The Farmer's Magazine, Vol. 7: January to June, 1843 (Classic Reprint)

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3rd. - Bridget, married William, son and heir of Sir Vincent Skinner (Collins, vol. 4, p. 353). Of the sons: 1st. - Edward, baptized at Huntingfield, Dec. 5, 1583, died an infant. 2nd. - Robert, baptized at Huntingfield, Oct. 3, 1587; received the honour of knighthood; he married Theophila, daughter of Thomas Lord Berkeley, by whom he had no issue. He died July 19, 1658, aged 67 (Monument in Epsom Church). Through this Robert Coke, the London library of Sir Edward Coke came into the possession of the Berkeley family; and was by George, the fourteenth Earl Berkeley, presented, in 1680, to the corporation of Sion College, in London. 3rd. - Arthur, baptized at Huntingfield, March 7th, 1588, who married Elizabeth, daughter and heiress of Sir George Walgrave, by whom he had four daughters. 4th. - John, baptized at Huntingfield, March 4, 1590, who was seated at Holkham; he married Meriel, the daughter of Anthony Wheateley, Esq., by whom he had six sons and nine daughters. The estate, however, descended to his youngest son John, and he dying unmarried, the property descended to the heirs of Henry Coke (Collins, vol. 4, p. 155). 5th. - Henry, who was baptized at Huntingfield, August 30, 1592, was seated at Thurrington, in Norfolk. He was elected member of Parliament in 1623 for Wycomb, twice in 1625 for the same borough, and in 1640 for Dunwich (Willis Not. Parl. vol. 2, p. 187, 198, 208, 286). He married Margaret, daughter to and heiress of Edward Lovelace, Esq., by whom he had a son, Richard, who espoused Mary, daughter of Sir John Rous, Bart., by whom he had a son, Robert, who succeeded, on the death of John Coke, to the Holkham estates, and the greatest part of Sir Edward Coke's property (Monument in Titleshall Church). This Robert Coke married Lady Ann Osborn, daughter of Thomas Duke of Leeds, by whom he had only one son, Edward. Robert Coke died January 16, 1679, in the twenty-ninth year of his ...

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