The Ancestry of Dorothea Poyntz

 

for Six Generations

 



 

 

It is most unusual that a complete four generation ancestry can be compiled for someone born in 1631. But such is the case for Dorothea Poyntz, whose known ancestry includes both parents, four grandparents, eight great-grandparents and all sixteen great-great-grandparents. A total of 30 ancestors. This ancestry was first presented in the December 1990 issue of the Owsley Family Historical Society Newsletter. Further details have been added in the ensuing years. A bibliography to cited sources may be found at the end.

 

 

(Updated from four to five generations on January 3, 2011.) 

 

 

(Updated from five to six generations on January 2, 2012)

 

 

 

1. DOROTHEA POYNTZ. Baptized 3 Jan 1631 at Benefield, Northamptonshire; died 2 Aug 1705 and was buried near her husband in Glooston Church, Leicestershire. She was married c1650 to Rev. JOHN OWSLEY. John Owsley was baptized 12 Dec 1630 at Shepton Beauchamp, Somersetshire and died 25 Dec 1687 at Glooston.

 

 

 

2. NEWDIGATE POYNTZ, of Benefield, Northamptonshire. Baptized 16 Nov 1608 at Reigate, co. Surrey; died 5 Aug 1643 at the siege of Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, by forces of Oliver Cromwell, while serving as a Captain in the Royal Army. His will, dated 26 Mar 1639, was proved 27 Feb 1645 and therein he requested he be "buried in the School at Benefield, it being part of the Church, near my first wife and our two children." Married 1stly, c1627: (BLG18, 1: 581; FP: 185-187, 198; PCC Wills: 34 Rivers)

 

 

 

3. SARAH FOXLEY. Buried at Benefield, Northamptonshire on 31 May 1636.

 

 

 

4. JOHN POYNTZ, of Reigate, co. Surrey. Baptized 8 Dec 1577 at Reigate; died after 20 Oct 1617. In 1607, he was described as a marshal unto King James I. He sold all of his property at various times between 5 Nov 1615 and 20 Oct 1617. FP: 137 states "It is however not unlikely that he was the John Poñtes who was ' living in Virginia in James Town (city) and with the Corporation thereof,' whose name is given in the index as Poyntz in Hotten's list of Apprentices and Emigrants, &c." This possible reference, in fact, relates to one John Pountis, mentioned in early Virginia records as Poynts, Poynes, and Poyne, subsequently Vice Admiral of Virginia, who died in 1624 and whose will of 1618 makes it clear the two men were not identical. Married 27 July 1598: (BLG18, 1: 581; FP: 135-138, 156)

 

 

 

5. ANNE SYDENHAM. Living 1634. As a result of serious differences, Anne had obtained a divorce from her husband by 31 Oct 1613.

 

 

 

6. FRANCIS FOXLEY, of Harringworth, Northamptonshire. Died 7 Dec 1617. His will of 24 Nov 1617 was proved 19 June 1619. (BLG18, 1: 581; FP: 185; HNO, 1: 6, 2: 6, 31; PCC Wills: 53 Parker; VNO: 90)

 

 

 

7. MARY DRYDEN. Died before 24 Nov 1617, not being named in her husband's will of that date. She bore her husband 7 sons and 6 daughters. Francis and Mary Foxley were named in the 1584 will of Mary's father.

 

 

 

8. WILLIAM POYNTZ, of Reigate, co. Surrey. Born probably at Alderley, Gloucestershire; died in 1601, by 25 Apr, at Reigate. Founded the family of Poyntz of Reigate. Married 23 May 1569 at Reigate: (BLG18, 1: 581; FP: 134-135, 156)

 

 

 

9. ELIZABETH NEWDIGATE. Her will of 5 May 1601 was proved 17 June 1602. (PCC Wills: 58 Montague)

 

 

 

10. JOHN SYDENHAM, the younger, of Nympsfield, Gloucestershire. His will of 21 Nov 1590 was proved 5 Jan 1591. Married after 1581: (BLG18, 1: 581; FP: 96, 135, 269; HSF: 133, 134; PCC Wills: 1 Sainberbe)

 

 

 

11. MARY POYNTZ. Buried 7 Oct 1591 at Iron Acton, Gloucestershire. Her will of 4 Feb 1591 was proved 27 Nov 1591. (PCC Wills: 87 Sainberbe)

 

 

 

12. JOHN FOXLEY, of Foxley, Northamptonshire. Died 15 Mar 1562. (HNO, 2: 30; HP/1509: 2: 455; NEHGR, 71: 241; VNO: 90)

 

 

 

13. MARGARET JOCELYN (JOSSELIN). She and her husband were heirs to all of her father's property as per his will of 1553.

 

 

 

14. JOHN DRYDEN, of Canons Ashby, Northamptonshire. Died 30 Sept 1584. His will of 15 Aug 1584 directed his burial in Ashby Church, "near unto the place where John Cope, knight, is buried," adding "And although I doe not allow of pomp in burials, yet for some reasonable considerations I will that the stone that I have already prepared shall be layede upon my grave, and my arms and my wyve's graven in brasse thereupon." Married 1551: (BP105: 838; FP: 185; HAN, 1: 224-225; HNO, 1: 5; PCC Wills: 24 Watson; VNO: 178) He was the grandfather of Mrs. Anne Hutchinson (1591-1643) of Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and New York, and great-grandfather of the poet John Dryden (1631-1700).

 

 

 

15. ELIZABETH COPE. Living 15 Aug 1584 when her husband composed his will directing she and their eldest son, Erasmus, advise and counsel the younger children in their marriages when they come of age.

 

 

 

16. JOHN POYNTZ, of Alderley, Gloucestershire. Born c1485; died 29 Nov 1544. His will of 1 June 1544, with a codicil added 7 June 1544, was proved 11 Dec 1544. Shortly after adding the codicil to his will, he left with the army for the invasion of France and may have perished in that expedition. Sewer to Queen Catherine of Aragon, 1520; Burgess to the House of Commons for the Borough of Devizes, Wiltshire, 1529; Justice of the Peace for Gloucestershire, 1529-1544. Married 2ndly: (BLG18, 1: 581; FP: 113-115, 131; HP/1509, 3: 147-148; PCC Wills: 19 Pynnyng)

 

 

 

17. MARGARET SAUNDERS (SANDER). Her will of 22 Sept 1563 was proved 4 July 1564 and therein named her children by John Poyntz. She remarried following the death of John Poyntz. (PCC Wills: 22 Stevenson)

 

 

 

18. THOMAS NEWDIGATE, of Wivelsfield, co. Sussex. Buried at Wivelsfield on 16 Oct 1559. His will of 4 Apr 1559 was proved 11 Dec 1559. (FP: 135, 156; PCC Wills: 22 Mellershe; VBU: 70; VCH, Sussex, 7: 123; VSU: 27)

 

 

 

19. KATHERINE HAMPDEN. Died c1563 holding a tithe to Wivelsfield Church.

 

 

 

20. Sir JOHN SYDENHAM, of Brimpton, Somersetshire. Born 1494, died 16 Apr 1557. His will of 8 Apr 1557 was proved 21 May 1557. Justice of the Peace for Somersetshire, 1543-1557; served in the French campaign of 1544; Sheriff of Somersetshire and Dorsetshire, 1546-1547 and 1554-1555; knighted 3 Nov 1549; Knight of the Shire for Somerset, 1554. (BEB: 516; FP: 269; HP/1509, 3: 414-415; HSF: 119-136; LI, 9: 124; MGH, 2(3): 327; PCC Wills: 15 Wrastley; PW, 2: 168)

 

 

 

21. URSULA BRIDGES (BRUGGE). Her will of 31 Oct 1575 was proved in Feb 1576. (PCC Wills: 55 Pyckering)

 

 

 

22. Sir NICHOLAS POYNTZ, of Iron Acton, Gloucestershire. Born c1528 (HP) or c1535 (FP); died 1 Sept 1585 at Iron Acton. His will of 22 June 1585 was proved 15 Feb 1587. Knight of the Bath, Jan 1559; Burgess to the House of Commons from the Borough of Totnes, Devonshire, 1559; Sheriff of Gloucestershire, 1569-1570, and Knight of the Shire for Gloucester, 1571. Married 1stly, 1555: (BEB: 545; BLG18, 1: 580; FP: 79-82, 96; HP/1509: 3: 243; LI, 9: 51; PCC Wills: 42 Brudenell; PW, 2: 115; VBU: 123)

 

 

 

23. ANNE VERNEY. Died before 1575.

 

 

 

24. THOMAS FOXLEY, of Foxley, Northamptonshire. Born 1496; buried 10 Feb 1561 at Blakesley, Northamptonshire. (BEB: 323; EBAR, 4: 91; GMCC, 1: 56; HNO, 2: 31; VNO: 90)

 

 

 

25. MARGARET LOVETT. Buried 8 Feb 1550 at Blakesley, Northamptonshire.

 

 

 

26. JOHN JOCELYN (JOSSELIN), of Thornborough, Buckinghamshire. Born c1490. His will of 18 Aug 1553 was proved 13 Nov 1554. Therein he stated he and his wife were ill and directed his burial in the Church of St. Peter and St. Paul, Buckingham. Serjeant of the Pantry, by 1532-1553; served in the French campaign of 1544; Knight of the Shire for Buckingham, 1545 and 1547. Married by 1532: (COL6, 2: 405-406; HP/1509, 2: 454-455; NEHGR, 71: 241; PCC Wills: 11 More; VE: 229; VNO: 90)

 

 

 

27. ANNE GRENVILLE. Died 18 Aug 1553/13 Nov 1554. A gentlewoman of the Queen's household in 1532.

 

 

 

28. DAVID DRYDEN, of Staffe Hill, co. Cumberland. (BP105: 838; HAN, 1: 224; VNO: 178)

 

 

 

29. ISABEL NICHOLSON.

 

 

 

30. Sir JOHN COPE, of Canons Ashby, Northamptonshire. Died 22 Jan 1558. His will of 2 July 1557, was proved 20 May 1558. In 1538 he purchased Canons Ashby from Sir Francis Bryan and became a grazier and wool producer. Justice of the Peace for Northamptonshire, 1543-1558; served in the French campaign of 1544; Sheriff of Northamptonshire, 1545-1546; Knight of the Shire for Northampton, 1547; knighted May 1549/Mar 1550. Married 1stly: (HP/1509, 1: 693-694; LI, 9: 94; NEHGR, 145: 18-19; PCC Wills: 25 Noodes; VNO: 175; PW, 2: 77)

 

 

 

31. BRIDGET RALEIGH. Died before June 1542 by which time her husband was married to his third wife.

 

 

 

32.  Sir ROBERT POYNTZ, of Iron Acton, Gloucestershire.  Born c1450; died 4 Nov 1520.  His will of 19 Oct 1520, proved on an unrecorded date, directed hus burial "in the church of the Gaunts beside Bristol, in the Chapel of Jesus which I lately have caused to be new edified & made at my cost & charges, on the South side of the Chancel, & my Exor to provide a marble stone to be laid over the vault with the dates of their decease."  Sheriff of Gloucestershire 1468-1469, 1481-1482, 1485-1486, 1492-1493, 1496-1497 and 1501-1502.  Knighted at the battle of Bosworth Field (Wars of the Roses), immediately after King Richard III was slain, 22 Aug 1485.  Made Knight Banneret at the battle of Redmore, 1485.  Chancellor and Privy Councillor to Queen Catherine of Aragon.  Married before 1480:  (BLG18, 1: 580; DNB, 21: 884; FP: 62-66, 95; LI, 9: 50;  PCC Wills: 28 Ayloffe)

 

 

 

33.  MARGARET WOODVILLE.  Died before 19 Oct 1520.

 

 

 

34.  NICHOLAS SAUNDERS (SANDER), of Charlwood, co. Surrey.  Died 29 Aug 1553 and buried in the Parish Church of Charlwood.  Married 1504:  (BLG18, 1: 581, 619; FP: 115; MGH, 5(8): 109-110; VCH, Surrey, 3: 24)

 

 

 

35.  ALICE HUNGATE.  Buried in the Parish Church of Charlwood.

 

 

 

36.  WALTER NEWDIGATE.  (FP: 156; VSU: 26)

 

 

 

37.  ISABELLA HAMPDEN.

 

 

 

38.  Sir JOHN HAMPDEN, of Great Hampden, Buckinghamshire.  Died 24 Dec 1553.  His will of 21 June 1553 was proven 6 Nov 1554 and directed his burial in Great Hampden Church.  Knighted before 1513 in which year he was with the royal fleet in command of "The Saviour."  (MB: 24; PCC Wills: 11 More; VCH, Buckinghamshire, 2: 288)

 

 

 

39.  ELIZABETH SAVAGE.  She predeceased her husband as stated in his will.

 

 

 

40.  JOHN SYDENHAM, of Brimpton, Somersetshire.  Born c1468.  His will of 3 Apr 1540 was proved 11 Apr 1543.  Sheriff of Somersetshire and Dorsetshire, 1505-1506, and Justice of the Peace, 1506-1509.  (BEB: 516; HSF: 117-119; LI, 9: 124; MGH, 3(3): 326)

 

 

 

41.  ELIZABETH AUDLEY.  Her will was proved 5 Sept 1559.

 

 

 

42.  Sir GILES BRUGGE (BRIDGES), of Coberley, Gloucestershire.  Born before 1462; died 1 Dec 1511.  His will of 20 Nov 1511 was proved 18 Feb 1512 and directed his burial at Coberley.  Knighted for valor at the battle of Blackheath, 22 June 1497.  Sheriff of Gloucestershire, 1499-1500.  (CP, 3: 152; DNB, 3: 163; LI, 9: 50; MB: 71; PCC Wills: 21 Fetiplace)

 

 

 

43.  ISABEL BAYNHAM.  Living 1 Dec 1511.

 

 

 

44.  Sir NICHOLAS POYNTZ, of Iron Acton, Gloucestershire.  Born by 1510; died 27/28 Nov 1556.  His will of 26 Feb 1556 was proved 8 July 1557.  Fought in Ireland, 1534; knighted Apr 1535/Oct 1536; Sheriff of Gloucestershire, 1539-1540 and 1545-1546; Groom of the Bedchamber to the King, 1539; captain of the Gret Calais, 1544 and Vice-Admiral of the Western Seas, 1544; Knight of the Shire for Gloucester, 1547.  Imprisoned in the Tower of London, 26 Oct 1551-4 Mar 1552; Burgess to the House of Commons from Cricklade, Wiltshire, 1555.  Several paintings of Poyntz after a drawing by Holbein survive.  Married 24 June 1527 at Yate, Gloucestershire:  (BLG18, 1: 580; FP: 71-74, 95; HP/1509, 3: 148-149; LI, 9: 51; PCC Wills: 22 Wrastley)

 

 

 

45.  JOAN BERKELEY.  She survived her husband to marry Sir Thomas Dyer, who mistreated her so badly that it caused her death on 31 Mar 1563.

 

 

 

46.  Sir RALPH VERNEY, of Pendley, Hertfordshire and Fleet Marston and Middle Claydon, Buckinghamshire.  Born 1510; died 26 Apr 1546 and buried first at Ashridge Monastary, removed to Aldbury, Hertfordshire in 1576.  He left a will dated 13 Sept 1543 with a codicil made 10 Sept 1544.  Sheriff of Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire, 1540-1541, being then a knight; fought in Scotland, 1543-1544.  Married 1528:  (BEB: 545; BLG18, 1: 580; FP: 75; HAB, 1: 179; LI, 9: 3; PW, 2: 168; VCH, Buckinghamshire, 4: 33, 74; VER: 50-56)

 

 

 

47.  ELIZABETH BRAY.  Born 1513; she remarried thrice and died 1573.

 

 

 

48.  JOHN FOXLEY, of Foxley, Northamptonshire.  Died 9 Jan 1536.  (HNO, 2: 31)

 

 

 

49.  ELIZABETH.  Died 4 July 1535.

 

 

 

50.  THOMAS LOVETT, of Astwell and Strixton, Northamptonshire.  Born 29 Sept 1473 at Astwell and baptised at Wappenham Church, Northamptonshire, when Thomas Billinge, Chief Justice of the King's Bench, was his godfather; died 14 Dec 1542 and buried at Wappenham Church.  His will of 20 Nov 1542, was proved 19 Dec 1542.  Sheriff of Northamptonshire 1505-1506.  Married 1stly, by 1491: (CIPM, Hen VII, 1: no. 1208 [proof of age]; EBAR, 4: 91; GMCC, 1: 55-56; LI, 9: 93; MB: 160; MGH, 5(7): 206; PCC Wills: 14 Spert; VCH, Northamptonshire, 4: 55)

 

 

 

51.  ELIZABETH BOTELER (BUTLER).  Died before 1514 and buried at Wappenham Church.  Thomas Lovett's marriage had been sold in his extreme youth by his father to John Boteler, Esq, who still owed £100 of the purchase money in 1491 when the elder Lovett wrote his will.

 

 

 

52.  RALPH JOCELYN, of Hyde Hall, Hertfordshire.  Born c1455; died 23 Nov 1504.  His father settled the manor of Hyde Hall on him in 1480 as he was about to marry. Justice of the Peace for Hertfordshire, 1486-1504.  (CIPMH, 3: no. 933; NEHGR, 71: 241; VCH, Hertfordshire, 3: 341; VE: 224, 229)

 

 

 

53.  CATHERINE MARTIN.  Living 1513.  Coheiress of her father.

 

 

 

54.  RICHARD GRENVILLE, of Wotton Underwood, Buckinghamshire and Chelmescote, Warwickshire.  Died 8 Oct 1517.  His will, written on the date of his death, directed his burial in Wooton Church.  (COL6, 2: 405-406; HAB, 1: 596-597, 600; HP/1509, 2: 455)

 

 

 

55.  JOAN LITTLETON.  She survived her husband.

 

 

 

56.  WILLIAM DRYDEN, of Walton, co. Cumberland. Described in BP105: 838 as the first member of the Dryden family upon record.

 

 

 

57.  N.N.

 

 

 

58.  WILLIAM NICHOLSON, of Staffe Hill, co. Cumberland.  (BP105: 838; HAN, 1: 224; VNO: 178)

 

 

 

59.  N.N.

 

 

 

60.  WILLIAM COPE, of Banbury and Hanwell, Oxfordshire.  Born c1450; died 7 Apr 1513.  His will of 7 Feb 1513 was proved 24 May 1513 and directed his burial at Banbury Church.  Member of Parliament as Burgess from Ludgershall, Wiltshire, 1491-1492; Serjeant of the Catery, 1493; Cofferer to Henry VII, 1495-1509; purchased Hanwell Manor, 1498; Justice of the Peace for co. Surrey, 1501-1513, and for Oxfordshire, 1502-1513; Serjeant of the Poultry, 1510; Constable of Porchester Castle, June 1509; Secretary to the Duchess of Savoy, 1513.  Married 2ndly, before 1496:  (BP105: 639; HNO, 1: 748; HP/1439, 1: 219-220; MGH, 3(4): 208; NEHGR, 145: 18; PCC Wills: 12 Fetiplace; VCH, Oxfordshire, 9: 115)

 

 

 

61.  JANE SPENCER.  She remarried and died 12 Feb 1525.  (CIPMH, 2: no. 245 [father])

 

 

 

62.  EDWARD RALEIGH, of Farnborough, Warwickshire.  Born c1470; died 1508.  His will of 25 Aug 1507 was proved in 1508.  Married 1496-1505:  (NEHGR, 145: 18-20; PCC Wills: 5 Bennett; PW, 2: 175)

 

 

 

63.  ANNE CHAMBERLAIN.  Not yet of age when her father wrote his will, 18 Aug 1496.  She survived her husband, remarried, and survived the death of her second husband in 1530. 

 

 

 

64.  JOHN POYNTZ, of Iron Acton, Gloucestershire.  Born c1434, died 1467/8.  Married c1450/1.  (BLG18, 1: 580; FP: 61, 95)

 

 

65.   ALICE COX (COCK).  She remarried and died 29 Oct 1509.

 

 

66.  Sir ANTHONY WOODVILLE, of Grafton, Northamptonshire.  8th Baron Scales and 2nd Earl Rivers.  Born c1440; beheaded 25 June 1483, without any regular trial, at Pontefract, Northamptonshire.  An accomplished jouster, he gave himself to pilgrimages, works of piety, and writing after the execution of his father and brother.  His translation of the Dictes and Sayings of the Philosophers was the first book printed in England (1477) by his friend William Caxton.  His attempt to protect his nephews, the young Edward V and his brother, from the Duke of Gloucester led to his own execution, "the noblest and most accomplished of all Richard III's victims."  A knight in Jan 1460; Knight of the Garter about 27 Apr 1466; Chief Butler of England for Life, 14 May 1473.  (CP, -24; DNB, 16: 277, 21: 881-884; EF: 84-103)

 

 

67.  GWENLLIAN STRADLING.  Mistress of Sir Anthony Woodville.

 

 

68.  RICHARD SANDER, of Charlwood, co. Surrey.  Born 1452; died 1480 and buried at Charlwood Church.  (BLG18, 1: 618; MGH, 5(8): 110; VCH, Surrey, , 185)

 

 

69.  AGNES COURTENAY.  Died 7 Jan 1485 and buried at Charlwood Church.  (BLG18 is the only source for her surname.)

 

 

70.  JOHN HUNGATE, of Yorkshire.  (MGH, 5(8): 110.  An inscription on the porch of the Parish Church of Charlwood reads:  "Here is buried Nicholas Sander, Esq. and Alice his wife daughter of John Hungate of the County of York."  The Hungate quartering for the arms of Nicholas Saunders, as described in VCH, Surrey, 3: 188, correspond to those of Hungate of Saxton, Yorkshire.)

 

 

71.  N.N.

 

 

72.  THOMAS NEWDIGATE, of Newdigate, co. Surrey.  Died 1482.  His will directed his burial in the chapel of St. Margaret, at Newdigate.  (FP: 231; VCH, Hertfordshire, 3: 224-225; SAC, 6: 260; VSU: 26)

 

 

73.  ALICE PAUL.  Her will was proved in 1489 wherein she made a donation to repair the bells of the church of Newdigate.

 

 

74.  THOMAS HAMPDEN, of Great Hampden, Buckinghamshire and Baddesley, Hertfordshire.  Born 1433/4, died 22 Aug 1485.  (CIPMH, 1: no. 124, 3: no. 614; DNB, 16: 147; FP: 156; HP/1439, 1: 415; VCH, Hampshire, 2: 484-485.  His date of death in VBU: 70 is incorrectly given as 22 Aug 1483.)

 

 

75.  MARGERY POPHAM.  Born 1434; she survived her husband.  (HP/1439: 1: 693)

 

 

76.  JOHN HAMPDEN, of Great Hampden, Buckinghamshire.  Born c1455; died shortly before 17 Oct 1496, probably on 24 Aug 1498 (this date being noted in VBU: 70) and buried in Great Hampden Church.  Knight of the Shire of Buckingham 1491/2 and Justice of the Peace for Buckinghamshire 1487-1489 and 1494-1496.  (CIPMH, 1: no. 124 [father]; GM, 102: 604; HP/1439, 1: 78; MB: 24;VBU: 70; VCH, Buckinghamshire, 2: 288)

 

 

77.  ELIZABETH SIDNEY.  Born 1458; living 21 June 1488 when named as an heir in the IPM of her mother.  Buried at Great Hampden Church.  Coheiress of her father.  (CIPMH, 1: no. 400 (mother))

 

 

78.  Sir JOHN SAVAGE, of Clifton, Cheshire. Slain at the siege of Boulogne, France 18 Oct 1492.  ET writes "The siege was not pressed hard, and save that Sir John Savage was killed nothing of note occured."  He had charge of the left wing at the battle of Bosworth Field (Wars of the Roses), 22 Aug 1485.  Appointed Knight of the Bath, 26 May 1465, by Edward IV on the occasion of his queen's coronation; Knight of the Garter, 16 Nov 1488.  It was probably he who served as Knight to the Body of Henry VII and not his father (No. 156).  (DNB, 17: 827-828; ET: 108; HCP, 1: 713)

 

 

79.  N.N.  (Traditionally, the wife of Sir John Savage is claimed to have been Dorothy Vernon, a descendant of the Vernons of Shipbrook, Cheshire.  This claim is based upon the Visitation of Cheshire of 1580, however, HCP, 3: 250 calls this claim a "groundless assertion."  Indeed, there is no evidence that Dorothy Vernon even existed, and HCP was unable to uncover the name of Sir John Savage's true wife.)

 

 

80.  WALTER SYDENHAM, of Brimpton, Somersetshire.  Born 1442; died 17 Apr 1469.  His will of 2 Apr 1469, was proved 22 Jan 1470 and directed his burial in the new aisle of the parish church of  Brimpton.  (HP/1439, 1: 833; HSF: 115-117; PCC Wills: 29 Godyn)

 

 

81.  MARGARET HARCOURT.  She remarried and died Palm Sunday, 1477.

 

 

82.  Sir HUMPHREY AUDLEY (TUCHET), of Carleton, Middleton, and Clopton, co. Suffolk.  Born after 1430, captured and beheaded at the battle of Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire (Wars of the Roses), 6 May 1471, fighting on the side of the Lancastrians under Henry VI.  Assumed the name of Audley.  As king's esquire he was appointed constable of the king's castle of Southampton for life, 8 July 1461.  Called a knight by his brother Sir John Audley in a 1472 petition.  Married after 1461:  (CCR, 1461-1467: 21, 1467-1477: 483-484; CP, 1: 341; MGH, 2(9): 349; PW, 2: 403)

 

 

83.  ELIZABETH COURTENAY.  She remarried and died 1 Sept 1493 and was buried in Dunster Church, Somersetshire.  (HD: 120, 127, 130-1)

 

 

84.  THOMAS BRUGGE, of Coberley, Gloucestershire and Fownhope, Herefordshire.  Born in or before 1427; died 30 Jan 1493.  Knight of the Shire for Gloucester, 1460-1461, and for Hereford, 1472-1475.  (CIPMH, 1: nos. 587-588; CP, 3: 151-152; HP/1439, 1: 111)

 

 

85.  FLORENCE DARELL.  Died 1506.

 

 

86.  THOMAS BAYNHAM, of Clearwell and Mitcheldean, Gloucestershire.  Born 10 Apr 1422; died 16 Feb 1500 and buried in Mitcheldean Church.  Sheriff of Gloucestershire, 1477-1478.  He married 2ndly:  (CP, 3: 152; CTHH, ; LI, ; LPM: 193-194; MB: 69; MBG: 86; TBGAS, 6: 131-132, 184-185, 8: 135-136)

 

 

87.  ALICE WALWYN.  Born in or before 1444, she remarried and died 10 Oct 1518, and was buried in Mitcheldean Church.

 

 

88.  Sir ANTHONY POYNTZ, of Iron Acton, Gloucestershire.  Born c1480; died 1535.  Sheriff of Gloucestershire 1508-1509, 1523-1524 and 1528-1529.  Knighted in 1513 when he commanded a ship in Sir Edward Howard's expedition against France.  Vice-Admiral in 1523 commanding a fleet of 12-14 ships.  Married 2ndly, by 1510:  (BLG18, 1: 580; DNB, 16: 277-278; FP: 67-69, 95; LI, , 51)

 

 

89.  ELIZABETH HUDDESFIELD (HUDDERSFIELD).  Born 1481/2; died before 12 Apr 1527.  (CIPMH, 2: no. 264 [father])

 

 

90.  Sir THOMAS BERKELEY, of Berkeley, Gloucestershire.  5th Baron Berkeley (de jure, apparently).  Born 1472, probably at Thornbury, Gloucestershire; died 22 Jan 1533 at Mangotsfield, Bristol, Gloucestershire and was buried there at the Abbey of St. Augustine.  Knighted by Thomas Howard, Earl of Surrey, for his services at the battle of Flodden, 9 Sept 1513.  Sheriff of Gloucestershire, 1522-1523.  Married 1stly, 1504/5:  (CP, 2: 136-137; LI, ; PCC Wills: 3 Hogen)

 

 

91.  ELEANOR CONSTABLE.  Died 1525 and was buried at the Abbey of St. Augustine.

 

 

92.  Sir RALPH VERNEY, of Pendley, Hertfordshire, Fleet Marston and Middle-Claydon, Buckinghamshire.  Born c1477; died 8 May 1525.  Originally buried at Ashridge Monastary, he was moved in 1576 to Aldbury Church, Hertfordshire.  Chamberlain to Princess Mary; Sheriff of Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire, 1511 (being a esquire)-1512 and 1524 (being a knight)-1525.  Married 1stly:  (HAB, 1: 178; LI, 9: 3; MB: 78; PCC Wills: 34 Bodfelde; PW, 2: 181; VCH, Buckinghamshire, 4: 74; VER: 41-47)

 

 

93.  MARGARET IWARDBY.  Born 18 Oct 1477 at Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire and baptized there in the church; died 26 June 1519 and buried at Quainton, Buckinghamshire.  Coheiress of her father, bringing to her marriage the manor of Quainton, with lands at Swanbourne and Great Missenden, all in Buckinghamshire. (CIPMH, 1: no. 1071 [of age]; MB: 27)

 

 

94.  Sir EDMUND BRAY, of Eaton Bray, Bedfordshire.  1st Baron Bray (from 3 Nov 1529).  Born c1484; died 18 Oct 1539 and was buried at Chelsea, co. Middlesex.  His will of 18 Oct 1539 was proved 12 Mar 1540.  Succeeded to the manor of Eaton Bray in 1509 upon the death of his uncle, Sir Reginald Bray, K.G.  Knighted 13 Oct 1513; Sheriff of Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire, 1514-1515 and of Surrey and Sussex, 1522-1523.  (BP105: 342; CP, 2: 287; LI, 9: 3; PCC Wills: 4 Alenger; VCH, Bedfordshire, 3: 371)

 

 

95.  JANE HALIGHWELL (HALYWELL, HALLIWELL).  Born c1486, she remarried, and died 24 Oct 1558, and was buried at Eaton Bray, Bedfordshire.  (CIPMH, 3: no. 533 [father])

 

 

96.  N.N.  (FOXLEY.  The family had its seat at Foxley, Northamptonshire as early as 1170; however, the immediate ancestry of John Foxley, no. 48, is uncertain.  HNO, 1: 31 describes him as a descendant of Richard de Foxley, of Foxley, living in 1344.)

 

 

97.  N.N.

 

 

100.  THOMAS LOVETT, of Astwell, Northamptonshire.  Died in London 16 Feb 1491/2.  In his will of 29 Nov 1491, he directed his burial at Bittlesden Abbey, but his widow (3rd wife Joan Billinge) and executrix saw to his burial in the church of St. Albans Wood-Street, in London, where a monument was erected to his memory. In 1471, he agreed to an exchange of the family manors of Rushton and Great Oakley for Astwell.  Sheriff of Northamptonshire, 1481-1482 and 1490-1491.  Married 2ndly, by 1471:  (GMCC, 1: 44-45, 52; CIPM, Hen VII, 1: nos. 749-751; EBAR, 4: 91; HAN, 1: 732; LI, 9: 93; MGH, 5(7): 206; PCC Wills: 11 Doggett.  VCH, Northamptonshire, 4: 55 notes his death as 14 Dec 1543, but this applies to his son.)

 

 

101.  ANN DRAYTON.  Born 1449.  Heiress in 1479 of her brother, Richard Drayton, to the manor of Strixton, Northamptonshire.  She predeceased her husband and was buried in Bittlesden Abbey.  On the dissolution of the monastaries, the monuments of the Lovetts were removed from Bittlesden to Wappenham, the parish church of Astwell.

 

 

102.  JOHN le BOTELER (BUTLER), of Woodhall, Hertfordshire; Pulverbatch, Staffordshire, and Norbury, Shropshire.  Born c1435.   His will of 6 Sept 1504 was proved 1 Oct 1504 and was buried in Watton-at-Stone Church, as he directed in his will, where his monumental slab shows a knight in armor, though there is no evidence he was ever knighted.  Sheriff of co. Essex and Hertfordshire 1490.  Married 2ndly, after 1471:  (BUP: 11; GMCC, , 139, 157; HP/1449, 1: 145; OGHBE: 1; PCC Wills, 17 Holgrave)

 

 

103.  CONSTANCE VERE.  Died 16 May 1499 and buried at Wappenham Church, Northamptonshire.  The inscription on her tomb records her as wife of John Butler, Armiger, and sister of Henry Veer, Armiger. Her name is also inscribed on the tomb of her husband.  Following her death, her husband married as his 3rd wife, Alice, named in his will, but not noted in any pedigrees.

 

 

104.  GEORGE JOCELYN, of High Roding and Sheering, co. Essex.  Born 1428.  He granted the manor of Hyde Hall, Hertfordshire to his uncle, Ralph Jocelyn, for life, 1457/8, and after his death, upon his own son in 1480.  (BP105: 2280; NEHGR, 71: 241; VCH, Hertfordshire, 3: 341)

 

 

105.  MAUD BARDOLPH.  Heiress of her father.

 

 

106.  RICHARD MARTIN, of Faversham, co. Kent.  (NEHGR, 71: 241; VCH, Hertfordshire, 3: 341)

 

 

107.  N.N.

 

 

108.  EUSTACE de GRENVILLE, of Wotton Underwood, Buckinghamshire.  His will of 23 Nov 1479 directed his burial in Wotton Church.  He died 1480.  Married 2ndly, by marriage settlement of 6 June 1464 and to be married before 1 Aug 1464:  (COL6, 2: 403-404; HAB, 1: 595-596, 600; QOX: 59; VCH, Warwickshire, )

 

 

109.  ELIZABETH BOTELER.  She predeceased her husband.  Heiress of her father, following the deaths of her brothers, Richard and Thomas, bringing into her marriage the manor of Chelmescote and other estates in Warwickshire.

 

 

110.  EDWARD LITTLETON, of Staffordshire.  (COL6, 2: 405)

 

 

111.  N.N.

 

 

112.  N.N.  (DRYDEN)

 

 

113.  N.N.

 

 

116.  N.N.  (NICHOLSON)

 

 

117.  N.N.

 

 

120.  ALEXANDER COPE, of Bramshill, Hampshire and Denshanger, Northamptonshire. (HNO, 1: 748; HP/1439, 1: 219; MGH, 3(4): 208 cites the tomb of Sir William Cope, no. 60, as providing the correct name of his father and thus BLG16: 2631 and BP105: 639 are incorrect in citing Stephen Cope, of Denshanger and Grimsbury, Northamptonshire as the father.)

 

 

121.  N.N.

 

 

122.  JOHN SPENCER, of Hodnell, Warwickshire.  Died 4 Jan 1497 leaving a will of 15 Sept 1496, proved 25 Jan 1496/7.   Married 1stly:  (CIPMH, 2: no. 245; HP/1509, 1: 693; MGH, (3)4: 208; PCC Wills, 4: Horne; SPFH: 286, 325; VNO: 175).

 

 

123.  ANNE EMPSON.  She is named in HNO, 1: 748 and VNO: 175 as an heiress of her father.  J. Horace Round in SPFH: 286, 325 notes John was married 2ndly to a daughter of William Graunt, of Snitterfield.  The Visitation of Northamptonshire in 1564 does call John's wife Anne, sister of Sir Richard Empson, but incorrectly daughter of Richard.  At his death in 1497, his daughter Jane (Joan) was already married to William Cope, whereas his two younger children (by his 2nd wife) were minors, his son being only 6 years old.  The Cope arms were also quartered with those of Empson which seems inappropriate in that Anne was not an heiress.

 

 

124.  Sir EDWARD RALEIGH, of Farnborough, Warwickshire.  Born 20 Jan 1443.  His will of 20 June 1509 was proved before 6 June 1513 and directed his burial in the chapel of Farnborough.  Called a knight in the IPM of his father, 1460; Sheriff of Warwickshire and Leicestershire, 1467-1468, 1495-1496 and 1506-1507.  Married 1467:  (CIPMH, 3: no. 495 [father]; LI, 9: 145-146; NEHGR, 145: 16-17; PCC Wills: 14 Fetiplace)

 

 

125.  MARGARET VERNEY.  She predeceased her husband, who, in his will directed that a mass be said for her.

 

 

126.  RICHARD CHAMBERLAIN, of Sherbourne Castle and

Stanton St.
John, Oxfordshire; Petsoe, Buckinghamshire; and Tilsworth, Bedfordshire.  Died 28 Aug 1496.  His will of 18 Aug 1496, was proved 19 Oct 1496 and therein directed his burial in Sherbourne Church.  Married before 1484.  (CIPM, Henry VII, 1: nos. 1147, 1155, 1237-1239; DNB, 4: 7; PCC Wills: 7 Horne; VCH, Buckinghamshire, 4: 340; VCH, Oxfordshire, 5: 285)

 

 

127.  SYBIL FOWLER.  Died 1525.

 

 

 

 

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FO        Round, J. Horace.  Family Origins and Other Studies.  William Page, ed.  1930; reprint,

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FOUR   Queller, Donald E. and Thomas F. Madden.  The Fourth Crusade. 2nd Ed.  Philadelphia:

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FP        Maclean, Sir John.  Historical and Genealogical Memoir of the Family of Poyntz.

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FR        Crispin, M. Jackson and Leonce Macary.  Falaise Roll: Recording Prominent Companions of

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FR2      Kantorowicz, Ernst.  Frederick II 1194-1250.  New York: Frederick Ungar Pub. Co., 1931.

 

FSME   Abulafia, David.  Frederick II:  A Medieval Emperor.  New York:  Oxford University Press,

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FTD      Weisheipl, James A.  Friar Thomas D'Aquino:  His Life, Thought, and Work.  Garden City, NY:

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FW       Rutton, William L.  Three Branches of the Family of Wentworth.  London, 1891.

 

GA       Ciacci, Gaspero.  Gli Aldobrandeschi nella storia e nella "Divina Commedia."  2 vols.

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GB       Naughton, Katherine S.  The Gentry of Bedfordshire in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth

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GCH     Glamorgan County History.  6 vols.  Cardiff:  William Lewis, 1936-1988.  vol. 3: The

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GDE     Grande Dizionario Enciclopedico.  20 vols.  Turin: Pietro Fedele, Tipografco-Editrice Torinese,

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GDL      Newcomer, James.  The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.  Lanham, Md.: University Press

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GEN     The Genealogist.  London:  Vols. 1 (1877) - 7 (1883); New Series, vols. 1 (1884) - 38 (1922).

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GHST   Glamorgan Historic Society Transactions.

 

GL        Grand Larousse encyclopédique.  10 vols.  Paris:  Librairie Larousse, 1960-1964.

 

GM       Gentleman's Magazine.  Vol. 1 (1731) - 303 (1907).  Title varied with irregular numbering.

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GMAG  Genealogist's Magazine.  Journal of the Society of Genealogists.  London, 1928-present.

 

GMCC  Waters, Robert Edward Chester.  Genealogical Memoirs of the Extinct Family of Chester of

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GMS     Brook, L.L., et al.  Genealogie medioevali di Sardegna.  Pubblicazioni della Deputazione di

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GP       Phillipps, Sir Thomas.  Glamorganshire Pedigrees (from Mss. of Sir Isaac Heard,

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HAB     Lipscomb, George.  The History and Antiquities of the County of Buckingham.  4 vols.

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HAC     Leycester, Peter.  Historical Antiquities in Two Books.   Vol. 2:  Particular Remarks

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HAH     Chauncy, Sir Henry.  The Historical Antiquities of Hertfordshire.  London: Ben. Griffin, 1700.

 

HAN     Bridges, John.  The History and Antiquities of Northamptonshire. 2 vols.  Oxford: T. Payne,

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HAS     Bray, William.  The History and Antiquities of the County of Surrey.  3 vols.  London:

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HC        Runciman, Steven.  A History of the Crusades.  3 vols.  Cambridge:  At the University Press,

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HCP     Ormerod, George.  The History of the County Palatine and City of Chester.  2nd ed.

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HD        Lyte, Sir H. C. Maxwell.  A History of Dunster and of the Families of Mohun & Luttrell.

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HDN     Chalandon, Ferdinand.  Histoire de la domination normande en Italie et en Sicile.  2 vols.

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HE        Pericot Garcia, D. Luis, gen. ed.  Historia de España:  Gran historia general de los

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HER     Clutterbuck, Robert.  The History and Antiquities of the County of Hertford.  3 vols.

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HF        Guizot, M. [Francois], and Madame Guizot de Witt.  The History of France from the Earliest

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HG       Nichols, John Gough, ed.  The Herald and Genealogist, 8 vols.  London:  J. G. Nichols &

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HKF      Farrer, William.  Honors and Knights' Fees.  3 vols.  London:  Spottiswoode & Co., 1923-

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HM       Bradney, Sir Joseph.  A History of Monmouthshire.  4 vols.  London: Mitchell Hughes

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HMC     Historical Manuscripts Commission.  Series 77.  London:  H.M. Stationary Office, 1925.

 

HMS     O'Callaghan, Joseph F.  A History of Medieval Spain.  London:  Cornell University Press, 1975.

 

HNHS   Joseph, Charles B.  The History of the Noble House of Stourton.  London:  Privately

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HNO     Baker, George.  The History and Antiquities of the County of Northampton.  2 vols.

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HOL      Holland, Edgar Swinton.  A History of the Family of Holland of Mobberley and Knutsford in the

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HP/1386  Roskell, J. S., Linda Clark and Carole Rawcliffe.  The History of Parliament:  The

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HP/1439  Wedgwood, Josiah C.  History of Parliament:  Biographies of the Members of the

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HP/1509  Bindoff, S. T.  History of Parliament:  The House of Commons, 1509-1558.  3 vols.

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HP/1558  Hasler, P. W.  The History of Parliament:  The House of Commons, 1558-1603.  3 vols. 

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HPF      Lloyd, J. Y. W.  The History of the Princes, the Lords Marcher, and the Ancient Nobility

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HPL      Barber, Richard.  Henry Plantagenet:  A Biography.  1964, reprint, New York:  Barnes &

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HR        Whitaker, Thomas.  The History of Richmondshire.  2 vols.  London: Longman, Hurst,

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HS        Manning, Owen and William Bray.  The History and Antiquities of the County of Surrey.

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HSF      Cameron, A. T., ed.  The History of the Sydenham Family.  East Molsey, Surrey: E. Dwelly,

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HSH     Macartney, C. A.  Hungary: A Short History.  Chicago: Aldine Pub. Co., 1962.

 

HW       Davies, John.  A History of Wales.  London:  Allen Lane The Penguin Press, 1990.

 

HWE    Fuller, Thomas.  The History of the Worthies of England.  3 vols.  London: 1840;

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ICMP    The Illustrated Chronicles of Matthew Paris.  Translated and edited by Richard Vaughn.  Alan

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IS         Portanova, Gregorio.  "I Sanseverino dalle origini al 1725" and "I Sanseverino dal 1125 allo

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IUN       Orpen, Goddard Henry.  Ireland Under the Normans.  4 vols.  Oxford:  At the Clarendon

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JDA      Journal of the Derbyshire Archaeological and Natural History Society.  Bemrose & Sons:

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JV        Shaw, M. R. B.  Joinville and Villehardouin-Chronicles of the Crusades.  1963, reprint,

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KE        Shaw, William A.  The Knights of England.  2 vols.  London:  Sherratt and Hughes, 1906.

 

KJ        Warren, W. L. King John 1176-1216.  Berkeley, Cal.: University of California Press,

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KL        Meller, Walter Clifford.  A Knight's Life in the Days of Chivalry.  London: T. Werner Laurie,

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KME     Coss, Peter.  The Knight in Medieval England, 1100-1400.  Phoenix Mill, Gloucestershire: 

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KRS     Wise, L. F. and E. F. Egan, eds.  Kings, Rulers and Statesmen.  New York: Sterling

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KTE      Moor, Charles, ed.  Knights of Edward I.  5 vols.  London: Publications of the Harleian

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KW       Ayton, Andrew.  Knights and Warhorses:  Military Service and the English Aristocracy Under

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LB        Smyth, John.  The Berkeley Manuscripts:  The Lives of the Berkeleys.  3 vols.  Ed. Sir

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LDM     Lexikon des Mittelalters.  7 vols.  Munich:  Artemis & Winkler, 1977-in progress.

 

LEI       Nichols, John.  The History and Antiquities of the County of Leicester.  4 vols. in 8 parts.

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LHA      Lincolnshire History and Archaeology.  Lincolnshire Local History Society, 1966-present .

 

LI          Lists and Indexes.  Public Record Office, London.

 

LMBS   Blatchly, J. M.  A List of Monumental Brasses in Surrey.  1921, reprint, 1970.

 

LNQ      Lincolnshire Notes & Queries.  24 vols.  Horncastle: W. K. Morton, 1888-1936.

 

LPMG   Clark, George T.  Limbus Patrum Morganiae et Glamorganiae.  London:  Wyman & Sons,

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LS        Louda, Siri and Michael MacLagan.  Lines of Succession:  Heraldry of the Royal Families of

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LSL      Joinville, John of.  The Life of St. Louis.  Ed. by Natalis de Wailly.  New York:  Sheed

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LTA      Foster, Kenelm.  The Life of St. Thomas Aquinas.  London:  Longmans, Green & Co., 1959.

 

MAN     Stokvis, A. M. H. J.  Manuel d'histoire et de chronologie de tous les états du Globe. 3

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MAR     Palmer, Charles F. R.  History of the Baronial Family of Marmion.  London: Simpkin,

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MB       Haines, Rev. Herbert.  A Manual of Monumental Brasses.  London: J. H. and James

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MBG     Davis, Cecil T.  The Monumental Brasses of Gloucestershire.  London: Phillimore, 1899.

 

MBW    Kite, Edward.  The Monumental Brasses of Wiltshire.  1860, reprint, Bath: Kingsmead

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MCB     Browning, Charles H.  The Magna Charta Barons and their American Descendants.

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MCBD   Browning, Charles H.  The Magna Charta Barons and their Descendants. 1915; reprint,

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MCS     Weis, Frederick Lewis.  The Magna Charta Sureties, 1215.  With Additions and Corrections by

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MC8     Wurts, John S.  Magna Charta.  Pt. 8.  Philadelphia:  Bookfield Publishing Co., n.d. (1940s).

 

MDE     Oliver, George.  Monasticon Dioencesis Eroniensis.  Exeter:  P. A. Hannaford, 1846.

 

MDF     Macnamara, F. N.  Memorials of the Danvers Family.  London: Hardy & Page,  1895.

 

MFE     Kibler, William L. and Grover A. Zinn, eds.  Medieval France:  An Encyclopedia.  New York:

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MGH     Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica.  London:  Hamilton Adams, 1868-1938.  31 vols.

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MLW    Barron, Caroline M. and Anne F. Sutton.  Medieval London Widows 1300-1500.  London:  The

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MM       Meade, John A.  The Meades of Meaghstown Castle and Tissaxon 1300 to 1766. 

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MRD     Tapsell, R. F.  Monarchs, Rulers, Dynasties and Kingdoms of the World.  London:

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MRF     Anselme, Père (Augustin Dechausse de Saint-Marie).  Histoire généalogique et chronologique

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MRS     Meloni, Giuseppe, and Andrea Dessi Fulgheri.  Mondo rurale e Sardegna del XII secolo.

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MTS     Gatta, Costantino.  Memorie topografico-storiche della provincia di Lucania.  Naples, 1732.

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MW      Hoare, Sir Richard Colt.  The History of Modern Wiltshire.  6 vols. in 14 pts. London:

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NCE     New Catholic Encyclopedia.  The Catholic University of America.  16 vols.  New York: McGraw

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NCLM   Parisse, Michel.  Noblesse et chevalerie en Lorraine médiévale:  Les families nobles du Xle du

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NDB     Neue Deutsche Biographie.  Berlin:  Duncker & Humblot.  Vols. 1 (1952) - in progress.

 

NEHGR  The New England Historical and Genealogical Register.  Boston:  New England Historic

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NF        Barron, Oswald, ed.  Northamptonshire Families.  London:  Archibald Constable, 1906.

 

NKS     Matthew, David.  The Norman Kingdom of Sicily.  Cambridge, England:  Cambridge University

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NGSQ   National Genealogical Society Quarterly.  Washington, D.C.: National Genealogical

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NOR     Berry, William.  County Genealogies:  Pedigrees of the Families in the County of Hants. 

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NORF   Blomefield, Francis.  An essay towards a topographical history of the county of Norfolk.

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NOT      Throsby, John.  Thoroton's History of Nottinghamshire.  3 vols.  Nottingham: G. Burbage,

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NPP     Northamptonshire Past and Present.  1988- .

 

NTR      Dallas, James and Henry G. Porter, ed.  The Notebook of Tristan Risdon 1608-1628.  London:

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OGHBE  Paget, Gerald.  "An Official Genealogical and Heraldic Baronage of England."  3 vols. 

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PA        Turton, Lt.Col. W. H.  The Plantagenet Ancestry.  London: Phillimore & Co., 1928;

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PAP     Wagner, Sir Anthony.  Pedigree and Progress:  Essays in the Genealogical Interpretation of

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PAR     Ormerod, George.  Parentalia.  Not published, 1851.

 

PBHS   The Publications of the Bedfordshire Historical Record Society.

 

PC        Hallam, Elizabeth, ed.  The Plantagenet Chronicles.  New York: Weidenfeld & Nicholson,

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PCC     Prerogative Court of Canterbury Wills, 1383-1619.

 

PCY     Prerogative Court of Yorkshire Wills, 1389-1514.

 

PEER   Round, J. Horace.  Peerage and Pedigree:  Studies in Peerage Law and Family History.  2 vols.

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PPRS   Publications of the Pipe Roll Society.

 

PQT      Burke, Henry Farnham.  Pedigree and Quarterings of De Trafford.  London, 1890.

 

PS        Picards or Pychards of Stradewy (now Tretower) Castle, and Scethrog, Brecknockshire.

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PSCOT Wood, John Philip.  The Peerage of Scotland.  2nd Ed.  2 Vols.  Edinburgh:  George

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PW       Paget, Gerald.  The Lineage and Ancestry of H.R.H. Prince Charles, Prince of Wales.

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PWLMA  Griffiths, Ralph A.  The Principality of Wales in the Later Middle Ages.  Vol. I: South

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PWS    Putnam, Bertha Haven.  The Place in Legal History of Sir William Shareshull. 

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QA       Miron, E. L.  The Queens of Aragon:  Their Lives and Times.  Port Washington, N.Y.:

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QOX     Carter, William F.  The Quatremains of Oxfordshire.  Oxford:  University Press, 1936.

 

RB        Given-Wilson, Chris and Alice Curteis.  The Royal Bastards of Medieval England. 

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RBA     Brentano, Robert.  Rome before Avignon:  A Social History of Thirteenth-Century Rome.

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RBRC   Young, Alan.  Robert the Bruce's Rivals:  The Comyns, 1212-1314.  East Lothian, Scotland:

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RED     Red Book of the Exchequer.

 

REM     Remains Historical and Literary Connected with the Palatine Counties of Lancaster and

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RFLT    Reports of the Friends of Lydiard Tregoz.  No. 17, 1984.

 

RG       Anderson, James.  Royal Genealogies.  London: The Author by James Bettenham, 1732.

 

RGW    Ross, Martha.  Rulers and Governments of the World.  3 vols.  New York: R. R. Bowker

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RKJ      Painter, Sidney.  The Reign of King John.  Baltimore:  Johns Hopkins University Press, 1949.

 

RMP     Returns [of the] Members of Parliament.  Part I:  Parliaments of England 1213-1702.

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RO       Labande, Edmond-René.  Rinaldo Orsini, Comte de Tagliacozzo.  Monaco: Impremière

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RSLC    The Record Society of Lancashire and Cheshire.  Vols. 1 (1879) - 125 (1991).

 

SAC     Surrey Archaeological Collections.  Strand:  Surrey, The Surrey Archaeological Society,

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SAND   Earwaker, J. P.  The History of the Ancient Parish of Sandbach, Co. Chester.  The

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SC        Traherne, Rev. John Montgomery.  Stradling Correspondence:  A Series of Letters

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SCOTP Balfour, Sir James.  The Scots Peerage.  2 vols.  Edinburgh:  David Douglas, 1904.

 

SEEP   Norr, Vernon M.  "Some Early English Pedigrees."  Manuscript, Arlington, VA: 1968.

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SFM     Ebner, Pietro.  Storia di un feudo del Mezzogiorno:  La baronia di Novi.  Rome:

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SHR     Eyton, Robert William.  Antiquities of Shropshire. 12 vols.   London: J. R. Smith, 1854-1860.

 

SM       Labarge, Margaret Wade.  Simon de Montfort.  New York:  W. W. Norton, 1963.

 

SN        Anderson, William.  The Scottish Nation.  3 vols.  Edinburgh: A. Fullarton & Co., 1863.

 

SOM     Collinson, John.  The History and Antiquities of the County of Somerset.  3 vols.

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SP        Sidney, Philip.  The Sidneys of Penshurst.  London: S. H. Bousfield & Co., 1901.

 

SPFH   Round, J. Horace.  Studies in Peerage and Family History.  London: A. Constable, 1901;

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SRS     Collections for a History of Staffordshire.  William Salt Archaeological Society, 1880-

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SRSP   Somerset Record Society Publications.

 

STA      Walz, Angelus.  St. Thomas Aquinas:  A Biographical Study.  Westminster, MD: Newman,

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STAPW  Torrell, Jean-Pierre.  St. Thomas Aquinas:  The Person and His Work.  Washington,

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SUR     Publications of the Surtees Society.   Durham: Durham Castle.  Vols. 1 (1835) - 198 (1986).

 

SUS     Berry, William.  County genealogies:  Pedigrees of the Families in the County of Sussex. 

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SV        Runciman, Steven.  The Sicilian Vespers:  A History of the Mediterranean World in the

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TA        The Ancestor.  London: Archibald Constable, 1902-1913.  Vols. 1 (1902) - 12 (1913). 

 

TAG      The American Genealogist.  Formerly, New Haven Genealogical Magazine.  Vols. 1

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TBGAS Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucester Archaeological Society.  Gloucester:  John

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TC        Powicke, Sir Maurice.  The Thirteenth Century, 1216-1307.  2nd ed.  Oxford:  Oxford

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TEST    Testamenta Eboracensia or Wills Registered at York.  6 vols.  Publications of the

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TG        The Genealogist.  Association for the Promotion of Scholarship in Genealogy.  New York

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THAM   Lee, George Frederick.  The History, Description, and Antiquities of the Prebendal Church of

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THI       Gage, John.  The History and Antiquities of Suffolk.  Thingoe Hundred.  London, 1888.

 

THUR    Foulds, Trevor.  The Thurgarton Cartulary.  Paul Watkins: Stamford, 1994.

 

TOP      The Topographer and Genealogist.  John G. Nichols, ed.  3 vols.  J. B. Nichols:  London,

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TPA      Moriarty, George Andrew.  The Plantagenet Ancestry of Edward III and Queen Philippa.

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TTE      Costain, Thomas.  The Three Edwards.  New York:  Popular Library, 1963.

 

VBE     Blaydes, F. A., ed.  The Visitation of Bedfordshire in 1566, 1582 and 1634.  Publications

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VBU     Rylands, W. Harry, ed.  The Visitation of Buckinghamshire in 1634.  Publications of the

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VC        Rylands, John Paul.  The Visitation of Cheshire in 1580.  Publications of the Harleian

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VCH     The Victoria County History of England.  Eds. H. Arthur Doubleday et al.  London: 

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            Research of the University of London, 1935 - present.  (The history of 36 English

            counties, each of multiple volumes in varying numbers.)

 

VCO     Vivian, J. L. and Henry H. Drake.  The Visitation of the County of Cornwall in the Year 1620.

            London:  1874.

 

VDV     Vivian, Lt.Col. J. L.  The Visitation of the County of Devon, Comprising the Heralds'

            Visitations of 1531, 1564 and 1620.  Exeter: H. S. Eland, 1895.

 

VE        Metcalfe, Walter C., ed.  The Visitation of Essex in 1552, 1558, 1570, 1612 and 1634. 

            Pt. I.  Publications of the Harleian Society, vol. 13.  London: Mitchell & Hughes, 1878.

 

VER     Bruce, John, ed.  Letters and Papers of the Verney Family Down to the End of the Year

            1639.  London:  John Bowyer Nichols and Sons, 1853.

 

VFP      Scandone, Francesco.  "La vita, la famiglia, e la patria di S. Tommaso," San Tommaso

            d'Aquino, O.P.:  Miscellanea storico-artistica.  Rome:  Societa Tipografica A. Manuzio,

            1924.

 

VGL      Maclean, Sir John, ed.  The Visitation of the County of Gloucester Taken in the Year 1623

            with Pedigrees from the Heralds' Visitations of 1569 and 1582-3, and Sundry Miscellaneous

            Pedigrees.  Publications of the Harleian Society, vol. 21.  London: Ye Wardour Press, 1885.

 

VHE     Metcalfe, Walter C., ed.  The Visitation of Hertfordshire in 1572 and 1634.  Publications

            of the Harleian Society, vol. 22.  London:  Ye Wardour Press, 1886.

 

VHIW    St. George, Sir Henry, ed.  Visitation of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, 1686.  Publications

            of the Harleian Society, New Series, vol. 10.  London: Alan Sutton Publishing, 1991.

 

VNO     Metcalfe, Walter C., ed.  The Visitations of Northamptonshire Made in 1564 and     1618-1619

            with Northamptonshire Pedigrees from Various Harleian MSS.  London, Mitchell and Hughes,

            1887.

 

VNR     Rye, Walter, ed.  The Visitations of the County of Norfolk in 1563, 1589 and 1613.

            Publications of the Harleian Society, vol. 32.  London: Ye Wardour Press, 1891.

 

VNT      Marshall, George W., ed.  The Visitations of the County of Nottinghamshire in the

            Years 1569 and 1614.  Publications of the Harleian Society, vol. 4.  London: Taylor &

            Co., 1871.

 

VOX      Turner, William H., ed.  The Visitation of Oxfordshire in 1566, 1574 and 1634. 

            Publications of the Harleian Society, vol. 5.  London: Taylor & Co., 1871.

 

VSF      Corder, Jean, ed.  The Visitation of Suffolk 1561.  2 Parts.  London, 1981.

 

VSO     Colby, Rev. Frederick T., ed.  The Visitation of Somersetshire in 1623.  Publications of

            the Harleian Society, vol. 11.  London: Mitchell & Hughes, 1876.

 

VSU     Bannerman, W. Bruce, ed.  The Visitation of Surrey in 1530, 1572 and 1623. 

            Publications of the Harleian Society, vol. 43.  London: Ye Wardour Press, 1899.

 

VW       Fetherston, John, ed.  The Visitation of Warwickshire in 1619.  Publications of the

            Harleian Society, vol. 12.  London: Mitchell & Hughes, 1877.

 

VY        Norcliffe, Rev. Charles B., ed.  The Visitation of Yorkshire in 1564.  Publications of

            the Harleian Society, vol. 16.  London: Mitchell & Hughes, 1881.

 

WAH    Evans, Gwynfor.  Wales, A History:  2000 Years of Welsh History.  New York:  Barnes &

            Noble, 1996 (reprint).

 

WBD    Webster's Biographical Dictionary.  Springfield, MA:  G. & C. Merriam Co., 1967.

 

WC       Douglas, David C.  William the Conqueror.  Eyre Methuen Ltd., 1964; reprint London: 

            Methuen London, 1983.

 

WCFP  Popham, Frederick W and Ivor H. B. Popham.  A West Country Family:  the Pophams

            from 1150.  Kemsing, Kent: The Author, 1976.

 

WF       Watney, Vernon James.  The Wallop Family and Their Ancestry. 4 vols.  Oxford: John

            Johnson, 1928.

 

WG      Bartrum, Peter Clement.  Welsh Genealogies, A.D. 300-1400.  2nd ed., revised and

            annotated.  Cardiff: University of Wales, 1980.

 

WHKQ  Morby, John E.  The Wordsworth Handbook of Kings and Queens.  Ware, Hertfordshire:

            Wordsworth Editions, 1994.  (First published as Dynasties of the World by Oxford

            University Press, 1989.)

 

WOTR  Weir, Alison.  The Wars of the Roses.  New York:  Ballantine Books, 1995.

 

WWE   Morris, John E.  The Welsh Wars of Edward I.  Oxford:  Clarendon Press, 1901.

 

WWMA  Fines, John.  Who's Who in the Middle Ages.  New York:  Barnes & Noble, 1995.

 

YASRS  The Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Association Record Series.

            London: Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Association, Vols. 1 (1883) - 15 (1893)

            As the Yorkshire Archaeological Society Record Series, Vol. 16 (    ).

 

YATJ    The Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Journal.  London:  Bradbury, Agnew,

            & Co., Vols. 1 (1876)- present.