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Archdeacon John Crampton
(Cir 1701-1771)
Charlotte Fiennes Twisleton
(1710-1776)
David Verner
Elizabeth Crossley
John Fiennes Twistleton Crampton
(1732-1792)
Anne Verner
(Cir 1743-1826)
Insp. Gen. John Fiennes Twisleton Crampton
(1769-1834)

 

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Spouses/Children:
Louisa Fyers

Insp. Gen. John Fiennes Twisleton Crampton 2 3 4

  • Born: 17 Nov 1769, Dublin, Leinster, Ireland 4 5
  • Marriage: Louisa Fyers on 6 Nov 1812 in Dublin, Leinster, Ireland 1
  • Died: 4 May 1834, Dublin, Leinster, Ireland aged 64 3 6

bullet   Another name for John was John Crampton.

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

Education, 19 Oct 1785-1790 & 1832, Trinity College, Dublin. 4 John Crampton, who paid a fixed sum annually, entered Trinity College on October 19, 1785, aged 16. His Schoolmaster was Mr. Austen. John Crampton was born in Dublin and was the son of John Crampton, a Gentleman. He graduated with a BA (Bachelor of Arts) in spring 1790 and a MA (Master of Arts) in November 1832.

(Original text: CRAMPTON, JOHN, Pen. (Mr Austen), Oct. 19, 1785, aged 16; s. of John, Generosus; b. Dublin. B.A. Vern. 1790. M.A. Nov. 1832. [Irish Bar 1795])

Residence: Merrion Square, Dublin, Ireland. 3 Also recorded as Upper Merrion Street.

Occupation: Called to the Bar (Barrister), 1795, Ireland. 4

Death, 4 May 1834. 6 Letter held by Ryan John Kriste:

Death
John F. Twisleton Crampton
Death of John Crampton, Esq.
We have heard with sincere regret of the death of this most amiable gentleman. He was well known in the town of Cheltenham and wherever known, was beloved and respected. There was a period in the annals of Irish Society, when dramatic representations were the favourite amusement of many, who held the highest places in it - among those Mr Crampton was distinguished above all others, by talents not often found without the circle of the profession; but when the love of these light pleasures passed away, his maturer years developed the nobler, and better qualities of his nature. - He had a fondness for every member of his family, that extended to their remotest connections; a sweetness of temper that no difference in opinion from him could disturb; a sense of humour that no temptations could corrupt; and a readiness to obey the calls of friendships, whether for his council, his industry, or his purse, that no inopportunity could weary. - There never beat within the breast of man a more guileless, or a warmer heart than his; but all the moral excellencies of his domestic life, derived additional value from the religious character of his later years. - From religion he drew the divine inspirations of Faith and Hope; and through the pious lessons that it taught him, became the better able to endure with a serene, and humble resignation, the painful and protracted sufferings, under which he ultimately sunk!
May the 4th 1834!


John married Louisa Fyers, daughter of Lieutenant General William Fyers R.E. and Anne Wanton, on 6 Nov 1812 in Dublin, Leinster, Ireland.3 (Louisa Fyers was born about 1795 in Gibraltar.)


Sources


1 Peter O'Donoghue Bluemantle Pursuivant, "College of Arms," p. 2; report to Ryan John Kriste, [STREET ADDRESS FOR PRIVATE USE,] Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, 14 December 2009; Research done on behalf of Ryan Kriste by the Bluemantle Pursuivant of the College of Arms (Queen Victoria Street, London EC4V 4BT - www.college-of-arms.gov.uk). The official repository of the coats of arms and pedigrees of English, Welsh, Northern Irish and Commonwealth families and their descendants.

2 John Fiennes Twisleton Crampton (Family Tree - Aughrim Rectory), "The Very Reverend," supplied by (Family Tree - Aughrim Rectory), [ADDRESS FOR PRIVATE USE,] Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent; Passed down through the family via George Crampton to Eileen Crampton to Colleen Engelsman to Ryan Kriste.

3 Peter O'Donoghue Bluemantle Pursuivant, "College of Arms," p. 2; report to Ryan John Kriste, [STREET ADDRESS FOR PRIVATE USE,] Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, 14 December 2009.

4 George Dames Burtchaell M.A., K.C., M.R.I.A. (Sometime Deputy Ulster King of Arms) and Thomas Ulick Sadleir M.A., M.R.I.A., editors, Alumni Dublinensis - A Register of the Students, Graduates, Professors, and Provosts of Trinity College, in the University of Dublin (London: Williams & Northgate, 1924 - www.archivecdbooks.ie, 2005), Pg. 187.

5 Peter O'Donoghue Bluemantle Pursuivant, "College of Arms," p. 5; report to Ryan John Kriste, [STREET ADDRESS FOR PRIVATE USE,] Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, 14 December 2009.

6 Unknown Not Signed Unknown (Possibly Cheltenham, Gloucestershire) to Unknown Unknown, Letter, 04 May 1834; privately held by Ryan John Kriste, [ADDRESS FOR PRIVATE USE,] Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, 2008.



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