Spacious house in

sunny Sarasota

to rent by the week or month

e-mail, German, French and Spanish also spoken, airport pick-up in Tampa or Sarasota on request.
Search this 5000 page website with
search tips advanced search
site search by freefind

List of pedigrees
Bland of Northern Neck Va.
Nicholas of Roundway
Hester of Fleming Co Ky
Author's DNA match comparisons
Visitors since 22nd March 2009:

It is really something to sing and dance about.
Dig up those old bones and get them dancing!

Change the two party system
so people against something like abortion
but for something like environmental protection never again get bigger and badder storms
and two bankrupting wars instead.

Find your roots!
Get DNA tested too!

Send contributions, additions and corrections and report faulty links!

Please use this blank formating file for additions and corrections in HTML and copy it into your e-mail!
If you want your entire peidgree to be posted in the InternetPlease fill in this free blank table pedigree with your pedigree data using you NotePad continuous text editor and attach it to an e-mail to the author of this site!

Wastneys 1: Gasteneys of Gasteneys, Wastneys Wastneis of Headon
Wa28. Sir Hardulf or Hardolphe Gasteneys b about 1080
m1 Rananilda
Wa27 Sir Robert Gasteneys b about 1110
Wa26 Sir Philip Gasteneys b about 1135
m Amphelia Morley dau and coheiress of Sir Robert Morley son of Hardulph, by Diva, daughter and heir of Robert, son of Walter de Morley
Wa25 Sir William Gasteneys of Colton b about 1140 In 1166 William de Wasteneys is stated to hold two knights fees, and Galfridus, or Jeffrey, one and a half knights fees, in the barony of Stafford.
m Margaret
Wa24 Sir William Gasteneys b about 1175
Wa23 Sir William Gasteneys b about 1205
m Constantia
Wa22 Sir John Gasteneys b about 1235
m Isabella Hay dau of German Hay of Acton
Wa21 Sir William Gasteneys b about 1270
m Joan Brett dau of Sir John Brett or Brott of Norfolk
Wa20 Sir Thomas Gasteneys or Wasteneys a 1344 b about 1300 In 1340 he acknowledged the manor of Colton to belong to his brother John saving two messuages, 51 acres of land ....
m Johana Toly dau of John Toly of Wymondham
Wa19 Thomasine Gasteneys or Wasteneys b about 1325
m Sir Nicholas de Gresley of Gresley b by 1350, d by 1389
Wa19-2+ other issue dsp - William, John, Thomas
Wa20-2 John Gasteneys a 1344
Wa21-2 John Gasteneys rector of Cranweys shown by Visitation as a generation earlier
Wa23-2 Sir William Gastneys or Gastneis 2nd
Visitation shows this branch separately from the above branch, apparently not recognising or disputing? that this Sir William was younger brother of the above Sir William as reported by BEB1841.
Wa23-2-1 Edmond Gastneis of Totwick a 1310
-1 Sir Hardolphe Gastneis a 1338 of Headon Notts
m1 Sibbell
1-1+ issue Thomas dvpsp, Joane
m2 Issabell Lexborne
-2 Sir Edmond Gastneys or Wastneis
BEB1841 reports Sir Edmond as great-grandfather of John of Headon. Visitation shows him as father of Edmond, father of John, father of William and then, in a separate section, shows descent from John of Headon. For the time being John of Headon is shown as 2nd cousin of the William shown in the first section of the Visitation record as presumption. The connection may, however, be over Wa25-2 if the pedigree on the website quoted there is all correct.
-2-1 Edmond Gastneys
1 John Gastneys
A William Gastneys
-2-2 ?? Gastneys
1 ?? Gastneys
A John Wastneis or Wastnes of Headon or Hedon a 1433 - continued below
m x Bussie of Lincolnshire
-3 Robert Gastneys
m Florence x
-4+ other issue - William, Reignald, Thomas
Wa25-2 Jeffrey Gasteney of Tixall reported by "Sir Hardolph Wastneys, Knight, descendant of this Sir William, resided at Headon in Notts, and was made a baronet. His great grandson Sir Hardolph, fourth baronet, died about the year 1760, and was the last of the name. Rose de Wasteneys, who sold Tixall to Sir Thomas Littleton, was descended from Paganus de Wasteneys, son of Jeffrey, and probably grandson of Sir Philip above-mentioned."
m2 Bartreia x
John Wastneis or Wastnes of Headon or Hedon a 1433 - continued above
m x Bussie of Lincolnshire
1. Robert Wastneis of Headon and Ousthrop
m Elizabeth Nelson dau of Thomas Nelson of Yorkshire
A. George Wastneis of Headon
m Elizabeth Blyth dau of William Blyth or Blithe of Derbyshire
i. George Wastneis of Headon
m Anne Basset dau of Richard Basset of Fledborough
a. George Wastneis of Headon
m Mary Melford
1 George or Gervase Wastneis of Headon a 1575
m Jane Reresby dau of Lyon Rereseby of Thribergh
A Sir Hardolph Wastneis or Wastneys, Sheriff of Nottinghmashire, 1st Bart of Headon a 1614
Visitation shows Sir Hardolph's wife as Jane, dau of John Delabogs of Misterton but indicates by showing her in brackets that the Harleian Society shows her as Jane, dau of Jervas Eyre of Keyton. The latter as as given in BEB1841 seems correct.
m Jane Eyre dau of Gervase Eyre of Keveton
i Sir Hardolph Wastneys, 2nd Bart of Headon b c1612, dsp 1672
m Anne Chichely dau of Sir Thomas Chichely of Wimpole
ii John Wastneys of Todwick
m _ Ireland of Lancashire
a Hardolph Wastneys dsp
m Mary Sandys dau of Col. William Sandys of Askham
b Sir Edward Wastneys, 3rd Bart of Headon d 12.03.1678
m Catherine Sandys dau of Col. William Sandys of Askham
1 Sir Hardolph Wastneys, 4th Bart of Headon dsp 17.12.1742
m Judith Johnson dau of Col. Richard Johnson of Bilsby
2 Catherine Wastneys
m Edward Hutchinson captain, son of Samuel ofBoston
A Catherine Hutchinson
m1 1728 John Bury of Nottingham
i Judith Laetitia Bury d 1800
m 1755 Anthony Eyre of Grove b 09.01.1727, d 14.02.1788
m2 sp Robert Sutton of Scafton
c+ other issue - Daniel dsp, Jane
iii Anne Wastneys
m John Rayner of East Drayton
iv Martha Wastneys
m Richard Tye of East Retford
v Jane Wastneys d 1678
m John Kirke of Eaton b 18.02.1625, d 1678
vi+ other issue - George, Mary d unm, Isabel d unm, Rosamunde d unm
B Daniel Wastneis
2+ other issue - John, Anne
b. Gefrey Wastneis
c. Anne Wastneis probably the Anne who married ...
m1 Sir John Mallory
m2 William Dalyson of Laughton d 12.1546
ii. Bartholomew Wastneis

Sources: BEB1841 Wastneys of Headon, Visitation Nottingham, 1569+1614 Wastneys
Return to top