↑ "On Jul 23, 1628 a license was issued for the marriage of Samuel Iremonger of Dennington (Donnington?), Berks., a gentleman aged 21 and Bridget Corderoy of Chute, Wiltshire, aged 24." Salisbury Marriage Licenses in the (English) Genealogist Publication. (from Sharon Powell's Family Tree, accessed September 14, 2015)
Paul C. Reed, The Royal Descent of the Bernard, Corderoy, and Ironmonger Families of Virginia through the Seymour Family, The American Genealogist, July and Oct., 1998
Bridget Corderoy, "Our Royal, Titled, Noble, and Commoner Ancestors and Cousins" (website, compiled by Mr. Marlyn Lewis, Portland, OR; accessed September 12, 2015)
A daughter named Catherine is not included among the children shown in Magna Carta Ancestry (#Richardson) and no sources could be found to support that she was their daughter, so that profile was disconnected from Samuel and Bridget (Cordray) Iremonger.
I found an interesting possible connection: William Lee/George Lee (brothers, if I read it right) & John Jones, their nephew; George Wale marrying Henry Lee's widow (who "may not be Marah Adkins") and Henry Lee's orphans having Thomas Haynes as guardian (see JSTOR article, pp 47-48). Kathryn Gearhart's Jones Families page connects Martha (Ironmonger) Jones with Haynes
through her husband Robert Jone's 1675 will - Thomas Haynes is named as an overseer of the estate
through her will - "Martha Ironmonger Jones died in December, 1677. Her will was proved on the testimony of Mrs. Elizabeth Haynes (Haines) and Mr. Thomas Haines, of Lancaster County."
Katheryn Gearhart's page also shows that Mary Jones m George Wale 1678 (Henry Lee d c1657 per JSTOR). Mary was a daughter of Robert and Martha (Ironmonger) Jones.
So, although it is unlikely in the extreme that Samuel and Bridget (Cordray) Iremonger had a daughter born "1632 in Charles City County, Virginia" (according to Catherine's unsourced profile), she is probably, if married to a Lee,* a relative of the Ironmongers and Corderoys who immigrated to Virginia in the 1600s.
* neither William's profile (also unsourced) nor Catherine's mentions when or where they were married, and nothing I found mentions them as husband and wife, or that William married an Iremonger.
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Source: Douglas Richardson. Royal Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, 5 vols, ed. Kimball G. Everingham (Salt Lake City: the author, 2013), volume III, page 401 IREMONGER 21.
Bridget Cordray, baptized 24 Sept. 1602. She married 23 July 1628 Samuel Iremonger, son of Samuel Iremonger, by Anne, daughter of Thomas Lawson. He was born about 1607. They had four sons, Samuel, William, Francis, and Corderoy, and six daughters, Bridget, Elizabeth (wife of Anthony Evernden), Anne, Eleanor, Martha, and Margaret. Samuel Irwemonger, left a will dated 6 July 1643, proved 28 October 1650.