RefNoJC/22/217
Alternative Reference numberJC/1368
TitlePedigrees, etc.
DescriptionPedigrees and genealogical notes for the following families:

(94) Ackam;
(-) Bagshawe
(2) Barbeck;
(1) Beresford;
(2) Birbeck;
(3) Booker;
(4-5) Brailsford;
(6-14) Bright;
(3,5) Brown;
(74) Burgoyne;
(15) Burnell;
(16-18) Cadman;
(53) Caister;
(19-20) Carr;
(21-25) Cavendish;
(26) Cheney;
(27) Cloudsley;
(28) Columbus;
(29-32) Coates;
(33) Cooke;
(-) Cunliffe;
(34) Darwin;
(93) Ellison;
(35-36) Eyre;
(74) Fernell;
(53) Folds;
(37-45) Foljambe;
(46) Fowler;
(104-109) Furnival;
(47-48) Gidler;
(-) Gotham
(-) Hale;
(49-52) Hall;
(53) Hawley;
(54) Horton;
(55-59) Hoyland;
(-) Jackson pedigree
(60) Iliff;
(61) Isherwood;
(-) Islewood;
(33,62) Jackson;
(63) Laycocke;
(no page) Lee;
(16) Livingstone;
(64) Machon;
(56-59) Marshall;
(-) Mastin family records
(65) Meynell;
(66) Morewood;
(67) Mower / Mowen;
(49,50,68) Munbee;
(-) Outram pedigree
(69-70) Owen;
(71) Parker;
(72) Peace;
(73) Phipps;
(36) Radford;
(75) Revell;
(74,76,77) Rimington;
(96) Robinson;
(78-83,120) Rodgers;
(83,84) Scott;
(121) Shirley;
(110) Skinner;
(85,134) Sleigh;
(86-88) Stacey / Stacye;
(89-92, 127) Staniforth;
(93) Strelley / Strelleys;
(126) Tarleton;
(100-101, 124-125) Taylor;
(74) Tudor;
(123) Wadsworth;
(94-95) Warton;
(111) Westby;
(96-102, 135-136) Wilson;
(94) Windle;
(112-118) Wingfield;
(105) Withers;
(53) Woodcock (with Hawley);
(122) Woolhouse;
(106) Wragg;
(107) Wright.
(-) Warton


The following transcriptions:

(108) will of Thomas Deakin, merchant of Sheffield, James Wilson, solicitor, John Newton Mappin, pearl cutter and brewer, and Samuel Scott Deakin, merchant, all of Sheffield are appointed executors. He leaves £3,000 to endow a home for single women in Sheffield and bequests to his nephews Samuel Scott Deakin and Brightmore Deakin, his nieces Phoebe, Hannah Mary and Emma Deakin, and to his friend Richard Tongue and his two maiden sisters, will 24 May 1844, codicil 18 Mar 1846; probate 1849.

(110) will of Samuel Foxlow of Staveley, his beneficiaries are his son Thomas, his daughter Ann, and his wife (un-named) 13 Feb 1793.

(111) The original will of Joseph Mastin, builder, of New Porter Street, Sheffield. Beneficiaries are his wife Mary Ann, his son William, his daughters Mary and Ann, his sisters Ann Ackerman and Mary Mastin, the Girls' Charity School in Sheffield. Joseph Rodley and Mary Ann Mastin to be his executors. He mentions 5 dwelling houses in Cleveland Terrace, 12 Cottage: in Broomspring Lane, 17 and 19 New Porter Street, 18 Aug 1871.

Transcriptions:
(112) Will of Edmond Windle cutler, of Sheffield, his beneficiaries are his daughters Hannah, Sarah and Mary, he mentions property in Attercliffe. 13 Jun 1758, Codicil 7 Sep 1769;

(119) Lease - Roger Steele of Chesterfield to Roger Eyre de Holme, property in Ecclesall Bierlow 1500;

(128-133) Transcriptions and notes (probably made by Joseph Hunter in 1858) from writ of certiorari and inquisitions into the lands of Thomas de Furnival as to whether he holds any lands per baronium, [1326], with also entries from the Fine Rolls for 1201 and 1207 relating to Gerard de Furnival and a Pension from the church of Ecclesfield.

(114-115) Transcription of various deeds for land in Birley belonging to the de Byrlay, de Creswicke, and de Furnival families [1343-1435].

(-) account of the life of George Cox (died 1640)

(-) letter concerning the Coates family from the curate of Alfreton (Derbyshire), no date

(-) William, 1st Earl of Devonshire, poem describing his duel with Lord Danby, 1687
Date[19th cent]
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