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Blackwell of Mortlake, Ashe of Weldwinding and Cornerd, Maxwell of Spottes and Orchardston, Croc of Chesterton, Loges of Chesterton, Lee of London
John Blackwell of Mortlake, Sheriff of Surrey b 25.08.1594, bur 02.01.1658
m1 1621 Julianna d 1640
1. John Blackwell of Mortlake, Governor of Pennsylvania b 08.03.1624, d 1701
m1 09.06.1647 Elizabeth Smithsby d 03.1669, dau of James Smithsby, probably cousin of Thomas Smithsby
A. Sir Lambert Blackwell, 1st Bart of Sprowston Hall, Norfolk d 27.10.1727, ambassador, MP, "one of the younger children"
m Elizabeth Herne b 24.05.1678, d 12.10.1729, dau of Sir Joseph Herne by Elizabeth, dau of Sir John Frederick, Lord Mayor of London
i. Sir Charles Blackwell, 2nd Bart b c1700, d 18.07.1741
m Anne Clayton dau of Sir William Clayton, Bart of Merden, m2. Thomas, Bishop of Rochester
a. Sir Lambert Blackwell, 3rd Bart of Sprowston Hall b 1730-1, d unm 09.05.1801
b. daughter
ii. Elizabeth Blackwell d 21.03.1774
m 1726 Sir Robert Lawley
B.+ 16 others
m2 1672? Frances Lambert dau of John Lambert
R.+ daughter?
2.+ 9 other children
m2 09.03.1642 Martha Smithsby bur 28.04.1652, dau of Thomas Smithsby in Hampton Court
11.+ 8 other children
m3 12.03.1657 Mary Rose m2 Col. John Okey
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William Ashe, lord of Weldwinding Hertfordshire & Cornerd Suffolk
m Margaret Somersham dau/coheir of Hohn Somersham of Asham, lord of Cornerd
1. William Ashe
m Elizabeth
A. Elizabeth Ashe
m Thomas Frowick of the Old Fold
2. Elizabeth Ashe
m1 Robert Mosley
m2 Thomas Brockett of Brockett Hall b c1393
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Sir Robert Maxwell of Spottes and Orchardston d before 31.10.1615
m1 Elizabeth Gordon dau of John Gordon of Auchinreach
m2 Sara or Grisel Johnstone dau of Sir John Johnstone of Johnstone
Although some web sites show Elizabeth Gordon as mother of Sir Robert, we have yet to see confirmation of who was the mother of ...
1. Sir Robert Maxwell, 1st Bart of Orchardtoun Orchardstoun or Orchardton a 0.1663
m Mary or Anne MacLellan d 1650, dau of Robert MacLellan, 1st Lord Kirkcudbright
A. Sir Robert Maxwell of Waringstown, co. Down, 2nd Bart dsp 1693
m1 1668 Anne Carey d 25.01.1689, dau of Henry Carey, 2nd Earl of Monmouth
B. Anne Maxwell
m before 1642 John MacLellan, 3rd Lord Kirkcudbright d 1664-5
2. Thomas Maxwell mentioned in TSP Nithsdale as 3rd son of Sir Robert Maxwell of Orchardton and married to ...
m Elizabeth Glendoning dau/heir of William Glendoning of Gelston, widow of John Maxwell, brother of Robert, 4th Earl of Nithsdale
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William Croc
m ?? dau of Richard 'Chienewe' of Chesterton, hunstman/forester a temp William I who r. 1066-1087
1. Walter Croc of Chesterton
2. William Croc of Chesterton
A. William Croc of Chesterton
B. Margery Croc
m Robert de Brock of Chesterton d c1195
i. Margery de Brock d before 1232
m Hugh de Loges of Chesterton just below
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Hugh de Loges of Chesterton
m Margery de Brock d before 1232, dau of Robert de Brock of Chestertonjust above
1. Hugh de Loges of Chesterton a 1267
A. Richard de Loges of Chesterton d 1293
i. Richard de Loges of Chesterton d 1300
m Elizabeth m2. John de Saunderstede
a. Elizabeth de Loges b c1296, d 1315
m Nicholas de Warrewyk of Chesterton son of Nicholas
1 John de Warrewyk, later de Loges of Chesterton d 1349
A John de Loges a 1343, dvpsp
B Eleanor de Loges
m John de Peyto of Chesterton son of William
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Commoners reported that the following Thomas was "descended from the very ancient family of Lee, of Cotton, in Shropshire".
Thomas Lee of London
m Anne Warner dau of Harman Warner, sister of John, Bishop of Rochester
1. John Lee, later Lee-Warner d 12.06.1679, Canon & Archdeacon of Rochester
m1 ??
m2 Thomazin Acton dau of Francis Acton of London
A. Lee Lee or Lee-Warner dsp 04.03.1698
m Catherine Hampson dau of Henry Hampson
m3. Anne English dau of Henry English of Maidstone
B. Henry Lee or Lee-Warner of Danejohn or Dangon or Donjon, Canterbury, Kent d 06.09.1734, Colonel
m c10.1679 Dorothy Howe d 27.07.1727, dau of Sir George Grubham Howe, 1st Bart of Berwick St. Leonard & Knoll Park
i. Henry Lee-Warner of Walsingham Abbey Norfolk & Knoll Park Somerset b 23.07.1681, d 13.12.1760, 3rd son
m Mary Mills dau of Samuel Mills of Nackington
a. Henry Lee-Warner of Walsingham Abbey b 22.11.1722, d unm 12.07.1804
b. John Lee-Warner b 1736, d unm bur 03.06.1794
c. Thomas Lee-Warner b 1736, d 14.01.1768, Captain
m Anne Wright d 14.02.1784, dau of Thomas Wilson Wright of Wighton
1 Anne Lee-Warner b 05.06.1764, d 15.08.1807
m1 19.03.1782 Charles Elsden Bagge of Quebec House d 29.04.1799, son of Rev. Charles
Their surviving sons assumed the name Lee-Warner.
m2 17.11.1800 Thomas Bagge of Stradsett Hall & Islington Hall
ii. Elizabeth Lee-Warner
m Samuel Arnold rector of Nettleton
iii. Anne Lee-Warner d 18.06.1761
m mcrt 04.08.1716 Richard Huntley d 17.04.1728, rector of Boxwell & Castlecombe
One of their grandchildren inherited Walsingham Abbey and assumed the name Lee-Warner.
iv.+ other issue d unm - John d infant, George d infant, Samuel dsp 12.10.1724, Dorothy d 15.06.1746, Mary d 12.05.1742
C.+ other issue - Thomas, Anne, Lucie

Main sources:
1 BEB1841 Blackwell of Sprowston , TCB vol V, Blackwell of Sprowston, + article by W.F.L. Nuttall on Governor John Blackwell in 'The Pennsylvania Magazine of History & Biography' vol 88, no. 2, April 1964
2 Mundy's Middlesex Pedigrees 1914, Frowick of the Old Fold
3 various web sites plus cross-references from elsewhere in the database
4 VCH Warwickshire vol 5 1949, Chesterton
5 Commoners vol IV, Lee Warner of Walsingham Abbey and Brydges of Tiberton Court, BLG1952 Lee-Warner formerly of Walsingham Abbey and Tyberton Court
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