Continuation of the Family Pedigree of I'anson from the last
entry in K.s. Fol'o 192 in the College of Arms as further entered there
August 8th 1764 by Sir Thomas Bankes I'anson and Mr John I'anson
[transcribed and submitted by Robert Charnock, (and retranscibed
Children of Thomas I'anson and Dorothy
Children of Thomas I'anson and Mary Bankes
Rokeby Bryan, born Skellow Hall or Ashworth Park about 1698 and died there
about 10 weeks old.
Thomas, eldest surviving son born at Skellow
Hall in Coun. of York afterwards Sir Thomas I'anson, marr. 27.3.1723 at
Newington Butts in the Coun. of Surrey. He died at New Bounds aforesaid
Sunday 10.6.1764 and was buried in the chancel of Tunbridge church aet
63 y. He was appointed to succeed Joselin, Earl of Leicester in the office
of Gentleman Porter of the Tower of London by Patent under the Great Seal
of Great Britain. Dated the 22nd day of June in the 15th year of
George y'e 2nd by the name of Sir Thomas I'anson and also appointed by
Lord Cornwallis the said Lieut of the Tower Hamlets Liberty with y'e approbation
of the King, one of y'e Dep. Liets for the Tower Hamlets and Liberty's.
He marr. Mary Bankes, only surviving daughter
of John Bankes late of Kingston Hall in the County of Dorset Esq. deceased.
He was eldest son and heir of Sir John Bankes Attorney General to King
Cha's 1st and afterwards Lord Chief Justice of Common Pleas and afterwards
Lord Chief Justice of the Kings Bench. She was born at Kingston Hall
aforesaid 10.12.1693. Bapt in the parish of Winbourn [sic]
Dorset and now living Aug 1764 in the parish of St Margaret's Westminster.
Emma, eldest daughter born at Skellow Hall or Ashworth Park about the year
1699 and died at New Bounds af't about the year 1735 and was buried in
the chancel of Tunbridge Church.
Dorothy, second daughter born New Bounds afores'd 1705. Marr. John
Parry of Glamorganshire in Wales. He died in St Margarets parish
Westminster and was buried at . . . She is now living a widow without
William, third son born at New Bounds, died abroad in the West Indies without
issue about 1729.
Bryan, fourth son born at New Bounds was bred to the law. He marr.
. . . He is now living without issue aged 56 yrs.
Child of Rev Sir Thomas Bankes I'anson and
Mary, eldest daughter born in Avignon in France in Dec'r 1725 and died
there an infant 3 days old.
Rev Thomas Bankes, eldest son and heir.
Born at Montpelier in France 30.3.1724. Now Sir Thomas Bankes I'anson,
Rector of Corfe Castle in Dorsetshire. Prebend of the church at Wells
and late of University College Oxon. LLB. He married Mary
Hayter, eldest daughter of Edmund Hayter of Creech in the Isle of Purbeck
in the County of Dorset Esq., by Mary his second wife, only daughter of
Seth Jerny a Capt of a Man of War in the reign of Queen Anne . . . aged
45 yrs. She married at Kingston Chapel in the parish of Corfe Castle
Margaret, second daughter born at New Bounds
af'd 23.5.1727, marr. at Bidbabrough [sic] in Kent 14.9.1751 to
Annesley Esq. well known for his long contest for the title and estate
of the Earl of Anglesey by his second wife. He died at Greenwich
4.1.1760 and is buried at Lee in Kent. She is now living a widow
at St Margarets Westminster.
Dorothy, third daughter born at New Bounds 10.3.1728 and died 14.10.1763
in London, unmarried. Buried in the chancel of Tunbridge Church.
James, second son born 15.8.1730, died an infant and buried in the chancel
of Tunbridge Church.
Sophia, fourth daughter born 9.12.1731, died as an infant and buried in
the chancel of Tunbridge Church
John, third son born 1.9.1733 at New Bounds, bapt
at Tunbridge . . . bred to the Law. Now living in Channel Roe [sic]
in the parish of St Margaret's Westminster. He married Mary,
third daughter and co-heiress of John Fyler of London, merch't, by his
wife Mary, only daughter and heir of John Hobbs, of Stoke Gursey (sic)
in Somerset Esq. by Marg't his wife, who was second daughter and coheiress
of George Gray, of Kingston in Dorset Esq. They married at St George's
Hanover Square 6.3.1762 .
Henry, fourth son, born at New Bounds 25.10.1734, bapt at Tunbridge.
Now Commander of His Majesty's Cutter "The Mecklenburgh"
Children of James Annesley and Margaret
John Bankes, born at Corfe Castle 13.9.1759. Bapt 14.10. following.
Only son and heir apparent.
Child of John I'anson and Mary Fyler
Margaret Bankes, only surviving child born 7.4.1753 at New Bounds, bapt
Sophie Bankes, born 8.4.1756 af'd died 21.4.1757 at New Bounds and buried
in the chancel of Tunbridge Church.
Bankes, only son, born in the parish of St Margaret's Westminster 6.10.1757,
bapt there and died 4.11.1763 in the said parish. Buried at Lee in
Margaret, widow of James I'anson of Dover in Kent Esq. and daughter of
John Bazley a Jurat of Dover, marr. June 1764 at Dover.
Mary, only child born 2.2.1764 in Channel Row. Bapt there 6.3. following.
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