Hon Harriet Canning Lady Clanricarde

(13 April 1804 - 8 January 1876)
     Harriet was nick-named Toddles. She was born on 13 April 1804. She was the daughter of George Canning and Joan Scott.
     Hon Harriet Canning Lady Clanricarde married Ulick John de Burgh 14th Earl Clanricarde on 4 April 1825 in Gloucester Lodge, London, England. She married the 1st Marquess of Clanricarde and through her descend the Earl of Harewood, Viscount Boyne, Viscount Chandos, Baron Lloyd, Viscount Allendale, Baron Beaumont of Whitley, Baron Poltimore, Viscount Lond, Baron Wraxall, Baron Northbrook, the Earl of Mexborough, the Countess of Carlisle and Sir Charles Cooper Bt. and a host of other families in England & Ireland.
     Harriet died on 8 January 1876 aged 71.

Children of Hon Harriet Canning Lady Clanricarde and Ulick John de Burgh 14th Earl Clanricarde

Henry Canning

(8 July 1774? - )
     Henry Canning was born on 8 July 1774? In London. He was the son of Stratford Canning and Mehetabel Patrick. Henry Canning was christened on 11 August 1774 in St Clement Eastcheap, London.

Laetitia Canning

(16 April 1769 - 1769)
     Laetitia Canning was also known as Letitia in records. She was christened on 16 April 1769 in St Andrew, Holborn, London. She was the daughter of George Canning and Mary Ann Costello.
     Laetitia died in 1769. Born & died in the Spring.

Leopold Ernest Stratford George Canning

(21 July 1878 - 16 July 1956)
     Leopold Ernest Stratford George Canning was born on 21 July 1878. He was the son of Charles John Spencer George Canning and Florence Alice de Bretton.
     Leopold died on 16 July 1956 aged 77.

Paul Canning

( - 1780)
     Paul Canning was the son of Stratford Canning and Letitia Newburgh.
     Paul Canning married Jane Spencer on 20 July 1776.
     Paul died in 1780 in Dublin. Some sources give Nov 1794 or Nov 1784.
     His will was proved in 1784 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland.

Child of Paul Canning and Jane Spencer

Stratford Canning

(1703 - 1775)
     Stratford Canning was born in 1703 in Ireland.
     Stratford Canning married Letitia Newburgh on 26 June 1734 in St Mary, Dublin, Ireland.
     His will was proved in 1775 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland.
     Stratford died in 1775 in Ireland.
     For further details on this line, see www.kittybrewster.com/ancestry/canning.htm.

Children of Stratford Canning and Letitia Newburgh

Stratford Canning

(1744 - 22 May 1787)
     Stratford Canning was born in 1744 in Garvagh, Londonderry, Ireland. He was the son of Stratford Canning and Letitia Newburgh.
     Stratford Canning married Mehetabel Patrick circa August 1773. Stratford was a banker, in London.
     Stratford died on 22 May 1787 in London, England.
     His will was proved after 22 May 1787 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland.

Children of Stratford Canning and Mehetabel Patrick

Stratford Canning

(11 October 1775 - 24 January 1776)
     Stratford Canning was born on 11 October 1775 in London, England. He was the son of Stratford Canning and Mehetabel Patrick. Stratford Canning was christened on 6 January 1776 in St Clement, Eastcheap, London, England.
     Stratford was buried on 24 January 1776 in St Clement Eastcheap, London.

Stratford Canning

(4 November 1786 - 14 October 1880)
     Stratford Canning was born on 4 November 1786 in London, England. He was the son of Stratford Canning and Mehetabel Patrick. Stratford Canning was christened on 6 January 1787 in St Clement, Eastcheap, London, England.
     Stratford Canning married Harriet Raikes on 3 August 1816 in London.
     Stratford died on 14 October 1880 aged 93.

Thomas Canning

(23 December 1771 - 30 September 1774)
     Thomas Canning was born on 23 December 1771 in 3 Bedford Row, Holborn, London. He was the son of George Canning and Mary Ann Costello. Thomas Canning was christened on 19 January 1772 in St Andrew's, Holborn, London or Middlesex.
     Thomas was buried on 30 September 1774 in Westminster, St Marylebone. Thomas Canning, child.

Thomas Canning

(circa 1785 - 8 December 1824)
     Thomas Canning was born circa 1785.
     Thomas died on 8 December 1824 in St Mary the Virgin, Purley, Surrey.

William Canning

(5 December 1778 - )
     William Canning was christened on 5 December 1778 in St Clement Eastcheap, London. He was the son of Stratford Canning and Mehetabel Patrick.

Capt William Pitt Canning

(16 December 1802 - 24 September 1828)
     Capt William Pitt Canning was born on 16 December 1802 in England. He was the son of George Canning and Joan Scott.
     William served in the Royal Navy was a Captain.
     William died on 24 September 1828 in Madeira, Portugal, aged 25. He was buried on 3 December 1828 in East Cloister, Westminster Abbey, London, Middlesex, England.
     The administration of his estate was granted to Joan Scott 5th March 1829 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Catherine Agatha Cannon

(1882 - )
     Catherine Agatha Cannon was born in 1882 in New South Wales?. She was the daughter of Dudley John Cannon & Catherine O'Keefe.
     Catherine Agatha Cannon married George Killigrew Dunbar, son of George Killigrew Dunbar and Rebecca Grace Baring, on 9 January 1909 in Sacred Heart church, Inverell, New South Wales. His sister Jessie stated that George's only child died at birth. He was aged 24 at his marriage and a station manager, she was a nurse. They may have had a son George Killigrew baptised at Inverell in 1909 according to findmypast but he is not listed in the NSW registry records..

(?) de Cantelou

     (?) de Cantelou was the daughter of William de Cantelou.
     (?) de Cantelou married Thurstan Montfort circa 1209. He possibly married a daughter of William de Cauntelo the elder, steward of the household to King John. His son Piers wrote to Walter de Merton, Chancellor 1261-63, about the business of (Walter de Cauntelo) Lord (Bishop) of Worcester, "avunculi nostri".

Children of (?) de Cantelou and Thurstan Montfort

William de Cantelou

(say 1185 - circa 1251)
     William de Cantelou was born say 1185.
     William de Cantelou lived at Aston Cantlow, Warwickshire.
     Carl Boyer 3rd`s Medieval English Ancestors of certain Americans (p 156) that He thought that Sir Peter I de Montfort`s father Sir Thurstan de Montfort who was a minor in 1199 and granted his land by King John in 1205 did so with the condition that the said Sir Thurstan should lease his land for two years to the King`s steward William I de Cantelou, who was father to William II de Cantelou who married Millicent de Gournay in 1213. Boyer suggests that Sir Thurstan de Montfort may have married an unidentified daughter of William I de Cantelou based on the King`s making the lease a condition of his granting Sir Thurstan his land.
     William de Cantilupe (fl. ca. 1185-1250/1) had the wardship of young Piers de Montfort: under a charter dated 10 Feb 1227 from King Henry III for a market and fair at Beaudesert, co. Warwick, ' the market and fair evidently held by William de 'Cantilupe', who paid 15 marks for holding same' [Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs to 1516]. His son William de Cantilupe (fl. ca. 1220-1254), whom I believe to have been the 1st cousin of Piers de Montfort (fl. ca. 1210-1265) is said to have journeyed on a pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela with Piers de Montfort in 1236.
Walter de Cantilupe, Bishop of Worcester (d. 1266) was a brother of William de Cantilupe (fl. ca. 1185-1250/1).
     William died circa 1251.

Children of William de Cantelou

William de Cantelou

     William de Cantelou was the son of William de Cantelou.
     William de Cantelou married Millicent de Gournay in 1213.

Joan Canterbury

( - circa 1524)
     Joan Canterbury was the daughter of William Canterbury.
     Joan Canterbury married Otho Killigrew, son of John Killigrew. She was called Joane, daughter & heir of William Kentebury.
     Joan was buried circa 1524 in St Budock, Cornwall.
     Her will was proved in 1524. She was described as Canterbury or Kent, a widow of Budock.

Children of Joan Canterbury and Otho Killigrew

John Canterbury

     John died in Trethewye, Cornwall, England. He was Lord of the Manor of Trethewye..

Child of John Canterbury

William Canterbury

     William died in Cornwall, England. He was Lord of the manor of Trethewye.. He was the son of John Canterbury.

Child of William Canterbury

Minnnie Newton Canty

(19 August 1885 - 24 October 1976)
     Minnnie Newton Canty was born on 19 August 1885 in Logie, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. She was the daughter of James Cabty ofo Engand & Jessie Duff of Edinburgh.
     Minnnie Newton Canty married Cecil Wellesley Lewis, son of Henry Alleyne Lewis and Henrietta Thomas Howard, on 6 July 1911 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
     Minnnie died on 24 October 1976 in Royal Oak, Michigan, USA, aged 91.

Juliana Capell

     Juliana Capell married Henry Hales.

Children of Juliana Capell and Henry Hales

Gruffudd Lord of Friwlwyd ap Caradog

     Gruffudd Lord of Friwlwyd ap Caradog was born in Wales. He was the son of Caradog ap Thomas and Eva ferch Gwyn ap Griffith ap Beli.
     Gruffudd Lord of Friwlwyd ap Caradog married Lleucu ferch Llywerch Vaughan, daughter of Llywerch Vaughan ap Llowarch (?).

Child of Gruffudd Lord of Friwlwyd ap Caradog and Lleucu ferch Llywerch Vaughan

Elizabeth Cararthyn

     Elizabeth Cararthyn married John Godolphin of Helston, son of John Godolphin and Margaret Trenouth.

Child of Elizabeth Cararthyn and John Godolphin of Helston

Martha Cardale

(circa 1720? - )
     Martha Cardale was born circa 1720?.
     Martha Cardale married John Stanser on 12 November 1741 in Braithwell, Yorkshire. John Stanser & Martha Cardale, both of this parish: certificate from Mr Hall, curate of Edlinton.

Child of Martha Cardale and John Stanser

Susanne Elizabeth Cardew

(9 July 1802 - 7 January 1844)
     Susanne Elizabeth Cardew was born on 9 July 1802 in Curry Mallet, Somerset. Her father Rev John Haydon Carew was Rector there for 56 years.
     Susanne Elizabeth Cardew married William Henry Steer, son of Charles William Steer and Mary Wood, on 1 November 1826 in Noucally, India.
     Susanne Elizabeth Cardew married Sir Henry Edward Thuillier as her second husband, on 21 December 1835 in the Cathedral, Calcutta, West Bengal, India. Henry Thuillier, Esq., the regiment of artillery, to Susanne, relict of the late W H Steer, Esq.
     Susanne died on 7 January 1844 in Calcutta, West Bengal, India, aged 41.

Alexander Carew

( - 20 September 1492)
     Alexander Carew married Isabel Hatch, daughter of John Hatch. Alexander Carew was born in Cornwall. He was the fourth son. He was the son of Nicholas Carew Baron Hydron and Joan Courteney.
     Alexander died on 20 September 1492 in Antony, Cornwall, England.

Child of Alexander Carew and Isabel Hatch

Ann Carew

(say 1580 - )
     She was one of the executors of her brother-in-law Richard's will.. Ann Carew was born say 1580 in Antony, Cornwall. She was the daughter of Richard Carew and Juliana Arundell.
     Ann Carew married Francis Godolphin, son of William Godolphin and Jane Gaverigan, on 15 November 1616 in Antony, CON.

Children of Ann Carew and Francis Godolphin

George Carew

(say 1580 - )
     George Carew was born say 1580 in Antony, Cornwall. He was the son of Richard Carew and Juliana Arundell.
     George Carew was mentioned in the will of Richard Carew dated 7 April 1619.

Gertrude Carew (Arundell) (Carey)

(before 1620 - )
     She married firstly John Arundell of Talverne, Cornwall and secondly to Wiliam Carey of Clovelly, Devon.. Gertrude Carew (Arundell) (Carey) was born before 1620. She was the daughter of Richard Carew and Juliana Arundell.