Wednesday 9 August 1682, Tuesday 15 August 1682 and died Thursday 5
Son of: Abraham Crompton (1649?-1724) and Elizabeth Bourne (1653-1690).
Brother of :
1. Elizabeth Hacker (nee Crompton, 1678-1757) who married 1st Henry Coape 2nd Samuel Hacker.
2. Samuel Crompton (1679-1757) who married Ann Rodes and then Martha Rich.
3. Mary Crompton (1680-1728) who married Henry Seal and then John Heslop.
4. Abraham Crompton (1690-1766).
1. Hannah Mather (1701?-1723) 6 April 1719, daughter of Joseph Mather (?-1741).
2. Margaret Rigby (1731?-?).
By Hannah Mather John had issue:
1. Hannah Stamford (nee Crompton, 1720-1788) who married Thomas Stamford (1712-1787).
2. Abraham Crompton (1720-?).
3. John Crompton (1722-1780?) who married Catherine Wharton.
4. Joseph Crompton (1723?-?) who possibly died young as he is not listed in his father's will.
By Margaret Rigby John had issue:
5. Margret Crompton (1732-?).
6. Samuel Crompton (1734-?).
7. Mary Crompton (1737-?).
8. Rebecca Crompton (1739-?). who possibly died young as she is not listed in John's will, or she lived with a Mr Cope according to Ann Marsh-Caldwell's diary.
9. Deborah Crompton (?-?).
10. Edward Crompton (1743-?) who married Ann Bury.
John Crompton: An Overview
I have have the following sources of information relating to John Crompton:
1. A small minature portrait
(now stolen) had been passed down in the family. This
oval minature had an inscripton on the back stating that it was
supposed to be of Abrahm Crompton of Chorley Hall, Lancashire who was
the great grandfather of Anne Marsh-Caldwell.
Anne's mother was Elizabeth
Caldwell (nee Stamford, 1754-1831) who's mother was Hannah
Stamford (nee Crompton, 1720-1788) daughter of John
Crompton (1682-1750) who was the son of Abraham
Crompton (1649?-1724). If the portrait is of
Anne Marsh-Caldwell's ancestor Abraham Crompton then it must be Abraham
Crompton (1649?-1724), her great great grandfather.
If the portrait is of Anne's great grandfather then it must be of John
Crompton (1682-1750) and this would possibly be more in
keeping with the possible date of the portrait. On the other
hand it could be John's brother, the younger Abraham Crompton (1690-1766).
2. Burke's Peerage gives an overview of the Caldwell family and the Crompton family. Under the Caldwell section, it states that Hannah Stamford's father was a John Crompton of Chorley Hall, Lancaster, which property was aquired by that branch of the family soon after the rebellion in 1715. Hannah was a decendent of the Rev John Crompton MA born in 1641 and cousin of Samuel Crompton of Derby, Esq, and a cousin of Henry Cope of Duffield, Esq,: a share of whose personel estate came to Hannah's daughter Elizabeth Caldwell (nee Stamford).
3. Information supplied to me by Sheila Howells who has researched this from many sources including the Crompton Papers in the Derby Local History Library.
4. A 1747 Almanack owned by Hannah Stamford (nee Crompton, 1720-1788).
5. A notebook of dates written by his sister Elizabeth.
6. John Crompton's Will which was written 24 March 1749 and proved 12 June 1750. He seems to have left his estate to be split equally between his children.
John was born about 1690 in Derby. He married Hannah Mather 6 April 1719 in St Werburgh, Derby but she died in 1723. John later married Margaret Rigby about 1731 in Chorley, Lancashire. John died about 1750.