John Fosbroke ended up with 70 grandchildren.

 St Andrew, Cranford St Andrew, Northamptonshire
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St Andrew's dates from the later part of the 12th century, the nave arcade surviving from that time. The tower was added during the following century, at which time the church was largely rebuilt, and a north chapel was added. Further building took place in the 14th century when the clerestory and porch were added and new windows were inserted. The south chapel was added in the following century. In 1847 a north transept was added to form a family pew for the Robinsons of Cranford Hall.

John Fosbroke had 4 sons and 4 daughters by his first wife and 4 sons and 12(?) daughters by his second wife. He ended up with 70 grandchildren.

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