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Re: Marquis George Trembly & Sir Geo. Crateret
Posted by: Micah Sabol (ID *****8300) Date: March 15, 2010 at 20:44:13
In Reply to: Marquis George Trembly & Sir Geo. Crateret by Ann Robbins of 57

None of the Big Names show correct information. For example, Charles I had a daughter Eliz. but she died. Sir Geo. C. married his cousin. And the peerage does not match any of the other names as well.Sir Geo. Crateret who married lady Elizabeth Stewart (false-daughter of Charles 1 Eliz. died at 15 by pneum.), George married his cousin Elizabeth de Carteret (So another Elizabeth) daughter of Charles I (Stewart) and Henrietta Marie daughter of Henry IV of France and Marie Medici of Florence. Sir George and his wife had extensive territories given them by her brother, James Duke of York, (after James II.) (True)Charles II gave Carteret a large grant of land in the American colonies, which he promptly named New Jersey. With Berkeley, 1665, Carteret was one of the drafters of the Concession and Agreement, a document that provided freedom of religion in the colony of New Jersey. It was issued as a proclamation for the structure of the government for the colony written by the two proprietors, Berkeley and Carteret.
http://thepeerage.com/p20823.htm#i208227 the peerage check
[edit] Later life he became one of the proprietors of the Province of Carolina, prior to their becoming jointly interested in East Jersey which were ceded to him by his brother, Charles II. fully one-half of New Jersey, N.E. portion belonging to Carteret's wife. after Sir George's death she married William Larwrence.False He lived to 70 years old Carteret had a daughter Elizabeth who married Marquis Geo. Trembly an aristocratic French Huguenot, and had a daughter Johana who married Philip cox as second wife 1729. He was born 1681, son of Isaac Cox, brother of Dr. Daniel and Sarah (nee Sutton), daugher of Lord John Berkley False He left three sons, each of whom succeeded in his turn to the title, and one daughter, Anne, who married Sir Dudley Cullum,and Mary Stewart, mother of William Prince of Orange (Holland) or William III of England.
Elizabeth married Marquis Geo. Trembley (No Marqis George Trembley or anything close) and had daugher Hannah who married Philip Cox, son of Isaac and Sarah who married a Sutton died no issue, then married (False No famous Baptist Minister!!! grandson of Marquis) Rev. David Sutton, a famous Baptist minister by whom there were seven or eight sons and three daughters.
(Marquis George Trembly is also described in the booklet as 'a French Huguenot of high family.')
Proof and tradition say, Hannah was an only daughter of John Trembly, a brother of George Trembly, and Mary only daughter of Peter Noe, also a French Huguenot of high family, and Margaret (nee Clark). He was wealthy and made a will to mary and her descendants. She also made a will. She then had married Philip Cox and by him had sons, Isaac, Daniel and John; died young from drinking from a poisoned spring. Philip then married Mariah's daughter hannah, by Trembly, and had three children, Isaac, hannah and Susanah. All married Suttons.
Children of Rev. David Sutton and Sarah Sutton, (a widow of a Sutton) who was daughter of George Trembly and his wife a daughter of Carteret and Elizabeth (nee Stewart).
The rich widow who married the third time William Lawrence, had one son or more by lawrence. The Province of Maryland was named in honor of Henrietta Marie Wife of Charles Stewart.


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