The Clutterbuck Book

The following extract is made available here in the interests of future generations of the family of Clutterbuck, and in the spirit of Witchell & Hudleston who, through much effort over many years nearly a century ago, recorded what was then known about our lineage. If only they had had the internet.

With modern technology to record and disseminate information, and to connect people over space and time, we hope to start a movement within the family to continue this record to the present day and into the future.

Hopefully, this community of effort and spirit will lead to a Gathering of the Family of Clutterbuck in Gloucestershire, England, in the year 2015 to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the birth of Thomas Clotterbooke of Leonard Stanley, from whom are descended numerous lines of Clutterbuck.


EXTRACT FROM AN ACCOUNT OF THE PRINCIPAL BRANCHES OF THE FAMILY OF CLUTTERBUCK

CHIEFLY BASED UPON THE HERALDS’ VISITATIONS, AND THE MANUSCRIPT COLLECTIONS OF THE REV. R. H. CLUTTERBUCK, F.S.A., THOMAS WILLIAM CATTELL, M. R.C. S., AND W. P. W. PHILLIMORE, M.A., B.C.L.


EDITED BY MARK EDWIN NORTHAM WITCHELL and CHRISTOPHE ROY HUDLESTON.

Prepare thyself to the search of their fathers

PRIVATELY PRINTED AND ISSUED TO THE SUBSCRIBERS BY JOHN BELLOWS. EASTGATE, GLOUCESTER 1924.

Contents

PREFACE, INTRODUCTION, THE ARMS, CLUTTERBUCK OF HINTON, BERKELEY, GLOS., AND WATFORD, HERTS.; BUCKETTS HILL; EXTRACTS FROM THE BERKELEY REGISTERS, ETC., CLUTTERBUCK OF KING STANLEY, MINCHINHAMPTON, AND HARDENHUISH, MILLEND, TRURO, AND BRISTOL STANLEY HOUSE AND LONDON, MILLEND, NASTEND, NUPEND, AND FRAMPTON,PECK STREET, CLOTTERBOOKE AND CLOTTERBOOKE-PATYN, OF HOLLAND, CORRESPONDENCE RELATIVE TO THE DUTCH CLOTTERBOOKES, CLUTTERBUCK OF EASTINGTON, ADELAIDE, AND GLOUCESTER,EASTINGTON, BIRMINGHAM AND LAPWORTH,STROUD, AND LONDON, SAUL, GLOUCESTER, AND HAVERFORDWEST, KING STANLEY AND LEONARD STANLEY, CHALPORD, STROUD, GLOUCESTER AND LLANELLY, GLOUCESTER, CIRENCESTER, EXTRACTS FROM CIRENCESTER REGISTER, ETC. CLUTTERBUCK OF EXETER,WELLS, PETITION OF FERDINANDO CLOTTTERBOOKE, EXTRACTS FROM PARISH REGISTERS AND BISHOPS’ TRANSCRIPTS, LONDON PARISH REGISTERS, WILLS, EXTRACTS FROM WILLS


Preface

IN editing “The Family of Clutterbuck,” from the MS. collections so laboriously compiled by the late Rev. R. H. Clutterbuck, Mr T. W. Cattell, and Mr W. P. W. Phillimore, the editors have received great assistance from the following members of the family, to whom they tender their grateful thanks :—Mr William Albert Clutterbuck, of Adelaide and Major Maurice Isacke Clutterbuck, of Birmingham, who have given very generous financial support; Mrs C. H. Oakes, of Alfreton, Mrs G. W. Clutterbuck, of London, Mrs T. M. Clutterbuck, of Aberlour, Miss E. A. Clutterbuck, of Gloucester, Mr Philip Roland Clutterbuck, of Brixton, Mr Ernest Charles Clutterbuck, of Harpenden, Capt. I. Rupert Clutterbuck, of Rickmansworth, Mr Edmund H. Clutterbuck, of Chippenham, Capt. Francis A. Clutterbuck, R.N., of Abingdon, Lieut. J. Ernest Clutterbuck, R.E., of East Molesey, Mr Walter C. Clutterbuck, of Haverfordwest, Mr Harry E. Clutterbuck, of Oxford, Mr John Clutterbuck, of Bucketts Hill, Capt. C. D. M. Blunt, of Banbury, and Mr William Clutterbuck Chambers, of Stroud, who have all taken considerable trouble in helping with the genealogy of their own branches.


The following clergymen have kindly assisted by searching the registers of their parishes:

Rev. B. G. Chandler, of St. Anne, Blackfriars, London, Rev. W.J. Clay, of Bisley, Rev. A. W. Cornwall, of Thornbury, the Very Rev, the Dean of Gloucester, Rev. T. Layng, of King Stanley, and Rev. G. T. A. Ward, of Eastington.

Much new matter is here printed for the first time, and the branches which appeared in Gloucestershire Notes and Queries have been entirely re-written, and brought as far as possible up-to-date, while many typographical errors which crept into them have been eliminated.

M.E.N. WITCHELL
C.R. HUDLESTON

UPPER BIRCHES,

STROUD,

29 January 1923.


Introduction


CLUTTERBUCK is a surname not only distinctive in form, but also especially characteristic of Gloucestershire, from which county indeed it seems probable that all English families of the name derive, even though they may be unable, in some cases, to trace their pedigree any long distance back. What the derivation or meaning of this surname may be has not yet been ascertained, but it seems probable that the race is Dutch in its origin, for so far the name has not been found in England earlier than the fifteenth century, whilst there are now in Holland families of this name, using the same spelling anciently followed in this country; moreover the same coat of arms is ascribed to the Dutch Cloterbokes, as is used, with differences of tincture, by the armigerous families of the name in Gloucestershire and elsewhere.

The name has been variously spelt, the earlier forms have” o” or “oo” in place of the modern “u” but it is very doubtful if the spellings of the name can be at all classified, or any significance attached to them. In this book, where there appeared any reason for doing so, the form found has been retained; but where there is no reason to the contrary the modern spelling has been employed. A family tradition, given in some of the printed pedigrees, asserts that the Clutterbucks came over from the Netherlands, in the sixteenth century, in consequence of the persecutions of the Duke of Alva, but this is clearly untrue, unless it may refer to some second immigration of persons of the name, from whom, however, none of the traced out families of Clutterbuck could have descended. Yet it is, of course, possible that this vague tradition may refer to some earlier forced exile, of which we are without record, which has been assigned to the later and better-known persecution.

Notwithstanding this, it is quite as likely that the settlement of the Clutterbucks in England was in truth due to commerce rather than to religious causes. Their ancient and long-continued association with the textile trades, which even continues to the present day.

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though the association is now but of the slightest, must suggest to us the idea that they may descend from some of those weavers from the Netherlands whose settlement in England was encouraged by English monarchs in the middle ages. From the wealth acquired by means of the cloth trade was mainly due the rise of certain branches of the family in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries into the ranks of the country families, such as the Clutterbucks of Eastington, Frampton and King Stanley.

Indeed, the energies of the Clutterbucks have been mostly directed towards commercial pursuits, in which the history of many of the branches show they have obtained substantial success.

It cannot, however, be too carefully borne in mind that the “mill” of the present day had no representative in the fifteenth, sixteenth, or seventeenth centuries. The clothing trade, as we are accustomed to speak of it, was the staple industry in many countries; but the separate branches were carried on by separate people, who, in very many cases, were occupied in their trade at the same time that they farmed their land. Thus there were weavers and broad weavers, fullers or tuckers, dyers, shearmen, and so on; and many families naturally sent some of their sons to occupy positions in the trade centring round the Cloth Halls in London. The “Cloth Mark” of the family, a very carefully guarded device and not infrequently mentioned in the bequests of the Clutterbucks was to be seen, before the restoration of King Stanley church, in painted glass in the tracery of a window in the aisle. It is also found on the doorway of a house anciently called Town’send, and now the residence of the Misses Denison Jones, and it is here reproduced.

There were in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries persons of the name settled in Gloucestershire to whom no position in any of the known pedigrees can with any certainty be assigned, although it is reasonable enough to surmise that they were related to one another. Dismissing from present consideration these various sporadic instances of the name, though it may be useful to place them on record below, it may be remarked that all the known families of Clutterbuck whose pedigrees have been to any extent traced out may

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be assigned to one or other of two groups, between which, though originating in parishes almost adjacent, and some branches of which are still settled in both those parishes, it is impossible, with the information available, to trace even the slightest connection. Nor indeed, is it likely that the link between these groups will ever be found, for the connection which doubtless existed probably lies hidden in that dark and obscure period of English history, the fifteenth century, during which the dynastic squabbles of York and Lancaster caused such unrest in the land.

There are two groups of Clutterbuck. First:—those of Berkeley, who were certainly settled in the parish as copyholders of the Castle of Berkeley about the middle of the fifteenth century. This family still exists at Berkeley, settled on a farm in the tithing of Hinton, not far from Sharpness, which it would seem has been in the continuous possession of the Clutterbucks for some three or four hundred years or even longer. This family, though one branch of it was summoned at the last visitation of Gloucestershire, was not of visitation rank, and indeed seems to have ignored the summons. From it sprang, in the early eighteenth century, an important branch which became armigerous, the Clutterbucks of Hertfordshire, one of whom was that Robert Clutterbuck who wrote the History of Hertfordshire. In that county the Clutterbucks still reside. Of this armigerous line of Clutterbuck, and that yeoman family which continues to dwell upon its ancient patrimony near Berkeley, particulars follow in these pages.

The other group is that associated chiefly with the contiguous parishes of King Stanley and Leonard Stanley, Eastington, and Frampton-on-Severn. This group has for its common ancestor a certain Thomas Clotterbooke of Leonard Stanley, from whom are descended numerous lines of Clutterbuck, particulars of which follow in these pages. From Richard Clutterbuck, who died in 1591, the eldest son of this Thomas, came several lines—of his first wife were the Clutterbucks of Ingatestone in Essex, now extinct, and the existing families of Hardenhuish in Wiltshire, and that of Newark Park in Gloucestershire. From his second wife descended the Clutterbucks of Eastington, extinct in the main line, the line of

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Newcastle-on-Tyne, now extinct, and the existing Cornish family to which belonged the distinguished physician, Dr. Henry Clutterbuck. From yet another younger son came the Clutterbucks of Stanley House, now represented by a junior and still existing line settled in London, and long connected with the Drapers’ Company. From the younger brothers of Richard Clutterbuck, of King Stanley, who died in 1591, came the extinct families of Clutterbuck of Frampton-on-Severn, and of Nupend in Eastington, and the yet existing family long settled at Peck Street in King Stanley.

Of the printed pedigrees of Clutterbuck those of the Heralds’ visitations of Gloucestershire are mere fragments, that of the Hertfordshire branch in Cussans’ history of the county is in error in the earlier generations in tracing that branch to King Stanley, while the account given of the Clutterbucks of Ozleworth, in some editions of Burke’s Landed Gentry has strangely mingled together three distinct lines of the family.* Much attention to the history of the family seems to have been given by Robert Clutterbuck of Watford, the well-known historian of Hertfordshire, and he printed in his history of the county several elaborate tables of different branches of Eastington, King Stanley and Frampton-on-Severn, etc., none of which were connected with the county, but it is remarkable that he gave no pedigree of his own branch which had settled in Hertfordshire.**

Edmund Clutterbuck of Islington, who died in 1797, made a collection of papers and notes on the history of the family in which he was much interested. These came into the possession of his great-grandson, the late Rev. Robert Hawley Clutterbuck, F.S.A., who after many years’ work among parish registers, in the Probate Registries and in the Public Record Office, was so fortunate as to obtain the co-operation of the late Mr Thomas William Cattell, a retired surgeon of King Stanley, who, although not related to the family, became greatly interested in the name, and spared neither time nor labour in collecting materials for a history of it.

* This is not the case in the recent edition of the Landed Gentry.

** History and Antiquities of the County Hertford, vol. iii. Pp. 300-2.

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Some years after the death of Mr Cattell in 1883, Mr Clutterbuck and Mr Phillimore compiled an outline history of some of the chief branches of the family, which appeared in instalments in the Gloucestershire Notes and Queries, and this was reprinted in “Collections Relating to the Family of Clutterbuck, Part I.” Owing to the death of Mr Clutterbuck in 1896, the second part of these Collections was not published and the instalments in the Gloucestershire Notes and Queries were discontinued.

Subsequently Mr W. P. W. Phillimore proposed to print in book form an account of the chief branches of the family, but that intention was frustrated by the Lamented death of Mr Phillimore in 1913. The MS. Collection was then sold to Mr Thos. M. Blagg, F.S.A., Editor of the British Record Society, from whom the editors purchased it in May, 1922.

It may be useful to give in this Introduction a list of those Clutterbucks in Gloucestershire who, three hundred years ago, were liable to military service, from which it will be seen that the Clutterbucks must have been relatively not less numerous than they are at the present day, and it will serve to give some idea of the difficulty there must always be in tracing a family in which the same christian names are constantly repeated.

It will be seen that in 1608 there were no less than eight John Clutterbucks in Gloucestershire, besides six who answered to the name of William. This list is taken from the Gloucestershire Muster Roll of 1608, compiled by the famous Gloucestershire antiquary, John Smyth of Nibley, who died in 1640.

It formed practically a list of the whole adult male population of the county at that date. It was printed for the first time in 1902, under the title of “Gloucestershire Men and Armour in 1608,” and contains the names of thirty-one Clutterbucks, arranged under the various parishes and hamlets in which they were resident.

The feudal character of the list is shown by the name of the lord of the manor being given under each place named. It may be noted

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that the number and letter following the names indicate the respective ages and heights of the various persons included.
Thus:
The figure 1 = a man, aged about 20.
2 = a man, aged about 40.
3 = a man, aged about 60.
The letter p = a pikeman, or one of the highest stature.
m = a musketeer, or a man of middle height.
ca=one fit to bear a caliver, of lesser height.
py=a pioneer, one of the lesser height.
tr =a trained soldier.

It will be seen that four Clutterbucks were pikemen of the tallest stature, five were of middle height, and fifteen below that stature; none were “ pyoneers.”

Of those whose occupations were stated, thirteen belonged to the clothing industry, being variously described as clothiers, i.e., manufacturers of cloth, weavers and broad weavers, nine were husbandmen, or as we should now say, farmers, one, the lord of the manor of Eastlecke Turville, was gentleman, another was yeoman, whilst another was described by the extinct term of “badger,” i.e., a dealer or small merchant.

WANESWELL, IN BERKELEY PARISH
George Clutterbooke, husbandman .. .. 2 m.
James Clutterbooke, husbandman .. .. 1 ca.

HALMER, IN BERKELEY PARISH
John Clutterbooke, weaver .. .. .. 2 ca.

HINETON IN BERKELEY PARISH
William Clutterbooke, husbandman .. .. .. 1 m.
John Clutterbooke, husbandman .. .. .. 1 p.
Thomas Clutterbooke, husbandman .. .. .. 1 p.
John Cloterbooke, husbandman .. .. .. 1 p. tr.
William Cloterbooke
sonne of the said John Cloterbooke .. .. 1 ca.
Samuell Cloterbooke, husbandman .. .. .. 2 m.
James Cloterbook, subsidy man, and Richard Smith, subsidy man, aforesaid, have betweene them one caliver, furnished

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SLIMBRIDGE AND HURST
John Cloterbooke, weaver .. .. .. .. 2 m.
Richard Cloterbooke, weaver .. .. .. ..
LEONARD STANLEY
John Cloterbooke, clothier, hath a corslet furnished .. 2 ca.
Will’m Cloterbooke, brodewever .. .. .. .. 1 ca.
Richard Cloterbooke, hath one musket, furnished .. 2 p. tr.
ESTINGTON AND ALKARTON
ALKARTON
Wiliiam Cloterbooke, hath a corslet furnished .. .. .. 2 ca.
Richard Cloterbooke, his sonne .. .. .. .. .. 1 ca.
[Then follows a list of ten men, “Servants to the said
William Cloterbooke.”]
Edward Cloterbooke, son of Michael .. .. .. 1 ca.
Michaell Cloterbooke and Michaell Bond, of Alkarton, have between them one musket furnished.
ESTINGTON
Will’m Cloterbooke, brodewever .. .. .. 1 ca.
Josias Cloterbooke, brodewever .. .. .. 1 ca.
Fabyan Cloterbooke, husbandman .. .. .. .. 2 ca.
Richard Cloterbooke and Fabyan Cloterbooke, of Estington have between them one corslet furnished.
KYNTON AND RANGERY, i.e., RANGEWORTHY
John Cloterbooke, husbandman .. .. .. 2 ca.
EASTLACH TURVYLE
Whereof William Blomers, Esq., and Thomas Cloterbooke, gent., are lords.
The said Thomas Cloterbooke, gent., hath one corslet furnished.
WOODCHESTER
Edward Cloterbooke, yeoman, hath one corslet furnished.
CHERRINGTON
John Clotterbooke, weaver .. .. .. .. 2 ca.

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KINGE STANLEY
Jasper Cloterbooke, clothier, hath one musket furnished
William Cloterbooke, clothier, sonne of Thomas 1 m.
[Two “servants to Thomas Cloterbooke, clothier” follow.]
Arthur Cloterbooke, clothier .. .. .. 2 ca. tr.
John Cloterbooke, badger .. .. .. .. 2 ca.
Tobyas Cloterbooke, unable in body, hath one corslet and one calyver furnished.

NOTE.—The greater part of this Introduction was written by the late W. P. W. Pbillimore, M.A., B.C.L


THE CLOTH MARK of the FAMILY.


To be inserted

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The Arms
The Arms will be found emblazoned in the Churches of Cirencester, Eastington, Frampton-on-Severn, King Stanley, Minchinhampton and Stroud in Gloucestershire, at Claverton in Somerset, and Bradford-on-Avon in Wiltshire.

At the Visitation of the County of Gloucester, taken by the heralds in 1623, the pedigree and arms of the family were entered, the latter being given as Azure a lion rampant argent, in chief three escallops argent, and for the crest A stag sejant gules, attired or, between two laurel branches proper.—Per Clarenceux Camden, 9 May, 1622.

Again in 1682, at the later Visitation of Gloucestershire, the Heralds summoned members of the family and the pedigree and arms were again taken. The arms were then given as Az. a lion rampt. & in chief three escallops A [rgent], and for crest A stag lodged G.[ules] attired 0 [r] between two branches of laurel proper.



A note, however, was added that “Mr. Clotterbooke produced these Arms, but must make better proof before they can be allowed.”

At the 1682 Visitation members of the Berkeley branch were also summoned, but they appeared to have completely ignored the heralds’ summons.

A grant of arms was obtained by a descendant of this branch in 1787, and from a recent search in the records at the College of Arms, and from papers in the possession of Mr Ernest Charles Clutterbuck, we are able to give extracts: -

“To all and singular to whom these presents may come Sir Isaac Heard, Knight Garter Principal King of Arms and Thomas Lock, Esq., Clarenceux King of Arms send Greeting. Whereas Thomas Clutterbuck of Watford in the County of Hertford, Esq., one of his Majesties Justices of the Peace for Middlesex hath represented …………. that he and his family

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have for a considerable time borne and used a coat of arms and crest, but on examining …………. not finding the same duly registered … requested his Grace’ Warrant ………
for assigning the said armorial bearings to be borne by his descendants and those of his father, Thomas Clutterbuck deceased, know ye therefore that we the said Garter and Clarenceux grant and assign to the said Thomas Clutterbuck:
the arms following: -

Azure a Lion rampant Ermine, in chief three Escallops or, and for a crest—on a wreath of the colours A buck sejant proper armed gold collared blue between two sprigs of laurel vert. In witness whereof we …………. this 21st day of April ……………….. in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty-seven.”

These arms and crests have been borne with varying tinctures by all branches, but the Clutterbucks of Lypiatt are said to bear for crest, out of a ducal coronet a hand holding a rose, slipped and leaved, all proper.

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Tree - Hinton, etc to be inserted

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Clutterbuck, of Hinton, in the Parish of Berkley, Co. Glos., of Watford, Harpenden, and Rickmansworth,
Co. Herts.


THE registers of Berkeley are most imperfect, and the absence of wills in many cases, and the few monumental inscriptions, cause considerable difficulty in compiling a pedigree of this and the following line.
That the family has long been settled at Berkeley, and in the adjoining hamlets, there can be no doubt.
The Ministers’ Accounts for Berkeley,1 transcribed by the late W. P. W. Phillimore, contain many references to members of the family. Under Hinton, 1534/5, Johannis Cloterbuk, and Thome Cloterbuk, and under Ham Katerine Cloterbok, and William Cloturboke (4 Henry 8) under Breadstone are found.
We give the following as an example:
“Thomas Cloterbuk and Thomas Byrkynge hold a fishery, called Oldmore for their lives (court held 10 July, 2 Hen. vi. 1423-4). Rent of viijd. paid by Robert Cloterbuk and William his brother for a “stag” called Noleshasel leased to them for their lives by court roll xiiii, Henry vii., 1498-9.”
It is not, however, possible, despite these Ministers’ Accounts which prove this particular line to have been long settled at Berkeley, to commence the pedigree earlier than 1571, and it must therefore begin with

1. John Cloutterboucke, of Hinton; marr. at Berkeley, 26 Oct., 1571, Catherine Cloutterboucke, and had issue:

i. John Cloutterboucke, of whom next
ii. Joan, bap. at Berkeley, 20 March, 1572.
iii. Martha, bap. at Berkeley, 25 Jan., 1573.
iv. Alice, bap. at Berkeley, 27 Nov., 1577.

1 Under Coaley 1534/5 we note “Rici Cloterbuk”

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2. John Cloutterboucke, of Hinton, bap. at Berkeley, 15 April, 1575; bur. there 21 March, 1625. ? marr. Fortune, who was bur. at Berkeley, 2 Aug. 1684. Issue:
i. James Clutterbuck, of Hinton, yeoman, bap. at Berkeley, 25 March 1608; bur. there 16 June, 1674.
ii. William Clutterbuck, of Hinton, bur. at Berkeley, 31 March, 1675; will proved at Gloucester, 1675.
iii. Thomas Clutterbuck, of Hinton, bur. at Berkeley, 31 March 1675.
iv. John Clutterbuck, of whom next.
v. Mary, bap. at Berkeley, 8 February, 1617, living 1678. ? marr. at Berkeley, 10 April, 1660, John Wither, of Newport.
vi. Fortune, bur. at Berkeley, 1 August. 1667.
vii. Joane, living 1678.

3. John Clutterbuck, of Hinton, yeoman, bap. at Berkeley, 13 September, 1612; burr. there in May, 1678, m.i.; will dated 8 May, 1678, proved at Gloucester, 1678. Marr. Elizabeth, dau. of John Smythe of Berkeley; she was bur. at Berkeley, 16 February, 1669.

John Clutterbuck and Elizabeth Smythe had issue:
i. Thomas Clutterbuck, bur. at Berkeley, 20 May, 1654.
ii. Thomas Clutterbuck, bap. at Berkeley, 5 August, 1657.
iii. John Clutterbuck, bap. at Berkeley, 8 January, 1666; bur. there 12 January, 1666.
iv. Thomas Clutterbuck, of whom next.

4. Thomas Clutterbuck, of Hinton, yeoman, bap. at Berkeley, 22 February, 1667; died 30 March, 1713; bur. there 2 April, 1713, aged 47; m.i. Admon. 1713. Marr. at Berkeley, 7 February, 1694, Edith, dau. of John Smythe, of Berkeley; she was bur. at Berkeley, 29 March, 1733, m.i. Admon. 1733.
Thomas Clutterbuck and Edith Smythe had issue:
i. John Clutterbuck, bap. at Berkeley, 29 January, 1695; bur. there 26 February, 1697, m.i.
ii. Thomas Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iii. Elizabeth, bap. at Berkeley, 31 December, 1697; died s.p.
iv. Mary, bap. at Berkeley, 23 November, 1702, marr, there 24 June, 1729, William Smyth, of Berkeley.
v. Edith, bap. at Berkeley, 6 October, 1710; bur. there 31 December, 1728. m.i.
vi. Esther, bap. at Berkeley, 17 April, 1713; bur. there 2 January, 1732, aged 19, m.i.
vii. Anna, marr. John Oldland, of Berkeley.
viii. Sarah, marr. Samuel Packer, of Berkeley, and had issue. Living 1787.

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5. Thomas Clutterbuck, of Watford, co. Herts., J.P. for co. Middlesex, bap. at Berkeley 6 January, 1707; died 23 December, 1792, aged 85; bur. at Watford, m.i.; will dated 8 October, 1788, codicil 6 May, 1791, another codicil 21 March, 1792; will and codicils proved 21 January, 1793. Marr. at Great Gaddesden, co. Herts., 14 April, 1744, Jemima, dau. of Thomas Meadows, of that place; she died 4 October, 1788; bur. at Watford, m.i.

Thomas Clutterbuck and Jemima Meadows had issue:
i. Thomas Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. William Clutterbuck, Midshipman R.N., lost at sea on burning of the” Prince George,” 13 April, 1758.
iii. Peter Clutterbuck, of Cookham, co. Berks., one of the Exons of H.M. Yeomen of the Guard; born 26 September, 1749, died 23 May, 1814; bur. in Lambeth Chapel. In the 2nd codicil to his father’s will (21 March, 1792) he is represented as being about to go to the “Coast of Africa.” He marr. at Great Stanmore, co. Middlesex, 12 May, 1777, Mary Macey, of that place.
iv. Jemima, marr. William Baldwin, and died 8 January, 1811, aged 59, bur. at Watford, m.i., leaving issue.
v. . . . a daughter, marr … Wood and left issue.
vi. Sarah.

6. Thomas Clutterbuck, of Watford, D.L. for Co. Herts., 28 October, 1777; Sheriff for co. Herts., 5 February, 1781; born 10 February, 1744; died 24 May, 1791, bur. at Watford, m.i. Marr. at Baldock, 19 April, 1770, Sarah, dau. of Robert Thurgood, of Baldock, co. Herts., Lord of the Manor of Hinxworth; she was born 27 June, 1749, baptized at Baldock 28 March, 1753, and died 22 March, 1788; bur. at Watford, m.i.
Thomas Clutterbuck and Sarah Thurgood had issue:
i. Robert Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Thomas Clutterbuck, of Bushey, Co. Herts, and of Nottingham Place. born at Watford, 30 July. 1774; died 20 January, 1837, bur. at Bushev. Marr. at St. Benet, Gracechurch, London, 4 April, 1801, Eleanor, only dau. of James and Eleanor Gurry; she died 15 October, 1811, aged 33; bur. at Bushey, m.i. Issue:
1. Thomas Clutterbuck, born 18 January, 1802; died 27 July, 1837.
2. James William Clutterbuck, born 1 August, 1804; died 7 January, 1866; bur. at Bushey; marr. at Rickmansworth, 14 January, 1829, Caroline F., dau. of Humphrey and Mary Bache, of Linsters, Rickmansworth.

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3. John Clutterbuck, born 17 April, 1808; died 9 April, 1811; bur. at Bushey, m.i.
4. Eleanor, born 16 April, 1803; marr. at Rickmansworth, 29 September, 1828, Richard Weaver Evans, of Eyton Hall, Leominster, D.L., J.P., who died 1881; she died 1833 leaving issue. (The eldest son, Rev. Richard Evans, marr. his second cousin, Julia Henrietta Clutterbuck, see post).
5. Jane Anne, born 25 August, 1805; marr. 14 April, 1831, William Capel, of Kite’s House, Herts, J.P. (eldest son of Rev, the Hon. William Robert Capel, M.A., 3rd son of the Right Hon. William Anne, 4th Earl of Essex); he was born 21 April, 1804, graduated B.A. at Merton Coll. Oxford, 1826, and died i6 April, 1876, s.p. She died 1871.
6. Anne, born 27 October, 1810: marr. at Marylebone, 1832, Rev. William John Crichton, and had issue.
iii. William Clutterbuck, born at Watford, 9 June, 1778; died 2 January, 1802, and bur. there, m.i.
iv. John Clutterbuck, born at Watford, 16 June, 1780; died 17 February, 1792, and bur. there, m.i.
v. Peter Clutterbuck, of whom hereafter.
vi. Sarah, born 30 January, 1771; died 12 March, 1771.
vii. Mary, born at Watford, 1773; marr, at Great Stanmore, 1 September, 1800, Charles Forbes, of Stanmore Hill, Jamaica, and died 1841.
viii. Sarah, born at Watford 15 January, 1776; died 28 June, 1804, and bur. there, m.i. Marr. at Aldenham, Herts, 5 September, 1800, Henry Graham, Captain, 3rd Dragoon Guards, who was killed in action at Waterloo, 18 June, 1815.
ix. Jemima, born at Watford, 4 March, 1777; died at Cheltenham, 14 May, 1860.
x. Anna, born at Watford, 22 February, 1783; marr. at Cheltenham, 10 December, 1817, as his second wife, Robert Hayward Lucas, M.D., and died April, 1838.
xi. Elizabeth, born at Watford, 1 March, 1784; died 5 February, 1808; bur. at Watford, m.i.
xii. Louisa, born at Watford, 8 August, 1785; bur, at Cheltenham, 5 April, 1825.
xiii. Charlotte, born at Watford, 2 December, 1786; marr. J. Phepoe, Captain R.N.,; bur. at Dover.

7. Robert Clutterbuck, of Watford, F.S.A., D.L., for the co. of Herts., 3 October, 1825, J.P. for the co. of Herts. THE CELEBRATED ANTIQUARIAN AND AUTHOR OF The History and Antiquities of the County of Hertford; born and bap. at Watford, 1


1 During his intervals of leisure he laboriously collected materials for a new edition of Sir Henry Chauncy’s Historical Antiquities of Hertfordshire. He subsequently altered his intention and prepared an entirely new history of the county, under the title of The History and Antiquities of the County of Hcrtford, the first volume of which appeared in 1816, the second in 1821, and the third in 1828. The magnificent plates which illustrate these three volumes have rarely, if ever, been surpassed by any other similar production. Incidentally the work is said to have cost him a fortune.—See The Dictionary of National Biography vol.x.

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28 June, 1772; educated at Harrow and at Exeter Coll., Oxford, B.A., 12 November, 1794; died at Watford, 25 May, 1831, and bur. there; marr. at Cardiff, 10 January, 1798, Marianne, eldest dau. and co-heiress of Colonel James Capper, 1 D.L., of H.E.I. Company’s Bengal Artillery, of Cathays, co. Glamorgan. She died at St. Leonards-on-Sea, 4 January, 1856, and was bur. at Watford.
Robert Clutterbuck and Marianne Capper had issue:
i. Robert Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. James Charles Clutterbuck, of whom hereafter.
iii. Marianne, born at Cardiff, 25 March, 1800; died at St. Leonards-on-Sea, 17 September, 1872 and was bur. there.

8. Robert Clutterbuck, of Watford House, Herts., until 1868, when he sold it, and went to reside at 8 Great Cumberland Place, London; J.P. for the county of Herts., and the liberty of St. Albans; D.L. for the county of Herts., 29 Jan. 1867; born at Cardiff, 17 October, 1798; educated at Harrow (Head of the school, 1817,) and at Exeter Coll., Oxford, B.A., 24 May, 1821; called to the bar; died 15 September, 1879; bur. at Watford. He marr. at St. Mary’s, Southampton, 28 September, 1828, Elizabeth Anne, youngest dau. of Henry and Sophia Hulton, of Bevis Mount, Southampton; she died at Brighton 15 November, 1851, aged 42.
Robert Clutterbuck and Elizabeth Anne Hulton had issue:
i. Robert Henry Clutterbuck, born 17 November, 1829; died 24 May, 1849, s.p.; bur. at Watford.
ii. James Hulton Clutterbuck, Ensign 63rd Regt., educated at Harrow and gazetted to an ensigncy, 15 July, 1853; born 28 April, 1835; killed in action at Inkerman, 5 November, I8542.
iii. George Watlington Clutterbuck, born 3 August, 1836; Captain 63rd Regt.; died at Milan, of typhoid fever, 26 February, 1867, and bur. there.
iv. Thomas St. Quintin Clutterbuck, Lieut.-Col. 14th Bengal Native Infantry; born at Twyford House, Hants., 5 June, 1839; died 19 September, 1910; he marr., 1877 Ellen A. ---, dau. of Col. Morgan, 32nd P.P.N.Inf., and by her (who died 28 September, 1920) had issue:
1. Dorothy, born 1877
Arthur Clutterbuck, of whom next.

1 Freeman of Cardiff, 29 September. 1733; DL. 29 October 1803, and the author of several books on meteorology.

2 He was present at Balaclava, 25 October, 1854, and carried the Queen’s Colour of the 63rd Regt. at Inkerman. A letter from Private G. Evans, of the 63rd, a native of Watford, was published in The Times of 28 November, 1854, and has the following : “ In the thick of it fell poor Mr. Clutterbuck, who was carrying the Queen’s Colour and cheering the men on. I think that the last words he said, were ‘Come on 63rd' when he received a shot right through the neck and died instantly. I never saw a braver man than him in the field that day. He fought and died bravely with the Queen’s Colour of the 63rd Regiment in his hand.”

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vi. Sophia Marianne, born 13 October, 1830.
vii. Elizabeth Mary, born 20 May, 1833; died 23 September, 1909; marr, at Watford, 25 March, 1858, Richard Benyon, of Englefield House, Berks., M.P., D.L., J.P., and by him (who was born 17 November, 1811, and died 26 July, 1897), had issue.
viii. Marianne Emily, born 18 December, 1837, marr. 28 August, 1862, William George Mount, M.A., M.P., D.L., J.P., of Wasing Place, Reading, and had issue.
ix. Julia Henrietta, born at Twyford House, Hants, 26 July, 1840; died 3 April, 1917; marr. at St. Mary’s, Bryanston Square, 13 July, 1876, her second cousin, Rev. Richard Evans, J.P., Rector of West Stow, Suffolk, and afterwards of Eyton Hall, Leominster, and had issue.
x. Alice Rose, born 30 September, 1847; died 4 July, 1905; marr. 27 April, 1872, William Henry Collingwood Selby, Capt. R.N., who was killed near Scutari, Albania, 20 February, 1882, leaving issue.

9. Arthur Clutterbuck, clerk in holy orders, born at St. Leonards-on-Sea, 3 April, 1842 educ. Harrow; Exeter Coll., B.A., 1864; M.A., 1868; Curate of Gt. Yarmouth, 1866; St. Giles, Reading, 1868; Rector of Englefield, Berks, 1869-81; Vicar of Woolley, Yorks, 1882-6; Rector of Hinxworth, Herts, 1886- 1907; died 20 July, 1907; bur. at Hinxworth. He marr. at St. Giles, Reading, 12 August, 1869, Gertrude Georgiana Sarah, dau. of Rev. Thomas Vincent Fosbery, vicar of St. Giles, Reading.

Arthur Clutterbuck and Gertrude Georgiana Sarah Fosbery had issue:

i. Robert William Clutterbuck, born at Englefield 4 August, 1872; died at West Creek, Colorado, U.S.A., 18 October, 1908, s.p.
ii. Arthur Vincent Clutterbuck, born at Englefield, 23 January, 1876; Major 1st Batt. Essex Regt., died at Felixstowe, 31 October, 1916. s.p.
m. Ernest Charles Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iv. Cecil Hulton Clutterbuck, born at Hertingfordbury, Herts., 21 October, 1881; Bt. Lieut.-Col. 125th Napier’s Rifles, Indian Army. Marr. Marion Edith, 2nd dau. of Walter Grover, of Hemel Hempstead, Herts., and has issue:
1. Felicity, born 24 August, 1921.
v. Gertrude Elisabeth, born at Englefield, to June, 1870; died at Harpenden, 31 July, 1912.
vi. Julia Emily, A.R.E., born at Englefield, 4 May, 1871; marr. at Harpenden, 4 September, 1917, John Alsop, R.B.A.
vii. Edith Georgiana, born at Englefield, 16 July, 1873; marr. at Harpenden, 27 April, 1911, Charles Thomas Lindsell, J.P., of Turvey, Beds., and has issue
viii. Constance Alathea, born at Woolley, Yorks., 19 November, 1883.

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10. Ernest Charles Clutterbuck, of Manland Beacon, Harpenden, Herts., Mining Engineer, served in Great War; born at Englefield, 10 July, 1879; marr. at Harpenden, 8 June, 1915, Beatrice Cornelia, 2nd dau. of Richard Lydekker, B.A., F.R.S., F.G.S., F.Z.S., J.P., of Harpenden Lodge, Herts, by his wife, Lucy Marianne, eldest dau. of Canon 0. W. Davys.
Ernest Charles Clutterbuck and Beatrice Cornelia Lydekker have issue:

i. Robert Gerard Clutterbuck, born at Harpenden, 24 October, 1919.
ii. Cornelia Marianne, born at Harpenden, 27 July, 1916.

We now revert to
11. James Charles Clutterbuck, [son of Robert C. (7)], clerk in holy orders; born at Watford 11 July, 1801; educated at Harrow and at Exeter Co1l., Oxford, B.A., 23 February, 1826, and M.A. 6 December, 1827; Fellow of Exeter College; Vicar of Long Wittenham, co. Berks, 1829-1885; Rural Dean of Abingdon; an authority on water supply and agriculture and author of several pamphlets and books; died 8 May, 1885; marr. at Watford, 21 March, 1831, Louisa, 2nd dau. of Rev, the Hon. William Robert Capel, M.A., Vicar of Watford (3rd son of William Anne, 4th Earl of Essex), by Sarah, his wife, only dau. of Samuel Salter of Rickmansworth; she was born 27 April, 1808, and died 1 October, 1908.
James Charles Clutterbuck and Louisa Capel had issue:
i. Edward Coningham Clutterbuck, born at Watford, 12 November, 1836; bur. at Long Wittenham, 15 September, 1848.
ii James Henry Clutterbuck, Lieut., 5th Fusiliers, born 16 May, 1838; murdered at Birr, Ireland, 8 July, 1865; bur. at Long Wittenham.
iii. Francis Capper Clutterbuck, clerk in holy orders, born 20 August, 1842; Vicar of Culham, Abingdon; died at Long Wittenham, 1 December, 1910.
iv. William Robert Clutterbuck, of whom next.
v. Charles Capel Clutterbuck, born 12 May, 1848; died, 1898.
vi. Louisa Marianne, born 25 March, 1832; died 23 September, 1905; marr. 20 January, 1857, Rev. Robert Townsend Crawley, Rector of North Ockendon, Romford, co. Essex, and had issue; he died, 17 April, 1903.
vii. Emily Mary, born 13 May, 1833; died at Rugby and bur. there, 15 April, 1848.

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viii. Isabel, born 23 November, 1834; died 8 July, 1921; marr. at Long Wittenham, 4 November, 1875, John Samuel Bowles, J.P., D.L., of Milton Hill, Berks, and had issue.
ix. Ellen Hester, born 10 September, 1840; died, March, 1917. Marr. at Long Wittenham, 19 May, 1868, James George Edwards, of Broughton, Stockbridge, co. Herts., he died March, 1903, leaving issue.
x. Mary Lucy Jane, born 21 October, 1846; marr. at Long Wittenham, 20 February, 1878, John Henry Hamersley, Lt.-Col. 22nd Regt.; Major, 1st Batt. Cheshire Regt, 1881 and Chief Constable of Cheshire, 1881, of Tarporley, Cheshire and had issue.
xi. Emily Jemima, born, 1 October, 1850; died 191—; marr. at Long Wittenham, 23 August, 1877, Thomas Marriott Davenport, M.A., of Headingley Hill, Oxford; Clerk of the Peace for co. Oxford; he died, 1914, leaving issue.

12. William Robert Clutterbuck, of the Manor House, Long Wittenham, Rear-Admiral, R.N., J.P. for Berkshire, born at Watford, 29 December, 1844; entered Royal Navy, June, 1858; Lieutenant, 1867; Commander, 1880; served in Burmah Annexation War, 1885-6, commanding the naval forces at the capture of Minhla Forts, mentioned in despatches, India Medal, with Burma, 1885-7, clasp, promoted Captain, 1886; commanded H.M.S. “Caroline” in China, 1889-93, retired January, 1895 ; Rear-Admiral on retired list, August, 1900; died at Manor House, Long Wittenham, 22 July, 1923, bur. Long Wittenham; marr. at Marylebone Church, 30 June, 1875, Catherine Susan, eldest dau. of Charles J. Lambert, of Park Lane; she died March, 1915.


We now revert to

13. Peter Clutterbuck, [5th son of Thomas Clutterbuck (6)], of Watford, J.P., born at Watford, 15 February, 1782, died at Newhouse, Watford, 16 January, 1837, aged 54, bur. at Sarratt. Marr. 21 June, 1804, Sophia, daughter of Thomas Day, of Micklefield Green. Peter Clutterbuck and Sophia Day had issue:

i. Peter Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Thomas Clutterbuck, of whom hereafter.
iii. Henry Clutterbuck, clerk in holy orders, born 22 November, 1809; educ. Harrow; Scholar of Peterhouse, Cambridge, B.A., 1831, and MA., 1836;

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Vicar of Kempston, Beds., 1835; Vicar of Buckland Dinham, Somerset, 1846; Rural Dean of Frome, and Prebendary of Wells; Died 1884; Marr. at St. Pancras, Middlesex, 23 June, 1835, Louisa Jane, dau. of Charles Butler of Bruton Street, London; she died at Buckland Dinham, 26 September, 1848, aged 33. leaving issue:
Jeanette, marr. at Buckland Dinham. 16 April, 1863, Russell Duckworth, Barrister-at-law. of Murray Hill, near Frome, and The Cloisters, Bath, JP., BA., and had issue.
iv. Mary, born, 1806.
v. Sophia, born 27 August, 1811; died 15 May, 1833.

14. Peter Clutterbuck, of Redhall, Watford, born February, 1807 died at Brighton, 5 August, 1843, aged 36. Marr. 19 May, 1831, Caroline, daughter of William Poulton, of Maidenhead; she died at The Grove, Stanmore, 8 May, 1839, aged 29
Peter Clutterbuck and Caroline Poulton had issue:
i. Peter Clutterbuck, born at Little Sarratt Hall, Herts., 1 June, 1832; died August, 1843.
ii. Alexander Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iii. Tar-box Clutterbuck, 1 born 22 April, 18—; died young, bur. at Hove.
iv. Mary, born 16 January, 1834.
v. Emma, born 6 December, 1837.

15. Alexander Clutterbuck, of Red Hall, Watford, and Great Stanmore, Middlesex, born at Red Hall, Watford, 30 July, 1836; died at Fretherne, Glos., 24 July, 1890. Marr. at St. Barnabas, Kensington, 5 November, 1863, Adelaide, youngest dau. of Sir George Barrow, 2nd Bart., C.M.G., by Rosamond Hester Elizabeth, his wife, dau. of William Pennell; she died at Ramsgate, 22 February, 1921.
Alexander Clutterbuck and Adelaide Barrow had issue:
i. Peter Henry Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Ernest Clutterbuck, Engineer Student, “H.M.S. Marlborough,” born at Great Stanmore, 21 August, 1870; died in Haslar Hospital, Gosport, it December, 1885.
iii. Francis Alexander Clutterbuck, of White House, Shippon, Abingdon; Captain R.N.. D.S.O. (1910); born at Stowmarket, Suffolk, 26 January, 1878; served in South African War, 1899-19o1 (mentioned in despatches), and in Great War, 1914-17, in command of a Division of Destroyers of Patrol Flotillas, North Sea (mentioned in despatches). Marr. 11 May, 1909, his first cousin, Evelyn Marguerite, youngest dau. of Rev. George Staunton


1 When he was born his grandfather, according to family tradition, promised to leave him a fortune, on condition that be could be allowed to call him either Tin-Kettle or Tar-Box. The latter name was chosen.

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Barrow, M.A., Rector of Stowmarket, and Florence Mary, his wife, dau. of John Nicholles. Issue:
1. David Francis Clutterbuck, born at Plymouth, 1 April, 1914.
2. Peter Francis Clutterbuck, born at Grimsby, 5 June, 1916.
3. Bernard Anthony Francis Clutterbuck, born at White House, Shippon, 13 August, 1919.
4. Opal, born at Southsea, 17 October, 1912.
5. Evelyn Adelaide Mary Teresa, born at White House, Shippon, 7 August, 1921.
iv. Bernard Valentine Clutterbuck, 2nd Lieut. R.F.A., Trench Mortar Brigade, born at Stowmarket, 14 February, 1883; educ. at Beaumont College; Exhibitioner of Balliol College, Oxford; killed in action in France, 14 July, 1917, s.p.
v. Mabel Sophia, born at Great Stanmore, 18 August, 1864; a Nun in the Convent of the Assumption.
vi. Rosamond Mearyl, born at Great Stanmore, 23 August. 1865; a Sister in the Community of St. Mary the Virgin. Wantage, Berks.
vii. Eva, born at Great Stanmore, 27 October, 1866; a Sister in the Community of The Blessed Passion, Masasi, East Africa.
viii. Cecilia, born at Great Stanmore, 11 October, 1872; died 29 October, 1873.
ix. Agnes Mary, born at Great Stanmore, 25 July, 1874.
x. Mary Teresa, born at Violet Hill, Stowmarket, 8 July, 1881 ; died 28 May, 1888.
xi. Dorothy, born at Stowmarket, 3 March, 1882; died 5 March, 1882.

16. Peter Henry Clutterbuck, C.I.E. (1918), C.B.E. (1919), V.D. (1912), F.R.G.S., F.Z.S., F.E.S., Inspector General of Forests to the Government of India; born at Great Stanmore, 28 September, 1868; educ. at Clifton College (1878-80), and at Bloxham, Coopers Hill College; Indian Forest Service (Central Provinces), 1889; United Provinces, 1890; Deputy-Conservator of Forests, Eastern Circle, Upper Provinces, 1897; Conservator of Forests, Eastern Circle, U.P., 1913; Chief Conservator of Forests, Upper Provinces, 1915. Member of Upper Provinces Legislative Council, 1919-20; Kaisar-i-Hind Silver Medal, 1911. Served in Volunteer Forces, 1887-1918; Lt. Col. in command 8th Northern U.P. Horse of India Defence Force, 1917-18. Marr. at Chanda, India, 7 April, 1896, Winifred Rose, dau. of Alfred Barrow Wilson Marriott, District Superintendent of Police, Central Provinces, India.
Peter Henry Clutterbuck and Winifred Rose Marriott have issue:

i Peter Alexander Clutterbuck, M.C. (1918), of East Molesey, Surrey; Capt. Coldstream Guards, 1916-18; born at Gorakhpur, India, 27 March, 1897;

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educated at Malvern, and Pembroke Coll., Camb.; mentioned in despatches, 1918. Marr. at East Molesey, 9 June, 1921, Dorita, dau. of Francis Seymour Weldon, of East Molesey, and has had issue:
Peter Seymour Clutterbuck, born, at East Molesey, 12 August, 1923.
ii. Jack Ernest Clutterbuck, Lieut. RE.; born at Gorakhpur, India, 8 May, 1898.
iii. Vernon Follett Clutterbuck, born at Naini Tal, India, 2 April, 1909; died at St. Bede’s School, Eastbourne, 10 April, 1923.

We now revert to

17. Thomas Clutterbuck, [2nd son of Peter Clutterbuck (13)], of Micklefield Hall, Rickmansworth, Herts. (which he purchased in 1844), born at Watford, 19 June, 1808; died at Micklefield Hall, 1 March, 1898. Marr. at St. James, Paddington, 17 July, 1849, Mary Alicia Sophia, daughter of Lieut. Col. James Mill; she died 21 March, 1904.

Thomas Clutterbuck and Mary Alicia Sophia Mill had issue:
i. Thomas Meadows Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. James Clutterbuck, born 21 November, 1851, bap. at Sarratt; educ. Harrow; died, 24 March, 1866; bur. at Chorley Wood.
iii. Peter Clutterbuck, of Goldingtons, Rickmansworth, Herts. J.P. for the county of Herts.; Lord of the Manor of Sarratt; born 1 October, 1856; bap. at Sarratt; marr. at Pinner, Middlesex, 1 December, 1888, Fanny, dau. of William Blewitt, of Pinner, and has had issue:
1. Peter Clutterbuck, Lieut. East Yorkshire Regiment; born at Stanmore, 30 August, 1892; bap. there; killed in action in France, and reported missing, 20 October, 1914.
2. Thomas Clutterbuck, born at Stanmore, 1 August, 1898; bap. at Sarratt.
3. Joan Fan, born at Stanmore, 1 September, 1889, and bap. there;
marr. H.., H.., Barnes, of Croxley Green, Herts.
4. Hilda, born at Stanmore, 14 October, 1889, bap. there; died 23 May, 1916.
iv. Norman Clutterbuck, born 5 March, 1860, bap. at Sarratt; died 25 July, 1870. bur. at Chorley Wood
v. Edwin C1utterbuck, of Chester, born 7 May. 1865, bap. at Sarratt.
vi. Mary, born 30 March. 1553. bap at Saratt
vii. Florence, born 4 April, 1854, bar at Sarratt
viii. Ada Marguerita, born 8 November, 1862, bap. at Sarratt; died 11 April, 1866, bur, at Chorley Wood.
ix. Fanny, born 7 August, 1867, Bap. at Sarratt; died 22 February, 1868, bur. at Chorley Wood.

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18. Thomas Meadows Clutterbuck, of Micklefield Hall, Rickmansworth and Putteridge Bury, Luton, J .P. and D.L. for the county of Buckingham, Lord of the Manor of Great Stanmore; born at Redhall, Croxley Green, Herts., 10 June, 1850; educ. Harrow; died at Putteridge Bury, 21 October, 1919. Marr. at Claughton Chesne, August, 1883, Blanche Mary, dau. of James Darbyshire.

Thomas Meadows Clutterbuck and Blanche Mary Darbyshire had issue:
i. Thomas Rupert Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Aubrey Norman Meadows Clutterbuck, born 10 June, 1892; died 15 June, 1905.
iii. Hugh Meadows Clutterbuck, born 4 August, 1900; educated at Eton and University Coll., Oxford
iv. Viola Mary, born 6 July. 1886 marr. 24 July, 1912, Thurstan Holland-Hibbert, of Munden, Watford. and has issue.
v. Rosamond Blanche, born 14 May, 1899; died at Luton, 10 July, 1915.

19. Thomas Rupert Clutterbuck, of Micklefield Hall, Rickmansworth and Putteridge Bury, Luton, Captain 4th Coldstream Guards; born at Stanmore, 11 May, 1884, educated at Harrow and Oxford; marr. 12 Jan. 1911, Blanche Violet Florence, youngest dau. of Humphrey Pocklington-Senhouse, of Netherhall, Cumberland, and by her has issue:

i. Simon Meadows Clutterbuck, born 6 March, 1912.
ii. Giles William Clutterbuck, born 29 May, 1915.
iii. Jeremy Ruperl Humphrey Clutterbuck, born 21 August, 1917.
iv. Timothy Meadows Clutterbuck, born 18 April. 1922.

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Clutterbuck, of Bucketts Hill, in the Parish of Berkley,
Co. Gloucester.

Katherine Clotterbucke, widow, of Hinton, Berkeley, made her will 1 November, 1570 (proved at Gloucester, 22 February, I570/1, desiring “to be buried in the churchyard of Berkeley,” and mentioning her sister Ellen Craplyn, and her children:
i. Robert Clotterbooke, of whom next.
ii. Thomas Clotterbooke, of whom hereafter.
iii. Richard Clotterbooke, of Riddlesford, Berkeley, bur. at Berkeley, May, 1597. Will dated, 18 April, 39. Eliz., proved at Gloucester, 22 April, 1598. Marr. Isabell, who was living 1597.
iv. William Clotterbooke, of Berkeley, not mentioned in his mother’s will. Will proved at Gloucester, 1567. His wife, not mentioned by name, was then living. ? The Elinor Clutterbuck, widow, whose will was proved, 1570, mentioning her son William, and his son, Thomas.
v. John Clotterbooke, of Hinton. Will dated 12 December, 1570, proved at Gloucester, 24 January, 1570/1. Marr. Joane, who was living, 1570.
vi. Joan, marr. At Berklely 21 September, 1571, John Harte.

I. Robert Clotterbooke, of Hinton, bur. at Berkeley, 9 May, 1575; will dated 6 May, 1575, proved at Gloucester, 16 June, 1575. Marr. Margaret (her will proved at Gloucester, 24 May, 1621), and had issue:
i. James Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Samuel Clutterbook, of Hinton, not 21 in 1575. Will proved at Gloucester, 29 July, 1615.
iii. Frances, living 1570; not 21 in 1575.
iv. Catherine, living 1570; not 21 in 1575. ? Marr. at Berkeley, 25 November, 1574, Anthony Moodie.
v. Margaret, living 1570; not 21 in 1575.
vi. Martha, living 1570; not 21 in 1575.

II. James Clutterbuck, of Hinton, yeoman, bap. at Berkeley, 20 June, 15741, will dated 5 June, 1622, proved 12 October, 1622. Marr. Alice Walker, her will (nuncupative), declared 20 December, 1623, proved at Gloucester, 28 April, 1624. Issue:
i. William Clutterbuck, of whom next.

1 1578. August 30, James, son of Robert Cloutterbouck, bur. at Berkeley.

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ii. John Clutterbuck, of Hinton, living, 1641; ? bur. at Berkeley, 6 December, 1668; marr. ? Agnes, bur. at Berkeley, 31 December, 1625, and had issue:
1. John Clutterbuck.
2. Annes, living 1646; marr. John Smith, of Halmer.
iii. George Clutterbuck.
iv. Anne, living 1624; marr. Richard Everett, who was living 1624, and had issue.
v. Grace, bur. at Berkeley, 5 April, 1599.
vi. Julian, living 1623; marr. Gilman.


III. William Clutterbuck, of Bucketts Hill, yeoman, living 1593, will proved 5 April, 1623; marr. Martha, who was living 1623; ? buried at Berkeley, 14 July, 1672, and had issue:
i. James Clutterbuck, of Bristol, grocer, bap. at Berkeley, 12 August, 1620 will (nuncupative) declared 15 February, 1641, proved 20 June, 1646.
ii. Katherine, living 1623.
iii. Mary, bap. at Berkeley, 2 December, 1621.
iv. Jane, bap. at Berkeley, 17 February, 1641/2.

We now revert to

1. Thomas Clotterbooke, of Ham, in Berkeley parish [son of Katherine Clotterbooke, widow], will dated 31 January, 1572, proved at Gloucester, 1573, “to be buried in churchyard of Berkeley,” bur. at Berkeley, 28 December, 1572. By Elinor, his wife, he had issue:
2. John Clotterbooke, of Brookend, husbandman, will dated 28 January, 1607, proved at Gloucester, 24 April, 1609; bur. at Berkeley, 20 May, 1608. Marr. Jane, her will dated 10 April, 1618, proved at Gloucester, 10 July, 1618. Issue:
i. James Clotterbooke, of Hinton, will dated 9 December, 1633; proved at Gloucester, 31 July, 1634.
ii. William Clotterbooke, living 1633.
iii. George Clotterbooke, of whom next.
iv. Thomas Clotterbooke, ? dead in 1607; ? father of the following children, by Agnes (marr. at Berkeley, 20 April, 1596):
1. John, bap. at Berkeley, 2 February, 1597/8.
2. Robert, bur. at Berkeley, 19 April, 1605.
3. Charles, bap. at Berkeley, 11 May, 1606.
4. Grace, bap. at Berkeley, 29 May, 1597.
v. John Clotterbooke, ? bur. at Berkeley, as of Fishering, 15 May, 1672. Marr. and had issue: —Ursula, living 1633.

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vi. Ann, living 1607.
vii. Margaret, living 1618? marr. at Berkeley, 2 November, 1621, John Boulton.
viii. Edith, marr. Edward Saniger, living 1607, with issue.
ix. Jane, marr Spark, living 1607.

3. George Clotterbooke, of Fishering, bur. at Berkeley, 8 October, 1667. Marr. (1) at Berkeley, 2 May, 1605, Margaretta Moody. Editha, wife of George Clutterbooke, was but. at Berkeley, 23 June, 1612. He marr. 2ndly, Tacie, who was bur. at Berkeley, 19 February, 1672. Issue:

i. Richard Clutterbooke, of Berkeley, living 1633; ? bur. at Berkeley, 1687.
ii. John Clutterbooke, of whom next.
iii. James C1utterbooke, living 1633; bur. at Berkeley, 1681 or 1687.
iv. George Clutterbooke, living 1633.
v. Sarah, living 1633? bur. at Berkeley, March, 1690.
vi. Edith, bap. at Berkeley, 5 June, 1608; dead before 1664; marr.
… Smith.
vii. Mary, living 1633.
viii. Margaret, bap. at Berkeley, 18 April, 1620; living 1633.

4. John Clutterbooke, of Hinton, yeoman, bap. at Berkeley, 9 February, 1605/6 ; bur. there 17 January, 1664; will dated 10 January, 1664, proved 1665. Marr. Katherine Watts, of Ham, who marr. 2ndly at Berkeley, 24 June, 1667, John Lawrence, of Berkeley, then aged 35. Issue:

i. John Clotterbooke, of whom next.
ii. Hester, marr. at Berkeley, 22 April, 1667, John Smyth, of Berkeley.
iii. Mary, marr. at Berkeley, to April, 1662, … Oldham.

5. John Clutterbuck, of Bucketts Hill, yeoman, bur. at Berkeley, 1682. Will dated 15 September, 1681, proved at Gloucester 25 March, 1682. Marr. (1) at Berkeley, March, 1653, Eleanor Plumer, of Wanswell; she was bur. at Berkeley, April, 1666. He marr. 2ndly at Berkeley, 14 June, 1666, Sarah Smith, of Hinton; she was bur. at Berkeley, March, 1683; her will dated 15 March, 1683, proved at Gloucester, 9 June, 1684.
John Clutterbuck and Sarah Smith had issue:

i. John Clutterbuck, bap. at Berkeley, 2 December, 1669; bur. there, 17 June, 1671.
ii. John Clutterbuck, bap. at Berkeley, 6 October, 1671, of Bucketts Hill, yeoman. Will proved at Gloucester, 1694; bur. at Berkeley, to April, 1694,
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iii. Thomas Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iv. Sarah, bap. at Berkeley, 3 January, 1667; bur. there 2 November, 1669.
v. Sarah, bap. at Berkeley, 1 February, 1673; bur. there, 5 February, 1673/4.

6. Thomas Clutterbuck, of Bucketts Hill, yeoman, bap. at Berkeley, 2 September, 1675 bur. there 18 February, 1719; will dated 10 February, 1719, proved at Gloucester, 1719. By Hannah, his wife, who was bur. at Berkeley, 5 May, 1750, he had issue:

i. Thomas Clutterbuck, bap. at Berkeley, 1 March, 1698.
ii. William Clutterbuck, bap. at Berkeley, 17 September, 1701.


iii. James Clutterbuck, bap. at Berkeley, 9 January, 1704 bur. there 1 January,1714.
iv. Peter Clutterbuck, of whom next.
v. John Clutterbuck, bur. at Berkeley, 31 December, 1711.
vi. Anne, bap. at Berkeley, 3 September, 1705.
vii. Sarah, bap. at Berkeley, 6 August, 1707.
viii. Mary, bap. at Berkeley, 24 October, 1712,; marr. there 17 December, 1729, Thomas Nicholas.

7. Peter Clutterbuck, of Bucketts Hill, yeoman, bap. at Berkeley, 7 July, 1710, died 27 Jan., 1777, aged 66, buried at Berkeley, 31 January, 1777, m.i. Will dated 1765, proved 1780. By Sarah, his wife, bur. at Wotton-under-Edge, 16 January, 1770, he had issue:

i. John Clutterbuck, bap. at Berkeley, December, 1748; bur. there 19 November, 1764.
ii. William Clutterbuck, bap. at Wotton-under-Edge, 9 January, 1749; ? marr. there, 17 April, 1770, Mary Tanner.
iii. Thomas Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iv. Peter Clutterbuck, bap. at Berkeley, 13 April, 1751; bur. there, 26 December, 1771.
v. Elizabeth, bap. at Berkeley, 4 May, 1753; marr. there 5 March, 1781, Thomas Harris, of Wotton-under-Edge.
vi. Sarah, bap. at Berkeley, 15 November, 1758.

8. Thomas Clutterbuck, of Bucketts Hill, born about 1750; bur. at Berkeley, 31 July, 1796; will dated 6 July, 1796. By Mary, his wife, who was bur. at Berkeley, 3 October, 1802, will proved at Gloucester, 1803, he had issue:

i. Thomas Clutterbuck, bap. at Berkeley, 30 August, 1785; bur. there 29 September, 1785.
ii. John Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iii. Thomas Clutterbuck, of whom hereafter.
iv. Anne, bap. at Berkeley, 1793 marr. there 13 July, 1813, John Clutterbuck Hall, of Redcliffe, Bristol.

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9. John Clutterbuck, of Bucketts Hill, yeoman, bap. at Berkeley, 12 June, 1789; bur. there 1873. Marr. there, 14 October, 1818, Hester Rodway, of Berkeley.
John Clutterbuck and Hester Rodway had issue:

i. John Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Thomas Clutterbuck, born at Berkeley; marr. and had issue
1. John Clutterbuck.
2. Thomas Clutterbuck.
3. Frederick Clutterbuck.
4. Perry Clutterbuck, formerly of Dursley.
5. Watler Clutterbuck, of Putloe, Standish, farmer, ; marr … Hobbs.
6. William Leonard Hobbs Clutterbuck of Thornbury, died there 26 February, 1923. aged 61
7. Edmund Clutterbuck, of Wickwar.
8. Rosa, marr … Hobbs.
iii Frederick Clutterbuck, of whom hereafter.

10. John Clutterbuck, of Bucketts Hill, born at Sisons House, Berkeley, 1819; died 4 May, 1897. Marr. at Berkeley, 1859, Sophia Pearce.
John Clutterbuck and Sophia Pearce had issue:

i. John Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Sophia, born at Bucketts Hill, 15 January, 1861; marr. Francis Robinson, of Didmarton, Glos.
iii. Frances Mary, born at Bucketts Hill, 2 January, 1871; marr. Charles Henry Barber, of The Chestnuts, Berkeley Heath, Berkeley.

11. John Clutterbuck, of Bucketts Hill, born there 6 April, 1862; marr. at Yate, 13 April, 1898, Elizabeth, dau. of Joseph Lawrence, and by her has issue:

i. John C1utterbuck, born at Bucketts Hill, 18 January, 1899.
ii. Francis Joseph Clutterbuck, born at Bucketts Hill, 15 October, 1901.
iii. Lawrence Gilbert Clutterbuck, born at Bucketts Hill, 2 May, 1903.

We now revert to:
12. Frederick Clutterbuck, [3rd son of John Clutterbuck, (9)], born at Berkeley, 16 February, 1827; died at Fretherne, 24 March, 1888. Marr. at Berkeley, 26 April, 1860, Sarah, dau. of Stephen Harding, of Sanager Farm, Berkeley.

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Frederick Clutterbuck and Sarah Harding had issue:

i. Frederick John Stephen Clutterbuck, farmer and dealer, born at Berkeley, 16 March, 1861; died 6 June, 1918, s.p.
ii. Charles Leonard Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iii. Alfred Ellis Clutterbuck, born at Fretherne, 18 July, 1866; residing in Australia.
iv. Francis Clutterbuck, farmer, born at Fretherne, 23 October, 1868; marr. at Slad, Stroud, 10 February, 1904, Gertrude, dau. of James Dickinson, of Painswick, and has issue:
1. Arthur James Clutterbuck, born 15 December, 1904.
2. Lionel John Clutterbuck, born 13 March, 1911.
3. Ruby Kathleen, born 15 August, 1919.
v. Edmund Clutterbuck, farmer, born at Fretherne, 6 February, 1876; marr. in Wales, October, 1905, Isidora Garcia; she was born in South America, June, 1881, and died at Falfield, October, 1921, leaving issue:
1. William Hughes Clutterbuck, born 17 November, 1906.
2. Edmund Roy Clutterbuck, born February, 1913.

vi. William Augustin Clutterbuck, farmer, of the Rookery Farm, Berkeley, born at Fretherne 4 June, 1880; marr. at Berkeley, 18 April, 1906, Daisy Mabel, dau. of James King, of Berkeley, farmer, and has issue:
1. Frederick James Clutterbuck, born 9 September, 1909.
2. Mabel, born 29 January, 1907.
3. Margaret, born 6 May, 1911.
4. Mary, born 30 November, 1913.
vii. Ella Jane, born at Fretherne, 13 April, 1864; marr. there, John Herbert Gordon, of Lichfield and has had issue.
viii. Mary Blanche, born at Fretherne, 2 February, 1870; marr. there, 2 January, 1895, John George Green, of London.
ix. Sarah Elizabeth, born at Fretherne, 5 November, 1871; marr. there, Charles James Merrell, of Arlingham, farmer, and has issue.
x. Edith Sophia, born at Fretherne, 13 February, 1874; marr. at Berkeley, 29 April, 1903, Benjamin Warner Neale, of Brookend Farm, and has issue.

13. Charles Leonard Clutterbuck, born at Berkeley, 25 October, 1862, marr. at Bristol, a dau. of J. G. Green, of London, and has issue:

i. Cyril Clutterbuck.
ii. Sydney Clutterbuck.
iii. Gladys.
iv. Lucretia.

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We now revert to:

14. Thomas Clutterbuck [3rd son of Thomas Clutterbuck, (8)], bap. at Berkeley, 30 Dec. 1790; died 5 March, 1849, bur. at St. Paul’s, Bedminster. Marr. at Dundry, 1 October, 1821, Sarah Tossell, she died 30 October, 1881, aged 87, bur. at St. Paul’s, Bedminster.

Thomas Clutterbuck and Sarah Tossell had issue:

i. John Clutterbuck, born 1822.
ii. Thomas Clutterbuck, born at Bristol, 29 May, 1824; died 4 February, 1914; marr. at Weston-super-Mare, 29 May, 1866, Amelia Pascoe, she died. Issue
1. John Clutterbuck, born 20 March, 1870, marr. Dinah Coleman.
2. Tom Clutterbuck, born 3 December, 1871; marr.
3. James Clutterbuck, born 5 October, 1873; marr.
4. Campbell C1utterbuck, born 21 December, 1877 marr.
5. Emily, born 27 April, 1867.
6. Louie, born 17 October, 1868; marr.
iii. Joseph Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iv. William Clutterbuck, born at Bristol, 1 January, 1836; died 1 December,
1920; marr. (i) Elizabeth Anne, dau. of William Godfrey; she died May 1905. He marr. 2ndly, Mary Edwards. William Clutterbuck and Elizabeth Anne Godfrey had issue:
1. Frederick William Clutterbuck, born 1860.
2. Thomas George Clutterbuck, born 1866; died
3. Frank Clutterbuck, born, 1868.
4. Albert Edward Clutterbuck, born 1869.
5. Agnes Elizabeth, born 1862, marr. Hugh Clifford Leslie.
6. Louisa Tossell, born 1873; died 7 July, 1904.
7. Ellen Emis, born 1876.
v. Ann, born, 1826.
vi. Mary, died 17 February, 1871, aged 38.

15. Joseph Clutterbuck, tailor and draper, born at Bristol, 18 January, 1828; marr. at All Saints, Poplar, 24 October, 1852, Jane, dau. of James Norgrove, of Frenchay, Glos.; she died 6 December, 1893.

Joseph Clutterbuck and Jane Norgrove had issue:
i. William James Clutterbuck, boundary rider, trapper, gold prospector, journalist, etc., born at New Cross, London, 12 January, 1856; died 29 November, 1918; Marr. 21 June, 1890, Helena, eldest dau. of Lachlan

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Macqueen, of Goulburn, N.S.W., (a pioneer of gold prospectors, of gold digging, of Bendigo, Ballarat, Victoria). They had issue:
1. Lionel Norgrove Clutterbuck, born 21 April, 1891; died 1911, s.p.
2. Aubrey Vernon Clutterbuck, born 24 November, 1901, residing in Australia.
ii. Joseph Norgrove Clutterbuck, born at New Cross, London, 14 February, 1858; died 30 June, 1918; marr. and had issue:
1. Philip Zanonie Clutterbuck, born in Australia, 17 September, 1892; died 21 April, 1896.
2. Roy Clutterbuck, born 6 May, 1900.
3. Emily Fillide, born 31 December, 1889.
4. Viola Lucilla Louisa, born 21 November, 1894.
iii. Walter Alexander Clutterbuck, born at Woolwich, to April, 1867.
iv. Philip Roland Clutterbuck, of Brixton, civil servant at Somerset House, born at Woolwich, 12 November, 1868; marr. at the Unitarian Church, Upper Street, Islington, 1 June, 1905, Helen Griffiths.
v. Emily Leah, born at New Cross, London, 1 September, 1853; marr. 2 October, 1880, Fitz-William Wickham, of Bristol.
vi. Louisa Kate, born at Hoxton, London, 24 July, 1863.
vii. Lucilla Jennie, born at Pentonville, 29 December, 1864; marr. 15 August, 1885, Paul W ... Rands.

Extracts from the Berkeley Registers and Transcripts
1. 1571. 11 October. Willm Cloutterbouck burd.
2. 1571. 26 December. Johane Clutterboucke, the daughter of John Clutrboucke, bap.
3. 1572. 5 November. John Baker and Joane Cloutterboucke - married
4. 1572 16 November. John Cluttrboucke, the sonne of James Clutterboucke, bap.
5. 157{2/3}. 11 January. Joane Clutterboucke, ye daughter of Willm Cluttrboucke, bap.
6. 1572. 26 December. Joane Cloutterbouck, ye daughter of Willm Cloutterbouck, burd.
7. 1573. 27 January. John Clutterboucke, ye sonne of Willm Clutterboucke, bap.
8. 1574. 18 May. John Cloutterbouck, of Halmer, burd.
9. 1574. 13 December. Richard, sonne of James Cloutterboucke, burd.
10. 1574. 25 December. Richard Clouttrboucke, ye sonne of James Cloutrboucke, bap.
11. 1576. 20 March. George Clouttrboucke, ye sonne of Willm Cloutterboucke, bap.
12. 1576. 28 May. Richard Clouterboucke and Elysabeth Harrice – married
13. 1577. 23 May. James Cloutterbouck and Edith Everate – married
14. 1577. 4 July. George, sonne of Willm, Cloutterbouck, burd.
15. 1578. 28 September. Anne Cloutterbouck, ye daughterof James loutterboucke, bap.
16. 1598. 10 December. sic Clutterbuck, sonne to Daniel Clutterbuck, bap.
17. 1598. 26 February. Richard Clutterbuck, sonne of John Clutterbuck, bap.
18. 1598. 20 December. Steven Clutterbuk, son to Daniel Clutterbuck was burd.
19. 1599. 5 April. Grace Clutterbuck, daughter to James Clutterbuck was burd.
20. 1606. 7 May. Maria Clutterbook filia Joannis baptista.
21. 1620. 2 April. Mary, daughter of John Clutterbooke de Barkley, bap.
22. 1620. 9 April. George, the sonne of William Clutterbooke de Bredston, bap.
23. 1638. 8 April. John Clutterbuck and Mary Miles, both of Alkington – married
24. 1638. 14 June Anne, the wife of John Clutterbucke of Hallmer, burd.
25. 1638. 2 October Dorothy, the daughter of William of Wanswell, bap.
26. 1638. 11 December Thomas, the sonne of John Clutterbucke of Couldelme, bap.
27. 1662. 3 March or December. James , the sonne of John Clutterbooke, of Ham Fields, bap.
28. 1663. 18 April. Richard, the son of James Clutterbuck, of Halmer, bap.
29. 1663. 3 March. James, the son of John Clutterbuck, of Ham, Junr., bap.
30. 1663 20 May. Joane, daughter on John Clutterbuck, of Ham, bap.
31. 1663. 23 January. Richard, the son of James Clutterbuck of Halmer, burd.
32. 1666. 26 August. John, the son of John Clutterbuck, of Ham, bap.
33. 1666. 16 February. John, the son of James Clutterbuck, of Halmer, bap.
34. 1666. 4 May. John Clutterbuck and Pitient Powell, both of this parish, married [see 40].

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35. 1668. 2 May. Mary, daughter of John Clutterbuck, of Ham, burd.
36. 1670. 11 May. Judith, daughter of John Clutterbuck, of Ham, burd.
37. 1670 . 16 May. Elizabeth, wife of James Cluttervbuck, of Hallmer, burd.
38. 1673. 28 March. Sarah, wife of John Clutterbucke, of Ham, burd.
39. 1675. 5 November. Mary, wife of John Clutterbucke, of Ham, burd.
40. 1675 7 December. Patiente Clutterbuck, of Hallmore, widow, burd. [see 34 ]
41. 1680 16 February. William Clutterbuck, of Hinton, burd.
42. 1679 18 August. Robert, son of John Clutterbucke, bap.
43. 1680. December. Sarah, daughter of James Clutterbuck, burd.
44. 1681. Mary, daughter of John Clutterbuck and Hester, his wife, bap.
45. 1681. Elizabeth Clutterbook, widow, burd.
[The will of Elizabeth Clutterbuck, of Clapton, Berkeley, was proved at Gloucester 1681/2]
46. 1683. John Clutterbuck, burd.
47. 1689. 18 April. Joseph Knight and Abigail Cluterboock, both of the parish of Berkeley, married. [Slimbridge Parish Register].
48. 1690. September. Margaret, daughter of Margaret Cluterbuck, burd.
49. 1690. September. Robert, son of Margaret Clutterbuck, burd.
50. 1691. 12 January. Thomas Baker and Iddy Clutterbuck both of Halmore, married.
51. 1691. 17 July. John Clutterbuck, of Benington, burd.
[Will proved at Gloucester, 1692.]
52. 1719. 29 March. James Clutterbook and Mary Morgan married.
53. 1724. 13 September. James Clutterbook and Mary Baker, married.
54. 1730. 7 May. Thomas Clutterbuck, burd.



Extracts from St. Mary de Crypt, Gloucester.

1674. 29 November. James Clutterbuck, of Berkely and Elizabeth Merrett, married
NOTE -On 25 November, 1674, a marriage license was granted to James Clutterbuck, of Berkely, yeoman, widower, and Elizth. Merrett, of same, widow.
On 12 September, 1684, a license was granted to John Cooke, of Berkeley, 26, and Margaret Clutterbuck, of same, ap. 30

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Clutterbuck of King Stanley and Minchinhampton
Co. Gloucester, and of Hardenhuish Park, Chippenham

ALTHOUGH the Clutterbucks were probably settled in King Stanley, or the immediate neighbourhood, before the time of Thomas Clutterbuck, first named in this pedigree, it is needful to commence with him, as at present no clue to his parentage has been found:

1. I. Thomas Clotterbooke, of Leonard Stanley; will dated 6 November, 1551; proved at Gloucester, 10 March, 1551; desires to be bur. in the parish church of Leonard Stanley. As one of the earliest existing Clutterbuck wills, it seems well to give some extracts from it, while the enumeration of the household goods of a rich manufacturer cannot but interest his descendants more than three and a half centuries later:

“To Robert my £10 in ready-money, a standing-bedsted, a flock bed, a bolster, two blankets, two pillows, two fyne sheetes, two backerage sheets, two good canvas sheets, two fyne pillowe cases, one fyne towel, two coverletts, the hanging for a bed of serge, the seconde brass pott, the great brass pan, the other little brasse pan, four platters, four dishes, my service of pewter, two payres of tuckers shears, and after the death of his mother the cupboard that standetb in the parlour, and six silver spoons with maides, heades.”

Similar bequests of household goods and money to his various grandchildren follow.
His wife Agnes was executrix of his will, and her will, dated 26 February, 1572, was proved at Gloucester, 28 June, 1572 (see also Pat. Roll., 6 Edw. VI., p. 8), bur. at Leonard Stanley, 1572.
Thomas Clotterbooke and Agnes … had issue:

i. Richard Clotterbooke, of whom next.
ii. Robert Clotterbooke, of Leonard Stanley, will dated 25 October, 1562, proved at Gloucester, 25 June, 1563, by Jane, his widow, s.p.
iii. William Clotterbooke, of Eastington, of whom hereafter.
iv. John Clotterbooke, of Leonard Stanley, of whom hereafter.
v. Elizabeth.
vi. Margaret, living 1551.
vii. Catherine, bur. at King Stanley, 14 April, 1599; marr. William Selwyn, of King Stanley; bur. there, 8 October, 1586.

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2. II. Richard Clotterbooke,1 of King Stanley, clothier, died 4 February, 1591, and bur. there, 9 February, 1591, p.r., a monumental brass in the church there inscribed:

Here lyeth buried the bodies of Richard Clotterbook who deceased the 4 of February anno 1591 who had two wyfes Joan & E1izabeth and by the first had Isshew Thomas & Ferdinando and by the second had Issue Ann Joane Jasper William Gyles Richard Mary Kathern Jeremy & Jasper
John and Tobie

Admon. granted P.C.C., 18 April, 1592. Pat. Roll., 6 Edw. VI., p. 8; he mar. 1st, Joan, dau. of [Webb ?], by whom he had issue:

i. Thomas Clotterbucke, of whom next. (3.)
ii. Ferdinando Clootterbooke,2 of St. Martin, Outwich, London, citizen and draper, living 5 James I.; mar. at St. Leonards, Eastcheap, London, Bettrice Morris, of St. Leonards, Eastcheap, 12 November, 1582; ? bur. at Leonard Stanley, 7 February, 1588; had issue:
1. Ferdinando Cloterbooke, living 1615.
2. Henry Cloterbooke, living 1615.
3. Betleris, bur. 1617-8, at St. Andrew’s, Holborn, out of Robert Benson’s House, High Holborn.
4. Mary, living 5 James I.

Richard Clotterbooke marr. 2ndly Elizabeth, whose will dated 10 October 1604, as “a widowe, being aged and impotent in body,” was proved P.C.C., 11 May, 1605; she was bur. at King Stanley, 14 November, 1604.
Richard Clotterbooke and Elizabeth … had issue:

iii. Jasper Clutterbuck, dead before 1604, s.p.
iv. William Clutterbuck, of whom hereafter.
v. Giles Clutterbuck, living 1604.
vi. Richard Clutterbuck, living 1604.
vii. Jeremy Clutterbuck, bur. at King Stanley, 29July, 1604, s.p.
viii. Jasper Clutterbuck, of whom hereafter.

1 ? The Richard Clutterbuck of King Stanley, who on 21st June, 1588 contributed £25 towards the defence of England against the Spanish Armada. He built Stanley House, Townsend, and Eastington House.

2 See Petition on Page 154.

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ix. John Clutterbuck, of Leonard Stanley; bur. there 16 February, 1652, aged 82. Marr. (1) Jane . . who was bur. at Leonard Stanley, 2 December 1607, and had issue:
1. Giles Clutterbuck, of Salisbury, bap. at King Stanley, 26 April, 1602; will dated, 8 November, 1680, proved in London, 6 April, 1681. By his wife, who was bur. at Salisbury, he had issue:
(1) Richard Clutterbuck, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, London; died, s.p. Admon. granted to his sister, 1 December, 1685.
(2) Mary, married William Vyner, and was living, 1 December, 1685.
He marr. 2ndly at Leonard Stanley, 19 September, 1608, Anne, 2nd daughter of Anselm Sanford; she died 5 February, 1648/9, and was bur. at Leonard Stan1ey, 7 February, 1648/9.
x. Tobias Clutterbuck, of Magdalen Hall, Oxford, M.A., B.A., 1589-90; M.A., 1594 and MA at Cambridge. 1604; bur. at All Saints’ Oxford, 9 January, 1620; marr. at All Saints, Oxford, 2 January, 1605, Ellenor Burnet, and had issue:
Marie, bap. at St. Peter-in-the-East, Oxford, 28 August, 1608.
xi. Anne, marr. at King Stanley, 7 February, 1576, Richard Arunedell, and was living, 1604.
xii. Joane, marr. at King Stanley, 30 June, 1578, John Webb, and had issue; she was living 1604.
xiii. Mary, marr. at King Stanley, 21 October, 1588, John Hicke, and had issue; she was living 1604.
xiv. Katherine, marr. (1) at King Stanley, 3 June, 1588, William Curnocke, and had issue. She marr. 2ndly . . . . Power, and had issue.

3. III. Thomas Clotterbooke, of King Stanley, clothier, will dated 1 August. 1611, proved P.C.C., 17 August, 1614; died 11 June, 1614, aged 67, bur. at King Stanley, 23 June, 1614.
His inquisition post mortem taken at Stroud, September 12 James I. shows that he held the manors of Eastlech Turville, Fiddington, in Gloucestershire, and East Greenwich, in Kent, and other property lying in Brookthorpe, Harescombe, King Stanley, Haresfield, Ashchurch, Coldthorpe, Quedgeley and Kingswood. In his will he bequeathes the manor of Fiddington, with appurtenances, which he had bought of his father-in-law, Richard Wakeman, and of his brother-in-law, John Wakeman, to his son Ferdinando Clutterbuck. He marr. (1), at Stonehouse, 8 Feb. 1574, Elizabeth, dau. of William Sandford; she was bur. at Leonard Stanley, 24 Jan. 1579, leaving

i. Richard Clutterbuck, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 1577, and bur. there 30 May, 1583.

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He marr. 2ndly, at Beckford, 1581, Agnes or Anne, dau. of Richard Wakeman, of Beckford; she was bur. at Leonard Stanley, 20 June, 1592.
Thomas Clotterbooke and Agnes Wakeman had issue:
ii. William Clutterbuck of whom next.
iii.Richard Clutterbuck, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 23 May, 1591; bur. there 12 June, 1591.
iv.Ferdinando Clutterbuck, of whom hereafter.
v. Richard Clutterbuck, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 11 November, 1593.
vi. Mary, marr. at King Stanley, 20 February, 1609, Thomas Bicke, and was living, 1611.
vii. Elizabeth, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 6 February, 1584.
He marr. 3rdly, at Matson, 29 January, 1592/3, Bridget, dau. of Richard Robins, she was bap. there 3 June, 1565, her will dated at Horsley, 17 August, 1652, proved P.C.C., 1 July, 1653. In this will she makes various bequests to the children of her eldest son Jasper:
“To Elizabeth Harris . . . I doe give my long towel … To Mary Welstead . . . I doe give one of my flaxen tablecloths also unto Margaret, one other of the daughters of the said Jasper I doe give my finest Diaper tablecloth used to my round table … Also unto Bridgett Clutterbuck one other of the daughters of the said Jasper, I doe give my narrow diaper Tablecloth. Also I doe give and bequeath unto my son Tobie Clutterbuck my bedd and bolster that I do usuallye lye upon.”
Thomas Clotterbooke and Bridget Robins had issue:
viii. Jasper Clotterbooke, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 4 July, 1596, living 17 August, 1652. Issue:
1. John Clutterbuck.
2. Thomas Clutterbuck, living 1652.
3. Mary, bap. at Horsley, 10 September; 1620 marr. . . . Welstead.
4. Elizabeth, bap. at Horsley, 13 January, 1621; marr. William Harris.
5. Margaret, living 1652.
6. Hannah, living 1652
7. Bridgett, living 1652.
ix. Tobie Clotterbooke, living 1614. Issue:
1. Hester.
2. Bridget.
x. Thomas Clotterbooke, of whom hereafter.
xi. Richard Clotterbooke, bap. at King Stanley, 12 December, 1602.
xii. Hester, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 2 December, 1600. Living 1611.
xiii. Elizabeth, bap. at King Stanley, 3 June, 1604; marr. at Horsley, 25 December 1621, Isaac Geering, and had issue.

4. IV. William Clutterbuck, of King Stanley, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 24 August, 1583; died 1655, aged 74; bur. at King Stanley, m.i.; Will dated 18 May, 1653, proved P.C.C., 2 July, 1655. In 1630-2 he paid a composition of £15 for not taking the order of Knighthood, see Pell Office Records, Auditor of Receipts.

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He marr. Dorcas or Dorothea, dau. of Joseph Baynham, of Westbury, by Mary, his wife, who was a maid of honour to Queen Elizabeth; she died 20 January, 1667, aged 84, bur. at Wotton-under-Edge, 1 February, 1667.
William Clutterbuck and Dorcas Baynham had issue:

i. Thomas Clutterbuck, bap. at King Stanley, 9 February, 1615, bur. there 10 July, 1666. Will dated, 26 June, 1666, proved at Gloucester, 1669. Issue:
1. Thomas Clutterbuck, born 22 June, 1646; bap. at King Stanley, 8 July, 1646, living 1666.
2. William Clutterbuck, living 1666.
3. Edward Clutterbuck. living 1666.
ii. Arthur Clutterbuck, bap. at King Stanley, 2 March, 1620; bur. there 21 February, 1642, s.p.
iii. Elizabeth, bap at King Stanley 29 July, 1619; marr. before 1654, Robert Oldsworth, and was bur. at Wotton-under-Edge, 14 December, 1682, leaving issue.
iv. Dorothy.
v. Anne.

We now revert to:

5. IV. Ferdinando Clotterbooke of Ashchurch, Glos. [4th son of Thomas Clotterbooke (3), who died, 1614], bap. at Leonard Stanley, 25 June, 1592. Marr. Alice, dau. of . . . , who was buried at Ashchurch, 4 November, 1660. Admon. (she was then described as of Fiddington), granted P.C.C., 1677. They had issue:

i Samuel Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii.John Cloterbooke, of Fiddington, bap. at Ashchurch, 31 March, 1624. Secretary to the Lord Chancellor; bur. at Ashchurch, 1677, s.p. Will dated, 9 January, 1674, proved, PC.C, 8 December, 1677;
iii. Daniel Clutterbooke, of whom hereafter.
iv. Nathaniel Clotterbooke, living 1683. By his wife, who was living 1662, he had issue two daus.
v. Jerome Clotterbooke, of St. Giles, Cripplegate, citizen and haberdasher of London, bap. at Ashchurch, 4 May, 1637, bur. at St. Augustine, London, 28 July, 1698. Will dated 4 August, 1697, proved P.C.C., 20 September, 1698. By Mary, his wife, who was living 1698, he had issue:
1. Thomas Clutterbuck, bur. at St. Alphage, London, 10 May, 1667.
2. Benjamin Clutterbuck, born 9 July; bap. at St. Giles, Cripplegate, London, 23 July, 1667; bur. at St. Alphage, London, 19 September, 1668.
3. Jerome Clutterbuck, bur. at St. Alphage, 19 May, 1676.

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4. Anne, bur. at St. Alphage, 22 January, 1669.
5. Alice, bur. at St. Alphage, 25 February, 1672. (The register of her burial is recorded also in the St. Augustine register).
6. Margaret, marr. before 1692 . . . . Townsend.
7. Sarah, bur. at St. Alphage, 8 August, 1670.
8. Elizabeth, bap. at St. Augustine, 28 March, 1672; living 1698. Marr … Knapp and had issue.
vi. Joseph Clutterbuck, citizen and haberdasher of London, of St. Mary, Aldermary, London, oilman. Will dated 23 January, 1676, proved P.C.C., 7 February, 1676. Marr. at St. Mary, Aldermary, by Tho. Atkin. Ald. and Just. of Peace, 17 July, 1654, to Anne Guilford, of St. Peter’s Cornhill. Issue:
1. Joseph, marr. Elizabeth, and had issue:
(i.) Harman Clutterbuck, bur. at St. Olave’s, Hart Street, London, 12 March, 1687/8.
(ii.) Henry Clutterbuck, bap. at St. Olave’s, 20 July, 1690.
(iii.) Jarvis Clutterbuck, bap. at St. Olave’s, 5 December, 1693.
(iv.) James Clutterbuck, bur. at St. Olave’s, 4 February, 1694/5.
(v.) Elizabeth, bap. at St. Olave’s, 5 December, and bur. there 7 December, 1691.
vii. Thomas Clutterbuck, mart. at St. Anne, Blackfriars, 30 August, 1660, Chessen Perowne or Penrose, she was bur. at Christ Church, Newgate Street, 2 December, 1689; her will dated 21 November, 1689, proved P.C.C., 17 June, 1690. Issue:
1. Samuel Clutterbuck, bap. at St. Augustine, London, 26 May, 1676, will proved P.C.C., 15 October, 1701.
2. Sarah, bur. at St. Augustine, 30 March, 1673.
3. Rebecca, bur. at St. Augustine, 11 November, 1674.
4. Mary, living 1690. ? Married Nathaniel Smith.
viii. Elizabeth, bap. at Ashchurch, 4 August, 1625, marr. before 1676 … Kimpson, and had issue.
ix. Sarah, marr. (marriage license dated 30 September, i66i), Miles Malson, of Guiting Power, clerk, then aged 27, and she, 26, they had issue.
x. Joan, mart. before 1692 … Spragg.
xi. Mary, man. before 1676 … Woodward,1 and had issue.
xii. Another daughter, who married before 1696 … Evettson, and had issue.

6. V. Samuel Clutterbuck, of Ingatestone, Essex, citizen and dyer; his will dated 15 February, 1689, proved P.C.C., 10 June, 1692; bur. at St. Pancras, Soper Lane, 12 May, 1692. Marr. Anne, her will describing her as of Badsworth, Yorkshire, dated 31 October, 1702, proved P.C.C., 2 December, 1704; bur. as of Doncaster, Yorkshire, at St. Pancras, Soper Lane, 4 March, 1703.

1 We have been unable to discover the date of this marriage. An Olive Clutterbuck was married, 1 January, 1684/5 at St. Olave, Southwark, Surrey, to a Charles Woodward.

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An enquiry was made, 6 November, 1794, as to the descendants of this Samuel Clutterbuck. It was found that descendants of his daughter Cordelia Bright were still living, that the issue of his eldest son, Thomas, was extinct, and that it was not known what became of his second son Joseph, nor whether he left any descendants. There was reason, however, to suppose that he and his wife Elizabeth were living in 1702, and that they had one son, Joseph, who was at that time an apprentice to an apothecary in Hatton Garden, London.
The above enquiry directed to Mr Clutterbuck, Leather Seller, 76 Newgate Street.
Samuel and Anne Clutterbuck had issue:

i. William Clutterbuck, bur. at St. Pancras, Soper Lane, 1 January, 1657.
ii. Barnard Clutterbuck, bur. at St. Pancras, Soper Lane, 18 April, 1662.
iii.Samuel Clutterbuck, bap. at St. Pancras, Soper Lane, 15 May, 1663; bur. there, 1663.
iv. Thomas Clutterbuck, of whom next.
v. John Clutterbuck, bap. at St. Pancras, Soper Lane, 17 January, 1672; born 10 January; bur. there 14 August, 1677.
vi. Samuel Clutterbuck, hap. at St. Pancras, Soper Lane, 4 April, 1680.
vii.Joseph Clutterbuck, not 21 in 1689; bur. at St. Pancras, Soper Lane, 8 December, 1722; marr. Elizabeth . . . , and had issue:
Joseph Clutterbuck, apprentice to an apothecary in Hatton Garden, London.
viii.Ann, bap. at St. Pancras, Soper Lane, 6 October, 1659.
ix. Mary, died ii April, 1664; bur. at St. Pancras, Soper Lane, 13 April.
x. Mary, born 3 July, 1664; bap. at St. Pancras, Soper Lane, 19 July; bur. there 23 August, 1664.
xi. Cordelia, bap. at St. Pancras, Soper Lane, 25 July, 1677; marr. (some time after 1689), John Bright, and was living 1696, with issue.
xii. Elizabeth, bur. at St. Pancras, Soper Lane, 3 March, 1680.

7. VI. Thomas Clutterbuck, of Ingatestone, born in London, bap. at St. Pancras, Soper Lane, 8 June, 1671; bur. there 31 December, 1696; a pensioner at St. John’s Coll., Cambridge, 1686. Admitted at Lincoln’s Inn, 4 December, 1689. One of the Six Clerks of the High Court of Chancery. Will dated 22 December, 1696, proved P.C.C., 8 January, 1696, he directs his “body to be buried in the Parish Church of St. Pancras, Soper Lane, belonging to my family.”
He marr. Bridgett, dau. of Sir Thomas Exton, LL.D., Dean of the Arches, by Isabella, dau. of Robert Hoare, citizen and apothecary of

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London; she was bap. at St. Margaret’s, Westminster, 19 September, 1667, and marr. (1) Sir John Sudbury, Bart., of Eldon, Durham, who died 27 March, 1691, she marr. 3rdly, at Westminster Abbey, 21 November, 1699, the Right Hon. Edward Carteret, of St. Clement Danes, and Dagenham, Essex; he died 1739. She died 18 September, 1735, bur. at Hornchurch, Essex, 26 September, 1735. Admon. of her goods granted P.C.C., 27 July, 1758. Issue:

8. VII. Right Hon. Thomas Clutterbuck, of St. Martin’s-in-the-Fields, Middlesex, born posthumous, matriculated Christ Church, Oxford, 20 October, 1713, aged 16, of the Middle Temple, 1713. M.P. for Liskeard, 1722-1734, for Plimpton East, 1734. LL.D., hon. causa, at Dublin University, 1725. Secretary to John Carteret, Earl Granville (1690-1763), as Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland, 1724-1730. Commissioner of the Navy, 1741. Treasurer of the Navy, 17 May, 1742 (succeeding Arthur Onslow, who became Speaker of the House of Commons); Privy Councillor, 24 June, 1742. Died, “of an apoplexy,” 23 November, 1742; bur. at Hornchurch, Essex. Admon. granted P.C.C., December, 1742.
He marr. 1 May, 1731, Henrietta Cuffe Tollemache, only dau. of Lionel, Lord Huntingtower, and sister to Lionel, 3rd Earl of Dysart, K.T., she died 8 December, 1772. The Right Hon. Thomas Clutterbuck and Henrietta Cuffe Tollemache had issue:

i. William John Clutterbuck, born, November, 1735; bap. at St. James’ Westminster, 4 December, 1732. Died young, s.p.
ii. Elizabeth Henrietta, of Padworth, Berks.; born 5 August, 1732; bap. at St. James’, Westminster, 31 August, 1732; died 3 October, 1751, s.p. Admon. granted P.C.C., December, 1751.
iii. Clara Anna, born 9 November, 1733 ; bap. at St. James’, Westminster, 30 November, 1733; marr. 1757, Sir Charles Hotham, Bart.

iv. Charlotte, of Westminster, born 19 May, 1741; bap. at St. Martin’s-in-the-Fields, 14 June, 1741 Admon. granted P.C.C., February 1758.

We now revert to:

9. V. Daniel Clutterbuck, [3rd son of Ferdinando C. (5)], of Haggerston, in the parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch; bap. at Ashchurch, 19 October, 1626; admon. in Court of Archdeacon of London,

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1 February, 1677-8; bur. at St. Leonard, Shoreditch, 16 January, 1677. Marr. at St. Leonard, Shoreditch, 21 April, 1670, Penelope Waddis, who survived him and administered to his estate. Daniel Clutterbuck and Penelope Waddis had issue,1
i. Daniel Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Francis Clutterbuck, bap. at St. Leonard, Shoreditch, to July, 1675.
iii. Elizabeth, bap. at St. Leonard, Shoreditch, 30 January, 1670-1.

10. VI. Daniel Clutterbuck, of Nailsworth, and of the Hyde, Minchinhampton (which he purchased, 1709); bap. at St. Leonard, Shoreditch, 2 April, 1673, will dated 25 January, 1719; admon. to his son Edmund, P.C.C., 3 May, 1735.
Marr. Penelope Smith, who was bur. at Minchinhampton, 17 July, 1766; she renounced admon. to her husband’s goods.
Daniel Clutterbuck and Penelope Smith had issue:

i. William Clutterbuck, of Oxford, grocer, will dated 14 October, 1747, proved P.C.C., 12 August, 1748.
ii. Edmund Clutterbuck, of the Hyde, died 5 October, 1778, bur. at Minchinhampton, 9 October, 1778, aged 71, m.i. He purchased the shares of his brothers and sisters under his father’s will. He marr. Ann, dau. of Samuel Sheppard, she died 12 November, 1791, aged 72, bur. at Minchinhampton, 19 November, 1791, m.i.
iii. Thomas Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iv. Daniel Clutterbuck, of Bradford-on-Avon, died 16 April, 1769, s.p., aged 56; bur. at Holy Trinity Church, Bradford, m.i. Will dated 1769, proved P.C.C. 1769.
v. Lewis Clutterbuck, of whom hereafter.
vi. Elizabeth, marr … Getting, living 1778.
vii. Mary, of Minchinhampton, bur. at Avening, 24 March, 1798, aged 86.
viii. Ann, bap. at Minchmhampton, 27 May, 1722; bur. there 4 September, 1722

11. VII. Thomas Clutterbuck, of Avening, Glos., died 25 June, 1805, aged 96; bur. at Avening, 29 June, 1805, m.i. Marr. Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Webb, of Avening and Rodborough; she died 28 November, 1802, aged 84; bur. at Avening, 4 December, 1802, m.i.
Thomas Clutterbuck and Elizabeth Webb had issue:
1. Nathaniel Webb Clutterbuck, bap. at Avening, 5 December, 1743 drowned young, s.p.

1 It is traditionally said that Daniel Clutterbuck also had a son, who was killed for espousing the cause of the Pretender. In a letter dated 15 July, 1871, Mr. Tugwell of Devizes, says “Mrs. Mary Clutterbuck, of M. Hampton, a daughter of Daniel’s talked of her uncle who was hanged or beheaded for espousing the cause of the Pretender. And I have a portrait of an Edmund Clutterbuck in a justice’s wig (sic) supposed to be a brother of Daniel’s, of Hyde, and an itinerant Justice with questionable reputation, but with strong political feelings. On searching the Records at the Secretary of State’s office I found the Clutterbucks were a contumacious race and often fined etc., for political offences. I have an entry of the death of Edmund Clutterbuck of Hyde, in 1686, described as a solicitor.”

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ii. Daniel Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iii. Lewis Clutterbuck, of Wo1verharnpton, bap. at Avening, 12 September, 1746; died at Ford House, Stafford, 3 October, 1824. Marr. 1 January 1774, Sarah Molineux, of Wolverhampton.
iv. Edmund Clutterbuck,1 of Avening, bap. at Avening, 3 December, 1755; died 1 December, 1839, aged 84. s.p.; bur. at Avening, m.i. Marr. 14 January, 1802, Lucia Baldwin; she died 1 June, 1828, aged 61, s.p., bur. at Avening m.i.
v. James Clutterbuck, of Hyde, Holcombe, and Cheltenham, J.P., D.L., clothier; bap. at Avening, I July, 1758; died at Cheltenham, 12 April, 1840, aged 83, s.p.; bur. at Avening, m.i. Marr. 30 January, 1800, Mary Ann Molineux, sister to the above-named Sarah Molineux, she died at Cheltenham, 5 November, 1863, aged 86; bur. at Avening, m.i. Will proved, 11 December, 1863.
vi. Mary, bap. at Avening, 28 June, 1747, died 3 July, 1841, aged 94, bur. at Avening, m.i.
vii. Elizabeth, bap. at Avening, 4 June, 1749 died at Hyde, 7 November, 1842, aged 93; bur. at Avening, m.i.
viii. Martha, bap. at Avening, 12 July, 1753, died at Hyde, 19 June, 1810, bur. at Avening, 25 June, 1810.

12. VIII. Daniel Clutterbuck of Bradford Leigh, Wilts, and of Bath, banker; bap. at Avening, 20 January, 1744; died II June, 1821, aged 77; bur. at Bradford-on-Avon, m.i. Marr. 1 October, 1773, Elizabeth, dau. of Bryan Edwards, of Jamaica, M.P., she died 28 April, 1826, aged 78; bur. at Bradford-on-Avon, m.i.
Daniel Clutterbuck and Elizabeth Edwards had issue:

i. Bryan Edwards Clutterbuck, born 29 January, 1776; died s.p. 1793; bur, at Bradford.
ii. Thomas Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iii. Marianne, marr. 5 December, 1794, John Getbury, of Shirehampton.
iv. Sarah, marr. 1798 George Hayward Tugwell, of Crowe Hall, Bath, who died 14 January, 1839, aged 71; she died 31 May, 1853, aged 76; both bur. at Bradford-on-Avon, m.i.
v. Eliza, born 24 February, 1780; marr. William Wroughton Salmon, of Devizes.
vi. Penelope, marr. at South Wraxall, 6 September, 1802, Mawbey Tugwell, by whom she had issue; he died, 13 May, 1815, aged 44; she died at Brighton, 26 November, 1861, aged 80; bur. at Hove, m.i.

13. IX. Thomas Clutterbuck, of Hardenhuish Park, Wilts, officer in the Royal Horse Guards Blue; Sheriff of Wilts, 1826 and 1852;


1 Possibly Frances, widow of Edmund Clutterbuck, Esq., of Avening Lodge, who died at Terrington St. John Vicarage, 28 October, 1864, aged 87, was this gentleman’s 2nd wife.

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born —, 1779; d. 16 April, 1852; bur. at Hardenhuish, m.i. He purchased Hardenhuish which thenceforth has been the seat of this branch of the family. Marr. 17 February, 1814, Henrietta, dau. of David Ricardo,1 M.P. for Portarlington, 1818-23; of Gatcombe, and of Bromsborrow Place, Gloucestershire; she died, 9 March, 1838, aged 41.
Thomas Clutterbuck and Henrietta Ricardo had issue:
i. Edmund Lewis Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Daniel Hugh Clutterbuck, of whom hereafter, 17.
iii. Elizabeth Mary. d. at Madeira, 20 February, 1834, aged 17.
iv. Ellen, marr. at Hardenhuish, 3 November, 1844, Alexander Beaumont Rooke, J.P. ; 77th Regt., of Ivy House Wilts. and dying 27 April, 1892, left issue.
v. Fanny, marr. at Hardenhuish, 23 October, 1851, Rev. Francis Fisher,
Rector of Helmarton.
vi. Emma, d. 12 October, 1845.
vii. Alice, d. 10 April, 1832.

14. X. Edmund Lewis Clutterbuck, of Hardenhuish Park, Chippenham, J.P. and D.L., born 8 August, 1824; educated at Eton and at Christ Church, Oxford, B.A., 12 November, 1846; Sheriff of Wilts., 1854; died at Torquay, 9 February, 1861. Marr. at Esher, 3 March, 1851, Louisa Maria, 2nd dau. of John William Spicer, of Esher Place, Surrey, J.P., D.L.; she died, August, 1882.
Edmund Lewis Clutterbuck and Louisa Maria Spicer had issue:
i. Edmund Henry Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Walter John Clutterbuck, of Marsham Hall, Norfolk, born 23 February, 1853; marr. at Biarritz, France, 30 April, 1892, Violet Esther Drury, dau. of Francis Nicholas Smith, of Wingfield Park, Derby.
iii. Newton Clutterbuck, born 1858; died at Hardenduish, November, 1860, s.p.
iv. Henrietta Louisa, marr. at St. James, Piccadilly, June, 1885, Archie Kirkman Loyd, K.C., D.L., M.P.
v. Mary Hope, born at Hardenhuish, 20 July, t86o; marr. at Hardenhuish, 16 December, 1885, Sir Henry Jacob Preston, 3rd Bart., of Beeston Hall, Norfolk; he was born 15 September, 1851, and died at Northrepps, Norfolk, 9 January, 1897, leaving issue.

15. XI. Edmund Henry Clutterbuck, of Hardenhuish Park, J.P., C.C., late of Wilts. Yeomanry, born 30 January, 1852; matriculated University Coll., Oxford, B.A., 1875 ; called to the Bar at the

1 David Ricardo (1772-1823) was the well known author of “The Principles of Political Economy,” published by John Murray, 1817, and the originator of the “Theory of Rent.” Ricardo’s letters to Malthus, have been published by the Clarendon Press, Oxford.

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Inner Temple, 18 November, 1878; Chairman of the Chippenham Board of Guardians. Marr. at Chittoe, Wilts., 21 September, 1880, Madeline Charlotte, eldest dau. of the late Rev. Charles Hall Raikes, Vicar of Chittoe, Wilts., by his wife Charlotte D’Ende, eldest dsu. of Sir Robert Keith Arbuthnot, 2nd Bart.

Edmund Henry Clutterbuck and Madeline Charlotte Raikes have had issue:

i Thomas Edmund Clutterbuck, born at Bowden Hill, Wilts., 31 March, 1883; died there, 1 February, 1884, s.p.
ii. Edmund Lewis Clutterbuck, born at Hardenhuish, 19 August, 1887; Lieut., 4th Battalion Somerset L.I.
iii. David Clutterbuck, born 21 September, 1890, B.A., Oxford, Lieut., R.F.A., died of wounds received in action at Vimy Ridge, France, 6 May, 1917.
iv. Walter Edmund Clutterbuck, M.C., Capt. Royal Scots Fusiliers, born Hardenhuish, 17 November, 1894, educated at Cheltenham College. Marr. at Edinburgh, 16 October, 1919, Gwendolin Atterbury, only dau. of Henry Johnston Younger, of Benmore, Argyllshire, and has issue:
1. Michael Edmund Harry Clutterbuck, born at Edinburgh, 22 July, 1920.
2. Ann Hope Madelaine, born at Edinburgh, 24 September, 1922.
v. Henrietta Madelaine, born in London, 22 June, 1881, marr. at Hardenhuish 25 August, 1909, Bertram Christian, of London. Barrister-at-Law.
vi. Joan Louisa, born at Bowden Hill, Wilts., 29 April, 1884, marr. at Hardenhuish, 2 February. 1909, Arthur Moubray St Crispin Allfrey, of Greenway Chippenham, and has issne.
vii. Violet Thermuthis, born at Hardenhuish, 25 October, 1885, marr. at St. Peter’s, Bournemouth, 15 January, 1907, the Rev. Ernest Marling Roberts, M.A., Vicar of St. Mary Abbotts, Kensington, and has issue.
viii. Mary Hope Letitia, born at Hardenhuish, 28 December, 1888 mar. (1) at Hardenhuish, 5 October, 1909, Capt. Ronald Henry Greig, D.S.O., R.E., who was killed in action in France, 28 August, 1916, leaving issue. She marr. 2ndly Godfrey Rokeling, of the Board of Education.
ix. Bridget Julia, born at Hardenhuish, 6 September, 1893; marr. in London, 15 October, 1917, Montague Egerton Weatherall.
x. Alice Claudia Ellen Veronica, born at Hardenhuish, 30 August, 1899, marr. at Peking. China, 4 April, 1921, Sydney E. Lucas, of Peking.

We now revert to:
16. X. Daniel Hugh Clutterbuck, [2nd son of Thomas Clutterbuck (13)], of Corsham, Wilts., J.P., for the county of Wilts. Captain 8th Hussars, wounded at Balaclava, October, 1854; born at

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Bath 15 March, 1828; died at Corsham, 5 August, 1906; marr. at Esher, 18 October, 1855, Sophia Ellen, youngest dau. of John William Spicer, of Esher Place, Surrey, J.P., D.L.; she died at Corsham, 30 April, 1906.

Daniel Hugh Clutterbuck and Sophia Ellen Spicer had issue:

i. Hugh Frank Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Philip Edmund Clutterbuck, born at Bath, 3 April, 1866; died 4 February, 1895, s.p.
iii. Edmund Ricardo Clutterbuck, Captain 4th Hussars, born at Bathford, 7 May, 1874.
iv. Alice Sophia, born at Kington St. Michael, 15 November, 1856.
v. Emma Dorothy, born at Esher Place, Surrey, 28 June, 1860; became a Carmelite Nun, 1908.
vi. Katherine Mary born at Bath 28 October, 1862, now of Perth, W. Australia.
vii. and viii. Lilian Margaret and Margaret Lilian, born at Bath, 19 September, 1864; Lilian Margaret died 22 November, 1898 and Margaret Lilian, 5 February, 1914.

17. XI. Hugh Frank Clutterbuck, of Dicketts, Corsham, Wilts., V.D., J.P. for the counties of Somerset and Wilts.; Col. 1st Volunteer Battalion P.A. Somerset Light Infantry, 1898-1910; raised the 2/4 P.A. Somerset Light Infantry, 1914-1918, and took it to India, the Andaman Islands and Palestine; born at Kington St. Michael, 9 September, 1858; married at Rood Ashton, 6 August, 1887 Margaret Henrietta Georgina, 2nd dau. of Richard Penruddock Long, of Rood Ashton, Wilts., M.P., D.L., J.P., and sister to the Rt. Hon. Walter Hurne, Viscount Long, P.C.; she died, 7 February, 1914.
Hugh Frank Clutterbuck and Margaret Henrietta Georgina Long had issue:

i. Hugh Guy Daniel Clutterbuck, born at Boyton Manor, Wilts., 11 August, 1893, attached 7th Gurkhas; killed in action in Mesopotamia, 17 April, 1916.
ii. Doreen Hope Ethel, born at Combe Cottage, Bath, 18 May, 1888.
iii. and iv. Nancy Marguerite and Marguerite Nancy, born at Combe Cottage, Bath, 8 May, 1889.
v. Phyllis Hume, born at Bath, 15 March, 1891.
vi. Marion Norah Daphne, born at Combe Royal, Bath, 28 July, 1895.

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We now revert to:
18. VII. Lewis Clutterbuck, of Widcome, Somerset [5th son of Daniel Clutterbuck (10)], Town Clerk of Bath1, Attorney-at-Law; died “after a lingering illness” at Bath, 9 June, 1776, aged 58; bur. at Claverton, m.i. Will proved P.C.C., 1776. Marr. Eliz dau. of Thoma.s Price, of Gloucester, she died, 24 May, 1781, aged 48, bur. at Claverton, m.i.
Lewis Clutterbuck and Elizabeth Price had issue2:

i. Lewis Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. James Clutterbuck, died 15 September, 1769, aged 15 months bur. at Claverton, m.i.
iii. Elizabeth, died 27 October, 1769, aged, 16; bur. at Claverton, m.i.
iv. Margaret, marr. before 1791, Cadwallader Phipps Coker, of London, Barrister-at-law, and had issue.
v. Penelope, marr. (1) Thomas Hole Phipps, of Leighton House, Wilts., who died, 10 September, 1790, and had issue.
She marr. (2) Gilbert Trowe Beckett Turner, of Penleigh House, Westbury, co. Wilts., and had issue.
vi. Ann, died 18 June, 1769, aged 9; bur. at Claverton, m.i.
vii. Sarah, marr. at Bath, 6 February, 1786, Zachariah Bayley, Capt., 59th Regt., and had issue.

19. VIII. Lewis Clutterbuck, M.A., Clerk in Holy Orders, Rector and Patron of Ozleworth; died 7 August, 1820, aged 57. Marr. (i) at Hawkesbury, 13 July, 1790, Catherine, dau. of H. Partridge, of Hilsley; she was bur. at Ozleworth, 21 February, 1805.
Lewis Clutterbuck and Catherine Partridge had issue:

i. Lewis Clutterbuck, of whom next.
He marr. 2ndly, at Weymouth, 26 Sept. 1809, Frances, 2 dau. of Edward Elton, of Winford Manor, Somerset, and Marylebone; She was born 1774, and died at Bath, 7 March, 1836, leaving issue:
ii. Sarah Frances, bap. at Ozleworth, 17 August, 1812; died 1867; marr. at Winford, 28 April, 1829, her first cousin, Henry Edward Elton, of Winford, who was born 1808, and died February, 1842. She marr. 2ndly, September, 1842, Thomas Davies Bayley.

1 In a letter to the Rev. R. H. Clutterbuck, dated 8 December, 1879, Mr. T. W. Cattell, says :—“ Mr. Russell [the librarian at the Bath Library] showed me a curious sketch called the “One-headed Municipality,” wherein Ralph Allen, the central figure of an enormous size, is surrounded by various personages, one of them being Mr. Clutterbuck, the town clerk, represented in a thin figure, his head an inkstand from which two pens, and from his mouth a label, ‘What is this clatter all this about.’ ”
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20. IX. Lewis Clutterbuck, of Newark Park, J.P. for the counties of Wilts and Gloucester, D.L. for the county of Gloucester; born 16 January, 1794, bap. at Ozleworth, 25 February, 17941; educated at Exeter Coll., Oxford, Royal Horse Guards Blue; died at Newark Park, 3 April, 1861, his will dated 9 March, 1861, proved P.C.C., 8 May, 1861. Marr. 16 December 1819, Sarah, dau. of William Balfour, of Edinburgh and Jamaica; she died at Doynton Rectory, 19 July, 1867; her will dated 17 June, 1867, proved 26 October, 1867.
Lewis Clutterbuck and Sarah Balfour had issue:

i. Lewis Balfour Clutterbuck, J.P., Clerk in Holy Orders, born 14 April, 1822, educated at the College School, Gloucester, and at Wadham Coll., Oxford, graduated BA., 2 May, 1844, Rector of Doynton, 1846; died 1872, s.p.
ii. James Edmund Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iii. William Clutterbuck, of Newark Park, J.P. for the county of Gloucester; Colonel 56th Regt. (Ensign. 3 April, 1846, retired, 31 October, 1877), born at Newark Park, 20 January, 1825; died there, May, 1890. Marr. (1) at St. Leonard’s, Devon, 27 March, 1862, Maria Dance Bayly, who died at Clonmel, 1868. He marr. 2ndly Louisa Power Hicks.
William Clutterbuck and Maria Dance Bayly had issue
1. William Esbury Clutterbuck, born 18 January, 1863; bap. at Deesa, E.I.
2. Lewis Bayly Clutterbuck, born 19 January 1864. bap. at Mount Aboo, E.I.; died at Wotton-under-Edge.
3. Edmund Chariton Jasper Willett Clutterbuck, Clerk in Holy Orders, born at Clonmel, 30 June, 1868; bap. at Doynton; educated at Wadham Coll., Oxford, B.A., 1889 M.A., 1893; died at Teignmouth, 5 October, 1919.
4. Mary Catherine, born 7 January, 1866, bap. at Lynne Regis, marr. at Leighterton, 12 April, 1898, Cyrus Latimer Croft, of Plymouth, and has issue, two sons.
5. Eleanor Balfour, born 8 January, 1867; bap. at Portland,; marr. George Buchanan.
iv. Charles Francis Clutterbuck, Clerk in Holy Orders, of Harewood Square, London; Rector of Ozleworth, 1852; born 6 March, 1826; died 1884, s.p.
v. John Balfour Clutterbuck, Clerk in Holy Orders, born 8 July, 1831; educated at Shrewsbury School, and at Peterhouse, Camb.; B.A., 1855; Rector of Boxwell-with-Leighterton, 1857-1901, and now of Sidbury Hall, Salop. Marr. at Sherston, Wilts., 23 June, 1863, Catherine Purslow, eldest dau. of William Henry Creswell, of Sidbury Hall, Salop, and Pinckney Park, Wilts.

1 Entry in Ozleworth Parish Register says:—“ Lewis, son of Lewis and Catherine Clutterbuck was baptised the 25th day of February, 1794, being born the 16th day of January at eight minutes after nine o clock in the morning, wh. we who were present do testify as to the time of the child’s birth.”
Sarah Partridge.
David Taylor.
Sarah Bayley.

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John Balfour Clutterbuck and Catherine Purslow Creswell, have issue:

1. Richard Willmott Balfour Clutterbuck, born at Ivybridge, Devon, 26 October, 1867; marr. 6 June, 1908, Alice Louise Forbes Lough, who died 5 June, 1909.
2. Frances Catherine Balfour, born 2 April, 1864; marr. 7 August 1894, Charles Henry Oakes, of Alfreton.
3. Elizabeth Creswell Balfour, born at Bagnères de Bigorre, Haute Pyrenées, 29 July, 1865, died 19 September, 1865.
4. Maud Eveline, born 18 February, 1870; marr. 28 July, 1891, James Percy Bathurst Reed, and has issue.
5. Mabel Kathleen, born 14 July, 1872; marr. 28 November, 1893, Gilbert Osborn Ranger and has issue.
vi. Eleanora Isabella, died 1846; bur. at Ozleworth.
vii. Sarah Catherine, died at Merlin Haven, Wotton-under-Edge, 30 July, 1879.

21. X. James Edmund Clutterbuck, of Newark Park, M.D., Edin. (1846), L.S.A. (1847), M.R.C.S. (1847), born 28 May, 1823; died December, 1893; Surgeon General, 42nd Highlanders (resigned 1 June, 1883, after 35 years’ service, having served in Bengal as Staff-Surgeon throughout the Indian Mutiny of 1857-8, and in the Ashantee War of 1873-4). He marr. 10 June, 1862, Elizabeth Annie, dau. of Samuel Blackwell; she died, July, 1868.
James Edmund Clutterbuck and Elizabeth Annie Blackwell had issue:

i. Lewis James Edmund Clutterbuck, born March, 1863; died September, 1864.
ii. Lewis Charles Balfour Clutterbuck, born August, 1865; died October, 1867.
iii. Catherine Annie, born 18 September, 1866, marr. 26 February, 1891, Edward Richard Power, Surgeon-Major A.M.S., he died 1897. She resumed her surname of Clutterbuck in lieu of Power, April, 1897. Issue:
1. James Edward Clutterbuck, born 5 October, 1893, temp. Lieut., R.F.A., attached R.F.C., killed in action, 1917.
2. Catherine Annie, born 22 September, 1895; died 11 February, 1910.

We now revert to:

22. IV. Thomas Clutterbooke, of Horsley, Glos. [7th son of Thomas Clotterbooke, (3)], bap. at Leonard Stanley, 25 February, 1597, bur. at Horsley, 25 November, 1639, will dated 17 November, 1638, proved at Gloucester, 1641. Inquisition post mortem taken at Tetbury, 9 April, 16 Chas. I. Marr, at Minchinhampton, 27 December, 1632, Elizabeth, dau. of Jeremy Bucke, of Minchinhampton.

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Thomas Clutterbooke and Elizabeth Bucke had issue:

23. V. Thomas Clotterbuck, of Westbury-on-Trym, and Stroud, bap. at Horsley, 6 April, 1637, died 21 July, 1683, aged 46, bur. at Bisley, m.i. Marr. (1) … Morse … and 2ndly (marriage license dated 2 February, 1668), Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Freame, of Lypiatt, then aged 25; she was bur. at Bisley, 22 June, 1701.

Thomas Clotterbuck and Elizabeth Freame had issue:

i. Freame Clutterbuck, of Stroud, bap. there, 14 June, 1670; bur. there 21 August, 1725. Will dated 29 January, 1724. Marr. Ann, dau. of Francis Sims. of Kempscott. Oxford, and had issue:
1. Freame Clutterbuck, bap. at Stroud, 5 January, 1709; died there 17 July, 1711; bur. there 18 July, 1711.
ii. Thomas Clutterbuck, bap. at Stroud, 2 August. 1671; bur. there 4 February, 1687.

iii. Samuel Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iv. … a daughter, marr. … Arundell, and had issue.
v. Elizabeth, bap. at Stroud, 20 April, 1679; ? bur. there 9 July, 1686.

24. VI. Samuel Clutterbuck, of Hyde, Minchinhampton, bur. At Bisley, 25 February, 1738, aged 61; will dated 15 September, 1729. Marr. at Woodchester, 22 January, 1705, Bridget Michel, of Rodborough, aged 21; bur. at Bisley, 9 April, 1752.

Samuel Clutterbuck and Bridget Michel had issue:

i. Thomas Clutterbuck, died 14 March, 1715. aged 9, bur. at Stroud, 16 March, 1715.
ii. William Clutterbuck, of Bristol, mariner, will dated 24 February, 1761 s.p.; dead before August, 1761.
iii. James Clutterbuck, of the Thrupp, bap. at Minchinhampton, 12 August, 1711; bur. at Stroud, 13 March, 1780, aged 69, s.p.
iv. Samuel Clutterbuck, of whom next.
v. Thomas Clutterbuck, of London, gunsmith, bap. at Minchinhampton, 23 February, 1722; living 1768.
vi. Elizabeth, living unmarried, 1768; bur. at Stroud, 16 June, 1779, aged 63.
vii. Mary, marr. at Stroud, 23 November, 1765, as his 2nd wife, Jacob Stiff, of Dursley, card-maker, who died 16 December, 1769; bur. at Dursley, m.i.; her will dated 6 July, 1768; died about 1790.

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25. VII. Samuel Clutterbuck, of Holcombe, Minchinhampton, clothier, died 28 March, 1766; bur. at Minchinhampton, 31 March, 1766, aged 54, m.i. Admon. granted in London, 1766. Marr. Mary? House, and had issue:

i. William Clutterbuck, of the Thrupp, bap. at Minchinhampton, 7 March, 1754; bur. there 20 January, 1786. Will dated 28 December, 1785, proved in London, 5 Jul. 1815.
ii. Thomas Clutterbuck, bap. at Minchinhampton, 19 December, 1760; bur. there 19 January, 1764.
iii. Sarah, bap. at Minchinhampton, 10 February, 1748; bur. there 17 January, 1759.
iv. and v. Elizabeth and Martha, bap. at Minchinhampton, 9 October, 1750; Martha was bur. there 23 January, 1759. Elizabeth was bur. there 20 January, 1801, having marr. there 7 November, 1771, Thomas Chambers, of Forwood, Minchinhampton, who was bur. at Minchinhampton, 11 April, 1816, aged 69; will dated 21 March 1816. From this marriage descends William Clutterbuck Chambers, of Thrupp House, Esq.

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WE now revert to the descendants of William Clutterbuck, of Eastington, the 4th son of Richard Clutterbuck, of King Stanley, (2), who died, 1591.

26. III. William Clotterbucke, of Eastington, clothier; died 3 June, 1609; bur. at Eastington, 5 June, 1600. His will dated 1 June, 1609, proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 4 November, 1609. His inquisition post-mortem was taken at Dursley, 28 August, James I., and shows that he was possessed of considerable property Alkerton and Stonehouse and that Richard, his son, was aged 21 years and 6 months and more at the time of his father’s death. A deed made 4 James I., between Daniel Fowler and Samuel Hopton and William Clutterbuck and Ursula his wife and John Clutterbuck (his brother) and Jane, his wife, is fully recited. He marr. Ursula, dau. of Thomas Browning, of Coaley; she marr. 2ndly, at Eastington, 1612, Robert Ball; her will dated 7 January, 1641, proved at Gloucester, 23 April, 1642.

William Clutterbuck and Ursula Browning had issue:

i. Richard Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Daniel Clutterbuck, of London, merchant, bap. at Eastington, 15 March, 1589; living 1609? marr. at St. Giles in the Fields, London, 1 October, 1622, Ann Walworth, and left issue three daughters, of whom Mary, marr. (1) . . . and 2ndly, Richard Creech, of Lee, Greenwich.
iii. Samuel Clutterbuck, of whom hereafter.
iv. Josias Clutterbuck, of whom hereafter.
v. John Clutterbuck, of whom hereafter.
vi. Elizabeth, bap. at Eastington, 1585, marr. Thomas Hicks, of Cromhall, and died, 28 July, 1629, leaving issue.
vii. Anne, bap. at Eastington, 13 October, 1594; marr. there, 4 February, 1619, John Elliott, of Westhorpe, Wilts.
viii. Mary, bap at Eastington, 1 May, 1603, marr. there, 4 February, 1625, Nathaniel Coley, of Bristol.

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27. IV. Richard Clutterbuck, of Mill End, clothier, bap. At Eastington, 26 November, 1587; died 3 June, 1652, bur. at Eastington, 5 June, 1652, m.i, will dated 26 June, 1650, proved P.C.C., 2 September, 1652. Marr. Anna, eld. dau. of Daniel Fowler, of Stonehouse; she was bap. at Stonehouse, 28 February, 1595, and her will dated 29 May, 1672, proved at Gloucester, 25 March, 1678; bur. at Eastington, 4 October, 1677, m.i.
Richard Clutterbuck and Anna Fowler had issue:

i. William Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Daniel Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 19 March, 1635/6? bur. there 18 December, 1687, s.p.
iii. Richard Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 5 October, 1628, living unmarried 1682
iv. John Clutterbuck, of whom hereafter.

v. James Clutterbuck.
vi. Judith, marr. at Eastington, 21 October, 1639, Thomas Clissold, of Stroud, and was living 1650.
vii. Elizabeth, bap. at Eastington, 14 May, 1620; bur. there 27 July, 1641.
viii. Catherine, marr. Daniel Clissold, of Pitchcombe.
ix. Martha, bap. at Eastington, 15 May, 1631; marr. there, 8 January, 16 January 1651, William Clutterbuck, of Nupend (80), q. v.

28. V. William Clutterbuck, of Mill End, of Allcot or Alkert at the Heralds’ Visitation in 1682 (to which he was summoned), bap. at Eastington, 2 May, 1622, died 20 July, 1705, aged 84, bur. Eastington, 22 July, 1705, m.i. Marr. at North Nibley, 23 April 1650, Rebekah, dau. of Thomas Perrie, alias Hunter, of Wotton-under-Edge; she was born 26 October, 1628, died 4 April, 1706; bur. Eastington, 6 April, 1706, m.i.
William Clutterbuck and Rebekah Perrie had issue:

i. Richard Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Thomas Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 1653; died 1675. s.p.
iii. Daniel Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 24 September, 1654, living 1716.
iv. Stephen Clutterbuck, of Bristol, bap. at Eastington, 24 March, 1658, living 1716, had issue:
1. Stephen Clutterbuck.
2. William Clutterbuck.
v. William Clutterbuck, bur. at Eastington, 7 May, 1667.
vi. Frederick Clutterbuck, of St. Mary Magdalen. Bermondsey, bap. at Eastington, 22 November, 1664; admon. granted P.C.C., 12 August, 1699, to Elizabeth, his relict.

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vii Hannah, bap. at Eastington, 6 March, 1652
viii. Hannah, bap. at Eastington, 20 January, 1655; died 12 September, 1683, aged 27; bur. at Eastington, 15 September, 1683, m.i. Marr. Walter Marshall, of Gray’s Inn, and had issue; he died 6 April, 1732, aged 78, bur. at Eastington, 8 April, 1732, m.i.
ix. Mary, of Eastington, will dated, 12 December, 1716, proved P.C.C., 1723; died 17 February, 1721, bur. at Frampton-on-Severn, 21 February, 1721, m.i.
x. Abigail, bap. at Eastington, 24 March, 1660, died 15 August, 1707. Marr. her fourth cousin, William Clutterbuck, of Frampton-on-Severn (74), q.v.
xi Ursula.
xii. Elizabeth, bap. At Eastington, 10 May, 1663.
xiii.Rebecka, bap. at Eastington: 13 July, 1670; bur. at Frampton-on-Severn, 17 November, 1748.
xiv. Sarah, bap. at Eastington, 21 July 1672; died 17 January. 1723; bur. at Frampton-on-Severn.

21. VI. Richard Clutterbuck, of Mill End, bap. at Eastington, 9 February, 1650, died 26 June, 1714, aged 64, bur. at Eastington, 28 June, 1714, m.i. Marr. (marriage license dated 25 Nov., 1681), Hannah, dau. of Giles Nash, of Stonehouse, clothier; she died 28 July, 1746, aged 87, bur. at Eastington, 30 July, 1746, m.i.
Richard Clutterbuck and Hannah Nash had issue:

i. William Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 26 September, 1682; bur. there 1 December, 1682.
ii. Giles Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iii. John Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 3 August, 1695; bur. there 22 June, 1697.
iv. Thomas Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 19 December, 1696, bur. there 8 October,1698.
v. Hannah. bap. at Eastington, 11 December, 1682; marr. there 5 June, 1711. Robert Perry, of Kingswood..
vi. Rebecca, bap. at Eastington, 15 October, 1686; bur. there 19 February, 1695.
vii. Katherine, bap. at Eastington, 7 April, 1691; bur. there 13 October, 1699.
viii. Katherine, bap. at Eastington, 2 October, 1699.

30. VII. Giles Clutterbuck, of Mill End, bap. at Eastington, 1 May, 1693; died 23 January, 1760, bur. at Eastington, 29 January, 1760, m.i.; will proved P.C.C., 10 April, 1760. Marr. at Eastington, 10 July, 1722, Ann Marshall, of Bridgend, Stonehouse; she died 19 November, 1771, aged 67; bur. at Eastington, 26 November, 1771, m.i.

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Giles Clutterbuck and Ann Marshall had issue:

i. William Clutterbuck, born and bap. at Eastington, 23 November, 1724; died 19 May, 1725; bur. there 20 May, 1725, m.i.
ii. Richard Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iii. Giles Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 3 August, 1733; bur. there 15 May, 1770.
iv. Anne, bap. at Eastington, 30 August, 1723; marr. at Eastington, 8 February, 1753, John Trenchard Bromfield, clerk, of Litchet Maltravers, Dorset.
v. Catherine, born 11 December, 1727; bap. at Eastington, 12 December, 1727; died 14 August, 1728; bur. there 16 August, 1728, m.i.
vi. Hannah, bap. at Eastington, 6 July, 1730; marr. there 28 July, 1757. Rev. Samuel Glass, D.D., M.A., F.R.S., Chaplain in Ordinary to George III.; Rector of St. Mary’s, Hanwell, Vicar of Epsom, Rector of Wanstead, Prebendary of Shalford, Prebendary of Oxgate, born 1735, died in London, 27 April, 1812, and had issue.
vii. Sarah.

31. VIII. Richard Clutterbuck, of Mill End, bap. at Eastington, 26 February, 1725; “died suddenly as he was returning from the public worship of God, which he constantly attended during the whole course of his life,” 27 September, 1778, aged 52, s.p. ; bur. at Eastington, 20 October, 1778, m.i. Marr. at Eastington, 19 September, 1769, Ann, dau. of Ellis James; she marr. 2ndly, at Eastington, 7 May, 1782, William Fryer, of Wheatenhurst, and their only child and heiress, Ann Clutterbuck Fryer was baptized at Eastington, 12 March 1783, and marr. there, 23 May, 1818, Henry Charles Eycott.

We now revert to:
32. V. John Clutterbuck, of Newcastle [4th son of Richard Clutterbuck (27)], merchant, bap. at Eastington, 17 August, 1634, died 3 July, 1717; bur. at St. John’s Church, Newcastle-on-Tyne, m.i. Marr. (1) Priscilla Place, of Newcastle; 2ndIy, Anne Collier, and 3rdly, Barbara Flins, widow. Issue:

i. John Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Richard Clutterbuck, bur. at St. John’s Church, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 9 November, 1702, m.i.
iii. James Clutterbuck, bur. at St. John’s Church, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 3 April, 1692, m.i.
iv. Hannah, marr. William Wharton, Attorney-at-law, of Hertford, Co. Northumberland.
v. Anne, marr. John Simpson, of Northumberland, both living, 1781.
vi. Hannah, bur. at St. John’s Church, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 16 July, 1683, m.i.
vii. Catherine, bur at St. John’s Church, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 23 July, 1683, m.i.

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33. VI. John Clutterbuck, of Newcastle and Warkworth, co. Northumberland; died 20 February, 1720, aged 43; bur. in Warkworth Church, m.i. By his 1st wife who was bur. in St. John’s Church, Newcastle, he had issue:
i. Hannah, bur. in St. John’s, Newcastle.

By his 2nd wife, who was bur. in St. John’s, Newcastle, he had issue:
ii. Anna, bur. in St. John’s, Newcastle.

He marr. 3rdly, Elizabeth, widow of Rev. … Jon, Vicar of Warkworth, and had issue:
iii. Richard Clutterbuck, of whom next.

34. VII. Richard Clutterbuck, of Warkworth, died there 24 May, 1786; marr. Margaret, dau. of George Ord, of Longridge, co. Durham; she died, February, 1814, aged 91. Issue:

i. John Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. and iii. Two daughters, living, unmarried, 1782.
iv. Elizabeth, marr. February, 1770, Rev. Thomas Bales, Rector of Wharton, and died at Warkworth, 9 February, 1806; he was born 3 December, 1735, and died 26 August, 1794, leaving issue.

35. VIII. John Clutterbuck, of Warkworth, J.P., died 19 November, 1832 ; marr. 17 February, 1776, Anne, dau. and co-heiress of Capt. Patrick Lyon, of East Thetford. Issue
i. Richard Clutterbuck.
ii. John Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iii. George Clutlerbuck, Captain 1st Guards, present at Barosa, 1811 ; died at Warkworth, 19 March, 1813, aged 25.
iv. Anne.
v. Margaret, died April, 1855, aged 75, m.i.
vi. Eliza Maria, marr. 1822, as his 2nd wife, Rev. Thomas Cave Winscome, B.D., Vicar of Warkworth; he was born 10 October, 1787, and died 6 March, 1840, m.i.
vu. Susanna, marr. Francis Foster, of Buston Vale.

36. IX. John Clutterbuck, of Warkworth, J.P., Major 65th Regt.; born 5 September, 1784, died at Warkworth, 18 September, 1857, m.i.; marr. 31 October, 1821, Mary Anne, youngest dau. of the Hon. Thomas Lyon, of Hetton House, Durham, 3rd son of Rt. Hon. Thomas, 8th Earl of Strathmore.

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John Clutterbuck and Mary Anne Lyon had issue:

i. John Lyon Clutterbuck, Captain 37th Regt, born 13 February, 1824, fell Barrackpore in India, 14 June, 1857.
ii. Thomas Clutterbuck, of Warkworth, born 11 December, 1826, died 1890.
iii. Charles Henry Clutterbuck, Lieut R.N., killed in action before the Pelho Forts in China, 2 June, 1859.
iv. Mary, marr. at Warkworth, 1 September, 1863, Rev. George Marsh Gurley, Rector of Branchland, Northumberland.
vi. Frances Anne, died 16 January, 1898; marr. 19 August, 1845, Robert Fellowes, of Shotesham Park, Norfolk, J.P., D.L., he was born 13 October 1817, and died 31 August, 1915, leaving issue.
vii. Susan Harriet, marr. at Warkworth, 15 August, 1861, Walter John Brown C.B., of the Indian Army.
viii. Charlotte Eliza, marr. at Warkworth, 7 December, 1854, Rev. John Mount Barlow, Rector of Ewhurst, Surrey.

We now revert to:

37. LV. Samuel Clutterbuck, of Dunton, Co. Bucks., clerk in holy orders 3rd son of William Clutterbuck (26)1], bap. at Eastington 1592, instituted Rector of Dunton, 1621; died 9 April, 1658, “being Good Friday” (Smith’s Obituary), bur. at Dunton, m.i., will dated August, 1657, proved P.C.C., 7 June, 1658. Marr. Francis Smith, “my loving and elder sister, Mrs Francis Clutterbuck, widdow died at her daughter Langton’s house in Lincolnshire,” 16 March 1665 (Smith’s Obituary).
Samuel Clutterbuck and Francis Smith had issue:

i. Thomas Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Richard Clutterbuck, of the parish of St. Matthew, Friday Street, “fell sick and died in Leicestershire, 20 August. 1666.” (Smith’s Obituary). Admon. P.C.C., 5 October, 1666.
iii. John Clutterbuck, citizen and grocer of London, living 1700; ? father “Alice, dau. to my cousin, John Clutterbuck, my god-daughter, buried 8 August, 1655.” -(Smith’s Obituary)1
iv. Frances, living 1700, marr … Langton.
?v. Susan.

1 The Obituary of Richard Smyth, published by the Camden Society, contains also the following entries:
“1648, November 22. Richard Clutterbuck, Stationer, died.
1664, November 16. Mrs. Abbott, once wife to Mr. Hansom, of Whittington College and before to Mr. Clutterbuck, died.”

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38. V. The Venerable Thomas Clutterbuck, D.D., born at Dunton about 1624, pensioner at Emmanuel Coll., Cambridge, 1639, B.A., 1643; MA., 1646; D.D., per lit. reg. Cambridge, 1669; Fellow of Magdalen Coll., Oxford, 1644, Rector of Leckford, Hants., 1660; Vicar of South Stoneham, Chancellor of York, 1660; collated Rector of St. Mary, Southampton, 2 September, 1662; Archdeacon of Winchester, 31 July, 1684; died 1700, will dated 9 May, 1700, proved P.C.C., 8 January, 1700/1; bur. at St. Mary, Southampton. The name of his first wife is unknown; Smith, in his obituary, says that she was a “good woman in letting of her blood,” and that she “died 4 July, 1656, bur.10the.” Mrs Clutterbuck was bur. at St. Matthew, Friday Street, 10 July, 1655.
He marr. 2ndly (marriage license dated 9 June, 1662), Susan, “dau. Of Mr Roger Norton, printer in Blackfriars,” and Susan, his wife; she was then aged 22; she was living 9 May, 1700.
Thomas Clutterbuck and Susan Norton had issue:

i. Roger Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Mary, living, 9 May, 1700; marr. (1) Rev …Duke, Rector of Waltham,
and 2ndy, Rev … Parker, D.D.
iii. Hester, marr. … King.
iv. Jane
v. Anne, marr. As his first wife, 19 December, 1695, Richard Pocoke, Master of the Grammar School at Southampton; she died 24 December, 1696.

39. VI. Roger Clutterbuck, of Southampton, Patent Searcher in H.M. Customs, bap. At St. Anne, Blackfriars, London, 28 October, 1663; trustee of his father’s will, living 1734. Marr. (1) at Allington, 11 June, 1691. Elizabeth Fockes, of Sunesberre, and by her had issue:
40.
i. Samuel Clutterbuck, a Major in the Army; living 9 May, 1700, emigrated to Ireland, and probably married Mary, dau. of Richard Cromleholme Bury (he died 23 November, 1691), by Esther, younger dau. of David Sollom (she died 13 October, 1701, aged 29). Mary Clutterbuck was living 1754, and had issue :-a dau., Jane, living 1754. In the Medical Directory for 1888, occurs: Austin Samuel Clutterbuck, Kilgrogg House, Ardfinane, Cahir, co. Tipperary, L.R.C.S.I. (1886). Thomas Clutterbuck, graduated BA. at Dublin University, 1714. Lorenzo Clutterbuck, B.A., 1855; M.A. 1895; Curate of Bredon, 1878, of Fridaybridge Vicarage, Wisbech, in 1895, and of Teversham Rectory in 1905, now deceased.
ii. Thomas Clutterbuck, of whom next.

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He marr. 2ndly Frances Champion, and had issue:
iii. Charles Clutterbuck, of Southampton, searcher in H.M. Customs, died November, 1783, aged 71, bur. at St. Mary, Southampton. Marr. Mary Brougham, of Suffolk, and had issue:
1. Frances, died s.p.
2. Dorothy, died, s.p.
iv. Adam Clutterbuck, died at Marazion, s.p.
v. Susan.

40. VII. Thomas Clutterbuck, Commander on St. Mary Island in Scilly. Admon. granted P.C.C., 19 August, 1757; marr. at Paul, 18 November, 1726, Juliana,1 eldest dau. of James Keigwin of Mousehold, co. Cornwall, and his wife, Juliana Musgrave, of Nettlecombe, co. Somerset; she died before 1757.

Thomas Clutterbuck and Juliana Keigwin had issue:
i. Samuel Clutterbuck, died young, s.p.
ii. Thomas Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iii. Juliana, marr. Rev. Henry Penneck, of Cheriton Fitz Payne, co. Devon, and had issue, see post; she was living, a widow, 1793.

41. VIII. Thomas Clutterbuck, of Marazion, co. Cornwall, Attorney-at-law (enrolled 8 December, 1751), born at Marazion, 13 July, 1728; died there 6 November, 1781; bur. at St. Hilary. Marr. Mary, dau. of Christopher Masterman, of Truro, merchant; she died at Almesford, 5 June, 1813, and was bur. there.
Thomas Clutterbuck and Mary Masterman had issue:
i. Thomas Clutterbuck, of Truro. Attorney-at-law, Recorder of Truro, born 16 September, 1755. Marr. (1) at Madron, co. Cornwall, 23 December, 1782, his first cousin, Lydia, dau. of Rev. Henry Penneck, of Cheriton Fitz Payne (see ante); she was born 6 December, 1757; died at Truro, 8 July, 1814. He marr. 2ndly at Salogan, co. Cornwall, 10 August, 1815, Jane Dungay, of Salogan.
ii. Christopher Masterman Clutterbuck, Lieut. R.N., born 19 November, 1756; died at Bristol, 17 November, 1806, s.p. Marr. at St. Nicholas, Cork, 25 July, 1806, Honora Ryan, of Cork.
iii. Charles Caspar Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iv. Samuel Clutterbuck, died 1782, s.p.
v. Henry Clutterbuck, of whom hereafter.
vi. Catherine, died at St. Hilary, Cornwall, s.p.
1 Descended from the Blood Royal of England. From Edward I. and Eleanor of Castile, through their daughter, Elizabeth, the Courtenays, Trethuffe, Tregarthian, Wadham; from thdr daughter Joan, the De Clares, Stafford, Warwick, Westmorland, Scrope, Wyndham, Wadham. From Edward I. and Margaret of France, through Thomas of Bratherton, Mowbray, Howard, Wyndham, Wadham, Gifford and Keigwin.

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vii. Mary, born 22 December, 1762 ; marr. at Truro, James Bennett, of Cadbury House, Somerset; he died 8 January, 1815, and was bur. at North Cadbury.
viii. Juliana, born 2 February 1768; died 18 January, 1852; marr. at North Cadbury, 7 December, 1801, James Woodforde, of Almesford, Somerset, M.D.; born 22 August, 1771; died 6 July, 1837, and had issue.1

42. IX. Charles Caspar Clutterbuck, of Falmouth and North Cadbury, Somerset, Attorney-at-law (enrolled 24 January, 1783), born 21 November, 1761; died 13 July, 1836, aged 74. Marr. at St. Cuthbert’s, Wells, 17 April, 1803, Harriet, dau. of Robert Lax, of Knapwell House, Wells.
Charles Caspar Clutterbuck and Harriet Lax had issue:

i Thomas Clutterbuck, born at North Cadbury; marr. Maria Teresa L’Angeli, and had issue:
1. Thomas Clutterbuck, died s.p.
2. Charles Clutterbuck, died s.p.
3. Henry Clutterbuck, died s.p.
ii. James Bennett Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iii. Charles Clutterbuck, died in Jamaica, February, 1832, aged, 17 s.p.
iv. Mary Bennett, marr. (1) Rev. Edward Pickering Williams, and had issue, and 2ndly, Rev … Quackett, ? Rector of Nasington.
v. Elizabeth Frances, marr. at North Cadbury, 11 April, 1844, Rev. Robert Blackburne, Fellow of Brasenose Coll., Oxford, Rector of Selham, co. Sussex, and had issue.

43. X. James Bennett Clutterbuck, of Deans Cottage, Hanwell, London, M.D., L.S.A. London (1830) in 1864, of Stanley, Victoria, Australia, in 1873; dead before 1888. Marr. Fanny, dau. of John Laurie, of London, and had issue:

i. James Caspar Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Frances Mary Charlotte, marr. (1) at St George, Hanover Square, 12 March, 1864, George Nayler, of George Street, Hanover Square, and Saville Row, London. She marr. 2ndly … Boning, attaché to the Comte de Chambord.

44. XI. James Caspar Clutterbuck, Clerk in Holy orders, B.A. (1860, Durham University), D.C.L. (1868), D.D., Bishop Cosins Hall, Durham University, of Bathwick Hill, Bath, in 1878; Inspector of Schools, Tiverton. Marr. and had issue (int. al., a son born at Mulberry House, West Brompton, 13 November, 1866).


1 Their son, James Woodforde, M.D., married Maria, daughter of Henry Clutterbuck, M.D.—(See Post).

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We now revert to:

45. IX. Henry Clutterbuck, [5th son of Thomas Clutterbuck (41)], of Bridge Street, Blackfriars, London, M.D. (Glasgow, 1804). Father of the London Faculty, born at Marazion, 28 January, 1767 articled as a pupil to James Kemp, surgeon in Truro; came to London and entered as a student at the United Hospitals of St. Thomas and Guy, passing his examinations before the Corporation of Surgeons at the Hall in the Old Bailey, 7 August 1790. He then commenced as a general practitioner in Walbrook, and founded the Medical and Chiurgical Review, which he edited for fifteen years, the last number appearing in 1807. In 1802 he went to Edinburgh, attending the classes of Dr. Munro, and Dr. James Gregory. Afterwards he attended lectures at Glasgow University, graduating in 1804, and becoming a member of the College of Physicians shortly after,1 Lecturer at St. Bartholomew’s Hospital; died at Bridge Street, 24 April, 1856. Marr. at St. Stephen, Walbrook, 1796, Harriet Matilda, youngest dau. of William Browne, solicitor, of Kirby Street, Hatton Gardens. London; she died 19 January, 1852.
Henry Clutterbuck and Hamet Matilda Browne had issue:

i. Thomas Clutterbuck, born 16 May, 1797, died 12 July, 1799.
ii. Henry Clutterbuck, born 15 July, 1798, died 1799.
iii. Edward Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iv. Octavius Masterman Clutterbuck, born 28 November, 1806, bap. at St. Ann, Blackfriars, 5 January, 1809; died 2 October, 1810.
v. Harriet, born 13 November, 1799; died s.p. 1884; marr. … Shaw,
of Helston.
vi. Maria, born 3 January, 1801; marr. (1) 2 May, 1829, James Woodforde,2 Assistant-Surgeon, H.E.I.C.S., of Castle Cary, co. Somerset, born 26 February, 1804; died in India, 1 September, 1838, and had issue.3 She marr. (2) … Hullon.
vii. Julia, born 29 Janurary, 1804; bap. at St. Anne, Blackfriars, 5 January, 1809; marr. 16 November, 1826, James Tod, Lieut.-Col. H.E.I.C.S., the author of the Annals and Antiquities of Rajasthan, and Travels in Western


1 He was the author of several treatises on fever, etc. For nearly seventy years he was an active member of his profession, and it is said that he even saw patients on the day of his death. He was seven times President of the Medical Society, and attended its anniversary meetings for upwards of sixty years. His attendance at the last resulted in the accident which cost him his life, for on his way home he was knocked down by a cab and died shortly afterwards. - See the Dictionary of National Biography, vol x.
2 Son of James Woodforde, M.D., and Juliana Clutterbuck (see ante)
3 Two daughters, the elder marr. M. Pacotte, and had issue, two daus. both died, s.p. The younger marr. (1) Charles Lucas Babbington, H.E.I.C.S., and had three sons and a daughter, who all had issue, save the youngest son. She marr. 2ndly, Patrck, O’Hea, and had three sons, all of whom had issue.

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India: he was born at Islington, 20 March, 1782, and died 17 November, 1835, leaving issue.1
viii. Louisa, born 8 November, 1812; marr. at St. Andrews, N.B., 31 August, 1842, Harvey Morris, M.D., Surgeon R.N., and had issue.
46. X. Edward Clutterbuck, Lt. Col. 38th Madras Native Infantry; born 18 September, 1805; bap. at St. Ann, Blackfriars, 5 January, 1809; died at Penzance, 1 July, 1863. Marr. (1) at Llantaman, 1844, Amy, dau. of John James, of Llantaman, co. Monmouth; she died at Secundarabad, 22 December, 1845. He marr. 2ndly in Madras, 17 July, 1849, Elizabeth Caroline, dau. of Col. Augustus Thomas Watson.
Edward Clutterbuck and Elizabeth Caroline Watson had issue:
i. Henry Thomas Myddleton Clutterbuck, born March, 1853, died s.p., March, 1911.
ii. Lewis Augustus Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iii. Emily Augusta, born April, 1851.
iv. Kate Isabel, born at Portishead, Somerset, 17 March, 1859, died s.p., 1894.
47. XI. Lewis Augustus Clutterbuck, of Hampstead, London, Col. R.A.S.C., M.D. (1906) and B.S. (with honours) at Durham University (1903) M.R.C.P., D.P.H. (Cambridge University),born at Kamptee in Madras, 22 May, 1854; joined the Control Department of the Army in 1872, and after serving for many years on the General Staff as Deputy Assistant, and Assistant Adjutant General, he retired in 1902. Having while still serving obtained a Scottish medical qualification, he at once passed the “Arts” Examination at Durham
1 James Tod went to India in 1798, as a cadet in the E.I.C.S., and joined the 2nd European Regt. In 1800, he was transferred as Lieut. to 14th Native Inf. and then to 25th N.I. In 1817, he served as captain in the force sent by the Marquess of Hastings against Holkar, and as he had surveyed the country at his own expense, he did most useful service. From 1818 to 1828, he was Political Agent of W. Rajputana. In 1824, he became Major and in 1826, Lt.-Col. He had two sons, who died s.p., and one daughter, Mary Augusta, who marr, 1856, Charles Hams Blunt, C.B, Major-General, Bengal Artillery. He was born 7 September, 1825, and died 15 August, 1900, bur. at Adderbury. He entered E.I.C.S. in 1842, served in the Sutlej campaign, 1846 at Sabraon, in the Punjab campaign, was at the siege of Delhi, battle of Najafghar, action at Agra, Relief of Lucknow (Lord Clyde’s), where he was the hero of a very dashing performance with the guns at the Sikandarbagh, at the action of Shamshabad, capture of the fort and town of Kalpi. In Lord Robert’s words, “Seldom, if ever, has a battery, and its commander had a grander record to show.” Issue:
1. Edward Walter Blunt-MacKenzie, Major (ret.), R.H.A., b. at Mean Meer, 19 May, 1860. Ed. at Charterhouse and R.M.A., Woolwich. Served in Ashanti Campaign 1895-6, and in Sierra Leone, 1899. A.B.C. to H.R.H. The Duke of Connaught, 1894-6. Embarkation Staff Officer, 1914. Served in Gallipoli and France, 1914-18; J.P. and D.L. for Ross and Cromarty. Assumed additional surname of Mackenzie, 1905. Marr. December, 1899, Sibell Lilian, Countess of Cromartie, Viscountess Tarbat, Baroness of Castlehaven and Macleod, born 14 August, 1878, of Castle Leod, Rosshire. Issue:
i. Roderick Grant Francis, Viscount Tarbat, born 24 October, 1904.
ii. The Hon. Walter Blunt-Mackenzie, born 6 December, 1906.
iii. Lady Isobel Blunt-Mackenzie, born 22 March, 1921.
2. Charles David McKinnon Blunt, of Halle Place, Adderbury, born, 1865; Ed., Wellington; served Riel Rebellion, Canada, 1885; Matabeleland, 1896; S. African War, 1899-1900; Capt., 4th Seaforth Highlanders, in France, 1914-16.
3. Mary Allan, b. 1857; d. 1858.
4. Janet Heatly, b. 28 April, 1859.
5. Beatrice Marian, b. 7 September, 1861; died 1 December, 1900, bur. at Adderbury.
Looking at the miniature of Julia Tod, née Clutterbuck, a Dutchman and his wife, friends of Captain Blunt, were struck by the resemblance of Julia to Miss Clotterbooke Patyn’not, of Zeist, Holland, though they were quite unaware that Captain Blunt had any Clutterbuck connections.

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University, and gained the degrees mentioned above. During the Great War of 1914-18 he was employed on recruiting duties, and 1ater became Chairman of a Pensions Medical Board. He has issue:
i. Lewis St. John Rawlinson Clutterbuck, O.B.E., Major R.F.A., born in Dublin, 30 Jane 1884; during the Great War his name was twice brought to the notice of the Secretary of State far War. Marr. Sept. 1907, Isabella Jessie, 2nd dau. of Col. Julian Robert John Jocelyn, C.B., R.A. (son of Hon. Augustus George Frederick Jocelyn, 5th son of Robert, 2nd Earl of Roden); she was born 20 December, 1883. They have issue:
1. John Henry Clutterbuck, born 19 April, 1912.
2. Robert Julian Clutterbuck, born, 22 March, 1916.
3. Richard Lewis Clutterbuck, born, 22 November, 1917.
4. Jessie Jocelyn, born 15 August, 1908.

We now revert to:

48. IV. Josias Clutterbuck, of Bristol [4th son of William Clutterbuck (26), grocer, bap. at Eastington, i6oo; died 6 January 1659, aged 59: buried at All Saints, Bristol, 12 January, 1659, m.i.; will dated 24 December, 1659, proved P.C.C., 17 October, 1660; marr. Margaret, dau. of Richard Colston, of Bristol, merchant; her will dated 28 June, 1673, proved P.C.C. 3 July, 1674; bur. at All Saints, Bristol, 30 December, 1673.
Josias Clutterbuck and Margaret Colston had issue:
i. Sir Thomas Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Sir William Clutterbuck, of Bristol1, and of Bradley (which he purchased of the executors of William Oldisworth, his relative, see page 47), Knight, grocer, Mayor of Bristol in 1683, when he entertained Eleanor Gwyn, and was Knighted on that occasion2, 27 November, 1683. His will in which in which he bequeathes £10 to “that pious and Right Reverend Father in God, Doctor Thomas Ken, late Bishop of Bath and Wells, my most honoured friend,” was proved P.C.C., 30 April, 1708; born about 1632; bur. at All Saints’, Bristol, 4 March, 1707, s.p. He marr (1) Sarah, dau.

1 According to Bristol Past and Present, he was a grocer of Corn Street, became a member of the Corporation 24 September 1671; sheriff 1678; and received the thanks of the grand jury “for serving his country against Dissenters and his impartiality in keeping the gaol as Newgate.” In 1684 he was made a knight, alderman and mayor by the king. 30 June, 1702, he resigned all his public offices owing to ill-health, and, dying in 1707, was bur. in All Saint’s Church. His widow afterwards married John Romsey, the Town Clerk. To the Church of St. Augustine be bequeathed a gilt plate weighing 28 ounces, to be used at the administration of the Holy Sacrament. He also gave £40 the interest thereof to be delivered in bread to the poor of the parish every Lord’s day; to Christ Church parish, £50, the interest thereof 20s. for a sermon, 10s. to the clerk, and 20s. to the poor in bread; and £40, the interest to the poor of St. Peter’s.
2 “November, 1683. The King came to Bristol privily with Mistress Nell Gwyn, being moved thereto to see the window she had set up in the Colledge. They dined with Mr. Mayor. William Clutterbuck, grocer, who had been chosen by his Majesty’s special command, and after dinner he knighted Mr. Mayor, and departed privily as he did come.”-MS. (Gloucestershire Notes and Queries I.)

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of John Vernon, of Hanbury, co. Worcester, who was living 1673. He marr. 2ndly Susannah Poole, who marr. 2ndly John Romsey, of Bristol; her will dated 4 September, 1716, was proved by him P.C.C., 5 December, 1717.
iii. Richard Clutterbuck, bur. at All Saints, Bristol, “in the alley next the Lands,” 7 June, 1676, s.p.
iv. Giles Clutterbuck, bur. at All Saints, Bristol, 24 March, 1636, s.p.
v. Josias Clutterbuck, died s.p., before 1699.
vi. Anne, died s.p.
vii. Margaret, marr. Richard Netherway, of Bristol, and was living 1673.
viii. Martha, died s.p.; will dated 24 December, 1696, proved at Bristol, 25 January, 1699.
ix. Elizabeth, marr. George Larkin, of Bristol, and had issue. Living 1696.
x. Mary, marr. George Twogood of Bristol, and had issue. Living 1673.
xi. Christian, marr James Fisher, of Bristol, grocer. Living 1696.
xii. Ursula, died s.p.
xiii. Sarah, marr. (1) James Marriott, of Bristol, and 2ndly, Giles Merrick, of St. Stephen, Bristol, merchant, (Marriage License dated 17 July, 1669). Living unmarried, 1660.
xiv. Cisley, bur. at All Saints, Bristol, 22 Nov. 1638.

49. V. Sir Thomas Clutterbuck, Knight, merchant and Alderman of London; Knighted at Whitehall, 4 August, 1669; Consul at Leghorn1; a Commissioner to victual the King’s Navy in the Mediterranean Seas, and one of the gentlemen nominated as one of the intended Knights of the Royal Oak,2 he died, 11 February, 1682; bur. at Ware, co. Herts., 14 February, 1682; admon. granted P.C.C., February, 1682-3. Marr. Martha, dau. of George Swanley, of Hackney, “a sea captain”; she died 20 August, 1724; bur. at Ware.
Sir Thomas Clutterbuck and Martha Swanley had issue:
i. Charles C1utterbuck, of Greenwich, Kent, died there 16 July, 1679, s.p., aged 18, and bur. there 24 July, 1679. Admon. granted to his mother, December, 1684.
ii. Anne, marr. (marriage license dated 26 June, 1680), Sir Thomas Burton, of Stockerton, co. Leicester, Bart.; he died 1725 and she, I705 both bur. at Newark-on-Trent, leaving issue.
iii. Catherine Marian, born in Italy, died 8 September, 1685, bur. at Ware, 12 September, 1685.
iv. Theresa Victoria, born in Italy, died 3 January, 1695, bur. at Ware.
v. Margherita Felicia, born in Italy, died 13 February, 1739 in Queen Square Court, Soho; bur. at Ware, 21 February, 1739.

1 See State Papers, Domestic, passim.
2 Pepys in his diary, under 4 February, 1663, mentions him thus: “To Paul’s School, and up to hear the upper form examined; and there was kept, by very many of the Mercers, Clutterbucke, Barker, Harrington, and many others; and with great respect used by them all and had a noble dinner.”

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We now revert to
50. IV. John Clotterbooke, of Rodborough [5th son of William Clotterbucke (26)], bap. at Eastington, 5 December, 1605; will dated 21 July, 1673, proved at Gloucester, 2 May, 1681. Marr. Israel Greene, of Horsier, and had issue:
i. Jasper Clotterbooke, of whom next
ii. Thomas Clotterbooke.
iii. John Clotterbooke, bap. at Horsley, 21 February, 1628.
iv. Samuel Clotterbooke, bap. at Horsley, 24 February, 1629.
v. William Clotterbooke, bap. at Horsley, 4 March, 1632. Had issue:
1. Daniel Clotterbooke, bap. at Rodborough, 11 April, 1677.
2. William Clotterbooke, bap. at Rodborough, 9 March, 1678.
3. Sarah, bap. at Rodborough, 25 June, 1679.
vi. Daniel Clotterbooke, had issue:
i. Daniel Clotterbooke.
vii. Richard Clotterbooke,1 bap. at Rodborough, 25 March, 1638; bur. there 19 September, 1734.
51. V. Jasper Clotterbooke, of Rodborough, will dated 16 October, 1706, proved at Gloucester, 10 May, 1707; bur. at Rodborough, 12 November, 1706. Marr. at King Stanley, 12 May, 1664, Sarah Ward; she was bur. at Rodborough, 27 January, 1715.
Jaspar Clotterbooke and Sarah Ward had issue:
i. Jasper Clutterbuck, bap. at Rodborough, 30 September, 1670, bur. there, 17 March, 1697.
ii. John Clutterbuck, bur. at Rodborough, 27 September, 1700.
iii. William Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iv. Samuel Clutterbuck, bap. at Rodborough, 20 September, 1681. d. s.p.
v. Sarah, living 1673.
? vi. Elizabeth, marr. at Rodborough, 11 November, 1699, Richard Daviss.
52. VI. William Clutterbuck, living 1706, marr. and had issue:
i. John Clutterbuck, ? bur. at Rodborough, 2 October, 1701, marr, twice; by his second wife he had issue:
1. Samuel, who marr. and had issue:
Charles.
2. Elizabeth, marr. … Sydenham.

1 Rudder in his History of Gloucestershire, p 629, says of him: “Richard Clutterbuck, born at Rodborough in 1638 was a person of extraordinary endowments. Mr. Thimothy Nourse saw him in the year 1693, and relates the following particulars which I have in his own handwriting. At three years of age this person enjoyed only such a portion of sight as enabled him to discern a difference between black and white, and at twelve he was totally dark and so continued till his death; notwithstanding which he walked up and down all the uneven ground in the neighbourhood, and no ground can be more uneven, without a guide. He could tell when an hour glass was run out by his hearing, which was so acute as to discover the lowest whisper in an adjoining room. He was a curious mechanic and made oatmeal mills and pepper mills and could make a wheel for a clothmill with great advantage. He took a watch in pieces and mended it, and made a handsome chain for his own watch. He made violins, bass-viols, and citterns and a set of virginals with double jacks and other improvements which were of his own invention, and played on each of these instruments. He taught music according to a scale of his own forming, and cut his notes upon pieces of wood. He ran a race of two hundred yards length, after being turned three times round in many difficult circumstances and could not be deceived.”

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WE now revert to the descendants of Richard Clotterbooke (2), of King Stanley, who died 1591. By Elizabeth his second wife, his eighth son was:

53. III. Jasper Clotterbooke, of King Stanley, clothier, died 16 and was buried at King Stanley, 20 March, 1627; will dated ii March, 1627, proved P.C.C., 14 May, 1628.
His inquisition post mortem was taken at Gloucester, 13 August, 1628, and shows that he was possessed partly by inheritance, partly by purchase of a very considerable amount of property in King Stanley; his eldest son, John Clutterbook, is stated to have been upwards of 31 years of age at his father’s death.
Jasper Clutterbuck marr. (1) Joan, who was bur. at King Stanley, 2 September, 1595, and by her had issue:
i. John Clotterbook, of whom next.
He marr. 2ndly, Margaret, dau. of Laurence Halliday, whose will dated 21 August, 1647, was proved P.C.C., 1 May, 1654.
Their post-nuptial settlement, dated 9 August, 1614, is fully recited in his inquisition post mortem and settles various lands in King Stanley upon her and their sons Thomas, Richard and William.
Jasper Clotterbooke and Margaret Halliday had issue:

ii. Richard Clutterbuck, of whom hereafter.
iii. Thomas Clutterbuck, bap. at King Stanley, 5 December, 1602; living 1654, with issue.
iv. William Clutterbuck, B.D., clerk in holy orders, bap. at King Stanley, 17 June, 1604; Pensioner at Trinity, Cambridge, 1623, scholar from Westminster; B.A., 1626/7; M.A., 1631; B.D., 1639; ordained priest (Norwich), 22 December, 1639; Instituted Rector of Woodham Ferrars, 11 November, 1641, and of Danbury, Essex, 3 October, 1662; 1died 1665 (before 23 February).
v. Elizabeth, bap. at King Stanley, 20 March, 1607; marr. before 1627 … Daniels, and had issue.
vi. Anne, bap. at King Stanley, 25 June, 1609; marr. Thomas Webb.


1 See Newcort’s Repertorium, vol. 2 pp. 205 and 682.

Note. - In the King Stanley Register, the baptisms of the following children of a Jasper Clutterbuck are recorded; it is not possible to say with any certainty if they were the children of the foregoing.
1. Sara, September, 1594.
2. Anne, 27 July, 1600; she was bur. at King Stanley, 19 August, 1604.
3. Samuel, 26 July, 1601.
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vii. Sarah, bap. at King Stanley, 9 December, 1610; rnarr. Daniel Lysons.
viii. Deborah, bap. at King Stanley, 24 May, 1613; marr. … Everard.
ix. Margaret, bap. at King Stanley, 24 September, 1615; marr. there, 24 July,
1641, Samuel Adams

54. IV. John Clotterbooke, of King Stanley, dothier, bap. there, 24 August, 1596; bur. there, 15 May, 1680 (his altar tomb outside east end of the church); will dated, 22 December, 1663, proved at Gloucester, 15 January, 1680/1.
Marr. 1st Eleanor Tollemache, who died and was bur. at King Stanley 9 October, 1646, m.i.
John Clotterbooke and Eleanor Tollemache had issue:
i. Thomas Clotterbooke, of whom next.
ii. Jasper Clotterbooke, bap. at King Stanley, 30 March, 1634; of Threadneedle Street, London, merchant, and a partner at Smyrna with his cousins Robert and Joseph Clutterbuck; died 23 January, 1697/8, aged 63; bur. in St. Martin Outwich, London, 28 January, 1697/8, m.i. Will dated 26 August, 1697, proved P.C.C., 1 February, 1697/8.
iii. Margaret, bap. at King Stankley, 28 October, 1633 marr. there 4 August, 1659, Charles Church.
iv. Sarah, bap. at King Stanley, 17 November, 1636; marr. there 13 October, 1662, Richard Hale, and was bur. at King Stan1ey, 8 December, 1725.

By his second wife, Margaret, who was bur. at King Stanley, 4 July, 1691; admon. granted P.C.C., 1696, he had issue:
v. John Clutterbuck, bap. at King Stanley, 16 July, 1648.
vi. Richard Clotterbucke, bap. at King Stanley, 27 January, 1649; died 17 June, 1700.
vii. Samuel Clotterbooke, bap. at King Stanley, 5 December, 1651; bur. at King Stanley, 15 March, 1683.
viii. William Clotterbooke, bap. at King Stanley, 12 June, 1656; died 7 March, 1683, bur. at King Stanley, to March, 1683; Admon., 1684.

55. V. Thomas Clotterbooke, of Stanley House, clothier, bap. At King Stanley, 27 September, 1632; died 26 May, and bur. there 29 May, 1696, m.i.; will dated 14 May, 1694; proved P.C.C. 27 July, 1696. He appears to have disclaimed his right to arms at the Heralds’ Visitation of Gloucestershire in 1682. He marr. at Stonehouse 5 July, 1660, Abigail, dau. of William and Ester Andrews, of Bridgend, Stonehouse; she died and was bur. at King Stanley, 21 June, 1681, aged 39, m.i.

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Thomas Clotterbooke and Abigail Andrews had issue:
i. Jasper Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. William Clutterbuck, of Stonehouse, born 13 March, 1669; lived at Bridgend with his sister Mary and outlived his brother Jasper and enlarged the house at King Stanley, which he left to his nephew Jasper; bur. at Stonehouse, 8 April, 1698; will dated 3 January, 1697, proved P.C.C., 9 April 1698/9.
iii. Thomas Clutterbuck, born 6 January, 1671; bap. at Stonehouse, January, 1671; died 5 May, and bur. there, 8 May, 1675, m.i.
iv. Hester, born 25 August, 1662, and bap. at Stonehouse, 31 August, 1662; died 8 October and bur. at Stonehouse, 15 October, 1679, m.i.
v. Abigail, born 6 October, 1665, and bap. at Stonehouse 12 October, 1665; marr. at King Stanley, 30 April, 1665, Isaac Smith, of Dursley, clothier and had issue. She was living 22 July, 1700.
vi. Sarah, bap. at Stonehouse, 11 October, 1667; marr. at Stonehouse, 11 July, 1697, Henry Smith, of Kinswood (brother to the above Isaac Smith) and had issue. She was living 22 July, 1700.
vii Mary. born 19 May, 1674, and bap. at Stonehouse, 22 May, 1674; rnarr. at Stonehouse, Sylvanus Lysons, of Hempstead, and had issue. She died 19 July. 1750; he died 9 December, 1731, aged 66.
viii. Elizabeth, bap. at Stonehouse, 7 September, 1677; died 20 September, and bur. at Stonehouse, 21 September, 1677, m.i.
ix. Hester, bap. at Stonehouse, 19 October, 1679; died 16 December, and bur.
there, 20 December, 1697, m.i.

56. VI. Jasper Clutterbuck, of Stanley House, clothier, born 30 March, 1664; bap. at Stonehouse, 3 April, 1664; died 5 October, and was bur. at King Stanley, 9 October, 1696, aged 33; an oval brass plate to his memory is in King Stanley Church; marr. At Stonehouse, 8 February, 1687, Catherine, only dau. of Giles Nash, of Stonehouse, clothier, by Easter, his second wife, daughter of Anthony Kingscote, of Kingscote; she marr. 2ndly at King Stanley, 30 September, 1711, William Payne, and died 27 September, 1749, aged 86; bur. at King Stanley, 29 September, 1749; her will dated 13 March, 1749, proved P.C.C. 20 October, 1749.
Jasper Clutterbuck and Catherine Nash had issue:
i. Thomas Clutterbuck, bap. at King Stanley, 29 June, 1689; died of small-pox in London; bur. at St. Martin Outwich, London, May, 1714, aged 26, m.i.
ii. Jasper Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iii. William Clutterbuck, of whom hereafter.
iv. Giles Clutterbuck, a Blackwell hall factor in Bassinghall Street, London; born 25 June, 1695, and bap. at King Stanley, 27 June, 1695; bur. at St. Martin Outwich, London, 3 September, 1728. Admon. as of the parish of St. Michael’s Basishaw, City of London, P.C.C., 1728.

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57. VII. Jasper Clutterbuck, of Stanley House, born 1690; bap. at King Stanley, 3 April, 1691; died 18 February, 1752; bur. at King Stanley, 21 February, 1752. A marble monument to him, his wives, his son and grandson is on the north wall of the church there. He marr. (1) at Pitchcombe, 7 June, 1720, Elizabeth Cole, who died and was bur. at King Stanley, 11 August, 1723, aged 25, m.i.
He marr. 2ndly, at King Stanley, 11 August, 1737, Ann Smith, of Bristol; she died 9 November, and was bur. at King Stanley, 12 November, 1745, aged 60.
Issue:
58. VIII. Jasper Clutterbuck, of Stanley House) clothier, bap. At King Stanley, 2 August, 1723; died 22 July, 1782, m.i.; bur. at King Stanley, 26 July, 1782. He marr. at Woodchester, 24 October, 1744, Martha, dau. of Thomas Roberts, of Rodborough, clothier; she died 16 July, 1807, aged 82, bur. at King Stanley, 18 July, 1807, m.i.
Will dated 3 September, 1799, proved P.C.C., 12 December, 1807. Jasper Clutterbuck and Martha Roberts had issue:
i. Jasper Clutterbuck, bap. at King Stanley, 25 June, 1749; died of consumption 23 March, 1771, s.p.; bur. at King Stanley, 27 March, 1771, m.i.
ii. Martha, bap. at King Stanley, 9 September, 1746; bur. there 28 June, 1787, marr.1 there 28 October. 1764, John Webster, by whom she had issue, a daughter, who married Captain Gray, of Cheltenham, and conveyed Stanley House to him; it thus passed from the Clutterbuck family.
iii. Elizabeth, bap. at King Stanley, 2 December, 1751; marr. there 21 February, 1775, William Capel, of Stroud; she died s.p. 2 April and was bur. at King Stanley, 6 April, 1776.
iv. Sarah, bap. at King Stanley, 18 September, 1753; died 24 December, 1793, bur. there 28 December, 1793, m.i. Marr. at King Stanley, 5 June, 1775, as his first wife, John Hawker, and by him who died 10 June, 1826, aged 78, and was bur. at King Stanley, 17 June, 1826, m.i., she had issue.

We now revert to:
59. VII. William Clutterbuck, citizen and clothworker, of London, a wholesale linen-draper, in Milk Street, Cheapside, London, and afterwards of St. Bartholomew’s Hospital [3rd son of Jasper Clutterbuck (56)], born 20 February, 1692, bap. at King Stanley, 22 February,

1 Edmund Clutterbuck’s account of his family states that she married William Read, son of Mr. Read of Rochester, in July, 1768, and that they had issue, five daughters.

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1692; died suddenly 20 June, 1763; bur. at St. Bartholomew the Less, London, 23 June, 1763. He marr. (1), at St. Martins-in-Fields, 29 March, 1720, Barbara, dau. of Thomas and Elizabeth Hawley, of King’s Lynn, Norfolk, “a very reputable family,” and widow of … Payne, of Newgate Street, citizen and vintner of London; she was bur. at St. Lawrence, Jewry, London, 12 March, 1728. He marr. 2ndly, Elizabeth.
William Clutterbuck and Barbara Hawley had issue:
i. Edmund Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. William Clutterbuck, citizen and cooper of London, born 2 December, 1722; died 30 November, 1756; bur. at St. Bartholomew the Less, 4 December, 1756. He marr. Hannah Kemp, of Rotherhithe (who died 30 June, 1747), “by a juvenile connection which he most imprudently formed, and which his nice sense of honour would not suffer him to abandon, deprived himself of the comforts and advantages . . . which the comeliness of his person and the sweetness of his disposition might have entitled him to expect.” They had issue:
Thomas Clutterbuck, born 17 January, 1745, died at Rochester, s.p. Marr. at Strood, Kent, 30 July, 1776, Susannah Nettleford.
iii. Giles Clutterbuck, born 10 March, 1723/4, bap. at St. Lawrence, Jewry, 12 March, 1723/4; bur. there 16 September, 1724.
iv. Thomas Hawley Clutterbuck, born 15 October, 1726; bap. at St. Lawrence, Jewry, 24 October, 1726; bur. there 24 October, 1726.
v. Jasper Clutterbuck, of Hull, a tide waiter there, born 9 April, 1728; bap. at St. Lawrence, Jewry, 25 April, 1728; died 13 November, 1797; marr. 19 March, 1767, Elizabeth, dau. of John Johnson, of Hull, they had issue:
1. Jasper Clutterbuck, born 10 January, 1770; marr. at Sculcoates, 13 September, 1794, Anne Watson, of Hull; they had issue:
Jasper Watson Clutterbuck, born 15 June, 1795.
2. John Elliott Clutterbuck, born 17 January, 1771/2; died young, s,p.
3. Margaret Hawley, born 14 January, 1768; died 19 May, 1787, s.p.
4. Elizabeth, born 13 October, 1773; marr. 9 August, 1795, George Clay, of Hull.
vi. Catherine, born 7 June, 1725; bap. at St. Lawrence, Jewry, 10 June, 1725;
bur. there 22 June, 1725.

60. VIII. Edmund Clutterbuck, citizen and clothworker of London, of Islington, Middlesex; appointed December, 1788, “Controlling Surveyor of his majestie’s tobacco Warehouses in the Port of London;” he states in his genealogy that “after experiencing some difficulties … he went down to the Custom house on the 12 November, 1745, under the patronage of the late John Fremantle,

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Esq., then Western Clerk in the Secretary’s office, as a supernumerary clerk.” He was born, 9 September, 1721, bap. at St. Laurence, Jewry, 26 September, 1721; died 8 December, 1797; bur. at St. Mary, Islington, m.i.
In 1794, at the request of his son Edmund, he compiled a pedigree of his family which is contained in a letter addressed to his son and concluding as follows: “I sincerely hope it will afford you satisfaction in the perusal and that the effect it may produce in your mind may be such as is conveyed by the following Latin adage, viz., Sit calcar honoris, cernere majorum tumulos.”
The narrative pedigree he ends thus: “And I am exceedingly happy on this occasion to declare that my former wife was and my present wife is - a very virtuous, faithful, honest, prudent, affectionate and good woman; and that all my several children are dutiful and affectionate to me, sober, industrious, honest and well-behaved in their common intercourse with the world and loving and friendly to each other. To all of whom I gladly pay this voluntary testimony.”
He was a friend of David Garrick, the actor (1716-1779), with whom he associated at Tom’s Coffee house in Cornhill. He was churchwarden of St. Mary’s Islington, 1782-4, and a Trustee of Davis’ Almshouses.
He married (1), at St. Bartholomew the Less, 20 February, 1757, Susannah, dau. of David and Susannah Cappe, of Sun Street, Spitalfields, London; she died 6 July, 1761, aged 40; bur. at St. Mary, Islington, m.i.
Edmund Clutterbuck and Susannah Cappe had issue:
i. Susannah, born 4 January, 1758; died 11 January, 1835, s.p.; bur. at Islington, m.i.
ii. Sarah, born 29 June, 1761; died 25 January, 1827, s.p.; bur. at Islington, m.i.

He marr. 2ndly, at Islington, 24 August, 1766, Ann, dau. of Robert and Barbara Goddard, of Lambeth, Surrey; she died 28 March, 1810, aged 74; bur. at Islington, m.i.
Edmund Clutterbuck and Ann Goddard had issue:
iii. Edmund Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iv. Hawley Clutterbuck, of Islington, citizen and draper and leatherseller, of London, Master of the Leathersellers’ Company, 1833; born 12 January, 1770; died at Islington, 20 October, 1849, s.p.; bur. there.

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61. IX. Edmund Clutterbuck, of Lewisham, Kent, citizen and draper of London, born 3 July, 1768; died 6 March, 1845; bur. at Lewisham. Marr. 4 August, 1802, Susannah, dau. of Henry and Jane Toplis, of London, she died 26 February, 1845; bur. at Lewisham.
Edmund Clutterbuck and Susannah Toplis had issue:

i. Edmund Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Henry Clutterbuck, born 20 September, 1804; bap. at Christ Church, Newgate Street, 14 October, 1804; died 20 July, 1806; bur. at Islington.
iii. Charles Clutterbuck, of whom hereafter.
iv. Jane Anne, born 26 July, 1809; died 8 July, 1875; bur. in Tower Hamlets Cemetery, 12 July, 1875.
v. Emma, born 3 January, 1813; died at Lower Clapton, 16 January, 1881; buried in Tower Hamlets Cemetery.

62. X. Edmund Clutterbuck, citizen and draper of London, born 7 May, 1803; bap. at Christ Church, Newgate Street, 2 June, 1803; died 10 November, 1834; marr. 8 March, 1832, Harriet Mary, daughter of George Norris, of Lambeth, Surrey; she died 15 January, 1887; bur. in Tower Hamlets Cemetery.

Edmund Clutterbuck and Harriet Mary Norris had issue:

63. XI. Edmund Clutterbuck, of Lewisham, Kent, artist, born 12 February, 1833; died at Lewisham, 31 March, 1921; bur. in Tower Hamlets Cemetery. Marr. at St. Leonard’s, Shoreditch, Caroline, dau. of Huntley Beyshrempton Perfect, of Plaistow, Essex, and by her had issue:
i. Edmund Huntley Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Isabella Harriett, born at Stratford, October, 1858; bap. at St. Philip’s, Clerkenwell, 28 August, 1868. Marr. Herbert Stanley Bond.

64. XII. Edmund Huntley Clutterbuck, of Crouch End, Hornsey, born at Stratford, 2 August, 1857, bap. at St. Philip’s, Clerkenwell, 28 August, 1868; marr. at St. John’s, Hackney, 1881, Louisa Eliza Molz, and by her has issue:
i. Edmund Hawley Clutterbuck, of Crouch End, born at Hackney, 19 February, 1883; marr. at Holy Innocents, Hornsey, 5 October, 1910, Annie Marion, and dau. of Alfred Wiggs, of Edmonton; she was born 4 October, 1875. During the war of 1914—18, he served as a private in the 14th Argyle and Sutherland Highlanders, and was present at the battle of St. Eloi and was

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four times in action in open warfare during the great German retreat and the Allied advance of 1918. He has issue:
1. Edmund Hawley Clutterbuck, born at Crouch End, Hornsey, 1 January 1912.

We now revert to:
65. X. Charles Clutterbuck [3rd son of Edmund Clutterbuck (61)], citizen and draper of London, Artist, born 3 September, 1806; bap. at Christ Church, Newgate Street, 28 September, 1806; died 5 December, 1861, and was buried at Emmanuel Church, Forest Gate, Essex; marr. at St. John’s, Waterloo Road, 16 October, 1828, Hannah, dau. of John Kinlock, who died 29 June, 1882, and was bur. at Emmanuel Church, Forest Gate, Essex.
Charles Clutterbuck and Hannah Kinlock had issue:
i. Charles Clutterbuck, born 26 June, 1830, died 26 May, 1831.
ii. Robert Hawley Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iii. Charles Edmund Clutterbuck, born 15 May, 1839; died 3 June, 1883, S.p., bur. at Knights Enham, Hants.
iv. Hugh Jones Clutterbuck, born 30 October, 1845; died abroad, s.p.
v. Helen Susannah, marr. Arthur Slee, of Staines, and had issue.
vi. Hannah Charlotte, marr. Walter Kenedy and died 11 May, 1868.

66. XI. Robert Hawley Clutterbuck, Clerk in Holy Orders, citizen and draper, and tyler and bricklayer of London, F.S.A., THE COMPILER OF “COLLECTIONS RELATING TO THEFAMILY OF CLUTTERBUCK,” born 1 January, 1837; bap. at St. John, Stratford, Essex, died at Penton Mewsey, 29 August, 1896; Vicar of St. Philip’s, Clerkenwell, 1867; Lecturer, St. Antholins, London, 1880, Rector of Knights Enham, Hants, 1882, Rector of Penton Mewsey, 1890-6.
Marr. (1) at St. Paul’s, Bow Common, Middlesex, 14 February, 1863, Harriett Gill, 2nd dau. of George Washington, of London, she was born, 27 July, 1840, and died 21 May, 1875, and was bur. at Highgate Cemetery.
He marr. 2ndly at St. Philip’s, Clerkenwell, 19 July, 1877, Marianna, dau. of Thomas Hyett Mansfield, of London, citizen and tyler and bricklayer, of London.
Robert Hawley Clutterbuck and Harriett Gill Washington had issue:
i. Arthur Washington Clutterbuck, of whom next.

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ii. Ethel Lucy Mary, born 31 July, 1867; bap. at St. Philip’s, Clerkenwell, 28 August, 1867.
iii. Mary Elsie, bap. at St. Philip’s Clerkenwell, 14 August, 1870.
iv. Muriel Alice Mary, born 28 November, 1872; bap. at St. Philip’s, Clerkenwell, 28 December, 1872.

67. XII. Arthur Washington Clutterbuck, of the London Stock Exchange, and Ramsgate, Kent, Captain (temporary) East Lancashire Regiment; born 15 January, 1864; bap. at St. Paul’s, Bow Common. Marr. at All Saints, Finchley Road, 30 April, 1892, Sara Lelia, dau. of John Warden Jones, of Leamington.
Arthur Washington Clutterbuck and Sara Lelia Jones have issue:
i. Lelia Harriet Mary, born at St. John’s Wood, 7 March, 1895, bap. at All Saints, Finchley Road; marr. at Holy Trinity, Bedford, 17 July, 1915, Captain Robert Martin Weymouth Marsden, M.C., R.E., of Ramsgate, and has issue.
ii. Vera Marian, born at St. John’s Wood, 27 February, 1897; bap. at All Saints’, Finchley Road; marr. at St. Lawrence, Thanet, 18 December, 1922, George Algernon Stamers Dibley.
iii. Dorothy Gwendolen, born at Hampstead, 26 October, 1898; bap. at All Saints, Finchley Road.

We now revert to:
68. IV. Richard Clutterbuck, of London, Merchant [2nd son of Jasper Clutterbuck (53)], bap. at King Stanley, 28 May, 1599; will dated 12 April, 1670, proved P.C.C, 1 May, 1670.
He had issue:
i. Robert Clutterbuck, of Smyrna, his will dated 17 September, 1678; proved P.C.C., 8 April, 1679.
ii. Jasper Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iii. Lawrence Clutterbuck, living 1689, and probably marr. Mary … and had issue:
1. Richard Clutterbuck, bap. at St. Martin, Outwich, 26 July, 1689.
iv. Joseph Clutterbuck, of Smyrna, will dated 11 October, 1689; proved P.C.C.. 5 December, 1689, and in it he mentions his brother-in-law, “Mr. Edward Clerke.”
v. Anne, marr. John Sandys, merchant, citizen and ironmonger of London, his will dated 15 October, 1670, proved 12 November, 1670, by his executrix Ann Sandys, his wife, names his brothers-in-law, Jasper, Robert, Laurence, and Joseph Clotterbook and directs his money to be laid out in the purchase of lands in South Petherton, Somerset. He was buried at St. Martin,

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Outwich, London, and after his death his widow was of Northaw, Herts. She made her will 19 March, 1696/7, and it was proved 7 April, 1700, by her eldest son, William Sandys, a merchant at Aleppo. She desired to be buried by her husband at St. Martin, Outwich.
? vi. Mary, will as Mary Crawley of Northaw, Herts., widow, dated 12 June, 1699 ; proved 29 November, 1700. She marr. Francis Crawley, presumably of Luton, Beds., living 1673; and left issue.
vii. Margaret, living 1647.
69. V. Jasper Clutterbuck, of Threadneedle Street, London, Merchant, buried at St. Martin, Outwich, 24 June, 1709. Married (Marriage License dated 3 February, 1671/2; he was then aged 30 and upwards and she 23), Thomasine, daughter of Stephen Hames, of St. Anne, Aldersgate, London, haberdasher; her will dated 4 July, 1712, proved P.C.C., 13 March, 1715; buried at St. Martin, Outwich, 1 March, 1715/6.

Jasper Clutterbuck and Thomasine Hames had issue:
i. Stephen Clutterbuck, bap. at St. Martin, Outwich, 12 December, 1672; bur. there 23 December, 1672.
ii Jasper Clutterbuck, bap. at St. Martin, Outwich, 29 December, 1673; bur. there 6 June, 1703.
iii Richard Clutterbuck, Clerk in Holy Orders, bap. at St Martin, Outwich, 9 September, 1678; Pensioner at St. Catharine’s Coll., Cambridge, 1694; B.A., 1698/9; M.A., 1702; BD., 1701; Fellow, Proctor, 1705; Vicar of Coton, Cambridge, 1709; Clerk of Hackney, Middlesex; bur. at St. Martin, Outwich “from Hackney,” 15 February, 1709-10.
iv. Thomas Clutterbuck, bap. at St. Martin, Outwich, 11 December, 1679.
v. Robert Clutterbuck, bap. at St. Martin, Outwich, 8 January, 1680; bur. there 19 January, 1680.
vi. Lawrenee Clutterbuck, of West Ham, Essex, Merchant, bap. at St. Martin, Outwich, 3 June, 1687; bur. there 16 January, 1729. Will dated 27 March, 1723, proved P.C.C., 5 February, 1729, s.p. 1
vii. Thomazine, bap. at St. Martin, Outwich, 17 January, 1674, marr. … Gouges, and had issue.
viii. Mary, bap. at St. Martin, Outwich, 25 July, 1677; bur. there, 7 January, 1754.
ix. Ann, bap. at St. Martin, Outwich, 22 March, 1682; bur. there 7 January, 1754.
x. Elizabeth, bap. at St Martin, Outwich, 4 June, 1684; bur. there 23 November, 1736.
xi. Jane, bap. at St Martin, Outwich, 29 July, 1685; of West Ham, bur. at St. Martin, Outwich, 20 May, 1737.
xii. Margaret, bap. at St Martin, Outwich, 24 September, 1689; bur. there 9 July, 1692.

1 The Daily Post of 17 January, 1730, says under deaths: “Some days since, at West Ham In Essex, Mr. Lawrence Clotterbocke, Turkey Merchant - a Gentleman of great Probity and in every part of Life of an unexceptionable good character, and on Thursday night his corpse, was with a handsome funeral procession interred in the church of St. Martin, Outwich in this city.”

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WE now revert to the younger sons of Thomas Clutterbuck, of Leonard Stanley, who died in 1551. From William, his 3rd son, came several important lines treated of in this section, but which are now extinct in the male line. From John, his 4th son, came the Clutterbucks of Peck Street, who are dealt with next; we, therefore, commence with:

70. II. William Clotterboock,1 [3rd son of Thomas Clotterbooke, who died, 1551], of Nastend, Eastington; will dated 3 September, 1588; proved P.C.C., 9 June, 1589; bur. at Eastington, 9 September, 1589. His inquisition post mortem taken at Gloucester, 1 October, 32 Elizabeth, states that he died 9 September, 30 Eliz., that Richard, his son and heir, was then aged 35 and more, and that he was possessed of considerable property in Eastington.
By Margery, his wife, who was bur. at Eastington, 23 October, 1603, he had issue:
i. Richard Cloterbooke, of whom next.
ii. Peter Cloterbooke, bap. at Eastington, 5 June, 1562; living 32 Eliz.
iii. Fabian Cloterbooke, of whom hereafter.
? iv. Thomas Cloterbooke, bap. at Eastington, 22 February, 1560.
v. Ann, marr. at Stonehouse, 6 November, 1577, Richard Harmar, and had
issue.
vi. Agnes, living 1572.
vii. Elizabeth, bap. at Eastington 1559; living 1572.

71. III. Richard Cloterbooke, of Nastend, yeoman, bur. at Eastington, 12 April, 1623: will dated 10 February, 1620; proved at Gloucester, 21 May, 1623. Marr. (1) at Stonehouse, 10 June, 1576, Margery, dau. of William Fowler, of Stonehouse; she was bur. at Eastiugton, 25 June, 1577, leaving issue:
i. William Cloterbooke, of whom next.

1 In June, 1588, William Clutterbuck of Alkerton contributed £25 towards the defence of England, against the Spanish Armada.

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He marr. 2ndly, Dorothy, who was bur. at Eastington, 3 August, 1587, leaving issue:
ii. Josias Clotterbooke, of Eastington, weaver, bap. there 2 August, 1584; bur. there 23 February, 1624; will dated 15 February, 1624, proved at Gloucester, 1625. Marr. at Eastington, 1617, Alice Newman, who was living 1625, and had issue:
1. Richard Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 1618; living 1627.
2. Daniel Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 6 Jan. 1621; living 1627.
3. John Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 6 January, 1624. Married and
had issue:
(1) Mary, bap. at Eastington, 7 March, 1651.
(2) Sarah, born and bap. at Eastington, 20 November, 1653.
(3) Judith, bap. at Eastington, 10 February, 1655.
(4) Anna, bap. at Eastington, 15 August, 1659.
iii. Thomas Clotterbooke, of whom hereafter.
iv. Elizabeth, bap. at Eastington, 1582, living 1620.
v. Allce, living 1620.
vi. Anna, living 1620.
vii. Sarah, living 1620.

72. IV. William Clotterbooke, of Nastend, yeoman, bap. at Eastington, 25 June, 1577; bur. there 28 October, 1626, aged 49. Will dated 21 October, 1626, proved at Gloucester, 9 April, 1627 (bequeathing Xs. to poor of Eastington, Xs. to poor of Randwick, XXs. to poor of King Stanley).
His inquisition post mortem was taken at Gloucester Castle, 20 January, 1627, when the jury found that he held of the King in chief one messuage, one garden, one orchard, 8 acres of land, 14 acres of meadow in Eastington in his own occupation, and six messuages, one cottage, 80 acres of land, 8 acres of meadow and 50 acres of pasture in the occupation of Thomas Clotterbooke and others.
He marr. 2ndly (the name of his first wife is not known), Mary, dau. of John Symons; her will dated 14 June, 1630; proved at Gloucester, 3 January, 1631; bur. at Eastington, 21 June, 1630, leaving issue

73. IV. Nathaniel Clutterbuck, of Nastend and Frampton-On-Severn, stated in his father’s inquisition to have been 9 months 2 days old in October, 1626, but according to the register baptized at Eastington, 20 January, 1625; died 13 October, 1680, bur. at Eastington, 15 October, 1680, m.i.

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Marr. (1) first at Frampton-on-Severn, 1 June, 1654, “by ye anciently established Liturgy of ye Church of England, and also ye same day by ye new forme of marriage appointed in an Act of Parliament bearing date, August 24th, 1653,” and again at Eastington, 8 June, 1654, his second cousin, Margaret, dau. of John Clutterbuck (80), q.v., she was bap. at Eastington, 8 February, 1633, and died 8 May, 1657; bur. at Eastington, m.i.
Nathaniel and Margaret Clutterbuck had issue:
i. Nathaniel Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 4 March, 1654/5 died 18 July, 1656, bur. there, m.i.
ii. Richard Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 23 April, 1657; probably died young, s.p.

He marr. 2ndly, at Frampton-on-Severn, 1659, Mary, eldest dau. and co-heiress of John Clifford of Frampton; she died 7 October, 1680; bur. at Eastington, 10 October, 1680, m.i.
Nathaniel Clutterbuck and Mary Clifford had issue:
iii. William Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iv. Josias Clutterbuck, of Eastington, died 26 February, 1741, aged, 81; bur. at Eastington, 1 March, 1741, m.i. Marr. Anne Andrews; she died 14 February, 1730, aged 69, bur. at Eastington, m.i. Issue:
1. Mary, bap. at Eastington, 2 May, 1694; died 13 March, 1777, aged 83; bur. at Eastington, m.i. Marr. (1) (Marriage license dated 12 July, 1722), Daniel Partridge, of Moreton Valence, and 2ndly John Pitt, of Stonehouse; he was bur. at Eastington, 1 March, 1782.
v. John Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 18 October, 1664; died 6 September, 1668, bur. at St. Mary de Crypt, Gloucester, m.i.
vi. Robert Clutterbuck, died 12 October, 1685, aged about 20; bur. at Frampton, 16 October, 1688, m.i. Admon. to his brother, William Clutterbuck, 1686.
vii. Clifford Clutterbuck, of St. Paul’s Churchyard, London, confectioner, bap. at St. Mary de Crypt, Gloucester, 4 December, 1668; will dated 9 September, 1737; proved P.C.C., 29 October, 1740; died 24 October, 1740, s.p.
viii. Thomas Clutterbuck, died 17 February, 1693, aged about 24, s.p., bur. at Frampton, 20 February, 1693, m.i.
ix. Charles Clutterbuck, “ an eminent merchant” of London, bap. at Eastington,
13 December, 1676; bur. at Christ Church, Newgate Street, London, 15 April, 1733. By Frances, his wife, who was bur. at Christ Church, Newgate Street, 14 May, 1739, he had issue:
1. William Clutterbuck, born 1 April, 1707, bap. at Christ Church, Newgate Street, 9 April, 1707, bur. there 17 June, 1707.
2. Charles Clutterbuck, bap. at Christ Church, Newgate Street, I June,
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3. Mary, living 1737.
4. Frances, living 1737.
5. Abigail, bap. at Christ Church, Newgate Street, 28 November, 1717.
? 6. Ann, bur. at Christ Church, Newgate Street, 9 May, 1733.
x. Samuel Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 7 March, 1677, dead before 1737, s.p. (A Samuel Clutterbuck was buried at Eastington, 7 January, 1717, and another, 26 April, 1727).
xi. James Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 29 April, 1680; bur. there 21 October, 1680, s.p.
xii. Mary, bap. at Eastington, 20 May, 1662; died 27 July, 1670; bur. at Eastington, 29 July, 1670.
xiii. Margaret, bap. at Eastington 2 August, 1663; bur. at St. Mary de Crypt, Gloucester, 15 July, 1670.
xiv. Rosomund, bap. at Eastington, 6 August, 1667, of St. Gregory, London, Admon. granted P.C.C., 22 June, 1692, to Clifford Clutterbuck, her brother.
xv. Elizabeth, bap. at Eastington, z6 November, 1674; living 1693.

74. VI. William Clutterbuck, of Frampton-on-Severn, bap. at Eastington, 9 December, 1660; died 15 February, 1727, aged 67, m.i.; bur. at Frampton. Will dated 1 March, 1726, proved P.C.C., 1 July, 1728. Marr. (1) (marriage license dated 22 April, 1682), Sarah, dau. of John Wade; she died and was buried at Frampton, 25 June, 1685, aged 28, m.i.
William Clutterbuck and Sarah Wade had issue:
i. Clifford Clutterbuck, bap. at Frampton, 24 February, 1684; bur. there 12 November, 1709, m.i., s.p.
ii. Mary, bap. at Eastington, 22 September, 1683; bur. there 28 September, 1683.
iii. and iv. Mary and Ann, bap. at Frampton, 12 June, 1686; Mary died 17 January, 1711, m.i.; Ann was living 1726.

He marr. 2ndly, at Eastington, 26 January, 1687, his fourth cousin, Abigail, dau. of William Clutterbuck (28), of Mill End, q.v., she was bap. at Eastington, 24 March, 1660; died 15 August, 1707, bur. at Frampton, 17 August, 1707.

William and Abigail Clutterbuck had issue:
v. Richard Clutterbuck, of whom next.
vi. Katherine, bap. at Frampton, 20 April, 1690; marr. at North Nibley, 1 September, 1715, William Bell, of Wheatenhurst and Gloucester. From this marriage descends the family of Winchcombe, now represented by Miss Henrietta Hilda Elizabeth Clifford, posthumous daughter of Henry Francis Clifford, who was killed in action, 9 January, 1917. She was born

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8 April, 1917, and represents not only this branch of the Clutterbuck family, but also the ancient family of Clifford of Frampton.
vii. Sarah, bap. at Frampton, 23 February, 1691; died 27 October, 1709 bur. at Frampton, m.i.
viii. Elizabeth, bap. at Frampton, 17 February, 1696; living 1737 at Frampton.

75. VII. Richard Clutterbuck, of Frampton Court, bap. at Frampton, 4 June, 1703; died 1775, s.p. In 1731, he built upon the ancient site the present Frampton Court, of which, in a diary of Edmund Clutterbuck, of Islington, it is said “It was formerly the residence of fair Rosamond.”
Rudder says that to this Richard Clutterbuck, “the neighbourhood is indebted for the improved state of the parish. The green I have been speaking of is a flat piece of ground and till lately was generally overflowed with water in winter and consequently very rotten. The road was almost impassable, and the inhabitants extremely subject to agues. But he made underground drains to carry off the water, and threw up a fine, straight, gravelly road, through the middle of the lawn, which contributes to give the place that beautiful appearance for which it is so deservedly admired. And since the drains have been made, the people are as free from the ague as the inhabitants of any part of the vale.”

We now revert to:

76. IV. Thomas Clutterbuck, of Eastington, yeoman (3rd son of Richard Clutterbuck (71)] ; Will dated 14 December, 1643, proved at Gloucester, 5 May, 1644; bur. at Eastington, 19 December, 1643. By Ann, his wife, who was living 1644, he had issue:
i. Robert Clotterbooke, of whom next.
ii. Richard Clotterbooke, bap. at Eastington, 20 August, 1620; marr. and had issue:
1. Nathaniel Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 1654; probably the Nathaniel Clutterbuck, who was bur. at Wheatenhurst, 28 June, 1716; in which case by Edith, his wife, he had issue:
(i.) Daniel Clutterbuck, bap. at Wheatenhurst, 30 April, 1687; bur. there 14 February, 1711.
(ii.) Elizabeth, bap. at Wheatenhurst, 22 October, 1686; bur. there, 12 January, 1688.

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iii. Edward Clotterbooke, bap. at Eastington, 10 January, 1621.
iv. James Clotterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 30 July, 1625.
v. Thomas Clotterbooke, bap. at Eastington, 24 June, 1630; marr. at Eastington, 27 April, 1654, Hannah Webb, who was bur. there 5 February, 1665. Issue:
1. Daniel Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 1 April 1655; ? bur. there 18 December, 1687.
vi. Elizabeth.
vii. Anna, bap. at Eastington, 26 March, 1627.
viii. Sarah, bap. at Eastington, 21 December, 1628.
ix. Mary.

77. V. Robert Clotterbooke, bap. at Eastington, 2 April, 1619; bur. there 6 December, 1674; marr. and had issue:
i. Samuel Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Robert Clotterbooke, bur. at Eastington, 30 March, 1661.
iii. James Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 12 October, 1662; bur. there 2 July, 1664.
iv. William Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington; bur. there, 18 June, 1670.
v. John Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 12 August, 1660; bur. there, 8 October, 1661.

78. VI. Samuel Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 29 January, 1655; bur. there 7 January, 1717; marr. there 4 July, 1678, Mary Wilkings. Issue:
i. Thomas Clutlerbuck, bap. at Eastington, 25 August, 1679; bur. there 30 March, 1680.
ii. Thomas Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 23 December, 1680.

We now revert to:

79. III. Fabian Clutterbook, [3rd son of William Clotterboock (70)], of the city of Gloucester, yeoman; bap. at Eastington, 22 March, 1564; died at Gloucester, 11 September, 1637, aged 73, bur. there, m.i. Will dated 4 August, 1637, proved at Gloucester, 20 February, 16337/8. His inquisition post-mortem was taken at Thornbury in 1638, and shows that he possessed property in Eastington, and that John Clutterbuck, his son and heir was then aged upwards of 40. Issue:
i. John Clotterbooke, of whom next.
ii. George Clotterbooke, bap. at Eastington, 24 April, 1597.

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iii. Stephen Clotterbooke, of the city of Gloucester, woollen-draper; died 5 May,
1649, m.i., in Gloucester Cathedral. He marr. (i) Am Symonds; and 2ndly, Anne, dau. of Nathaniel Fowler, of Stonehouse; she marr. 2ndly, John Gythens, Alderman of Gloucester and died, 3 October, 1672; aged 50, m.i.
Stephen Clotterbooke and Anne Fowler had issue:
1. John Clutterbuck Fellow of All Souls’, Oxford, 1 B.C.L., 20 April. 1672; D.C.L., 17 January, 1677; died 27 November, 1680, aged 40; m.i., in Gloucester Cathedral.
2. Sarah, marr. Francis Singleton, Alderman of Gloucester, and died 30 October, 1724, aged 80, m.i., in Gloucester Cathedral.
iv. Mary, bap. at Eastington, 1600.
v. Judith, marr. (living unmarried, 1637) … Simon.
vi. Sarah, bur. at Eastington, 20 January, 1620.

80. IV. John Clutterbucke, of Nupend, clothier; died 21 October, 1664; bur. at Eastington, 24. October, 1664, m.i. Will dated 4 October, 1664, proved at Gloucester, 4 November, 1664. Marr. at Stonehouse, 11 May, 1626, Ann, widow of … Haviland and eldest dau. of Henry Fowler, of Stonehouse and Deerhurst; she was bur. at Eastington, 6 October, 1633, m.i.
John Clutterbucke and Ann Haviland had issue:
i. William Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Hannah, bap. at Eastington, ii April, 1629; living 1637; ? buried there 6 September, 1651.
iii. Hester, bap. at Eastington, 25 March, 1632; bur. there 29 April, 1632.
iv. Margaret, bap. at Eastington, 8 September, 1633; died 8 May, 1657, bur. at Eastington, m.i. Marr. at Frampton-on-Severn, 1 June, 1654, and again at Eastington, 8 June, 1654; her 2nd cousin, Nathaniel Clutterbuck, of Nastend, and Frampton-on-Severn and had issue, q.v.

81. V. William Clutterbuck, of Nupend, bap. at Eastington, 8 March, 1626/7 ; died 11 June, 1700, aged 74.; bur. at Eastington, 13 June, 1700, m.i. Will dated 3 June, 1700, proved at Gloucester, 15 April, 1704. Marr. at Eastington, 8 Jan. 1651, his third cousin, Martha, 4th dau. of Richard Clutterbuck, of Millend (27) q.v.; she
was bap. at Eastington, 15 May, 1631, died 12 April, 1722, aged 90, bur. at Eastington, 12 April, 1722, m.i.
William and Martha Clutterbuck had issue
i. Richard Clutterbuck, of whom next.

1 In Dr. Venn’s 2nd vol. of Graduate Cantabrigensi, a John Clutterbuck, of Middlesex, was a pensioner at Emanuel College, Cambridge, 1672, B.A., 1675/6, M.A., 1679. [For this note the Editors are indebted to T. F. C. Huddleston, Esq., of Cambridge.]

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ii. John Clutterbuck, died 5 November, 1690, aged 35, s.p.; bur. at Eastington, 8 November, 1690, m.i.
iii. Stephen Clutterbuck, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, London, sailsman, bap. at Frocester, 1 March, 1658; will dated 12 September, 1718; proved P.C.C., 1 October, 1718. Marr. at St. Olave, Jewry, London, 17 May, 1688, Elizabeth Blagrove, she was bur. at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 15 August, 1718.
They had issue
1. Richard Clutterbuck, bur. at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 31 May, 1700.
2. and 3. William and Stephen Clutterbuck, bur. at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 25 November, 1705.
4. Charles Clutterbucck, of the Strand, London, residuary legatee and executor of his uncle Richard Clutterbuck; died 28 May, 1744, aged 48. s.p.: bur. at Eastington, 30 May, 1744, m.i.
5. John Clutterbuck, born 27 August and bap. at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 9 September, 1705; bur. there 5 October, 1709.
6. Amity Clutterbuck, born 2 May, and bap. at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 9 May, 1714; ? of “H.M.S. Princess”; died 1729.
7. Sarah, rnarr. Edward Cox, of Dudbridge; she died 28 September, 1758, aged 58; bur. at Eastington, 1 October, 1758, m.i.
8. Martha, bur. at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 9 May, 1701.
9. Elizabeth, born 16 September, and bap. at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 30 September, 1702; bur. there 16 January, 1707/8.
10. Anna or Hannah, born 24 January, 1710/1, bap. at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 30 January, 1711, bur. there 26 March, 1720.
11. Elizabeth, born and bap. at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 26 October, 1712 ; bur. there 27 July, 1717.
iv. Henry Clutterbuck, died 26 January, 1689, aged 28, s.p.; bur. at Eastington, 29 January, 1689, m.i.
v. William Clutterbuck, of London, bap. at Eastington, 7 Mar, 1667; died 1 March, 1707, aged 30. s.p., bur. at Eastington, 3 March, 1707. m.i.
vi. Hannah, bap. at Eastington, 28 November, 1652; marr. John Pope, of Cam, clothier; she died 6 September, 1713, aged 66, bur. at Eastington, m.i.
vii. Martha, died 24 June, 1688, aged 24; bur. at Eastington, m.i.
viii. Judith, marr. … Cox.
82. VI. Richard Clutterbuck, of Nupend, died 25 November, 1735, aged 8o, s.p.,; bur. at Eastington, m.i. Will dated 1 June, 1734, proved at Gloucester, 17 Jan., 1735. He marr. (1), Grace, dau. of Maurice Dyer, of Redwick, in the parish of Henbury; she died 29 June, 1720, aged 60, bur. at Eastington, I July, 1720, m.i. He marr. 2ndly, Sarah, whose will describing her as of the city of Gloucester, widow, was dated, 20 November, 1748, and proved at Gloucester, 18 May, 1750; she was bur. at Eastington, 27 January, 1750.

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Clutterbuck of Peck Street, King Stanley

WE now revert to the descendants of the youngest son of Thomas Clutterbuck, of Leonard Stanley, who died 1551. These were settled at a house in Peck Street for nearly two hundred and fifty years. The house, as the inscription over the door, “R.C., 1636” indicates, was erected by Richard Clutterbuck, who died in 1677. Of this we give an illustration. This house after being long uninhabited fell into ruin and has now been taken down.

83. II. John Clotterbooke, of Leonard Stanley [4th son of Thomas Clotterbooke, who died 1551], will dated 26 July, 1558, proved at Gloucester same year. Marr. Elizabeth, who was living 1558, and had issue:
i. Thomas Clutterbooke.
ii. Richard Clutterbooke, of whom next.
iii. . . . a daughter, living 1558.

84. III. Richard Clotterbooke, of Downton, Leonard Stanley, yeoman, died 8 June, 1629, bur. at Leonard Stanley, 10 June, 1629; will dated 8 March, 1626, proved at Gloucester, 13 May, 1630. Marr. Elizabeth, who was bur. at Leonard Stanley, 14 June, 1611, they had issue:
i. Richard Clutterbooke, of whom next.
ii. Thomas Clutterbooke, of Deerhurst, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 7 March, 1591; died 23 February, 1656-7, m.i. Will dated 28 October 1656; proved P.C.C., 18 March, 1657.
iii. John Clutterbooke, of Leonard Stanley, clothier, bap. there 24 December, 1598; died 29 June, 1677, aged 72, s.p.; bur. at Leonard Stanley, 3 July, 1677, m.i. Will dated 29 June, 1677, proved at Gloucester 30 July, 1677.
iv. Samuel Clutterbooke, of Leonard Stanley, clothier, bap. there 19 April, 1601; died 10 December, 1681, aged 8o, s.p.; bur. at Leonard Stanley, m.i. Will dated 11 April, 1681, proved at Gloucester, 7 January, 1681/2.
v. Jane, bap. at Leonard Stanley, ii November, 1593; marr. there 26 October, 1617, AndrewPegler, and had issue.
vi. Elizabeth, bap. at Leonard Stanley. 27 June, 1596; marr. … Rimer
? vii. Israel, who marr. as his 1st wife, William Clotterbooke, of Leonard Stanley, she was living 1654, and had issue, q.v.

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85. IV. Richard Clutterbooke, of Peck Street House (which he built in 1636), yeoman, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 27 July, 1590, died 29 Jan. 1677, bur. at King Stanley, 1 Feb. 1677, m.i. Will dated 26 January, 1677, proved at Gloucester, 28 January, 1678. By Sarah, his wife, he had issue:
i. Richard Clotterbooke, of whom next.
ii. Sarah, bap. at King Stanley, 26 December, 1647; marr. there, 26 December, 1672, Daniel Knight, of Dursley, yeoman

86. V. Richard Clotterbooke, of Peck Street, bap. at King Stanley, 26 January, 1650; died 19 August, 1714, aged 64; bur. at King Stanley, 21 August, 1714, m.i. Will dated 29 July, 1714, proved at Gloucester, ~ December, 1718.
He marr. (1), Sarah; she died 11 April, 1696; bur. at King Stanley, 15 April, 1696.
He marr. 2ndly, at King Stanley, 4 May, 1702, Lydia Gide. She died 22 April, 1727, aged 73; bur. at King Stanley, 25 April, 1727, m.i.

Richard Clotterbooke and Sarah … had issue:
i. Richard Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. John Clutterbuck, died 1 April, 1697, bur. at King Stanley, 6 April, 1697, m.i.
iii. Mary.

87. VI. Richard Clotterbuck, of Peek Street, died 3 January, 1718/9, aged 42; bur. at King Stanley, 7 January, 1718/9. Will dated 3 December, 1718, proved at Gloucester, 6 June, 1719.
Marr. at Rodborough, 1710, Mary Gide; she marr. 2ndly at Beverston, 25 April, 1721, Jonathan Gegg, of Stonehouse, and was bur. at King Stanley, 1 June, 1741.
Richard Clotterbuck and Mary Gide had issue:
i. Richard Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. John Clutterbuck, of King Stanley, bap. there, 22 September, 1715; died 2 November, 1737, s.p.; bur. at King Stanley, 5 November, 1737, m.i. Will dated 13 August, 1737, proved at Gloucester, 21 August, 1739.
iii. Mary, bap. at King Stanley, 22 January, 1713, living 1737? bur. there 14 October, 1750 or 23 May, 1792.

88. VII. Richard Clutterbuck, of Peck Street, bap. at King Stanley, 16 June, 1711; died 24 May, 1778, aged 66; bur. at King

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Stanley, 29 May, 1778, m.i. He marr., Frances, she died 10 June, 1790, aged 87; bur. at King Stanley, 15 June, 1790, m.i., having had issue:
i. Richard Clutterbuck, attorney-at-law, born 22 August, 1730; enrolled an attorney, 8 February, 1753; died 10 May, 1770, aged 39, s.p., m.i.; bur. at King Stanley, 24 May, 1770. Admon. granted P.C.C., 13 August, 1770.
ii. John Clutterbuck, of Downton, Leonard Stanley, M.D.; bap. at King Stanley,
11 November, 1731; died 10 August, 1801, s.p.; bur. at Leonard Stanley,
14 August, 1801, m.i. Will dated 10 February, 1801, proved at Gloucester,
8 October, 1802.
iii. Thomas Clutterbuck, of Peck Street, clothier; born 19 April, 1733; bap. at King Stanley, 22 April, 1733; died 16 March, 1814, aged 80, s.p.; bur. at King Stanley, 16 March, 1814, m.i. Will dated 24 November, 1808, proved at Gloucester, 7 May, 1814.
iv. James Clutterbuck, of whom next.
v. Nathaniel Clutterbuck, bap. at King Stanley, 22 May, 1739; bur. there 16 May, 1752, s.p.
vi. Mary, bap. at King Stanley, 25 July, 1735; bur. there 18 July, 1821, aged 86.
vii. Hanna, bap. at King Stanley, 7 June, 1737, bur. there, 23 May, 1752.
viii. Frances, marr. at King Stanley, 24 May, 1788, Edward Hyett, of Whitechapel, co. Middlesex; she was bur. at King Stanley, 26 January, 1833, aged 89.

89. VIII. James Clutterbuck, of King Stanley, M.D., born 1743; died 20 June, 1786, aged 43; bur. at King Stanley, 24 June, 1786, m.i. Will dated to April, 1786, proved at Gloucester, 17 February, 1787. Marr. at Frocester, 24 June, 1779, Ann Garlick; she died 7 January, 1790, aged 39; bur. at King Stanley, 11 January, 1790 m.i.
James Clutterbuck and Ann Garlick had issue:
i. John Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Mary, born 9 January, 1782; bap. at Leonard Stanley, 3 April, 1782; died 20 May, 1792, bur. at King Stanley, 23 May, 1792, m.i.
iii. Frances, born 7 April, 1784; bap. at Leonard Stanley, 31 May, 1784; marr. at King Stanley, 31 December, 1801, Thomas Barnard, of Frampton-on-Severn.

90. IX. John Clutterbuck, of Peck Street, born 14 October, 1779; bap. at Leonard Stanley, 20 January, 1780; died 26 December 1839, aged 60; bur. at King Stanley, 3 January, 1840, m.i. Will dated 26 December, 1839, letters of administration in the Consistory

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Court of Gloucester, 9 March, 1843. Marr. at King Stanley, 23 November, 1800, Mary Jenkins, of King Stanley; she was bur. there 22 October, 1855, aged 80.

John Clutterbuck and Mary Jenkins had issue:
i. Richard Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. James Clutterbuck, of Bisley, died s.p. and was bur. at Bisley.
iii. Thomas Clutterbuck, of whom hereafter.
iv. John C1utterbuck, of the Luggs, King Stanley, farmer, bap. at King Stanley, 9 May, 1819, bur. there 18 November, 1873, aged 54; will dated 27 September, 1873, proved 12 May, 1874. Marr. Harriet Brewer, and had issue:
1. John Jasper Clutterbuck, of King Stanley, born 25 October, 1843, bap. at King Stanley, 1849. Marr. At Leonard Stanley, 6 October, 1870, Emily Jane Mills, of Leonard Stanley, aged 27.
v. Mary, bap. at King Stanley, 12 July, 1801, living 1853.
vii Frances, bap. at King Stanley, 26 December, 1802; bur. there 26 November, 1828, aged 25.
vii Katherine, living, 1853, dead, s.p. before 1873.

91. X. Richard Clutterbuck, of Peck Street, farmer, bap. at King Stanley, 16 June, 1805, died 14 October, 1851, aged 46; bur. at King Stanley, 18 October, 1851. Marr. Mary Ann, dau. of William Harding, of Kingscote; she died 18 February, 1866, aged 55 bur. at King Stanley, 24 February, 1866, leaving issue:

92. XI. Richard Clutterbuck, of Felton, co. Hereford; born 14 April, 1848; bap. at King Stanley, 30 November, 1851. In 1872, he sold Peck Street House to the late Sir William Henry Marling, 2nd Bart.
Marr. (1) 3 September, 1874, Elizabeth, dau. of Richard Gravenor, of Wellington, co. Hereford; she died at Much Dewchurch, Hereford, 5 June, 1877. He marr. 2ndly, 16 July, 1878, Ellen Honoria, dau. of William Henry Watkins, of Dilwin, Co. Hereford.

Richard Clutterbuck and Ellen Honoria Watkins had issue:
i. Richard Henry Clutterbuck, born at Lowe Farm, Much Dewchurch, 25 July,
1879.
ii. Ju!ia Nelly, born 22 March, 1884.
iii. Lilly, born 14 March, 1886.

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We now revert to:
93. X. Thomas Clutterbuck, [3rd son of John Clutterbuck (90)], of Painswick and Stroud, attorney-at-law; bap. at King Stanley, 31 May, 1807; died 7 February, 1872; bur. at Stroud. Will dated 28 November, 1851, proved at Gloucester, 13 August, 1872. Marr. 1834, Charlotte Maria, dau. of Henry Webber, of Brook Street, Grosvenor Square; living 10 June, 1873, died before 11 December, 1874.
Thomas Clutterbuck and Charlotte Maria Webber had issue:
i. Richard Henry Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Charles Clutterbuck, of Stroud, died 10 February, 1876, will dated 19 May, 1875, proved at Gloucester, 4 October, 1876. Marr. Jane? Morse, living 1876.
iii. Thomas Clutterbuck, born 3 February, 1838; bap. at King Stanley, 1838.
iv. Fanny, bur, at King Stanley, 26 March, 1857, aged 15.

94. XI. Richard Henry Clutterbuck, of Durran Hill House, Carlisle, Solicitor, admitted Hilary, 1866; died 1891, aged 56; bur. at Scotby, Cumberland. Marr. (1) 1867, Mary Rose, dau. of George Baldwin, of Fakenham, Norfolk; she died 1870, having had issue:
i. Henry Baldwin Clutterbuck, born, 1869; marr. 2 November 1898, Annie Wykeham, 4th dau. of Cornwallis Wykeham Martin, J.P.
ii. Charles Baldwin Clutterbuck, born 1870.
iii. Helen Baldwin, born and died 1868.

He man. 2ndly at Southport, 14 August, 1878, Maria Louisa, dau. of Richard Edwards, of Wolstanton, co. Stafford, and had issue:
iv. Noel Stanley Clutterbuck, Major R.M.L.I., D.S.O. (1918); born 1879, served in South Africa, 1900, and in Great War, 1914-18 (mentioned in despatches) marr. at St. Stephen’s Church, Cheltenham, 12 Dec., 1923, Irene only dau. of S. W. Trevenen, of St. Ewe, Cornwall
v. Anthony John Clutterbuck, born 1891.
vi. Olive, born 1880.
vii. Cicely Frances, born 1888.
viii. Phyllis, born and died 1889.

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Clutterbooke and Clutterbooke-Patyn of Holland.

1. Thomas Clotterbooke, of Delft, said to have been an English Merchant Venturer, marr. 20 May, 1632, Jacomina Ormea, dau. of the Burgomaster of the Briel, and had issue.

2. Caspar Clotterbooke, Burgomaster of the Briel, born at Delft, 1632; died 21 January, 1678; marr. August, 1661, Eva van Kouwenhoven, dau. of the Burgomaster of Rotterdam, and had issue:
i. Caspar Clotterbooke. of whom next.
ii. A son, died s.p. before 1756.
iii. A dau., died s.p. before 1756.
iv. Eva, born 22 October, 1668; died 22 August, 1743; marr. 1691, Peter Burman, Professor of the University of Leyden.

3. Caspar Clotterbooke, of the Hague, lawyer; born at Briel, 13 November, 1669; died 23 December, 1745; marr. 1710, Perpetua, dau. of Rijklof van Goens, Governor of Ceylon, and had issue:

i Caspar Clotterbooke, of whom next.
ii. A dau., marr. M. Hoedmaker, Minister of the Reformed Church at the Hague;
he died before 1756, s.p.

4. Caspar Clotterbooke, Secretary of the States of Holland; born 9 October, 1711; died 14 June, 1791; man. 1740, Johanna Jacoba, dau. of Jean van Segveld, Director of the Dutch East India Company, and had issue

i. Caspar C1otterbooke, of whom next.
ii. Jan Justus Clotterbooke, born at the Hague, 17 March, 1746; died 3 October,
1779, s.p.

5. Caspar Clotterbooke, born at the Hague, 29 December, 1741; marr. 3 April, 1792, Johanna Magdalena Henrietle Patyn. Both died s.p., whereupon

6. Justus Everhard Louis Clotterbooke-Patyn, [son of Johan Jacob Patyn, brother to Johanna Magdalena Henriette Patyn], obtained 16 February, 1818, by Royal Decree, permission

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to assume the surname of Clotterbooke (-Patyn) ; he was born at the Hague, 18 October, 1805, died 17 July, 1833; marr. 7 October, 1831, Wilhelmina Schorer, and had issue:

7. Johannes Cornelis Clotterbooke-Patyn Heer van Kloetinge; born at Middelburg, 9 September, 1832; died 5 January, 1876; marr. 8 October, 1857, Anna Calkoen, and had issue:

8. Johan Jacob Clotterbooke-Patyn, Heer van Kloetinge, born at Zeist, 27 July, 1859 ; died 2 March, 1922 ; marr. 15 June, 1894, Marie Isabelle Anne Josine Charlotte Huydecoper, and had issue:

i. Elisabeth Anna Clotterbooke-Patyn, born at Zeist, 3 August, 1895, marr. 3 August, 1920, Daniel Radermacher Schorer.
ii. Irmgard Marguerite Clotterbooke-Patyn van Kloetinge, born at Zeist, 19 October, 1896.
iii. Marcelle Catherine Clotterboohe-Patyn, born at Zeist, 18 August, 1905

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LETTER FROM DANIEL CLUTTERBUCK TO PIERRE BURMAN OF UTRECHT. (From a
copy made by Casper Clotterbooke, 28 March, 1772, and now in the possession
of the Baroness Clotterbooke-Patyn, of Veldheim, Zeist.)

Exon the 10 September, 1692.


In answer of yours, touching my family I shall give you the best account I can at present, which is as followeth. That in the country of Glocester was a Clutterbucke who liveth near Strouwater at a place called Kingstanly, who had four sons, and to the four sons he left four good estates in land at Kingstanly and from thence came all of the name that ever I heard or ever I convers’d with all. Tho’ now there be some of the family dispers’d all over the land and into many other countries; but of late years, many of the eldest of my relations are deceased. But there is now living at Bristol Sir William Clutterbucke, he had a brother lived in Leghorn who was the English Consul there, his name was Thomas a knight likewise, who died in London lately, left one son, but his name I know not, they were both born in Bristol.
In London there lives now one Jaspar Clutterbucke a Turky-Merchant. Lately died there one Samuel Clutterbucke, and as I am informed, he left to his son and family fifty thousand pounds. His brother Jerom Clutterbucke is now living there, a very honest and rich man. In Southampton there lives one Doctor Thomas Clutterbucke. In New-Castle lives one John Clutterbucke, a very rich man. Besides myself here liveth near the city one William Clutterbucke Esquire. I came myself from Hosly Nails near Stroud where I was born, in which country there are so many of our name that it is too much to give account of. I suppose you have been at Hosly at my relations house and saw what a Clotherhood neared my aunt. I cannot by what inquire I have yet made, understand of what branch of the family that Jaspar Clutterbucke of the Briel was, but all of the name as above, own one the other as relations, and let them be where they will, are always ready to serve each other to their utmost power, which I shall by God’s permitting strive to do for your friend who you say married one of my name. I find the coat of arms to be the same with that, all of the family lay claim to, that is to say the bare Clutterbuckes without the question in marriages, which I have here sent in the margent. ‘Tis with my most hearty service to my name sake and her husband, if not any way related, wishing I may be any way serviceable to them:
Is all at present from your friend
DANLL. CLUTTERBUCKE.
Addressed
A MONSIEUR,
MONSIEUR BURMAN,
DOCTEUR EN DROIT,
A UTRECHT.

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LETTER FROM THOMAS CLUTTERBUCK TO CASPER CLOTTERBOOKE.
Marasion,
Montsbaye, 1756 ce 22 Juillet,
Monsieur
Avant été honoré par la translation d’une lettre que vous écriver à M. Pascoe Grenfell de cette ville, votre commissaris pour les affaires navales de votre Republique dans les provinces de Cornouailles et Devon, du 2 Dec., le priant de s’appliquer à moi pour un récit et éclaircissement de notre famille et des armes qu’elle tient. Je m’ai donné l’extreme plaisir de vans répondre et j’al pris la liberté de me flatter que vous ne le trouverez pas tout au fait déplaisant.
J’observe premierement, Monsieur, que votre nom s’écrit Clotterbooke an lieu que nous écrivons Clutterbucke neantmoins je suis d’avis que le votre approche plus pres la methode ancienne, car je trouve l’o an lieu de l’u dans plusieurs contes de la famille: dans une en particulier il s’écrit Cloterboke.
La famille a éte établi dans l’Angleterre, il y a plus que 300 ans, mais elle est au d’être originalement d’Allemagne. Environ l’an 1610 il y avait un certain Sir William Clutterbucke de la province de Gloster qu’eut plusieurs enfans et fils et files, les quelles fueront arranger aux armes a l’Eglise et a La Comune et c’est très probable que le votre bisayeul fut un de ces enfants, qui fus, selon votre ditte lettre établi en Hollande dans l’an 1620, et en tel cas votre dit bisayeul et mon bisayeul fueront frères; Car mon bisayeul fut le second fils de le dit Sir William et fut établi dans l’Eglise comme aussi mon bisayeul qui fut Doyen de Winchester.
De le même Sir William le feu M. Thomas Clutterbuck (ecuyer) qul fut un des seigneurs tresoriers et un seigneur de l’amirauté, tirait son origine. Il mourut il y a environ 15 ans. Comme les Armes sur le cachet de votre lettre à M. Grenfell (qui sont écartelés, il me semble avec celles de Madame votre épouse) sont exactement les mêmes que les notres. Je ne doute point que nous ne sommes de la même famille, et je me toujours penserai três heureux et honoré par la correspondence et amitié d’un parent qui mérite tant d’estime.
Vous aurez la bonté Monsieur d’excuser l’improprieté de mon écriture, quand vous aurez été informé que je n’ai jamais eu l’avantage d’être en France, et que j’ai ici peu d’occasion d’une conversation élégante poli en cette langue. Mon père (Dieu soit loué) est encore en vie. Il est un officier dans l’armée du roi et a present commande la garrison dans les Isles des Sorlingnes. J’ai aussi la satisfaction d’apprendre de mon ami M. Grenfell qui vous été bien avec deux très jolis fils sur le quelle agreable situation je vous felicite. Pour moi j’al tin seul ayant été marié pas encore un an entier.
Madame votre cousine m’a chargé de presenter ses compliments a toute la votre bonne famille.
Je vous supplie Monsieur de me faire l’honneur de lier un commerce de lettres avec vous, et de croire que je suis avec toute la sincerité du monde.

Monsieur votre trés humble et obeissant serviteur,

TH. CLUTTERBUCKE.
[This letter is accompanied by a note from Pascoe Grenfell and is dated:
Marasion, July 26th, 1756.]
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La Haye, le 6 Août, 1756.
Monsieur

Sachant par feu mon père et aussi par les papiers de famille que nous étions Anglais d’origine, j’ai toujours été curieux d’en savoir quelque chose de plus; et comme j’avais remarqué votre nom dans une pièce, jointe a la requête de Monsieur Grenfell pour ètre établi commissaire de marine des Etats Generaux des Provinces Unies dans le Comté de Cornwal je me servis de celle occasion favorable, prient Monsieur Grenfell de vouloir vous en entretenir; et je vous suis bien obligé Monsieur, des éclaircissemens provisionels que vous avez eu la bonté de me cominuniquer par votre agréable lettre; et puis que vous croyez aussi bien que moi que nous sonimes d’une méme famille, je crois qu’il ne vous sera pas desagréable que je vous fasse un petit recit de mon bismayeul et de ses descendants. Mon bisayeul qul s’appellait Thomas Clutterbooke et qui a été Marchand Anglais à Delft, de la société nominee les Marchands Advanturiers, come je le trouve qualifie dans son testament fait a Delft le 20 May, 1632, a épousé une demoiselle Ormea, fille d’un bourgemaître de la Briel; qul n’ont laissé qu’un fils unique appelé Caspar Clotterbooke qui a été bourgemaitre de la Briel et a épousé en 1661 une demoiselle van Kouwenhoven file d’un bourgemaître de Rotterdam. Ce Caspar Clotterbooke mourrut en 1678, laissa trois fils et deux filles, dont les deux fils ainés et une fille sont décedés sans être mariés, l’autre fille a été mariée a Pierre Burman professeur à L’université de Leyden dont iI y a plusieurs descendants en vie, et le troisième fils qui s’appellait aussi Caspar Clotterbooke, et qui a été mon père et avocat aux cours de justice a la Haye, a épousé en 1710 une demoiselle van Goens fille de Ryklof van Goens cidevant gouveneur de l’Isle de Ceylon. Mon père mourrût en 1745 âgé de 76 ans, et ne laissa d’autres enfants que moi et une fille qui est veuve sans enfants de monsieur Hoedmaker ministre de 1’Eglise réformée a la Haye. Pour moi j’ai épousé en 1740 une demoiselle van Segveld file de feu Jean van Segveld Directeur de la compagnie des Indes ocddentales et commis à la thesaurie de Provinces Unies, de laquelle épousé j’ai deux enfants, l’ainée appellé Caspar âgé d’ens virons quinze ans et qui va dans peu de jours frequenter l’académie de Leyden, et le cadet appellé Jean Juste âgé de dix ans. Si vous voudriez Monsieur prendre la peine de me faire parvenir à votre commodité un semblable récit de ceux de la famille qui sont restés en Angleterre, et particulierement si vous aurez trouvé mon bisayeul Thomas entre les fils de Sir William Clutterbucke dont vous faites mention dans votre lettre, vous me feriez beaucoup de plaisir quant à mes armes elles ne sont pas comme vous pensiez écartelées avec celles de mon épouse; elles sont ainsi écartelées les mêmes que mon grandpère les a portées et comme à son enterrement elles sont placées dans L’Eglise de l a Briel; puis que ce ne sont aussi pas les armes de l’épouse de mon bisayeul Thomas Clotterbooke il faut que ce soit les armes de la mère de mon dit bisayeul ou de quelqu’ autre de ses ancêtres en Angleterre ce que vous pourrez découvrir aparement, et dont je vous prie de vouloir me faire aussi par.

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Au reste Monsieur je suis fort ravis d’avoir fait la découverte d’un parent pour lequel j’ai beaucoup d’estime tant a conter du bien que Monsieur Grenfell m’en a dit que par la manière gracieuse ce dont vous avez bien voulu m’écrire; si il pourrait y avoir quelque chose qui vous interesse je vous prie de vouloir disposer de ma personne.
Mon épouse aussi bien que moi saluent Madame votre épouse, et toute votre famille, souhaitant que le fils dont vous êtés beni soit suivi de taut d’autres que vous souhaiter et qu’il ne votis causeront que toutes sortes de plaisirs.
Je suis avec un attachement sincère
C. CLOTTERBOOKE.

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Clutterbuck of Eastington, Adelaide, and Gloucester

THIS family descends from the Clutterbucks settled at Eastington.
Owing to the very large number of Clutterbuck entries in the Eastington registers, and the frequency with which the same Christian names recur, the tracing out of the various Eastington lines is no easy task.
The descent of this family appears to be as below, though, as unfortunately there is no entry in the Eastington registers of the baptism of the first-named John Clutterbuck, we have not at present been able to trace the earlier history of this particular line.

1. John Clutterbuck, born at Eastington, marr. (1) at Eastington, 28 May, 1700, Sarah Warner, who was bur. at Eastington, 21 April, 1724; and (2) at Eastington, 20 April, 1733, Mary Cole, and by the latter had issue:

William Clutterbuck, bur. at Eastington, 16 June, 1734.

John Clutterbuck and Sarah Warner, his first wife, had issue:

i. Giles Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Anna, bap. at Eastington, 28 October, 1703.
iii. Sarah, bap. at Eastington, 20 September, 1705.

2. Giles Clutterbuck, of Eastington, bap. there 23 March, 1707, marr. (1) Hannah …, who was bur. at Eastington, 19 January, 1747, and had issue:

i. John Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Mary, bap. at Eastington, 14 May, 1738.
iii. Alice, bap. at Eastington, 20 March, 1744; bur. there 2 April, 1745.

He marr. (2) at Eastington, 27 June, 1748, Sarah Tratman, who was bur. at Eastington, 14 February, 1779; Issue:

iv. Giles Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 25 August, 1751; bur. at Stonehouse, 13 March, 1793; marr. there 3 August, 1780, Esther Collier, of Stonehouse. She marr. secondly at Stonehouse, 25 May, 1795, Richard Hopton, of Stonehouse, widower.
v. Slephen Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 20 April, 1755.
vi. Anne, bap. at Eastington, 23 July, 1749.

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3. John Clutterbuck, of Eastington, bap. there 23 February, 1734. The difficulty of tracing out the Eastington lines through the numerous entries of similar names in the register is shown in this case, as there are two John Clutterbucks with either of whom he might be identified; the one bur. 29 April, 1778, and the other 14 November, 1790. He marr. at Eastington, 30 December, 1754, Hannah, dau. of William and Jane Clutterbuck (2 q.v.), who was bap. at Eastington 3 Aug. 1732, and bur. there 8 December, 1803.

John Clutterbuck and Hannah Clutterbuck had issue:
i. William Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 17 January, 1755; bur. there 2 April, 1759.
ii. Samuel Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 8 February, 1756; bur. there 7 April, 1759.
iii. Joshua Clutterbuck, born at Eastington; bap. there, 25 December, 1758;
marr. there 15 August, 1779, Betty Banks.

They had issue:
1. William Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 16 July, 1786.
2. John Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 4 November, 1792.
3. Thomas Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 28 December, 1793; bur. there 3 June, 1797.
4. Edward Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington 14 January, 1797; bur. there 10 May, 1797.
5. Nancy, bap. at Eastington, 23 July, 1780.
6. Lydia, bap. at Eastington, 23 December, 1781; marr. there 9 August, 1807, Robert Carter, and had issue.
7. Sarah, bap. at Eastington, 8 December, 1782.
8. Hannah, bap. at Eastington, 10 October, 1790; bur. there 30 October, 1803.
9. Charlotte, bap. at Eastington, 5 January, 1799; bur. there 2 February 1809.
10.Elizabeth, bap. at Eastington, 21 March, 1801.
iv. John Clutterbuck, of whom next.
v. Job Clutterbuck, carpenter, bap. at Eastington, 27 April, 1766 living 1842; marr. Patience … , and had issue:
1. Peter Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 18 February, 1807.
2. Thomas Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 22 May, 1809.
3. William Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 1 March, 1811; marr. Sarah …, and had issue:
Jane Sarah, living 1853, not aged 21.
4. John Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 5 October, 1815.
5. Caroline, bap. at Eastington, 8 March, 1805.
6. Mary Ann, bap. at Eastington, 15 July, 1813.

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7. Jane Sarah, bap. at Eastington, 31 December, 1817; Will proved 26 September, 1853.
vi. Thomas Clutterbuck, of Alkerton, carpenter, bap. at Eastington, 27 December, 1772; Will dated 24 February, 1842, proved 29 September, 1842; died 2 July, 1842; marr. Anne …, and had issue:
1. Immanuel Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 26 June, 1803; bur. there 2 July, 1803.
2. Enoch Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 4 January, 1809.
3. Thomas Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 14 March, 1813; Will dat. 22 August, 1854; proved 4 November, 1854.
4. Mary Anne, bap. at Eastington, 27 June, 1802; bur. there 26 September, 1802.
5. Clarence, bap. at Eastington 8 March, 1805; living 1842; marr. Thomas Cole.
6. Harriet, bap. at Eastington, 27 March, 1807; living 1842; marr. William Foley.
7. Anne, bap. at Eastington, 14 October, 1811; bur. there 18 March, 1812.
8. Eliza, bap. at Eastington, 18 August, 1814;? bur. there 7 September, 1814, aged 4 weeks.
9. Charlotte, bap. at Eastington, 18 January, 1816.
vii. Peter Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 15 March, 1778.
viii. Hannah, bap. at Eastungton, 11 May, 1761; marr. there 19 September, 1786, Thomas Smith.
ix. Jane, bap. at Eastington, 4 February, 1770; marr. there 27 October, 1791, Samuel Burnett.

4. John Clutterbuck, of Eastington, bap. there, 26 June, 1763; bur. there 27 May, 1841, aged 78. Marr. at Stonehouse, 14 December, 1789, Priscilla Hunt, of Stonehouse, who was bur. at Eastington.
They had issue:

i. John Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 7 September, 1791.
ii. Giles Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastungton, 11 August, 1793; bur. there 11 April, 1801.
iii. Edward Clutterbuck, of Leonard Stanley, bap. at Eastington, 15 November, 1795; bur. at Leonard Stanley, 7 October, 1871, aged 78. Marr. (wife bur. at Eastington), and had issue
1. Thomas Clutterbuck, died in America, s.p.
2. John Clutterbuck, died in America, s.p.
3. Hannah, bur. at Eastington, s.p.
iv. Richard Clutterbuck, of whom next.
v. Ann, bap. at Eastington, 1 May, 1798.
vi. Elizabeth, bap. at Eastington, 18 October, 1800.

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5. Richard Clutterbuck, of Eastington, born 4 March, 1803; bap. there, 1 May, 1803; bur. there, February, 1885; marr. At Eastington, Marici Niblett, who was bur. at Eastington 1879.

They had issue:

i. William Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Frederick Clutterbuck, born, at Eastington, 3 October, 1830.
iii. Alfred Clutterbuck, of whom hereafter.
iv. Enoch Clutterbuck, of whom hereafter.
v. Ellen, born at Eastington, 15 November, 1826; died at Nupend 4 December, 1897, and was bur. at Eastington.
vi. Mary, born at Eastington, 13 September, 1835.
vii. Eliza, born at Eastington, 17 February, 1839; died at Weymouth, 1904.

6. William Clutterbuck, of Stonehouse, bap. at Eastington, 8 February, 1829; marr. at Rodborough, 23 December, 1851, Dorcas Clift, and had issue:

i. William Albert Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Charles Frederick Clutterbuck, of whom hereafter.
iii. Samuel Clutterbuck, born at Stonehouse, 14 September, 1858.
iv. John Wheeler Clutterbuck, born at Stonehouse, 14 July, 1861.
v. Thomas Henry Clutterbuck, born at Stonehouse, 19 February, 1870.
vi. Arthur Edward Clutterbuck, born at Stonehouse, 2 June, 1872.
vii. Augusta, born at Stonehouse, 25 September, 1853; marr. Elisha Sayce, of Ludlow.
viii. Florence, born at Stonehouse, 13 June, 1865; bur. there January, 1872.

7. William Albert Clutterbuck, born 12 April, 1856. He emigrated to Australia, and settled at Adelaide, where, with his brother, he established the business of “Clutterbuck Brothers,” Importers and Merchants of Agricultural Goods and Implements, with branches in various towns.
His private residence is at Kapunda.
He marr. at Kapunda, July, 1882, Emily, dau. of George Burford, of Kapunda, S.A.
William Albert Clutterbuck and Emily Burford, have had issue:

i. Harold Clutterbuck, born at Kapunda, 26 August, 1890.
ii. Charles Frederick Clutterbuck, born at N. Walkerville, 22 October, 1898.
iii. Florence Elizabeth, born at Kapunda, 7 August, 1883.

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iv. Effie, born at Kapunda, 3 September, 1886.
v. Ida Blanche, born at Kapunda, 29 August, 1888.
vi. Ethel May, born at Kapunda, 16 June, 1894.

We now revert to:
8. Charles Frederick Clutterbuck, [2nd son of William C. (6)], of Adelaide, S.A., born at Stonehouse, 12 April, February, 1896; died 17 February, 1896, and was bur. at Kapunda.
He marr. at Kapunda, 24 July, 1878, Welthy, eldest dau. of George Teagle, of Kapunda.
Charles Frederick Clutterbuck and Welthy Teagle had issue:
i. William Charles Clutterbuck, born at Kapunda, May, 1879.
ii. Victor Albert Clutterbuck, born at Kapunda, July, 1881.
iii. Stanley Irwin Clutterbuck, born at Kapunda, June, 1888.
iv. Mabel Hilda, born at Kapunda, December, 1883.
v. Ethel Sylvia, born at Kapunda, August, 1890; died 19 August, 1895.
vi. Evelyn, born at Kapunda, May, 1893.
vii. Clarice Florence, born at Gilberton, April, 1896.

We now revert to:

9. Alfred Clutterbuck, of Gloucester, builder, [third son of Richard Clutterbuck, (5)], born at Eastington 14 July, 1833; died at Gloucester, April, 1879, and was bur. in Gloucester cemetery. He marr. at Rowington, 22 December, 1853, Harriet, dau. of George Grove, of Rowington, co. Warwick, and had issue:
i. Alfred Thomas Clutterbuck, born 20 January, 1859; marr. 1880, Elizabeth Price.
ii. Henry Clutterbuck, born 24 October, 1861.
iii. William George Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iv. Sydney Ernest Clutterbuck, of Cardiff, M.B.E., F.S.A.A. (admitted associate 16 December, 1907, and Fellow 21 July, 1910); born 26 September, 1869; marr. 6 July, 1898.
v. Mary, born 4 February, 1855 marr. at Christ Church, Gloucester, December, 1880, Nathaniel Ruddock.
vi. Ellen Maria, born 2 March, 1856; marr. at Christ Church, Gloucester, May, 1880, Charles Smith,
vii. Lucy, born 24 October 1861.
viii. Ada, born 15 January, 1865.
ix. Harriet Florence, born 6 July, 1867.

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10. William George Clutterbuck, of Gloucester, born there 25 September, 1862; marr. there 9 August, 1887, Ellen, dau. of Alban and Ellen Cole, of Tuffley, co. Gloucester. They have had issue:
i. Algernon Bertram Clutterbuck, died, s.p.
ii. George Leslie Clutterbuck, born 4 March, 1894; marr. in Buenos Aires, 1918.
iii. William Fritz Clutterbuck, born 29 December, 1902.
iv. Kathleen May, born 1 April, 1899.

We now revert to:
11. Enoch Clutterbuck, of Cromwell st., Gloucester, [fourth son of Richard Clutterbuck, (5)], born at Stonehouse, 4 August, 1841; died at Gloucester, 1902.
He marr. at Gloucester, 12 October, 1862, Sarah Ann, daughter of Thomas Roberts, and had issue:
i. Albert Bernard Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Percy Owen Clutterbuck, of Gloucester, born 1871.
iii. George Francis Gilbert Clutterbuck, of Gloucester, born, 1875.
iv. Frances Mary, born 1863; marr. 30 September, 1886 Edward Pritchard, of Devonport, Naval Engineer.
v. Amy Blanche, born 1865; marr. 12 September, 1889, Edwin Charles Kingscote, of Gloucester, builder.
vi. Constance Louisa, born 1868; marr. 10 April, 1895, Walter George, of Devonport, Naval Engineer.
vii Lucy Augusta, born 1876; marr. 30 April, 1901, Edward James, of Gloucester.

12. Albert Bernard Clutterbuck, of Gloucester, F.S.A.A. (admined associate 16 November, 1892; City Treasurer, Assistant Overseer, City Chamberlain, Registrar of Stock; born at Gloucester, 20 October, 1866; marr. Ellen Eliza, dau. of William Cambridge and his wife Eliza Elton.
Albert Bernard Clutterbuck and Ellen Eliza Cambridge have had issue:
i. Bernard William Geofrey Clutterbuck, born 15 March, 1901; Sub-Lieutenant, RN., of H.M.S.” Repulse.”
ii. Marjorie Beryl, born 10 November, 1893.
iii. Phyllis Sarah Elton, born 10 January, 1895; married Frederick Owen Kemp,
who was killed in action, 23 October, 1916.
iv. Barara Frances, born 23 February, 1896.
v. Beatrice Joan, born 23 December, 1897.
vi. Margaret Ellen, born 5 July, 1906; died 5 July, 1914.

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Clutterbuck of Eastington.

1. James Clutterbuck,1 of Eastington, marr. Alice. . . , who was bur. there 31 January, 1709, and had issue:

i. William Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. James Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 25 August, 1700; marr. Abigail. Issue:
1. Thomas Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 21 August, 1729.
2. James Clutterbuck, bap. at Fretherne, 31 January, 1734.
3. James Clutterbuck, bap. at Fretherne, 11 October, 1738.
4. John Clutterbuck, bap. at Fretherne, 24 January, 1740.
5. William Clutterbuck, bap. at Fretherne, 5 October, 1743.
6. Betty, bap. at Fretherne, 18 October, 1736.
7. Sarah, bap. at Fretherne, 24 March, 1744.
8. Sarah, bap. at Fretheme, 8 June, 1748
iii. Henry Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 7 September, 1704; bur. there 11 May, 1758; marr. there 3 October, 1734, Sarah Burnet, who was bur. at Eastington, 9 April, 1751. Issue:
1. Samuel Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 30 March and bur. there 26 April, 1746.
2. William Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 6 January, 1747.

3. Sarah, bap. at Eastmgton, 28 March, 1738.
4. Mary, bap. at Eastington, 28 May, 1740; bur. there 3 September, 1749.
5. Betty, bur. at Eastington, 20 January, 1747.
6. Catherine, bap. at Eastington, 12 March, 1742.
iv. Samuel Clutterbuck, of Eastungton, bap. there 9 July, 1706; marr. there 20 April, 1741, Sarah Dimock, who was bur. at Eastington 6 August, 1754, and had issue:
Samuel Clutterbuck, bur. at Eastington, 26 April, 1746.
v. Nathaniel Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 8 July, 1708; bur. there 5 December, 1753.
vi. Mary, bap. at Eastington, 23 April, 1695.
vii. Hannah, bap. at Eastington, 24 January, 1696; marr. there 15 May, 1732, Samuel Millard.
viii. Sarah, bap. at Eastington, 21 August, 1698; marr. there 22 September, 1726, Daniel Millard.
ix. Alice, bap. at Eastington, 1 July. 1702; marr. there 9 April, 1732, John Heard.

1 James Clutterbuck? mar. (2) ... , who was bur. at Eastington 2 December 1716, and had issue Josiah C., bap. at Eastington 18 August 1714, ? bur. there 16 February 1764, ? marr. there, 29 May 1753, Sarah Millard, and had issue; Sarah, bap. at Eastington 5 June 1763.

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2. William Clutterbuck, of Eastington, bap. there 24 February, 1692; bur. there 25 March, 1745; man. Jane ... , who was bur. at Eastington, 9 October, 1768. Issue:
i. Peter Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 16 February, 1721.
ii. William Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 9 November, 1726; bur. there 9 October, 1727.
in. Mary, bap. at Eastington, 3 August, 1719; bur. there 21 January, 1727.
iv. Alice, bap. at Eastington, 24 August, 1724; bur. there 5 January, 1728.
v. Mary, bap. at Eastington, 20 February, 17292.
vi. Hannah, bap. at Eastington, 3 August, 1732; marr. there 30 December, 1754, John Clutterbuck (3) q.v.



2 A Mary Clutterbuck was married at Eastington, 9 April, 1760, to Edward Warner, of Eastington, and another Mary C. at Eastington, 22 January, 1764, to John Daniels, of Eastington.

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Clutterbuck of Eastington, co. Gloucester,
Birmingham, and Lapworth, co. Warwick

THIS pedigree begins with Thomas Clutterbuck, who was born c. 1645, and was either bap. at Eastington, 8 April, 1649, son of Daniel Clutterbuck, or 23 November, 1651, son of Richard Clutterbuck and Hannah. 1
He died 16 December, 1719, aged 74, m.i. and was bur. at Eastington; marr. (1) Elizabeth … , and (2) Sarah …, who died 24 June, 1723, bur. at Eastington, m.i.
1. Thomas Clutterbuck and Elizabeth had issue:
i. Nathaniel Clutterbuck, of whom next.
? ii. Richard Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 31 March, 1678; ? bur. there 7 June, 1684, or 1 March, 1691.
iii. Lazarus Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 29 March, 1681; bur. there 13 March, 1681/2.
iv. Mary, bap. at Eastington, 4 January, 1676; ? marr. there 8 April, 1708, John Daniels.

2. Nathaniel Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 8 September, 1672; died 8 April, 1748, aged 75; bur. at Eastington, 10 April, 1748; marr. at Eastington, 22 May, 1701, Sarah Putley, who died 25 January, 1750, aged 77, bur. at Eastington, 27 January, 1750, m.i.
Nathaniel Clutterbuck and Sarah Putley had issue:
i. John Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 21 April, 1703 died 11 April, 1770. aged 66, bur. at Eastington, 13 April, 1770, m.i. Will proved, 1771. He ? marr. at Eastington, 13 October, 1740, Hester Millard.
ii. Thomas Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 6 January, 1704; ? bur. there 5 November, 1718, or 18 December, 1720.
iii. Richard Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 15 February, 1708; ? bur. there 26 January, 1710.
iv. William Clutterbuck, of whom next.
v. Elizabeth, bap. at Eastington, 6 January, 1706.
vi. Sarah, bap. at Eastington, 1 December, 1713.

3. William Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 15 April, 1711; bur. there 30 May, 1775; marr. Mary, who was bur. there 25 January, 1754. They had issue:

1 Hannah Clutterbuck was bur. at Eastington, 15 December, 1653, being then a widow. Richard and Hannah also had issue: Richard, bap. at Eastington, 8 January, 1638; and Sarah, bap. there 12 September, 1647,? marr, there 6 April, 1675, Stephen Jones, of King Stanley.

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i. William Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Nathaniel Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 19 January, 1743; ? bur. there, 20 November, 1784.
iii. John Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 28 September, 1750.
iv. Mary, bap. at Eastington, 14 February, 1736.
v. Rachel, bap. at Eastington, 26 June, 1738; bur. there, 4 December, 1741.
vi. Hannah, bap. at Eastington, ii April, 1740; bur. there 15 February, 1746.
vii. Rachel, bap. at Eastington, 30 November, 1745; marr. at Frocester, 8 February, 1773, William Boulton.
viii. Hannah, bap. at Eastington, 22 October, 1748; ? marr. there 7 February, 1768, William Howell, of Eastington.
ix. Betty, bap. at Eastington, 10 May, 1747; ? marr. there 6 July, 1769, Joseph Miles, of Eastington.
x. Lois, bap. at Eastington, 23 January, 1754; bur. there 3 February, 1754.
xi. Sarah, bap. at Eastington, 20 October, 1752 or 1753.

4. William Clutterbuck, of Eastington, King Stanley, and Thornbury, bap. at Eastington, 2 December, 1741; bur. at Thornbury, 14 May, 1818, aged 76. He marr. at Eastington, 19 February, 1797, Mary Heaven, of Eastington, who was bur. at Thornbury, 15 April, 1813, aged 36.
William Clutterbuck and Mary Heaven had issue:
i. George Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Jacob Clutterbuck.
ill. Susanna, bap. at Frocester, 20 June, 1802; marr … Young, of Thorn-bury.
iv. Ellen, bap. at Thornbury, 28 January, 1807.

5. George Clutterbuck, of King Stanley, and of Birmingham, farmer; born at Thornbury, Glos., 1804; bap. at Frocester, 3 November, 1804; died 17 July, 1898; aged 93; bur. at Key Hill Cemetery, Birmingham; marr. at King Stanley, 15 December, 1828, Anne, dau. of Richard Flight, of King Stanley, and Sarah Hayward, his wife. Went to Birmingham in 1847.
George Clutterbuck and Anne Flight had issue:
i. James Daniel Flight Clutterbuck, bap. at King Stanley, 19 September, 1830; died 23 November, 1892, aged 62; bur. at Key Hill Cemetery, Birmingham.
ii. Joseph Clutterbuck, bap. at King Stanley, 12 February, 1836.
iii. Edwin Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iv. Sarah Ann, marr. Thomas Baker, of King Stanley.

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v. Mary Flight, bap. at King Stanley, 10 February, 1832; died 9 December, 1901, aged 69; bur. at Key Hill Cemetery, Birmingham.
vi. Elizabeth, bap. at King Stanley, 1 February, 1835; marr. William Chamberlain, of Stratford-on-Avon.
vii. Maria, bap. 7 February (?) 1844; died 29 January, 1919, aged 75; bur. at Key Hill Cemetery, Birmingham; marr. Arthur George Bowrey, of Ross.
viii. Louisa, died May, 1919; bur. at Yardley Cemetery, Birmingham; marr.
Frederick Mabey, of London.
ix. Helen, marr. Frederick Montgomery, of Wales.
x. Selina, bur. at Key Hill Cemetery, Birmingham; marr. as his second wife, Frederick Watley Venn1 Accountant.

6. Edwin Clutterbuck,2 of The Terets, Lapworth, Warwickshire, and of Birmingham, Solicitor (admitted, June 1883). A founder of the firm of Lane, Clutterbuck & Co., Solicitors, of Birmingham. Born at Birmingham, 31 March, 1848; died, 11 May, 1918; bur. at Lapworth Parish Church, Warwickshire.
He marr., 18 December, 1884, Gertrude Estelle, dau. of Henry and Ellen Isacke, of Gloucester; and had issue:
i. Edwin Herbert Clutterbuck, of Lapworth, Warwickshire and Birmingham, Solicitor (admitted January, 1910), 1st class honoursman and Gold Medallist; Commissioner for Oaths; born at Widney Manor, Warwickshire, 20 August, 1887; marr. at Edgbaston, 2 June, 1915, Lois Mary Pollock, and has had issue:
1. Edwin Trevor Clutterbuck, born at Lapworth, 8 December, 1918.
2. Mervl Mary, born 15 March, 1916.
ii. Maurice Isacke Clutterbuck of Rowington, Warwickshire, and of Birmingham, Solicitor (admitted November. 1912), granted a commission in the 3rd South Midland Brigade Royal Field Artilery, 11 August, 1914; served continuously in France from March 1915 to November, 1918. An original member of the Observation Section (Flash Spotters) Field Survey Battalions; Captain, 1916; Staff Captain, 1916; Major, 1918; Mentioned in Despatches. Born at Widney Manor, Warwickshire, 28 December, 1888; marr. at Ingatestone, Essex, 27 March, 1916, Vivienne Gloria Mary Harrison-Gray, and has had issue:
1. Phillippa Mary Gloria, born 4 March, 1917.
2. Vivienne Loraine, born 30 May, 1920.
iii. Reginald George Clutterbuck, born at Nuthurst, Hockley Heath, 6 April, 1890, died at Bournemouth, 14 May, 1894; bur. at Knowle Parish Church.

1 A member of the Venn family, of Clapham, London, and Colombo, Ceylon.

2 Extract from an address delivered at his funeral service by the Rector of Lapworth (Revd., F. L. Bell): “Everyone who knew Edwin Clutterbuck must have been struck with one prominent and outstanding feature of his character. I might call it a kind of peaceable loving kindness. He sought peace. He carried with him an atmosphere of peace, and this of course, naturally showed itself in his beautiful home and family life.” He was most highly esteemed in his profession, and loved by all who knew him.
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iv. Henry James Clutterbuck, born at Knowle, 12 February, 1893; died there 21 March, 1894; buried at Knowle Parish Church.
v. Richard Isacke Clutterbuck, Lieut. R.N.; served with the Grand Fleet during Great War; fought at the Battle of Jutland, and in the Baltic; born at Lapworth 2 November, 1896; married at Solihull, 26 August, 1920, Theodora Ethel Howard-Heaton, and has had issue:
Howard Richard Clutterbuck, born at Solihull, 1921.
vi. Gertrude Mabel, born at Knowle, Warwickshire, 27 October, 1885; married at Lapworth, 22 June, 1909, Edwin Francis Reynolds, Architect, and has had issue.
vii. Grace Estelle, born 19 June, 1891; married at Lapworth, 3 July, 1912, Charles Hugh Pinnell, manufacturer, and has had issue.
viii. Barbara Mary, born at Knowle, Warwickshire, 23 May, 1894; married at Lapworth, 11 February, 1919, Eustace Leonard Hill, Lieut. R.N., and has had issue:
ix. Christine Irene, born at Lapworth, 10 August, 1899.

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THIS branch is apparently descended from the Clutterbucks of King Stanley. In the baptismal register of that parish there occur three entries of Richard Clutterbucks, with either of whom the Richard who begins this pedigree may be identified. They are:

1601. October 4. Richard son of Arthur Clotterbooke (see page 135).
1602. December 12. Richard, son of Thomas Clotterbooke (see page 46).
1609. August 20. Richard, son of John Clotterbooke.


1. Richard Clutterbuck, bur. at Stroud, 22 June, 1677; ? marr. Katherine . . . , who was bur. at Stroud, 24 October, 1698.
They had issue:

i. Josias Clutterbuck, bap. at Stroud, October, and bur. there 18 October, 1634.
ii. Thomas Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iii. Samuel Clutterbuck, bap. at Stroud at September. 1639; bur. there 23 February. 1663.
iv. Mary, bap. at Stroud, 11 May, 1649; ? bur. there 21 April., 1702

2. Thomas Clutterbuck, bap. at Stroud, 20 December, 1635; bur. there 20 February, 1710.
He had issue:

i. Theophilus Clutterbuck, bap. at Stroud, 23 September, 1664; bur. there 12 October, 1720.
ii. Richard Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iii. Joseph Clutterbuck, of whom hereafter.
iv. Samuel Clutterbuck, bap. at Stroud, 21 August, 1673.
v. Martha, bur. at Stroud, 14 April, 1673.
vi. Martha, bap. at Stroud, 27 August, 1676; bur. there, 21 January, 1677/8.

3. Richard Clutterbuck, of Rodborough, bap. at Stroud, 21 July, 1667; bur. at Rodborough, 14 April, 1755. He marr. at Stroud, 24 January, 1702, Ester Gay; who was bur. at Rodborough, 28 January, 1754. They had issue:

i. Richard Clutterbuck, bap. at Stroud, 21 July, 1710; ? bur. there 9 December, 1756; marr. Ann . . . , ? she bur. at Stroud, 30 January, 1770. They had issue:

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1. Richard Clutterbuck, bap. at Rodborough, 1732; ? marr. there, 1765, Hannah Antill, and had issue:
(1) Sarah, marr. at Rodborough, 4 May, 1800, Thomas Lee, and had issue:
? (2) Hannah, bur. at Stroud, 16 December, 1773, aged 3.
2. Elizabeth, bap. at Stroud, 18 June, 1737.
3. Hester, bap. at Stroud, 26 December, 1739; bur. there 30 April, 1760.
4. Betty, bap. at Stroud, 17 June, 1747.
ii. James Clutterbuck, bap. at Stroud, 28 January, 1710.
iii. Nathaniel Clutterbuck, bap. at Stroud, 12 June, 1713; mar. at Woodchester, 23 November, 1742, Anthea King, who was bur. at Rodborough, 10 September, 1788. They had issue:
1. Richard Clutterbuck, bap. at Rodborough, 16 August, 1743.
2. Mary, bap. at Rodborough, 8 December, 1745; bur. there 2 September, 1748.
3. Hannah, bap. at Rodborough, 20 December, 1747; marr. there,
1781, Samuel Turner.
4. Mary, bap. at Rodborough, 15 July, 1750.
5. Ester, bap. at Rodborough, 5 February, 1753.
iv. William Clutterbuck, bur. at Rodborough, 18 June, 1745.
v. Jane, bap. at Stroud, 8 November, 1703.
vi. Hester, bap. at Stroud, 7 June, 1708; ? marr. at Bisley, 14 April, 1726, Daniel Clissold.
vii. Elizabeth, bap. at Stroud, 26 March, 1713.

We now revert to:

4. Joseph Clutterbuck, [third son of Thomas Clutterbuck (2)], bap. at Stroud, 21 December, 1672; ? buried there 8 September, 1741. He had issue:

i. Benjamin Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Samuel Clutterbuck, of whom hereafter.
iii. John Clutterbuck, of whom hereafter.
iv. Joseph Clutterbuck, bap. at Bisley, 28 February, 1722; bur. at Stroud, 26 October, 1783, aged 62.
He marr. at Bisley, 16 July, 1753, Elizabeth Dickson, who was bur. at Stroud, 16 February, 1794, aged 66. They had issue:

1. John Clutterbuck, bur. at Stroud, 12 April, 1759.
2. James Clutterbuck, bap. at Stroud, 23 March, 1759.
3. Elizabeth, bap. at Stroud, 18 November, 17531
4. Mary, bap. at Stroud, 23 January, 1763.



1 An Elizabeth Clutterbuck was marr, at Stroud, 30 April, 1787, to Daniel Watts, of Stroud; and another Elizabeth Clutterbuck, of Strand, was marr. there, 21 December, 1788, to Daniel Hamniom.

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v. Mary, bap. at Stroud, 13 January, 1702; bur. there 11 June, 1703.
vi. Sarah, bap. at Stroud, 21 July, 1704.
vii. Hannah, bap. at Stroud, 18 May, 1706; marr. at Bisley, 12 July, 1731, John Davy.
viii. Elizabeth, bap. at Strond, 2S September, 1710; bur. there 22 May, 1729.
ix. Martha, bap. at Stroud, 27 March, I7I3. 1
x. Cassia, bap. at Stroud, 13 July, 1715.

5. Benjamin Clutterbuck, bap. at Stroud, 19 June, 1701; marr. at Bisley, 11 February, 1727, Sarah Ricketts, who was buried at Stroud, 27 January, 1739/40.
They had issue:

i. Theophilus Clutterbuck, bap. at Stroud, 2 February, 1734.
ii. Benjamin Clutterbuck, bur. at Bisley, 22 February, 1774; marr. there, 14 September, 1761, Sarah Young, who was bur. at Bisley, 25 March, 1777.
They had issue:
1. Benjamin Clutterbuck, bap. at Bisley, 29 November, 1762; bur. there, 6 October, 1763.
2. William Clutterbuck, bap. at Bisley, 22 November, 1767; bur. there
22 June, 1768.
3. Mary, bap. at Bisley, 22 November, 1767; ? marr. at Stroud, 20
May, 1782, James Gay, of Stroud.
iii. Thomas Clutterbuck, marr. at Bislev, 14 July, 1752, Mary Young, and had
issue:
1. Sarah, bap. at Bisley, 3 February, 1754.2
2. Phoebe, bap. at Bisley, 3 December, 1756; marr. at Stroud, 28 January, 1779, William Cook, of Stroud.
iv. Mary, bap. at Stroud, 19 April, 1728; bur. there 27 March, 1729.
v. Elizabeth, bap. at Stroud, 19 June, 1732; marr. at Bisley, 1 April, 1752, Jeremiah Young.

We now revert to:
6. Samuel Clutterbuck, [second son of Joseph Clutterbuck(4)], bap. at Stroud, 18 May, 1708; marr. at Bisley, 29 April, 1733, Sarah Parry; ? she bur. at Stroud, 28 January, 1778, aged 60.

They had issue:
i. Theophilus Clutterbuck, bap. at Stroud, 8 October, 1738.

1 A Martha Clutterbuck was marr. at Bisley, 4 April 1738, to Samuel Butt, and another Martha Clutterbuck at Bisley, 3 June, 1739, to James Watkins; while a third Martha marr. at Bisley, 16 July, 1753 Charles Faux.

2 Sarah Clutterbuck, marr. at Stroud, in October, 1775, John Blake, of Stroud; and another Sarah Clutterbuck maxr. at Stroud, 16 August, 1771, John Robbins, of Stroud.

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ii. Daniel Clutterbuck, bap. at Stroud, 26 May, 1743. bur. there 28 July, 1795, aged 58. He married Elizabeth …; ? she bur. at Stroud, 4 June, 1783, aged 50. They had issue:
1. Daniel Clutterbuck, bur. at Stroud 24 January, 1774, aged 5.
2. Peter Clutterbuck, bap. at Stroud, 3 May, 1776.
3. Sarah, bap. at Stroud, 5 March, 1774; marr. at Rodborough, 5 December, 1798, John Harris.
iii. John Clutterbuck, bap. at Stroud, 2 May, 1745.
iv. Joseph Clutterbuck, bap. at Stroud, 3 May, 1751.
v. Richard Clutterbuck, bap. at Stroud, 11 May, 1753; bur. there 2 February, 1758.
vi. Thomas Clutterbuck, bur. at Stroud, 14 September, 1757.
vii. Susanna, bap. at Stroud, 4 February, 1733; bur. there 3 March, 1734.
viii. Lucretia, bap. at Stroud, 18 May, 1736.
ix. Phoebe, bap. at Stroud, 23 April, 1741; marr. there, 9 July, 1768, John Carpenter, of Stroud.
x. Betty, bap. at Stroud, 15 January, 1748.
xi. Mary,bap. at Stroud, 15 January, 1748.

We now revert to:

7. John Clutterbuck, [third son of Joseph Clutterbuck (4)], bap. at Stroud, 24 March, 1719; ? bur. there 3 November, 1751.
He marr. at Bisley, 5 May, 1745, Anne Gubbins1; she bur. at Stroud, 28 January, 1785, aged 65. John Clutterbuck and Anne Gubbins had issue:

i. Joseph Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Betty, bap. at Stroud, 13 March, 1747; ? bur. there, 6 June, 1748.
iii. Mary, bap. at Stroud, 23 June, 1750.

8. Joseph Clutterbuck, of the Thrupp, carpenter, bap. At Stroud, 18 December, 1745; died 2 May, 1820, aged 74; bur. At Rodborough Tabernacle. Will proved at Gloucester, 1820.
He marr. at Stroud, 22 June, 1773, Elizabeth Allaway; she died 2 January, 1818, aged 71. Joseph Clutterbuck and Elizabeth Allaway had issue:

i. John Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii William Clutterbuck, of Paganhill and of the Thrupp, sheargrinder, bap. at Stroud, 25 December, 1775: died 21 March, 1844, aged 68; bur. at

1 The entry in Bisley Register says “Gibbons,” but family tradition asserts that it should be “Gubbins,” and there is reason to believe that this is correct.

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Rodborough Tabernacle. He married (1) at Stroud, 23 March, 1810, Barbara, dau. of George Westley, of Stroud. She died 23 March, 1815, aged 42; and (2) at Stroud, 11 December, 1816, Ann, dau. of James Waddams; she died 3 August, 1842, aged 66.
William Clutterbuck and Barbara Westley, had issue:
1. John Clutterbuck, bap. at Stroud, 28 June, 1801.
2. Elizabeth, died 1 April, 1807, aged 2; bur. at Rodborough Tabernacle,
3. Anne, bap. at Stroud, 2 April, 1809; died 18 August, 1836 ,aged 27; bur. at Rodborough Tabernacle; marr. E H Smith, of Stroud.
4. Kezia, bap. at Stroud, 16 June, 1811; marr. . . . Kent; living 1881.
5. Elizabeth, bap. at Stroud, 5 December, 1813.
6. Mary, marr. (Marriage Settlement dated 28 May, 1849), Richard Jones, of Stroud, brewer, who died 29 December, 1884.

iii. James Clutterbuck, of Stroud, carpenter, bap. at Stroud, 18 August, 1782; died 17 August, 1858 Will dated, 8 October, 1857, proved 15 August, 1859; buried at Rodborough Tabernacle. He marr. at King Stanley, 4 September, 1810, Mary, dau. of Joseph King; she died 28 April, 1875, aged 86; bur. at Rodborough Tabernacle; Will dated 28 November, 1859, proved 7 December, i8~5. They had issue:
1. Hester, died 23 December, 1843, aged 29 bur. at Rodborough Tabernacle; marr. Richard Tunley, of Northampton, and had issue.
2. Elizabeth, 1 born 19 August, 1816; bap. at Rodborough Tabernacle, 19 January, 1817; died 3 February, 1851; bur. at Rodborough Tabernacle. She marr. Philip Charles Evans, of Brimscombe, and had issue.
3. Ann, born 13 November, 1819; bap. at Rodborough, January, 1820; living 1875.
4. Mary, born at Stroud, 5 August, 1825; bap. at Rodborough, 17 September, 1825; bur. there 23 January, 1826.
iv. Joseph Clutterbuck, of Mowmead, Rodborough, civil engineer, died 12 November, 1854, aged 66; bur. at Rodborough; m.i. Will dated 12 April, 1852; proved 28 April, 1855. He married at Rodborough, 1817, Sarah Roberts; who died 12 September, 1871, aged 80; bur. at Rodborough, m.i.
Joseph Clutterbuck and Sarah Roberts had issue:
1. Joseph Samuel Clutterbuck, born 4 November, 1818; bap. at Stroud, 6 December, 1818; died 5 July, 1836, aged 17 bur. at Rodborough, m.i.
2. Adolphus Clutterbuck, of Mowmead, civil engineer, born 18 April, 1820; bap. at Rodborough; died 24 August, 1850, s.p.


1 From her descends Philip James Evans, Esq., and Sarah Ann Evans, wife of Henry James Hogg King, Esq., and by him mother of Herbert James Henry King, Esq., and Mrs. H. M. Newman, of Nailsworth, Glos.

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3. John William Clutterbuck, of Mowmead, Rodborough, wool merchant; an enthusiastic Volunteer, and crack rifle-shot; born 21 November, 1822; bap. at Rodborough, 1822; died 18 June, 1877; s.p.
4. Mary Anne, of the Sycamores, Stroud; born 31 March, 1825; bap. at Rodborough, 1825; died 7 March, 1898.
5. Sarah Ellen, born 25 February, 1827; bap. at Rodborough; marr. John Vick, of Owensound, Canada West, and had issue.
6. Caroline, born 6 February, 1829; bap. at Rodborough; died 25 July, 1904; bur. in Stroud Cemetery; marr. at Rodborough, 6 February, 1851, Edwin Witchell, of Stroud, F.G.S.,1 Solicitor (admitted 1847), clerk to the local Boards of Stroud and Bisley; born 24 June, 1823; died 20 August, 1887, bur. in Stroud Cemetery and had issue:
v. Mary, bap. at Stroud, 7 June, 1778.
vi. Anne, bap. at Stroud, 6 August, 1780; marr. there, 11 December, 1806, James Northam, of St. Thomas, Exeter.
vii. Sarah, died 6 January, 1854, aged 68; marr. at Stroud, 7 June, 1809, Richard Westley, and had issue.

9. John Clutterbuck, bap. at Stroud, 9 January, 1774; died, 1821. Marr. at Stroud, 31 March, 1796, Martha, dau. of William Lawrence, of Stroud; she died 1835, aged 66. They had issue:
i. William Clutterbuck, of Stroud, carpenter, bap. there 28 April, 1798; died 23 February, 1860; s.p. Will dated 8 June, 1853, proved at Gloucester, 7 March, 1860.
ii. Joseph Clutterbuck, of Stonehouse, bap. at Stroud, 27 October, 1799; died before 1853; marr. ? Frances …, and had issue
1. Joseph Clutterbuck, died, 1861.
2. William BlakesIey Clutterbuck, bap. at Rodborough, 1825; living 1860.
3. Mary Blixley, living 1853.
4. Ann.
iii. James Clutterbuck, bap. at Stroud, 8 April, 1804; died 24 June, 1806.
iv. James Clutterbuck, of whom next.

v. Henry Clutterbuck, of whom hereafter.
vi. John Clutterbuck, of Gloucester, carpenter, bap. at Stroud, 17 March, 1811; living 7 March, 1860; marr. 1843, Charlotte, dau. of Samuel Lawrence; she died 1862, aged 48.
vii. Harriett, bap. at Stroud, 19 March, 1797; died 6 February, 1819, aged 22.
viii.Anne, bap. at Stroud 23 August, 1801; buried there 17 May, 1803, aged 1¾.


1 Author of “The Geology o/ Stroud,” and of many valuable papers on Geology. He died suddenly on a geological expedition at Swift’s Hill, near Stroud.

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10. James Clutterbuck, of Kingsholm, Gloucester, printer; bap. at Stroud, 18 January, 1807; died at Gloucester, 29 December, 1880; marr. at Twigworth, Glos., 7 February, 1847, Sarah, second dau. of Charles Jacques, of Gloucester, she died at Gloucester, 28 November, 1891, aged 83. They had issue:
i. James Jacques Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Elizabeth Anne, born at Gloucester, 1 November, 1849.
iii. Alice, born at Gloucester, 16 March, 1854.

11. James Jacques Clutterbuck, of Hampton Lovett, Droitwich born at Gloucester, 5 November, 1847, died at Hampton Lovett 22 December, 1914; marr. at Southampton, 10 May, 1873, Elizabeth Anna, dau. of Rudolph Appel. They had issue:

i. Henry Clutterbuck,1 Capt. Royal Lancaster Regiment; born at Chasewater, Cornwall, 33 January, 1874; killed at Mons, 26 August, 1914; s.p.; marr. 29 April, 1908, Cora Gwendoline Myburgh.
ii. William Clutterbuck, born at Chasewater, 20 April, 1875; marr. 1 August, 1906, Mabel Gertrude, dau. of John Dolan, and has had issue:
1. John Clutterbuck, born 24 December, 1909.
2. James Clutterbuck, born 13 June, 1912.
3. Harry Clutterbuck, born 10 January, 1918.
4. Joan, born 14 November, 1907.
5. Katherine, born 13 June, 1912; died 16 June, 1912.
iii. Edith, born at Wells, Norfolk, 26 December, 1876; died at Birmingham, 1882.
iv. Dora, born at Wells, Norfolk, 7 April, 1878; marr. Robert Burns Begg.

We now revert to:
12. Henry Clutterbuck, of London, [fifth son of John C. (9)], born 31 January, 1809; bap. at Stroud, 30 April, 1809; died 18 June, 1882; bur. at Finchley. He had issue:
i James Alfred Clutterbuck, born 1832, died 12 May, 1879; marr. Emma Nash, and had issue:

1. Herny Alfred Clutterbuck, died 22 August, 1909; marr. 9 March, 1889, Julia, dun. of William and Ellen Rogers (see next page). She was born 27 March, 1865.

1 A sergeant of the King’s Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment), said: “…the King’s Own got home with several bayonet charges, one of the most dashing of which was led by Captain Clutterbuck, formerly a ‘ranker’ in the Yorkshire Light Infantry, who, with a handful of men, routed four times the number of the enemy. Captain Clutterbuck paid the price of his gallantry with his life … It was just like Clutterbuck” (the sergeant said).—The Times, 8 September, 1914.

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2. Edward Clutterbuck.
3. Ada
4. Mary
5. Amy
ii. George Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iii. William Clutterbuck, born 1838; marr. Emily Sly, and had issue
1. Elizabeth Frances, born 1862; marr. Henry Glauzer.
2. Emma Ada, born 23 March, 1864; marr. Henry Swain, of Reading.
3. Harriett Louise, born 3 November, 1867; marr. John Glauzer.
iv. Henry Clutterbuck, born 1844; died 1891; marr. Emma Baxter, and had issue
1. Thomas Henry Clutterbuck. born 1872.
2. Frederic William Clutterbuck, born 1874.
3. Annie, born 1875.
4. Amelia Emma, born, 1876.

v. Ellen, born 7 November, 1840; marr. 26 September, 1858, William Rogers, and had issue, [among them Julia, who married Henry Alfred Clutterbuck
(see previous page).]

13. George Clutterbuck, born 1 May, 1836; died at Peckham, London, S. E., 20 September, 1910; marr. 26 October, 1856, Mary, dau. of William Beal, and had issue:
i. George William Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Charles Frederick Clutterbuck, born 14 February, 1863; died 31 January, 1882.
iii. Henry Alfred Clutterbuck, born at Camden Town, 22 June, 1868; marr. 1902, and has issue:
Three sons.
iv. Arthur John Clutterbuck, born at Camden Town, 29 September, 1874 marr. at Old St. Pancras Church, 28 June, 1893, Phoebe Barnard, and had issue:
1. Arthur John Clutterbuck, born 4 May, 1894.
2. Violet Isabel, born 17 November, 1895.
v. John Milton Clutterbuck, born at Milton, nr Portsmouth, 16 October, 1878; marr. June, 1902, Maud Hodgson, and has issue
1. Ronald Clutterbuck
2. Gwendoline.
vi. Mary Ann Jane, born 1 January, 1860; marr. Edwin Perry, of Peckham, and had issue.
vii. Emily Amelia, born at Camden Town, 29 November, 1872, marr. at Queen’s Road Wesleyan Church, Peckham, 15 August, 1896, Samuel Henry Cooper, and has issue.

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14. George William Clutterbuck, 1 born at Lambeth, London, 21 April, 1858; Wesleyan Methodist Missionary. Established a Mission in Bombay; President of the Indian Temperance Association in Bombay. While living at Shoreham, Sussex, he went on a Missionary Deputation: the boat foundered, and he was drowned off the Casquetts, 30 March, 1899.

He marr. at Brockley Wesleyan Church, 6 October, 1881, Amelia, dau. of George Collins, of London, and had issue

i. George William Clutterbuck, of London; born at Greenwich, 27 December, 1882; educated at Tollington Park College, London. When the National Insurance scheme was being formed, he was appointed chief assistant to the Clerk of the London Committee, and subsequently Registrar. In 1915, he joined the Inns of Court O.T.C., and was later transferred to the Royal Field Artillery, with which he went to France in September, 1917. He was badly gassed, and gazetted from the Army as being unfit for further military service. He returned to office, but never entirely recovered, and died at Stoke Newington, 18 December, 1921. He marr. at St. John’s Church, Highbury, 9 February, 1908, Elsie Mary Hornsey, and had issue:

1. William George Clutterbuck, born 27 November, 1909.
2. Francis Clutterbuck, born 23 January, 1915.
3. Nora Rose, born 30 November, 1908.
4. Alfreda, born 29 January, 1911.
5. Edith Margery, born 5 March, 1913.
6. Irene, born 12 January, 1917.
7. Hilda, born 30 December, 1919.
ii. Albert Ernest Clutterbuck, born at Greenwich, 26 December, 1883; educated at Tollington Park College. London; joined the 10th Middlesex Regiment, as a private in August, 1914, and was subsequently promoted to the rank of sergeant. He was five years in India with this Regiment. He marr. at Barnsbury, 14 May, 1921, Annie Marion, widow of Alfred Alexander Irish, and dau. of Louis Dryland, of Ashford.
iv. Millie Gertrude, B.A., [London University, (English Honours)], M.B.E., born at Oakham, Rutland, 4 December, 1891; educated at the North London Collegiate School, and the Birkbeck College. Whilst at the latter, she obtained the Royal Society of Arts 1st prize for Advanced English. During the War did service in the Air Ministry. Marr. at Highbury Quadrant Church, 23 November, 1918, John Browning Varwell, son of W. W. Varwell, of Paignton, Devon, and has issue.


1 Author of In India; or Bombay the Beautiful.

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Clutterbuck of Saul, Gloucester and Haverfordwest.

1. Thomas Clutterbuck, of Frampton and Saul,1 Glos., bur. at Saul, 19 May, 1775; marr. at Arlingham, 24 March, 1754, Ann Rowles, of Saul, who was bur. there 26 May, 1793.
They had issue:
i. Job Clutterbuck. bap. at Saul, 12 January, 1755.
ii. Jacob Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iii. Jonah Clutterbuck, bap. at Saul, 23 March, 1760.
iv. Aaron Clutterbuck, bap. at Saul, 15 December, 1761.
v. Lot Clutterbuck, of whom hereafter.
vi. Patience, bap. at Saul, 8 October, 1769.
? vii. Ann, marr. at Saul, 6 December, 1779, Benjamin Greening, of Frampton.
? viii. Betty, marr. at Saul, 22 May, 1780, Samuel Niblett, of Saul, widower.
? ix. Sarah, marr. at Saul, 20 April, 1794, William Morgan.

2. Jacob Clutterbuck, bap. at Saul, 19 March, 1758, marr. (1) at Stonehouse, 6 November, 1786, Hannah, widow of … Burfoil, of Stonehouse, she was bur. at Eastington, 3 May, 1803. He marr. (2) at Eastington, 30 August, 1803, Hester, widow of Hill, of Eastington.
Jacob Clutterbuck and Hannah Burfott had issue:
i. Isaac Clutterbuck, of Nibley, labourer, bap. at Eastington, 27 April, 1789; marr. Ann, and had issue:
Hannah, bap. at North Nibley, 6 October, 1816.
ii. Lot Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 9 July, 1796; bur. there 28 February, 1797.
iii. Jacob Clutterbuck, bur. at Eastington, 29 August, 1797.
iv. Jacob Clutterbuck, of whom next.
v. Ann, bap. at Eastington, 10 December, 1793.

3. Jacob Clutterbuck, of King Stanley; marr. at Rodborough, 1820, Phœbe Cole, who was bur. at King Stanley, 11 March, 1855, aged 54. Issue:
i. George Clutterbuck, bap. at King Stanley, 1822.
ii. Jacob Clutterbuck, bap. at King Stanley, 16 October, 1825; marr. there, 25 December, 1850, Isabella, dau. of William Curnock; she was bur. there 1 November, 1857, aged 28. Issue:

1 A further entry in the Saul Register is: 1780, February 4. Samuel, son of Samuel and Ann Clutterbuck, baptised.

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1. a son, bap. at King Stanley, 18 March, 1855.
2. Elizabeth Emma, bap. at King Stanley, 9 November, 1851; bur. there
10 January, 1852.
iii. John Clutterbuck, bap. at King Stanley, 1830; marr. Caroline … ;
Issue:
1. Emily Jane, bap. at King Stanley, 19 April, 1857
2. Elisza, bap. at King Stanley, 26 February, 1860; bur. there 16 October, 1862, aged 2 years 9 months.
iv. William Clutterbuck, bap. at King Stanley, 1830; marr. Maria. . ., who was bur. there 8 October, 1867, aged 36. Issue:
1. Elizabeth Eliza, bap. at King Stanley, 20 April, 1851; bur. there 12 November, 1854, aged 3.
2. Sarah Jane, bap. at King Stanley, 24 July, 1853.
3. Emma Maria, bap. at King Stanley, 28 February, 1858.
4. Rosa Harriett, bap. at King Stanley, 1 February, 1863.
v. Nathaniel Clutterbuck, bap. at King Stanley, Io February, 1833; bur. there 4 October, 1835.

We now revert to:
4. Lot Clutterbuck, of the “Plough” and the “Roebuck,” Gloucester, and of Guiting Power, Victualler; [5th son of Thomas Clutterbuck, (1)], born 1760; died circa 1823, at Gloucester, and was bur. there. He marr. (2) at St. Mary de Lode, Gloucester, 13 Sept., 1793, Mary Pace, of Gloucester.
Lot Clutterbuck had issue by his first wife:

i. George Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Mary, marr. J … Ballenger, of Minsterworth, near Gloucester, farmer.
iii. Charlotte.

Lot Clutterbuck and Mary Pace had issue:

iv. Dr. Charles Clutterbuck, at one time Mayor of Gloucester.
v. Walter Clutterbuck, of whom hereafter.
vi. Daniel Clutterbuck, in the Army.
vii. Eliza George, bap. at Cheltenham, 23 September, 1814.

5. George Clutterbuck, born at Gloucester, 1791, or 4, died at Tewkesbury, 5 Feb, 1846; marr. at Tewkesbury, 9 May, 1829 Sophia, only child of Henry Webb, of Tewkesbury, by his wife, Elizabeth Hull. She died 9 March, 1841, and was bur. at Tewkesbury Abbey Church.

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George Clutterbuck and Sophia Webb, had issue:
i. Lot Edgar Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Henry Alfred Clutterbuck, bap. at Tewkesbury, 1 August, 1834; bur. there
17 May, 1836.
iii. Charlotte, born 29 August, 1831; bap. at Tewkesbury, 8 January, 1832.
iv. Mary, born 20 February, 1841.

6. Lot Edgar Clutterbuck, of Lenton, Nottingham, born 12 September, 1829; bap. at Tewkeshury, 1 November, 1829; living 1904; marr. there, 20 February, 1852, Elizabeth Devereux.

They had issue:
i. W … G … Clutterbuck, living 1904.
ii. George Clutterbuck, living 1904.
iii. H … A … Clutterbuck.
iv. Charles Walter William Clutterbuck, of 59, Strand, London; Solicitor, (admitted Aug., 1904), living 1907.
v. Ellen.
vi. Mary.

We now revert to:
7. Walter Clutterbuck, of Bell Lane, Gloucester, Solicitor, [3rd son of Lot Clutterbuck (3)] died 1868.
He had issue:
i. Walter Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Charles Henry Clutterbuck, of whom hereafter.
iii. Alfred Daniel Clutterbuck, died circa., 1907; s.p.).
iv. Julia, died c. 1897.
v. Emily, died c. 1908.

8. Walter Clutterbuck, of Edinburgh and Gloucester, born at Gloucester, 1 March, 1841; died there 15 June, 1912; married at Sheffield, 15 August, 1864, Sarah Ann Darbyshire, of Sheffield; she died at Gloucester, 2 August, 1907.
Walter Clutterbuck and Sarah Ann Darbyshire, had issue:
i. Walter Charles Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. John Albert Clutterbuck, born at Sheffield; died at Newcastle-on-Tyne, 24 June, 1899, s.p.; married at Newcastle-on-Tyne, 21 November, 1894,
Sarah Jane Steel.
iii. Malcolm Fitzroy Clutterbuck, of Johannesburg, born at Leith, co. Midlothian, 11 November, 1868; married.
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iv. Conrad Henry Clutterbuck, born 29 April, 1874, at Leith; died at Edinburgh, 8 January, 1898; s.p.
v. Alfred Daniel Clutterbuck, born at Leith, 29 April, 1874; married at Edinburgh, 13 September, 1905, Margaret, second daughter of … Bain, of Edinburgh, and has issue:
3 sons, and 1 daughter.
vi. Granville Edward Stuart Clutterbuck, born at Leith, 2 January, 1879; died 23 October, 1879.
vii. Granville Edward Trevor Clutterbuck, born at Leith, 14 December, 1880; died at Reno, America, 9 October, 1908.
viii. Claud Horace Trevelyan Clutterbuck, born at Leith, 26 May, 1882; married, there 28 December, 1904, and has issue:
1 son.
ix. Blanche Emily, born at Leith, 3 November, 1870; married at St. George’s Cathedral, Perth, W.A., 3 October, 1911, Robert Graham More Hardy Leslie.
x. Ellen Frances, born at Leith, 2 June, 1872; married there 15 June, 1902, J. 0. Laing, of Edinburgh.
xi. Gertrude Beatrice Claudine, born at Leith, 24 December, 1879; married there 28 September, 1897, Francis Barnett.

9. Walter Charles Clutterbuck, of Haverfordwest, S. Wales, born at Sheffield, 30 August, 1865; married at St. Serfs Episcopal Church, Burntisland, co. Fife, 20 December, 1893, Mary, fourth daughter of Wailer Robb, of Little Lunn, co. Fife.
Walter Charles Clutterbuck and Mary Robb, have had issue:

i. Walter James Horatio Clutterbuck, born 9 March, 1907.
ii. Violet Blanche Nesta, born 23 November, 1894; married, 13 July, 1917, J. A. Johnson, Capt., eldest son of Joseph Johnson, of Canonbury, London, N.
iii. Gladys Claudine Marie, born 21 September, 1896.
iv. Joy Beatrice Ethel, born 30 October, 1899.

We now revert to:

10. Charles Henry Clutterbuck, of Gloucester, [second son of Walter Clutterbuck, (6)], timber merchant, town Councillor, Governor of the Gloucester Endowed Schools, Trustee of the Gloucester Municipal Charities, Father of the City Council; born at Sandhurst, near Gloucester, 23 September, 1845; died 22 April, 1907.

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He married, 26 July, 1870, Frances, daughter of Albert Wilmot, and had issue:

i. Charles Granville Clutterbuck, of Gloucester, F.E.S., Solicitor (admitted 1893) Commissioner for Oaths, Town Councillor, Guardian, Under-Sheriff of the City of Gloucester; born there, 22 May, 1871; married at the Presbyterian Church, Gloucester, 2 August, 1900, Edith Violet, daughter of Edward John Darkin.
Charles Granville Clutterbuck and Edith Violet Darkin have issue
1. David Granville Clutterbuck, born 25 January, 1913
2. Ivy May, born 19 October, 1901.
3. Ruby Violet, born 19 December, 1905.
ii. Clinton Melville Clutterbuck, born 22 September, 1874.
iii. Celia Ethel, born 15 July, 1873.
iv. Frances Louise, born 26 June, 1876; married, 1908, Francis Henry Lascelles. Barrister-at-Law.
v. Ada Eveline, born 7 April, 1880.

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Clutterbuck of King Stanley and Leonard Stanley,

1. John Clotterbooke, of King Stanley, tucker, will dated 8 May, 1557; proved at Gloucester, 1557. Marr. Margerie; ? she bur. at King Stanley, 23 July, 1583; Issue:

i. William Cloterbooke, of whom next.
ii. Thomas Cloterbooke, living 1557.
iii. Edie, living 1557.

2. William Cloterbooke, of King Stanley, will dated 4 March, 16 Eliz., proved at Gloucester, 30 October, 1574; ? bur. at King Stanley, 27 February,1573/4. Marr. Agnes; she living 1574, and had issue:

i. Arthur Cloterbooke, of whom next.
ii. John Cloterbooke, living 1574.
iii. Elizabeth, living 1574.
iv. Alyce, marr. at King Stanley, 10 April, 1589, Richard Heaven.

3. Arthur Cloterbooke, of King Stanley, clothier, died there, 23 July, 1619; bur. there 24 July, 1619; will dated 3 September, 1618, proved P.C.C., 8 November, 1619. His inquisition post mortem taken at Wotton-under-Edge, 9 October, 17 James I., shows that he was possessed of various lands in King Stanley, which lie acquired partly by inheritance, and partly by purchase, and that William Clutterbuck, his son and heir, was aged 21 and more at his father’s death.
He marr. at King Stanley, 4 September, 1592, Alice Merrett, and by her (who mar. 2ndly, at King Stanley, 17 April, 1620, Thomas Pegler), he had issue:

i. James Cloterbooke, bap. at King Stanley, 19 August, 1593, bur. there 14 June, 1617, s.p.
ii. William Clotterbooke, of whom next.
iii. Thomas Clotterbooke, bap. at King Stanley, 8 July, 1599, living 1618.
iv. Richard Clotterbooke, bap. at King Stanley, 4 October, 1601, living 1618.
v. Jeremy Clotterbooke, bap. at King Stanley, 27 June, 1606, living x6i8.
vi. George Clotterbooke, died young, s.p.
vii. Margery, bap. at King Stanley, 25 May, 1595, living 1618.

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viii. Alice, bap. at King Stanley, 4 March, 1603; living 1618.
ix. Mary, bap. at King Stanley, 14 August, 1608; living 1618.
x.. Sarah, bap. at King Stanley, 4 August, 1610; living 1618.

4. William Clotterbooke, of Leonard Stanley, bap. at King Stanley 5 June, 1597; bur. at Leonard Stanley. 9 January, 1657/8. Will dated 31 December, 1657, proved P.C.C., 20 May, 1658. Marr. (1) Israel ? dau. of Richard Clutterbuck, of Leonard Stanley, q.v., he marr. 2ndly, Margery.
Issue:

i. George Clotterbooke, bap. at King Stanley, 12 September, 1624.
ii. William Clotterbooke, bap. at King Stanley, 12 April, 1628.
iii. Richard Clotterbooke, of Leonard Stanley, broad-weaver, bap. there 2 August, 1629; bur. there 24 August, 1669. Will dated 22 August, 1669, proved at Gloucester, 26 May, 1670; marr. Eleanor, she bur. at Leonard Stanley, t6 February, 1664. Issue:
1. Richard Clutterbuck.
2. Mary.
iv. Samuel Clotterbooke, of whom next.
v. Alice, bap. at King Stanley, 16 April, 1626.
vi. Alice, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 6 January, 1630.

5. Samuel Clotterbooke, of Leonard Stanley, broad weaver, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 22 April, 1633, bur. there 4 May, 1713; Will dated 24 April, 1713, proved at Gloucester, 7 May, 1713. By Deborah, his wife who was bur. at Leonard Stanley, I May 1700, he had issue:

i. William Clotterbooke, of whom next.
ii. Thomas Clotterbooke, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 18 October, 1660; bur. there 2 March, 1699, s.p. Admon. granted to father, 1699.
iii. John Clutterbuck, of whom hereafter.
iv. Samuel Clutterbuck, of Leonard Stanley, broad weaver, will dated 4 March, 1713/4 proved at Gloucester, 1714; bur. at Leonard Stanley, 9 March, 1713/4. Marr. (1) at King Stanley, 1 April, 1684, Hannah Dane,? she bur. there 30 November, 1697, and had issue:
i. Thomas Clotterbooke, of Leonard Stanley, bap. at King Stanley, 26 September, 1695; died 7 June, 1753, aged 58, bur. at King Stanley, 10 June, 1753, m.i. Admon. 26 June. 1753. Marr. Mary, who died, 2 January, 1766, aged 78; bur. at Leonard Stanley, 5 January, 1766, m.i., and had issue:
(1) Thomas Clutterbuck, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 30 December 1726, bur. there 8 January, 1726.

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(2) Hannah, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 28 July, 1728, bur. there, 7 August, 1728.
(3) Elizabeth, bap. at Leonard Stanley, i6 November, 1729; bur. there 16 September, 1732.
2. Deborah, bap. at King Stanley, 27 November, 1685; ? bur. there 16 October, 1691.
He ? marr. 2ndly, Mary, ? bur. at Leonard Stanley, 16 August, 1729, and had issue:

3. Mary, bap. at King Stanley, 26 May, 1699; died 1 March, 1741; bur. at Leonard Stanley, 3 March, 1741.
4. Katherine, bap. at King Stanley, 16 March, 1703; bur. at Leonard Stanley, 5 August, 1733.
v. Daniel Clutterbuck, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 21 May, 1668.
vi. Richard Clutterbuck, bur. at Leonard Stanley, 7 June, 1672.
vii. Luke Clutterbuck, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 9 February, 1674; ? father of Luke Clutterbuck, of Stroud, born about, 1712, see post.
viii. Jane.
ix. Elizabeth.

6. William Clotterbooke, of Stonehouse, born r3 January, 1658, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 15 January, 1658; ? bur. 27 October, 1728. Marr. Dinah, she bur. at Leonard Stanley, 14 April, 1713, and had issue:
i. Samuel Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. William Clutterbuck, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 30 November, 1698; bur, there, 1 November, 1772; ? Marr. there 11 May, 1723, Anne Blanch, she bur. there 3 September, 1727, and had issue:
1. William Clutterbuck, bur. Leonard Stanley, 8 January, 1728.
iii. Thomas Clutterbuck, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 29 January, 1701; bur. there 19 April, 1704.
iv. Thomas Clutterbuck, bap. at Stonehouse, 11 October, 1704; ? man. there 2, September, 1725, Ruth Smith, she bur. there 27 March, 1743, as a widow. ? They had issue : 1
1. Samuel Clutterbuck, of Stonehouse, born 1729, see post.
2. Mary, marr. at Stonehouse, 16 May, 1749, Richard Hodges.
3. Abigail, marr, at Stonehouse, 1 November, 1757, Wil1iam Walker.

7. Samuel Clutterbuck, of Leonard Stanley, bap. there 4 July, 1695; ? bur. there 11 June, 1747, aged 51, m.i. Marr. (marriage license, dated 23 May, 1724), Mary Danford, of Leonard Stanley, then aged 30, and upwards; she was bur. at Leonard Stanley, 5 January, 1766, leaving issue.


1 No Clutterbuck baptismal entry is recorded at Stonehouse from 1710, until 1740.

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8. Samuel Clutterbuck, of Leonard Stanley, bur. there 24 August, 1787; marr. there 15 May, 1748, Ruth Wilkins; she bur. there 31 December, 1774. ? marr. 2ndly, at Leonard Stanley, 18 September, 1777, Sarah Evanes; ? bur. there 22 December, 1811. Samuel Clutterbuck and Ruth Wilkins, had issue:

i. Thomas Clutterbuck, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 28 December, 1748; ? father of:
1. Sarah, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 11 April, 1784.
ii. Samuel Clutterbuck, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 26 March, 1752; bur. there 17 February, 1754.
iii. John Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iv. Sarah, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 1 August, 1755.

9. John Clutterbuck, of Leonard Stanley, bap. there 11 May, 1761, bur. there 22 December, 1809. Marr. there 26 December, 1791, Hannah Laurence, of Leonard Stanley, bur. there 4 February,1839, aged 79. Issue:
i. Samuel Clutterbuck, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 23 June, 1793; bur. there 15 February, 1822, aged 29.
ii. William Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iii. George Clutterbuck, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 12 April, 1801.
iv. John Clutterbuck, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 5 September, 1802; bur. there, 17 August, 1874, aged 73. By Elizabeth, his wife, bur. at Leonard Stanley, 28 November, 1830, aged 23, he had issue:
1. Samuel Clutterbuck, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 7 June, 1829.
v. Charles Clutterbuck, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 25 December, 1805; bur. there 24 April, 1827, aged 24.
vi. James Clutterbuck, see post (12).
vii. Ruth, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 8 March, 1795.
viii. Mary, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 25 December, 1796.

10. William Clutterbuck, of Leonard Stanley, bap. there, 7 October, 1798; died at Stroud, bur. at Leonard Stanley, 10 June, 1876, aged 78. Marr. at Leonard Stanley, 31 March, 1828, Elizabeth Lock, of Leonard Stanley, bur. there 15 January, 1873, aged 66.
Issue:

i. John Clutterbuck, “in the Guards at Windsor”; by Mary, his wife, he had issue:
1. Ann Elizabeth, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 29 May, 1859.
ii. James Clutterbuck, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 8 October, 1837.
iii. Samuel Clutterbuck, of whom next.

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iv. Alfred Clutterbuck, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 27 October, 1844; bur. there 24 December, 1863, aged 19.
v. Harriet, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 11 April, 1830; bur. there 23 September,1840, aged 11.
vi. Ann, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 22 May, 1836.
vii. Elizabeth, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 3 May, 1840.
viii. Jane, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 26 October, 1851.

11. Samuel Clutterbuck, of King Stanley, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 24 July, 1842. Marr. at King Stanley, 1 August, 1863, Harriet, dau. of Philip Heming, of King Stanley, and had issue:
i. William Philip Clutterbuck, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 27 December, 1863; bur. there, 31 January, 1865, aged 2.
ii. John James Clutterbuck, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 27 August, 1865.
iii. Samuel Charles Clutterbuck, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 16 May, 1869.
iv. William Philip Clutterbuck, bap. at Leonard Stanley, i6 May, 1869.
v. Thomas Clutterbuck, born 1 April, 1872; bap. at King Stanley, 1 June, 1873.
vi. Jane Louisa, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 16 May, 1869.


12. James Clutterbuck, was born in Gloucestershire, probably in King or Leonard Stanley, died at Charlton, co. Kent. Marr. Sarah Herbert. It is probable that this James Clutterbuck was the 6th son of John Clutterbuck, of Leonard Stanley, [see (9)] in which case he was bap. at Leonard Stanley, 25 February, 1810.
Issue:

13. Herbert Clutterbuck, Engineer, born in Gloucestershire, 1835 died at Ilford, Essex, 1898. Marr. … Hiles, who died about 1862, and had issue (with a son who died in infancy):

14. Herbert Clutterbuck, of Clacton-on-Sea, Civil and Mechanical Engineer, M.I.Mech.E., born in London, 19 March, 1859. Marr. Mary Ellen, dau. of Charles May Jeffries, and Fanny Streeter, his wife. Issue:

i. Herbert Charles Clutterbuek, born 1886; marr.
ii. Arthur George Clutterbuck, born 1889; marr.
iii. Reginald Mark Clutterbuck, born 1891; marr.
iv. Ellen Lavinia, born 1888; marr.
v. Ethel Violet Fanny, born 1893; died in infancy.

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We now revert to:

15. John Clutterbuck, of King Stanley [3rd son of Samuel Clotterbooke, (5)], bap. at Leonard Stanley, 1664; ? bur. at King Stanley, 19 December, 1718. Marr. at King Stanley, 8 April, 1686/7, Bridget Wood, she was then aged 25; bur. at King Stanley, 8 March, 1710. They had issue:
i. John Clutterbuck, bap. at King Stanley, 29 January, 1692.
ii. Samuel Clutterbuck, bap. at King Stanley, 28 December, 1694; ? bur. there 6 October, 1701.
iii. William Clutterbuck, bap. at King Stanley, 15 January, 1697; ? bur. there 15 January, 1699.
iv. Thomas Clutterbuck, of whom next.
v. Jane, ? marr. at King Stanley, 20 April, 1713, John Heaven, of Leonard Stanley.
vi. Elizabeth.
vii. Ann, bap. at King Stanley, 21 January, 1703.

16. Thomas Clutterbuck, of Rodborough, bap. at King Stanley 16 August, 1701; bur. at Rodborough, 18 January, 1787. Marr. at Rodborough, 24 December, 1724, Sarah Jones, of Rodborough, she bur. there 8 December, 1768. Issue:
i. Samuel Clutterbuck, bap. at Rodborough, 8 February, 1727/8.
ii. Luke Clutterbuck, of Rodborough, bap. there 21 September, 1737; marr. there 1761, Sarah Walsh, of Rodborough, according to her monumental inscription she died 27 October, 1807, aged 74; bur. at Rodborough, 10 October, 1807, p.r. Issue:
1 and 2. Elizabeth and Mary, bap. at Rodborough, 15 July, 1763; Mary bur. there, 15 July 1763.
3. Rebeckah, bap. at Rodborough, 9 April, 1766; ? marr. there, 13 September, 1789, William Gabb.
iii. Mary, bap. at Rodborough, 10 January, 1724/5, bur. there 10 January, 1725/6.
iv. Mary. bap. at Rodborough, 12 November, 1725.
v. Sarah, bap. at Rodborough, 12 May, 1732.
vi. Anne, bap. at Rodborough, 30 December, 1734.
vii. Rebecca, bap. at Rodborough, 10 August, 1740; 1741. bur. there 8 February

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1. Samuel Clutterbuck [? son of Thomas Clutterbuck who was bap. at Leonard Stanley, 1704; son of William, bap. 1658, [see (6) ante], of Stonehouse, born about 1729; bur. at Stonehouse, 24 December, 1798. Will dated 9 September, 1796, proved in Doctor’s Commons, 27 April, 1799. Marr. at Stonehouse, 15 April, 1753, Mary Merrett, of Stonehouse, then aged 22; she was bur. at Stonehouse, 28 August, 1809; will proved 1809.
Samuel Clutterbuck and Mary Merrett, had issue:
i. Samuel Clutterbuck. of whom next.
ii. John Clutterbuck, of Randwick, bap. at Stonehouse, 15 June, 1759; bur. there 11 February, 1791. Admon. granted to father, 23 September, 1791.
iii. Ann, bap. at Stonehouse, 4 February, 1754; bur. there 3 August, 1758.
iv. Mary, bap. at Stonehouse, 22 January, 1764; died 3 April, 1855, aged 91.
v. Elizabeth, bap. at Randwick, 1 November, 1767; died 22 January, 1827; bur. at Cainscross, m.i. Marr. at Randwick, 7 July, 1801, Thomas Croome, and had issue; he died 24 March, 1839, and was bur. at Cainscross, m.i.

2. Samuel Clutterbuck, of Randwick and Dudbridge, Glos., bap. at Stonehouse, 8 February, 1756, died 28 May, 1852, aged 96; bur. at Stonchouse, 3 June, 1852 ; Will dated 25 May, 1849, proved in Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 10 July, 1852.
He marr. at Cirencester, 10 June, 1781, Esther Croome, and had issue:
i. Samuel Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Mary, bap. at Stonehouse, 13 November, 1782; bur. there 11 April, 1783.
iii. Mary, bap. at Stonehouse, 18 September, 1785; died 1844; marr. there 21 January, 1813, Edward Jones, of Stroud and Camberwell, and had issue.
iv. Eliza, bap. at Stonehouse, 9 January, 1798; bur. there 4 May. 1811, aged 15.

3. Samuel Clutterbuck, of St. Mary’s Chalford, Glos.; bap. at Stonehouse, 31 January; 1784, died 2 October, 1860; marr. Elizabeth Pruen, who was born 1800. Issue:
i. Samuel Henry Clutterbuck of Western Port, Australia, in 1858; born 25 January, 1825; will proved 1874; marr. Charlotte Eliza Burrell. Issue:
1. Samuel Henry Clutterbuck, born 25 June, 1855; died 1859.

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2. Arthur William Dagnall Clutterbuck, of Ballarat, Victoria, Australia, born May, 1857.
3. Alfred Charles Ernest Clutterbuck, of Elsternwick, Victoria, Australia, born 1860.
ii John Croome Clutterbuck, bur. at Stonehouse, 10 February, 1829, aged 22 mouths.
iii. Catherine Pruen, of St. Mary’s Chalford, born 27 May, 1828; died 8 December 1921; Will dated 8 March, 1911; proved 1922.
iv. Elizabeth Croome, of Froomhall, Stroud, born 16 January, 1831.
v. Mary Frances, born 7 July, 1833.
vi. Sarah Ashmead, born 25 November, 1843; marr. Edward Gedge.

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1. Luke Clutterbuck, of Stroud, [? a son of Luke Clutterbuck, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 1674, son of Samuel Clotterbooke, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 1633, see (5) ante], born about 1712 ; bur. at 1 Stroud, 24. March, 1793, aged 81. Marr. at Bisley, 22 September, 1746, Sarah Keen, of Bisley; she was bur. at Stroud, 4 April, 1787. Luke Clutterbuck and Sarah Keen had issue:
i. John Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Richard Clutterbuck, of Stroud, bap. there 9 May, 1756. Marr. there 24April, 1785, Sarah Gyde, of Stroud, and had issue:
1. Thomas Clutterbuck, of Stroudshill, bap. at Stroud, 20 January, 1788, bur. there, 2 October, 1833, aged 45.
2. Nathaniel Clutterbuck, bap. at Stroud, 26 May, 1793; ? marr. at Minchinhampton 15 May, 1814, Sarah Parsons.
3. William Clutterbuck, of Stroud, clothworker, bap. there, 7 March, 1798. Marr. Susanna, and had issue:
(1) Richard Clutterbuck, bap. at Stroud, 23 December, 1827.
(2) Thomas Clutterbuck, bap. at Stroud, 17 October, 1830.
4. Susanna, bap. at Stroud, 6 August, 1786, ? bur. there, 6 March, 1805, aged 16.
5. Anne, bap. at Stroud, 24 May, 1790.
6. Martha, bap. at Stroud, 31 January, 1796.
iii. Luke Clutterbuck, bap. at Stroud, 30 April, 1758, marr. Mary, and had issue
1. Jane, bap. at Stroud, 22 August, 1783.
iv. Thomas Clutterbuck, bap. at Stroud, 25 January, 1760 bur. there, 18 September, 1760.
v. William Clutterbuck, of Stroud, bap. there 31 March, 1762; marr. there 21 April, 1783, Anne Webb, of Stroud; she was bur. there, 9 December, 1794, aged 30. Issue:
1. Deborah, bap. at Stroud, 27 June, 1783.
2. Elizabeth, bap. at Stroud, 16 October, 1785; bur. there 16 February, 1812, aged 26.
3. Anne, bap. at Stroud, 18 January, 1795; bur. there, 12 August, 1795.
vi. Thomas Clutterbuck, bap. at Stroud, 13 May, 1768; bur. there 14 December. 1768.
vii. James Clutterbuck, bap. at Stroud, 30 March, 1770.
viii. Mary, bap. at Stroud, 22 March, 1746/7; ? marr. there, 17 June, 1773, William Jarrett.
ix. Hester, bap. at Rodborough, 18 April, 1748.

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x. Martha, bap. at Stroud, 26 May, 1752.
xi. Betty, bap. at Stroud, 5 November, 1753; bur. there 14 June, 1754.
xii. Sarah, bap. at Stroud, 26 January, 1765.

2. John Clutterbuck, of Stroud, bap. there 11 May, 1750; marr. there 21 August, 1791, Sarah, dau. of William Dowman, of Stroud.
John Clutterbuck and Sarah Dowman had issue:

i. Benjamin Clutterbuck, had issue:
1. Benjamin Clutterbuck, apprentice to a draper.
ii. Luke Clutterbuck, bap. at Stroud, 1 December, 1799.
iii. Samuel Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iv. Esther, bap. at Stroud, 4 July, 1802; bur. there 11 March, 1806, aged 4.

3. Samuel Clutterbuck, of Stroud, furniture broker, bap. at Stroud, 7 June, 1812; died there 14 December, 1879, aged 67; bur. in Holy Trinity Churchyard, Stroud, m.i. Marr. Mary, dau. of Richard Chew, of Stroud; she died i8 October, 1872, aged 59, bur. in Holy Trinity Churchyard, Stroud, m.i.
Samuel Clutterbuck and Mary Chew had issue:

i. Samuel Richard Clutterbuck, died 12 January, 1840, aged 3 years and 10 months; bur. in Holy Trinity Churchyard, Stroud, m.i.
ii. John Clutterbuck, of Newburgh, Fife, Scotland in 1878, and of St. John Road, Clerkenwell, in October, 1887; died … ; marr. Annie ...
iii. Richard Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iv. Emma, marr. George Ayers, of Worcester.
v. Mary, marr. Thomas Hills, of Igtham, Kent.
vi. Susan, marr. Henry Clarke, of Gloucester.

4. Richard Clutterbuck, of Nelson House, Stroud, furniture broker, born at Stroud, 28 February, 1842. Marr. at Rodborough, Emma, dau. of Henry George; she died at Stroud, October, 1920, and was bur. in Stroud Cemetery.
Richard Clutterbuck and Emma George had issue:

i. Samuel Richard Clutterbuck, of Nelson House, Stroud, furniture broker, born there 25 May, 1866; marr. at Cainscross, 11 October, 1897, Mary Annie, dau. of Samuel Blair; she died, 1922, leaving issue:
1. Samuel Richard Clutterbuck, born, 4 August, 1898.
2. Annie Emma, born 17 December, 1900.

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ii. Jokn Edward Clutterbuck, died, aged 5 years and 8 months; bur. in Stroud Cemetery.
iii. Thomas William Clutterbuck.
iv. Harry Ewart Clutterbuck, of Oxford, born at Stroud, 4 February. 1882. Marr. at St. Paul’s Oxford, 11 December, 1915, Alice Margarct, dau. of John and Alice Bigg, of Oxford; she was born there 15 February, 1891. They have issue:
1. Richard John Gascoigne Clutterbuck, born at Oxford, 26 February, 1917.
2. Ewart Bryan Granville Clutterbuck, born at Oxford, 7 May, 1918.
3. Diana Margaret Phœbe, born at Oxford, 27 September, 1920.

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Clutterbuck of Gloucester and Llanelly.

Now represented by Mr. Henry James Clutterbuck of Llanelly.

This branch is descended from

1. Obadiah Clutterbuck, of Gloucester, who died at St. Mark Street, Kingsholm, Gloucester, 29 December, 1880, aged 75; married and had issue:
i. Thomas Renten Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. James Clutterbuck, of George Street, Gloucester, builder (among other places he built Barnwood Asylum). He married and had issue:
1. Alice, now residing at Kingsholm, Gloucester, a widow.

2. Thomas Renten Clutterbuck, of Gloucester, who died August, I92O~ married and left issue (with two other Sons, one of whom has issue, a son):

3. Henry James Clutterbuck, L.M.S.A.A., (London, 1908), of The Surgery, Penygroes, Llanelly.


Clutterbuck of Gloucester.


SAPIENS CLUTTERBUCK, marr. Blanch … , 1 of Gloucester, her will dated 18 August, 1618, proved at Gloucester, 1619. They were both bur. at St. Nicholas, Gloucester, and had issue:
i. Edward Clutterbuck, of Cirencester; will dated, 13 May, 1637, proved P.C.C., 13 November, 1637; marr. Margaret, who was living 1637.
ii. Robert Clutterbuck, living 1619, died before 1658; marr. Elizabeth, who was living 1619. Issue:
1. Robert Clutterbuck, living 1658.
2. Mary, living 1658.
iii. Jasper Clutterbuck, Sheriff of Gloucester, 1630/1, Mayor, I646/7-8, Alderman 1657; bur. at St. Nicholas Church, Gloucester, 3 November, 1659; will dated, 1 April, 1658, proved PC.C. 24 October, 1660; marr. Mary Pryor; she died before 1658, was bur. at St. Nicholas, Gloucester, and had issue:
… a daughter, who was bur. at St. Nicholas, Gloucester.

1 Sapiens Clotterboke and Blanche, his wife, figure in a Fine dated Michaelmas 41 and 42 Eliz., 1599, as plaintiffs against John Greene and Alice his wile, and Thomas Greene and Alice his wife, concerning a messuage in the parish of St. Nicholas, City of Gloucester.

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Clutterbuck of Cirencester.


1. Richard Clutterbuck, 1 of Cirencester, tanner, bur. there 28 February, 1683. Will dated 18 December, 1683, proved at Gloucester, 24 May, 1684; married Margarel … , who was bur. at Cirencester, 4 July, 1663; Issue:
i. Thomas Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Edward Clutterbuck, of whom hereafter.
iii. Arthur Clutterbuck,2 ? of Fairford, Co. Gloucester; Admon. granted 12 December, 1698 to Arthur Clutterbuck, his son.
iv. Elizabeth, marr. James Biddle.
v. Bridgett, ... Willett.

2. Thomas Clutterbuck, of Cirencester, tanner; bur. there 17 December, 1692; will dated 3 January, 1692, proved at Gloucester, 10 January, 1692/3; marr. Margaret …, who was bur. at Cirencester, 2 May, 1701; will dated 19 June, 1698, proved at Gloucester, 3 October, 1701. Issue:
i. Thomas Clutterbuck, ? bur. at Cirencester, 24 April, 1691. ? Admon. 1697 or 1708.
iii. Jonathan Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iv. Edward Clutterbuck, of Cirencester, currier; bap. there 8 December, 1664; Will dated 12 January, 1714; proved at Gloucester, 19 September, 1715; marr. Ann …, who was bur. at Cirencester, 28 September, 1726.
Issue:
1. Thomas Clutterbuck, bap. at Cirencester, 30 April, 1664.
2. Margaret, bap. at Cirencester, 20 December, 1690; bur. there 5 August, 1702.
3. Mary, bap. at Cirencester, 11 May, 1692.
4. . . . (a daughter).
iv. … (a son), bap. at Cirencester, 21 January, 1667.
v. Hannah, marr. Charles Pracey.

3. Jonathan Clutterbuck, bap. at Cirencester, 3 December, 1661; bur. there 28 May, 1730; will dated 19 May, 1730, proved at Gloucester, 27 October, 1730; marr. Susannah … , who was bur. at Cirencester, 28 August, 1748.


1 Probably a son of Edward, of Cirencester (will 1637), and Margaret (see ante.)
2 An Arthur Clutterbuck marr. at St. Leonard, Shoreditch, London, 1 April, 1662, Olliffe Mayo.

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Issue:
i. Jonathan Cluttebuck, of whom next.
ii. Margaret, bap. at Cirencester, 2 August, 1696; bur. there 28 April, 1728.
iii. Susannah, bap. at Cirencester, 13 January, 1698.

4. Jonathan Clutterbuck, bap. at Cirencester, 14 February, 1700; bur. there 26 May, 1752; marr. at Cirencester, 1 June, 1725, Anne Diston, who was bur. there 14 April, 1775.
Issue:
i. Thomas Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Jonathan Clutterbuck, bap. at Cirencester, 20 May, 1727; bur. there 24 September, 1727.
iii. . . . (a son), bap. at Cirencester, 12 November, 1728.
iv. Jonathan Clutterbuck, bap. at Cirencester, 10 August, 1730; bur. there 22 July. 1750.
v. Edward Clutterbuck, bap. at Cirencester, 15 February, 1731.
vi. Richard Clutterbuck, of whom hereafter.
vii. James Clutterbuck, bap. at Cirencester, 5 October, 1737.
viii. Ann, bap. at Cirencester, 20 May, 1727; marr. there 4 October, 1750, Ralph Humphris, of Stratton.
ix. Sarah, bap. at Cirencester, 25 September, 1742; ? marr. there 29 July, 1771, Thomas Colen, of Cirencester.1

5. Thomas Clutterbuck, bap. at Cirencester, 10 May, 1726; bur. there 2 January, 1801; marr. at Hampnett, 1752, Anne Cole, of Cirencester. Issue:
i. George Clutterbuck, bap. at Cirencester, 4 February, 1752; bur. there 4 March, 1797; will proved at Gloucester, 1797.
ii. James Clutterbuck, bap. at Cirencester, 1 September, 1761; mart. Martha … ; Issue:
1. George Clutterbook, bur. at Cirencester, 30 January, 1792.
2. Sarah, bur. at Cirencester, 3 May, 1791.
3. Mary, bur. at Cirencester, 4 June, 1791.
4. Sarah, bur. at Cirencester, 9 February, 1794.
iii. Ann, bap. at Cirencester, 6 May, 1755; marr. there, 28 October, 1783, Edward Haines, of Cirencester.
iv. Mary, bur. at Cirencester, 7 January, 1757.
v. Mary, bap. at Cirencester, 3 August, 1758; marr. there 26 June, 1785, George Thorne, of Cirencester.
vi. Sarah, bap. at Cirencester, 7 May, 1767.

1 A Sarab Clutterbuck marr. at Tetbury, 20 December, 1767, Richard Jonas.

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We now revert to:
6. Richard Clutterbuck, [6th son of Jonathan Clutterbuck (4)] bap. at Cirencester 28 March, 1735; bur. there 12 October, 1817, aged 82; marr. at Tetbury 13 January, 1770, Mary Nash; Issue:
i. Jonathan Clutterbuck, of whom next.
ii. Sarah, bap. at Tetbury, 3 June, 1771.
iii. Ann, bap. at Tetbury, 26 October, 1772
iv. Margaret, bap. at Tetbury, 24 August, 1777.

7. Jonathan Clutterbuck, of Cirencester, labourer, bap. at Tetbury, 21 May, 1774; marr. Deborah … Issue:
i. Thomas Clutterbuck, bap. at Cirencester, 30 August, 1807; bur. there 10 April, 1808.
ii. Richard Clutterbuck, born 26 December, 1813; bap. at Cirencester, 23 January 1814.
iii. Mary, bap. at Cirencester, 27 February, 1803.
iv. Hester, bur. at Cirencester, 30 March, 1808.
v. Hester, bap. at Cirencester, 28 May, 1809; bur. there 5 January, 1810.
vi. Ann, bap. at Cirencester, 18 August, 1811.
vii. Sarah, born 26 September, 1816.


We now revert to:

8. Edward Clutterbuck, of Cirencester, tanner, [second son of Richard Clutterbuck (1)], died 27 July, 1703, aged 73, m.i.; bur. at Cirencester, 30 July, 1703; will dated 23 July, 1703, proved at Gloucester, 6 August, 1703; marr. Mary … , who died 5 January, 1697, aged 65; bur. at Cirencester, 7 January, 1697.
Issue :

i. Richard Clutterbuck, bap. at Cirencester, 8 June, 1664; ? the Richard Clutterbucke of St. Mary-le-Bow, Citizen and Leatherseller of London, whose will dated 20 July, 1727, was proved P.C.C., 13 November, 1729; bur. at Little Horsey, Essex, with his wife Elizabeth, whose will dated 14 February, 1739, was proved in London, 8 April, 1740.
ii. James Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iii. Mary, marr.
iv. Lydia, marr.
v. Elizabeth, bap. at Cirencester, 30 November, 1670.
vi. Sarah, bur. at Cirencester, 22 November, 1667.
vii. Rebecca, bur. at Cirencester, 2 June, 1669.
vii. Bridget, marr. at Cirencester, 25 June, 1682, Guy Pincote.

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9. James Clutterbuck, of Cirencester, born 11 October, 1673; bur. at Cirencester, 16 June, 1722 ; 1 marr. there 4 August, 1696, Susannah, daughter of John and Susanna Willett, of Cirencester; she was born 11 June, 1671; died 4, and bur. at Cirencester, 15 February, 1757, m.i.
Issue:
i. John Clutterbuck, born 8 October, bap. at Cirencester, 22 October, 1697; died 27 November and bur. at Cirencester, 30 November, 1699, m.i.
ii. Edward Clutterbuck, born 1 March, and bap. at Cirencester, 14 March, 1698; died 17 April and bur. at Cirencester, 20 April, 1728, m.i.
iii. John Clutterbuck, born 21 January, and bap. at Cirencester, 4 February, 1700; died 2 July, and bur. at Cirencester, 5 July, 1702, m.i.
iv. James Clutterbuck, of Richmond, co. Surrey, and Claverton, co. Somerset; (at the “Three Angels” in the Strand, mercer, in 1742) ; bap. at Cirencester, 2 January, 1704; died at Claverton, 26 November, 1776, aged 72,2 m.i., s.p. Will proved in London P.C.C., 1776, m.i. at Cirencester.
v. Willett Clutterbuck, bap. at Cirencester, 12 June, 1707; died 24 June, bur. at Cirencester, 1 July, 1773, m.i.; married Elizabeth … , who was bur. there, 28 February, 1784; her will proved in London, 1784.
vi. Sarah, bap. at Cirencester, 27 November, 1702; died 8 December, and bur. at Cirencester, 17 December, 1771.
vii. Susaunah, bap. at Cirencester, i6 August, 1709; bur. at Cirencester, 23 May, 1788; Will, as of Bath, proved in London, 1788.
viii. Mary, born 1 January, bap. at Cirencester, 14 January, and bur. there 24 January, 1711.
ix. Elizabeth, bap. at Cirencester, 24 November, 1714; died 29 February, 1784; marr. (1) . . . Somerset, draper and bookseller, of London, and (2) John Cripps, of Cirencester.3

CIRENCESTER
1672. May 26. George Willson and
Mary Clutterbuck marr.
1675. May 8. Thomas Clutterbuck, bur.
1676. November 34. Elizabeth, daughter of James Clutterbuck and Elizabeth, bap.
[Grant of Marriage License at Glouceste: 1675, July 1. James Clutterbuck, of Cirencester, farmer, 30, and Elizabeth Willsheer, of Painswick, single, 26. Parish Registerof St. Michael, Gloucester: 1675, July 6. James Clutterbooke and Elizabeth Willsheere, marr.]
1676. May 31. James Clutterbuck, bur.
1679. October 7. Jno., son of Jno. (sic.), Clutterbuck and Mary, bap.
1680. October 28. Richard Stevens and
Mary Clutterbuck marr.

1 M.I. in church, says he died 30 June, 1733; this is clearly an error.
2 From the Bath, Chronicle Newspaper of 28 November, 1776: “Yesterday morning, died at Claverton, James Clutterbuck, Esq., in the commifion of the Peace for the Co.s of Glocester and Middlesex, a Governor of the Foundling Hospital, and a member of the Society of Arts, &c., a gentleman equally distinguished by his public spirit and the warmth of his private friendship; by his humanity in assisting the distressed and by his general encouragement of bashful merit; in short he was a friend to virtue and an enemy to no one but the abandonedly vicious and immoral.:”
3 1784. Mrs. Elizabeth Cripps pave by Will: £500 vested in the Public Funds, Old South Sea Annuity, the Interest of which to be equally divided at Christmas between 10 widows, or old unmarried women that do not receive Alms of the Parifh.

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1682. January 9. Thomas, son of Joseph Clutterbuck and Mary, bap.
1684. December 7. Joseph, son of Mary Clutterbuck, widow, bap.
1684. September 9. Elizabeth Clutterbooke, widow, bur.
1685. December 1. Mary Clutterbuck, widow, bur.
1690. March 25. Edward Clutterbuck, Junr., bur.
1693. July 6. John Bird of Stroud, and
Elizabeth Clutterbuck of Cirencester marr.
1724. January 24. Hungerford Clutterbuck, bur.
1730. March 31. James Gray and
Susanna Clutterbuck marr.
1756. April 23. Sarah dr. of Ann Clutterbuck, bap. [see 1792].
1756. June 24. Mary Clutterbuck, widow, bur.
1785. March 5. Mary, wife of Richard Clutterbuck, bur.
1792. November 28. Thomas Richardson and
Sarah Clutterbuck marr. [see 1756]
1797. March 26. William Blowen and
Ann Clutterbuck both of this parish marr.
1799. January 1. John Paine and
Sarah Clutterbuck both of this parish marr.
1803. April 8. Margaret Clutterbuck, spr., bur.
1804. February 26. Charles Day, of Siddington, and
Margaret Clutterbuck of this parish marr.
1804. March 9. Ann Clutterbuck, widow, bur.
1816. February 24. George, son of Thomas and Jane Clutterbuck, of Cirencester, carpenter, born.
1818. July 30. Jane, dr. of Thomas and Jane Clutterbuck, of Cirencester, carpenter, born.

GRANTS OF MARRIAGE LICENSES AT GLOUCESTER.

1662. November 3. William Willis, of Cirencester, apothecary, 40, and Hester Clutterbuck, of same, single, 30.
1689. February12. Edmund Clutterbuck, of Cirencester, and Anna Herbert.
1713. December 8. (Surrogate). Thomas Clutterbuck, of Cirencester, and Maria Parsons, of the same.

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Clutterbuck of Exeter.


1. Thomas Clutterbuck, marr. (his wife living 1683) and had issue:
i. Daniel Clutterbuck, of Exeter, plumber; will dated 15 August, 1709, proved P.C.C., 6 April, 1717. (His wife bur. in St. Bartholomew’s Yard, before 1709). In his will he mentions: His cousin Thomas Clutterbuck, of Exeter, merchant, and his son James; His cousin Daniel Clutterbuck, plumber, and his daughters, Isabella and Eliam.
ii. James Clutterbuck, of whom next.
iii. Joseph Clutterbuck, of whom hereafter.
iv. Samuel Clutterbuck, bur. at Cirencester, 18 October, 1685; had issue:
1. Thomas Clutterbuck, living, 1693, Disinherited.
2. Samuel Clutterbuck.

2. James Clutterbuck, of Exeter, wool merchant; will dated 12 January, 1683, proved P.C.C., 3 June, 1684.
He desired his “body to be buried in the N.E. end of St. Bartholomew’s Yard, as near as may be unto that of my eldest son, who there interred about 24 years past.”
James Clutterbuck married Margery Chance, sister of Daniel Chance, afterwards of Cirencester; her will dated 16 December, 1691, proved P.C.C., 13 March, 1694; died 1 March, and bur. at Cirencester, 6 March, 1694.
Issue:
i. Thomas Clutterbuck, of Oporto, Portugal, living there 1683; will dated 16 June, 1691; proved P.C.C., 30 March, 1693, s.p.
ii. James Clutterbuck, of Exeter,1 woolman; will dated 3 August, 1690, proved P.C.C., 28 August, 1690, s.p. Marr. (2) Sarah, dau. of Roger Cheeke, she living 1695.

We now revert to:

3. Joseph Clutterbuck, of Cirencester, third son of Thomas Clutterbuck, bur. there 13 May, 1684; marr. Mary. . . , Issue:
i. Joseph Clutterbuck.
ii. Thomas Clutterbuck, living 1709; had issue Loveday Clutterbuck, living 1683.
iii. Daniel Clutterbuck, of Exeter, plumber.
iv. John Clutterbuck, living 1709.
v. Alice, living 1709.


1 James Clutterbuck, citizen of Exeter, gave £100 for educating and apprenticing poor children.

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Clutterbuck of Wells.

1. William Clutterbuck, of Wells, Co. Somerset, bur. at St. Cuthbert, Wells, 5 June, 1631; Will dated 1 June, 1631, proved P.C.C., 2 July, 1631; marr. Elizabeth, who was living 1631; Issue:
i. William Clutterbooke, “in Barbadoo” in 1674.
ii. James Clutterbooke, of whom next.
iii. Richard Clutterbooke, bap. at St. Cuthbert, Wells, January, 1613/4; bur. there, 2 March, 1615/6.
iv. Thomas Clutterbooke, “of London, Silkman,” living 1674.
v. Martha, bap. at St. Cuthbert, Wells, 5 June, 1616; bur. there 11 October,
1629.

2. James Clutterbuck, of Wells, attorney; bap. at St. Cuthbert, Wells, 7 April, 1611; Will dated 24 March, 1673/4, proved P.C.C., 9 December, 1674; he left instructions to be buried in the same grave as his father; man. Sarah … , who was bur. at St. Cuthbert Wells, May, 1680.
Issue:
i. James Clutterbuck, “in Barbadoo” in 1674; bap. at St. Cuthbert, Wells, 21 October, 1633; marr. 22 November, 1655, at Westminster Abbey, Millicent, dau. of John Wilde, of Bagshot, co. Surrey.
ii. William Clutterbuck, of Lincoln’s Inn, and of the parish of St. Dunstans’ in the West, London, aged about 28 in 1674; Will dated 11 April, 1675, proved P.C.C. 1 July 1675; marr. at St. Andrew, Holborn (Marriage License, dated 21 April 1674), Elizabeth Ashenhurst, of St. Andrew, Holborn, then aged about 28.

WELLS PARISH REGISTER.

1623. March 30. Sarah Clutterbooke, bur.
1632. October 14 Thomas Midlam and Elizabeth Clutterbucke, marr.


THURLOXTON PARISH REGISTER.

1725. April 19. Marr. John Clutterbuck, of Bridgewater and Ann NowelI.


FOSTER’S LONDON MARRIAGE LICENCES.

1663. December 7. Symons, Henry, of Thurloxton, cc. Somerset, gent., bachelor, 24, and Elizabeth Clutterbooke, spinster, 19, daughter of James Clutterbooke, of the city of Wells, gent., who consents - at Croscombe, Dynder, or Shipton Mallett, in said county
1673. June 20. Aishe, John, of Lincoln’s Inn, gent., bachelor, about 24, and Frances Clutterbuck, of Wells, co. Somerset, spinster, about 20, consent of parents, James and Elizabeth Clutterbuck, at parish of Cuthbert, in town of Wells, co. Somerset.

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Petition
— of —

ferdinando Clotterbooke.1


To the Right honnoble. lyonell lord Cranefeild Earle of Myddellsex lord highe Treasurer of England.
The humble petytion of fferdinando Clotterbooke a distressed parryssner.
Humblie shewing to your gode lorp. Thatt in the 39th yeare of the late Queene he being then In prosperytie did lend uppon a prevye seale 60 li wch is yet unpayed hym; And in the vi yeare of his mats. Rainge hee was compelled to paye also 6o li. psell of an ould debt of 200 li. longe before owinge by Sr Robert Counstable Knight of the Countie of Yorke wch in all Right Equytie and Conscience ought to have been leavied and payed by Sr Wm. Counstable sonne and heier of Sr Robert wch. had lande left him by hys father of 1560 li, rent p. ann that the sayed 6o li was wrongfullie imposed uppon your lorps. poore Supplt. because he had then a psell of lande of 6o li p. ann. wch was bought of the sayd Sir Robert Counstable long before he had the same land extended.

Nowe Therefore your lops. poore distressed and myserablie Imprysoned suppt. lyinge in a dolful pryson 5 weekes on the boordes doth most humblie beseech your good lop. out of your compassion of your supts. great mysery who is lyke to perrysh to be pleased speedelie to order that 75 li. being justlie dew to your suppt. may be prtlie pd. unto him, ffor that all of the 120 li. lent and pd. as aforesayd your poore suppt. did in the viii yeare of his Mat. Rainge receave backe but onelie 45 li. out of and ould debt of one Jeames Maskell of Kent. So as 75 li. rest yett justlie unpayed to hym wch hee uppon his knees humblie cravethe by your hoable. means maye be don.
And he and iii distressed motherless children shall daylie be bound to pray for your lps. health and honnorable prosperytie.



1 See Page 44.

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The Petition is endorsed thus:

Chelsey, 8 May, 1623.

Sir Robert Pye.—I have knowen this peticoñer a Merchant of greate estate, & thinke it justice & honour for the King to relieve him with his own. And therefore if you have anie warrant for repaymt. of Queen Elizabeths Loane-money & find that he is yet unpaid fifteen pounds of the LX li. he lent Her Mats. by pryvy seale; I pray you draw up an order for paynt. of that XV li. unto him for his relief in he present greate necde of extremytie.
MIDDLESEX.

[From the original petition now in the possession of Ernest Charles Clutterbuck, Esq., of Harpenden, and kindly transcribed by him for the Editors.]

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Extracts from the parish Registers and the Bishop’s transcripts.

ARLINGHAM.
1685. 26 August. Sarah, the wife of William Clutterbuck, Vicr., was buryed.
1689. 17 July. William Clutterbuck, V. of Arlingham, buried.
NOTE. - He graduated B.A. at Magdalen Hall, Oxford, 8 February, 1670; M.A., 4 November, 1673; Vicar, 1681-1689; marr. at Fretherne, 2 June, 1682, Sarah Giles.

AVENING.
1664. 4 April. John Smith
and Hannah Clutterbooke marr.
1677. 28 June. Hester, daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Clutterbook, bap.
1703. 3 May. John Walkley, of King Standley
and Hester Clotterbooke, of Avening marr.
1720. 29 March. Joseph Avery
and Mary Clutterbuck marr.
1745. 27 November. Ann Clutterbuck, widow of Nailsworth, bur.
NOTE. – On 4 August, 1674, 2 marriage license was granted to Thomas Saunders, widr. of Avening, yeoman, and Bridget Clutterbuck of Harscombe, single, 30 [or ? 50].
William Clutterbuck, of Avening, was bur. at King Stanley, 11 Aug., 1709.

BISLEY.
1679. 6 May. Samuel Wight or White
and Elizabeth Clutterbucke marr.
1699. 23 July. Richard Clutterbuck
and Elizabeth Smart marr.
1701. 31 January. James Cainton
and Sarah Clutterbuck marr.
1703. 20 April. Elizabeth, dr. of Richard Clutterbuck, bur
1705. 17 December. Richard Clutterbuck
and Esther Wintle, of Stroud marr.
1731. 13 July. Jonathan Clutterbuck
and Hester Barber marr.
1731. 17 January. Jon. Dainton, of Cirencester,
and Sarah Clutterbuck marr.
1732. 1 October. John White
and Mary Clutterbuck marr.
1736. 29 August James Restal
and Hester Clutterbuck marr.
[A similar entry on 7 November]
1743. 3 May. Matthew Clutterbuck
and Mary Dean marr.
1746. 21 July. William Fereby
and Keziah Clutterbuck marr.
1818. 25 December. Thomas Steel, bachr.
and Martha Clutterbuck, both of this parish, marr.
Witns. Robert Steel.
Hannah Clutterbuck.
NOTE.—A marriage license was granted to John Watkins, of Bisley, clothier, 26, and Sarah Clutterbuck, of same, single, 20, on 30 September, 1669.
The will of William Clutterbuck was pr. at Gloucester in 1673.

CHELTENHAM.
1815. 16 April. Thomas, son of Thomas and Elizabeth Clutterbuck, of Cheltenham, labourer, bap.
1818. 7 June. George, son of Thos. and Elizabeth Clutterbuck, of Allstone, labr. bap.
NOTE.—Bigland gives the following as being on a headstone in Cheltenham Churchyard:
“Mary, wife of John Clutterbuck senr. died 12 October, 1787, aged 70 [? 45].
Hester, their daughter died 5 January. 1768, aged 16.”
CHURCHAM.
1814. 27 March. John, son of John and Hannah Clutterbuck, of Highnam, labourer, bap.
1817. 28 September. George, son of John and Hannah Clutterbuck, of Highnam, labourer, bap.
COALEY.
1728. 7 October. Edmund Smith, of Harsfleld
and Susanna Clutterbook, of this parish marr.
DURSLEY.
1818. 9 August. William Clutterbuck, bachr.
and Susanna Elliotts, spr. both of this parish, marr.
Witnesses: Deborah Hancock.
Thos. Thurton
EASTINGTON.
1558. 18 November. Joanna Clutterbooke filia Wim. Clotterbooke, sepult.
1563. 13 April. Anselm films Win. Clotterbooke, sepult.
1563. 30 November. Joanna filia Wilhelm Clotterbucke, sepult.
1576. 8 March. Ric: filius Margarete Clutterbuck, bap.
1579. 2 March. Willms Clotterbocke, sepult.
1581. 25 November. John Adams
and Margeria Clotterbooke marr.

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1583. 23 June. Margeria Clotterbooke, sepulta fuit.
1583. 25 November. Richard Barnefield
and Margarita Clutterbuck marr.
1586. Maria filia Ric: Clotterbooke, bap.
1587. 3 August. Dorithea uxor Ric: Clotterbooke, sepult.
1594. 16 March. Elizabeth Clutterbuck, sepulta eat.
1597. 16 May. Anna filia Richardi Clotterbooke, bap.
1601. 26 February Guliel Hill
and Johanne Clotterbooke marr.
1602. 30 August. Rebecca fil Richardi Clotterbok, bap.
1602. 21 March. Rebecca Clotterbooke, sepult
1604. John Parke
and Elizabeth Clotterbooke marr.
1608. 27 February. Matthew Colwell
and Elizabeth Clotterbooke marr.
1617. 8 May. Geo. Stratford
and Alice Clotterbooke marr.
1618. Judith filia Richardi Clotterbooke, sepult.
1625. 5 October. Jasper Clotterbooke, sepult.
1638. 3 October. Stephen, son of Stephen and Elizabeth Clotterbuck, bap.
1638. 20 October. William, son of William and Abigail Clotterbuck, bap.
1638. 26 June. Martha Clutterbuck, burd.
1638. 17 July. Mary Clutterbook, burd.
1638. 15 September. Hester Clutterbook, burd.
1638. 22 January. Casandera Clutterbooke, burd.
1640. 10 May. Sara filia Margarita Clutterbuck, bap.
1655. 1 April Daniel fil Thom. Clotterbucke, bap.
1659. 28 February. Joanne ye wife of Daniell Clotterbucke, bap.
1661. 15 November. Grace, dau. of John Clotterbucke, bap.
1662. March. Alice, wife of Richard Clutterbuck, burd.
1663. 28 May. Richard Clutterbuck
and Edith Selwin marr.
1663. 31 December. Daniel Clutterbuck
and Keasandrew Cowley marr.
1664. Judith, dau. of Richard Clutterbuck, bap.
1667. 2 April Daniel, son of Daniel Clutterbeck, burd.
1675. 29 May. Mary, daur. of Thomas Clutterbuck and Lydia, his wife, bap.
1675. 6 April. Stephen Jones of King Stanley
and Sarah Clutterbucke marr.
1677. 17 April. Thomas Clutterbuck.
and Katherine Cowley both of this parish, marr.
1679. 15 September. Judith, daur. of Thomas and Catherine Clutterbuck, bap.
1679. 13 June. Richard Clutterbooke, burd. [Will pr. at Gloucester, 1679.]
1679. 25 September. Richard Clutterbooke, Junior, burd. [Will pr. at Gloucester, 1679.]
1680. 19 September. Hañah, dau. of Thomas and Lydia Clutterbooke, bap.
1680. 7 February. Mary, dau. of Thomas and Dorothy Clutterhooke, bap.
1680. 15 April. Thomas Clutterbooke, of this parish
and Dorothy Bayley, of Wheatenhurst marr.
1680. 24 December. Hannah, dau. of Thomas and Lydia Clutterbooke, burd.
1680. 6 March. Mary, widow of Richard Clutterbooke, burd.
1681. 7 April. Samuel Myles
and Anna Clutterbooke marr.
1682. 12 October. Rebeckah, dau. of Walter and Hañah Clutterbuck, bap.
1682. 22 October. Stephen Clutterbuck
and Elizabeth Lovell marr.
1682. 21 September. Joseph, son of Daniell Clutterbuck, burd.
1682. 1 March. Dorothy, wife of Thomas Clutterbuck, burd.
1683. 18 October. Jon. Clutterbuck
and Bridget Walin marr.
1684. 7 June. Richard Clutterbuck, burd.
[1685. 9 January. Robert, son of Stephen Clutterbuck, by Elizabeth, his wife, of the parish of Easington, bap. (Leonard Stanley Reg.)]
1686. 16 January. Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Clutterbook and Mary, his wife, bap.
1686. 20 February. Mary, dau. of John Clutterbook and Bridget, his wife, bap.
1686. 10 May. Thomas Clutterbook and Elizabeth, his wife, burd.
1687. 24 April. Mary, dau. of Stephen and Elizabeth Clotterbook, bap.
1687. 1 October. John Clotterbook, burd.
1688. 1 June. Dinah, dau. of Joshua and Betty Clutterbuck, bap.
1689. 9 February. Judith, dau. of Stephen and Elizabeth Clutterbuck, bap.
1689. 5 May. Thomas, son of Thomas and Mary Clutterbuck, bap.
1689. 10 February. Stephen Clutterbuck, burd.
1690. 27 December. Joseph, son of Thomas Clutterboke, bap.
1691. 23 March. John and Katherine, being twin son and dr. of Thomas and Katherine Clutterbuck, bap.
1691. 23 August. Robert Clotterbuck, burd.
1691. 1 March. Richard Clotterbook, burd.
1692. 21 June. Mary, dau. of Stephen and Elizabeth Clutterbook, bap.
1693. 11 July. Samuel, son of Thomas and Mary Clutterbook, bap.
1693. 15 September. Hannah Clutterbooke, burd.
1694. 24 December. Josiah, son of Stephen and Elizabeth Clutterbuck, bap.
1695. September. John Clotterbook burd.
1695. 19 February. Rebecka Clotterbook, burd.
1696. 8 January. Alice, dau. of Stephen and Elizabeth Clotterbook, bap.
1696. 19 July. John Clooterbook, burd.
1696. 10 August. Catherine Clooterbook.
1696. 17 January. Alice Clooterbook, burd.
1697. 23 September. Hannah Clooterbook, burd.
1696. 9 November. Stephen, son of Stephen and Elizabeth Cintterbuck.
1702. 17 July. Daniel Clutterbuck, burd.

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1702. 24 January. Mary Clutterbuck, widow, burd.
1708. 8 April. John Daniels
and Mary Clutterbuck marr.
1709. 15 May. Judith, daugr. of Stephen Clutterbuck and Elizabeth, burd.
1709. 7 June. Elizabeth, dau. of Stephen Clutterbuck and Elizabeth, burd.
1709. 1 August. Stephen Clutterbuck, burd.
1709. 19 January. An unbaptised child of Richard Clutterbuck, burd.
1711. 30 October. Joseph Clutterbuck, burd.
1711. 2 November. Elizabeth Clutterbuck, burd.1711.
1711. 27 November. Mary Clutterbuck, burd.
1714. 19 April. John Payne
and Sarah Clutterbuck marr.
1716. 8 March Ann, daughter of Thomas and Sarah Clutterbuck, bap.
1717. 30 December Samuel, son of Joseph and Elizabeth Clutterbuck, bap.
1718. 29 July Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas and Sarah Clutterbuck, bap.
1718. 29 October. Thomas and Mary, son and dau. of Joseph and Elizabeth Clutterbuck, bap.
1718. 5 November. Thomas Clutterbuck, burd.
1718. 11 November. Mary Clutterbuck, burd.
1719. 19 March. Daniel, son of Joseph and Elizabeth Clutterbuck, bap.
1720. 12 April. Judith, dau. of James and Mary Clutterbuck, bap.
1720. 18 November. Mary Clutterbuck, burd.
1720. 18 December. Thomas Clutterbuck, burd.
1721. 30 April. Samuel, son of Joseph and Elizabeth Clutterbuck, bap.
1722. 14 August. Samuel, son of Joseph and Elizabeth Clutterbuck, bap.
1722. 19 October. George, son of James and Mary Clutterbuck, bap.
1722. 16 June. Samuel, son of Joseph and Elizabeth Clutterbuck, burd.
1723. 15 September. Thomas, son of Joseph and Elizabeth Clutterbuck, bap.
1723. 26 June. Sarah, wife of Thomas Clutterbuck, burd.
1723. 24 September. Mary, wife of James Clutterbuck, burd.
1723. 12 October. Judith, dau. of James Clutterbuck, burd.
1723. 2 June. William Clutterbuck, of Leonard Standley
and Hester Wilkins. marr.
1723. 11 July. Thomas Clutterbuck, of Leonard Standley
and Mary Kaynes. marr.
1724. 13 October. Samuel, son of William and Hester Clutterbuck, bap.
1724. 16 October. William and Jno., sons of Joseph and Elizabeth Clutterbuck, bap.
1724. 27 September. Daniel, son of Joseph and Elizabeth Clutterbuck, burd.
1724. 30 October. William and John, sons of Joseph and Elizabeth Clutterbuck, burd.
1725. 23 November. Joseph, son of Joseph and Elizabeth Clutterbuck, bap.
1725. 1 February. Wilham, son of William and Hester Clutterbuck, bap.
1725. 13 May. Daniel Fowler, of Stanley Regis
and Sarah Clutterbuck, of this parish marr.
[Marriage License dated 8 May, 1725, he a bachelor, about 30, and she “spinster, about 23.”]
1726. 10 November. Sarah, wife of James Cluttorbuck. burd.
1727. 10 August. Sarah, daughter of Wi1liam and Hester Clutterbuck, bap.
1727. 28 January. Joseph, son of Joseph and Elizabeth Chutterbuck, burd.
1730. 8 December. Mary. dau. of Joseph and Elizabeth Clutterbuck, bap.
1730. 14 October. Stephan Clutterbuck, burd.
1730. 11 November. James Clutterbuck burd.
1730. 16 February. Joseph Clutterbuck burd.
1731. 17 June. Samuel Ball of Leonard Stanley
and Sarah Clutterbuck of this parish marr.
[1734. 2 November. Nathaniel Clutterhuck of Easoñ
and Hester Clutterbuck of ys ph. marr. King Stanley Reg.]
1737. 29 September. Samuel Pritchet, of the parish of Horsley
and Sarah Clutterbuck, of this parish. marr.
1741. 4 January. Samuel, son of Nathaniel Clutterbuck and Hester, bap.
1742. 27 October. Hester, wife of William Clutterbuck, burd.
1742. 1 December. Hester, wife of John Clutterbuck, burd.
1742. 6 March. Hester, daughter of Nathaniel Clutterbuck and Hester, burd.
1743. 6 March. John Clutterbuck, burd.
1746. 14 March. Mary, daughter of George Clutterbuck and Hannah, bap.
1747. 16 August. William, son of Samuel Clutterbuck and Elizabeth, bap.
1747. 28 June. Joseph Clutterbuck, burd.
1747. 17 September. John Beard, of Frocester
and Sarah Clutterbuck, of Eastington marr.
1749. 30 July. Joseph, son of Samuel Clutterbuck and Elizabeth, bap.
1750. 6 June. James, son of George Clutterbuck and Hannah, bap.
? 1751. 1 2 December. Samuel, son of George Clutterbuck and Hanna, bap.
? 1751. 1 25 December. Mary, daughter of Samuel Clutterbuck and Elizabeth, bap.
? 1751. 1 6 April. Thomas Sandford
and Elizabeth Clutterbuck marr.
? 1752. 1 17April. Elizabeth Clutterbuck burd.
? 1752. 1 12 May Stephen Dangerfield, of Horsley
and Sarah Clutterbuck, of this parish marr.
1753. 1 March. Elizabeth, daughter of George Clutterbuck and Hannah, bap.
1753. 5 December. Nathaniel Clutterbuck, burd.
1754. 16 February. Catherine, daughter of Samuel Clutterbuck, and Betty, bap.
1755. 10 May. Benjamin, son of George Clutterbucjt and Hannah, bap.
1755. 26 August. Samuel, son of George Clutterbuck and Hannah, burd.
1756. 15 May. Mary, daughter of Samuel Clutterbuck and Elizabeth, burd.
1757. 29 March. Sarah, daughter of George Clutterbuck and Hannah, bap.
1757. 3 April. Sarah, daughter of George Clutterbuck and Hannah, burd.
1758. 1 January. Mary, daughter of Samuel Clutterbuck and Betty. bap.
1758. 13 December. Elizabeth Clutterbuck, burd.

1 The transcripts from which these entries are taken are undated.

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THE FAMILY OF CLUTTERBUCK
1759. 21 April. Sarah, daughter of George Clutterbuck and Hannah, bap.
1762. 10 May. Sarah, daughter of George Clutterbuck and Hannah, burd.
1767. 27 September. Jno. son of Jno. Clutterbuck and Mary, bap.
1767. 26 March. Elizabeth Clutterbuck, widow, burd.
1768. 3 July. Betty, daughter of Thomas Clutterbuck and Hester, bap.
1768. 7 August. John, son of John Clutterbuck and Mary, burd.
1769. 18 May. James, son of John Clutterbuck and Mary, bap.
1770. 14 October. Sarah, daughter of Thomas Clutterbuck and Hester, bap.
1771. 9 February. Sarah, daughter of John Clutterbuck and Mary, bap.
1771. 12 August. Thomas Humphris
and Margaret Clutterbuck both of this parish, marr.
1772. 8 July. Thomas, son of Thomas Clutterbuck and Hester, bap.
1772. 10 November. Thomas, son of Thomas Clutterbuck and Hester, burd.
1773. 1 April. Edward, son of John Clutterbuck and Mary, bap.
1774. 18 June. Mary, daughter of Samuel Clutterbuck, burd.
1774. 12 July. Samuel Clutterbuck, burd.
1774. 15 July. Mary Clutterbuck, burd.
1775. 21 May. Ann, daughter of Thomas Clutterbuck and Hester, bap.
1775. 23 September. Peter, son of John Clutterbuck and Mary, bap.
1776. 15 June. Hester Clutterbuck, spinster, burd.
1776. 2 July. Samuel Clutterbuck, of Stonehouse, burd.
1777. 15 June. Mary, daughter of Thomas Clutterbuck and Hester, bap.
1777. 21 September. Peter, son of John Clutterbuck and Mary, burd.
1778. 3 March. John Pitt, of Stonehouse
and Elenor Clutterbuck, of this parish marr.
1779. 10 December. Hannah, wife of George Clutterbuck, burd.
1779. 3 May. Thomas Burnett
and Sarah Clutterbuck, both of this parish, marr.
1780. 18 June. John, son of Thomas Clutterbuck and Hester, bap.
1780. 10 September. Nathaniel Perkins
and Sarah Clutterbuck, both of this parish, marr.
1781. 31 March. George Clutterbuck, burd.
1782. 22 May. John Clutterbuck
and Ann Hayward, both of this parish, marr.
1783. 28 October. Hannah, daughter of John Clutterbuck and Ann, bap.
1784. 4 August. Samuel Clutterbuck, buried by the parish.
[1784. 30 April. Ann, wife of Thomas Clutterbuck of Eastington, bur. Slimbridge Reg.]
1786. 12 January. William Clutterbuck
and Jemima Fennell, both of this parish, marr.
1787. 11 February. William, son of William Clutterhuck and Jemima, bap.
1792. 29 April. Richard Clutterbuck
and Ann Holbrow, both of this parish, marr.
1793. 14 September. Harriot, daughter of Richard Clutterbuck and Ann, bap.
1795. 7 March. Hannah, daughter of Richard Clutterbuck and Hannah, bap.
1795. 9 May. Sarah Clutterbuck, burd.
1795. 10 August. Hannah, daughter of Richard Clutterbuck and Anne, burd.
1797. 7 February. Charles, son of Richard Clutterbuck and Hannah, bap.
1797. 13 February. Samuel Clutterbuck
and Sarah Bishop, both of this parish, marr.
1797. 3 July. Edward Clutterbuck
and Mary Heard, both of this parish, marr.
1798. 28 May. Rachel, daughter of Edward Clutterbuck and Mary, bap.
1798. 13 October. Charlotte, daughter of Richard Clutterbuck and Hannah, bap.
1798. 22 April. Sarah the wife of Samuel Clutterbuck, burd.
1800. 1 August. Hannah, daughter of Richard Clutterbuck and Hannah, bap.
1800. 14 September. Hannah, daughter of Richard Clutterbuck and Hannah, burd.
1801. 1 January. William Heard, son of Edward Clutterbuck and Mary, bap.
1801. 13 September. Thomas, son of Richard Clutterbuck and Hannah, bap.
1802. 25 July. William Heard, son of Edward Clutterbuck and Mary, burd.
1802. 6 June. Samuel Clutterbuck
and Betty Jennings, both of this parish, marr.
1803. 1 January. William Heard, son of Edward Clutterbuck and Mary, bap.
1803. 4 June. Prudence, daughter of Samuel Clutterbuck and Elizabeth, bap.
1803. 3 April. Hester, wife of Thomas Clutterbuck, burd.
1803. 2 July. Susanna, wife of John Clutterbuck of Standish, burd.
1804. 16 June. Anne, daughter of Richard Clutterbuck and Hannah, bap.
1804. 23 November. Mary, widow of John Clutterbuck, burd.
1805. 19 April. Joseph, son of Samuel Clutterbuck and Betty, bap.
1806. 2 May. James, son of Richard Clutterbuck and Hannah, bap.
1806. 7 December. GcorgeCowley
and Dinah Clutterbuck, of this parish, marr.
1808. 8 May. Matilda, daughter of Richard Clutterbuck and Hannah, bap.
1808. 6 December. William Clutterbuck, burd.
1812. 25 December. Edwin, son of Richard Clutterbuck and Hannah, bap.
1812. 22 November. Elijah, son of Edward Clutterbuck and Mary, burd.
1812. 22 December. Edwin, son of Daniel Clutterbuck and Elizabeth, burd.
1813. 10 January. Benjamin Clutterbuck, of Eastington, aged 4 years, burd.
1813. 23 May. Elizabeth, wife of Daniel Clutterbuck, of Eastington, aged 35 years, burd.
1814. 30 December. Thomas Clutterbuck, bachr.
and Ann Wetmore, spr, both of this parish, marr.
Witns.: Win. Werrett; Wm. Wetmore.
1814. 15 May. Maria Clutterbuck, of Eastington, aged 4 weeks, burd.
1815. 19 April. Edwin, son of Thomas and Ann Clutterbuck, of Eastington, labr., bap.
1816. 7 January. Thomas Clntterbuck, of Eastington, aged 75, burd.
1816. 25 December. Edward Clutterbuck, bachr.
and Catherine Merrett, spr., both of Eastington, marr.
Witns.: Ann Clutterbuck Thos. Evans.

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1817. 11 March. Anne, dau. of Edward and Catherine Clutterbuck, of Eastington, Billy Spinner, bap.
1818. 15 December. Giles, son of Edward and Catherine Clutterbuck, of Eastington, Billy Spinner, bap.
1818. 8 November. John Clutterbuck, bachr.
and Patience Sandford, spr. both of Eastington, marr.
Witns.: Sarah Sandford: Stephen Sandford.
Note.—On 10 July, 1704, a Marriage License was granted to Win. Tychell, of Framptonon-Severn, 23, and Judith Clutterbuck, of Eastington, sp. 30.
On 3 May, 1721, a license was granted to Richard Clutterbock, of Eastington, widower, and Sarah Singleton, of Gloucester, spr.
Administration of the effects of Robert Clutterbuck, of Eastington, was granted, 1686.

GLOUCESTER
St. ALDGATE.
1816. 22 May. George Clutterbuck, bachr.
and Mary Matthews, spr., both of this parish, marr.
Witns.: Mary Ann Clutterbuck; Edward Trigge; Ephraim Close.
1817. 17 April. Mary Ann, dr. of George and Mary Clutterbuck, of this parish, Farrier, bap.
[1818. 28 October. Jane Elizabeth, dr. of George and Mary Clutterbuck of St. Owen, blacksmith, bap.: St. Mary de Crypt, Gloucester P.R.]

St. May de Lode.
1816, 26 August. William Clutterbuck, bachr.
and Sarah Balding, spr., both of this parish, married by banns.
Witns.: James Clutterbuck; Jane Surman; Win. Howitt.
1817, 17 August. James Nash, widower
and Betty Clutterbuck, widow both of this parish, marr.
Witns.: William Wetherstone: Maria Parry.
1818. 2 August. Giles Clutterbuck, bachr., of Cheltenham
and Harriet Dix, spr. of this parish. marr.
Witns.: Saml. Clark: Martha Manns.


FLAXLEY.
1632. 16 October. Edward Clutterbooke and Francis Hall, mar.

FROCESTER.
1576. 2 December. Richardus Clutterbok fil Rici, bap.
1777. 16 October. William Clutterbuck and Hannah Clark, marr.
1779. 28 November. Sarah da. of William and Hannah Clutterbuck. baptd.
1781. 1 March. Sarah Clutterbuck, bur.
1785. 5 July. Thomas Clutterbuck and Mary Bigas, marr.
1785. 18 September. William, son Thos. and Mary Clutterbuck, baptd.
1785. 20 December. William Clutterbuck, bur.
1786. 7 November. Edwd. Woodman and Hannah Clutterbuck mard. [they had issue].
1789. 15 December. Nancy, da. of Thos. and Mary Clutterbuck, bapt.
1789. 15 December. Thomas Clutterbuck, bur.
1800. 21 December. Thomas Clutterbuck and Ann Wilkins, married
[1814. 6 January. John Nicholls, bachr.
and Nancy Clutterbuck, spr., both of this parkh, marr.
Witnss.: Isaac Wilkins; Sarah Nicholls. Cam Register.]
Note.- Bigland gives the following inscription as being on a flat or headstone in Froceater churchyard
“William Clutterbuck, died : 17 Dec., :785, aged 36
Sarah, his daughter, died 22 Feb., 1780, aged 1.”
HARESFIELD.
1693. 1 May. Mr. Thomas Clutterbuck, bur.
1817. 8 June. Sarah, d. of Charles and Susanah Ctntterbuck, of Haresfleld, labourer, bap.
Note. - Thomas C. (then aged 38), marr. at Oldbury-on-the-Hill, 27 October, 1664.
Rebecca, dau. of Richard Talboys, of Tetbury, she bap. at Tetbury, 5 September, 1639.
HEMPSTED.
1814. 7 October. Thomas Clutterbuck, of the extra parochial hamlet of Littleworth, and
Ann Hurcle, of the same hamlet. marr.
Witns. —John and Elizabeth Clutterbuck
1816. 2 June. Job Grey, of the extra parochial hamlet of Littleworth, and
Hannah Clutterbuck, of the same marr.
Witns.: Joshua and Elizabeth Clutterbuck
1818. 12 July. Francis Palmer, of the extra parochial hamlet of Littleworth, and
Ann Clutterbnck, of the same marr.
Witns.: Grace Clutterbuck; Hannah Clutterbuck.
HORSLEY.
1595. 2 January. John Clutterbuck
and Katherine Warner marr.
1657. 2 April. John Harding
and Rebekah Clotterbook marr.
Note – Bigland gives the following inscription as being on a flat stone in Horsley Church::
“Here lieth buried the body of Mary, the wife of John Watts, and daughter Tobye Clutterbucke, whoe departed the 18th of April, 1646.”

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THE FAMILY OF CLUTTERBUCK
KING STANLEY.
1574. 10 June. George Clinton and Anne Cluterbooke, marr.
1579. 22 September. Barnaby Clutterboke and Anne Spynner, marr.
1580. 29 April. George Clutterbooke was bap.
1580. 30 April. George Clutterbooke was bur.
1581. 4 June. Mary Clutterbooke was bap.
[1586. 8 November. Katherine daur. of Barnabey Clutterbooke, bap. Leonard Stanley Reg.]
[2593. 20 January. John, son of Barnabe Clutterbooke, bap. Leonard Stanley Reg.]
1593. 17 March. Alice Clutterbooke was buried.
1596. 12 April. Annes, dr. of John Cluterbooke was bag.
1596. 11 July Elizabeth, dr. of John Clutterbooke, was bap.
1596. 3 September. John Clutterbuck was bur.
1597. 29 August. Mary, dr. of John Clutterbooke was bap.
1597. 6 January. Alice, dr. of John Clutterboke was bap.
1599. 1 April. Anne, dr. of John Cloterbooke, bap.
1600. 23 July. Deborar, dr. of John Clotterbooke, bap.
1601. 9 August. John, s. of John Clotterbooke, bap.
1606. 27 May. Catherine, the wife of John Clotterbooke, was bur.
1607. 23 January. John Clotterbooke and Elizabeth Wilkines, marr.
1609. 20 August. Richard, s. of John Clotterbooke, bap.
[1624. 28 April. Barnabee Clutterbooke, bur. Leonard Stanley Reg.]
1615. 20 June. Marie, dr. of John Clutterbooke, bap.
1616. 3 October. William Hooper and Margerie Clutterbook, marr.
1617. 27 March. Elizabeth, the wife of John Clutterbooke, of the pene, bur.
1617. 17 July. John Clutterbooke and Mary Barnewood, marr.
[1619. 17 July. John, the sonne of Barnabee Clutterbooke, bur. Leonard Stanley Reg.]
1643. 11 May. Ann Clotterbooke, bur.
1676. November. William Clutterbooke
and Sarah Morse marr.
1678. 4 February. Sarah Clutterbooke, bur.
1681. 2 May. William Clutterbooke, bur.
1682. 11 January. Sarah, daur. of William Clotterbooke, bap.
1682. 27 March. Margaret, daur. of William Clutterbooke, bap.
1683. 18 August. John Clutterbooke, bur.
1685. 7 March. John Clutterbooke and Idith Beard, marr.
[Marriage Lic. 2 March, 1685 he, bachelor, and aged 30. She, spinster and aged 25.]
1685. 24 December. Sarah Clutterbooke, bur.
1686. 4 January. Sarah, dau. of Rich. Clotterbooke, bap.
1686. 20 October. Sussanah, dau. of John Clutterbooke, bap.
1687. 22 April. John, sone of John Clutterbooke, bap.
1687. 26 June. Francis Bennett and Susanna Clutterbooke, marr.
1687. 25 December. Robert Tanner and Elizth. Clutterbooke, marr.
1689. 6 July. Thomas, son of Richard Clutterbook, bap.
1691. 27 March. Daniel, sone of John Clutterbooke, bap.
1692. 6 July. Hester, dr. of Richard Clutterbooke, bap.
1692. 24 November. Elizabeth Clutterbooke, burd.
2693. 23 November. William Clutterbooke and Judith Gardner, marr.
1694. 18 December. Richard, son of Richard Clutterbooke, bap.
1695. 7 February. Idith, dr. of John Clutterbooke, bap.
1696. 15 April. Sarah Clutterbooke, burd.
1696. 27 April. William Clutterbooke, burd.
1697. 30 November. Hannah Clutterbooke, burd.
1700. 22 December. William Clutterbooke, burd.
1701. 6 July. William Dangerfield
and Sarah Clutterbooke, marr.
1702. 19 June. Richard Clutterbooke, burd. [Admon. 1705].
1703. 7 April. Elizabeth Clutterbooke, burd.
1703. 4 May. William Clutterbooke, burd.
1710. March. Richard Clutterbuck, burd.
1712. 19 June. Sarah Clutterbuck, burd.
1712. 24 October. William Aldridge of Rodborough and Eliz. Clutterbuck, marr.
1714. 5 January. William Clutterbuck, burd.
1717. ,September. John, son of John Clutterbuck, bap.
1718. 19 December. John Clutterbuck, burd.
1732. 8 July. John, son of John Clutterbuck, bap.
1721. 26 September. John Clutterbuck, burd. [Admon. 1725.]
1723. 23 March. Daniel Clutterbuck, son of Daniel, bap.
1726. 23 March. Martha, dau. of John Clutterbuck, bap.
1730. 9 January. William Cutterbuck, son of John, bap.
1730. 13 January. William Clutterbuck, burd.
1730. 22 July. William Dangerfield and Hestr. Clutterbuck, marr.
1731. 19 April. Martha Cluttcrbuck, burd.
1734. 5 January. John, son of William Clutterbuck, bap.
1735. 17 September. Dennis Clutterbuck, son of Nathaniel, bap.
1735. 22 November. Charles Bennett and Hester Clutterbuck, marr.
1736. 5 February. William, son of William Steedes, alias Clutterbuck, bap.
1736. 11 October. Daniel, son of Nathaniel Clutterbuck, bap.
1737. 12 August. Sarah Clutterbuck, wid., burd.
1737. 28 August. Thomas Clutterbuck, burd.
1738. 26 January. Martha Clutterbuck, dau. of Nathaniel, bap.
1738. 15 May. Hanna, dau. of William Clutterbuck, bap.
1739. 28 June. Edith Clutterbuck, widow, burd.
[“ Judy” originally, then scored through and Edith” written.]
1739. 31 July. William Clutterbuck, burd.
1740. 15 June. Hester, dau. of Nathaniel Clutterbuck, bap.
1743. 18 July. Ann, Wife of Wm. Clutterbuck, als. Steeds, burd.
[1744. 6 May. Hannah, dau. of Nathaniel Clutterbuck, bap. Leonard Stanley Reg.]
1744. 10 July. John, son of John Steeds, alias Clutterbuck, burd.

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1746. 24 August. Mary, dau. of Nathaniel Clutterbuck bap.
1747. 26 December. William Clotterbook and Mary Workman, marr.
1749. 28 August. William, son of William Clutterbuck, alias Steads, bap.
1750. 29 April. Hannah Clutterbook, als. Steeds, burd.
1750. 9 May. John Price, of Forchester
and Elizabeth Clutterbuck, of King Stanley marr.
1750. 2 June. John Clutterbuck, Junr., burd.
1750. 27 June. Mary, posthumous dau. of John Clutterbuck, bap.
1752. 26 February. Thomas, son of William Clutterbuck, als. Steeds, bap.
1757. 25 June. Elizabeth Clutterbuck, widow, burd.
1758. 17 March. Thomas Clutterbuck, burd.
1758. 2 April. Mary. dau. of William Clutterbuck, bap.
1759. 24 April. Thomas, son of William Clotterbook, burd.
1759. 31 October. Mary, dau. of William Clotterbook, burd.
1761. 26 April. Dennis Clutterbuck and Mary Halliday, marr.
1761. 20 November. Thomas, son of William Clutterbuck, bap.
1762. 31 July. Daniel Clutterbuck and Betty Clutterbuck, marr.
1763. 2 January. Sarah, da. of Dennis Clutterbuck, bap.
[2764. 22 July. Samuel Clutterbuck, of King Stanley, bachelor
and Eleanor Knowles, of Stonehouse, spr. marr. Stonehouse Reg.]
1764. 21 October. Dennis, son of Dennis Clutterbuck, bap.
1765. 24 July. Mary, dau. of William Clutterbuck, bap.
1766. 16 March. Samuel, son of Dennis Clutterbuck, bap.
1767. 12 April. Ann, dau. of Dennis Clutterbuck, bap.
1768. 29 December. Martha, dau. of Dennis Clutterbuck, bap.
1770. 22 August. Hannah, dau. of Denms Clutterbuck, bap.
1772. 24 May. Hester, dau. of Dennis Clutterbuck, bap.
[Esther, dr. of Dennis and Mary Clutterbuck, of King Stanley was bap. at Leonard Stanley on the same date.]
1774. 24 July. Mary, dau. of Dennis Clutterbuck, bap.
[1774. 27 November William Curtis, of this parish and Mary Clutterbuck of King Stanley, marr. Eastington Reg.]
1777. 31 August. Sarah, dau. of Dennis Clutterbuck, bap.
1781. 25 May. Susannah, daur. of Dennis and Mary Clutterbuck, bap.
1787. 18 March. William Clutterbuck, burd. by the parish.
1787. 8 September. Richard Heaven
and Sarah Clutterbuck marr.
1791. 23 January. Benjamin Aldridge, of the parish of Randwick
and Hanah Clutterbnck, of this marr.
Witn.: Ann Clutterbuck; Medea Heaven.
1792. 6 December. Mary Clutterbuck, burd.
1793. 3 February. Mary Clutterbnck, bund.
1793. 28 February. James Thomas
and Martha Clutterbuck marr.
Witn.: George Parsons; Philip Little.
1793. 11 December. Thomas Lusty
and Ann Clutterbuck marr.
Witn.: Richard Pegler; Hannah Lasty.
1799. 15 September. John Stephens
and Elizabeth Clutterbuck marr.
Witn John Westfield; Jno. Clutterbuck.
1802. 6 October. Joseph Harries, bachr.
and Mary Clutterbuck, spr. both of this parish, married by banns.
1802. 6 October. George Hill, bachr.
and Susannah Clutterbuck, spr. both of this parish, married by banns.
1803. 11 September. John Watts, bachr.
and Sarah Clutterbuck, spr. both of this parish, married by banns.
Note. - On 24 June, 1663, a marriage license was granted to William Clutterbuck, of King Stanley, broadweaver, 30, and Eliza Bridge, of same, widow. On 19 March 1672, a license was granted to William Clutterbuck of King Stanley clothier, 20, and Elizabeth Fowler, of same, single, 20. On 3 September, 1716, a license was granted to John Clutterbuck of Stanley Regis, and Martha Legg. On 22 March, 1725, a license was granted to John Clutterbuck of Stanley Regis and Dorcas Barnett

LEONARD STANLEY.
1583. 4 November. Thomas? Byam and Margery Clutterboke, marr.
1587. 15 May. Richard Clutterbooke, burd.
1590. 6 April. Richard, son of Richard Clutterbooke, burd.
1593. 21 October. William, son of Miles Clutterbooke, bap.
1596. 22 February. Thomas, son of Miles Clutterbooke, bap.
[1600. 6 April. Jasper, a. of Miles Clotterbooke, bap. King Stanley Register.]
1604. 6 May. Sarah, dr. of John Clotterbooke, bap.
1609. 18 February. Presilla, dr. of John Clutterhooke, bap.
1611. 9 February. John, son of John Clutterbooke, bap.
1614. 7 August. Samuel. son of John Clutterbooke, bap.
1614. 27 October. Richard Smythe and Catherine Clutterbooke, marr.
1616. 3 November. Rebecca, dr. of John Cluttatoke, bap.
1616. 30 November. Alice Clutterbooke, burd.
1618. 7 October. Water Power and Alice Clotterbooke, marr.
1618. November. Thomas Clotterbooke and Ann Partrige, marr.
1620. 23 July. Nathaniel, son of John Clotterbooke, bap.
1626. 22 January. Elizabeth Clutterbooke, burd.
1634. 19 January. Anne Clutterbooke, widowe, burd.
1640. 7 May. John Clutterbook and Marian Smith, marr.
1646. 16 December. Marian, the wife of John Clutterbooke, burd.
1654. 14 August. Samuel Clutterbooke, Junior, burd.
1654. 18 September. Priscilla, wife of John Clutterbooke, burd.
1657. 19 May. John, son of John Clutterbooke, born 3rd, bap.
1662. 28 September. John, son of Richard Clutterbooke, bap.

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1666. 6 November. Richard, son of Richard Clutterbooke, bap.
1670. 26 October. John. the sonne of John Clutterbooke, burd.
1679. 14 May. Katharine Clotterbooke, burd. [Will pr. at Gloucester, 1679.)
1683. 13 January Mary, daur. of Richard Clutterbooke, burd.
[1733. 2 December. James Parsons of this parish and Mary Clutterbuck, of Leonard Stanley, married. King Stanley Reg.]
1740. 7 April John Shreeve and Ann Clutterbuck, married.
[1743. 13 November. Samuel Clutterbuck of Leonard Stanley and Elizabeth Davis, Widow, married; license. King Stanley Reg.)
1803. 11 December. Samuel Park Clutterbuck burd.
1818. 24 January. William Clutterbuck
and Betty Hathaway, both of Leonard Stanley, married.
Note.—The will of Thomas Clutterbuck of Leonard Stanley, was proved at Gloucester, 1657.

MINCHINHAMPTON.
1660. 24 July. Richard Clutterbuck, bur.
1712. 11 April. Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Clutterbuck, bur.
1779. 12 January. Richard Webb
and Mary Clutterbuck marr.
1785. 23 October James, son of James Clutterbuck, burd.
1785. 2 November. Joseph, son of James Clutterbuck burd.
1786. 14 October Esther, daur. of James and Esther Clutterbuck, bap.
1798. 1 November. Sarah, daur. of William and Ann Clutterbuck, bap.
1791. 9 January. James, son of James and Esther Clutterbuck, bap.
1791. 23 February. Elizabeth Clutterbuck, burd.
1791. 31 July. Mary, daur. of William and Ann Clutterbuck, bap.
1797. 11 June. Ann, daur. of James and Hannah Clutterbuck, bap.
1797. 25 June. Ann, daur. of James and Hannah Clutterbuck, burd.
1798. 9 September. Samuel, son of James and Hannah Clutterbuck, bap.
1799. 19 May. Samuel, son of James and Hannah Clutterbuck, burd.
1800. 17 August. Mary, daur. of James and Ann Clutterbuck, bap.
1800. 14 December. Sarah, daur. of John and Mary Clutterbuck, bap.
1880. 2 March. James, son of James Clutterbuck, burd.
1802. 28 March. Eliza, daur. of James and Hannah Clutterbuck, bap.
1803. 30 October. Samuel, son of James and Hannah Clutterbuck, bap.
1804. 2 April. Ann, dau. of John and Mary Clutterbuck, bap.
1805. 28 July. Dina, dau. of James and Hannah Clutterbuck, bap.
1807. 11 October. Diana, dau. of John and Mary Clutterbuck, bap.
1808. 10 July. Ann, dau. of James and Hannah Clutterbuck, bap.
1808. 15 August. Ann, dau. of James Clutterbuck, burd.
1810. 3 June. Samuel, son of James Clutterbuck, burd.
1811. 27 February. Wm. Bryan, son of John and Sarah Cluttubuck, bap.
1812. 24 May. Thomas, son of John and Mary Clutterbuck, bap.
1812. 14 June. Ann, daur. of John and Sarah Clutterbuck, bap.
1814. 19 June. John, son of John and Sarah Clutterbuck of Box, carpenter, bap.
1816. 11 August. Sarah, dau. of John and Sarah Clutterbuck, of Box, carpenter, bap.
1817. 30 March. John Clutterbuck, of Brimscombe, aged 38, burd.
MORTON VALENCE.
1767. 10 July. Thomas Clutterbuck
and Hester Horsham, were marr.
1772. 25 June. Samuel Clutterbuck
and Ann Garlicke, were marr.
1773. 23 April. Mary, dr. of Samuel and Anne Clutterbuck was bap.
1774. 14 August. Hannah, dr. of Samuel and Anne Clutterbuck was bap.
1774. 17 December. Thomas. son of Samuel and Anne Clutterbuck, was bap.
1777. 19 October. Sarah, dr. of Samuel and Anne Clutterbuck, was bap.
1778. 31 May. Thomas Clutterbuck was bur.
1785. 10 July. John, son of Samuel and Anne Clutterbuck, was bap.
NEWENT.
1715. 21 May. Richard Clutterbuck, bur.
NORTH NIBLEY.
1814. 22 May. Elizabeth, dr. of James and Ann Clutterbuck, of Nibley, weaver, bap.
PAINSWICK.
1639. 17 March. Robert, the sonne of Robert Clutterhooke, bap.
1667. 17 October. Mary Clutterbuck, bur.
1708. 12 September. Thomas Davis, of Stroud, scribler
and Elizabeth Clutterbucke, of this parish, marrd.
1731. 19 April. Thomas Hilman
and Elizabeth Clutterbuck marr.
1733. 30 September. John Stephens
and Dinah Clutterbuck marr.
1742. 22 November John Selwin
and Elizabeth Clutterbuck marr.
1744. 25 June. William West
and Susanna Clutterbuck marr.
1783. 3 June. Sarah Clutterbuck, bur.
1791. 27 May. William Clutterbuck
and Mary Willis, both of this parish, marr.
Witns.: Hannah Keen; Robt. Hinton

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QUEDGELEY.
1760. 13 January. Wm. Clutterbuck, of Harsfield
and Ann Kent, of this parish, marr.
1760. 8 March. Saml. Leech, of Barnwood
and Mary Clutterbuck, of this parish marr.

RODBOROUGH
1763. 26 November. Nathaniel, son of Daniel Clutterbuck, bap.
1769. Thomas Clutterbuck
and Phœhe Beard marr.
1778. 18 October. Phœbe, wife of Tomas Clutterbuck, bur.
1789. 2 August. Thomas Gilt

and Hannah Clutterbuck, marr.
1793. 11 April John Miles, bachr.
and Mary Clutterbuck, spr.
1802. 1 September. William Clutterbuck, bur.
1805. 13 or 24 January. William Clark
and Rebecca Clutterbuck marr.
1809. John Hayton
and Mary Clutterbuck marr.
1813. 7 November. William Norris
and Sarah Clutterbuck, both of Rodborough, marrd.
Witns.: Elizabeth and John Clutterbuck.
1813. 15 December. Thomas Harris
and Ann Clutterbuck, both of Rodborough, marr.
Witns. Richd. Clutterbuck and Chas. Kemp.
1818. 17 November. Philip Smith
and Elizabeth Clutterbuck, both of Rodborough, marr.
Witns.: Richard Smith.
1820. John Clutterbuck
and Sarah Franklin married.
1823. James Hogg
and Sarah Clutterbuck married.
1824. Joseph King
and Elizabeth Clutterbuck married.

RODBOROUGH TABERNACLE.
1793. 21 April. Mary, born 28 March, 1793, daughter of Cornelius and Sarah Clutterbuck, bap.
1795. 8 February. James, born 16 December, 1794, son of Cornelius Clutterbuck, bap.
1798. 1 July. Elizabeth, born 5 June, 1798, daughter of Cornelius and Sarah Clutterbuck bap.
[1804. 2 December. Sarah, dr. of Cornelius and Sarah Clutterbuck bap. Minchinhampton P.R.]

SLIMBRIDGE
1613. 21 November. Thomas Nicholas
and Elinor Clutterbooke, marr.
1613. 8 December. William Clutterbooke, burd..
1618. 10 March. Annes Clutterbook, ye daughter at Edward Clutterbooke, bap.
1618. … (illegible)
and Annes Clutterbooke, ye daughter of Matthewe Clutterbooke marr.
1618. 2 November ? Willm Clutterbooke, ye son of Matthewe Clutterbooke, burd.
1621. 20 May. Thomas Clutterbooke
and Agnes Wilkins marr.
1623. 29 April. John Clutterbuck. the son of Thomas, bap.
1623. 27 February. Mary Clutterbuck, the dater of Edward, bap.
1632. 9 May. Thomas and William Clutterbooke, burd.
1637. 4 March. Margery Clutterbooke. burd.
1639. 30 June. Andrew, son of Anthony Clutterbooke, bap.
1639. 3 October. Henry Horwood
and Margerie Clutterbooke. rnarr.
1639. 27 June. Margaret, the daughter of Margerie Clutterbooke, burd.
1640. 13 April. William Clutterbooke
and Ann Chapman marr.
1640. 6 July John Clutterbooke
and Elizabeth Elliotts marr.
1640. 19 July. Joane, the daughter of Thomas Clutterbooke and Mary, his wife, bap.
1640. 30 December. Anthony Clutterbooke, burd.
1657. Sarah, daughter of Thomas Clotterbooke, burd.
1660. 7 October. Matthew and Ester, twins of Matthew Clotterbooke, bap.
1660. 9 October. Hester, daughter of Matthew Clotterbooke, burd.
1660. 18 October Matthew, the sonne of Matthew Clotterbook, burd.
1662. 18 August. Richard, the sonne of Matthew Clotterbooke, bap.
1663. 15 November. Hester, the daughter of Matthew Clotterbook, bap.
1680. 2 March. Edward, the son of Edward Clutterboke, burd.
1680. 13 October. Matthew Clutterbooke, burd.
1682. 16 August. Elizabeth, wife of John Cluterbooke, burd.
1696. 19 March. Elizabeth, wife of Edward Cluterbok, burd.
1698. 15 June. Edward Clutterbook
and Sarah Buddin marr.
1706 or 1707. Richard Clutterbuck
and Elizabeth Stapell marr.
1706 or 1707. Sara Clutterbuck, burd.
1714. 13 August. Elizabeth, wife of Richard Clutterbuck, burd.
1717. 9 March Esther Clutterbuck, burd.

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THE FAMILY OF CLUTTERBUCK
1722. 6 August Richard Clutterbook
and Esther Wood
1723. 7 May. Richard Clutterbuck, burd.
1729. 25 July. Elizabeth, daughter of Giles Clutterbook, bap.
1797. 6 January. William Sandford, of Lassington
and Mary Clutterbuck, of this pariash marr.
Note. - On 14 December, 1675, a marriage license was granted to Edward Clutterbuck of Slymbridge, husbandman, 30, and Elizth. Cooke, of same, single, 21.

STONEHOUSE
1606. 25 May. James Clotterbooke
and Catherine Harmer marr.
1677. 21 June. Richard Clutterbooke
and Sarah Snow marr
1682. 18 April. John, son of Richard and Sarah Clutterbooke, bap.
1684. 1 April. William, son of Richard Clotterbooke, clothier, and Sarah, his wife, bap.
1687. 26 January. Richard Clutterbook, clothier
nd Sarah Fowler marr.
[Marriage License, 12 January, 1687, he aged 36 and a widower, of King Stanley, and she of Stonehouse, aged 30.]
1779. 25 July. Charles, son of James and Betty Clutterbuck, bap.
Note. - The will of Martha Clutterbuck, of Stonehouse, was proved at Gloucester, 1807

STROUD
1685. 28 June. Ester Clutterbuck, burd.
1688. 18 November. Richard Clutterbuck
and Catherine Holder marr.
1698. 2 September. Martha, dr. of Jonathan Clutterbuck, bap.
1696. 24 November. John, s. of Jonathan Clutterbuck, bap.
1696. 1 March. Richard, son of Jonathan Clutterbuck, bapt.
1699. 25 May. Richard Clutterbuck
and Sarah Dolman marr.
1700. 3 January. Thomas, s. of Jonathon Clutterbuck, bap.
1701. 6 June. Richard Clutterbuck, bur.
1701. 22 November. Mrs. Elizabeth Clutterbuck, widow, bur.
1703. 28 March. Jonathan, s. of Jonathon Clutterbuck, bap.

1704. Elizabeth, dr. of Jonathan Clutterbuck, bap.
1707. 1 August. Mary, dr. of Jonathan Clutterbuck, bap.
1709. 13 December. Daniel, s. of Jonathan Clutterbuck, bap.
1723. 10 May. Anne, dr. of Jonathan Clutterbuck, bap.
1725. 22 April. George, s. of Jonathan Clutterbuck, bap.
1715. 26 April George, son of Jonathan Clutterbuck, bur.
1713. 28 February. Widow Clutterbuck, bur
1718. 21 April. Elizabeth, wife of Jonathan Clutterbuck, bur.
1728. 3 August. Jonathan Clutterbuck, bur.
1719. 24 April. Edward Wichall
and Mary Clutterbuck marr.
1710. 20 April. “… Clutterbuck,” bur.
1725. 3 March Thomas Clutterbuck, bur.
1727. 1 November. Joan Clutterbuck, widow, bur.
1732. 23 April. Eliz. dr. of Jonathan Clutterbuck, bap.
1733. 16 September. Jonathan, s. of Jonathan Clutterbuck, bap.
1733. 24 June. Jonathan Clutterbuck, bur.
1735. 10 July. Jonathan, son of Jonathan Clutterbuck, bur.
1735. 2 February Richard Clutterbuck, bur.
1738. 30 April. Richard Clutterbuck, bur.
1742. 18 February Hannah, dr. of Thomas Clutterbuck, bap.
1745. 9 October. Keziah, child of Keziah Clutterbuck, bap.
1752. 24 September. Hester Clutterbuck, widow, bur.
1759. 17 September. Thos. Clutterbuck
and Catherine Whittaker, both of Stroud, marr.
1769. 7 April Cornelius son of Elizabeth Cluttervbuck, bap.
1774. 10 January. Richard beard
and Elizabeth Clutterbuck both of Stroud, marr.
1774. 9 August. Giles Payton
and Mary Clutterbuck, both of Stroud, marr.
1774. 19 September. Samuel Blake
and Mary Clutterbuck both of Stroud, marr.
1784. 19 December. Katherine, wife of Thomas Clutterbuck, aged 67, bur.
1791. 19 July. Cornelius Clutterbuck
and Sarah Keen, both of Stroud, marr.
1794. 24 November. Benjamin Browning
and Esther Clutterbuck, both of Stroud, marr.
1795. 20 February. Daniel Clutterbuck
and Elizabeth Lee, both of Stroud, marr.
1795. 1 August. Daniel, son of Daniel and Elizabeth Clutterbuck, bap.
1797. 4 June. ane, dr. of Daniel and Elizabeth Clutterbuck, bap.
1799. 27 October. Job, son of Daniel and Elizabeth Clutterbuck, bap.
1801. 1 June. Jasper Clutterbuck
and Hannah Wood, both of Stroud, marr.
1801. 9 July. John Cull
and Anne Clutterbuck, both of Stroud, marr.
1801. 9 August. Charles, son of Daniel and Elizabeth Clutterbuck, bap.
1804. 20 May. Elizabeth, dr. of Danl. Clutterbuck, by his wife, Elizth. dr. of Isaac Lee, bap.
1805. 17 March. Willm., son of John Cull, by his wife, Anne, dr. of Joshua Clutterbuck, bap.
1809. 6 August. Elizabeth Clutterbuck, aged 70, bur.

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1809. 22 August. Christiana Clutterbuck, aged 73, bur.
1810. 6 March. Absolom, son of E. Clutterbuck, an infant, bur.
1814. 19 September. Benjamin Browning, widr.
and Prudence Turner. sp.
Witns. Jasper Clutterbuck.
1814. 19 December. Sarah Clutterbuck, of Thrupp, aged 23, bur.
1815. 27 August. William Hawker, bachr.
and Mary Clutterbuck, spr. both of Stroud marr.

Burials of Dissenting Protestants at STROUD.
The Old Meeting, STROUD.
1711. 25 March Mary Clutterbuck, bur.
1799. 4 April. Was buried Hannah Clutterbuck, by me,Wim. Harries.
1803. 19 March. Was bur. Elizabeth, an infant child of Jasper Clutterbuck and Hannah, his wife.
1806. 15 February. Was bur. Priscilla Clutterbuck (an infant of one year and 10 months), by me, Wm. Harries.
1811. Was bur, a grandchild of Mr. Clutterbuck, by me, John Burder.
1814. 29 August. Was bur. Ann, daughter of Jasper and Hannah Clutterbuck, aged 9 years, by me, John Burder.

TETBURY.
1760 or 1. 23 March. Thomas Clutterbuck, was bur.
1767. 20 or 30 December. Richard Jones
and Sarah Clutterbuck marr.
1773. 29 September. Isaac Haviland
and Hester Clutterbuck marr.

TEWKESBURY.
1815. 7 February. Thomas Berrow
and Harriett Clutterbuck, both of this parish marr.
Witns.: Sarah Clutterbuck.
1817. 30 September. Edward Trigg, bachr.
and Mary Ann Clutterbuck, sp. both of this parish, marr.
Witns. Henry Villiers; Eliza Clutterbuck.
1817. 27 July. Hannah Clutterbuck, of St. Mary’s Lane, aged 56, bur.
1824. 27 July. Benjamin Lennell
and Sarah Clutterbuck, both of this parish, marr.
Witns.: Thomas and Harriett Berrow.
1825. 3 May. William Hawker
and Rosanna Clutterbuck, both of this parish, marr.
Witns.: Benjn. Leonard [? Lennell.]
THORNBURY.
1804. 22 April. Mary Ann, dr. of William and Sarah Clutterbuck, bap.
1806. 23 February. Hannah, dr. of William and Sarah Clutterbuck, bap.
1807. 19 April. Daniel, son of John and Anne Clutterbuck, bap.
1808. 9 March. Sarah dr. of William and Sarah Clutterbuck, bap.
1814. 9 May. John, son of William and Sarah Clutterbuck, of Crossways, labourer, bap.
1814. 15 November. John Tilley, widower
and Ann Clutterbuck, spr. both of this parish marr.
1817. 22 February. Anne, dr. of William and Sarah Clutterbuck, of Crossways, labourer, bap.
1829. 28 January. Anna Maria, dr. of Henry and Eliza Clutterbuck, labourer was bap.

WESTBURY-ON-SEVERN.
1824. 3 January. Thomas Everett waterman
and Elizabeth Clutterbuck, spr. both of this parish, marr.
Witns.: John Grindon; Jane Clutterbuck; Anthony Bennett.
1824. 27 October. Peter Davis, bachr. both f t111
and Jane Clutterbuck, spr. both of this parish, marr.
Witns.: Elizabeth Eapets [? Everett.]
1817. 1 June. Caroline, daughter of William1 and Sarah Clutterbuck, of Westbury, blacksmith, bap.
1827. 11 November. James Clutterbuck, of Westbury, aged 66, bur.
Note.—Jonah Clutterbuck of Westbury-on-Severn, is represented as owning land therein the “Gloucestershire Poll-Book” of 1811. His will was proved at Gloucester, 1813. Administration of the estate of Deborah Clutterbuck was granted 1863.
WESTERLEIGH.
1816. 30 June. Henry Tilling, of Crudwell, Wiltshire
and Sarah Clutterbuck, of this parish marr.
Witns. Thos. Lidyard; Geo. England.

WHEATENHURST.
1682. 23 January. Daniell, ye sonn of Samuell Clutterbuck and Mary, his wife, was bap.
1683. 5 November. Elizabeth, d. of Stephen Clotterbooke, was bap.
1687. 23 June. Ester, the d. of Samuel Clutterbuck by Mary, his wife, was bap.
1688. 12 January. Elizabeth Clutterbuck, was bur.
1690. 4 January. William, the sonn of Nathaniel Clutterbuck, by Ussulah, his wile, was bap.
1692. 9 March. Samuell, ye soon of Samuel Clutterbook by Mary. his wife, was bap.
1693. 14 January. Sarah Clutterbuck, was bur.
1696. 1 january. John, the son of Samuel Clutterbucke, by Mary, his wife, was bap.
1702. 12 December. Mary, d. of Richard Clutterbuck, by Edith, his wife, was bap.
1704. 27 August John, the son of Thomas Clutterbuck, by Hannah, his wife, was bap.
1704. 7 March. Thomas, the son of Thomas Clutterbuck, by Hannah, his wife, was bap.

1 William Clutterbuck was farrier to the Royal Gloucester Yeomanry Cavalry, 24 January, 1804. Will of William Clutterbuck of Westbury was proved 1863.

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1706. 20 May. Mary, the datter. of Thomas Clotterbook, by An, his wife, was bap.
1708. 25 July. Ann Clutterbook, was bap.
1711. 3 April. Elizabeth, the danr. of Thomas Clutterbuck and Anne, his wife, was bap.

1711. 23 June. Elizabeth, d. of Thomas Clutterbuck, was bur.
1712. 1 January. Elizabeth, d. of Thomas Clutterbuck and Anne, his wife, was bap.
[1714. 24 July. James Budding, of Avening
and Hester Clutterbuck, of Wheatenhurst marr.]
1714. 23 August. Anne, ye wife of Nathaniel Clutterbuck, was bur.
1715. 21 August. Sarah, d. of Thomas Clutterbuck, was bap.
1717. 1 April. Anne Clutterbuck was bur.
1717. 7 May. Thomas Clutterbuck, was bur.
[1717. 9 August. Thomas Clutterbuck
and Elizabeth Denton. of Wheatenhurst, marr. Frocester P.R.]
1718. 25 January. Mary, ye d. of Samuell Clutterbuck, by Mary, his wife, was bap.
1729. 18 February. Mary, d. of John Clutterbuck, was bap.
[1719. 19 July. William Veysey, of Arlingham
and Edith Clutterbuck, of Wheatenhurst marr. Frocester P.R.]
1720. 1 July. Samuell, s. of Samuell Clutterbuck and Sarah, his wife, was bap.
1721. 11 February. Esther, dr. of John and Mary Clutterbuck, bap
1722. 7 October Susanna, dr. of Thomas and Elizabeth Clutterbuck, bap.
1721. 19 December. Hester, dr. of Samuel and Sarah Clutterbuck, bap.
1723. 23 January. John, s. of John and Mary Clutterbuck, bap.
1725. 8 January. Ann and Abigail, ye two ds. of Samuel and Sarah Cluttubuck, bap.
1727. 24 September. Joseph, ye s. of John and Mary Clutterbuck, bap.
1727. 24 April. Thomas Clutterbuck, bur.
1727. 20 August. Sarah Clutterbuck, bur.
1727. 8 February. Abigail Clutterbuck, bur.
1729. 10 July. Samuel Clutterbuck
and Ann Crate both of our parish, marr.
1719. 20 September. James Fordes, ofye parish of Cowley
and Mary Clutterbuck, of our parish marr.
1730. 12 February. Joseph Clutterbuck, was bur.
1731. 29 April Dinah, d. of John and Mary Clutterbuck, was bap.
1731. 16 December. Thomas, s. of Samuel and Ann Clutterbuck, was bap.
1734. 7 July. Rebecca, d. of John and Mary Clutterbuck, bap.
1735. 6 April. Abigail, d. of Samuel Clutterbuck, by Ann, his wife, bap.
1735. 11 March. Benjamin, s. of John Clutterbuck, by Mary, his wife, bap.
1736. 28 August. Sarah, d. of Richard and Mary Clutterbuck, bap.
1737. 27 March. Anne Clutterbuck was bur.
1738. 7 September. Amelia, the d. of John and Mary Clutterbuck, bap.
1738. 12 October. Edith, the d. of Richard and Mary Clutterbuck, bap.
1738. 24 August. Samuel Clutterbuck
and Elizabeth Trotman marr.
1740. 16 October. Amelia Clutterbuck, bur.
1741. 13 September. William, son of John and Mary Clutterbuck, bap.
1741. 10 January. Elizabeth, dr. of Richard and Mary Clutterbuck, bap.
1742. 8 May. Elizabeth Clutterbuck, was bur.
1744. 19 September. Hester, dr. of Richard and Mary Clutterbuck, hap,
1746. 30 December. James, son of John and Anne Clutterbuck, bap.
1746. 14 December. Mary, wife of Richard Clutterbuck, was bur.
1747. 17 February. Jonah son of John Clutterbuck was bur.
1748. 14 December. Mary, dr. of John Clutterbuck and Ann, his wife, bap.
1748. 5 March. Jonah, son of John Clutterbuck and Mary, his wife, bap.
1749. 12 March. Thomas Greening
and Hester Clutterbuck marr.
1750. 13 February. Edith, the daughter of Richard Clutterbuck, was bur.
1751. 31 October. Thomas Clutterbuck
and Elizabeth Jones marr.
1752. 11 May. Samuel, son of Thomas Clutterbuck and Elizabeth, his wife, bap.
1752. 24 May. James, son of John Clutterbuck and Mary, his wife, bap.
1753. 21 February. Giles Knight, of Saul
and Dinah Clutterbuck marr.
1753. 23 June. George, the son of John Clutterbuck and Ann, his wife, bap.
1754. 8 April. Hannah, the dr. of Thomas Clutterbuck and Elizabeth, his wife, bap.
1755. 5 August. John Breey, of the parish of Quedgeley
and Mary Clutterbuck were married.
1756. 13 June. Joshua, the son of John Clutterbuck and Mary, his wife, bap.
1756. 25 October. Ann, the daughter of Thomas Clutterbuck and Ann, his wife, bap.
1756. 20 November. Hannah Clutterbuck, bur.
1758. 30 October. John Clutterbuck was bur.
1759. 3 July. Abigail, the dr. of Thomas Clutterbuck and Ann, his wife, bap.
1760. 11 January. Thomas Clutterbuck, was bur.
1760. 1 June. Mary Clutterbuck, was bur.
1762. 29 January. Abigail Clutterbuck, was bur.
1763. 1 September. Anna, the dr. of John Clutterbuck and Ann, his wife, was bap.
1763. 6 September. Ann Clutterbuck, was bur.
1764. 10 January John Clutterbuck
and Susanna Beard were marr.
1764. 23 April. Benjamin Clutterbuck
and Elizabeth Wilkins marr.
1764. 10 July. John Clutterbuck
and Hannah Gardner were marr.
1764. 15 February. Mary Clutterbuck was bur.
1764. 4 October. Anna, the dr. of John Clutterbuck and Ann, his wife was bur.
1765. 17 February. Ann, the dr. of Benjamin Clutterbuck and Elizabeth, his wife bap.
1768. 12 February. William, son of Benjamin Clutterbuck and Elizabeth, his wife, bap.
1768. 2 October. John Clutterbuck was bur. [Will pr. at Gloucester, 1768.]
1769. 19 September. Thomas Vaisey

and Mary Clutterbuck were marr.
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[1770. 3 December. George Clutterbuck, Wheatenhurst parish, bur. Randwick P.R.]
1770. 21 April. James Clutterbuck
and Sarah Bailey were marr.
1770. 25 March. Thomas, the son of Benjamin Clutterbuck, by Elizabeth, his wife, bap.
1771. 22 September. George, the son of James Clutterbuck, by Sarah his wife, was bap.
1771. 17 July. Joshua Clutterbuck, was bur.
1771. 23 October. George, the son of James Clutterbuck, by Sarah, his wife, was bur.
1772. 21 June. Thomas, the son of Benjamin Clutterbuck, by Elizabeth, his wife, bap.
1773. 12 December. Thomas, the son of James Clutterbuck, by Sarah, his wife, was bap.
1774. 17 May. James Bailey
and Mary Clutterbuck were marr.
1775. 29 August. William Clutterbuck
and Anne Harris were marr.
1775. 9 April. Elizabeth, daughter of Benjamin Clutterbuck, by Elizabeth, his wife, bap.
1775. 16 February. William Clutterbuck, was bur.
1776. 27 June. Mary, the daughter of William Clutterbuck by Anne, his wife, was bur.
1779. 8 May. Benjamin, the son of Benjamin Clutterbuck, by Elizabeth, his wife, bap.
1779. 6 May. Elizabeth, the dr. of William Clutterbuck by Anne, his wife, bur.
1779. 14 May. Benjamin, the son of Benjamin Clutterbuck, by Elizabeth, his wife, bur.
1780. 6 July. Susanna, the dr. of Benjamin Clutterbuck, by Elizabeth, his wife, bap.
1780. 24 February. Hannah Clutterbuck, was bur.
1781. 19 June. Thomas, s. of Samuel Clutterbuck, by Anne, his wife, was bap.
1781. 31 August. Thomas, s. of Samuel Clutterbuck, by Anne, his wife, was bur.
1782. 16 December. Richard Clutterbuck, was bur.
1783. 5 July. William Clutterbuck was bur.
1785. 29 December. Elizabeth Clutterbuck, widow, was bur.
[1786. 1 September. Hester Clutterbuck, of the parish of Wheatenhurst, bur.]
[1786. 6 November. Thomas Morgan
and Mary Clutterbuck both of this parish marr. Eastington P.R.]
1791. 2 August. Jonathan Bales, of the parish of Barford, in the Diocese of Norwich, bach.
and Ann Clutterbuck, of the parish of Wheatenhurst, sp. were married
[1793. William Clutterbuck, of Wheatenhurst, bachelor
and Sarah Dean, of this parish, spinster married. Coaley P.R.]
1794. 13 April. Thomas Clutterbuck, bap.
1796. 25 January. William Clutterbuck, bap.
1796. 1 February. William Clutterbuck, bur.
1797. 4 June. Charles Clutterbuck, bap.
1798. 9 April. Elizabeth Clutterbuck, bur.
1799. 7 July. William, son of William Clutterbuck, by Sarah his wife, bap.
1802. 22 March. Benjamin Clutterbuck, was bur.
1802. 4 July. Hannah, daughter of William Clutterbuck, by Sarah, his wife, bap.
1803. 16 July. John Clutterbuck, bur.
1803. 24 August Hannah, dr. of William and Sarah Clutterbuck, bur.
1804. 12 February. Samuel, son of Thomas and Elizabeth Clutterbuck, was bap.
1806. 20 April. George, sec of William Clutterbuck, by Sarah, his wife was bap.; born February 24.
1806. 9 November. Caroline, dr. of Thomas Morgan, by Mary, his wife, daur. of John and Mary Clutterbuck was bap.
1809. William, son of Samuel Clutterbuck, by Hannah, his wife, was bap.
1813. 18 May. Ann Clutterbuck of Whitminster, aged 63, bur.
1813. 18 November. James Clutterbuck, of Whitminster, aged 67, bur.
1817. 4 April. Anne Maria, daughter of Thomas and Ann Clutterbuck, of Whitminster Lane, labourer, bap.

Note. - The wills of Thomas and Sarah Clutterbuck were proved at Gloucester in 1822 and 1827, respectively.

WINSTONE.
1814. 18 September. John Clutterbuck, of Stratton, aged 2 months, bur.
1817. 26 February. Mary Clutterbuck, of Winstone, aged 23 years, bur.


WOODCHESTER.
1625. 1 October Ann, the daughter of Thomas Clutterbooke, bap.
1639. 2 December. Edward Clutt’booke, the sonne of William Clutt’booke, burd.
1661. 17 November. William Clutterbooke
and Elizabeth Hobs marr.
1676. 1 September. Elizabeth, wife of William Clutterbuck, burd.
1681. 6 September. Richard, son of Edward Clotterbuck, bap.
1685. 11 September. Elizabeth, daughter of Edward Clutterbuck, bap.
1686. 27 June. Edward Clutterbuck, burd. (Admon. 1687) 1
[1694. October ye first. Daniel, son of William Clutterbooke, of Woodchester, bap. (King Stanley Register).]
[1695. 10 March. Edward, son of William Clutterbooke of Woodchester, bap. (King Stanley Register).]
1696. 13 March. Elizabeth Clutterbuck, burd.
[1699. January ye last. William, son of William Clutterbooke, of Woodchester, bap. (King Stanley Register.)]
1704. 2 July. Edward, son of William Clutterbuck, burd.
[1714.22 July. Daniel Clutterbuck and Jane Bence, marr. Tetbury Reg.]
1714. 9 March. Rachel, daughter of Daniel Clutterbuck, bap.
1716. 8 March. Elizabeth, daughter of Daniel Clutterbuck, bap.
1721. 16 January. Jane, daughter of Daniel Clutterbuck, burd.
1725. 25 March. William Clutterbuck, burd.
1728. 22 November. William, son of Daniel Clutterbuck, bap.
1729. 9 September. William, son of Daniel Clutterbuck, burd.
1730. 21 November. William, son of Daniel Clutterbuck, bap.
1733. 6 January. Judith, daughter of Daniel Clutterbuck, bap.
1741. 29 April. Catherine, daughter of Mr. Richard Clutterbuck, bap.
1742. 17 March. James, son of Richard Clutterbuck, bap.

1 Admon. Edward Clutterbuck, of Woodchester, granted 1692.

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1744. 24 February. William Barnefield
and Mary Clutterbuck marr.
1746. 20 April Daniel Wheeler
and Sarah Clutterbuck marr.
[1753. 20 November. John Borroughs
and Judith Clutterbuck marr. Minchinhampton Parish Regster.]
1755. 1 April. Samuel Clutterbuck
and Mary Clark marr.
1755. 15 January. Judith Clutterbuck, widow, burd.
1766. 20 April. Daniel Clutterbuck, burd.
1766. 25 June. Jane Clutterbuck, widow, burd.
1815. 6 August, William Clutterbuck
and Esther Hodges, both of this parish marr.
Witnesses:- Job Guy; Hannah Clutterbuck.

Note. - On 24 June, 1667, a marriage license was granted to Thomas Harrison of Avening, clerk, 23, and Elizabeth Clutterbuck, of Woodchester, single, 20.
WOTTON-UNDER-EDGE.
1680. 24 October. James Macy, junr.
and Mary Clutterbuck marr.
1724. 6 April. Isaac Bendal
and Elizabeth Clutterbuck marr.
On 2 November, 1723, a marriage license was granted to Richd. Ravenhill, of Upton St. Leonard’s, abt. 26, and Elizabeth Clutterbuck of same, spr., 24.


EXTRACTS FROM THE LONDON PARISH REGISTERS
supplied to
REV. R. H. CLUTTERBUCK, F.S.A., by COL. CHESTER.

ST. ALPHAGE.
1626. 25 July. William Pettie and Deborah Clotterbuck, marr.
ST. ANDREW, HOLBORN.
1730. 1 June. Daniel Clutterbuck from Furnivalls Inn, bur.
1831. 5 June. Maria Clutterbuck, Red Lion St., aged 33, bur.
ST. ANN, BLACKFRIARS.
1698. 22 May. Edward, son of Edward and Dorothy Clutterbuck, bap.

ST. BARTHOLOMEW THE LESS.
1660. 16 November. Samuel Ayleworth of Bread St., bachr. & Deborah Clutterbuck, of St. Saviours, Southwark, spr., marr.

CHRIST CHURCH. NEWGATE ST.
1804. 18 July. Sarah daur. of John and Mary Clutterbuck, bap.

ST. GILES, CRIPPLEGATE.
1649. 15 August. Ann, dr. of John Clutterbuck, clerk, bapd.
1658. 21 December. George, son of Tobias Clutterbuck, wire-drawer, convulsions, bur.

ALL HALLOWS, STAINING.
1655. 13 December. John Smith, cooper & Dorcas Clutterbuck, Spinster, marr.

HAMPSTEAD, MIDDLESEX.
1674. 3 April. Elizabeth, dr. of Mr. Samuel & Ann Clutterbuck, born, 3 March, bap.

ST. HELEN’S BISHOPGATE.
1630. 14 November. Mary, daur. of Robert Clotterbooke, merchant & Mary, bap.
1632. 1 August. Margaret, dr. of Robert Clotterbooke, merchant & Mary, bap.

ST. JOHN, HACKNEY, MIDDLESEX.
1731. 26 October. William, son of William and Elizabeth Clutterbuck, bapd.
1738. 10 June. Frederick, son of William and Elizabeth Clutterbuck, bapd.
ST. LEONARD, SHOREDITCH.
1636. 30 July. Mary, wife of Thos. Clutterbuck, of Halliwell Street, bur.
ST MARGARET, WESTMINSTER.
1641. 23 April. Mrs. Jane Clutterbucke, bur.

ST. MARTINS IN THE FIELDS.
1670. 12 October. James and George Clutterbuck “pueri” in the church, bur.
1709-10. 17 January. Anthony Clutterbuck, a man, bur.

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ST. MARY. COLECHURCH.
1574. 16 May. William Bethell, Esq., and Elizabeth Clutterbooke, married.

ST. MARY MAGDALEN, MILK ST.
1663. 29 September. Mrs. Frances Clutterbuck, South aisle, bur.

ST. PANCRAS, SOPER LANE.
1648. March 28. Mathias Goodfellow and
Elnor Clutterboke marr.
1718. April 27. Richard Clutterbuck, of St. Mary le-Bow, and
Elizabeth Gardiner, of St. Dunstans-in-the-West marr. By License
BAPTISMS. ST. PETERS, CHEAPSIDE, LONDON.
1600. December 7. Richard, son of Richard Clutterbuck (buried there).
BURIALS.
1597/8. March 10. Still-born child of Mr. Richard Clutterbuck, in church.
1606. December 11. Richard Clutterbuck, mercer, in the Quire.
1607. April 9. Ann, daur. of Mr. Clutterbuck’s widow.

Note.—On 25th March 1597, a marriage license was granted to Richard Clutterbuck of St. Peter, Westcheap, London, clothworker and Anne, daughter of John Brand of St. Martins-in-Grand, taylor. Administration of the effects of this Richard was granted to Anne, his relict, 12 December, 1606.

ST. PETER LE POOR.
1672. December. Mr. James Clutterbuck, in Foster Lane, bur.
1698-90. 24 March. Margaret Clutterbuck, chancel, bur.
1772. 6 November. Mr. Samuel Clutterbuck, bur.

ST. PETER UPON CORNHILL.
1694. 6 January. Samuel Clutterbuck, servant to Henry Hartford, pewterer, in the east churchyard, bur.

ST. PHILIP, CLERKENWELL.
1837. 22 February. Jane Martha, daughter of John and Jane Clutterbuck, 12 Union Terrace; law-writer, bap., born 23 January, 1857.

RICHMOND, SURREY.
1665. 18 July. Edward Clutterbuck, bur.
1666. Thomas, son of Richard Clotterbooke, bap.
1667. 18 July. John Clutterbuck, a child, bur.

COL CHESTER’S MARRIAGE LICENSES.
1635/6. 10 February. John Clutterbuck, gent. of St. Martins-in-the-Fields, 24, and Catherine Finch, of Stepney, spinster, 21, parents dead. - at Stepney, or St James, Duke’s Palace
1666. 6 October. Francis Camm, of St. Sepulchre, London, gent. bachelor, about 21, and Ann Clutterbuck of Edmonton, Middlesex, about 17, her motter’s consent - at Edmonton aforesaid.

WILL OF RICHARD CLYTERBOOKE OF RENNEHAM, 1572.

In the name of God Amen the 9th January 1572 and the XVth year of the raigne of our Sovering Lady Elizabeth I Richard Clyterbooke late of Renneham in the county of Bark yeoman I give and bequeath to Elizabeth my wife my Messuage Land and with the appurneance in the counties of Oxon and Berks for the natural life of the same Elizabeth and after her decease to Robert my sonne and unto his heirs and assigns for ever I give to the same Robert my sonne £100 in money Item to Adryant my son £100 in money Item to James my sonne ijli. in moneye Item to Jane my daughter £100 in money all wh somme and sornmes of moneye in manner and forme before gyven and bd to my children to paid as they shall be 21 or before 21 if they marry remainder to survivors I will that said Elizabeth my wife shall have the occupation … and profitte of the farm and domain of Renncham in the co Berks with all commiddtyies and proffyte thereto belonging which I hold by indenture for tearm of Three lyves of my Lord Sannde until my said sonne Robert or Adrian be of the full age of 21 years without paying anything for the same more
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than the Lords rente and keeping the covenant of the same Indenture If Elizabeth may agree to pay £10 a year to Robert and Adrian If she may before they be of age money to be paid to Mr Richard Lovelace John Fisher Harrie Manfylde and William Mercer If any die before marriage or age remainder divided among survivors before named trustees to pay yearly duy the tyme they shall have the said several stock of £100 in money in thr hands wh towards the encrease and augmts of the stock and portions of my sonnes and towards the bringing upp of them Item sum of vjl in mony to be paid to the children of one Cheyney of Cromeithe according to the testament of their uncle remayeng in my possn. Item to Richard Hartlande my servant the occupation and psn of one Niers witb appes and also one of those pastures called Warner Grove lying and being in the psh of Colwall the county of Heref for his life immediately after the decease of Alice Clyterbooke my mother in law Paying therefore yearly iiijº markes in money the Lords rent and keeping the customs and reparacions thereto belonging Item to same Richarde £5 in money and a blacke coate and half my apparell Item to my mother in law Mistress Jane Manfilde and to her sonne and to everye of her daughters and to every of ther husbands a black gowne Item unto Edward Hill of Henlye v grates of varlye Item to each of my man servants dwelling with me at my departing out of this world a quarter of a years wages in money and a black coate and to every maid servant a blacke gown Item to John Frost late of Henly upon Thames £5 in money and my best cloke to be paid unto him at such tyme as he and his wife shall acknowledge a fine of the Messuage or Inn called the signe of the harte with the apes in Henly on Thames co Oxford to Elizabeth my wife for term of her life and afterwd to Robert my son and his heirs Item there be distributed to the poor people at the day of my funall or within xiiij days next after £10 in money and 5 qr of rye and 8 of malte or the full value thereof Elizabeth my wife sole ex and residuary legatee Item to John Clyterbooke my kinsman £5 in money and one suit of my old apparell overseers to settle any dispute Proved 8 June 1573.

[See the will of Adrian Clutterbuck of Rencham, 1625].
Richard Clytterbuck of Renneham, Co. Berks., yeoman, figured in an Indenture made 27 June 8 Eliz.


WILL OF MICHAEL CLUTTERBOOKE OF EASTINGTON, 1615.

Anno 1615. The 6th day of Novembre

In the name of God Amen Tm Michaelis Clutterbooke
I Michell Clotterbooke of the parish of Eastington in the County of Gloucr clothier being very weake and sicke of body but of good and pfect memory Blessed be God I doe heare make my last will and testament in maner and forme following Imprimis I bequeath my soule into the hands of God but my body to be buryed in the Churchyard of Eastington Item I bequeath and give to my sonn Edward my best bed saving two with a boulster and payer of blanketts and two coverlids the one of them is that Blewe which lieth upon me now at this pe but the other is the best whyt cover lid And two brasse potts the best saving one: two midle broaches

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and one payer of Audiers and the worst spice morter with a pestle And two brazen candlesticks one of the best And six peeces of pewter two whereof of the best and two of the my old sort and two potingers: And also my best cloake saving one: and my best dublet saving one; and two of my best Jerkins and my best Hatt and my Rapier: And two shurts and two bands: And my best bible: And two payer of Breeches one whereof the best and the other the third best: And two payer of stockings of my best and two payer of shoes. Item I give to my daughter Joane one of my posnetts Item I give to my servant Elnor one of my posnetts. Item I make my sonn William whole and sole executor of all the rest of my goods moveable and unmoveable of what nature kinde and condicio so ever they be and in what place or places they or any of them shall or may be founde hereafter and I do apoynt my brother Thomas and my brother Edward my overseers
In witnesse wherof the ptyes underwritten
Richard Blanch
Abraham Daniell MICHELL CLOTTERBOK, Testator
Richard Hopton his M C

[No date nor memorandum of probate on the above Will; it is to be found at Gloucester in one of the bundles of 1616, and it is calendared in that year as of Nicholas Clutterbooke of Estington. It is evident that the name at head of the Will had been written as resembling Nicholas rather than Michael, the initial letter being N, and the body of the word Subsequently corrected without changing the N. But in the commencement of the body of the Will Micbell is clearly written.]

(See the Will of Walter Clutterbuck, 1546.) On 3 July, 1559, Michael Clotterbooke was married to Elizabeth Cowles, widow; they had issue a daughter, Dorothea, bap. at Eastington, 30 March, 1562; a Richard, son of Michael was bap. at Eastington, 5 April, 1591. Michael Clotterbooke was bur, at Eastington, 7 November, 1615.

Edward Clutterbooke, his son, married at Eastington, 7 July, 1634, Joanna Synegar, who was bur. there, 27 April, 1636, and a dau. Elizabeth was bur. 1 February, 1636. Edward Clotterbooke was bur. 28 November, 1639.


CHARLES CLUTTERBUCK, 1687.

… the 16 April, 1687, s.v. Dearest brother Sir when I came from London I was soe straitened for time that could not put your affairs nor my own in soe good a forme as should have done but before my departure I sent you the Acct. of Mr. read and paid for you as also wrote you in brief all that occured in yor. business I doe not remember whether I told you I had taken leave of my Lord and how he parted with me which was only with a bare assureance that he would be as ready to doe me a Kindness as I were still with him I cant choose but believe he will and do as much as he has done whilst I had the ill fortune to serve him I did not see my lady she being soe extremely badd and before now doubtless is dead yesterday was a fortnight I left London with Lord Kingston and embarzered in a Yatch we watcht calais the Sunday following by the way in the downs I see my brother Will and was suprized to find him so much grown. We were together as long as we could. He intends to goe out again with one Captain Trevanion whom I also spake with and directed Will to a friend or two in London to assist him in providing the Kings letter I hope he will do very well and make an industrious good man. I pray God make him happy it troubled me could furnish him with no more moneys not imagining that should see him but told him that had left orders with Mr. Cary to furnish him with five pounds which is the money due upon Mr. Smiths bond I left with him but pre-

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sume if he wants more he may likewise hay it of the same friend. As for the rents due for long Acre Mr. James Smithly woolen Draper at the sign of the woolpack in Russel street near Covent Garden has promised me to receive them for you what has already been received you may perceive by the Acct. I sent you which went with a receipt of Mr. Alnills for your Trunke with writings together with what other papers soever of yours were in my Custody which will at demand be conveyed to you. And in case it please divine Providence to shorten my days that I see you no more I will acquaint you in whose hands have invested my small concern.
The person before mention Mr. Smithsly has my cabinett wherin you will find all my bonds Recpts and Acquitances for me paid there is Mr. Alnills two bonds Mr. Halses receipt for a mortgage deed of Capn. Shales Mr. Langfords of the Treasury his receipt for an Assignment of my Lord of Oxfords for three hundred pnd. which will be due at Lady day next with other writing and a diamond ring. Mr. Smithly has likewise Mr. Westwoods noate to me for twenty pounds and three pair of Pistolls and a new cloth campayn Coate. Mrs. Mellichamp has a port manteau with writing and other small things Mrs. Gordon at my Lord Rochester has of mine two great trunks one chest of draws all full a suit of clothes and other small matters these and all the little goods and chattels I have in the world which if I miscarry I present entirely to you.
I am a little particular in these trifles not knowing when I shall be able to write to you again, nor how long my lord may continue abord his Lordship has a pass for five years and talks of going almost into all the Christian parts of the world I have hitherto had a great deal of trouble with his servants horses and baggage being under my inspection but my Lord harking to what I propose and is indeed very kind for I can speak freely to him I find great difference in the former and this lord tho I must say he is fickle Mr. Smithly has wrote me thinks fit you should send him a letter of Attornney to receive your rents till you can provide letter for yourself. I take him to be a substantial honest man if at any time you will oblige me with a line or two he will forward it to me. Please to present my humble duty to my mother and make my excuse for not writing to her. I begg this may serve instead. And indeed I have at present no leasure to write at large. I hear my lady Rochester is dead and my Lord Hyde is expected at Paris, within a day or two you may be sure to hear from me as often as possibly I can meanwhile give my respects to my sisters and service to all my friends and with all affection imaginable I confirm myself dearest Brother your most affectionate brother to serve you CHARLES CLUTTERBUCK.
The twelfth of October, 1687, which day appeared James Srnithsby of S. Paul Covent Garden Woolen draper aged forty years and Joseph Helen of Long Acre in the Co. of Middx. potter and made oath that they were acquainted with Charles Clutterbuck deceased and with his chatter and manner of handwriting. And having perused this letter doe believe the same to be the proper hand writing of the said Charles Clutterbuck deceased J. Smithsby Joseph Helen Jacobus Srnithsby and Josephus Helen.
12 October, 1687. John Clotterbuke fratri natli. et litimo et legatorio . .
nomat in Testo Canti Clotterbuke nuper de Legorne in partibus transmanvis Celibis.

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Extracts from Wills.

Will of John Cloterbook, of St. Mary, Eastington, tucker, dat. 8 May, 1524; pr. at St. Paul’s, 10 June, 1524, mentions wife, Margery and her son, Thomas Webbe; sons: Walter and John.
Will of Edmund Cloterboke, Weaver, dat. 19 May, 1525; pr. by Katherine, his relict, at St. Paul’s, 23 May 1525, mentions Natural brothers and sisters: Elizabeth, Thomas, William, Walter, John and Thomas Webb. Daughter-in-1aw, Alicia Rowllis.
Will of Walter Clutterbuck, of Eastington, clothier, dat. 10 September, 1546; pr. 19 November, 1546, mentions: Sons Rychard and Michael; daus. Margery, and Mary; wife: Katherine; an Overseer: Thomas C. of Leonard Stanley; a witness: Symon Clotherbooke.
Will of John Clotterbuke, of Hynton, dat. 23 July 1547, pr. at Gloucester 1547, mentions: Sons: John and Richard; Daus.: Annes, Elizabeth, Margaret, Joune; Wife: Jonese, (Jone).
Will of Thomas Clotterbooke, of Berkeley, dat. 11 June, 1549; pr. at Gloucester, November, 1549, mentions: Sons: John, Thomas; Daus.: Elizabeth, Margery, Joan.
Will of William Clutterbuck, of Berkeley, pr. at Gloucester, 1550, mentions: Daus.: Margaret, Isabel, Kathleen, Jane; wife: Alys.
Will of Simon Cloterbooke, of Alkington, dat. 19 September, 1558 apparently pr. at Gloucester same year (October, 1558). mentions: son, Richard; Dau.: Edith; wife,. Alys. NOTE. Alicia Clotterbooke bur. at Eastington, 21 December, 1573.
Will of John Clotherbuck, of Slimbridge, dat. 19 August, xvi. Eliz., pr. at Gloucester, 1574 mentions: Brotbers: Walter, Harry; brother-in-law: Walter Frape; Debtor Edward Clutterbuck. NOTE. Jobn C1utterboocke bur. at Slimbridge, 28 August, 1574; Henri Clutterboocke and Maud Weebbe, mary at Slimbridge, 28 January, 1572.
Will of Richard Clotterboke, of Leonard Stanley, dat. 24 April, 1575; pr. at Gloucester, 9 May, 1576; mentions: Wife; Margery “and her children and myn”; Mother-in-law: Margery Fowler. A Witness: Myrtle Clotterbooke. NOTE. Margery, the wife of this Richard C., was born circa, 1530, 2nd dau. of Richard Fowler, of Stonebouse, clothier, by Margery Bennett, his wife.
Will of Richard Clutterbook, of Slimbridge, weaver, dat. 16 May, 1583; pr. at Gloucester, 1584, mentions: Daus.: Elizabeth and Jane; Wife: Elizabeth. NOTE. Richard C. and Elizabeth Weebb marr. at Slimbridge 219 April, 1578.
Will of Alice Clutterbuck, of Colwall, widow, dat. 22 June. 1584; pr.1 March, 1584; mentions: Sons: John and Robert Whooper.
Will of Richard Clooterbooke, of Eastington, dat. 17 December, 1583; pr. at Gloucester, 4 January, 1584; mentions Sons: Edward, Richard, John; Daus: Susanna, Joane, Elizabeth,; Brother: Walter; Wife: Margaret; Kinsman: John Haynes. NOTE. Richard Clotterbooke, bur. at Eastington, 2 January, 1583/4. The following children of a Richard C. were bap. at Eastington: 1561, March 25: Thomas; 1562 December 12: Giles; 1576, December, 2, Richard; 1581, April 9, John; 1560, March, 24, Margeria; 1575, July 27, Joanna; 1578, November, 2, Joan filia Ric. Cloterboke & Margaret, his wife. Walter, son of Richard, bur. at Eastington, 12 May, 1564.
Will of Margerye Cloterbooke, of Gloucester, widow, dat. 9 December, 1587; Admon. 1587,? 9 Jan to ? Anne Wright ? her sister; mentions her children: Henry, Gyles, Anne, Catheryne, Alice and Elizabeth. A witness: Walter Cloterbooke.
Will of John Caterbaucke of Hawling, co. Glos.; dat. 27 September, 1589, mentions: Wife: Elizabeth; sister: Margaret, wife of Francis Hill.
Will of Robert Cloterbooke, of Staunton, Glos.; clarke: pr. at Gloucester, 30 August, 1591, mentions: Sister: Ann, wife of John Bayllss. NOTE. In 1573, Robert Cloterbooke was presented by Thomas Doleman to the Rectory of Stanton-cum-Snowshill, and in the parish register occurs the following: “Buried, 1591, Apr. 1 [or 23] Robert Cloterbooke, rector de Stanton.” Also another entry, viz.; “Buried 1580, ffeb. 11, Thomas Clutterbooke.”
Will of Margerie Clotterbucke, of Berkely, pr. at Gloucester, 11 February, 1593, mentions: Son: James; his children, Anne, John, and William.
Will of Walter Clotterbooke, of Leonard Stanley tucker, dat 22 May, 1610; pr. at Gloucester, 1610 (? 18 March), mentions: Wife and children; Sister Anne Parye. NOTE. Walter Clotterbooke, of Leonard Stanley, tucker; bur. there 31 May, 1610; marr, there 24 October, 1591, Elizabeth . . . , and had issue
i. Daniel Clutterbuck, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 30 July, 1592.
ii. John Clutterbuck, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 16 March, 1594.
iii. Amity Clutterbuck, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 17 March, 1604; had issue:
John Clutterbuck, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 21 October, 1638.
iv. Alice, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 20 March, 1602; bur. there 30 August, 1609.
v. Anne, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 29th March, 1607.
vi. Margery, bap. at Leonard Stanley, 7 October, 1610.
Will of James Clutterbuck, of Frocester, tucker, dat. 1 January, 1619; pr. 20 January, 1619, by his wife, Katherine. NOTE. She probably remarried at Frocester, 7 May, 1620, Thomas Web.
Will of Adrian Clutterbuck, of Rencham, co. Bucks.; dat. 21 August, 1625; pr. in London, 7 January, 1625/6; mentions: Daus.: Mary, Margaret, Christian, Sarah; late wife: Elizabeth; Mother-in-law: Mrs. Sarah Wentworth. NOTE. In February, 1629, Admon. of his goods was granted to Christian Clutterbuck. On 8 May, 1599, Adrian Clytterbooke was granted Admon. of goods of James C., of Renyham, his brother. On 1 February, 1636 Admon. of goods of Christian Clutterbooke, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, was granted to Richard Loveland, her relative. Adrian Clyterbooke, of Remnham, gent. figures in the Close Roll, 44 and 45 Eliz.

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Will of William Clotterbooke, of Slymbridge, pr. at Gloucester, 18 September, 1626; mentions: Wife: Margery; Dau.: Margery.
Will of Edward Clutterbooke, of Woodchester, dat. 11 December, 3 Chas. 1., pr. at Gloucester, 24 April, 1628; mentions: Son: William; Daus.: Elizabeth, Jone junr., Ann, Martha, and Joane senr., late wife of Richard Deane, now wife of Henry Fletcbur. Wife: Bridgett. NOTE. In Woodchester register occur the following entries:
1614. August 8. Eliza, the daughter of Edward Cloterbuck, bap.
1620. April 17. Martha, the daughter of Edward Clutterbuck, bap.
Will of John Hurne, of Hinton, yeoman, dat. 15 November, 1628, mentions: James Clutterbuck, his servant. Brotbur-in-law: John Clutterbook, of Hinton; An Overseer: George Clutterbook, of Brookend; a witness: John Clutterbook.
Will of John Clotterbooke, the elder, of King Stanley, husbandman, dat. 4 May, 1636; pr. at Gloucester, 14 July, 1693, mentions: Son: Richard; Daus.: Anne and Mary. NOTE. John Clotterbooke, bur. at King Stanley, 31 July, 1638.
Will of John Clutterbooke, of Slimbridge, dat. 24 February, 1639; pr. at Gloucester, 4 April, 1640, mentions: Sons: Thomas, and his son, John; Edward, and his children, John and Sara; Dau.: Jane Danse; Wife: Agnes; Son-in-law, Edward Taylor. NOTE. John Clutterbooke, bur. at Slimbridge, 3 March, 1639.
Will of Thomas Clutterbuck, dat. 18 May, 1645; Admon. to Richard Clutterbuck, 2 October, 1646; mentions: Son: Richard; Wife: Rebecca; Sisters: Joan and Ellinor. NOTE. 5 June, 1619, Thomas Clutterbuck and Rebecca Lavender marr. at St. Ann, Blackfriars, London.
Will of John Clutterbuck, of London, dat. 28 October, 1654; pr. at Westminster, 16 November, 1654, by Lettice, his widow, mentions: Son: John; Daus.: Anne and Susan (all not aged 21); Brother: James.
Will (nuncupative) of John Clutterbuck, of St Stephen, Coleman St., London, declared on or bout 23 September, 1656; pr. in London, 17 October, 1656, mentions: Daus.: Ann; and …wife of … Goodfellow.
Will of Daniel Clutterbooke, of Gloucester, skinner, dat. 4 January, 1656; pr. In London, 2 May, 1657, mentions: Dau.: Anne, wife of Edward Mason; Wife: Marian.
Will (nuncupative) of Joseph Clutterbooke, of St. Botolph, Aldgate, London, declared 28 May, 1666, pr., 11 December, 1666.
Will of John Clutterbuck, of Idford, Devon, dat. 11 October, 1679; pr. in London, 2 December, 1679, by Mary his widow, and eldest son, John; mentions: Sons: Charles and William; Daus.: Alathea, and Frances.
Will of Thomas Clutterbuck, citizen and draper of London, dat. 13 March, 1681; pr. 1682, mentions: Brother-in-law: Mr. Roger Dunton; Nieces: Frances Ash, and Sarah Niblett.
Will of Margaret Clutterbuck, of Gloucester, widow, dat. 1683; mentions: Sons: Daniel and his children, Amity, Mary and Elizabeth; Thomas and his son, Elisha.
Will of William Clutterbuck, of H.M.S. “Newcastle,” dat. 26 March, 1696; pr. in London, 30 May, 1698, by Mary, his widow.
Will of Mary Adye alias Clutterbooke, of Eastongrey, Wilts.; dat. 11 December, 1657; pr. 6 May, 1699, by John, her son, mentions: Husband: Arthur, of Eastongrey, yeoman; Brother: William Parry, of Easton Gray; Sister: Elizabeth Neale, of Ashton, co. Glos.
Will of Robert Frampton, Bishop of Gloucester, d. at Standish, 26 February, 1700, mentions: “Jane Clutterbuck, my maidservant.”
NOTE. The Standish register contains these entries:
1666. April 15. Richard Merat and Jane Cluterbok, marr.
1699. May 3. Ester Cluterbok, bur.
1720. May 16. John I.ewis, of St. Katherines in ye city of Gloucester and Katherine Cloterbook of Eastington, marr. (vide p. 63).
1755. March 31. Matthew Clutterbuck, of parish of Stroud, bur.
Marriage License granted at Gloucester, 30 November, 1683, to Jeremiah Chandler of Randwick, broadweaver, 23, and Lydia Clutterbuck, widow, at Standish.
Will of Amity Clutterbuck, Purser, R.N., dat. 1 November, 1721, mentions: Wife: Diana; Sisters: Mary Medway, and Elizabeth Sims. NOTE. Mary, dau. of Dauiel C. bap. at St. Michael, Gloucester, 30 September, 1660 ; marr. (license dat. 19 January, 1683/4), Abraham Medway, bricklayer, of Gloucester.
Will of Diana Clutterbuck, of Birtsmorton, Worcester, dat. 1 April, 1729; pr. 8 July, 1729, mentions: Brother: Geo. Caldwell; kinsman: Geo. Dawett; ? wife of Joseph C. by whom she had issue:
i. Hester, b. 11 October, 1713, bap. St. Ann, Soho, London, 22 October, 1713; bur. there 30 August, 1715.
ii. Frances, b. 7 February, 1714/5, bap. St. Ann, Soho, 16 February, 1714/5; bur. there, 21 February, 1714/5.
iii. Francis, b. 28 May, 1716; bap. St. Ann, Soho, 8 June, 1716.
Will of Sarah Clutterbuck, of Eastington, widow, dat. 29 May, 1848; pr. 15 December, 1848, mentions: Sister: Elizabeth Legg; Jane Clutterbuck is bequeathed £10 “if she continue to wait upon me.”
Will of Charles Clutterbuck, of Wheatenhurst, boatowner, dat. at May, 1858; pr. 11 December, 1858, by Ann, his widow, and Peter his son, mentions: Sons: Sydney and Jeremiah; Granddaughter: Amelia Ann. NOTE. Arthur Frank C., who was drowned in Bristol harbour, 2 July, 1880, aged t16, was son of Peter C., of Whitminster (Wheatenhurst). In the Nonconformist chapel yard at Nupend, are memorials to Tom, only son of Jeremiah and Caroline C., who died 16 September, 1859, aged 5, and to their 3rd dau., Kate, who died 9 March, 1863, aged 15.
Will of John Clutterbuck, of Hartpury, yeoman, who died 9 May, 1859; pr. 21 December, 1864, by Hannah, his widow, mentions: Son: Samuel.
NOTE. The following wills of members of the family have also been proved:
1. Katherine, of Hewelsfield, in 1551.
2. John, of Box, Wilts, in 1694.
3. Sarah, of Gloucester, in 1752.
4. Richard, of Gloucester, in 1770.
5. John, of Gloucester, in 1784.

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1563. May 1. Admon. of goods of John Clutterbooke, of King Stanley, was granted to Thomas Clutterbooke, his son.
1591/2. March 21 Thomas Cleaterbooke, late of the parish of St. Sepulchre, deceased intestate. Admon. was granted to WllliainBrowue, £5 8 3.
NOTE. On 14 July 1585, a Marriage License was granted to Thomas Clutterbooke, of the Savoy, taylor, and Johanna Allen, widow, of St. Sepulchre, relict of Robert Allen, of St. George, Southwark, Stationer, the marriage to take place at St. Sepulchre.

1592. May 19. Giles Clutterbucke, late of the parish of St. Mary Woolchurch, decd, intestate. Admon. was granted to John Hawkins a creditor. This appears to be annulled, and on

1592. June 6. Admon. was granted to Walter Clutterbucke, the natural (and ? eldest) brother of decd. £200. This also appears to be annulled, and on

1592. July 14. Admon. was granted to Katherine Clutterbooke alias Bowe (? Powe or Power), and Elizabeth Clutterbooke, alias Dangerfield sisters and next of kin.

1618. Giles Clutterbooke, late of the parish of St. Stephen, Wallbrook, London. Admon. was granted to Anne, his relict.

1625. October 12. Daniel Clutterbuck, late of the parish of St. Michael, Cornhilll, city of London, decd. Admon. was granted to Anne, his relict. £9 10 6.

1625. December. John Catterbauck, late of the parish of the Blessed Mary, Aldermanburie, citizen of London, decd. Admon. granted to William Catterbacke, son and heir.

1626. January 2. Rebecca Caterbauch, late of Longdon, co. Stafford, decd. Admon. granted to Matilda Caterbauch, alias Cheetam, her sister. £37 10 0.

1661. May 13. Alicia Clutterbucke, late of Osleworth1, co. Gloucester, decd. Admon. was granted to Deborah Clutterbooke, her sister.

1661. October 21. Elizabeth Clotterbooke, late of Co. Devon, decd. Admon. granted to John Clotterbooke, her husband.

1661. October 30. Daniel Clutterbuck, late of parts beyond the seas, bachelor, decd. Admon. granted to David White his cousin.

1661. November 28 Richard Clutterbooke, junior, late of Kilreagh, co Londonderry, decd., bachelor. Admon. was granted to Richard Clutterbucke, senior, his father.2

1690. September 10. Elizabeth Clutterbuck, late of the parish of St. Augustine, decd. Admon. granted to John Clutterbuck, her father.

NOTE. On 21 December, 1690. Mrs. Elizabeth Clutterbuck, from Distaff Lane bur, in the church. (Parish Register of St. Augustine, London.)

1691. October 8. John Cloterbooke, late of Idford, Co Devon, decd., bachelor. Admon, granted to Mary Cloterbooke, widow, mother and next of kin to the decd. John Clotterbooke was bur. at Idford, 21 February, 1690.


1Ozleworth P.R., 6 July, 1777. Edward Tanner and Hannah Clutterbuck, both of this parish marr.
2Lawrence Clotterbucke, probably a son of Richard Clutterbucke of Derrytuskan, Tipperary, was a pensioner at Trinity, Cambridge, 1665, a scholar, B.A., 1668/9; MA., 1672; and was afterwards rector of Kilrea, Derry, from 1675 to 1725.—From Dr. Venn’s 2nd vol. of Graduati Cantabrigiensis.

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CLUTTERBUCK, W. A. Esq., 61, Hindley St., Adelaide, S.A. ... 50
CLUTTERBUCK, MAJOR M. I., St. Edmund’s Chambers, 125, Edmund St., Birmingham ... 10
CLOTTERBOOKE-PATYN, BARONESS, Veldheim, Zeist, Holland ... 3
CLUTTERBUCK, E. H. Esq., J.P., Hardenhuish Park, Chippenham, Wilts. ... 3
CLUTTERBUCK, Mrs. G. W., 35, Portland Rd., Finsbury Park, London, N.4. ... 3
CLUTTERBUCK, Mrs. G. G. S., St. Giles, Harpenden, Herts. ... 2
CLUTTERBUCK, Mrs. T. M., Anworth, Aberlour, Banffshire ... 2
SLEE, Miss H. M., 1, Dr. Johnson’s Buildings, Temple, London, E.C.4 ... 2
WITCHELL, E. N., Esq., Upper Birches, Stroud, Glos. ... 2
ALSOP, Mrs. J., 67, Wycombe End, Beaconsfield, Bucks. ... 1
BAYLY, MRS. E. J., Amberd House, Taunton ... 1
BLUNT, CAPT. C. D. M., Halle Place, Adderbury, Banbury ... 1
BOWLES, REVD. J. E., 1, The Birches, Malvern Link ... 1
BUTT, MRS. S., Springfield, Stonehouse, Glos. ... 1
CHAMBERS, W. C., Esq., Thrupp House, Stroud ... 1
CLUTTERBUCK, A. B., Esq.. F.S.A.A., Highbury, Denmark Rd., Gloucester ... 1
CLUTTERBUCK, CAPT. A. W., Inglewood, St. Laurence, Ramsgate ...1
CLUTTERBUCK, Miss C. ... 1
CLUTTERBUCK, C. G. Esq., 23 Heathville Rd., Gloucester. ... 1
CLUTTERBUCK, E. Esq., Latham House, Liverpool Rd., Chester. ... 1
CLUTTERBUCK, Mrs. E. ... 1
CLUTTERBUCK, E. C., Esq., Manland Beacon, Harpenden, Herts. ... 1
CLUTTERBUCK, E. H., Esq., ... 1
CLUTTERBUCK, Miss F., White House, Croxley Green, Herts. ... 1
CLUTTERBUCK, CAPT. F. A., R.N., D.S.O., The White House, Shippon, Abingdon. ... 1
CLUTTERBUCK, Miss F. D. B., 24, Church Rd., Richmond, Surrey. ... 1
CLUTTERBUCK, Miss G. M., 3 Glenfall Terrace, All Saints Road, Cheltenham ... 1
CLUTTERBUCK, H., Esq., Glenthorne, Freeland Rd., Clacton-on-Sea, Essex ... 1
CLUTTERBUCK, H. E. Esq., 73, St. John’s Rd., Oxford ... 1
CLUTTERBUCK, COL. H. F., V.D., J.P., Dicketts, Corsham, Wilts. ... 1
CLUTTERBUCK, H. J., Esq., The Surgery, Penygroes, Llanelly ... 1
CLUTTERBUCK, J. E., LIEUT. R.E., Alton Lodge, East Molesey, Surrey ... 1
CLUTTBRBUCK, NURSE L., Wotton Lodge Nursing Home, Gloucester ... 1
CLUTTERBUCK, L. A., M.D., M.R.C.P., 36, Willoughby Rd., Hampstead, London, N.W.3. ... 1
CLUTTERBUCK, P., Esq., J.P., Goldingtons, Sarratt, Rickmansworth, Herts. ... 1
CLUTTERBUCK, CAPT. P. A., M.C., Alton Lodge, East Molesey, Surrey ... 1
CLUTTERBUCK, P. H., C.I.E., C.B.E., V.D., F.R.G.S.. etc., Simla, India ... 1
CLUTTERBUCK, P. R. Esq., 11, Josephine Avenue, Brixton, London, S.W.2. ... 1
CLUTTERBUCK, R. I. Esq. ... 1
CLUTTERBUCK, S. E., Esq., F.S.A.A., M.B.E., 31, Queen St., Cardiff ... 1
CLUTTERBUCK, CAPT. T. R., Micklefield Hall, Rickmansworth. Herts. ... 1
CLUTTERBUCK, W. A. Esq., Rookery Farm, nr. Berkeley, Glos. ... 1

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CLUTTERBUCK, W. C. Esq., Lindores, Albert Town, Haverfordwest, S. Wales ... 1
CLUTTERBUCK, CAPT. W. E., M.C., 2nd Royal Scots Fusiliers, Barrackpore, Bengal, India ... 1
CLUTTERBUCK, W. G. Esq., 33, Furlong Rd., Gloucester ... 1
CLUTTERBUCK, W. J. Esq., Marsham Hall, nr. Norwich ... 1
EVANS, E. H. Esq., 9, Gower Street, Bedford Square, London, W.C.1 ... 1
EVANS, Mrs. P. J., St. Michael’s Garth, Bussage, Stroud ... 1
HALLIDAY, Mrs. R., Pegric Cottage, Butterow, Stroud ... 1
HILL, Mrs. L ... 1
HOARE, A. E., Esq., Chelsworth Hall, Bildeston, Suffolk ... 1
JONES, Miss K. A., The Grange, Stanley St. Leonards. Stonehouse, Glos. ... 1
KING, H. J. H., Esq., Newmarket, Nailsworth, Glos. ... 1
LINDSELLL, Mrs. E. G., Woodside House, Turvey, Beds. ... 1
LITTLE, E. P., Esq., Amberley, Stroud ... 1
LOYD, Mrs. A. K., Douns House, Steventon, Berks ... 1
MOUNT, Sir W. A., BART., Wasing Place, Aldermaston, Reading ...1
MOUNT, Mrs. M. E., Poynters, Cobham, Surrey ... 1
NEWMAN, Mrs. H. M., Rockness, Nailsworth, Glos. ... 1
OAKES, Mrs. C. H., Newlands, Riddings, Alfreton, Derbyshire ... 1
PINNELL, Mrs. C. H. ... 1
REED, Mrs. J. P. B., Woodside, Benenden, Cranbrook ... 1
REYNOLDS, Mrs. E. F. ... 1
SHEI.LEY, LADY, Shobrooke Park, Crediton ... 1
SLEE, MAJOR R. A., Dr. Johnson’s Buildings, Temple, London, E.C.4 ... 1
TURNER, THE Misses E. D. and B. M. A., Westray, Combe Down, Bath ... 1
WEATHRRALL, Mrs. M. E., Race Course, Peking, North China ... 1
WOOD, J. Esq., Coxhoe Hall, Coxhoe, co. Durham ... 1
WITCHELL, Mrs. E. N., Upper Birches. Stroud, Glos. ... 1

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