FAMILY GROUP RECORD OF TITUS WIGSON AND MARGARET MORRISON
Titus Wigson was born in about 1550 of Eydon, Northamptonshire. He
married Margaret Morison in 1577 in Eydon. Margaret was christened
10 October 1550 in Eydon, the daughter of Lyonell Morison and
Marriage record for Titus Wigson and Margaret Morison in Eydon: "Titus Wigson and Margaret Morison were maried"
Margaret died and was buried 11 November 1613 in Eydon.
Burial record for Margaret Wigson in Eydon: "Margaret Wigson the wife of Titus Wigson buried the 11
daye of November"
Titus was buried 10 February 1624/5 in Eydon.
Burial record for Titus Wigson in Eydon: "Titus Wigson was buried the 10 day of Ffebruarye"
Titus and Margaret had the following children:
1. Edward, christened 7 March 1577 in Eydon.
2. Robert, christened 13 September 1579 in Eydon.
*3. Elizabeth, christened 6 October 1583 in Eydon;
married Alban Brockless 23 May 1603 in Eydon; buried .
Burial record for Elizabeth Wigson in Eydon:
"Elizabeth Wigson the daughter of Titus Wigson was
baptized the 6 of October"
4. William, christened 6 November 1586 in Eydon.
5. Clement, christened 15 May 1590 in Eydon.
6. Dorothey, christened 15 April 1596 in Eydon;
married Thomas Smallbone 26 November 1612 in Eydon.
Titus and his family are mentioned in the will of Martin
Tue. Martin calls Titus his brother in the will. Perhaps he
is a half-brother?
Martin Tue of Eydon, Mason. 10th
Feb 1617. To the poor of Eydon, 5 strikes of rye. To Clement WIGSTON £3.6.8. To William Wigston 40s. To Albane BROCKLES' six sons, which he had by his
second wife, 40s amongst them at 16 years. To Robert Wigston's 3 children which are now born,
30s between them when 15 years. To Joan Tue wife of Edward Tue 40s. To Thomas SMABONE's 2 children 6s 8d at 15 years All the money bequeathed,£11.10.0, shall remain in
Edward Wigston's hands except £3.6.8. which is due to
Clement Wigston, the said Clement paying to Edward
Wigston 5 nobles To Edward Wigston 20s. To Bartholomew ESAM the herd calf. To Thomas Esam the black calf To my son in law Bartholomew Esam the bedstead
etc., all which his own father did appoint him to have
after his mother's death. All the rest to Annes my wife, my executrix Martin "Teu" [very shaky writing]. Witnesses John SMYTH, parson of Eydon. Titus
Wigston, Bartholomew Esam. Overseers Titus Wigston my brother &
Bartholomew Esam Probate granted 7th March 1617 (Extract online at