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  • 'Elizabeth Cokayne1
  • F, #200357
  • Last Edited=14 Jul 2006
  • ' Elizabeth Cokayne is the daughter of Sir William Cokayne.1 She married Thomas Fanshawe, 1st Viscount Fanshawe of Dromore, son of Sir Henry Fanshawe and Elizabeth Smythe.
  • ' Her married name became Fanshawe.1
  • 'Child of Elizabeth Cokayne and Thomas Fanshawe, 1st Viscount Fanshawe of Dromore
    • 1.Mary Fanshawe+1 b. 7 Nov 1635, d. c Nov 1701
  • Citations
  • 1.[S15] George Edward Cokayne, editor, The Complete Baronetage, 5 volumes (no date (c. 1900); reprint, Gloucester, U.K.: Alan Sutton Publishing, 1983), volume III, page 286. Hereinafter cited as The Complete Baronetage.
  • http://thepeerage.com/p20036.htm#i200357
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  • 'Complete peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and ..., Volume 3 edited by George Edward Cokayne
  • http://books.google.com/books?id=k7IKAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA45&lpg=PA45&dq=John+Cokayne+1300&source=bl&ots=dbUY3Pggib&sig=nHyUyknnIqRMWDb4hlz1ZhNdSRU&hl=en&ei=NjGbTdDuIIyssAPLrpGFBA&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=3&ved=0CB8Q6AEwAjg8#v=onepage&q=COKAYNE&f=false
  • Pg. 163
  • 1. HENRY (CAREY), VISCOUNT ROCHFORD AND BARON HUNSDON, was, on 8 March 1527/8, cr. EARL OF DOVER, co. Kent. He was s. and H. of John, 3rd BARON HUSDON by Mary, da. of Leonard HYDE, of Hyde Hall and . . . . . He m., secondly, 6 July 1630, at St. Peter le Poor, London, Mary, widow of Sir William COKAYNE, sometime Lord Mayor of London, da. of Richard MORRIS, sometime Master of the Ironmongers' Company, London, by Maud, da. of John DABORNE of Guildford, Surrey. She, was bap. 10 May 1573, at St. Leonard's, Eastcheap, d. at Combe Nevill, in Kingston, co. Surrey, and was bur., from Cokayne house in old Brond street, London, 8 Jan. 1648/9, with her first husband in St. Paul's Cathedral; . . .
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  • ' 1. SIR THOMAS FANSILAWE, of Ware Park, Herts, s. and h. of Sir Henry F. of the same, by Elizabeth, da. of Thomas SMYTHE, of Ostenhanger, co. Kent, was b. about 1596; suc. his father, 12 March 1615/6; . . . . He m. secondly, 24 June 1629, at St. Peter le Poor, London, Elizabeth, sister of Charles, 1st VISCOUNT CULLEN [I.], da. of Sir William COKAYNE, of Rushton, co. Northampton, by Mary, da. of Richard MORRIS, sometime Master of the Ironmonger's Company, London. He was bur. 30 March 1665, at Ware, aged 69. Admon. 23 Jun 1667, 29 May 1671 and 12 May 1674. His widow, who was b. at Cokayne House, Old Broad street, and bap. 2 April 1609, at St. Peter le Poor afsd., was bur. 27 Feb 1667/8, at Ware (b) Her will dat. 25 July 1667, pr. 14 May 1663. (maybe 1683)
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  • 'A genealogical history of the dormant, abeyant, forfeited, and extinct ... By Sir Bernard Burke
  • http://books.google.com/books?id=K3MaAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA126&lpg=PA126&dq=John+Cokayne+1438&source=bl&ots=izysZdlBp_&sig=nWDwcfg4SUgr0BOEmEAUvKjdgvI&hl=en&ei=Z_2bTdy6GZHAsAPs1LGeBA&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=1&ved=0CBMQ6AEwADgU#v=onepage&q&f=false
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  • COCKAYNE -- VISCOUNT CULLEN.
  • By letters Patent, dated 11 August, 1642.
  • Lineage.
  • The Cockyns, Cockeyns, or Cockaynes were of importance in the co. of Derby soon after the Conquest, and were seated at Ashbourne, in that shire, where some magnificent monuments of the family still remain.
  • ROBERT COCKEYN, Esq., of Ashborne, living 1284 ( son of William Cockeyn, by Alice his wife, dau. of Hugh de Dalbury), by Elizabeth his wife, had two sons and three daus. The elder son,
    • WILLIAM COCKEYN, of Ashburne, in 1299, by Sarah, his wife, had issue, 1 JOHN, living at Ashburne, 1305, father of JOHN COCKAYNE, who, by Letitia his wife, was father of another JOHN COCKAYNE, a person of great distinction temp. EDWARD III. This last-named John Cockayne m. Cecilia Vernon, of the co. of Derby, and had two sons, viz.,
      • EDMUND, of whom presently.
      • John (Sir), of Bury Hatley, co. Bedford, ancestor of the family of COCKAYNE, OF COCKAYNE-HATLEY.
      • The elder son,
      • EDMUND COCKAINE, Esq., of Ashburne, m. Elizabeth, dau of Sir Richard de Herthull, of Pooley, co. Warwick, and had a son,
        • SIR JOHN COCKAINE, J.P., a commissioner of assay, M.P., who m. Isabel, dau. of Sir Hugh Shirley, ancestor of the Earl of Ferrers, and d. 1438, having had,
          • I. JOHN, who m. Anne, dau of Sir Richard Vernon, and was ancestor of the Cockaines, formerly of Ashburne, co. Derby.
          • II. WILLIAM, of whom presently.
          • III. Roger. IV. Reginald.
          • I. Ellen (or Alice), m. to Sir Ralph Shirley, Knt.
          • The 2nd son,
          • WILLIAM COCKAINE, was father of Thomas Cockaine, Esq. the father of Roger Cockaine, of Baddesley, co. Warwick, the father of WILLIAM COCKAINE, of London, skinner, and also merchant-adventurer in Muscovy, Spanish Portugal, and Eastland Companies, of which last he was a governor. This William m. Elizabeth, dau. of Roger Medcalfe, of Wensgale, and d. 18 November, 1599, leaving a son and heir,
            • SIR WILLIAM COCKAYNE, Knt., sheriff of London in 1609, and soon after an alderman of the same city. Upon the establishment made by King JAMES I. in the province of Ulster, in Ireland, anno 1612, a considerable tract of land was granted to the city of London, when about 300 artificers were despatched to commence and forward its plantation, of whom this William Cockayne was appointed first director and governor, and under his direction the city of Londonderry was founded, having obtained himself a considerable grant in the vicinity. He was knighted 8 June, 1616. In 1619, he served the office of lord mayor, and that year purchased the manor of Elmsthorpe, co. Leicester, from sir John Harrington. He m. Mary, dau. of Richard Morris, Esq., of London, by whom he had,
              • I. CHARLES, his successor.
              • II. William, d. s. p.
              • I. Mary, m. 22 April, 1620, to Charles Howard, 2nd Earl of Nottingham.
              • II. Anne, m. Sir Hatton Fermer, of Easton Neston, Northamptonshire, and was grandmother of William, created Lord Lempster, ancestor of George, Earl of Pomfret.
              • III. Martha, m. 1st, to John Ramsay, Earl of Holdernesse; and 2ndly, in February, 1625, to Montagu Bertie, 2nd Earl of Lindsey.
              • ' IV. Elizabeth, m. 1st to Thomas, Viscount Fanshawe; and 2ndly, to Sir Thomas Rich, Bart., of Sunning, co. Berks.
              • V. Abigail, m. to John Carey, Earl of Dover, by whom she had an only dau. Mary, m. to William Heveningham, Esq., of Heveningham, co. Suffolk.
              • VI. Jane, d. unm.
            • Sir William Cockayne d. 20 October, 1626, and was s. by his elder son,
              • CHARLES COCKAYNE., Esq., of Rushton, co. Northampton, who was elevated to the peerage of Ireland, 11 August, 1642, in the dignity of VISCOUNT CULLEN. His lordship m. Lady Mary O'Brien, dau. and co-heir of Henry, 5th Earl of Thomond, by whom he had a dau. Elizabeth, and a son his successor,
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