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Full text of "The visitation of Herefordshire made by Robert Cooke, Clarencieux, in 1569"

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Wmtation of J|eref ortisl)ire 



MADE BY 



EGBERT COOKE, CLARENCIEUX, 



EDITED BY 

FREDERIC WILLIAM WEAVER, M.A, 

LATE DP:MY <»l- MAGDALEN COLLEGE, OXKOKD. 

Editor of " The Visitatwns of the County of Somemi in luJl, 1573." 



EXETER : 

Privately printed for the Editor by 

WILLIAM POLLARD, AND Co., NORTH STREET, 

1886 



fOAM STACK 






at 



Preface. 



Date. 


Bi/ lolumi 'made. 


1569 


Cooke 


1569 


Cooke 


1586 


Cooke 


1586 


Cooke 


1586 


Cooke (loitJi additions) 


1586 


Cooke 


1586 


Cooke 


1586 


Cooke 


1634 


St. Georqe 



The following is the list of the Visitations of Herefordshire, as it appears 
in Sims's "Manual for the Genealogist," p. 107. 

Where, deposited. 
Coll. of Arms, MS. D. 12. 
Cains Coll., Cainb., MS. 553, art. 7. 
B.M., Harl. MS. 1159. 
B.M., Harl. MS. 1442. 
B.M., Harl. IMS. 1545. 
B.M., Ada. MS. 19,815. 
Coll. of Arms, A^iiict. MS. 115. 
Coll. of Arms, Philipot MSS. 20 C, 21 P. 
Coll. of Arms, MSS. C. 25, C. 28. 

Other MSS. containing Herefordshire Pedigrees are given in the same 
book, pp. 207-8, among which is "Pedigrees from the Visitation of 1569," 
Harl. MS. 615, f. 20. 

The above list may be supplemented and corrected by the following 
extract, taken from Dr. Marshall's " Notes on the Heralds' Visitations."' 
(See" The Genealogist," N.S., Vol. ii., No. 0, p. 150.) 

HEREFOEDSHIRE. 

" No Visitation of this County has been printed. Visitations wtn-e taken 
" by Cooke in 1569 (College of Arms, D. 12, G. 9.) 
" by St. George in 1634 (College of Arms, C. 25.) 
" and by Sir Henry St. George in 1683 (College of Arms, K. 6.) 
"Sims, ISToble and Gutch say it was visited in 1586, and the latter also notes 
^' Visitations of 1615 and 1619, but I have met with no evidence of these assertions. 
" Noble asserts that the 1683 Visitation was prohahly in the possession of the Earl 
" of Egmont, but I am not aware that any copy of it now exists, except in the Office 
" of Arms." 

It is improbable that there was a Visitation of Herefordshire, in 1586, 
and indeed no such Visitation seems to be known to the College of Arms ; 
the only indication of such a Visitation that I have met with is in Harl. MS 
1442. The fly-leaf of that MS. is entitled " Herefordshire, 1586." The MS. 



144 



iv VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 

is a transcript either by Wythie, Peason, or Vincent (cf. Harl. Catalogue in 
the B.M.). It has additions by Sandford, Rouge Dragon, in 1C76, and by 
others. 

On ff". 2*'' and 8* of Harl. MS. 1442 occur the arms of the following 
families, entered at the Visitation of Hereford, 1G34. 

Samuel uud Fran. Awbrey (tm arms (jiven.) 

James Jkrrell of i5iforil, 1634. 

lilauey. 

Bmce of the Noke 1634. 

Will Bridges of Bosbury, \). Sr. Rich, St. George. 

Carpenter, entered 1634, vide London. 

CoUes, 1634, ye .'«anie in com. Wore, and Warw 

Cre&well. 

Dauncer. 

Paul Delaliay of Urrey, 1634. 

Gray, a Pat., p. Sr. Jo. Borough, 1635. 

Hodson, 1634. 

Hopwood, in ye vellum Iwok of Certiticiitcs. 

King, ent. 1634. 

Kirle, Kt., Baronett 

Lillo, 1634. 

Lisle, 1634. 

Harden of Marden, Heref. 

Fran. Pemher of Uollinghill, 1634. 

Sr. Edw. Powell, Kt. and Bur. 1634. 

Tho. Shiham of Webley, Heref. 

Skipe, Bp. of Hereford, 1634 ont. 

Watkius of Hdsh., ent. 1634. 

Wednester, see ye pat. in Mr. Morgan's small book of coats and creasts {only a plain 

sluM.) 
Williams, 1634. 
Younger, 1634. 

I have chosen Harl. MS. 615, which seems to me the best authority 
(outside the College) for the Visitation of 1569. 

The MS. contains G I pedigrees of Herefordshire families ; 60 belonging 
to Worcestershire ; 62 to Gloucestershire ; and 82 to Shropshire. 

The transcript was made at the charge of Alexander Evesham, of whose 
death there is an account on folio 1. This account is written in a later 
hand than the MS., but whether it is the same " later hand " as that 
appearing in some of the pedigrees is doubtful. 

" In the year of our Lord Ciod 1592 dyed Alexander Evesham and in 28th day of 
desciuber he dyed in the house of the I^dy Stafford at Westmester and was buryed 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. v 

on the South Syde of the Chorch of Seint Margrott his hed lyeth just agiiynst tlie 
end of the pew of the left hand ; he was the sonu of William Kveshani of Wellington 
in the County of Hereford which William dyed in the yeare of our Lord God 1584 
and wjjs buryed in the Chorch of Seint Jainsses in niarke lane in londone he lyes 
buryed on the north syde of the Chorche, Thys wrytten by me Epiphanyius Kveshaui 
in the yeure of our Lord god 1592 whos soule Resteth with Gode. Amen." 

The pedigrees of Hackluit (1st portion) and Haworthe, and all tliA 
Evesham pedigrees are in a later baud, as are also some minor additions, 
which are noted as they occur. The latest date (lo9G) in the M8. is to be 
t'ouml in the pedigree of Blount, this shews that the additions cannot have 
been made by Alexr. Evesham, for he died in 1592. 

The arms are in trick, in some cases coloured, as are also the Crests. 
Folio 2 contains the arms of Evesham, elaborately drawn and coloured.  

There is a MS. in the Bodleian Library, Oxford (Ashmolean, S'.i I ), which 
contains pedigrees from the Visitation of Worcestershir*^, Herefordshire and 
Gloucestershire, taken in loGO. I have very carefully collated Harl. 015 
with Ashmolean 831, and have noted the differences as they occur. The 
MSS. seem to be quite independent of each other. 

The Pedigrees in Ashmolean MS. 831 are written in a small secretary- 
hand, probably by Ralph Brooke. The arms are tricked. Between the 
2nd and 3rd pages is fixed a smaller sheet of paper, on which by another 
old hand is written an index. This MS. contains the pedigrees found in 
Harl. MS. G15, with the following eleven exceptions: 

Breynton. 

Dabyton. 

Evesham. 

HaAVorthe. 

Monington of Sarnsfield. 

Myntryche. 

Xott. 

Tompkins. 

Welford. 

Whitney. 

Winston of Llangarren. 

Forty-seven pedigrees of Herefordshire families, taken from various 
sources, are given in the Rev. C. J. Robinson's " Mansions and Manors of 
Herefordshire." 

I have made use of these, and have referred to the book under the letter li. 

I take this opportunity of thanking Mr. Robinson for other notes, which 
he has kindly sent me. 

Great confusion is made by the transcribers between the names Hereford- 



vi VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 

shire (spelt Herfordshire) and Hertfordshire. An example of this occurs 
in Berry's " Sussex Genealogies," p. 1 0, where for Acorne Berry in co- 
Hertford, read Aconhury in co. Hereford. 

In many cases of doubt and difficulty, I have consulted Harl. MSK. 1442 
and ir)45, and have given additions and corrections from both of them. 

MS. 1545 is much more valuable than MS. 1442, which contains numerous 
mis-spellings, &c. MS. 1545, f. :i, is hea<led : 

T/iix Vumtation inis mwhi hi/ Roheri CooKe, Qlarenceulx. 

Then follow the arms of the City of Hereford : 

G'l. finrr h'ims ijcusk. guard. At: 

and this note : 

" TheVis-sitatiou of Hcrcft'ord wa.s made in A" 1569 and at the same time was maior 
of Heretford ]>cvi.s Cartwright Thomas Havard Rowland Rys William Rawlyns 
Walter Carideii Richard Partridge John Mayland John Gibbs Henery Dudston and 
Thomas Church Aldermen of ye sayd cittyc of Heretford ye aforcsayd vissitation 
bogining at the ftirst leafe in this liooke and ends at the 32. 100 leafe(s) following 
(y(! rest of ye descents) are collections and ad«littion8 as occasion hath offered 
them to me and have added 

R. MUNDY." 

Then follow these 31 pedigrees in the following order : 

Chippenham. 
Sebome. 
Welford. 
Pichard. 

Scrooi)e and Harford. 
Pateshall. 
Dauntesey. 
Tompkins. 
Moretou. 
SkiUl. 
Knyll. 
Blaney. 
Phillipps. 
Haekluit, 
Barrow. 
Hayday. 
Hayward. 
Capell. 
Apparry. 
Delabere. 
Gemons. 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. vii 

Waniecombe. 

Prise. 

Downes. 

Dabyton. 

Crofte. 

Rowdou, 

Glluiam (Guiflhii). 

Maynston. 

Walwyn. 

Harper. 

On f. 32^ occur the words " Here ends the Vissitation." 

At the end of the 15G9 Visitation I have added eighteen pedigrees 

belonging to the end of the xvi or the beginning of the xvii century, and, 

in each case, have noted the Harl. MS. from which the transcript is taken. 
I beg to thank all those who have helped me during the progress of this 

work, and hope that it may be found a useful addition to the Antiquarian 

Literature of the County of Hereford. 



" "^ke (Bioto of Children arc their Jfitthcrs.'' 



F. W. WEAVER. 



Milton-Clevedon, 

October, 1886. 



VllI 



VISITATION OF HP:REF0R1)SHIRE, 1569. 



Stt&^a^ nf ^tii^vtts. 



Abington of lirockhampton 

Abraliall of Abrahall 

Aj)liarrv of J'oston 

Aphany of Moiclianipton 

IJarrow of Ihillingham 

Baskervilc of Fjinlisley 

Berington of Herefopl 

IJIeyiKiV of Kinslmm 

Blount of (lieiidon 

Btxlt'Dliani of Rotlierwas 

Boyle of Bidncy 

BreyiitoTi of Stiotton Sugwas 

Bridges of tlu' Ley 

Bro'ii\vi(']i(! (if HcMvford 

Buighill of Tliinghill 

('ajtcll of How Cajiell 

Cecil of Alterynnis 

Chabnor of Mousel(\v 

Cliniubers of Little Mavcle 

Chijipenham of Hereford 

Clarke of Hereford 

Clynton of Castleditch 

Croft of Croft Castle 

Dabyton of Kedinarley 

Daunsey of llrinsop 

Delabere of Kiniiersley 

Downe of Little Hyde 

Edwin of Wistaston 

Elton of Ledbury 

Evesham of Wootton (4 pedigrees) 

Farley of Bosbury 

Gernons of Oarnons 

Goniond of By ford 

Gray of Upton Bishop 

Guillini of Fawley 

Hackluit of luiton (2 pedigrees) 

Harft)rd of Boslniry 

Harper of "Wellington 

Hawkins oi Sherington 

Haworthe of ] jiirghope 

Havwapde of Bodenham 



35- 



2 
2 
3 


Heydey of Noxe 
Hopton of Hopton 
Knyll of Knyll 


44 
45 
46 


5 


Maynston of Llangarren 


47 


6 

7 

8 

10 


Minors of Treago 
jNIonington of Sarnsfield 
Monington of Lawton 
Morton of Evesbach 


&9 
48 
49 
51 


11 
81 
83 


Mylbourne of Tillington 37 
Myntryche of Cradley 
Nott of New pjid 


,90 
52 
53 


12 


Pateshall of the Ford 


54 


13 

14 


Pembridge of Manscll Gamage ... 
PhilliiK'K of I^oininster 


55 
56 


15 


Pryce of Portham 


58 


16 
17 


Pychard of Cradley 
Pye of iSadlel)OW 


59 
91 


84 


Rowdon of Rowdon 


60 


85 


Rudhall of Rudhall 


93 


19 


St. ( )wen of Gemeston 


94 


85 


Scndamore of Honi Lacy 


62 


19 


Sebome of Sutton 


64 


20 


Skull of Much Cowanie 


65 


22 


Smyth of Credenhill 


95 


23 


T(»mpkins of (Jarnst<m 


66 


24 


Unett of Castle Frome 


66 


25 


Vaughau of Bredwardine 


97 


86 
26 
-31 


Vaugban of Trevervyn 
Wall of Lillinghall 
Walwyn of Long\vorth 


68 
98 
69 


87 


Warn ecombe of Hereford 


70 


31 


"Washeborne of Boslmry 


72 


33 


Weaver of Presteign 


99 


88 
34 


Wednester of Bromyard 
Welford of Wistaston 


100 

74 


-36 
38 


Whitney of "Wliitney 
Willisone of Sugwas 


75 

76 


39 
40 


Winston of Llangarren 
Wykes of Moreton Jefferies 


77 
78 


41 


Wysham of Tedstone Delamere ... 


79 


42 







Cf)e Visitation of ^ereforti0l)ire 

1§69. 

Harl, 615, fol. 1. 
|_Genealogyes of gentlemen of Hereford Worster Gloster and Shrop- 
shere taken by Clarenlienx^ king of heralds at his visitation 
of the same slieres 1569 and copyed out of their severall 
pedigrees subscryved by everye gentleman of ye same 
sheres at the chardge of me 

Alexander Eveshami^ 



1591. 



] 



fol. 7. 

The armes of the citie of Hereforde Regestred and confirmed in the 
Tyme of the Visitacion of the sayed shere taken in Anno dom. 1569. 

Crest : — On a mound, a castle, issuing from the fop thereof a demi-rcoman 
vested, crowned, holding in her right hand extended a icreath 
of oalc (or olive) leaves. 

Arms : — Gu. three lions, passant guardant ar. 



* Robert Cooke. 

* [ ] Added in the later hand. 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



^bin0f0n 



(Of Broclihampton^ in Bromtjard.)'^ 

Arms. — Abingtou. Ar. on a hend Gii three ecujles dittplayed Or. 
Domalton. Gu. a fegs lehc. six mascles Or. 

D. and h. of Brokhanipton, 
nupta Dumbalton. 



William Abington of Wych- 
ingford in Wore. 



',., d. and coll. of Dumbalton 
of Biokhanipton. 



Richard Abington of IJrok-T"... d. of Hayndley' 



hampton in Wore, (sic).^ 



of Handley. 



Richard Abington-f ... d. of 
of lirokhampton. j Sherley. 



Richd. Bameby-f-Marie, d. 
of Acton. and coh. 

of Richd. 



I 

1. Robert. 



1 ; ' 

Jane.=l. Edw. Stamford. 
•—2. Oliver liriges. 



2. W^ 



3. Thos. 



Elinor.=l. John Dant- 
sey. 
—2. Sr. Tho. Bas- 
kervile. 



1, Joyce. 2. Elinor. 3. Wynefred. 



The above pedigree is from Ashmolean MS. 831, it is among the Worcestershire 'pedigree* 
aud is joined on to that of I'-arneby, see Metcalfe's Visit, of Wora 1682, p. 8. 
For another pedigree of Abington, see Harl. See. xxL 194. 



^braljall 



{Of Ahrahall in Michaelchurch. R 124 \l^d.) ).» 

HarL 615, ff. 17^ 18. 
Arms. — {iiona tricked in MS.) Az three hedgehogs Or. 

Richard Abi'a-=f=[Elizabethe, da. and heir to Pechere 
hall, mar. | de Pecheres in com. Herford.]* 

A 



^ The notes made by the Editor are printed in italics and enclosed in brackets. 

^ Tlie manor of Bromyard was leased A.D. 1444 by Richd. (Beauchamp), Bp. of Hereford to 
Richd. Abingdon, gent. Duncumb's Hdsh., ii, 66. 

^ Elinor, d. and coh. of John Hanley of Hanley William in the par. of Eastham, co. Wore, 
married Richd. Abington. Nash's Worcestershire, i, 365. 

* [ ] Added in the later hand. 



VISITATION OF IIEREFORDSIIIKE, 1569. 



Margarett, doughter and= 
heire to ... Hampton. 



=Johu Abr.xhall, maried to his thirde \viff= 
Poryii, doughter to Sir Thomas Whitney 
(M.P.for Hdsh. USl. Inq. p.m. 1U3). 



■-. . . doughter 
and heire to 
Richard More. 



Anne, married 
to Gilliam. 



T 



Elizabethe, 
sans yssiic. 



William Abra-=f=Elizabethe, doughter to William 



hall, 
U87.) 



{d. 



Appowell of [Perthere in com. 
Monmouthe.]^ 



John Abrahall= 
(d. 1534.) 



=Anne, doughter to Drew ]>rudenell of (Stolce 
Mandeville) Bouckinghshire {she d. 1544-) 



1 



John Abraliall=f=Anne, doughter to Watkin Vaughau 
{let. 50, 1544- ) of Hergerst (m Kington. ) 



John. Abrehall of=[=Blanche, doughter 



Abrehall in the 
County of Here- 
ford, Esquier {d. 

1592.) 



to Thomas Walwin 
of Helling (m Much 
March). 



Thomas, 
2 Sonne. 



Georg<% 
3 Sonne. 



1 

Elizabethe, 

mar. to ... 



John Abrahall, sonne 
and heire, [mar. to 
Frauncis da. of Tho. 
Percy, Kt.]^ (he was 
bur. at toy 21 June 
1621). 



Edmonde, 
2 sonne. 



Sybill, mar. 
toRoulande 
Hunt of 
Hereford- 



Anne, 
mar. to 
Philipe 
Norgou 
{Morgan). 



Elynor. Margarett. 



^pljarrg or ^arrn 

(OfPostonin VoiPcJiurch R. 272-4.) 

Harl. 615, if. 15^ 16, le''. 

Arms. —Quarterly. 1. Parry, Arg. a fess between three lozenges Az. within a bordure 
of the last ; 2. Waterton, Barry of six Erm. and Gu. over all three 
crescents Sa. ; 3 Delahay, Arg. a sun Gu. ; 4. Thunder, Arg. a fess 
between tioo {three /) trumpets Sa. 

Roger de Moubrey, mar.=7= 



[ ] Added in the later hand. 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569 



I 

John de 
Moubrey. 



I 

John 

Moubrey. 



Elizabeth, mavied to=f= 
Adam Newmarche. j 
- I 



Roger New- 
marche,mar. 



=Elizabethe, doughter to 
Roger Blowniester. 



William Waterton.=pElizabethe. 



(2) Jo^n. 



\ 

Katherin. 



I 



Blanche, mar. to Sir Robart Challons 
[sic, but probably a mistake of the 
nopyid. Auk 831, omits this Blanch 
altogdhrr.] 



Henry Ap Jones=^(^<;a, d. of Jevan Huglie^ Waterton, mar. <lou<^]i-=f^EUen, d. oj 



{of Old Court or 
Poston.y 



Ap Rhi/s Ap Ivor of 
ElwelLy 



ter to Alexander A\^older.^ 



Rolled Moio- 
bray.) 



Griffithe Ap=i=(... d. of John Ap=^Elizabthe, 



Harry. 



Gerald de 
Baii'i)} 



Henry {of 
Paston. 
Ash 831.) 



H 



doughter 

to Hughe 

Waterton. 



Blanche, mar. to Sir Robart 
Challons. {She toas buried at 
the Chaderhouse. Coll. Typ. 
et Gen. iv. 310.) 



Henry A^=^Maud, d. of Philip 
Griffithe. I Guutery 



Richartl Ap'^Anne, doughter to 



Henry ( liv- 
ing 9 H. VI.) 



Walter Hacklute. 



1 

( Huyhf 

o. s.p.) 



Myle ap=j=(... d.of 



Harry. 



Han'y 
Stradling. )^ 



Thomas Ai>=i=Margarett, doughter and one of theires of 



Henry. 



H 



Thomas Delahay de Urry Delahey {in Peter- 
churdi R. 232 n) in the county of Hereforde. 



(i.) Henry Myle,=f=Alys, doughter and one 



Sonne of Myle Ap 
Henry. 



of theires of Symond 
Mylborne. 



Thomas Ai>=f= Agnes, doughter to 
Henry {d 3 j Roger Bodenham of 
Dec. 1522). \ Rotherwas. 

B 

Vide page 5. 



{Elinor, d. «?«<Z=j=^Iyie Ap 



li. ofJa-s. Scud- 
amore of Kent- 
church.)^ 



Henry. 



Eliziabethe 
{mar. Thos. 
Vamjhan of 
Tregunter).^ 



Blanche {maid 
of honour to Q. 
Eliz., ob. 1589, 
cet. 82.Y 



Sybell. 



r-\ 

John. 



Symonde. 



{Joan . = Wa thin Va ugh an* 
of Bredwardine.y 



{Eliz.== Ron-land Vaughan'^ 
of Bredicardine.y 



' These additions are from Blakeway's Shropshire Pedigrees ( MS. at Bwlleian Library). 

'^ Sir Hugh Waterton died in July 1409, but apparently his luq. p.m. was not made till 1420, 
at which time his dau. Eliz. was dead, and Blanch was living, ajt. 40. (Inq. p.m. 12 H IV. and 
8 H. V.) 

» Ash 831 gives ATex. Walhn. Hail. MS. 1571, f. 34^ gives d. of Alex. Walton ; another 
pedigree gives Eleonora, d. of Alex. Walicyn. There were two Sir Hugh Watertons and contem- 
poraries. 

* For pedigree of Vaughau of Bredwardine, .see Clark's " Genealogies of Morgan and Gla- 
morgan," 234. 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSIIIRK, 1569. 



Vide B page 4 

I 



Richard Ap=j=Elizabethe, doughter to 
Henry. Christofcr ^lathcw." 



(Hugh Porrij=fElk. G'ntsveuor 
of Aconlmnj. of SltropHhire. Y 



George Aplienry=i=Isabell, doughter to 



of Paston {Pos- 
ton). 



Elizabetho, mar. 
to Davie Thomas. 



Thomas 
secoude soiine. 



James Vauhau of 
Hergest (in Kiwj- 
ton). 



1 

Anno, 
mar. to 
Richard 
Whitney. 



(John Parri/.^Muiyarety <l. 
John Wild- 
(joone,^ Enq.y 



Katherin, mar. 
to Richard 
Walwin. 



Elynor, mar. to 
Richaixl Bornwiche 
(Bromwich). 



Jane. 



Sybill. 



1 1 1 ■-] 

John, Hughe, Roger, Richard, 

thirde sonne. 4 sonne. 5 sonne. 6 sonne. 



James Ap Henry, sonne of George* 
(princijml huntsman to Qu. Eli:-:).^ 



=Jone, dougliter to John a Morgan of 
Breeknoke (fhe d. 6 Mar. ]f!l7.) 



I 1 

John Fa,VYy,(=f=Mari/ Leiyhton of Salop.y Gregory. 

 H 

(James Parr }/.=?= Winifred^ d. Roht. Clough).^ 

I 

(Theodore Parry.y 

For several notes in this pedigree I am indebted to Edmund Wuterton, Esq. 



^pbarrj or farru 

(Of Morehampton in Abbey Dore, R. 2.) 

Harl. 615, ff. 26^ 27 

Arms : — Quarterly. 

1 and 4. Parry. Ar<j. a fess loithin three lozenges within a hordiire Az. 

2 and 3. Arg. three roses Gii. on a chief Gu. two Sicans ? Arg. 

Crest : — Three battle axes, in pile, Or. 



Henry Jones. =f= 



John Ap Henry (H.S. in 1399). 



Griffithe Aphenry.=j- 



^ These additions are from Blakeway's Shropshire Pedigrees (MS. at Bodleian Library). 

* Sir Christopher Mathew of Laudaff, mar. Eliz. d. and h. of Wm. 2nd son of Jenkin Philip 
(she d. 30 Jan. 1500). Their dau. Eliz. mar. (first) llichard Parry of Llandefailog Tre-yr-graig, 
CO. Brecon (see Clark's Genealogies, p. 7). 

* For the family of Wildigos of Sussex, see Berry's Sussex Genealogies, p. 10, where for 
Maxgaret=John Parry of Acorne Beii'y in co. Heiiford, read Aconhury in co. Hereford. 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



Henry Ap Griffethe. 



T 



Myies Piirrye, mar. {dinl 14S8.)=f= 



{2.) John Parry niar.= 
doiighter and heirc of 
Gosin^ton. 



Henry Myltle= 
Aphenry. 



=Alis, Joughter and 
one of theires of 
Syittonde Mylborne. 



Leanard, 
2 Sonne. 



Stephen^ Parry of Morhanipton, mar. Jone=f= 
doiighter of John Morlii^he'^ of Suffolke. 



Sybill, doughtei-==John Parry^Anne, doughter of 



of John Basker- 
felde of Chayn- 
8011 {Chaiisfono, in 
Voicchurcli). 



of Morhani- 
ton in the 
conty of 
Herefoixl. 



Walter Vaughan of 
IJredwanlon in the 
conty of Hereford. 
( Bredicardine). 



Blanclie, a doughter, is 3 yers oldo. 
{This moans three years old in 1569, 
and so throughout the MS.) 



! 

Olyver, a 

doughter 
{Olyve.) 



{Of BuUinrjham R 54.) 



Harl. 615, ff. 41»'42. 



Arms : — liarrowc. Sa. tiro swords in saltire Arg. between four flews de lys Or 
mthin a bordure of the last. 

Richard Barowe of^pJane, doughter to Sir 
Bollinghani. | Thomas'* a Comwaile. 

, I 



James Bai'owe of Bollinghani in=f=Margaret, doughter to RitJhard 
the conty of Hereford, Esquier. "Warnecombe of Hereforde. 



Elynor. Anne, married to George 
Brace of Noke {in Pem- 
hridge.) 



1 ^ 1 — 

Jane, married to Alyce. 
Edward Bally 
{Bayli/, Ash S31). 



■-rn 
Mawde. 



Jone. 



I 7^ 1 ! 

Richard, sone=f=Elizjibethe, doughter to James Thomas, James, 
and heire. Boyle,* Esquier {he d. 1593-4. 2 sonne. 3 sonne. 

Bur. in yard of Hd. Cath.) 



1 Sheriff of Hdsh. 1546, died 1555. 

* Worlich or Woolrich of Wickham Brook from co. Salop. Jone Woolrich was hia 2ud wife. 
She died 1606. See Sims' Index, 272. 

' Called Sir Richd. Comewall of Berington in R. 118, ped. 

* For a Pedigree of the Boyles of Bidney (in Dilwyu) and Hereford, see R. 9J. 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



(0/ Eardishy, It. 106 (jw/.)). 

Hail. 6i5, ff. 23^ 24. 

Abms : — Quarterly. 

1 and 4. Baskervile. Arg. a chevron Gn. heticeen three hurts Az. 

2 Az. a/ess Enn. in chief a label of five points Or. 

3 Gu. a fess Or between three escallops Arg. 



Sir .John Baskcrvilo=f=... doughter to 
(4 //. IV.) Symon abruges. 



Sir John Basker-=i=... doughter 



I 



vile {b. 
11(55.) 



IJfiS, d. 



to Lord 
Audeley. 



Rulf ]5askervile,=Aiine, doughter and one of 
seconde sonne [b. theires of Sh- John BIakett(o/ 
1-klO). Icomb, Place, co. Glos., he 

died 1431. II. 302.) 



Sir James Bas-==i=Sybil, doughter 
kervile {H. S. to Sir AValter 



38 H. VI.) 



Devereulx. 



Jol.'u Baskervile, mar. Elynor 
doughter and heire to Thomas 
Holcott {of Wootton ia Wel- 
lington). 



1 

Humfreye 

iJaskervile, 

3. 



Sir Walter=j=... doughter to Morgan JohnAp 
Baskervile Philipes of Penecoyte. {Morgan 
{d. 1505). of Pencoed, see Phillijips^ Glam., 
Fed. 37. Also see " Notices of 



I 

John Bas- 
kervile, 2 
Sonne. 



Pencoyd Castle 
Morgan, 1864.) 



by Oct'ivins 



—\ 

John, 

seconde 

Sonne. 

i 

{Henri/, 
Ash, 831.) 



1 

doughter, 
mar. to 
Roden, 



1 

Philipe, 3- 
Sonne. 



Sir Philipe 
3 Sonne. 



Edward, 
3 Sonne. 



Thomas Bas- James, 

kervile of 2 sonne. 
Nethwode j 

{Netherwood {James, Ash 831.) 
in Thorn- 
bury, CO. Hd.) 



1 

doughter,^ 

married 
to Mer- 
vin. 



SirJames Baskervile of =f=Elizabethe, dough- Thomas, 4 sonne. 



Heredisleyinthe conty 
of Hereforde, Knight, 
mar. {d. 1546.) 



ter to John Abrey- 
ton {Breynton). 



Elizabethe, married 
to Senacre Dela- 
bere. 



( 



Walter of Pon- 
triles, a Baster. 



James of Pontriles. 



Tho. 



— I 
Jane 



) 



Ash.831. 



^ Her name was Jane, she mar. Sir John Mervyu of Fountain GifFord, co. Wilts, and died in 1566 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



Sir James IJasker- 
vile of Hardisey 
in theconty of Herc- 
forde, Knight, mar- 
ied Elizabethe, 
doiigliter to Walter 
ViscounteHercforde 
(he (lied a.p. 1573). 



Sir Thomas= 
Baskervile, 
3 sone of 
Brynsope in 
the conty of 
Hereforde, 
mar. 



=Elinor, dough- 
tor and coheire 
of Abiiigton^ 
of Hrokerton 
{Diochhamp- 
ton, cu. Ileri'f.) 



Humfrey {d. 1572), 5 son, mar. 
Elynor, dought^r and heire of 
John Aguilliam of I^nbedre in 
the conty of Radnor. =?= 



r 
John 



1 

Anne, mar. to Wil- 
liam Havard^ of 
Pontwall. 



Sybill, mar. to-f 
Sir Robert a 
'SVliitney of 
Whitney. | 

rn — \ r-r-' 

James. Elizi^betlie, 

Ewstas. lUanclu-. 

Robart. 



John Baskervile of* 
Heredi?ley, secondo 
Sonne, to Sir James, 
maried {d. 1577). 



I 

Thomas. 



■Elizabethe, doughterand soule heire 
to Richartl Hergist of Shenston in 
the county of Hcrcforele (C/iatistone 
in Vowchurch.) 



Humfrey {d. 1587), maried 
ILlizabethe, dougliter to John 
Scudamore of Hom Lacy. 

_T 



Alys. 



Walter Baskervile, 4 
sone of Erdisley, mar. 
Jane, dougliter of Gre- 
vill, and widowe of 
Thomas Thame of Sto- 
vell {Stowell, co. GIok) 
{Tmne of co. Glog.y 
Had. Soc. xxi. 260.) 



Elizabethe, mar. to 
Charles Vaughan of 
Hergist. 



( Walter 
Vmo/hmi. 

' {^Anh 831.) 



Eliz ) 



Elionor, mar. toCharles-f* 
Huys {Hvffhcs) of the 
County of Monmouthe. 



r~i — 
Roger. 



Richard. SybiU. 



William. Waltt'r. Elizabethe. 



John fir^t 
.^onne. 



Katherin. Sybill. Jonc. 



Walter seconde 
Sonne. 



1 

James, 3 

Sonne. 



ISrrgton or ISrangton 

(Of Hereford Mid of Stole Lacy, JR. 260.) 

Harl. 1615, ff. 71*'-73. 

Arms : — Berington. Sa. three greyhounds shdaut Arg. collared Or. 



William Beryton=f=Anne, sister to 
of Shropshire. j John Baldewin. 



^ See Glos. Visitn. (Harl. Soc. xxL 1-94^, and Abington pedigree, p. 2. 

' Havard of Pontwilyto, co. Brecon. History of the Co. Brecon, by Theopli. Jones ii. 129. 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



Thonias=fsJiilvan, doujjhter to Jolin Blakewey 
Beryton. | {Win. lilakmy, HarL 1545.) 



William, 
2 Sonne. 



Robert Beryton.=T=Jone, doughter to Wni. Harle (Harlet/, HarL 1545). 
r ^ 1 



Thomas=jr=Isabell, doughter 
Beryton. to John Sutton. 



Margartt, dougliter, mariod to John 
Brom. {Drome, Harl. 1545.) 



John Beryton.-pEllyn, doughter to 
1 William Pontesbury. 



Richard Beryton. =fAlyce, doughter to ... 

-L. ^ 



Olyver Beryton.=j=... doughter of Thomas ( Win. s.pY 

I Upton of Upton. 

r -■ 

William 'Beryton=^(Esthery syster to William Dometon'' 



{of Hereford.y 



{d. to Sr. Wm. Doinnton, Ash. 831.) 



Thomas=j=. . . doughter of Bydlyke 



Beryton. 



[Bridlife]2 {Dridllp, Ash 
831) (Bridhjpcy 



Jo]in,=f=Margartt, doughter 
mar. I to Rouland Walwyn. 

B 

Vide page 10. 



[Wm. Bery- 
ton. ]3 



Robert I>eryton (o/=f-Margartt, dougliter 



Hereford Ede, co. 
Heref. Gent.)* 



to Thomas Barton 
{of Weohley).*' 



{2.John.Y 



{3. William' 
of ReadiiKj, 
CO. Berls, 
gent. 



=Eh'z., d. of 
Rich. Lane 
of Choidseye, 
CO. Berks.)* 



Thomas Beryton=pdoughter 
{s. and h.)* {of to John 
Hereford). Parker. 



William Beryton= 
of the cite of 
Hereford. 



=Elizabeth, doughter 
to John Blounte. 



1 

Robart, 2 
Sonne. 
{3. TJiomas^ 
Ash 831). 



( 



1. Thomas^Joliany d. of 



of Strete- 
ley, CO. 
Be)-7iS, 
Gent. 



Rich. Wyer 
of Readinge, 
Yeoman. 



-] — I 

2. Walter. 



3. Ch-isto- 
2>lier. 



Alyce.=Rich. Bid- 
locl'e of 
Arbetfelde, 
CO. Bei'ks, 

Esq. 



Marye.==Thos. Buck- 
lande of 
Readinge, 
Yeoman. 



I r^ 1 — 

Tliomas, Margarett. Alycj 
s. andh. ' 



1 1 1 1 — \ — ; 1 1 

Eiizahetli. Jane. Anne. Kathertn. Maryn. Bridgett. 



All nmnari'ied. 



4 

) 



^ Additions from Blakeway's Shropshire Pedigrees (MS. in Bodleian liibrary). 
^ This is a correction by the later hand. 
^ Added in the later hand. 

* These additions are from the Visitn. of Berks 1566 (Harl. MS. 5867). Ed. by Walter C. 
Metcalfe, F.S.A., and printed in the Genealogist, New Series, Vol. I. No. i. p. 2. 

• This is altered by the later hand into what seems to be Dmcnton. 

C 



10 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



Vide B page 9. 

I 
John Beryton»f=Elynor, doughter to 



{of Stoke Lacij 
Ji. 260.) 



RoulandWyimesley 
{uf Winsh'ij in Hojh', 
IL lU.) 



{Anne.=Johu Mompnei/ 
[o7' Rumwy] of 
Luhley, co. 
Wore. See Vmt. 
of Wore. 1682, 
p. 81.) 



William Bery-=pHloug}iter 



ton, {of Wins- 
ley and Stoke 
Lacy), temp. 
H. 8, niar. to 
Ids 1 wiff,, 
doughter to Sir 
Edwartl Lacon. 



to Jolm 
Kettelby2 
{of Coth- 
eridge).^ 
{2 wife.) 



Hunifrey^=f» 
{of Bisk- 
opston) 2 
8one,niar- 
ied dough- 
ter and 
one of 
theires of 
William 
Gomond. 



1 

Thomas, 3 

Sonne {of 

Much Cow- 

ame.) 

{='Mai'y, 

d. of Tho8. 

Skull.)^ 



Richard lieryton {of Stolce=f 
Lacy), maried doughter and 
heire of Blount of Gryndon. 



John, mar. Joys 
doughter to John 
Kettelby.2 



{Thoina8.=Bai/nard of 
CO. Wilt8.Y 



John. 

I 



{Thomas, who sold Stoke Lucy.) 

[Sicille baynnixl doughter of Robert Baynaixl of Lackam, com. Wiltshr. firet 
maried to Robert White aud after to Thomaa Berytou, com. Hereford.]* 



IBkgn^^ 



{Of Upper Kinshaiii, R. 165.) 

Harl. 615, ff. 65^ 66. 

Arms : — Blayney. Giu a clievron Or, a chief. Erm. 

John Blayney. *=f=pnizabethe, doughter to Richard 
I Wigmore of Lugton {Liicton). 



Richard=j=.Jane, doughter to Sir Harle. 
Blayney. | {Sir John Harley, Ash 831.) 

A 



* Additions from Blukeway's Shropshire Pedigrees (MS. in Bodleian Library). 

* For a pedigree of the Kettleby family of co. Glos., from co. Line. See Harl. Soc, xxi, 260. 
^ Humphrey probably built the Court in Bishopston. According to Robinson (p. 29) he had 2 

sons, John (who d. uumar.) and Thomas who mar. Joyce K., was twice H.S., and died 5 Feb, 
1613. 

* This is added in the later hand. 

^ "John Blayney of MiUneth by indenture of covenats did mary a" 29 H. VI." {Aih. 831.) 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRt; 1509. 



11 



Thomas Blayncy.=f=Jone, doughtor to Griffithc Meredithe 
Vaimhan^ of raduorshire. 



Elynor, Dorathe to 

to John Robard {RohcrU , 
a Knyll. Had. 1545.) 



Alyce. Anne. Mary. 



Jone, to John 
Store. 



John Bleyney of=|=Katherin, doughter to Eliziibethe, Kathcrin, 



over Kynsain in 
the conty of Here- 
ford. 



Lowrens Lodlowe in mar. to Rob- mar. to Morys 
the conty of Salopye. art Coterell. Apprys. 



1 

Jolm. 



Anne. Elizabethe. Elynor. 

For a continuation of this Pedigree, see Burke's Commoners (1838), iv. 632. 



IBbunt 



(Of Grendon Warren, R. 222 ped.) 

Harl. 615, fif. 33^, 34. 

Arms : — Quarterly. 

1 and 4. Blount. Barrrj nebule of six Or and Sa. 

2 and 3. Bridges. ... On a cross Sa. a leoparcFs liecid Arg. 

in tlie, first quarter a trefoil slipped ... 

James Blount {of (r?*enc?ow=j=doughter to Roger Parker 
Warren, co. Hd.) of Lelynghall. 



Roger Blount=pElizabethe, doughter to Sir 



{of Grendon). 



{Robert) a Whitney, Knight. 



( Walter Blount of=j=Mar{jt. d. and h. Thomas Blount=i=doughter and heire of 



Eldersfield,co.Worc. \ of Thos.Clynton.) {of Grendon and 
v|/ Bromyard. ) 

{See Harl. Soc, xxi. 23.) 



Richard a bruges of 
Bridge {Bridge Solers.) 



"Walter Blount=f=Peryn, doughter to 



of the house of 
Gryndon. 



Thomas a barton of 
{Barton in) Webley. 



^ For Vaughan of Tretower, Hergest and Clyro, sea Hist, of the Co. of Brecon hy Theoph. 
Jones 1805, ii. 605, and Vaughau pedigree {post). 



12 VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



Thomas Blount=p«Mary, doughter to [David Bedo 



of Hereforde. 



Lloyd of Montgomeryehire,]^ 



Roger Blount=|=i.vlaiy, doughter to Edmonde^ Blount=Kutherin {d. 1S84), 

2 Sonne {of ' William Beryngton of penbridg in the doughter to Henry 

Grendon.) ofWyne8lo\ve(HYw^- county of Here- Broce of Noke (i5rac« 

ley in Hope u Din- forde (d. J 578.) of the Noke^ in Pern- 
tnore. ) bridge. ) 



T 1 



Richard {d. 1621) 1 sonne [mar. Racliell, Thomas, Elizabethe. 

da. to Richard Smith of Upton in com. 2 sonne. 

Woster.]^ 



r- 



~l 



[Anne," firste da., 4 yeare an" 1596.]^ [Elizabethe,* 2 da., 2 years an» 1596.]^ 
{=Walto2) Brahazon, hr. of E. {=Bichd. Clarke of Wellington, 

of Meat li.) 



IBrtnnton 

( Of Stretton Sugican. R. 262. ) 

Harl. 615, ff. 29^ 30. 

Arms : — ]5reynton. Arg. a chevron bettoeen three martlets Sa. over all a hendlet 
sinister, 

Roger Breynton. (Iioberf,'j' 
Ilarl 15 Vk) I 

r-. -• 

William.-f= 

, J 

Thomas Breynton,-f=<loughter of Harper of 
maried. | Willington {Welliitgtmi). 

A 



J [ ] Added in the later hand. 

» Called Thomas in Ash. 831. 

* Brace of the Noke has a pedigree in the Visit, of 1634. Arms {Az. three ranu pott. Sa. 
horned and hoofed Or.) 

Edmund Brace of Noke. 
I I 

Henry. 

r ■• 

Edward (or Edmund). 

r -■ 

James of Noke, living 1634. 

* By these 2 daus. Grendon Warren was sold. R 129. 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



18 



A 

-J 



John Breynton==Sybill, doughter and one of--=Ri<;hard 
of tlie cyte of theires of Synionde Mylborno Hakelutc. 
Hereford. [xhe d. 1535, see R. 90.) {1st husband.) 



Symonde==Alyes doughter to Elizabethe, niariod 
Breynton. Lewis Gytton {Gat/- to Sir James lias- 
I ton, Harl. 1545.) kervile. 



Isabill, niaried to 
JohnLyngcyji'of 
Sutton. 



Johri Breynton of Strat-=j=Elizabetlie, doughter 



ton in the conty of 
Hereforde. Base sone to 
Symonde. 



to Thomas Smythe 
[Bjradnyll {Crcden- 
hill.) 



John,2 Sonne and 
heire, 3 yeres. 



AVilliam, 



{Jane Li7Uj('n,-=Win. Shelley of 
only dan. and Mididtjrove, 
h., o.K]'. 1010, Sncsex, d. 
mt. 67. 1597.) 



1 

Ainie. 



18riig^5 



{Of the Ley in Weohley. R. 290.) 

Harl. 615, if. 2i\ 25. 

Arms : — Bridges. Arg. on a cross Sa. a leopard's head Or, in tke dexter chief point 
a mullet. 

Symonde Berugges=j=doughter of 
of the leye. Walwyn. 



James Beruges.=j=doughter of Wood of Twynye {Twi/neo 
I Ash. 831) {d. oj Ttciniho, Harl. 1545). 



"Waiter, seconnde=j=Katherin, doughter Henry Brigges=rSybill, doughter 



Sonne, mar. 



of Storky of Cheshr. 
{Starkey.) 



Sonne and 
heire. 



of Bromwiche. 



Vide page 14. 



~I 



I 1 1 1 r 

James, sonne=i=Margarett, doughter Ricliard, Robart, John, Alys. Katherin. 
and heire. j of JohnMonyngton. 2 sonne. 3 sone. 4 sone. 



{Waltei- Bruges, Ash. 881.) 



] He was M.P. for Hdsh. and d. 3 May lf.54. See Liugen ped. R. 179. 
'^ In Stretton Sugwaa Church there is a monument to Mary, wife of John Breinton, and d 
and coh. of Hum. Stichfield of Nelthorpe, co. Oxon, she died 3 Jan. 1622. (R. 262.) 
Harl. 1545, f. 67, gives all the children of John and Eliz. Breynton. 

1. John, mar. d. of Ashfekl and had a son John. 

2. ThoB. 3. Simon. 4. Roger, Parson of Credonhill ; and Wm, 

1. Anne.=l. Thos. BaskerviJe, son of B. of Poutrilas. 

2. Anthony Pembridge, Esq. 

3. Smyth of co. Wore. 

2. Isabell. 3, Catherine. 



14 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



Rowlande, 

seconnde 

Sonne. 



Vidfi A p. 13. 



__, 1^ 

Thomas, John, 
3 Sonne. 4 sonne. 



— -r 1 1 

William, Anjie, Johan, raaried to 

5 soniie. maried to William Whithe 

John Reede. of Norton in the 

conty of Hereford 

(WJ/ythe, Ash. 

831.) 



I  1 1 

James, sonne=pJane, doughter of Symonde, John, 

and heire. James Tomkyns. 6 sonne. 7 sonne. 

. I 



I 1 r 

James, sonne John, William, Mar^'ery. Mary. 

and heire. 2 sonne. 3 sonne. 



1 

Katheriu. 



N.B.— For 2 pedigrees of the Bridgea family, see Harl. Soc. (Qlos.) xxL 210, 233. 



IBromluirl}^ 

{Of Hneford.) 



Karl. 615, fif. 54'', 55. 



Abms : — Bromwich. Or a lion rampant Su. {pittee, Arg. in the dexter chief a 
mullet. 

Crest : — Do. Out of a ducal coronet Or a ww/VcmV head Sa. charged with a 
imdlet. 



Sir John Bromwiche.=^ 

I -" 

Tliomas lhomwiche.=|=^ 

I 

r : ' 

Richaitl Bromwiche, mado=j= 
esquier by prynce Arthur. 



( 



I 

John Brommich.=f^Jane Lluyd. 

I ' 

John.=f'Anne Payne. 

r ' 

John.'fAnne, d. of Nanfant. 



r-rn i i 

I.Richard. ^. James. 



T~r~r 
Olive. 



TT-l 

Joys. 



2. Anthony . 6. Francis. Anne. Sihill. 

3. Roger. Margeinj. Glcmence 



1 

) 



Henry Brom-*^Katlicrin, dough- 
wicke, first ter to Thomas 
sonne, mar. Bronnviche of 
Holme Lacy. 



Katherin, doughter and heire, 
mar. to Thomas Walwin of 
Peterchurche. 



* Addition from Ash. 831. 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



15 



-J 



Tliomns Broniwiche.=j=Klynor, tloughtcr to Jenkyn Pryco of clere 
in the coiity of Radnor {Clijro). 



Anne, mar. Alyce, mar. 
to George to Charles 
Partriche. Rudhall.i 



^ 1 1 

^lary, mar. to Richard Sybill, mar. Jone. 
Parolt (Penvtt of Mure- to Thomas 
ton on Lxujij. Sec R. 287 Leyde. 
ped.) 



I ' 1 

Margarett, doughtei'=f=Richard Bromwiche— l^lynor, douglitcr Katherin, mar. to Leo- 



to William Barkley 
of Hereford. 



of the cyte of Here- to George Ap uard Bunlling {Boul- 
ford, Gent. Henry of Poston. liuf/, Ash. 831.) 



Margarett. 



There is a pedigree of tins family in Harl. Soc. xxi. 29 (GIos.) 



IBnrgbill 



{Of TldncjMll Parva in Withington. R. 308.) 

Harl. 615, ff. 30'', 31. 

Arms : — Quarterly. 

1 and 4. Burghill. Pali/ of sLv Arg. ami So. a bend Gu. 

2 Or a cross quartpv jjievced Az. 

3 Purp. a chevron between tliree garbs Or Imnded Gu. 

Ckbst : — Burghill. A lion's head erased Arg. 



Thomas Burg-=j=doughter and heire 



hill. 



to Hursley. 



Willliam=j=Peryn, doughter to Thomas 
Burghill. Walwyn of Helyn. 



John Burghill.=j=Anne, doughter to Hughe Bulfynche and 
j syster and heire to John Bulfynche. 



» Of Rudhall. See R. 35, 244 ; and Sims' Index, p. 123. 



16 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



Jone, doughter' 
to John Bawd- 



= William Burg- 
hill, second 
Sonne. 



rn II"- 

Isabell. Ursulle. 



Jane. Alis. 



»Anne,dought<*r Roulande Burg-=^ one, dough 



to Thomas Hill, 
first wiff. 



hill, sone and 
heire. 



1 *--| 1 1 

Elizabethe. Joyes. Anne. Mary. 



r-\ — 
George. 

John. 



Elizabeth,>T»Thoma.s Burghill of=pAnne, doughter 



doughter 
to Brad- 
docke. 



Riciiard. 



Lyttill Thynghill 
in the countj' of 
Hereford, J^uier. 

John. 



to Henry Pavy 
of Somersett- 
shire. 



Rowlande, 
Sonne and 
heire, being 
14 olde. 



William, 
2 Sonne, 
being 13 
yere olde. 



(iylbert, 
3 Sonne, 
being 12 
yere olde. 



— — , r- 

John, Anne. 

4 Sonne, 
being 10 
vote olde. 



ter to John 
Lynche. 



I I I 
Jone. 



Mergery. 
Phillipe. 



Richard, 
2 Sonne. 



Marv. 



Jone. 



{Of Eoxc Caj>eU. R. 150.) 

Harl. 615, ff. 27^ 28. 

Arms : — Capell impaling Washboume. 
Capell, quarterly. 

1 and 4. Capell. Cheqtiy Or and Az. on a jew Gu. three mascles Arg. 

2 and 3 Per /ess Arg. and Vert, three leeks cmirvterchanged. 

Washboume, guarterh/. 

1 and 4. Washboume. Arg. oh a Jess between six martlets Gu. three 
quaf re foils Arg. 

2 Emi. a rJiief Ixirn/ sinister of tfix Or and Gu. 

3 Gil. a fess and in chief two mtdlets Arg. 

(WilliamC(jipel.=Y=Alice, d. and coh. of ^^ 
I Riciiard Gyhons. \ 

r ^ J 

Thomas, living 1450. ^ 

i 

r -J 

George Caijell. -pdoughter of Scudamore. 

A 

> Duneumb's Herefordshire, ii 354, 366. See also Harl. 1545, £. 16^. 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRK 1569. 



ir 



"William Capell of=j=Margartt, tloughtor of Whittin^'ton 



Howe Capell. 



{(if iyof,('r><-I{ope, c.o. lid. and)- of 
Panley {Paiiiiflei/, Glm.) 



Thomas Capell, soniui, 
ami lieire {d. 1559.) 



E(lwarde=f=Alyce, doughter to 



Capell. 



{William, d. s.p. Nov. 10, 1577).'^ 



I 

Roger, 

2 Sonne. 



Edwarde, 
3 Sonne. 



William, 
4 Sonne. 



John, 
5 Sonne. 



Godyer ( Goodi/ere, 
Ash. 831.) 



Cristofer,^ 
6 Sonne. 



1 

Ciystian, 

7 Sonne. 



Richard Capell of Howe=f=Mylbor()Ughe, doughter to Anthonny SybelL 



Capell in the conty of 
Hereforde {buried, at Led- 
Imvy, May 4, 1601.)'^ 



Washebornne of Bosbery in the conty 
of Hereforde {mar. at Bosbury 
1568.) 



I — 

(1. Richa 
h. 1569. 



1. Richard ,=j=Elecnora, 
d. of Thos. 
Clarl.-e of 
Hereford. 



~1 — I — I 

2. Anthony, h. 157^. 

3. Edicard, h. 1578. 

4. Ror/er, h. 1580. 



~i — rT— 1 
Joyce, h. 1576.=Edw. Hall. 

Alice, b. 1577. 

Mary, h. 1583. 

Ann,h. 1586, d. 1600. 



Thomas of ffo/r=f=Syh/l, d. of Malnlhi. 



1 

Dorothy. 



Capel, liviny 
1640. 



Sir John 
Kyrle, Bt. 



Benedieta. 



1. Kyrle, 
o.s.p. 



2. Ed/card, sold 
How Cax>el circ. 
1677. 



Frances. 
Elhior, h. 1626. 



1 — I 

Phi/ippa. 

Hester, h. 1632. 



) 



(Imi or ^ttsilt 

{Of Alter ynnis in Walterstone. R. 282.) 

HarL 615, ff. 28^ 29. 
Arms : — Quarterly. 

1 and 4. Cecil. Barry of 10 ; over all six escutcheons, 3, 2 and 1, charged 
with as many liims rampt. {no colours yiven). 

2. Thomas. Per p)ale Gn. and Az. an oak tree ppr. supported on the sinister 

side by a lion ramp. Arg. 

3. Echington. Sa. a plate between three castles Arg. 

Crest : — Cecil. A garb Or. banded Ga supported by two lions rampd. the dexter 
Az. the sinister Arg. 



* For a pedigree showing his descendants, see Harl. Soc. xxi, 36 (Qlos.), and Sir Thos. Phillipps' 
Pedigrees, which bring Christopher's descendants down to 1796; and Duncumb's Herefordshire, 
iL 354, 366, from which the additions - are taken. 



D 



18 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



^Turbervile was Loi'd of Coijtiffe 
and Kynhvoell. 



Robert ScycAlt, son of 
Sr. De Turbervile of 
Coi/tijfe. 



Sir Tu'jis (le Valence, K. , 
son of ,Sr. Tei/ns de Va- 
lence in France. 



Adam, son of 
Robert. 



Gilbert, son of Sr. 
Tiens de Valence. 



John St/silt, Sim 
of Adam. 

J , 



Yeban Wi/nfton (Harl. 
See. xxi. 188.) 



Sicilt. (2.) Gilbert.'-f{d. of John 

I Wyiuston \ Abrahidl, Kt.) 

Thomas Scycilt {mar.^Maud, h. to 



(/.) John caled 
Wyniton. 

. I 



circa 1450.) 



Philip Scytcilte. 



Watkins Wynston 
Gilbert. {of Excyas, co. Hd, ) 

L 

Maud, d. of Philip Ivan. 



David Sycill, 
2 Sonne, {d. 

loU-) 
I , 



Richaixl^-^Marjjiirtt, d. of PhilliiH) 
Seycille. j Vaughan of Tillpglast*.^ 



1 
John. 



I 

Thomas'^ 
Wyndon. \ 
, 1 



Piiillipe=pMa\vde, d. 
Seycille. of Thomas. 



Wathins^Muwd, d. of 



Wynstun. 



Meredith Ap 
Muryan. 



Riciiard Sysill 
{d. 1587.) 



John Seycille-^Mawdc, or Eliz., d. of 



^ 



{d. lool.) 



1. «wfer=f=Sir William=^. Mildred, 



to Sr. 

John 

Clieeke. 



I 

Sr. Tho. 
Secill, Kt. 



Sycill, Kt., 
Lord treso- 
rer, 1591 (b. 
13S'p.l520) 
{Baron of 
Bni-ley.) 



d. to Sr. 
Anthony 
Cooke, Kt. 



Thomas 
Sycille, 
maried the 
doughter of 
Dighton {of 
CO. Wore.) 



Watkins Wynston. 



Philipe, 
3 Sonne. 



-T~l 

Alyce, maried 
to Elexander. 

Ma wde, maried 
to William 
Morgon. 



I 

Elizabethe. 



Jane. 



William Seycille of Hall Regis,=^01yve, d. of Steven Ap Henry 
otherwise called in Walshe Allt of ^loryngton {Morehampton). 
yv ynys {tiviny I084.) \ 

 • H \ 1 

JNIawde. Anue. Katherin. 



Maijiartt. 



J one. 



N.B. — That part of the above pedigree wich is iu itilics and is not enclosed in brackets is 

from Ashmoleiin MS. 831. 



* For the Turberville family, see the very full i^edigrees in Clark's " Gerfealogies of Morgan 
and Glamorgan," pp. 447-463. 

' This generation is missed out in HarL See. xxi. 180. 
8 See Sir Thos. Phillipps' Glamorganshire Pedigiees, 39. 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



19 



(fljipptnbam 

{0/ Hvrc/onL) 



Harl. 615, ff. 48M9. 



Arms : — Chippenham. Gu. on a c/tcvron, between three dolphins embowed, their 
tails in their mouths, An/, an Ermine spot Sa. 

Henry Chippenham. =j= 



Nycholas Chippenham (o/^Elizabethe, doughter to Hughe 
Roicsmane, Harl. 15J^5.) Harman (of Wales, Harl. 1545,) 

, T- : -^ -, 

William Chippen- HenryChippenham,=j=Mary, doughter to Wm. Sybill, mar. 



ham, 2 sone. 



of the cyte of Here- 
ford, mar. 



Burghill of Litell Thin- to Ricliard 
giU(m Withinjton.) Foxall. 



Elizabethe, mar. to ThomasAtkinson of Notingham 
(Harl. 1545 makes Eliz. sister to Henri/.) 



Clgttton 



(Of Cast led itch in Eastnor. I?. 110 ped.) 

HarL 615, ff. 11'^ 12. 

Arms : — Quarterly. 1 and 4. Clynton. Paly of six Or and Az. a clievron, Erm. 
2 and 3 J^er pale indented Az. and Or. 



Ivo de Clynton,=j=(^^??fts*, h. to Sr. John Ivo de Clintone in the 9 Arms:— Paly of six 



Knight. 



Penrys,^ Ash. 831.) 



I 



Ivo de Clynton (^^=1= 
9 Ed. l,Ash. 831.) 



John Clynton. =f= 



of E. 1, and Agnes, 
doughter to John Pen- 
res. 



a fess.... 



Robert de Penres, sone Arms : — Per pale in- 
and heire to Sir John dented, 

penres the 6 of K 2. 



Robart Clynton. =f doughter. 



Robert de Penres, Arms: — Ditto. 
Knight, sone and heire 
to John penres decimo 
of E. 3. 



* For Penrice of Penrice in Qower, see Clark's " Genealogies of Morgan and Glamorgan," p. 499. 



D' 



20 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, U69. 



A 

-J 



John= 
Clynton. 



=Alys, doughter to Richard 
Whitington of Starton 
{Stanton, Ash. 831.) 



Williaiii=y=Eliza1)ethe, doughter to 



Clynton 
{d. 1536.) 



I 

Margarett 

Clynton, 



r-r 



Sybill Clynton. 
Anne Clynton. 



Foulke Walwyn, Escjuier 
{Fitzwaren, HarL 1545.) 



Sir John Clynton and 
Williiun iiis sunne 49 
yeie of his raigne of 
E. 3. 

Wilh'ani <le Gnindissono 
and Scibill his wift", 
sans date, wherein Ivo 
de Clynton was a wit- 
nes. 



Arms : — On a chief 
two mullets. 



Arms:— Paly of six 
on a bend three 
eagles displayed. 



r.iigett 
Clynton. 



1 

lilanche. 



Elizabethe. Ely nor. 



1 

Alys. 



John Clynton,=Margery, doughter 

seconde sonne. toSaunders(6''a//r/^'«, 

Harl. 15Jf5) {lie wax 

hur. 13 Doc. 1579, 

she... 10 Sop. 1008.) 



—-\ 

Eihvarde 
Clynton, 
thirde 
Sonne. 



Guy Clynton, 
forthe sonne, 

a ]>r('st. 



Thomas Clyu-^ 
ton of Estnor 
in the county 
of Hereford, 
Esquier (d. 
1575.) 



"Margery, dough- 
ter to Richard 
Tracy of To<ling- 
ton in the county 
of Glostcr, Y£- 
quier {Harl. Soc. 
xxi. 105.) 



Richard 
Clynton, 
luaried the 
doughter 
of Pvgott. 



"\Villian),=(A/ar// 
ainv>(t(/^ Plfjott, 
(if £rtt>t- hur. 21 
nor, hur. May, 
8 Mail, 1577.) 
1501.) 



Frauncis 
Clynton, 
sonne and 
heire. 



1 

Saniuell 

Clynton, 

seconde 

sonne 

{o.a.p.) 



Margarett, niaried 
to James Chauncy 
of Asheburton in 
the county of 
Hert'forde ( utd. 
12 Aiiij. 1505.) 



Mylborjwe, 
niaricd to 
Gabriel 1 
Rede'(/.vvA 
1013, shr d. 
1614) 



__l 

Elizabethe, 
maricd to 
AVilliam 
Holme {md. 
20 Ap. 
1567.) 



(Ivo Clynton, bap. 12 June 
1676, living 1602, o.s.p.) 



William, 
R. 189 n. 



Mary ,2 maried 
to Edwarde 
Hygyns {of 
Eantnor, md. 
21 Am 1. 1563, 
for their des- 
cendants, see 
It. 110, ped.) 



Croft 



{Of Croft Castle. Ji. 81 ped,) 

Harl. 615, fF. 7^, 8. 

Arms: — Quarterly. 1 and 4. Croft. Quai-terly, indented pei- fet^s Az. and An/, in 

the first quarter a lion passant (juardunt Or. 

2 and 3. Skull. Gu. a bend between six lions^ heads erased Arg. 
Crofte : — "His crest a wy verne dragon, volant Sa. wounded behind the lift legg g., 

tayle as nowed.*-^ 

Sir Hughe Croft, Knight. 



* Reed of Bronsill in Eastnor, see R 109. 

" She mar. 2 Richard Skinner of Ledbury (d. 1608), see Skinner ped., R 235. 

^ This is wiitten in the later hand. 



VISITATION OF liKREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



21 



Sir llugho Croft, Knight. 



"William Croft, maryed= 
{/winr/ 14S3.) 



=Margarett, doughter to Walien 
{Waleyn, Ash. S-Jl) {Wnlwi/n.) 



Sir Richard= 
Crofte,somie 
of AVilliain 
{d. 1500.) 



Anne, maried 
to Sir Thomas 
Blount [of 
Kinlet.) 



=Elynor, dough-=Sir Ilugho 
tcr to Sir John Mertymer, 
Bare. Knight, 

{MorrhiKW, 
Ash. 831.) 



Richard Croft, 
maryi'd Agnes 
doughter to 
Fox {he (L 
1501). 



Agnes, niari'jd to 
Domallon (Philip 
Dom nlfuii of 
lirochhamjiton, 
bia: nt Bvcm- 
i/anJ. ) 



Elizabethe, 
to John 
Wetingtou 
( WliitiiKj- 
ton, Ash. 
■831.) 



John, 



Joys, maried 
to Thomas 
Mylles (of 
Avenhtirij) 
(Myll, Ash. 
831.) 



Jane, to Sir 
Ed ward e 
Darell (of 
TJttli'coto, 
Wilts.) 



1 

Kobart. 



I 

Sir Ed\varde= 
Croft, maried 
(d. 15. 'A) 



Thomas Croft, 
maryed(o.s-p.). 



=Joys, dougliter and soule heire to Sir 
Walter Scoule of the Holte in Wos- 
tershir (5/.-«//, Ash. 831.) 



1 

Sybill, to Sir 
llerbert (of co. 



George 
Mourn.) 



(ieorge, a 
prest (It. 
of Snpcij 
1523.) 



Elynor, maried to 
Thomas Scryven 
(of I roydeslcii, 
Salop. ) 



Elizabeth, 
married to 
James Vaug- 
han (of llar- 

il>\if.) 



J 



Anne, maried 
to John Harle 
(mar. 1502 to 
John Harh'ij 
of Biamjdon 
Ijiian.) 



Richard Croft^Katherin, doughter to 
(d. 1562.) I Sir Richard Herbert 
of Mongomery. 



Richard, 
dyed sans 
yssue. 



Joys, maried 
to Sir Henrye 
Owen (of Mid- 
hurst, Sicssex.) 



Margarett, maried 
to John Apryce (o/ 
Clun, Saloj}.) 



Thomas 
Croft. 



John Croft, 
died at Bolyn 
( fJoulofpie, 
o.s.p.) 



Edwarde, died 
at Bolyn (Bou- 
logne, o.s.p.) 



to 



Joys, maried 
Sir Thomas gam^ 
age^ (of Coytij, co. 
Glam. ) 



Sir James= 
Croft (d. 
1590.) 



=Alys, '^doughter 
to Richard 
Warnecombe 
(of Iciwjton.) 



Anne, maried to 
Thomas Dallaway 
(Ddaioarre, Ash. 
831.) 



1 

Sybill, maried to 
Edwarde Randolf, 
seconde to John 
Hastings. 



^ For the Gamage family, see Sir Thos. Phillipps' Glam. Pedigrees, 4, 44, See also a very full 
and interesting account of the family in Clark's " Genealogies of Morgan and Glamorgan," p. 
388. 

" Ash, 831, says that Alice was widow of Wm. Wigmore and had a son Thos, Wigmore. 



22 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



I 

EJwaide Croft, 

Sonne and heire 
maried Anne, 
doughter and 
heir(; of Drowne 
of Suff'. {he d. 
1601, she d. 
1675 ) .^ 



John, seconnde 



James, thirde 
Sonne. 



Frauncis 

f<);the 

Sonne. 



Elynor {d. 1569), 
married to John 
Scudamor ( of 
Horn Lacy.) 



Herbart .Croft 
{eldest SMI.) 



Margarett {d. 
1609), maried 
to William 
Rudhall {E. 
35, 2U.) 



Riciiard {bap. 
8 Aug. 1560.) 



Mary. 



— I 
Alys. 



JBabntun 

{Of Bedinarley, co. Worcester.) 

Harl. 615, ff. 42^ 43. 

Abms : — Dabitot. Per pale Git. and Or three roundels counterehanged. 



William- 
Dabyton. 



John Dabyton. =j=doughter. 



I 



Edwarde Dabyton=^Anne, doughter 



of Rede Maryle 
Lee Dabytot. 



to Daunsey. 



I 1 1 1 

John Osborne, Sybill. Eliza be the. 

Dabyton. 2 sonne. 



This family also appears in the Visitns. of Worcestershire, see Sims' Index, p. 308. For an 
early pedigree of this family, beginning with — Galfrid de Abbetott miles Dom's de Rudmerley, 
and ending with — Wm. Dabbetott, H. 7^Margaret, see HarL Soa, xii. 136 (Warwickshire). 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



23 



launs^g 



{Of Brimop. R. ^5 ped.) 



Harl. 615, ff. 56^ 57. 



Arms : — Quarterly. 

1 and 4. Dauncey. Barnj wavi/ of six, Arg. and Gu. 

2. Delamare. Qr three bars danceitee Gu. 

3, Cry toft al. Criktoft. Az. on a cross engrailed Sa. jioe escallops Arg. 



( 



JoJm Dauntesei/. 

I 

Sir John 16 R. 2. 



) 



I iHarl. 1545. 

Walter. 



John Daunsey {op 
cos. Wilts and Hd.) 



John Daunsey.=f=doughter and one of tlieiresof Cry toft. ^ 



Thomas Daunsey {2 E. /F.)=|= 



John Daunsey .=f=doughter of Pary of New {Eliy..= Walter Apliarnj.) 
Court {in Bacton. R. 19.) 



{Anne. ) 



{Blanch. 
=Giles 
Welford 
of Wis- 
taston. ) 



John l)aunsoy=jpJane, doughter and heire 
of Brynsoppe j to Nycholas Delanier of 



in the conty of 
Hereforde(i?i5'. 
p.m. 28 Sep. 
15S3) 



Woodhampton {in Little 
Hereford) in the conty of 
Hereford {Imj. p.m. 36 
H. 8.) 



1 See Robiusou's Castles of-Hdsh., 106-108 



24 



YLSITATIOX OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



Thomas Dauiisey,= 
Bonne uiid lieire, 
mariod {il. 1578). 



'Sybill, d()ii<,'liter John Daunsey of=Margarett, doughter to 
to John Scuda- Wcmbton in the Thomas a Morgon of 
more of Hame conty of Hereford Arkston^ in the conty of 
{Hoin Lucy.) (Wehfoii in Mad- Hereford {Arkeston in 

ley.) Kingston.) 



William, 
2 Sonne. 



James, 
3 Sonne. 



1 

Thomas. 
4 Sonne. 



: 1 

Symonde, 
5 Sonne. 



Ricliard, 
6 Sonne. 



John, 
7 Sonne. 



I -^ -r 

John Daunsey,^Elynor, doughter to Abington,^ after to. Uizabethe. 

son and heire. Sir Thomas {James, Ash. 831) IJasker- 



ville 
I 



Jane. 



Thomas Daunscy, soneand lieire {o.s.p.) 



\tVcihtxt 



(Of Kinnei'sleij and Tibberton. 



See Hurl Soc. (Glos.) xxi. 40. J 

Harl. 615, ff. 10^ 11. 



■'^RMS : — Quarterly of six. 

1 and 6. Delabere. Az. a bend cottised between six maHlets Arg. 

2. Kynardislej'. Az. a lion rampant between seven crosses crosslet Arg. 

3. Chabnor. C^u. on a chief Arg. three martlets Sa. 

4. Barre. Gu. three fxirs compoinj Arg. and Sa. 

5. (/ Pciiibn'dgc.) Barry of six Or and Az. a Umd Gti. 

Crest : — Oid of a ducal coronet Or a plume of feathers party per pale Arg. and Az. 



Sir Richard Delabere 
of Kvnardislev. 



Sir Kynard=f=Jone, doughtei"=Sir William 



Delabere. 



to Sir Thomas 
Barre, and one 
of theires of 
her brother Sir 
John. 



Catysby {of 
CO. North ton, 
2 hus. Harl. 
1545.) 



John 
Delabere 
of Web- 
ley. 



A doughter, 
mar. to 
Blounte of 
Kynlett. 



{Sibyl, ux. Walter 
Bufford, Harl. 1545.) 



1 

. . . mar. 

to Corne- 

waill of 

Burton. 



1 For pedigree of Morgan of Arkeston, see Clark's " Genealogies of Morgan and Glamorgan," 
p. 258. 

' Ric. Abingdon of Brockhampton (Harl. 1545.) 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



25 



Sir Ricliard=f=Elizabothe,i doughter to William Morrys 



Delabere, niav. 



I 

Thomas DeIa-=douyhter to 

here, sone and Sir Thomas 

heire, sans Inglefelde. 

yssue. 



{Norrri/s, Glos. Visit. 1623, p. 49.) 



1 

(A dou. 
=Thox. 
Bi'.rinfjton, 
Harl 15/^5. 



r 



George Delabere,'=i=SybilI, doiiijliter to Thomas 
mar. Wahvin of Helling [Hellens 

in Much Murcle.) 

T 



I 1 

Richard, Thomas, 

sans yssue. 3 sone, 

sans yssue. 



1 

James, 

sans 

yssue. 



Sanacre, 
sans 

yssue. 



William, Richard 

sans yssue. Delabere, 

died sans 
yssue. 

1 

Sanacre {d. l'''>51), mar. 

Elizabcthe doughter to Sir 

James Baskervile. 

William, {Only dan. and h. 
sans Elizabeth. 

vssue. =Sir Michael? 

Lyster,A.-<h.831) 



\ r 



John Delabere, =i=Sybill, dough- Elizabethe, 



Sonne and heire 
of Tyberton in 
the county of 
Hereford, mar. 



ter to John 
Scudamore of 
Holme Lacy. 



Aunc 



J one, mar. 
to Thomas 
Apmerick. 



Kynavd, raaried 
the doughter to 
Sir John Hur- 

leston.3 



I 

(Blanch. 

=John Perks, 

O.S.J)., see Perks 

ped. R. Jf.1.) 



Kynard, 
Sonne and 
heire. 



i 



John, {2.) 'R\c\\Q.vdi=Margaret,d. (if 

[o.s.p.) (of Sotdham, NewmanofBel- 

co. Glos. o.s.p. ling ton in co. 

1637. Wore.) 



1 

IClizabethe 

{oh. iinmar.) 



(For a continucdion of this pedigree, see Visit, of Glos. 
1682-3, ed, by Fenwick and Metcalfe, p. 56.) 



JBntom 0r Intones 

(Of Little Hyde.f 

Harl. 615, ff. 35^ 36. 

Arms: — Downes.^ Az, a stag, lodged, Arg. charged on the shoulde)' with a mullet \Sa.^ 

Roger Downe,=i=Jenett, 
als. Downes. I doughter to 

A 



1 Eliz., dau. of William Mores, Serg. of the Hall to K H. 7. Visit, of Glos, 1682-3, p. 56, 
(d. of Wm. Moryce, Ash. 831.) 

» He died 1551. 

^ Kinard.=Eliz., d. of Sr. John Hudleston, Knt, of Milhom in Combland (HarL 1545.) See 
Sims' Index, p. 58. 

* There are places called Upper and Lower Hide in the township of Hide, in the parish of 
Leominster. 

5 Downes, Thomas, of Staunton on Wye, Sheriff 178^. Same Arms. Stronjf's Heraldry of 
Herefordshire, p. 46. The Arms are also the same as thf).«e of Downes of Cheshire, of which this 
is probably a laranch. See Ormerod's Cheshire, iii. 77.'>, 781. 

E 



26 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 15G9. 



John Uowiie,=i=Aime, doughter to John Hyde of 
alfi. Dovnes. Tewkesbury and one of his heires. 

Jone, doughter of-f* William Downe, als.^Wizabethe, doughter of 



Cromp, 2 wiff. 



I — 
John. 



Downes, mar. 



J 



John Wamecombe. 



Jone. Frauucis Downe, als.'y^Elizabethe, doughter of William 

Downes of Lyttill I Duke of Castill Jordeyn (Castill 
hyde, mar. in Junlan, Had. 15J^.) 

I 1 7~l 7T 1 1 

Thomas, sone, and Edwarde, Edmonde, William, Anthony, Katherin. 

heire {of Hyde Par- 2 sone. 3 sone. 4 sone. 5 sone. 

m, Harl. 1U2.) 



AfiMet 



(Blt0U 

{Of Ledbury. R. 168.) 

Hurl. 615, fl-. 46^ 47. 

-Elton. Pdly of nix Or and Ou. on a beml Sa. three mullets oftliefirat. 

William Elton {descciided of Elton of^{Sybi'llj d, of Royar WiUe 
Elton in com. Center, Harl. 1545.) I of Dymock, Glots.) 



V 

V 



{John Elton,Cano7i 
of Sai'tim, Arch- 
dcacvn of Hd.) 



1. Margarett,-^ William Elton^2. Margery, doughter of 



doughter to I {of Ledbury, d. 
John Carewe. 1558, bur. at 
I Ledbury.) 
J 



Leyghton of Plashe {co. 
Salop, by Dorothy d. of 
Sir Tho8. Lacon.) 



Anne, mar. Elizabethe, 
to Rychard mar. to 
Wyllason. Richard 
Seybome. 



Anthony»^Alyce, doughter 



Elton of 
Ledbery 
in the 
county 
of Here- 
ford {d. 
1587.) 



( 



n 

1. Ambrose Elton. 



to John Scuda- 
more of Kent- 
churche in the 
conty of Hei-e- 
ford {see pedi- 
gree R. 155.) 



rn n 

Rowland, SybelL 

2 sone. — 
— Anne. 

Peter, 

3 Sonne. 



2. Ambrose Eltow^Jane, d. of Sr. Edw. 



S. Thomas Elton, 
Doctor of ... 



of the hasell in 
com. Hd. {in Led- 
bury.) 



Aston of Tichsall in 
com. Staff. Kt 



Elton, s. and h. 19 daughters, living 1618. 



1 

) 



N.B. — See A Genealogical Account of the Mayo and Elton families, by Rev. C. H. Mayo; 
London, Cbas. Whittingham, and Co., Cliiswick Press, 1882. See also pedigree of Elton in Sir 
Thomas Phillipps' Genealogia, 1840-1871. 



1 Additions from Harl. MS. 1545, 1 44. 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



27 



{Of WooUon in Wellington. R. 285.) 

Harl. 615. ff. 13^ U. 

\^AU the Evesham jJedir/rees are in the later hawf.] 

Arms : — Evesham. Az. on a bend Or. three Muors^ heads couped at the shoulders Sa. 
Crbst : — A Moor's head couped at tlie shoidders ppr. ivearing " a moriscoe tuck," Or. 



Evesham, 



T 



Evesham.' 



I 

Evesliaiu. 



Willm. Evesliam, lield the mantion house of Wootton=f= 
in the p'ishe of Wellington and com. of Hereford. | 



I 

Robert 
Evesham. 



Joane 
Evesham 
maried to 



4. Thorn as Evesham, 
held the Chantry 
ground against ye 
churche of Welling- 
ton, 4 son, and had 
issue, Hughe, &c. 
(see 4th Pedigree.) 



^ — I 

3. Edmond Evesham 
of Burghope and of 
the courte of Wel- 
lington, 3 son, had 
issue divers sons 
and doghters {see 
3rd Pedigree.) 



William Evesham, held= 
the mantion house on the 
south side of ye churche 
in ye parishe of Welling- 
ton, and died 1567 at ye 
age of 90 yeres. 



Thomas Hill= 
of Felton in 
the countye 
of Hereford, 
had ij wy ves. 



I 

=Ales, doghter of 
Willm. Evesham 
first wife to Tho- 
mas Hill, and died 
sans issue, buryd 
at Felton. 



=Margery, eldest doghter and one 
of the coheires of John Rode^ of 
Pembridge in the com. of Here- 
ford, she died 1562 of the age of 
95 yeres. " Rode bereth Argent 
ij quaterfoillies slipt Vert a chef. 
Sa." 



2, Watkin 
Evesham of 
Crednill, 
Lyde and 
Moorton, 2 
son, had is- 
sue one son 
and 3 dogh- 
ters {see 2nd 
Pedigree.) 



Richard Farley, son and=7= Joane, doghter of 



heier of John Farley 
of Wellington's Hall in 
Wellington, seconde son 
of {John, Harl. 15 45'', 
Farley, of Bosbury 1591. 



Willm. Evesham, 
mar. to Richard 
Farley and have 
issue 1591. 



Hurafrey Farley. 



E' 



1 (Eodd. R.24:2'ped.) 



28 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



A 

-J 



William Evesham of Wellington,^ 
held the mantion aforesaid after 
his father, he died in London 1 2 
of June 1584, of thage of 65 yeres, 
buried in St. James Churche in 
Mark Lane. 



John Evesham eldest son, maried 
Margett Webbe of Gloster, living 
1591. I 

r -" 

Robert Evesham, 1591. 



Ales Evesham 
to Robert Wil- 
shire, living in 
London 1591. 



John^ Evesham 
the younger, of 
London. 



Jane, doghter of Alexander Haworthe of 
IJurghope hall in the pish, of Wellington, 
she died iu child bed ye yere after the 
vysting of the Erles of Northebld. and 
Westmerland, buryed in Harden. 



James 
Evesham, 
di(Hl young, 
buryed in 
Wellington. 



Alexander^ Evesham 
of London, holdeth- 
the mantion house 
called Sutton Courte 
1591. 



— ;-T 

Richard 
Evesham 
of Lon- 
don. 



Wiilm. Evesham, 
christened by the 
name of John, 
and died young, 
buried at Sutton. 



1 

Mergeret 
Eveshan, 
died 
young. 



1 
Humfrey 


1 
JohnEvesliara, 


1 
Blainche, 


1 
Margery 


r 
Robert 


Epiphan 


Evesham, 


borne with 


Evesham 


Evesham 


Evesham 


Evesliam 


died 


Blainche, died 


of Lon- 


of Lon- 


of Lon- 


of Lon- 


young. 


young, buried 
at Marden. 


don, 1591. 


don, 1591. 


don,1591. 


don, 1591 



This crest or badge was coufirmed to Willni. Evesham, father to Alexander and to his 
posteryty for ever by Sir Gylbert Dethick, Knight, ala. Garter principal] King at Armes and 
regestered in hia books of confirmations 1578. 

Crest; — A Moor's head side-faced ppr. in a helmet Or. 

Here Willm. evesham cinarterethe father and mother's cote [viz., Evesham aud Rode given in 
trick colored with the crest.] 



1166. 
1204. 
1208. 
1218. 



1270. 
1281. 
1286. 
1287. 



[On f. 13'' occur these notes.] 

Adam Evesham was Abbot of Evesham Abbey 13H. 21 jjuniiz-n. •? 

Water Evesham was Abbot of Evesham 6 of K. John | '^'^^ ^^ ^« « Chronicle. 
Water Evesham, elected Archbushop of Canterbury 10 K, John, by records of the tower. 
Thomas Evesham, examined and subscribed his name to a charter of pryveledges 

confirmed to the Abbot of Evesham 3 H. 3, the wch. charter is in the hands of 

Alexander Evesham. 
Helias Evesham, Abbot of Evesham 55 H. 3. Per Bale's Chronicle. 
John Evesham, Knight of the Rodes 10 E. 1. Per liecords of ClerkenwelL 
Hughe Evesham, Doctor of Phissick 15 E. 1. Per Bale's Chronicle 
Hughe Evesham, a Cardinall 16 E. 1. Per Bale's Chronicle. 



^ This Alexander traveled Fraixnce, Norway, &c., and after lyved in Courte. The foresaid crest 
was coufirmed also to the said Alexander Evesham and his posterity by the said King at Armes 
1578. 

* This John Evesham hath traveled to Egipt and to the Est and West Indies and many other 
parts of the world. 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



29 



1288. 



1342. 



1342. 
1347. 
1350. 



1352. 

1354. 
1360. 
1361. 

1366. 



1324. 



1500. 

1537. 
1560, 
1591. 



John Evesham, com. Norhampton, witness to a dede made to Wilhn. by tlie grace of Qod 
Abbot of Evesham 17 E. 1, which dede was made by Sir Robert de Danever, Knight, 
and the copy remayning in the hands of Alexander Evj^lmm l.'iOl. 

Dom. Thomas Evesliam of Weston Underegge held the same nianer in ye com. of Uloster 

17 E. 3, as by inquisicion recorded in the tower. Copies remayning with Alexander 
Evesham 1591. 

John Evesham his son, 40 yeres of age at the dethe of his father by the same records. 

William Evesham of London '21 E. 3, by like inquisition. 

Alice Evesham, his first sister, niaried to ... Shepperd of NeMieiton, com. Worster, and 

had issue Emma, lo yeres old, muried to Ricluud Higon of wike nere preshore {Perihore, 

CO. Wore.) as by the like inquisition, 25 E. .'5. 
Editha Evesham, his 2 sister, maried to ... Ileynes of Nethcrton and had issue Emma 

of, 3 yeres old at the tyme of the same inquisicion. 
Symon Evesham, Clark, gave lands to ye churche of Stanlack, com. Oxford, as by inquiss. 

27 E. 3. 
John Evesham, lyved 29 E. 3, scda. pai-s per record of ye tower. 
John Evesham, witnes to a dede 34 E. 3, as in Renold Chaniberlen's boke, fo. 185. 
Thomas liuche [or ? linclie] of Evesham of 30 yeres old, found next heir to Wm. Evesham 

of London afore named, 26 E. 3, as by inquisition. 
John Evesham escheU)r of Oxfordsh. 40 E. 3, as per Renold Chaniberlen's boke, fo. 300. 
Evesham, prior of Woster and buryed in the northe pt. of Woster churche, by Urso 

Abtot (no date given. J 
Thomas the son of John Evesham of goldicote in the com. of Woster gave lands in the 

18 yere of Edward the second 1324. The dede reniayneth in the co'rte of augmentacion. 
John Evesham, witnes to a dede of lands by evesham, sans date, remayning there also. 
Willm. Evesham, lyved in Wellington about A° 16 H. 7, 1500, and 22 H. 7, as ye records 

of the rolles at London. 
Willm. Evesham, his son, lyved there 29 H. 8, 1537. 
Willm. Evesham, his son, lyved there 3 P^liz., 1560. 
John Evesham, his son, lyveth 33 Eliz. 1591. 



Hail. 615, f. 15. 

Arms : — Az. on a hencl Or three Moors^ heads couped at the shoulders Sa., in the 
chief point a crescent Arg. for difference. 



I 

Joane 
Evesham. 



Robert 
Evesham. 



William Evesham,= 
held the mantiou 
house of AVotton in 
AVellin"toii. 



Thomas Eves- 
ham, 4 sone, 
maried. 



Edmond Evesham, 
3 son, mar. 



Watkin Evesham, 
2 son, mar. 



1 

Willm. Evesham, eldest 
son, mar. ]\Ieigery the 
coheires of John Rode of 
Pembrid<'e. 



30 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



RichiinlEvosliain 
of Kenchurche 
had a lame foote 
and mar. 



r" 



Thomas, Evcisham 
of Kentchurche, 
com. Hereforde, a 
wryter in the 
Chancery, 1591. 



I 

Richard 

Bayly. 



Elizabethe, maryed=| 
to Hary Baylye of \ 
lower lyde. 



— I 

Jane, 
mar. to 
... of 
London. 



1 

Marye, 
mar. to 



Katheryn, maryed= 
to Morvan of over 
lyde ( Morgan y 
iSims' Index, j). 
122.) 



Amye, mar. to 
Badan {Anne, 
ux. Badam, 
Harl. 1545.) 



I 
Joyse, mar. to 

John Hawlins 

of over lyde, 

lyvuig 1591. 

! 

Hawlins, 1591. 



"T—^ 

Susan, 

to Wm. 
Hering 
of Wel- 
lington. 



Anne 
Bayly. 



Roger 
Bayly. 



Thomas 
Bayly. 



John. 



1 

Hughe. 



1 

Mathew, 

to Willm. 
Wallton of 
Welling- 
ton, liv- 
ing 1591 
(sic.) 



1 

Water. 



E!)e CtjirtJ !l?ob3se of ebrsfjam. 



Harl. 615, ff. 15^ 16. 

Aems :~rAz. on a f>end Or fhrefl Moor^ heads couj^ed at the shoulders Sa. in the chief 
point a mullet Anj. jor dij^erence. 



Joane 
Evesham. 



Willm. 
Evesham. 



William Evesham=f" 
of Wellington. 



1 

Robert 
Evesham, 
5 son. 



1 

Thomas 
Evesham 
of Wel- 
lington, 
4 son. 



Edmond=f= 
Evesham 
of Wel- 
lington, 
3 son. 



James 
Evesham. 



Thomas Eves- 
ham of Lon- 
don, 1591. 



Watkin 
Evesham 
of Moor- 
ton, 2 son. 



1 

Richard Eves- 
ham, died upon 
a voiadge at 
sea. 



Wiilm., eldest 
son, mar. !Mer- 
gery, doght. and 
one of the co- 
heires of John 
Rode. 



1 

Anne 

Evesham. 



Elizabethe 
Evesham. 



Margery, 
Evesham. 



Mawde 
Evesham. 



Water 
Evesham. 



Thomas Evesham 
of London, the 
younger, 1591. 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



31 



Efje Jotorrtfj %}omt of (fHbc0i)am. 

Harl. 615, flf. 16", 17. 
Arms : — As before, hut with a martlet An/ in tlie chief point for difference. 



William Evesham= 
of Wellington. 



I 1 1 

Joane Robert Tliomas= 

Evesham. Evesham, Iwesham, 

5 son. 4 son. 



Evesham. 



Edmond Watkin 

Evesham, Evesham, 
3 son. 2 son. 



Hughe Evesham of Barrs=j- 
Courte joyning to Here 
forde, lyving 1591. 



1 

Evesham. 



Evesham. 



Wniiam 
Evesham, 
eldest son, 
&c. 



Evesham. 



{Of Garnons in Mansell Gamage. R 195, ped.) 

HarL 615, ff. 20^ 22. 

Arms :— Quarterly. 

1 and 4. Garnons. Arg. two lions statant inpcUe, the one in chief Gu. the 

other Or icithin a hordare Az. 

2 and 3. Parry. Arg. on a fees betioeen three lozen^ges within a bordure Az. 

a midlet of the field. 

Walter Gernon.=p 



John Gernon. 



Robert Gernon. = 



32 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



John Gernon. 



Roger Gtrnon.^ 



lon.^^ 



Margery Gernon. 



Johni Gernon {1272,' 
Harl. 1545.) 



William (ieruon, 
sans yssuc. 



"William Gernone (25* 
F. 3, Harl. 1545.) 



Richwrd Gemons.* 



Henry Griffithe, 
mar. doughter to 
Whitney. 



Sir Thomjis 
Straclliii;4, 
Kniiiht. ' 



William Gemons,* 
mar. {living 12 Hen, 
IV.) 



-Agnes, doughter Wynston 
and heire to Wil- of Trevyn 
liam Greueway.2 (in WaU 
tersione. ) 



Myle Api=Jane, 
Henry. 



J 



doughter 
to 



Richard-pTone, doughter and William=[-Agnes, 



G onions. 



one of tlicires of 
William Chamber- 
lev n. 



Gylbert. 



doughter 
to 



Watkin Ap=r»Elizabethe, 



r- 



Henry, 

maried 



dough tor to 

Thonia.s 

Dauncev. 



John Gernons.3=f»Margartt, dough- 
ter to William 
Gilbert 



Alis, doughter-f=Ky colas Gemons of 



and heire to 
Watkin Ap- 
henry. 



Genion in the County 
of Hereforde {H. S. 
of HcUh. 1597, d. 
1608.) 



John,* secounde 
son, maried Mer- 
gerye, doughter to 
Carey n {Cancar- 
dim,^ R. 192.) 

T 
c 



Elizabethe, maried 
to John Penkridge 
(Pembndge, HarL 
1545.) 



^ Harl. 1545 makes these brothers. 
' The Greenways were of Stretton Sugwas, see R. 262. 
' His deed to James Gomond and John Baylie A° 5 H. 7 [Ash. 831.) 
* For his descendants, see Harl. Soc. xxi, 63. 

' Carwardeu or Came (Harl. 1545). For Carwardine pedigree, see Visit, of Wore. 1682 
(Metcalfe), p. 28. 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



33 



Thomas, scconilc 
sonno, marittl. 



Jolm. Uristofer. 



~r-[ 

James, 

3 soune. 

Richard, 

4 Sonne. 



_ — P-, 

Chi'istofor, 

5 sonno. 

Raulf, 

6 Sonne, 



1 — I — 

James, 

7 Sonne. 

Andrew, 

8 Sonne. 



John, sonne= 
and heire, 
mar. to Ger- 



nons. 



I 

Robart, 
firest Sonne 
{living 
1608.) 



=Elizabethe, 
doughter to 
StevinCole. 



1 

Jone, maried=j= 

to Thomas 
Carpenter, 
2 to William 
Hyde. 



1 — I 

Katherin. 



Mary. 



1 

Paule, 

seconde 

Sonne. 



I 

ISIary Car- 
penter, mar. 
to Thomas 
Webl^e by 
Carpenter. 



rn 

Elynor, mariod 

Walter Dryver. 



to 



Elizabethe, mar. to 
John Hyde. 



Jane, maried 
to liarthol- 
mew Mason. 



( 



Wni. Ger-=^Joiie, d.of 



nous of 
Bla-cknew, 
mil Block- 



more. 



Wafki/n 
or Walter 
Winston, 
Enq. 



Mabell, da. ami 
coll., mar. Thorn. 
Clarke, Recorder 
of Herefford. 






Karl. 
1545. 



John, theirde sonne. Alys. Jone. Sybill. Judithe. 



— I 
Sara. 



William Gemons de Malmeshull Gamage, sans date. 

John le Smythe de Maddeley did relcivse to Richard de Gernons and Isabel! his syater, 
vicesimo nono E. 1. 

William Gernon de Malmeshull Gamage did coufyrme to William sone of Roger and Sycille 
hia wiff. septimo decimo E. 2. 

Roger, sone to Richard de Malmeshull Gamage and William my Sonne, chapelleyn, the «*•' 
of E. .3. 

William, sone to John Gemons, did give to .., A° tricessimo quinto E. 3. 

Richard Gernons the 6 of Richard the 2. 

William Gernon, duodecimo H. 4. 

William Gemons, H. 5, sexto. 

Roger, sone to William Gernons the elder, sexto H. 5. 

Mergerj-e Gernon widowe of Roger sone of William GJernon of Malmeshull Gamage, sans date. 

John Pemberdge Lord of MalmyshuU Gamage did release to William Gemons de Garnons, 2 
of H. 6. Arms: Gernons, as above. 

Henry Oldecastell ar. to Richard Gernons did confirne to Richard Peere and John Walshe th© 
yonger and to William Gernon and Agnes his wiff, vicesimo sexto H. S. 

Richard Gemons de Malmeshull Gamage, E. 4 primo. Arint: Gernons, as blazoned. 

John Gemons, sone and heire of Richard, did confirme to James Gomond and John Bayly the 
xxiiii day of Octobers the 5 of Henry the 7, and sealed with these armes. Armt : Gemons, as 
above. 

For a Pembrokeshire branch of the Gemons, see Dwnn's Visitns. of Wales, i, 159. 



{Of Bijford. R.59,ped.) 

Harl. 615, ff. 63", 64. 

Arms : — Gomond. Arg, afe^s engrailed heticfen three muUetSy pierced, Gu. 



John Gomonde.=p= 

-A 



34 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



John, 
2 Sonne. 



John Gomon(le.-|» 



John Gomond=fHloughter of 
of Byfonl, liarton. 



Wiiliuni, 3 Sonne, Kaulf, 
niariedAnne,dough- 4 soune. 
ter to Richard Ste- 



vins. 



James. 



Anne. 



1 

John. 



Jone,^ mar. to Mychell 
Showell (tnc) {Nicholas 
Shoicell, Ash. SSI.) 



Katherin, base" 
douglitei- to Sir 
Jolm Piyce, 
Knidit. 



•James Gomonde^Mar^rtt, doughter 



of Byford in the 
conty of Here- 
ford. 



to Nychohis Wal- 
win of Longwarde. 



1 

Anne,* 
mar. to 
Mychel 
Showell 
{sic). 



John Gomond, 
sone and heire. 



Guyllamett, 
a doiighter. 



r" \ 1 

{2. James. 3. John. Anm.) Aslu 831. 



For a continuntion of the above pedigree, see R. 59. 



ffiuilUm 



{Of Fawhy. R. 122.) 

Harl. 615, ff. 40^ 41. 

Arms : — Gwillim. Sa. a nacfs head etxised Or hettceen three gautUlets Ary. 



( 



Davied Glim, of Lison=j=doughter 
{LeiDSon in Llanyarren) of 
{Lusonvy Hurl. 1540.) 



Hottell a}) Thomas of 
Perthir^ co. Monnu 



HopJiin of Whit-'^ Catherine, d. of Hugh 
church. CO. Hd. JhiiUley of Hadnoch\ 



Rolpert'j'Mawl, d. and h. of Lewis 
Powell. I VauyJian-hen of Merthyr. 
I 

B 



' Joane, ux. Nicholas Showell of co. GIos., 2. to John Nott of Sheldesley Beauchamp, in co. 
Worcester (Harl. 154S.) 

' Anne to Richmond, als. Webb (Harl. 1545 and Ash. 831}, for i>edigree of Richmond, als. 
Webb, see Sir Thomas Phillipps' Pedigrees (privately printed) 1840-18ri. 



VISITATK^N OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



35 



A 

-J 



John Olhn. of=jf=Johaii, dou^'hter 



Faley in the 
conty of Here- 
forcie. 



rn 

Thomas, 2 sonne 
{of Kintfs C(q>el, 
see R. 183.) 

Roger, 3 sonne. 



of Robert Poelli 
of Wliitcherch 
{co. Hereford.) 



Thomas Powellf Alice, d. of Titos. 



of Whitchurch, 
living tJl^- 



apBohert ofPant- 
glax. 



I 



Katlierin, 
niaried to 
Thomas Harp. 



Bhmche. Anne. Walter=^Eliz.,d. 



John GUm.=j=Mary, tloughter of 



of Faley, 



John BurfekF of 
Lvn'^ell Ar. 



Thomas, sone 
andheire(o.is-.^>. 
1604.) 



—r-T' 
Jone. 

Jane. 



Sybell. 



Powell. 



William, 
4 Sonne 



n r 
Anne. 



Mar^'. 



of Sr 

TJto. 

Herbert. 



2 dam. 



) 



Jane, maried 
to John Guat- 
kin. 



—r-\ 
Alyce. 

Sybell. 



Hacktiit^ 



Harl. 615, fif. UK 



Added, ill the same hand as the Evesham pedigrees. 



Hughe de Hackluite=f 
of Eton Roster in 
Hereford sh. {in Leo- 
minster) [Sheriff in 
1377.) 

I 



Thomas=}=doughter and 
Oldcasell.'^ heir to Pen- 
bridge. 2. mar. 
to Sr. Jo. 
Norbury. 



r- 



Waltere Hackluite.=j=Elizabethe, da. and one of 
I theires of Tho. Oldcastell. 

A 



^ For pedigree of Powell of Whitchurch, see Clark's Genealogies of Jlorgan and Qlamoi^gan, 
p. 265, from which the additions - are taken 
3 Burghill of Thinghill. 
* Oldcastell 0/ Oldcastle* in Almeley. 

Peter Oldcastell 



John. 

I 
Sr. Richard. 



Sir John Oldcastell, 2. Thomas.=f=Alice,d.andh.of Pembridge. ShemBr.2. John Catherine. • 
Ld. Cobham. | Merbui-y of Weblev {he was living IJ^IS.) =Tho8.Bromwicli 

, -^-L , 

[Thomas.] Eliz.=Walter Hackluit (rf letton. Jane.s5=Wbitney. 



See Robinson's Castles of Herefordsh, App. 1. 



36 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, U69. 



A (laughtere, 
mar. Richard 
Ap Henry. 



A clauf,'litere, 
mar. Ivlward 
Cornewall. 



Thomas. Richaitle=^Maulde, da. 



Hackluit, 
mar. 



to Roger 
Vaughan. 



Ralfe de=^l8Jibi'll(!, da. and one theires of 
Hackluit. Tlionias de Corbete of CawUethe.^ 



Henry Hacklute. 

# 

[Here connected with 
the next ped.] 



I r 
Waltere. 



r— r 

Johne. 



—r~\ 

Richai-d. 



William. 



[— r 

Johne. 



-T~l 
Anne. 



Gyles. 



Ralfe. Leonard. Henrye. Thomas. Eleonore. 



HacktutiJ 



{0/ E'ltoH in Letnuiufter. R. 175.) 



Harl. 615, if. 14^ 15. 



Armh : — Quarterly of nine. 

1. Hackluit. Gn. three hcUchetg Or. 

2. !Milb()urne. (hi. a cherron l/eticeen three escallops Anj. 

3. Eynsfortl. Gu. frettij Eiiik 



5. 
6. 
7. 

8. 
9. 



Furuivall. Ar(j. a head between six maiilets Gu. on flie bend a crescent 
Or for difference. 

Verdon.T Ora/retteGu. 

Ix)vetot.J Anj. a Uan ram^xtnt pei' fees Gu. and Su. 
liaskervile. Ar</. a checron Gti. Itetireen three hurts. 
Blacket. Az. a Itend cotised bettceen six crosses crosslet fitcheS Or. 
[Agmondisham.] Enn. on a canton Sa. afleur dr hjs Or. 



Sir John- 
Eynftbrde, 
Knight {d. 



-doughter and one of theires 
of Gerard Furnyvall secounde 
brother to the Loitl Fur- 
nyvall. 



Piers Mylbourne=7=Elizab€the,doughter=y=Sir John 
(o/ Tilliniiton in and heire to John I l^kervile 
Burghill. ' R. 5J^) \ Einford. j (^ //. IV.) 



' Of Cawse, HarL 1545. (Cawse Castle in Salop.) 



VISITATION OF HKREFORDRIIIRE, 1569. 



37 



A 



John Mylbounie.=f Klizjibethe, 
dougliter 
to Wiilter 
Devoreux. 



Kaulf Uasker--^AniK', doughtcr ami Sir Jo. 



ohn. 



vile, 2 sone to 
Sir John ( h 
UIO.) 



lu'ire to Sir John 
151a kett (of Icomb 
Place, CO. GloH., he 
(Ue.l1 14S1. It 402.) 



Henry Hacklute-f=dougliterof Cassyof SymoiiJc Myl-=^.Iaue, dough- 



{ofWhitfehl,Axh. 
831.) 



"NVhitfelde 
conty of 
{Hurl. So< 
2U) 



in the 
Glostcr 



bourne (cf Tll- 
linytoii, Kx(jr,, 
and of Icomh. 
Harl'. inJtG.) 



ter ami soule 
iKiiro to Ravdf 
liaskerville. 



Richard Ilacklute of Yetton-=f=Sibill, doughter and 
in the county of Hereforde one of theires of 
{Eaton in Leominster.) Synionde Mylborne. 



{IJ other (hnn/hters, coheim 
of Simon. Mijl1>ourne, see 
MijIIk) it ) •H<: I ie( lUjree. ) 



Thomas Hacklute.=j=Margarett, doughter and heire 
of Robert Augniondisham. 



John, Sonne- 
and heire, 
mar. 



Sibell 
Hacklute. 



•Elynor, 
doughter 
to Knyll. 



1 — 

John, seconde 
Sonne, sans 
yssue. 



Thomas Reblde (-fffi-=Sibill, dough- 
hold, Ash. 831, and ter to Thomas 
Harl. 1545.) Hacklute. 



Elizabethe 
Hacklute. 



Alys 
Hacklute. 



Elizabethe, doughter to Richard=Thomas Hack-^ 
Threntain of Rossyter, sans lute of Yetton 
yssvLG (Trenthcun of lioeester, CO. in the County 
Stap. See Visit, of Stafs. 1583, of Hereford {d. 
ejl. H. S. GrazeJn-ook, ]x UO.) 1586.) 



{Georfje, d. 1538, 
R. 234.) 



=Fortune, doughter 
to Sir Robart Ac- 
ton Knight {of 
Rihford in co. 
Wore. Harl. 151,5.) 



Henry sonne and heire, 8 yeres {J)a]p. 8 Jane 15GI, 
he sold Eaten between 1613 and 1630.) 



1 

Elizabethe. 



38 



VISITATION OF UKREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



Harforb 



{Of Doshury. R. 33.) 



Harl. 615, ff. 44^ 45. 



Abms : — Harford and Scroope. Sii. ttco hmch Anj. on a canton Az. a Ixiud Or. 

Crest : — Harfoid. Oiit of flames, Gu. a dragon's head Or fin' looihif/ front his 
mouth Ixdween two icings expanded Az. 

Richard, Lord Scrope, mar. Blanche"^ 
doughter to Delapole Erie of Suff. 



Robart, Lorde={=doughter and lieire of the Stt'win Scropo,2eonne=^Mely8eunt, 



Scroj 



)0, inar. 



Tyi)toft, of wlioiii the Ixmle 
Typtoft is descended 



(IJfntf'ntnit of Irfl'ind, 
d. 1400.) 



nU 



(Sec G. P. iScrojje's Hist, of 
Castle ComltCy 50.) 



doughter to 
the Lord 
Typtoft 



Ste\vin=j=Jane, doughter to 
Scrope. j Richard Byngham. 



doughter of Mul- 
bery {2 icife.) 



=Sir John=7=Margarett, doughter to 



Scrope, 
Knight. 



Sir Walter Wrotesley 
( Visit, of Staffs. 1583, 
p. 152.) 



John Hareford-f-Anne, dough- 



of liosbery in 
tlie conty of 
Herfonl, I2s- 
qu'er {d. 30 
Awj. 1559, a't. 
57.) 



Mary, niaried to 
John Webbe of 
Shakenfoixl (Sha- 
Mngford, Harl. 
1545.) 



ter to Sir John 
Scrope of Cas- 
tyllconibe {co. 

WUfs.) 



Richanl 
Scroi)e, 



AniXiony^Aune, d. 



Scrope {of 
Colwall, 
CO. Ed.) 



of Viver 
( Viiier) of 
CO. Wilts. 



A 

Vide p. 39. 



— ' ; 

Jane, luaried 
to Willliam 
Scudamore of 
Thruxton. 



^lathawe, maried to 
Thomas Cave of 
Mortdu uppon luge 
{see jMidigree in R., 
ji. 213.) ' 



1 

Anne, maried 
to John Abur- 
fourthe {Aher- 
ford,Ash.831.) 



Richard Harf orde= 
of Bosbery in 
the said county 
Esquier ( o.s.p. 
1578.) 



=Katherin, doughter to 
"William Parsay in the 
county of Northamp- 
ton (P«j/o//, ^6-A. <55i) 
{Purfoy, Harl. 1545.) 



Xathanyell, 
2 Sonne. 



Henry, 
3 sonne, 



1 

Anthony, 
4 Sonne {d. 
1590, hur. 
at. Colwidl.) 



VISITxVnON OF HEREFORDSIIIKE, 1569. 



39 



( 



Vide p. 38. 

A 



Mari/.='Maiiion 
Motion. 



2. Edmond.=(l. of Russell 
of CO. Hd. 



\ 

'i. John. 



1. Win! f rid, d. of Johiv^l. Nicholas Srro()p>;^=2. d. tf ... 



Norton of Siided {E. 
Tisted, Hcuds.) 



of Kitch iwtoltc in 
CO. Southton. 



Anne, d. and It., iu: Tlios. Bridgen J Karl. 1.545. 
of Westhmn in Etmex. 



> 



1 

Margaret. 



For another pedigree of the Wiltshire family of Scrope, see Marshall's Visit, of Wilts, p. 23. 



Harper 



(Of Wellington and Amberley in Marden. R. 205.) 

Harl. 615, fif. 53^ 54. 

Arms : — Quarterly. 

1 and 4. Harper. Sa. a- chevron Arg. and a canton Erm. 

2 and 3 \_Az. ?] on a cross engi'ailed Arg. five escallops Sa. 



John Harp of \Valington=fHiouglitcr and coheire 
( Wellington) mar. of Criktofte. 



_i 



^r- 

William Hari>er,=j=doughter of Eustace 

mar. Whitney. 



John Harper. =j=tloughter of Bewpere 
{Beaiqjre, Ash. 831.) 



William Harper. =j=Jane, doughter of John Whitington 
I of Panthley {Pauntleij, Glos.) 



40 



VISITATIOX OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



I 1 1 

Thomas, Anthony, Alyes, mar. to John 
seconnde thinlo Wilton^ ( Welton, 

Sonne. sonne. Ash. 831.) 



Mai-geiv, mar. t<> Thomas Shapaift 
(ShqjJiam;^ A^h. 831.) 



I 



John Harper=j=Sybell, doughter of Thomas Walwin 



of Amerhiy. 



WilUam, sonne Nycohlas, 2 
and heire is 22 sone, xxi 
yeres olde. yeres olde. 



I 

Kathcrin. 



of Longfonk' {in Lmjicardine.) 



John, 3 is PUizalxfthe. ^[ary. Henry, 4, 
18 yeres — is 13 yeres 

olde. Alyce. olde. 



Anne. 



MargarcUt. 



1 

Margery. 



Hatokins 



{Of Shn'hujton in Pembridye. R. 224.) 

HarL 615, tf. 52^ 53. 

Arms : — Hawkins. Or, on <i chemni Itetwot-n three citujuefulls Az. thret' ettcaUops 
Artf. On a rhic/ ju-r ]H(lr Gti. awl Sti. n 'jritfin jxissanf Erin. 

{Rk-hortl lluirhins.'^d. of Ricli. Pi/netonn of Mydl^'Hcj:) Harl. 1545. 

I 

H 

Richaitl HawkinsfKlougliter of John Walby 
of Sherinton. {Wehley, Harl. Jo4o.) 

I 

. I 



AVilham-i^Johan, doughter of Roger Marton {Martin, 
Hawkins. Harl. 154o. Mmtin, Aah. 881.) 



I ' 1 

Henry Hawkins-f=Amie, doughter to Sir John Richard, 

of Shorinton. | Tlionias ap Jenken. 2 sonne. 

I I 

John Hawkins^Joyse, doughter of 
of Sherinton, Richartl Abvnton.^* 



I 1 r-^ 1 --1 1 

Richard, sonne William, 2 Robart, sone Sybill. Alyce. Margarett 

and heire is 17 sone, is 16 is 15 yeres 

yeres olde. yeres olde. olde. 



^ John Wilton of Dymock, co. Glos., see Wilton pedigree in Harl. Soc., xxi, 270. 
' Shipman or Shipham of Welby (/ Weoblnj) gi-anted 1581. (See Strong's Heraldry of Hdsh., 
p. 94.) Harl. 1545 has Sharpe. 

* For a pedigree of Abingtou, see Harl. Soc. xxi, 194 (Glos.), and Abington (ante). 



VISITATION OF HERKFORDSIIIRE, 1569. 



41 



^afoottl)^ 



Arms 



{Of Burghope in Welliwjton. R. 286, pad.) 

Harl. 615, ff. 19^ 20. 

{This 2)i;<l!rifec is in the later hand.) 
-Ilawkeworth. Or a cross crosslet Gu. 



Crest : — "//ts crest out of a garland of ollijve leves Vert, a dying {?) arme, aiTncd, 
hand gantleted Or. holding a. cross crosslet Gtt." 

Haworthe of Hawortlie=f= 
hall ill Lancasliere. j 

. I 



Alexander^ Haworthe of Burghope=f^Anne, doghter of Humfrey Farley 



Hall under Dymverliill, nere Wel- 
lington in the com. of Hereford. 



Thomas 
Haworthe, 
died yonge. 



Katheryn, 
mas Boyle 
eldest sou 
Boyle, son 
Boyle and h 
{in Dilioyn 
Boyle ped.) 



mar. to Tho- 
of Hereford, 
of John de 
of lewes de 
eir of Biduey 
see R. 94, 



of Upledeu nere Bosebury [Arms] 
per pale Ar. and Sa. 



James 
Haworthe, 
died yonge. 



I 

John= 

Hawor- 
the of 
Wel- 
lington, 
maried, 
1591. 



Humfreyj= 
Haworthe 
{lioing 
1566), 
mar. to 
Anne 
Beriton. 



"p- 



Ales, raaryed 
John Boyle, 
sou of Roger 
second son of 
LeAves {see 
Boyle pedi- 
gree, R. 94.) 



1 

Jane 

Haworthe 
mar. to 
to Wm. 
Evesham 
of Wel- 
lington. 



1 

Richard 
Haworthe, 
1 son, 1591. 



James Hawartlie=j=» 
of Burghope, mar. 
doghter of Rich- 
ard Walton of 
Wellington 1591 
(/. H. was H. S. 
of Hdsh. 1555.) 



Joane, mar. to Harry= 
Hering2 of Welling- 
ton, and after toWillm. 
Corville of Wellington, 
1591. 



1 

James 

Hawor- 
the, died 
young. 



Wiilm.Heringe, 
sou of Harry 
and Joane. 



Katherin Hering, 

maried to 

Thome, called 
Horde. 



Vide p. 42. 



1 

James 
Haworthe, 
died sans 
yssue. 



Anne 
Haworthe, 
maried to 
{John Per- 
ron of Hd.) 
1591'. 



Epiphan^ Haworthe, 
mar. doi'hter of 



Jones, 

{horn 

1643.) 



2 son, 
1566, 



1591 
died 



1 

John 

Hawor- 
the, 3 
son. 



John 

Haworthe, 
eldest son, 
1591. 



Jane 

Haworthe, 

1591. 



Merger}^ Haworthe, mar. to Wm. 
Howells of Wellington, 1591. 

Howells. 



1 

James 

Haworthe, 

1591. 



* This Alexander Haworthe served in the warrs at the Uhodes nere .lariisalem against the 
Turks, infidels and sarasins and dyed about anno 1555. 

" The Hering family held land in Tillington (par. of Biirghill) and their name occurs in the 
par. Register, R. 55. Harl. l.')4) gives the names of Joan's husbands as Hen. Hardinge of 
Willington and Wm. Terpvill. Harl. 1442 has Hen. Har4ling and Wm. Tropvill als. Troyvill. 

•' His elder dau. Dorothy, mar. James Penoyre of Hinton in Petercburcli. See Penoyre ped. 
R. 68. 



G 



42 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



Vide p. 41. 



Wiilm. Hawortlie 
the elder of Burg- 
hoi)e 



Richard Hawortlie 
died sans yssue. 



Anne, mar. to Tlionias Wal- 
ton of Newton by Hoi)e 
towards Lemster, 1591. "y 

I 
Walton. 



Katherin, 
1591. 



John Haworthe, mar. doghter 
of Willm. Gwillim 1591. 



Richard 

Haworthe, 

1591. 



James {horn 16G0) 
Haworthe of Lon- 
don, 1591. 



AVillm. Haworthe 
of London, 1591. 



_-j 

Eliziibethe 
Haworthe, 
1591. 



Thomas Haworthe, 

sans yssue. 



Humfrey Haworthe, 
died yonge ( iMjrn 
1578.) 



(O;* liodtnhani.) 



HarL 615, If. Z%\ .39. 



Arms : — Quarterly. 

1 and 4. Haywanl. Or three Itotuo'antjxint Gii. overall a Itemllet Sfi. 

2 and 3 Barry nehubj of »Lc Aro. and ISa. on a chief Gu, a Milt ire Or. 

Jenkyn Dcntithc-r- 



Richard Gybons.=T=Jone, doughter to 

I Jenkj-n Dentithe. 
. I 



J enky n^Marga rtt 



Pryour. 



Gybons. 



Katheiin, mar. to Thomas 
Walwyn, sans yssue. 



1 

Alyce, mar." 

to William 

Capull. 



Richartl Prier.^ 

A 

Vide p. 43. 



Thomas Capull. -f= 



( 



d. of Sctulamore.'Y-GeoTge Capull. 



William Capell of'j'Margt.^d.ofWhittinrjton 
How Capell. \ of Pauntley. 

r -H , 

1. 'Jhomam. 2. Edicard of now Capel.=p'Allice Goodyere. 

See Capell pedigree, p. 16. 



)■ 



* The name of the family is spelt Havard in Ash. 831. 
« Additions from Harl. 1-545, f. 16^ 



VISITATION OF HKRKFORDSIIIRE, 1569. 



43 



Vide p. 42. 

A 

I 



John Haywaixlo of J>oden-=f-dougliter of {William, Axh. 



ham {Boilenham fe Havard, 
Ash. 831.) 



6yi)Wahvin of Longwardo 
(/w Luijirardine.) 



Jolui" 
Taylor. 



1 

■Jone 

Prier. 



Richard Hay\varde.=pMargarett, doiighter to 
John Tayllor and heire. 



I 



Richardo=j=Jone, doughter to=Rowlande vnett 
Haywarde, Thomas Aphenry 1 husband. 



John Haywarde of Walliiigton,i=j=Joiie, doughter to 



als. Piiours Court in the eonty 
of Hereford {d. 29 Aji. 101 4.) 



Rycliard ^lortoii of 
Esbache {Eveshach.) 



Richard, 
2 Sonne. 



1 

Thomas, 
3 Sonne. 



{Juiin.=Jiiiie, d. of Lewis Boyle of Hereford.) 



John Le Hey ward de Bodenham, sans date. 

John Le Hay ward, sone to John Le Heywarde de Bodenham, the x*'' of E. 1, 1281. 

John Le Haywarde de Bodenham did confirme to Phillipe and Hugh his sone quarto decimo 
E. the Ithe 8 {iie). 1285. 

John IjQ Heyward de Bodenham did give to Phillip his sone quartodecinio E. the 1, 1289. 

John Le Hayward did give to Phillipe my sone and Hu'^he hLs brother A^ dom. 1310. 

John Le Hayward did give to Thomas his sone quarto decimo E. 2. 1320, 

John Le Hayward sone to John Le Haywarde de Bodenham did release to Thomas their 
brother quarto decimo of E. 2. 1320. 

John Le Heywarde the elder of Bodenham did confirme to Thomas Le Heyward de Bodenham 
and Alis his wiff. and Lourens their sone the 5 of E. 3. 1 330. 

Phellipe Le Heyward the elder did release to Thomas Hayward and his Heiiires the 5 of E. 3. 
1330. 

Hughe Le Hejrwarde de Bodenham did confirme to Jone his wifF and to Hughe and John my 
sones 28 of E. 3. 1353. Arms: Heyward, as above. 

John Le Heyward de Bodenham the 2 of Richard 2. 1378. Arms: As <ibove. 

John Le Heyward de Bodenham did give to Walter Haywarde my brother and Mawd liis wiffi 
the 4th of Richard the 2 1380. Arms : As above. 

Phillipe Le Heyward de Bodenham did confirme to Hughe Heyward de Bodenham the 7 yere 
of H. 6. 1428. 

(The dates in numbers are in the lattr hand.) 



* Wellington Court otherwise Priors' Court in Wellington Heath, a township in the Parish of 
Ledbury. R. 169. 



Qt' 



44 



VISITATIO^^ OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



(0/ Noxey- 

Harl. 615, flf. 43^, 44. 

[Ilaydat/ or Adaij ( from London) of Nox, 158G. His son Rich was of Weston.'] 

Strong's Heraldry of Herefordshire, p. 59. 

Arms : — Hadey. Gu. on a lumd Or, three hopards* Jacee Vert. 



Richard-yKloughtcr of 
Hadey. Wakefelde. 



Richard Heyden^Tone, doughter to 
of London. Jolm Bucke. 



Riciiard Hcydey of-pDorathe, doughter-pRichard 



Noxe in the county 
of Hereforde. 



( 



Browne, firste 
husbande. 



to JohnRonii^ny.* 

Mary, doughter. 



Richard Adei/=r=Mcu'i/, d. of JUerirk of Kings- 



of Weston.^ 



ton hij d. of Ridg. 



H 



Ann.^*James Ujiton of Upton. 



John Upton. 



) 



Harl 1442, f 10^. 



^ Probably either Noakes iu Ivington near Leominster, or Noaks near Bromyard. Sims* Index 
(p. 119) calls the family Adey or Hayday of Weston from London. 

* The Kompneys were of Lulsley, co. Wora and afterwards of Suckley, co. Wore. Sims' 
Index, p. 310. For a continuation of the Rompney (or Rumney) pedigree, see Metcalfe's Visit, 
of Wore. 1682, p. 81. 

•* Richard Adey of Weston under Peniard has the above coat of arms given in Harl. 
1545, f. 79. 



VISITATION OF IIKKKFORDSHIKK, 15G9. 



45 



Itapton 



{Of Hopton in the Hole, co. Salop.) 

Harl. 615. fl'. 68^ 69. 



Arms : — Quarterly. 

1 and i. Hopton. Gu. seinee of cros.'^eii crotftilH, a lion rampitnt Or. 

2 and 3 Blank. 



( 



Rich. Hopton of Hopton, co. Sal<>p.=j=d. and h. of Kensimjford of Salop. 



William Hopton of Hopton, E>q.=f-d. and h. of Eijton of Eijtoit, 

I CO. Salojt. 



) 



Nicholas Hopton. =|=douglitL'r to 



William Hopton of=f=]\Iiugarett, d. and one of theires to 
Hopton {of Hopton | John Hevyn^ of Clybery in the 
Solers, co.Horford.y \ conty of Salopie (//// hahd, d. and. 
coh. of Tho. Duicnton.y 



A 


r Thomas. 


I 1 1 
Alice. 




 1  1 
L John, •^ 1 (;^.) Richard T=Jono, doughter 


( 


— 


— 




.•'.J). \ Hoiitiiu of 


to John Lang- 


V 


Edward. 


Marjcrij. 


J Hopton. 


ford. 




William 
Hygynsn 


Ixahel. 








William 


I 
j=Alyce, 




- ! 1 
Jouc, mar. to John,'* 2 sonne, 


\' 1 

Kathcrin, mar. to 


{of Tripl 


etoiv'' in 


doughter 




Raidf jNFas- maried Eliza- 


William Slade 


Leintwa) 


dine, co. 


of Rich- 




ton {Mason. y bethe, dough- 


{of Wotton CO. 


Hd.) 




ard Hop- 
ton. 






ter and heire 
to Thomas 
Sharp. 


Salop.) =j= 

1 

1 




1 1 1 
Thomaa. ! John. 












. 


„ 1 


1 
John 


1 
Richard 


John 


, 1 . 1 
"NA'illiam {John Mastou, At>h. 


[ 
Katherin {to 


Hygyns. 


Hygyns. 


Higyiis. 


U 


igyns. <Sol.) {Mansion, 
Harl. mi.) 


Francis Cresset, 
Ash. 831.) 



William Hopton of Hopton =T=Elizabe the, doughter to William 
in the conty of Salopie. j Fox of Ludlowe {R. 187 n.) 

A 



' These additions are from Blakeway's Shropshire Pedigrees (MS. in Bodleian Library.) 

' Hevyn (now Haven) in the parish of Dilwyn belonged at an early date to a family of that 
name which remained in Dilwyn till the close of the xvii cent., although the eldest branch had 
terminated long before in two coheirs, Maigaret wife of Wm. Hopton and Anne wife of Hugh 
Shirley (4th son of John S. of P^atington, co. Warvv.) R. 91 ; but see St Owen pedigree {post) 
where 3 coheiresses are given. For Heven of Clybery, see Sims' index, 121. 

^ Tripleton passed by an heiress of that name to Hugons or Higgons and again by a coheiress 
to John James, whose son, William bought the share of the other coheir (who had mar. A. 
Cockerham of Wigmore Grange) and left a son, Hugon James, living 1678. R. 171. 

* This John was of Heyton, Salop, see Burke's Commoners, iv, ] 7.3. 



46 



YI81TATI0X OF HKREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



I 

Edwarde, 

2 Sonne, 

mar. 



Thomas, 
3 Sonne. 



George, 
4 Sonne. 



Charles, Edmond, ^Mychell, 7 sonne 
5 sonne. 6 sonne. {afterwards of 

Gallon Frome,o.s.p.) 



John, 8 Sonne. 



(Elkahef/t , ^ niece 
and devisee of 
Michael Hopton 
of Canon Frmne.) 



Kicliard Byshope=Aune, 
of the conty of doughter 
Salopie, mar. {of to "\Vil- 
Moore, Sdlop.y Ham Hop- 
ton. 



( 



Richard=f=Anne, doughter and 



Hopton, 
mar. 



heire to Thomas 
"Walker of Stratton 
in the conty of Salo- 
pie {She woe horn 
inl549.y 



Geo. Hopton of Hopton^ 
2nd 8. and h. 1623. 



X 

Mar;/. 



'Bridget, d. of Edw. Pytts if 
Kyre Wyard, co. Wore. 



) 



mnjU 



(Of KnylL R. 165.) 

HarL 615, i\. 51^ 52. 

Arms :— KnUl. Gii. crustily, Jitchie Or. a lion ramjtant of the last. 

John Knyll."f» 



William Knyll-^ 
{ofKnyll.) 



John Knyll.=f=(A/rtri7ar^/, d. of Si 



— \iuuii/urri, a. v 

John Linfjen.) 



Jenkyn=j=Anne, doughter to Sir 
Knyll. I Richard Devereulx. 

A 



* These additioha are from Blakeway's Sbropphire Pedigrees (MS. in the Bodleian Librarj.) 

• For a continuation of this pedigiee through Elizabeth, who uiar. circa 1602 Sir Rich. Hopton 
of Rockhill, Salop, see Burke's Commoners, iv, 172. 



VISITATION OF HKREFORL)«IilRE, 1569. 



47 



(2.) Sybill, 
doughter 
to Koger 
Vaughau. 



John Kiiyll=f=(l,) MiTgeiy, Hughe. 



of Knyll (//. 

1501, <l 
1564.) 



doughter to 8ii- 
Joliii AVhiting- 
tou of Pciiitloy 
{Ghs.) 



( 



Walter ( WiUlam 
Had. 1545.) 
L 



Roger. 



1. Stephen. 



—\ 



<(. 0/ Rice of / 1545. 
Hoicdl. 



^' 



Frauncis Xnyll-pJouo, doughter 
of Kuyll \\\ the to Hughe ap 



county of He- 
reford. 



Lewys^ of Har- 
ton in the 
county of Rad- 
nor. 



Elynor, mar. 
toOvanJamys 
{Eran Jaiiie.<, 
HarL 1545.) 



John.(=Ci(fJierme, d. of 
Edinond Brad- 
shaw of Pfest- 
end in co. Rad- 
nor, Harl. 15 45.) 



^yh\\\.{=Jolm 
Pryce, 
HarL 
1545.) 



Katherin, 
mar. {Rich. 
Pryce, HarL 
1545.) 



Anne (o.tf.p., 
HarL 1545.) 



Barbara. (=Jb/i« Waltsant 
of Prentand in 
CO. Radnor, 
HarL 1545.) 



N.B.— A dau. of John Knill, mar. John Bull of co. Wore See Metcalfe's Visit of Wore 1682, p. 26. 



{Of Llangarren. R. 18S.) 

Harl. 615, if..25^ 26. 

Arms. — Maynston. Vert a chevron Anj. hettceen threa hedgehogs Or. 



( 



Thomas Maynstone, 
^" 47 E. 3. 
I 

David, A'' 18 R. 2. 

I 



) 



Harl. 1545.'^ 



Thomas Mayn.ston.=i=Katherin, doughter of 



' For Lewis of Harpton, see Meyrick's Visitna of Wales by Lewys Dwuii, 1846, u. 24, 25. 
^ Notes in Ashmolean, 831. " Thomas Maynston A"* 47 Ed. III." " Dabid made his dead 
dated A^ 18 R. 2." 



48 



VI8ITATIUX OF HKREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



David Robert May nston. 

Maynston, -y- 

sans yssiie. I 



Philipe, mar. iSIawle. 
the doiighter 
of Grey. 



"I 1 

Jono. Agnes. 



William Maynston. "f= 



Raulf, 
2 Sonne. 



Roger Maynston-pJane, dougliter to 
of Laniraran. John Abruges. 



Edwarde Maynston=f=Margery, doughter to Robert 



of Langaran in the 
conty of Hereforde, 



Appowcll of ^V^litcllUrche {ro. 
Hereford. R. SOI.) 



-T-\ 
Jone. 



I TT r-^T n 

John, Sonne Thomas, 2 sonne. Charles, 4 sonne. Brigctt. 
and heire. — — — — 

Richard, 3 sonne. More, 5 sonne. PUiuibethe. Alys. 



This pedigree U printed in Harl. Soc. xxi, 226 (Olos.) 



{Of Surne^ifieUl. R. 250 jted.) 

Harl. 615, tf. 73'-, 74. 

ARMii : - (/ ovv /firm in MS.) Az. a chevron heticeen three unicorns nalimt Sa. 
{Hugh de Monington, M.P. for Udtsh. tSG^.'^i. of Lacon.) 



Hughe Monington»^loughter and heire 
of Hereforde. of Sam .sf eld of 

Hereforde. 



.-I -2 



Sir Thomas Monington, mar.=^l^lizabethe, eldest doughter and cohoire 
{M.P. for Hdsh. U61-2.) \ of Sir Symon.l Mylborne. 



^ [Mouyngton. Hughe de Monj-nton made a letter of aitorney to Roger pertriche of Dorston, 
to deliver posses.sion to John Davero.<, .lohu Clan vt we, Knights, and others of lands in Morton 
Jeffreys none Richardi secundi I38."> as appereth by a dede thereof reniaynyng with water edwyn 
1592.] (77ii« 7iote is uTitteii in the later hand.) 

' R. mjikes liichard {=Ellen, d. and coh. of John Walwyn) .son of Hugh and father of SirThos. 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



49 



I 

Thomas Mon-= 

mf!,toii {of Sar- 

ncsjiehl, d. 17 

Jan. 1551. 

Inq. p.m.) 



=Anne,^ dougli- 
ter of (Henri/) 
Tracy of (Tod- 
dii){/fon)G loster 
{livinri 1561.) 



Richard 
Moiiington 
{of SholMlon, 
livin(]1551.) 



1 

Jolin ^roii 
ingtou {oj 
Lawton, 
see vexf 
ped.) 



of Hard- 
wick, CO. 
Glos.) 



Richard Mon-=f Katheriii, 



iiigton, mar. 
(Lt't. Jfi in 
1551.) 



Jolin, 2 Richard, 
Sonne. 3 soiuie. 



doughter to 
John Skid- 
mor of Horn 
Lacy. 

;n . 

William, 
4 Sonne. 



James Basker- 
vile, mar. to 
{of Wotton in 
Wellington.) 



=Elizabethe, 3=^Thomas'< 
mar. to Havarde 

of Here- 
ford. 



rn 

Nycholas, 
first Sonne. 

Edwarde, 
2 Sonne. 



Gregrey, 
3 Sonne. 

Jane. 



Anne, mar. 
to Lyngnyr-i 
{Lincjen.) 



— n 

^lari^artt. 



Alys. 



(Anne, d. of= 
Richd. Se- 
borne of 
Sutton.) 



=Thomas, 
Sonne and 
heire (liv- 
ing 1609.) 



Anne, mar. 
to Richard 
Wigmore. 



Sybill, 
mar. to 
John 
Seborne. 



•-1 

(1. Richd. Monington=^Ann, of Sr. Ed. Wintei"^ 
of Samesfield, oh. ante \ of Lidney, co. Glos.) 
1645. si/ 



Margery, mar. to 
Roger Vaughan^ 
ofClerough(2're- 
lough, Harl. 
1545.) 



^0nin0t0n^ 



(Of Buttas in King's Pyon and Lawton^s Hope in Canon Pyon. R. 62, 160, 250, ped.) 

Harl. 615, ff. 45^ 46. 
Arms : — Quarterly, 

1 and 4. Monington. Arg. a chevron between tJiree unicorns salient Sa. 

2 and 3 Arg. on a bend Sa. three mullets Or. 



* For pedigree of Tracy, see Harl. Soc. xxi, 165. 

' For pedigree of the Trye family, see Harl. Soc, xxi, 169. 

^ R. (ped.) gives another dau. Margery as the wife of Thos. Havard, and Eliz. as the wife of 
Jas. Baskervile ^so does Harl. 1545.) 

* Richd. Lingen of Stoke Edith, who d. 1631, see R. 179. 

•'' Roger Vanghan of Elvro, co. Radnor, was Sheriff of Hereford 1636. See Clark's Genealogic--, 
p. 238. 

* For pedigree of Winter of Liduey, see Visit, of Glos. 16b2, 205. 

' [Hugo de Monyton made a letter of attorney to Roger Pertriche of Dorston to deliver poces- 
sion to John Deveros John Clanvow (ace R. S4, 217) Kiiightes and others, of lands in Morton 
Jeffreyes A° 9 R. 2. 1385, as by a de<le remaynyng with Water Edwyn of Mareden may 
appere, l'J92.] (In the later hand.) 



H 



60 



VISITATION OF HEREFOKDtiHIRE, 1569. 



John Monygnton' of buttas and L,awton=f=(EUzabeth.) 

soke in the conty of Hereforde {livin/j 

1561.) 



Greorge Monyngton maried the doughter 
of Hewell'^ of Ryppyle Court in the county 
of Kinte. =f 



John Monyng- 
ton, mar. 



Richard, 2 sonno. 



{Sibil, =Sr. Rowland More- 
d. and ton of Tmning, co. 
h. Glos. Hurl. 1545.) 



I 

Hughe, 

5 Sonne. 



Henry, 
6 eonne. 



'Mary the doughter of Richard Wolston^ 
of., in the conty of Hereford ( Wefford 
of Wistaxton.) 



Roger, 3 soune. George, 4 sonne. 



{Siuf an, Harh 

mo.) 



( WiUimn, Harl 
1545.) 



Edwarde, 7 Sonne {of"^, of Unett. 
Bodenhaiu.) 



-T— 1 
Jusanna. 



William. 



John, 
8 Sonne. 



Elenor, d.= Wm. Parrott of Morton \on Lugg] 
and h. in co. Hd.) (HarL 1545.) 



"William Monyngton, sone and heire,=j-Joyse, doughter of Symond Hiet 



now lyveing, and is of Buttas alyas 
Butter and Lawtonshop. 



of Glostershire {see Harl. 
xxi, 254, Glos.) 



Soc, 



George, sonne and heire is i\owe=Marfjarf;t, d. liafe Clive of 
of the age of xiii yeres [died Wa/ford, co. Salo^. Harl. 
sans issue.]* 1545. 



^ This John Monyngton was Lyneallye deesended of Elynor the daughter and heire Sir John 
Lawton, Knight, who lyved iu Edwai-d the 3 tyme the 10 yere. Note that Lawton Scale with 
:this 2 cote. 

' Bel veil of Ryple Ck)iirt in Kent (A»h. 831). Bevell, HarL 1545. 

» Miry, d. of Richard Welford of Herefords [AsL 831.) 

* Mem —The later hand. 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



51 



{O/EvesIm-h. B. II4. 



Harl. 615, ff. 66'' 67. 



Arms : — Quarterly. 

1 and 4.1 Morton. Quarterli/ Gu. and Or. in the first quarter a goaf^s 
Jiead erased Ar. on a chief of the second three torteaux, each cliarged 
vrith an escallop of the second a label of three points. 
S and 3. Pembridge. Barry of six Or. and Az. on a bend three midlets. 



( 



Thomas Moreton held certain lands in 
littell Ashley of ye manor of peverell, 
20 E. 3. I 



—I 



Robert Morton High Shreefe 
of Nottingham 35 E. 3. 



Charles Morton of Morton, 
in com. Nottingham. 







Charles Morton of M 


orton. 

. Morton of M 






1 " n 
Wm. Morton of ichome Wm 


il- 




comes Morton of Bawtry borne St. Andrews, 


in 




in CO. York. 


CO. Dorsett. 






4/ 


i 

r ^ 

Richard MortoJi of St. 

Andrew Milborne. 




\  
John 


, 1 , . 

2. William. 


Elizabethe, dough— 


=Sir Roulande=j=Sibill, dough- 


Morton, 


— 


ter and heire to 


Morton of 


ter and heire 


Arch- 


3. Riehd. o/V 2 


Walter Penbrige 


Twyning in 


of Monyngh- 


bishop of 


Milborne St. \ 


of jNIansell in the 


the conty of 


ton of Mas- 


Canter- 


Andrew, vide m 


county of Here- 


GlosiQx {temp. 


sington in the 


bury. 


Dorsett. '^ 


ford. 


H. 7.) 


conty of Here- 






A 


ford (in Led- 






Vide p. 52. 


bury.) 


1 1 
Thomas Elizabeth( 


1 ' 1 
;, Margartt, mar. Mary, mar. 


1 
Anne, 


Morton. mar. to John to Gabriell to Gyle 


mar. to 




Abriges. 


Eleke. Davies. 


Shaa. 



^ Mem. — That in 1 and 4 the three torteaux seem to be appended to the points of the label, 
cf. Berry, who does not notice the label. 
« Addition from Harl. 1545, f. St. 



52 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



Vide p. 

A 

I 



51. 



Rich.'irJ-=f=Blanche, doughter to Whitington 



Morciton. 



in the conty of Gloster (w. 
ford, Axh. 831.) 



Herf- 



Riciiiird, 2 sonc, 
Blaiiclio, ilough- 
ter to Win. Pit- 
cher ( PyrJiartl, 
Ash, 8S1.) 



Anthony Morton^ 
of Esbotche in the 
connty of Hero- 
ford. 



=Jo}'8, dongliter to 
Wm. Pytcher of 
Anbery (Pi/rhard 
of Avenbury, see 
Pychard pedi- 
gree.) 



1 

Jono, mar. to 

John Hay van! 

of Lnd berry, 

{Leilbury, Ash. 

831, se^ Hay- 

wards ped.) 



Richard Morton, sone and 
heire, one yere and more. 



Arms : — {none given in MS.) 



^jtttrgtli^ 



{Of Cradley. R, 260.) 



John {William, Harl.' 
1545) Myntryche. 



James Myntiyche.=f=Anne, doughter to 
Walter Ruflforde.^ 



Harl. 615, if. 22^ 23. 



Thomas Myntryche (o/=pMargarett, doughter to 
Oradley, Harl 15 J^.) \ Walter Newbridge. 

A 



^ There is a pedigree of 5 descents iu Visit, of Worcester, 1.569 (4«A. SSI), beginning Walter 
Ilufford, yeomau of the Crowne. — il. of Delahere. For a coa tin nation of the Rufford pedigree, 
gee Visitu. of Wore. 1682, p. 80. 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



53 



A 
.J 



Anne, dough- 
ter to John 
Casholde. 



=John Myntryche of Cradley= 
in tho conty of Herofurde, 
maried to his theirdo wuiff 
Mergery, doughter to Sir Riuh- 
nii] Lygon. =j= 



Mergery. Blanche. 



rn 

Richard. 



'-T—r- 
John. 



I I 
Ely nor. 



=Anne, donghter 
and heire to John 
Blount of Gryn- 
don {Grendon 
Warren.) 



Sybil 1. 



Mychell, Anthony. Susan. 



.raines,sonne=f=Mawde, doughter to Hen 
and heire. ry Russell {of littell Ma 

home in co. Wore. Harl. 

1545.) {Little Malvern.) 



M/ 



{See Sims' Imlex, p, 310.) 

Note, — In Harl. 1442, f. 70, occur these notes. 

Henricus Dom de Montrich sanz date. 

Warinua Montrich and witnes to ye Deede. 

Sr. William Montrich sanz Date. 

Robtus Montrich filius Oliveri Montrich et M.argareta) uxoria 8U£e aanz Date. 

Johannea Montrich & Joane his wife gave to Warln theire Sonne sanz Date. 

Warinus de Montrich 15 Ed. 2, 

Warinua Montrich 22 Ed. 3. 

Robert sonne to Wm. Weston 18 Ed. 3. Arms. — Ou a bend, 3 horseshoes (?). 



liott 



{Of Shelsley Beauchamp, co. Wore, and of Neio End, co. Hereford.) 

Harl. 615. ff. 61'^ 62 
Arms : — {None given in MS.) 

{According to Burke.) Az. a bend between three leopards' heads Or. 



Husrhe Nott.= 



Thomas i!^ott of Shel-=T=. 
disley Beauchamp. j ' 



Tone, doughter to 
Thomas Tayller. 



Katherin, doughter=y=John Nv)tte of Sheldisley Beau-=Elizabetlie, doughter to 



to John Walshe,^ 
1 wiff. 



shamp in the conty of Woster, Thomas Marston of My- 
gent., of Newe Inde (iVi?^/^ jE«</,2 diltou in the contie of 
near Wellington.) Salopie, 2 wiff. 



Edmonde, 1 sonne. Samuell, 2 sone. 



1 1 

Martyne, 3 sone. J one. 



For a continuation of a branch of this family, see Visit, of Gloucester 1682, p. 126; for the 
Worcestershire branch, see Sim's Index, p. 310. 



* Henry Muntrich died 31 Dec. 1649, ajt, 76, and lies buried at Leigh, co. Wore. Nash's 
Worcestershire, ii, 77. 

' There is a pedigree of f> descents of Welshe (or Walsh) of Sheldesley in Visit, of Worcester, 
1569 {Ash. SSI), in which J. N.'s 1st wife is called Anne, d. of Jno. Welshe. For a continuation 
of tlie Walsh pedigree, see Visit, of Wore. 1682, p. 99. 

^ Wm. Nott was bur. at Wellington in 1625 (R. 285). The maps vary, some spell the place 
New End, others New Inn. 



54 



VISITATION OF HEREFOEDSHIRE, 1569. 



f at^sljall 



{Of the Fcyrd in PuoUlleston. R. 7 ped.) 

Harl. 615, ff. 39^ 40. 

Arms : — Pateshall. Az. on a chevron Arg. between three body-hearts Or. as many 
escallops Gu. 



( 



Rafe Pateshall, 35, 41, 46 of E. III. 
Rafe Pateshall, 5 H. 4- 



John, 17 H. 7. 

J 



) 



Harl. 1645. 



John Pateshall (JS«c/i.^-doughter and heire 



ofHdsh. 1497.) 



of Wyn. 



William Pateshall^Sybell, doughter and heire 
of the Forde. I Gommonde of Byforde. 



I 1 

Boger, "William, 4 sonno 

3 Sonne. {mil proved at 

Hd. 1543.) 



Johu^ Pateshall of-y-Elynor, doughter to James 



the Forde {MP. 
fw Hdsh. 1557.) 



Tomkyns of Webley {ioill 
prd. at Hd. 1582.) 



James Pates- William Pateshall==Jane, doughter to Elex- 

hall, 2 Sonne. ©f the Forde in the ander Whitington^ of 

contyofHcreforde, Kotgrove in the conty 

gent of Hereforde, {Notgrove, 

CO. Glos.) 



Thomas. 



Margery, maried-^ 
to Anthony Ba 
rowe of Colling 
ton. 



Elynor. 



Notes an ff. 39'', 40. 

John Pateshall, gent, decimo septimo Henry the 7. 

Raulf Pateshall quarto E. the 3. 

Raulf Pateshall sexto of E. 3. 

Raulf Pateshall quarteragesimo primo of E. 3. Aitns as above. 

Raulf Pateshall tricesimo quinto A° of E. 3. Arms as above. 

John Pateshall did confirme by deede of A° of H. 6 the 20. 



1 Called Raffe Pat«shull in Ash. 831. 
» See Harl. Soc. xxi, 269 (Glos.) 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



65 



(Of Mansell Gamage. R. 193.) 

Harl. 615, tf. 59^ 60. 

Arms : — Pembridge. Barry of six Or. and Az. on a bend Gn. three mullets Arg. 

Rafo Pembridge. 



( 



r" 



T~r 



Sr. Henry, Kt.=f=Eliz., d. of Godfrey Sr. Foidk. 
Gamage, Knt. —  

Sr. Richard. 



1 

Sr. John. 



I 



William.'Y'Enfamia, d. of Sr. Rafe Lint/en, Ki. 

I 



William Pen ibridge.=f= Margery, d. of Sir John Burley, Kt. 



Henry.=j=Margerett, d. of John Sarnfeld. 



I r 



1. Eliz. d. of Sr.= John.=r2. Sibhell, d. of 



Geff. Grey. 



Roger Essaeh. 



John Pembridge.=f^ Agnes, d. of Hugh Ploiofeld. 
I 

r ' 

Thomas.=Y'Isabel, d. of Jeremy Joyce 

of ye forest of Deane. 



John Pembridge.=^Gathenn, d. of Thos. 
Bromwich of Stimfeld. 



Thomas. Walter.=^Joane, d. of Wm. Johan, dough =j=John Pem-=j=Elizabethe, 



William. 



Herbert, by tlie d. ter of {John) 
of Hancell. Gomonde. 



bridge of 

Mansell 

Gamasre. 



Vide p. 56. 



dougbter to 
Garlande, 2 
wiff. 



I 1 I ^yi 1 

John, o.s.p. Eliz.=j=Sr. Rotcland ,^ ^ John, Katherin, mar, to Margartt, 

I Moreton. ^ 2 sonne, Penor ( Venor, Ash. mar. to 

I ' J 83 1, 4' Harl. IoJ/jB.) Jemans 

Rich. MoHon q/ Mansell Gamage, ^ — {Jennons, 

Sybill, mar. to Coll- Harl. 

yar. l5Jf5.) 



1 Addition from Harl. 1545, f. 52. 



56 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



( 



Virle \). 55. 



Aniic, mar. 
to Henry 
l^rle.i 



Th<)iiias=|=Jane, doiighter of William 



Pembriue. 



Daskervile of Netliwood (in 
ThoiiaJMnj.) 



John Pem- 
brige, sone 
and lioire 
(o.s.p.) 



James, 
2 Sonne 



Thomas, 
3 Sonne. 



William, 
4 Sonne. 



Anthony,^ 
5 Sonne. 



1. John-=tl. of 
o.s.p. DclaJiaij. 



1 

2. Waltr.r= 

ofMaiwIl, 

O.fl.p. 



Jane. 



-Furtiina, d. of lUc. Tompkhus vf 
MoviiujUm. She mar. 2 Rob. Per- 
mit of Morton vjxm Ltujij. 



) 



HarL 
1545. 



^billtpes 



{Of Leominster. R. 176.) 



HarL 615, flf. 50^ 51. 



Arms :' — Phillips. Or on a cheoron Qn, three eagles heads erased Arg. in tlie dexter 
duef a crescent. 



John Philliixjs [servant to </ie»f=doughter 
E. of Shreicslpery, descended and heire 
of a ytmger In-other of York- of Vyners. 
shire, HarL 1545.Y 



Thomas Phillipes*(o/ y(<r/»t»t>Ze=j=donghter of Brocton {Brotighton, 
and. Lenuter in co. Hd.. Hart. I Harl. J 543) of Henley in conte 
1545,) I Salopie. 



' The Pearl family was connected with Acouburj' and Dewsall. See R. 4, 89. 

' For a continuation of this jiedigree (through Anthony), see Visitn. of Glos. 1682, p. 133 
(Fenwick and Metcidfe) and K. '.'^:> n. 

■* In Harl. l.")4r), f. 13 anotlicr coat is given. — Sa. a feme betuxen Uiree pewits Ar, beaked and 
uwmhercd Or. Az. n fosse bdiccen three faicona close Ar. beaked and leygai Or. was granted to 
Phillips of Yarpole, co Hd., 14 June, 1579. 

* See pod. of Phillip of Baguell, Yorks. Harl. 1171, fo. 2. 

* Symonds in his Diary, p. 267, mentions a tomb in Leominster Church with this inscription — 
" Jho. Phillips ob. 1530 and Isabela ux. ejus." 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



57 



I — 
Robart 

Yarpoole and) of Le lu- 
ster {Harl. 1545.) 



A 

.J 



Phillipos (q/W=Eliz;ibctiie, doughtor to John Pryce 
{of Cilia in Wdle^ Jiij Marrjt. , d. of 
Sir Edw. Crofte-i, I[aii. 154-5.) 



Elizabetlie, mar. to Thomas 
Noblett ( Ni/hk'ft, Harl. 
1545.) 



— I — I 

Alyce. 

— 

liriirett. 



"T~i — r~ 

Erauncis 
Phillipos. 



Margery, mar. 
to Thomas Bra- 



sier. 



Erauncis^ Phillipos- 
of Lemstor in the 
county of Herefor<lo 
{oh. 1576, Harl. 
1545.) 



=J{)ue, doughtor 
ajid oneof tiioiros 
to John Morrys 
of Lemstor. 



Eabyan, 2 sone, 
mar. 2 doughtor 
to Walter (If. P. 
for Leomhistfr 
'1572.) 



Thomas Phillipes, 
Sonne and heire. 



-T 
Elizabethe. 



Fabian, hoiKjht part of the Manor 
of Leominster in 1620. R. 175. 



For the notes to the above pedigree, and also for the following, I am indebted to John 
Batten, Esq., F.S.A. 

"The above coat is also borne by Phelips of Montacute House, Somerset. The shiekl of their 
arms over the fireplace in a small room on the ground floor is quarterly (Date lf>99.) 

" 1 and 4. A chevron between 3 roses. 

" 2 and 3. Or on a chevron Gu. three eagles' heads erased Ar. 

" Thare was evidently therefore some connection between the two families. The father of Sr. 
Edward Phelipps who built iMontacute House wai Thomas Phelipps, who die I l=i88, aged 8S, 
and he was probably the same person as in 15:39 was Escheatur for the County of Hereford and 
is described in his ' compotus ' for that year to be <>f Leominster, and also tjuibe possibly during 
his residence there manied a namesake for his first wife, and his son E Iward quartered her 
paternal arras, though with what authority we cannot say." 

The following wills are extracted from the RegisI ers of the Princip d Registry of the Court of 
Probate. 

Will of Anne Phillips, widow of Richard Phillips of Hereford. Proved l.')42 (Spurt 8.) 

Will of Amey Phillipes of Cruckmeele, parish of Pountesbury, Salop', widow of William 
Phillipes. Speaks of Richard, Fabian, and Robert (the last two minors) sons of her late son 
William deceiised. Proved 5 Nov. l.o95. 

Will of Richard PhiHps of Brocton, co. Salop, yeoman, dated lO.Fune 158 5; spaaks of Richard, 
eldest son ; Frauncis and Robert other sons ; Eliz. an I Anne, daughters. Richd. and Robert, 
executors. Proved 29 Jan. 1588. 

Fabian Philipps of Middle Temple, Barrister, was a sojourner at O.'cford 1641. Born 
at Prestbury, Glos. 1601. "His father was Andrew. Philipps of an ancient family in 
Herefordshire, born to a good est;ite in Lempster a id near it and his mother was a Bagehott of 
a good family also and heir to one of her brothers ob. 1690." Wootl's Ath. Fasti, p. 3. 



* Francis Phelips, Auditor of the Exchequer, 1565. (Cal. St. Pap. Dom. Ser. I. 366.) 

* Margret, d. of Wm, Walter of Wymbleton (Ash. 831.) Harl. 1545 has Fabyan Phillips, a 
Councellor in the Marclies of Wales.=:d. of Walter of Wimbleton in co. Surrey. 



58 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



(Of Porteham.) 



Harl. 615, ff. 62'' 63. 



Arms : — Pryce.^ Sa. on a chevron Arg. f>etween three leopard^ piceM Arg^ as many 
spear heads of ihe first on a chief of Vie second three cocks Ou. 

CrSst : — Ditto. A cock wings displayed Gu. combexl and collared Or. holding in 
his beak a rose Gil stallced Vert. 



( 



1. Philip^Elleii, d. of Win. 



Egerton. 



nering of Eglefeld. 



Man-^2. Sr. John 
Prior Kt. ' 



^1 
John. 



John Prior. 



I 

Phillij). 



Joane Prior.* 



I 



8r. Rafe. 



Sr. Richd. Egerton of Ridley. 



) 



Harl. 
151,5. 



'John Williams, als. Orom- 
well of London. 



Sir John Pryce of'^one, doughter 
Porteham in the to Williams of 
conty of Hereford. London. 



.1 

Richard,^ 
2 Sonne, 
mar. 



=Klizjibethe, doiij^liter John 

to William Wight- 3 Sonne, 

man of - Harowe of 
the lliU. 



William, 
4 Sonne. 



Elynor, maryed to 
Thoniiv^ Warsvin('^. 
15S0) of Longford. 



-" 1 

Jone, mar. to Thoina.s 

Williims of Estradfyn 

in the county of Cax- 

dinaom (Cardii/tin, 

Harl. 15 J/).) 



Mary, mar. to Tho- 
ma.s Morgon of Lan- 
ver in the county 
of Monmouthe. 



Bartilmewe, 
5 Sonne. 



1 

Ursula. 



Gregory,^ sonne and^Mary, doughter to Humfrey Conysby^ of Hampton 
heire, maryed. in the County of Hereford (Ae d. 1558.) 



John.=Y'An7i, d. and sole heiress of Sir Geo. Chute, Kt., by Mary 
d. and sole heire.-<s of Tlios. Wei ford of Wistaston. 



i" 



(See Duncmnh II. Ill, and Welford 
pedigree post.) 



^ Sir John Price of St Qiithlac's Priory, Hereford, gave for hia Arms — Chi. a chev. embattled 
on the upper side, bttween three spear Jieads Arg. embrued Gu. Crest {mmeas above.) See Strong's 
Hei-aldry of Hdsh., p. 87, and Duucnm'o's Collections, iL 111. Burke (Arraouiy) gives these as 
the arms of Pryce of Wrotham, co. Herts (PHerefs.) 

* Gregory sold advowsou of Horn Lacy to John Scudamore in 157-i. R. 141. 

' For pedigree of Couingsby of Hampton Court in Hope under Dinmore, see R. !48, 174 q. 



Visitation of Herefordshire, i569. 



5d 



{Of Cradlei/. R. 77.) 

Harl. 615, if. 58'', 59. 

Arms : — Py chard. Gu. on a/ess Or. between three escallops Anj. a mvllet. 



John {Richard,'Ash. 831) Vychard^ 
of Sucley in the conty of Wester 
{will dated 2 Auq. 1521, pnl 20 
May 1522:) 



■-{Eh'anor) 
doughter 
of Barrett. 



I 

A 

Vide p. 60. 



3. Richard Py chard e= 
{har. at Gradley 10 
Mar. 1575.) 



=Anne, doughter to John Abing- 
ton {Rich. A. of Brockhayniiton) 
of the conte of Ilercforde. 



Richard Pychard of= 
Caurdley in the 
County of Hereford, 
gent,, mar. {bar. at 
Gradley 28 Dec. 
1508.) 



r 

Edmond, 

2 sone, 11 
yeres olde. 



— --1 

Richard, 
3 sone, 
8 yeres 
olde. 



=Anne, dough- 
ter to William 
Collesi of Lye 
in the county of 
Woster. 



Joys, 

mar. 

to 



Anne, 
mar. to 
Thomas 
Stanley. 



Sybill, mar. 
to Thomas 
Gmam{Gol- 
lam, Harl. 
1545.) 



1 

John, 

4 Sonne, 

7 yeres 

olde. 



Anthony, 
5 sone, 5 
yeres olde 
{bap.1564.) 



1 

Joysyas, 
6 sone, 3 
yeres olde 
{hap. 1565.) 



1 

Thomas, 

7 Sonne. 



William, sone and heire, 
13 yeres olde {living 
16U.) 



Margartt. 
Sysan. 



Mary. 

Joys {bap. 1567.) 



Dorothy, bur,=f=George, buried at 



at Gradley, 
1666. 



Gradley 
1614. 



8 June 



1 

Thomas, 

living 1614- 



Wilham, 
living 1614^ 



Elinor. 



Anne. 



Isabell. 



Living 1614- 



1 See Harl. MS. 1566, f. 120. 



60 



ViSITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 156d. 



Vide p. 59. 

A 



Thomas of Powycky^r'Annc. 
CO. Wore. 



Nl/ 



WiUiahi of Ari'u--^=Marijf. , d. of Rich. Ahing- 
hary, Uriinj InSl. ton of Brockhamptun. 



r 
2. Anne, living^^l.John,! icing 1521^^1. Eliz. of Pauntoii in pur. of 



1540 



of COS. Northmds, 
Wore, and lid. 
i 



Bishop'>i Fromr, co. Hd. oh. 1528. 



Jotm of Paunton, tcill dated'^'Attee, d. and coh. of 
4 July, prd. 22 Oct. 1551. Francis Slade, Esq. 

^ ^ ^ 

1. l)orothii,'^Rohert DowncM, Afargei^y, let. 4 tit'-^Urtjrgedela Downed, Eliz., ob. 



(lit. 6 in mar. in or hi- 1551, olt. 1508. M.I. 
1651. forn 1560. at IJjt'n Frovie (xfr 

R. 26.) 



mar. in ur fjefare infans 
1560. 1551. 



Mychall Went leorth.^Fninces, mar. Nov. 18, 
1585 at lip's Frome. 



A quo Wenttvorth of 
Woolley, CO. York. 



• For this family, bee aii intvruHting book, " TLe Picanls or Pydiards of cos. Brecon, Hereford 
and Worcehter," London, Golding ;uul Lnwrence, 187S, from which the notes in this pedigree 
are tttken and the entries in ilaliet. 

The liegi^jters of Cradley l^egin in 1560 iind contain numeruus entries of the Pycbards. 
Mairiar/e. 1620. Will. rycli:ii<l, gent, an<l Mary Bullock. 
BuriaJt. 1575. llich Pychard, gont, 10 March. 
„ 1598. lUch. I^chanl, gent, 28 Dec. 



Kohi5on 



(0/ Roicdan in Bromyard. R. 62, ped.) 

Harl. 615, ff. 18^ 19, \^\ 
Ar>is : — Quarterly. 

1 and 4. Ruwdon. Sa. a gri^n segreant Or. 

2. Lc Moigiie. Or. ,<ix martlet, f, three two and one Gv. 

3. Helyon. Az. on a Innid cottised Or. three stag^ heads caboshed Gu, 



Sir Raulf Moif?ne, Knij,'ht of Rowdun Anno=f- 
1274 he was Loiile of Thomonrye nether- j 
wuodc and dyveis uthei-s {Net/iertvuud in par 
of Thornhury, co. Hereford. R. 266.) 



ViSItAtlOK OF HEEEFOKDSIlUiE, 1569. 



61 



Sir Raulf Moigno, Kiiight.-=pAlys, doughter to 



Thomas Towneley, servant to=f-Alys Moigne 



therle of Lancaster. 



{sole heire.) 



John Rowdune, sonne to Thomas=^Mergery. 
who callid liimself Towneley. 



Richard Rowdon,=j=Alys. 
{Uvm(/34E.IIL) j 



William Rowdon {6 H. d)=f=Mergery, doughter to 
Agnes, doughter and heire=f=John Rowdon, secondly=T=Alys 



to James Helyan^ {of Bre- 
denbui'y.) 



he maried. 



I doughter. 



Vide p. 62. 



I 1 1 1 

James=i=Jone, doughter to Alys, mar. to Elizabethe. Agnes. 

John Browne. Philips Hill. 

J , , 



Rowdon. 



Richard [d. 1564-), maried= 
Sibbill, doughter to John 
Baskervile. 



I 1 1 

Thomas, Jane Walter 

2 Sonne. Rowdon. Rowdon, 

3 sone. 



I 7~i 1 

Margrett, Elizabethe Dorathe 

mar. to Rowdon. Rowdon. 

Bryges. 



John, Anne, maried 

sans yssue. to William 
Nycolletts.2 



1 — I 

James Rowdon, Dorathe 
4 sone. Rowdon. 



1 

James 

Rowdon. 



Edward 
Rowdon. 



Elynoi 
Rowdon. 



"771 
Elizabethe 

Rowdon. 



Anthony Rowdon of Rowdon=f=Anne, doughter to Moris 



in the conty of Hereford, mar. 
{h. 1540, d. 1622.) 



Barkeley of (Tlostenshire 
(*/ie d. 1673.) 



Richard, sonne and heire. 



Frauncis, 2 sonne. 



' For an account of the family of Helyoii of Helyou (now Hellens in Much Maicie) aud of 
Bredenbury, see R 39, 199. 

* Nicholetts of Eastham, co. Wore, and Avenbury, co. Heref. For a pedigree, see R. 1 7 
(Viaitn. of Heref. 1683.) 



62 



VISITATION OF HEREF(JRDSHIRE, 1569. 



Vide p. 61. 



Walter, 
sans yssue. 



Persivall, Richard Rowdon (Ttiq. p.m. IS 18),' 

san.s yssiie. mar. Cisille Arnoldc* 



Frauncis Rowdon, doughter and«=j=« 
heire to her brethren, mar. to 
^Moris Barkeley {^/ul ><. of Thos. 
Ofh Dl. IWh-ley.) 



Henry, sans 
yssue (/w^. 
p.m. 1543.) 



1 

Richard, 

sans yssue. 



I 

Mwarde. 



Morys. Cisselle. Elynor. Anne. 



1 

Frauncis. 



John Le Muyuu did give tu ... ^\n» date. Arnt». — Six martletti, tliree two and one. 

John Le Moyno did idve by thes |«re>««nt to Kaulf Moyne hi« »on sans date. — Anns. — tS'jt 
inartletH, three two and one. 

Hughe Lancaster did releane to Thonian Touley the xxvi'^'' of E. 1. 

Thomiuj of Townley Lorde of Kowdone and Alys his witt* the 3 of E. 2. Aruus. — A griihn 
seRreaut. 

Walter Le Wyue Lorde de PreHtoii [Proston Wynne, co. J/etrf'unl, tee H. J36) did uonfirme to 
Thomas and Joliu Hone t4i ThomaH Tonley Lorde of Kowdon, quarto of E. 3. Annt. — Erm. on 
a bend three njaillets. 

John Bonne of Tliouias of Towueley Lord of Kowdon the 4th of E. 3. Antu. — Aa the last. 

Richard Kowdon triceHinio quinto of E. 3. Arms. — Same aa Ust. 

John lielyou of Castell Ix>rde of Hryddenburg (Bredenbury) in the county of Hereford 
sexto of H. 5. Aiiiut. — On a bend eottised ..., 3 stags' heads cabuahed. 

William Rowdon the si^tth of Heniy the 5. Amu. — Same as last. 

Walter Rowdon did make his brother Richard liowdon of H. 7. 

Walter Rowdon did give to Jone widowe to James Rowdon fratries mei the 8 of H. 8. 

Jono Row don wift' tu James Rcjwdon of H. 8. 

Jonn Rowdon by liis will did. Amu. — As above. 



^rubamor^ 



{Of Holm Lacy. It 11,2, ped.) 

HarL 615, tf. 9, 9^ 10. 
Arms : — Quarterly of six. 

1. Scudamore. Gu. tftn^e stirrups Ifuthen-d and buckled Or. 

2. Tregoz. Or. two bars gemel and in chief a lion jiOnsatU yuardant Gu. 

3. Huutercombe. Erm. two (Mm ijcmel. 

4. Osborne. A h-.nd cottisail between tico jisJies bendwute. 

5. Packington. Fer chevron iSa. and Ary. in chief 3 inullett; Or. in base 
as many yarbs Gu. 

6. Washbourne. Ary. on a fess between «ix martlets Gii. three qttatre foils 
of the field. 

Crbst : — Out of a dncal coronet Or. a lion's jamb Sa. 

Philipe Scudamoi-e otherwise=j=doughter and one of theires of John 
called Philipe evias. j H.undevcomb (Jluntercombe, Ash. 831.) 



* See Duncumb's Herefordshire, iL 70. 

' Probably the Arnolds of co. Glos. and afterwards of Llanthony, co. Monm. See HarL 
Soc. xxi. 4. 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



63 



A 

-J 



Georgo Scudamove.=i=(loughter of Biirghill. 



T. 



Philipe Scudainore.= 



=doughter and he ire of 
Osbourne of London. 



— 'P  
"William Scudainoro 

seconde sonne (H. 21. ) 



William Scuda- 
moro, md. 



=AIys, doughter to 
Richard Mynors of 
Tveago [R.290,27cd.) 



Edwarde 
Scudamore. 



AnneScudamore, mar. 
to Jolin Sciidamore of 
Rolston. 



Sibill, doughter to=p=Johii Scudamoro of Home Lacy=^Jane, doughter to 



Watkiii Vaugiian 
of Her<rest. 



I 

Richard 

Scudu- 

more, 

2 sone. 



John Scudamore, 
3 sonne, maried 
done doughter 
and heire to FaI- 
monde Payn of 
Founehope. 



William Richard, 
2 sone. 



Scuda- 
more. 



Henry, 
3 sone. 



— n 
John, 
4 sone. 

Sybill. 



in the county of Ilereforde, Es- 
quier (d. 25 Sep. 1571.] 



William Rudhall, 
seconde wiffe. 



Philipe, 4 sonne, mariod 
done doughter to Richard 
Warnecombe, and wid- 
owe to Walter Kerle.^ 



done, maried 
to ^Valter 
Aguillam of 
Gillowgh in 
the county 
of Heref orde 
{Oillow in 
Hentland.) 



Elizabethe, 
mar. to 
Humfrey 
Baskervile. 



Katherin, maried to Rich- 
ard Monyngton of Sar- 
nesfelde in the county of 
Hereford. =j= 

I ^ 

I Vide p 



Syselle (SibilJa, 
Ash. 831.) 



1. John. 

2. Walter. 

3. James. 



T—r-\ 

Katherin. "j 



June. 



Ursula. 



! Ash. 
^831. 



Sybill, maried first to Tho- 
mas Danscy of Brynsope, 
seconde to John Delabere 
of Tyberton. -7= 



Jane, first mar. to John 
^Varnecomb, after to 
SirWilliamDevereulx, 
Knitrht. 



64. 



I — I — 
Thomas, 

first sone. 

John, 
2 sone. 



- -FT"- 
Richard, 

3 sone. 

William, 

4 sone. 



1 

Anne, mar- 
ied Richanl 
Wigins 
{Rich. Wig- 
more. ) 



TH 



Mergery. 
Sybell. 



I 

William, 
seconde 



( 



I 

1. Rich. 
Wigmore. 



— I — I 

2. Wrn. Jane 



3. George. 



me. \ 

— / 

Mary. 



Axh. 
831. 



I 

Richard 

Dansey. 



r 



( 



dau. 



Jane, mar. to 
Litelton. 



) 



Ash. 
831. 



James, 
thirde sone. 



Thomas, 
forthe sone. 



Symonde 
Dansey. 



John 
Dansey. 



John, first sone, mar. 
Elynor doughter to 
Richard Abington.'^ 
1 ._ 



Jane. 



done, mar. to 
]*>dmonde 
Browne. 
I 



Elizabethe, mar. to 
Thomas Xvcholas 
{Nu-olls, Ash. 831 ) 



Mawde 
Dansey. 



{Thos. Daansei/, Ash. 831.) 



(Thos. Browne, A.Ji. 831.) 



' For Kyrle pedigi-ee, see R. 280. 

* For a pedigree of the Abington family, see Harl. Soc, xxi, 194 (Glos,), and petligree of 
Abidgton (ante.) 



64 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



r 



Richard 



Vide p. 63. 

B 

1 



William, 8011110=1= Ursuelcy, doughter and one of theires 
and heire. of Sir John Pagington {Pakmgton, 

Ash. 831.) 



Scudamore, more, sonne 
2 sono. and heire. 



T 1 1 1 

John Scuda-=f=Elynor, doughter George, Roulande, Jon e, mar. to 



to Sir James of 3 smuc. 4 sone. 
Croftes {Sir Jan. 
Orofis of Orofts.) 



I ^T 1 

Henry, soiine John, James, 

and heire. 2 sone. 3 sone. 



Thomas Scuda- 
more of Kent- 
churche {R. 
155 ped.) 



Alys. Ursuley. 



^^born^ 



{Of Sutton St. Ificholas. R. 26^.) 

Harl. 615, fT. 49'', 50. 

Arms : — Seborno. Barry wavy of ten Arg. and Az. over all a lion rampant Or. 



(John St'lHrrnc of^d. nf John Pairtjft^^ William Elton. 'j-Margery, doughter 
Sutton in com. Hd. I of Miirton. 



) 



,., 



Care we. 



Richard Seborne of Sutton-f=Eliziibethe, dough- {1. Anw^ to Rich. 
in the conty of Herefonl, Un to William El- Willistm, Axh. 
Gent. ton. 831.) 



Elizabethe Katherin* 

{ux.lingen.) {iix. lockard.) 



Sibbell, d. of Moninghii- 
of Samesft'ld. 



1 1 1 

Anne {nx. Ilojj- Elynor {iijr. Alyce, {ux. 
iniod 0/ Mydle- Monitigtfm. ) Geo. Scuda- 
ton.) more.) 



Catherine, vjc. Chivstopher 
lord Tenham of Kent. 



sjohn, Sonne ami heire 

{nf Sutt07l.) 



1 

Mary. 



-—-1 1 1 

Ettz., nx. Mary, %ix. Thom. A dan. nx.Cas- 
IVellt^. Wi(/mo)-e. sey of Cassey 

Compton. 



2. d. of Pen-'^ Christopher=l. Mai-y, d. of John Arnn- A dau. ux. Southcote 
rudock. Seborne. dell of Chidiock, co. Dmset. of co. Essex. 



* The additions in italict are from Harl. 154.5, f. 1^. 

• Mr. Robinson, p. 229, gives Katherine as the wife of Roger Hopwood of Milton in Pembridge. 
He died in 1623, hia wife in 1615, 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



65 



{Of Much Cowarne.) 

llarl. 61 o, ff. 34'', 35. 

Arms : — Skull. Gu, a bond between six lions^ hcadf erased Am. 



Davye Skull of ]>recknoke=^ 
in AVallys. 



jNIyles Skull. 



Sir Walter Skull, 2 soune (o/= 
Tloltr in com. Worcestrr.y 



Williani=j=doughter of Walwyn of {Joyce, d. and sole h., nx. 
Skull. ^laxkxW {M acl, Marcle.) Si: Ed a: Croft,', Kf.y 



I 



(loughtor of=pJolni Skull. =j=Ma\V(lo, doiighter to Johu AVigmore 



Li"on. 



of Lugton in the conty of Hereford 
{Lucton, R. 180.) 



1 

Thomas 

Skull, 

1 Sonne. 



L 



William 
Skull, 
a prcst. 



n 



Richard Skull uf MuciU!=i=duiighter of 



Cowarne in the county 
of Hereford. 



Yerwourthe.^ 



I 

Rowlande 
Skull, Sonne 
and heire, 28 
yeres. 



William Skull, 
2 Sonne, of 
the age of 26 
yeres. 



John Skull, 
3 sonn(! of 
the age of 
24 yeres. 



1 

Margartt. 



* Additions from Harl. 1545, f. 10. See pedigree of Croft p. 21. 

* For Yerworth of Ipplopeii, Devon, from co. Monmouth, see Westcott'n Devon, p. 524. 
See also A'isitu. of Devon, 1564, p. 218, and Yisitn. of Wilts (Phillipp.i) 1C23. Yerworth 
marriages will also be found in Harl. Soe. xxL 186 (Glos.) and MetcaKe's Visit, of ArVorc. 1682, 
p. 10. 



K 



66 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569 



Sampktns 



(0/ Gnrnston in Weohley. R. 29-3 ped.) 

Harl. 615, ff. 07'", 68. 

Arms : — Tompkins, Ak. oh a rhfiTon, hfiwr/'u three cock pheoiiantx, cloMe, Or., <is 
iiKiny crosscx croKsIct, Sa. 

Guest :-- -Ditto. An unicornis h^ad erased, per fnfs Anj. and ... arni'-d and 
tuaned Or. (jorijed with a chaplet of laurel Vert. 



(f^.)Marg(!ry, (louglitorof-f-Jauies Tompkins of Wel)li!y=j=(/.) Elyuor, doughter of 



Ket('lsl)_v^ (of Cofhf'ridijf, 
CO, Wore.) 



in tli(! conty of Herfonl, //, 
2-i l)er. I'jOI I nil. p.m. 



.._L 



I 771 

Johan, l-'lizabetlie, 

mar. to mar. to 

George ( leoi-gc! 

Vaghau. Monyngton. 



I 1 1 

Urst'la. Mary. Margart-tt. 



1 I 

Kiitherin, Margartt, 

mar. to maried U> 

Jones.- Dyfonl. 



Elizabetho, lircst maried 
toChapmnn (^/■Av^//•^///) 
and after to I'rowne (»»/ 
LeinthuU.) 



Elynor, mar. 
to .Tolm PaU'."- 
liull {of th<- 
Ford.) 



\Vm. Smoghe ( Snnfhjhe, 
Harl. 1540, of Weohley, 

n.) 



William Tomjjkins, sone 
and heire, maried Mary, 
dough ter of (Riclul.) 

Inki>cn of {lie teas 

horn 1522, and bur. at 
Dilwija 21 Jnuj- 1582, 

x.p.) 



Alyco, mar. to Ritlianl 
Setwin,' and after to 
I.,eananl IJinge-' {Kimi 
It.) 



Anne, mar. to 
John Partrige 

{of Wfohhi/.) 



Enttt 



{Of Castle Frome. R. 63.) 

Harl. 615, If. 37'', 38. 

Arms : — Quarterly. 

1 and 4. Unett. Sa. a clu'oron Erni bet inem three lions^ heailx conped Arr/, 

2. ... Sa. a bend between two 

3. ... Or. on a fes.^ On. threi' iiixrfb'tx of the field. 

John Cladsall, maried (C//J'Asvr//=j=Hloughter and one of 
of Woodcofe, CO. Wore.) | theire« of Lacye.* 



^ For a pedigi'ee of the Kettleby family of co. Glos. from co. Line, see Ifarl. xxi. 260. 

" Philip Jones of Edwin Loach, co. Wori;., he was bur. 23 Ang. 10 10, she wxs hiir. 22 Feb. 
]604, bi>th at Edwin Loach. For a j^igree of their descendant*, see Metcalfe's Visitn. of 
Worcc.-4ter 1682, p. CO. 

•< Wynn, Harl. 1545. Biug, Harl. 1545. 

* For a pedigree of De Lacy of E^^'ias, Weobley and Ludlow, see Eyton's Antiquities of 
Shropshire, v. 240. 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



67 



A 

L. 



Siv "William Devereux=7=Kliz{il)otho, doujfhtor aiul 



{lirlu'i 1-Hl.) 



hciro of Clotlsall. 



(Itichanl) I?race=j=^]\largarett {colflr) 



{of Wkhe, 
Won:) 



Joughter to Sir 
William Devereux. 



-1 

{Jcaii(',= 
colmr. 



=J(Uf. I Iff I/O n 
of WcHfhuh; 
CO. Hd.) 



John Uiiett.^=f=EIizabethe, dough tor 
and one of thciros of 
Brace. 



Margarett, niaried 
to Bromwicliy, sans 

yssuo. 



I 

Rowlande 

Unett. 



=donglitcr of Honjford of Sulftoii 
[Parisli of Mordiford.] 



Thomas Unett, Basse sone, 
2 sone, mar. Jone doughter 
to Powell. 



Rowlande Unett=f='Jone, dougliterto 
of Gastill (Friini'', Tliomas Aphary 
Ai^h. 831.) of Postou. 



( 



Richard Vnet of=fMa)'<jaret, 
Lydburij in Here- d. to James 
fordshire {Led- Bodeiihain. 
bury.) 



Jane, maried 
to Thomas 
Knia;ht. 



James, =j=Eliz.., h. 
to Win. 
Kariiig.'^ 



Richard. 



Wm. 



-T— r-rn 

Anne. 



William, 
2 Sonne. 



I 
Kathcrin, 

niaried to 

Thomas 

Hancok. 



William Unett of=7=Margery, 



•lone. 



Thoma^. Elenor. 



Vrsula. JBarhara. 



M(mjr<-t. 



) 



Castill frome in 
the conty of Here- 
fordo. 



doughter 
to Henry 
Jones. 



I 1 X — 

Frauncis, Richard, William, 
son and 2 sonne. 3 sonne. 
heire. 



Anne, maried to 
Richard Browne '^ 
of Lyttell frome 
{hed'.27H. 8, see 
R. 12.) 



Jone. 



Mar^jarett- 



Katherin. 



1 This John did make a release to Robert de k Le A"" 10 H. VI. (Aoh. 831.) 
^ Karne, Hail. 1545 (? Carwardiue.) 
^ Addition from Ash. 831. 

* The Browues of Little Frome in Avenbuiy on the borders of Worctbtershh e have a pedigiee 
entered in the Visitations of that County. See Sims' Index, p. o08. 

K- 



68 



VISIT ATIOX OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



n 



{Of Treoervijn in Llangniren.) 

Hail. 615, K 36'', 37. 

Arms : — Quarterly. 

1 and 4. Vaughan. Sa. a chcvivn hftiocen three hoyn^ lieads, conjml at the 
sliouldcrs, Ar;/. rriru'd Or. enwrapped about the iiecks with as many 
makes Az. 
2. Powell. Sa. a ctierruii hetwei-n three spears' Jutads Ary. emlirwd (in. 
3 Or. ttirec rorhs On. comttcd and leyged Or. 

Crest : — A hay's head as in the arms. 



{1. d. f>/==Howell' {livitnj J4oO) Ap-^^. Catherine, d. 

Huutlnj.y^ Thomas of the houe>c of of Grotto aj> 
Perthier' {in <•«>. Mon- Icor-hirofGla- 
mniith.) ntwgan.y 



William I'owellj^p- 
elilcst sdiino. 



Hopkvn* 
Pjwefl. 



William-f=(f/. of John Pye of the 
Vaughan. Mynde, co. Heref.)'- 



Reynolde John Vaughan=f=T'yziil {Lizaii, Ash 
Powell. 



John Vj 



of Taivervyn 
{TreV'jrwiii, 
Ilarl. 1.140.) 



So J) (lough ter of 
William Powell of 
Pt-rtliier. 



{of Llanrothal, 
CO. Heref.y 



aughan-T-('/. of Rich. 



Sciulamore 
of Rowlston.)* 



Thoma8=j=Elizabethe, <loughter 
Vau«lian. to Thomas Phillipos. 



John {of''=f={MaiitI, d. of Wm. 
( Kil/itttj. )2 Coxe of Skenfrith.f 



Ph ill ipc Vaughan of=^^Annf, ilougliti-r 
Treveivyn in the to John a Gilliam 
county of Herefoi-d, of faulley. 
Gent. 



—- r-i •— 
(./.) Rirliar.1 

Vau"han. 



{3.) Roger. 



1 

John {Mr. Glark-y 

omits this Johti.) 



William {of==l. d. of J oh it Gwllini. 
JJanrofhat, ^=2. d. if iSr. Ttio--!. Herbert 
liriiitf loSo. of Woiiasttur, co. Mount., 
iridtm- nf Watlcin Powel.)^ 



^ Ste Clark's '' Genoalogioti of Morgan ami Glamorgan," pp. 264-6, from which the additions - 
are taken. The descent here given tluoiigh Wm. Powell differs very much frtm Mr. Clark's 
account. 

* In the parish of St Maughan, co. Monm. 

* ¥or his descendants, see Guillim pedigree (ante) and Clark's Genealogies, p. 265. 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



69 



Malto^n 



{Of Ijongfonl or Lon/jwoiih in Luf/ioardtne. R. 202, ped.) 

Harl. 615, ff. 70'', 71. 

Arms : — Walwyu. Gu. a bend within a hordnre Erni, in chief a talbot jjcufnant Or., 
in cliif'f a mullet for differtmcc. 

Crest ; — Ditto. On a mall or part of a hattlenieat ma>fon.ed Sa. a icivern, winijs 
expanded Vert, pierced tlironijli ilir moutli witli a spear Sa. /leaded Ar<j, 
[a barred cliestj^ 



John AValwiii oi=f={A(fnes, d. and coii. 



Longford in the 
county of Hero 
ford, Es(|uier. 



(l.)John, 
sans 

yssue. 



(3.) Nycholas, 
a preste {Preh. 
of Ed.) 



r" 



(7.) Hughe. 



Margartt, mar. 
to Tyrrell. 



of Simon Milhourne 
(f Tilliuiifon.) 



d) William (5.) Foulke. (6) Eustace 
Wahvin, {of Dor- 

Auditer. mington.) 



1 

(9.) Edwardc {of-=j= / Peri/n, d. of Br age 

Coddiiuifon.) \of Hull. 



Jolm Wahvy n of\ Harl. 
Codington, ld(>9. ) 14^2. 



( 



Anne, d. '/=j=(8. ) George (2.) Thoina.s=f=Elynor, doughter and heire to John 

Sipnond I {of Long- Walwyn, I A^iughan of Kynton, by doughter 

Gawnt-^ of \ford.) mar. | and heire to Grenewaye.^ 

Oxon. A 

Vidr ].. 70. . 



Edward W(dwgji=j=GJiristian, d. of Sgniond. Bridget, 



of Soutliam in 
Qh.s 



Jolin Stretford,^ 
of Glos- 



to John 
Wheler. 



I — I 

Wni. 

Sijmond. 



—r-r^ , p— , 

Barbara. George, elded John. 
■■<on {see Harl. — 

Jane. Soc. xxi, 175.) Edmovd. 



EIrhd. 



) 



' Added iu the later hand. 

- The Greenways were of Stretton Sugwas ; oiio Richd. G., d. 1476, having mar. Matilda, d. of 
John Harpar of Welhngtou, another Kiohd. O. was 11. S. iu li98. Set- 11. 262. 
^ Beaumont, R. (202), but Gawnt in Harl. Soc. xxi. 265. 
■* For Stratford of Farmcote, co. Glos., see Harl. Soc. xxi. 155. 
^ Addition from Ash. 831. 



70 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



Vide p. 69. 

A 



Nycliolas Wahvin =j=Elynor, diniglitcr t<» 



sonuo and heirc, 
mar. (d. 1558.) 



I 

John, 

2 Sonne. 



Willian), 
3 Sonne. 



John Lyn<;cyn, Es- 
([iiicr {of Siitfon.) 



1 1 _ 

John, sans Syhill, mar. to 
yssuc. John Herpcr 

{inar. in 1500.) 



1 

Margartt, 
mar. to 
Thomas 
Vauiihan. 



Sybill, 
maried 
to Giles 
Domcry.^ 



Anne, mar. 
to Hervy 
{Hcrmnjof 
Sutton.) 



I 



Thomas Walwin, sonue and^EIynor, douglitor to 



heire of Longeforde in the 
county of llorcfordo ((/. loSil) 



Sir Jolui a Vryce, 
Knight. 



Nycholas, »omw 
and heirc. 



Thomas, 
2 Sonne. 



"771 
Eli/alK'lhe. 



Elizabethe. 



.Jane. 



Foi a later branch of the Wahvyns (of Wiik ' «• •• M"ti.ilf»''8 Vwitn. of Worct-ster 1682, p. lUO. 



oMarnrromb^ 



{Of Her»-fi>rd.) 



JIarl. G15, ff. 64'', 65. 



Arms : — Warnecomhe. iSu. on a fuss duiicettcc [Or.]' three demi liuius rampmd \nf 
the fii-fit^ (juftce [Aiy,] Ictareti as inani/ hesiudu, txich chanjed with an 
f'xcallop of the JirJd, in the chief point a crettcenf for difference. 

Crest : — 1 )ittf>. A raltrap Or. iiirirom-d irith n >n'riKnd Veii. 



Jolin Warnecomlje,=^ 
mar. 



' Gylts Daniory of Cotherii)gtou, lo. Glos. Ste ped in HarL Soc. xxL 244. 
■■' Coiourt- in bjaekets? !<ii]>j)lied from Berry. 



VISITATION OF lIEREFORDSHIRK, 15C9. 



71 



I — 
Margartt, 

luariod to 



A 



Richard \Varne-=i=Anuc, doughtcr Elizabcthe, mar. 
combo of the cyte to Richard lirom- to William 
of Hereford. wiclie. Downes. 



'Roijer Vij- 
chan of 
Ll'tlicved.) 



Wathin T/ioa. 
Vi/chnn. — 

»SV. Rogt'i: 



William Vi/chait of 
Bre<l irxirden. 



Ma\vde,mar. to= 
John Ilarlo 
{Ilarlci/, Hath 

mo.) 



Katherin,^ maricd 
to -lolin ]>louiit. 

Anno, mar. to 
Thomas Woode 
of London. 



Sihyl. 



■■Roq<'i 
Wig- 


) 


James'' War- 
necombe, 2 


nwre. 


sone,Elynov, 
doughter to 
Hiot, 



=]\Iavy, 

doughter 
to John 
Corne- 
wall of 
TJurfordo. 



\k 



1 

Margartt, mar. 
to James Ba- 
romo (Daroice, 
A,sli. 8JJ, of 
Jjiil/ingltdiu.) 



Jone, niaried to 
Phillipe Scuda- 
more (nhe man'ied 
fird Wallt'.rKi/rle, 
see R. 280 'and 
ante p. 63.) 



John Warnecombe,= 
sone and licire, {jl. 
seised of Wintciroit 
in Leominster 6 E. 
VI., leaciiuj Jotiu 
his heir, thenS ijears 
old, R. 176.) 



■n 



=Jane, dough- 
ter to John 
Scudamore 
{of Horn 
Lacij. ) 



{Joan.) 



William 



1. William Wi< 
{of Shohdeu.) 

I 



=Alyce. 



( 



M'trij, d. of K'/is- 
Eoans, als. Bit It ill 
of Northop in c.o. 
Flint. 



=Thomas 
Wigmorc 
{of Shoh- 
deu.) 



I 

Ed\vard(! 

Croft, 

iir.st .sone. 



Ri(luird,=EIizabethe, doughter 

•3 sonne, to John l>lount of 

mar. (4ryndon AVary and 

one of his heires 

{Grendon Warren.) 



=2. >Sir James 
a Croft. 



1 

.John 

Cn.fr, 

2 .Sonne 



James 
Crofr, 
3 Sonne 



~; — I 
Frauncis 

Croft, 

4 Sonne 



Warneconihi' 
Wi<imore. 



Elynor, mar. to 
John Scudamore. 



^fargartt, mar. to 
William Rudhall. 



U 



Richari 



Wigmore.=Gatherin, d. of John Leighton \' 
of Wafleshortmgh, Salop. f 



^ A.sh. 831 makes Katherin (who mar. J. Blount) daughter of Rich, and Ann Warneombe, so 
does Harl. 1 545. 

* These additions are from Harl. 1545, fo.. 41. 

3 " James W, mar. Elenor, d. of Hyett mar. to .John Cornewall, 2 wyff." (Asli. 831.) 



72 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



asl}^lj0rn^ 



{Of Jioxhiit'ij from CO. Worctuitcr.) 

Harl. 615, ff. 12^ 13, n\ 

Arms : — t^iuivteily, 

1 and 4. Washcborne, Anj. on a feis betiot'ca six marth'tx Sn. three 

qiialre-foiln of the field. 

2 and 3 Erm a chief Imidy sinister of six Or. and Su. 



Sir Roger Waslu'-=f=Joue, 
borne, Knight. 



doti'ditcr to 



( 



M'alter Beirrhuiupt' ijari- tin- 
manor of Wi/ff'-;/ to Ilinjh 
Power. 



Sir John "\Vasho-=j=Isaboll, 
borne. donghter to 



Iliujht^ 

I 

H 

Ricfiard. 



Robert AVnshe -^Margarett, 
borne. dou'diter to 



.J 



John Washeborno,=j=I.sabelI, 
2 Sonne. doughterto 



John Poirrr. 



H 



Nidtolox Thin 
(f Ashton. 



I 1 

lioijer^Maud, Vinjan Thine, 



Power. 



sister and Lo. of Ashton, 
h'Hr. s. and h. 



Peter \Vashe-'=f=Isolde, dongliter to Tho- 



borne. 



mas Hanley {Thos. Hanloj, 
son ofThox., A.-'h. 8S1.) ' 



John 
Power, 



Walter 
Pmcer. 



) 



Jolin Washeborue.-f=Margarett, doughter and 
lieire to John Power. 



' This marriage took place 29 E. Ill, Peter ile Washburae mar. Isold d. of John do Hanley of 
Hanley William in the parish of Eastham, co. Wore. See Nash's Worcestershire, i. 365. 
* Addition from Ash. 831. 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



73 



A 



^Norman Wtishebonie (o/'=i=Klizal)ethe, dough tor to 



Wich'iifonl, CO. Wore.) 



Henry Kingston. 



Jone, (loughtur to=f=Johu AVaslie- 



Williiun Mytton 
{of Staffs., Ash. 
881.) 



borne. 



=EIizabethe,doughtor 
to Monnyngton of 
Buttas {in Kiiujs 
Pijon.) 



1 

(.4 dau. 



Ilarl 



-John Hurfford 
of DlcMfnton, 
CO. Glot.) 



xxi. 86. 



Robart=j=Elynor, doughter 
Washe- and heire to Wal- 
borne. ter Stapills {Sta- 
ples, Ash. 831.) 



Anthony Washe- 
borne, seconde 
Sonne to John (o/ 
Boshury.) 



=Anne, dough- 
ter to Thomas 
Ley land- of 



— -~\ 
Richard, 
thirde 
Sonne. 



John=f=Margarett, dough- 



Washe- 
borne. 



ter to William 
{Gotinrjton of 
Glos., Ash. 831.) 



, . ' 

Elizabethe, 

maried to 

Davy Jones. 



Anthonv. 



William. 



INn-in, 
maried to 
Thomas 
Tern pell. 



Mylboroughe, 
maried to Rich- 
ard Capell(?Mca'. 
in 1568, 11 
150.) 



( 



I — — 
Anne. 
^Wm. 
Freman. 



Katherin. 

=John 

Clopton.^ 



) 



Ash. 831. 



John Washe- 
borne (21 A*" 
1569, Ash. 
831.) 



Anthony Washes 
borne (of Wijch- 
inqfordjC.o. Wore. 
Ash. 831.) 



William Robart^ 

^Vasheborne Washe- 
(18.) borne 

(16.) 



1 

Edmoude 

Washe- 

borne 

(15.) 



=Anne, doughter 
to Richard Reed 
{of Boding ton, 
Ash. 831.) 



( 



William. 



I I I n 
Tltomas, 12. 

Richd., 11. 

Norman, 10. 

— \Ash. 

Walter, 2 years. /831. 



N.B. — In Ashmolean, 831, this is among theWorcestershire pedigrees. 



^ This Nortjutn Washehorne by his deed and scale of Arms A" 1 1 H. VII f. (Note in Ash. 831.) 
''' For Leylaiid of Lanca-shire, see Chetham Soc. Ixxxi. 131, xcviii. 88, xcii. 196. 

* For pedigree of Cloj)ton of Snitterfield, co. Warw. (in which this marriage occurs), see Harl. 
Soc. xxi. 225, (Glos.) 

* For a pedigiee showing his descendants, see Harl. Soc. xvii. 328 (Visit, of London); for the 
main line, see Burke's Commoners, iii. 621. 



74 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



{Of^V^stadon. R. 205.) 



HarL 615, flf. 57^ 58. 



Arms : — Welford. Ani. a chevron Sfi. between iwo pellets in chief and a cross 
crosslet in base of tlie second, a crescent for difference. 



John Welford 
the Castell of 
Welford. 



of'T= 



Henry^ Harper (wi«r.)-|= 
doughter and hcirc to 
Beaupr of 



Richard-|=>Mawde, doughter and 
Welf onl . hei re of Hen ry Harper . 



I 1 ' 1 — 

(3.) William Wol- 1. Gyles WclfortP-^lUanche, dough- (2.) James. Henry 



lord, mar. Alis, of Wostestou in 
doughter to Sir the con ty of Here- 
James Baskervile. f onle, Gent. ( WU- 
taston.) 



ter to John 
Dauncy of Bryn • 
sopo. 



AVilfordt 



Tn 



I 1 1 r , 

Thomas, =f=yo//<v?,<7. of Wrlsh William, 2 sonne. Richard, 4 sonna Jane. 



Sonne 
and 
hei re. 



uf Shell ff'slc;/, ca. 

Wore. •'* John, 3 .sonne. 



cnard, 
Walter, 5 sonne. Ann«. 



Maryuret, or Mart/ {bur. 1614 (tt'^Sir Geo. Chnte, Kf. 
Marden), d. and sole h. I of co. Kent. 



J 



I 1 

Frances, Ann b. (J613),=Y'dohn Price, 
a dan., soh heiress. J^sq. 

O.S.JK I 



^ CiUled John iu the Harper i>edigree (see ante.) 

^ There is an eiTor in the MS. which omits the sigu (=) of marriage Ixjtween Gyles and 
Blanche, and makes the 7 children, the chihlren of Wm. Welford. 
•"* The .-additions in italics are from Dnncumb's Hdsh., ii. ISi. 



V181TATI0N OF HEKEFORDSHIKE, 1569. 



76 



A 

.J 



Thomas Price, (d. 17S8.) 

J 



John, tmco. M.P. f(rr Hdsh. in reiyu ofQu. Anne. 
I 

L_ 



t? mns, all d. s.p. 



Mary.==Y'Tho8. Hayton, Esq. 



Thos. Ohute Hayton.=y'Lncinda, d. of Titos. Baijley of Hereford, Esq. 



T 



Wm. Chut(!=Charlolfe, d. of Henry A dau.=Joseph Smith of 
Hay/on. Uiictf of Murden. Worcester. 



miptncg 



{Of Whitney.) 



Harl. 615, ff. 60^61. 



Arms :■ — Whitney. Az. a cross chequy Or. and Gu. 

Crest : — Ditto. A hnlVs head couped, Sa. horned Arg. tipped Gu. 
[See My Ibo lime's pedegree to enlardge this.]! 



( 



Sir Baldwin Whitney of=f=d. of Pilchard. 
Whitney in co. Hd. 



I 



Sir Enstace Whitney of Whitney, Kf.=j=d. of Clamcow. 

I 

1 ' 

Sir Robert Whitney of WJtitney.=fd. of Russell. 



Sir Eustace Whitney=j=d. of Parr, 
of Whitney, Kt. 



d. ofThos. Ro{/ers=^Rohert Whitney=ConstaHce, d, of James Ld. Audley 
of Hereford. of Whitney. hy d. of Holland E. of Kent. 

2 



Joane, iw. Roger Vaughan 
of Hereford. 



. . , n.i' Wm. Harper of Wil- 
lington in co. Hd. 



) 



^ Mem. in the later hand. 
• From Harl. 1545. fo. 68 



76 



VISITATION' OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



I 

Sr. JoH.^ 

Whitneij, 



( 



A 

-J 



Jamt'H Whit-' 
noy of Wliii- 
vey. 



-Blanch';, J^h <l. and= 
I'oh. to Shnoiid Myf- 
howuf. 



ElizahetJi, tix.^ 
Th())>. Morijan 
of Arkcsfuii. 



1 

Anne, lur.^ 
Hfiirij Car 11, 
L. IlnvHilon, 
KM. 



-Sr. Wm. Harbert 
of Troj/f, 2 huK 
banfl.'^ 



) 



Robeit-f=6V^////, (I oP Sr.Chas. Har-^ 



AVhitney. 



Sr. Jos. Bcus- beii, Kt 
keroille. 



Sr. Thos. Har-^ 
bert. 



Robert-pElizjibethe, doughter of Morgan 



Whitney. 



Dagllin {Morgan ap Gwillimx.y 



J 



I 1 r 

William, Thonia.s, Nicliolas 

2 Sonne. 3 sonne. Whitnev. 



— --I 1 1 

Richard Margartt, iVnne, mar. to 
Whitney, mar. to Thomas Rob- 
4 Sonne. William redge (Roberdg.)^ 
PoelL 



{0/ Su^ran in Eaton Bishop.) 

Harl. 616, ff. 55^ 56. 

Arms :— Willygon. Sn. n I'herron Arrj. t>etwwn three lions rampant, double 
tjneued Or. 

Crest : — A dcmidlon rampunl d<>ah/e i/iwHed pohj nf ''lijht S*.i. and Or. holding a 
irrcath of ... haws Ynrt. 

Robert Wyllisone.=fHloughter of Bellyngham. 



John Willisone.-fKlotighter of Eskett. 

I 

r -" 

Willysone, marye<l,=|*doughter to Wombewell. 



' The portion of the above pedigi-ee marked ' is from Glos. Visitn. fHarl. Soc. xxi., 267.) The 
Ed. has altered Melboriie into Mylbourne and Arlestou into Arkeston (par. of Kingston, co. 
Heref.) Ft)r jiedigree of Morgan of Arkeston, see Clark's " Genealogies of Morgan and Glamor- 
gan," p. •2.=i8. 

- For HerL>ert of Troy, f-ee Clark's *■ Genealogies of Morgau and Glamorgan," p. 290. 

** Servant to Wm, E. of Pembrook, Harl. 1645. 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



77 



A 

.J 



John Willysone of=j=AIycia,* the Joughtor of Skype 



Sugwas ill the coun- 
ty of Ho ro ford. 



{i>f Norff., yMi. SSL) {^-ikipjx' 
<{t LctJInirji, .^r/' 1{. 170, ped.) 



Richard Willisone, now lyviug=j=Anne, the doughter of "William 



15601 (</. Jr> Feb, 157 J,. M.I. 
ill Madlcij Church.) 



Elton of I>edbery in the conty 
of Hereford. 



Allexander Denton of Hillesdon in=f=2Anne, doughter 
the county of Buckyngham. and lieire. 



I 



Janne, died younge. 



The following notes occur in Ash. 831. 

A tlbed of one Ro\)erh Willisson to Jtihn Bereford A" 10 H, 2. 
John Willisson did confirm to Alan de Chanipney A° 15 Ed. 4. 



mst0n 



(Of Llangarren.) 



Harl. 615, ff. 69^ 70. 



Arms : — Quarterly. 

1 and 4. Winston. Per pale Gtt. and Az. a lion rampant An/, supporting 

on the sinister side a tree eradicated Vert. 

2 and 3 , three towers [or casf/es] Ar<j. in the fess point a roundel 

(see the arms in Cecil pedigree. ) 



John "Winston, 2 brother=i=(Ca<Aer«;i)* doughter and heire of 



to "Winston of trewin {in 
Walter stojie.) 



(John)'^ Baynham'^ of Southnant 
(Sotdhant.)* 



1 1569 {Ash. 831 and Harl. 15I,o.) 

^ There is an error in MS., Alexander Denton is naade son of Richard W., instead of Anne 
being made his daughter. 

•' The Baynhams were of Westbiny, co. Glos, and of the Grove in Bromyard and Amberley, 
CO. Herefs. For a long pedigree of this family, see Visitn. Glos., Harl. Hoc. xxi. l/P, 188, from 
which the notes marked * are supplied. 



78 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



{Marf/erij, d. f;/'=f=Jolm soniie Phillipe Wyustou=jHloughter of 



Mogen Bidfii of 
CO. Glus.y 



and lieire (of 
Sout/ianant.y 



of Laiigarai), 2 
soune. 



Thomas Coxe 
)f Kilfo(les.2 



r 



(Elk., r7.=y= Walter Win- Jenkins Win-=f=El3'nor, dough- James. =f-Bridgett, 



of John 
Davi8.Y 



ston {of Rni 
tin'ck, co.Ulon.y 






ston. Sonne 
and heiie. 



ter to Thomas 
Coxe of Kil- 
fode2 {Carr.y 



'2 Sonne, 



H 



(Aym, d. o/=f=Thomas Jane, dougli-^Richard Win 



TIios. nryh 
of CO. York.y 



Winston 
{of Stan- 
dixh, CO. 
mos.f 



(iSr.) Henry Winston 
{of Sianduhy co. GIom., 

Kt.y 



ter of John 
Abndiall of 
Inston (///- 
(/f'«ton in 
Foy.) 



I 

Margartt. 



ston, Sonne and 
liein. 



=Joy8, dough- 
ter and co- 
Ijeire of 
William 
Welford. 



I 1 

Walter, a Clarke, Thomas, 
2 Sonne. 3 sonne. 



i 



John, sonne 
and heire. 



Henry, 
5 8onn«. 



-| 

Anne. 



dough ter 
to John 
Abmhall. 



Phillipe, 
■i sonne. 



M^kts 



{Of Moi-etun J'fferijs, R. 214.) 



Arms : — Wykes. Az. a lion rampant chequy Or. and Gu. 



Harl. 615, ff 47'' 48. 



Williaui=|=doughter to Helyn {Helion, Ash. 831.) 



Wvkes 



{See note in Rotcdon 2»'digree..) 



William=Y=Margai'ett, doughter to 
Wykes. | Monnyngton of Westhyde. 



' Visitu. Glos., Hail Soc, xju. 179, 188. 

^ Uarl. 1545 has Thos. Coxe of Kilfolds iu each case. 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



79 



A 

.J 



William Wykes of=f=Margartt, doughter to Thomas 



Morton Geffrey. 



ap Henry of Poston. 



Mary, doughter=T=Tlioma.s Wykcs of^Elizabethe, doughter to 



to Wm. Nychohis 
{Nkholetts, Ash. 
83].) 



Morton GeflVeys in 
the Conty of Here- 
ford, Gent. 



I 

Arthur. 



1 

Mary. 



I 1 1 

Richanl, 2 sonne, William, 3, Henry 

slayne at Newhavin sans yssue. Wykes, 4, 

{1563, Ash. 831.) mar. 



Richard Abington of 
{Brokhampton, Harl. 
1545.) 



1 1 1 

Anthony, Mary. Katheriii. 
5 Sonne. 



Margery, Anne, mar. to Phillipe Jone, mar. 

maried to Dougyn (? Dudgen of to Reed. 

Richard Hopton Solers in A veu- 

Payn. hury, see R. 12.) 



G(iorge, sonno=f=Margarett, dougli- 



and heire. 



ter to Wm. Stand- 
ford^ of the conty 
of Staiibrde. 



Walter=/Siara, d. 
firest of Bidle, 
Sonne. Harl. 
1545. 



Thomas, 
2 Sonne. 



John, 
3 Sonne, 



George, 
4 Sonne, 



rnr 

Blaunche 



Dorotho. 



Jane, 



Frauncis. 



Mgsibam 



{Of Tedstune Delamere. R. 265.) 

Harl, 615, ff, 3P, 32. 

Arms : — Wysham. Sa. afess An/. Imtween six martUtts three and three Arg. 



Sir John Wysham, Knight=T= 
of Glostersheir. 



John Wysham. = 



Sir Ricliard Wysham. = 



* S«e pedigree of Stamford of Rowley and Pakington, see Visitn. of Staff. 1583, p. 13.5. 



80 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569 



Richar Wysliam, iuar.«YHloughter to Richard 
{teiap. Ed. III. ) Lorde Talbot. 



.Richard Wysham of Wodiuantou-=|=doughter of Sir John 



in the County of Woster. 



AuKuiondvsliiui, 



William Wysliam. =^oughter to Corbett of 
Shropsliire. 



Richard Wysham of Tcdcstou Delumer=^lou<:;htcr of Butler 
in the coiity of Hereford. I of Wostershcire. 



John Wysham-pElizabetlio, doughtor to Edwarde horton 
of Tedeston {I/op(on, Ash. 831, and Had. /J^v.) 
Delamer. Roklill in the Conty Salopc {llojiton of 

Rodihill.) 



Thomas Wysham.'yMargarott, doughter to Robart 
I Croft of Kyre of Wostershiro. 



George Wysham=f=Anne, doughtt^r to 
Anthony Diistyn. 



of tedeston dela 
mer, mar. 



Anthony. William. 



Frauncis, a sonne. 



1 

Margarett. 



— I 
John. 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



81 



^titiitional i^ebigrees. 



1B0toljam 



[Of RoHierwas.) 



Arms :^ — Az. a f ess let w. Ihree chess rooks Or. 
Crest : — A dragon's head erased Sa. 



Harl. 1545, ff. 6C'', 61. 



Hugh Bodenham of=f= 
Bodham in co, Hd., 
Esq. 



Rafe, ob, ante Wni. de Bodenham. Hugh, 
patrem. 



I 

Mauld, ux. 

Walter 

Traveleish. 



Waiter de 
Bodenham. 



Margerett, d. and Roger de Bo- 1. ...... 

h., ux. Reignald denhaiu, lived Bodenham. 

Burnyvale of co. 22 H. 3. 
Wilts. I 



2. William 
de Boden- 
ham. 



I 



Wolfranus Petronell, d. and h., ux. 
de Burny- Sir Foulk Lucie, Kt., 
vale. Dna. de Bodenham, 



Sr, John Bodenham, Kt., lived 
31 E. 3, he was lord of Moning- 
ton in CO. Hd. 



William Bodenham, Esq., lord 
of Monington, 31 E, 1. 



' A coat is given witli 22 quarterings — 1. Bodenham. 2. Old coat of same. 3. Delabarre. 4. Pem- 

bridge. 5. Clanvowe. 6. Yorke. 7 8. Drocknesford. 9. Wotton. 10 11. Blount. 

12. VVhittington. 13. Sellers. 14. Lynch. 15. Browninge. 16. Colshill. 17. ... 18. Arundel. 

M 



82 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569 



A 
-J 



1. Margerett, and=f=Sir John Bodenham, 49 E. 3,=j='2. Issabele, d. ai»d h. of 



8. h. of Sr. Joliu 
Ragon, Kt. 



Lord of Moniugtou, Water- 
ston, Cheynston, and Dew- 
cliurch, wh. house he bulyt 



Margery, d. 
of Sr. Thorn. 
Brugg. 



= John Bodenham,' 
lord of Moning- 
ton Cheynston. 



=Joane, d. 
of Willyn. 



Walter Dehiharre, renupta 
Walter Coykyn. 



Margerett, =i=llugh, als. 

d and. h. Iliggyn 
Herga.st 
ofHergast 
in CO. H(L 



una 



Eliz., d. and=T=Rogcr Bo-=|=Annes, d. of 
h. of Wm. I «lenhani Tliom. Vaug- 
Agmondia- of Dew- lianofTilligas 
ham of churcli. in co. Broc- 

Southam, nock. 

CO. Gloa 



Richard 
Hergast. 



Joane,ux. 

Thomas 

Henbar- 



row. 



Roger Hergast. 



Isabell, 
ux. Wal- 
ter Mon- 
ington of 
Moning- 
ton. 



\ — 

Anno, 

ux. 

Thos. 

Brugg. 



I 

2. Walter. 



Eliz., ux. 
Gower of 
CO. Wo re. 



Allice, ux. John Ap 
Guillm Ap Thoma.'*, 
39 H. 6. 



Eliz., d. and h., 
ux. John Basker- 
vile of Erdisloy. 



1. Roger Boden- 
ham of Rothor- 
was. 



=f=Joane, d. of Thorn. Bromwich 
of ye felds {in Tupslei/ in par. 
of Ilamptan BisJiop R. 129.) 



Eliz. 



Joan, ux. 
John 
Blount of 
Grindon. 



Agnes, ux. 
Thomas Ap- 
harry of 
Poston. 



2. Jame[8] Boden-'T=d. of Fitz- 
ham, a twin. j williams. 



Roger Bodenham of Civill in 
Spayne, had 2 sonus. 



Thomas Boden-=f=Jane, 2 d. and coh. of= 
ham of Rother- John York of Rames- 
was, Esqr. bury, in co. Wilts. 



I 

1. Roger' 

lioden- 

ham of 

Rother- 



=Stephen Aphary of 
Morehampton in co. 
Hd., 2 husband. 



Phillip Bodenham. 

Roger Bodenham, 
filius naturalis. 



William. 



=Jane, d. and 2. John, 
coh. of Thom. 
Whittington 
of Pantley, co. 
Glos. 



Roger Boden- 
ham of Roth- 
erwas. 



=Bridgett, d. of 
Humfrey Basker- 
vile of Erdisley. 



—r~i 

John, 

ob. young, 



1 1 

Catheryn, Anne.=l. Walter= 

ux. Wm. William[s] 

Morgan of of Ian f oy st. 

Tredegar, 

Esq. 

1 1 

Eliz.,ux.Tho. Margerett.= 

^Morgan of 

Mahen in co. = 



I 

Thomas. 



Blanch. 



Thomas, 
ob. 8. p. 



Monmouth. 



=2. Wm. 
Pryce. 



=1. Wm. 

Games. 
=2. John 
Aphary, 
als. Pryce. 



1 Both the dotted lines of descent are given in the MS. 



VISITATION OF HEREFOKDSIIIRE, 1569. 



83 



(0/ Bidney. See R. 94, ped.) 



Harl. IHO, If. 103. 



Arms : — Per hend crenellee Ar. and Gu. {crescent for difference.) 

Crest : — [Otd of a ducal coronet Or.] a lion's head erased per pale creiwUeu Ar. 
and Gu. 



Lewis Boyle. 

{temp. Hen. 
VII.) 



={Eliz., d. of Wm. 
Russell of Here- 
ford.) 



John Boyle of Bidney 
and of Hereford {icill 
pd. 15 July 1551.) 



r 

2. Roger 
Boyle. 



Elinor. ==1. Watkins Russell. 
=2. Hugh Apharry. 



2. James Boyle of Fryers l.Thonias=j=Katherine, d. of John uf=[=Alice,d. of Alex. 



in Heref. {icill pd. 25 Boyle of 
Ap. 1594.) Hereford, 



m 

1. Katherine, 

2. Matilda. 
-=Tho. Parker. 



John, o.s.p. 
"Wm. 



Alex. Ha worth Hereford, 
of Burhop Hall. s. and h. 



3. Hen. 1590. 



Richard. 



rTTT" 

Barrow. 
Hugh. 
Roger. 
Jerome. 



Haworth of Bur. 
hope Hall in the 
parish of "Wel- 
lington, 1590. 

Anne. 

= Atkinson. 

Mary. 

Jane. 



rn ^ — I r-rnrn 

4. Eliz. Joan, ux. Alice. 

==Ric. Barow. Wm. Har- — 

— ley 1590. Margaret. 

6. Jane. — — 

==Ed. Dansey. Anne, ux. Eliz. 
{Hen.) — 

Kynners- 5. Jane, 

lev. =Hen. Mathen. 



Elinor. ^Ric. 

Fletcher. 



Thomas. 



Fabian. 



r—r 



j_ 



TT 



rn 

7. Elinor. 20. Jocosa. 13. Dorothy. 3. James. 9. Thomas. 
==Hen. Vaughan. =Thos."Wever. ==Ric.Perle. ==Kath.Vaughan. — 

— — —11. Richaal 

8. Margt. 12. Anne. 5. John. 

=Jo. Harper. =01iver ==Kath., d. of Price 

Vaughan. of Radnor. 



84 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



Cbabnar 

{Of Mmiseley.) 

Harl. Iv545, f. lOS*'. 

Arms ; — Chequy Ar. and Gu. on n chief Az. three cinqueffdh ()r. 

Crbst : — A pheon Or. [on a wr/'oth Ar. and Gu.^ 

per Rob. Cook Clarenceiilx to Thoni. Chabiior of Mouslcy in com. Herefford 
1586. [This coat was confinued by R. C. Clar. and this croast given by him 
18 Oct. A° 1586 to Tho. aforesaid and tlio j)o.sterity of Raulf his grandfather. 
Harl. 1110.] 



Wni. Chabnor of« 
Mouseley in co. Hd. 



=Agne8, d.~ of John Moning- 
ton of ... in co. Hd. 



John Cliabnor-T"Anne, d. of Arnold 



of Mouseley. 



Knight. 



Roger ChabnorrEllyn, d. of 



of Mouseley, 



Lyngen. 



Hugh Chabnor of Mouseley.=T=d. of Washborne. 



iley.=T=c 



Robert ChjibnorT=Mary, d. of Scudamore 
of Mouseley. of h(mi lacye. 



Roger Chabnor=j= Maude, d. of Pancoffoote 
of Mou.sley. of ... in co. Glos. 



Raie Chabnor-=pMary, d. and coh. 



of Mouseley. 



of Snede. 



John Chabuor=j=^Iargt., d. of Wm. Clynton Robert Chabnor of- 



of Mouseley. 



of Estnor, co. Hd. 



Swaffham Markctt 
in CO. Norf. 



-Anne, d. and 
coh. of Thos. 
Payne. 



1. Thomas of Mouseley. A" 1586. 



2. Wm. 1. Peyne Chabnor. 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 85 

{Of Little Marcle.) 

Harl. 1545, f. 116^ 

Arms: — Chambera Sa, a cross couped Erm. hetw. four falcons rising Or. 
Pullen. Vert a chehron Or. hetw. three plates Arc/. 

Crest : — On a ducal corond Ar., a denni-eagle displayed Gu. loitu/s Or. 

Robert Pullen of ... 
in CO. Hercfiord. 



John Chamber of Upton uppon=j=Agnes, d. and h. 
Severne in co. Wore. 



I 

Henery Chamber of Upton=T=Margt., d. of John Ashcirst of 



iippon Severne. 



ye flforest of Deane, Escp-. 



Roger Chamber, als. Chambers of=f=Joane, d. of Wm. Cajjell of 



littell Markhill in co. Hd. 

I 



How Capell in co. Hd. 



I 

Thomas Chambers of littell Markhill=Amy, d. of Wm. Baghott, als. 

and of Morton in co. Somersett, 1573. Badger of ... in co. Glot?. 



Clark 

{Of Hereford.) 



Harl. 1545, f. 88. 



Arms : — 1. Clarke. Arg. a chevron hetw. tliree lions ramp. Vert. 

2 Gu. two lions paxs. guard. Or. within a hordurr Az. a crescent 

for difference. 

Crest : — A lion ramp. Vert, holding a pen Ar. 

Thomas Clai'ke. 



I 

John Clarke, Recorder of =p Anne, d. of John King by Chri-stian, d. of 
ye Citty of Herciford. j Thorn. Crofte, 2 sonn of Sr. Edward. 

A 



86 



VISITATION (JF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



A 
.J 



Thomas Clarke Recor(l[er]-f=Mabell, d. and coh. of Wm. Gemons 



of the Citty of Horefford. 



1. John Clarke Recorder of the 
Citty of Herofford. 



of Blackmore by Joane, d. of Walter 
Wyuston. 



1 

2. Thomas 



Elinor, inc. Richard 
Capell. 



3. Janics.=f=Mary, d. of Sr. Francis 
Palmes, Kt. 



1 

1. Thomas. 



mbj'xn 



(Of Wutodon in Marden.) 

Ilarl. 154&, f. 76. 

Arms : — (None given in MS.) Ar. a cru>w hiir. four Cornish chomjh^ So. 



John Edwin (}f Win8tansonn,=j=Isabell, d. of fTremon 



in the pish, of Mariden in co. 
Hd. 17 E. 3, 1342. 



who lived 27 E. 3, 
1362. 



Thomas Edwin of Winstan-=^Margerett, d. 
sonn, .') H. 4, 1409. of Preston. 



John Edwyn of=j=Margerett, d. of 
Wynstansonn. John Pavers. 



Richard Edwyn of=fsToane, d. of Walter Walter, 
Winstansonn. I Harman. a Clarke. 



T— I 



Henery. 
Raffe. 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



87 



A 

Walter Ed\viu=f=Margerott, d. of John EJwyii=»Margerett, Rauffe. John Rodo 



of Wiiistan- 
sonn, 17 H. 8. 



Wm. Spenser of (1)6 E. 3, 
CO. Sallop. 1475 (.s-ic.) 



his wife, 
12 E. 3, 



of Pem- 
biidge, CO. 
Hd. I 



2. Wm. Edwin={=d. of John 1. John Edwin of=T=Joane, d. 



of Hohner in 
CO. Hd. 



Evans of ye 
flcrue. 



Mariden in tlie pish, 
of Winstansonn 



I r-r 

Walter Edwin=j=Anne, d. of Wm. Ellis. 



of Holmer. 



Holland of Hurs- — 
ley. John. 



Elias. 



Mar^erett. 



John Edwin 
of Holmor. 



Walter Edwin Joane. 
of Holmer. 



I 

John, o.s.p. 



and coll. 
of John 
Rode. 



r 

Margt., d. 
and coh, 
nx. Wm. 
Evesham. 



Alexander. =j=d. of Tho. 
I Mathews of 

I 1 Kardley. 

Eliz. 



1. Elinor, d.=j= Walter =Joane,^ ux. 



of Lawrance 
Willington 
of Burffhill. 



1. Waiter. 



2. John. 



Edwin (dc) Thom. 

of Mari- Carworthey 

den, of Thingyll, 

1591. 2 wife. 



EIiz.=T=Thos. 
I Leycott. 



Catherin.=T=Wm. Meredeth 



•=r 



of Stanton. 



1 rn 

Anne. 



1 I rn rn rn 1 

Anne, nx. John. Thomas. James. Thomas. John 

Wm. Price — — — — — 

of ye Vale. James. Roger. Wm. Richard. Allice. 



{Of Boshury.) 

Harl. 1545, f. 92^, 

Arms : — Per pale Sa. and Ar. 

Crest : — A boar's head couped paly of six as in fhe Anns. 

John Farley of Boshury, in co. HerefFord. 

. I . 



... Farley, s. and h. 



2. John Farley. =1= 



T 



Richard Farley, 1591.=f=Joane, d. of Wm Evesham of Wotton in com. Herefford. 



Humfrey Farley. 



^ Joan, d. of Thos. Carwardine, R 205, 



88 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



®raii 



{Of Upton Bishop.) 



Harl. 1545, f. 111^ 



Arms : — {none gioen in MS.) Barry of six Ar. and Az., a laid of five points Gii. 
{See Duncumb's Herefordshire, by Cooke, III. pp. 126, 174-) 



Henery Lord Gray oi- 
Wilton, ob. 1397 at 
Nottingham. 



-^Eliz., cL 
of Lord 
Talbott. 



OefferyGray of-^Maud., d. of Sr. Walter 



Upton, in co, 
Hd., Esq. 



Welsh, Kt, Lord of Lyt- 
ton Bushei-d. 



Richard Lord Gray 
of Wilton. 



i 



Wm. Gray^Amy, d. and coh. of Raffe 
of Upton, Gryndon, 2 sonn of Sr. 
Esq. John Gryndon, Kt 



John Gray of^f-Anne, d. and h. of 



Upton, Esq. 



Thom. Maynston. 



Christoplier=j=Joane, d. of Wm. Abrahall of Eton, 



Gray of 
Upton, Esq. 



Esqr., by Eliz., d. of Wm. Aphowell 
of Barthyre {Perthyr), Esq. 



Wm. Gray==Anne, d. of Thomas 
of Upton. Walwyn. 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 15G9. 



89 



Minora 



{Of Treayo, R pad. 296.) 



Harl. 1545, f. 80. 



Arms : — Sa. an ecujle dhplayed Or. on a chief Az. hordered Ar. a chevron between 
two crescents in chief and a rose in base of the second. 



Sir Roger Minors, Kt.=j=Joane, d. of Sr. Lawrance ljost(jck, Kt., 
3 brotlu'i" of Dostock of co. Coster, 



Ricliard=j=Murgerett, d. arid coh. of Sr. John Furnivall, 



Minors. 



2 brother to ye lord Furnivall. 



Roger Minors.=j=Margerett, d. and h. of John Delahay of Wallington. 

H. 

Phillip Minors".=7=AlIice, d. of Wni. ap Jenkin 
ap Yerworth. 



Jenkin Minors. =pEva. 



Joane, d. of \Vm. ap Thomas ap=j=Ricliard jVIinors of Tre.i'^^o in tlie parish of St. 
Itii ap howell glylough. "Wanncrs {Weonxirds) (IL K of lids h. 1500.) 



I  1 ; 

Joan, ux. Sr. Joano, nx. Edw. 
Jolni Morgan, ap Willm. ap 
Kt. Morgan. 



Catlicrin, ux. John 
Danbridgcoiut of 
CO. W'arw. 



1 

Allice, nx. Wui. 

Scudaniore of 

Horn lacy. 



1. Roger. =" Allice, d. of Wm. Mill 3. Thomas Minors=j=Anne, d. of Wat- 2.Reignold, 



of CO. Glos. {he was of Treago {d. .!/. 
bar. at Duffeild, co. July l/J-JO.) 
Derby, in 1636.) 



kyn A'aiighan by 
ye d. of Sr. Jas. 
Baskervile, Kt. 



Richard Minors of-j=Anne, d. of Thom. 
Treago {d. 1560.) j Burghe. 



N 



90 



VISITATION- (JF HERKFORDSHIKE, 15G9. 



A 
.J 



Kicliai'd Minoi's of Tix-jigo^Catlicnn, d. uf Sr. K(jger 
{bur. .1] Jmi. /.'/!).'. ) Yaughaii of rortliamel,' Kt. 



1 ; 

3. Ift.'iiry Elinors of 
LoiidoJi, S(■l•^(•;nlt of 
vt! CariiiL;vs in (^Mi. 
KHz. 



4. (T('ort,'(! 
M iiiois (if 
Noncsiicli 
in CO, tSur- 



1— T' 

Win. 



Tlio 



s.f 



1 1 

Jane, ux. Aniu', ux. 

o.s.p. Jolin Pros- Win.Vaug- 
scr of CO. han of lan- 
]>iecknock. ruthall in 

CO. ]\foii- 

lll'llltll. 



L'. Kicljard ;Mii)ors=|=Margci('tt, d. (»f 1. Kot,'('i-=f=d. of John HarU^y 



of IVnf^'arson ( Jrecu 
ill ye iiarin-h of (!ai- 
Uiiy ill CO. lid. 



T — r 



Nicliolas CiillxTt ^Minors 
of lancillow in >>( Tiva- 

co. H.l. uu. 



of l»ronipton Cas- 
tdl in CO. lid. 



TT 



1 — I 



1. Gilbert. 3. John. KHz. Constance. 1. Kowlund Thomas, 



2, Kichaid. I. (Icor^'c. Alice. Mary. 



of Treayo. 



^Iglbournt 



(Of Ti/'t'iiiffoii ill IJiinihill.) 



Harl. 1545, tf. Soi'-SO"^ 



( 77// ji'iUijnv Is not cuntaimd in Ilai'l. MS. iilo, it is iiil rn't'ir, ,1 frviit Sir 
T/iob: P/if'llij>j>s' GcuL-al»iila, 1840-1871.) 

Arms : — Git. achccron Enn. bvla-. thnv ixrulliq,^ Ar<j. 



Tiers !Myll)onrne.=pKIizabeth, d.andh, to 
Jolm l-'vnford. 



John Mylboume,=j=Eliz., d. and h. of Walter Devereux, slain at 



Esq. 



Pilletts in AVales, 

(Arms. Ar. a fess Gu. in chief three turteaiu) 



^ See Claik'b Genealogies, p. 241. 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



91 



A 

I 



Jane, d. and h. of Ralph l>askervilc=f=Synion Mylbourno of Tillington, 



(l)>j Ann, d. anil coh. of Sr. John 
Blakett of Icomb, ro. GIos.) 



1. Elizal)oth.==l. Thos. Moniugton. 

=2. John Wluttington of 
Paunt/''i/, (llox.^ 



4. Joyce. 5. Callu'iinc. 

=Thos. Hyatt- of =Tlios. Barton of 
Lydney, Esq. Weobley, Esq. 



7. Elinor. =John Moore of Bronisgrove, 
Esq. {of Douhiyn in co. Wore, 
Had. '1545.) 



9. Margaret. =Thos. Baron of ijurford 
{liic/t. B/'shoji of Burford 
in CO. Ox., ob. s.p., Had. 
1545.) 

1 — 



and of Icomb (in right of his 
wife.) 



2. Sibil. 3. Anne. 

--Rich. Hiuck- =Win. Rudhall, 
Inyt, Es(;[. Esq. 



G. Fleance (()/'=^=l. Jas. Whitney, I'^sq. 
lUanch.-') =2. Sr. AVm. llerbert 
of Troy. 



8. Alice. =1. Henry Myles,* Esq. 

=2. Thos. Baskervile, Esq. 



._! 



11. Jane.==Sir Richd. 12. Jane. 

Cornwell of — ^o.s.p. 

Berington. 13. Juliana. 



10. Agnes. =pThos. Walwyn of 
Helyns, Esq. 



Sibill.=Geo. Delabere. 



W 



{Of Sadlehorc in Much Dewcharch, R. 87. Fed.) 

Harl. 1545, f. 106b. 

Arms : — Erm. a Lend, lozojnjij, Gu. 

Crest : — A cross crosslet fifchee Gu. bdn-cim two win'js expanded Ar. 



Walter Pie of Sadlebow in co. Hd.=j=^Eliz., d. of Sr. John Sciidaniore 
{Sadlehone, Harl. 10Jf.o.) \ of Kentchiirch. 

A 



^ See Harl. Soc. xxi. 269. 

* For a pedigree showing their descendants, see Harl. Soc. xxi. 254 (Glos.) 
■* See Harl. Soc. xxi. 267. 

* Henry Myle (Apharry), see p. 4. 

t2 



N^ 



92 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



John als. Jenkin Pie=f=Eliz., d. of Edw. 
of Sadlcbow. Selwick. 



Robert Pie of Sadlebow. 



John Pie of=f=Anne, d. and h. of Rob, 
Minde, als. Andrew, sonn of Wm. 
Tregroes {in ap Andrews of Minde in 
Much Deic- co. Herefford. 
cJmrch.) 



I ~~ 

Jolni Pic 
Sadlebow. 



I 

'd. of 
Vaugluin. 



1. Anne,d. of-T-JohnPyeof Mynd.— 2. Eliz., d. of Sr. 

Robert Wliitney of 
Whitney, Kt. 



Sr. Richard 
Delabere, Kt. 



=3. Anne, il. of 
Bridges. 



Eliz., ux. Thoin. Catchniey 
of IJigeswere (n>. Ulos.){xrr 
Uarl. Soc, xxi. 24^.) 



(hiinth Pye= 
(if Saillibow 
{bur. 10 Jan. 
J 508.) 



Catherin, ux. Sr. John Vaughan of 
Whitland in Co. Carmarthen, Kt. 



h1, of Thorn. 
Walwin of 
Alaumore. 



Walter Pye=r*l. of Philli- 



of Mynde 
(hin: 2 Noc. 
1576.) 



pott Price of 
Orcopp. 



Jolm=fd. of 



Pve. 



]>odon- 
ham. 



RobertT'd. of 
Pye of ': Parrey 
Sadie- i of duless. 
bow. : 



Roger Pye=Td. of Kirle 
of Mynde of Walfonl 
(d. 31 Mar. {Walfonl) 
1500.) 



Eliz., ux. Thorn. 
Evans, als. Her- 
bert. 



•T I 

Robert Pye-pBlanche, d. of 



of Sadlebow, 



Robert Pye 
of Mynde. 



Walter Pye. 



— r-TT-r-^ r— TT — 

Judithe. Walter. 



Joane. John. 

Mary. William. 

Allice. 



— n 
Thomas?. 



Robert. 



KB.— For an account of the Pye family, see Herald ami GenealogiBt, vol. v. 



* Both lines are given in Harl. 1545, 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 15G9. 



93 



llutiball 



{Of liiiflhal/, .w DnncumO'fi Hercfordshln'. hi/ Cooke III. 134.) 

Karl. 1545, f. 95''. 



Arms : — 1. Rudliall. Or. on a bend Az. three eathariiie wheds Ar. 

2. Milborno. Gu. a chenrva hctw. three Cficallops Ar. 

3. Eynsford. Gu. frelty Erm. 

4. Furnival. Ar. a bond between six martlets Gu. (cresceut for difference.) 
5c Vcrilon. Or. a fret Gu. 

6. Lovetot. Ar. a lion ramp, j^er fess Gu. nml Sa. 

7. Baskervilo. Ar. a chevron Gu. /jetween three roundels Az. {cresccid Or. 
for difference. ) 

8. Blackcfc. Az. a bend, cotised betuy'i-m six crosi erosdefs Or. 

Crest : — A cubit arm in armour Gu. Iiohling a bunch of mari/<jolds p)py- 



Will. Rudliall, =f=Aniie, d. and coh. of 
SemeantatLaw. Simon Milborne. 



Eliz., ux. AVni. Ilockford 
of Dickleston in co. Glos. 
{Harl. Soc. xxi. 8G.) 



—\ 



Jaiio, ux. Ric. J3Iancli, ux. "Wal- 
Kuade of Bod- ter Vau<j;lian of 
ill "ton. Bred ward en. 



I 1 

1. Johii=j=d. of Pliettiplace. 2. Cliarles=f=Anice, d. of Tlioni. Broniwicli, 



Rudhall. 



Win. Rudliall=j=Margaret, d. 



of Rudhall. 



I 

... ux. Thorn, 

Price of Breck- 
nock. 



of Sr. James 
Croftes, Kt. 



Rudhall. reiiupta James Porrott of ye 
pallace in Ilerefford citty. 



I rn 

Ricliard=f=d, of Berew of Theophilus, A dan. 



Rudhall. 



Dower Abbey, o.s.p. 



A dau. 



John Rudhall, 



... ux. Sr. Wal- 
ter Pye Attorney 
of ye Court of 
Wards. 



1 1 

Joyce, ux. Sr. ... ux. Herbert 
Samwell Aubery, Westfalinge, 
Kt. Esq. 



Sr. Richard Rudhall, Kt, o.s.p. 



— r 



John. 



Gilbert, o.?.p. 



94 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



{Of Gernesfon in Wf!'>hley.) 



Harl. 1545, f. 99. 



AlLMS : — 1. JJovvntoii. Ticn oiynn j'ij^aa hetirceii nine cross i-rnsslcts. 

2. St. Owen. Barrij of six {Or. avd Gti.) 

3. Oteby. Vt. a fe»>i Ar. in a chvf Gii. u c/iciruu Ar. 

4. iJrewse. Az. a lion nnnjj. hetir. tan crostt crotstdetx Or. crtncned Gu. 

5. Tirrell. A?., a lion runtp. Ar. a harder eiigr. Or. 



Sr. Kaufe ile St Owen, Kt 



r ' 

Sr. Robert ile St. Owen. 



Raufe {le=j-Maude d. and 
St. Owen. coh. of Sir John 
Oteby. 



John de St.=i=^Iarj,'erett, lady 
Owen. of "NVhitchurch. 



Joano, Countoa 
Delysle. 



IJaldwyn, K of 
lllanders. 



1, John do St. Owen. 



2. Raufe de St.«y^ulian, 
Owen. 19 E. 2. 



Robertus do 
S. Andrews, 
o.s.p. 



Rituife St. ( )wen of=i=Allice, d. and coh. of Sr. I'eeter 



Oernoston and l>ur- 
ton^ in CO. Hd. 



vel Peers de lUuse of co. 
4 R 3, 16 E. 3, 50 E. 3. 



Olos. 



1. John de St.=f=Joane, d. and h. of Sr. Hugh 
Owen of Ger- Tirrell, Kt., Ld. of Broniscroste 
neston and in co. Sallop, and Tirrell's Ct. 
Burton. in co. Hd. 



John de St.=j=Eliz., d. of 
Owen. Barkley. 



l^atrick de 
St. Owen, 
o.s.p. 



^ Burton Court in Eardisland. 11. 104. 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



95 



I 1 — — 

1. John dc==Ts!iboll, d. of 2. Tlioiiias, 
St. Owen. I'liilip liul- o.s.p. 



.roane, sistor=f=Ro<;er Downton 



and li., ob. 
4 U. 4. 



uf J)ownt()n in 
CO. lid., Esq. 



Thomas l)ownton.--T=Margerett,, d. of Richard Lingon. 



I 1 1 

1. Isabell, iix. Jolni 2. Elizubctli, ux. Jolin Cotes 3. -lane, niarid to Win. Wood, 
heaven^ of Clybery of Woodcoatcs in co. Sallop, 2. to Thoni. Acton of Alden- 



in CO. Sallop. 



Margerett, ux. 
Wni. Iloptou 
of lioi)ton in 
CO. Sallop, vide 
Sallop. 



vid(» Sall(»[) 



vj/ 



Jane, d. and coU , 
ux. Walter IJrougli- 
tou of Ih'ocktou in 
CO. Sallop 12 E. 4. 



ham, in co. Sallop, vide Sallop. 

4^ 



John, o.s.p. 



Anne, ux. Sr. 
Hugh Sherley 
(,^/ie (f. 17 ,Sf.'p. 
15 to. R 01.) 



^mgtb 



(Of Cmlenhill.) 



Harl. 1545, ff. 40^ 101. 



Arm.s: — Ar. mi a moand Vf. a lion pasf. ri'<iuari(((iit ppr. 
Crebt : — A horse^s liead Ha. hridlcd Or. par R. Cooke, lo'JV. 



Richard Smyth. 



Tlioiiias Smyth,- 21 H. 6. 



William Smyth (this=f=Allice, d. and h. of David 



Wm. had with his 
wife, Wearc.) 



Boys'' by Joane, d. of Rus- 
sell of Bvthell. 



1 John Hevin of Hevin in co. Hd, (Harl. 615, fo. 212) see p. 4.''». 

^ This Thomas wius a witues between Joane Reynolds and John Ball 21 H. 6, as ajjereth by 
evidence ext;vnt to this day. 

^ Tliis David Boys marid J<jane Kuasell, she was before niarid to one Bythell by whom Win. 
Smyth had Weare by his wife. 



96 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



A 
-J 



John Siuyth^ of Weare=f=Maud, d. of 
( ill Kfiich I'xtor. ) 1 lop wood. 



Richard Smyth. =j=Aiiiio, «1. of Stephens. 



Richard=Sybbi'lI, d. 
Smyth. of IJarroll. 



Tl 



Tlioma.sSmyth=pEliz., d. of John. 

of Crcdi^nliill, 

in CO. Hd. Wm. 



1. ]Iiig]i=f=d, and coh. of 4. WiUiam of Dern- 
Smyth. j AVm. llavard. dall {inVanon Pi/on. 

It. 02.) 



I I I 



Eliz. 



1. Thomas. .'}. .lauics. 1. Thoma.**. 

2. Robert. 2. Roger. [liridgett.] 

.}. Richard. 



2. Ridiard Smyth of^Mary, d. of Jolm 

ye Exchc([Uor. | Osborne, Fj?«j. 

I 
I — r 



— I r 

1. Peter. Anne, ux. l''liz.=j=Tho 



Rog. I)an- 
3. John, sey of 
Brynso}). 



Towys 
of Sut- 
ton. 



1 

2. Francis. 

Peter of 
dyffryn. 



Tho. Powys of Henhiy, co. Salop, l'^|. 



7. Symon, a Channon, Chan- 
itllor of St. Davi[d]8, ap. 



5. Robert»f»Anne, d. of 



of Good- 
wey. 

r-j—r- 
1 .Thomas. 

2.Richard. 

:}. Jolm. 



Welfoixl. 



— rn 
Eliz. 



liridgett. 



3.Thomaf of Weston^pd. of Smyth G.James [or .Johnj^Su.^iin, d. of 



in CO. lid. (/// Pfiit- 
brufyc. It 227) 



of Weare, 



Smyth of Overton 
in CO. Sallop. 



I 

2. Roger.=f=Anne, d. and h. 

of CJeo. Plnm- 

tree, ofco.Xott.<. 

r— ^ 
2. AVilliam.=Alli!<, d. of Bebster 
of Chesterfeld in 
CO. Darby. 



1 . John^^Prudence, d. 
Smyth of Reignald 
of Over- Davi.s of ye 
ton, Marsh. 

1623. 



2. Thomas Sniyth.=j=Eliz., d. of Thom. Marshall 

I 
J , 



I 

1. James. 



2. Vincent. 



— I 

3. ffrancis. 



John Davis 
of Redcastell. 



3. John. 



4. William. 

5. Peter. 



1 

Anne. 



^ This Jobu was ileffeyd of the Weai-e by James Baskervile and John Walwyn being infeffeyd 
therof before. 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



97 



Ifaugban 



Harl. 1442, fo. 81. 



Arms : — Sec p. 68. 



{Roger Vawjhan ofBrrd-=^iL and h. of 
irardine in c<>. Hd., Eitq. Bred ward! no. Y 



Sir Roger Vaughan, Kt.=f=G hulls, d. of Sir T)avicl=Sr. Thos. ap 
Gam, Kt. Jankyu. 



I ' — I 1 

1. Watkin A'alian Sir Roger Vaugliaii 3. Tlioina^ Vanglian of 

of Bredwarclen. of Talgarth, Kt. Hergest(«S'3i?. i6o,p«?.) 



Thomas Vahau 
of Bred warden. 



I 

Roger Vanglian of=[=d. of 

Talgarth, Esc^. Whitney 



Watkyn Vaughan 
of Hergest. 



Sr.Richd. 1. Thomas Vauirhan 2. Watkin=i=d. of Gwllm. James Vaughan 



Vaughan, of Tretour- {co. Vaughan. 

Kt. Brecon.) 



Vaughan of Hergest. 

of Poyter. 



H 



Walter Vaughan^ Henry Sr. William Vaughan Charles Vaughan^ 

of Bredwarden. Vauirhan. of Talgarth. of Hergest. 



Thon^as Vaughan. Christopher Vaughan of Tretour. Sr. Roger Vaughan, Kt. 



Walter Vaughan of 
Bredwarden. 



William Vau"han 



Rowland Vaughan, s.p. 



' See Visit, of Dorset \m:> (Genealogist, N.S., Vol. iii. No. 11, p. 175.) 

'■' See Clark's Genealogies, 259. 

•* See Clark's Genealogies, 233-238. 



O 



98 



VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569 



Hall 

{Of Ldllinghall.) 



Harl. 1545, ff. 93, 94. 



Arms : — Per f ess Or. and Az. a fens hattelUe counter battellie betw. three fleur de lin 
all counterchanged. 

Crest : — Out of a mural coronet Or. a wolfs head Ar. charged on tlie neck with a 
fess embattled and counter embattled Gn. 

A confirmation of this Armos and guift of ye crest to Hunifrey Wall of lemster 
A" 1594 36 of Queene Elizabeth. 



John Wall of ifaintree=f=(l. and sole h. of Wall of 



hall in co. Sallop. 



liarton in co. Sallop. 



Roger Wall of^=y=<.l. of Cressett of Upton 
ffaintro hall. Cressett in co. Sallop. 



1. William 
Walloffahi- 
t re hall. 



'Eliz.j d. of Thoni. 
Arden of Billiiigs- 
Icy in CO. Sallop. 



r 

2, Henry of Downton, 

in CO. Sallop, vide 

Sallop. 



1— 

3. John. 



i 



1 

4. Richard of 

Sutton in co. 

Sallop, vide 

Sallop. 

4/ 



1. John Widl=j=Kliz.,d. of MylesCressye 
of Kiiigsland | of ILinling in co. Hert- 
in CO. 11(1. ford hy Mary, d. and h. 

of Cleryo of co. York. 

(I/arpden,see Harl. Soc., 

x.\ii. ^\) 



1 

2. John of= 
faintre- 
Imll, vido 

Sallop. 



•Ann, d. of Tho. 
Purslow of Sid- 
bury in CO. Sal- 
lop. 



Eliz., U.K. 
Win. 
Weald of 
ffaintre. 



1. John=j=-rane, d. 
Wall of I of John 
lining- I Unettof 
hall in lillin< 
CO. Hd. hall. 



Kllinor, ux. 
riiilip ap 
Thomas of 
lemster. 



1 

Huinfrey Wall- 
of leuLster and 
lawton 
Hd. 



in CO. 



1 

Maud, d. of Dorathey, nx. 
Rich. Peryn John Rea of 
of lemster in Kingsland in 
CO. Hd, CO. Hd. 



Ih'idgett, d. and h., ux. 
Arther Reading, sonn 
of Richd. Re<Iing of 
Underley in ye parish 
of Wolverlow iii co. 
Hd. 



I I I 
1. John. 



2. Francis. 



3. Thobv. 



'-[—[ — I — 
Fortune. 



Jane. 
Kliz. 



I I — 1 
Catlierin. 



Margerett. 
Eleanor. 



I I I I — 

1. John. 

2. Thomas. 

3. Humfrey. 

4. Richard. 
{See folio 94.) 



— I 
Anne 



VISIT ATlu:X OF UEKEFOKDSIIIKE, 1569. 99 

{Of Pn:4n(iii. II. I'J jJC'(L) 

Hail. 1515, fo. 72. 

Arms : — 1. Wever. Or. uti u/('fi(< A;:, beta: two rotise.s Ga. tinre (jarbs of the field. 

2. Boluni. Az. on a bend Ixdw. two eotitseti Ar. three escaltoj^)s Ga. 

3. Wastneys. ISa. a lion rartqj. double </ueued Ar. 

Crest : — Au anteloije [lastf. Erin, attired. Or. fULiriiurtiwj with the dexter foot an 
escutcheon Or. 

Walter Weaver Gilbert lJoIiun=f=Margerett, tl. and h. of Thos. 
of CO. Hd. {of Sallop.y [ Wastiicys of co. Salop. 

I I 

Walter. =j=»Joaiie, d. and h. 

I 
-J 



I r- 

1. Walter. 3. Thomas. =j=Margt., d. of Sr. Wm. Wysham 

{Rich. Widham, Kt.y 



Walter. =f=Maud, d. of John Burghill. 

 I 

H 

Thomas. =j= Anne, d. of Delabarre, 

I 

r -J 

John.=j=Joaiie, d. of Thoiu. Apleby. 

I 
I 
I 



1. Jenkin.=j=Margt., d. of Robt. Wanton or Nanton 2. Griffith. 4. Henery. 
I {on a chevron three spread eagles.) — 

3. Walter. 



I I 1 — 1 1 

1. John. 2. Griffith of Prestend in=j=Erk>n, d. 3. Hugh. Ellen. 



CO. Hd, {Prebendus in. co. 
Hd. de Pre'itine, Harl. 



of John I 

Sadler. {see It W.) 



John of Prestend and London=f=Allice, d. of Thorn. Anton 



{Prebendarlm, Harl. lJf42^ 
fo. 78.) 



Clarke of the Courte of 
Wards and Liveries. 



r- \ 1 r^ \ 1 1 

John Weave]'. Thos. Geo. James. Jane. Anne. Cathcrin. 



^ Tliiii pedigree ucciira in the Visit, of Londen 1568 (Harl. Soc. i. 35) fioui which the additiouij 
[1] are taken. 



100 VISITATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE, 1569. 



{(t/ Bi-Diiiijiinl.) 



Harl. 1110, f. 108 



Arms : — aSV/. a bend hetwecu two eyhitg silcfr. 



Crest ; — Fur liis Crmst on a Ilealmc a wrvalh Ai: and Hit. an p(/le's heatl raztd 
Ar. mfh a crownr. ahonf tlw. ufc/i Or. niarUnled Gu. doubled Ar. 



This coatc cuiifiiuiud and the creiwt j,'iveu by R. C. Clareiiceux 



... "Wed n ester uf Ihoiiiyard in the Co. of Heref. 
descended of auncieut family Ixuiriiig armes. 



John Weduester of 
l]roniyard. 



J 



Charles Wednester of 
Broniyanl, Estjuire". 



%nhn of ilamts* 



[XaiiU'R ill CAPITALS arc thow of Pedip-ees. ] * 



Abeifuiil, 38 

ABWGTON, 2 

Abiiigtoii, 8, 24, 40, 59, 60, (33, 

79 
ABRAHALL, -J 
Abrahall, 18, 78, 88 
Abtot, 29 
Acton, 37, 95 
Agmondisham, 37, 80, 82 
Aguilliam, 8, 63 
Alexauder, 18 
Andrews, 92 
Anton, 99 
APHARRY, 3, 5 
Apharry, 15, 18, 23, 31, 32, 3(3, 

43, 67, 79, 82, 83, 91 
Ap Ivor, 68 
Ap Jenkin, 40, 89, 97 
Ap Jones, 4 
Apleby, 99 
A)) Meiick, 25 
Ap Morgan, 18, 89 
Ap HoweU, 3, 48, 88, 89 
Ap Rice, 4, 11, 21 
Ap Robert, 35 

Ap Thouia.s, 34, 68, 82, 89, 98 
Arden, 98 
Arnold. 62 
Arthur, Prince. 14 
Arundell, 64, 81 
Asherst, 85 
Ashfeld, 13 
Aston, 26 
Atkinson, 19, 83 
Aubrey, 93 
Audeley, 7, 75 



B 



Badam, 30 
Bagehott, 57, 85 
Baldwin, 8, 16 
Ball, 9'5 
Barneby^, 2 
Baron, 91 
Barre, 21, 24 
Barrett, 59 
Barroll, 96 
BARROW, 6 
Ban-ow, 54, 71, 83 
Barton, 9, 11, 34, 91 



BASKEUVILE, 7 

Baskervile, 2, G, 13, 24, 25, 36, 

37, 49, 56, 61, 63, 74, 76, 82, 

89,91. 93, 96 
Bayley, 6, 30, 32, 33, 7') 
Baynard, 10 
Baynham, 77 - 
Beauchamp, 2, 72 
Beaumont, 69 
Beaupre, 39 
Bebster, 96 
Bellingham, 76 
Belvell, 50 
Bereford, 77 
Berew, 93 
BERINGTON, 8 
Berington, 12, 25, 41. 
Berkeley, 15, 61, 62, 94 
Bevel 1, 50 
Bidle, 79 
Binge, 66 
Bingham, 38 
Bishop, 46, 91 
Bisley, 78 

Blakett, 7, 37, 91, 93 
Blakeway, 9 
Bleke, 51 
BLEYNKY, 10 
BLOUNT, 11 

Blount, 9, 10, 21, 24, 53, 81, 82 
Blowmester, 4 
BODENHAM, 81 
Bodenham. 4, 67, 92 
Bohun, 99 
Bostock, 89 
Boulling, 15 
BOYLE, 83 
Boyle, 6, 41, 43 
Boys, 95 
Brabazon, 12 
BRACE, 12 
Brace, 6, 12, 67 
Braddock, 16 
Bradshaw, 47 
Brasier, 57 
Bredwardine, 97 
Brewse, 94 
BREYNTON, 12 
Breynton, 7 
BRIDGES, 13 
Bridges (Brugg), 2, 7, 11, 39, 48, 

51, 82, 92 
Bridlip, 9, 
Brockhampton, 2 



Brocton, 56 

Brome, 9 

BROMWICH, 14 

Bromwich, 5, 13, 14, 35, 55, 67, 

71, 82, 93 
Broughtoii, 56, 95 
Browne, '2>, 44, 61, 63, 6io, 67 
Brown inge, 81 
Brudenell, 3 
Bruge, 69 
Bucke, 44 
Buckland, 9 
Bulfinch, 15 
Bull, 47 
Bullock, 9, 60 
Burgh. 78, 89 
BUHGHILL, 15 
Burghill, 19, 35, 63, 99 
Biirley, o5 
Burnyvale, 81 
Butler, 80 
Byford, 66 
Bythell, 95 



CAPEL, 16, 42 
Capel, 73, 85, 86 
Carewe, 26, 64 
Carpenter, 33 
Can-, 78 

Carwardine, 32, 67, 87 
Cary, 76 
Casholde, 53 
Cassy, 37, 64 
Catchmey, 92 
Catesby, 24 
Cave, 38 
CECIL, 17 
Cx4ABN0R, 84 
Chabnor, 24 
Challons, 4 
Chamberlayne, 32 
CHAMBERS, 85 
Champney, 77 
Chapman, 66 
Chauncy, 20 
Cheeke, 18 
CHIPPENHAM, 19 
Chute, 58, 74 
Clanvowe, 48, 75, 81 
CLARKE, 85 
Clarke, 12, 17, 33 
Clive, 50 



102 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Clodsball, 66 

Clopton, 78 

Clough, 5 

CLYNTON, 19 

Clynt<jii, 1], 84 

Cockerhaui, 45 

Cole, 38 

Colles, 59 

Collier, 5/5 

Colsbill, 81 

Coiiiugsby, 58 

Cooke, 18 

Corbett, 36, 80 

Cornewull, 6, 24, 36, 71, 91 

Corville, 41 

Cotes, 95 

Cotiugtoi), 73 

Cotteiell, 11 

Coxe, 68, 78 

Coykyii, 82 

Cre«aet, 45, 98 

Crensy, 98 

CKUFT, 20 

Croft, 57, 64, 65, 71, 80, 85, 93 

Crump, 26 

Crytuft, 23, 39 



D 



Dabridgcourt, 89 

DABYTON, 2i 

Damory, 70 

Danver, 29 

Dju-ell, 21 

Dttstyii, 80 

DAUNSEY, 23 

Dauusey, 2, 22, 32, 63, 74, 83, 96 

Davies, 51 

Davis, 78, 96 

De Bam, 4 

De Bru.se, 94 

DELABEKE, 24 

Delabere, 7, 62, 63, SI, 82, 91, 

92, 99 
Delabay, 3, 4, .J6, 89 
De la Le, 67 
Delainere, 23 
Delapole, 38 
Delawarre, 21 
Delysle, 94 
Dentitbe, 42 
l^entoii, 77 
Devereux, 7, 37, 46, 48, 68, 67, 

90 
Dightou, 18 
Douudton, 2, 21 
Dougyn, 79 
DOWxNES, 25 
Downes, 60, 71 
Dowutou, 9, 45, 94, 95 
Driver, 33 
Drockuesfonl, 81 
Duke, 26 



Echington, 17 
EDWIN, 86 
Edwin, 48 



Egerton, 58 
ELTON, 26 
Elton, 64, 77 
Eakett, 76 
Etwaeb, 55 
EvanB, 87 

Kvann, als. Ritbill, 71 
Evans, als. Herbert, 92 
EVESHAM, 27-31 
Evesbani, 1, 41, 87 
EviaH, 62 

Eynwford, 36, 90, 93 
Eyton, 4.0 



K 

FAhLKV, 87 
Farley, 27, 41 
Fitzwaren, 20 
Fit/willianid, 82 
Fleteber. 83 
FoxhII, 19 
Fox, 21, 45 
Freinau, 73, 86 
Fumivall, 36, 89, 93 



G 

Oaui, 97 

CJHUixge, 21, 55 

UaiueH, 82 

Garland, 55 

Gawnt, 69 

GEKNONS, 81 

G^rnonB, 33, 86 

Gilbert, 32, 90 

Gillani, 59 

GOMOND, 33 

Gouioud, 10, 32, 33, 54, 55 

Gootlyer, 17, 42 

Gosington, 6 

Gower, 82 

Grandisono, 20 

GRAY, 88 

Greenway, 32, 69 

Grevill, 8 

Grey, 48, 55 

Griffitbs, 32 

Grono ap Ivor, 68 

Grosvenor, o 

Grj-udon, 88 

GUILLIM (GUliaui, &c.), 34 

Guillim, 3, 42, 68, 76 

Gunter, 4 

Gwatkin, 35 

Gybons, 16, 42 

Gytt<in, 13 

H 

HACKLUTE, 35, 36 
Hacklute, 4, 13, 91 
Hall, 17 
Hampton, 3 
Hancock, 67 
Hanley, 2, 72 
Harding, 41 
HARFORD, 38 
Harley, 10, 21, 7l, 83, 90 



Harmun, 19, 86 

Harp, 35 

HARPER, 39 

Haqier, 12, 69, 70, 74, 75, 83 

Harwell, 65 

Hastingtj, 21 

Havard, 8, 49, 96 

HAWKINS, 40 

Hawlins, 30 

H A WORTH E, 41 

Hawortbe, 28, 83 

Hayton, 75 

HAYWARDE, 42 

Haywarde, 52 

Helyon, 61, 67, 78 

Henbarrow, 82 

Herbert, 21, 35, 55, 68, 76, 91 

Hereford, 67 

Hereford, Virtcount, 8 

H ERG EST, 82 

Hergeut, 8 

Hering, 30, 41, 70 

Hevyu, 45, 95 

Hewell, 50 

UEYDEY, 44 

Heynes, 29 

Hiett, 50,71,91 

UiggiuM, 20, 45 

Higon, 29, 45 

Hill, 16, 27, 61 

Holcott, 7 

Holland, 87 

Holme, 20 

HOPTON, 45 

Hopton, 46, 80 

Hoj)wood, 64, 96 
j Horde, 41 
i Howelln, 41 
I Hugford, 78, 93 
I Hughes, 8 
j Hudleston, 2-5 
I Hulgrave, 95 
j Hinit, 3 
i Huntercomb, 62 
j Huntley, 34, 68 

Huntley, 15 

Hyde, 26, 33 



Inglefelde, 25 
Inkiieu, 66 
Ivan, 18 



Jameii, 45, 47 
Jennons, 56 
Jones, 66, 67, 73 
Joyce, 55 

K 

Kame, 67 
Kensingford, 45 
Kettleby, 10, 66 
King, 66, 85 
Kingston, 73 
Knight, 67, 84 
KNYLL, 46 
Knyll, 11, 37 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



103 



Kynardisley, 24 
Kynnersley, 83 
Kyrle, 17, 63, 71, 92 



Lacou, 10, 26, 48 

Lacy, 66 

Lancaster, 62 

Lane, 

Laugforde, 45 

Lawton, 50 

Leighton, 5, 26, 71 

Le Smythe, 33 

Lewis, 47 

Le Wyne, 62 

Leycott, 87 

Leyde, 15 • 

Leyland, 73 

Lingen, 13, 46, 49, 55, 64, 70, 84, 

95 
Lister, 25 
Litelton, 63 
Liuche (Linche), 29 
Lloj'd, 12 
Lluyd, 14 
Lockard, 64 
Lodlowe, 11 
Lovetot, 36, 93 
Lucie, 81 
Lygon, 53, 65 
Lynch, 16, 81 



M 

Mannering, 58 

Marshall, 96 

Marston, 45, 53, 

Marton, 40 

Mason. 33, 45 

Mathen, 83 

Mathew, 5 

Mathews, 87 

MAYNSTON, 47 

Maynston, 88 

Merbury, 35 

Meredeth, 87 

Merick, 44 

Mervyn, 7 

Mill, 89 

MINORS, 89 

Minors, 63 

Moigne, 61 

MONINGTON, 48, 49 

Monington, 13, 51, 63. 64, 66, 73, 

78, 82, 84, 91 
Moore, 91 
Morgan, 3, 5, 18, 24, 30, 58, 76, 

82, 89 
More, 3 
Morris, 25, 57 
Mortimer, 21 
MORTON, 51 
Morton, 39, 43, 50, 55 
Moubrey, 3. 4 
Mulbery, 38 
MYLBOURNE, 37, 90 
Mylboume, 4, 6, 13, 48, 69, 76, 

93 



Myles, 91 
Myll, 21 
MYNTRYCHE, 52 

Mytton, 73 



N 

Nanfant, 14 
Newbridge, 52 
Newman, 25 
Newmarche, 4 
Nicholetts, 61, 79 
NicoIIs, 63 
Noblett, 57 
Norreys, 25 
Norton, 39 
NOTT, 53 
Nott, 34 



OLDCASTLE, 35 
Oldcastle, 33 
Osborne, 33, 96 
Oteby, 94 
Owen, 21 



Pakington, 64 

Palmes, 86 

Parker, 9, 11, 83 

Parr, 75 , 

Parry, 23, 92 

Parsay (Parfoy), 38 

Partridge, 15, 48, 66 

PATESHALL, 54 

Pateshall, 66 

Pauncefoote, 84 

Pavers, 86 

Pavy, 16 

Payne, 14, 63, 79, 84 

Pechere, 2 

Peere, 33 

PEMBRIDGE, 55 

Pembridge, 13, 2i, 32, 33, 35, 

51,81, 87 
Penoyre, 41 
Penruddock, 64 
Fenrys, 19 
Percy, 3 
Perks, 25 
Perle, 56, 83 

Perrott, 15, 41, "^O, 56, 64, 93 
Peryn, 98 
Phelip.s, 57 
Phettiplace, 93 
Philip, 5 
PHILLIPES, 56 
Phillips, 7, 68 
Pigott. 20 
Plowfeld, 55 
Plumtree, 96 
Pontesbury, 9 
Powell, 3i, e"', 68, 76 
POWER, 72 
Powys, 96 
Preston, 86 
Prosser, 90 



PRYCE, 58 

Pryce, 15, 34, 47, 57, 70, 74, 82, 

83, 87, 92, 93 
Pryor, 42, 58 
Pullen, 85 
Purslow, 98 
PYCHAKD, 59 
Pychard, 52, 75 
PYE, 91 
Pye, 68, 93 
Pvnsonn, 40 
Pytts, 46 



Ragon, 82 

Randolph, 21 

Rea, 98 

Rebolde, 37 

Reding, 98 

Reed, 14, 20, 73, 79, 93 

Reynolds, 95 

Rice, 47 

Richmond, als. Webb, 34 

Ridg, 44 

Robard, 1 1 

Roberdge, 76 

Rode, 27, 87 

Rogers, 75 

Rompney, 10, 44 

ROWDON, 60 

Rowdon, 7 

RUDHALL, 93 

Rudhall, 15,22, 63, 71,91 

Rutford, 24, 52 

Russell, 39, 53, 75, 83, 95 



S 



Sadler, 99 

ST. OWEN, 94 

Sandes, 20 

Sarnsfeld, 48, 55 

Saunders, 20 

SCROPE, 38 

Scryven, 21 

SCUDAMORE, 62 

Scudamore, 4, 8, 16, 22, 24, 25, 

26, 38, 42, 49, 58, 63, 64, 68, 

71, 84, 89, 91 
SEBORNE, 64 
Seborne, 26, 49 
Selwick, 92 
Setwin, 66 
Shaa, 51 
Sharp, 40, 45 
Shellev, 13 
Shepherd, 29 
Shipham, 40 
Shirley, 2, 45, 95 
Showell, 34 
Skinner, 20 
Skip]ie, 77 
SKULL, 65 
Skull, JO, 20, 21 
Slade, 4.^), 60 
Smith, 12, 75 
SMYTH, 95 
Smythe, 13, 33, 96 
Snede, 84 



104 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Sollers, 81 
Southcote, 64 
Hpenser, 87 
Stamford, 2, 79 
Stanley, 59 
Staple.'', 73 
Stark ey, 13 
Stevens, 34, 96 
Stichfielcl, 13 
Store, 11 
Stradling, 4, 32 
Stratford, 69 
Sutton, 9 
Synogh, 66 



Talbot, Ld., 80, 88 
Tatne, 8 
Taylor, 43, 53 
Teuipeli, 73 
Tenham, Lord, 64 
Thin, 72 
Thoina«, 5, 17 
Thome (Horde), 41 
Thunder, 3 
Tien« de Valence, 18 
TOMl'KINS, 66 
TonipkinH, 14, 54, 56 
Townley, 61 
Tracy, 20, 49 
Traveleigli, SI 
Trentham, 37 
Tropvill. 41 
Trye, 49 
Turbervile, 18 
Twiniho, 13 
Typtoft, 38 
Tyrrell, 69, 94 

U 

UNETT, 66 

Unett, 43, 50, 75, 98 

Upton, 9, 44 



VAUGHAN, 68, 71, 97 

Vaughan, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 11, 18, 21, 
34, 36, 47, 49, 63, 66, 69, 70, 
75, 82, 83, 89, 90, 92, 93, 97 

Venor, 5o 

Verdon, 36, 93 

Viaer, 38 

Vyner«, 56 



W 

Wakefeld, 44 

Walby, 40 

Walker, 46 

WALL, 98 

Wall, 98 

WalHham, 47 

Walshe, 33, 53, 74 

Walter, 57 

Walton. 4,30, 41, 42 

WALWYN, 69 

Walwyn, 3, 4, 5, 9, 13. 14, 15, 20, 

21, 2.5, 34, 40, 42, 43, 48, 58, 

6.5, 88, 91,92, 96 
Wanton, 9y 
WARXKCOMHK, 70 
Warnecombe, 6, 21, 26, 63 
WASHKBOKNE, 72 
VVajjhe»x)ruc. 16, 17, 84 
Waatney«, 99 
Waterton, 3, 4, 5 
Weak!, 98 
WEAVEIt, 99 
Weaver, 83 
Webb, 28, 33, 38 
WEDNESTEK, llO 
WELFOUl), 74 
Welford, 23, 50, 68, 78, 96 
Welles, 64 
Welsh, 88, 96 
Wentworth, 60 



Westfalinge, 93 

Weston, 53 

Wheler, 69 

White, 10 

Whithe, 14 

WHITNEY, 75 

Whitney. 3. 5, 8, 11, 32, 35, 39, 

91 92 97 
WhittintHon, 17, 20. 21, 39, 42, 

47, 52, 54, 81, 82, 91 
Wightman, 58 
WIUMOUE, 71 
Wigmore. 1(», 21, 49, 63, 64, 65 
Wildgoose, 5 
Williams, 58, 82 
WilliaiuH (aU. Cromwell), 58 
Willington, 87 
WILLISUNE, 76 
WilliHone, 26, 64 
WUlyn. 82 
Wilse, 26 
Wilshire, 28 
Wilton, 40 
Winsley, 10 
WINSTON, 18, 77 
Wiiwtou. 32, 33, 86 
Winter, 49 
Wolder, 4 
Wombwell, 76 
Wotxl, 13, 71, 95 
Woolrich, 6 
Wotton, 81 
Wrottesley, 38 
Wyer, 9 
WYKES, 78 
Wyn, 54, 66 
WYSHAM, 79 
Wysham, 99 



Yerworth, 65, 89 
Yorke, 81, 82 



%niti ot piaas. 



Abbey Dore, 5, 93 

Abrahall, 2 

Aconbuiy, 5, 56 

Acton (Wore), 2 

Aldeuham (Salop), 95 

AUensmore, 92 

Almeley, 35 

Alterynuis, 17, 18 

Amberley, 39, 40, 77 

Arberfeld (Berks), 9 

Arkeston, 24, 76 

Ashperton, 20 

Ashton, 72 

Avenbury, 21, 51, 60, 61, 67, 79 



B 



Bactou, 23 

Bagnell (Yorks), 56 

Barrs's Court, 31 

Barton (Salop) 98 

Barton (in Weobley), 11 

Bawtry (Yorkfc!), 51 

Bellington (Wore), 25 

Bemngton, 6, 91 

Bidney, 6, 41,83 

Bigsvvere (Glos.), 92 

Billingsley vSalop), 98 

Bit^hop's Frorne, 60 

Bishopston, 10 

Blackmore, 33, 86 

Bodenham, 42, 50, 81 

Bodingtun, 73, 93 

Bosbury, 17, 27, 38, 41, 72, 87 

Boulogne, 21 

Brampton Brian, 21, 90 

Brecknock, 65 

Bredenbury, 61 

Bredwardine, 4, 6, 71, 93, 97 

Bridge Solers, 11 

Bridgnorth, 9 

Brinsop, 8, 23, 63, 74, 96 

Brockhampton, 2, 8, 21, 24, 59, 

60, 79 
Brocton (Salop), 57, 95 
Brorascroste (Salop), 94 
Bromsgrove, 91 

Bromyard, 2, 11, 21, 60, 77, 100 
Bronsil, 20 
Bullingham, 6, 71 
JJurford, 71 



Burford (Oxon), 91 
Burghill, 36, 41, 87, 90 
Burghope, 27, 28, 41, 83 
Burton, 24 
Burton Court, 94 
Buttas, 49, 73 
Byford, 33, 34, 54 



C 

Canon Frome, 46 
Canon Pyon, 49, 96 
Cassey Compton, 64 
Castell, 62 

Castlecombe (Wilts), 38 
Castleditch, 19 
Castle Frome, 66 
Castle Jordeyn, 26 
Caws (Salop), 36 
Chanstone, 6, 8, 82 
Charterhouse, 4 
Chesterfield (Derbysh.), 96 
Chidiock (Dorset)) 64 
Chowlseye (Berks), 9 
Cleobury (Salop), 45, 95 
Clun (Salop), 21, 57 
Clyro (Kadnorsh.), 11, 15, 49 
Coddington, 69 
Collington, 54 
Colwall, 38 

Cotheridge (Wore), 10, 66 
Cotherington (Glos.), 70 
Coyty, 18, 21 
Cradley, 52, 59, 87 
Credenhill, 13, 27. 95 
Crickhowell, 18 
Croft, 20, 64 
Crnckmeele (Salop), 57 



D 

Dean, Forest of, 55, 85 

Derndall, 96 

Dewchurch, 82, 91 

Dewsall, 56 

Dickleston. or Dixton (Glos.), 

73, 93 
Dihvyn, 6, 41, 45 
Dormington, 69 
Dorston, 48 
Douklyn (Wore), 91 
Downton, 95, 98 



Duffield (Derby), 89 
Dulas, 92 
Dyffryn, 96 
Dymock (Glos.), 26, 40 



E 

Hardisland, 94 
Eardisley, 7, 82 
Eastham (Wore), 2, 61, 72 
Eastnor, 19, 20, 84 
Eatington (Warvv.), 45 
Eaton (Leominster), 35, 36 
Eaton Bishop, 76 
Edwin Loach (Wore), 66 
Eglefeld, 58 
Eldersfield (Wore), 11 
Elton (Cheshire), 26 
Elwell, 4 
Estradfyn, 58 
Evesbach, 43, 51 
Evesham, 28 
Ewyas, 18, 66 
Eyton (Salop), 45 

F 

Faintree (Salop\ 98 
Faruicote (Glos.), C9 
Fawh^y, 34, 35, 6S 
Felds, 82 
Felton, 27 
I'^erne, 87 
Ford, the, 54, 66 
Fountain Gittbrd (Wilts), 7 
Fownhope, 63 
Foy, 3 

Frome, Bishop, 60 
Frome, Canon, 46 
Frome, Castle, 66 
Frome, Little, 67 
Froydesley (Salop), 21 
Fryers, 83 

G 

Garnons, 31, 32 
Garnstone, 66, 94 
Garway, 90 
Gillow, 63 
Gloucester, 28 
Goldicote (Wore), 29 
Goodwey, 96 



106 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



Grendon Warren, 10, 11, 12, 

53, 71, 82 
Grey Friars (in Hd.), 83 
Grove, the, 77 



n 



Iladnock, 34 
Hall Kegis, 18 
Hampton Bishop, 82 
Hampton Ct. (Hereford). 58 
Hanley (Wore), 2, 72 
Hardwick (Glos.), 49 
Harpdeu (Herts), 98 
Harpton (Kadnor), 47 
Harrow on the Hill, 58 
Hasell, 26 

Huworthe (Lane), 41 
Hellens, 3, 15, 2r>, 61, 91 
Henley (Salop), 56, 96 
Hentland, 63 
Hereford, 1, 6, 8, 9, 13, 14, 17, 

19, 33, 41. 43, 48, 49, 70, 75, 

83, 85, 93 
Hereford Este, 9 
Hergest, 3, 5, 11, 21, 63, 82, 97 
Hevyn, 45, 95 
Heyton (Sidop), 45 
Hiilcsdon (Bucks), 77 
Hiuton, 41 
Holme Lacy, 8, 14, 22, 24, 25, 

49, 58, 62, 71, 84, 89 
Holmer, 87 
Holt (Wore.), 21, 65 
Hope under Dinmore, 10, 12, 58 
Hoptou (Salop), 45, 95 
Hopton Solers, 17, 45, 79 
How Capel, 16, 17, 42, fo 
Howell, 47 
Hull, 69 
Hursley, 87 



Icomb (Gloa.), 7, 37, 91 
Ingeston, 78 
Ipplepen (Devon), 65 
Itohenstoke (Hants), 39 
Ivington, 21 



K 

Kenchester, 96 

Kentchurcb, 4, 26, 30, 64, 91 

Kilfodes, 78 

Killing, 68 

King's Capel, 35 

Kingsland, 98 

King's Pyon, 49, 73 

Kingston, 24, 76 

Kington, 3, 5, 69 

Kinlet (Salop), 21, 24 

Kiunersley, 24. 

Kinsham, 10, 11 

Knill, 46 

Kyre Wysird, 46, 80 



L 



Lackham (Wilts), 10 

Lanver (Monm.), 58 

Lawton, 98 

Lawton's Hope, 49 

Ledbuiy, 17, 20, 26, 4?, iil, 52, 

67, 77 
Leigh (Wore.), 53 
Leinthall, 66 
Leintwardine, 45 
Leominster, 35, 56, 57, 71, 98 
Lewson, 34 
Ley, 13 

Lilliughall, 11, 98 
Little Ashley, 51 
Littlecite (Wilts), 21 
Little Krome, 67 
Little Hereford, 23 
Little Hide, 25, 26 
Little Malvern, 53 
Little Marcle, 85 
Llaheve<1, 71 
Llaubedre, H 
lilancillow, 90 
Llandair, 5 
Llandefailog, o 
Llanfoyst, «2 
Llaugarreu, 34, 47, 6S, 77 
Llanrothrtl (Monm.), 68, 90 
Llanthony (Honm.), 62 
London, 28, 29, 80, 42, 44, 63, 

99 
Luugworth (or Longford), 34, 

40, 43, 58, «» 
Ludlow, 45, 66 
Lugton, 10, 65 
liUgwardine, 40 
LuUley (Wore.), lU, 11 
Lyde, 27, 30 
Lydney (GI0.1.), 49, 91 
Lye (Wore), 69 
Lytton Buaherd, 88 



M 

Miuiley, 21. 33, 77 

Maheii (Monm.), 82 

Mansell Gamage, 31, 33, 51, 55 

Marden, 28, 39. 49, 74. 7.5, 86 

Marsh, tlie, 96 

Mas^ington, 51 

Mertliyr, 34 

Michaelclmrch, 2 

Michelgi"ove (Sussex), 13 

Midhurst (Su.ssex), 21 

Midleton (Salop), 53 

Milborne. S. Andrew (Dorset), 
51 

•Milhom (Cumb.), 25 

Milineth, 10 

Milton (Pembridge), 64 

Moningtou, .i6, 81 

Montjicute (Somerset), 57 

Montgomeiy, 21 

Moore (Salop), 46 
} Mordiford, 67 

Morehampton, 5,6, 18, 82 
I Moretou, 27 
I Moreton Jefferys, 48, 78 



Moreton-on-Lugg, 15, 38, 50, 56 

64 
Morton (Notts), 51 
Morton (Somei-set), 80 
Moiiseley, 84 
Much Cowarue, 10, 65 
Much Dewchurch, 91 
Much Marcle, ;i, 25, 65 
Mynde, 68, 92 



N 

Nelthorpe (Oxon), 13 
Netherton (Wore), 29 
Netherwood, 7, 56, 60 
New Court iBacton), 23 
New End, 53 
Newhaven, 79 
Newton by Hope, 42 
Noke, 6, 12 
Nonesuch (Surrey) 90 
Northop (Flint), 71 
Nortciu, 14 
Notgrove, 54 
Nottingham, 19, 88 
Noxe, 44 



O 

Oldcostle, 35 
Old Court, 4 
Oroop, 92 
Overton (Salop), 96 



Pakington, 79 

Pantglas, 35 

Pauntley (Glos.), 17, 39, 42, 47. 

82, 91 
Paunton, 60 
Pecheres, 2 
Pembridge, 12, 27, 40. 64, 87, 

96 
Peucoyd, 7 
Peugarson Green, 90 
Penrice (Glam.), 19 
Pershore (Wore), 29 
Perther (Monm.), 3, 34, 68, 88 
Peterchurch, 4, 14, 41 
Peverell, 51 
Pilletts (Wales), 90 
Plash (Salop), 26 
Pontrilas, 7, 13 
Pontwilym, 8 
Porteham, 58 
Porthamel (Brecon), 90 
Poston, 3, 4, .% 15, 79, 82 
Pountesbury (Salop), 57 
Powyck (Wore), 60 
Poyter, 97 

Prestbury (Glos.), 57 
Presteign, 47, 66, 99 
Preston Wynne, 62 
Prior's Court, 43 
Puddleston, 54 



INDKX OV PLACES. 



107 



R 

Rjulnor, 83 
K.amsbnry (Wilts), 82 
Reading, 9 
Redciistell, 06 
Redmarley (Wore), 22 
Renwick (Glos), 78 
Rhodes, 41 
Ribford (Wore), 37 
Ridley, 58 

Rocester (Staffs.), 37 
Rockhill (Salop), 80 
Rotherwas, 4, 81 
Rowdon, (50 
Rowley (Stivffs.), 79 
Rowlstone, 63, 68 
Rowsmayne, 19 
Rudhall, 15, 93 
Ryple Court (Kent), 50 



S 



Sadlebovv, 91 

St. David's, 96 

St Guthlac's Priory, .^)S 

St. Maughan (Monm.), 68 

St. Weonards, 89 

Sapey, 21 

Samsfield, 48, 55, 63, 64 

Sarum, 26 

Sevillo (Spain), 82 

Shakenford, 38 

Sheldesley (Wore), 34, o3, 74 

Sherington, 40 

Shobdon, 49, 71 

Sidbury (Salop), 98 

Skenfrith, 68 

Snitterfield (Warw.), 73 

Southani (G1..S.), 25, 69, 82 

Soutlmaut, 77 

Standish (Glos.), 78 

Stanlako (Oxon), 29 

Stanton, 20, 87 

Stanton-on-Wye, 25 

Stoke Edith. 49 

Stoke Lacy, 8, 10 

Stoke Mandeville, 3 

Stowell (Glos.), 8 

Stratton (Salop), 46 

Streatley (Berks), 9 

Stretton Sugwas, 12, 13, 32, 69 

Suckley (Wore), 44, 59 



Sufton, 07 

Sugwas, 76 

Sutton, 96 

Sutton (>^alop). 98 

Sutton Conit. in 

Sutton St. Nicholas, 13, 49, 64, 

70 
Swattlmni (Norf.), 84 



T 

Talgarth, 97 

Tedstone Delauicre, 79 

Tewkesbury, 26 

Thinghill, 15, 16. 19, 35, 87 

Thornbury, 7, 56, 60 

Thruxton, 38 

Tibberton, 25. 63 

Ticksall (Staffs.), 26 

Tilleglas, 18, 82 

Tillington, 36, 37, 41, 69, 90 

Tirrell's Court, 94 

Tisted, East (Hantsj, 39 

Toddingt^n (Glos.), 20, 49 

Treago, 63, 89 

Tredegar, 82 

Treguntei. 4 

Tretower, 11, 97 

Trevervyn, 68 

Trewin. 32, 77 

Tripleton, 45 

Troy, 76, 91 

Tupsley, 82 

Twining (Glos.), 50, 51 

Twynye, 13 



U 

Underlev, 98 
Upleadon, 41 
Upton, 9, 44 
Upton (Wore), 12 
Upton Bishop, 88 
Upton Cre.s.set (Salop), 98 
Upton on Severn (Wore), 85 
Urry Delahay, 44 



Vale, The, 87 
Valence, 18 
Vowchurcli. '3 



W 

Walford(froref.), 92 
Walford (Salop), 50 
Wallingtoii, 89 
Walterstone, 17, 32, 77, 82 
WatlesboH/Ugh (Salop), 71 
Weare, 05 
Webton, 24 
Welford Castle, 74 
Wellington, 12, 27, 28, 30, 39, 

41, 43, 69, 75, 83 
Wellington Heath, 43 
Weobley, 9, 24, 35, 40, 54, 66 

91, 94 
Westbury (Glos.), 77 
Westhani (Kssox), 39 
Westhyde, 67, 78 
Weston (Penibridge), 96 
Weston-under-l<]dge ((jilos.), 29, 
Westou-under-Penyard, 44 

Whitchurch, 34, 35, 48, 94 

Whitlield (Glos.), 37 

Whitland (Caruiar), 92 

Whitnev, 75, 92 

Wicho (Wore), 67 

Wichenford (Wore), 2, 73 

Wick (Wore), 70 

Wickhambrook (Sufiolk), 6 

Wigmoro, 45 

Wike (Wore), 29 

Wilton, 88 

Wimbledon, .57 

Win.sley, 10, 12 

Wintercot, 71 

Wistaston, 23, 50, 5^ 74, 86 

Withington, 15, 19 

Wodruauton (Wore), 80 

Wolferlow, 98 

Wonastow (Monm.), 68 

Woodcote (Wore), 66 

Wood cotes (Salop), !t5 

Wooilhamptou, 23 

Woolley (Vorks.). 60 

Wootton (Wellington), 7, 27, 49, 
87 

Worcester, 29, 75 

Wotton (Salop), 4") 

Wytley (Wore), 72 



Yarpole, 56 
Yetton (I'^aton), 3.' 



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