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Lamb of Brocket Hall, Lamb of Melbourne, Lovelace of Hurley

John Lovelas in Wargrave b c 1465 d by 12.1518
m. Maud
1. John Lovelace of Hurley b c 149 d 25.08.1558
m1 Joan (a 1538, dsp)
m2 Grace Sampson d 12.11.1579, dau of Robert Sampson of Binfield
A. Richard Lovelace of Hurley b 21.04.1542, d 10.03.1601/2
m. Anne Warde (d before 12.02.1611-2, dau of Richard Warde of Hurst)
i. Richard Lovelace, Sheriff of Berkshire and Oxfordshire, 1st Lord of Hurley (b c1568, d 22.04.1634)
m1. (sp) Katherine Gyll (dau of George Gyll of Wydial)
m2. (c1615) Margaret Dodworth (b c1588, d 1652, dau of William Dodworth of London)
a. John Lovelace, 2nd Lord of Hurley (b c02.1616, d 24.09.1670)
m. (11.07.1638) Anne Wentworth, Baroness Wentworth (bpt 29.07.1623, d 07.05.1697, dau of Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Clevland)
(1) John Lovelace, 3rd Lord of Hurley (b c1640, d 27.09.1693)
m. (28.08.1662) Martha Pye b c1640, d c1704, dau of Sir Edmund Pye, Bart of Lekhampstead & Bradenham, by Catherine, dau of Thomas Lucas of Colchester & sister of John, 1st Baron Lucas of Shenfield
(A) Martha Lovelace, Baroness Wentworth (b c1667, dsp 18.07.1745
m 11.03.1692/3 Sir Henry Johnson of Friston Hall and of Blackwall b c1659 d 29.09.1719
(B)+ other issue (dvp) - John d y 2 daughters
(2) Anne Lovelace d unm
(3) Margaret Lovelace d 14.04.1671
m 30.10.1660 Sir William Noel, Bart of Kirby Mallory b c1632, d 13.04.1675 The barony of Wentworth later passed into the Noel family through this marriage.
(4) Dorothy Lovelace probably of this generation
m. Henry Drax of Barbados then Boston dsps
b. Francis Lovelace, Governor of New York (a 1670)
(1) William Lovelace of Hurst d 1676 BE1883 identifies William's wife as Mary King dau of William King of Iver but TCP identifies her as ...
m Mary Nevill sis of Sir Edward Nevill, Bart of Grove
(A) John Lovelace, 4th Lord, Governor of New York (d 06.05.1709)
m. (c20.10.1702) Charlotte Clayton (d 12.04.1749, dau of Sir John Clayton)
(i) John Lovelace, 5th Lord (d young c20.05.1709)
(ii) Nevil Lovelace, 6th Lord (b c1708, d unm 28.07.1736)
(iii) Martha Lovelace (d 05.03.1788)
m. (25.06.1739) Lord Henry Beauclerk (b 11.08.1701, d 05.01.1761, Colonel)
c. Elizabeth Lovelace
m. Henry Martin (son of Sir Henry)
d. Martha or Margaret Lovelace
m. (22.04.1633) Sir George (not John) Stonehouse, 3rd Bart (b 1608, d c1675)
ii. Henry Lovelace had issue
iii. Ursula Lovelace
m. John Hercy of Cruchfield
iv. Colubery Lovelace probably of this generation
m. Richard Beke of Haddenham
a. Sarah Beke
m. (1624) Alexander Croke of Studley Priory
B. Henry Lovelace
i. Richard Lovelace
C.+ other issue - John, Thomas (dsp), Arthur, Elizabeth
2. William Lovelace of Culham
A. issue - John (b c1541), William, daughters
3. Joan Lovelace
?? Lamb
1. Peniston Lamb of Lincoln's Inn (dsp 31.01.1734)
2. Matthew Lamb of Southwell (d 29.01.1735)
BE1883 starts with the above Peniston Lamb and then mentions his nephews, Robert and Matthew, and niece Elizabeth. TCP confirms that Robert and Matthew were sons of Matthew Lamb of Southwell. It is an assumption that Elizabeth was their sister (rather than cousin).
A. Robert Lamb, Bishop of Peterborough (d unm)
B. Sir Matthew Lamb, 1st Bart of Brocket Hall (d 06.11.1768)
m. Charlotte Coke (dau of Thomas Coke of Melbourne, sister/heir of George)
i. Sir Peniston Lamb of Brocket Hall, 1st Viscount Melbourne of Kilmore, Baron of Melbourne (b 29.01.1748, d 22.07.1828)
m. (13.04.1769) Elizabeth Milbanke (d 06.04.1818, dau of Sir Ralph Milbanke, 5th Bart of Halnaby)
a. Peniston Lamb (b 03.05.1770, dvp unm 24.01.1805)
b. William Lamb, 2nd Viscount Melbourne (b 15.03.1779, d 24.11.1848, Prime Minister)§E§
m. (03.06.1805) Caroline Ponsonsby (b 13.11.1785, d 26.01.1828, dau of Frederick Ponsonby, 3rd Earl of Bessborough)
(1) George Augustus Frederick Lamb (b 11.08.1807, dvp unm 27.11.1836)
c. Frederick James Lamb, Lord of Beauvale, 3rd Viscount Melbourne (b 17.04.1782, dsp 29.01.1853)
m. (25.02.1841) Alexandrina Julia Theresa Wilhelmina Sophia (dau of Joachim Charles Louis Mortimer, Count of Maltzan)
d. George Lamb (b 11.07.1784, dsp 02.01.1834)
m. (1809) Caroline Rosalie St. Jules
e. Emily Mary Lamb (b 21.04.1787, d 11.09.1869)
m1. (20.07.1805) Peter Leopold Cowper, 5th Earl Cowper (b 06.05.1778, d 27.06.1837)
m2. (16.12.1839) Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston (b 20.10.1784, dsp 18.10.1865, Prime Minister)
f. Harriet Anne Lamb (d 09.06.1803)
ii. Charlotte Lamb (b 01.11.1743, d 01.04.1790)
m. (29.05.1766) Henry Belasyse, 2nd Earl Fauconberg (b 13.04.1743, d 23.03.1802)
C. Elizabeth Lamb
m. Henry Middletich (Rev.)

Main source(s):
(1) For Lovelace (uploaded 01.11.04) : TCP (Lovelace of Hurley), BE1883 (Lovelace of Hurley)
(2) For Lamb (uploaded 23.12.05) : BE1883 (Lamb of Melbourne), TCP (Melbourne)
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