Elizabeth Killigrew

(7 July 1666 - )
     She may be the Elizabeth Killigrew of Middlesex, whose will was proved in April 1716 - PROB11/551 sig 75.. Elizabeth Killigrew was christened on 7 July 1666 in St Martin in the Fields, Westminster, Middlesex. She was the daughter of Thomas Killigrew.

Elizabeth Killigrew

     Elizabeth Killigrew married Sir Thomas Berkeley. Elizabeth Killigrew was born in Hanworth, Miiddlesex. She was the daughter of Sir William Killigrew and Margaret or Margery Saunders (Leigh).

Elizabeth Killigrew

( - before 11 December 1677)
     Elizabeth Killigrew married Sir Francis Clinton. He was Gentleman of the Ordinary of the Privy Chamber to Charles II.. Elizabeth Killigrew was born. She is described as daughter of William Killigrew & Mary Hill not grand-daughter.. She was the daughter of Sir William Killigrew and Mary Hill. Elizabeth & was dresser to the Queen in 1677.
     Elizabeth died before 11 December 1677. She was buried on 11 December 1677 in Westminster Abbey, London. The Lady Elizabeth, wife to Sir Francis Clkinton, in the abbey.

Elizabeth Killigrew

(circa 1570 - 6 June 1638)
     Elizabeth Killigrew was born circa 1570 in London, England. She was the daughter of Sir Henry Killigrew and Katherine Cooke.
     Elizabeth Killigrew married Sir Jonathan Trelawney before 1592. He was of Poole House.
     Elizabeth Killigrew married Sir Thomas Reynell as her second husband, on 6 February 1606. She was the widow of Sir Jonathan Trelawney and second wife of Sir Thomas.
     Elizabeth Killigrew married Sir Nicholas Lower as her third husband.
     Elizabeth died on 6 June 1638 in Landulph, Cornwall. Wife of Sir Nicholas Lower, of Clifton. They had no issue. She was described as the daughter of Sir Henry Killigrew of London by the "youngest of the learned daughters of Sr Anthony Cooke".

Child of Elizabeth Killigrew and Sir Jonathan Trelawney

Child of Elizabeth Killigrew and Sir Thomas Reynell

Elizabeth Killigrew

(1 February 1613/14 - )
     Elizabeth Killigrew was christened on 1 February 1613/14 in High Ham, Somerset. She was aged 2 years and more at the death of her father, named in the will of her grandfather Sir Edward Hext. She is erroneously called Jane in the pedigree in the College of Arms. She was the daughter of Sir Joseph Killigrew and Elizabeth Hext.
     Elizabeth Killigrew married William Bassett on 18 February 1629 in High Ham, Somerset.
     Settlement after the marriage of Wm.Bassett of Claverton, esq., and his w., Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Joseph Killigrewe and his w., Elizabeth (Hext), 1636, with a schedule of 17 leases, giving details of parties, properties and lives made between 1596 and 1606, and armorial seal of William Bassett attached.
The bundle also includes 2 ? stray leases, 1653, 1717, of an acre in Tintinhull, held of the manor of Montacute.
Memorandum concerning alleged partial and unequal assessment upon the 100 of Tintinhull by comparison with Ilchester, unsigned and undated, but ? relating to ship money, c.1638
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     Elizabeth Killigrew married Henry Seymour as her second husband, before 1662..
     Henry Seymour and his wife Eliz. (late wife of Wm. Bassett, deceased). v. Edwd Nosworthy, John Davis and his wife Jane (formerly Jane Berkeley).: Killigrew family and right and title to the manor and rectory of Lanrake and the barton of Juts (Cornwall), late of Sir Henry Killigrew (cousin of plaintiff Eliz).

Elizabeth Killigrew

(circa 1650 - 28 October 1701)
     Elizabeth Killigrew was born circa 1650 in London, England. She was the daughter of Henry Killigrew DD.
     Elizabeth Killigrew married Rev John Lambe after 8 May 1673 in Soho, Westminster, Middlesex. On 8 May 1673 John Lambe, Rector of Wheathampstead, Herts, bach, about 25 + & Mrs Elizabeth Killigrew, of St Margaret's Westminster spinster c 19, with her father's consent, applied for a licence to marry at St Mary Savoy, St James or Hen VIII chapel Westminster. They had 5 sons and 5 daughters. including Charles (1709) and henry (1692 admissions to Cambridge).
     Elizabeth died on 28 October 1701 in Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire, England.

Elizabeth Killigrew

(before 1490 - 31 January 1563)
     Elizabeth Killigrew was born before 1490 in Cornwall. She was the daughter of John Killigrew and Jane or Joan or Maude Petit.
     Elizabeth Killigrew and Agnes Unknown (Killigrew), John Killigrew, Agnes Killigrew (Buscarnon), Robert Killigrew, Thomas Killigrew, Elinor Killigrew and Thomas Killigrew were beneficiaries in Thomas Killigrew's will dated 22 March 1500/1. She was bequeathed one flat piece of silver by her grandfather.
     A marriage settlement between Elizabeth Killigrew and Thomas Treffry was made on 19 September 1505. Pre nuptial settlement, Thomas Treffry and Elizabeth Killigrew.
Parties: 1) Thomas Treffry to 2) John Killigrew of Penryn on marriage of Thomas Treffry, junior, with Elizabeth Killigrew. Property unspecified
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     Elizabeth Killigrew married Thomas Treffry circa 29 September 1505. Their daughter Sybil married John Gayer of Trenbrace, St Keverne and had a son Thomas Gayer whose son John Gayer married Margaret Trelawny and had John Gayer, Lord Mayor of London (in 1647). Their son John Gayer who died without issue in 1657 married Christian Riccard "sole heiress of her parents" Sir Andrew Riccard and his wife Katherine.
     Elizabeth died on 31 January 1563 in Fowey, Cornwall. A monumental inscription at Fowey church shows the Killigrew arms impaling Treffrey, 31 Jan 1563.

Elizabeth Killigrew

(before 1500 - )
     Elizabeth Killigrew was born before 1500. She was the only daughter and heir.. She was the daughter of John Killigrew.
     Elizabeth Killigrew married John Godolphin, son of John Godolphin and Elizabeth Beauchamp, before 1513.

Child of Elizabeth Killigrew and John Godolphin

Elizabeth Killigrew

(13 December 1649 - )
     Elizabeth Killigrew was christened on 13 December 1649 in St Gluvias, Cornwall. Daughter of Simon & Elizabeth. She was the daughter of Simon Killigrew and Elizabeth Orell (Ross or Roose).

Elizabeth Killigrew

(3 March 1721 - )
     Elizabeth Killigrew was born on 3 March 1721 in London. She was the daughter of Edward Killigrew and Mary Weston. Elizabeth Killigrew was christened on 23 March 1721 in St Bride Fleet St, London.

Elizabeth Killigrew (de Kinski)

     Elizabeth Killigrew (de Kinski) was born. Her parentage is only assumed as there is confusion between this lady and the Elizabeth who married Yeo. She was the daughter of Sir Peter Killigrew and Mary Lucas.

Elizabeth Frances Killigrew

(21 December 1719 - )
     Elizabeth Frances Killigrew was christened on 21 December 1719 in St Martin in the Fields, Westminster. She may be the Elizabeth Killigrew who married Wm Carter in 1744 at St Botolph's without Bishopsgate in Boyd's marriage index. She was the daughter of Lt Col Henry Killigrew and Frances Maria Bucknall.

Frances Killigrew

(28 February 1665/66 - March 1735/36)
     Frances Killigrew was christened on 28 February 1665/66 in Falmouth, Cornwall. She was the daughter of Sir Peter Killigrew (2nd Bart) and Lady Frances Twisden.
     Frances Killigrew married Richard Erisey on 20 April 1686 in Falmouth, Cornwall. She was cast off 3 years after their marriage. In 1701 her husband sued her father for his daughter Mary.
     Frances Killigrew made a will dated 16 February 1731 in St James, Westminster. I Frances Erisey of St James in Westminster and County of Middlesex Widow of the late Richard Erisey of The County of Cornwall Deceased being of Sound Memory and Judgment ... I give the Same and every part thereof to my Dear Brother Martin Killegrew Esquire Late Husband of my Dear Sister Anne Killegrew Deceased Whose great Love and Kindness to Her and all her family and the many Obligations I lie under to Him ought never to be forgot by Me not forgetting my Grand Daughters Mary and ffrances West if Such Persons are in Being to Whom I give a Guinea to Each of Them and with Due Thought and a Satisfied Conscience I hereby Declare that I Leave Them nothing Else And Lastly I make my said Dear Brother Martin Killegrew Sole Executor ... Sixteenth Day of ffebruary in the ffifth Year of the King And in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Thirty One. Frances Erisey Henrietta Bruce Tho: Bruce John Haslum.
     Frances died in March 1735/36 in Widford or Whitford, Essex, aged 70. She was buried in Widford.
     Her will was proved on 17 May 1736 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
     1 Dec. 1736: Articles of agreement (1) Martin Killigrew of St. James, Westminster, esq., exor. of will of Frances Erisey, widow, decd.
(2) Mary and Frances Killigrew of Bury, Suffolk, spinster, daus. of John West, and John West, esq.
Recites: 28 July 1699 conveyance (Sir Peter Killigrew of Arwenack and w. Dame Frances, Martin Killigrew and others, to Walter Quarme of Falmouth, clerk, and Peter Hill of Falmouth, merchant).
Reciting: trust deed of 1695 relating to manors of Mylor and Arwenack. Subsequent deaths leaving (2) above as next heirs
(1) has delivered to (2) leases of properties given up by him (described in attached schedule).

Children of Frances Killigrew and Richard Erisey

Frances Killigrew

(23 November 1659 - )
     Frances Killigrew was christened on 23 November 1659 in St Gluvias, Cornwall. Daughter of Simon. She was the daughter of Simon Killigrew and Elizabeth Orell (Ross or Roose).

Frances Killigrew

(14 March 1668 - )
     Frances Killigrew was christened on 14 March 1668 in Westminster, London. She was the daughter of Charles Killigrew and Frances Willoughby.

Frances Mary Killigrew

(23 June 1748 - 20 July 1819)
     Frances Mary Killigrew was also known as Frances Maria in records. She was christened on 23 June 1748 in St Mary, St Marylebone, Westminster. She was the daughter of Captain George Augustus Killigrew.
     Frances died on 20 July 1819 in Portman Street, London, aged 71. She was buried on 30 July 1819 in St Aldwyn, Coln St Aldwyn, Gloucestershire.
     Her will was proved on 21 August 1819 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

George Killigrew

(13 December 1664 - 20 March 1687/88)
     George Killigrew was christened on 13 December 1664 in St Margaret, Westminster, Middlesex. He was the son of Sir Peter Killigrew (2nd Bart) and Lady Frances Twisden.
     George Killigrew married Ann St Aubyn, daughter of Sir John St Aubyn (Bart) and Anne Jenkin, on 23 September 1684 in Crowan, Cornwall. She brought a portion of £5000 to the Killigrew estate, but the marriage turned out unhappily.
     George died on 20 March 1687/88 in Penryn, Cornwall, aged 23. He was killed in a tavern brawl at Penryn (at the house of a Mr Chalons, says Tonkin) by `a stab in the back' from a barrister named Walter Vincent. (See Hostory of Parliament website for further information on Him). Another account states that the skull, which was found in 1861, showed that the hole made by the rapier was clearly visible in the forehead. He was buried on 23 March 1687/88 in beneath the chancel steps in the parish church, Falmouth.
     The Cornish Telegraph in 1869 published: The Rise of Falmouth.— Falmouth, close to Penryn, consisted only of two houses in Leland's time, Arwenak, the Killigrew’s mansion, and Pendennis castle, on the point facing Trefusis. Sir Walter Raleigh; landing in the beautiful haven, on his return from his fatal expedition to the coast of Guinea, was struck with the advantage of the noble harbour, with the entrance a mile wide, and represented it to the Council. The village of Penny-come-quick soon arose. In 1652 the custom -house was removed to it from Penryn. In 1660 the place was named Falmouth by royal proclamation; and 1681 received its charter. Pendennis castle, that crowns with its grey walls the western bluff, was erected in the reign of Henry the Eighth. The governor (eighty-seven years old) held it for six months, till starved out, against the enraged Parliament. This was the last place, indeed, except Raglan castle, that stood out for the miserable Stuarts. The Killigrews nobly burned down Arwenak during this siege, to prevent the Parliament generals having quarter there for their troops. The last male Killigrew was killed in duel at Penryn, and the property went to Lord Woodhouse.
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Children of George Killigrew and Ann St Aubyn

George Killigrew

(28 May 1619 - 29 June 1690)
     George Killigrew was christened on 28 May 1619 in St Margaret, Lothbury, London. He was the son of Sir Robert Killigrew and Mary Woodhouse.
     George was buried on 29 June 1690 in St Bride Fleet St, London. A George Killegrew was buried with affidavit.

George Killigrew

(10 February 1688/89 - )
     George Killigrew was christened on 10 February 1688/89 in St Bride Fleet St, London. He was the son of Edward Killigrew and Frances Unknown.

Captain George Augustus Killigrew

(2 September 1717 - before 20 August 1757)
     Captain George Augustus Killigrew was born on 2 September 1717 in Westminster, Middlesex. He was the son of Lt Col Henry Killigrew and Frances Maria Bucknall. Captain George Augustus Killigrew was christened on 7 October 1717 in St Clement Danes, Westminster, Middlesex. George Augustus, son of Colonel Henry Killigrew, Master of the Robes to the Prince? and the Lady Frances Mary his wife, was born September 2nd, baptized Octo: 7th in Norfolk Street, Godfather His Royal Highness, George Prince of Wales, and his .... the Duke of Argyll, Godmother the Rt Honorable, the Countess of Dorsett.
     He served in Col. Douglas' Regiment of Marines on 10 December 1735. The 1740 Army list: Captain George Augustus Killigrew, commission dated 10 Dec 1739, Ensign 17 Dec 1735.
     Captain George Augustus Killigrew married Isabel Orgill on 4 July 1742. Geo Augustus Killigrew of Norfolk Street, S Martin in the Fields, bachelor & Izzabel Orgil of Kingstown in the Island of Jamaica, spinster, 4 Jul 1742?.
Also: Killegrew, George Augustus of St Martin of fields, Esq, bachelor & Isabella Orgill of Kings Town in the Island of Jamaica, spinster, 4 August 1742
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     Captain George Augustus Killigrew and Frances Vandewall obtained a marriage licence on 27 June 1753 in London.
     Captain George Augustus Killigrew married secondly Frances Vandewall after 27 June 1753.
     Capt George Augustus Killigrew to Sir R Wilmot. Scheme to dispose of his troop and retire on the half-pay of captain on the Irish establishment. Stewart Douglass willing to resign half-pay for him.
     George died before 20 August 1757 in Bond Street, Soho, Westminster.
     His will was proved on 20 August 1757 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. He was a Captain in the Regiment of Carabiniers.

Child of Captain George Augustus Killigrew and Isabella Orgill

Children of Captain George Augustus Killigrew

Grace Killigrew

(circa 1592 - circa 1592)
     Grace died circa 1592 in Cornwall, England. She was born circa 1592 in Cornwall. She was the daughter of John Killigrew and Dorothy Monk.

Grace Killigrew

     Grace Killigrew married John Tretherffe. Grace Killigrew was born in Cornwall. She was the daughter of Capt John Killigrew and Elizabeth Trewinnard.

Lt Guilford Killigrew

(circa 1690 - 18 February 1751)
     Lt Guilford Killigrew was born circa 1690. He was the son of Charles Killigrew and Jemima Bockenham.
     He served as a cornet and later Lt Col of Lord Mark Kerr's Regiment of Dragoons according to the 1740 army list and Ensign in Col. Wm Delaune's Regiment of Foot having joined... on 30 August 1708.
     In Lt Guilford Killigrew's will dated 30 May 1723, Lt Guilford Killigrew was named as executor of the estate.
     Administration of the estate of Charlotte de Hesse was granted to Lt Guilford Killigrew, on 5 June 1725.
     Killegrew v Killegrew. Bill and answer. Plaintiffs: Charles Killigrew, esq of Thornham Hall, Suffolk (eldest son of Charles Killigrew, esq deceased, late of Somerset House, Middlesex). Defendants: Guildford Killigrew, esq. Date of bill ....
     Guilford died on 18 February 1751. He left no issue. He was described as Lt Colonel of Kerr's Dragoons.
     His will was proved on 23 July 1751 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. He left his property in trust for Guilford Boyes, living under his protection, who was bap 22 Sep 1730 at Allerton in Yorkshire, as daughter of John Boyes, and apprenticed to a milliner in Manchester. A Guilfred Killigrew married on 18 Sep 1759 at Manchester Cathedral to John Wright [IGI].

Henry Killigrew

(circa 1590 - )
      Henry Killigrew was born circa 1590 in Cornwall. He was the third son and had no issue. He was aged 30 in 1620. He was the son of John Killigrew and Dorothy Monk.
     Henry died. He may have been the cadet Henry who took part in the Anglo Huguenot expedition to relieve Rouen, and was left lame for life from a wound in a foot, and was captured and imprisoned.

Henry Killigrew

(9 April 1637 - before 16 December 1705)
     Henry Killigrew was born on 9 April 1637 in St Martin in the Fields, Westminster, Middlesex. He was the son of Thomas Killigrew and Cecilia Crofts. Henry Killigrew was christened on 16 April 1637 in St Martin in the Fields.
     Henry was appointed a Groom in Extraordinary of the Bedchamber on 31 October 1674.
     Henry Killigrew married Lady Mary Savage. Henry Killigrew was an executor of Thomas Killigrew's estate on 19 March 1682/83 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
     Henry was appointed a Groom of the Bedchamber on 19 December 1683. Henry was at the court of James II when Duke of York. "Scapegrace of the family".
     Henry died before 16 December 1705 in Soho, Westminster, Middlesex. He was buried on 16 December 1705 in St Martin in the Fields.

Children of Henry Killigrew and Lady Mary Savage

Henry Killigrew

(circa 1630 - before 9 May 1661)
     Henry Killigrew was born circa 1630. He was the son of Sir William Killigrew and Mary Hill. Henry was a merchant in St Mary in the Savoy, London, England.
     His will was proved on 20 March 1659/60 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. Will of Henry Killigrew, merchant of Savoy, Middlesex.
     Henry died before 9 May 1661 in St Mary in the Savoy, London. He left no issue.
     His will was proved on 9 May 1661 at PCC. Sentence of Henry Killegrew of St Mary le Savoy, Middlesex.

Henry Killigrew

(before 1502 - before 1533)
     Henry Killigrew lived at Wolston, Cornwall. He was born before 1502. He was the eldest son.. He was the son of Robert Killigrew and Elizabeth Morys (of Wolstane).
     Henry Killigrew married Elizabeth Bond.
     Henry died before 1533. He predeceased his father and was named in the Inquisition taken on his death..

Children of Henry Killigrew and Elizabeth Bond

Henry Killigrew

(say 1640 - )
     Henry Killigrew was born say 1640.
     Henry Killigrew married Joan Webber on 13 January 1668 in Paignton, Devon.

Child of Henry Killigrew and Joan Webber

Henry Killigrew

(say 1710 - )
     Henry Killigrew was born say 1710.
     Henry Killigrew married Mary Unknown before 1747.

Child of Henry Killigrew and Mary Unknown

Lt Col Henry Killigrew

(circa 1681 - before October 1724)
     Lt Col Henry Killigrew was born circa 1681 in London, England. He was the son of Henry Killigrew and Lady Mary Savage.
     He served as Lieutenant Colonel of Dragoons on 30 September 1710. Henry Killigrew to be Lt-Col.of Dragoons, 30 Sep 1710.
     Lt Col Henry Killigrew married Frances Maria Bucknall on 31 December 1716 in St Alban, Wood Street, London.
     Henry died before October 1724 in Middlesex, England.
     The administration of his estate was granted to Frances Maria Bucknall on 3 October 1724 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Children of Lt Col Henry Killigrew and Frances Maria Bucknall