Tudur ap Gronwy ap Gruffudd

     Tudur ap Gronwy ap Gruffudd was the son of Gronwy ap Gruffydd and Isabel ferch Gruffudd.
Tudur ap Gronwy ap Gruffudd married Gwenhwyfar f Hywel (?), daughter of Hywel ap Meurig (?) and unknown f Cynwrig Sais (?).

Child of Tudur ap Gronwy ap Gruffudd and Gwenhwyfar f Hywel (?)

Tudur ap Gronwy ap Hywel

     Tudur ap Gronwy ap Hywel was born in Wales. He was the son of Gronwy ap Hywel (?).
Tudur ap Gronwy ap Hywel married Gwerful ferch Ieuan, daughter of Ieuan ab Einion (?) and Gwenhwyfar ferch Einion.

Child of Tudur ap Gronwy ap Hywel and Gwerful ferch Ieuan

Christiana ferch Gronwy ap Owen ap Edwin

     Christiana ferch Gronwy ap Owen ap Edwin was born in Wales. She was commonly known as Cristin f Gronwy ap Owen. She was the daughter of Gronwy ab Owain and Genilles ferch Hoedlyw.
Christiana ferch Gronwy ap Owen ap Edwin married Owain Gwynedd ferch Gruffudd Prince of North Wales, son of Gruffydd ap Cynan King of Gwynedd and Angharad ferch Owain ab Edwin. Gwydir, Llanrwst pedigree: Owen Gwynedd (see pp309,393) married secondly Christiana, daughter of Goronwy ap Owen ap Edwin, Lord of Englefield. She was his first cousin and his second wife.

Gwen ferch Gronwy ap Tudur

     Gwen ferch Gronwy ap Tudur married Cuhelyn ab Ifor ab Ifor, son of Ifor ap Seferws (?). Gwen ferch Gronwy ap Tudur was born in Wales. She was the daughter of Gronwy ap Tudur Trefor (?).

Child of Gwen ferch Gronwy ap Tudur and Cuhelyn ab Ifor ab Ifor

Edwin Gronwy of Tegeingl

     Edwin Gronwy of Tegeingl was the son of Gronwy ab Einion ab Owain (?).
Edwin Gronwy of Tegeingl married Iwerydd ferch Cynfyn, daughter of Cynfyn ap Gwerystan and Angharad ferch Maredudd ab Owain.

Child of Edwin Gronwy of Tegeingl and Iwerydd ferch Cynfyn

Dorothy Groom

(before 1588 - )
     Dorothy Groom was also known as Dorothy Grome in records. She was born before 1588 in Suffolk, England.
Dorothy Groom married George Cocksedge in 1603 in Felsham, Suffolk.

Children of Dorothy Groom and George Cocksedge

Isabella Groom

(14 April 1850 - 8 November 1889)
     Isabella Groom was christened on 14 April 1850 in Bradfield St George, Suffolk. She was the daughter of William Groom and Isabella Hubbard.
Isabella Groom married John Catchpole, son of John Catchpole and Miriam Austin, after 22 November 1868 in Hessett, Suffolk. John Catchpole, bachelor of this parish & Isabella Groom, spinster of Bradfield St George.
     Isabella Groom and John Catchpole were recorded on the 1881 census in Newports Lane, Hessett. John aged 39 horsekeeper, born Hessett, his wife Isabella 31, born Bradfield St George, children Mary Ann 11, born Hessett, William J 9, Isabella 7, Emma A 5, all born at Little Saxham, Ezra 2, and Miriam E 3 months, both born at Hessett.
     Isabella died on 8 November 1889 in Hessett, Suffolk, aged 39. She was buried on 13 November 1889 in Hessett.

Children of Isabella Groom and John Catchpole

Isabella Groom

(5 August 1796 - )
     Isabella Groom was born on 5 August 1796 in Bradfield St George, Suffolk. She was the daughter of John Groom and Elizabeth Noble. Isabella Groom was christened on 13 August 1796 in Bradfield St George.

John Groom

(say 1780 - )
     John Groom was born say 1780 in Suffolk.
John Groom married Jane Cocksedge on 16 January 1803 in Tostock, Suffolk.

Children of John Groom and Jane Cocksedge

John Groom

(27 June 1810 - )
     John Groom was christened on 27 June 1810 in Tostock, Suffolk. He was the son of John Groom and Jane Cocksedge.

John Groom

(say 1770 - )
     John Groom was born say 1770 in Suffolk.
John Groom married Elizabeth Noble, daughter of John Noble and Elizabeth Kendall, on 21 June 1792 in Fakenham Magna, Suffolk. He was of Gt Barton..

Children of John Groom and Elizabeth Noble

John Everitt Groom

(29 April 1860 - )
     John Everitt Groom was christened on 29 April 1860 in Hessett. He was the son of William Groom and Sophia Ann Bullett.

Margaret Groom

     Margaret Groom married Henry Cocksedge, son of Peter Cocksedge and Ann Baker, on 9 November 1702 in Felsham, Suffolk.
     Margaret Groom was mentioned in the will of Henry Cocksedge dated 20 October 1730.

Children of Margaret Groom and Henry Cocksedge

Maria Groom

(21 March 1803 - )
     Maria Groom was christened on 21 March 1803 in Norton, Suffolk. She was the daughter of John Groom and Jane Cocksedge. Maria Groom was baptized on 4 April 1803 in Tostock, Suffolk.

Martha Groom

(30 September 1804 - )
     Martha Groom was christened on 30 September 1804 in Tostock, Suffolk. She was the daughter of John Groom and Jane Cocksedge.

Mary Ann Groom

(19 August 1798 - )
     Mary Ann Groom was christened on 19 August 1798 in Bradfield St George, Suffolk. She was the daughter of John Groom and Elizabeth Noble.

Sarah Ann Groom

(30 January 1859 - )
     Sarah Ann Groom was christened on 30 January 1859 in Hessett. She was the daughter of William Groom and Sophia Ann Bullett.

Sarah Willis Groom

(21 September 1834 - )
     Sarah Willis Groom was christened on 21 September 1834 in Bradfield St George, Suffolk. She was the daughter of William Groom and Isabella Hubbard.
The marriage of Sarah Willis Groom and Charles Bland, son of Charles Bland and Sophia Taylor, was registered in Thingoe RD, Suffolk, in the March 1863 quarter.
     Sarah Willis Groom and Charles Bland were recorded on the 1871 census in Free Wood St, Bradfield St George. Charles Bland, head, married, 39, ag lab, all born Bradfield; his wife Sarah W, 36, son Frederick G 12, ag lab, and daughter Ada E 4.
The marriage of Sarah Willis Groom and Robert Sturgess Austin was registered in Suffolk in the March 1881 quarter.
     Sarah Willis Groom and Robert Sturgess Austin were recorded on the 1881 census in Great Green, Bradfield St George. Robert Austin, head, married, 48, farm labourer; Sarah Austin, wife, married 46; George Bland, son in law, unmarried 22, farm labourer; Ada Bland, daughter in law, unmarried 16, scholar, Charles Bland, son in law, unmarried 10, scholar. All born at Bradfield St George.
     Sarah Willis Groom and Robert Sturgess Austin were recorded on the 1891 census in Bradfield St George. Robert Austin, head, married, aged 60, agricultural labourer, born Bradfield St George; Sarah Austin, wife, aged 52, George Bland, son in law, 33. ... & Charles Bland, son in law, aged 19 ditto, all born at Bradfield St George.
     Sarah Willis Groom and Robert Sturgess Austin were recorded on the 1901 census in Free Wood, Bradfield St George, Suffolk. Robert Austin, head, married, 75, farm labourer, his wife Sarah, 62, Frederick Bland, son, single, 40, wool.../wood..., Charles Bland, son, single 25, game keeper, all born at Bradfield.

Children of Sarah Willis Groom and Charles Bland

William Groom

(circa 1830 - )
     William Groom was born circa 1830 in Suffolk. William was a labourer.
William Groom married Sophia Ann Bullett, daughter of Edward Bullett and Sophia Cocksedge, on 4 September 1858 in Hessett, Suffolk.

Children of William Groom and Sophia Ann Bullett

William Groom

     William Groom married Isabella Hubbard on 16 April 1833 in Bradfield St George, Suffolk.

Children of William Groom and Isabella Hubbard

Mary Groome?

(say 1640 - after 1657)
     Mary Groome? was born say 1640 in England. She was the niece of John Groome of Strood, Kent, who mentions her in his will, dated 25 March 1658 (PCC Wootton)..
     Mary died after 1657.
Mary Groome? married Thomas Fawler, son of John Fawler and Beatrice Unknown (Fawler), before 1658.

Children of Mary Groome? and Thomas Fawler

Amicia le Gros

      She had an only child Constance who married ... de Eshton, ve. Eston who had a son Ranulph de Eshton, who had a son John de Eshton, who had John de Eshton who claimed the Earldom of Albemarle and Castle of Skipton, as heir thereof, upon the death of Isabella de Fortibus, 9 Edw II..
Amicia le Gros married Unknown Aston. Amicia le Gros was born in England. She was the daughter of William le Gros Count of Aumale and Cecily de Romelli or FitzDuncan.

Hawise le Gros

     Hawise le Gros was the daughter of William le Gros Count of Aumale and Cecily de Romelli or FitzDuncan.
Hawise le Gros married William Mandeville Earl of Essex circa 1180. By 1180 he held the Earldom of Albemarle.
Hawise le Gros married William de Fortibus Earl of Albemarle, Skipton as her second husband, in 1190 in England..
     Hawise le Gros married Baldwin de Betune as her third husband, in 1195.
People mentioned: Roger de Thurkilby; William de Fortibus (Forz), Count of Aumale; Henry de Dene; Robert de Courtenay; Alan de Multon; Roger de Burnabuk, clerk; Alice de Romeli, wife of Robert de Courtenay; Mabel [de Romeli], sister of Alice de Romeli; Cecily [de Romeli], sister of Alice [de Romeli]; Hawise, daughter and heir of Cecily de Romeli; William de Fortibus (Forz), Count of Aumale father of William de Forz, Count of Aumale; Richard de Lucy, daughter and heir of Mabel [de Romeli]; Alice [de Multon], wife of Alan de Multon and daughter and heir of Richard de Lucy; Mabel [de Moleton (Multon)], wife of Lambert de Multon and daughter and heir of Richard de Lucy; Lambert de Moleton (Multon); Archbishop of York.
Nature of request: Copy of a plea made before Thurkilby and his associates concerning the right of presentation to the church of Dean.
1) Endorsement: These petitions are answered.
2) Coram toto consilio and certify the king.
3) This remains unfinished.
4) Coram rege.

Child of Hawise le Gros and William de Fortibus Earl of Albemarle, Skipton

Child of Hawise le Gros and Baldwin de Betune

William le Gros Count of Aumale

( - 1179)
     William le Gros Count of Aumale bore arms: gules, a cross patee vair. He was born. Son of Stephen, son of Odo - Earl of Blois & Matilda half sister to William the Conqueror, who gave him Holderness. He was the son of Stephen of Blois and Hawise de Mortimer.
He commanded the Royal troops at the Battle of the Standard at Northallerton in 1138 and in reward was made Earl of Yorkshire; founded several religious orders (Meaux Abbey in 1150, Thornton Abbey & Newton Hospital in Holderness) and Castle of Scarborough. Count of Aumale, Lord of Holderness.
Cecily de Romelli or FitzDuncan married secondly William le Gros Count of Aumale.
     William died in 1179 in Yorkshire. He was buried in 1179 in Meaux Abbey, Yorkshire.

Children of William le Gros Count of Aumale and Cecily de Romelli or FitzDuncan

Mary Ann Grose

(before March 1859 - )
     Mary Ann Grose was born before March 1859 in Oxfordshire.
Mary Ann Grose married Charles William Bullett, son of Robert Bullett and Elizabeth Humphrey, between July 1878 and September 1878 in Daventry RD, Northamptonshire.
     Mary Ann Grose and Charles William Bullett were recorded on the 1881 census in 18 Laurence Rd, Peckham, Camberwell. Charles W Bullett, 27, Manager, fancy goods warehouse, born Weedon; his wife Mary A 23 and children Violet I, aged 1, Ellen & Ernest, both 3 months old, born Peckham Surrey, and his mother in law Emma Grose aged 48.
     Mary Ann Grose and Charles William Bullett were recorded on the 1891 census in 13 Parkhurst Rd, Wood Green, Tottenham, Middlesex. Charles W Bullett, 37, a Commission Merchant's clerk, born Weedon; his wife Mary Ann, 32 born Wardington? Oxon; and children Violet I 11, born Weedon Nth; Ellen E, 10, born Peckham, Surrey; May E 9 born Walthamstow, Essex; Robert F, 7, born Walthamstow; Ernest was not listed.
     Mary Ann Grose and Charles William Bullett were recorded on the 1901 census in 14 Palace Terrace, Wood Green, Tottenham. Chas W bULLETT, 47, accountant, born Weedon, Northants; Mary A his wife, aged 42, born Weedington, Oxon; children Violet I, 21, school teacher, born Weedon; Ellen E, 20, born Peckham; Ernest C, 20, private in the 7th Royal Dragoon Guards, born Peckham; May E, 19, typist, born Walthastow, Dorothy G, 7, born Wood Green; Robert F, 17, railway clerk, born Walthamstow.

Children of Mary Ann Grose and Charles William Bullett

Elise Annie Grosholtz

(circa 1877 - September 1963)
     Elise Annie Grosholtz was born circa 1877.
     Rev George Brereton Hooper married Elise Annie Grosholtz as his second wife, on 14 April 1915 in St Andrew, Fulham, London. He was aged 64, widower, of Camborne, clerk in Holy Orders, she was aged 28, a spinster of 23 Palliser Rd, daughter of Matthias August Edward Grosholtz, architect.
     Elise's death was registered in the quarter ending in September 1963 in Fulham RD.

Mary Sars Christie Groth

(circa 1893 - 8 November 1967)
     Mary Sars Christie Groth was buried in Clare. She was commonly known as Chrissie. She was born circa 1893.
Mary Sars Christie Groth married James Thomas Colbert, son of James Colbert, on 1 May 1918 in St Cyprian's church, North Adelaide, South Australia.
     Mary died on 8 November 1967 in Adelaide, South Australia. Memorial inscription at Clare: with husband James Thomas & mentions daughters, aged 74.

Children of Mary Sars Christie Groth and James Thomas Colbert

Alfred Arthur Grounds

(1876 - 1951)
     Alfred Arthur Grounds was born in 1876.
Alfred Arthur Grounds married Fanny Grimwood, daughter of Hezekiah Grimwood and Eliza Maria Thorpe, in 1900 in Yorkshire.
     Alfred died in 1951.

John Groute

     John Groute married Bennett Trull, daughter of Jeremy Trull and Ann or Hannah Unknown (Trull), on 10 March 1650 in St Stephen, Norwich, Norfolk.

John Grove

(say 1470 - circa 1506)
     John Grove was born say 1470 in Greenhythe, Swanscombe, Kent.
In 1503 John Grove, late of Greenhithe in Kent, quitclaimed the manor of SOUTH WHADDON, of about 300 acres, to Thomas Woodmancy and his heirs. (fn. 34) Woodmancy died in 1505 seised of this manor, which he held of the Abbess of Barking as of her manor of Slapton; he left a son Thomas as heir, (fn. 35) but there is no further trace of the property..
     John Grove was the subject of an Inquisition Post Mortem held between 1504 and 1509. John Grove of Grenehith, Kent ... being seized in fee of the undermentioned manor of Southwadddon & the lands etc mentioned therewith, demised them by charter to John Verney kt., Richard Hatton, clerk, Edward Raweley & Thomas Woodmance, gentlemen & Richard Blakehed, their heirs and assigns, to the use of the afsd Thomas Woodmancey, the elder and his heirs ... Thomas Woodmance named in the writ died 20 Dec 20 Henryt VII, Thomas Woodmane aged 16 years & more is elder son and heir etc..
     His will was proved in 1506 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. Will of John Grove, Gentleman of Stone next Dartford, Kent.
     John died circa 1506.

Child of John Grove