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FERRAR PEDIGREE.

1 NICHOLAS FERRAR. = 2 MARY WOODNOTH.

m.

... Wright.

7 ERASMUS

8 NICHOLAS.

9 RICHARD, of London, merchant.

WILLIAM, d.

unmarried. JOYCE, died unmarried.

។ 7 10 SUSANNA = 11 JOHN COLLETT, of

Bourne, and of
London, mer-
chant. (C).
See Collett
Pedigree.

16 MARY. 17 VIRGINIA.

15 NICHOLAS,

eldest son.

1 RICHARD, only son

æt. 25. unmarried. 1684 (C).

34 ELIZABETH.

GASPAR LARNE, = CHAMPANTIE ALICE.

FERRAR (C).

3 JOHN. 1628 (C).

4 MARY. m. Steed (C).

5 John. = 6 ANN SHEPHERD.

Ist wife.

= 12 BATHSHEBA

OWEN, 2nd.

13 JOHN = 14 ANN BROOKE.

18 BROOKE. 19 ANN. 21 THOMAS = 22 MARTHA 23 NICHOLAS. 24 BASIL = 25 MARY. 26 EDWARD = 27 MARTHA 20 John. GODDARD.

IVORY.
28 MARTHA. 29 John. 31 JUDITH = WM. 32 NICHOLAS = Eliz- 33 HENRY = MARY... 35

Edw. = 36 LOVE 37 JOHN. 41 HUGH =...RUST.
30 THOMAS.
HORNE.
A BETH...

BEVERLEY. 38 MARTHA.

Ist
39 JOHN.

wife.
40 I VORY.
42 MARTHA

lapidary.

43 MARTHA. = 44 Dr. PECKARD.

51 EDWARD. MARY FERRAR. = 52 HUGH.

45 ANNE T. WOODS. = 50 BEVERLEY. 46 EDWARD. 47 AMELIA. 48 EDWARD. 49 LOVE.

Hugh.

ROSETTA = EDWARD

HUGHES. 53 R. A. HUGHES.

COLLETT PEDIGREE.

54 HUMPAREY COLLETT, M.P. = Joan, sister of Margaret, wife THOMAS. daughter. for Southwark. of Jno. Shawcrosse (C).

ROGER.

daughter.
THOMAS, of London,

ROBERT,
NICHOLAS,

daughters
merchant,

second son. youngest son. unmarried, eldest son.

1558.

SUSANNA FERRAR. = JOHN.

55 THOMAS.

MARTHA, dr.

of John
Sherington,
of London,
merchant.

66 JUDITH. = 67 SOLOMON

MAPLETOFT, co. Linc.

56 NICHOLAS.
57 EDWARD.

RICHARD
58 FERRAR.
59 John.
60 MARY.
61 Ann.

62 SUSANNA. = 63 JOSHUA MAPLETOFT, 64 HESTER, wife of first husband.

Francis Kestian.

co. Leic.
65 MARGARET, wife of

Thomas Leggatt.
ELIZABETH, wife of

Benj. Woodnoth,

of Shavinton.
JOYCE, wife of

Edward Wallis of
Sawtrey, Hunts.

69 MARY.

70 ANN.

68 MARTHA,

72 SAMUEL

73 PETER

74 MARY,

eldest daughter.

Јонх, ,

of Middle Temple, only son.

1664.

71 Joan,

godson to N. F.

only dr. circa 16.

1664.

2.

pedigree (C.), chiefly of the Colletts, supplied to Mr. Hopkinson by Mr. Courthope, Somerset herald. The Gidding title deeds (T.). A pedigree (B.), lent me by Mr. Balfour, for the later branches of the Ferrars. Margaretting registers (M.) furnished by Mr. Hopkinson. It would be easy to trace the Mapletofts lower, as may be seen from the Grad. Cant. See also among the plates in the Royal Library, Brit. Mus., the tombs and monuments in Gidding Churchyard.

Abbreviations. 6. born; ba, baptized; m. married; d. died ; bu. buried; dr. daughter.

The figures correspond to those in the pedigree.

1. Was 75 years of age when he made his will (above, 343) in 1620 : d. 1 Apr., bu. in St. Bennett Sherehog, 12 Apr. 1620. (Funeral certificate in Hearne’s Caii Vind. 683). Had a grant of crest and confirmation of arms from Robert Cooke, Clarencieux king of arms, 29 Dec. 1588.” C. M. 1575 (above, 65).

Dr. of Lawrence W. of Shavinton, Cheshire. Her age in 1617 was 62 (above, 16, 299), i. e. 79 at her death in 1634. Yet she is said to have lived to be 83 (Peckard).

3, 4. Both mentioned, as also their sister Mrs. Wright, in the Collett Letters.

5. “Here lieth the Body of John Ferrar Esqe. Lord of this Mannour, who departed this life ye 28th of Septbr. 1657. Arms ; 3 horse shoes on bend." G. I. on brass in church. “Flee from evil and do ye thing yt is right and dwell for evermore.”—On the reverse of do. Æt. 30, A.D. 1620 (Hearne, u. s.) Bu. Sept. 28 (?) 1657. (G. R.)

6. D. 12 Jul. 1613, æt. circa 21 (Monument in Strype's Stow, Bk. iii. p. 28; cf. Hearne, 684.)

7. D. before Apr. 1613 (above, 177). “Erasmus and William, both barristers of the common law, that died both without issue.” (Hearne, 684).

8. B. 22 Feb. 1592–3 (above, 3), not 1591–2 (above, 165): for he was 13 when a freshman (1606; B.A. 1609-10, M. A. 1613) ; 26 when he returned home in 1618 (Peckard, 87); 27 in Apr. 1620 (Hearne, 683) ; 42 (i.e. above 41) in

IO.

II.

12.

1634 (above, xxxii.). “Administration 26 Feb. 1637–8 to his brother John.” C. Bu. Dec. 7. 1637 (G. R.).

9. Æt. 24, Apr. 1620 (Hearne, 683) ; still living when his mother made her will (1628); and if his son's age be rightly given, in 1658.

M. 1600 (above, 304). "Here also sleepeth Susanna, wife to John Collett Esquire, by whom she had issue 8 sons and daughters. She was the only daughter of Mr. N. Ferrar of London, Merchant, and sister to John Ferrar Esq°. late Lord of this Manor, who died 9 October 1657, aged 76 years.” (G. I.) “Bu. Oct. 1657" (G. R.).

“Here lyeth the Body of John Collett Esquire, aged 72, and dyed the 29th day of March, Anno Dom. 1650." (G. I.).

Dr. of Israel 0. of London, gent. (Hearne, 684). 13. D. 23 Feb., bu. 27 Feb. 1719, æt. 89. (G. R. and G. I.).

14. Dr. of sir Robt. B. (sir Brookes of Lubbenam, co. Leic. C), d. 8 Mar. 1702 (G. I.)

15. See above, 144 seq.
16. D. young (Hearne, 684).
17. See Index.
18. Ba. 7 Feb. 1657. (G. R.)

19. Ba. 20 Feb. 1658. (G. R.); living unmarried, 1684 (Pedigree in Hearne, 684).

Ba. 8 Mar. 1659, m. 23 Nov. 1714 to Elizabeth Goddard; she was bu. 4 Oct. 1727 (G. R.).

21. Ba. 24 Jun. 1663 ; rector of Sawtrey St. Andrew and Steeple Gidding ; bu. 11 Aug. 1739. (G. R.) B. A. Pembr. 1682–3, M.A. 1686.

Bu. 18 Aug. 1746. (G.R.) She and Elizabeth (above no. 20) were drs. of Jas. and Eleanor G. of Marston, Wilts, which Eleanor was dr. to Geo. Long of London merchant, and d. 20 Apr. bu. 23 Apr. 1717 (G. R. and G. I.)

23. Ba. 8 Jan. 1664 ; d. before 1684 (G. R. and Hearne).

24. Grocer of Stamford ; ba. 27 Dec. 1667. (G. R.): æt. 16, 1684 (Hearne).

25. Ba. 14 Mar. 1668; æt. 15, 1684 (G. R. and Hearne).

20.

22.

26. Ba. 19 Jan. 1670; bu. 17 May 1730. (G. R. and H. R.) 27. D. Aug. 20. 1717 (B). 28. Ba. 17 Jan. 1697, bu. 22 Jan. 1697 (G. R.)

29. “28 May 1718, John Ferrar at Little Gidding, Huntingdonshire, pensioner, pupil to Dr. Laughton.”-Admission Book at Clare Hall, where is a note “ Fellow 1723." B.A. 1721-2, M.A. 1725. Vicar of Everton, bu. 6 Mar. 1738. (G. R.)

30. Ba. 20 Mar. 1706; bu. (Thos. F. Esq. Lord of this Manor) 6 Jul. 1748. (G. R.) B.A. Clar. 1728-9, M.A. 1732. Will dat. 16 May, 1744, prob. 31 Aug. 1748. (T.)

31. M. 4 Aug. 1748 Wm. H. of Swindon, Wilts, gent. ; d. 1 Oct. 1749. (G. R. and G. I.)

32. D. before 12 Jan. 1753 ; will dated 20 Aug. 1752. The estate was left to him “a foot soldier," after the death of Judith Horne, by Thos. Ferrar his cousin. He lived at St. Martin's in the Fields. His wife d. before 12 Jan. 1762. (T.)

33. Brazier of Islington, d. 19 Nov. 1779 ; his wife was alive 6 Feb. 1783. (T.)

34. Ba. 10 May 1753, bu. 28 May 1753. (G. R.)

35. D. 17 Aug. 1769, aged 74 (H. I.) Attorney at Huntingdon.

36. Dr. of Rt. B. M.A. d. 10 Oct. 1759, an. ät. 62, conjugii 31. (H. I.)

37. Bu. 2 Mar. 1696-7. (H. R.)
38. Bu. 7 May 1700. (H. R.)
39. Ba. 30 May 1700. (B.)
40. Ba. 21 Jan. 1701. (B.)

41. Ba. 30 Dec. 1703, d. Sept. 1778; 2nd wife Currier; 3rd Caryer; 4th Barnes, by whom he had a son John Alexander, who had issue William, Henry, and Samuel; the last was living at Thrapston in 1833. (B.) 42.

M. Castel Sherard Esq., 16 June 1729. (H. R.) 43. B. 15 Oct., ba. Nov. 1729. (H. R.) d. 1805, left legacies to Mrs. Bowles and Mrs. Clyde, drs. of her uncle Ivory F.; and to John F. of Stamford St. Martin's. (B.)

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