Thomas CLOTTERBOOKE was born in Leonard Stanley, Gloucestershire (England) and died in 1551. In his will this wealthy merchant left his grandson "my 10 pounds in ready-money, a standing-bedsted, a flock bed, a bolster, two blankets, two pillows, two tyne sheetes, two backerage sheets, two good canvas sheets, two tyne pillowe cases, one tyne towel, two coverletts, the hanging for a bed of serge, the seconde brass, the great brass pan, the other little brasse pan, four platters, four dishes, my service of pewter, two payres of tuckers shears, and after the death of his mother the cupboard that standeth in the parlour, and six silver spoons with maides heades".
Amongst the numerous other children in each generation, Thomas had a son Richard (a clothier of King's Stanley, Gloucestershire), who had a son William (also a clothier). William had a son Samuel (a rector), who had a son Thomas (Archdeacon of Winchester), who had a son Roger (a patent searcher of customs).
Roger CLUTTERBUCK had a son Thomas (Military Governor of the Scilly Isles, born Marazion Cornwall), who had a son Thomas (attorney at law) who had a daughter Mary - who married James BENNETT in 1789 in Truro Cornwall.