Robert TYRWHITT Knight [Parents] [scrapbook] 1, 2, 3, 4 was born 5, 6 in 1482 in of Flamborough, Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom. He died 7 on 4 Jul 1548 in Wrawby, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom. Robert married Maud TAILBOYS 8, 9, 10, 11, 12.
TYRWHITT, OF STALNFIELD.
29th June, 1611. 22nd Aug. 1760.
COLLIER, in his historical dictionary, says, “The Tyrwhitts are considerably ancient, as appears by their being high sheriffs of Lincolnshire 22 EDWARD IV. and of Yorkshire, 14 HENRY VI.” And Philips' describes them as “a family of great honour and antiquity in the county of Lincoln, descended from Robert Tirwhitt, an eminent lawyer in the reigns of Kings HENRY IV. and V. He was first called to the degree of a serjeant, and then constituted one of the justices of the court of Common Pleas, out of which court be was removed to the King's Bench.” Camden speaking of Kettleby, calls it, “The seat of the famous family of the Tirwhitts, knights, who now reside at Stanfield.”
SIR WILLIAM TYRWHITT, knt. of Ketilby, in the county of Lincoln, thrice sheriff of that county, viz. '22 EDWARD IV. 16 HENRY VII. and 8 HENRY VIII. m. Anne, daughter of Sir Robert Constable, knt. of Flamborough, in the county of York, and had issue, ROBERT, his heir.
Philip (Sir), knight banneret, living 23 HENRY
Agnes, m. to Thomas, Lord Burgh, K. G.
Elizabeth, m. to Sir William Skipwith, knt. of Ormesby, in Lincolnshire.
He d. in 1522, and was a. by his son, Sir ROBERT TYRWHITT, of Ketilby,whowas knighted when sheriff of Lincolnshire in 15 HENRY VIII. By his wife, Maud, daughter of Sir Robert Talboys, of Goulton, he had issue,
WILLIAM (Sir),his heir, ancestor of the TYRWHITTS of Ketilby and of Cameringham; of the late learned THOMAS TYRWHITT, A.M.; of Sir ThomasTyrwhitt, gentleman usher of the black rod, of Sir Thomas Tyrwhitt Jones, created a baro. net in 1808; and of the Tyrwhittu of Nantyr. (See BURKE'S Commoners, vol. i. p. 583.)
Robert (Sir) of Leighton Bromswould, one of the ecclesiastic commissioners for Lincolnshtre, temp. HENRY VIII. He had an only daughter and heir, CATHERINE, whom. Sir Henry D Arcy, knt. and died before her father.
Anne, m. to - Bolles, esq. of Hough.
Agnes, m. to William, son and heir of Sir William Hansard, knt.
Elisabeth, m. to William Monson, esq. of South Carleton.
Catherine, m. to John, son and heir of Sir Richard Thimelby, knt.
Margaret, m. to Matthew St. Paul, esq. of Snarford.
Maud, m. to George Portington, esq. of Sawcliff, in the county of Lincoln.
Sir Robert, who was grantee of Cameringham and Stainfteld, erected at the latter the mansion house which afterwards became the designation of the branch of which we are more immediately about to treat. He was vice admiral of England, and a knight banneret. His youngest son,
PHILIP Tyrwhitt, esq. who was seated at Bartonupon-Humber, in the county of Lincoln, so. Margaree. daughter and co-heir of Edward Barnaby, esq. and was a. by his son,
EDWARD TYRWHITT, esq. who settled himself at Stanfield, and marrying Anne, daughter of William Dallyson, esq. of Loughton, in Linco]nabire, and sister of Sir William ballyson, one of the judges of the court of King's Bench, had two sons, PHILIP (Sir), and Roger. The elder,
I.Sir PHILIP TYRWHITT, succeeded to the estate at Stainfield, and with his eldest son, Edward, waited upon King James I. at Belvoir Castle, when his majesty reposed there in his way from Scotland to take possession of the crown, and had the honour of knighthood conferred upon himself and his said son. He was afterwards created a BARONET 29th June, 1611. Sir Philip so. Martha, daughter of Sir Anthony Thorold, hot. of Marston, and dying 5th February, 1024, was a. by his son,
II. Sir EDWARD TYRWHITT, of Stanfield, knt. and hart. who m. first, Faith, daughter of Thomas, and sister and heir of Sir George St. Paul, hart. of Snarford, by whom he had issue,
PHILIP, his successor.
Martha, m. to Sir William Helwish, knt.
Mary, m. to Charles Pelham, esq. of Manton, in the county of Lincoln.
Elizabeth, m. to Gervase Elways, esq. of Gainsborough, second son of Sir Gervase Elways, knt, of Worlaby, in Lincolnshire.
He m. secondl'y, Elizabeth, daughter of George Chute, esq. of Bethersdea in Kent, and by her had another son, Edward, and two daughters, Mary and Anne. Sir Edward was s. by his eldest son,
III. Sir PHILIP Thyrwhitt. This gentleman was a great sufferer for his fidelity to King CHARLES 1. and paid £3488. 15s. composition for his estate to the sequestrators. He so. Anne, second daughter of Nicholas, Viscount Castletoo, and had issue,
Philip, his heir.
Edward, } d. s. p.
Nicholas, so. a daughter of Sir Thomas Grantham, knt. and had three sons, who all died without issue.
Faith, m. to George, eldest 'son of Sir George Heneage, knt. of Hainton, in Lincolnshire.
Frances, m. to Anthony Monson, esq. of Northrop, in Lincolnshire.
He d. about the year 1667, and was s. by his eldest son,
IV. Sir PHILIP TYRWHITT, who married Penelope, daughter of Sir Erasmus de Ia Fountain, knt. of Kirby Bellers, in the county of Lincoln, and had, out of twelve children, but one son and one daughter to reach maturity, namely,
JOHN, his heir.
-,_____m. to Sir Edward Southcot, knt, of Withain, He d. about 1668, and was s. by his son,
v. SIR John TYRWHITT, M. P. for the city of Lincoln, temp. GEORGE I. and GEORGE II. He m. first, Elizabeth, daughter and co-heir of Francis Philips, esq. of Kempton Park, Middlesex, by whom he had two surviving daughters, viz.
Penelope, rn to George Short, esq. of Keal, in Lincolnshire.
Aune, m. to Car Brackeubury, esq. and had a son, James Brackenbury.
He married secondly, Mary, daughter of Sir William Drake, knt. of Shardeloes, in Bucks, and by her -(who d. in 1738) had twelve children, of whom one son and four daughters survived to maturity, namely,
JOHN DR-LA FOUNTAIN, his heir.
Sarah, m. to Samuel Waddington, esq. and had a daughter, Margaretta Waddington, rn in 1776, to Marmaduke Cradock, esq. and bad, with four daughters, two sons, viz.
Charles Cradock, of the firm of Baldwin and Cradock, of London, booksellers and publishers.
He d. in November, 1741, and was s. by his son
VI. SIR JOHN-DR-LA FOUNTAIN TYRWHITT, M.P for
the city of Lincoln, who d. unm. 22nd August, 1760, when the BARONETCY EXPIRED. In 1776, his kinsman, Thomas Drake, esq. of Shardeloes, assumed the additional surname of TYRWHITT, upon inheriting the estates under the will of Sir John-de-la-Fountain Tyrwhitt (refer to BURKE'S Commoners, vol. I. page 580).
Arrns-Gu. three tyrwhitts, or lapwings, or.