Katherine Fleming Eliot (c. 1665 - Bef. 20 Dec 1687)

Individual Report for Katherine Fleming.
FTM Individual Report for Katherine Fleming Sex: Female
Father: Thomas Fleming
Mother: Margaret Gorges

Individual Facts:
Birth: Abt. 1665 [1]
Death: Bef. 20 Dec 1687 [2]
Burial: 20 Dec 1687 in Eliot Vault, St. German's Church, St. Germans, Cornwall [2]

Spouse: Daniel Eliot
Marriage License: 13 Jul 1685 in Faculty Office of Archbishop of Canterbury [1]
Marriage: Abt. 13 Jul 1685 [1]

Children:
Katherine Eliot

Notes:
— "Genealogical Memoranda Relating to the Families of Eliot and Craggs", page 12:
Katherine daur. of Thos Fleming of Stoneham in the County of Southampton. Bur'd at St. German's 20 Dec 1687. Adm. 14 December 1693.

— "Sketches of Hampshire" by John Duthy, 1839, page 386:
The daughter of the second sir Thos. Fleming, Katherine, married Daniel Eliot, esq. of Port Eliot, who was descended from Walter Gifford, earl of Bucks, and by him had an only daughter and heiress, Katherine, who became the wife of the well-known antiquary Browne Willis, LL.D. This gentleman was the eldest son of Thomas Willis, esq. of Bletchley, Bucks, and the grandson of Thomas Willis, M.D. who is celebrated as having been the most noted physician of his time.

Marriage Notes:
— "London Marriage Licences, 1521-1869" edited by Joseph Foster and Joseph Chester, 1887, page 447:
Elliott, Daniel (Eliott), of Port Eliott, Cornwall, bachelor, 36, and Cathering Fleming, of Great Lincoln's-Inn fields, Middlesex, spinster, 25, her parents dead --- at St. Stephen, Coleman Street, London, St. Saviour, Southwark, co. Surrey, or . . . . 13 July, 1685. F. [Faculty Office of Archbishop of Canterbury]


Sources:
1 "London Marriage Licences, 1521-1869" edited by Joseph Foster & Joseph Chester, 1887, page 447.
2 "GM of Eliot and Craggs" (Pedigree of the Noble Family of Eliot) Page 14