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Gore 1

: Gore of Barrow Court, Gore of London, Gore of Manor Gore, Gore of Clonroad, Gore of Derryluskan
John Gore of London and East Ham b c 1485 d 1575
m x ?Gerard
1. Gerard Gore b c 1516, d 11.12.1607, alderman of London
m c 1550 in Davenant Land Essex Helen Davenant d 13.02.1607-8, dau of Ralph Davenant of Davenant Land
A. Richard Gore of London d 1622
m Mary Albany dau of William Albany
i.+ 7 daughters
B. Thomas Gore dsp
m Susan Lanquhart dau of Hans Lanquhart
C. Gerard Gore had issue
m Mary Crane
D. Sir John Gore, Lord Mayor of London d 1636
m Hester Campbell dau of Sir Thomas Campbell
i. Sir John Gore of Gilstone d 1659
m Bridget Harington dau of Sir Edward Harington, Bart
ii. William Gore of Morden d 1662
m Jane Smith dau of Thomas Smith of Tedworth
a. Sir Thomas Gore 'of Barrrow Court' d 1675
m Philippa Tooker sister of Sir Giles Tooker of Maddington
1 William Gore d 1718 had issue
2 Thomas Gore d before 1725 had issue
3 Edward Gore of Flaxburton d 1742
m Arabella Smyth sister of Sir John Smyth, Bart of Long Ashton
A Edward Gore of Barrow Court d 1801, 2nd son
m Barbara Browne dau of Sir George Browne, 3rd Bart of Kiddington Park
i William Gore, later Gore-Langton of Newton Park b 12.1760, d 1847
m1 1783 Bridget Langton dau of Joseph Langton of Newton Park @see here@
a William Gore-Langton of Combe Hay b 1787, dvp had issue
m 1822 Jacintha Frances Dorothea Collins dau of Henry Powell Collins of Hatch Beauchamp
b+ other issue - Edward b 1789, d 03.03.1860, John, Frances Matilda
m2 Mary Browne dau of John Browne of Salperton
e+ William Henry of Clifton b 1802, d 1875, had issue, John Frederick d 27.10.1834, Mary Henreitta d 01.04.1890, Caroline Maria
ii Charles Gore of Barrow Court Rev.
m 1798 Harriet Little dau of Richard Little of Grosvenor Place
a+ issue - Montagu of Barrow Court b 1800, d unm 09.1864, Sheriff of Somerset, William Charles, George of Barrow Court a 1882
4 Jane Gore
m1 _ Raymond
m2 Richard Baskerville of Richardston
5 Anne Gore
m y Stear
iii Gerard Gore b c 1600
iv Abigail Gore b by 1610 d aft 19 Feb 1674
m Robert Busby
-1 John Busby of Addington b 1630 d 1700 Addington Berks m1 Judith Mainwaring + ch m2 3 Nov 1662 Mary Dormer
-2 Robert Busby
-3 William Busby
-1-1 Hester Busby b 7 Dec 1661 Ridge Hertford d 1724 m Thomas Egerton
-1-2 Thomas Busby DD
-1-3 Richard Busby
-1-4 Abigail Busby m Bagshaw
-1-5 Arabella Busby
-1-1-1 Elizabeth Egerton b 1679 d 1720 m 15 Sep 1698 Peter Leigh
-1-1-2 John Egerton b 12 Feb 1679 London d 8 Jul 1724 Cheshire m Elizabeth BArbour
-1-1-3 William Egerton LLD b 6 Jul 1682 d 26 Feb 1737 Penhurst Kent m Anne Head
-1-1-1-1 Dr Egerton Leigh b by 30 Mar 1702 Cheshire d 5 Feb 1760 in West Hall, High Legh, Cheshire m 1724 in Gr Budworth Cheshire Anne Yates
-1-1-2-1 Samuel Egerton b 1711 Prees Shropshire d 10 Feb 1780 Rostherne m Beatrice Copley
-1-1-3-1 Jemima Egerton b 13 Oct 1728 Penhurst Kent d 14 Dec 1809 Wootton m Edward Brydges
-1-1-1-1-1 Peter Leigh BCL b 1725 WEst Hall High Legh Cheshire d 1758 Broadwell Manor Gloucester m Mary Doughty
-1-1-1-1-2 Thomas Leigh b 1732 West Hall d 15 Jan 1808 Rosthorne Old Hall Cheshire m Susannah Jackson
-1-1-3-1-1 John William Head Brydges d 6 Sep 1839 m Isabella Anne Beresford
-1-1-3-1-2 Samuel Egerton Brydges Baronet
-1-1-1-1-1-1 Egerton Leigh JP, DL b 1752 Ledbury Hereford d 1833 Jodrell Hall Cheshire
-1-1-1-1-2-1 Thomas Leigh b 20 Oct 1759 Rostherne Old Hall d 20 Dec 1844 m Elizabeth REddish
-1-1-3-1-1-1 Isabella Anne Louisa Brydges b 13 Dec 1815 d 12 Mar 1872 m Hon Stephen Ponsonby Peacocke
E. William Gore d 16.07.1624, alderman of London
m Jane Lee dau of Sir Robert Lee, Lord Mayor of London
F. Sir Paul Gore, 1st Bart of Manor Gore d 09.1629, 8th/youngest son
m Isabella Wickliffe dau of Francis Wickliffe or Wycliffe
i. Sir Ralph Gore, 2nd Bart of Manor Gore d before 01.02.1661-2
m 1640 Anne Caulfeild dau of William Caulfeild, 2nd Lord of Charlemont
a. Sir William Gore, 3rd Bart of Manor Gore
m Hannah Hamilton b 1651, d 16.05.1733, dau of James Hamilton of Manor Hamilton
1 Sir Ralph Gore, 4th Bart of Manor Gore and Manor Hamilton Chancellor of the Exchequer, Speaker of the House of Commons
m1 1705 Elizabeth Colvill dau of Sir Robert Colvill of Newtown
A Hannah Gore
m 28.06.1727 John Donnellan
B Rose Gore
m 07.1733 Rt. Hon. Anthony Malone uncle of Richard, Lord Sunderlin
m2 Elizabeth St. George Ashe d 07.12.1741, dau of St. George Ashe, Bishop of Clogher
C Sir St. George Gore, later St. George, 5th Bart of Manor Gore b 25.06.1722, dsp 25.09.1746
m 22.09.1743 Anne Burton d 23.04.1745, dau of Francis Burton of Buncraggy, sister of Lord Conyngham
D Sir Ralph Gore, 6th Bart, Earl of Ross b 23.11.1725, d before 16.09.1802, Lt. General
m1 23.02.1754 Catherine Connolly dsp 04.05.1771, dau of Rt. Hon. Thomas Connolly
m2 22.10.1773 Alice Clements dau of Nathaniel Clements, sister of Robert, Lord Leitrim
i Ralph Gore, 'Viscount Belleisle' dvpsp 1789
E Richard Gore of Sandymount b 16.10.1728
m 01.06.1766 Martha Fiott d 10.1773, dau of Rev. Thomas Fiott of Guernsey
i Sir Ralph Gore, 7th Bart d 20.03.1842 had issue
m 22.05.1802 Grace Maxwell d 19.06.1806, dau of Barry Maxwell, Earl of Farnham
ii Anthony Gore b 05.09.1760, d 23.09.1836
m 1780 Judith Dobree
a Martha Gore d 1811
m Anthony Priaulx d 12.08.1820
b Harriett Gore d 03.06.1857
m 06.08.1828 Thomas Fiott de Havilland of Havilland Hall d 23.02.1866, Colonel
iii Thomas Gore b 11.11.1767, d 04.06.1834, rector of Mulrancan had issue
m 22.09.1810 Elizabeth Margaret Corbet d 1856, dau of Robert Corbet of Corbet Hill
Ancestors of 9th and later baronets.
iv Louisa Gore d 1816
m Rt. Hon. St. George Daly judge
v Elizabeth Gore b 1757
F Jane Gore b 25.01.1719
m 1744 Chidley Coote of Mount Coote d 24.02.1764
G Elizabeth Gore b 17.3.1720
m 06.04.1743 Frederick Cary Hamilton son of Henry Cary of Dungiven
H Catherine Gore b 07.11.1723
m 14.06.1744 James Daly of Carrownekelly
I Mary Gore
m 27.10.1762 Frederick Gore dsp 1764 see below
2 William Gore, Dean of Down d 06.01.1731
m Honora Prittie d 1767, dau of Henry Prittie of Dunalley
A William Gore, Bishop of Limerick d 25.02.1784, 2nd son
m1 sp Mary Coote dau of Chidley Coote of Coote Hall
m2 Mary French d 25.03.1822, dau of William French of Oak Port, Dean of Armagh
i William Gore of the Heath d 01.09.1832 had issue
m 07.1788 Maria Head d 11.1848, dau of Michael Head of Derry
B Henry Gore d 1787, Lt. Colonel, 4th son
m 14.05.1749 Elizabeth Gould d 1774, dau of Sir Nathaniel Gould of Hackney
i son d young
C Frederick Gore dsp 1764, Provost-Marshal-General for Ireland
BE1883 shows the Frederick who was Provost Marshal General as a younger brother of Dean William rather than a younger son with this Frederick as a different Frederick. We follow BP1934 Gore.
m1 1751 Mary Molesworth b 08.05.1726, dau of John Molesworth, 2nd Viscount Molesworth of Swords
m2 27.10.1762 Mary Gore dau of Sir Ralph Gore, 4th Bart @@ above
D Catherine Gore d before 14.12.1781
m 31.01.1729 Rt. Hon. Nathaniel Clements
E Elizabeth Gore
m Robert Brereton vicar of Aghmacart
F+ other issue - Ralph d young, Hamilton d 1775, Captain RN, Francis
ii. Sir Arthur Gore, 1st Bart of Newtown Gore d 26.12.1697
m Eleanor St. George dau of Sir George St. George, Bart of Carrick
iii. Henry Gore d 02.11.1651, Lt. Colonel
m Mary Blayney dau of Robert Blayney of Tregonan
a. Frances Gore
m1 Sir Robert King, 1st Bart of Rockingham d 1708
m2 Robert Choppyn of Newcastle
iv. Sir Francis Gore of Artarman d 02.1713
m Anne Parke dau of Robert Parke of Newtown
v. Sidney Gore
m Lewis Wingfield of Scurmore
vi. Angel Goreprobably of this generation
m Edward Archdale of Castle Archdale b 1604
vii. Elizabeth Goreprobably of this generation
m Henry Wray of Castle Wray
G. Margaret Gore b 1565 d 1602
m Reginald Williams of Willaston
-1 Thomas Williams of Willaston a 1623 m Elizabeth Price dau of John Price of Gogarthan/Gogerddan
-2 Edward Williams a 1642, 6th son< m Mary Palmer dau of Robert Palmer of Hill
-3 Blanch Williams m John Forster of Rodington
-4 Elizabeth Williams m Sir Richard Hussey
-5 Gerrard Williams dsp
-6 Richard Williams a 1623
-7 Gresham Williams dsp
-8 Reginald Williams
-9 Christopher Williams
-1-1 Reginald Williams a 1623 m Anna Towneshend dau of John Towneshend of Winforton
-1-2 Bridget Williams m m Thomas Williams of Winington
-1-3 John Williams
-1-4 Thomas Williams
-1-5 Elizabeth Williams
-1-6 Anne Williams
-2-1 Reginald Williams b c 1625
-2-2 Mary Williams b c 1630
-1-1-1 Thomas Williams
-1-1-2 Anna Williams
H. Ralph Gore b c 1564 London
I Robert Gore b c 1564 London d 26 May 1617
J Blanch Gore b 1568 London
2 Richard Gore b c 1520
2-1? possibly here or = above was:
Richard Gore b c 1550
m c 1579 Mary Ivye b c 1556
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of no established relation to the above was:
Go14. John Gore b c 1350, claimed to hold the lands for her life m Emma wid of Robert Selyman of d by 1374
In the early 12th century Hawise, Abbess of Romsey, enfeoffed a knight named Herlewin with a hide of land in Ashton, Edington, and Bradley, and also land which a certain Alric had formerly held at a rent of 10s. (fn. 129) Alric was probably one of the abbey's English tenants in 1086. (fn. 130) About 1170 Abbess Juliana confirmed these and other lands to Richard, son of Michael, son of Herlewin; they included hide in Semington held freely, hide there held by 10s. a year, hide in Ashton freely, 1 virgate in Edington freely, and land at Feltham there by a rent of sheep and honey. (fn. 131) In the mid-13th century at least some of these lands were held by Peter FitzMichael of Semington, and then by his widow Alice; (fn. 132) they granted away some estates in Edington, reserving rents which in 1293 were payable to William of Semington. (fn. 133) It seems likely that the Semington lands of this family passed, probably by the marriage of an heiress, to the Tinhead family. John of Tinhead held a yardland in Semington in 1281, (fn. 134) but in 1329 a larger estate there, described as a carucate of land, was settled on another John of Tinhead and his wife Margaret. They had a daughter Maud, (fn. 135) who may have married as her first husband a Percy of Great Chalfield. (fn. 136) In 1340 she was the wife of Robert Selyman, who held the carucate by the old rent of 10s. (fn. 137) They had a son Robert who was dead by 1374; in that year John Gore, who had married Robert's widow Emma, claimed to hold the lands for her life. (fn. 138) What happened to them after her death is not clear, but in the middle of the 15th century lands formerly occupied by Robert Selyman and later by Emmot Percy were held by Robert Long. (fn. 139) This Robert Long, the first known member of the family who possessed Wraxall, (fn. 140) held at that time another estate in Semington, which had belonged to John of Lilleshulle in 1340, (fn. 141) and afterwards to John Gore. (fn. 142) These two properties, first called the manor of SEMINGTON in 1522, (fn. 143) descended in the Long family as did Wraxall to Sir Robert Long, who succeeded his father Sir Henry in 1556. (fn. 144) In the following year he renewed a lease of the manor to Thomas Long, farmer of Semington, who already held it for life. (fn. 145) At an unknown date, before 1591, (fn. 146) the freehold was sold to the Brouncker family, lords of the manor of Melksham. In 1598 Henry Brouncker sold the manor house of Semington and a considerable amount of land there to John Lowe of Orcheston St. Mary. (fn. 147) At Lowe's death in 1632 this property was described as the mansion house and farm of Semington; he had since bought two other properties there which had belonged to Thomas Long and Robert Flower. (fn. 148) The whole estate, usually still referred to as the manor of Semington, descended to Lawrence Lowe, on whom it was settled when he married Lucy, daughter of Thomas Pile of Baverstock, in 1679. He apparently left no issue, for in 1689 his widow joined with Thomas Chaffin, Edward Lowe, and Robert Hyde in releasing his estates to Thomas Freke and Thomas Pile. Freke died without issue in 1698, leaving his estates to Pile and to Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Freke of Hannington, for their lives, with remainder to George Pitt of Stratfield Saye (Hants), who had married Lucy, Lawrence Lowe's widow. The life interests terminated in 1714, (fn. 149) and the manor descended from George Pitt to his grandson George, Baron Rivers (d. 1803), who held it in 1780. By 1800 it had been sold to the Duke of Somerset. (fn. 150) In 1838 the Somerset estate consisted chiefly of Manor Farm, Church Farm, and Littleton Wood Mill Farm, in all about 350 a. (fn. 151) It has remained the property of the dukes of Somerset until the present century. (fn. 152)

Sources: BP1934 Temple of Stowe, BP1934 Gore, BE1883 Gore, Earl of Ross
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