Clement-Jones family v2/21 - Person Sheet
Clement-Jones family v2/21 - Person Sheet
NameJohn TREVOR IV , 458
FatherSir John TREVOR III , 460 (1626-1672)
MotherRuth HAMPDEN , 464 (1628-1687)
FatherGeorge CLARKE , 11394
MotherElizabeth PALMER , 11395
ChildrenJohn Morley , 456 (1681-1719)
 Arabella , 1962 (1690-1734)
 Lucy , 10956 (1680-1706)
 Elizabeth , 10957 (1678-)
 Thomas , 11396 (1684-1707)
Notes for John TREVOR IV
Of Trevalyn and Plasteg.

John Trevor IV who inherited Glynde in 1679 was the head of a Welsh family with estates centring on the residences of Trevalyn in Denbigh and Plas Teg in Flint.

The elder son of Sir John Trevor III, John Trevor IV, who inherited Glynde in 1679, died in 1686 and his widow Elizabeth Trevor married as her third husband, John, Lord Cutts. (Sussex Notes and Queries, vol. XIV, p. 246.)

From National Library of Wales

JOHN TREVOR (b. c. 1652 ), who also inherited from a cousin the Sussex estate of Glynde — henceforth the chief residence of the family. On the death of his grandson, JOHN TREVOR , commissioner of the admiralty , in 1743 , the male line came to an end, and his eight sisters became co-heiresses. The Sussex estates were devised by will to descendants of Thomas Trevor , 1st baron Trevor (see below); the Welsh estates passed to descendants of two of the co-heiresses. Of these, one married into the Cornish family of Boscawen and her grand-daughter into the Carmarthenshire family of Griffith . It was the Griffith-Boscawen s who eventually inherited Trevalun and lived there from 1835 . From another of the co-heiresses sprang the Trevor-Ropers , who took Plas Têg as their share.
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