Conqueror A4


  • Penelope Glynne, + 1771, Md., Sir William Earle Welby, 1st Bt. (1801), + 1815.
  • A1. William Earle Welby, Sir, 2nd Bt., M.P., * 1768, + 1852, Md. 1792, Wilhelmina Sprey, + 1847, d. of William Sprey, Governor of Barbados.





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    Conqueror A5


  • Lucy Glynne, * 1756, + 1814, Md., Maj. James Gordon.
  • A1. a son, + young.
  • A2. Lucy Wheler Gordon, * 1781, + 1866, Md. 1806, Richard Bateson, of Newlands, Wallasey, Cheshire, * 1770, + 1863.
    • B1. James Glynne Bateson, of Wallasey, Cheshire, * 1808, + 1866, Md. 1840, Anna Phillips, + 1908, d. of Rev. R. Phillips.
      • C1. Arthur William Bateson, * 1852.
      • C2. Herbert Glynne Bateson, * 1855.
      • C3. Constance Anne Bateson, Md. 1873, Capt. Thomas Sidney St.Clair Smith (later St.Clair, 1874), + 1899.
        • D1. James Sidney St.Clair (Egyptian State Railway), * 1874.
        • D2. Percy Raymond St.Clair, of Chicago, Ill, U.S.A., * 1880, +, Md. 1909, Virginia Corse-Hunt.
        • D3. Constance St.Clair.
        • D4. Adah Johnes St.Clair.
        • D5. Lilian St.Clair.
        • D6. Norah Gladys St.Clair.
      • C4. Amy Charlotte Bateson.
      • C5. Ethel Bateson.
    • B2. William Henry Bateson, Rev., D.D., * 1812, + 1881, Md. 1857, Anna Aikin, d. of James Aikin, of Liverpool.
      • C1. William Bateson, M.A., F.R.S., Prof. of Biology, Cambridge University, * 1861, + 1926, Md. 1896, Beatrice Durham, d. of Arthur Durham.
        • D1. John Bateson, * 1898.
        • D2. Martin Bateson, * 1899.
        • D3. Gregory Bateson, * 1904.
      • C2. Edward Bateson, of Zagazig, Egypt, * 1868, + unmarried.
      • C3. Margaret Bateson, womens’ rights activist, * 1860, + 1938, Md. 1901, William Emerton Heitland.
      • C4. Anna Bateson, of New Milton, Hampshire, + unmarried.
      • C5. Mary Bateson, * 1865, + 1906.
      • C6. Edith Bateson, artist, + unmarried.
    • B3. Frederick Septimus Bateson, * 1820, + 1900, Md. 1849, Eliza Frost, + 1909, d. of Thomas Frost.
      • C1. Gordon Bateson, of Church Stretton, Shropshire, * 1853, +, Md. 1888, Ellen Tindal Stevens, d. of John Stevens.
      • C2. Frederick Bateson, of Sandhurst, Gloucestershire, * 1858, +, Md. 1885, Agnes Ormerod, d. of Frederick William Ormerod.
        • D1. Glynne Bateson, * 1886.
        • D2. Dorothy Bateson.
      • C3. Alfred Bateson, of Hambledon, Henley, * 1860, +, Md. 1901, Helga Wilse, d. of Capt. Lauritz Marcus Wilse, Norwegian Army.
        • D1. Frederick Noel Wilse Bateson, * 1901.
        • D2. Richard Gordon Bateson, * 1903.
      • C4. Emily Bateson, Md. 1882, Robert Wood Williamson, s. of Prof. William Crawford Williamson.
  • A3. Mary Anne Gordon, + 1859, Md. 1817, William Chambres Chambres.
    • B1. William Chambres, of Wallasey Grange, Cheshire, * 1820, + 1893, Md. 1849, Louisa Mellis Maddock, + 1905, d. of Lt.Col. Maddock.
      • C1. Reginald Gordon Chambres, of Pentre, Kempsford, Fairford, Gloucestershire, * 1854, +, Md. 1881, May Barnard, d. of Markland Barnard, of Galley Dean, Essex.
        • D1. Gwendolen May Gordon Chambres.
      • C2. Algernon Dennal Chambres, of Hawarden, Cheshire, * 1856, +, Md. 1889, Annie Hassall, d. of Henry Burton Hassall.
        • D1. Madeline Chambres.
      • C3. Louisa Chambres, of Wern Cottage, Mochdre, Colwyn Bay, + unmarried.
      • C4. Florence Chambres, Md. 1896, John Wood, (See Below).
      • C5. Ethel Chambres, of Wern Cottage, Mochdre, Colwyn Bay, + unmarried.
      • C6. Blanche Chambres, of Boughton, Cheshire, Md. 1883, Alfred Shaw, of Hoole, Cheshire.
        • D1. Phyllis Shaw.
      • C7. Gwendolen Chambres, + 1935, Md. 1885, Maj. Edward Cazenove, of Cottesbrooke Cottage, Northampton, * 1856, + 1929, s. of Edward Cazenove, of Betchworth, Surrey.
        • D1. Ralph de Lérisson Cazenove, * 1892, + 1925, Md. 1921, Edith Moore Thomson, d. of William Archer Thomson, of New York, U.S.A.
          • E1. Edward de Lérisson Cazenove, Capt., of Eaton Manor, Grantham, Lincolnshire, * 1923, Md.1) 1947 (div. 1956), Grania Geraldine Kennedy, d. of Edward Robert Kennedy.
            • F1. Patrick Ralph de Lérisson Cazenove, * 1947.
            • F2. Nicola Louise Cazenove, * 1949.
          • Md.2) 1956, Patricia Kelsall, d. of John Kelsall, of Prestbury, Cheshire.
            • F3. Robert Edward de Lérisson Cazenove, * 1962.
            • F4. Peregrine George Cazenove, * 1963.
            • F5. Gwendoline Mary Cazenove, * 1960.
        • D2. Philip Henry de Lérisson Cazenove, Maj., * 1901, Md. 1942, Aurea Ethelwyn Allix, d. of Charles Israel Loraine Allix, of Swaffham Pior, Cambridgeshire.
          • E1. Henry de Lérisson Cazenove, * 1943.
          • E2. Richard Peter de Lérisson Cazenove, * 1944.
          • E3. Michael Philip de Lérisson Cazenove, * 1946, Md. 1974, Carolyn Anne Faulconer.
            • F1. James E. De Lérisson Cazenove, engaged 2005 to Luce Heise, d. of Roger Heise, of Bensheim, Germany.
            • F2. Annabelle S. Cazenove, engaged 2005 to James E.D. Shortridge.
          • E4. Anne Gwendolen Cazenove, * 1946.
    • B2. Philip Henry Chambres, of Llysmeirshion, * 1822, + 1909, Md.1) 1848, Mary Chambres, + 1860, d. of Rev. Robert Chambres Chambres.
      • C1. Henry Chambres Chambres, of Eastham, Cheshire, * 1849, +, Md. 1876, Maria Josephine Birley, d. of Thomas Langton Birley.
        • D1. Josephine Chambres.
        • D2. Maria Chambres.
      • C2. Robert Chambres Chambres, * 1851, + 1897, Md. 1879, Martha Ann Crump, d. of George Hamilton Crump, of Chorlton Hall, Cheshire.
        • D1. Robert Noel Chambres, * 1882.
        • D2. Philip Chambres, * 1885.
        • D3. John Hamilton Chambres, * 1887.
        • D4. Winifred Chambres.
        • D5. Harriet Gladys Chambres.
    • Md.2) 1862, Louisa Williams, d. of Richard Lloyd Williams, of Denbigh.
      • C3. Edward Lloyd Chambres, of Canada, * 1868, Md. 1897, Winifred Ellen Banner, d. of George Banner.
        • D1. Eileen Chambres, * 1903.
        • D2. Dorothea Grace Chambres, * 1907.
      • C4. Caryl Lloyd Chambres, of Carlisle, * 1871, +, Md. 1896, Madge Reading, d. of Francis Reading, of Rugby, Warwickshire.
        • D1. Mona Chambres, * 1896.
        • D2. Betty Glynne Chambres, * 1905.
        • D3. Gwendoline Maud Lloyd Chambres, * 1907.
      • C5. Hugh Lloyd Chambres, * 1874, +, Md. 1907, Susan Langford Brown, d. of Hercules E. Brown, of Barton Hall, Kingskerswell, Devon.
        • D1. Cora Langford Chambres, * 1909.
      • C6. Mary Chambres, + unmarried.
      • C7. Maud Chambres, of Great Saughall, Cheshire, Md. 1886, Thomas Edward Hassall, + 1899 drowned off Port Erin, Isle of Man.
        • D1. Lionel Hassall, + 1899 drowned with his father.
        • D2. Alexander Burton Hassall, * 1896, +, Md. 1928, Doris Mary Marsden.
          • E1. Robin Burton Hassall, * 1940, Md. 1971, Renee Caroline Manuela Van der Dussen.
            • F1. Justin Vincent Hassall, * 1972.
            • F2. Caspar Stephen Hassall, * 1973.
            • F3. Sylvain Randal Hassall, * 1975, + 1982.
            • F4. Damian Simeon Hassall, * 1982.
            • F5. John Andrew Dominic Hassall, * 1988.
            • F6. Maria Rosanna Hassall, * 1979.
          • E2. Jane Hassall, * 1932, Md. 1949, Charles Thomas Purvis Holland, + 2006.
            • F1. John Charles Michael Holland, * 1951.
            • F2. William Alexander Holland, * 1957.
            • F3. Susan Holland, * 1953.
            • F4. Catherine Ann Holland, * 1960.
    • B3. Charles Crewe Chambres, of Wallasey, Cheshire, * 1828, + 1866, Md. 1860, Lucy Bewley, d. of John Bewley.
      • C1. Austin Chambres, + unmarried.
      • C2. Gordon Crewe Chambres, Rev., M.A., * 1861, +, unmarried.
      • C3. Huldah Crewe Chambres.
    • B4. Lucy Chambres, * 1818, + 1871, Md. 1839, Charles Hughes Ingleby, * 1849.
      • C1. Charles Ingleby, + unmarried.
      • C2. Fanny Ingleby, * 1842, + 1893, Md. 1870, John Wood, of Bramerton Lodge, Botcherby, Carlisle (See Above).
        • D1. John Crewe Wood, * 1873.
        • D2. Florence Margaret Wood.
    • B5. Penelope Chambres.
    • B6. Emma Chambres, of Porthill, Shrewsbury, Shopshire, Md. 1849, Rev. Hugh George Robinson, Canon of York, + 1882.
      • C1. Hugh Malcolm Robinson, Deputy Chief Inspector of Factories, * 1857, +, Md. 1884, Annie Elizabeth Helen Christian, d. of Maj. Hugh Henry Christian.
        • D1. Hugh George Robinson, * 1886.
        • D2. Helen Gertrude Robinson.
        • D3. Annie Cloberry Robinson.
      • C2. William Christian Robinson, of New Zealand, * 1859, +, Md., Issue.
      • C3. Frederick Hampton Robinson, of Fredericksburg, Virginia, U.S.A., * 1864, +, Md. 1897, Elizabeth Taylor, * 1874, +, d. of Capt. Murray Lee Taylor.
        • D1. Frederick Hampton Robinson, of California, U.S.A., * 1903, + 1973.
        • D2. Murray F. Robinson, of South Africa, * 1915, + 1933.
        • D3. Butler Braine Thornton Robinson, of Washington, DC, U.S.A., * 1899, + 2003, Md., Lynn Winterdale Franklin, * 1888, + 1952.
          • E1. Lynn Winterdale Franklin, * 1936, + 1983.
          • E2. ? Franklin, Lt.Col., Md., ? Harbin.
          • E3. a daughter, Md., ? Guth.
          • E4. a daughter, Md.1), James Cropsey Macdonald, * 1924, + 1977; Md.2), ? Turk.
      • C4. Alfred Falkland Robinson, of Johannesburg, South Africa, * 1865, +, Md. 1895, Helena van Eysen.
        • D1. Hugh Falkland Robinson, * 1896.
      • C5. Emma Chambres Robinson, of Church Stretton, Shropshire, Md. 1882, Henry David Boyle.
        • D1. David Hugh Montgomerie Boyle, * 1883.
      • C6. Gertrude Robinson, * 1854, +, Md. 1882, Augustus Walter Francis Warde, of Ouray, Colorado, U.S.A.
        • D1. Gertrude Doris Catherine Warde, * 1892.
      • C7. Mary Jane Robinson.
      • C8. Edith Robinson.
      • C9. Charlotte Emily Robinson, * 1861, +, Md. 1894, Hugh Bovill, of Bovill, Idaho, U.S.A., * c. 1861, + c. 1932.
        • D1. Dorothy M. Bovill, * c. 1895.
        • D2. Gwendoline Bovill, * c. 1897.
    • B7. Mary Anne Chambres.
    • B8. Grace Chambres.





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