Hook Genealogy

 


Other Notes On The English Family

Other Notes On The English Family

(1) Jone Hooke, dau. of Thomas Hooke and Jone Smarte, christened in Kensington Parish, Sept. 21, 1557.

(2) Jane Hooke, dwelling with William Hooke in Parish of St. Antholin, Oct. 6, 1563.

(3) Elizabeth Hooke, m. John Smythe, "Wyner" in Parish of St. Aldermary, London, Aug. 6, 1559.

(4) Marie Hooke, dau. of Roger Hooke, d. in London 1630.

(5) Thomas Hooke, of Covent Garden, "Cordwainer," m. Anne Wallis in 1655. He had a son, Francis, b. Oct. 28, 1656, and a dau., Anne, b. 1658.

(6) Robert Hooke was buried in Covent Garden, Jan. 4, 1689.

(7) Thomas Hooke, of St. Dustons in East London, "Corn factor," widower, age about 48, obtained license to marry Jane Dix, dau. of Humphrey Dix on Apr. 9, 1662.

(8) Thomas Hook, of Thames Ditton, County Surrey, "Lignator" gave permission for a license to be issued for the marriage of his dau. Elizabeth, to Anthony Duell, Dec. 16, 1623.

(9) Mary Hooke, widow of William Hooke of Walhamstowe, "Glazier," m. William Lawson, license dated Sept. 25, 1617.

(10) John Hooke, of Long Ditton, Surrey, m. Frances Harding, Nov. 30, 1635.

(11) Robert Hooke, m. Lady Judith Herne, in London, Sept. 3, 1683

(12) Stephen Hooke, of Walthumsto, County Essex, m. Joan Webb of same place, May 8, 1660.

(13) Stephen Hooke, of Greenwich, Kent, m. Joanna Mansfield of All Hallows, Barking, Sept. 28, 1710.

(14) Thomas Hooke, of Pancras, Middlesex, m. Anne Atkis, Sept. 16, 1736.

(15) Elizabeth, dau. of James and Sarah Hooks of London, b. Dec. 28, 1719-20.

(16) Roger Hooke, m. Elizabeth Wralings, Feb. 12-1615-16 at St. Saviors, Southwark.

(17) Armorial bearings indicate that the following families were kinsmen of the Bramshott family:

Sir William Hooke, Knight, who was Lord Mayor of London in 1674

John Hooke, who was minister of Freshwater, Isle of Wight. His son, Robert Hooke, b. 1635, d. 1703, was a distinguished inventor and mathematician. He invented several nautical instruments, wrote several books, taught mathematics in St. Gresham's College, and was a man of great ability. A stained glass window in St. Helens Church, London, is dedicated to his memory. He died with issue. (See Encyclopedia Britannica.)

(18) Samuel Hooke, of Barkford, Co. Beds., Gentleman; had a son, Robert Hooke, b. 1578, who m., 1605, Dorathie Hutchens, b. 1582, and had issue:

(1) Francis, b. 1607;
(2) Robert, b. 1609;
(3) Margaret, b. 1611;
(4) Dorathie, b. 1613;
(5) George, b. 1617;
(6) Samuel, b. 1622.

(19) Ambrose Hooke, was Vicar of Blakesley in 1630.

(20) Thomas Hooke, m. Frances Homan, Oct. 25, 1611/12, at St. Saviors, Southwark.

(21) Anne Hooke, dau. of Thomas Hooke, bart. of Tangier Park, Hants; given license to marry William Dyer, May 31, 1687.

 

 

 
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