Wrangham

Family Tree of Oswald Wrangham

of Witton Gilbert, Co. Durham, England

part III

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67. 15th in descent from King Edward III, father of Edmund Plantagenet of Langley, father of Richard Plantagenet, Earl of Cambridge, father of Richard Plantagenet, III Duke of York, father of Ann Plantagenet, mother of Anna St. Leger, mother of Catherine Manners, mother of Barbara Constable, mother of Margaret Babthorpe, mother of Annabella Cholmoley, mother of Anthonina Wickham, mother of Anthonina Jenkins, mother of Elizabeth Sotheby, mother of Elizabeth Willoughby, mother of Elizabeth Garforth, who was mother of Maria Grimston.

68. The Times, March 13th and 16th 1863, and Gentleman's Magazine, 1863, i, 532.

69. By whom he had an only son, Thomas Charles Pleydell Calley, C.B., C.B.E., M.V.O., of Burderop Park, Wiltshire, Lord of the Manor and Patron of the living of Chiseldon, D.L., J.P., Lieutenant Colonel and Brevet Colonel 1900, Major General 1917, commanded 1st Life Guards 1902-06, formerly Captain Royal Wiltshire Yeomany, Colonel commanding London Mounted Brigade, T.F. 1908-12, Temporary Brigadier General commanding 60th (London) Division 1914-15, honorary Colonel Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry 1927, M.P. for Cricklade Division of Wiltshire, January-November 1910, born January 28th 1856 and died February 14th 1932, having had issue, an only daughter, Joan Marion Calley. The family of Calley is descended from ‘William Cawley or Calley, esq. of Burderop, b. in 1600, who was living at the visitation of 1623. This gentleman, a violent opponent of the royal cause during the civil war, acted a prominent part among the leaders of the parliamentary party, and his signature appears attached to the death warrant of the ill-fated Charles I. He married Anne, daughter and co-heir of William Bower, esq. of West Lavington, by whom he acquired a considerable estate at Lavington, and dying in 1660, was s. by his eldest son, Sir William Calley, knt. of Burderop, who obtained from the restored monarch restitution of the lands forfeited by his father, received the honour of knighthood, and had a grant of a full pardon, which document is still possessed by the family at Burderop. Sir William d. without issue, and was s. by his brother, Oliver Calley, esq. of Burderop’ (A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland, by John Burke, volume IV, London, 1838). See also ‘Calley of Burderop’, Burke's Landed Gentry, 1952, pages 344-45.

70. Son of Sir Robert Wilmot, 3rd Bt., and his wife Lucy Grimston, eldest daughter of Robert Grimston of Neswick.

71. According to Burke's ‘Genealogical History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland’ the Arms borne by Archdeacon Wrangham (nr. 2.1.1.4.1.2.1.) were as follows, although the College of Arms holds no record of their registration: ‘Arg. three garbs, two and one, ppr. on a chief azure, as many bezants, bearing STRANGWAYS on an escutcheon of pretence;’ crest: ‘a dove volant, bearing in the beak an olive branch, all ppr.’; motto: ‘Hyeme exsuperatâ.

72. See ‘Brooksbank of Healaugh’, Burke's Landed Gentry, 1914, pages 247-248.

73. As described in his burial entry, June 17th 1832, Wharram Percy: ‘formerly farmer of Pickering.

74. From a series of six letters written by or about Richard Wrangham, now in the possession of Mrs Caroline Wrangham Thomas.

75. The following is crossed out in the original: ‘for you may swear and curse as you...

76. Letter from Richard Rundle Burgess, Captain of HMS Ardent to the Reverend Francis Wrangham (nr. 2.1.1.4.1.2.1., Richard Wrangham's first cousin), dated February 4th 1797 at Blackstakes.

77. Of which he informs his parents in an undated letter, which he signs ‘your Undutifull son’.

78. From a letter dated November 16th 1800 at Gibraltar, also signed ‘your Undutifull son’.

79. Registry of Deeds, East Riding of York: November 26th 1822 (DN 236 263 and DN 237 264). Pigot and Co.'s National Commercial Directory, ...Durham, Northumberland and Yorkshire; London, 1834; page 215.

80. ‘Mr. William Wrangham’, ‘Bygone Maltonians, No. VII’ by George Wrangham Hardy, York Gazette, November 23rd 1912.

81. ‘Mr. William Wrangham’, ‘Bygone Maltonians, No. VII’ by George Wrangham Hardy, York Gazette, November 23rd 1912.

82. ‘Mr. William Wrangham’, ‘Bygone Maltonians, No. VII’ by George Wrangham Hardy, York Gazette, November 23rd 1912.

83. ‘Mr. William Wrangham’, ‘Bygone Maltonians, No. VII’ by George Wrangham Hardy, York Gazette, November 23rd 1912.

84. ‘Mr. William Wrangham’, ‘Bygone Maltonians, No. VII’ by George Wrangham Hardy, York Gazette, November 23rd 1912.

85. Details from The Whitworth Register, prepared by the Whitworth Society (an Association of Whitworth Scholars, Exhibitioners and Prizemen), The Whitworth Society, London, n.d., page 222.

86. 1841 Census, HO/107/1213, resident with his wife and children, three apprentices and two female servants. 1851 Census, HO/107/2367: resident at 71 High Street, Bridlington, with his children, an assistant, three apprentices, a cook and a house servant.

87. Born August 28th 1829 at Loughborough. Educated at Louth Grammar School and Caius College, Cambridge, B.A. 1855, M.A. 1864. Ordained deacon (Worcester) 1855, priest 1856. Lecturer of Saint Andrew's, Holborn, 1856-61. Chaplain to the King of Hanover. Hon. Secretary and chaplain to the City Orthop. Hospital. R. of Saint Margaret's, Canterbury 1861-64. V. of Bosley, Cheshire 1870-74. Professor of English Literature at the City of London College 1883-94. V. of Saint M., Worcester Park, Cuddington, Surrey, 1884-92. Lecturer in Theology at Queen's College, Harley Street 189--94. F.R.G.S. Died at 7 Sinclair Road, West Kensington, on May 10th 1894. Brother of John Wesley Hales, Professor of English Literature at King's College, London, 1877-93. Father of Wilfrid Burckhardt Atherstone Hales, born July 18th 1877 in Kensington, London; matriculated Easter 1899 at Saint Catherine's College, Cambridge; schoolmaster and private tutor; "persistently described himself, e.g. between 1927 and 1931 in the ‘Schoolmasters' Directory’ and elsewhere, as ‘M.A., Cantab.’, ‘D.Sc., Oxon.’ and ‘J.P.’ There is preserved at the University registry correspondence with the Registrar of Oxford and with the Lord Chancellor concerning the validity of the two latter claims."

88. Will proved April 24th 1972, her effects being valued at £571,601.

89. 1861 Census, RG9/3612, folio 24. Employing two apprentices, two house servants and a nursemaid.

90. Educated Tonbridge School, 1872-73.


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