JOHN SHORE [1638- ]
Born in Sheffield Yorkshire in 1638, he married Sarah Simms.
Children of John Shore and Sarah Simms: Samuel [1675-1751], John, Sylvanus and Issac [1681-].
SAMUEL SHORE [1675-1751]
The son of John Shore and Sarah Simms, he married Sarah Sykes in 1700
Children of Samuel Shore and Sarah Sykes: Samuel, John , Hannah , Lydia , Anne , Thomas , Anne and Jane 
The son of Samuel Shore and Sarah Sykes, he married Margaret Diggles [1711-] in Liverpool in 1734
Children of Samuel Shore and Margaret Diggles: Robert Diggles [1736-], Samuel [1738-1828], Maragret [1739-], Jane [1740-], Thomas [1743-], John [1744-], William [1755-1822], Joshua [1748-1766], Sarah [1750-], Hannah [1754-], Ann [1751-], James [1750-]and Elizabeth [1752-].
WILLIAM SHORE [1755-1822]
The son of Samuel Shore and Maragret Diggles, he was born in Tapton Derbyshire. William married Mary Evans, the daughter of George Evans and Anne Nightingale, in 1792.
Children of William Shore and Mary Evans: William Edward [1794-1874], Anne [1796-1799]and Mary [1798-1889]
WILLIAM EDWARD SHORE [NIGHTINGALE] [1794-1874]
The son of William Shore and Mary Evans. He graduated at Cambridge University.
He assumed the surname of Nightingale by Royal Sign Manual dated 21 February 1815, having been made heir by his Great Uncle Peter Nightingale of Woodend and Lee, in Derbyshire Esq, High Sheriff. He inherited the estate through an ental, this meant that upon his death the estate could not be sold or be bequeathed, it had to be kept in the family. Therefore upon his death the estate would pass to a son if there was one, or to the son of his nearest descendant, so it would continue in the family.
By his early twenties he had an annual income of seven to eight thousand pounds, which made him a very wealthy man. He liked to live as a country gentleman. Indulging in hunting and shooting.
He married Frances Smith the daughter of William Smith MP in 1818. He owed two estates, Lea Hurst in Derbyshire, and Embley Park in Hampshire.
He was interested in politics, and in the Summer of 1834, he stood for Parliament as Whig candidate for Andover, in Hampshire. He supported the Reform Bill, and openly opposed any form of bribery, for the `Encouragement’ of the electors. His views cost him the election. This left him disgusted, and he resolved never to be persuaded to attempt an entry into political life again. High Sheriff for Hampshire 1829.
Children of William Edward Nightingale and Frances Smith: Frances Pathenope [1819-1890], and Florence [1820-1910]
FRANCES PATHENOPE NIGHTINGALE [1819-1890]
The daughter of William Edward Nightingale and Frances Smith. The daughter of William Edward Nightingale and Frances Smith. She was born in1818 in Italy and died in May 1890. She married Sir Harry Verney at Embley Park, Romsey, Hampshire.
FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE [1820-1910]
The daughter of William Edward Nightingale and Frances Smith.
ANNE SHORE [1796-1799]
The daughter of William Shore and Mary Evans.
MARY SHORE [1798-1889]
The daughter of William Shore and Mary Evans. In 1827 she married Samuel Smith, the son of William Smith and Mary Shore.
Children of Samuel Smith and Mary Shore: Beatrice Shore Smith [1835-], William Shore Nightingale [1831-1894], Blanche Mary Shore Smith [1828-1904], Bertha Elizabeth Shore Smith [1833-]