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Sons of the Clergy 1799 Sermon & App
R C Cobbe (1)
R C Cobbe (2)
R C Cobbe (3)
R C Cobbe (4)
James M. Cobbe
Chas Cobbe Lt RN
(HMS Colossus)
(HMS Niger)
(HMS Captain)
(HMS Dido)
(HMS Ville de Paris)
(HMS St. George)
Sarah Ann Cobbe
Maria V. Cobbe
Countess Frances
Earl & Countess
of Huntingdon
Charlotte Cobbe
Arabella Cobbe
Marshall G. Cobbe
Marshal's 1800 Indenture
Marshall's Wife
Eliza Hammond

& Their Children:
Frances & Caroline Cobbe
Charles Marshall Goodolphin Cobbe
Thomas Cobbe
Willoughby Cobbe
Sydney G. Cobbe
Rosamond Cobbe
The Burslems
The Chaloners
The Clays
The Poet Keats
The Hammonds
St martins in the Fields - Ceiling

Lt. Col. Richard Chaloner Cobbe of Henry Hawley's Foot,
married Mary Godolphin Here - 23rd November 1726
Richard Chaloner Cobbe became the name given to the eldest son
in each of the next three generations.

Richard & Mary appear to have had only one child, a son,
Rev Richard Chaloner Cobbe LL.D.  He was Chaplain
to his father's younger brother, Lord Archbishop of Dublin, Charles Cobbe,
Treasurer at St. Patrick's Cathedral, Vicar of St. Anne's, Dublin
and of Finglas, where he is buried in the Old St. Canice Church.

The grandson of Richard & Mary was another only child,
Rev Richard Chaloner Cobbe, Rector of Bradenham.
He married Sarah Burslem, the granddaughter ofElizabeth Godolphin,
sister of Mary, above.

Richard and Sarah Burslem had some thirteen children,
Ten of whom survived into or nearly into adulthood. One daughter,
Arabella Cobbe, married firstly, Henry Fyge Jauncey, 
with descendents surviving to this day
and secondly, Richard Dawkins, to become parents of an
ill fated, Rear Admiral, and grandparents to
Richard McGillivray Dawkins (1871-1955), the eminent Greek Scholar.
Two of his sisters married brothers Mazzarini in Italy with descendents
perhaps surviving in the USA.

Arabella herself lived to the age of 88 years and died in the home
of her eldest son, Henry John Jauncey, 8 George Street, Marylebone
12th March 1873 

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