From GENEALOGY OF THE WILKINSON AND KINDRED FAMILIES, M.M. Wilkinson, 1949:
"63Bridget Goddard, died 1615, wife of William Cordray, of Chute, co. Wilts, born 1575, died 1623, son of Thomas Cordray and his wife Jane Murrell (Morris) of Coxwell
64Bridget Cordray, who became the wife of Samuel Ironmonger, of Dennington, co. Burks, born 1607, Will proved 1650, son of Samuel Ironmonger and his wife Ann Lawson
65William Ironmonger, born 1629, died 1695, married Elizabeth, daughter of Richard Jones of Northamtonshire and his wife Sarah Thomas.He came to Virginia with his aunt Anna Cordray (Mrs. Richard Bernard) in 1652 and settled in Gloucester County, where he eventually owned considerable land.Their six children:
(a)Frances Ironmonger, b. 1654, d. 1695, married 1670 to Mordecai Cook of "Mordecai's Mount", Gloucester County, Virginia, born 1649, died 1718, of whom later
(b)Margaret Ironmonger, wife of John Jones of Gloucester Co.
(c)Anne Ironmonger, wife of a Mr. Rumney of St. Botolph's, Bishop's Gate, London
(d)Cordray Ironmonger, died without marrying
(e)Elizabeth Ironmonger, wife of Anthony Everanden of Gloucester County
(f)Mary Ironmonger, married to Abraham Field, born about 1636, died 1674, of Culpeper County"
Unfortunately, M.M. Wilkinson provides NO source documentation or other supporting evidence, and the book DOES contain a number of errors.So, I recommend you use this info as you would that of any other large, undocumented database -- with great deal of skepticism and a large grain of salt!