 William Ferrers 5th Baron Ferrers of Groby Philippa Clifford Baroness Ferrers of Groby
Birth 25 Apr 1372 Bedfordshire, England 1371 Brough Castle, Westmorland, England
Death 18 May 1445 Woodham Ferrers, Essex, England by 9 Aug 1416  
Parents Henry Ferrers 4th Lord Ferrers of Groby ?Joan Poynings Roger de Clifford Maud Beauchamp
Misc.  

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Garbrand /Harkes Family Tree

Gen 13 Harkes Garbrand Elizabeth
Birth 1510 Holland Holland
Death 1592-1598 Oxford England before 1592
Misc. Book dealer Stationer

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Gen 12 Richard Harkes alias Garbrand Anne Ferrar
Birth 1550 by 25 Feb 1551(B)
Death by 23 Jan 1601/2 Oxford England 18 Oct 1609
Burial St. Mary Magdalen Church St. Mary Magdalen Church
Parents Harkes Garbrand  
Misc. Book dealer

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Greenslit/Greenslade Family Tree

Greenslade Name Meaning: English: topographic name for someone who lived near a fertile valley, from Middle English grene ‘green’ + slade ‘valley’, ‘dell’.

Gen 8 Thomas Greenslade/Greenslit1 Ann ?Poindexter?Poynter
Birth 1625 ?Salem, England ?3 Nov 1621 ?Devon, England 
Death AUG 1674 22 Sep 1692 Salem MA
Parents ?Edward Greenslade ?Thomas Poindexter ?Margaret Coke
Misc. Seaman Nurse
Marriage 1648/9  

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Ann was hung in the last group of the Salem Witch Trials


Hooker Family Tree

Hooker Name Meaning: English (mainly southeastern): variant of Hook which is from Middle English hoke, Old English hoc ‘hook’, in any of a variety of senses: as a metonymic occupational name for someone who made and sold hooks as agricultural implements or employed them in his work; as a topographic name for someone who lived by a ‘hook’ of land, i.e. the bend of a river or the spur of a hill; or as a nickname (in part a survival of an Old English byname) for someone with a hunched back or a hooked nose. A similar ambiguity of interpretation presents itself in the case of Crook. In some cases the surname May be habitational from any of various places named Hook(e), from this word, as for example in Devon, Dorset, Hampshire, Surrey, Wiltshire, and Worcestershire. Swedish (Hö(ö)k): nickname or a metonymic occupational name from hök ‘hawk’, a soldier’s name. , with the addition of the agent suffix -er.
Gen 14 Thomas Hooker Cecilia
Death 2 Sep 1559(W) - 27 Jan 1571-2(P)
Gen 13 Kenholm Hooker
Parents Thomas Hooker Cecilia

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Gen 12 Thomas Hooker1
Death 24 Jul 1635(B)  
Parents Kenholm Hooker

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Gen 11 Thomas Hooker1 Susannah Garbrand
Birth 5 Jul 1586 ca 1593
Death 7 Jul 1647 17 May 1676 Farmington CT
Parents Thomas Hooker Richard Garbrand ?Anne Ferrar
Misc. Minister Emmuel College Cambridge
Marriage 3 Apr 1621 Amersham Buck Co Rev. Robert Chaloner her aunt's husband rector of that parish

Thomas Hooker

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Leigh Family Tree

Leigh Name Meaning: English: habitational name from any of the numerous places (in at least sixteen counties, but especially Leigh in Lancashire) named either with the nominative case of Old English leah ‘woodland clearing’ (see Lee) or with leage, a late dative form of this word (see Lye).

Immigrant Anne Baynton of Massuchutes descents from Edward ! King of England and and his ancestors. This means we also descend from Charlemagne, See the list of gateway ancestors for the Order of the Crown of Charlemagne.

This is from the book by Gary Boyd Roberts. "The Royal Descents of 600 Immigrants : to the American Colonies or the United States Who Were Themselves Notable or Left Descendants Notable in American History. With a 2008 Addendum, Coda, and Final Addition." Gary Boyd Roberts is a premier genealogist for the New England Genealogical Society and this was published 2008 so it is very solid.

This line can be traced from me to William the Conqueror starting with my WikiTree profile.

William the Conqueror King of England
Bayeux Tapestry

Royal Ancestry William the Conqueror to Edward I to Isabel Leigh
1 William the Conqueror King of England = Matilda of Flanders
2 Henry I King of England = Edith of Scotland
3 Matilda Queen of England = Geoffrey V of Anjou
4 Henry II King of England = Eleanor of Aquitaine
5 King John King of England = Isabella of Angoulême
6 Henry III King of England, = Eleanor of Provence
7 Edward I, King of England = Eleanor of Castile
8. Joan Plantagenet = Gilbert de Clare, 3rd Earl of Gloucester,
7th Earl of Hertford
9. Elizabeth de Clare = Sir Theobald de Verdun
10 Isabel de Verdun = Henry Ferrers, 2nd Baron Ferrers of Groby
11 William Ferrers, 3rd Baron Ferrers of Groby = Margaret Ufford
12  Henry Ferrers, 4th Baron Ferrers of Groby = Joan Poynings
13 William Ferrers, 5th Baron Ferrers of Groby = Philippa Clifford
14 Elizabeth Ferrers (sister of Sir Thomas) = Sir William Colepepper (Culpeper)
15 Richard Culepepper = Isabel Worsley
16 Joyce Culepepper = (1) Ralph Leigh; (2) Lord Edmund Howard   
17 Isabel Leigh - half-sister of Katherine Howard, 5th Queen of Henry VIII = Sir Edward Baynton
Gen 15 Ralph Leigh Elizabeth Langley
Birth ca 1477 Stockwell, Lambeth, Surrey, England    
Death

22 Aug 1470

  2 Aug 1479
Buried Church of Abbey of S' Maria at Winchester.   Lambeth Chapel Stockwel
Parents John Leigh son of John Leigh and Alice Alcock   Henry Langley Esq son of Thomas Langley son of Henry Langley & Margaret Walden Catherine

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Gen 14 Ralph Leigh Joyce Culpeper
Birth ca 1477 Stockwell, Lambeth, Surrey, England ca 1480 Oxon Hoath, Hadlow, Kentmap
Death

6 Nov 1509

  after 1527
Parents Ralph Leigh Elizabeth Langley Sir Richard Culpeper of Oxon Hoath Isabel Worsley

Joyce Culpeper Howard
Joyce Culpeper children by Ralph Leigh
Joyce Culpeper children by Edmund Howard

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Mansfield Family Tree

Mansfield Name Meaning: English: habitational name from a place in Nottinghamshire. The early forms, from Domesday Book to the early 13th century, show the first element uniformly as Mam-, and it is therefore likely that this was a British hill-name meaning ‘breast’ (compare Manchester), with the later addition of Old English feld ‘pasture’, ‘open Canada West’ (see Field) as the second element.

This line can be traced from me to Charlemagnestarting with my WikiTree profile.

Royal Ancestry Charlemagne to Elizabeth Mansfield

1 Charlemagne King of the Franks and Hildegard of Vinzgouw 16 Joan de Somery and John IV le Strange
2 Louis the Pious and Ermengarde of Haspengau 17 John V le Strange and Maud de Walton
3 Lothair I and Ermengarde of Tours 18 John VI le Strange and Iseult - - - - - -
4 Ermengarde of Lorraine and Gilbert of Maasgau 19 Roger le Strange and Maud - - - - - -
5 Rainier I of Lorraine and Alberade - - 20 Sir Roger le Strange and Aline FitzAlan
6 Rainier II of Hainaut and Adelaide of Burgundy 21 Lucy le Strange and Sir William Willoughby
7 Rainier III of Hainault and Adela - - 22 Margery Willoughby and Sir William FitzHugh
8 Lambert I, Count of Louvain and Gerberga of Lower Lorraine 23 Maud FitzHugh and Sir William Bowes
9 Lambert II, Count of Louvain and Oda of Lorraine 24 Sir Ralph Bowes and Margery Conyers
10 Henry II, Count of Louvain and Adela of Orthen 25 Sir Ralph Bowes and Elizabeth Clifford
11 Gottfried I, Count of Louvain and Ide de Chiny 26 Margery Bowes and Sir Ralph Eure
12 Alice of Louvain and William d'Aubeney 27 Anne Eure and Lancelot Mansfield
13 William d'Aubeney and Maud de St. Hilary 28 John Mansfield and Elizabeth - - - - - -
14 William d'Aubeney and Mabel of Chester 29 Elizabeth Mansfield
15 Nichole d'Aubeney and Sir Roger de Somery    
Gen 13 Lancelot Mansfield Anne Eure1
Birth ca 1533  Skirpenbeck East Riding, Yorkshire,England
Death after 1587 Great Ormside, Westmorland, England
Parents Sir Ralph Eure Margery Rowles

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Gen 12 Sir John Mansfield Elizabeth2
Birth ca 1551-1553  ?Yorkshire ENG
Death 13 Jul - 31 Jul 1601 (w) 10 Feb 1633/4 (buried)
Parents Lancelot Mansfield Anne Eure

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McKnight Family Tree

McKnight Name Meaning: (Ulster) Anglicized form of Scottish Mac Neachtain, which is usually Anglicized as McNaughton. part translation of Gaelic Mac an Ridire ‘son of the horseman (Gaelic ridire)’.

Migration path for Jamrs McKnight Haplogroup I-FTC49967 Mutation Tracker

Description of Haplogroup Mutation Tracker

Gen 8 unknown McKnight  
Birth        
Death