Chevalliers of Aspall Hall

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The Chevalliers of Aspall Hall are a family in Britain. Descendants of the family still exist, and are involved in the production of Aspall Cider.[1]

Possessors of Aspall Hall, male line[edit]

  1. Temple Chevallier (1674-1722), bought the Aspall estate in 1702[2] from the Brooke family. He had no issue, so the property passed to a close relative:
  2. Clement Benjamin Chevallier (1697-1762), son of Clement Chevallier (1674-1719) and Marie Dumaresque (died 1737). He married Jane, daughter of Nathaniel Garneys, of Mickfield (1693-1752). The Garneys family descended from King Edward I through Richard FitzAlan, 10th Earl of Arundel, and were counted amongst the gentry of Suffolk (primarily at Mickfield and Kenton) since before 1411 (in which year died Richard Garneys of Beccles and Little Redisham manor).[3] His descendants included also the astronomer Temple Chevallier (1794-1873).[4]
  3. Temple Chevallier (1731-1804), married Mary Fiske.
  4. Rev. John Chevallier (1774-1846), who married first Caroline Hepburn of Wisbech (1776-1815) (from her were born: Mary (1809–1880), who married Charles Boutell, Caroline, married 1839 Thomas Kinder of St Albans, John Clement, John, George and Charlotte Sophia—all died as infants), his second wife was Emily Blomfield Syer (they had two sons), and last Elizabeth Cole of Bermondsey, Surrey, mother of Frances Anne, mother of the first Earl Kitchener.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Family – Aspall". Aspall.co.uk. Retrieved 2015-09-05.
  2. ^ https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/obituaries/1458388/Perronelle-Guild.html
  3. ^ Suffolk Manorial Families, volume II, William Pollard & Co., 1908, pg 259-268
  4. ^ https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/obituaries/1458388/Perronelle-Guild.html

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