You probably know that much of this line of Gladwins are recorded in the graveyards at Youlgreave and Stanton-in-the-peak. My uncle (died 1950+) told me our Essex branch at some time married back into the Derbyshire branch. You will, presumably, also be aware that there is a hamlet (four houses I think from memory!)in Derbyshire "Gladwin's Mark". It was one Gladwin from Derbyshire who was head gardener to his brother, the Squire, and found and brought back Iris Foedissima the 'Stinking Iris' or 'Gladwin's Iris'. Genealogy has never been my thing, so these are memory notes!
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