Judith Killigrew

(5 December 1703 - before 24 July 1731)
     Judith Killigrew was christened on 5 December 1703 in St Stephen's, St Albans, Hertfordshire. She was the daughter of Henry Killigrew Lord of Admiralty and Lucy Jervoise.
     Martha Fiennes in Dec 1728 writes on behalf of Judith Killigrew who is ill re the Willmot Estate. Judith writes in 1729 re her mother's claim on the estate.
     Documents concerning Mrs Lucy Killigrew and her daughter Judith relating to estates in St Albans are held in the Hertfordshire Archives. Judith Killigrew was an executor of Lucy Jervoise's estate on 21 November 1729 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. She was the sole executor & residuary legatee of her mother.
     Letter from Thomas Jervoise to his daughter, mentioning his visit to Judith Killigrew who is angre with TJ.
     Judith died before 24 July 1731.
     Her will was proved on 24 July 1731 at PCC.
     Copy of part of a Chancery decree in Boteler v Barker 23 Nov 1736 ordering accounts to be taken of the personal estate of Judith Killigrew and the rents received by Edward Barker, senior since the death of his wife Mary, which are to be invested for the benefit of Edward Barker, junior.

Katherine Killigrew

(circa 1562 - after 1623?)
     Katherine Killigrew was also known as Mary in records. She was born circa 1562 in 'Arwenack', Budock, Cornwall, England. Vivian describes her as the youngest daughter.. She was the daughter of Sir John Killigrew and Mary Wolverston.
     Katherine Killigrew and Anne or Agnes Killigrew, Sir Henry Killigrew, Alexander Killigrew and Mary Killigrew were beneficiaries in James Killigrew's will dated 12 January 1566/67 in St Budock, Cornwall, England. Katherine Killigrew and Mary Killigrew were beneficiaries in James Killigrew's will proved 16 November 1568 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
     Katherine Killigrew married Robert Trapps.
     Katherine died after 1623?. She was named in the will of her uncle James Killigrew in 1567 and in the will of her aunt Margaret Killigrew in 1623.
M.I. at St Olave, Hart St. (brought from St Katherine Coleman) to Elizabeth Billingsby who died in 1577, the first wife of Sir Henry. A footnote to the transcription mentions that Henry (who was Lord Mayor of London in 1596) married Catherine, daughter of Sir John Killigrew and widow of Robert Trapps of London. He had a further two wives and died in 22 Nov 1606.

Child of Katherine Killigrew and Robert Trapps

Katherine Killigrew

     Katherine Killigrew was born in Hanworth, Miiddlesex. She was described as the second daughter. She was the daughter of Sir William Killigrew and Margaret or Margery Saunders (Leigh).
     Katherine Killigrew married Sir Thomas Jermyn on 26 November 1599 in St Margaret, Lothbury, London. Sr Thomas Jermane knight et Mistress katherine Killegrewe were married ye 25 November.

Katherine Killigrew

(circa 1617 - before 30 April 1689)
     Katherine Killigrew was born circa 1617 in London. She was described as the second daughter and aged 5 in 1622. She was the daughter of Sir Robert Killigrew and Mary Woodhouse.
     Katherine Killigrew was mentioned in the will of Margaret or Margery Saunders (Leigh) dated 22 May 1623.
     Katherine Killigrew was mentioned in the will of Sir Robert Killigrew dated 12 September 1632.
     Katherine Killigrew married Thomas Stanley.
     Katherine died before 30 April 1689.
     The administration of her estate was granted on 30 April 1689 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. To Thos Stanley, esq, h[usband?].

Lucy Killigrew

(before 1700 - )
     Lucy Killigrew was born before 1700. She was the daughter of Henry Killigrew Lord of Admiralty and Lucy Jervoise.
     Lucy Killigrew married James Cook on 28 May 1716 in St Stephen's, St Albans, Hertfordshire.

Margaret Killigrew

(circa 1526 - )
     Margaret Killigrew was born circa 1526 in 'Arwenack', Budock, Cornwall. She was the daughter of Capt John Killigrew and Elizabeth Trewinnard.
     Margaret Killigrew married Sir Francis Godolphin, son of Thomas Godolphin and Katherine Bonythan, on 29 June 1552 in Breage, Cornwall. Franunces Godolphin, Esq & Margaret Kellygrew, daughter of John Kellygrew, esq. He later married Alice daughter of John Skerritt and widow of John Glanville.

Children of Margaret Killigrew and Sir Francis Godolphin

Margaret Killigrew

(28 November 1647 - )
     Margaret Killigrew was christened on 28 November 1647 in St Gluvias, Cornwall. Daughter of Simon & Elizabeth. She was the daughter of Simon Killigrew and Elizabeth Orell (Ross or Roose).

Margaret Killigrew

(24 January 1727 - )
     Margaret Killigrew was christened on 24 January 1727 in Stoke Gabriel, Devon. She was the daughter of Edward Killigrew and Jane Unknown.
     Margaret Killigrew married Robert Matthews on 25 April 1727 in Stoke Gabriel, Devon.

Maria Killigrew

(circa 1595 - )
     Maria Killigrew was born circa 1595 in Cornwall. She was the daughter of John Killigrew and Dorothy Monk.
     Maria Killigrew married Sir George Grenville.

Child of Maria Killigrew and Sir George Grenville

Mary Killigrew

(circa 1560 - )
     Mary Killigrew was born circa 1560 in 'Arwenack', Budock, Cornwall. She was the daughter of Sir John Killigrew and Mary Wolverston.
     Mary Killigrew and Anne or Agnes Killigrew, Sir Henry Killigrew, Alexander Killigrew and Katherine Killigrew were beneficiaries in James Killigrew's will dated 12 January 1566/67 in St Budock, Cornwall, England. Mary was a beneficiary in James Killigrew's will proved 16 November 1568 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
     Mary Killigrew married Henry Billingsley on 24 February 1602/3 in St Katharine Coleman, London. Henry Billingsley, esquire & Mary Killigrew , married by licence 24 Feb 1602.

Mary Killigrew

(24 June 1623 - 6 November 1677)
     Mary Killigrew was christened on 24 June 1623 in St Margaret, Lothbury, London. She was the daughter of Sir Robert Killigrew and Mary Woodhouse.
     Mary Killigrew was mentioned in the will of Sir Robert Killigrew dated 12 September 1632.
     Mary Killigrew married Sir John James after 1656.
     Mary died on 6 November 1677 in London, aged 54. She was buried on 10 November 1677 in Westminster Abbey. The Lady James, wife to Sir John, in the Abbey.

Children of Mary Killigrew and Sir John James

Mary Killigrew

(20 March 1627 - )
     Mary Killigrew was christened on 20 March 1627 in St Margaret, Lothbury, London. She was the daughter of Sir William Killigrew and Mary Hill.
     She went over to Holland, aged barely seventeen, as a maid of honour to Mary, Princess Royal of England and Princess of Orange, in February 1644.
     Mary Killigrew married Frederick de Nassau General Zuylestein in 1644. O 1648?.

Child of Mary Killigrew and Frederick de Nassau General Zuylestein

Mary Killigrew

(before 1570 - )
     Mary Killigrew was born before 1570 in England. She was the daughter of Sir Henry Killigrew and Katherine Cooke.
     Mary Killigrew married Reginald Mohun circa 7 September 1589 in London, England. 1589 Sep 7, Reginald Moone [i.e. Mohun] Esq., now of City of London, son & heir of Sir __ Moone, kt. & Mary Killigrew spinster, daughter of Henry Killigrew of St Margaret Lothbury, London, Esq. General Licence Harleian Society v.25 London Marriage licences 1520-1610, p.181.

Mary Killigrew

( - after 1566)
     Mary Killigrew was the daughter of Robert Killigrew and Elizabeth Morys (of Wolstane).
     Mary died after 1566.

Mary Killigrew

(circa 1678 - )
     Mary Killigrew was born circa 1678 in St Martin in the Fields, Westminster, Middlesex, England. She was the daughter of Henry Killigrew and Lady Mary Savage.
     Mary Killigrew married William Newbury on 27 April 1696 in St Martin in the Fields. London marriage licences - Killigrew, Mrs Mary of Scotland Yard, parish of St
Martin in the Fields, spinster, 18, with consent of her father Henry Killegrew Esq. & William Newbury, gent of St Giles, Cripplegate, bachelor 23, at St Martin afsd. 27 April 1696
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Mary Killigrew

(before 1650 - )
     Mary Killigrew was born before 1650 in Soho, Westminster, Middlesex, England. She was the daughter of Henry Killigrew DD.
     Mary Killigrew married Nicholas Only on 14 August 1665 in Wheathampsted, Hertfordshire. Mary Killigrew, daughter of Dr Killigrew of Westminster, licence to marry
Nicholas Only, clerk at Whethamstead, Herts. 1, 152 [Act Books, Index library v.55 p.490]..

Mary Killigrew

(19 March 1722/23 - )
     Mary Killigrew was christened on 19 March 1722/23 in St Paul, Covent Garden, Westminster, England. She was the daughter of Charles Killigrew and Elizabeth Vaughan.

Mary Killigrew

     Mary Killigrew was the daughter of Henry Killigrew Lord of Admiralty and Lucy Jervoise.
     Mary Killigrew married Edward Barker on 3 February 1726/27 in St George, Hanover Square, Westminster.
     She is probably Moll Killigrew (cousin of Richard Jervoise) who had married a 'Turkey' (Turkish?) merchant - Mr Barker by 7 Feb 1726/7.
     Mary Killigrew mentioned on 23 November 1736.

Mary Killigrew

(23 November 1742 - )
     Mary Killigrew was christened on 23 November 1742 in Westminster, London. She was born on 23 November 1742 in London. She was the daughter of Thomas Guilford Killigrew and Catherine Chubb.

Mary Killigrew

( - 25 January 1699/0)
     Mary was buried on 25 January 1699/0 in St Giles Without Cripplegate, London. Mary Killegrew, spinster.

Mary Killigrew

(14 January 1717/18 - )
     Mary Killigrew was christened on 14 January 1717/18 in St Bride Fleet St, London. She was the daughter of Edward Killigrew and Mary Weston.

Mary Killigrew

(10 August 1719 - )
     Mary Killigrew was christened on 10 August 1719 in St Bride Fleet St, London. She was the daughter of Edward Killigrew and Mary Weston.

Mary Killigrew

( - 8 January 1687/88)
     Mary was buried on 8 January 1687/88 in St Bride Fleet St, London.

Mary Killigrew

(6 May 1685 - )
     Mary Killigrew was christened on 6 May 1685 in St Bride Fleet St, London. She was the daughter of Edward Killigrew and Frances Unknown.

Mary Cecilia Killigrew

(21 August 1718 - )
     Mary Cecilia Killigrew was christened on 21 August 1718 in St Martin in the Fields, Westminster, Middlesex, England. She was the daughter of Lt Col Henry Killigrew and Frances Maria Bucknall.

Odelia Killigrew

(24 October 1599 - )
     Odelia Killigrew was christened on 24 October 1599 in St Margaret, Westminster, Middlesex. She was the daughter of John Killigrew and Dorothy Monk. Odelia Killigrew and Dorothy Monk were beneficiaries in Sir John Killigrew's will proved 29 May 1633 in Exeter, Devon.

Otho Killigrew

     Otho died. He was living in the time of Edward III. He was born in England. He was the son of John Killigrew.
     Otho Killigrew married Joan Canterbury, daughter of William Canterbury. She was called Joane, daughter & heir of William Kentebury.

Children of Otho Killigrew and Joan Canterbury

Peter Killigrew

(12 October 1686 - before 8 March 1686/87)
     Peter Killigrew was christened on 12 October 1686 in Falmouth, Cornwall. He was the son of George Killigrew and Ann St Aubyn.
     Peter died before 8 March 1686/87 in Falmouth, Cornwall. He was buried on 8 March 1686/87 in Falmouth.

Peter Killigrew

(18 August 1680 - 21 November 1680)
     Peter Killigrew was christened on 18 August 1680 in Falmouth, Cornwall. He was the son of Sir Peter Killigrew (2nd Bart) and Lady Frances Twisden.
     Peter died on 21 November 1680 in Falmouth, Cornwall. He was buried on 25 November 1680 in Falmouth. Peter, son of Sr Peter Killagrew, Baronet, by Lady ffrances his wife.

Peter Killigrew

(before 1529 - )
     Peter Killigrew was born before 1529 in 'Arwenack', Budock, Cornwall. He was described as the second son. He was the son of Capt John Killigrew and Elizabeth Trewinnard.
     Aug 21 1556: #24 Interrogatories for the examination of Peter Kyllygrew, relative to an intended invasion of England, and aid promised from France. #25 Answers of Peter Killygrew to the above. His dealings with Dudley, Ashton, the Tremaynes, and Horseys. Ships taken by Kyllygrew and his companions at sea. #26: Further confession of Peter Kyllygrew relative to the fitting out and arming of two ships and plundering of a Spanish vessel and others at sea, at which young Asshton was present. Henry Dudley complains of poverty. #31 Sep 16, Claim for restitution of a French ship taken with the pirate Kyllygrew. Peter Killigrew and Sir John Killigrew were pardoned on 15 January 1559 in 'Arwenack', Budock, England. 15 Jan (1 Eliz) - The brothers John, Henry & Peter Killigrew were pardoned :"Peter Killegrew, etc. of Arwenack, co. Cornwall, gentleman, alias of London, 'mercer'".
Henry Killigrew of Arwenack, was pardoned with his brothers Peter & John of Arwenack in the first year of the reign of Elizabeth (15 Jan 1559).
     Peter Killigrew married Ellen Higgins on 17 February 1560/61 in St Mary le Bow, London.
     In 1556 when the Protestant Peter Killigrew was captured by ships of Q Mary's navy while he was roaming the Chanel in search of Spanish prizs, his mistress was found to have 159 crowns about her person, but we are not told how she cambe by the money
Chynoweth further states that he was a pirate in Ireland. About 1553 Peter and his brother Thomas engaged in piracy agianst Spanish ships in the Channel from a base in New Rochelle. In March 1554, they had three ships, one of which had been supplied by the King of France, and hoped to intercept King Philip of Spain on his way to England to marry Mary. The brothers were involved with Sir Peter Carew intrying to persuade the French to invade England, but they were captured in 1556. Peter was tortured in the Tower, while Thomas may have been hanged..
     June 14 1568: Petition of citizens of Antwerp to Queen. Had a council letter to Peter Killigrew of Cornwall, to restore 184 rubies taken from a ship coming from Spain to Cornwall, on payment of half their value, but the messenger sent with the letter could not find Peter K; his father who lives with him refused to receive it & threatened the messenger. Begs a letter to the Sheriff of Cornwall to apprehend Peter K, & if he is not found, to attach his goods till he either restores the rubies or appears before Council.. Peter Killigrew mentioned in the 1569 militia list in Budock, Cornwall, with Sir John Killigrew and John Killigrew. The 1569 muster lists John Kyllygrew Esq of Budock with John Kyllygrew Esq. jun. who furnished one (erased and fower written over) gelding with his furniture for a light horseman 4 corselts furnished 4 almayn rivets or in their stead 4 coats of plate or brigandines 12 pikes one morrion 12 long bows 2 steel caps or sculls ...but. Next entry is for Peter Kyllygrew with bow arrows ...calybers 2 murryans. John jr was one of the five Commissioners and signed at least five of the Hundreds. See also Penryn. He served on a jury in 1576 in Launceston, Cornwall, in the trial of Father Cuthbert Mayne. Peter Killigrew was mentioned at the Inquisition Post Mortem held on 28 February 1584/85 on the death of Sir John Killigrew.
Peter Killigrew was mentioned as tenant in the manor court rolls dated at Michaelmas 1585 in Carnsew Manor, Cornwall, At Michaelmas 1585 he was listed "Of Peter Killigrew 1/0" at Carsnew Manor.
     
     Letters of attorney 1 Wm. Killigrew esq. P.C. 2 Peter Killigrew esq. his brother To take livery of seisin of property within the late college of Glasney at Penryn.