I have been given some more Wallington information from Davd Wallington and he just sent me an update.
THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN WALLINGTON OF BUCKLAND, GLOUCS
This Tree was compiled from information from a relation (now deceased), from some professional help and the internet. Please treat with caution. Whilst I can vouch for my own direct line, some of the sources may need checking. There is one significant problem ie the father of Henry Wallington (7.10). It seems unlikely to me that there were two unrelated Wallingtons living in the small village of Salford early in the 18th Century but the records no longer appear to exist to prove that Thomas was the father of Henry (and he is not mentioned in his Will). Any queries/comments to firstname.lastname@example.org . This is work in progress!
- JOHN WALLINGTON/WORMINGTON was born about 1520 in Buckland, Gloucs and married 1. Agnes or Ann Lawrence, 1540 (IGI) and 2. Katherine Hawkes 1545 (IGI). The issue of his second marriage was:
2.1 Stephen bc1550 d1632 married Deborah
2,2 Mary ?
Sources: Gloucester Muster Roll and Buckland Parish Register for the marriages.
2.1 STEPHEN WALLINGTON of Berrington, Chipping Campden, Gloucs bc 1550 m Deborah and died 1632. PCC Admon at time of his death described him as Stephen Wallington of Berrington in the Parish of Chipping Campden, Miller. He left a will and issue as following:
- John bc1580 d1636 Left a WILL
- Simon of Wick Rissington bc1582 d 1662 mentioned in John’s will
3.3 Crispianus bc1585 dc1636
3.4 Daniel of Lapworth bc1588 See 1608 Muster Roll for Chipping Campden
3.5 Stephen bc1590 mentioned in John’s will
3.6 Thomas mentioned in John’s will
3.7 Margaret bc1600 m William Hanks (Miller of The Swells) on 29 09 1622 Chipping Campden (IGI) Mentioned in John’s will
3.8 Anne mentioned in John’s will
Sources: PCC Admon and Will; Parish Register (PR)
In ‘Men and Armour, Gloucestershire 1608’ there is a reference;
Buckland and Laverton [Worcs., in Buckland parish Broadway]
Dainell Wallington servant to Ambrose Maunsell miller.
- JOHN WALLINGTON bc 1580 13 November 1606 to Elizabeth Greenham at Mickleton, Gloucs.
In the Gloucester Muster Roll he is recorded as ‘John Wallington, Mickleton, Miller in 1608. Will dated 1635 in which he is described as John Wallington of Berrington Mill in the Parish of Chipping Campden. Will proved in Gloucester Consistory Court 1636. They had the following issue:
- John b1607 Mickleton
Sources: Will and Gloucester Muster Roll 1608
John bequeathed his body to be buried in the church of Chipping Campden. He made his brother Thomas of Chipping Campden his executor. He left money to his sister Margrit Hankes and there are references to his brothers Stephen and Simon
3.2 SIMON WALLINGTON lived at Leonard Stanley before moving to Wick Rissington. Beneficiary of his brother John’s will. Made a WILL proved at Consistory Court of Gloucester 1664. In Grant of Probate described as Symon Wallington, Miller and Yeoman. Had issue as follows:
4.2 Joane b August 16 1607 Leonard Stanley
4.3 Debora bAugust 6 1612
Counterpart feoffment (12 May 1650) by John Dutton of Shireborne, Gloucestershire, Esq., to Symon Wallington of Wicke alias Wicke Risington, Gloucestershire, miller, of a water mill and a close of land, and 3 ridges of arable land and one of pasture, all at Wicke; consideration of £160; annual payment of 1lb of merchandisable pepper at Michaelmas; appointment of John Dringe and William Robinson of Shireborne, gentlemen as attorneys to deliver seisin
|Leases of mills and lands|
|Counterpart lease (20 January 1617/8) by William Dutton of Sherborne, Gloucestershire, Esq. to Symon Wallington of Weeke alias Weeke Rysington, Gloucestershire, miller, of a messuage and 2 yardlands in Weeke, late in the occupation of John Trabie, for a term of 10 years from Michaelmas 1617; consideration of £20; rent £12 p.a., 1 bushel of fine wheat, a couple of fat geese, and planting 2 young trees per yardland.|
3.3 CRISPIANUS WALLINGTON bc 1585 d 1636 m Anne and had issue:
4.4 Thomas bc1614
3.4 DANIEL WALLINGTON of Lapworth bc 1588 m Prudence. An Assistant Miller 1608. In Gloucester Muster Roll recorded as Daniel Wallington, Buckland, Assistant Miller. Daniel is described as a miller of Ebrington. Charged in 1646 with riot along with his wife Prudence, Rowland Wallington, miller of Henley in Arden, Zachary Wallington and his wife, miller of Edreston (Wootton Wawen). Zachary is mentioned in Warwick Trinity Sessions 1647. He is subject of assault by John Geydon, of Preston Baggot, husbandman and the latter was fined. Appears again in 1647: Zachary Wallington of Edreston, Miller, John Morrys of Preston Baggot labourer, Rowland Wallington of Henley in Arden, miller, Prudence, wife of Daniel Wallington, miller of Bushwood in the parish of Old Stratford, Margaret Wallington wife of Zachary Wallington, Mary Tyso of Wootton Wawen widow, Joyce Tyso spinster, and Humphrey Ince of Lapworth weaver for an assault and riot upon John Geydon. Fine made by Zachary Wallington and Morrys in Michaelmas 1647 and Humphrey Ince Easter 1647.
Thomas Talbots of Rowington, Yeoman, Samuel Rowse of Rowington, Zachary Wallington of Rowington miller, Nicholas Tibboller of Packwood husbandman for riot and assault on Rowland Green. Finces except Zachary Wallington Easter 1646.
Sources:IGI and Gloucester Muster roll for Daniel
Had following issue:
4.5 Abigail bpt 30 August 1618 Ebrington Source: IGI
4.6 Francis, Miller of Westington, bpt 17 March 1620/1(?married Judith Jefferson 19/08/1644) The IGI shows Francis Wallington, Chipping Campden bearing a son Benjamin bpt20 May 1660. There is also a marriage for a Francis Wallington, Chipping Campden to Judith Jefferson on 19 August 1644. Died intestate 1662.
4.7 Zachary/Zachariah (?d Claverdon 05. 11 1689 IGI)
Zachary Wallington of Edreston, miller, John Morrys of Preston Baggot labourer, Rowland Wallington of Henley in Arden, miller, Prudence, wife of Daniel Wallington, miller of Bushwood in the parish of Old Stratford, miller, Margaret Wallington, wife of Zachary, Mary Tyso of Wooton Wawen, widow, Joyce Tyso, spinster, and Humfrey Ince of Lapworth, weaver, for an assault and riot upon John Geydon, fine made by Zachary Wallington and Morrys in Michaelmas 1647 and Humfrey Ince, Easter 1647.
Thomas Talbots of Rowington, yeoman, Samuel Rouse of Rowington, Zachary Wallington of Rowington, miller, Nicholas Tibboler of Packwood, husbandman, for riot and assault on Rowland Green. Fines except Zachary Wallington Easter 1646.
Bushwood and Clifford, about Zachary Wallington – Whereas it appeareth to the court upon oath that Zachary Wallington hath been served with a warrant under the hand and seal of Samuel Ebrall, esquire, one of the Justices of the Peace for this county, whereby the said Zachary was required forthwith to remove from Bushwood in the parish of Old Stratford to Clifford, the place of his last legal settlement, or else give security to save the hamlet of Bushwood aforesaid harmless from anything that might come by him, and if he should refuse to do so, then appear at this General Sessions to show cause to the contrary, and it being further deposed that the said Zachary hath refused to obey the said warrant, it is therefore ordered that he constable of Old Stratford parish do forthwith remove and convey the said Zachary from Bushwood aforesaid to Clifford and there deliver him to the overseers of the poor there, there to be continued according to the law, and Mr Thomas Glover, John Green and John Whileford are to see this order executed. Removal order on Zachary Wallington in 1659 last settlement Clifford Chambers.
4.8 Rowland m Judith d 1662. Mentioned in will of his cousin Rowland my cousin Rowland Wallington of Lapworth in Warwickshire under which he received a bequest of 40s (16 September 1693)
4.9 Prudence bpt 03 June 1627 Lapworth
4.10 Deborah bpt 27 December 1629, Lapworth See Parish Register
3.6 THOMAS WALLINGTON of Berrington, Chipping Campden bc 1580 had the following issue:
4.11 Rowland bc1615 d 1693
4.13 Deborah m fnu Tomlin. Mentioned in her brother’s will as my sister Deborah Tomlin, widow. Received bequest of one year’s profit commonly called ‘Dead’s Year’ if any in my copyhold tenement or estate in Toddington in the County of Gloucestershire
4.2 JOANE WALLINGTON m. Edigus /Egidius Wakefield, Wick Rissington in 1626 and had the following issue;
5.3 Egidius bpt 24 September 1637 IGI
There is a note in the transcript of the marriage records of Wyke Rissington which, in Latin in 1629, says that the marriage was not consummated!
4.3 DEBORAH WALLINGTON m fnu Astill and had issue:
Sources: Father’s Will
4.4 THOMAS WALLINGTON bc 1614 d 1667/8? son of Crispianus, m Elizabeth/Eliza Sandon/Sanders and had the following issue:
5.6 Elizabeth bc1630
5.7 Rebecca bpt 13 December 1635 Chipping Campden
5.8 Issable bpt 20 May 1638 (IGI)
5.9 Crispianus bpt 25 October 1639 Chipping Campden d. 1697 Donnington (IGI)
5.10 John bpt 28 March 1643 Chipping Campden m Dorothy Powick
5.11 Mary bpt 01 February 1643/4 IGI
4.11 ROWLAND WALLINGTON b1615 d 1693 of Berrington in the parish of Chipping Campden m 1. Elizabeth 2. Sarah Greaves 3. Widow Perry on 20 May 1673 bur. 06/01/1693/4.(SourcePR & IGI). Recorded as Rowland Wallington of Westington in the Parish of Chipping Campden, County Gloucestershire and Elizabeth his wife. He and his first wife purchased a messuage and close in Preston Bagot, Warwickshire from William Williams of Preston Bagot, Yeoman, and Mary his wife by Deed of Conveyance 06 November 1646. Will dated 16 September 1693 in which he is described as Rowland Wallington of Berrington in the Parish of Chipping Campden in the County of Gloucestershire, Miller. Made provision for my sister Deborah Tomlins, widow of one year’s profits commonly called Dead’s Year if any in my copyhold tenement of estate in Toddington in the county of Gloucester. Mentioned other properties including all that my messuage or tenement with appurtenances in Chipping Campden now in the occupation of my sister Deborah Tomlins, widow .. my dwelling house & mill wherein I now dwell and the appurtenances thereto belonging … all my messuage tenement or dwelling house in Chipping Campden with the appurtenances now in the possession or occupation of one John Street .. and all my messuage or tenement or hereditaments whatsoever lying and being in Preston Bagot in the County of Warwick.
In the Hearth Tax returns for Chipping Campden of 1673 he is shown as having two hearths. He was also a churchwarden of Chipping Campden
He had the following issue by his first wife:
5.12 Mary bpt 13 September 1640 Chipping Campden m William Wilks on 18 May 1657 my daughter Mary wife of William Wilks) Received £10 bequest from her father.
Source: PR and Father’s Will and IGI
5.13 Honnor bpt Chipping Campden 18 March 1642/3
5.14 John 28/03 1643 (Source: IGI) d1664 (PR)
5.15 Honor 02/03/1645 (Source: IGI)
5.16 Anne bc 1645
5.17 Elizabeth b1655 d1663 (PR)
5.18 Sarah bc1658 (Parish Register)
In his will Rowland Wallington referred to ‘my son-in-law Smith’ and one of his daughters called Sarah married Samuel Smith. Presumed the Sarah b1658
Sources; Will; PR
Note: There are further Wallington’s in Chipping Campden according to IGI:
John Wallington bpt 03/01/1649 to Richard
Dannil (?Daniel) bpt 09/11/1654 to Richard
Margaret bpt 25/09/1656 to Richard
Richard Wallington has not been identified. Is he descended from 2.3?
Judeth Wallington m 14/12/1667 to William Blackly in Chipping Campden
Thomas Wallington who had a daughter Elizabeth bpt 1630
5.9 CRISPIANUS/CHRISPIANY WALLINGTON was born on October 25 1639 in Chipping Campden and died in 1697 in Donnington, Stow on the Wold (IGI). Married Margaret Righton on February 5 1663/4 in Chipping Norton. He described himself as a miller of Upper Mill, Stow in the Wold in his will. In the Chipping Campden Hearth Tax for 1673 he and Rowland Wallington each had a property with two hearths.
In his will he left his ‘well-beloved son’ Thomas and Mary his wife 5 shillings and to Thomas’ son (also Thomas) and his sisters Margaret and Martha 5 shillings when they reached the age of 14. He also left 5s to Thomas and Robert Gold. He left 5s to his daughter Anne and her husband Robert Gold. He left to Thomas gold, son of Anne and Robert, and Robert his brother 5s. He left his wife, Margaret, £6 to be paid in two instalments each year being Michaelmas and at a Lady Day per annum. Margaret had the hall and chamber above if she continued to live with her son(if they doe agree). He decreed that if his son Chrispiany did not have issue his son Thomas should have the mill ‘paying all debts and mortgage as shall be due’. Everything else was left to Margaret and Chrispiany, joint executors of his will
He became miller of Donnington Mill (later a brewery)
In his will Chrispiany (the name he gave) spelt the surname Wallinton (i.e. without the ‘g’.)
He and Margaret had the following issue:
6.1 Anne b December 17 1665, Chipping Campden m. Robert Gold
6.2 Thomas bpt September 13 1668, Chipping Campden married Mary d August 9 1728, Salford, Oxfordshire IGI
6.3 Crispianus/Crispian/Chrispiany bpt February 1 1669/70 Chipping Campden d April 2 1728, Donnington, Stow on the Wold. Source IGI
5.16 ANN WALLINGTON bc 1645 d 25 November 1726, m. c1672 John Hitchcox, bpt Chipping Campden 30 April 1648 (PR) John was mentioned in his father-in-law’s (Rowland Wallington) will as “my son-in-law John Hitchcox” and received a bequest of 1s and was referred to as holding “moneys which he hath received for my use of one William Porter and hath the same now in his hands” John died 31 December 1695 (gravestone) in his 48th year. Ann was mentioned in her father’s will in which she received “all that my messuage or tenement with the appurtenances in Chipping Campden now in the occupation of my suster Deborah Tomlins widow and subject to a sic year interest in favour of her cousin Margaret Wallington, a half share in her father’s dwelling house and mill wherein I now dwell and the appurtenances thereto belonging” She was appointed executor of her husband’s estate 10 May 1696. Buried in Chipping Campden 25 November 1726. They had issue:
6.4 Honor bpt 15 March 1674/5 Chipping Campden bur. 26 Oct 1690 Chipping Campden
6.5 Elizabeth bpt 15 April 1676 Chipping Campden. Mentioned in the will of Rowland Wallington with siblings as those five children which are now living of my daughter Hitchcox and they received 40s. Bur 22 March 1701/2 Chipping Campden and referred to as Elizabeth Hitchcox of Berrington.
6.6 Mary bpt 8 September 1678 Chipping Campden and mentioned in Rowland Wallington’s will my two granddaughter’s Mary and Sarah Hitchcox.
6.7 Sarah bpt 19 August 1680 Chipping Campden (see above re Mary)
6.8 John bpt 3 September 1682 Chipping Campden bur 22 September 1682
6.9 Anne bpt 26 December 1683 (died at birth)
6.10 Anne bpt 5 July 1686 (see Elizabeth re will of Rowland Wallington) m Thomas Dutton 1711/12 and buried 20 September 1723 Chipping Campden
6.11 Susanna bpt 23 July 1687 Chipping Campden bur. 15 August 1687
6.12 Honor bpt 7 February 1691/2 Chipping Campden (see Elizabeth re will of Rowland Wallington)
6.13 Catherine bpt 4 April 1693 Chipping Campden (see Elizabeth re will of Rowland Wallington) m William Dutton brother of Thomas at Mickleton 1717 d13 April 1761 Mickleton.
6.14 Margaret bpt 27 May 1694 Chipping Campden bur 20 June 1694.
Sources; Father’s will and PR
- 18 SARAH WALLINGTON bc1658 married Samuel Smith who was mentioned in Rowland Wallington’s will as my son-in-law Smith and she was mentioned as my daughter Sarah the wife of Samuel Smith. She received from Rowland all my messuage tenement or dwelling house in Chipping Campden with the appurtenances now in the possession or occupation of one John Street. She also received his property in Preston Bagot. They had the following issue:
6.15 Samuel : mentioned in his father-in-law’s will as “Samuel Smith the son of my daughter Sarah” and with his siblings “my son-in-la Smith’s four children” under which she received a bequest of 40s: 16 September 1693.
6.16 Elizabeth: received a bequest of 40s
6.17 Clare: also received a bequest of 40s
6.18 Rowland: also received a bequest of 40s
6.1 ANNE WALLINGTON b December 17 1665 m Robert Gold in Burford, 1693. They had the following issue:
Both mentioned in the will of their grandfather Chrispianus.
6.2 THOMAS WALLINGTON bpt September 13 1668 in Chipping Campden d.August 9 1728. Was the first of this line of Wallingtons to live in Salford. Miller of Donnington. Thomas was to become miller of Salford between 1705 and his death. He married Mary b1670 d1753 and they had the following issue:
7.3 George bc1690 d March 7 1782, Charlecote
7.4 Crispianus bc1690
7.5 Stephen bc1690 d August 26 1744, Salford, Oxon
7.6 Thomas bpt 20 May 1697 Stow died before 1734 m Hannah Way/Ward
7.7 Mary m William Lord, miller of Bleddington
*7.10 Henry b bef. 1710 d October 23 1743, Salford Oxon
7.11 Elizabeth b 1711
(*Note: there is no documentary proof that Henry was the son of Thomas Wallington for which the evidence is at the best circumstantial. The critical documents that might prove he was the son of Thomas no longer exist)
Thomas mentioned in “Salford – More History of a Cotswold Village” published by Salford Local History Society. Is this the Thomas who was mentioned in a lease of 2 May 1692 by Thomas Leigh “to Thomas Wallington of Upper Swell, miller, of a corn mill in Longborough.
6.3 CRISPIANUS/CHRISPUS/CRISP WALLINGTON b February 1 1669/1670 in Chipping Campden m Mary Lane. He took over Donnington Mill in 1697 and died in 1728/9. In his WILL he gave his house to his son Thomas whom he appointed executor. He gave £5 to his son Crispianus, £5 to his son John, £10 to Giles his son and £6 to his daughter Anne. He gave his son John his bed and all that belonged to it. He gave to Anne the bed which her grandfather used and all that belonged to it. The issue of Crispianus and Mary are as follows:
7.12 Thomas bpt May 20 1699 d July 16 1746 Stow on the Wold IGI Baker & miller
7.13 Ann b December 10 1701 IGI
7.14 Anne b November 16 1703 Stow in the Wold IGI
7.15 Anne b May 26 1705 ?
7.16 John bpt 26/12/1705 IGI
7.17 Giles bpt July 24 1708 Stow on the Wold, baker d there in 1766 IGI
7.18 Crispianus/Chrisp b1715
7.3 GEORGE WALLINGTON bc 1690 m C/Katherine Palmer in Salford and eventually moved to Little Compton in 1728 and then the Charlecote estate c1735 where he was to die in 1782. The biggest farmer and steward on the Charlecote estate. He is referred to in an Indenture of 1745:
This indenture made the first day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and forty five and in the thirteenth year of the reign of our sovereign Lord George the Second by Grace of God of Great Britain, France and Ireland King Defender of the Faith and so forth. Between George Lucy of Charlecote in the county of Warwickshire Esquire of the one part and George Wallington of Charlecote aforesaid of the other part. Witnesseth that for and in consideration of the Rents herein after reserved and covenants herein after contained and on the part and behalf of the said George Wallington his Executors Administrators and Assigns till that Messuage or tenement with barns, stable buildings and other appurtenances there unto belonging situated and being in the parish of Charlecote aforesaid and also those several Closes of arable land meadow and pasture ground with the appertenances therewith usually occupied that is to say Thelsford Close or Some Close containing nien acres and three rods more or less, Cow Close or Lower Close thereto adjoining containing eight acres and thirty two perches more or less, Barn Ground containing thirty two acres and thirty two perches more or less, Long Meadow thereto adjoining containing five acres and one rood more or less, Great Grounds or Hill Ground above Wellesbourne Road now in two parts divided containing fifty acres and one rood more or less, Lower Ground or Further Ground thereto adjoining containing fourteen acres and two roods more or less, Road Ground now in three parts divided lying between the road leading to Wellesbourne and the road leading to Charlecote containing forty two acres and two roods more or less.
Sources: IGI & |Indenture
George and K/Catherine had the following issue:
8.1 Elizabeth bc1731 Salford
8.2 Thomas b March 3 1727/8 d August 9 1782 b. Little Compton m Mary Grimes
8.3 Mary date?
8.4 John bc1730 d 1741 Charlecote
8.5 Edmund bc 1731 Charlecote
8.6 George b December 1732 Little Compton d January 2 1795 Charlecote (IGI)
8.7 Catherine b 02/06/1734 bpt08 February 1735 IGI
8.8 Margaret b February 8 1734/5 Charlecote m Thomas Watton
8.9 Martha b29 January 1737/7 Charlecote m William Parrott b Chenies Bucks March 3 1767 IGI
8.10 Samuel d November 26 1743 Charlecote
George left a will in 1782 and in it be left the following:
To Catherine his wife an annuity of £48 p.a, a lump sum and the use of her rooms for the rest of her life.
To his son Edmund £50
To his daughter Elizabeth Malins £50
To his daughter Mary Rathbone £50
To his daughter Martha Parrott £50
To his daughter Margaret Whatton £50
To his son George £150
To his grandson John, son of Thomas £20
To his granddaughter Mary, daughter of Thomas £20
To his granddaughter Catherine daughter of Thomas £60
To his grandson George, son of Thomas 1s
To his grandson Thomas, son of Thomas 1s
To his son George the farm and the residue of his estate.
There are documents in Warwick County Record Office referring to leases between George Lucy of Charlecote and George Wallington, yeoman:
1 Feb 1745/6:Messuage in Charlecote with lands called Thelsford close to hold for 21 years at annual rent of £160 which was extended for 21 years in 1765 and 1783.
7.4 CRISPIANUS/CHRISPANE/CRISPIN WALLINGTON bc 1690 d.1782 m Sarah Boise in London 08 July 1722 at St Benet, Paul’s Wharf. (IGI) They had the following issue:
8.11 Thomas bpt November 1 1724 bpt 1.11.1724 All Hallows the Great, London Wall IGI
8.12 Mary b07/12/ 1729 All Hallows the Great (IGI)
(8.13 Thomas bc 1731?)
8.14 Sarah b1732 Spitalfields Christ Church Stepney bpt 12 July d 18 July 1732 IGI
8.15 Crispianus/Chrispane bpt 30/11/1733 Spitalfields Christ Church (also k/a Crispane)
Crispin apprenticed to Sml Righton, London and became Freeman of City 1716. There is a Crispin Wallington in the Fleet Prison committed 7 December 1736 under writ of Habeas Corpus discharged 14 February 1736/37. Plea of trespass. Wife of Crispian(a) Wallington And her Child Crispian(a) aged Six years are lately come to reside in your said Parish not having obtained any Legal Settlement (Ref London Lives). Regular references to Crispin Wallington paying Land Tax in London.
7.5 STEPHEN WALLINGTON bc1690 m 1. Deborah Joyner in July 1725 in Shipton under Wychwood 2. Garden Israel 1740 in Charlbury. Stephen and Deborah had the following issue:
8.16 Sarah b January 30 1724/5 Salford
8.17 Thomas b August 20 1727/5 Salford
8.18 Stephen b January 14 1737/8 Salford d August 25th 1738 Salford
8.19 Mary b October 5 1728 Salford d October 24 1728 Salford
7.6 THOMAS WALLINGTON bc 1690 m Hannah Way or Ward 1734 in Chipping Norton. He was a butcher of Chipping Norton. They had the following issue:
8.20 Thomas bc1735 Salford
(7.10 HENRY WALLINGTON b before 1710 d 1743 m Elizabeth bef 1725. She died 1767 in Salford and was buried there. Inscription reads In memory of the wife of Henry Wallington who died February the 14 1767. Marked as grave 17 on plan and adjacent at number 15 is the grave to Henry In memory of Henry Wallington who …….. The Burial register records: widow Wallington buried February the 17th.
8.21 Thomas b1735 d1794 m Jane Pugh in 1761
8.22 Henry bpt 25/12/1737 Salford
8.23 Margret 1740 bpt 17/08/1740 Salford
8.24 Elizabeth bpt 13/03/1742 Salford buried 22 April 1742
8.25 John bpt 01/04/1744 Salford son of Elizabeth Wallington. d21.06 1744. Father had died before his son’s birth
NB There is a gap in Bishop’s Transcripts from 1729 to 1739 so there may be earlier children than Thomas.)
7.12 THOMAS WALLINGTON b1700 d 1746/7. WILL proved 1748. Miller of Donnington c1728. Married Elizabeth with whom he had the following issue:
8.26 Mary b December 11 1738 IGI (married to Joseph Ireland?)
8.27 Margaret b April 19 1742 IGI
8.28 John bpt February 2 1742/3 IGI Baker and miller
8.29 George bpt March 19 1744/5 Stow in the Wold m Elizabeth Larner March 19 1782 in Moreton in Marsh. IGI
8.30 Elizabeth b March 11 1746/7 IGI
In his will Thomas refers to himself as a miller and leaves his wife Elizabeth his messuage wherein I now dwell being in the parish of Stow in the Wold and commonly called Upper Mill together with the malt house and mill house etc and all his personal goods and chattels. She was nominated as sole executrix. Accompanying the will was a detailed inventory of all his goods with a total worth of £18. 18s.1d
7.17 GILES WALLINGTON b1708 m Susannah Ellis on 22 August 1736 and left a will dated 1746. They had the following issue:
8.31 John b June 22 1737 m Anne Phipps in 1762 IGI
8.32 Giles bpt January 22 1737/8 miller IGI
8.33 Anne b February 14 1739/40
8.34 Anne b late 1740
8.35 Mary b March 6 1741/2 bpt 23 July 1741 m Richard Rathbone 1764 in Preston on Stour
8.36 Susannah bpt 18 March 1744 buried 03/12/1746
8.37 Elizabeth b March 11 1746/7 m Timothy Bledington, 1768 IGI
8.38 Susannah b March 1 1749/50 IGI
8.39 Thomas bpt March 14 1753 Bledington d Bledington 1812 IGI
Source: Poll Book for Slaughter shows him having house, mill and land “in own occupation Thomas left a will in which he refers to his wife Elizabeth and son Thomas only.”
8.40 Crispianus/ Chrispany b September 8 1756 Stow on the Wold IGI
Note: There is a will for a Hannah Wallington dated 1802. Her maiden name was Forty. Her will was witnessed by Thomas Pitman who also witnessed the will of Crisp Wallington . Hannah described herself as living at Upper Swell. Are they related? Where does she fit into the family tree? A will exists for Crisp Wallington, miller, dated 1793 of Overswell, Gloucestershire with a brother George and wife Ann. He also has a sister Mary married to Joseph (?Ireland).
8.2 THOMAS WALLINGTON b March 3 1727/8 d August 9 1782 Mary Grimes and had the following issue:
9.1 Anne bc1750 m John Cottrell on July 31 1776 Stratford on Avon
9.2 Thomas bc1752
9.3 George bc1753 m Mable Malins November 19th 1793 Charlecote
9.4 Catherine bc1755
9.5 Mary bc1757
9.6 John bc 1759
8.5 EDMUND WALLINGTON bc 1731 Charlecote m Anne Malins on December 2 1752 in Atherstone on Stour where he became a Churchwarden in 1771 and Overseer of the Poor in 1773. Died in Stratford on Avon in 1817 aged 87. They had the following issue:
9.7 George b July 19 1754 Atherstone on Stour
9.8 Thomas b December 1757
9.9 William b June 28 1758 Atherstone m 1 Elizabeth Sambage on September 11 1785 Stratford and 2. Elizabeth Rose January 17 1803 Charlecote.
9.10 Catherine b March 1761 d April 2 Stratford 1791
9.11 Thomas b May 1763 Atherstone m 1 Anne Reeves May 6 1787 Birmingham St Martins and 2. Martha Wyatt Manchester Parish Church September 20 1809 d1841
9.12 Martha b January 7 1766 Atherstone m Richard Hughes 1788
9.13 Margaret b May 1768 d August 15 1794 Stratford
9.14 Richard b March 9 1771 m Hannah Unwin January 18 1798 Witham, Essex. Was a shoemaker
8.6 GEORGE WALLINGTON b1732 in Little Compton d January 2 1795 Charlecote. Married Martha. In his will he left to his wife, Martha, daughter Martha and son James two messuages or tenements with gardens and appurtenances belonging to each of them situated in Henley Street, Stratford on Avon in the occupation of Mr Davies and all that other messuage or tenement with the garden and appurtenances situated by the riverside in Stratford in the occupation of George Wallington sadler and also that my messuage and premises with appurtenances situated in or near the market place in the Borough of Warwick in the occupation of Mrs Hawkes, grocer.
To my eldest son George £5000 having given him ample fortune;
To my son John £1000; to my brother Edmund £20; the residue of farm lands. Cattle, bonds etc to be held in trust and managed by William Canning of Wasperton and son George and used for the maintenance of my wife Martha and the bringing up of youngest children James and Martha.
In his will he is described as Gent.
George and Martha had the following issue:
9.15 Sarah (were there two Sarah’s?) (?)
9.16 Martha b March 22 1764 d April 24 1764
9.17 George bpt November 12 1765(IGI) d January 27 1815 m Anne Wilkins in 1796 in Stratford
9.18 Thomas b January 21 1769 Charlecote d July 10 1814 m Anne Ancorn
9.19 John b July 21 1773 d June 2 1805 m Nancy Wheatley in Wasperton April 14 1799. Following John’s death Nancy started a school in Nuneaton to which Mary Anne Evans (George Eliot) went. Nancy d1837/8.
9.20 William b May 8 1775 d December 8 1783
9.21 Martha b November 1 1780 d June 12 1843 m Richard Archer November 4 1805
9.22 James b July 17 1783 Charlecote d April 18 1868 m Elizabeth Archer in.
Wasperton. Will proved 1 January1868. He was described in legal papers as farmer and agent, gent and guardian of the children of Samuel Lucas of Hunscote.
8.15 CRISPIANUS/CRISPANE WALLINGTON bpt 30 November 1733 Spitalfields, London married unknown and had the following issue:
9.23 Thomas b1755 London
8.20 THOMAS WALLINGTON GGGG Grandfather born c1735 chr 22 August 1735 Salford, son of Henry & Elizabeth Oxon married Jane. Over Norton 1771. Died 1794 and buried 31 August aged 60 (OHC Parish register, Chipping Norton). Died intestate. Letters of administration issued to wife Jane of Over Norton (Oxford Diocese Probate Act Books)
They had issue:
9.24 Henry k/a Harry b1771 d 1803
9.25 James chr 12/08/1772 Chipping Norton
9.26 Thomas 1773 chr 03/08/1773 buried 08/08/1773
9.27 Thomas 1774 chr 28/12/1774 Chipping Norton (Thomas Wallington Junior son of Thomas Wallington senior of Over Norton farmer to Wm Brown junior of Chipping Norton butcher and freeman iof Oxford for 7 years from 10 March last, enrolled 13 April 1791 (£21). Made freeman of City of Oxford 12 October 1812 sponsor William Brown butcher (Oxford City Apprentices)Also had a son George christened 28 03 1786.
8.32 GILES WALLINGTON b Jan 22 1737/38. m. Mary Keene (IGI) June 22 1767 at Bledington d. May 20 1805. They had the following issue:
9.28 Elizabeth b May 19 1767 IGI
9.29 Mary b July 17 1768 Bledington d1774 IGI
9.30 Giles b August 6 1769 Bledington IGI
9.31 Thomas bpt September 5 1773 d August 9 1812 Bledington m Elizabeth IGI
In his will of 1805 Giles left Bledington Mill to his son Thomas. He gave his daughters Mary and
Elizabeth £150.The residue of his estate was left to his son Thomas. The will was dated 22 March
- There is an indenture date 31 August 1792 between Giles Wallington and his deceased brother
John, a baker, which also mentions John’s wife, Anne
9.7 GEORGE WALLINGTON b1765 m Anne Wilkins had the following issue:
10.1 Mary bc 1794 Charlecote
10.2 Anne bc1796 Charlecote
10.3 Mary bc 1798 Charlecote
10.4 Thomas bc1798 London
10.5 George Wilkins bc 1802 Charlecote
9.9 WILLIAM WALLINGTON b June 28 1758 Atherstone on Stour m 1. Elizabeth Sambage September 11 1785 and 2. Elizabeth Rose January 17 1703 Charlecote and had the following issue:
10.6 William b 1788
10.7 Hannah b October 13 1805 Stratford d 1849 Stratford
10.8 Elizabeth b January 24 1808
10.9 Sarah b January 20 1811
10.10 Joseph b November 14 1813
10.11 George b June 1 1818
9.11 THOMAS WALLINGTON
b May 1763 Atherstone on Stour d 1841 Stockport m 1. Anne Reeves May 6 1787 St Martins in the Bullring, Birmingham and 2. Martha Wyatt September 29 1809 in Manchester Parish Church.
Thomas was a joiner& carpenter in Manchester(Manchester Directory). He had the following issue:
10.12 Thomas b June 1788 Birmingham
10.13 Henry b June 1789 Birmingham
10.14 Joseph b December 1792 Birmingham d Stockport 1847
10.15 Edmund or Edward bc1799 Stockport
10.16 Jane b April 1802 m Benjamin Cash 1831
Thomas was in Birmingham from 1789 – 1798. Edmund, his son, was baptised in Manchester Parish Church in January 1798
9.14 RICHARD WALLINGTON b1771 m Hannah Unwin January 18 1798 in Witham Essex. Richard was a shoemaker. Ref in Stratford Record Office ER20/134.They had the following issue:
10.17 Maria b January29 1799 Witham
10.18 Priscilla b September29 1802 Stratford upon Avon
10.19 Susannah b March 17 1806 Colchester
10.20 Naomi b March 12 Hull
10.21 Kenzia b May 3 1811 Blockling Sussex d November 27 1830
10.22 Thirza b 23 April 1815
9.17 GEORGE WALLINGTON (IGI) b July 19 1754 Atherston on Stour m Margaret and had the following issue:
10.23 Anne b May 30 1779
10.24 Thomas b February 21 1783 Stratford
10.25 George bpt November 14 1784 Holy Trinity Stratford (IGI)
10.26 Sarah b August 29 1797 Stratford
9.22 JAMES WALLINGTON bc1784 Charlecote d 18 June 1856 m Elizabeth Archer. They had the following issue:
10.27 James bc1805 Charlecote
10.28 Elizabeth bc1811 Charlecote In 1871 is a widow living in Wellesbourne Hastings with her sister Martha and two domestic servants d1889
10.29 Martha bc1815 Charlecote d.1886
10.30 George b 1814 Charlecote IGI bpt 29 July 1814
10.31 James bc 1818 Charlecote
10.32 Richard Archer bc 1820 m 1 Emily/Emma Swinburne d1862 and 2 Charlotte Eliza Bowen
1864 d 1912. Various children from marriages.
10.33 Mary bc 1824 Charlecote
James was a farmer with 501 acres employing 17 labourers and 2 boys. In 1851 census living with his wife and with his son George as well as his daughter Elizabeth. James has a monumental inscription at St Leonard’s Charlecote with his age at death given as 74. Described as gent of Charlecote in legal documents relating to the Lucys of Charlecote.
9.23 THOMAS WALLINGTON b 1755 London m Betty Miles and had the following issue:
10.34 John bc1785 London
10.35 James Crispianus bc 1790 London
10.36 George bc 1792
10.37 Henry Giles bc 1795
9.24 HENRY (Harry) WALLINGTON(Harry) GGG Grandfather b1771 chr 16/08/1771 Chipping Norton d Salford 19/08/1803 bur 22 August. Monumental inscription reads Memory of Harry Wallington who died Augst the 19th 1803 aged 32 (grave 42). Married Sarah Rushall chr Little Compton on 9 April 1773. Daughter of John Rushall and Catherine later of Brookend. Catherine left a will proved Oxford 24 February 1826 with William and Edward Rushall as executors. Amongst her legacies she leaves £5 to granddaughter Jane Wallington and refers to Sarah as wife of Henry Stanley suggesting she married again (left £10). Reference to a bond issued to Sarah Wallington, widow of Salford m Henry Stanley of Oxford 1805. Sarah Stanley died at Headington 07/12/1846, wife of Henry, publican,m aged 73. Henry died 6 May 1850, beerhouse keeper aged 70.
Her marriage licence for Henry Wallington dated 16/06/1795) at St Denys, Little Compton and had the following issue:
10.38 Thomas b1795 chr 28/12/1795 Chipping Norton (Over Norton) m Sarah Garfield b Haselor, Warwickshire c1796
10.39 George b 1798 Salford bpt10/07/1798 d1878 and buried 23 March 1878. Tenant Farmer and dealer in coal m Rachel Lane bc1795 Kingham Oxfordshire d1885 in Chipping Norton (Salford)
10.40 Jane b1799 Salford bchr 26/12/1799
10.41 Elizabeth b 1801 Salford bpt 31/12/1801 d1876
In the Land Tax assessment of 1800, Henry is shown as a proprietor of land in Salford with a sum not exonerated of 18s 9d. The farm of 17 acres was to the east of Golden Lane above Rectory Lane.
An Archdeaconry of Oxford extract of a will for Harry Wallington shows the legatees as Jane, Elizabeth, Thomas and George. He is described as a yeoman and left under £300.
Probate granted to John Endall (a Quaker) on 13 February, provision made for his four children and his widow providing she remained unmarried. Amount was reduced if she remarried and income from an intended investment to go to the care of the children and not her.
9.25. JAMES WALLINGTON b 12/08/1772 in Chipping Norton (Salford). Married 27/10/1796 in Salford Hannah Holloway b Tidmarsh. Hannah died in 1848 aged 81 and was buried on the 9 June having died on the 7 June. She was described as a grocer on the 1841 census. James was described as a grazier. His Will was proved on 8 October 1798. They had the following issue:
Sarah b Salford bpt 28/12/1796 died 31/01/1852 in Salford
Hannah is buried at St James, Salford in plot 71 (see Salford History Group record along with Sarah her daughter. There is an error either in the transcription of the Roman numerals or the actual gravestones as the deaths are shown exactly 100 years early
9.31. THOMAS WALLINGTON b1773 (IGI) bur 21.01.1812 m.Elizabeth/Mary 1801 (Parish Records).
(10.42 Elizabeth bpt 24 June 1804)
10.43 John Giles bpt 04/02/1805 IGI
10.44 William Ford bc1807 bpt 20/03/1811 Bledington IGI
10.45 George bpt20/03/1811 Bledington IGI m Sarah
George and William are shown in IGI records with bpt date of 20 March 1811 with parents Thomas and Mary. George appears in 1871 and 1861 Census as a toy dealer living in Birmingham. In the 1861 Census he is shown living with his mother Elizabeth Rode b Chipping Norton and aged 69 Is this a transcription error for Ford .. and why her maiden name? John Giles is in in 1851 Census, a draper in Birmingham.
10.4 THOMAS WALLINGTON bc1798 London m Mary Mines and had the following issue:
11.1 Margaret bc 1831 London
11.2 Ellen bc 1833 London
11.3 Jane Elizabeth bc 1835 London
11.4 Rowland John bc 1835
10.5 GEORGE WILKINS WALLINGTON bc1802 Charlecote m Emma Thompson and they had the following issue:
11.5 Louisa bc 1826 London
11.6 Sarah Elizabeth bc 1830 London
11.7 Emma bc 1833 London m Henry William Teeton and had three children: Philip Wallington Teeton, Henry George and Frederick William
11.8 Martha bc 1835 London
11.9 Frederick bc 1837 London
10.6 WILLIAM WALLINGTON b.1788 m Margaret and had the following issue:
11.10 Mary b February 24 1814 Warwick
10.13 HENRY WALLINGTON b 1789 Birmingham m Jane Wilkinson June 8 1817 Stockport Cheshire. Jane died in Warrington c1847.
Henry was a carpenter and builder (Stockport Directory).
Henry and Jane had the following issue:
11.11 George b April 1 1818 Stockport d July 14 1889 Warrington
11.12 Edmund b June 1820 Stockport d 1838 Stockport
11.13 Thomas b February 1822 Stockport
11.14 William b July 1824 Stockport d May 16 1892 m Elizabeth Forster December 12 1850. William was a whitesmith in Warrington. His will was proved 1892 and he left £411.
11.15 Elisha b September 1826 Stockport d November 25 1889 Warrington
11.16 Henry b September 1829 d 1873
Henry is mentioned in Warrington Directories of 1850s and 1860s as a surveyor. Regularly mentioned in Warrington Guardian newspaper in 1850s. His business moved to Newton Le Willow in 1857
11.17 John Reeves b September 1829 d 1881
John Reeves was also a whitesmith in Northwich. Estate valued at £505 in 1881
10.15 EDMUND/EDWARD WALLINGTON b 1799 m Elizabeth Jagger.
In the 1841 Census there is an Edward Wallington m to Elizabeth who is a builder. So is ‘Edmund’ a misreading of Edward? The Census gives the address as Wellington Rd which clearly suggests that the name is Edward.
Edward and Elizabeth had the following issue:
11.18 Jane b c1828 Stockport
11.19 Mary b October 20 1829
10.24 THOMAS WALLINGTON b.1783 Stratford m Sarah and had the following issue:
11.20 Elizabeth b May 21 1820 Haselor
11.21 Sarah b October 14 1821
11.23 George b September 15 1824
11.24 Henry b July 7 1825 Haselor
11.25 George b November 11 1827
11.26 Thomas b July 18 1830 Haselor
11.27 Mary Anne b February 2 1832
11.28 Elizabeth b1798 and bpt 23/09/1798 Salford
10.30. GEORGE WALLINGTON b 1814 (?d1883 Warwick) Charlecote m Jane Gardner and had the following issue:
11.29 Mary b 1853 Charlecote
11.30 Martha b 1854 Charlecote
11.31 Rosa b 1856 Charlecote
11.32 Elizabeth b 1858 Charlecote
11.33 Alice b 1859 Charlecote
11.34 George b 1860 Charlecote bpt 22 November 1860
11.35 Harry bc 1861 Charlecote
11.36 Jane bc 1862 Charlecote)
11.37 Catherine Octavia b 1866 Charlecote
11.38 Emily bc 1863 Charlecote
George described in the 1861 Census as a farmer with 420 acres and employing 13 men and 6 boys at Little Hall or Hill Farm, Charlecote; 550 acres in 1871 employing 19 men and three boys; in 1881 only 205 acres and employing 5 men and two boys (he was now 66) There are documents in Shakespeare Birthplace Trust Records Office (Slatter Son and More, Solicitors), relating to George Wallington.
Add Amy b 1864. No record of George, Harry or Jane in 1871 Census)
10.33 JAMES CRISPIANUS/CRESPIGNY b 10 November 1790 bpt 12 December 1790 St Mary Marylebone London (IGI) m Sarah and they had the following issue:
11.39 Sarah b 16 August 1814 bpt 17 Aug 1831 London (IGI)
11.40 Sarah Louise b 16 August1817 bpt 20 Feb 1819 St Mary London (IGI)
11.41 Theresa b24 Jan 1819 bpt 20 Feb 1819 London (IGI)
11.42 Amelia Susanna b 18.11.1823 bpt 12.11.1823 St Mary M’yleb’ne,London (IGI)
11.43 James Robert b15 December 1827 bpt 14 Jan 1828 St Mary (IGI)
11.44 Eliza b 8 January 1830 bpt St Mary 19 Feb 1830 London (IGI)
11.45 Thomas William b 14 Oct 1831 bpt 14 Nov 1831 (IGI)
11.46 Sophia b 25 June 1834 bpt 16 July 1834 St Mary Marylebone London (IGI)
10.38 THOMAS WALLINGTON b1795 m Sarah Garfield bc1796 and had the following issue:
11.47 Sarah b1818 Haselor Warwickshire
11.48 Jane b 1822 Haselor
11.49 Elizabeth b1822 Haselor
11.50 Henry b1825 Haselor
11.51 George b 1827 Haselor
11.52 Thomas b 1830 Haselor
11.53 Mary b1833 Haselor m John Elvins and had son George
11.34 Elizabeth b 1838 Haselor
10.39 GEORGE WALLINGTON (GGG grandfather) b1797 chr 10 07 1797 d 23 March 1878 m Rachel Lane 02/11/1819 by Banns at Kingham. A labourer in 1821, later a coal dealer (1851) who died 19 March 1878 at Salford and buried 23 March at Salford aged 81. Probate granted to John Lyne of Salford, farmer. Rachel was b Kingham, the daughter of Thomas and Hannah and chr 18 September 1791. In 1881 she was an annuitant living with son Harry. She died Chipping Norton in 1885 aged 94 and bur. 20 October in Salford.
They had the following issue:
11.54 Henry b1821 bpt 11/06/1821 Salford m Harriet Thornton b1828 on 13/03/1846 Salford. Henry d1907. Harriet died 1895.
11.55 James b 1823 bpt28/01/1827 Salford m Hannah Green b Chadlington Oxon c1826. They married 09/06/1849 in Chipping Norton (? Salford). James died in 1909.
11.56 William bc1826 Salford
11.57 Jane b1827 bpt 28/01/1827 Salford
11.58 Elizabeth b1830 bpt 07/01/1830 Salford
11.59 Sarah Ann b1833 bpt 13/10/1833 Salford
George and his son Henry were dealers in coal (1851 Census). Tenant farmer with Henry, Over Norton Estate in 1881. Classed as higglers (1844) i.e. person who travels around selling small items.
Was there another son called James who died in infancy. Was this the James b 1823? Might explain gap between date of birth and christening.
10.43 JOHN GILES WALLINGTON b.1805 d1856 (last quarter) m 1.Avis Sutcliffe 1849 d.1855 Birmingham 2. Elizabeth Harman 28 05 1856 Birmingham
11.60 Sarah Ann b25.08.1853 bpt 5.12.1853
11.61 Agnes b25.05.1855
10.44 WILLIAM FORD WALLINGTON bC1807 d1887 Bpt 20 03 1811 Bledington m 1827 Ann/e Whitley d1873 and had the following issue:
11.62 George Henry b1833
11.63 John 1835
11.64 Frederick b1840
11.65 Ann b1842
11.66 Charles b1844
11.67 Henry b1847
He then had further issue with Emily nee Hanks bc1839 who he married in 1876:
11.68 Emily b1857 Cassington Oxon
11.69 William b1859 Oxfordshire
11.70 George b1863 Newport Mon.
11.71 Annie b 1864 Newport Mon d1941
11.72 Frederick b1866 Newport Mon
11.73 Frank b1869 Newport Mon
11.74 Charles b1872 Newport Mon
11.75 Elizabeth b1874 Newport Mon
11.76 Louisa b1876 Newport Mon
11.77 Flora Maria b1879 Newport Mon
Source: 1851,1871 & 1881 Census. The family moved to St Woolos, Monmouthshire where William was a tailor
Transcriptions of Bleddington are Bloddington and Bledyrton in the records
11.11 GEORGE WALLINGTON b1818 Stockport Cheshire d July 14 1889 Warrington Cheshire m Betsy Firth on May 12 1839 in Stockport.
George was a joiner. In his will he is described as a gentleman living in Froghall Lane, Warrington. His son George is also a joiner. His will showed his estate as being worth £5350. He was on the local council. He is believed to have built most of the buildings in Palmyra Square, Warrington. He obtained the joinery contract for Warrington covered market in 1853. He was a Liberal councillor
George and Betsy had the following issue:
12.01 Jane bc1840 d March 3 1905 Warrington m John Scott, a solicitor. A housemaid
12.02 Mary bc 1842 m Daniel Gray 1863 Warrington Guardian
12.03 Henry bc 1844 Stockport dc1889, a joiner
12.04 Martha bc1845 m John Lowe
12.05 Hannah b April 16 1846 Warrington m William Ford in 1871
Mentioned in Warrington Examiner as being 89 and living with her son Walter
12.06 George b January 23 1850 Warrington
12.07 Edward bc1852 Warrington m Frances
Edward became a Headmaster and retired in 1919. He started as a pupil teacher1865-70 becoming a head in 1898 of Peoples College. The Warrington Guardian carried tributes to him on his retirement from Arpley Street School in 1919. Was a deacon of Wycliffe Congregational Church. He was a member of the NUT.
12.08 Elizabeth bc1855 m Joseph Bouchier 1879. Warrington Guardian referred in 1937 to fact she had been married for 58 years.Had 2 daughters and one son plus 8 grandchildren.
12.09 Emily bc 1857 m Ebenezer England. Celebrated Golden Wedding in 1937. 1 son, 3 daughters and 6 grandchildren
11.13. THOMAS WALLINGTON b February 1822 in Stockport m. Mary d 30 July 1889.
Became a Roman Catholic. A coal and bone merchant in the Warrington/Runcorn area. He left £17,657 in his will.
Thomas and Mary had the following issue:
12.10 William Henry bc 1845
12.11 Prudentia bc 1846 d 1907 Left £3762
12.12 Jane Margaret bc1847
12.13 Edmund Alfred bc1850 Leigh, Bedfordshire d1904 Warrington m Mary Lamb
12.14 Walter John b Warrington c1853 m i Martha ii Elizabeth. Coal Merchant
12.15 Thomas bc 1855 Warrington
12.16 Mary Teresa b 1858 d 1913 Warrington
11.14. ELISHA WALLINGTON b 1826 d 25 November 1889 Warrington m Anne
Signatory to formation of Warrington Co-operative Society. Worked for Nield & Co, a castings company. Active in Wycliffe Congregational Church. Regular references in Warrington Guardian in the 1850s and 1860s.
Elisha and Anne had the following issue:
12.17 William Henry b 1855 m Elizabeth Houghton Clarke d bef 1917
He was weights & measures inspector at Warrington Market. Died before 1917 and left £1546
12.18 Thomas H b 1857 Warrington Postmaster of Letchford.
12.19 Mary Polly b Warrington
11.24 HENRY WALLINGTON b 1795 in Haselor married Eliza and had the following issue:
12.20 Sara Jane b May 3 1855
11.26 THOMAS WALLINGTON b 1830 Haselor m Elizabeth b Wolverton
Living in the village of Wolverton in 1881 Census.
They had the following issue
- 1 Jane bc 1858 Wolverton
- George bc 1863 Wolverton
12.23 Henry R b 1868 Wolverton Warwickshire
12.24 Lizzie b1873 Wolverton
11.54 HENRY WALLINGTON b 11.06 1821 Salford, Oxon m. Harriet Thornton March 13 1846 had the following issue:
12.25 Elizabeth b18.02 1847 bpt 26/12/1847 married Timothy Clements in Stow on the Wold on 12/09/1868.
12.26 George Henry b1848 Salford bpt 25/12/1849
12.27 John Edward b1850 and bpt 25/12/1850 Salford married Kate Turner on 20/09/1873. He was an engine driver and Kate a dressmaker.
12.28 Kate was bc1848 and died 1936. John died 1901 and was a quarryman. They had one daughter Laura b 1887 and died 1887.
- William b1852 bpt 24/12/1852 Salford
12.30 Sarah Ann b1854 bpt04/06/1854 Salford (Did she move to London?
12.31 Albert William b1861 bpt06/07/1862 m Emma Thornton 02/12/1882Salford d1925 Chipping Norton. Albert died 1937
12.32 Ellen b1860 bpt 06/07/1862 m Charles Watkins
12.33 Walter James b1864 bpt 20/05/1866 d09/01/1928 m Edith
12.34 Thomas b1865 m Louisa
12.35 Urban Alfred b 1866
12.36 Herbert bc1866
12.37 William Henry b1868 bpt 16/04/1870 Salford d1943 m Ellen Eden 02/05/1896 Chipping Norton, William d1943, Ellen d1936
12.38 James bc1870
12.39 Reuben bc 1871
Sources: A tenant farmer of land belonging to Salford and Over Norton Estate:
- l book; freehold
11.55. JAMES WALLINGTON (G G grandfather) b1823 Salford d 1909 Chipping Norton m Hannah Green 09/06/1849. Hannah born Chadlington chr 20/021828 d1914 Chipping Norton. Hannah was living with her mother Martha Newman who was a widow in 1861.
They had the following children:
12.40 William b 13/11/1852 m Emma Walker 12/10/1872 Salford
12.41 Frank b1853 d 1853 Salford
12.42 Charles b22/06/1856 m Jane Smith of Hook Norton 19/11/1881 d23/02/1946 Lechlade. Jane was born 22/05/1861 Hook Norton d13/02/1933 Lechlade.
12.43 Martha b13/05/1861 Salford m Charles Burden 1885
12.44 Francis b23/05/1863 Salford m Kate Taylor 1902
12.45 Joyce b08/11/1865 Salford m Thomas Jones bc1860 dc1920
12.46 Lucy b23/10/1867 Salford became a General Servant: not in 1901 Census. Did she marry between 1891 and 1901?
12.47 James b23/05/1870 d04/06/1870
Sources: Census & Free BMD Living 1871 Vicarage House, Salford and then Chipping Norton until his death. Hannah still alive in 1911 and living with Francis and Kate Wallington
12.03 HENRY WALLINGTON bc1844 Warrington m Catherine and had the following issue:
13.01 Arthur bc 1865 Warrington
13.02 Edith bc 1866 Warrington
13.03 Frederick bc 1870 Warrington
13.04 Lily bc 1876 Warrington
13.05 Percy bc 1879 Warrington
12.06 GEORGE WALLINGTON b1850 m Margaret Rathbone on January 23 1874 in Warrington.
Succeeded to his father’s building business. Died at the age of 76. Always identified with the Liberal Party. He was acting as Poll Clerk in 1868 and saw the hustings used for the last time in Manchester. Was Ward Secretary for the Town Hall Ward. Attended Wycliffe Congregational Church and occupied every office there including teacher, superintendent, treasurer, choirmaster and deacon. He left £28. He unveiled the War Memorial in Lower Walton. In February 1924 he celebrated his Golden Wedding anniversary.Margaret made a will on 22 March 1927 and made Lucy (Marple), Frank Rathbone Wallington and Tom Wallington her Trustees. She left a grandfather clock to Tom, household effects, jewellery and other personal effects to Helen. Proceeds of sale divided equally among the children with Tom Wallington having first refusal of the property at valuation. Nearly went bankrupt throuogh speculative building just prior to 1914 and bailed out by his children.
George and Margaret had the following issue:
13.06 Grace b1874 Warrington d 1894
13.07 Lucy b 1875 Warrington m Thomas Marple
13.08 George Firth b1876 Warrington d in infancy
13.09 Daniel b 1878 d in infancy
13.10 Margaret b 1879 m Charles Roff
13.11 Annie bc1880 m Sidney Phillips
13.12 Thomas Firth b 1882 d1944 m Dolly Atkinson
13.13 Arthur b1883 d 1896
13.14 George Edward b1884
13.15 Dora b1885
13.16 William Edmund b1886
13.17 Frank Rathbone 1892
13.18 Helen b 1894 d1970
13.19 Walter b1895 killed in action 1918. On War Memorial in Salford
Possibly more children who died in infancy
12.07 EDWARD WALLINGTON bc 1852 in Warrington m Frances and had the following issue:
13.20 Eva Cheetham bc 1877
13.21 Anne F bc 1879
13.22 Harold bc 1881
13.23 Agnes M bc 1883
13.24 Bessie bc 1885
13.25 Herbert bc 1888
12.13 EDMUND ALFRED bc 1850 in Warrington m Mary Lamb and had the following issue:
13.26 Bernardine bc 1875 d1961
13.27 Edmund bc 1877 d 1945
13.28 Mary Theresa bc 1880 d1947
13.29 Mary Monica bc 1884 d1958
13.30 Thomas bc 1886 d1956
13.31 Mary Joseph bc1889 d1964
13.32 Mary Gwendoline bc 1890 d1964
13.33 Nora Mary bc 1892 d 1971
12.31 ALBERT WILLIAM WALLINGTON b1861 Salford d 1937 m Emma Thornton on 02/12/1882 and had the following issue:
13.34 Edith Ellen b25/05/1884 Wool Turner m William Padley 1912 d1961. Had a son Kenneth John b1913.
13.35 Walter George b28/03/1886 Salford m 1906 Elizabeth Thornton bc1885.Walter d1952
13.36 John Henry b29/07/1888 Salford m Nellie Grantham 1916. John d1979 in Salford
13.37 Emma Mary or May b28/09/1890 Salford
13.38 Laura b1890 Salford
13.39 Kate Millicent b 1894 m J Gardiner 1923
13.40 Ethel Rebecca b1899 bpt 11/03/1900 Salford m B Hardiman in 1922
13.41 Percival Frank b30/09/1906 Salford
Albert was a general labourer in the 1891 censu and an engine driver in 1901; John Henry was a carter in 1901 and Walter George an ag lab.
12.32 ELLEN WALLINGTON b 1860 m Charles Watkins had the following issue:
13.42 Emma b25/06/1883
13.43 Annie b27/07/1884
13.44 James William b29/08/1886
13.45 Agnes b16/12/1888
13.46 Laura 28/12/1890
13.47 Gertrude Rose b1892
13.48 Elsie b28/10/1894
13.49 Mabel b09/08/1896
13.50 Hilda b04/11/1900 m F Cooper
13.51 George William b23/10/1904
12.33 WALTER WALLINGTON b1864 d09/01/1929 married Edith Adelaide Hancox bc 1868 Chipping Norton d. 16/04/1951 had the following issue:
13.52 Arthur Henry b29/12/1889 Salford d1953
13.53 Ellen Gertrude bpt25/12/1891 Salford
13.54 Alice Annie b01/10/1893 Salford
13.55 William Albert b1895 Salford d March 1988
13.56 Sarah Ann b1898 Salford
13.57 Albert b30/11./1899 Salford bpt 11/03/1900 d1928 m Winifred Pinfold and died 27/07/1981
13.58 James Walter b20/03/1904 Salford m Freda Haywood died 19/02/1967 Salford
13.59 George b05/05/1907 Salford d1980
In 1911 shown as a haulier.He is buried in St James, Salford
12.37 WILLIAM HENRY b1868 m Ellen Eden b 11/02/1876 Hook Norton d09/06/1943 Salford had
13.60 Florence Mayb1895 bpt19/07/1896 m H Coleman d1960
13.61 Hilda b1897 m, William Hillier 1920
13.62 Rose b 1899 Salford d 1978 Rock Spa USA
13.63 Norah b14/04/1901 bpt25/05/1901 m Ivan Tustain 1921
13.64 Ivy Ethel b1903 bpt02/08/1903 m F Bishop
13.65 Elsie Violet b1905 bpt17/12/1905
13.66 William Harry b1907 Salford d1975 m (1) Nancy Dore 1904/1935 in Banbury and (2) Margaret Harris 1908- 1981
13.67 Thomas Reuben b 1909 Salford m Dorothy Pratley 1935 in Stow on the Wold.
13.68 Edna Phyllis b1912 bpt26/07/1914 Salford
13.69 Amy Nellie b1913 bpt26/07/1914 Salford m ? Huxley
13.70 Myrtle Phyllis Lorraine b1918 bpt03/03/1918 m Frederick Gilbert 1938
A Railway plate layer in 1911 living in Over Norton. .Gravestone in St James, Salford to both William and Ellen
12.40. WILLIAM WALLINGTON b13/11/1852 d1931 m Emma Walker on 12/10/1872 in Salford had the following issue:
13.71 Ernest William b1873 Salford d 1936
13.72 Mary b1875 bpt27/10/1875 d 102/11/1875
13.73 Elizabeth b 1877 Salford
13.74 John bc1877 Salford
12.42 CHARLES WALLINGTON (great grandfather) b22/06/1856 d24 Feb 1946 m last quarter 1881 Jane Smith, daughter of Joseph and Martha, a baker, b Hook Norton 22/05/1861 and died 13/02/1933 Lechlade had the following issue:
13.75 Ellen b1882 Lechlade m (1) Stephen Willis (2) Charles Gibbons
- 07/12/1959 Botley
13.76 William b1885 d1885
13.77 John b21/04/1886 Lechlade m Ethel Danbury 1915 d05/11/1967
13.78 . Florence b19/12/1887 Lechlade m William Brown 1911 d Portsmouth 11/11/1981
13.79 Frank b09/05/1890 Lechlade m Ellen (Nellie) Edwards b 1885 Yarpole Herefordshire in Tenbury Wells on 27/07/1911 d1957. Ellen died 1985 in Tenbury Wells.
13.80 Elizabeth (Lizzie) b24/02/1892 Lechlade m Leonard Smallwood 25/09/1920. Elizabeth d21/06/1973and Leonard died 17/03/1981 in Worthing.
13.81 Kate b05/10/1894 Lechlade m Sidney Wood 1895-1958. Kate died 21/06/1961.
13.82 Sarah Ann b 24/01/1895 m Walter Ingham 1920. Died 08/05/1975 Bournemouth.
13.83 Lucy b03/01/1897 Lechlade m Ernest Cowell 25/09/1920 (see sister Elizabeth) d18/05/1968
13.84 Ruth b21/11/1898 Lechlade m Will Davis 1935 d. Ware 15/05/1975
13.85 George 1900-1901
13.86 Alice b08/02/1902 Lechlade m Carmelo Herrero 1937 d Madrid 1999. Carmelo d1971
13.87 Ethel b05/08/1904 Lechlade m David Gummer 1934 d 21/08/1984 Ware, Herts
13.88 Percy b22/10/1906 Lechlade m Ethel Luker 1933 d 04/09/1951
13.89 Isaac b1907Q4 d 1907Q4
The Lechlade paper described their 50th Wedding anniversary. They were living in Hambridge Lane, Charles having moved to Lechlade in 1876 when he entered the service of Philip Whitfield of Manor Farm (200 acres) with whom he remained for 11 years. For the next 30 years he worked for Mr G J Hicks and then for 9 years with P W Ford. Their eldest son, John, presented them with a two tier cake and the celebrations were held at the home of their eldest (?) daughter, Mrs Willis, Spring Gardens. Charles was described as one of the oldest members and Deacon of the local Baptist Church. The organist at the service of celebration was Charles Willis, their grandson. They were described as having 3 sons and 9 daughters with 16 grandchildren. Charles left £350.
12.43 MARTHA WALLINGTON b13/05/1861 m Charles Burden bc1862 Chipping Norton in 1885 and had the following issue:
13.90 Florence m William Hill
13.91 Annie m Joseph 1921 Chipping Norton
13.92 William b1897 Salford
12.44 FRANCIS WALLINGTON b23/05/1863 Salford m (1)Sarah Robinson and (2) Kate Taylor in 1902 and had the following issue with Kate:
13.93 Frances Ruth b1903 Chipping Norton
13.94 Frederick James b1905 Chipping Norton
13.95 Margaret Kate b1907 Chipping Norton
13.96 Nora Mary b1911 Chipping Norton.
In the 1911 Census Hannah Wallington was living with her son at 7 Worcester Rd Chipping Norton.He was a woollen packer.
13.97 Mary b1882 bpt28/01/1882
12.45 JOYCE WALLINGTON b08/11/1865 m Thomas Jones bc1860 dc1920 and had the following issue:
13.98 Lucy Lillian b1890 m James Dingle
13.99 Rosetta bc1890
13.100 Aubrey b1895 lock keeper.
13.101 Albert Edward bc1895
13.14. GEORGE EDWARD bc 1884 d1933 m Elizabeth Anderton b Dublin and had the following issue:
14.01 George Edward bc 1910
14.02 Margaret Linda bc 1913
14.03 Winifred Mary bc 1914
14.04 Charles Walter bc 1919
14.05 Frank bc 1922
A shop assistant living in London in 1911
13.16. WILLIAM EDMUND WALLINGTON b1889 d1956 married Adeline Louise Abbott b29 May 1894 Lychett Matravers on 23 March 1923 in Bournemouth had the following issue:
14.06 Patsy Ann b1929 m Ray Pryce
14.07 David Anthony (Tony) Abbott b May 1 1933
13.30 THOMAS HAROLD WALLINGTON b 1886 d 1956 m Kathleen Nielson and had the following issue:
14.08 Joan Wallington b 1919 d 1926
14.09 Bryan Harold Wallington b 1921 m Judi Williamson
13.35 WALTER GEORGE WALLINGTON b1886 m Elizabeth Thornton had the following issue:
14.10 Mabel Emma b Salford and bpt 25/12/1905 m fnu Rourke
14.11 Edith Ellen b 1906 d1906
14.12 Olive Kate b1908 bpt20/09/1908 d1976 Walsall m Albert Sigston b1902 d1978
14.13 Doris May b1911 and bpt11/04/1912
14.14 Constance Iris b1913 bpt07/12/1913 m George Radburn
13.36 JOHN HENRY WALLINGTON b1888 m Nellie Irene Grantham in 1916 and had the following issue:
14.15 Evelyn Irene b06/01/1917 Chipping Norton m. Aubrey Denys Cole 1940 Chipping Norton had one son, Peter Michael b1945.
14.16 Percival John b1920 Chipping Norton m Florence Murray and had four children: Alan, Brian Susan and Steven
14.17 Margaret Joan b02/10/1923 Horsehay, Shropshire m William Roberts and had 3 children: Michael John b Wakefield 1947, Christine Ann bPontefract 1949 and Peter William b Pontefract 12/2/1957.
Traction Engine Driver in 1911 following father’s occupation.
13.57 ALBERT WALLINGTON b30/11/1899 Salford d27/07/1981 m Winifred Pinfold bc1900 d1978 had the following issue:
. 14.18 Walter Albert b Salford1930 m Jean Coleman
14.19 Janet Pauline b1954 Salford m Richard Howard (1) and Colin Hovard (2).
13.58 JAMES WALTER WALLINGTON bc1904 d19/02/1967 Salford m Freda Haywood b1905 and had the following issue:
14.20 Derek James b1934 bpt05/06/1934 Chipping Norton
14.21 Maurice William b1937 bpt01/18/1937
14.22 Josephine Rita b1945.
Details from his gravestone at St James, Salford
13.66 WILLIAM HENRY WALLINGTON b1907 d1975 married (1) Nancy Dore b1904 d1935 and (2)Margaret Emily Harris b01/03/1908 d1991 had the following issue with Nancy Dore:
14.23 William J b1931 Hook Norton and
14.24 James Henry b1933 Hook Norton m Shirley Townsend
and with Margaret Harris:
14.25 Brian Michael b1936 Hook Norton
14.26 Stella Margaret b26/09/1937 Hook Norton d1990 Little Tew m Brian Fitt
14.27 Verna Helen b1939 Hook Norton m (1)Kenneth Whyman 1936 – 1987 and (2) Bryan Money 1934 –1997
Founder of Wallington Transport. Bought his first lorry c1940 and operated out of a yard in Hook Norton. Purchased larger premises in Chipping Norton in 1961 operating as haulage and warehousing company.
13.67 THOMAS REUBEN WALLINGTON b1909 Salford d 10.10.1982 m Dorothy Pratley bc1910 in 1935 had the following issue:
14.28 Thomas b1934.
14.29 Edna Jean bc1935
14.30 Brenda b Chipping Norton 1937
14.31 Jennifer May b Chipping Norton 1939
14.32 Margaret Evelyn b1940
14.33 Leslie Dermot b1942
14.34 Anne Denise b Chipping Norton 1947
Gravestone in St James, Salford shows date of death as 10 October 1982
13.75 ELLEN WALLINGTON b25/09/1889 d07/12/1959 m (1)Stephen Willis and (2)Charles Gibbons. Ellen and Stephen had the following issue:
14.35 Charles Stephen bc1910 m Kate (Kitty) Collet and had son John
14.36 Harold bc1911 m AmeliaEileen (Millie) Sykes and had daughter Dawn
14.37 Fred bc1915
14.38 Eric bc1920
13.77 JOHN WALLINGTON b21/04/1886 Lechlade d 05/11/1967 m Ethel Danbury b26/09/1888 d1960 Bladon in May 1915 and had the following issue:
14.39 John Raymond b15/01/1923 m Ottilie Milner 1947
14.40 Mary b01/06/1929 (adopted) m (1) Richard Rogers in Oxford 1950 (2) fnu Rankin
13.78 FLORENCE WALLINGTON (Florrie) b19/12/1887 d11/11/1981 m William Brown b01/07/1879 Hampstead d 28/04/1973 and had the following issue:
14.41 Frederick b09/06/1914 d Montrose 21/10/1943 London m Queenie Tatam in Ontario, Canada
14.42 Winifred b20/02/1921 m Arthur Reeves bc1920
13.79 FRANK WALLINGTON (grandfather) b09/05/1890 Lechlade d1958 m Ellen (Nellie) Edwards b17/07/1885 Bircher Village, Yarpole on d24/07/1974 Tenbury Wells married on 27/07/1911. He was living at 59 Cross Street, Tenbury at the time of 1911 census. Married at St Michael’s, Old Wood, Tenbury and had the following children:
14.43 Eric Bryan b29/01/1913 d24/10/1977 m Mary Gertrude Davison 1941
14.44 Victor Frank b05/06/1915 d.27/11/1992 m Phyllis Jenkins 1941
13.80 ELIZABETH WALLINGTON (Lizzie) b24/02/1892 m Leonard Smallwood d. 17/03/1981 on 25 September 1920 in St Lawrence’s Church, Lechlade on the same day as her sister Lucy. Died 21/06/1973
13.81 KATE WALLINGTON b05/10/1893 Lechlade d02/02/1961 m Sidney Wood bc 1895 d 19/10/1958 and had the following issue:
14.45 Ruth b1920 d1999 m Charles Baker 1918 – c2004
13.82 SARAH ANN WALLINGTON b24/01/1895 m Walter Ingham d 1975 Bournemouth and had the following issue:
14.46 Jean Margaret Ingham b 12/09/1929
13.83 LUCY WALLINGTON b03/01/1897 Lechlade d18/05/1968 m Ernest Cowell b15/01/1900 -1974 on 25 September 1920 on the same day as her sister Lizzie at St Lawrence Lechlade and had the following issue:
14.47 Joan b Eltham 1921 m Norman Cole 1924 – 1985
14.48 Gordon b16/05/1923 m Joyce McClelland
14.49 Ronald b18/05/1926 Eltham m Maisie snu
14.50 Marjorie b21/06/1928 d2010 m Edward Wailes
14.51 Robert b25/11/1933 m Joan McKnight had an adopted daughter Catherine b1976
13.84 RUTH WALLINGTON b21/11/1898 Lechlade d15/05/1975 m Will Davis b1900 d25/07/1992 in 1935 and had the following issue:
14.52 Gwen b11/07/1936 m Ray Devlin
13.86 ALICE WALLINGTON b08/02/1902 d1999 m Carmelo Cruz Herrero-Garcia b16/06/1905 Saelices d1971 Sanlucar Spain married Richmond Surrey on 28/08/1937 and had the following issue:
14.53 Alonso Herrero-Garcia b01/04/1938 Kew m Blanca-Nieves Cortezon- Santamaria on 27 July 1968 at Burgos Cathedral
Alice was Lady in Waiting at the Spanish Court and left for England with them when the monarchy was overthrown in the Civil War in the 1930s
13.87 ETHEL WALLINGTON b05/08/1904 Lechlade d21/08/1984 Llanbradach m David Gummer 13/10/1904 d01/10/1984 and had the following issue:
14.54 Margaret b05/02/1935 Lechlade m Colin Williams
14.55 Olwyn b22/11/1942 Lechlade m John Herbert
David Gummer was uncle to David John Selwyn Gummer MP (Lord Deben). He was a Baptist.
13.88 PERCY WALLINGTON b22/10/1906 d04/09/1951 m Ethel Luker b29/08/1910 – 2009 and had the following issue:
14.56 Jean b17/12/1935 m John Holmes b03/07/1933 Romford Essex
14.57 Howard b23/01/1944 Lechlade m Jean Holland b24/02/1949
Like his father an active Baptist being a Deacon, Trustee and Sunday School Teacher
13.91 ANNIE BURDEN m Joseph Guy and had the following issue:
14.58 Muriel b 1925 Chipping Norton m Raymond Keene 1948
13.98 LUCY LILLIAN JONES b1890 m John James Dingle bc1900 and had the following issue:
14.59 Joyce b17/06/1923 m Wilfred Brogan 1919-2011 in 1954
14.60 Lillian 1929 – 1955
14.9 WALTER ALBERT WALLINGTON bc1930 Salford m Jean Hazel Coleman 1929 Salford – 2003 had the following issue
15.1 Neale b1952 Chipping Norton m Elizabeth Simms
15.2 Janet b Pauline b Chipping Norton1954 m (1) Richard Howard and (2) Colin Howard
14.15 JAMES HENRY WALLINGTON b1933 Hook Norton m Shirley Townsend b1935 and had the following issue:
15.3 Graham b 1957 Chipping Norton
15.4 Michael b 1959 Chipping Norton
15.5 Andrew b1963 Chipping Norton
15.6 Sandra b1967 Chipping Norton
14.26 JOHN RAYMOND WALLINGTON b29/01/1923 Oxford m Ottilie Milner b04/11/1922 in 1947 and had the following issue:
15.7 Monica Maria b Oxford 1948 m John Donovan
15.8 Michael John b Oxford 1949 m i. Simone Thomason ii. Sandra Kapoor
15.9 Jacqueline b1960 m James Horgan
14.32 FREDERICK BROWN b09/06/1914 Portsmouth d21/10/1943 Montrose m Queenie Tatum b30/12/1912 Toronto d31/05/1972 Portsmouth had the following issue:
15.10 Carol b20/04/1940 London m Roger Downing
14.33 WINIFRED BROWN b20/02/1921 m Arthur Reeves b14/05/1918 d01/12/1976 and had the following issue:
15.12 David b19/08/1943 Portsmouth m Jacqueline Drake
15.13 Ronald Reeves b30/10/1944 m (1)Margaret Green (2) Jacqueline Drake
15.14 Geoffrey b23/12/1947 Portsmouth m June Green
14.34 ERIC BRYAN WALLINGTON( father) b29/01/1913 d24/10/1977 m 08/02/1940 Howey Wales Mary Davison b04/03/1905 Bomere Heath Salop d24/03/1988 Castlewellan N I and had the following issue:
15.15 David Eric b Howey Radnorshire 30/05/1942 m Elspeth McDowell ` b26/09/1942 in 1967
15.16 Richard Clive b02/07/1946 m Catherine Murphy b1942 in 1973
14.35 VICTOR FRANK WALLINGTON b05/06/1915 –d27/11/1992 m Phyllis Jenkins b1915 in 1941 d 31 July 2002 and had the following issue:
15.17 Margaret Susan b1945
15.18 Joan b1947
14.36 RUTH WOOD b1920 d1999 Devizes married Charles Baker b1918 d Lichfield 2002 and had the following issue
15.19 David Charles b10/06/1950 m Joy 01/06/1996 Trowbridge
15.20 Paul Julian b07/06/1958
14.38 JOAN COWELL b Eltham 1921 m Norman Cole b07/06/1924 d 19 June 1985 and had the following issue:
15.21 David b14/01/1950
15.22 Linda b12/12/1952 m Robert Anthony Robson
14.39 GORDON COWELL b16/05/1923 m Joyce McClelland b02/11/1924 and had the following children:
15.23 Carol b 05/03/1950 m David Balaam bc1947
15.24 Michael b 07/04/1955 m Pauline Kenway
14.40 RONALD COWELL b18/05/1926 d2007 m Maisie and had the following issue:
15.25 Susan b Eltham 1958
15.26 Sandra b Eltham 1959
14.41 MARJORIE COWELL b21/06/1928 m Edward Wailes b15/02/1928 on 18/06/1949. Edward d27/01/1975 and had the following issue:
15.27 Ann b04/08/1950 m Andrew Forrester b13/05/1952
15.28 Gillian b19/12/1954 m Niall Machugh b25/12/1952
15.29 Paul b 14/01/1960 m Linda Johnson b16/03/1961
15.30 Jenny b09/03/1962 m Kevin Norris b06/02/1961
14.43 GWEN DAVIES b11/07/1936 Denham m Ray Devlin b26/11/1935 Hertfordshire and had the following issue;
15.31 Cheryl b19/01/1962 m Stewart King b19/10/1961 Harlow on 19/09/1981
14.44 ALONSO HERRERO-GARCIA b01/04/1938 Kew d 2013 Madrid and Blanca-Nieves Cortezon-Santamaria b1942 Burgos had the following issue:
15.32 Alfonso b28/04/1969 Madrid Spain
15.33 Gustavo b Burgos Spain 24/01/1975
14.45 MARGARET GUMMER b05/02/1935 Lechlade m Colin Williams bc 1933 and had the following issue:
15.34 Patricia b 18/02/1961 Llandbradach
15.35 Jane b 18/031964 m Michael Elliot had son Jake b07/09/1992 and had two children Samuel b05/08/1992 and James b13/09/1994
14.46 OLWYN GUMMER b22/11/1942 Lechlade m John Herbert b11/09/1942 and had the following child:
15.36 Jacqueline Ann b 05/03/1964 Llanbradach m John Hall b24/02/1967
14.47 JEAN WALLINGTON b17/12/1935 m John Holmes b03/07/1933 and had the following issue:
15.37 Paul b30/05/1961 m Laura Bennett b30/12/1968: child Frea b 18/01/1994
15.38 Alan b07/08/1964 m Brenda: 3 Children – Kerry b06/01/1985, Lindsey b29/04/1987 Swindon, Lauren b08/10/1992 Swindon
15.39 Peter 07/03/1970 m Susan Lever b09/02/1970 in 21/07/1990
14.48 HOWARD WALLINGTON m Jean Holland and had the following issue:
15.40 Ian Holland b25/05/197
15.41 Joanne 07/08/1975
14.50 JOYCE DINGLE b1923 m Wilfred Brogan b1919 d 2011 and had the following issue:
15.42 Jeremy b1957 d2017
14.57 PATRICIA k/a Patsy ANN WALLINGTON bc 1929 Bournemouth m Ray Leighton Pryce. They had the following issue:
15.43 Simon Leighton bc 1956
15.44 Andrew Christopher bc 1958
15.45 Timothy William bc 1960
14.58 DAVID ANTHONY (TONY) ABBOTT WALLINGTON b1933 d 2004 m Babette Therese Cornelia Kertess b22 July 1934 dc1998 had the following issue:
- 46 Francis Anthony b 1 January 1962 Manchester
14.60 BRYAN HAROLD WALLINGTON b 1921 m Judy Williamson had the following issue:
15.47 Andrew Wallington b 1950
15.48 Mark Wallington b 1953
15.49 Jane Wallington b 1956
15.50 Jonathan Wallington b 1962
15.1 NEALE WALLINGTON m Elizabeth Simms had the following issue:
16.1 Barry Alan b 23/08/1978 Chipping Norton
16.2 Trevor Andrew b 1981 Chipping Norton
16.3 Vicky b1984 Chipping Norton m Philip Rainbow
15.7 MONICA WALLINGTON b Oxford 1984 m John Donovan and had the following issue:
16.4 Carol b06/10/1968 Kingston
16.5 Nicola b 02/04/1970 Kingston
15.8 MICHAEL JOHN WALLINGTON b Oxford 1949 m (1) Simone Thomson b28/02/1950 and (2) Sandra Kapoor b Guyana on 10/10 1987 Ashford and had the following children with Simone:
16.6 Matthew b 16/03/1970 Isleworth
16.7 Esther b31/05/1971 Isleworth m Stephen John Brosnan 17/08/1992 Jamaica
16.8 Michelle b 31/08/1971 m David Peter Brace 08/02/1992 Woking
16.9 Rachel b04/07/1986
15.9 JACQUELINE WALLINGTON b12/02/1960 m James Horgan and had the following issue:
16.10 Leon b16/09/1981 Chiswick
16.11 Adam b 07/05/1984 Chiswick
15.10 CAROL BROWN b1940 m Roger Downing and had the following issue:
16.12 Andrew b11/05/1966 m
16.13 Lisa b21/03/1969 m Ian Mackintosh
16.14 Philip b02/06/1971 m Catriona Rowsell
15.11 GRAHAM BROWN m Margaret Haining and had the following issue:
16.15 Fiona b02/04/1978
16.16 Roderick b04/10/1980
16.17 Abigail b29/07/1982
15.13 RONALD REEVES m (1) Margaret Green divorced 1970) and (2) Jacqueline Drake and had the following issue:
16.18 Rachel b11/06/1968 m M Hasseyen and had one child Jack b 23/11/1994
16.19 Maria b 04/09/1979
16.20 Benjamin b18/09/1980
15.14 GEOFFREY REEVES m June Green and had the following issue:
16.21 Christopher b15/01/1976
16.22 Victoria b16/10/1980
15.15 DAVID ERIC WALLINGTON b30/05/1942 Howey, Radnorshire m Elspeth McDowell b26/10/1942 St Matthews Bayswater on 09/12/1967 and had the following issue:
16.23 Mark b15/05/1969 Nairobi Kenya m Clare Houghton
16.24 Niall b 26//02/1973 Royston Hertfordshire m. Trisha Preater
16.25 Clare b14/11/1975 Royston Hertfordshire m Tom Roberts
15.16 RICHARD CLIVE WALLINGTON (brother) b04/07/1946 Tenbury Wells m Catherine Murphy b Belfast N I and had the following issue:
16.26 Alexis b1976 London
16.27 Kirsty b1984 Northern Ireland
15.23 CAROL COWELL m David Balaam and had the following issue:
16.28 Nicole b 08/03/1979
16.29 Lindsay b31/08/1981
15.24 SUSAN COWELL b1958 m George Woolsey and had the following issue:
16.30 Alexander b 25/12/1985
16.31 Laura Ann b 13/01/1989
15.27 ANN WAILES m Andrew Forrester and had the following issue:
16.32 Katrina b 02/03/1981
16.33 Mark David b 25/02/1988
16.34 Stephen b29/01/1991
16.35 Jonathan b29/01/1991
15.28 GILLIAN WAILES b Niall Mac Hugh and had the following issue:
16.36 Fiona b27/09/1988
16.37 Conner b 29/06/1991
15.29 PAUL WAILES m Linda Johnson and had the following issue:
16.38 Sara b 09/10/1982
16.39 James b23/02/1987
15.30 JENNY WAILES m Kevin Norris and had the following issue:
16.40 Christopher b 06/01/1987
16.41 Richard b18/09//1988
16.42 Michael b30/10/199
15.31 CHERYL DEVLIN m Stewart King and had the following issue:
16.43 Leia b02/01/1984 Harlow
16.44 Lauren b 17/03/1987 Harlow
16.3 VICKY WALLINGTON b1984 Salford and Philip Rainbow had the following issue:
17.1 Woody John b2005
16.23 MARK WALLINGTON m Clare Houghton and had the following issue:
17.2 Henry Vernon b16/08/2002 Leicester
16.24 NIALL WALLINGTON m Trisha Preater b1973 and had the following issue:
17.3 Libby Rose b23/04/2006 Peterborough
17.4 Ava Mae b11/06/2009 Peterborough
16.25 CLARE WALLINGTON m Tom Roberts b1967 and had the following issue:
17.5 Charlotte Lily b 09/08/2007 Orpington
17.6 Barnaby Samuel Otto b18/07/2009 Orpington
|15||JOHN WALLINGTON, of Buckland, Co. Glouc., Born c. 1520. M 1st Catherine Hawkes. M 2nd Anne Lawrence. He had issue by his 1st wife:|
|1.STEPHEN, of whom we presently.|
|14||STEPHEN WALLINGTON, of Berrington, in the Parish of Chipping Campden, Co. Glouc., Born c. 1550. M Deborah. Died 1632. Admon. Granted at P.C.C., 1632 – in which he was described as “Stephen Wallington, of Berrington, in the Parish of Chipping Campden, Miller”. He had issue:||Admon PCC|
|1.John, of Berrington, in the Parish of Chipping Campden., Born c. 1580. M 13 Nov. 1606 at Mickleton, Co. Glouc., Elizabeth Greenham. In the ‘Gloucester Muster Roll’ he was recorded as “John Wallington, Mickleton, Miller”, 1608. Will dated 1635 – in which he was described as “John Wallington, of Berrington Mill in the Parish of Chipping Campden”. Will Proved at the Consistory Court of Gloucester, 1636. He had issue:||PR|
Gloucester Muster Roll 1608
|1a.John, Born 1607 at Mickleton.|
|2.Simon, of Wick Rissington, Co. Glouc., Will Proved at the Consistory Court of Gloucester, 1664 – recorded in his grant of probate as “Symon [sic] Wallington, Miller & Yeoman”.||Will Glouc|
|3.Crispianus, M Anne. Died 1636. He had issue:|
|1a.Thomas, M 15 April 1635 Elizabeth Sandon.|
|4.Daniel, of Lapworth, Co. Warw., In the ‘Gloucester Muster Roll’ he was recorded as “Daniel Wallington, Buckland, Assistant Miller”, 1608. M Prudence. He had issue:||Gloucester Muster Roll 1608|
|1a.Abigail, Bapt. 30 Aug. 1618 at Ebrington, Co. Glouc.|
|2a.Francis, Bapt. 17 March 1620/1 at Ebrington, Co. Glouc.|
|3a.Rowland, of Lapworth, Co. Warw., He was mentioned in the will of his 1st cousin Rowland Wallington as “my cousin Rowland Wallington of Lapworth in Warwickshire” under which he received a bequest of 40s, 16 Sept. 1693.||Cousin’s will|
|4a.Prudence, Bapt. 3 June 1627 at Lapworth.|
|5a.Deborah, Bapt. 27 Dec. 1629 at Lapworth.|
|6.THOMAS, of whom we presently.|
|7.Margaret, M 29 Sept. 1622 at Chipping Campden, William Hanks.||PR|
|13||THOMAS WALLINGTON, of Berrington, in the Parish of Chipping Campden., Born c. 1580. M — . He had issue:|
|1.ROWLAND, of whom we presently.|
|3.Deborah, Born c. 1620. M – Tomlins. She was mentioned in the will of her brother Rowland as “my sister Deborah Tomlins, widow” under which she received a bequest of “one year’s profits commonly called ‘Dead’s Year’ if any in my copyhold tenement or estate in Toddington in the County of Gloucester”, 16 Sept. 1693.||Brother’s will|
|12||ROWLAND WALLINGTON, of Berrington, in the Parish of Chipping Campden., Born c. 1615. M 1st Elizabeth. M 2nd Sarah Greaves. M 3rd 20 May 1673 at Chipping Campden, – Perry. Recorded as “Rowland Wallington of Westington in the Parish of Chipping Campden, Co. Glouc. & Elizabeth his wife” he & his 1st wife purchased a messuage & close in Preston Bagot, Co. Warw. from “William Williams, of Preston Bagot, Yeoman & Mary his wife” by Deed of Conveyance, 6 Nov. 1646. Will dated 16 Sept. 1693 – in which he was described as “Rowland Wallington, of Berrington, in the Parish of Chipping Campden, in the County of Gloucester, Miller”, made provision for “my sister Deborah Tomlins, widow” of “one year’s profits commonly called ‘Dead’s Year’ if any in my copyhold tenement or estate in Toddington in the County of Gloucester” & mentioned his various other properties including “all that my messuage or tenement with the appurtenances in Chipping Campden now in the occupation of my sister Deborah Tomlins widow”, “my dwelling house & mill wherein I now dwell & the appurtenances thereto belonging”, “all my messuage tenement or dwelling house in Chipping Campden with the appurtenances now in the possession or occupation of one John Street” & “all my messuage or tenement & hereditaments whatsoever situate lying & being in Preston Bagot in the County of Warwick”. Died 1694. Will Proved at P.C.C., 14 May 1694. He had issue by his 1st wife:|| |
|1.Mary, Bapt. 13 Sept. 1640 at Chipping Campden. M 18 May 1657 at Chipping Campden, William Wilks. She was mentioned in her father’s will as “my daughter Mary the wife of William Wilks” under which she received a bequest of £10, 16 Sept. 1693.||PR|
|2.Honor, Bapt. 18 March 1643 at Chipping Campden.|
|3.Sarah, M Samuel Smith (He was mentioned in the will of his father-in-law Rowland Wallington as “my son-in-law Smith”, 16 Sept. 1693. She was mentioned in he father’s will as “my daughter Sarah the wife of Samuel Smith” under which she received a bequest of “all my messuage tenement or dwelling house in Chipping Campden with the appurtenances now in the possession or occupation of one John Street” & of “all my messuage or tenement & hereditaments whatsoever situate lying & being in Preston Bagot in the County of Warwick”, 16 Sept. 1693. She had issue:||Father’s will|
|1a.Samuel Smith, He was mentioned in the will of his maternal father-in-law Rowland Wallington as “Samuel Smith the son of my daughter Sarah” & with his siblings as “my son-in-law Smith’s four children” under which he received a bequest of 40s, 16 Sept. 1693.||Grandfather’s will|
|2a.Elizabeth Smith, She was mentioned in the will of her maternal father-in-law Rowland Wallington as “Elizabeth one of the daughters of my said daughter Sarah” & with her siblings as “my son-in-law Smith’s four children” under which she received a bequest of 40s, 16 Sept. 1693.||Grandfather’s will|
|3a.Clare Smith, She was mentioned in the will of her maternal father-in-law Rowland Wallington as “Clare Smith another of the daughters of the said Sarah” & with her siblings as “my son-in-law Smith’s four children” under which she received a bequest of 40s, 16 Sept. 1693.||Grandfather’s will|
|4a.Rowland Smith, He was mentioned in the will of his maternal father-in-law Rowland Wallington as “her [Sarah] son Rowland Smith” & with his siblings as “my son-in-law Smith’s four children” under which he received a bequest of 40s, 16 Sept. 1693.||Grandfather’s will|
|4.ANNE, of whom we presently.|
|Rowland Wallington (Died 1694) had further issue by his 2nd wife:|
|6.Sarah, Bapt. 5 Dec. 1658 at Chipping Campden.||PR|
|11||ANNE WALLINGTON, Born c. 1650. M c. 1672 JOHN HITCHCOX, of Chipping Campden, Co. Glouc. (Bapt. 30 April 1648 at Chipping Campden. He was mentioned in the will of his father-in-law Rowland Wallington as “my son-in-law John Hitchcox” under which he received a bequest of 1s & was referred to holding “moneys which he hath received for my use of one William Porter & hath the same now in his hands”, 16 Sept. 1693. Died 31 Dec. 1695 – as recorded on his gravestone. Bur. Chipping Campden. M.I. – “Jno [sic] Hitchcox, died 31 Dec. 1695, in his 48th year”. Admon. Granted at the Consistory Court of Gloucester, 10 May 1696 – recorded in the administration bond entered into by his widow as administrator as “John Hitchox of Chipping Campden deceased”). She was mentioned in her father’s will as “my daughter Anne the wife of John Hitchcox” under which she received a bequest of “all that my messuage or tenement with the appurtenances in Chipping Campden now in the occupation of my sister Deborah Tomlins widow” &, subject to a 6 year interest in favour of her cousin Margaret Wallington, a half share in her father’s “dwelling house & mill wherein I now dwell & the appurtenances thereto belonging”, 16 Sept. 1693. Recorded as “Anne Hitchox, Widow, Relict & Administrator of all & singular ye goods, chattels & credits of John Hitchcox of Chipping Campden aforesaid deceased” she was appointed Administrator of her husband’s estate, 10 May 1696. Bur. 25 Nov. 1726 at Chipping Campden – recorded in the burial register as “Anne Hitchcox”. She had issue: (See HITCHCOX)||Father’s will|
|Accession No: 1991/001/G||Location: C2S3B36.9|
Wallington Family – Millers in Campden in the 17th & 18th Centuries. Family pedigree. Will of Rowland Wallington 1693, transcription. Photocopy of the will of Christiany Wallington 1697. Photocopy of the will of John Wallington, 1636. 2 photocopies of 17th century documents (probates?). Letters between Tony Wallington and Peter Gordon, regarding the Wallingtons.
Will of John Wallington of Chipping Campden – Gloucester 1637 Ref 1637/76
Will of Chrispiany Wallinton [sic] of Stow on the Wold, Miller, Gloucester 1699 Ref 1699/63
Will of Thomas Wallington of Stow on the Wold, Miller – Gloucester 1748 Ref 1748/107 & 1748/21
Will of Giles Wallington of Stow on the Wold, Beaker – Gloucester 1766 Ref 1766/230
Overseers – Rowland Wallington, of Westington, Chipping Campden, Miller, 1663 Ref P81 OV 3/1/1/3
– Rowland Wallington, of Berrington, Chipping Campden, Miller 1686 Ref P81 OV 3/1/1/11
of CHIPPING CAMPDEN
|12||JOHN HITCHCOX, of Berrington, in the Parish of Chipping Campden, Co. Glouc., Born c. 1615. M 9 Feb. 1641/2 at Chipping Campden, Catherine Colbourne. Described as “John Hishcox [sic]” he was recorded in the Chipping Campden parish register as Churchwarden of Chipping Campden, 1679. Bur. 15 March 1701/2 at Chipping Campden – recorded in the burial register as “John Hitchox of Berrington”. He had issue:|
|1.JOHN, of whom we presently.|
|2.Thomas, of Blockley, Co. Worc., Bapt. 13 July 1656 at Chipping Campden. M Mary (Bur. 21 Nov. 1734 at Blockley). He was recorded as living in 1734. He had issue:||PR|
|1a.William, of Blockley, Worc., Bapt. 4 Aug. 1689 at Blockley. M 1st 6 Dec. 1713 at Willersey, Co. Glouc., Mary Corbet. M 2nd 29 Dec. 1717 at Blockley, Jane Edwards (Bur. 29 March 1741 at Blockley). He had issue:|
|1b.William, Bapt. 12 June 1714 at Ebrington. Bur. 18 June 1714 at Ebrington.|
|2b.John, Bapt. 12 June 1714 at Ebrington.|
|3b.Thomas, Bapt. 19 June 1715 at Ebrington.|
|4b.Edward, of Blockley., Bapt. 26 Nov. 1718 at Blockley. M 1 June 1742 at Blockley, Bridget Moseley (Born 1714 & Bur. 26 March 1796 at Blockley). Bur. 16 June 1789 at Blockley, “aged 70”. He had issue:||PR|
|1c.Jane,Bapt. 5 Sept. 1744 at Blockley. Bur. 29 March 1769 at Blockley (Died of smallpox).|
|2c.Mary, Bapt. 15 Oct. 1746 at Blockley.|
|3c.Bridget, Bapt. 18 Dec. 1748 at Blockley. Bur. 7 Jan. 1784 at Blockley, “aged 35”.||PR|
|4c.Anne, Bapt. 31 March 1751 at Blockley.|
|5c.Sarah, Bapt. 21 Dec. 1753 at Blockley.|
|6c.Elizabeth, Bapt. 31 Oct. 1756 at Blockley. Bur. 10 Dec. 1756 at Blockley.|
|5b.Ann, Bapt. 31 Jan. 1720 at Blockley.|
|2a.Thomas, of Blockley., Bapt. 31 July 1692 at Blockley. M 7 Oct. 1719 at Aston-Subedge, Co. Glouc., Mary Kirby (Bur. 13 June 1735 at Blockley). He had issue:||PR|
|1b.William, Bapt. 14 Aug. 1720 at Blockley.|
|2b.Richard, Bapt. 27 Dec. 1722 at Blockley.|
|3b.Alice, Bapt. 17 Feb. 1724/5 at Blockley. Bur. 22 Dec. 1733 at Blockley.|
|3a.Mary, Bapt. Nov. 1697 at Blockley. Bur. 16 Jan. 1732/3 at Blockley.|
|4a.Richard, Bapt. 22 March 1701 at Blockley.|
|3.Anne, Bapt. 3 July 1659 at Chipping Campden. M William Keyt, of Chipping Campden (Bapt. 12 April 1646 at Chipping Campden & Died 1696. Admon. Granted at the Consistory Court of Gloucester., 12 May 1696). She was appointed administrator of the estate of her husband, 12 May 1696. Died 2 April 1745 – as recorded on her gravestone. Bur. at Chipping Campden – recorded in the burial register as “Anne wife of William Keyte, daughter of John Hitchcox”. M.I. – “Anne Keyt, Died 2 April 1745, aged 84”. Admon. Granted at the Consistory Court of Gloucester, 19 May 1745. She had issue:||Rushen, p 149|
|4a.William Keyt, of Chipping Campden., Bapt. 2 Oct. 1684 at Chipping Campden. M 14 Feb. 1709 at Chipping Campden, Margery Braune. He was appointed administrator of his mother’s estate, 19 May 1743. “Yeoman”. He had issue:||Mother’s Admon|
|1b.Richard Keyt, Bapt. 7 Sept. 1716 at Chipping Campden. M Ann Smith.|
|11||JOHN HITCHCOX, of Chipping Campden, Co. Glouc., Bapt. 30 April 1648 at Chipping Campden. M c. 1672 Anne (Born c. 1650. She was mentioned in her father’s will as “my daughter Anne the wife of John Hitchcox” under which she received a bequest of “all that my messuage or tenement with the appurtenances in Chipping Campden now in the occupation of my sister Deborah Tomlins widow” &, subject to a 6 year interest in favour of her cousin Margaret Wallington, a half share in her father’s “dwelling house & mill wherein I now dwell & the appurtenances thereto belonging”, 16 Sept. 1693. Recorded as “Anne Hitchox, Widow, Relict & Administrator of all & singular ye goods, chattels & credits of John Hitchcox of Chipping Campden aforesaid deceased” she was appointed Administrator of her husband’s estate, 10 May 1696. Bur. 25 Nov. 1726 at Chipping Campden – recorded in the burial register as “Anne Hitchcox”), d. of Rowland Wallington, of Berrington, in the Parish of Chipping Campden, Co. Glouc. & his 1st wife Honor (See WALLINGTON). He was mentioned in the will of his father-in-law Rowland Wallington as “my son-in-law John Hitchcox” under which he received a bequest of 1s & was referred to as holding “moneys which he hath received for my use of one William Porter & hath the same now in his hands”, 16 Sept. 1693. Died 31 Dec. 1695 – as recorded on his gravestone. Bur. Chipping Campden. M.I. – “Jno [sic] Hitchcox, died 31 Dec. 1695, in his 48th year”. Admon. Granted at the Consistory Court of Gloucester, 10 May 1696 – recorded in the administration bond entered into by his widow as administrator as “John Hitchox of Chipping Campden deceased”. He had issue:|| |
Rushen, p 147
|1.Honor, Bapt. 15 March 1674/5 at Chipping Campden. Bur. 26 Oct. 1690 at Chipping Campden – recorded in the burial register as “Honor, daughter of John Hitchox”.||PR|
|2.Elizabeth, Bapt. 15 April 1676 at Chipping Campden. She was mentioned in the will of her maternal grandfather Rowland Wallington with her siblings as “those five children which are now living of my daughter Hitchcox” under which they received a bequest of “40s apiece to be paid them by their father out of the moneys which he hath received for my use of one William Porter & hath the same now in his hands”, 16 Sept. 1693. Bur. 22 March 1701/2 at Chipping Campden – recorded in the burial register as “Elizabeth Hitchcox, Berrington”.||PR|
|3.Mary, Bapt. 8 Sept. 1678 at Chipping Campden. She & her sister Sarah were recorded in the will of their maternal grandfather Rowland Wallington as “my two granddaughters Mary & Sarah Hitchcox”, 16 Sept. 1693.||PR|
|4.Sarah, Bapt. 19 Aug. 1680 at Chipping Campden. She & her sister Mary were recorded in the will of their maternal grandfather Rowland Wallington as “my two granddaughters Mary & Sarah Hitchcox”, 16 Sept. 1693.||PR|
|5.John, Bapt. 3 Sept. 1682 at Chipping Campden. Bur. 22 Sept. 1682 at Chipping Campden – recorded in the burial register as “John, son of John Hitchox”.||PR|
|6.Anne, Bapt. 26 Dec. 1683 at Chipping Campden. d.s.p.|
|7.ANNE, of whom we presently|
|8.Susanna, Bapt. 23 July 1687 at Chipping Campden – recorded in the baptismal register as “Susanna, daughter of John Hitchcox”. Bur. 15 Aug. 1687 at Chipping Campden – recorded in the burial register as “Susanna, daughter of John Hitchcox”.||PR|
|9.Honor, Bapt. 7 Feb. 1691/2 at Chipping Campden – recorded in the baptismal register as “Honor, daughter of John Hitchcox”. She was mentioned in the will of her maternal grandfather Rowland Wallington with her siblings as “those five children which are now living of my daughter Hitchcox” under which they received a bequest of “40s apiece to be paid them by their father out of the moneys which he hath received for my use of one William Porter & hath the same now in his hands”, 16 Sept. 1693.||PR|
|10.Catherine, Bapt. 4 April 1693 at Chipping Campden. She was mentioned in the will of her maternal grandfather Rowland Wallington with her siblings as “those five children which are now living of my daughter Hitchcox” under which they received a bequest of “40s apiece to be paid them by their father out of the moneys which he hath received for my use of one William Porter & hath the same now in his hands”, 16 Sept. 1693. M 26 April 1717 at Mickleton, Co. Glouc., William Dutton, of Mickleton (Bapt. 22 April 1677 at Chipping Campden & Died 13 April 1761 at Mickleton), brother of Thomas Dutton mentioned below. She had issue:||PR|
|1a.William Dutton, of Mickleton., Bapt. 4 Oct. 1717 at Mickleton. M 9 April 1740 at Mickleton, Mary Summers (Bur. 7 Sept. 1784 at Mickleton). Mentioned in his father’s will, 8 Jan. 1761. Bur. 5 May 1780 at Mickleton. He had issue:||Father’s will|
|1b.Elizabeth Dutton, Bapt. 14 June 1741 at Mickleton. d.s.p.|
|2b.William Dutton, Bapt. 7 June 1743 at Mickleton.|
|3b.John Dutton, of Mickleton., Bapt. 28 Sept. 1747 at Mickleton. Mentioned in his father’s will, 8 Jan. 1761. M 26 Jan. 1774 at Mickleton, Mary Farley. Bur. 10 April 1815 at Mickleton. He had issue:||Father’s will|
|1c.John Dutton, of Mickleton., Bapt. 22 Feb. 1779 at Mickleton. “Farmer of 23 acres”, 1851 census. Died 8 Feb. 1858 at Mickleton. unm.||1851 Census|
|4b.Thomas Dutton, Bapt. 26 Dec. 1748 at Mickleton.||PR|
|5b.Elizabeth Dutton, Bapt. 22 Jan. 1754 at Mickleton.|
|6b.Richard Dutton, Bapt. 7 April 1756 at Mickleton.|
|2a.Elizabeth Dutton, Bapt. 15 Dec. 1720 at Mickleton. M 25 Sept. 1750 at Mickleton, John Ashwin, of Mickleton. Mentioned in her father’s will, 8 Jan. 1761.||Father’s will|
|3a.John Dutton, Bapt. 9 May 1723 at Mickleton. M 14 April 1745 at Chipping Campden, Sarah Heydon. Mentioned in his father’s will, 8 Jan. 1761.||Father’s will|
|4a.Sarah Dutton, Bapt. 13 April 1725 at Chipping Campden. M 27 Dec. 1767 at Chipping Campden, Benjamin Ward.|
|5a.Thomas Dutton, Bapt. 1 April 1727 at Chipping Campden & Bur. 28 April 1728 at Chipping Campden.|
|6a.Richard Dutton, of Mickleton., Bapt. 28 May 1731 at Chipping Campden. M Mary (Bur. 28 March 1803 at Mickleton). Mentioned in the will of his uncle Ralph Dutton, 20 Dec. 1753. Executor of his father’s will, 8 Jan. 1761. Will dated 26 Oct. 1802. “Yeoman”. Bur. 6 Dec. 1806 at Mickleton. Will Proved at the Consistory Court of Gloucester., 27 May 1807. He had issue:||Will Glouc|
|1b.Elizabeth Dutton, Bapt. 9 June 1767 at Mickleton.|
|2b.John Dutton, Bapt. 16 May 1769 at Mickleton & Bur. 19 June 1771 at Mickleton.|
|3b.Mary Dutton, Bapt. 10 Aug. 1770 at Mickleton. Mentioned in her father’s will, 26 Oct. 1802. M 30 May 1804 at Mickleton, William Bristow.||Father’s will|
|4b.Anne Dutton, Bapt. 9 June 1772 at Mickleton. M 6 Sept. 1798 at Mickleton, John Stanley.|
|5b.Richard Dutton, of Mickleton., Bapt. 24 Nov. 1773 at Mickleton. Exec. of his father’s will, 26 Oct. 1802. “Gentleman”. Bur. 15 Aug. 1829 at Mickleton.||Father’s will|
|11.Margaret, Bapt. 27 May 1694 at Chipping Campden – recorded in the baptismal register as “Margaret, daughter of John Hitchcox. Bur. 20 June 1694 at Chipping Campden – recorded in the burial register as “Margaret, daughter of John Hitchcox”.||PR|
|10||ANNE HITCHCOX, Bapt. 5 July 1686 at Chipping Campden. She was mentioned in the will of her maternal grandfather Rowland Wallington with her siblings as “those five children which are now living of my daughter Hitchcox” under which they received a bequest of “40s apiece to be paid them by their father out of the moneys which he hath received for my use of one William Porter & hath the same now in his hands”, 16 Sept. 1693. M 18 Feb. 1711/2 at Chipping Campden, THOMAS DUTTON, ‘Grazier’, of Weston-Subedge, Co. Glouc. (Bapt. 11 Nov. 1687 at Chipping Campden & Bur. 11 May 1758 at Chipping Campden). At their marriage she & her husband were recorded in the Chipping Campden marriage register as “Thomas Dutton & Anne Hichcox [sic]”. Bur. 20 Sept. 1723 at Chipping Campden – recorded in the burial register as “Anne Dutton, aged 35”. She had issue: (See DUTTON)|| |
Descendants of John Wallington of Blockley
- JOHN1 WALLINGTON . He died on 05 Nov 1772 in Paxford. He married (SUS)HANNAH.
Notes for (Sus)hannah: Susannah was widowed when she died (husband died 1772)
John Wallington and (Sus)hannah had the following children:
- i. THOMAS2 WALLINGTON was born on 18 Jul 1740 in Blockley, Worcestershire,
England. He died on 10 Jun 1784 in Blockley, Worcestershire, England. He married
ann joyner on 08 Jan 1766 in Blockley. She was born (Private). She died (Private).
- JOHN WALLINGTON was born in 1742 in Blockley, Worcestershire, England. He died
on 14 Apr 1755 in Blockley, Worcestershire, England.
iii. GEORGE WALLINGTON was born in 1744. He died on 16 Apr 1808 in Blockley,
- HANNAH WALLINGTON was born in 1750 in Blockley, Worcestershire, England. She
married James Johnson on 31 Mar 1784 in St James Westminster, London,
England. He was born in Woodstock. Oxfordshire, England.
- THOMAS2 WALLINGTON (John1) was born on 18 Jul 1740 in Blockley, Worcestershire, England. He died on 10 Jun 1784 in Blockley, Worcestershire, England. He married Ann Joyner on 08 Jan 1766 in Blockley. She was born (Private). She died (Private).
Thomas Wallington and Ann Joyner had the following children:
- MARY3 WALLINGTON was born on 09 Apr 1766 in Blockley, Worcestershire, England.
She died on 01 Apr 1833 in Blockley, Worcestershire, England.
Notes for Mary Wallington:
Exact death date unknown – estimated against burial date from parish records
- JOHN WALLINGTON was born in 1771. He died (Private).
Notes for John Wallington:
Death noted as in Greenwich, no other confirmation of this
possible death in Blockley 6/8/1788
iii. HANNAH WALLINGTON was born on 21 Jun 1775.
- ANN WALLINGTON was born in 1779 in Blockley, Worcestershire, England. She died
on 26 Feb 1846 in Bourton On The Hill, Worcestershire, England.
Notes for Ann Wallington:
Death calculated appx on basis of burial
- FRANCES WALLINGTON was born on 10 Feb 1783. She died on 10 Apr 1783 in
Blockley, Worcestershire, England.
Notes for Frances Wallington:
Generation 2 (con’t)
infant, appx 2 months old.
THE WALLINGTONS OF BLOCKLEY
Research undertaken by Sir Edward Warner and reformatted for UKBMD on the internet by John Malin:
Baptisms 1538 – 1612
Marie d of Thomas Wallington and Marian Oct 7 1565
Thomas s of Thomas and Marian Feb 2 1566
Margaret d of Thomas Oct 6 1568
John s of Thomas Dec 14 1569
Richard s of Thomas Aug 31 1572
William s of Thomas Jan 26 1573
Steven s of Thomas Oct 2 1577
Daniell s of Thomas Jan 1 1579
Thomas to Mark Burk Nov 11 1564
Thomas to Mary Day Feb15 1566
Marian w of Thomas Mar 15 1566
Barnabas s of Thomas Mar 6 1567
Christopher s of Thomas Jan 26 1575
Marie Willington (no details) 1594
Baptisms 1727 – 1770
Thomas so of John and Susanna Jul 21 1740
John s of John and Hannah Sep 4 1742
George s of John and Hannah May 14 1744
Anne d of John and Hannah Feb 4 1745
Hannah d of John and Hannah Mar 22 1750
Mary d of Thomas and Ann May 9 1766
Hannah d of Thomas and Ann Mar 2 1768
John s of Thomas and Ann Feb 2 1771
Hannah d of Thomas and Ann June 21 1775
Ann d of Thomas and Ann Dec 24 1779
Frances d of Thomas and Ann Feb 12 1783
Thomas (male) aged 63 Jun 10 1784
John aged 17 Aug 6 1788
George aged 65 April 16 1808
Jno Wallington, Chipping Campden 1637
The PCC will of Rowland Wallington of 1693
In the name of God amen. I, Rowland Wallington in the parish of Chipping Campden in the County of Gloucester, miller, being old and weak in body but of sound and perfect mind and memory, thanks be given to God for the same, do in a foresaid in this my last will and testament in manner and form following and first I commend my soul into the hand of Almighty God in the hope of salvation through the merits of Jesus Christ my Eternal Saviour and Redeemer and my body to the earth from where it came to be decently interred according to the direction of my Executor. For the worldly goods where with God of his mercy had blessed me I dispose thereof as follows
Imprimis I give and bequeath unto my daughter Mary the wife of William Wilkes the sum of ten pounds and to the said William Wilkes the sum of one shilling and their children forty shillings apiece.
Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Anne the wife of John Hitchcock all that my ……. Westington tenement with appurtenances in Chipping Campden aforesaid now in the use and occupation of my sister Debora Tomlin widow to have and to hold the same unto the said Anne Hitchcock for and during the rest of her natural life which from and after her decease to the heirs of the body of the said Anne aforesaid and for want of justice to her right heirs and for ever.
Item I give and bequeath unto my daughter Sarah, the wife of Samuel Smith, all that my messuage tenament or dwelling house in Chipping Campden aforesaid with apurtenances now in possession or occupation of one John Harris to have and to hold this same unto my said daughter Sarah and her assigns for the rest of her natural life and after her death I devise the same unto Samuel Smith the son of my said daughter Sarah for his life and the heirs of his body lawfully begotten for ever and for want of a survivor to Elizabeth one of the surviving daughters of my said daughter Sarah and to the heirs of the body of the said Elizabeth and for want of survivor I give and bequeath the same unto her sister Clare Smith another of the daughters of the said Sarah and to the heirs and assigns of Clare Smith for ever.
Item I give and bequeath unto my said daughter Sarah all that my messuages or tenaments, yardlands and — crofts and all other of my lands, tenaments and – whatsoever – lying and being in – Preston Baggot in the County of Warwick for the rest of her life and from and after her demise unto her son Rowland Smith and the heirs of his body for ever and for want of sufficient such issue to her son Samuel Smith and to the heirs of his body alone for want of such issue to her daughter Elizabeth and the heirs of her body alone for want of such issues to her daugher Clare and the heirs of her body alone for want of such issue to my daughter Anne Winthrop and the heirs of her body alone for want of such issue the same to remain unto my right heirs for ever.
Item I give and bequeath my heir Margaret Wallington in – all that my tenaments dwelling house and all that part of the – these unto belonging which is in the possession or occupation of George Davis situated and being in Chipping Campden aforesaid for her life and to the heirs of her body. And for want of such issue I give and devise the same unto my heir Mary Hammond widow for her life and after demise to the heirs of the body of the said Mary Hammond for ever.
Item I give unto my heir Margaret Wallington the dwelling house and Mill —- there unto belonging with —- and their appurtenances for the term for her of six years next after my decease (if my — there in — shall be so long —–) so that —- she pay the Lords rent for the same all the contents which — in this — part to be performed and done also leave the same premises in good plight and repair at the end of the said six years as she finds the same and after the expiration of the said six years I give and bequeath the same for and during the rest and residue of this tenure and escheat which I have there in unto my two daughters Anne and Sarah to be equally shared and divided betwixt them and my will and meaning is that if either of my said daughters Anne and Sarah shall happen to die before the end of the tenure in the said Mill or before she shall have received her share and dividend thereof the children of her dying shall have an equal share and part of the profits of the said mill and premises with their aunt in partnership during the remainder of the tenure here into for.
Item I give my cousin Rowland Wallington of Lapworth in Warwickshire forty shillings.
Item I give unto those five children which are now living of my daughter Winthrop forty shillings a piece to be paid them by their father out of the monies which he received for my use of one William Porter and now hath in his hands.
Item I give unto my son in law Smith’s four children forty shillings apiece.
Item Unto my sister Debora Tomlin one years profits — only— the years of and in my copyhold tenement of estate in Tocklington in the County of Gloucester (she paying the customary heriot due upon my death to the Lord of the said Manor)
Item I give unto my servant John Dyer my two carts, my plough and h(b?)arrows and — or harness for cart horses.
Item I give unto my said niece Margaret Wallington my two calves and one lamb and the best horse — or mare , the best cow and the best pig whereof I shall die possessed of and I also give her the bed and furniture in her chamber and on which she usefully lies and the bed and furniture upon which John Dyer lyeth and four pairs of sheets those of my bed, pewter dishes, one basis, two best chairs, two joines (t) stools, two chests, the coffers, one little trunk and one little box round table and the long table in the Buttery, the s —– in the hall thereof, a twiggin chair, my best half hogshead and three little barrells one brewing bowl, a baking bowl and cheese bowl, two churns, my biggest kettle, my iron pot this —- and the kettle except one on the — spit coal irons, fire shovels, tongs, bellows and dripping pan, one dough trough —- cheese press and all the cheese fats and all my cheese cloths and other fuels, hay and straw whereof I shall die possessed of.
And I do heareby order and appoint all the timber which I have prepared for the renovations of my Mill and house adjoining shall be employed and disposed of to the same and no other purpose whatsover.
Item I give unto my said sister Debora Tomlin all the materials of the — which stand upon posts at her now dwelling house.
And I give unto my two granddaughters Mary and Sarah Winthrop the two black stones in my Mill and my iron —- and the materials belonging to the stones to be delivered to them at the expiration of my present life which I have of the said Mill and to remain in the meantime to and residue of my goods chattles and personal estate whatsoever I give and bequeath unto my son in law Samuel Smith whom I make my sole executor of this my last will and testament and revoking all other will ——- only to be my last Willand testament and I devise my cousin Thomas Perry to inspect and supervise the execution of this my Will and to see that all things be performed according to my will and intention and I give unto him for his pains the sum of three pounds.
And I give the poor of the parish of Chipping Campden four pounds to be distributed in money by two penny dole to each poor body as far as the sum will extend by my executor and Overseer of my will to such poor people as they shall think fitted and I approve —- to be expended in the decent enterring of my body and I do allow that my executor have the space or time of eightenn months from my decease for the —– payment of the said — where of I have to this my last will and testament written on three sheets of paper to each there I set my hand this sixteenth ———