Ancestors of Mandy Willard
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and Anne STOUGHTON (1632-1711)
Anne Stoughton married sometime before or about 1650. (They
were not my direct ancestors.)
Glyd may have been born about 1628 in
Brightling, Sussex. He was the son of
(c1590-1672). He died on 24 November 1658 and was buried at St. Mary's
was baptised on 8 January 1631/2 at the parish church of St. Mary in Worplesdon, Surrey. She was the
daughter of Anthony Stoughton and Agnes Pierce. Ann died
in 1711. She was the sister of Sir Nicholas Stoughton.
Richard Glyd and Anne
Stoughton had 8 known children:
John Glyd was born on 22 September 1650 in Bletchingley, Surrey.
He died on 22 November 1689. He was a Barrister of Grayes Inn,
London. He was also a M.P. for Bletchingley. John made a
will, by which he left his sisters Martha Drake and Ann Glyd
equal shares of property in Brightling, Sussex and Burwash, Sussex.
John was described as the only son and heir in his grandfather's will of
Elizabeth Glyd was born on 24 August 1651 and baptised on 31 August 1651 in Bletchingley.
She died aged 7 weeks in October 1651.
Anne Glyde was born on 8 October baptised on 9 October 1652 in Bletchingley.
She died aged 6 weeks in November 1652.
Richard Glyd was born on 26 October 1653 and baptised on 28 October
in Bletchingley. He died on 13 June 1662 "... about 12 at night,
being 8 years, 7 months and 3 weeks old".
Martha Glyd was born on 10 February 1654/5 and baptised on 16
February 1654/5 in Bletchingley.
She died in 1694 and was buried at St. Mary in Bletchingley.
Martha married Ralph Drake by licence on 16 August
1683 in Bletchingley. He was a gentleman of Bletchingley.
Ralph was born in 1645 in Reigate, Surrey and died in 1698.
Ralph and Martha had the following children:
Ann Drake was born on 12 June 1684 "... about 6 in the evening,
it being Thursday". She was baptised on 2 July 1682 in Bletchingley and died in March 1730. She married Edward Northey
on 6 January 1712. She was mentioned in the 1689 will of her Uncle
Martha Drake was born on 30 September 1686 "... about noon, it
being Thursday". She was baptised on 2 October 1686 in
She died on 2 February 1768. She was mentioned in the 1689 will of
her Uncle John Glyd. She married Mr. Griffith
sometime between 1721 and 1731, and she was a widow by 1731.
Ralph Drake was born on 10 November 1688 "... between 7 and 8 in
the morning, being Saturday". He was baptised on 13 November
1688 in Bletchingley. He died on 1 October 1731. He was
mentioned in the 1689 will of his Uncle John Glyd.
John Drake was born and baptised on 7 August 1690 in Bletchingley.
He died on 11 July 1745. He was a citizen and farrier of London.
John married Anne Hayes. She was baptised on 25 July 1693
in London and died on 30 March 1766.
John and Ann had the following children:
Ralph Drake was the eldest son and was under 21 in 1731.
He was born on 2 April 1724 and was also known as Reverend Ralph
Drake-Brockman, having taken the additional name of
Brockman by Act of Parliament in 1768. He graduated from St.
Johns, Oxford in 1742. In 1764 he was living at Beachborough
Park, Kent. Ralph died aged 57 years on 11 November 1781 at
Beachborough and was buried at Newington-next-Hythe. Probate of
his estate was granted on 22 December 1781.
Ralph married Caroline Brockman. She was born on 16 July
1726 and baptised on 24 July 1726 at St. Martin, Cheriton, Kent.
She was the daughter of Henry Brockman and Elizabeth
Randolph. She died aged 75 years on 23 November 1801 and was
buried on 2 December 1801 at Newington-next-Hythe. Probate of
her estate was granted on 18 February 1802. Ralph and Caroline
had 6 known children.
John Drake was under 21 in 1731.
Elizabeth Drake was baptised 28 June 1692 in Bletchingley.
She died on 30 March 1766. Elizabeth married Julius Deeds
on 11 April 1718. He was of Hythe in Kent. Julius was born
in 1692 and died in 1750.
Sarah Drake was baptised on 24 April 1694 in Bletchingley.
She died on 30 October 1739.
Lawrence Glyd was born on 2 March 1655/6 and baptised on 4 March
1655/6 in Bletchingley. He died
on 3 May 1659 "... about 9 at night, being 3 years, 2 months and 1 day
Elizabeth Glyd was born on 6 September 1657 and baptised on 10
September 1657 in Bletchingley.
She died on 7 November 1681 "... about 10 in the morning. She was 24
years 9 weeks lack a day old". Elizabeth was buried in St. Mary,
Anne Glyd was born on 7 October 1658 and baptised on 15 October
1658 in Bletchingley. She died on 24 December 1730 and was buried at
St. Nicholas in Newington-next-Hythe, Kent. She was
mentioned in her brother John's will of 1689, at which time she was
Ann married William Brockman, esq., on 22 December 1692 at Lambeth
was born on 21 August 1658 and baptised on 2 September 1648 at St.
Nicholas, Newington-next-Hythe. He was the son of James Brockman
and Lucy Young. William was admitted to the Middle Temple on
5 March 1673/4. He died aged 83 on 27 February 1741/2 and was buried
at St. Nicholas, Newington-next Hythe. Probate of his estate was
granted on 21 April 1742.
William and Ann had the following children:
William Brockman was born on 26 December 1693 in
Newington-next-Hythe and died on 5 September 1721.
James Brockman was born on 27 October 1696 in Newington-next-Hythe.
He died on 19 May 1767 and was buried at Newington-next-Hythe. He
resided at Beachborough Park and was said to be the "Last Male Heir of the
Brockmans". He left a will dated 14 March 1767 and proved on 6 June
1767 in London.
John Brockman was born about 1698 in Newington-next-Hythe. He
died unmarried in 1739. In 1724, John was living in London where he
was a merchant.
I am very
grateful to Hugh Drake Brockman for most of the data on this
kindly told me about the Day Book of Ann Glyd which is held in
the Brockman papers at the British Library.
Also see the
Sir William Brockman at Wikipedia.