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The Family of Medlicott.

The most detailed documentary account describing the Medlicott family is the “Family of Medlicott” prepared by Henry Edmondstone Medlicott in the years prior to his death in 1916 and later completed by his son, Colonel Henry Medlicott in 1938. This proposes that the origins of the family goes back to Llewellyn de Modlicott, who lived in the hamlet of Medlicott, situated on the English-Welsh border in modern day Shropshire, at around 1180 AD. The first five chapters of the document will be of most interest to those interested in the origins of the Medlicott name and migrations of the family within England up to the 17th Century.

Dunmurry

Henry Edmondstone Medlicott was descended from the Irish Dunmurry branch of the Medlicott family and accordingly a large section of the “Family of Medlicott” is given to that branch of the family (chapters 6 and 7). Other information on the Dunmurry branch is given in “Medlicott of Dunmurry” by Helen Mackenzie Medlicott in 1939. This is mainly drawn from the 1900 Centenary edition of Burke’s Landed Gentry. Also included is information drawn from her mother’s Rose family.

Medlicott connections

More specific information of Medlicotts within the world, but mainly from England, is given in the Feedback link, using information provided by past readers of this site.

Medlicott Crest

Examples of Medlicott Crest taken from Wentnor and Kildare are described.

Medlicott Hamlet

Brief description of the Hamlet of Medlicott including a copy of the drawing made of the original manor house.

Medlicott

© philip medlicott 2021

The Family of Medlicott.

The most detailed documentary account describing the Medlicott family is the “Family of Medlicott” prepared by Henry Edmondstone Medlicott in the years prior to his death in 1916 and later completed by his son, Colonel Henry Medlicott in 1938. This proposes that the origins of the family goes back to Llewellyn de Modlicott, who lived in the hamlet of Medlicott, situated on the English-Welsh border in modern day Shropshire, at around 1180 AD. The first five chapters of the document will be of most interest to those interested in the origins of the Medlicott name and migrations of the family within England up to the 17th Century.

Dunmurry

Henry Edmondstone Medlicott was descended from the Irish Dunmurry branch of the Medlicott family and accordingly a large section of the “Family of Medlicott” is given to that branch of the family (chapters 6 and 7). Other information on the Dunmurry branch is given in “Medlicott of Dunmurry” by Helen Mackenzie Medlicott in 1939. This is mainly drawn from the 1900 Centenary edition of Burke’s Landed Gentry. Also included is information drawn from her mother’s Rose family.

Medlicott connections

More specific information of Medlicotts within the world, but mainly from England, is given in the Feedback link, using information provided by past readers of this site.

Medlicott Crest

Examples of Medlicott Crest taken from Wentnor and Kildare are described.

Medlicott Hamlet

Brief description of the Hamlet of Medlicott including a copy of the drawing made of the original manor house.

Medlicott