The PEDIGREE of
Francis (3rd Baronet of Costessey) JERNINGHAM

     Born:  abt. 1650    Died:  1730


Male.

 Wife/Partner:       Anne BLOUNT
 Children:       George (5th Baronet of Costessey) JERNINGHAM   ;   John (4th B : m. Margaret Bedingfield)
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/-- John (of Somerleyton) JERNEGAN   +==&=> [ 255 ,sHG,RT,&]
/-- Edward (Sir; of Somerleyton) JERNEGAN
/  \-- Isobel CLIFTON   +==&=> [ 255 ,WHa,RvT,&]
/-- Henry (Sir; of Huntingfield & Wingfield) JERNINGHAM
/  \-- Mary SCROPE   +&&&> [ 255 ,nWHA,RTQ,&]
/-- Henry (of Cossey) JERNINGHAM  (? - 1619)
/  \-- Frances BAYNHAM   +==&=> [ 255 ,nWH,R,&]
/-- Henry (1st Baronet of COSTESSEY) JERNINGHAM
/  \-- Eleanor DACRE   +&&&> [ 255 ,Es,TX,&]
/-- John JERNINGHAM  (1598? - 1636)
/-- Robert (Sir; of Coughton) THROCKMORTON   +&&&> [ 255 ,E,TX,&]
/-- Thomas THROCKMORTON  (1533? - 1615)
/  \-- Murielle BERKELEY   +&&&> [ 255 ,N,TX,&]
\-- Eleanor THROCKMORTON  (? - by 1648)
/   \-- Mary (Margaret) WHORWOOD   +==&=> [ 255 ,eHG,&]
/-- Henry (2nd Baronet of Costessey) JERNINGHAM
/-- Edward MOORE
/-- Francis (Sir; of Fawley Park) MOORE  (1558 - 1621)
\-- Anne MOORE
/-- William TWITTY
/   \-- Ann TWITTY
- Francis (3rd Baronet of Costessey) JERNINGHAM
/-- Christopher (of High Meadow) HALL
/-- William (of High Meadow) HALL
/  \-- Joan HYETT
/-- Benedict (of Noke Manor) HALL
/-- Thomas (of Chalgrove) WINCHCOMBE
\-- Mary WINCHCOMBE
/   \-- Christian BRADSHAW
\-- Mary HALL  (? - 1653)
/-- Edward (Sir) WINTER
\-- Anne WINTER  (? - 1676)
/-- Edward (K.G.) SOMERSET   +&&&> [ 255 ,E,TX,&]
\-- Anne (Lady) SOMERSET
/-- Francis (II; K.G.) HASTINGS   +&&&> [ 255 ,E,TX,&]
\-- Elizabeth (Lady) HASTINGS  (1546 - 1621)
\-- Katherine (de la) POLE   +&&&> [ 255 ,E,TMX,&]
 


  His Great Grandchildren:       George William (7th Baronet of COSTESSEY) JERNINGHAM   ;   Charlotte Georgiana JERNINGHAM
 
  His 6-Great Grandchild:       Arthur FORBES (9th Earl of GRANARD)
 

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