Mary Lownds1

F, #14122, b. 21 May 1732
Married Name Her married name was Brough.1 
Baptism*21 May 1732 Mary Lownds was baptised on 21 May 1732 at Wolstanton, Staffordshire, England, .1 
Marriage*29 December 1757 She married Richard Brough, son of Richard Brough and Ann 'or Mary' Mellor, on 29 December 1757 at Wolstanton, Staffordshire, England, .1 

Family

Richard Brough b. 2 Nov 1722, d. 10 Apr 1779
Children

Citations

  1. [S835] Unknown record type, Brough Organisation, 3 September 2006 "unknown cd."

Jemima Lownds1

F, #14123, b. 27 November 1757
Father*Richard Brough1 b. 2 Nov 1722, d. 10 Apr 1779
Mother*Mary Lownds1 b. 21 May 1732
Relationship8th cousin 7 times removed of Susan Brown
Baptism*27 November 1757 Jemima Lownds was baptised on 27 November 1757 at Burslem, Staffordshire, England, .1 

Citations

  1. [S835] Unknown record type, Brough Organisation, 3 September 2006 "unknown cd."

George Brough1

M, #14124, b. 25 December 1762, d. 14 July 1763
Father*Richard Brough1 b. 2 Nov 1722, d. 10 Apr 1779
Mother*Mary Lownds1 b. 21 May 1732
Relationship8th cousin 7 times removed of Susan Brown
Baptism*25 December 1762 George Brough was baptised on 25 December 1762 at Burslem, Staffordshire, England, .1 
Death*14 July 1763 He died on 14 July 1763.1 

Citations

  1. [S835] Unknown record type, Brough Organisation, 3 September 2006 "unknown cd."

Lydia Brough1

F, #14125, b. 9 December 1764, d. 24 November 1795
Father*Richard Brough1 b. 2 Nov 1722, d. 10 Apr 1779
Mother*Mary Lownds1 b. 21 May 1732
Relationship8th cousin 7 times removed of Susan Brown
Married Name Her married name was Harding.1 
Baptism*9 December 1764 Lydia Brough was baptised on 9 December 1764 at Burslem, Staffordshire, England, .1 
Marriage*28 January 1782 She married William Harding on 28 January 1782 at Stoke-upon-Trent, Staffordshire, England, .1 
Death*24 November 1795 Lydia Brough died on 24 November 1795 at Burslem, Staffordshire, England, , at age 30.1 

Family

William Harding

Citations

  1. [S835] Unknown record type, Brough Organisation, 3 September 2006 "unknown cd."

Nanny Brough1

F, #14126, b. 28 December 1766
Father*Richard Brough1 b. 2 Nov 1722, d. 10 Apr 1779
Mother*Mary Lownds1 b. 21 May 1732
Relationship8th cousin 7 times removed of Susan Brown
Baptism*28 December 1766 Nanny Brough was baptised on 28 December 1766 at Burslem, Staffordshire, England, .1 

Citations

  1. [S835] Unknown record type, Brough Organisation, 3 September 2006 "unknown cd."

Charlot Brough1

F, #14127, b. 15 April 1770
Father*Richard Brough1 b. 2 Nov 1722, d. 10 Apr 1779
Mother*Mary Lownds1 b. 21 May 1732
Relationship8th cousin 7 times removed of Susan Brown
Baptism*15 April 1770 Charlot Brough was baptised on 15 April 1770 at Newchapel, Staffordshire, England, .1 

Citations

  1. [S835] Unknown record type, Brough Organisation, 3 September 2006 "unknown cd."

Christina 'or Christian' Brough1

F, #14128, b. 27 April 1772
Father*Richard Brough1 b. 2 Nov 1722, d. 10 Apr 1779
Mother*Mary Lownds1 b. 21 May 1732
Relationship8th cousin 7 times removed of Susan Brown
Baptism*27 April 1772 Christina 'or Christian' Brough was baptised on 27 April 1772 at Newchapel, Staffordshire, England, .1 

Citations

  1. [S835] Unknown record type, Brough Organisation, 3 September 2006 "unknown cd."

William Harding1

M, #14129
Marriage*28 January 1782 William Harding married Lydia Brough, daughter of Richard Brough and Mary Lownds, on 28 January 1782 at Stoke-upon-Trent, Staffordshire, England, .1 

Family

Lydia Brough b. 9 Dec 1764, d. 24 Nov 1795

Citations

  1. [S835] Unknown record type, Brough Organisation, 3 September 2006 "unknown cd."

Richard Brough1

M, #14130, b. 29 November 1688
Father*Richard Brough1 b. c 1657
Mother*Margaretae (?)1 b. c 1659
Relationship6th cousin 9 times removed of Susan Brown
Note* Richard Brough The information on the Family Group Record of Richard Brough and Ann (or Mary) Mellor has been taken from the 2000 RBFO book 'The Broughs of Staffordshire, England and their English, American and Australian Descendants,' pp.86-89.

Records of Ipstones Parish lists the christening of Richard Brough on 29 November 1688 as 'Richardus, filius Richardi Brough & Margaretae uxoris ejus.' (RBFO Research Report by David Bethell, p. 37, which quotes both 'ORs and BTs' of '1600 to 1740.')

The following statement was made by Catharine Ann Brough Hind to the RBFO on 24 June 1995: 'Richard Brough [who was christened in 1688 in Ipstones, married Ann (Mary) Mellor in 1716 in Leek, and was buried in 1768 in Meerbrook, and who was the great-grandfather of Richard Brough who married Mary Horleston] was baptising children at Meerbrook in the 18thc [or 1700's]. I am confident that it was that Richard who witnessed [in 1754] the Will of my ancestor Isaac Barber, blacksmith and innkeeper of Meerbrook.... William Brough my gt gt gt grandfather was Isaac's son-in-law. This has always prompted me to suppose that Richard was a member of the Middlehulme Broughs.' (Hind Research Reports to the RBFO, page 261.)1 
Baptism*29 November 1688 He was baptised on 29 November 1688 at Ipstones, Staffordshire, England, .1 
Marriage*8 November 1716 He married Ann 'or Mary' Mellor on 8 November 1716 at Leek, Staffordshire, England, .1 
Marriage*25 August 1731 Richard Brough married Ann Willshaw on 25 August 1731 at Leek, Staffordshire, England, .1 
Burial*20 December 1768 Richard Brough was buried on 20 December 1768 at Meerbrook, Leek, Staffordshire, England, .1 

Family 1

Ann 'or Mary' Mellor b. 10 Sep 1701
Children

Family 2

Ann Willshaw b. 5 Aug 1694
Child

Citations

  1. [S835] Unknown record type, Brough Organisation, 3 September 2006 "unknown cd."

Ann 'or Mary' Mellor1

F, #14131, b. 10 September 1701
Married Name Her married name was Brough.1 
Baptism*10 September 1701 Ann 'or Mary' Mellor was baptised on 10 September 1701 at Meerbrook, Leek, Staffordshire, England, .1 
Marriage*8 November 1716 She married Richard Brough, son of Richard Brough and Margaretae (?), on 8 November 1716 at Leek, Staffordshire, England, .1 
Burial*12 February 1726/27 Ann 'or Mary' Mellor was buried on 12 February 1726/27 at Meerbrook, Leek, Staffordshire, England, .1 

Family

Richard Brough b. 29 Nov 1688
Children

Citations

  1. [S835] Unknown record type, Brough Organisation, 3 September 2006 "unknown cd."

Hannah Brough1

F, #14132, b. 30 June 1717
Father*Richard Brough1 b. 29 Nov 1688
Mother*Ann 'or Mary' Mellor1 b. 10 Sep 1701
Relationship7th cousin 8 times removed of Susan Brown
Baptism*30 June 1717 Hannah Brough was baptised on 30 June 1717 at Meerbrook, Leek, Staffordshire, England, .1 

Citations

  1. [S835] Unknown record type, Brough Organisation, 3 September 2006 "unknown cd."

Samuel Brough1

M, #14133, b. 23 November 1718
Father*Richard Brough1 b. 29 Nov 1688
Mother*Ann 'or Mary' Mellor1 b. 10 Sep 1701
Relationship7th cousin 8 times removed of Susan Brown
Baptism*23 November 1718 Samuel Brough was baptised on 23 November 1718 at Meerbrook, Leek, Staffordshire, England, .1 

Citations

  1. [S835] Unknown record type, Brough Organisation, 3 September 2006 "unknown cd."

Jana Brough1

F, #14134, b. 15 February 1720/21
Father*Richard Brough1 b. 29 Nov 1688
Mother*Ann 'or Mary' Mellor1 b. 10 Sep 1701
Relationship7th cousin 8 times removed of Susan Brown
Note* Jana Brough The Parish Record of Leek states that Jana Brough was christened on 15 February 1720/1, and reads as follows: 'Jana filia Ricardi & Annae Brough de Meerbrook' (RBFO Research Report by David Bethell, p.20.)1 
Baptism*15 February 1720/21 She was baptised on 15 February 1720/21 at Meerbrook, Leek, Staffordshire, England, .1 

Citations

  1. [S835] Unknown record type, Brough Organisation, 3 September 2006 "unknown cd."

Jacob Brough1

M, #14135, b. 7 October 1724, d. 17 September 1725
Father*Richard Brough1 b. 29 Nov 1688
Mother*Ann 'or Mary' Mellor1 b. 10 Sep 1701
Relationship7th cousin 8 times removed of Susan Brown
Baptism*7 October 1724 Jacob Brough was baptised on 7 October 1724 at Meerbrook, Leek, Staffordshire, England, .1 
Death*17 September 1725 He died on 17 September 1725 at Leek, Staffordshire, England, .1 

Citations

  1. [S835] Unknown record type, Brough Organisation, 3 September 2006 "unknown cd."

Ann Willshaw1

F, #14136, b. 5 August 1694
Married Name Her married name was Brough.1 
Baptism*5 August 1694 Ann Willshaw was baptised on 5 August 1694 at Alstonfield, Staffordshire, England, .1 
Marriage*25 August 1731 She married Richard Brough, son of Richard Brough and Margaretae (?), on 25 August 1731 at Leek, Staffordshire, England, .1 
Burial*10 March 1775 Ann Willshaw was buried on 10 March 1775 at Leek, Staffordshire, England, .1 

Family

Richard Brough b. 29 Nov 1688
Child

Citations

  1. [S835] Unknown record type, Brough Organisation, 3 September 2006 "unknown cd."

Dorothea Brough1

F, #14137, b. 17 September 1732
Father*Richard Brough1 b. 29 Nov 1688
Mother*Ann Willshaw1 b. 5 Aug 1694
Relationship7th cousin 8 times removed of Susan Brown
Baptism*17 September 1732 Dorothea Brough was baptised on 17 September 1732 at Leek, Staffordshire, England, .1 

Citations

  1. [S835] Unknown record type, Brough Organisation, 3 September 2006 "unknown cd."

Richard Brough1

M, #14138, b. circa 1657
Father*Richard Brough1 b. c 1620, d. a 1696
Mother*Ann (?)1 b. bt 1625 - 1635
Relationship5th cousin 10 times removed of Susan Brown
Note* Richard Brough Kingsley Parish Register lists the burial date of 'Richard Brough' as 20 December 1708. (Reference book: 'Staffordshire Parish Registers Society: Parish of Kingsley and Cheadle,' FHL book # 942.46, B4pr, V.66, p.129.)1 
Birth*circa 1657 He was born circa 1657 at Kingsley, Staffordshire, England, .1 
Marriage*circa 1680 He married Margaretae (?) circa 1680 at of Staffordshire, England, .1 
Burial*20 December 1708 Richard Brough was buried on 20 December 1708 at Kingsley, Staffordshire, England, .1 

Family

Margaretae (?) b. c 1659
Children

Citations

  1. [S835] Unknown record type, Brough Organisation, 3 September 2006 "unknown cd."

Margaretae (?)1

F, #14139, b. circa 1659
Birth*circa 1659 Margaretae (?) was born circa 1659 at England, .1 
Marriage*circa 1680 She married Richard Brough, son of Richard Brough and Ann (?), circa 1680 at of Staffordshire, England, .1 
Married Namecirca 1680  As of circa 1680,her married name was Brough.1 
Burial*2 June 1710 Margaretae (?) was buried on 2 June 1710 at Kingsley, Staffordshire, England, .1 

Family

Richard Brough b. c 1657
Children

Citations

  1. [S835] Unknown record type, Brough Organisation, 3 September 2006 "unknown cd."

Henricus Brough1

M, #14140, b. circa 1682
Father*Richard Brough1 b. c 1657
Mother*Margaretae (?)1 b. c 1659
Relationship6th cousin 9 times removed of Susan Brown
Note* Henricus Brough Records of Ipstones Parish lists the burial of 'Henricus fillius Ricordi Brough' as 23 April 1683. (RBFO Research Report by David Bethell, p. 38, which quotes both 'ORs and BTs' of '1600 to 1740.1') 
Birth*circa 1682 He was born circa 1682.1 
Burial*23 April 1683 He was buried on 23 April 1683 at Ipstones, Staffordshire, England, .1 

Citations

  1. [S835] Unknown record type, Brough Organisation, 3 September 2006 "unknown cd."

William Brough1

M, #14141, b. circa 1684
Father*Richard Brough1 b. c 1657
Mother*Margaretae (?)1 b. c 1659
Relationship6th cousin 9 times removed of Susan Brown
Note* William Brough Records of Ipstones Parish lists the burial of William Brough on 13 December 1687 as 'Gulielmus filius Richardi Brough & Margaretae.' (RBFO Research Report by David Bethell, p. 38, which quotes both 'ORs and BTs' of '1600 to 1740.1') 
Birth*circa 1684 He was born circa 1684.1 
Burial*13 December 1687 He was buried on 13 December 1687 at Ipstones, Staffordshire, England, .1 

Citations

  1. [S835] Unknown record type, Brough Organisation, 3 September 2006 "unknown cd."

Anna Brough1

F, #14142, b. 28 July 1687
Father*Richard Brough1 b. c 1657
Mother*Margaretae (?)1 b. c 1659
Relationship6th cousin 9 times removed of Susan Brown
Note* Anna Brough Records of Ipstones Parish lists the christening of Anna Brough on 28 July 1687 as 'Anna, filia Richardi Brough et Margarettae uxoris ejus.' (RBFO Research Report by David Bethell, p. 37, which quotes both 'ORs and BTs' of '1600 to 1740.1') 
Baptism*28 July 1687 She was baptised on 28 July 1687 at Ipstones, Staffordshire, England, .1 

Citations

  1. [S835] Unknown record type, Brough Organisation, 3 September 2006 "unknown cd."

Jana Brough1

F, #14143, b. 21 April 1692
Father*Richard Brough1 b. c 1657
Mother*Margaretae (?)1 b. c 1659
Relationship6th cousin 9 times removed of Susan Brown
Note* Jana Brough Records of Ipstones Parish lists the christening of Jana Brough on 21 April 1692 as 'Jana, filia Richardi Brough et Margaretae uxoris ejus.' (RBFO Research Report by David Bethell, p. 37, which quotes both 'ORs and BTs' of '1600 to 1740.1') 
Baptism*21 April 1692 She was baptised on 21 April 1692 at Ipstones, Staffordshire, England, .1 

Citations

  1. [S835] Unknown record type, Brough Organisation, 3 September 2006 "unknown cd."

Jonathan Brough1

M, #14144, b. 15 March 1700
Father*Richard Brough1 b. c 1657
Mother*Margaretae (?)1 b. c 1659
Relationship6th cousin 9 times removed of Susan Brown
Note* Jonathan Brough Ipstones Parish Register lists the christening date of Jonathan Brough as 15 March 1700 and states the following: 'Jonathan fs Richardi Brough et Margaretae ux.ej.' (Reference book: 'The Tale of Ipstones.' FHL book # 942.46, I2, H2b, p.207.)1 
Baptism*15 March 1700 He was baptised on 15 March 1700 at Ipstones, Staffordshire, England, .1 

Citations

  1. [S835] Unknown record type, Brough Organisation, 3 September 2006 "unknown cd."

Richard Brough1

M, #14145, b. circa 1620, d. after 1696
Father*Richard Burgh (Brough)1 b. c 1579
Mother*(?) (?)1 b. c 1585
Relationship4th cousin 11 times removed of Susan Brown
Biography*circa 1620 Research Summary by R. Clayton Brough, 25 March 2001:
During the past 20 years, RBFO genealogists have spent considerable time and expense in trying to identify the Richard Brough of the mid-1600's who was the direct ancestor of Richard Brough who married Mary Horleston in 1825. In the 1980's, the RBFO published two books which stated that this 'missing' Richard Brough was probably Richard, the son of Richard Brough and Rebecca Fowler of Windygates, Staffordshire. However, the RBFO Genealogical Research Committee now believes this published relationship is incorrect, and presented the following information about this matter in its 2000 book 'The Broughs of Staffordshire, England, and their English, American and Australian Descendants,' 2000, pages 70-71:
'In the 1980's the RBFO published two books which stated that 'two children were born to Richard Brough...and his wife Rebecca Fowler: Richard...and Thomas, both born in 1650 and both possibly twins.' (1981 RBFO book, p.51; and 1988 RBFO book, pp. 28-29.) This conclusion was based on the fact that 'Fowler of Salt' in the 1663-1664 Heralds' Visitations of Staffordshire (p..140) stated that 'Rebecca,' the daughter of 'Richard Fowler of Bartomley in Cheshire' and 'wife to Richard Brough' of 'Wyndeyates' Staffordshire, had a son named 'Richard' who was '13' years of age in '1663.' Based on this fact, RBFO researchers initially accepted this Richard Brough, who was supposedly born in 1650, as one of the direct ancestors of Richard Brough who married Mary Horleston in 1825–and who the Richard Brough Family Organization is named after. Unfortunately, later research did not uncover any other listing in available religious or civil documents of such a Richard–although his brother(?) Thomas appeared in the Leek Parish Register. Also, this supposed Richard of 1650 was not even mentioned in the Will of his father(?), Thomas Brough, dated 18 October 1654–as was his brother(?) Thomas. Needless to say, the preponderance of evidence against the existence of this supposed Richard of 1650 continued to grow until RBFO researchers agreed with the following 1992 statement by Catharine Ann Brough Hind of England:
'Richard son of Richard and Rebecca as depicted on the Fowler pedigree is nobodies ancestor. If as his uncle declared at the 17thc visitation Rebecca did have a son called Richard, he died in infancy. No, I believe that what [his] Uncle recollected was that his sister had a child who carried a Brough family name...and he misremembered whose. Remember that distance, travel and communication were scant and entrusted to memory.'
It is known that Thomas Burgh and Ann Cooke of Middle Hulme, Leek had two known sons: Richard (born about 1579) and Lionel (born about 1582). Richard (b.abt.1579) apparently inherited lands adjoining Middle Hulme, Kingsley or Ipstones, while Lionel (b.abt.1582) inherited a messuage and land in Middle Hulme. In fact, family indentures and legal documents name these two sons amongst their descendants. Also, the tandem ownership of Brough properties, similar given-name patronymics, and their related occupations and positions make it probable that the Broughs of Kingsley and Ipstones were related to the Broughs of Middle Hulme, Leek.
Richard Burgh (Brough, b.abt.1579) was buried 'of New Grange' (near Middle Hulme), Leek, on 19 March 1635/1636. He and his wife had 'dependants'--including but probably not limited to--a daughter Alicia (chr.1608) and a son Richard (born about 1620). This Richard Brough (b.abt.1620) married an Ann in about 1656, and they had seven children, with the first six children born or christened in Kingsley and the last child christened in Ipstones. The first child and son of Richard and Ann was also named Richard, who was born about 1657. This Richard married a Margaretae in about 1680, and they had six children born or christened in Ipstones.
Regarding the genealogical and geographical relationships between the Broughs of Kingsley, Ipstones and Middle Hulme, Leek, Catharine Ann Brough Hind has stated the following: 'Richard Brough [who was christened in 1688 in Ipstones, married Ann (Mary) Mellor in 1716 in Leek, and was buried in 1768 in Meerbrook, and who was the great-grandfather of Richard Brough who married Mary Horleston] was baptising children at Meerbrook in the 18thc [or 1700's]. I am confident that it was that Richard who witnessed [in 1754] the Will of my ancestor Isaac Barber, blacksmith and innkeeper of Meerbrook.... William Brough my gt gt gt grandfather was Isaac's son-in-law. This has always prompted me to suppose that Richard was a member of the Middlehulme Broughs.' (Hind Research Reports to the RBFO, page 261, 24 June 1995.) Additionally, Ann Hind has stated: 'There is a good reason to wonder whether your Richard [Brough of the early-mid 1600's] was of Middlehulme for they as much as Windygates favored the patrimonies of Thomas, John, William and Richard. ...If we look at that tandem ownership closely we will see that it is not only hard-by to Ipstones but also to Kingsley and that in the triangle that is those two places and Calton Cross-roads the Middlehulme family had properties in that and several preceding centuries and made numbers of marriages with the most solid Gentry/Yeomanry families there. (Hind Research Reports to the RBFO, page 292, 24 September 1998.) ...The tandem homes, businesses and estates of the Middlehulme Broughs focused around the Fryth, Ipstones and Kingsley and into Leek itself from c. 1780 until the mid-20th c. and I had pondered and sought for your line in those places and amongst the fringes of our clan....' (Hind Research Reports to the RBFO, page 329, 7 December 1999.)
In addition, the following statements have been made by Catharine Ann Brough Hind to the RBFO during the past decade:
24 June 1995: 'Richard Brough [who was christened in 1688 in Ipstones, married Ann (Mary) Mellor in 1716 in Leek, and was buried in 1768 in Meerbrook, and who was the great-grandfather of Richard Brough who married Mary Horleston] was baptising children at Meerbrook in the 18thc [or 1700's]. I am confident that it was that Richard who witnessed [in 1754] the Will of my ancestor Isaac Barber, blacksmith and innkeeper of Meerbrook.... William Brough my gt gt gt grandfather was Isaac's son-in-law. This has always prompted me to suppose that Richard was a member of the Middlehulme Broughs.' (Hind Research Reports to the RBFO, page 261.)
24 September 1998: 'There is a good reason to wonder whether your [missing] Richard [Brough of the mid 1600's] was of Middlehulme for they as much as Windygates favored the patrimonies of Thomas, John, William and Richard. The Broughs of Brownsett/Brownford/Brownsword did have some Richards too, but in the main they went for Robert, Ralph, Anthony and Edmund. ...If we look at that tandem ownership closely we will see that it is not only hard-by to Ipstones but also to Kingsley and that in the triangle that is those two places and Calton Cross-roads the Middlehulme family had properties in that and several preceding centuries and made numbers of marriages with the most solid Gentry/Yeomanry families there.' (Hind Research Reports to the RBFO, page 292.)
7 December 1999: 'I am going to ramble a little off course, but with an ultimate aim, so please bear with me. Thomas Brough, gentleman, of Middlehulme (he after whose property young Thomas led his uncle John) married Margaret...of the great Adams potting family of Burslem. Their son Thomas married Edith, a daughter of the great engineering and gentry family of Brindley at Kingsley; where Thomas had a great aunt, aunt and sister all married into families with whom Middlehulme had business and land indentures at Kingsley and 'of Kingsley'. For the most part these were interests in mines...iron foundries and smithies.... Thomas indentured Middlehulme to his oldest son John and went with Benjamin his younger son to Burston near Sandon where he had agreements with a tanner and possibly had other children there. The period, start to finish, of this story, is 1660 to 1775...the same time-span as that in which your search fits and in several instances the very same places give-or-take a mile or twoThe tandem homes, businesses and estates of the Middlehulme Broughs focused around the Fryth, Ipstones and Kingsley and into Leek itself from c. 1780 until the mid-20th c. and I had pondered and sought for your line in those places and amongst the fringes of our clan....' (Hind Research Reports to the RBFO, page 329.)
23 January 2001: 'One other thing I have been doing. I reread all battles and movements of troops in and around mid and north Staffordshire in the Civil War to match with burial dates. I once noted how many died around Leek in the 1640's. However, there is nothing tallying in this selection. No doubt you have spotted how many gaps there are for all periods and places. People one expected to see have not been gathered in. The [LDS Genealogical] Society probably works from another perspective.' (Hind Research Reports to the RBFO, page 499.)
20 March 2001: Regarding the marriage of 'older men'--such as Richard Brough who was probably past thirty years of age when he married Ann in about 1656--Catharine Ann Brough Hind wrote the following to the RBFO on 20 March 2001: 'Generally, country-men...of farming and business ways of life did not...marry before early middle-age. Many court[ed] for years.... Generally speaking it has to do with property...parents (especially widowed mothers) have to be taken into consideration and/or money has to be saved to buy-out brothers and sisters or to get established in ones own farm or business. ...Girls [today] would never stand for being asked to play second-fiddle and [many do not] care...about the formality of marriage....' [She then mentioned several Brough men who were married at the documented age of: 50, 43, 39 and 38.] (Hind Research Report to the RBFO, page 538, 20 March 2001.)1 
Birth*circa 1620 Richard Brough was born circa 1620 at Kingsley and New Grange, Staffordshire, England, .1 
Marriage*circa 1656 He married Ann (?) circa 1656 at of Staffordshire, England, .1 
Death*after 1696 Richard Brough died after 1696.1 

Family

Ann (?) b. bt 1625 - 1635
Children

Citations

  1. [S835] Unknown record type, Brough Organisation, 3 September 2006 "unknown cd."

Ann (?)1

F, #14146, b. between 1625 and 1635
Birth*between 1625 and 1635 Ann (?) was born between 1625 and 1635 at England, .1 
Marriage*circa 1656 She married Richard Brough, son of Richard Burgh (Brough) and (?) (?), circa 1656 at of Staffordshire, England, .1 
Married Namecirca 1656  As of circa 1656,her married name was Brough.1 
Burial*1 September 1696 Ann (?) was buried on 1 September 1696 at Kingsley, Staffordshire, England, .1 

Family

Richard Brough b. c 1620, d. a 1696
Children

Citations

  1. [S835] Unknown record type, Brough Organisation, 3 September 2006 "unknown cd."

Ann Brough1

F, #14147, b. February 1661
Father*Richard Brough1 b. c 1620, d. a 1696
Mother*Ann (?)1 b. bt 1625 - 1635
Relationship5th cousin 10 times removed of Susan Brown
Note* Ann Brough Kingsley Parish Register lists the christening date of Ann Brough as Feb. 1661 and reads 'Ann d. of Richard Brough,' and in the next (following) entry gives the burial date of Ann Brough as Feb. 1661 and states 'the aforesaid Ann [was buried in February 1661].' (Reference book: 'Staffordshire Parish Registers Society: Parish of Kingsley and Cheadle,' FHL book # 942.46, B4pr, V.66, p.83.)

Other source: LDS Ordinance Index.1 
Burial*February 1661 She was buried in February 1661.1 
Baptism*February 1661 She was baptised in February 1661 at Kingsley, Staffordshire, England, .1 

Citations

  1. [S835] Unknown record type, Brough Organisation, 3 September 2006 "unknown cd."

Ann Brough1

F, #14148, b. 5 December 1663
Father*Richard Brough1 b. c 1620, d. a 1696
Mother*Ann (?)1 b. bt 1625 - 1635
Relationship5th cousin 10 times removed of Susan Brown
Note* Ann Brough Kingsley Parish Register lists the christening of Ann Brough as 5 December 1663 and reads 'Ann d. of Richard and Ann Brough.' (Reference book: 'Staffordshire Parish Registers Society: Parish of Kingsley and Cheadle,' FHL book # 942.46, B4pr, V.66, p.85.)

Other Source: LDS Ordinance Index.1 
Baptism*5 December 1663 She was baptised on 5 December 1663 at Kingsley, Staffordshire, England, .1 

Citations

  1. [S835] Unknown record type, Brough Organisation, 3 September 2006 "unknown cd."

Mary Brough1

F, #14149, b. 30 January 1666
Father*Richard Brough1 b. c 1620, d. a 1696
Mother*Ann (?)1 b. bt 1625 - 1635
Relationship5th cousin 10 times removed of Susan Brown
Note* Mary Brough Kingsley Parish Register lists the christening of Mary Brough as 30 January 1666 and 'Mary d. of Richard and Ann Brough.' (Reference book: 'Staffordshire Parish Registers Society: Parish of Kingsley and Cheadle,' FHL book # 942.46, B4pr, V.66, p.87.)

Other Source: LDS Ordinance Index.1 
Baptism*30 January 1666 She was baptised on 30 January 1666 at Kingsley, Staffordshire, England, .1 

Citations

  1. [S835] Unknown record type, Brough Organisation, 3 September 2006 "unknown cd."

John Brough1

M, #14150, b. 27 June 1672
Father*Richard Brough1 b. c 1620, d. a 1696
Mother*Ann (?)1 b. bt 1625 - 1635
Relationship5th cousin 10 times removed of Susan Brown
Note* John Brough Kingsley Parish Register lists the christening of John Brough as 27 June 1672 and reads 'John s. of Richard and Ann Brough.' (Reference book: 'Staffordshire Parish Registers Society: Parish of Kingsley and Cheadle,' FHL book # 942.46, B4pr, V.66, p.92.)

Other Source: LDS Ordinance Index.1 
Note* He and Sarah Hulme This marriage can be found in the RBFO 'Staffordshire Marriage Index of Broughs' (via the RBFO website) and in the LDS Ordinance Index.1 
Baptism*27 June 1672 John Brough was baptised on 27 June 1672 at Kingsley, Staffordshire, England, .1 
Marriage*7 November 1702 He married Sarah Hulme on 7 November 1702 at Leek, Staffordshire, England, .1 

Family

Sarah Hulme
Children

Citations

  1. [S835] Unknown record type, Brough Organisation, 3 September 2006 "unknown cd."

Maria Brough1

F, #14151, b. 2 March 1680/81
Father*Richard Brough1 b. c 1620, d. a 1696
Mother*Ann (?)1 b. bt 1625 - 1635
Relationship5th cousin 10 times removed of Susan Brown
Note* Maria Brough Records of Ipstones Parish lists the christening of Maria Brough on 2 March 1680/1 and reads 'Maria fillia Ricordi Brough et Anna vxoris ejus.' (FHL microfilm of Ipstones Parish: #417200. Also, RBFO Research Report by David Bethell, p. 37, quotes both 'ORs and BTs' of '1600 to 1740.1') 
Baptism*2 March 1680/81 She was baptised on 2 March 1680/81 at Ipstones, Staffordshire, England, .1 

Citations

  1. [S835] Unknown record type, Brough Organisation, 3 September 2006 "unknown cd."