A B O U T
The Eyres of Hassop, co. Derby begin with Stephen of Hassop, son of Robert of Padley.
According to Tilley (1898), the branch went extinct on 22 November 1853 with the last of the line being represented by Mary Dorothy, Countess of Newburgh.
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S O U R C E S
- "Eyre of Hassop," in Derbyshire Visitation Pedigrees 1569 and 1611. Google Books.
- Baker, G. (1822). "Holman of Warworth and West Favell, and Eyre of Hassop, co. Derby and Warkworth," in History And Antiquities Of The County Of Northampton Baker, 1, p. 741. Archive.org. (from mid-1600s, beginning with Thos, esq. of Hassop who m.1 Katherine Kemp & m.2 Mary Bedingfield, d. 1712).
- Hunter, J. (1895). "Eyre MS 232," in Familiae Minorum Gentium, p. 561. London: The Harleian Society, Archive.org. eBook
- Nicholas, J. (1810). "Pedigree of Eyre of Hassop & Eastwell," in The Hist. & Antiquities of co. Leics., 2nd ed., 4(1), p. 398. London: Hathitrust.org. eBook (p. #546 of 548).
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