Katherine Kidwell

     Katherine Kidwell married John Saxon on 2 February 1749 in St Margaret, Westminster.

Children of Katherine Kidwell and John Saxon

Deborah Kaye Kiehne

(5 August 1961 - 29 December 1985)
     Deborah Kaye Kiehne was buried in the cemetery, Texas. She was born on 5 August 1961.
     Deborah died on 29 December 1985 aged 24.

Sarah Ann Kilburn

(circa 1860 - 26 May 1937)
     Sarah Ann Kilburn was born circa 1860 She was the daughter of Thomas & Ann. in Burton, Staffordshire, England.
     Sarah Ann Kilburn married Samuel Charles Bullett, son of Harriet Bullett, before 31 December 1876 in Burton upon Trent RD.
     Sarah Ann Kilburn and Samuel Charles Bullett appeared on the 1881 census in 19 Nelson St, Winshill, Derbyshire. Samuel Bullett, 29, married, labourer, born Rougham, Suffolk; Sarah A Bullett, 20, wife, born Burton, Stafford, with daughters Elizabeth A, 2, Eliza F 2, both born Stapenill, Derbyshire, Priscilla aged 5 weeks, born Winshill.
     Sarah Ann Kilburn and Samuel Charles Bullett arrived per "Cambodia" on 5 April 1884 at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Samuel Bullett 29, Sarah 26, Elizabeth 6, Eliza 4, Priscilla 3, Samuel 1 listed under both assisted & unassisted passengers.
     Sarah died on 26 May 1937 in Redfern, New South Wales, Australia. She was buried in Botany, New South Wales.

Children of Sarah Ann Kilburn and Samuel Charles Bullett

Adam de Kilconquhar

( - 1271)
     Adam de Kilconquhar was born. He was great grandson of Duncan, Earl of Fife, grandosn of Adam, son of Duncan..
     Adam de Kilconquhar married Marjorie Carrick Countess of Carrick, daughter of Neil Earl of Carrick and Isabel Unknown, between 1266 and 1269 in Scotland.
     Adam died in 1271 in Acre, Palestine. Having joined the crusade of 1268, under the banner of Louis the Ninth of France, he died at Acon? in the Holy Land in 1270 in the defence of Acre.

Child of Adam de Kilconquhar and Marjorie Carrick Countess of Carrick

Juliana/Isabella? Kilconquhar

     Juliana/Isabella? Kilconquhar married Thomas Randolph, son of Ranulph,, in 1232. ODNB Sir Thomas Randolph of Stichill (ROX) married Juliana, daughter of Marjory, countess of Carrick, and her first husband, Adam of Kilconquhar. He probably died soon after 1296, and had been chamberlain of Scotland. Handbook of British Chronology, 185: Held Chamberlainship from 1269 to 18 Aug. 1277.

Hamilton Hartly Killaly

(1800 - )
     Hamilton Hartly Killaly was born in 1800 in Laois, Ireland. He was the son of John, merchant and attended Trinity College, Dublin. He became a MLA in Canada.
     Hamilton Hartly Killaly married Martha Jane Handy, daughter of Fleming Handy and Catherine Eliza Kirkman, on 13 June 1834 in St Peter, Dublin, Ireland. Hamilton Hartly Killaly of Harrington St, to Martha Jane Handy of Tennessee Aglish, spinster, witnessed by Wm Candy & James O'Loughlin.

Catharine Killeen

     Catharine Killeen married Patrick Handy, son of Stray Handy, before 1834.

Child of Catharine Killeen and Patrick Handy

Ann Killian

(circa 1845? - )
     Ann Killian was born circa 1845?.
     Ann Killian married Richard Fleming Handy, son of Rev Richard Fleming Handy and Jane Dugdale, on 18 April 1866 in the Register Office, Dublin, Ireland.
     Ann Killian and Richard Fleming Handy were recorded in 1900 census in New York, USA. Richard F Handy, born c Mar 1842, Ireland, wife Annie, married for 34 years. immigrated 1867.

Mary Killick

     Mary Killick married John Rithe in 1683 in Surrey. Married by licence.

Mary Killigan

     Mary Killigan married Patrick Colbert before 1839 in Ireland.

Child of Mary Killigan and Patrick Colbert

Agnes Killigrew (Buscarnon)

     Agnes Killigrew (Buscarnon) married Henry Pester/Pestyer. Agnes Killigrew (Buscarnon) was born in Cornwall. She possibly married John Buscarnon of Bodmin. She was the daughter of Thomas Killigrew and Agnes Unknown (Killigrew).
     Agnes Killigrew (Buscarnon) was mentioned in a civil court action between 1501 and 1515. Pestyer v Kellygrewe: Plaintiffs: Henry Pestyer and Agnes, his wife, daughter of Thomas Kellygrewe, of Peryn, deceased. Defendants: John Kellygrewe, eldest son of the said Thomas. Subject: Share of goods and debts of the said Thomas. Cornwall. Date: 1486-1493, or 1504-1515.
     Agnes Killigrew (Buscarnon) made a will dated 22 March 1501.
     Agnes Killigrew (Buscarnon) and Agnes Unknown (Killigrew), John Killigrew, Robert Killigrew, Thomas Killigrew, Elinor Killigrew, Elizabeth Killigrew and Thomas Killigrew were beneficiaries in Thomas Killigrew's will dated 22 March 1500/1. Agnes was bequeathed one silver cup by her grandfather. Thomas Bosscarnon was bequeathed one silver cup in the next sentence.

Alexander Killigrew

(circa 1493 - )
     Alexander Killigrew was born circa 1493. He was aged 20 or more at his father's death. He was the son of Thomas Killigrew and Jane Darrell.
     Between 22 April 1509 and 28 January 1547, Alexander Killigrew was the plaintiff in a court case in the Star Chamber re forcible entry and seizure of title deeds at St Gluvias, Cornwall.
EN/85-92 [n.d.] Legal papers, Thos. Enys v. Alex. Killigrew and Nich. Opy, concerning 2 meas., 200a. land, 10a. meadow and 100a. heath in Roscrow and Meddy in St. Gluvias, and the goods and cattle of Thos. E. on the said premises.
EN/86 n.d The answer of Alex. Killigrew to the bill of complaint of Thos. E. He says that his f. Thos. K. was seized of the premises, that after his death they descended to the said Alex. K. who was in possession until Thos E forcibly entered, that the sessions put Alex. back in possession, that he, being with his wife Alice, his mother Eliz. and Nich. Polley and Jn. Harry their servants, found corn and cattle belonging to Thos E. on the said land which they returned to his except for some perishable foodstuffs.
EN/91 - date: 20 Nov. 1526
Warrant by 3 judges appointed by the Lord Chancellor to hear the matter in dispute to Thos. Colrogger to take the oversight of the said land, to return the goods and cattle on the land to the use of Thos. Enys, to command Killigrew and Opie to vacate the premises, and to suffer Thos. E. to put his cattle on the land, until the judges have taken a further direction and order concerning the right of the lands.
EN/92 6 June 1527 The award by the aforesaid 3 judges that Alex. Killigrew shall have all the said lands in Roscrow and Meddy and shall pay 200 marks to Thos. Enys for the goods they wrongfully took, to be paid in the chapel of St. Mary Virgin at Penryn, and that Thos E shall hold the lands until the money is paid. 6 June 1527.
     Court of Requests: Pleadings. HENRY VII - HENRY VIII. Nicholas Carminowe v Alexander Kyllygrew: the manor of Killigrew [in St Erme], and lands in 'Chyton' and Pengelly, Cornwall. Interrogatories only. 1 m. SMP
Collection: Records of the Court of Requests. Alexander Killigrew mentioned in the 1522 militia list in Penryn, Cornwall, with John Killigrew and Agnes Unknown (Killigrew). The value of the lands in the parish of Gluvyas upon Londe ... John Kyllygrew £1/6/8, Agnes Killygrewe, widow, £2/10/-, Alex Kyllygrew £1/10/-. The value of thel ands in Penryn Borough - is headed by: John Kyllygrew £2/0/0.

The survey of the value of the goods of the inhabitants in the borough of Penryn and their harneis
is headed by John Kyllygrew sen and John Kyllygrewe jun with the amount blank. Only one John is listed in the loan, for £40.
     The award by the aforesaid 3 judges that Alex. Killigrew shall have all the said lands in Roscrow and Meddy and shall pay 200 marks to Thos. Enys for the goods they wrongfully took, to be paid in the chapel of St. Mary Virgin at Penryn, and that Thos. E. shall hold the lands until the money is paid.
     Bargain and sale 1 John Killigrew of Penryn esq. 2 Alex. Killigrew esq. Crugow Keyne and Trethewy Vean, Ruan Lanihorne; Carsulack and Bosnansak, St. Keverne; two tenements in Penryn.
     Alexander Kellygrewe v. John Carmynowe, esquire: manor of Killigrew and tenements at Pengelly and Chitton, all in St Erme, mortgaged to defendants for a debt now repaid out of the issues (Cornwall).
Nicholas Carmynowe, nephew of John Carmynowe, v. John Killigrew, esquire, and James Trewennard: Maintenance of a suit in the Court of Whitehall in the name of Alexander Killigrew for two messuages in St Eerme held of the manor of Killigrew, inducing the tenants to refuse their rents, and 'disturbing' a jury at Truro.
Alexander KELLYGREWE v. John CARMYNOWE, esquire.: Manor of Killigrew and tenements at Pengelly and Chitton, all in St. Erme, mortgaged to defendants for a debt now repaid out of the issues.: CORNWALL. 1538-1544.
     In 1543 Alexander & Thomas Killigrew and ten other gentry were paid fees as officers of the garrison at Pendennis.      
Alexander Killigrew paid the Subsidy (tax) in 1543 in Budock. Alexander Killigrew, land, 4 (lands & fees). John & Thomas were also listed.
     Nicholas Carmynow, nephew of John Carmynowe, v. John Killigrew esquire, and James Trewennard: Maintenance of a suit in the Court of Whitehall in the name of Alexander Killigrew for two messuages in St. Erme held of the manor of Killigrew, inducing thetenants to refuse their rents, and 'disturbing' a jury at Truro.
     Alexander Kyllygrewe v Nicholas Carmynowe: the manor of Killigrew and tenements called 'Pengylly' and 'Clyton' in St Erme, Cornwall. 8 mm. [Standard surname: Killigrew, Carminowe] SMP . 1-406. REQ 2/3/406 is missing, and not calendared Alexander Kyllygrewe.      
Alexander Killigrew paid the Benevolence [tax]|Kerrier Hundred, Budock - Alexander Kyllygrew 3/4 (also John Kyllygrew 50) in 1545 in Budock. He witnessed a will before 1563 in Devon. Alexander & John Killigrew were witnesses to the will of Richard Tresaher proved 1563 Exeter, to wife Ann (?nee Killigrew) ... daughter Jane.
     Alexander Killigrew was mentioned in the will of James Killigrew dated 12 January 1566/67. His cousin James left him twenty shillings.

Alice Killigrew

(say 1520 - )
     Alice Killigrew married Richard Bonython. Alice Killigrew was born say 1520 in Cornwall. She was the daughter of Capt John Killigrew and Elizabeth Trewinnard.

Alisha Killigrew

(19 August 1702 - )
     Alisha Killigrew was christened on 19 August 1702 in St Stephen's, St Albans, Hertfordshire. She was the daughter of Henry Killigrew Lord of Admiralty and Lucy Jervoise.

Amy Killigrew

     Amy Killigrew was also known as Ann in records. She was born in Cornwall. She was the daughter of Capt John Killigrew and Elizabeth Trewinnard.

Ann Killigrew

(circa 1668 - before 27 September 1727)
     Ann Killigrew was born circa 1668 in Charles Street, St James, Westminster, Middlesex, England. She was the daughter of Sir Peter Killigrew (2nd Bart) and Lady Frances Twisden.
     Ann Killigrew married Martin Lister on 23 February 1689 in Falmouth, Cornwall. Martin Lister, Esqure & Anne Killigrew, daughter of Peter Killigrew, Knight & Baronet.
     Her husband erected monuments in Falmouth, had a family history written and took the name of Killigrew on his marriage. See http://wikimapia.org/5937989/Killigrew-Monument or, http://www.cornwallinformation.co.uk/news/?p=1016 or, http://www.falmouthcivicsociety.org.uk/oldtownhall.htm or,
http://fag.looksystems.net/Collection/1000.42.
     Ann died before 27 September 1727 in St James, Westminster Middlesex. After 7 years lingering sickness. She was buried on 27 September 1727 in Falmouth, Cornwall.
     Ann Lister or Killigrew was mentioned as being deceased in the will of Frances Killigrew dated 16 February 1731.

Ann Killigrew

(6 April 1806 - )
     Ann Killigrew was christened on 6 April 1806 in Chatham, Kent. She was the daughter of William Killigrew and Elizabeth Unknown.

Ann Killigrew

( - 3 July 1653)
     Ann Killigrew was the daughter of Henry Killigrew DD and Judith Unknown.
     Ann died on 3 July 1653 in St Mary, Sunbury, Middlesex. Ann Killigrew, the daughter of Doctor Killegrew was buryed July the 3, 1653.

Anne Killigrew

(7 December 1687 - before December 1736)
     Anne Killigrew was christened on 7 December 1687 in Crowan, Cornwall. Cellegrew …. Daughter of George Esq (We have his mark) 7th December 1687. Martin Lister Killigrew said Sir Peter Killigrew had: no comfortable hopes from his other grandaughter by his late son, Ann by name, from her education under her wretched mother. She was the daughter of George Killigrew and Ann St Aubyn.
     A marriage settlement between Anne Killigrew and Major John Dunbar was made on 20 May 1718. Extract from the pre-niptial marriage settlement of Major John Dunbar and Ann Killigrew, dated May 20, 1718. ... and whereas the said Anne Killigrew is also seized in fee to her and her heirs of & in several lands and tenements herinafter mentioned to be lying & situate in the said county of Cornwall, and whereas the said John Dunbar is likewise seized in fee of the manor, town & lands of Kilcoe, situate, lying and being in the county of Fermanagh , Upper and Lower Ballicarey in Catherloch [Ballycarney, Carlow]; Prisloe in Budock. The trustees to said settlement were, Sir William Twysden, Martin Killigrew, Owen Wynne and Walter Weldon. Witnesses, Francis Errisey, John Hamilton, Thomas Wilson.
     Anne Killigrew married Major John Dunbar, son of Major John Dunbar and Catherine Wynne, on 27 May 1718 in St Mildred, Bread Street, London, England. They were both of St James, Westminster.
     Anne Killigrew was mentioned in the will of Major John Dunbar dated 27 May 1724.
     Anne died before December 1736 in England.
     Deed dated 1 December 1736 re assignment of 1000 year term, between - (1) Mary and Frances Killigrew of Bury St. Edmonds, Suffolk, spinsters, daughters of Jn. West and Mary his late wife, who was daughter of Frances Erisey, daughter of Sir Peter Killigrew, decd. (2) Martin Killigrew of Arwenack, esq. (3) George Dunbar s. of Major J. D. of Ballycarney, Ireland, by his wife Anne, decd., daughter of George Killigrew, only son of Sir Peter Killigrew, decd. (4) John West, esq. (5) John Laroche of St. James, Westminster, esq. (6) Richard Mounteney of Lincolns Inn, esq. Recites: 14 Jan. 1673, 1000 year lease (Sir Peter Killigrew to Walter Hele) Rosemorran, Tregedna, Kelnoweth and Tregenver in Budock - other property of Sir Peter Killigrew settled in trust. Consideration: to settle leasehold estates to uses declared in lease and release of even date (2) to (6): His moiety of Tregenver in Budock.
     Anne Killigrew and George Dunbar were mentioned in a deed dated from 1752 to 1754. 1 Nov. 1752: (1) George Dunbar of Dublin, esq., s. of Anne, wife of Jn. Dunbar, formerly Anne Killigrew, only daughter and heir of George Killigrew, esq., decd.
19 September 1754 - Leases granted before George Dunbar married Anne Killigrew.
     Anne Killigrew and George Dunbar were mentioned in a deed dated 1 November 1752. Deed to lead the uses of a fine (1) George Dunbar of Dublin, esq., son of Anne, wife of Jn. Dunbar, formerly Anne Killigrew, only daughter and heir of George K., esq., decd. & (2) William Marsden of Lincolns Inn, Mddx., gent. Prisloe, late in occ. of Jn. Oliver and Jas. Tresaha, gents., in Budock. Also final concord (with counterpart).
     Anne Killigrew and George Dunbar were mentioned in a deed dated 19 September 1754 in Budock, Cornwall. Deed to declare the uses of a fine
(1) George Dunbar of Balycarney, Ireland, esq., and wife Anne
(2) William Marsden of Lincolns Inn, Mddx., gent.
(3) Samuel Skinner of Penryn, surgeon
Recites: 8 Jan. 1753, 99 yr. lease (Geo. Dunbar to Sam. Skinner), Prisloe Field, Budock. Leases granted before George [sic] Dunbar married Anne Killigrew. Confirmation of leases to Sam. Skinner for terms specified, and then to uses of (1) above.

Child of Anne Killigrew and Major John Dunbar

Anne Killigrew

(7 September 1607 - 6 July 1641)
Anne Killligrew (Kirke) c. 1637
     Anne Killigrew was christened on 7 September 1607 in Hanworth, Middlesex. She was aged 14 in 1622. She was the daughter of Sir Robert Killigrew and Mary Woodhouse.
     Anne Killigrew was mentioned in the will of Margaret or Margery Saunders (Leigh) dated 22 May 1623.
     Anne Killigrew married George Kirke on 4 January 1627. She was the daughter of Sir Robert killigrew of Kempton, Mdx. They had 2 sons and 2 daughter, one of each dying in his lifetime. He married secondly Mary, daughter of Aurelian Townsend in 1646.
Kirke’s first marriage involved him in an unpopular Lincolnshire drainage project, which led to rioting on the outbreak of the Civil War, when he accompanied the Court to Oxford. Following the end of hostilities he paid £985 to compound for his delinquency.
     Copy Letters patent 11 Dec. 1627 confirming an indenture of lease 1 Aug. 1627 by Walter, Fullerton and Trevor to George Kirke a Groom of the Bedchamber, of the lordship of Sheriff Hulton and lands in Offringham and Cottinghams, for 80 years on the lives of George Kirke and Anne Killigrew of Lothbury London daughter of Sir Robert Killigrew, at £24.5. -, except lands surrendered by George Kirke by indenture 17 Nov. 1627.
Certified copy. Oath as to correctness of copy and to the effect that George Kirke was alive and in the rules of the Upper Bach Prison on that day, 23 May 1653, Sworn by Thomas Rudd, cit. & haberdasher
. A picture of Anne Killigrew by Isaac Beckett, after Sir Anthony van Dyck circa 1637. Thee copies circa 1680-4 are held in the National Portrait Gallery.
     She was appointed dresser to Queen Henrietta Maria in 1637, and first wife of George Kirke, the notorious groom of the chambers. In Robert Heath's "Clarastella" is an "Epicedium on the beautiful lady".
     Anne died by drowning from London Bridge when the Royal barge collapsed on 6 July 1641 in All Saints Franciscan church, London, England, aged 33. She was buried on 9 July 1641 in Westminster Abbey, London.

Children of Anne Killigrew and George Kirke

Anne Killigrew

(1568 - )
     Anne Killigrew was born in 1568 in Lothbury, London. She was the daughter of Sir Henry Killigrew and Katherine Cooke.
     Anne Killigrew married Henry Neville on 22 December 1584 in St Margaret, Lothbury, London. |He was an English politician, diplomat, courtier and distant relative of William Shakespeare and considered by some, the real author of Shakespeare's works.
     Anne Killigrew married Rev George Carlton as her second husband, after 1610..

Children of Anne Killigrew and Henry Neville

Anne Killigrew

(1660 - 16 June 1685)
     Anne Killigrew was born in 1660 in St Martin's Lane, Westminster, Middlesex. She was the daughter of Henry Killigrew DD.
     A self portrait of Anne Killigrew (1660-1685) is available via "The Oxford Dicitonary of National Biography". Killigrew, Anne (poet and painter, was born in St Martin's Lane, London, the daughter of Dr Henry Killigrew (1613-1700), chaplain and almoner to the duke of York, master of the Savoy, and prebendary of Westminster, and his wife, Judith (d. 1683). Her uncles Thomas Killigrew (1612–1683) and Sir William Killigrew (1606–1695) were prominent figures in the Restoration theatre. Her brothers Admiral Henry Killigrew (d. 1712) and Captain James Killigrew (c.1664-1695) were both naval officers. Her sister Elizabeth (d. 1701) was married to Dr John Lambe, a clergyman. Anne was born shortly before the Restoration ‘and christened in a private chamber, when the offices in the common-prayer were not publicly allowed’ (Wood, Ath. Oxon., 4.623). She was ‘tenderly educated’ and soon ‘became most admirable in the arts of poetry and painting’ (ibid.)
In 1683 Anne is listed as one of the six maids of honour to Mary of Modena. She never married. Her beauty, piety, and exemplary virtue are stressed in all the early records. In 1685 she succumbed to smallpox ‘to the unspeakable reluctancy of her relations, and all others who were acquainted with her great virtues’ (Wood, Ath. Oxon., 4.623). The date of her death (which occurred in her father's lodgings in the cloisters of Westminster Abbey) is given as 16 June in Henry Killigrew's epitaph, but according to the Savoy chapel register she was buried there on 15 June. Her monument was destroyed by fire in 1864.
Poems by Mrs Anne Killigrew, a collection of twenty-nine items, with three further poems ‘found among Mrs Killigrews Papers … though none of hers’ (Poems, 84), was licensed on 30 September 1685 (title-page dated 1686). The volume encompasses a variety of genres and metres: pastoral, epigram, an unfinished epic, occasional verse, and poetry of general (and often austerely moral) reflection on the joys and pains of human life. The collection is prefaced by three commendatory poems, most notably John Dryden's celebrated pindaric ode ‘To the Pious Memory of the Accomplisht Young Lady, Mrs Anne Killigrew, Excellent in the Two Sister-arts of Poesie and Painting’, which affirms Anne Killigrew's saintly character and displays substantial first-hand knowledge of her achievements in both poetry and painting.
Only a handful of Anne Killigrew's paintings (which included portraits, biblical and historical paintings, mythological scenes, and landscapes) appears to have survived. A full-length self-portrait, in an allegorical setting, is housed at Berkeley Castle, Gloucestershire. A smaller self-portrait survives in several engraved copies, one forming the frontispiece to her Poems. A portrait of James II (formerly attributed to Lely) is in the Royal Collection at Windsor. In 1915–16 a Venus Attired by the Graces was reproduced in the Burlington Magazine from an original then in private hands. Titles of further paintings are known from Anne Killigrew's poems and from the notebooks of George Vertue. The archives of the National Portrait Gallery contain a photograph of what is possibly the painting of Mary of Modena referred to in lines 134–41 of Dryden's ‘To the Pious Memory of … Anne Killigrew’,

Tregellas quotes her at length in Some Cornish worthies. Anne Killigrew was buried on 16 June 1685 in Savoy chapel, Westminster. Epitaph in chancel of St John the Baptist now destroyed.
     Anne died of smallpox on 16 June 1685 in the Cloister House, Westminster Abbey, London. 16th?, at her father's Prebendary house, aged 25.

Anne or Agnes Killigrew

     Anne or Agnes Killigrew was born in Cornwall, England. She was the daughter of John Killigrew and Jane or Joan or Maude Petit.
     Anne or Agnes Killigrew married John Penrose before 1567. She was named in the will of her brother James in 1567..
     In James Killigrew's will dated 12 January 1566/67 in St Budock, Cornwall, England, Anne or Agnes Killigrew was named as heir; I James Killigrewe of the parish of Budock in the county of Cornwall being in my bodye and of ... remembrance thanks be to God make this my ... last will and testament the xiith of January the ninth year and of our Sovereign Lady Elizabeth by the grace of God Queen of England, France & Ireland and defender of the faith. First I bequeath my soule into hands of God my heavenly father and ... I bequeath my body to the grave in... and I bequeath... of my godsonne Symon Killygrew tenne? pounds? John Chamberlyne ... and to my god daughter Mary ... twenty shillings and I bequeath to Robert my ... forty shillings and to Harry my ... forty shillings and to Mondaye his sonne twenty shillings and I bequeath to my sister Anne Penrose fortye shillings and to ... and B... ... each of them twentye shillings ... and for the ... ... of ... bequeath .......... and I bequeath to my dear friend .... and .... and to my friend Robert Taylor my nephew Harrye Killygrew ... xxs for his paynes I bequeath to my sister Killigrew Tenne shillings to my cozen Mary Killigrew tenne shillings to my cosen Marget Godolfing tenne shillings, Ellen Killigrew tenne shillings and to Mary & Katherine Killigrew tenne shillings & ... and to ... tenne shillings and I bequeath to my cosen Alexander Killygrew twentye shillings and to Leonard? ... Phillip ... fourtye shillings divided between them and I give all the rest of my goods not bequeathed to my brother John Killygrew who ... & make my .... executor of this my last will & testament to devide any .... as he may feel ... Probatum... London 26 Nov to John Killygrew ...

Barbara Killigrew

(October 1667 - after 1711)
     Barbara Killigrew was christened in October 1667 in St Martin in the Fields, Westminster. She was the daughter of Sir Robert Killigrew and Barbara Unknown (Killigrew).
     Barbara died after 1711. Along with her mother, she renounced administration to her brother in 1711..

Bennet Killigrew

(before 1500 - circa June 1545)
     Thomas Tomyowe, parson of Mawgan. v. Benet Tregoos, clerk, and John Kyllygrewe, executors of Benet Kyllygrewe, late parson.: Dilapidations: Cornwall.
John Penros, clerk, William Penros, Thomas and John Bercle. v. Benet Tregoos, clerk, and John Killygrewe, executors of Benet Killygrewe, parson of St. Maugan beside Lanhern.: Action of debt upon a bond relating to a lease of the parsonage of St Maugan.. Bennet Killigrew was born before 1500 in Cornwall, England. He was the third son and had no issue.
     John Penros clerk, William Penrose, Thomas & John Bercle v. Benet Tregoos, clerk, and John Killygrew, executors of Benet Killygrewe, parson of St Maugan beside Lanhern: Action of debt upon a bond relating to a lease of the parsonage of St Maugan, Cornwall. He was the son of John Killigrew and Jane or Joan or Maude Petit.
     He had been a servant to Arthur Plantagenet, the step-father of John Dudley, Viscount Lisle and later Duke of Northumberland. He probably arranged for the employment of his nephew Henry by Lisle in 1545.
He was a page in 1542 when he incurred the wrath of the Privy Council for rescuing a knight from being arrested for debt, and was given a punishment which fitted the crime by being made to ride to York using post horses at his own expense to collect the debt.
     Bennet Killigrew made a will dated 2 July 1543.
     Bennet Killigrew married Anna Johns? after 16 May 1544. On 16 May 1544 Benedict Killigreew, one of the King's pages was the intended husband of Ann Johns, grand daughter of Sir Edawrd Don. They were granted the reversion of her grandfather's estate of Risborough Park.
     Bennet died circa June 1545 in St Martin in the Fields, Westminster, Middlesex, England.
     His will was proved on 13 May 1554 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. Benet Killyngar or Killingrew, of St Martin Ludgate; bro. cited.l.

Blanch Killigrew (Wrey)

(circa 1531 - 14 December 1595)
     Blanch Killigrew (Wrey) was born circa 1531. Daughter & co-heir of Henry K of Wolston, aged 3 years & 6 days at inq at her grand-father's death; married John Wrey of North Russell. Blanch Wrey widow died 14 Dec 38 Elizabeth, John Wrey, son & heir aged 40 or more.. She was the daughter of Henry Killigrew and Elizabeth Bond.
     Blanch died on 14 December 1595.

Blanche Killigrew

     Blanche Killigrew was the daughter of Robert Killigrew and Elizabeth Morys (of Wolstane).

Bokenham Hesse Killigrew

(10 May 1698 - )
     Bokenham Hesse Killigrew was christened on 10 May 1698 in St Clement Danes, Westminster, Middlesex, England. He was the son of Charles Killigrew and Jemima Bockenham.

Cecilia Killigrew

(24 August 1635 - before 19 October 1635)
     Cecilia Killigrew was christened on 24 August 1635 in Sunbury on Thames, Middlesex. She was the daughter of Sir William Killigrew and Mary Hill.
     Cecilia died before 19 October 1635 in Sunbury on Thames, Middlesex. She was buried on 19 October 1635 in Sunbury on Thames, London, Middlesex.

Charles Killigrew

(29 December 1655 - before 4 January 1724/25)
      Charles Killigrew was born on 29 December 1655 in Maestricht, The Netherlands. He was aged 26 at marriage but Tregellas says born 1650.. He was the son of Thomas Killigrew and Charlotte de Hesse. They was listed as Charlotte de Hesse's child at naturalization on 3 June 1664.
     Master of the revels. Gentleman of the Privy Chamber to Charles II, 1670, James II 1685, and William & Mary 1689, master of the revels in 1680, patentee of Drury Lane theatre in 1682 and commissioner of prizes in 1707. [Dictionary of National Biography p.106-7].
Of Somerset House and Thornham Hall Sfk, 2nd son. Exec of will of his brother Robert and admon to his mother 1716. Succeeded his father in the post of Master of the Revels in 1680, also to ownership of the playhouse in Drury Lane.
     Charles Killigrew and Jemima Bockenham obtained a marriage licence on 19 May 1687 in London. Charles Killigrew, esq. of St Martin in the Fields, bachelor 26 & Jemima Bokenham, spinster, 16, her parents dead, with consent of her uncle & guardian Richard Bokenham, of Christ Church London, mercer at St Olave's Jewry, London.
     Charles Killigrew married Jemima Bockenham on 21 May 1687 in St Olave, Jewry, London.
     Administration of the estate of Charlotte de Hesse was granted to Charles Killigrew, on 5 May 1716.
     Charles Killigrew made a will dated 30 May 1723.
     Charles died before 4 January 1724/25. See Oxford Dictionary of National Biography for further information: www.oxforddnb.com/.
     His will was proved on 4 January 1724/25 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. He was buried on 8 January 1724/25 in Savoy, London.

Children of Charles Killigrew and Jemima Bockenham