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Washington 1100 to 1500 Washington of Warton, Washington of Washington
Wa26 Sir Patric FitzDolfin of Offerton
Wa25 William de Hertburn or de Wessington or Washington (b c1180) The family continued to live at Washington until 1399, when, on the death without issue of another William, seventh in descent from William de Hertburn, Washington was devolved on a cousin, also called William, who was the last of that name to own the Manor. The manor continued in the possession of Washington descendents (Tempests, Mallorys and Blakestons) until it was sold in 1613 to the Bishop of Durham. It is uncertain whether this William was the son of Sir Patric FitzDolfin or of Geoffrey Bayand/Baiart/Baird. at present, Dolfin of Raby seems the more likely father, who in turn was the son of Uchtred of Raby and grandson of Gospatrick of Northumberland.
Wa24. William de Wessyngton b c 1180 Welleburne, Westmorland d c 1239
m Alix of Lexington
Wa23 Sir Walter de Wessyngton b c1212, d 14 May 1284 Battle of Lewis
m Joan de Whitchester
Wa22-1 possibly of this family and generation:
John Washington of Washington b about 1215
-1 Matilda Washington b about 1245
m 1252 James Lawrence of Washington & Sedgwick Lancashire b about 1230
Wa22 Sir William de Wessyngton b about 1255 d 1290
m Margaret de Morville daughter of y de Morville
Wa21 Robert de Wessington of Milbourne' later Washington b about 1280 d 1324 moved from Washington to Warton in Lancashire after marriage.
m Joan de Strickland dau of
Sir William de Stirkeland/Strickland) of Sizergh Castle near Kendal in 1292
Wa20 Robert de Washington of Carnforth b about 1315 d 1348
m Agnes de Gentyl
Wa19 John de Washington b about 1340 d 1408
m Joan de Croft
Wa18 John de Washington of Tewitfield b c1385, d 1423
Wa17 Robert Washington of Whitfield b c1404, d 07 Dec 1483
m Margaret Lambertson
Wa16-1 Richard Washington (b 1432)
Wa16-2 John Washington b c 1439, d c 1499
Wa16-2-1 Robert Washington b c 1470 d c1517
m1 Amy Whethill d 1528, dau of Adrian Whetehill of Calais
Wa16-2-1-1+ issue - Anne, Henry, Lambert, Launcelot, Mary, Richard, Robert
m2 ??
Wa16-2-1-8 Thomas Washington ?=
Wa16 Robert Washington of Warton b c 1455, d 1528
m1 (c1464) Elizabeth Westfield (d c1470)
Wa15 John Washington of Warton (b before 1467, d c1528)
m Margaret Kytson dau of Thomas Kytson and granddau of Sir Robert Kytson, a freeman of the Mercers Company who amassed great riches trading in Flanders. He was knighted and in 1533 became the Sheriff of London.
Wa14 Lawrence Washington, 1st of Sulgrave (b c1500, d 19.02.1584) Lawrence left Warton, where he was employed by Sir William Parr, uncle of Henry VIIIís last Queen, and moved about 1530 to Northamptonshire, where Parr had large interests. At about this time he married Elizabeth Gough, widow of a rich woolstapler of the town of Northampton. Here he flourished as a wool merchant to become Mayor in 1532. He already acquired land in the county, and leased a house in the village of Sulgrave, when the opportunity fell to him in 1539, at the dissolution of the minor monastic houses, to buy from the Crown for the sum of L32414s 10d. the manor of Sulgrave, which had belonged to the Priory of St. Andrew at Northampton. His first wife died childless shortly after this, and then he married another widow, He was Mayor of Northampton again in 1545, parts of his house are still to be seen. The date at which the house was completed can be fixed by architectural evidence at about 1560
m1 c 1518 Elizabeth Gough (dsp)
m2 c 1538 Amy Pargiter widow Tomson d 06 Oct 1564, dau of Robert Partiger of Greatworth neighboring Sulgrave
Wa14-2 other issue - Nicholas Washington (b c1502
Wa14-3 Leonard Washington b c 1505
Wa14-4 Peter Washington (b c1507
Wa14-5 Thomas Washington (b c 1510
Wa14-6 Jane (b c 1515
Wa14-7 Welthian Washington b c 1505 Terwhitfield Lancashire
m Thomas Stanton III son of Thomas Stanton Jr and Katherine Washington
Wa14-8+ 5 other daughters
m2 (c1467) Jane Whittington
Wa15-2 Thomas Washington b 1471 ?= m Anne DUCKET b c 1475
Wa15-3 Eleanor Washington (b c1473)
m James Mason
m3. Agnes Bateman
Wa18/17-2 probably hereWilliam Washington had dau. Eleanor/Alianora (d 02.01.1451/2) who married Sir William Tempest of Studely, Hertford and Trefford
Wa19-2 Agnes de Washington
m Edmund Laurence (MP)
(a) Sir Robert Laurence, Sheriff of Lancashire

Sources: 'RoyalData', http://users.legacyfamilytree.com/USPresidents
http://www.ancestryuk.com/WashingtonAncestry.htm
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