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The Seize Quartiers of Frederick John Robinson, 1st Viscount Goderich

 

1Frederick John Robinson, 1st Viscount Goderich and 1st Earl of Ripon

†† b 1 Nov 1782, London

†† d 28 Jan 1859, Putney Heath, Surrey

 

Parents

 

2Thomas Robinson, 2nd Baron Grantham

†† Will pr Jul 1786

†† b 30 Nov 1738, Vienna

†† d 20 Jul 1786, Putney Heath

†† m 17 Aug 1780, St. Jamesís Square, Middlesex

3Mary Jemima Yorke

†† Admon Jan 1830

†† b 9 Feb 1757

†† d 7 Jan 1830, Whitehall

 

Grandparents

 

4Thomas Robinson, 1st Baron Grantham

†† Will dat 7 Jun 1769, pr PCC 12 Dec 1770

†† b 24 Apr 1695, York

†† bur 6 Oct 1770, Chiswick, Middlesex

†† m 13 Jul 1737, Hovingham, Yorkshire

5Frances Worsley

†† b 1716

†† bur 6 Nov 1750, Chiswick

6Philip Yorke, 2nd Earl of Hardwicke

†† Will pr Jun 1790

†† b 9 Dec 1720, London

†† d 16 May 1790, St. Jamesís Square, Middlesex

†† m 22 May 1740, Brompton

7Jemima Campbell, suo jure Marchioness Grey

†† Will pr Jan 1797

†† b 9 Oct 1722 or 1723

†† d 11 Jan 1797, St. Jamesís Square, Middlesex

 

Great-grandparents

 

8Sir William Robinson, Baronet, of Newby, Yorkshire; MP for Northallerton and for York

†† b ca. 1655

†† bur 27 Dec 1736, Topcliffe

†† m 8 Sep 1679, Wheldrake, Yorkshire

9Mary Aislabie

†† b 25 Aug 1664

†† d

10 Thomas Worsley of Hovingham; MP for Thirsk

†† Will dat 22 Oct 1750, pr PCC 26 Apr 1751

†† bap 28 Nov 1686, Hovingham

†† bur 2 Mar 1750/51, Hovingham

†† m

11 Mary Frankland

†† b

†† bur 4 Sep 1722, Hovingham

12 Philip Yorke, 1st Earl of Hardwicke

†† b 1 Dec 1690, Dover, Kent

†† d 6 Mar 1764, Grosvenor Square

†† m 16 May 1719

13 Margaret Cocks

†† b

†† d 19 Feb 1761, bur Wimpole, Cambridgeshire

14 John Campbell, 3rd Earl of Breadalbane

†† bap 10 Mar 1695/96, Chapel Royal

†† d 26 Jan 1782, Abbey of Holyrood-house

†† m 20 Feb 1717/18, St. James, Westminster

15 Amabel Grey

†† b

†† d 2 Mar 1726/27, Copenhagen

 

Great-great-grandparents

 

16 Thomas Robinson of York; Turkey merchant

†† bap 8 Apr 1634, Topcliffe

†† bur 16 Jul 1676, St. Crux, York

†† m 31 Dec 1654, St. Olave, York

17 Elizabeth, dau of Charles Tankard of Arden, Yorkshire

†† b

†† bur 15 May 1664, St. Crux

18 George Aislabie of Studley Royal, Yorkshire, registrar to the archbishop of York

†† Will dat 1 May 1673

†† bap 30 Jan 1617/18, Hemingborough, Yorkshire

†† d 10 Jan 1674, Penley Croft

†† m

19 Mary, dau of Sir John Mallory of Studley Royal

†† Will dat 15 Jun 1682, pr 6 Feb 1682/83

†† bap 21 Oct 1640

†† bur 5 Feb 1682/83, York Minster

20 Thomas Worsley of Hovingham

†† Will dat 4 Jun 1714, pr York 26 May 1738

†† b ca. 1649

†† bur 18 May 1715, Hovingham

†† m lic 1675

21 Mary, dau of Henry Arthington of Arthington, Yorkshire

†† bap 3 Feb 1647/48, Adel, Yorkshire

†† bur 20 Dec 1711, Hovingham

22 Sir Thomas Frankland, 2nd Baronet, of Thirkleby, Yorkshire; MP for Thirsk

†† Will pr 1726

†† bap 6 Oct 1665, Thirkleby

†† d 30 Oct 1726, bur Thirkleby

†† m lic 14 Feb 1682/83

23 Elizabeth, dau of Sir John Russell, 4th Baronet, of Chippenham, Cambridgeshire

†† b 4 May 1664

†† d 20 Jul 1733, bur Thirkleby

24 Philip Yorke of Dover, Kent; solicitor

†† b

†† d 1721

†† m 18 Apr 1680, St. Mary, Dover

25 Elizabeth, dau of Richard Gibbon of Dover

†† b

†† d

26 Charles Cocks of Worcester; MP for Droitwich

†† bap 9 Sep 1646

†† d ca 1727

†† m lic 3 Dec 1678

27 Mary, dau of John Somers of Clifton in Severn Stoke, Worcestershire, attorney

†† b ca. 1658

†† d

28 John Campbell, 2nd Earl of Breadalbane

†† Will pr Feb 1753

†† b 19 Nov 1662

d 23 Feb 1752, Palace of Holyrood-house

†† m 23 May 1695

29 Henrietta, dau of Sir Edward Villiers, Knight Marshal

†† b

†† d 1 Feb 1719/20

30 Henry Grey, Duke of Kent

†† Will pr 1740

†† bap 28 Sep 1671, Flitton, Bedfordshire

†† d 5 Jun 1740, Kensington Gore, Middlesex

†† m 26 Mar 1695

31 Jemima, dau of Thomas Crew, 2nd Baron Crew of Steyne

†† b

†† d 27 Jul 1728

 

 

Sources

 

The Complete Peerage (2nd edition)

The Complete Baronetage

The History of Parliament

J.W. Clay, ed., Dugdaleís Visitation of Yorkshire, with Additions (1899-1917)

J.J. Howard and F.A. Crisp, Visitation of England and Wales, Notes vol. X

J.R. Walbran, Memorials of the Abbey of St. Mary of Fountains (Surtees Society, vol. 67)

Joseph Foster, ed., London Marriage Licenses, 1521-1869 (1887)

Edward Hasted, The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent (Canterbury, 1797-1801)

St. Mary, Dover, PR transcript

The Daily Gazetteer