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THE 



PUBLICATIONS 



C?)e HarUian ^ocietp. 



ESTABLISHED A.D. MDCCCLXIX. 




S^olttme W. 



FOE THE TEAE MDCCCLXXI. 



STANFORD UNIVERSITY 
LIBRARIES 

rcB 1 1973 



TATLOB AND 00., FBINTSBS, 
IXTTLB QUBBK 8TBXBT, LINCOLN'S INN niLDS. 



W^t Visitations of t|)e County of 



1569 AND 1614, 



WITH 



MANY OTHER DESCENTS OF THE SAME COUNTY. 



EDITED BT 

GEORGE WILLIAM MARSHALL, LL.M, 



LONDON: 
1871. 






At a Meeting of the Council of the Harleian Society, held at 8, Banes 
Inn, London y W.O., on the 16th day of March, 1871, the Hon. Henry Ropbe- 
CuBZON i7t the Chair, it was resolved that — 

*'The Visitation op Nottingham in 1569 and 1614, to be edited by 
G. W. Masshall, be the Second Publication for the Present Year/* 



preface* 



Thb following pages are a copy of Harleian MS. 1555, together with such 
additions as can be supplied by collating it with Harl. MS. 1400. Harleian 
MS. 1555 was for the most part written and tricked by Richard Mundy, and 
contfidns the Visitations of Nottinghamshire made in 1569 and 1614. Har- 
leian MS. 1400 contains professedly the Visitation of 1614 ; was partly 
written by John Withie, but mostly by Jacob Ohaloner and others. The 
pedigrees in this MS. are far less complete than those in the former, never- 
theless they have enabled me to add considerably to many of them. Taking 
Harleian MS. 1555 as the copy to be edited, I have added to the pedigrees 
it contains every scrap of additional information furnished by Harleian MS. 
1400 j and whenever the MSS. diflTer in the names of persons, places, or 
blazon of arms, I have given the different reading, and appended the words 
'^ Harl. 1400 '' in parentheses. It may not be thought unnecessary to say 
a few words in justification of this course. When I undertook to edit for 
the Harleian Society the Visitation of Nottinghamshire taken in the year 
1614, 1 was not aware that it would be impossible to separate it from that of 
1569, but having afterwards come to this conclusion on a closer examination 
of the Harleian MSS. containing Visitations of Nottinghamshire, I deter- 
mined to solve the difficulty by producing both. Undoubtedly the best copy 
of them is that in Harleian MS. 1555, which forms the staple of this work, 
but the supplementary matter to be gathered from Harleian MS. 1400 
appeared to me to be too valuable to be omitted, and, at the same time, that 
MS. does not differ so much from the former that its contents would be worth 
producing as a separate volume. I hope therefore that by incorporating 
the two, I shall be deemed to have done most service to the members of the 
Harleian Society. 

The first Visitation of Nottinghamshire, if the few pedigrees recorded in 
Tonge^s Visitation of the northern counties are worthy to be considered as 
such, was taken in the year 1530, and has been printed in the 41st volume 
of the publications of the Surtees Society. 



VI PREFACE. 

The second and third Visitations, taken in 1569 and 1575 by Robert 
Glover, Somerset Herald, both appear to be included in Harl. MS. 1555. 
There are two books in the College of Arms purporting to be copies 
of these Visitations, one lettered ^^ Glover's Visitation of the North, 1569 
and 1575," with the following on the title page^ — ^'The Original draught of 
some Descents of certain Gentlemen residing in the counties of Stafford 
Derby Yorke Notingham and Northumberland, taken in the yeares 1569 
and 1575 by that most skilful & industrious Antiquary Robert Glover 
Somerset Herauld Deputy and Marshall to William Flower Norroy King of 
Armes. Ex done Willi' Dugdale Norroy Regis Armorum, 2 Junij, A®. 
1676.'' The other (Vincent MS. 117), though entitled the Visitation by 
Flower and Glover in the above years, appears principally to be that of 1614 
with some additions. 

The fourth Visitation, that of 1614, was taken by Sir Richard St. George, 
Norroy; the original copy is in the College of Arms (MS. C. 9). Only a 
few of the pedigrees are attested by the signature of the gentlemen who 
recorded them. 

The last Visitation was begun by Wm. Dugdale in 1662, and finished 
in 1664. The original is in the College of Arms, MS. C. 34, and contains 
pedigrees of the following families : — 

Atkinson of Newarke. Cressy of Outcotes. 

Barkeston of Nottingham. Dand of Mansffeild Woodhouse. 

Barret of Thoroton. Digby of Mansffeild Woodhouse. 

Bellamy of Radford. Draper of Flyntham. 

Bland of Hablethorpe. Eyre of Rayton. 

Braylefford of Welley . Oglethorpe of Whatton . 

Briatow of Beesthorpe. Golding of Colston Basset. 

Broome of Carcolston. Gregory of Nottingham. 

Broughton of Lowdbam. Grundy of Bleasby. 

Brunsell of Bingham. Hacker of Flintham. 

Bumell of Winkburne. Hacker of Trowell. 

Brighouse of Bilby. Harecourt of Plumtre. 

Cartwright of Wheatley. Holcroft of Balderton. 

Cartwright of Ossington. Holland of Kynolton. 

Charleton of Chilwell. Hotofk of Flintham. 

Chaworth of Annesley. How of Langar. 

Chadwick of Nottingham. Hynde of Laxton. 

Clarkson of Kirton. Hutchenson of Owthorp. 

Cley of Kellum. Hutchenson of Willoughby-on-the- 

Clifton of CUfton. Woulds. 

Clud of Suthwell. lemson of Newarke. 

Cooper of Thurgarton. Ironmonger of Nottingham. 



PREFACE. 



Vll 



Kerchevall of Orson. 

Lacock of Woodborough. 

Lascells 0f Elston. 

Lee of Norwell. 

Leeke of Balderton. 

Leeke of Hallum. 

Mansfeild of Westleake. 

Markham of OUerton. 

Mellish of Kagnall. 

Midleton of Wannesley. 

Molineux of Teversall. 

Molineux of Little Markham. 

More of Kirtlington. 

Mueklow of Broughton on Soulney. 

MompesBon of Bilsthorpe. 

Needham of Kynolton. 

Odingsells of Eperston. 

Palmer of Southwell. 

Palmes of Stapleford. 

Parkins of Bonney. 

Pendock of Tollerton. 

Pierpont of Nottingham. 

Pierpont of Thorsby. 

Pigot of Thrumpton. 

Plumptre of Nottingham. 

Bayner of East Drayton. 

Bodes of Sturton. 

Bolleston of Watnall. 

Boos of Laxton. 

Bosell of Batcliffe upon Sore. 



Bosse of Snenton. 

Sacheverell of Barton. 

Salmon orPinningley. 

Savile of Bufford. 

Savile of Oxton. 

Savile of Darton Grange. 

Scroope of Langar. 

Sherbroke of Oxton. 

Shipman of Scarrington. 

Smith of Askham. 

Stanhope of Stoke juxta Nottingham. 

Staunton of Staunton. 

Stertevant of Norwell. 

S trolley of "Woodborough. 

Stringer of Sutton upon Lound. 

St. Andrew of Gotham. 

Tate of Sutton Bonington. 

Thomhagh of Fenton. 

Thoroton of Carcolston. 

Tonstall of Everton. 

"Waldron of East Bridgford. 

Warburton of Bolles. 

"Wastneys of Hedon. 

"Whalley of Kirton. 

Whalley of Cotgrave. 

Widmerpole of "Widmerpole. 

Williamson of Great Markham. 

Willoughby of Selston. 

Wood of Woodborough. 

Wylde of Nettleworth. 



I need only add that my best thanks are due to John Davidson, Esq., for 
undertaking the labour of compiling the complete and comprehensive index 
to this work. 



ERRATA. 

P. 46, line 4. For dewodsetes read de Wbdsetes. 

P. 50, line 2. Omit the word JSdmand. 

P. 76. At bottom of page memisisse^ meaning remisisse. 

P. 141, line 20. Omit the words beginning ex sialic and ending vistmtur. 



^i»t of ^etitsreed. 



FASB 

Atkinson 129 

Ayscouoh 77 

Babington 150 

Baker 86 

Ballabd 104 

Barnard 177 

Bassett 41 

Bassett 42 

Bassett 170 

Beresford 169 

Beterootts 171 

Bingham 121 

Bingham 144 

BiNGLEY 155 

Blacknall 113 

Bland 89 

Bland 182 

Blondkston 157 

BoLLE OR Bolles. . . 94 

Brendislst 140 

Brodbxnt 114 

Bromb 184 

Brookbsby 188 

Burnell 99 

Byron 

Garnon 185 

Cartwright 109 

Ghaworth 128 

Glarkson 92 

Glaxton 188 

Clifton 16 

Cludd . 108 

Constable 40 

Cooper 140 

Cornwallis 161 

Cranmeb 70 

Cbrsst 41 



rAGS 

Crbssy 95 

Dabridocourt .... 87 

Dandb 181 

Darrell 90 

DioBT 169 

DOBSON 180 

DoD 48 

Donham 160 

Drafbb 186 

East Retford .... 4 

Eastwood 91 

Elwis 29 

Eyre 48 

Eyre 92 

Fenton 88 

Fenton 118 

Fitz-Randolfb . . . .187 

Flower 121 

Gk)LDiN0 107 

Gk)ODERE 175 

Handley 156 

Haselrig 153 

Hercye 14 

Heron 182 

Hollis 61 

holtofte 103 

Hunt 167 

Hutchinson 115 

Hynde 129 

Jessop 94 

Lacook 95 

Lascslls 57 

Leeke 101 

Leigh 100 

Longford 82 

Lyndley 119 

Markham 28 



rAGS 

Marshall 160 

Marshall 182 

Medhop r 17JB 

Merino 12 

molineux 72 

MOYLE 178 

Nevell 64 

Newark ...... 8 

North 82 

Nottingham 1 

Odingsells 75 

Osbobne 31 

Parkins 159 

Pendock 107 

Perpoint 43 

Pigott 115 

Poole 27 

Power 176 

Keynes 108 

ROLSTON 169 

Roos Ill 

ROSSELL 119 

Sacheverell .... 163 

St. Andrew 78 

Samon 85 

Sanderson 100 

Sandfobd 168 

Savell 174 

Sherbrooke 182 

Southworth . . . .114 

Stanhop 5 

Stanton 179 

Stookwith 176 

Strelley 19 

Stretton 89 

Stringer 85 

Sturdivant 159 



LIST OF PEDIGREES. 



rAGB 

Sutton 141 

Sutton 142 

Sutton 186 

Symcock 156 

Tate 84 

Therland 154 

Thornheoh 69 

ToNO 84 

Tbubsell 28 



rAOi 

Vincent 188 

Walkeb 180 

Wase 178 

Wastneys 67 

Whalley 116 

Whalley 117 

White 96 

WiDMERPOOLE .... 108 
WiGHTMAN 181 



FA9B 

Wiohtman 178 

WiLLIAMflON ..... 97 
WiLLOUOHBY .... 102 
WiLLOUOHBY .... 145 
WiLLOUOHBY .... 184 

Wood 86 

Wymondbswold . . . 114 
Yerburoh i06' 



Wift Wissimitan of tift Cotintp 

of ^ottingl^atn. 



MADE AND TAKEN BY WILL'M FPLOWER, AL'S NORROY 
KING OF ARMES, A" 1569. CONTINUED ENLARGED WTH 
THE VISSITATION OF THE SAME COUNTY MADE BY 
RICHARD S' GEORGE NORROY KING OF ARMES, A° 1614, 
WITH MANY OTHER DESCENTS OF THE SAME COUNTY. 
TRANSCRIPT F ME RICHARD MUNDY. (Haul. MS., 1555). 



TOOBTHXa VRH 



MADE BY S« RICHARD S' GEORGE NORROY KING OF ARMES, 
IN THE YBARE OF OUR LORD GOD 1614. WITH OTHER 
INLARGEMENTS. JOHN WITHIE, 1631. (Habl. MS., 1400.) 



B 



; VISITATION OF 1 



1 COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 





^ottiitfljam* 



The towne and Borough of Nottiiigbam being a County within it eelfe vae 
Auntiantlv in corporated by the name of Burgesaefl of Nottingham in time of 
H. 1 and nath since that time receiyed divers emunityea and franchiaes from many 
of the kings of this Bealme as apeoreth by theire eeverall Charters and in the 
time of H. 6 they were newly incorporated b^ the name of maior & Burgeeees 
adding vnto them many other emuni^OB franchises & priuilidgea as by his Cbarter 
apeareth all which haue ben confirmed successively by the Kings & Queens of 
this Bealme as by the Charter of our Soueraigne lord King James vnder bis 
greate seale of England most plainly apeareth & at the time of this vissitation 
made in An° 1614 was William ffireeman Maior, S' Henerr Feirpoint Knight 
Becorder, Bichard Hurt, Arther Jacksonn, Bobert Staples, Hiciiard Welsh, Bichard 
Parker, & Bichai^ Hare, Aldermen, & William Gregory TownClerke of the same 
Towne & Connty. 

Will'm ffreeman Maior. 



THE VianTATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 





In Hnri. 1400 a lion ps«Miit goardant is ■abstitQt«d for the fleur- de-lis on smiiter side of the 



^etoarfe. 



The Towne &, Borough of Newark vppon Trent within the County of Notting- 
ham was in Corporated By E. 6 in the S veare of Ub B^gne bj the name of one 
Alderman & xij asBietante. Queene Elizabeth in the 21 yeare of her most happy 
Baigne gaua the authoritye to haue a Becorder, making the Alderman & tne 
Becorder Justices of Peace & quorum, & 4 of the society & firatemitye to be 
Justices of the peace, exempting them 13 from all manner of aemices whateoeveF 
in the County, and lastly onr most gratious soueraigne lord king James in the 2 
year of his raigne did not only confirme all fformer graunts made~hy his predi- 
eeesore the kings & queens of this land, but also of his most princely disposition 
towards the town exempted all the inhabitants thereof from all manner of loraigne 
seruices whatsoever, giuemg them full power to purchase lands & moke such orders 
& laws as should be thought by them more convenient for the better gouemment 
of the towne hauing both Armes & a Comon Seale belonging therevnto. And at 
the time of this Visitation was M' Henery Webster Alderman, & these following 
Becorder & Asistants, rizt, M' Glervase Molineux Becorder, Edmond Methering- 
ham, Peter Key, John Twentiman, Bartholmew Martyn, John Brownelejr, John 
Noble, Bichard Birketts, Thomas Jennysonn, Bobert Qood, Christopher Haselam, 
Bichard Hering, & John Methringham, John Brownley Coroner. 

Henery Webster Aldennan. 
Bartholmew Martyn. 
John Browneley. 
John Noble. 
Bichard Birkett. 
John Metheringham. 



4 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OP MOTTINaHAM. 




eaiSt Eetforti. 

The Towne & Borongli of East Badfiord in the County of Nottingham ia the 
kings tovrae & hath ben an Auntiant Borough ae apereth hy an Auntiant graunt 
made by E. 2 who graimted the towne in ffee fforme to the Burgessee of the same 
paying x' p' annum glueing them power to choose Bayhffe for the gonemment of 
the sayd towne, H. S graunt«d them a fiayre. E. 3 exempted them from all to!les 
& ffonugne Heruices. H. 6 gaue them a Court of Becord to hold plea of action 
without limitation of Som, & to execute the ofBce of Escheator & Clerke of the 
markett with man^ other libertiei. 

All which priuilidgeB haue hen trom time to time confirmed b^ the Berenll 
Kings & Queenes of this land, imd now lastly our Gratious Souenugne lord King 
James in the 6 yeare of bia Bfugne did not only Confirme all former graunta made 
W his predeceBBon, but also in Corporated it anew by the name of Baylifie & 
Burgesaee, & apointed the same to be gouemed by 2 Baliffs, & likewise xij Alder* 
men, to make a Comon Couneell for the towne, also they ifa&ll haue a Comon Sea]e 
with power to alter it at ther pleasure, and that the 2 BayliSa for the tyme being 
and tiie lemed Steward shalbe Justices of the peace & quorum within the eayd 
Borough & at this present Vissitation was Nicholas Watson, A Thomas Draper, 
BayliftB, & these following Aidermeu, vizt. William Thornton, Bobert Wharton, 
John Jepson, Bichard ^Isham, Bichard Faruell, Bobert Stockham, William 
Bellamy, ffrancis Barker, Martin Taylor, William Bayly, Bobert Hudsonn, A 
William Dickins, the Bight honorable Gilbert Earle of Sbrewsbery High Steward, 
S' Bich&rd William* ^ight lemed Steward, Bobert Browne Towne Clarke, & 
2 Swgeants at mace. 

TEu towne hath no Burgesses for the parliament. 

Nicholas Watson. 

Thomas Draper. 

Hob' Browne. 
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iHerittjj, 



Abhs. Quarterly : — 1 and 6. Ardent, an a chevron sable three escallops or. MsBiire. 

2. Or, a lion rampant, double queuee vert. Sutton. 3. Qules, a chief argent. 

Hebctb. 4. Ermine, a chirf azwre. Fitzabches. 6. Argent, on a saltvre 

engrailed sable nine annulets or, Leeej:. 
Cbebt. a horse* s head erased sable, bezant S, in the nose an annulet or. 

S' Gilbert Mering Knt. 
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Gilbert Mering Esq' 

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S' Alexander Mering Knt. 
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S' Alexander Mering 



S' Alexander (William Harl. 1400) Mering 
S' WiUi'mMering 

Willi'm Mering 

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S' WilU'mMering 

Alexander Mering 

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S' "Willi'm Mering of Mering in Com. Nottingham 



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Alexander Mering Thomas S' William Mering Peter fibune of Littel 
a prest Mering of Mering Markham 



Thomas Mering=Elizabeth d. of Peter fibune John ffoune ob. s. p. 



Maud d. of S' John Herce7=Alexander Mering=£llinor d. of S' firancis 



Knt. 1 wiffe 



of Mering Hugh Cressy Mering 



■„, -- --- — I 



Sir William Mering of=Maud d. of S' John Alexander Mering 



Mering Knt. 



BekenDg Deane of York 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



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of Thomas 
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Mering of Thomas Bassett 
Colling- of Fledborough 

luun= (Flamborough 

HarL 1400) 



S' William 8' Thomas 
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Mering Knt. of tbe Itbodes 

... d. of Elizabeth uz. S' 
Langhton of Bob. Markham 
Com. York Knt. 



I 

2 AUexander 1 Edward Jane 1 m. to Eustace 
Mering Mering of Fitzherbert 2 to 



— Horknall 



3 James Mering 
of Bolston 



An ux. W* 
Cooper 



1. S' Wiliiam= 
Mering of 
Mering Knt. 



. d. of . . • 
Hall of 
Grantham in 
Com. Lincon 



Bicbard Samon of 
Ansley Woodhouse 
in Com. Nottingham 
Fitzherbert her 1 
wiffe (sic) was the 
King's Remem- 
brancer 



Margery uz. 
Thomas 
Bassett of 
fGbdborough (sic. 
in Harl. 1555 
sed vide sup.) 



2 Thomas: 
Mering 



I 



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. . . d. of Edmond 

Mering & 
Thwaites others 



John Mering=Catherin d. & coheire of Thomas 



al's Sutton 



Humfrey Hercye of Qroue 
in Com. Notingham 



=Margarett 



Mering 
ob. s. p. 



ffrancis 
Mering 



Allice uz. 

Bichard 

Sutton 



Thomas 
Mering 
26 yere 
old 1576 



.1 I 
William 

Mering 

Ambrose 
Mering 



Anne 1 m. to 
. . . Bigs 2 

to G-yles 
fforster 



I I I 

Elizabeth 
Catherine 
Allice 



m! 



Mary uz S' 
Thomas 
Humfrey of 
Swepston in 
Com. Lester Knt. 



arg'ett 



Jane 



In Greate Markham Church in Com. Nottingham. 

Hio iao' d'na Milioent Mering quondam uxor Willm' Mering Militia qui obiit 16 September 1419. 

1. Argent, on a cherron sable three escallops or, impaling, ohequ^ gules and argent, a bend. 2. 
Asure, on a chief or a lion issuant gules, impaling same. 3. Three pilgrims' stayes meeting in base 
gules, impaling same. 



14 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



l^txt^t. 



Abms. Quarterly : — 1 and 6. Gules, a chief argent. Hebotb. 2. Ermine, a chief 
azure, Abches. 8. Argent, on a saltire engrailed table nine annulet* or. Lvake. 
4. 8ahle, a tower or, Towebs. 6. Argent^ a chevron between three JutiU sable. 
Stayeley. 

Gbest. a hedgehog proper, 

Gilbert de Arches Baron of Groue nere Eetford 



Malvoisme de Hercye liued=Theopliania d. & coheire S' William=l88abell d. 



in the time of King John 



(Theodainia Harl. 1400) Buffo Knt. 



S' Hugh Hercy 
Knt. 



& coheire 

... d. of John Herize S^ Boger Mortayne^ Anne d. & 
Lord of Wingfeld ~~ 



Knt. 



heire 



Hugh Hercye of Groue Swanius Hercye Thomas Mortayne 

T T 



r 



I 



Bobert Hercye purchased the lands Eustace Mortayne who sould the 
of Eustace Mortayne lands to Bobert Hercye 



I 

S' Hugh Hercye of Groue Knt. 
IT 



S' Malvoisine Hercye of Groue Knt. S' John Leeke Lord of Gotham 

T T 



S' John Hercye of Groue Knt. 



S 



' John 



Leek Lord of Gotham 



J 



8' Lawrance Hercye S* John Leek Lord—Issabell d. & coheire of John Towers 



of Groue Knt. 



of Gotham 



Lord of Somerby in Gom. Lincon 



illiam 



William Hercye of Groue Esq'= . . . widdow of W"» Sands 



I 



I 



8' John Gon-=Gatherin d. of=S' Thomas S' Simon= Joanne d. A S' John Leek 
stable Knt. 



S' Thomas 

Gomberfford 

Knt. 



Hercye 
of Groue 
Knt. 



Leek 
of Got- 
ham 



coheire of S' of Sutton in 
John Tal- Gom. Darby 
bottofSwan- ^ 

nington \/ 



S' Marmaduke 

Gonstable 

Knt. 



Hugh Hercy 
of Groue 
Esq' 



I 
Elizabeth 

d.& 

coheire 



I 

Mary d. & Margerett ux. S' 

coheire ux. John Markham 

8' Gyles of Sebrook the 

Daubney Justice 
B =r 



I 



Anne 

a 

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Hugh Hepcye of=Margeiy d. of S' EicHard Jane d. & heir ux. S* Eob* 

Bingham Knt. ~ " " 



Groue Esq' 



M^jkhf^Tn Bl' 



I 

Humffirey Hercye= Jane d. of John Stanhop 



of Groue 



of Shelfopd 



Sir John Markham of 
Cotham K» 



Humfirey Hercye of Groue=Elizabeth d. of S' John Digby Knt. 



8' John=Elizabeth d. & heire 1 Catherine 2. Anne 3 Allice 1 m. 4. Jane ux. 



Hercye of S* John Stanley 

of of Elford widdow 

Groue of S' James Lee of 

Ent. ob. Aston nere Stone 

8. p. in Com. Stafford 



sister & 
heire ux. 
John Me- 
ring al's 
Sutton 



ux. Ni- to Hen. Hat- Edmond 

cholas feld 2 to Sob. Bussye of 

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Sergeant at Com. 

Armes Lincon. 



nI/ 



m 



5 Barbara ux. 
George 
Nevell of 
Groue 



6 Ursula ux. Humffrey 
Littlebury of Highmore 
(Higwortne in Harl. 
1400) in Com. Lincon. 



Sll< 



7 Ellen ux. ffrancis 
Mackworth of 
Empingham in 
Com. Eutland 



8 Mary ux S' 
ffrancis 
Hotham of 
Storesby 



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Abms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Azwe, a lion rampant argent between eight fleurs-de- 
lis, or, 2. Ghiles^ a chevron between three bucks' heads cdbossed argent, 3. 
Argent^ three capons sable, 

Cbest. Out of a coronet or, lined gules, a griffin's head azure, beaked and eared 
gold, and charged on the neck with a crescent, 

Eobert Pull al's Poole vel de la Poole A® 21 E. 1 



Beignald Pull al's Poole 



James 



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knight, A« 3 B. 2 



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Thomas Poole of Poole: 
in Com. Chester A*' 15 
H. 5 



:Elizabeth d. of 
S' W°» Stanley 
of Hooton K* 



II II I 

Bichard James Isabell ux. John 

— — Leighe of High 

John William Leighe in Com. 

Chester. 



I 

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Poole in Com. Randall 

Chester, 7 H. 6 Manwaring 

of Pever 



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Poole of 

Poole 



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James 



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Henery 
Bichard 



I 

Mary ux. 
John 
Meols of 
Meols 



S' Thomas Poole of Poole 
in Com. Chester, Knight 



Baffe Poole of 
Wirrall, 2 sonne 



Bichard Pooler 
3 Sonne 



4^ 



:Mary da. to 
Baffe Pem- 
bridg 



Bowland Poole 
of Chester 



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Bobert Poole=Bennett d. of Thomas Boys 

of Monington in Com. Kent 



Jonn 



Poole 
2 Sonne 



Baffe Poole of the= Anne d. of Hugh Hooks of 
Citty of Chester | Conway in Com. Denbigh 



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Poole 



Bobert 
Poole 



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Chester ob. 
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Bichard ob. 
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Ansley in Com. 
Nottingham 
vixitt 1569 



of John 
Bretton of 
Ansley 



I 
Scissely ux. 

Belin (BolHn 

Harl. 1400) 

of Chester 



Bobert Poole of Aunesley 7 yere old 1569 Isabell Poole Agnes Poole 



28 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



CrufiseU. 



Arms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4i. Ardent fretty^ gules on each joint a bezant^ a hordure 
azure, Tbussell. 2 and 3. Vaire, a fees table. Mabmion. 



Warren Trussell of Billesley in Com. Warwick 



illia: 



William Trussell 
1" 



William Trussell 



1 

William Trus8ell=Maud d. of Bandall Manwaring 



Theobald Trussell 



S' Thomas Trussell Knt. 



S' William Trussell Knt.=Maud d. of Venables 



Lord of Warmicham 



Baron of Kinderton 



Allured Trussell==Catherin d. of S' Wm. Trussell 



m 



William Trussell of Billesley 



John Trussell of Billesley 



Thomas Trussell of Billesley 



J 



William Trus-: 
sell of Billes- 
ley 



:Scisseley d. of 
John Cursonn 
of Ketleston 
in Com. Darby 



Thomas 
Trussell 



Henry Marmion: 
of ... in Com. 
Nottingham 



Auery Trussell of=Margarett d. of 
Billesley in Co. Eobert f^l- 
Warwick wood of Tam- 

worth in Com. 

Warwick 



I 



John Trussell of= 
Cosshall in Com. 
Nottingham 2 
Sonne 



f 



Jssabell d. & 
heireof John 
Egerton 



:Bridgett d. of Hen. 
Marmion of ... in 
Com. Nottingham 



I 

John Trus- 
sell of Bil- 
lesley 



Eobert 
Henery 



Dorathey 
ux. Adam 
Palmer 



I 
Mary ux. 

John 

Ghelsthorp 



J 

Scissely 

ux. 

Giles 

Kemp- 

ster 



I 

Ursula 
ux. 

James 
South 



Margerett 
ux. 

Richard 
Water- 
man al's 
Dixon 



Thomas Trussell 



William 
Trus- 
sell 

Cathe- 
rin d.of 
. . . Ithell 



Joane ux. 
John 
Squire of 
Com. 
Stafford 



~1 

Ursula ux. 

Thomas 
Hare- 
court 



Henery 
Trussell 

Sarad. 
of 

Eetle- 
wood 



^1 
Edith ux. 

Thomas 

Lewes 

Maryux. 

John 

Holme 



Anne 



I 
Elizabeth 

ux. John 
Harmer 
of Win- 
chester 



THE yiSITATIOy OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



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THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



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THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINaHAM. 



31 



4^srt)orm* 



Abms. Quarterly : — 1. Quarterly ermine and azure^ a cross or, 2. Tioo harSy and 
on a canton gules a cross argent, 3. Argent, a chevron between three annulets 
vert, 4i. Azure, on afessjleury between three lions passant or, as many peewits 
proper, 

Cbest. An heraldic tyger or, maned sable, and charged on the shoulder with a 
pellet, 

Bichard Osborne of Ashfford in Com. Kent 
T 



I 

S' Edward Osborne Kjit.==Allice d. & sole lieire of S' William Hewett 



Maior of London 1583 



Knt. maior of London 1559 



I 

S' Hewett Osbome- 
Knt. was of ... in 
Com. . . . 



Joyce d. of Thomas ffleetwood: 
of the Vacb in Com. Buck- 
ingham Master of the Mynt 



:S' Peter ffretchvile sonn of 
Peter ffretchvile of Staley 
in Com. Darby 2 husband 



S' Edward Osborne of Key-=. . . d. of S' Thomas 



ton in Com. Nottingham 
Knt. & Baronett 1630 



Bellases Lord 
ffaulkonbridg 



William . . . ux. Christopher 
Osborne Wandisford of 

Wandisford in 

Com. York 



Edward Osborne 



Allice d. of William 
Boteler of Biden- 
ham in Com. Bed- 
ford 1 wiffe 



=Ed 



Edward Osborne of=firances d. of James 
Nowell in Com. Harvey of Dagen- 

Bedfford ham in Com. Essex 



Allice ux. Eo- 
bert Payton 
sonn of 
Eobert 



I 



Edward Osborne William Osborne 



32 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINOHAM. 



X.oni9:fortr. 



Abms. Quarterly : — 1. Pah/ of six or and gules, a tend argent, charged with an 
annulet sable for difference. 2. Paly of six or and gules, on a chief azure a 
har dancettd or. 3. Argent, a fees dancetti between ten billets sable, a label 
gules. 4. Quarterly, argent and gules. 

The entire coat is charged with an annulet for difference. 

George Longford a yonger brother of Longford 
of Longford in Com. Darby 

Nicholas Longford 



Thomas Longford of Mansfeld in Sher-= 
wood in Com. Nottingham 



=Elizabeth d. of Thomas Lowe of 
Alderolsley in Com. Derby 



Eoger Longford=Catherin d. of Thomas Longford of=Catherin d. of . . 



of Mansfeld 



Thomas Brad- 
shaw of Mansfeld 



Sutton in Ashfeld 
in Com. Notting- 
ham 1569 



~)rahai 



Comyn of North- 
amptonshire 



William Longford Abraham Longford 



GK)dffirey Long- 
ford 



Dorathey 



George Longford 
22 yere old 
1569 



I I 
Joane Longford 

Dorathey Long- 
ford 



George Longford 2 sonne 



ilu 



William Longford 



Thomas Longford 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



33 



fftnton* 



Abms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Argent a cross between four flewrs-de'lU sable. Eek- 
TON. 2. Or, a Hon rampant gules, collared argent, Malloby. 3. Azure, 
senUe qf cross crosslets and a lion rampant argent, Bsbtofts. 

GsEST. Out of a coronet an arm embowed in armour or, in the hand a suford argent, 
hilted or. 

S' Bichard Fenton Knt. Lord of Fentx)n in Com. Nottingham 

T 



William Fenton of Fenton Esq' 

I 
t William Fenton of Fenton Esq' 



William: 
Fenton 
of Fen- 
ton 
Esq' 



: Agnes d. of Baffe Boul- 
ston of Boulston 
Bendg qfsix gules and 
vert, a chevron ermine. 



Thomas (William Harl. S' Boger Disney of 
1400) Mallory Lord of Disney in Com. 
Walton in Com. Lester Lincon Knt. 



Bicliard= Jane d. of S' Bobert Clifbon Thomas 



Fenton 
Bonn & 
heire 



Boser 



Sable, a lion rampant, and the Mallory 
feld replenished unth cing^ue* =t= 

foils argent. 



JQLoge: 



ory 



S' Willm. Disney 
of Disney Knt. 
Bonn & heire 



I 



John Fen-s 
ton sonn 
& heire 



:Ellinor d. A co- 
heire of Tho- 
mas Mallory 



Joon JXLaiiorey o' wmm. msney oi===fiBne a. a 
of Wallo (sic; Norton Disney int. coheire of 



Mallorey S' Willm. Disney of=7= Jane d. & 



sonn & heire 



S' Ancketyll Mallorey knight 



Thomas Fenton=Margerett d. of S' 



S' Willm. 
Dyve 



i 



sonn & heire 



Wm. Disney 



S' WiUm. Disney of Disney 
in Com. Lincon 



^ 



Henery Fenton=Is8abell d. of Alexander Mering of Mering 



sonn & heire 



Argent, on a chevron sable three escallops or. 



John Bretofte of 
Breytoftein 
Com. Lincon 



I 



i=Catnerin d. 



I 



Henery Fenton=Catherin d. So coheire Margerett ux. Wm. 

sonn & heire I of John Bretofte Friskney of Friskney. 

A 



* This pettegre is sett out by Clarenoeulx Oooke and by him subscribed, 
t Omitted in HarL MS. 1400. 



34 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINQHAM. 



A| 



Edward Eenton sonn & heire=Ellenor d. of John Bevell of Darbisliire 

Per pale indented erm, and sable three chevrons gtUes, 



Thomas Eenton sonn & heire=Ellinor d. of Bafie Neyell of Leversedg 

Nbybll, nfith a label azure. 



Baffi 



& heire 



e Eenton sonn^Dorathej d. of Bobert Staunton 



Vairi ar, and sa,, a canton gules. 



1^ 

Thomas 
Eenton 



Henery 
Eenton 



I* 
Hugh Een- 
ton 2 sonn 



Thomas Eenton= 
sonn & heire 



Thomas 
Eenton 



:. . . d. of Thomas Burgh 
of Burgh in Torksh. 
Fhe swans on a saltire. 



William 
Henery 



I 
Edward 



Willm. 
Eenton 



B.enery Eenton son= 
of Bane (sie. in 
Harl. 1555) 



:Scissel7 d. of Tohn Beau- 
mont of Colhorton in 
Com. Lester. 



Hugh Eenton 
ob. s. p. 



Jonn 



Eenton^ Joane d. of Alsop 

Sable, a chevron between three birds or. 



John Eenton= Joyce d. of Hugh Babon 

Chiles, three wolves t passant, counter passant or* 



)im 



John Eenton of'=Ellinor d. of 



Bodenhamin 
(Tom. Herefford 



Euan Lloyde 



James =Dorathey d. of John Bell 



Eenton 



Sable, a jess ermine between 
three bells argent. 



I 

John Eenton 



I 

James Eenton 



John 



Eenton 



I 



Captaine=Thomazin=ChriBto- Catherin 



Edward 


d. & co- 


Eenton of heire of 


Eenton 


Beniamyn 


buried at 


Oonson 


Detford 


of Great 


in Kent 


Warley 


ob. 8. p. 


in Com. 




Essex 



ihi 



pher 
Browne 
of Det- 
ford 2 
husband 



icnari 



Bichard Browne 



ux. 

James 

Parsons 

2 sonn of 

Thomas 

Parsons 

of Dish. 

worth 

Orang 

in Com. 

lioster 



S' Geffreys 
Eenton 
Knt. prin- 
cipall se- 
cretary of 
state m 
Ireland. 



^^ 



Alliced. 


John 


of Bo- 




bert 


Anthony 


Weston 


— 


Lord 


James 


Chan- 


Eenton 


cellor of 


ob. s. p. 


Ireland 






Henery 




Eenton 




ob. s. p. 



* So much of this descent of Fenton as Hugh from the red Ijne I tooke out of a pettegree sub- 
scribed by Mercury Pattent Blewmantell with these words following subscribed at the bottom Con- 
cordat cum originali genelogia Galfiredi Fenton militis J. P. Blumantle wch 8' G^effirey Fenton's 
pettegree I ooppied by the originali subscribed hj CTlarenoeulx Cooke in which there is no mention 
at all made the above named Huffh. (The line here referred to is in red ink, and is that connect- 
ing Hugh with Baife Fenton his &ther. This part of the pedigree is omitted in HarL 1400.) 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



35 



illu 



S' William Fentoii= 
of Fenton Knt. 
sonn & beire 



^Margerett d. of Moirice 
Fitz Edmond Fitz Gibon 
Fitz Gerald 



A| 



Catberin ux. S' Ricbard Boyle 
Knt. baron of Yogbball vis- 
count Dungarven & Earle of 
Corke in Ireland. 



^anuin^ 



Abm8. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Sable, three eahnone haurierU ardent 2. Ardent, a 
bend azure between a mullet in chief and an annulet in base yules. 8. Argent^ on 
a bend engrailed sable three mullets of the field. 

Cbbst. Out of a coronet gules apeliean's head or, beaked and vulned gules, 

Jobn Samon of tbe towne of Nottingbam a benefaetor= Joane d. of 
to tbe building of St. Maryes Cburcn tbere 



S 



icnard 



Samon 



Jonn 



Samon of Annesle j Woodbouse 



Tbomas Samon of Anesley 'Woodbou8e=Scis8eley d. of Jobn 



in Com. Nottingbam 



Babington of Detbick 



I 



Jane d. of S' Fbillip=Bicbard Samon===Jane d. of Alex- 
Draycott of Penisley 
in Com. Stafford 
Knt. 1 wiffe 



of Analey 
Woodbouse 



ander Mering of 
CoUingbam 2 
wiffe 



I 
2Bobert= 

Samon 



I 




Samon 
of Ans- 
ley 

Wood- 
bouse 
1569 



d. 
of Tho- 
mas 
Entwi- 
sell of 
Stanton 
WyveU 
in Com. 
Lester 



Myliesent 
ux. Ed- 
ward He- 
renden al's 
Arundell 
of London 

fent. 
uried at 
St. Anns 
by Alders- 
gate 
wbere is 
tomb is 



'icb< 



Nicbolas 
Samon 
ob. s. p. 



T 



Jobn Sa- Katberin 
mon Samon 

Issabell v 
d. of . . . 
Dela- 
laund of 
. . . in 
Com. 
Lincon 



f 



d.of 
Bal- 



lard, 



Jobn: 
Samon 



:. . . d. 
of . . . 
Bed- 
mer 



Edward: 
Samon 
Bonn & 
beire 



'Issabell d. 
ofS'W" 
Newman 
Knt. 



I 
Issabell ux. Will" 

Holme of Dun- 

bolme in Com. 

Lane. 



Mary ux. Will" 
Beckwitb of 
Clynt in Com. 
York 



mn 



Jobn Samon 
Wilffryd Samon 
Tbomas Samon 



Elizabetb 



36 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OP NOTTINGHAM. 



A| 



I 
Jobn Samon 



Anne uz. Anthony Gibsonn Groome of the 
Camber to Q. Elizabeth & King James 



Elizabeth ox. 
Oliver 



3Ba&tt« 

Asms. Urmine, on a chief imi two bo&n^ headi or. 

Eichard Baker of Aldesworth in Com. Nottingham 



Jonn 



Baker of Aldesworth==. . . d. of Hyde of Coventry 



icWd 



Eichard Baker of=Bridgett d. of Thomas Fowtrell of 



Aldesworth 



^cnard;== 



West Hallom in Com. Darby 



Bichard;=Margaret d. of 



Baker 

ofAIdes- 

worth 



Huddeston of 
WoUaton in 
Com. Nottingham 



Margerett ux. 
WolThowse of 
Glapwell in 
Com. Derby 



Catherin nx. 
George "Wells 
of . . . in Com. 
York 



Elizabeth nx. John 
Hnssy of Flinton 
(Flintham Harl. 
1400) in Com. 
Nottmgham 



T 



of Aldesworth 



Mary d. of John=Thomas Baker= Anne d. of Thomas Pil- 
E^n of 'Eyton 
in Com. Sallop 
(Nott. Harl. 
1400) 1 wiffe 



kington of Langley 
in Com. Darby 2 
wife 



Anne ox. Erancis 
Gelthorpe of 
Whatton in Com. 
Nottingham 



1 Jeremy Baker Elizabeth Mi 



I 



I 



A sonn 



ary 



Catheryn Jane 



George Baker Anne Baker 



John Baker 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



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THE VISITATION OF THE COTTOTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



Abms. Quarterly : — 1. Quarterly gules and voir a hend or, a ereeeent for difference, 
2. Chequd or and yules, on a chief argent a lion passant sable. 3. Argent, two 
bars engrailed sable. 4. Argent, a chevron between three martlets sable. 5. Cfules, 
an eagle displayed argent and charged on the breast with a crescent, 6. Argent, a 
bend sable, 7 , Oules, a cinquefoil pierced argent S. Oules, a lion rampant voir. 
9. Or, on a cross sable Jive crescents argent. 



S' Marmaduke=. . . d. and sole heire of S' 



Constable Knt. 



Bob. Comberworth of Somerbj 



S' Henery Sutbill of Suthill 
Hall in Com York Knt. 



S' Eobert Con-: 
stable of Flam- 
borough Knt. 



:Anne d. of Phillip 
(Boger) Wentworth 
of (^wshill in com. 
York 



ElizaDeth ox. 
BobertTroyre 
of Suffolk 



Suthill 
Knt. 



I 



. d. of S' 
Oerrard 
Salvyn 
Knt. 



S' Marmaduke=f: Joyce d. of _Humfrey John Suthill of=^. . d. of . 

Constable of - 

Elamborough 



Stafford of Blather- 
wick 



Everingham 2 
Bonn 



Powcher of 
com. Wilts 



1. S'Bo- 
bert Con- 
stable of 
Flambo- 
rough 



I 
S.William 

Constable 

of Holder- 

ness 



4. S' John Con- 
stable of Ky- 
molton in <^m. 
Huntingdon 



2. S' Mar-: 
maduke 
Constable 
of Ever- 
ingham 



^^ 



^Barbara d. 
& heire of 
John Su- 
thill of Ev. 
eringham 



Henery ob s. p. 

Mary ux S' 
John Norman- 
vile Knt. 



I 



S' Bobert Constable=Catherin d. of George Manners Lord 



of Everingham 



BooSy sister of the Earle of Butland 



S'M!arma-= 
duke Con- 
stable of 
Evering- 
ham 



: Jane d. 
ofWm. 
Lord 
Conyers 



Evenldux 
Thomas 
Crathome 
of ... in 
com. York 



I 



S' Bobert Con.= 
stable of Ne- 
wark vppon 
Trent m com. 
Nott 



'Christian d. 
of John Da- 
bridgcourt 
of liongdon 
HaU 



Barbara ux 
William 
Babthorpe of 
Osgarby in 
com. York 



PhiUip Con-: 
stable of 
Everingham 



:Margerett d. 
of S' Bob 
Tirwhitt of 
Ketleby in 
com. Lmcom 



I 



Boger Constable 
(2 son, called Bo- 
bert Harl 1400) 



Catherin ux 
S' Bob. Sta- 
pleton of 
Wighill 
Knt. 



Everild 



Henery 

Con- 

stable 



I 



1 



Marmaduke Constable Barbara 



John =Dorathey 



Con- 
stable 



d. & heire 
of S^ 
Bobert 
Owghtred 
Knight 



Mi^garet Elizabeth ux 
ux.xnomas Edward El- 
Saltmarsh lerker sonn 
of ... in & heire of S' 
Baffe Eller- 



com. 
York 



ker 



Michell= Dorathey 
Con- d. of S' 
stable William 
Hilton, 
Baron 
of Hilton 



Gheorge 
Constable 

Jane ux S' 
Baffe Eller- 
ker Knt. 



T 



Marmaduke^. . . d. of . . 
Constable Houndgate 



I 
Anne 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINOHAlL 



41 



€xtm]^. 



Christopher Cresaj of Eishbrooke (Firbroche Harl. 1400) in Com. York 



Eobert=. . . d. of • . . Will'm Cressy of=Jane d. 

Cressy Qrice of Holme neare Hod- of . . . 

ob. 8. p. Wakefield salke in Com. Han- 

Nottingham died sard 
at BHthe A^ 1555 



Boger==. . . d. of • . • 
Cressj ELarrisson 
called the 
lemed man 



Eobert Cressy 
of Wilford in 
Com. Notting- 
ham 1575 



Hugh: 
Cressy 



:. . . d. of . . . 
Portington of 
... in Com. 
York. 



Nicnolas: 
Cressy 



:Margerett d. & heire 
nx. . . . Hall gent. 
Ysher So scout to Duke 
of Suffolk & had 5 
daughters 



William Cressy 
of Holme 84 yere 
old 1575 

... d. of Thomas 
Hutchinson of 
Owthorpe 



Prancis Cressy 

Margerett ux. 
Bob. (Eoger 
Harl. 1400) Brad- 
shaw 



• • . d. of . . . 
Everingham & 
widdow of . . . 
Wilson 



Era 



rancis Cressy 
Hugh Cressy 
Nicholas Cressy 
Eobert Cressy 
Peter Cressy 



George Cressy of Susan ux. Christopher 

Lincons Inn in London Copley 



I 



Mary ux. Hugh Sogers 
of ... in Com. Lincon. 



Bassett* 

Asms. QuarterUf : — 1. Three piles meeting in hase^ on a eantan argent two hare 
nehuUe eahle. 2. Or, a enief azure. 8. Or, on a fees between four Jleure-de-lie 
gulee, two of the field, 4. Ermine, on a bend gules cotised sable^ three mullets or. 

Cbest. a boar's head. 

Simond Bassett Lord of Sapcotts 

T 



r 



Bauffe Bassett somond to Parliament 49 H. 8. 
T 



J. 



Bobert Bassett S' Bane Bassett=:=Elizabeth d. & heire Lyseux de Fledborough 



54 H. 8 



of Sapcotts 
Ent. 24 £. 1 



of Boger Colevill (Flamborough Harl. 1400) 
21 B. 1 



Simon Ba88ett=Issabell d. of S' Wm.=. . . soror 



of Sapcotts 
lived 20 E. 2 
ob. 2 E. 8 



Wm. Bot- Bassett 
teler Baron Knt. 
of Wem 

B 



Joh*is 
Lyseux 



Johannes Lyseux 
de Fledborough 
1358 88 E. 8 



iizao 



Elizabeth 



42 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



Edmond Baa- 
sett of Sap- 
cotts 6 E. 8 
ob. B, p. 



I 



Sibell d. of=;;=S' Bauffe Bas-^^Allice d. of John 

Dribywiddow 
of S' Bobert 
Toucbett Ent. 



Giles 
Astley 



AUice ux. Bobert 
Moultou 



sett of Sap- 
cotts Ent. 
ob. 2 E. 2 



L 



I 



Bobert William 
Bassett Bassett 
1569 of Fled- 
borougb 



. I 

Eliasabeth ux.- £linor ux. 

Bichard IJord John Fitz-. 

Gray of Codnor "Williams 



^chi 



Bichard Bassett nephew & 
heire to William Bassett 
of Fledborough 



William Bassett of Flamborougb 



Abms, Or^ three pileM meeting in base gules, a eanton vair. 

Thomas Bassett of Fledborongh in=Margerett d. of Wm. 



Com. Nottingham 



Meering 



I 

S^ Bichard: 

Bassett 

Ent. 



:Elizabeth d. 
of John 
Donham 



bh< 



Catherin ux. S' Tho- 
mas Sutton of Ayer- 
ham Ent. 



^illu 



William Bas- 
sett of Musk- 
ham 



. . . ux. Bea- 
mont de 
Cold Orton 



I 



John Bas-= Agnes d. of 
sett of ~' 



Anne ux. 



I 



Fled, 
borough 



. ux. George 
Thomas Lord George Basford Bassett 
Borough of Wastnes of 
Gtiinsborough Haddon 



Dorathey 
ux. Tho- 
mas Fow- 
trell 



Catherin 
ux. Guy 
Fairffax 



I 



Edward Bassett of Fled-: 
borough 1569 



^Elizabeth d. of George Lasscells of Sturton 
and Gaytfford in Com. Nottingham 



John Bassett of 
Fledborough 



Henery Bassett 
ob. s. p. 



Anne d. of Francis Clinton Bas- 

Bhodes of Bal- sett ob. s. p. 
brough in Com. — 

Darby Edward ob. s. p. 

I 



Anne ux. Bo- 
bert Tirwhitt 
of Cambring. 
ham in Com. 
Lincon. 



I. 

Catherin ux. 
John Dray- 
cott of 
Painesley in 



Margerett 
ux. Edward 
Turner of 
Skegh in 



Com. Stafford Com. Not- 
tingham 



Edward Bassett=Elizabeth d. of 



of Fledborough 
1632 



George Pigott 
of Aston in 
Com. Oxon 



I 

Anne ux. Anthony 
Santon of Santon 
in Com. Lincon. 



.1 

Elizabeth ux. Nicholas 
Sympson of the lie of 
Shepey in Com. Eent 



Bicnard Bassett 16 
yere old 1632 



Alexander Bassett 
7 yere old 1682 



I I 
Catherin 

Anne 



Mary 



Elizabeth 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



43 



Abmb. Quarterly : — X ond 4. Argent^ an afe9% gulet between two eotises wavy sable ^ 
three crescents or. 2. Per pale gules and sable an eaale displayed argent. 8. 
Or^ a cross patiefitchde sable. {Over all a crescent fir difference in Harl. 1400.) 

CsEST. A garb or, environed with a snake proper. 

Bandall Dod of Crombwell m=Aime da. to John Sturdivant of 



com. Nottdngham 



Carlton in com. Nottingham 



1 



Bichard Dod= Janne da. to John 
of Crombwell Legattof Bamp- 

ken in Com. 

Nottingham 



Suzanna uxor 
Jeromey Ghrey 
ofMuskhamin 
Com, Nott. 



illiam Dod=Anne da. 
of Tower to Thomas 

hill London Kynaston 

of London 
poultrer 



George 
Dod 



Bandall 
Dod 



Thomas Dod borne 
inAnol609 



I. 
AUice 

Dod 



€^xt. 



Arms. Argent^ on a chevron sable three quatrefoils or, an annulet for difference 
gules, 

Nicholas Ejrre of Normanton yppon Sore in Com. Nottingham 



Anne d. of Bobert NeYell=G^rge Ejre of= Anne d. of John Leigh of 
of Bagnell Normanton | Kegworth 



Bridgett nx. Tho- 
mas Bawme of 
8kime in Com. 
York 



Joane d. of Bob.: 
Edmondsonn 
of Hatheris 
1 wiffe 



=Biciiard Evre=. . . d. of . . . 



of Norman- 
ton 



George Eyre of=Margerett d. of Thomas 
Normanton Belgraue of Belgraue 

in Com. Lester 



John 



Harwood of 
Norfolk 2 
wiffe 



Eyre 
Ellinor 



Anne uz. Thomas Famham 
of Querenden in Com. 
Lester 



I 



Margerett d. & sole heire 



^trpDtnt 



Ex Chartis Hen. Perpointe MiKtis. 

Notum sit omnibus tarn futuris quam p'ntibus qnod ego Lionius de Malnocr 
consilio nxoris meae et ceterorum amicorum n'rorum dedi et p*nti charta mea 
confirmavi m" "Will'mo de Duhigtone et haBred' suis ad tenend* de me et hered' 
oneis in feudo et hsereditate in maiori Anastan 4 bouatas t*ne cum o'bus perti- 



46 THE VISITATION OF THE COXINTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 

Sciant p'ntea et futuri quod hob Bob'his de Baaen et Annont uxor mea dedimus 
Bob'to .filio Uenrici de Perepont militia et h»redibuB buib tnaneriu' n'mm de 
Snthanaton. TaBtibua Jobanne de Dinieton, Thoma Cailj, Hugoue de Serceby de 
Herthull, Joh'e Bernard de eadem, Joh'e de Aldbam dewodaetes, Bogero de 
Watton. Dat' apud woodbouae iuxta Welbecb die Jouis prox' ante festu' S'ci 
AmbroBij Bpi' A^ 32 E. 1. 




Hbc Lidentura teatatar q'd ^o Bob'tua de Perepont milea dimiai Joh'i 
Torkerd vna' placeam t'tta prout iacet in Newarke reddendo inde annnatim mibi 
et hffiredib' meis octodecim denar' ai^nti' &c. Hijs testibua Job'e Neifer, Hen- 
rico Mona, Jobanne de Beckingham, Job'e Tbombegbe, Joh'e Campion et alijs. 
Dat' apad Newark S febniarij A« 2 E. S. 




Sciant p'ntea et futnri quod ego EdmtinduB Perpont milea ded! Ada de Babing- 
ton necnon Job'e de Tumhill Capellono beerebua et aBBignat' buIs omnia ten'ta 
mea t'raa et prata redditua et seruicia que et quas babeo rel ali^uo modo habere 

S Otero infra ciuitatem Lincohie BeBbam et FiBkerton &c. Hija teBtibue Job'e 
e Sutton de Lincobi, Will'o de Sutton de eadem, Bic'o de Oaineeburgb de eadem, 
Will'o Hanney de eadem, Job'e Friuile de eadem, Job'e Band de eadem. Dat' 
apud Lincobi louia in feato S'cae Margaretea Virginia a" 9 B. 2. 




THE VISITATION OF'THE COUNTY OF NOTTINQHAM. 47 

Nouerint vniu'd per p'ntee me Henr. Perepont militem recepisBe de Badulpho 
D'no Cromwell eentu* marcaa aterlingoru' in pncBoluconem certte Bumm» pecunis 
predict' Domin' mihi debit super diuereis conueocionibuB. D&t' A" 19 H. 6. 




Sciant p'otea et futuri quod ego Bob'tus de Perepont miles dedi Bic'o filio 
Joh'is de Kimsale omnes terraa &c. quas babul in Nortbanston. Hiis teetibus 
D'no Nicho' de Worteley, "WiU'c de Clarell, militibus, Hugono de Serelby, Thoma 
Cailij, Stepbano Deiuile et alijs. Dat' apud Nortbanaton a° 11 E. 2. 




Ex registro euidentiaru' Henrici Perpont Militis. 
Memorandum quod G^orgius Mowbegere innior deeponBauit Margareta' fiUam 
Tbomie Cbaucer et hceredem Thomie Matiraey et babuit filium no'ie Bertramum 
Mowbegere et trea filias, Tidzt Joonnam, Margareta', et Isabellam, qute quidem 
Isabella desponsata Joh'i Clifton militi, et obiit aine exitu, et pred'c'us Bertramus 
babuit ezitu Xicolau' Mowbegere militem qui quidem Nicholaus babuit tres filios 
vizt. Gkorgiu', Sadu'm, et Bertramum qui obierunt sine eiitu, et duas filias viz. 
laabellam que nuptafuit Joh'i Burogh, et Matildam qute uuptafuit Joh'i Kirmoud 
adhuc aup'stes et in magna ntate et aine eiitu, et memorandu' quod Johanna soror 
prsfati Bertrami filite primogenitse 6eorgii Mowbeger desponsata fuit Edmundo 
Perpont Militi et habuit ezitum per se viz. Edmundu' Perepont militem filiu' suu', 

Jui quidem habuit ezitum viz. Uenricuin Perepont militem filium auum qui qui- 
em Henricue habuit exitu' Heuriuu' nunc sup'atitem et alteram filiam nomine 
Hargaretam qute desponsata fuit Ankero Freacheuile et habuit exitu' per se viz. 
Badulpbum Freacheuile militem filiu' suum et Isabelltim filiam suam qui quidem 
Uadua obijt sine ezitu infra sponsalio et pned'c'a Isabella &c. 

Note that tbe father of this 3' Qeorge Monhocher woa S' Bartram Monbocher 
vbo maried Joaae da. and sole beire to the yonger S' Q-uicbard de Charrona whose 
father (eiuadem nominia) maried Margarett daughter & cobeire to 8' Bicbard Sut- 
ton Vppon Trent in the count; of Nottingham. 

Bartram Monbocher=Margerett d. & 
Argent tkrte cupt gultM, I aole beire of S' 
a hordmrt tahU umie tf Eichard Sutton 
6«<Mfa ypon Trent 



S' Bartram MoD-=Joane d. & eole beire of S' 
bocber Knt. I Bicbard Charrone Est. 



48 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



A| 



S' George Mon-- 
bocher £nt. 



'Margerett d. of Thomas Chaucer 
by the heire of Thomas Matirsey 



Edmoiid= 
Perepoynt 



: Joane d. of S' 
George Mon- 
bocher 



Bartram 

Monbo- 

cher 



Isabella nupta 
Joh*i8 Clifton 
militis ob. s. p. 



Margeretta nupta 
Ankero Fresche- 
vile 



r 



Edmundus Perepoynt 
miles 



Nicholas Monbocher 
miles 



Ead'us Eresche- Issabella 
ville miles ob. s. p. 



Henery Fere- Georgius 
poynt miles — 

Sad'us 



Issabella nupta Joh*es Matilda nupta Johes 
Burogh ob. s. p. Kermond ob. s. p. 



Bertramus ob. s.p. 



I 



Henery Perepoynt nunc sup'stes 



I 

Walter de Hulme 



Michell brother to Walter and heire to James his nephew 
Argent 6 annulets, 2, 2, and 2 eahU, 



. . . de Hulme 



Leonius 



I 



I 

James ob. s. p. 



Mi 



ichaell 



Ui- 



Michaell 



I 



eonius 



I 



1 vxor==Michellus Mannotirs=2 vxor 
miles Ano. 89 H. 3 



Leonius 



Jonanna 



Johannes 



Henricus Perpoynt miles 
Argent a lion rampant sable within 
an arte qfcinqurfeils gules 



Annora soror John Mannours=Henncus Per- 



tandem h»res ob. I814i 



poynt miles 



I 



Eobertus Perpoynt milei 
ob 6 martii 1888 



Sara filia et hseres 
Johan' Heriz miles 



Placita coram Eege A®. 18 E. 1 Bot. 48 do proue all these descents from Mi- 
chell the brother of Walter de Hulme to Annora the wife to S' Henry Perpont 
Knight wherein Eichard Barry doth impleade the sayd S* Henry and Annora for 
that they distreyned his Cattetl for x^ rent in Bazingfeild. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 49 

Abhs.* Quarterly : — 1. Ardent, semee of einquefoiU gules a lion rampant sable, 2. 
Azure, a chief ehequS or and gules, 3. Barry oj eight argent and gules, a lion 
rampant sable, over all a bendlet or, 4. Argent, six annulets S, 2, and 1 sable, 
5. Azure, three hedgehogs or, 6. Argent, an escutcheon sable within an orle of 
einquefoils gules, y. Argent, on a bend between six cross crosslets gules three 
bezants, 8. Argent, three Jleshpots (sic) gules, a bordure of the last bezant^, 
9. Chiles, a chevron between three escallops argent. 10. Per pale argent and gules, 
a bend, counterchanged. 11. Argent, on a chief azure two fleurs-de-lis or, 12. Or, 
a lion rampant vert, 13. Azure, a cross patonee argent, 14. Sable, three 
saltires etigrailed argent, 15. Vert, a saltire engrailed or, 16. Sable, a pale 
engrailed between six cross crosslets or, 17. Argent, a cross sable fretty or, 18. 
Sable, a lion rampant argent crowned or. 

Crest. A lion rampant sable between two wings argent, 

SuPPORTEBS. (only one drawn in the trick) A lion rampant sable, langued and dented 
gules. 

Motto. — " Pib bepokte te." 

Abms.. Quarterly: — 1 and 8. Argent, semie of einquefoils gules, a lion rampant sable, 
Pebpohtt. 2. Argent, six annulets, two, two, and two, sable, Makkottbs 
LowDHAM. 3. Azure, three hedgehogs or, Hebbiz. 4. Argent, three cups 
gules, a bordure, sable, bezantd, Mokbocheb. 5. Oules, a chevron between 
three water bougets or, Empsok. 6. Argent, three bendlets engrailed sable. 
Elf PSON. 7. Argent, on afess sable between three fleurs-de-lis gules as many 
bezants. Thwaites. 

There is another trick of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd quarterings with this note, ** thus 
quartered in the vissitation made in 1614, by S* George Norroy," and another, 1, 
2, and 3 as before. 4. On a chief two fleurs-de-lis, 5. A lion rampant within a bor- 
dure engrailed, a crescent for a difference, 6. A lion rampant within a bordure, 
7. Bendy of ten, 8. Oules, on a saltire argent a martlet (?) sable, 
C&ESTS. 1. A lion^sjamb erased sable, holding a einquefoil gulesi and charged with 
three bezants in pale. 2. A fox passant gules. 3. A hedgehog or, 

» Baffe Perpoint Ent. 

r S' Morris Herris Znt. Cham- Henery Lowdham 

berlin to Bic. King of the of Lowdham 



S' Baffe Perpoint Elnt. Bomans & Erie of Cornwall 



I 



S' Henery S' Bichard Herris Knt. slayne S' Thomas =:Catherin d. & Coheire 



Perpoint at the Battell of Evesham Lowdham 

Knt. =7= Knt. 



I 



of John Darcye of 
Com. Lincon 



^1 ^ • II 

Henery Per- S' Morris Herris— Joane d. & coheire Elizabeth ux. S' Bob. 

point Esq' Knt. 



h 



Powtrell Knt. 



I 
S* Bobert Per-=Elizabeth d. of Erie S^ Bichard Herris=Margerett d. of S' 



poynt £jit. 



of Warwick Knt. 



Jordan Bussy Knt. 



! ._ . 1:1 



S' Bobert Per-==Maud d. of Henery Herris=Anne d. & heire of 



point Knt. 

A 



Thomas Mallett 



B 



John Semnermarsh (P) 



* Th» qnarterad Ooates, Crest, and Supporters as they were sett ont by S" William Segar, Garter 
for the £arle of Kingston. 

n 



60 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINQHAM. 



a| 



Bj 



L 



S* Bobert Perpoint 
Elnt. Edmond ob. 
without issue male 



Edmoiid==. . . d. of S' 
Perpoint Walter 

Hackett Knt. 



Henery= 

Herris 

Esq. 



I 



I I 



S' Henerj & Bobert= Jane d. & Henery s. p. William Bartram=Margerett 



Perpojnt 
Knt. 



Perpoint 
Knt. 



Willi 



Mapgerett d. of S* 
John Novell of 
Thornton Brigg 



heire of 
Henery 
Herris 



— 8. p. 
Bichard s. p. — 

— Bobert 
Thomas s. p. s. p. 



Mon- 
bocher 



d. A coheirs 
S^ Bichard 
Sutton up- 
on Trent 



Elizabeth ux. 
S' Bobert 
Fedwarden 



( 



I 



Edmond=:Margerett sister S' Bertram Mon-= Joane d. & sole 



Perpoint 
Esq' 



of S' John Lang- 
ford Knt. 
Quarterljf: — Ar, and gules. 



bocher Knt. 



S' Edmonds 

Perpojnt 

Knt. 



iThomasin d. of & 
John Melton Knt. 
Quiet, a eroee p<Ut4e 
argent. 



S' Gheorge Mon-- 
bocher Knt. 



heire of S' 
Bichard Char- 
rons Knt. 



sMargerett d. of Thomas 
Chancer by the heire of 
Thomas Matersey 



,i 



r 



Bobert Per-= Joane d. & heire 



point Esq' 



of S' George 

Mount-Bocher 
Knt. 



Bartram Issabell ux. S' Margerett ux. 

Monbocher John Clifton Ankero 

Knt. & ob. s. p. Fretchyile 



( 



I 



S* Edmond Per-scMar^erett d. of S* 



oint of Holme 
erpoint Knt. 



William OP S' 
John Eitzwilliams 



I 



1 



S' Nicholas 
Monbocher 
Knt. 

T 



9 Baffe Fretch- Issabell 
vile Knt. 
ob. s. p. 



I I 



T 



I 



I 



Henery Pep-=. . . d. of Anne ux. S* Qeopge Beptpam Issabell ux. Maud ux. 



i. 



int of 
olme Esq' 



S' 



Hen. 



point Knt. 
ob. 8. p. 



Bichapd Nicholas 
Mongo- Stirley Knt. 
mepy of 
Darbyshipe 

Pep-=». . . d. of . • • Fpancis Pep-=Mapgepett d. of E 



ob. 8. p. 8. p. 
Baffe 8. p. 



John Bo- 
pough & 
ob. 8. p. 



John 
Kepmond 
& ob. s. p. 



Boos of Ig- 
manthoppe 



If 



oint of 
olme 



idmond=. . . d. of 



John Bupden of Feppoint . . . 
Com. Netting- Ansley 

ham 



Feppoint 
ob. 8. p. 



.1 T 

S' Nicholas Peppoint= Joane d. of S' Bichapd 



of Holme Feppoint 



Empson Knt. Chancellop 
of tne Duchy of Lane. 



„ I 

Henery 
Peppoint 



S' George Peppoint=Winiffpid_d. & heipe of S'=S' Gepyase Clifton of 

Clifton Knt. 2 hue- 
band 1569 



of Holme Feppoint 
An«I558 



William Thwaytes of 
Malowtpee in Com. Essex 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



51 



A| 



S' Henery Perpoint of Holme: 
Perpoint 1614i 



^Francis d. of S' Wm. Cavendish 
of Hardwike 



I 

Robert Perpoint Earle of=Gertrude d. & coheire 
Kingston vppon Hull of Hen. Talbott bro- 

Viscount Newark & ther of Gilbert Erie of 

baron of Homes Perpoint Shrewsbery. 



Grace= Georg^^annors 
of Haddon in 
Com. Darby 



Henery 
Perpoint 
7 yere 
old 1614i 



I 



William ==Elizabetli d. of S' Thomas 
Harris of Tong in Com. 
Sallop Ent. & Baronett 
this yere 1686 



Perpoint 
6 yere 
old 



fiobert 



I 

Frances 



Margerett 



.1 I 

Francis Perpoint 
Frances a dau. 



I 

Grace 



Ex Chartis et aliis Becordis in Custodia Georgii Lascells de Eileston in 

Com' Nottingham 1624. 

B. de Molbray omnibus audientibus yidentibus legentibus hanc cartulam 
Gallis Anglis o'ibus hominibus suis amicis Gallis et Anglis salutem Sciatis me 
dedisse, A uxori mea filia Walteri de Gtiunt et nept» Alani comitis centu* 
librat' t'ra in dote et decem militis feufatos scilicet Castellu' de Malefiurt cum 
saca pro xx libris et caua cum soca pro 50 libris Neuibalda xxx libris. 
Hijs testibus Alano Comite, Will*o de Merlan, Sampsone cFico Eic'do Burdett, 
Bertramo Haghett, Waltero de FlamenuiUa, Rualdo Constabulario de Bichmont, 
Conono Archidiacono, Bad'o filio Bibaldi Escolando, Boberto Camerario, Hugone 
filio Gemegan, Alano Pincema, Pigoto de Lascellis, Acaria Alano Delamara, 
Bob'to filio Copsi, Hugone Camen et cum disparem eam dedi ei et concessi rogatu 
BertflB ComitisssB et accreui in dote duas milites feufatas et decem libratas terrsB 
in popligtona. Teste Andrea presbitera qui desponsauit eam et Berta Comitissa, 
et Isac p*8bitero, Conano Archidiacono, Tetbaldo Capellano comit' Badulpho filio 
Bibaldi Escolando, Alano pincema, Picot de Lascellas, Bic'o Burdett, Hugone filio 
Gemegan, Bogero de Cundeo, Yalete. 

Sara de Lucy petit versus Matilda' de Lucy medietatem manerij de Angle (in 
Com' Essex) et Estanford vnde Bic'us de Lucy fuit seisitus t*pe Begis Henrid 
aui de Bicardo descendit Gtilfrido filio et hseredi et de Galfredo Bicarao filio et 
hsDredi qui obijt sine hsBrede descendit Herberto vt fratri et hseredi et de eo 
Matildffi filisB et hferedi istius SarsB et MatildsB et filiarum et hseredu' de vno 

Satre et vna matre D*nus Bicardus Bex maritauit prsed'cas Matildam et Saram 
uobus fratribus Gtdfrido de Lascelles et Will'mo de Lascelles qui tenuerunt eas 
t'ras tarn in Anglia quam in Normannia et postea Bex Joh'es perdidit Ducatu' 
NormannisB, GtJfridus et Matildis venerunt m Angliam et Will'us et Sara per- 
manebant in Normannia et teuuerunt te'ras ibidem et ordinatur per consiliu' Kg 
quod nullus de patria Begis Francise debet respondere in Anglia. 



Paschffi Fines aP 31 E. 1 Ebor'. 

Johannes de Lascelles filius et hseris Will'mi de Lascelles de Otringham 
defuncti qui tenuit die quo obijt de Bege in capite vt de honore Albamarle in 
lloldernes viz. Otringham, Frockingham, Kingston et Seton xij carucatas terras 
dat* Begis pro releuio suo de t*ra pred'ca vt de quart' parte feod*. 



52 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 

Will'uB Lascelles de Otringham defunctos 31 Ed. 1 
j" 



Joh*e8 Lascelles filius et lueres a^' 81 E. I 

Cononanus Archid' omnibus hominibos Com. & omnibus suis Francis et Angli- 
cis salutem me dedisse et concessisse Bad*o de Hoilanda Esteuening et omnia ilia 
qu8B pertinent Esteuening in Hojlanda in feodo et bsreditate ita bene et libera- 
liter et honorifice sicut Barones cum melius teneant. Teste Bogero de Lacella, 
Oalfrido Trihanton, Bogero Tesard, Henrico Clerico, Onte Bussella^ & Hugone 
filio sue, Atsur Algar, /Dioma filio Griketell. 

Gilbertus de Aleby & Nigellus filius eius o'ibus yidentibus I'ras has salutem 
Scitote quod ego Gilbertus et hsBredes mei concessimus Thomie fratri meo et hsre- 
dibus suis i carucatam & dimidiam in Sixstanby liberam et quietam ex omnibus 
consueud' cum omnibus p*tinentijs suis in pratis et t'ris et in aquis et in pascuis 
et toftis et in villa et extra yillam scilicet faci^nd' forms' seruicium ex htec pred'ca 
carucata A dimidia auantu* pertinet ad sex carucatas et dimid' de feodo militis 
pro hoc concessione aedit mini Thomas frater mens Palfridam ferrant et filio meo 
gladium suum. Teste Galfrido de Fort, et Gtdfirido filio eius, Gtiufrido de Insula, 
et Wiirmo de Perir, Gtiufrido de Alebj, et Bapieo fratre eius, et Nigello filio eius, 
et Bob*to de Bouill, et Hugone fratre eius, Kicardo filio Hugoms de Scaldeford, et 
Achardo fratre eius, Bodberto de Arrabj, et Bogero fratre eius, Henrico de Moli- 
tum, et Waltero de Mealtum. 

This Deede being in the custody of the sayd George Lascells Esq' 
who being descended of the coheires of Bellers who was seized of Sex- 
stanby and Bellers being a brother of Mowbray and this Nigellus de 
Aleby being also a brother of Mowbray and Thomas brother of Nigellus 
Tnto whom this Sixstanby being graunted doth concurre to proue Bellers 
and a Mowbray and Nigell to be brother and the bearing the lion ram- 
pant white. 

Ex antiqua pergamena in custodia G^rgii Lascells Ar. A® 
1614. 

Memorandum de o'ibus seinoru' D'ni Jacobi Bellers a conquestu usqu' in 
diem confectionis istius soedule D*ni Hamondi Bellers fr'is D*ni Mowbray D'ni 
Sampsonis Bellers D'ni Bad'i Bellers et Emms uxoris eius qu» fuit filia D ni 
Walteri Foluile Will* mi Bellers et Mabiliae uxoris eius filiae Domini Bob'ti 
Aungeruile Hamundi Bellers et Mabiliae filis D'ni Maunsell Domini Bad'i Bellers 
et Sibills uxoris eius filise Joh'is de Perers et Joh'es de Perers p'dict' sponsauit 
Cedliam de Quenesburgh et Will'm Bellers de Kirkby qui fuit frater Hamundi 
Bellers Ar. Bad'i Bellers et Agatfas filie D'ni Bic'i de Bingham Jacobi de Bellers 
et Margarets uxoris eius filis Nicholai Bemake et EUene uxoris eius (fum fuit 
soror D'ni Philippi de Lymbury Johannes Bellers et Elizabeths uxoris eius fills 
Antonij Howby Joh'es Bellers. 

In an Inquisition taken at Melton in com. Leicester A* 16 E. 4 after the death 
of John Bellers are found his hdres generaU. 

Fladta a« 20 R 1 rot 129 Ebor\ 

Margeria qus fuit uxor Henrici de Midleton optulit se quarto die Tersus 
Edmundu' filium Boberti de Lascells et alios quare ipsi bona et catalla ipsius 
MargeriiD ri et armis apud Berthelby inoenta asportauerunt ad graue dampnum 
ipsius Margeris. 

Bobertus de Lascelles 

j~ 

Edmundua de Lascelles A« 20 B. 1 



THE VISITATION OF THE CODMTT OF NOITINGHAM. 



53 



Notnm sit omnibue t»m p'ntibaB quam futuria qnod ego Gnufridua de Lascells 
dedi et concesai et htec mea charta confirmaui eccrbe S'c» Mariie de Qisob' 
t'mn illam quam Herbertus de Eboraco tenuit de patre meo et postea de me &c 
Eiia testibui Bodberto de Baiug, Bodberto Bosse de Thorpe, Beginaldo de Tbua- 
Btall, Will'mo filio Warner &c. et alijs. Sana dat'. 




BadnlpbuB de Lascolla miles dedit Waltero de Lascells filio sno decern libras 
annui redoitus ereunt de o'ibus t'ris et teu'tis qun vel qtua babuit ex dono et concea- 
aione Lucin 1e Conatable in villa et territorio de Escxick aibi et beredibua de cor- 
pore euo I'itime procreatis. Hija teatibus Will'mo de BUerton Bectore eccl'ifB de 
Sacnck, Joh'e de Newton, Henrico Bawnea, Joh'ea de Selb; at ^js. Dat' apad 
Eacrick die Jouia proz' post festu' S'ca Lucee Evangelisua Anno fi'ni 13^ A* 

From this Walter ia descended the famOy of Lascells of EHeston in 
Com. Nottingh' a" I6U. 
Hiec Indentura testatur qnod Bad'us filius Bogeri de Lascells militis ad 
finiuua dimisit Waltero de Lascella avunculo suo totu' manerium de Ellerton in 
Com' Ebor'. Dat' apud Ellerton A" 2 E. 2. 

Se^I. a round seal, on a shield three ehmlett. 

Badulphus de Hading et Duncanus de lascelleB et Chnstiana uxor eius dant 
20" et 4 marcas pro habenda terra quam Waltenis de Windesore tenuit die quo 
obijt in capite. 

Claua ftO 44 H. S pro t'ra Bfidulphus de Lemingtoo 

in Gamesby et Olasamby 



ChriatiaQa uior 
Tho. de Lascells 



Euauzor 
Bobti Auenell 



De term° Hillary A" 5 E. 4 North'ton. 
Johannes Boilers A2* per Simonem Burton atturaatu' suu' petit versus Oerardu' 
Foabrok 6 mess' 6 Tii|;at' t'ne et 8 mercat' reddit' cum p'tiuen' in Cranford qua 
Joh'es filina Hueonia ae Beroak nuper de Drayton dedit Anktiro filio Walt' nlii 
Oilberti de Howhy et hteredibus de colore eiusdem Anketine exeuntibus et quod 
post mortem p'dci Anketini et Alicira filite et heredis pnefati Anketini et Antonij 
filii et bnredis pr»d'iffi Alicia et Elizabeths filim et hraredis eiusde' Antonij prs< 
&to Johi' Bellers filio et bteredi pnefata Elizabethte deaceudere debent performam 
donationis prsdict' et vnde dicit quod p'd'cua Joh'es filius Hugonia de Bemak 
dedit ten'ta p'd'ca &c. prsfato Anketino et hnredibue de corpore prte&ti Anke- 
tini exeuntibua in forma p'd'ca virtute cuius doni idem Anketmus tuit seisitus in 
f ria illis Ac. in dn'co suo rt de feodo &c. t'pe pads t'pe D'ni nuper regis Anglite 
tertij poet conquestum progenitoris D'ni S'g nimc capiendo inde explecia' ad 
valentuuu et de ipso Anketino desceudit ius per formam &c. cuidam Alicin rt 



54 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 

filiffi et hffiredi et de p*d*ca Alicia descendit eius cuidam Antonio vt filio et hseredi 
et de ipso Antonio descendit eius cuidam Elizabeths vt filisB et haeredi et de ipsa 
Elizabetha descendit ius per formam doni Johannis Bellers qui nunc petit vt nlio 
et hffiredi etc. prsedictus tfoh'es Bellers recuperat seisinam versus p'd'cum Gerardu' 
Fosbrok. 

Partitis t'rarum et t^n'torum nuper Job'is Bellers Armigeri. 

Pars MarinsB Grene. 

Manneria de Kettleby et Stamesbj prseter certas t'ras et ten'ta 

in Sistonb J assignata parti Jasparis Euskin xxxiij^ 

Pars Johannis Yilliers. 

Maneriu' de Howby Sewelby Betharby et Oleby xxxij^ ix* iv* 

Parua Dalby ex manerio xxvj* viij** "1 

Burton S'ci Lazari vij* ix^ j xxxiij* v^ ixxiij^ iij* ix* 

na libra peperis et xvj pulli 

Pars Jasparis Buskin. 

Maneriu' de Sutton Sheinton Becleston Aston Flam vile et Burton xij^ 

Holt lvj«viijd) 

Drayton xxv* ij^ > iiij^ ii* x* 

Blaston x** ) 

Melton vij^ xvj" iiij**) 

Meltbome ^^y* f ^^y' ^^ 
Somerby et Parua Dalby ) 

Siftonby de Joh'e Mesure xliiij* 

Item de Joh'e Dalby xxx' 

Item de Bic'o Webster xxxiiij" 

Item de Joh'e Bichard vij" 

Summ' huius partis xixiiif vij« 



Particuli subscripti assignati pro Cantaria perpetra 

Joh'is BeUers Armigeri 






Mansio capitalis in Howby ^ 

Turlington xlviij* 

Magna Dalby miij' 

Bradley vi" viij^ 

Bringhurst xyj*^ 



103* viij^ et mansio 



IX" XUIJ* llj* 



Annuitates concesssB per Johannem Bellers Ar. 

Personis subscriptis pro t*mino vitsB. 

Bartholomew Villiers iiij^ 

Thoms Tomson xxvj" viij^ 

Boberto Clay xiij« iiij** 

Isabella Milliner xx' 

Margareta Bellers moniali liij* 4^ 

Memorandum it is agreed that the Anuitie granted to Bartholmew Yilliers and 
others aforesayd shalbe equallv borne at the costs of all the parties that is to wit 
of each of them the third part auring the tyme that they be graunted. 

Item it is i^reed that during the life of Katherine Digby late the wife of John 
Bellers Esq' John Villiers shall pay yearly to Dame Marine G-reene in recompence 
for Kettleby & Sistonby viij^ xij« ix^ to be made sure thereof. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



55 



Item Jasper Boskin sliall in likewise pay to the same Dame Marine in like 
recompence jearely to the sayd Dame Marme during the life of the sajd Digbj 
xivj* yiij** and the sayd Jasper other xxvj" vij**. 

Item it is agreed that in as goodly hast as can be thought by the aduice of good 
substantiall the states of the land according to the partitions be ingrossed togeather 
with the state that shalbe made to the sayd Katherine Digby &c, that is to say to 
each of the part to them assigned in taile & fault of issue the remainder to be 
either of the copartners of the Moietie of the same entayle. 

Sciant p'tes futuri quod ego Bad.*us Beler miles D'nus de Kettleby dedi con- 
cessi et hac p*nti carta mea confirmaui Hugoni Beler filio meo vnam selionem in 
campo de Sezstanby viz. apud le longspellowes &c, Testibus magistro Hamone 
Beler, Will*mo de Sixstanby, Johanne M^bill et alijs. 

Sans date. 

Seal. Upon a round seal, on a shield a lion rampant. 

S' Hen. Perpoint Knt, 2 wiffe==Michell Mannors=l wiffe 
J 



S' Hen. Per-=Annora sister of John=Bobert Bason 



point Knt. 



I 



mn 



n 



Manners and after 
heire 



2 husband 82 
E. 1 



John Man- Leonis 
nors — 

Johanna 



S' Bob. Perpoint of Holme==Sara d. & heire of S' John Heriz 



S* Hen. Per.= 
point Knt. 



:Margerett d. of S' William 
Pitzwilliams 



Margerett ux. S' G-eruas 
Clilton Knt. 



S' Edmond Per-= Joane d. & heire 



point Knt 9 
B. 2 



of S' Qeorge 
Monbocher 



S' William Franck=d.& heireofS' 
of Grimsby Knt Marmaduke 

Tunstall 



J 



S' Hen. Perpoint Knt. 19 H. 6==Ellen d. of S' Nicholas Langfford Knt. 



Thomazin d. of=Hen. Perpoint=. . . d. of Bichard Anne ux. 8' 

S' John Mel- Esq' Moungomery of Nicholas 

ton Knt. Darbyshire Strelley Knt. 

This is the top of the descent of Perpoint as it sett out in the vissitation in the 
office made lGl4. 

The following pedigree is from Harl* 1400. 

S* Henrey Perpoint Knight Uxor 2==Michell Mannoiire8==nxor 1 



8* Henrey Per-=pAnnora aster to John=Bobt. de Bason John Man* 



I 



I 



poyntK^ 



Mannours and da. to 2 husband 82 
Miohell at length B. 1 

hisbeira 



Leoniui Johanne 



nors 



S' Boberi Perpoynt Knight of Halme==Sam da. k heire to S' John Heris K* 



56 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



A| 



S' Henrey Perpojnt=Margarett da. to 8' Wil 
Knight liam ffitzwilliams 



I 
Mai^erett wiffe to S' 
JerraiB Clifton K* 



S' Edmound Perpoynte^ Joanne da. k beire to S' Sir WiU'm Franke=d. & h. to S' Marma- 



Knight 9 B. 2 



Geoi^e Monboucher K} of Grimesbj E* 



r 



duke Tunstall K} 



S' Edmound Per-: 
poynte Knigbl 



I 

:£nraunce8 da. to S' William 
ffiranke Knight 



1 



d. & oobeire ux. S' 
Thomas Bramston K' 



I 



8' Henrey Perpoynte Knight 19 H.- 6==Ellen d*. to S' Nicholas langford E* 



I I 

d. to Richard Mont-^Henry Peipoynte^Thomasine da. to 8' John Anne wiff to S' Kicbo- 



gomry of Darbishire Esq' 



Mellon Knight 



las Sterley K* 



S' Henrey Perpoynt fiVancis Per-=Margarett da. to John Bur- Edmond Per-=da. to Auns- 



Knigbl obiit s. p'le. poynte 
1468 



don of Nottingham 



poynt ob. s. lows 
p'le. 



I 



^illi; 



ffiranoes ob. S' William Perpoynt=Joanne da. to S' Rich Empson K' 



s. p'le. 



K^ bannerett 



Cbaocelor of Duchy of Lane. 



Henrey Perpoynt 
8 Sonne 



I 



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S' Graorge Perpoynte Knight==Winifrede da. k heire to S' William Thwaytes in Com. Norflf. 



S' W" croft of ye 

Reyner 2 Tale Royall 
wiffe K' 



8* Henrey Perpoynt=r:ffraunoe8 da. to Henry Talbott=Eliz. da. o^S' Tho. Hol-=£lizabeth da. to 

S' Edward 
Filton of GkM« 
wortb K* 1 
wiffis 



of Holme Perpoynte 
in Com. Nott. 
Knight UTing 1614 



Grace nz. 8* 
George Man* 
nors of 
Haddon 



8' W* Cauen- 4 sonne of 
dishe of Hard- Geo. Earle of 
wicke K' Salop 



Robert Perpoynt son & heire=Gertiiid da. & heire to 



Earl of Kingston upon Hull 
Yiscount Newarke upon 
Trent & Barron of Homes- 
peirpoint 



Henrey Talbott yong' 
brother to Gilbert 
Earle of Shrewes- 
bury 



Mary da. &=:Thomas 



coheire of 

Henry 

Talbott 



Holcroft 
son & heir 



Henrey Perpoynte 
»tis 7 ann. 1614 



WUliam2 
sonn e. 6 



£fVancis 
8 Sonne 



£fVanoee 
ada. 



THE VISITATION OF THE OOUNTT OF NOTTINGHAM. 



57 




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THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



67 



Sir William Gastneys Knt. 



t Edmond Gastneid purchased the mannor of 
Totwick in Com. York of S' John Horbury Bint. 



IssabelL 
d. of • . . 
Lex- 
borne 2 
wiffe 



=S 

HE. 8 



I 



Hardolphe J=Sibbell S' Edmond 
Wastneys Knt. 1 wiffe Gtwtneys 

Knt. 



WilHi 



Thomas ob. 
within age 



Joane 



llliam 

Eobert=no- 
rence 



Edmond Gtkstneys 



John Gastneys 



William Wastneys 



Beignald 
Thomas 



Sciant presentes Bobertus Wastnes dom's de Totewick et Hedon in the Clay 
cum aduocat* 24 E. 8 which manor of Hedon and Totewick with the aduowsons 
Hardplph Wastnes now of Heydon in the Clay in com. Nott and of Totwick in 
com. York now is possessed of 18 September 1614 but the other lands in Stafford- 
shire above mentioned went by a match to Gresley in Staffordshire. 

Ego Thomas de Gasteneys miles et Johanna uxor mea dedit Johannes de Gast- 
neis fratri suo (nostro Harl. 1400) ad totam yitam suam yna messuagium &c. dat. 
An® 19 E. 8. 

Seal. An oval seal with arms, crest, helmet, and mantling. Arms. A lion ram- 
pant. Cbest. a lion*s head erased and collared. 8ig*um Johannes Gas- 
teneys. 



(Harl. 1400.) 
Bananildam 1 wiffe=S' Hardolphe Gtisteneys==Bartreiam 2 wiffe 



S' Eobert Gasteneys K* called Bobert sonne of Hardolphe 



S' Phillipe Gasteneys Knight==Amphelisia d. & coheire to S' Bobert Morley Knight 

A 



* This S' William gaae his lands in Derdbnrgh in com. Lester to his sonn Edmond. 

t A charter grannted by E. 1 to Edmond Ghistneys in his manor of Totwick with the aduowson 
of the Church &t. 28 B. 1. 

X A writt was directed to S' Hardolph Dewastneys inioynine him amongst the rest to come in 
person habere colloquium et tractatus of^the West Biding in Torkshire. Claus. in dorso An** HE. 
3,35. 



68 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 

S^ William Gbsteneys Eiiight=Margarett 



S' William Oastenejs Knight 



iL 



S' William Oastenejs Knig1it=Constantia 



S' John Gasteneys=l8abell da. to Jeromey Hay Jonn Fson of the Church 



Knight 



of Acton in co. Torke of Cranys Kued 10 E. 8 



S' William Gasteneys Kmght== Joane da. to 8' John Brett of Norff. K* 

S' Thomas Gasteneys K* 19^ Joanne da. to John Tolr of John Gasteneys 
E. 3 of Colton in Com. Staff. Wymondham lived 10 E. 8 lived 18 E. 8 



I. I 

William, John, and Thomazin sister & heire wiffe 

Thomas ob. s. p*le. to S' Nicholas Ghresley Knight 



Abhs. Sable a lion rampant double queued argent collared aules. 
Cbest. a demi'lion rampant double queued argent collarea gules. 

John Wastnes of Hedon=. . . d. of Bussie of 



in com Nottingham 



Lincolnshire 



I 
Bobert Wastnes=Elizabeth d. of Thomas 



of Hedon 



Nelsonn of ... in com. York 



George Wa8tnes=Elizabeth d. of William 



of Hedon 



Blyth of ... in com. Darby 



George Wastnes of Hedon= Anne d. of Richard Bas- Bartho- 



(Omitted in Harl 1400) 



sett of Fledborough lomew 



George Wastnes==Mary d. of . . . Gefrey* Anne 

of Hedon Melfford Wastneys 



Gervase Wastneys= Jane d. of Lyon Beresby John Wastnes 



of Hedon, 1575 



of Thribergh in com. 

York Anne 



* Made brother to Barthotemew Harl. 1400. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



69 



A| 



8' Hardolph Wastnes of Hedon= 
in com. Nottingham Knight & 
Baronett 1614 



•Jane d. of John Delabogs of Misterton Daniell 
in com. Nottingham (Jane da. to Jervas 
'Eyre who dwelt at Keyton in co. Yorke 
Esq.— Harl 1400) 



Hardolph Wastnes John Anne Wastnes 
2 yere old 1614 — — 

George Mary Wastnes 



I I I 

Martha Wastnes Bosamond 

— Wastnes 
Jane Wastnes 



%ioxn\^tfsb* 



Arms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4t, Argent, two annulets interlaced gules between three 
crosses patee sable. Thobnhegh. 2. Chdes, on a canton argent a cross patonce 
azure, *S, Or, a bend wavy azure between two lions passant guardant sable. 

Crest. A tiger* s head or, maned sable, gorged with a collar wavy azure. 

Crest of TnoBirHAiraH. A thorn-tree proper flowered argent, fructed gules, the 
seeds of the flowers or. 



Johannis Thomheigh yixit 2 E. 3= 
John Thomhegh 



I 
Avery llomhegh of= Ellen d. and heire of Eipers of Lever- 



Fentbn in Com. 
Nottingham 



sail in Com. York as apereth by a par- 
t'ion made 10 H. 7 



r 



Anthony Thomhegh of Fenton 



John Thomhegh- 
of Fenton 



J 



. . . d. & heire of Bryan Balles of 
Pottersnewton in Com. York 



>im 



S' John Thomhegh of=. . . d. to Sergant Boades and sister 



Fenton, Knt. 1614 



to S' Jo. Boades of Derbysh 
Argent^ a lion passant in tend gules be- 
tween two acorns azure, all between two 
bendlets ermines. 



* A Pattent of the 3 ooate and creft to Bryan Bailes of Pottemewton in Com. York An« 21 of 
Q. Elisabeth hj Korry Flower, Tia. Or, a fteaa waTj B, betweene 2 Ijons paisant gardant S, the 
crest a tigers hid cope or majned sable a eoUer warje B. 



70 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



S' John Jackson of Etliorp=Eliz. d. of S' Jo. Sauill of 



in Com. York 
Oitlei, a Jess between three birds argent, 
quartering, azure, a chevron lozengy 
argent and gules, a mullet for dijffe' 
rence* 



Bradley in Com. York 



Francis Thomhegh 21 yere old 1614= Jane eldest d. of S' John Jackson of 



now High Sheriff A^ 1637. 



Ethorpe in Com. York Kt 



Francis Thomhagh Henry John Anthony Jane Penelope 

Sonne & heire 



Elizabeth wife of S^ John Jackson sonn and h. Bridgett 

of S^ John Jackson of Ethorpe in Com. York 



Cranmer* 

Arms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Argent, on a chevron azure between three pelicans sable 
as many cinque/oils or, 2 and 3. Argent afess fusilly gules, on each fusil an 
escallop or, 

Cbest. An eagle* s head erased russet, the neck pierced with an arrow or flighted and 
barbed argent,^ 

Hugh Cranmer of Sutterton in Com. Nottingham. 

j" 

. I 

Gilbert Cranmer=Ide d. of Adam de Loughton 



of Sutterton 



Argent, three crescents sable, fire issuing ther^firom 
proper, a chitf indented qfthe second. 



Hugh Cranmer of Sutterton. 
T 

I 

Thomas Cranmer of Sutterton 



Edmond Cranmer of Aslerton=Issabell d. and heire of William 

Aslerton of Aslerton 



John Cranmer of Aslerton and Sutterton=. . . d. of . . . Marshall of Muschamp 

Ar, three bars sable, a canton ermine. 



Thomas Cranmer of A8lerton==Agne8 d. of Lawrance Hatfield of Willoughby 

A 



* In the margin nelur abote crest is tricked ; A cock's head erased sahle wattled and jellopped 
gulrs. " Cranmer's orest of Watton in Nottingham bearing the two coates quarterly." 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



71 



Jonnett- 

d.of 

John 

Fretch- 

vile 1 

wiffe 



'Jotm ■ 

Cran- 

mer 

of As- 

ler- 

ton 



'Marge- 
rett d. 
of John 
Fitzwil- 
liams of 
Sppot- 
borough 
2 wiffe 



Tnomas Cran- 
mer Arch- 
bishop of Can- 
terbury 

Edmond Cran- 
mer Deane 
(Archdeacon 
Harl. 1400) of 
Canterbury. 



I 

Jane ux. 

John 

Monings 

liften- 

nant of 

Dover 

Caatell 



Issabell Anne ux. 
Lady of Edmond 
Shepey Cart- 
wright of 
Ossing- 
tonin 
Com. 
Notting- 
ham 



^1 

Dora- 

they 
ux. 
Hen. 
Eos- 
sell 



Scissely: 
d.of 
..Quad- 
ring of 
. . in 
in Com. 
...1 
wiffe 



I 
= Thomas 
Cranmer 
of Asler- 
ton 



Elizabeth 
d. of . • . 
Moreton 
of . . in 
Com. . . 
2 wiffe 



Susan 1 ux. Tho- Hich- 
mas Cobham bro- ard 
ther of GFeorge Lord Cran- 
Cobham 2 to An- mer 
thony Yaughan son = 

of S' Hugh Yaugh- 
an Ent. 



• Susan 1. m. to 
Thomas Brook bro- 
ther of the Lord 
Cobham 2 to An- 
thony (Hughe 
Harl. 1400) 
Yaughan of Lit- 
tleton in Com. 
Middlesex 



Allice d. of = 
John La^e 
(Lucey Harl. 
1400) of 
Cromwell 
Botham in 
Com. York 1 
wiffe. 



I 

'Thomas • 
Cranmer 
of Asler- 
tonl564 



:Elizabeth d. 
of Thomas 
Hutchinson 
& widdow of 
Thomas 
Brokesby of 
Grimsby 



Dert= 



Edmond Bobert 
Cranmer Cran- 
mer of 



Elizabeth 
d. of . . . 
Crisp of . . 
in the He 
ofThan- 
nett in 
Com. 
Kent 



J ' 
Thomas 

Cranmer 

John 
Cranmer 



Tb.L 
ob. s. p. 



I 

Mary 
Cranmer 



Allice d. & heire ux. Thomas Mollineux of Haugh- 
ton in Com. Nottingham (& had S' John Moleneux 
of Haughton Kt. & Bart. Harl. 1400) 2 to S' John 
Thorold of ... in Com. Lincon 



Thomas 
Cranmer 



* Thiii eDtered in Harl. 1555, but pat only as iBsae of John 0. & M. FitzwiUiams in HarL 
1400, where she is stated to have had issae by Brooke, Thomas Brooke of Chislet Parke, and by 
Yaughan, Hughe and Alice. 



72 



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75 



#liins$ieUs. 



Flacita de term' Pasclue A". 82 H. 6 rot 828 dorso. 

Hugo de DodingBelles temp E. 2 



Johannes qui inde feofauit Joh*em Has- 
lauke militem qui inde feofauit quosdam. 



Johannes Dodingselles==Emma 



Johannes Dodingselles 



Hugh Lindse J lived in the time 
of King W". the Conqueror 



Johannes Dodingselles temp E. 3 



Allen de Lindsey 
Lord of Bradwell 
and Woluerley 

T 



Johannes Dodingselles 



Edwardus Dodingselles 
nunc petens A^'. 82 H. 6 



Gulfrey de Lindsey Lord=Amicia 
of Bradwell and Maxtock 
in com. Warwick 



I. 

Oalffrey de Oding-=Brasill d. & Dayid de Lindsey a Scott==Alhce d. & heire 



sells Lord of Max- 
stock 



coheire ma- 
ried 20 H. 2 



im 



William Gerrard Oding-=Lucey d. of . . . 



David Lindsey Alice married to Hen- 
ry de Pinkney 



Odingsells sells 88 H. 8 



Beresfford 



Henry de Pinkney 



Bobert de Pinkney 



Hugh Oding==Sibbell 
sells 16 E. 1 



rland Odi] 



Eowland Odingsells of Long Ichington=Lucey da. 
in com. Warwick I to Bruce 

John Odingsells 10 E. 3==Luce 



)hnOdi 



John Odingsells 24=Amicia d. of Bob. (Bojzer Harl. 



yere old 27 E. 8 



1400) Carbett ob. 84 E. 8 



Edmond Odingsells 
22 E. 8, 1847 



S' John Odingsells Knt.=Allice d. of S' 
16 yere old 8 B. 2 | John St. John 



A i 



76 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



iJ 



S' John Odingsells Knt.=Mary d. of . . . 
ffi. 5, 9 B. 2, ob. 5 H. 4 



I 



Bernake 



Margerett d. o£=Edward Odingsells 14 yere old==Allice d. of . . . Sharpe 
. . . Cokaine at his Father's deth died 5 E. 4 sister of Henery Sharpe 



Gerard Oding-=Margerett sister 
sells of Allice Sharp 



Henery Odingsells^ 
yonger sonn 



Ed 



:AUice d. of Morgan But- 
ler of Gabemes m com. 
Essex 



ward Oding-: 
sells 



r 



:. . • d. of 

Baleigh 



I 



Bichard Oding= Allice d. of . . . 



sells 



Browne 



Edmond Odingsells==:Anne d. of . . . 

Tresham 



Jonn Odingsells=Anne d. & heire of 

Ghibriell Barwick 



I : 

John Oding=. 
sells ob. s. p. 



I 



. . d. of . . • Hyde Gabriell Oding-=Catherin d. of John 



sells 



Markham 



Edward Odingsells of Eyer8ton=Elizabeth d. of Wm. Sutton of 



in com. Nottingham 1614 



Ayerham in com. Nottingham 



John Odingsells 
10 yere old 1614 



II II I I I.I 

Emanuel Edward Odingsells Elizabeth Ellianor 



Oabriell 



Thomas 



Issabell Catherin 



Henery Odingsells==. . . d. of . . . Sutton 
Thomas Odingsells Henery Odingsells Francis 



John Odingsells 

Omnibus zpi fidelibus hoc scriptnm yisuris vel audituris amicia relicta dn's 
Johannis de Odingsells Dn*s de longa Ichington noueritis me memisisse totam ius 
meum in Expuston in com. Nott. A® 29 E. 3. 

Seal. Afess and in dexter chief a mullet^ impaling^ two hart and a canton ; with 
this crest, a fox passant, collared and chained. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



77 



a^scoufll)* 



Asms. Quarterly : — 1. Sable, a fete or between three asses argent, Atscovgh. 2. Or, 

a bend azure, Gatthobp. 3. a saltire gules, and on a chief of the last three 

escallops argent, a crescent sable/or difference. Talboys. 4. Qules, a cinque- 
foil within an orle qf crass crosslets or. HoMPFBETTLE. 6. Oulcs, a chcffron bC' 
tween ten cross crosslets or. Kyhe. 6. Qules, two bends or. 7. Azure, a cross 
chequee argent and gules. Cobkfeld. 8. Qules, two chevrons and a hordure or. 
Chankell. 9. Sable, a chevron between three columns or, a label argent. 
Bollingbbook. 

Cbest. An ass^s head erased argent. (Both coat and crest are charged with a mullet 
Jbr dijffhrence.) 

John ABOoagh of Colling in Co. Lincon Esq. 



S' William Ascough knighted at Bullen 



I 



Edward =d. and Elizabeth d. <& heire of=S' Francis =Elizabethd.ofBobert 



Ascough 
2 son 



heire to 
Gibson 



William Hansard of 
south Kelsej in Com. 
Lincon 1 wme 



Ayscough of 
South Kelsej 
in Com. Lin- 



Edward Ascough of 
Cottam in Com. 
Nott. 



± 



con 



Dighton of Stougton 
& widdow of Wm. 
Dallisonn the judge. 



I 



S' Eoger Ayscough of Nutthall in=Dorathev d. of William 
Com. i^ottmghimi Justice of the Eitzwill ms of Mabelthorp 
peace. 



Edward= 

Ays- 
cough 



:d.0f 

Francis 

Boberts 

ofWils- 

den in 

Com. 

Midlesex 



Elizabeth 
ux. S' 
Wm. How- 
son of Wig- 
tofte in 
Com. Lin- 
con Ent. 



I 

Anne 



Willm.Ays-= 
cough Be* 
gester of 
the Court of 
Audience to 
the Archbi- 
shop of Can- 
terbury 1626 



:Elizabeth=: 
d.of 

Boger Cole 
of St. Sa- 
uior*s in 
Com. Sur- 
ry- 



Wilhn. John 
Oland Ays- 
Procter cough 
of the 
CiviU 
Law 1 
husband 



Dorathey Ayscough 



78 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 

Johannes de St. Andrea obiit sestitus de terras in Hinxton= Johanna superstea 




et Armigton in Com. Cantabrid* A<> 84 E. 3 



Ano 84 E. 8 



Johis de St. Andrea statis 22 an Edmondus St. Andrea heres 
et amp. ob. 48 E. 8 fratris sstat. 7 Ann. 

n %T« nDTATA / ^^^ ^® S*- Andrea dat demidiam marcam pro vna assifla 
I.ANTAB woiA | ^^^^^^^ ^^^^ Nicholaio de Turn An** 46 H. 8 

Paganus de St. Andrea temp H. l=Craebarga 



Thomas de St. Andrea 



Henericus de St Andrea An® 10 Begis Joh*is 

Placit. de banco Com. Buck, pro manerio de 
Stainslj An® 10 Johis Bot. dorso 1. 
S* Saiher St. Andrea Knt=Maud d. & heire of William Diue 



S^ Soger St. Andrea Ent. S^ Bobert de St. Andrea Knt. James de St. Andrea 
_T 

Boger de =Maud S' Boger de St.=Agne8 d. of S' Bichard Grey of Sandiacre 



St. Andrea Andrea Ent. 



Knt. & had in manage the manner of Bifeld 



Bichard St Andrea=Allice d. of Bichard Stoke of Stoke nere Coventry 



S' John St. Andrea Knt.= Julian d. of Bobert Zouch of Lubthorpe Ent. 
Seven wuueUi ccmjained 3, 3, 

<f* 1, a lahel ; impaUug^ 10 

nmndlee 4, 3, ^ ft 1. 



Bobert St. Andrea= Catherin d. of . . . Maulley of Sutton John St Andrea 



Thomas St.=:Elisabeth d. of Peter Poole John St. Elizabeth 



Andrea 



of Badbome Andrea 



Peter de St. Andrea 
j" 

John St. Andrea=Alice 



William St.=:Mareerett d. of Edmond 
Andrea I . . . Aston — 

! Hugh 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



John St. Andrew: 
of Q«tham in 
Com. Notting- 



:Gatlierm i. of John 
Wells of Whorcroaae 
in Com. Stafford 



Elizabeth 



Dorathej 



Ellinor Mary 



Margerett 



George St. Andrea== Barbara d. of Oeoi^ Nerell of 
of Gotham Groue in Com. Nott. 



Marr Bieter and coheire: 
of Thomas Skeuington 
of SkefGngton in Com. 
Lester 1 wiffe 



:'WiUm. St. Andrew=MaTV d. of Ed- Jane ux. Thomas 

of Gkitbam in Com. ward Pilkington Wildbore of 

Nottingham 1614 of Stourton 2 Knottinglv in 

wiffe Com. York 



John St. Andrew of Gotbam= Elizabeth d. of John 
13 yere old 1614 Bainbridg of Locking- 

ton (Lodmgton Harl 
1400) in Com. Lester 



Wil 



I. I 



George St. Andrew 
John St. Andrew 



Barbara ui John Gibsonn of 
Kirton in Holland in 
Com. Lincon 



Ex chartis Wiltm. St. Andrew de Cotham in Com. Nottingham. 
An" 1614. 
Sciant p'ntes et futuri q'd ego Margereta de Quincy Comitisaa Winton' dedi 
&e. in tigitima nduitate mea postauam feci homagium menm D'no Begi Henrico 
filio BegiB Joh'is Seihero de St. Andrea pro bomagio et seruitio auo centu' solid' 
teme mesa de Crokeaton et Kerdinton cum multia natiu's et eom' aequelia Ac et 
si forte WBrrantizare non potero dabimue et escambiu' ad valenham in loco compe- 
tent! de b»reditate mea in Anglia. Teatibua Will'mo de Knapwell tunc Senes- 
challo meo, Euerardo de Trumpington, Odinello de Albiniaco, Bogero de S'c'a 
Andrea, Bado' Neuill, Barthlo' filio Will'mi, Will'mo de St. Georgio, Briano 
Forestario, Alezandro de Witeby, Will'mo Falconano, Henrico Forestario, et aliis 
(Harl. 1S55, fo. 64 b.) 




80 



THE VISITATION OF THE CODNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



Ex chartia Will'mi St. Andrev de Gothan in Com. Nott. Arg' A" 1614 
Sciant p'nt«B et futuri quod ego Katildis de Sc'o Andrea in ligea [eic] riduitate 
mea dedi et conceesi etc Lauientio de Sancto Andreo filio meo tota' t'ram 
quam habui in villa de Eringtoa* vna cum manerio d'cse' t'rae d'co Ztanrentio et 
Dsred' Buis habend' etc eid' Laurentio et heered' suis escepto Judaismo et domo 
religionia pro ma libra cinimini, Testibus D'no Henrico Ghilderle, D'no Joh'e 
de MuagroiO, D'no Hugone de Dokeswortli militibus. 




Jacobus de S'ca Andrea fil's D'lii Saiheri de S'co Andrea concessit Bogero filio 
D'ni Bo^eri de S'co Andrea totu' ius in manerijs de Hndton in Com. North'ton 
Oabiun in Com. Nott. Armigston et HenzstoD in Com. Cantabr. et Sheffend in 
Com. Ebux. Sans date. 




Anno regni &'g Hen' filij Itegis JoIi'iB 65 in aula D'ns Matildia de S'co Andrea 
apad GathiuD cocam So'no Fetro Picotb et multia aliis facta est h»c conrentio 
inter Bogeru' de S'co Andrea autenatum dictte Matildis de S'ca Andrea matris sum 
et D'num Will'mum Ferpetuum Viccarium Eccl'ia de Eodington Joh'em CapelloDu' 
de Eemurtli et nobilem ancillam de Eametianam filiam D'ni Thome filij Will'mi 
Executor' D'nie Albridw la Walesch ralicta quondam D'ni Bob'ti de 3'co Aadrea 
militie, etc ; vizt. quod dictns Bogerus nomine matris su» dimiait d'cis executoribus 
d'c« D'nse Albrea» totu' manerium de Qatham secundu' formam contenta' in 
■cripto q^^ D'ca D'na Matildis de S'co Andrea concessit D'no Hoberto de S'co 
Andiea filio suo. Dat' A" 66 H. 8. 



Sciant p'ntes et futuri quod ego Eogems de Quincy Comes Winton' Constabu- 
• Brington Mt id Com. Cantaliridg. 



THE VISITATION OF THE CQUNTY OF NOTnNGHAM. 



81 



lariua Scotue dedi Boberto de S'co Andrea filio Seiheri de S'co Andrea pro homagio 
et seruitio buo cent' aolid' sterlingoru' AnnuatJm recipiend' de pa r preaente de 
firma mea de Srackley etc. Hijs teatib' D'no Will'mo Mauduit, Will'mo filio buo, 
Emardo de Bohco, Ernaldo filio buo, Bado' Bassett de Oraiton, Kado' filio suo, 
3' CO Andrea, Philippe Louell, Will'mo de Boaco, Warino de Tunderley. 




82 



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Cate. 



Anns. Fer feaa or and gulea^ a pale counterehanged, three comish choughs proper, 

John Tate of London 



John Tato of Coventry to whom 
"Win. Palmer gave lands in Whit- 
ley IG E. 2 1802 

T 



John Tate=Margerett 



Thomas Tate 



I 



S' John Tate Knt. Mercer 
& Lord Maior of London 
1473 



)nn 



John Tate Esq' sonn & heire 



S 



^ Jonn 



Tate 



S' Bobert Tate Mercer Lord Maior 
of London 1488 



t 
♦ 



.1 



S' Bnrthelmcw Tate=Anne d. of Lawrance=S' Thomas Long-=Wadham (of ?) 

^ "' ' .. - — . Pifford was 1 

husband to Anne 



of Do la Pn^e 4 
husband 



Saunders of Haring- vile of Wolver- 
ton in Com. North- ton 8 husband 
ampton 



IWthelmew 
Tate of Do- 
hipre 



S' William= 
Tato of 
Whitlov 
Knt. 1GI4 



Dorathoy d. of Francis 
Tanfiold of Qeyton in 
Com. Northampton 



)hn Tate= 



John Tate=Margerett d. of 



(Anthony 
Harl. 1400) 



John Digby of Wel- 
by in Com. Lester 



Elitaboth d. <& 
hoire of Ed- 
ward Lord 
Zoueh of lla- 
riugworth 



Francis 
Tate 



I . I 

George Tate of=Barbara d. of Saunders 



Sutton Bon- 
ington in Com. 
Nottingham 
1614 



Bichard 
Stanlev of 
Sutton Bon- 
ington 



Tate a 
daughter 



"liabcth Willi ~ 



Souch Tato Ebiai 

Marr 



liam TVte Marr 

m 

John Tate Bridgett 



Margerett Tate 
3 vere old 1614 



Conj9[. 



Qmmifrff : — 1 «»</ 4. Jsmrt^ m hemd ecHseJ mryemi heiwetm ns mcrflHs or, m 
mmlM J^ difertmt^^ To^o. :f mmJ 3. Aryemi. m fin JUmry eommter JUmry or, 

^Not ^uartor«d in the Tuflitaikvi in die cffice.] 

. A at^i «n». Tttifii mryett. im tif immiprvfer mm mmdkorfisnrmyt or. 



Ji4\n T^^? of }iantiishaiB=^. . . d. of . . . Tbonm^n of 
ia C^>c*. York TtK^mioQ in Cosb. York 



»rf 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



85 



A| 



icn 



Nicholas Tong of Maiiingliam==. . . d. & heire of . . . Illingworth 



Thomas Tong of Maaiiigham=. . . d. of . . . Wooddes of Horton in Com. York 



'ich 



Nicholas Tong of Newark in=Dorathey d. of William Creasy of Bamby 



Com. Nottingham 



super Dun in Com. York 



Cressy Tong of Newark=Susanna d. of Nicholas Bulby of Carlecoston 



1614 



in Com. Nottingham 



Nicholas Tonge 3 quarters old 1614 Margery 



Stringer^ 



Abms. Per chevron sable and or, in chief two fleurs-de-lis of the last, and in base an 

eagle displayed of theflrst. 
Cbest. a grtffiiCs head erased vert, gorged mth a coronet argent chained or. 

John Stringer==. . . d. of . . . Hussey of Shropshire 



William 
Stringer ob. 
yong. 



Bichard Stringer of=Mary d. of John Powtrell of 



. . . in Com. Darby 



West Hallom in Com. Darby 



Bobert Stringer of Eaton=. . . d. of . . . Bates of 



in Com. Nottingham 



... in Com. York 



icn 



Nicholas Stringer of Eaton=Mary d. of Vallen- 



in Com. Nottingham 1614 



tyne Hartop 



I 



I 



Nicholas =Allice d. of S' Ann ux. Thomas Job- EUza ux. John 



Stringer of 
Sutton 
yppon Lound 
in Com. Not- 
tingham 1631 



Francis South son of Cudworth in 
of Fotherby the West Eyding in 
(of Kelson Com. Ebor. 
Harl. 1400) =j= 

in Com. Lincoln \j/ 



. . . Copley of 
Doncaster in 
Com. Ebor. 
A«1650 



Francis Stringer sonne & 
heire set. 16 Ans. 1649 



I 

Ann aet. 17 
Anor' 1649 



86 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



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THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



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THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 




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THE VISITATTON OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 89 



dttttton^ 



Thomas Stretton of Stretton in Com. Nottingham 
. T 



Thomas 8tv0tton=France8 d. & coheire of . . . Smyth . . . Eniveton of Brad- 



of Stretton 



of Whittcott in Com. Butland ley in Com. Darby= 



Boger Stretton of Stretton 1614==Elien d. of . . . Elniveton of Bradley 



Elizabeth d. & sole heire 10 yere old 1614 



Blanlr. 

Abms. Ardent, on a bend sable three pheans or. 
Cbest. Out of a coronet or a leopard s head proper. 

Both coat and crest are differenced with a martlet. 

S' John Novell of Bystbrooke in Com. Nottingham 
T 

William Bland=Jane 1 d. & coheire ... 2d & coheire ux. . . . Owlys 



John Bland of Goldington in Com. Nottingham 

T 



icliard 



Bicoard Bland . . . ux. . . . Tuke 



S' Bryan Tuke Knt. 



• . . Bland of Com. YoA: 



Michell Bland of Applestock= Jane d. of John Stephensonn 
in Com. Nottingham of the Citty of York 



I III 

Michell Bland=Bebecka d. of Bobert John Joane ux. Edmond Elizabeth 



of Applestock 
1614 



Somerscales of Bland Ghibsonn of Alber 

Gainsborough in in Com. Lincon 

Com. Lincon 



I I 

Michell Bland Mary Bland 



90 



THE VISITATION OP THE COUNTY OF NOTTINaHAM. 



Arms.* Quarterly : — 1. Azure^ a lion rampant or crowned argent and charged on the 
shoulder with a trefoil sable, a crescent for difference. Dabell. 2. Or, a che- 
vron between three cinquefoils ffules, Chichlet. 3. Argent, on a chevron gules 
between three hunting horns sable stringed or as many mullets gold, Hobne. 
4. Azure, a lion rampant or crowned and within a bordure argent. Dabell of 
Paoham dt Sussex. 5. Argent, afessfusillgsahle. Kboteswobth. 6. Argent, 
three lions* heads erased guies, Denmak. 

Cbest. Out of a coronet a Saracen^s head wreathed round the temples argent and 
azure, on the head a cap of the last frettie of the second turned up ermine and 
having a tassel or, 

Florence d. of William Chichley of= John Darrell=» Joane d. & heire 



H igham Ferrers in Cora 
Widdow of S' Nicholas Peech 



of Colehill in 
Com. Kent 



Thomas Darell- 
of Scotney 



^Thomazin d. of 8^ 
John Oresley Ent. 



r 



of VaUentyne 
Barrett 



'Wiiliam==Anne d. to Edward Q-uil- 
Barrell I deford of Halden 



I 

Henery Dar-i 
rell of Scot- 
ney 



:Elizabeth d. of . • 
Cheny of Crall in 
Sussex 



WiUiam Darell: 
of Pagham 
in Sussex 



Elizabeth d. & heire: 
of James Home of 
Bethersden in Kent 



"I 



: Jane d. & heire of 
Wm. Soiotsworth 
of Pagham 



I 



:Thomas Dar-=. . . d. of . . . Marmadnke=Anne d. of Rich- 
rell of Scot- 
ney 



of Wetten- 
hall 



Darell of 
Pagham Esq. 



ard Scott brother 
of S' Reignald 



I 



Edward: 
Darell 



:Margarett d. & sole heire of Marma- 
duke Darell of Pagham in com. Sussex 
Esq' 



Bose uz George 
Boberts of 
Brenchley in 
Kent 



Ste- 
phen 
Da- 
rell ob. 
s. p. 



I 
Elizabeth=S' Thomas Da-=Anne d. 



d. of . • . 
Morley of 
Ghlind in 
com. Sus- 
sex 1 
wiflTe 



rell Knt. m. to 
his 3 wiffe Brid- 
gett d. & heire 
of . . . Crosby 



B 



of Wm. 
Mus- 
champ 
2 wiffe 



^hillip 



I I I 



Marmaduke 
(called S' Mar- 
maduke Darrell 
Sonne Harl. 
1400) 

Christopher 

Henery 

G^rge 



1' 'J ' 

Anneob.s.p. 

Maryob.s.p 

Elizabeth 

Dorathey 
ob. s. p. 

Blanche 



* In Harl. 1400 the arms are drawn quarterly of four, 1, 2, and 8 as aboTO, 4 eheqn^ argent 
and golee a cross azure, a shield of pretence (blank). The cap of the crest is not turned up ermine 
and the wreath round the head is or and arare. The coronet is marked or. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



91 



Edwar<i= 
Darellof 
West 
Radford 
in com. 
Notting- 
ham E^q. 
1614 



M 



Barbara d. 
& coheire 
of Francis 
Denman 
of West 
Eadfford 



George 
Marmaduke 
Mary 
Prances 



l2? 



Maryux 
Wilfiam 
Johnston 
of Pord- 
wick in 
Kent 



Eliza- ThomaB=Mary d. 



both ux. Darell 
. . . Car- of Lon- 
roll don 

1630 



of Tho- 
mas Roe 
of Lon- 
don 

marchan- 
talor 



Thomas Darell 6 jere old 1614 Bnan Darell Edward Darell Thomas Darell 



Alice 
uz. John 
Brookes 



d. to Hedley=Thomas Darrell=Mary d. & h. to Boyden 



1 wife 



of Scotney 



of Pozton in Kent 



Henry=Marga- 
Darrell ret d. to 
of Scot- Gage 
ney 



I 
Mary wife 

toBamaby 

Goughe 



I 
Ellin wife 

toEdmond 

Fellham 



Mar- 
grett 
ux. Tin- 
dall 



Prancis 

ux 

Greene 



Mlar- 
gery 



John Eastwood of Hayton io Com. Nottingham 



Thomas Eastwood of Hayton=l8sabell d. of Southworth 



I 

Thomas Eastwood=Anne d. & heire of John Marshall of Carleton 



of Hayton 



in Moreland in Com. Lincon 



Thomas Eastwood of=Elizabeth d. & heire of Charles 



Hayton 1614 



Wood of Hayton 



5 yere old 1614 



Charles East wood 
1 yere old 1614 



Therie is no coat given for Eastwood, but the coats of Marshall, Bruse, Hawke, 
Brown, and Miiston (see Marshall) are placed on a shield, the first and two last 
quarters of which are left blank. (Ed.) 



92 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINOHAM. 



Abms. Ardent, on a bend engrailed sable three annulets of the field. 

William Clarksonn of Kenton (Kerton Harl.=l88abell d. of . . . 



1400) in Com. Nottingham 



Novell of Eagnell 



Michell Clarksonn: 
of Kenton 



:Senc' (Sanchia Harl. 1400) d. of 
William (John ibid.) Powtrell of 
West Hallom in Com. Darbj 



John Clarksonn: 
of Kenton 



:Elizabeth d. of John Bodnej of Stok 
Bodney in Com. Somersett 



George 



Michell Clark, 
sonn of Ken- 
ton 1614 



:Elizabeth d.: 
ofW°»Har- 
top of Bur- 
ton in Com. 
Lester lisq. 



=Gheorge 
Flower 
2 hus- 
band 



illii 



William Clark-: 
son of Bed- 
minster in 
Com. Som' 



=Ester d. 
of John 
Tones 
of Bris- 
tol 



I I I 
Ann ux. 

Harrison 

Elinor ux. 
Wright 

Alice ux. 
Luke 



WilHam 
Clark- 
sonn 5 
yere old 
1614 



:Eliz. d. of Eobert 
Williamson of 
East Markham 
in Com. Nott. 



John 

Clark- 

soun 



I 



I 



Mary Elizabeth 
Judeth 



Jr'J I 

Hugh 
Elizab. 
Penelope 
Mary 



ilH 



WUliam 



€?«♦ 



Abms. Quarterly : — 1. Ardent, on a chevron sable three qwUrefoUs or. 2. Or^ three 
barnacles sable, 8. Sable, a cross engrailed argentjbetweenfour poppy-heads or, 
4. Or, three magpies proper, 

Cbebt. a leg couped at the thigh quarterly argent and sable, on the heel a spur or. 

Both coat and crest are differenced by a mullet. 
William Eyre of Byton in Com Nottingham=Anne d. & heire of the Lord of 



descended of Eyre of Hope in Com. Darby 



I 



Byton in Com. Nottingham. 



Edmond Eyre=«:Margerett d. of Bobert Coyney of 
of Byton Weston Coyney in Com. Stafford 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



93 



A| 



Bobert Eyre=Dorathey d. of George Collom- 
of Byton bell of Varlej in Com. Darby 



Greorge 
Eyre of 
Ryton 
1614 



sAnne d. of Bobert 
Sparke of Nant- ^ 
wich in Com. 
Chester 



Mary ux. Bob. 
Cooke of Coly 
in Com. Darby 



G-race ux. Hum- 
frey Chapman of 
Com. Darby 



Bobert Eyre 
11 yere old 
1614 



J. 
William 

Eyre 



Mary 
Joseph Eyre 



Ann 



II ™ I ' I 

Thomas Eyre Elizabeth Bebecka 
Dorathey Sara 



(Harl. 1400.) 

The descent of G^mis Eyre of — in Com. Derby, gent., who is descended from a 
yonger branche of the family of the Eyres of Hope in Com. Derby aforesaid, and 
from the Eyrs of Beyton in the County of Nott., extracted out of the Visitac'on of 
Nottinghamsh. and other authenticall proofes, by Tho. Thompson Lancaster Herauld, 
testified and subscribed by S' Henry S' Ghdorge K^ Norry King of Armes. 

Wm. Eyre of Beyton=Ann d. & h. of . . . Lord 
in Com. Nott. I of Beyton in Com. Nott 



)Dert 



Bobert Eyre=Katherin d. of 
of Little I GKles Smith of 



Ed 



mond Eyre o£=Margery d. of 



Hodloke in 
Com. of . . . 
2 Sonne 



Tirkhill in 
Com. Torke 



Beyton in Com. 
Nott. & of Cub- 
nell in Com. 
Derby 



Bob. Coynye 
of Ouerton 
Coyney in 
Com. Staff. 



Will'm Eyre of=Dorothy 



Blithe in Com. 
... 2 Sonne 



da. of 
Copwood 



Bob. Eyre of Blith 
Spittle in Com. 
. . . son & h. 



Geruis Eyre 
of BHth 3 
Sonne 



f 



Geruis Eyre of . . .= 
in Com. Derby 



=f=Ann d. & h. of Hen. Stanley of Sutton 
Bennington in Com. Nott. 



Geruis 



lien 



Bichard 



Bobert Eyre of Beyton in==porothy d. of Geo. Columbell of 
Com. Nott. Sonne & heire ~~ 



Darley in Com. Derby Esq. 



r 



George Eyre of Beyton= Ann d. of Bob. Sparke of Nampt- 
Liueing 1614 wich in Com. Cestr. 



94 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



gesttuip« 



Swifte 



I 
• . . Swifte 

"T 



S' Bobert Swifte 



Bicbard Jessap of Bromhall in Com. Yorke==Anne d. & heire of . . . Swifte 



Margerett d. of John Atherton of== William Je88op=Anne d. of . . . Gk)od0- 



Chowbent in Com. Lane. 1 wiffe 



of . . . 1614) 



rick 2 wiffe 



Wortley or "Wortelj: 
Jessop 1614 



iCatberin d. of Tbomas 
Doyley Docter of 
Pbissick 



I 

G-eorge 
Jessop 



Margerett Anne 
ux. Humfry 



Savage 



'^illiam 



William Jessop 4 yere old 1614 



Anne 



3SoUe ox 3BoUes;« 



Asms. Quarterhf : — 1. Aaure, three hoart' heads ardent an dUhes or, a mullet for 
difference gold, Bolle. 2. Argent, a chevron gules between three mullets 
sable, on a chief azure a Uon*s head erased between two lozenges or,^ Bolle. 
8. Argent, on a fess vert three crosses moline argent between as many hawks* 
heads erased sable.f Watts. 4. Qules, a cockatrice or, on a chief argent a 
label ermine, 

Cbest. — A buck^s head sable, collared attired and eared or, erased gules, and charged 
on the neck with a pallet argent between two plates. 



Bicbard Ghate=Lucey d. of Bicbard Benington 



.1 



William Bolle al's Bolls of Wortbam in Com.=Elizebetb Jobn Wats=Allice d. 
Suff. descended out of the bouse of Bolles of 
Haugb in Com. Lincon 



of London 
Q-rocer 



Margerett d. of= William Bolle al's Bolls of Os-: 
Ayery Bawson berton in Com. Nottingham 
of Essex 1 wiffe 80 yere old 1575 



of Bic. 
Gate 



:Lucy d. & beire of= Jobn Petyt 
Jobn Watts of 1 busband 

London Orocer 



Beniamyn Bolles=Anne d. of . . . Gooderick of 



of Osberton 



Kirby in Com. Lincon 



Bonaventure Bolls 
ob. s. p. 



• ** A pattent graimted by William Flower Norroy to William Bolles of Otberton in Com. 
Nott. the 17th of Queen Elizabeth." The crest is a hawk's head, as in the Arms. 

t *< A pattent of this coate k crest graonted to Robert Watts of Barkshire 19 H. 7 by Rich- 
mond Clarenoeux." 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



95 



a| 



Mary d. of . . . = Thomas 
Witham of BoUbb of 

LedstoninCom. Osberton 
York 2 wiffe 1614 



Samuell Bollee 
18 jere old 1614 



^Elizabeth d. of Thomas 
Perkins of Eishlake 
in Com. York 



William 
Bolls 



John Bolls 
Joseph BoUes 



Elizebeth Holies 
Judith BoUes 



Mary ux. 

Thomas 

Lockwood 



Abbigale 
BoUes 



Ca««p. 



Arms. Araentj a lion rampant double queued sable, 
*C&BST. Out of a coronet or a demi-peaeock proper. 



Allice d. of Oding-=HeneryCres8yof=f=Catherin d. of 8' Bichard 
sells of Jpperston 
in Com. ]>rott. 1 
wiffe 



Joane uz. 
Hablethome 



Owlcottes in 
Com. Notting- 
ham 



Smyth of Walkeringham 
in Com. Nottingham 2 
wiffe 



William Cressy==Mary d. of Leonard 
of Oulecotts Shalcros of Shalcros 

1614 in Com. Darby 



Elizabeth 



,11 

Leonard Ctewj 1614 

William Cressy 



Mary Cressy 



Bndgett 
Catherin 



* The Crest was conffirmed by WOliam Flower norry king of Armes to Henerj Oressy of Onle- 
cottes in Com. Nott An? Dom. 1480. 



Sratod^. 



Arms.* Argent, a dexter gauntlet eahle^ garnished or. 

Cbest. a cock argent^ wattled, jelloped, and legged gules, resting his dexter elaw on 

a gauntlet as in the arms. 
Motto. " Vebtts hokob honestas." 

Thomas Lacock was possessed of Lands in Stourton in Com. Nott. 
and semed K. H. 8 m his warrs in Fraunce 



Leonard Lacock of Lincolne who Lyeth buried=:Margret da. of Tho. Jenyson of 



in the Chauncell of the Church of 8^ Marks 
there sonne & heire 



Mameham in Com. Nott. 
Azure, a bend between two swans 
argent. 



* Under the hand & seal of Rich. St. george, Norroy, A<* 1613, 11 K. James. 



96 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OP NOTTINGHAM. 



George Lacock of Burton in Com. Nott. A^ 
1614 & of Nottingham Towne A<> 1637 & 
Clarke of the peace of the said County 
Bonne & heire 



^=Alice d. of Bartholemew Widowson 
of Loudham in Com. Nott. 
Chiles, on a chevron between three einque* 
fiiU argent five billets qf the field. 



Edmond Lacock 
2 Sonne Bachiler 
of Deuinity 



Fhillipp Lacock sonne &=da. of Cartwright Mathew Lacock 



heire A® 1614 Councellor 
at Law & of the Inner 
Temple London A® 1637 



of Ossington in 3 sonne Maister 
Com. Nott. in Arts 



George sonne & h. et. 3 A' 1637 



oau. 



miUtt. 



Abms. Oules, a ehewr&n engrailed tmr between three, lume rampant or. 
Cbest. Out of a coronet argent a demi-^agle sable. 



Nicholas White of= 
... in Com. Suff. 



Bichard Cicell Esq'=^llice d. & heire 



ob. 22 March 1553 



I 



I 



of . . . Walcott 



Thomas White=Anne d. of William Cicell 



of Woodhead 
in Com But- 
land 



illL 



Bichard 
CiceU 



Lord Burlej & 
Lord Threasurer 



^ 



Margerett 
uz. Boger 
Caye of 
Stamfford 



Elizabeth ux. 
Bob. Wing, 
feld of Upton 



Jonn 



S' John White= 
of Tuxford in 
Com. Notting- 
ham 1614 



=Doratheyd.ofS' 
John Harper of 
Swarkston in 
Com Darby Knt. 



Allice ux. Henery Elizabeth ux. Ade- 
Welby of Gokes- lard Welby of 
hill in Com. Casterton in Com. 

Lincon Butland 



Bichard White of 
Tuxford set. 18, 1614 



Gerrase 



I I 

Thomas Anne 



THE visrrATiair of the county op Nottingham. 



97 



SS^tUtamsom 



Abms. Or, a chevron guUs between three trefoils table. 
Cbrst. Out of a mural coronet gules a demy gr\ffin or. 



Given by Wiling Camden Clarenceux King of Annes 1602. 



Jolin Williamson of Wakeringham in Com. Nottingham 



son of Waker- 
ingham 



=Catherin d. 
of S' Eobert 
Thomhill 
Knt. 



Bichard Williamson of Wakeringham*= 

Abms. Williamson, with a crescent for 

difference, quartering Mabshall, Bbuse, 

Hawkb, Bbown, IdusTON. Vide Pbdi- 

gbbb of Mabshall 



:Marga- 
rett d. 
ofBo- 
bert 
Thom- 
hill 



Bobert Williamson==Anne d. of John Torkington of Torkington in Com. Chester 



L 



bert Williamson of HAj-=Anne d. & heire of John Mar- 



ton in Com. Nottingham 



shall of Carlton in co. Line 



Robert Williamsonn of=Dorathey d. & coheir of 
Hay ton in Com. Not- John Savell of Nether 
tingham living 1614 Shitlington in Com. York 



William Williamson M' of 
Artes and Chaplyn to Gilbert 
Earle of 8hrewsbery 



Elizabeth d. of . . .: 
Byther of ... in 
Com. York 1 wifie 



=Robert William- 
son of Waker- 
ingham 



=Anne d. of , . , 
Stockham 
2 wiffe 



.1, 



Gyles Wil- 
liamson of 
Tuiford 
nere Not- 
tingham 



:Eranees d. of Margerett (Mary 
Bobert Brad- Harl. 1400) ux 

Baffe Madisson 
of . . . Com. 
Lincon 



ford of Stan- 
ley nere 
W akefeld in 
Com. York 



I 

Anne nx. 
Wm. 

Manby of 
. . . in 
Com. 
Lincon 



Bobert Williamson 
Bamaby Williamson 
Erancis Williamson 



Jonn Williamson of Burton in: 
Com. Nottingham 1614 



= Anne d. of S' Henery Disney of Norton 
Disney in Com. Lincon Ejit. 



* This Biohard was not brought doune in the pedegree made by Mr. Camden Clarenceux, but 
by the relation of Bobert ; it semeth he was brother to fiie first Qiles meutioned in this pedegree on 
the other side of the leafis. (Harl. 1400.) 



98 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OP NOTTINGHAM. 



a| 



Frances balfe a yere old 1614i 



Mary 



I 

Anne 



of Ghunsborougli 



Bonn of Ghunsborough 



S' Bichard Williamson: 
of Gainsborough in 
Com. Line. K* 



:Mary d. of Thomas Andersonn of Castrop 
in Com. Lincon elder brother of the Lora 
Cheefe Justice of the Common Flees 



John Williamsonn, s. p. 
Edmond Williamsonn 8. p. 



n 

Magdalen. 
Elizabeth 



=Qre8ill d. of John=Tho. "Williamson of=Jane da. of Samuell 



Ouerton of ... in Gtdnsborough 3 
Holdemes in Com. sonne & of Scotter 
Ebor' 2 wife 



Clark of ... in Com. 
Line. 1 wife 



Thomas Williamson son of Scotter in Com Line. set. an' 21 1658 



B 



John Williamson=Jane d. of Christopher Dob- 



TEffi VISTTATIOlf OP THE COUNTY OP NOTTINGHAM. 



99 



Bumell 

*Abm8. Ter feu indented or and airgeni a lion rampant eahle, on a bordure gules 

eight bezants. 
Cbest. a lion* 9 gamb gable, holding a buneh of violets proper^ 

S' Waiiam Blundeville Knight 
Quarterly, per feus indented, a bend^ 



William Blundeville= Elizabeth da. to Boswell 



Bichard Bluiideyille===Elizabeth da. to Inglos 

I%ree bars, and on a canton 
five billets 



i 



1 wiffe=Thoma8 Bumell=2 wiffe 
of London 21 
H. 8 



Baphe BlundeYille=Con8tance da. to Gk)umey 



^Elizabeth da. to Thomas 

Godsalue 

Per pale gules and azure, 

on afess wavy argent bs' 

tioeen three crosses pattie or 

as many crescents sable 



Edward Blunde-: 
villa of Newton 
Flotteman in 
Com. Norff. 



John Biimell 
had diners 
children 



4^ 



I. 

William Bumell: 
buried at S^ Bo- 
tolph's Alders- 
gate London 



:Constance d. of Edward Blunde- 
vile of Newton- Flotman in Com. 
Norff. ob. 12 Aprill 1562 buried 
at S* Buttobi Aidersgate 



Bumell 
Christian 



William Bumell=EUzabeth d. of 



of Wynkbume in 
Com. Nottingham 



John Cordall 
of London 



Edward 
Bumell 



Constance uz. Thomas Sutton 
of Ejng's Mead in Com. 
Darby M^ 60 A^ 1611 



William Bumell=Dorathey d. & sole heire of Humfrey Katherynes 



of Wynkbome 



of Quarendon in Com. Lester (Lincoln Harl. 1400) 



Acton Bumell William 
14) yere old 1614 Bumell 



I 

Thomas 
Bumell 



Francis BumeU 
Elizabeth 



I 



I 
Dorathey uz. 

Ghjrvase Strelley 

of Beaucliff in 

Com. Darby 



Edward 



*1. 'WiHiam Bumell of London k Constance hb wiffe, shee died the 12 of Aprill 1662. in St. 
Botolph's Church without Aldengate, London. 
BuRirFi.L impalit^, quarterly per fits indented or and azure, a bend gulet. 

2. In Wynkbume Church in Nottinghamshire Bumell Lord thereof in the glas windowet. 
Argeui, a lion rampant sabte, on a bordure gulee eight einqurfoUs aryeut, 

8. Willm. Bumell Auditor to K. H. 8 died An* 1671| on a tombe in Wynkbume Church. 
Argent, a lion rampant eable, on a bordure yules eight bezants. 



100 



THE VISITATION OP THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



Henerj SanderBonn of Standby in Com. York 



Cbristopher Sandersonn of Stirrop=Dyoni8 d. of . . . Barber of Rowley 
in Com. Nottingham in Com. York 



I 

8. Eobert Sandersonn of^Elizabetb d. of Bic. Carr 
Blyth in Com. Notting- of Ecdesfield in Com. 
ham York 



1. • . . San- 
dersonn 



I 

2. . . . San- 
dersonn 



William Sander8onn=Anne d. of Edward Oell of Lightwood in 



of Blyth 1614 



Com. Darby 



Eobert Sandersonn 8 yere old 1614 Elizabeth 



Mary 



§lwfl6; 



AxiHS. Azure, an a /est eotised or, three leopards* faces aules, 

Cbest. a demi-Moor vested gules, the sleeves argent, holding in his dexter hand a 

gem ring and round his neck a collar or, entwined round the temples with a 

Ufreath of the second and azure, 

Qeffrej Leigh of Southwell in Com.==: Agnes d. of . . . Conyers of Sockbome 
Nottingham 



I 
Eeignald Leigh of Southwell=Dorathey d. of Edward Thurland of Gamston in 

Com. Nottingham 



I 
Bndgett d. of Robert Sotherby=&erva8 Leigh al's Lee=. . . 2 wiffe 
of Pocklington 1 wiffe of Southwell 1614 



I 



Leigh 



Gerva8e=Elizabeth d. of S' William Thomas Leigh Scissely Dorathey 

T — ^u Ayliffe of Brettays in Com. — Leigh 

Essex K* & Baronett William Leigh — 

— Bridgett 
Myles 



Wilham Leigh 8 month old 20 September 1614 



Barbara 



*!• T i[!!!*T^**^ of Leeyoa ihall find more at large in the uieeetation of Kent from whench 
tluB JeflWy Lee u deoended. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



101 






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102 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGnAM. 



SfiBilloujsi)^^. 



Arms. Argent^ two hart gules^ charged with three water bougets or. 
Cr£ST. An owl argent, beaked, legged, and crovmed or. 



William WiUoughby of Normanton upon Sore in Com. Nottingham 
T" 



Gilbert Willougbby =rpanci8 d. S' William Willoughby =. . . d. of . . . 



of Normanton 



of William of Aston in Com. Oxon 
Walkedjne Knt. & of Carlton in Com. 

Nottingham 



Yong of Rick- 
mansworth in 
Com. Hertfford 



William Willoughby of==Su8an d. of William Moulton Mary sister and heire to 
Normanton 1614 of ... in Com. Gloster Wm. ux» Edw Manley of 

ob. B. p. Shipley in Com. Leic 



Willoughby Manley of Thomyhills Hou8e=Prudence dau. & coh. of Thomas Stone 



in Com. Staff. let. 29 years A^ 164*7 



of Elson (Carson) in Com. Derby 



Willoughby Stone Manley 
Sonne & heire almost a 
yeare old May 1647 



in 

Anna set. 3. 
Mary cet. 2. 



Willoughby 
of Carlton 



=Anne d. of S' 
Bichard Wort- 
ley of Wortley 
in Com. York 
Knt. renupt S' 
George Morton 
of Milbome in 
Com. Dorsett 
Knt. & Baronet 



I 



John EUzabeth Margerett Anne ux. 

ob. s. p. ux. S' An- ux. Thomas S[ Simon 

— thony Pell Paramore 

William of Dymble- of . . . in 



Norwich 
of 



ob. s. p. by in Com. Com. Kent Bramp- 



Lincon 
Knt. 



ton in 
Com. 
Northton 
Knt. 



ilu 



William Willoughby of Carlton==. . . d. & heire of Pewsey ... in Com. Nottingham 



. . . Willoughby sonn 
& heire 1631 



I . 
. . . Willoughby 

1 daughter 



I 

. . . Willoughby 
2 daughter 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHiVM, 103 



f^oltofte. 



Asms. Sable^ three concert* heads eouped and erect ardent. 

Alexander Holtofte of Fliiit-=Elizabeth sister of . . . 
ham in Com. Nottingham Whitmore of Caunton 



Walter Holtofte of=Anne d. of John North 



Flintham 1614 



of Lowdham 



I I I 

Bobert Holtofte 13 Anne 

yere old 1614 — 

Elizabeth 



Abms. Quarterly ;— 1. Argent, a bend double eotised and in chief a martlet (for 
difference) sable, 2. Ermine, a fret sable. 8. Argent, on a bend sable three 
martlets of the field. 4. Per fess sable and argent six fleurs-de-lis counter- 
changed. 

CjEtssT. A hawk proper, belled or, preying on a grey rabbit vulned in the head gules. 

Bichard Cludd of Cludley in Com. Sallop 



WiUiam Cludd of Orleton=. . . d. & heire of Orleton of Orlton 



William Cludd of Orleton=. . . d. of Wm. Brereton of Com. Chester 



Thomas Cludd of Orleton=:. . . d. of Peter Tel Thomas Corbett of Lee 

in Com. Salop (" Peter " Harl. 1400) 



Thomas Cludd of=^Bose d. of John Aston of 



Orleton 



Tixsall in Com. Stafford 



icD 



Bichard Cludd o£=Elizabeth d. of W» Stevenson of DodhiU 



Orleton 



(Dothell Harl. 1400) in Com. Sallop 



Thomas Cludd=Aime d. & coheire of GriflBth Hinton 



of Orleton 
80 H. 8 



of Hinton in Co. Salop Esq. 

Abms. Argent, in chitftwo estoiles, and in base three 

arrows two in saUire and Qne in pale, flighted argent, 

barbed aaure, banded gules. 



104 



flT 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



A| 



I 
Edward : 

Cludd of 

Orleton 



da. & coheire Thomas 01udd= 
to John Best of Arnold in 



of Acham in 
Co. Salop 



Com. Notting- 
ham 1614i 



^Allice d. of Sichard 
Thomas Salle J — 
of Arnold in William 
Com. Notting- 
ham 



Elizabeth 
ux. Wm. 
Leech of 
Com. 
Chester 



Samwell Cludd 
17 yere old 
1614 



Mary 
ux. . . . 
Bayly 



\ 
Anne uz. 

Bobert 

Nodell 



I I 
Elizebeth 

Thomas 
Cludd 



Edward 
Cludd 



II 

Susan AUice 

Amy Martha 

Sarha 



Thomas Cludd = 
son & heire 



=da. & sole heire to Coston 
of Coston in Co. Salop 



I 
Edward Cludd: 

2^ Sonne 



:da. to Hopton 
Hopton 



I 



Beawtrix da. & 
sole heire 



I 



Charles Cludd son & heir 
lets. 8 a' Ao 1614 



An indenture of marrage betwene Bichard Cludd of Orleton in Com. Salope Bsq. & GrifTeth 
Hinton of Hinton in the eaid Conntey eeq. on the other party for a niariadge to bee nad betwene 
Thomas sonne & heire to the said Bichard, and Agnes one of the daughters k cobeires of t&e sayd 
GriffinHintonofHinton Ann^'SOH. 8. ' 



Ballam. 



Abms. Sdblef a griffin segreaiU ermine beaked and armed or, 
Cbest. a demi'gr{ffin ermine beaked or. 

Phillip Ballard of Greenwich in Com. Kent=Joane d. of Edward Eitzwilliams 



William Ballard of Southwell=Anne d. of Lunn of Welley 

* ^^ ^T J J * 1 * ^^ ^T 11*1 



in Com. Nottingham 



in Com. Nottingham 



I 



Henery Ballard of Southwell=Elizabeth d. of Thomas Townesend of Testerton 



1614 



in Com. Nottingham (Norff. Harl. 1400) 



Thomas Ballard 
14 yere old 1614 



Catherin 
Anne 



William Ballard 
Phillip Ballard 



I 
Elizabeth 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM, 



105 



i^erturflS* 



Abms. Quarterly: — 1. Per pale ardent and azure^ a chevron between three chaplets, 
all couriterchanged, Yebbubgh. 2. Argent, a rose between six cross erosslets 
fitehed gules, Belhtgeb. 8. 8able, a chevron between eight cross erosslets 
argent, TeT8. 4. Argent, a chevron engrailed azure between three birds vert, 
beaked and legged gules. At well. 6. Sable, tvoo lions* gambs erased saltirewise 
argent. Legbobnb. 6. Ghtles, a fess hwmeitee argent, in chief three griffins* 
heads erased or, Adbypok. On a shield of pretence, Argent three whales' heads 
erased and erect sable. Wka llet. 

Cbest. a hawk belled or, preying upon a mallard vulned in the head proper, 

Eustace Yerburgh An® 1066 



Bobert Yerburgh 6 H. l=Maude d. of S>^ Lambert Mumby 



r 

Lambert Yerburgh==. . . d. of Artlier 

Ormesbj 



S' Thoma8=Brid5ett d. of S' 



Atwell 



PhilBp Kyme Knt. 



John Yer-=Ur8ula d. of 
burgh Baffe Hom- 

berston 



Thoma8=Yr8ula d. of S' Anne 



Raffe Yer-= 
burgh 12 
King John 



Atwell 



Wm Leech 
Ent. 



Margerett 



:Anne d. of S' 
Wm. Staine 
Ent. 



I 
James • 

Atwell 



:. ..d.ofS' 
Thomas Bussan 
Ent. 



Bobert Ghnstopher 
John 



Bobert Yer-: 
burgh 



=. . . d. of fif John 
Bissam Ent. 



Baffe At.: 
well 



:Ghri8tian d. of Thomas John 
. . . Pigott ob. yong 



William Yer- 
burgh 



^icni 



Bichard Yer-: 
burgh 



:Beatrix d. of S' Geffrey 
Auk Ent. 



^Cassandra d. of S' 
Bichard Mable- 
thorpe Ent. 



mn At-= 



r 



John At-= Julian d. of Ha- Marian 



well 



mond Upton 



Hamond: 
AtweU 



=Grace d. of Thomas 
John Okonor — 

John 



Baffe 



Bobert Yer-: 
burgh 



Jssabell d. 
of S' John 
Orby Ent. 



I 



John At-=. . . d. & sole 



well of 
Legbome 



heire of . . . 
Legbome of 
Legbome 



S' John: 

Billing 

Ent. 



William Yerburgh= 
of Yerburgh in 
Com« Lincoln 



:. . . d. of Thomas 
Angeuine (An- 
geuille Harl. 1400) 



Jonn Atwell= 
of Legbome 

B 



=Margerett 
d. & heire 
of S' John 
Tey 



:. . . d. & sole 
heire of 
Adripan 



I 



i' Walter 
Billing 
Ent. 



oT 



106 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



icoi 



A_l 



B| 



c| 



Bicbard Terburgh=Joane d. & heir of John Attwell of Leg- S' John Billing 



of Terburgh 



home 



^illi 



Ent. 
T 



William Yerbargh=l8sabell d. & heire of Sir John Billing Ent. 



icnard 



Bichard Yerburgh==Elizabeth d. of ThomaB Moyne 



Agnes d. of S'= 
John Skipwith 
1 wiffe 



:Charle8 Yerburgh^ 
of Yerburgh in 
Com. Lincoln 



#ich 



:Elizabeth d. of 
Martin New- 
comen 2 wiffe 



I 

Margerett ux. 
Thomas Bard of 
North Eelsej 



Bichard Yerburgh=Margerett d. of Thomas Porting- 



of Yerburgh 



ton (Bovington Harl. 1400) 



Charles Yerburgh: 
of Yerburgh 1662 



:Elizabeth d. of Hum- Anne ux. Bichard Mary ux. Thomas 
frey Litlebery of Boberts yeoman Staunton of • 



Hi^orthiDgham 



Staunton-r 



I 



Bichard Stanton 



William: 
Yer- 
burgh 
15d2 . 



sEllenor d. of 
Thomas Clifford 
of Brackenburgh 
in Com. Lincoln 



I 



John 
Yerburgh 



I I 

Charles 
Yerburgh 

George 



II I . 

Francis Fayth ux. 
— Bandolfe 
Thomas Wade of 
Windsore 



Anne 



Peter Yerburgh not one yere old 1692 



Chnstophei 
Yerburgh 



=. . . d. & heire of MaWerett 
John Michell ux. John 

al's Copland Dyon 



Ursula 1 ux. . . . Wall 
2 to Thomas Hall of 
Yerburgh 



Jonn Yerburgh Anne ux. John Brugh Elizebeth 



I 
Edmond: 

Yerburgh 



:Ma^erett d. 
of Vincent 
G-rantham 



Bryan 
Yerburgh 



Barbara 
ux. Wm. 
Darby 



I 
Bridgett 

ux. . . . 

Badley 



Joane ux. 

Nicholas 

Thomock 



Charles Yerburgh of WiUoughby: 
in the Parish of Norwell in Com. 
Nottingham 1614 



:Elizabeth'd. & heire 
of William Whaley 
of Newark 



Heroey 
Yerburgh 
26 yere 
old 1614 



I 
Barbara 

ux. Wm. 
Leek of 
Norman- 
ton 



Theodocia Francis ux. 

ux. John Thomas 

Jenkin- Winaley 
Bonn 



Winifl&id 
ux. G^rge 
Fox 



n 

Anne ux. 

Henery 

Eyre 

Mary 



TSE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 107 



Abhs. Gfules, on a chevron argeni between three bezants a trefoil sable, 
Gbbst. a griffin's head erased and collared (Harl. 1400). 

Edward Gliding of Aye in Com. Suff.=Meral)ell d. of . . . Aldham 



I 
Edward &olding==Mary d. of Eichard Godfl&«y of Hendringham in Com. Norff. 



Edward Gt)lding of Colson Bassett in=Ellinor d. of John Throgmorton of Cawton 
Com. Nottinghajn Esq. 1614 in Com. Warwick 



John Gt)lding sonne Frances Oolding Mary Golding 
and heire 1 daughter 2 daughter 



^mtioclk. 



Abms. Q^ar^erly : — 1 and ^. Gfules, two hars gemelles argent, on a chief qf the last 
6 trefoils vert, Psndoce. 2 and 3. Argent^ three hars embattled gules, Babbet. 
Cbebt. a pelican or issuant out qfa tower ^ and vulning herself gules, 

"William Pendock of Gotherton=Margerett d. of Eichard 



in Com. Gloster 



Heyton of Hey ton 

Argent 6 trrfoiU 3, 2, ^ \, vert. 



Eichard Fendcock of Tolla8ton=Maud d. and heire of Thomas Barry of 



in Com. Nottingham 



Tollaston in Com. Nott. Esq. 



William Pendock of Tollaston—Ellinor d. of . . . LoTott 



John Pendock of Tollaston 1614= Frances d. of Eichard Parkins of Bunney. 



Eicnard Pendock Gervase John Barrey George Elizabeth 

19 yere old 1614 Pendock Pendock Pendock Pendock 



108 



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THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



l^t^ntfi* 



Abms.* Chequd or and gules^ on a bend vert a leopard*9 face between two annulets 

or, a canton ermine, 
Cbest. An arm is9uant out of clouds proper, holding in the hand three roses or, 

stalked and leaved vert, {The roses proper in Marl. 1400.) 

Bobert Seynea of Stanford in Com. Nottin^am = 

descended from Beynes of Clifton in Com. Buckingham 



. . . d. of . . . Arme-=Nichola8 Beynes of=Florence d. of . . . Brad- 
strong of Kemp- - - - - . . ^ 

ston, 1 wiffe 



Stanford 



shaw of ... in Com. 
Lester 2 wiffe 



Andrew 
Beynes 



I 

Margery 
ux. . . . 
Calde- 
cott 



Catherin 
ux. . . . 
Chamber 



Bobert Beynes: 
of Stanford in 
Com. Notting- 
ham Esq. 1614 



I 



:Dorathey d. of Joyce ux. William Barett 
William Barrett of Wimswold brother of 
of Wimbeswold Dorathey & sonn & heir 
in Com. Lester of William Barrett 



Elizabeth 



Mary 



Dorathey only daughter 
2 yere old 1614. s. p. 



Jane mar. to Tho. Wayte 
of Butland Esq. 



Thomas 



I 

John 



I 

Bobert. 



Dorathey 



n 

Jane 



* Theae Armes and Crest was graunted to Bobert Beynes of Stanford in Com. Nottingham 
prinoipall GoloUmith to Q. Mary 1668 per William Harrej Clarenoeux. 



Abms. Azure, three estoiles pierced argent, 

John Widmerpoole of Widmerpoole in Com. Nottingham 



Edward Widmerpoole of Widmerpoole==Dorathey d. of . . . Danby of . 

Com. York 



. in 



Anne d. of . . . Ghrim-= William Widmerpoole =^4Jine d. of Thomas Haselwood of 



ston of Neede in 
Com. York 1 wiffe 



of Widmerpoole 



Beton in Com. Butland 2 wiffe 



Gheor^ Widmerpoole=Jane d. of Termyn Thomas 



of Widmerpoole 
1614 



Bussell of Toceter — 

Hugh 



Irancis 

William 

Edmond 



i 



enery 
Hugh 



Thomas Widmerpoole 
15 yere old 1614 



^ I 

Joseph Wid- 
merpoole 



G-eorge Wid- 
merpoole 



Margerett Mary 



Anne 



Joane 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



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THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



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THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. Ill 



i^oie;. 



Bobert Lord Boos of Hamlake=l8Babell d. of William King of Scotts 



I 
2. Bobert Boos of=Margerett d. & heire of Peter 



WerkA 
KendaU 



Bruse of Kendall Lord of 
Skelton 



4\i 



1. William Lord Boos of 
Hamlake a quo Com. 
ButlandT^ 



William Boos Baron=Danrogill d. of Allan Lord of Gallowaj Constable 



of Kendall 



of Scotland newphew to the King 



2. William Boos Lord= 
of Ligmanthorpe 



)bert 



1. Bobert Lord Boos of Kendall, of wbome coms 
William Parr Marques of Northampton and Queue 
Catherin wiffe to King H. 8 and Anne wiffe to 
Wm. Erie of Pembrooke 



S' Bobert Boos Lord of Igmanthorpe & Steeton & many 
other lands in Com. York 



>Dert 



Bobert Boos wa8=Elizabeth d. of S' John 



Lord of St6eton 
in Com. York 



Midleton of Stokeld 
in Com. York Knt. 



William Boos was 
Lord oflngman. 
thorpe-r 



>hn 



John Boos of Laxton in=. . ^ eldest d. & coheire of S' Myles 



Com. Nottingham 



Etton of G-illing Knt. 



William Boos of=Ellinor d. of Christopher Wandisford 



Laxton 



of Kirklington 



Humffirey Boos of=. . . d. of . . . Bestwoold of The Yache in 



Laxton 



Com. 



I 



Francis Boos of=. . . d. of Thomas Skrimshire of Norbury in 



Laxton 



Com. Stafford Knt. 



Agnes d. of ■ 
S' James 
Harvy Knt. 
Maior of 
London 1 
wiffe 



I 
iPeter 

Boos 
of 

Lax- 
ton 



:. . . d. & heire 
of Bobert 
Boos of Ig- 
manthorp 



J 



ary ux. Tho- 
mas JSroughton 
of Broughton in 
Com. Stafford 



2 Thomas: 
Boos 



=Anne d. of 
. . . Pirton 
of ... in 
Com. Nott- 
ingham 



112 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



A| 



Anne ux. S* 
GriflBn 
Markham 
Knt. 



B 



i 



I 

Gilbert=. . . d. of . 



Boos 



Orrell of 
South Caue 
sister of 
Peter 



I 



c| 



Peeter 
Boos 



I I 

EranciB=Elizabetli John 
Boos d. Peter Boos 
of Lax- Orrell of 
ton South Caue 

1614 in Com. York 



d. & heire 



Bichard Boos of Torksey in Com. Lincon 



Thomas 
Boos ob. 
B. p. 



Henery 
Boos of 
Snenton 



William Boos of East Barre in Laxton=. . . d. of . . . 
in Com. Nottingham Darwen 



Bichard Boos=. . . d. & heire 



of Snenton 
in Com. 
Nottingham 



of . . . Warren 
of Snenton 



Edward: 
Boos of 
Laxton 



: Agnes d. of Anthony 
Colly of Glaston in 
Com. Butland 



Greorge 
Boos ob. 
s. p. 



Edward Boos: 
of Ashwell in 
Com. But- 
land 1618 



:Mary d. & heire 
of John Castlin 
of Ashwell in 
Com. Butland 



Joane uz. Thomas 
GK)mey of Mam- 
hatn in Com. 
Nottingham 



Henery Thomas Boos 
Boos of ynder 
Snenton Shreeue of 

Butland 

1618 



Francis Theodocia ux. 

Boos 25 Leonard Cole 

yere old of Stamfford 

1618 in Com. Lin- 



,1, 



con 



Ellen ux. 
Anthony 
Harston 
of Peter- 
borough 



AUii 



Lce ux. 
John 
Heard of 

Ashwell 



I 

Mary 



Boger Boos of 
manton in Com. 
Nottingham 



Eg-==Catherin d. of 
. . . Levesey 
of Laxton 



honv = 



Anthony 
Boos of 
Laxton 



Elizabeth d. 
of . . • 
Blague 



bL 



Catherm ux. 
John Lewcas 
of London 



"I 



Michell Boos 



.t 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



113 



dfmtom 



Thomas Fenton of Fenton in Com. Nottingham 



.1. 

William Fenton of Fenton=:. . . d. of . . . Abdey of Abdey in Com. York 

..I 

Thomas Fenton of Fenton= Jane naturall d« of . . . Nevell of South Leverton 



Lawrence Fenton of Fenton=Catherin d. of John Leggatt of Stourton 
William (Nicholas Harl. 1400)= Grace d. of Stephen Casely of Charles 



Fenton of Fenton 1614 



... in Com. Devon 



William Fenton of Fenton: 
1614 



:Sara d. of William Fary 
of the He of Wight 



William Fenton 
19 yere old 1614 



Mary 
G-race 



Q-eorge I^enton 
Francis Fenton 



Fenton 



Thomas 
Fenton 



Elizebeth 
Grace 



Blatknall 

Abhs. Per bend or and azure, an eagle displaced, eounter changed. 

This Coatte is borne by the name of Blackenall, but not allowed to this 
man. 



William Blacknall of Eaton in Com. Nottingham 



J 



. . . Blacknall of Eaton 



John Blacknall of Eaton=Elizebeth d. of . . « Barges 

I 



John Blacknall of Eaton 1614==Vrsula d. & coheire of Bichard Francis of Beck- 

ingham in Com. Nott 



n 



George Blacknall 28 John Blacknall 

yere old 1614 — — 

Eoger William 



Thomas Blacknall 



IS. 

Elizebeth 
Q 



114 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



Aymond Southworth of Wellam in Com. Nottingham 

... iT 

Bicnard Southworth of Claborough=Emma d. of . . . Levesey of Keeton in Com 
and Wellam son <& beire Nottingham 



Bobert Southworth of Clabrough==Ellen d. of . . . Harris of Bestropp in 

Com. Nottingham 



Edward Southworth of=Anne d. of Bichard Elsam Elizabeth ux Margerett ux. 
Clabrough and Wei- of West Kadford in Com. George John Otter 

lam living 1614 Nottingham Harnssonn 



Abms. Per pale ermine and azure, afess wavy gules, 

Cbest. a broken arrow-head, the staff or, pheon argent, emhrued gules. 

This coate and crest was granted to John Brodbent by William Camden 
Clarenceux An® 1601 in the 48 yeare of Queene Elizabeth. 

John Brodbent of Staplefiford in Com. Nottingham 1614= 



Asks. Argent, a chevron between three martlets sable. 

William Wymondeswold of Southwell in Com. Nottingham ob.=AgneB d. of . . . 
1520 and l^eth buried in the church of St. Nicholas in Not- Leeke of Cork- 

tingham with these Armes lingstok 

Wtmondeswold impaling argent on a saltire engrailed sable, five 
annulets or. 



Leonard Wymondeswold 



Edward Wymonde6wold=Anne d. of John BiUingay of ... in 



of 



Com. Lincon 



I 
Edmond Wymondeswold= Joane d. of William Leeke of Hallom in Com. 

Nottingham 

I i i 

William Wymondeswold 9 yere old 1614 Mary Frances 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 115 



^ij^ott. 



Abms. Sahlcj three picJcaxes argent, a mullet for difference or, 

Quere the armes, for I think this coate doth not belong to him. 

Thomas Pigott of Weston vppon Trent An® 4 E. 6 



Edmond Pigott=Margerett d. of John Eoby of Duning- 



of Weston 



ton in Com Lester 
Or, a rohuch ppr. 



Margerett d. of John Hand-=Gervase Pigott=Jane d. of John Bradshaw of 



fforth of Kegworth in 
Com. Lester 1 wifife 



of Weston 1614 



Burton vppon Trent in Com. 
Stafford 2 wiffe 



A daughter ob. s. p. Elizabeth 5 yere Jane 4 yere 

old 1614 old 1614 

(Pbom Harl. 1400.) 

Abms. Sable, three pickaxes argent, the handles or, 

Cbest. a greyhound couchant sable, collared argent, the collar garnished or. 

The armes, creast, and descent of Geruas Pigot of Thrumpton in Com. Nott. 
(sonne of Edmond Pigot of Weston vpon Trent, and Margret his wife d. of John 
Roby of Dunington in Com. Leicester sonne of Tho. Pigot of Weston aforesaid 
that lined A^ 4i E. 0) mar' to his first wife margret d. of John Hanforth of Keg- 
worth in the said county of Leicester by whom he had issue onely 2 daughters 
who dyed issuless, his 2^ wifes name was Joane da. of John Bradshawe of Burton 
in the county of iStaff. by who he had issue 2 daughters (viz.) Elizabeth Pigot aged 
5 yeares and Joane Pigott aged 4 yers A** 1614. In w*^** yeare the Visitacon booke 
of Entries of the Q-entry of Nottinghamsheire was made, and therein folio 146 the 
said armes, creast, and descent remaine registred by me. 

Hi. S* George Norroy King of Armes. 



fj^uttiitnson. 

Abms. Per pale gulesand azure,8emeof cross crossletsor,a lion rampant guardant argent, 
Cbest. A cockatrice azure, legged and combed or, 

Thomas Hutchinsonn 



. . I I 

William Hutchin- =. . . d. of . . . Wat- John Hut- 



son n of Owthorpe in 
Com. Nottingham 

A 



sonn of Harby in chinsonn 

Com. Nottingham ^ 



116 



THE ViaiTATION OF THE COUNTY OP NOTTTNGHAM. 



A| 



I 



. . d. of S' George=Thoma8 Hutchin- 
Perpoint of Holme soun of Owthorpe 
Perpointe 1 wifFe 



:. . . d. GteoTge Souch 
of Codnam in Com. 
Derby 



I 

George Hut- 
cbinsonn 



Thomas HutcIun-== Jane d. of Henery Sacheverell 



sonn of Owthorpe 



of Raddiff vppon Sore in Com. 
Nottingham 



Thomas Hutchin-: 
sonn of Owthorpe 
1614 



:Margerett d. of S' John 
Bjron of Newsted in 
Com. Nottingham 



John Hutchinsonn Mary 



Catherin 



Anne 



I 



Jane ux. Francis Gran- 
tham of Goltby in Com. 
Lincon 



Asms. Ardent, three tahaM heads erased sable. 

Margerett d. of=Thoma8 Whalley of=Elizebeth d. of John 
"*' "' Cotgraue in Com. Strelley of Wodbo- 

Nottingham rough 2 wifie 



. . . Mollineux 
1 wiffe 



Waiter Whalley=Sci88eley d. of Francis Broughton 



of Cotgraue 



of Broughton in Com. Stafford 



John "Whalley=Marv d. of William 
of Cotgraue Midleton of Wanes- 
1614 ley 



Vrsulow ux. 

Francis 

Belfeld 



I 
Margerett 

ux. George 

Bossell 



Waiter Whalley 



flT 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINQHAM. 



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Abms. Argent^ on a chief table three griffins* heads erased of the field, 
Cbest. a griffifCs head argent^ gorged with a bar gemel sable, 

Percivall Lyndlej of LyTidley=Ellen d. of William Penfax of 



in Com. York 



Hemgate in Com. Eborom 



"William Lynd- 
ley had no 
yssue male 



=. . . d. <fc heire Thomas = Jane d. of Robert 



of John 
Gt)wland 



Lyndley 



Kighley of New-ball 
in Com. York 



I 

Eobert 
prest 



2 daughters 



Thomas Lynd- 
ley of Al- 
thorpe 



:Margerett d. of Eobert Evers 
of Belton in Com. Lincon 
or the He of Axholme 



^illii 



William Lindley of Skegby: 
in Com. Nottingham 
1569 



Francis Lyndley: 
of Skegby 
1614 



:Margerett d. of William 
Farmery of ... in Com. 
Lincon 



Thomas ==Itose d. of Godfrey Clarke of Somersball 
Lyndley in Com. Darby 



Bichard ob. s. p. 
Baphe ob. s. p. 



David 
Lynd- 
ley 



=Anne d. of 
Eother- 
wood 



:Jane d. of Francis Mollineuz of Taver- Bichard 
shott (Tearshall Harl. 1400) in Com. ob. s. p. 

Nottingham 



John 
Lyndley 



Percivall 
Lyndley 



i^ossfelL 



Abms. Qitarterlg : — 1 and 4. Argent, on a bend sable three roses or, 2. Argent, on a 
chevron azure between three pelicans sable, as many cinquefoils or, 3. Argent^ 
afessfasillg gules, each fusil charged with an escallop or. 

The 1 Coate being the Roses in bend is borne by the name Hawslyn and but 

vsurped by Bossell. 

Simon de Bosell of Cotgraue in Com. Nottingham 



I 
Wilffrid de Bossell 



J 



John de Bossell 



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John do Bossell 17 E. 1 



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120 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



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John de Bossell 11 E. 2 
j" 



JoDn 



de Eossell 21 E. 3 

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Thomas Bossell 

T 

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John Bossell 



Thomas Bossell 



Thomas Bo88elL=. . . d. A heire of Bobert Basille 



Bobert Bossell of Badcljff temp. H. 4 

j" 

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John Bossell 2 H. 5 



John Boesell—Issabell d. of John Babington 



Harold Bossell of Badcljff ypon Trent=Doraihe7 d. of Thomas Cranmer of 
in Com. Nottingham Aslerton in Com. Nottingham 



John Boe8ell==Catherin d. of Henerj Issabell nx. Edward Warham 

Sacheverell of BadclifT of W jngham in Com. Kent 



Jonn 



Boe8ell=Mary d. & heire of Hiomas Cranmer of iuderton 



Oeoi^ Bossell of Baddiffe in==Margerett d. of Walter 



Com. Nottingham 1614 



Whalley of Cotgraue 



Oerrase Bossell 8 jere old 1614 Oeorge Bossell Elisabeth 



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129 



Atkinson. 



A&MS. Quarterly ;— 1 and 4. Araenty an eagle displayed gules ^ leaked and menibered 
azure, an a chief of the last three bezants, Atkinson. 2 and 3. Oules, a chevron 
engrailed between three dolphins embowed argent. Chipekham. 

Crest. A demi^agle displayed or collared azure. 



William Atkin-: 
sonn of Morton 



: Joane d. of John Nicholas Chip- 
Pearsonn of enhamofBows- 

Nottingham mane 



:Elizabeth d. of Hugh Har- 
man of Wales (in Com. 
Warr. Harl. 1400). 



I 



Thomas Atkinsonnof Nottingham=Elizabeth d. & sole heire of Nicholas Chipenham 



John Atkinsonn of= Anne d. of Richard Morrey of the towne 



Nottingham 1614 



of Nottingham. 



Elizabeth d. & sole heire 15 yere old 1614 



l&pnlie. 



Abms. Chiles, a chevron between three hinds or, a erescerU argent for difference. 
CsEST. On a coronet or^ a cockatrice or, comb and legs gules, charged with a crescent 
for difference. 

Thomas Lyon of Ferifare in Com. Midlesez. 



I 

Augustin Hynde==Elizabeth d. of S'=S' John Lyon Henery Lyon of=Dorathey 

Knt. Maior of Com. Lincon 
London 2 hus- 



Alderman and 
Shreffe of London 
1561 ob. 12 Au- 
gust 1554 



Bichard Lee ob. 
10 July 1569 



band ob. s. p. I 

Eicnard Lyon=. 



Ellin ux. John Joane 1 m. to John 
Dormer sonn of Starkey 2 to John 
S'^ Baffe Dormer ^Louie (Louis Uarl. 

1400) 3 to Edm' 

Oresham 



2. Augustine: 
Hynd of the 
IimerTemple 
in London 



:Aime d. of 

Eichard 

Lyon 



rAgnes d. of 
. . . Smyth 



I 

Henrey 
Lyon 



Augustin Hynd 
of Laxton in Com. 
Nottingham 1614 



Bichard = 
Hynd of 
Laxton 



:. . . d. of Bobert Glover 
Somersett Herald 



Henery Hynd 
Elizebeth 



Bobert Hynd 6 yerc old 1014 



s 



130 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



U 

1 Bowland Hynd of Hedsore = 
in Com. Buckingham & of the 
Inner Temple 



=Elizabeth d. of S' Rob* Dniry 
of S* Gile Chalmffant in 
Com. Buck. 



1 Andrew Hynd 8 Rowland 

2 William Hynd 



8 Edward Hynd 
4 John Hynd 



I I 
Elizebeth 

Anne 



Bot^son. 



John Dobsonn of Gainsborough in Com. Lincon 



Christopher Dob8onn=Elizabeth d. of 
of Gtdnsborough Robert Thomhill 



Hugh Dobsonn of=Elizebeth d. of George 



Gainsborough 1614 



Andersonn of Ragnell 



i 

Richard Dobsonn 9 yer old 1614 



Joane ux. John William- 
sonn of Gainsborough 



Elizebeth 



WidXktx. 



Asms. Argent three annulets within an orle of cinquefails sable. 
Crest. A buck trippant vert, attired or, 

Gregory Walker of Man8feld= Agnes d. of 
in Com, Nottingham Richardsonn 



. . • 



George Walker of =Elizebeth d. of John Digby 



lL 



Mansfeld 1614 



of Mansfeld Woodhouse 



Ailice ux. Thomas Stringer of 
Nerton in Com. Darby 1611 



John Walker 1 
yere old 1614 



Gertrude 
Elizebeth 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 131 



Bantri. 



Arms. Vert a griffin segreant and in chief three escallops or. 
Cbest. On a mount vert a swan or, toings sable, beaked gules. 

The Armes and Crest was graunted to Eowland Dand AP 1575, 21 of Eliz. 

Oliver Daode of Churcholme in Com. Chester 



Oliver Dande of Mansfeld in Com. Nottingham 



. . . d. of . . . Barlow: 
of Mansfeld in Com. 
Nottingham 1 wiffe 



=Eowland Dand of Mans- 
feld in Com. Notting- 
ham 1614 ob. 1623 



^Margery d. of Lawrance Wood- 
noth of Sheuington in Com. 
Chester ob. 18 May 1617 2 wiffe 



I 
Francis: 

Dand 



:Issabell d. of John 
Todd of ... in 
Com. Huntington 



I 

Timothey 



I I 

Margerett 
Dorathey 



Issabell ux Ghi- 
briell Brunce 



Bowland Dand 14 yere old 1614 



I 

John Dand 



.1 
Oliver Dand 



Wii^mm. 



Abms. Quarterly: — 1. Per Jess or and sable a maunch counterchanged. Wight- 
man. 2. Oules on a chevron between three roses (urgent as many escutcheons of 
the field. Wodam. 3. Argent a cross pattde jiory gules. Tbussell. 4. Azure 
on a chevron ermine three cross crossletsfitched sable. ILetnolds. 

Cbest. On the stump of a tree proper a buck trippant argent, collared chained and 
attired or. 



Thomas Wightman of 
Burbage in Com. Lester 



Thomas=Allice d. & sole heire of 



Wodam 



Geffrey Trussel of Stamford 



Bichard Wightmanof BiLrbage==Scisseley d. & heire of Thomas Wodam 



Thomas Wightman 
of Burbage 



Kiehard Wightman= 
of Burbage ^ 



William Wightman of Wykin 
in Com. Lester 

"T 

:Mary d. & heire of Eobert Eeynalds 
of Braunsonn in Com. Leic. 



132 



m 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTT OF NOTTINGHAM. 



A| 



Thomas Wightman of: 
Stoke in Com. Nottingb 



Catherin d. of Michell Purefoy 
of Calcott in Com. Warwick 



Bichard Wight-: 
man of Stoke 



: Francis d. of Lancelott 
AlfFord of . . .in Com. 
Surrey 



I I 

Vallen- Edward Wightman of 
tyne Hinckley in Com. Lester 



Anne d. of William=Thoma8 Wightman=Elizebetb d. of John Hacker of East- 



Cooper of Thurgarton 



of Stoke Esq' 1614 bridgfford in Com. Nottingham 2 wifie 



I 
William Wightman 2 yere old 1614 



G^eorge Wightman=Margerett d. of Thomas Starkey 

of Whitaker Hall 



'illiam= 



William: 
Wight- 
man 



Elizebeth d. 
of Thomas 
Greene 



I 

Thomas= 
Wight- 



=Elizebeth d. & 
coheire of . . . 
Willington 



Bobert 
Wightman 

Samwell 
Wightman 



James 
Wightman 

Bichard 
Wightman 



Elizebeth 



Margerett 



Sif^ttbxocikt. 



Abmb. Voir, a chief or, on a lend guUs three mullets of the second, a crescent for 

difference. 
Cbebt. a horse^s head erased argent, charged with three harrulets and maned gules, 

Bobert Sherbrooke of Tizshall in Com. Derby. 



Thomas 
Sherbrook 



Bobert Sherbrooke=Allice d. of John Brailesford of 

... in Com. Darby 



Thomas Sherbrooke of Oxton in Com.= 
Nottingham. 



Elizebeth d. of William Hall of Saxendall 
in Com. Nottingham. 



Bobert Sherbrooke of Oxton 1614=Mary d. of John Savill of Oxton 



I 

Thomas Sherbrook setat 
14 yere old 1614 



I I 
Margerett 

Elizebeth 



THE VISITATION OP THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 133 



ISroolkesI)^* 



Arms. Barry ^ nehule of six, ardent andsahle, a canton gules. 
CfiEST. A hoar's head erect gules, tusked argent. 

In Harl. 1400 the canton is char&^ed with a mullet or, and the ears of the boar's 
head are or, and this note ** noe mullet in the visitacon in the canton." 

John Brookesby of Sywoldby al's Sholdby in Com. Lester temp. E. 3. 

"T 



William Brookesby of Shouldby. 



"of Bmi 



Henery Brookesby of=Edith d. of Bmme ux. Thomas Barkley 



Shouldby 



Bracebridge of Wymondham 



I I 

Emme d. of . . . Mylles of= William Brooke8-=Elizebeth d. and heire of Anne ux. 
... in Com. Darby 1 wiffe by of Shouldby . . . Staunton 2 wiff. . . . Wal- 

cott 

Bobert Brookesby of Shouldby=Allice d. of . . . Sherley of Staunton 



Antnony Brookesby of Shouldby Eobert Brookesby 

I T 

I ^ I 

Sichard Brookesby of Shouldby Com. Lester Humfrey Brookesby 
j" 

Thomas Brookesby of Broughton=Margerett d. of John Wake of Epe- 



in Com. Lester 



sonn in Com. Nottingham 



Thomas Brookesby of Broughton= Joane d. of Thomas Franck of Broughton 

n n I v\ 

Wuliam Brookesby Eichard Brookesby Frances Elizabeth 

10 yere old 1619 — Brookesby — 

— Eobert Mary 

John Brookesby 



Barthelmew Brookesby of Melton=Anne d. of S' John Villers 



Mowbray in Com. Lester 



of Brookesby 



Eictiard Brookesby 1 William Brookesby of Ehzabeth Thomas Brookesby 
of Melton Mowbray Melton Mowbray in ux. Hen. of Much Bradley m 

Com. Lester Turner Com. Suff 



B 



134 



THE VISITATION OF THE COXJNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



I 



B| 



Gheorge Brookesby of=Elizabeth d. of 



Staplcfiford in Com. 
Lester 



Phillip Brookes-: 
by of Staplefiford 
1619 



Edward Good- 
win of Staple- 
fford 



Francis Brookesby 
of Kilvington in 
Com. Nottingham 



Thomas Brookesby 
Lunatick 



bert = 



=Alliee d. of Mary ux. Robert 

Thomas Michell Paule Brookes 
of Coston in Com. Abney byofKil 
Lester (Colston of Lester vington 
Harl. 1400) 1614 



I 



Bridgett Barthel- 

d. of Eobert mew 
Barwick of Brookes 
BulcottinCom. by. 
Nottingham 



I 

George Brookesby 
3 yere old 1619 



I. 
Phillip Brookesby 



Hebecka 1 da. 
19 yere old 1614 



Bersaby 
Catherin 



3Brcime. 



Abms. Quarterli/ : — 1 and 8. Sable, on a chevron argent three sprigs of broom vert, 
2. Vert, freity or, 3. Gules, on a fess azure between nine billets argent three 
lions passant or, 4. Azure, a fess dancettee between six escallops argent. 5. 
Argent, a lion passant paly or and sahle between three dolphins embowed of the 
last, all within a tresaure flory purpure, 6. Sable, three helmets argent, 
7. Argent, an estoile gules. 

Cbest. a cock argent, wings elevated azure, beaked combed legged and wattled gules. 

Henery Brome of Brome=Elizebeth d. & heire 



Hall in Com. York 



of 



Snayth 



I 



Stephen Brome of=Elizebeth d. & heire of Wm. Whitmore 



Brome Hall 



of Calueton in Com. Nottingham 



I 



EHzebeth d. of James Holmes=Henery Brome of Calve-== 
of Hampole Abbey in Com. 
York 1 wiffe 



ton in Com. Nottingham 
Esq' 1614 



Catherin d. of Gabriell 
Odingsells of Bull- 
court 2 wiffe 



Dorathey d. of Wm.=Thomas=Allice d. & heire Gtervase Henery Brome 



Cartwright of 
Ossington 1 wiffe 



Brome 



of Gregory Hen- Brome 
son 2 wiffe 



Stephen Brome 
Elizebeth 



Catherin 



I 

Henery Brome 
10 yere old 1614 



Thomas 
Brome 



Elizebeth 
Margerett 



J, 



ensonn Brome 



Gregory Brome 



James Brome 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 135 

Abms. Argent^ a huck*8 head caboshed and in chief a mullet Jbr difference gules. 

. . . Gamon of South Muskam in Com. Nottingham 



>nn 



John Gamon=Margerett d. of . . . Denman 



Andrew Gamon== Allice d. of Baffe Marshall of Muskham 



4 



illiam G^mon of Bran- = Anne d. of John Crosley 



brough in Com. Lester 



of . . .in Com. Darby 



John Gamon of Carlton=Allice d. of Thomas Eobin- 



in Com. Nottingham 



son of Kellam 



Henery Gamon of=Catherin d. of Nicholas Swyneborae of 
Carlton 1614 Greate Gransden in Com. Huntington 



John Gamon 12 Edward Elizebeth Issabell 

yere old 1614 Gamon — — 

Mary Catherin 



136 



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THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



Wimmt 

Abhs. Quarterly:—!. Azure, three quatref oils argent. 2. Barry nehuli of four or 
and gules, on a chief argent three birds sable, 8. Argent, a chevron sable be- 
ftoeen three boars* heads gules, a bordure engrailed, 4. Argent, a cinquefoil 
azure. 5. Qtuirterly, 1 and 4. Or, three piles meeting in base gules a canton 
voir. 2 and 8. Or, afess gules. 6. Or,fretty sable. 

Cbbst. a demi-ram sable, collared and armed or. 

S' Eobert Colvile Kiit.=Scissely 



S' Hugh Colvile Knt. 

j" 

I 
S^ Walter Colvile Knt. 



S' Hugh Colvile Knt. 



Allice d. of=S' Eaphe Bassett of Sabcotts 

Knt. 24 E. 1 



=Sib 



Sibbell d. & 
heire 



Simon Bassett ob. before=Is8abell d. of William 



his Father 20 R 3 



Boteler Baron of Wem 



I 
S^ William Bassett 

Knt. 10 £. 8 



I 



Sibbell d.of ailes=S^ Eaffe Bassett=Allice d. ofJohn Orby 
Ashley 1 wiffe 



of Sapcotts 
K*2E.2 



widdow of Bobert 
Touchett K* 



Edward Bassett 
of Sapcotts ob. 
8« p. 6 E. 3 



S' Eobert Moton: 
of Feckleton in 
Com. Lester 



: Allice d. & heire of 
S' Baffe Bassett 
SBtat 80, 2 B. 2 



Elizebeth ux. Bich- 
ard Lord Grey of 
Codnor 



Ellinor ux. John 
Fitzwilliams of 
Sprotbome 



Margerett (Margery) 1=S' Eobert Moton of=Elizebeth 2 wiffe d. of 



wiffe d. of . . . MaUory 



Feckleton 



. . . Bugg 



Eeginald Mo-: 
ton of Feckle- 
ton 



Moton 



:Margerett d. of Thomas Grime8-==. . . d. of W^^^*°^'='-'^*^g®" 

. . . Turvile by of Drake- 

widdow of . . . low 
Bugg 



Hare- 
court 



Elizabeth d. & coheire 
ux. Eeginald Foole 
of Eadbome in Com. 
Darby 



^ — 



Anne d. & co-: 
heire renupt 
Eic. Water- 
ton 

B =7= c 



gerett 



: William Grimes- 
by of Drakelow 
38 H. 6 



ibert= 



Eobert 
Moton 



FhiUip da. 
& heire of 
. . . Wil- 
loughby 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 139 



A I 



I 



Jj 



0\ 



Biclmrd 
Water- 
ton of 



I 



Bichard Vincent of=Aime d. &=Ilichard 

Water- 
ton 2 
husband 



r 



Bl 



I 



Messingham in 
Com. Lincon 20 
E. 4 



Jane d. & Anne d. of' 
heire ux. William 
Eic. Slory 1 

Everard of wyffe 
Shenton 



sole heire 
of William 
Grimesby 



Edmund Elizebeth ux. 
Moton S' John 
s. p. Harrington 

Knt. 



J 
= George Vmcent of 

Peckleton ob. 7 

Q. EHzebeth 80 

yeres of age m. to 

nis 2 wiffe . . . d. 

of Bernard but 

no yssue by her 



=Anne d. of 
Peter Coles 
of Preston 
in Com. 
Northamp- 
ton 3 wiffe 



S'^ James Harring- 
ton Knight 



J 



I 

John Lord Har- 
rington 



Clement 

Edward (son 
& heire 
Harl. 1400) 



2 Thomas 

4 Gilbert 

5 Anthony 



Jane 1 m. to Nicholas 
Pureffoy of Drayton 2 
to Wm. Faunt of 
Foston 



Mary ux. Francis 
Staresmore of 
FroUesworth in 
Com. Lester 



. . . widdow 
of Hatffeld 
1 wiffe 



=Phillip Vin.== 
cent oyed 
in Ireland 



r 



:Anne d. of Bichard 
Eyre of Hadsock 
in Com. Notting- 
ham 2 wiffe 



Peter Vin- 
cent ob. 
s. p. 



cis Cave of 
Kilby in Com. 
Lester 



George Vincent of Wilfford in= 
Com. Nottingham 1614 



:Elizebeth d. of Robert Goodall 
of Hollowell in Com. Lester 



I I 

G^rvase Vincent 5 yere old 1614 William Vincent 



John Poole of Radbome= Janne da. & heire to John Fitzherbert of Norbury 



G^rmanus Poole=Anna da. to S' Bobert Plumpton Knight 



Francis Poole==Katharen da. to Humfrey Vernon of Hadon 



Gkrman Poole of=Dorothey da. to S' Tho. Cockayne 



Badbome 



of Ashbourne K^ 



I 

Francis Poole sonne: 
& heire s. p. 1569 



=da. to S* Ger- 
rard Croker K* 



I 

S* German 
Poole Knight 



Edwards 
Sonne 



Henrey 4 
Sonne 



140 



THE VISITATION OP THE COUNTY OF NOmNQHAltf. 



SrentitsUp. 



Abms. ^er pale or and sable, a chevron between three eseallope eounierehanged. 
Gbest. An escallop per pale or and sable. 

Per Wm. Flowee Noebot. 

John Brendisley of Brendisley—. . . d. of Geffrey Holmes of 



in Com. Nottingham 



Heynop in Com. Darby 



I 

John Brendisley of Brendisley=. . . d. of . . . Kirkby 



Bobert Brendisley of=£lizebeth d. of Baffe Poole of 



Brendisley 



Wakebridg in Com. Derby 



Catherin d. of=Franci8 Brendis-: 
John Stephen- ley of Brendis- 
sonn of Dot- ley 1569 
tell in Com. 
Sallop ob. s. p. 



^Beatrix d. of G-eor^e 
Novell of Wakebridg 
(of Bagnell Harl. 
1400) 2 wiffe 



Gervase Brendisley 2 
yere old 1569 is or 
Brendisley 1614 



=Mary d. of Edward 
Onley of Catesby in 
Com. Northampton 



Jane uz. Bichard Lewes of Selston in 
Com. Darby (Nottingham Harl. 14(X)) 



I 
Mary 



I 

Mary ux. 

Bobert 

Walker 



I 
Anne 



Scissely 



Copper. 



Abhs. Quarterljf : — 1 and 4. Azure, on a chevron engrailed argent between three 
einquefoils ermine ttoo lions respectant sable, Coopeb. 2 and 3. Argent, on a 
chevron engrailed gules between three martlets azure collared or, as many 
einquefoils argent. Tollet. 

Cbest. a demi-man, his dress divided quarterly and counterchanged argent and sable, 
his sleeves slashed, and holding in his dexter hand a covered cup or, his face 
swart, wreathed round the temples or and azure, on his head a cap of the last. 

William Cooper of Thurgarton= Scissely d. & heire of John 



in Com. Nottingham 



Tolley of London 



I 

Thomas- 
Cooper of 
Thnrgar- 
tonl569 



:Ellinor d. of 
S' Michell 
Stanhop of 
Shelfford Knt. 



William=Anne d. of 
Cooper James 

Mering of 
Bolston 



Bichard 
Cooper 



J 

Glyva ux. 
Edward 
Sutton of 
Averham 



Thomas Cooper 



I 



I 



William Cooper Anne Joane 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



14X 



BowIaiid= 
Sutton 
Argent, a 
canton 
sable 



:. . . cL & 
coheire 



Wi 



button. 



John de Lezinton Lord of Tuxford 
Argent, a cross patonce azure 



I 

Bobert de 
Lexinton 
Cheefe Jus- 
tice of the 
Comon Pies 
Ao 26 H. 8 



liam de Sutton 



John de 
Lexinton 



,.1 . 

Henery de 
Lexinton 
bishop of 
Lincon 



bh( 



the other daugh- 
ter marid to . . • 
Markham 



.1 

Bichard Markham 



I 

Bobert Sutton to whom=Lucia d. & heire 



I 



I 



Henery de Lexington 
gave Ar'am & this Bobert 
gaue it to Bobert sonn 
of Bowland 



of S' Bowland 

Bartram Knt. 

19E. 1 

Or, a lion rampant 

vert 



licD 



Bichard 
Markham 



Bobert Mark- 
ham lined 17 £. 1 
Arms. Argent, on a 
cross patonce azure five 
escallops or. Ex sigillo 
Sobt, de Markham 17 
JE*. 1. In Idttell Mark- 
ham Church in Com, Nott. 
pp'e Tuaifbrd hac arma visuntur. 



Bichard Sutton de Worsop lined An^ 83 £. 1 

£x sigillo Bobt. de Markham 17 R 1. In Littell Markham Church in Com. 
Nott. pp'e Tuxford hsBc arma visuntur. 

Bicardus Sutton de Warsope p* charta* sua' dat' a^ 88 Begni Bg' Ed' dedit 
Agnetse qusd fuit uxor Jacobi ae Sutton maritag' Bici' filij et hsredis Jacobi quon- 
da viri sui quod quidem maritagiu* contingebat dn'o Bic'o Sutton de Worsope 
one' quor'da' ten'tor's qu£B prsed'c us Jacobus pater p'd'ci Bic'i cuius hseres ip'e est 
de dc o Bic'o tenuit in Dene p' seruitiu' miljtare cui quidem charted anexu' erat 
sigillum armor* Dc'i Bic'i Sutton de Warsope tale quale hiq depinxi. 

SsAL. A round seal, on a shield A lion rampant, with the legend, sioili/vm 

BICABDI DE 8TTT0N. 

Bolandus Bartram miles dedit Lucisd fili^B suse uxori Bob'ti de Sutton omnia 
maneria t'r'as et ten'ta suas in Com. Lincoln et Nott. et hsered' suis et in reuer- 
sione Isabellse sororis su£b et hseredibus IsabeUse Dat' apud Lincoln 19 Bg' Edwardi 
Hijs testibus, Bic'o Neuill de Beekebj miUte, Johe' de Skip with de eadem milite, 
Bob'to de Archubus de Warnby milite, cum multis alijs. 

Seal. A round seal, on a shield A lion rampant, with the legend sioilltm bo- 

LAJSCDI D£ BEBTBAM. 



142 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM; 



button. 

Aemb. Quarterly : — 1 and 8. Ardent, a canton sable. Suttok. 2. Or, a lion rampant 
vert, Bartbam. 3. Ardent, a cross patonee azure, Lexinotok. 4. Oules, three 
pickaxes ardent. Piqott. 5. Or, on a fess gules three wqter lougets argent. 
BiNQHAM. 6. Argent, a bend gules, a bordure engrailed of the last. Masters. 
7. Or,' three eaglets purpure. Eodnet. 

Cbest. a fox's head erased gules. 

The following is given in Harl. 1400 for Sutton Lord Lezinton impaling Palmes : — 

Argent a canton sable; impaling, Oules, three fleurs-de-lis argent, a chief vair. 
SUPPOBTEBS. Two lions vert. Motto.—" As God will." 



Sutton of Egram Bowland de Sutton=tlie neece & heire of Jolin de Lexinton 



al's Averham of Averham in 

Yulgo Aram Com. Nottingliam 



of Tuxford & of Henerj Lexington som- 
tyme bishop of Linoon 1254 
Azure, a cross patonee argent 



S' Eobert Sutton=Issal)ell d. & heire of S' Hugh 
of Egram Knt Pigott of Dodington Knt. 
1286 15 E. 1 Gules, three pickaxes argent 



8' James Sutton ob. 1304=Agnes d. of S' John Barre of Torlaton Knt. 

I Argent, three bars embattled gules 

I : ' 1 

Bichard Sutton of= AUiee d. & heire of S' Bichard Bingham Bobert 

Averham ob. 1339 of Bingham Ent. Sutton 

18 E. 8 Or, on a fess gules three water bougets argent 



Bobert Sutton ob. 1369 hP 44 E.=Joane d. & heire of Hen. Musters of Syrston 



3, inqui* 50 E. 3 n« 60 Nott. 



Argent, a bend gules, a bordure engrailed if the last. 



♦S' Bowland Sutton=Margerett d. of S' Hugh Hussey of Flintham Knt. 



Knt. ob. 1397 



Or, on a fess sable a lion passant argent 



I 
Bichard Sutton ob.=Catherin d. of Edmond Fitzwilliams of 
1468 8 E. 4 I Wadworth (Aldwark Harl. 1400) 



* In Harl. 1400 Sir Roland ia made to marry Katheren da. to Sir Henry Hasty and to hare a 
son Henry, who died 1416| married to Margaret Hussey, their son being Bichard, who married 
Catheren Fitzwilliams. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINaHAM. 



143 



A| 



Bobert Sutton^ 
ob. 1500 



r 



:Elizabeth d. of S^" Thomas Stanley of the Pipe Ent. 
Quarterlv^ 1 and 4^, ona bend three bucks' heads caboshed ; 
2 and 3, three cross crossletsfitched and a chirf. 



Henery Sutton dyed: 
in the lifetime of his 
father 1492 



: Allice d. of S' John Biron of Col- 
wick in Com. Nottingham 
Argenty 3 bendlets enhanced gules. 



I 



S' Thomas Sutton=Catherin d. of S' Thomas Bassett of Fledborou^h Ent. 



ob. 152G 



Allice d. of Bran- 
cis Hall of Gran- 
tham in Com. 
Lincon 1 wiffe 
Argetdy three iaU 
bote' heads erased 



Or, three piles meeting in base gules, a canton vavr. 



=1. ^ Ai 



1. S^ Hen. Sutton: 
Knt. m. to his 2 
wiffe . • . widdow 
S* . . . Perpoint 
s. p. 



n 1 

=Allice* d. of Anthony 2. John: 
S' John Har- ob. s. p. Sutton 
ington Knt. — 

& widdow of Bowland 
. . . Flower 



:Zaunche 
d. of 
Cutbert 
Bever- 
cotes 



roi 



Barbara d. & heire ux. Francis Har- 
ington of Witham in Com. Lincon 



Edward=01ive d. of 
Sutton W™ Cooper 
ob. s. p. of Thurgar- 

ton in Com. 

Nottingham 



William: 
Sutton 
of Aver- 
liam 
1575 



:Anne d. of John Joane ux. Olive 

Bodneyof Bukwell Henery Od- — 

(Bakewell Harl. ingsells of Elizabeth 

1400) in Com. Colby in Com. — 

Somersett Lincon Barbara 



2. Nicho-=Hellen d. =Fraiicis Sut- 
las Sutton 



I, 



ane Sutton 



of S' Eic. 

Mollineux 

of Seph- 

ton in 

Com. 

Lane 

Ent. 



ton of Sut- 
ton in Com. 
Chester 1 
husband 



Nl' 



Oliye Sutton 

Elizebeth 

8 Edmund Sutton 

4 John Sutton 



I 

S' William=Susan 
Sutton of d. of 
Averham Thomas 
Ent. was Cony of 
14 yere old Basing- 
1576 thorpe 

in Com. 

Lincon 



I 



Oliye d. & sole heire ux. John G^dney of Enderby in Com. Lincon 



fiobert==Elizebeth d. 
Sutton of S' George 
of Aver- Manners of 
ham Haddon in 

Com. Darby 

Ent. 



Bichard Sutton 
Henery Sutton 



k 



Allice ux. 
Thomas 
Simcock 
of Butley 
in Com. 
Somersett 



I I I 

Susan ux. Mary Sutton 
William — 

Oglethorpe Elizabeth 
of Ogle- — 

thorpe in Gervase 
Com. York 



« All the children are to the first wife in Harl. 1400. 



144 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



Jolm=l8sabell d. 
Sat- of . . . 
ton Creake of 

... in Com. 

York 



Anne 1 m. to W alter 


1 
Mark 


d=. • . d. of • • . 


Edmond 


B addon M' of the Be- 


Sut- 


Hobinson of 


— 


quests 2 to Kenery 


ton 


... in Com. 


Henery 


brother of W° Lord 




Northnmb- 


— 


Cobham & son to 




land 


Harington 


Gheorge Lord Cobham 






Sutton 



I 



T 



Henery Sutton William ' John Agnes 



Btnj^am. 



I 

William 
Bingham 



S' Bichard Bingham of Bingham= AUice d. of . . . 
in Com. Nottingham Knt. Bartram 



Bichard 



Thomas 



Allice d. and heire uz. Bichard 
Sutton of Auerham 



1 



I 



BichBrd_Bmgham Thomas b. p. Edmond a. p. 



I 



I 



William Bingham s. p. Bobert s. p. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGEAM, 145 





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THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



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THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



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tHE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 




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THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGIIAM. 



153 



J^aselrig^ 



Abms. Quarterly : — 1 and 9, Ardent, a chevron sahle between three hazel leaver vert. 
Haslebio. ^, Argent, three squirrels sejant gules. Swabland. 3. Argent, 
two bars and in chief three cinque/oils azure. Essikgtok. 4. Azure, a bend 
cotised between six orosslets fitchSe or. Blakett. 5. Argent, a maunch sahle, 
a martlet for difference. Hastings. 6. Argent, the leopards* heads jessant de 
lis sahle. Sadingtok. 7. Argent, a cinquefoil sable. Mobitale. 8. Staittok, 
vairS argent and sable, a canton gules. 

Cbest. On a ehapeau gules turned up ermine a man^s head in prqfile proper, crined 
and bearded or. 

The coat and crest are both charged with a crescent for difference. 



Simon Haselrig Lord of Haselrig in co. Leic. 

. T 

I I 

2. William Haselrigg ~. . . d. & coheire of S' Robert Donald 

Essington 



I 

Simon 



Thomas Haselrigg (Harl. 14jOO)==da. to Brockett 



Thomas Haselrig=Issabell d. & heire of John Blackett 



William Hasellrig: 
of Noseley in 
Com. Lester 



-Elizebeth d. & heire of Thomas Stanton of Stanton- 
Harold in Com. Lester & of Sutton Bennington in 
Com. Nottingham 



Thomas Haselrig of Sobert Hasel-: 
Noseley vide rig of Castell 

Lester married ~ 

Lucy d. <& h. to 
Tho. Entwesell 



Donnington 
ob. 1629 



N^ 



I I.I 

Ellenor d. of John of Catherin . . . ux. 

Nowes^ ux 

ley lO Ashbye Richard 

H. 7 ofQuen- Neale 

by 



S^'Eafe 
Shirley K* 
obiit A° 
1529 



r 



Joane d. & coheire of=Hugh Haselrig of Sutton= 



Thomas Harvey of 
Elmesthorpe in 
Com. Lester 



Bennington in Com. 
Nottingham 



I I I 

Robert 

Dorothe 

Eliz. 



Michell Haselrig of Sutton 
BonniDgton ^ 



Prances ob. 
s p. 



tneri 



"I 



Catherin John Haselrig 



154 THE VISITATION OF TIIE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



CJerlanli. 

Abms.* Quarterly : — 1. Ermine, on a chief indented gules three taus argent. 2. 
Or, three bendlets azure, 3. 1 and 4. Oules, a cross patonce or, 2 and 3. Or, a 
saltire engrailed sable. 4. Fair, a/ess or, 5. Oules, a/ess indented ermine between 
three lions rampant or, 6. Azure, three eaglets displaced or. 7. Oules, ten 
bezants, a canton ermine, 8. Barry nebuU of six or and sable. 9. Or, a tower 
azure. 10. Chiles, three bars or, a bordure azure charged with eight martlets 
of the second. 11. Or, on two bars gules three water bougets argent. 12. 
Oule^, three birds or, 13. Azure, afess or. 

Chest. A demi-Capuchin friar proper. 



Thomaa Therland of= Jane d. of Thomaa Nevell=S' Garvase Clifton of 

Clifton in Com. 
Nottingham 



Gamston 1 hus- 
band 



of Bolston in Com. 
Lester 



Therland 



Thomas Therland of= Jane d. of S' Bobert Willoughby K* of 
Gamston in Com. Wollaton in Com. Nottingham &, sister 
Nottingham 



to S' Hen. Willoughby K 



f 



I 



Thomas Therland=l8sabell d. of . . . Welby of Allice Dorathey Jane 



of Gamston 



I 



I 



1. 



in Com. Lincon 



Edward Ther-= 
land of 
Gamston 



=011iffe (Ellen Harl. 1400) d. 
of Thomas Bretton of 
Wichingham in Com. NorflT. 
(Wiklingham in Com. Nott. 
Harl. 1400) 



Jane 



1^' 



omas Therland 



Catherin John Therland 
George Therland 



John Therland 
(sonne &, heire 
Harl. 1400) 



5lbera8=. . . 



Welbera8=. . . d. of . . 
Therland Williams of 
ob. s.»p. • . . Com. 
Lincon 



Edmond Therland- 
of Gtunelston in 
Com. Notting- 
ham 



Issabell d. of . 
Plumpton of 
Plumpton in 
Com. X ork. 



I 



Thomas Therland Plumpton s. p. George ob. s. p. 



Gervase Therland=Elizabeth d. of . . . ux. . . . Mor 



I 



I 



of London Mar- 
chant ob. 1577 



Bichard Gos- ton of Morton 
ling of ... in in Com. Notting- 
Com. Stafford ham 



William Olliffe ux. Qer- 
uase Leigh of 
Southwell in 
Com. Notting- 
ham 



* These quarterfd Coatee with the creet are thai set out in tlie Yissit^tion of Surrey made in An** 
1623 for Edward Thurland of Rigvte in Com. Surrey. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



155 



A| 



Edward Therland of Eigate in: 
Com. Surrey 1623 



Edward Therland 
16 yere old 
1623 



: Anne d. & coheire of Bichard Elliott 
of Eigate in Com. Surrey 



I 
Elliott 14 

yere old 



Sichard Ther- 
land 12 yere 
old 



Dorathey 
Elizebeth 



I I 

Bachell 
Ellen 



BtnsUp* 



Asms. Araent, two bars sable, on a canton of the last a pheon of thejield^ a crescent 

for difference. 
Cbest. a pellet charged with a pheon argent between two wings conjoined or. 



, . . Bingley a yonger brother of the 
house of Broughton in Com. 
Flint nigh Chester 

T" 



Thomas Forster of Tuxford 
in Com. Nottingham 



George Bingley of=. . . d. of Thomas 



Blyth in Com. 
Nottingham 



Forster sister of 
Henery 



Henery Forster of 
Tuxford in Com. 
Nottingham 



Eichard Bing-: 
ley of Blith 



I I I 

:Doratheyd. of John Elizabeth Francis=Elizabeth d. Henery 

Eeynes of Com. ux. George Bingley of Bolton Bing- 

Nottingham Ingleby of Blyth ley 



I 

George 
Bing 



•ee 
ley 



^1 
Henery 

Bingley 



Mary 
Elizebeth 



Eichard 
Bingley 



I 
Eobert 

Bingley 



I 

Francis 
Bingley 



I 



G^ryase Bingley Hellen Gertrude 



k 






150 TUB VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGIIAM. 



I^pmtoclk^ 



AmM 8, JVsmW, tlrte hmrt* {f) he&ds uible tmuzzled or. 
CmxsT* A ^Mr#r pmmtmi ermit^. 

Per Clarenceux Cooke 1576 

WilliMii SvmGOck of . . . in Com. Stafford 

I 

l^illiam Srmcock of Stoke=Margery d. of John 



in Com. \l^or«ter (Staff. 
Hari. 1400) 



Skreeee (Shmae 
flarl. 1400) 



Cliroloplifr Snncock of Bat-=MarT d. of XiAolas Hal». 
leigk in Com.*Somenett j w«U'of Godrarst 



I"— — — —j m 



TImmdm Srmcocksllaiis^relt d. of Allice nx 

of...iBCVm. Bicfcaid Jeeeop William Biyan Ptope 

NoltuD^bam ofBromliall Covaid — 

All»sander==Marseiett d. of WmiaB - - - "^ - 

Srmeoek ^^W*^ (Chipper HarL 



f^aiOUc^. 



AnsKL Armfn^ mfim wmim 



F William Seg!V Gartser King of Armca A* n Jxme I6I2 

A part of Ae p e t t e gi. e e or dBscent of die FannrieT of HamHer of !!^ot^ng6am*- 
a&ire being Sneallr (kecemkd firom Handler of TachB&icew{ueh»«feecenffed&om 
tiie Aunciaat FaDttlr of Hamfier of HandJer in tibe eonntnr ai Someraett jnetziied 
bj mT liand a& the bottom of tiw pettegree ths^ 21 of June *I(>I2. 

likm waa coppied br the ongynan. 

. . . Handler of Handler in Com. Semenett 



I 

Handler of ... in Com. York 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGIIAM. 



157 



^1 



licoard 



Richard Handley of Wilford=. . . d. of Fitwilliams of Yorkshire, 
in Com. Nottingham, Esq. | Lozengy argent and gules. 



Henery Hand-= 
ley of Bram- 
cott in Com. 
Nottingham 



=Allice d. of . . . 

Bray 

A., a chevron he* 
tween 3 eagles 
legs erased sable. 



;he- 



Cathe 
rin 



„ I 

uervase = 
Handley 
ob. at 
Wilfford 



=Ajin d. of 
Jerom Brand 
of Stanton in 
Com. Not- 
tingham 



I I 

Anne 

Marge- 

rett 



Henery Handley 
sonn A heire 



.lli( 



AUice ux. Nicholas Charlton sonn of Thomas 
Axure, a chevron or between three swans argent. 



Richard: 

Hand- 

ley 



=Anne d. of 


1 

G^ervas 


Thomas 


Handley 


Charlton 




Azure, a chevron 


Anne 


or between three 




swans argent. 





^ J 

Robert 
Hand- 
ley 



Henery 
Hand- 
ley 



Huntington Winiffrid 
Hanley — 

Margerett 



Mary d. & heire 



Blontieston, 

Abms. Quarterly: — 1. Argenty tix erosslett fitehie sahle^ a chief vair. Blohdestok. 
2. Argent^ a chevron between three creeeents gules. Maxbt. 8. Oules, a ehe- 
vrtm between three einqueJbiU or. Chamber. 4. Ermine, a fess chegui or and 
azure. Abden. 

Cbest. a ufolf passant argent. 

S' Thomas Arden Knt.=Bliz. d. of Roger Swinfford 



9 £.2 



(Swinerton Harl. 1400) 



I 



Roger Arden 



William Chamber=Beatrex d. & heire of Roger Arden 



John Chamber==Jane 



Robert Blondeston of Blondeston in 
Com. Suff. temp. £. 1 



S' William Chamber Knt. 



John Blondeston of Blon- 
deston temp. H. 6 



S' Thomas Chamber High Shreeue of=. . . d. of . . . 



Com. Northampton temp. H. 6 



B 



Strange 



158 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM, 



acQi 



I 



Eicaard Blondes-: 
ton of Blondes- 
ton 



=. . . d. of . . . Has- 
lake of ... in 
Com. Norff. 



"William Chambers of=Mary d. of 
Spreton-in-the- Walter 

Rve in Com. Mantell 

Northampton 



.1 
Sichard= 

Blon- 

deston 



=. . . d. of . . . 
Jepsay^ (Jope- 
say Hiarl. 
1400) by the 
d. of . . . Fox 
of in Com. 
Darby 



Henery (W° Harl 
1400) Maxey of 
Higham Ferrers 
in Com. North- 
ampton (Maxe in 
Harl. 1400 all 
through) 



I 
=Ellen d. & 

coheire of 

"William 

Chambers 



Wi 



I 
liam Mary ux. 



Cham- 
bers ob. 
s. p. 



Mary u: 

. . . In- 

goldesby 

(Inglesby 

Harl. 

1400) 



Thomas=Elizabeth d. of 8 Lawranee Maxev of=Allice d. of 



Blon- 
deston 



. . . "Windsor Halothan in Com. 
of Dracott Nottingham 



William 
Booh 



I 
John Maxey 

bishop of El- 

phinin Ireland 



Bicnard Blon- 
deston M' of 
Baillioll Col- 
ledg in Com. 
Oxon ob. s. p. 



iliiam 



I 



"William Bobert 
Blondes- Blon- 
ton = deston 
Alice d. of Batche- 
. . . Brad- ler in Di- 
shaw ninity 



^^ 



Allice (Anne Nicholas Blon-: 
Harl. 1400) deston of 
ux. . . . Haloughthan 

Sarringham vel Haughton 

in Com. Nott- 
ingham 



=Aiine d. & 
heire of 
Lawranee 
Maxey of 
Halothan 



i 

Anne ux. Harbert Lacon of 
Humberston in Com. Lincon 



Lawranee Blunde8ton=Anne d. of Henry Ned- 



of Haughton 



ham of Kirtlingtbn 



Nicholas Blondeston 
son & heire 



I 
Henery Blon- 
deston 



Christopher Blon- 
deston 



Francis 



Beignald Robert 



I I 

John Dorathey Anne 



Mary 



2 Henery Maxey of=Mary d. & coheire of Thomas 



Cortnoll in Com. 
Northampton 



Crawnte vel Grawnt of 
Callaice 



Elizabeth ux John 
Taversham of 
London 



Mary 



I 

Edmond= 
Maxey 
ob. 8. p. 



:. . . d. of Allice d. of Mathew- 

George Fuller of Liming- 

Staple- ton in Com. South*- 

ton ton 1 wiffe 



1 



:Bobert Maxey: 
of Medlow in 
Com. Hunt- 
ington 



^Frances d. of Thomas 
Bawdwyn of Much 
Stoughton in Com. 
Huntington 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



159 



^turtyibant. 



Asms. Oules^ a lion rampant argent, a hordure qf the last charged with eight pheans 
sahle. 

William Sturdivant of Nor-=Beatrix d. of Eotheram of ... in Com. Darby 



well in Com. Nottingham 



by the d. of . . . Linacre of Plunley 



l;=M 



•John Sturdivant=Mare:erett d. of William 



of Norwell 



Clarke of Ledenham in 
Com. Lincon 



William 
Thomas 



Allice 
Lucey 



I 

John SturdiYant==Allice d. of 
of Carlton in Simon Mar- 

Com. Netting- shall of 
ham 1563 Norwell 



Chris 



topher Sturdivant 



Briahard Sturdivant 
Francis 



William Stur- 
divant 



John Stur- 
divant 



Elizebeth 



Margerett 
Beatrix 



Anne ux Bandall Dod of Cromb- 
well in Com. Nottingham 



^arlktns. 



Abms. Quarterly : — 1 and it. Or a fees dancettie ermine between ten billets ermines. 
2 and 3. Argent an eagle displayed sable, on a canton or a fess dancett^ between 
ten billets ermines. 

Cbest. a pine apple argent leaved vert. 

Also this Coat. — Quarterly 1. Or, a fess dancette between ten billets ermines, 2. 
Vert, three passion nails argent, a fleur-de-lis or for difference. 3. Argent, on a 
fess between three annulets sable as many mullets of the field. 4. Faly wavy of 
six or and gules. 5. Azure, three fans or, 6. Or, two chevrons and a canton gules. 
7. Argent, a chief indented gules three annulets counter changed. 8. Sable, three 
lions passant in bend between two barrulets engrailed argent, 9. Barry of eight 
or and Qules, a mullet for difference. 10. Ghifes, a lion rampant or. 11. Argent, 
on a chief azure two saltires or. 12. Azure, three garbs or. 13. Azure, a 
wolfs head erased argent. 14. Chequi or and azure. 15. Oules, a bend 
fusilly or. 16. Or, five chevronels gules. 17. Gules, three lions passant argent. 
18. Sable, three garbs argent, 19. Azure, semde of fleurs-de-lis or, a bordure 
gules charged with ten lioncels passant or, 20. Sable, a fret or. 

Eichard Parkins of Bunney=£lizebeth widdow of Humffrey Barley of Stoke & d. 



in Com. Nottingham 



of Adam Beresford of Bentley in Com. Darby 



I 

Frances ux 
John Pen- 
dock 



I 

Anne ux. 
Plumtree 



Elizabeth ux . . . 
Poole of Hedg. in 
Com. Darby 



~1 

Margerett ux . . . Brether 
of New Castell in Com. 
Northumberland 



* Harl. 1400 gives a second John in this and the next generation. 



160 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



George Parkins of Bunnejr= 
Eecorder of the towne of 
Nottingham 



Isham 
Parkins 



J 



ary 



=Mary d. & heire of Edward 
Isham of Walmer Castell in 
Com. Kent. 



I I 

Penelopie 
Issabell 



Kichard Parkins 
George Parkins 



I 

Adrian Parkins 
John Parkins 
Arden Parkins 



Henery 
Parkins 



Bonjbam. 



Abms. Quarterly : — 1 and 6. Azure^ on a chief indented or, a lalel yules. Donham. 
2. Sahle, three bucks* heads cahoshed argent, Bowett. 3. Oules ten bezants^ 
a canton ermine. Zouche. 4. Argent^ on a fess indented sable three bezants. 
BuBGH. 5. Sable, Jretty or. Bellaqua. 

John (Thomas Harl. 1400) de Bellaqua 



Thomas de Burgh==Lucey Allice 



,, 



I 

William Lord Zouch of Totnes== John de Burgh 

T 



S' John Zouch==Margerett [d.] of John Burgh 



Bobert Don-=. . . d. of . . . Stanford 



ham 



S^ Nicholas Bowett=Elizebeth 



of ... in Com. Darby 



of Bepingale 



I 

John Don-: 
ham 



^Eb'zabeth: 
d. & co- 
heire 



Zouch 



iS' WiUiam 
Chaworth 
1 husband 



Margerett uz. John 
Chaworth brother 
of S' Willm. 



Jane d. of S' Thomas Thurland of=S' John Donham of = Bennett d. of S' God- 



Gamston 1 wiffe (S' Thomas Gun- Kirtlington in Com. 
ston K* Harl. 1400) Nottingham 



ffrey Foliambe of 
Walton 2 wiffe 



I 
John Don- 
ham ob. 
yong 



Catherin ux. 
Eafe Okover 
of Okover in 
Com. Stafford 



Frances 
ux. John 
Hasel- 
wood 



Anne uz. George 
Meverell (Meuerly 
Harl. 1400) of . . . 
in Com. Stafford 



Mary ux. Thomas 
Grantham of . . . 
in Com. Lincon 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



161 



Comballtd* 

A.BM8.* Quarterly : — 1. Sable, guitS argent, on a fess of the last three cornish 
choughs proper. Cobnwa.lli8. 2. Sable, three bars-gemelles and a canton 
argent. Bucton of Brome. 3. Gules, a crescent between three mullets argent. 
HjlNsabd. 4. Gules, a cross patonce argent, in dexter chief an escallop 
or. De la. more. 5. Sable, a cross patxmce or. Braham. 6. Argent, a bend 
between six cross crosslets fitchi sable. Tete. 7. Argent, two chevrons azure, a 
border engrailed gules. Tirrell. 8. Azure, a chevron between three ostrichs 
argent. Staunfori). 

Crest. A stag lodged regardant argent, attired and unguled or, collared with a garland 
of acorns and vulned in the shoulder proper. 

Thomas Corn walli8= Jane d. & heire of Wm. Robert Buekton=. . . d. of 



of London Mar- 
chant An® 2 B. 2 



Hansard widdow of 
Henery Fanner 



of Brome in 
Com. Suffolk 



. . . Tey 
(Tye Harl. 
1400) 



)nn 



John Comwalli8=Phillip d. & coheire of Eobert Buckton of Brome 



I 

John 
ob. 
8. p. 



Thomas Comwallis of=Phi]lip d. &, coheire of Edward Tirrell 



Brome in Com. Suff. 



of Downham in Com. Essex 



Thomaa 
ob. 8. p. 



I 

Eobert 
ob. 8. p. 



WiIliam=Elizebeth d. 



Com- 
wallis of 
Brome 



& coheire of 
John Staun- 
ford 



Mary ux. 
. . . Clo- 
veil of 
Essex 



Catherin ux. 
Thomas Frox- 
mer of ... in 
Com. Worster 



J' John 



S' John Com-: 
wallis of Brome 
Knt. 



Mary d. of Edward Thomas Comwal- 
Sulhard of Ottes in lis Archdecon 
Com. Essex of Norffolk 

William 



I 
Elizebeth 

. . . ux. 

Singleton 



I 
Afra ux S' 

Arther 

Archer of 

Otterden in 

Kent 



I 
Dorathey ux. 

John Hed. of 

Kent 



I 
Edward: 
Com- 
wallis 



Catherin 
a nun at 
Elstow 



Prudence 
ux. . . . 
Koydon 



Edith ux. 
. . . Bar- 
wick 



1 



Thomas Com-=Catherin d. of Thomas 
wallis Earle of Southampton 



S' Thomas = 
Comwallis 
of Brome 
Knt. one 
of the 
Priuy 
Counsell 
toQ. 
Mary 



=Anne d. 
of John 
Jemegan 
of Somer- 
leyton in 
Com. 
Suff. 



Henry=d. and 
Com- h. to 
wallis 

mar*d Eock- 
to Cal- wood 2 
dibut wife 



Eicnard = 
Com- 
wallis of 
Arow- 
tonin 
Com. 
Suff. 



:Margerett 


Willian^ 


d. <& sole 


Com- 


heire of 


wallis 


Lionell 




Lowth of 




Sawtrey 




in Com. 




Lin con 





♦ For the janior branch to which Thomas Comwallis of Okenhill Hall belonged 2 more quarterings 
are giyen in Harl. 1400. Yix* Argent, two bara and in chief a lion passant gules, and Argent, on 
a fess sable three mvlleta or pierced gales. 

T 



162 



THE \TSITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



B ! 



John Com- 
wallis of 
Some 
Lodge in 
Suff. 



:Catherin 
d. of 
John 
Blener- 
bassett 



I 
Elizabetli 

ux. Ed- 

mond 

Bacon of 

Hessett 

in Suffolk 



I 
Anne ux. 

Thomas 

Dade of 

Taning- 

ton in 

Suff. 



S^ Thomas =Elizabeth d. of 



Com wallis 
of Horsley 
Groome 
Piirter to 
King James 



John Molineux 
of Thorpe in 
Com. Notting- 
ham 



I 

Thomas: 

Com- 

wallis 



:Mary d. of Henry s. p. 
Edmond — 

Grimston Phillip s. p. 
of Bis- — 

bangle in a daught^ 
Suff. 



Thomas: 

Com- 

wallis 



John Corn-= 
wallis of 
Okenbill 
Hall in Ba- 
dingham in 
Suff. Ao 
1649 



Mary da. 
&b. of 
Charles 
Grims- 
ton of 



Risley 
Henry 



in 



Suff. 



Thomas 



John ComwalliB 
Sonne & heire set. 
21 Ao 1649 



Thomas Elizabeth Mary Marg* Catheryn 



I 



S' William=Lucey 3 d. & 

coheire of John 
Lord Lattimer 



Comwallis 
of Brome 



Elizebeth ux. S' Thomas 
Kitsonn of Hengraue in 
Suff. Knt. 



Mary ux. "William 
Bourchier Erie of 
Bath 



John Com- 
wallis II 
vere old 
1585 ob. 
s. p. 



Thomas 
ob. 8. p. 



Elizebeth 
ux. . . . 
Sands sonn 
& heire of 
S' Walter 



Frances ux. 

Edmond 

Withepoole 



n 

Cordelia 
Anne 



Anne d. of . . . 
Fincham "Wid- 
dow of . . . 
NichoUs 



J 



:2. S^ Charles: 

Comwallis 

Knt. 



=Anne d. of . . . 
Barrow & widdow 
of S' Eafe Shelton 
Knt. 2 wiffe 



Allice ux. 

Bichard 

Southwell 



Anne dyed 
mmari/d 



I 
S' William: 

Corn wallis 



:Catherin d. 
of S' PhilHp 
Parkes Knt. 



Thomas Com- 
wallis of Ord- 
sall in Com. 
Nottingham 
1614 



:Anne d. & 
sole heire 
of Samwell 
Bevercotts 
of Ordsall 



I 
Elizebeth 



Dorathey 
ux. Wil- 
liam Fitz 
of Essex 



r 



Charles Thomas 

Comwallia Comwallis 



I 

Anne d. A sole heire 
2 yeres old 1014 



THE ViaiTATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



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THE VISITATIOS OF THE COUSTT OF SOTTIXGHAM. 



iHarsiialU 



A^MS. ^Quarierly : — 1 and 8. SahU, three hart argent^ a eantom ermime. Mabshaix. 

Or, a taltire engrailed gules, a chief per fesM indented of the firtt and second. 

Bbuse. 3. Gules, semie of bezants, a lion ratnpani argent. Uawkks. 4. 

Ermine, a chief per pale, indented or and gules. Browkk. 5. Argent, a chevron 

between three swords erect gules. Mustox. 6. Azure, frettg argent. Cate. 7. 

Ermine, on a bend sable three fishes' heads erased argent. Geluott. 
Crest. A demi-man in armour proper, holding in his dexter hand a baton, over his 

armour a sash azure, tied at the shoulder with a ribbon gules. 
Arms of Sceimsuere. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Gules, a lion rampant or, a bordure 
2 and 3. Azure, a chevron between three bees volant argent. 

S' Adam Bmse Knt. died seased of Walter Hawkis was seased 

eertaine lands in Pickering of certaine lands in the 

^ ewton &, Thornton mannor of Edon 



rair. 



S' Adam Bruse 



William BLswkes 



I 
S' William Brose Knt. 



Walter Hawkes 



John Mar-= 
shall 



Kobert Brown= William Bnise-=Marg:erett d. Jennett ux. 



of the Hill 



of Pickering 



& coheire John Koodes 



I 



Koger Mar-= 
shJl 



^ I 
Eobert = 

Browne 



I 
'Maud d. 

& co- 
heire 



Issabell Elizebeth ox. Bobert 
ux. Wm. Bichard ob. s. p. 

Apleby Inglcfeld 



I 
Bobert 

Boodes 



I 



William Mar8hall= Agnes d. & heire of Bobert Browne 



John Mar8hall=£llen d. of Adam Thorpe of ... in Com. Nottingham 



William Marshall of Aslerton (Carleton=Catherin d. of 
Harl. 1400) in Com. Nottingham Thomas Leeke 



r 

John Marshall of Carlton^ 
in Com. Nottingham 



'Elizebeth d. of Bafie 
Bingham of Bing- 
ham 



I I 

Bichard 



n 

Bobert 



Thomas Joane 



Bafie Mar-=Catherin d. of 



shall of 
Carlton 



Thomas NeTell 
of Bolston 



Bich- 
ard 



I 

Agnes ux. 
Lawrance 
Hatfeld 



I 
Elizebeth 

ux. John 

Burton 



1 

E lienor ux. 

Thomas 

White 



I 
Thomas: 

Mar- 
shall of 
Carlton 



^Anne d. & 
heire of 
WiUiam 
Mugton of 
Callis 



Bich- 
ard 



Issabell ux. 
Thomas 
Hunt of 
Normanton 



.1 

Elizebeth Agnes ux, 

ux. James Thomas 

Ward Ellis 



I 
Allice ux, 

Andrew 

Gramon 



B 



* There U another intSk of the Ibtt fire qnsrteri, with Scrimshire in a aixth. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



16 



A| 



B 



John Mar8hall=Anne d. & heire of Henery Cave of 
of Carlton Cold Ashbj in Com. Nortoampton 



illi 



William 
Marshall 



Eafie Marshall 
John Marshall 



I 

Frauncis 



"T1 

Dorathej 
Catherin 



III 

John==. . . d. of Stephen Edmond==. . . d. of Geffrey ScrimBhere=. . . d. 
... Mar- Mar- 



Mar- 
shall 



Assabj shall shall 



Dalli- 
sonn 



of North Mus- 
champ in Com. 
Stafford 



Thomas 
Francis 



Henery 



lichi 



Sidiard 
Marshall 



I 



& heire 
of . . . 
Mus- 
champ 



Susan William Scrims-=Agnes d. of 



here of Mus- 
champ 



Baffe 
Bingham 



Thomas Scrimshere 



Brichard Scrim8here= 



I 

Thomas Scrimshere 



William Scrimshire=Elizebeth d. & heire of Nicholas Midleton 



Humfrey Marshall (Henrey=Maude d. & heire of 



Harl. 1400) 



William Scrimshire 



I 

Bafie Marshall William Marehall Heneiy Marshall £lizebeth 



limit 



Thomas Hunt of=Issal)ell d. of Kafe Marshall of 



Normanton 



Carlton in Com. Nottingham. 



Edmond Hunt of Normanton=Dorathey d. of William Clarksonn of Kirton 



Catherin ux. 
Aluy 



Henery Hunt of Jane ux. 
Normanton Owen 



I 

Anne ux . . . 
Gt>ne6ton 



Issabell ux. Edward 
Blunt 



John Blunt. 



168 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



BBiflbp* 



Arms. Azure, a fleur-de-lis argent, a crescent or charged with another sable for 
difference. 

Everard Digby ofTiltonin Coin=Jaque8 d. of John Ellis 
Lester slaine at Bamett Feld of Com. Devon 



S"^ Everard 
Digby a quo 
Digby of 
Tilton 



Simon Digby=Allice d. 



Liftennant of 
the Tower 
temp. H. 7 



\ 



of John 
Wallis 



Beniamyn 



n 

Bowland 

i 

Liberius 



^ 



Reignald Digby 
of Colshull 



^/ 



Thoma8=. . . d. 

Digby of . . . 
Colum- 
bine 



Sara ux. Nic. 
Strelley of . . 
in Com. Not- 
tingham 



I I 
S*- Thouian 

T 
S^ John 



ux. 



A nice ux Robert . . 

Clifton of Clifton 

in Com. Netting- Tracy 

ham 



John (Thomas Harl. 1400) Digby of Mansell=Elizebeth d. of Richard Slaughter 



Woodhouse in Com. Nottingham 



of Sutton in Com. Lincon 



John Digby =:Luce d. & co-heire of Thomas Trigott of Elizebeth ux. Gregory 

Kirkby in Com. Torke Esq. Walker of Mansfeld 



Jonn 



Simeon 



^antiforti. 



Arms. Urmine, on a chief indented sable three boars'* heads or, 

William Sandford of Tirkhill in Com. Northumberland= Maude d. of 
(Thirkell in Com. Cumberland Harl. 1400) 9 H. 8 



John Sandfford of Bakewell in Com.=Joane d. of Roger Smyth 
Darby (Blackwell Harl. 1400) 



William Sandford= Jane d. of Hugh 
of Bakewell , Newton of Bake- 

1611 ' well 



John Sandford 
ob. s. p. 



r 



John Sandford 
irtatis 8 an* 1611 



Roger setatis 
4 an' 



William »t. 
2 an' 



;neri] 



Catherin 



Francis Sandftbrd of 
Suthwell in Com. 
Nottingham 1014. 

__J~ 

. r~ ' 

William Sandford 
sonn & heir. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTZNOHAM. 



169 



Arms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4i. Ardent, a bear ialient iable, muzzled collared and 
chained or. Beresfobd. 2 and 3. Fer chevron ardent and sable, in chief two 
pheons of the last and another in base or, a crescent for difference (per chevron 
ardent and or three pheons sable, Harl, 1400). Hassa-LL. 

Cbest. a dragon^ s head erased vert, pierced through the neck with a broken spear and 
holding the upper part of it in his mouth or, headed argent. 

Both coat and crest are differenced with a crescent. 

John Beresford of Beresford in Com. Stafford 
T 



Thomas Beresford of Newton==Agnes d. & heire of Eobert Hassall 
Grang in Com. Darby of Com. Chester 



I 
Aden (Allen Harl. 1400) 

Beresford of Bentley a 

quo Beresford of Bentley 



4^ 



Humfrey: 
Beres- 
ford of 
Newton 



=. . . d. John 
of . . . 
Bresley 



I I 

Hugh of Eobert 

Newton =r 

Q-rauge \/ 



Law- 
rance 



4^ 



John Beresford Q-eorge Beresford: 
of Newton Steward of Not- 

=7= tingham 



: Ellen d. of Anne ux. Mary ux. John 

Thomas G-reene John Bead of Ossington 
of Sussex Sauage in Com. Notting- 

ham 



1 



Agnes ux. George Fitz- Nicholas Beresford of Kenton=Eose d. of John Fitz- 



herbert of Tissington-r in Com. Nottingham 



George Beresford 
20 yere old 15G9 



I I 
James 

Bennett 



I 

Thomas 
Beresford 



william of Knevett 



I 

Bichard Frances 
Thurstan 



iUildton. 



Arms. Quarterly : — 1. Argent, a cinquefoil sable, on a chief gules a lion passant 

guardant or, a crescent for difference. Eowleston. 2. Vert, on a bend argent 

three crosses patonce sable. Wikofeld. 3. Or, on a fess gules three water 

bougets argent. Binqham. 4. Azure, a cross engrailed or, Charnells. 5. 

Chiles, a fess ermine between two chevrons or. Wollatoit. 6. Paly of six 

argent and azure. Strelley. 

Crest. An eaglets head erased proper, beaked or. 

Both coat and crest are differenced with a crescent. 
James Bolston of the ley in Com. Darby==Anne d. of John Babington 



Thomas Bolston 
of the ley 



Baffe Bolston = 



. d. & heire of Jus- 
tice Bingham 



Henery William a 
preest 



a 



170 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



Thomas Bol8ton=. . . of . . . Ashe of 

the North 



1 



Bobert Rolston James Rolston 



Ed. Ellinor d.: 
ward of . . . 
Eol- Mering 
ston 1 wiffe 



1 



n 



J 



Laneelott Bol-=. . . d. of the Jane ux. 



ston of Wat- 
noil in Com. 
Nottingham 



second bro- 
ther of 
Ashe 



Brownlej 
Issabell 



I 

Mary ux. 
Henery Bull 
of Tissing- 
ton in Com. 
Darby 



Vallentyne ux. Edward Ballard of 
Wimswold in Com. Lester 



John Roleston <fe 
diuers others 



I I 

John 

An- 
thony 



Ead'us Bassett de Sapcot d'ns de Chedley dedit terraa in 
Chedley Ead'us filio Kad'i Bassett per finem An** 56 H. 
8 fuit Bare in p'liamento Ann<* 49 H. 8 



Simon Bassett d'ns de Chedley 



I 

Bobertus Bassett 54 H. 8 



Bobertus Bassett tenuit 20 libratas terrsB 
in Com. Nottingham et Darby 88 H. 8 



Liseux de Fledborough 
in Com. Nottingham 



Willielmus Bassett 
miles de Com. 
Nottingham tem- 
pore QUO PhillipuB 
Af arknam fuit Jus- 
ticiarius ibidem 



Johannes Bas-=filia Ly- 

seux d nsB 



1 



sett de Fled- 
borough per 
uxorem su- 
p'stes temp. 
E. 1 



de Fled- 
borough 



Joneis Liseux Elizabetha 
miles d'ns de 1359 
Fledburgh 
1359 

Issabell 



Boberifus Bassett superstes 1359 . . . Bassett Wilhelmus 1359 



Bicardus Bassett de Fledburgh 83 E. 3 



Thomas Bassett of Fledborough in=Margery d. of S' 



Com. Nottingham 



Willm. Mering 



S' Bichard Bassett=Elizebeth d. of S' 



of Fledborough 



John Donham 



Jonn Ba8sett= Agnes d. of Thomas 
of Fledbo- Lord Borough of 
rough Gainsborough 



I 
Wilbn. Bassett 

of Muskham 



Catherin ux. Thomas 
Sutton of Averham 
Knt. 



Anne ux. George Dorathey ux. 

Wastnes of Thomas 

Hedon in Com. Powtrell 
Nottingham 



I 

Catherin 
ux. Guy 
Fairfax 



I. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



171 



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THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



173 




Abms. Argent, on a chevron sable between three garbs azure banded or as many 

estoiles of the fields in chief a mullet for difference gules. 
Cbest. An arm embowed in armour garnished or issuing out ofelouds irradiated gold 

holding a battle axe headed argent , a mullet for difference. 

John Wase of London Marchant 

j" 



John of the countie= Allice d. & heire of John= William Hill mar- 
Lester marchant of Bayly of Rotherby in chant of Callice 1 
the staple Com. Lester husband 



Eichard Wase of=Elizebeth d. of George Meverell 
Lester temp H. 8 of Throwley in Com. Stafford 



Thomas Wase of Rotherby in=Anne d. of Thomas Coul- Anneux William Wid- 



Com. Lester temp. Q. Mary 



clough of Com. Stafford dew of Com. Stafford 



I 

Samson 
Wase 



^^ 



Eichard 



i 



Thomas - 
Wase of 
Hickling 
in Com. 
Notting- 
ham 



^Margery 
d. of. Wm 
Brookes- 
by of 
Qadesby 



Edward 
John 



I 
Anne ux. 

George 

Allen of 

South 

Croxton 

in Com. 

Lester 



Elizebeth 1 m. 
to Augustin 
Hynd 2 to 
Thomas Amer- 



sonn 



I 



Margerett ux. Henery Fox of Great 
Wigston in Com. Lester 



,k 



I 



I 



Allice B. p. Jane s. p. Dorathey s. p 



iHople* 



Arms. Quarterly 1 and 4, quarterly 1. Gfules, a mule passant and a bordure 
argent, in dexter chief a mullet or. 2. Oules, a greyhound courant or between 
two bars argent charged with three martlets sable, in chief as many plates. 8. 
Argent a saltire sable between four estoiles gules. 4. Quarterly embattled argent 
and sable. 2 and B. Or a chevron between two roses in chief gules and a dolphin 
embowed in base azure, A crescent for difference over the whole coat, 

Cbsst. Two demi dragons addorsed, their necks entwined, the dexter gules, the sinis- 
ter or. 

Motto. — "Dieu Gabda Le Motle." 

Thomas Moyle= Amye d. & heire of . . . Langstone 



I . . 

Baffe Moyle of Bowerhall in Mole Ash in Com. Kent 



Thomas Moyle=Marcye d. of . 

^ 1 



White 



174 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



A| 



I 



I 



John Moyle of=Aime d. of Hen. Thomas Moyle of=Mary d. of S' 



Lymby in 
Com. Not- 
tingham 



Gooderick of 
Eibston in Com. 
York 



Caversfeld in 
Com. Bucking- 
ham 



Eoger North 
Knt. 



Charles Moyle Anne 
John Moyle Jane 



Mary 



Mary uz. James Dauenport 
sonn & heire of S' Humffrey 
Lord Cheeff Baron 



William 
Moyle 



Dorathey 



Elizebeth ux. Timothey 
Whitby of London 



I 

Alliee Anne ux. . . . Yong 
of London 



Ml 



ary ux. William Morgan 
of ... in Com. Chester 



SbSiMl 



S' John Savell of ... in Com. York= Jane d. of Wm. Quscoigne of Oawthrop 



:Margarett d. of . . 
Basford of Basford 



S' John Savell £jit. 



k 



Thomas SaYell= 
of Lupsett 



I 

John SaYell=Anne d. of 



of Lupset 



. . . Wyatt 



I 
George Savell 



Thomas Savell 



Henery Savell of Ba-= Joane d. & heire of Willm. 



raby in Com. Lincon 



Vernon [of] Baraby 



S* George Francis 
SaveU of Savell 
Baraby Knt. =r 



Mary d. & heire of=Cordall Savell of = Susan d. Bridgett 
Willm. Welbeck of Sutton vppon 
... in Com. Not- Lound in Com. 
tingham 1 wiffe ob. Nottingham 
s. p. 



of . . . 
Shakelton 
of London 



Catherin d. of Edward Hunihgs- 
of Aye in Com. Suffolk 



=Cordall Savell of Clerkenwell 
nigh London 1623 



Edward Savell 



I 

Arther Savell 



Mary 



Vrsula 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



175 



(dooHere* 



Abms. Quarterly : — 1. A fest let ween two cheprom voir, 2. Per fess or and 
argent y a lion rampant azure, 3. Oulei, a wivem argent, 4. Ghtles, on a che- 
vron cotiied argent three lions rampant of the field, 5. Paly of six argent and 
gulee a bordure engrailed azure ^ on a canton a spur, 6. Quarterly per fess in- 
dented argent and sable, in the first and fourth quarters a hunting-horn argent (sic). 
7. AzurCy three peacocks^ heads erased argent, 8. Oules, on a fess or between 
three birds argent as many fieurS'de-lis azure, 9. Azure, a lion rampant or, a 
bordure engrailed gules, and a canton of the second. Over all a crescent for dif- 
ference, 

Richard Qt)odere of Hadley in=. . . d. & heire of 



Com. Midlesex 



Thombiiry 



John G-oodere of Hadley==. . . d. of . . . West Lord Delaware 



I 

Thomas Gk)odere of= Jane d. of Thomas Lewknor of 



Hadley 



Trotton in Com. Sussex 



)hn 



John Goodere of Hadley=AUice d. & heire of . . . Brent 



John G'Oodere=Allice d. of Thomas- 



of Hadley 



Frowick of The 
Fold in com. Midle- 
sex 



Eichard Qoodere 
of St. Albans 



Willm. Gk)odere of 
Edffworth in Com. 
Midlesex 



^^ 



Thomas Goodere= Jane d. of S' Thomas Hawte=Eobert Wroth 

2 husband 



of Hadley 



of ... in Com. Kent 



S* Francis Gooder==Vrsula sister & coheire of S* 



Knt. 



Raffe Rowlett of St. Albans 
in Com. Hartfford Knt. 



I 

Anne ux. John Cock 
of Broxbome in Com. 
Hertfford 



S' Henery Goodere Thomas Gh)odere=. . . d. of S 

of Pollesworth in of Collingham "" 

Com. Warwick Knt. in Com. Nott- 

=p ingham 



Thomas 
Saunders 



I 

William 
Gktodere 



^ 



I 
Anne ux. 

William 

Forsterof . 

in Com. 

Warwick 



Henry Goodere=Margerett d. 

ofBobert 
Dabeme of 
... in Com. 
Surrey 



of Colling, 
ham 



Margerett ux. 
Samwell 
Shepard of 
C/ollingham 



Dorathey 1 m. to 
Thomas JByans 
of London 2 to 
Thomas Pert of 
London 



Anne ux. 

William 

Forster 



176 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



A| 



Susanna Goodere 



Henery Goodere of London Aldennan= Jane d. of . . . Greene 



liam Goodere=Anne d. of Edward Cooke of Anne ux. Henery Cooke 



Wi 

of Hadley 



Henery Goodere: 
of Newgate 
Street in Com. 
Hertfford 



London Goldsmyth 



of ... in Com. Kent 



:Andrey d. & heire 
of John Eombold 
of Newgate 
street 



I 
William 



Anne ux. Thomas 
Walkeden of the 
Inner Temple in 
London 



J 

Scissely 



Francis Goodere of Newgate: 
Street in Com. Hertfford 
1631 in June 



:Catherin d. of George Ons- 
low of Walton Grange 
in Com. Stafford 



Thomas Goodere 
of Hatffeld in 
Com. Hartfford 



Henpry Gt)odere 



I 

Jane 



Anne ux. Thomas Booke of . . . 
in Com. Kent 



I 

Judith 



Vrsula 



Lucey 



I 



Abms. Or, ttoo ban ctzure, on a chief of the last three einquefoils ardent, 
Thomas Stockwith of West Stoekwith in Com. Nottingham 



Henery Stockwith 



Edmond Stockwith 



I 

Bobert Stockwith 



Humffrey Stockwith 



Stephen Power of Edwalton in Com. Nottingham=. . . d. of . . . Cressey 



Christopher Power of Edwalton & Wiverton=. . . d. of . 



in Com. Nottingham 



Eookwood 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



177 



I 
John: 

Power 



:Anne d. of Mary 1 

Willm. El- ux 

liot of 
Stoke in 



Snow, 2 to 
Jerom Boys- 



Com. Not- ton 8 to Joan 
tingham Hayward 



I 

Judith ux« 

Georee 

Brecknock 



Ai 



George 
Power 

Willm. 
Power 



JoBua ob. 8. p. 
Joseph ob. 8. p. 
Nathaniell ob. s. p. 



Francis s. p. 
Francis ob. s. p. 
Samewell Power 



Joaue ux. 
Phillip 
Martin of 
the towne 
of Not- 
tingham 



1 



Elizabeth 
ux. . . . 
Aprecher 



Eichard Power 
Daniell Power 



Bamattr* 



Abms. Argent j on a bend azure three escallops qfthejield, in sinister chief a mullet 

sable within an annulet gules for difference. 
Cbest. a demi-lion rampant argent, holding in his paws a snake azures charged on 

ths shoulder with a mullet within an annulet for difference, 

ThMe Armet ft CrMt trvn allowed to Abell Barnard of Pirton in Com. Oxon ynder the hand of 
William Camden Clarenoeulz. 



Thomas Barnard of Pirton in Com. Oxon: 
docter of divinity was descended of the 
Bamards of Enaerby in Com. York 



Joan Barnard: 
of Pirton in 
Com. Oxon 



iEdith d. of . . . Ballow of . • . 
in Com. Berks widdow of . . . 
Esmond of ... in Com. Berks 



:Sara d. of . . . 
Stoxes of Had- 
dam in Com. 
Hertfford 



Sara ux. doc- 
tor Wither- 
ington of Com. 
Lankaster 



Joell Barnard: 
of Bridfford 
in Com. 
Nottingham 



:Ajine d. of 
ThomasHew- 
stas of Wat- 
lington in 
Com. Oxon 



„,. Ill 

Thomas Barnard 
John Barnard 
Abell Barnard 



I I I I 

William Barnard 
Sara Barnard 
Susan Barnard 
Anne Barnard 



rri 

Joell Barnard 
Margery Barnard 
Anne Barnard 



Mary ux. Clement Colomore docter of the Civill Law Chancellor 

of the bishoprick of Durham sonn [of] Willm. Colomore of Bremegham 

in Com. Warwick 



2a 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



iBetufjop. 



Willm. Hedhopof Newarke Tppon^Elizebetli d. of 
Trent in Com. Wottingham i — ... • '. 



Scrinialuill c 

Cotthftm in Com. Nottinghun 



John B. p. 



Thomaa b. p. 



John Medhop of 
Tpton Tpon Trent 
in Com. Notting- 
ham 



L&wnmce Medhop o 
Saxland in Com. 



'William 
ob. a. p. 



Margerett nx. John 
Palmer of Bever 
Caatell 



Lettice uz. Bic. 
Widdowsonn of 
Newarke 



th a. p 



WHsbtmm. 



Thomaa Wightman of 8 
in Com. Nottingham 



=Catherin d. of Michell Purefoy 
of Calcott in Com. Warwick 



Vallentjne 
Wightman 



Edward Wightman of 
Hinckley in Com. Leeter 



i Wightman of the 
towne of Nottingbiun 

T 



Thomas 
Wightman 
ob. a. p. 



Edward Wightman of Mansfeld in I 
Sherwood io Com. Nottingham I 
hath divers cldldren 



.1 



J 



I 



Edward ob. yong Thomaa Wightman Anne Elizebeth 



EUiebeth ux. . . . Jane az. Willm. Knight 
LeTeaer of ... in of Newark in Com. 
Com. Nottingham Nottingham 



Maiy uz. Sibbell nz. Bich- 

Thomas ard Taylor of 

Danke of Enightsbriclg in 

Newark Com. Midlesex 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTlNQHAiL 



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THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



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THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



181 



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THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTT OF NOTTINGHAM. 



ifilar«Jall 



Jobn Marslisll of Mustham=Aime d. of Heneiy Cave of Cold 
in Com. Nottingham Aehby in Com. Northampton 



Hensty Marshall 



Blanti. 



8* John NeveU of Bystbrooke in Com. Nottinghai 



William^ Jane d. &, 
Bland I cobeire 



. . . d. & coheire 
ux . . . Owelys 



John Bland of OolcUngton in Com. Nottingham 
Bichard Bland . . . ux. . . . Tuke 



I 
S^ Bryan Tuke Knt. 



J^eron* 



John Heton==Marg6rett d. of Nicholas Bidley by 
of . . . Margerett d. of . . . Muagravo 



William Heron of Ford Caetell in 
Northumberland yonger sonn 



... d. of Grif.=8' John Heron Knt.=Elizebeth d. of John Eoper 
fith Beade of I M' of the Jewell of Kent by whome tber la 

of Wales Uowse to H. 8 yasue in Linronehire 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



183 



Al 



I 



I 



Qile8=Ceciley d. of S' Thomas Henery Heron Jenkiii=. . . d. of . . . Cock- 



Heron 



Moore Knt. Lord Chan- 
cellor of England 



Christopher 
Heron 



Heron 



aine of ... in Com. 
Darby 



Thomas Anne sister & heire 1 
Heron ux. . . . Horsley or 
ob. s. p. Horsey 2 to . . . 
Osborne 



r 



Henery= 
Heron 



:Catherin d. of Thomas 
Sherbrooke of Oxton 
in Com. Nottingham 



Samwell Heron 
Doctor of 
divinity 



J, 



Edmond Heron of Bulcott in=Margerett d. of John Wood of 
Com. Nottingham 1618 Lamley in Com. Nottingham 



CIa;:ton. 



Abms. Chtleiy afeti between three hedgehogi argent, 
Cbest. On a coronet or a hedgedog argent. 

Both arms and crest are charged with a crescent azure for difference. 

William Claxton Justice of Peace in Com. York 



Wilu 



liam Claxton Justice of Peace in Com. York 



Job 



n Claxton of Kirkton= Elizebeth d* of Eodney of 



in Com. Nottingham 



Bodney in Com. Somersett 



icni 



Michell Claxton: 
eldest sonn of 
John 



mm. 



. . the wiffe of Michell 
d. of . . . Hartop of . . . 
in Com. Leicester 



Willm. Claxton of Bed-= 
minster in Com. Somer- 
sett e8q'.liueing AP, 1623 



:He8ter d. of 
JohnFones 
of Bristol! 



Willm. Claxton of John Claxton 
Earton in Com. — 

Nottingham 1634 4 daughters 
eldest sonn 



Hugh Claxton Elizebeth 

sonn & heire aged 5 

aged 7 yeare yeares 
old 1634 



Penolapy 
aged 4 
yeares 



I 

Anne 1 d. ux. 
Harrisson 



Ellinor ux . . . 
Wright 



Oliue ux. 
Oliver Luke 



Mary 
aged 
1 
year 



Thb Pettigree is ynder the haod ft seale of S' Richard St. Gkorge Knt. CUrenoeulx king of Armes 
for William Claxton of Bedminster in Com. Somersett. 



184 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



WBUlonsb^^* 



AuMS.* Quurterly: — 1. Sahle, a cross engrailed or. 2. Oules^ a cross moline aryeni. 
8. Qules^ tvDO lions passant argerU^ a label azure, 4. Quarterly 1 and 4. Quief, 
a lion rampant or. 2 and 8. Sable, a fret or, over all a crescent for difference, 
5. Or, a lion rampant double queued sable. 6. Chiles, a fess dancettSe heheeen 
six cross crosslets or. 7. Barry qf six ermine and yules three crescents sable. 
8. Gules, on a bend wavy argent three birds sable. 9. Argent, a fes9 between 
three boars* heads sable. 10. Argent, a chevron engrailed gules between three 
escallops sable. 

John Alphew of Bore Place in Com. Kent. 



I I 

Edmond s. p. 
John 8. p. 
Elizcbeth a nun 



I I I 

Joane 

Dorathey 

Bridgett 



I 

Margerett: 
d. & co- 
heire 



Robert 
Head 
ob. 8 p. 



rS^ Bobert Bead Knt 
Cheefe Justice of the 
Comon Pleas was of 
Boresall in Kent 



I 

Elizebeth was Ab< 
bess of Mawling 
in Kent 



I 



ane ux. . . . 
Carell Ser- 
geant at Law 



ji 



ary ux. S' 
Wilrm Baren- 
tyne Knt. 



Dorathey ux. £d- 
mond Wootton of 
whome corns the 
Lord Wootton 



S' Bobert Willoughby £[nt.« Cecily cossen and coheire 

of Lyonell Lord Wells 



S' Christopher Willoughby Knt.===Margerett d. of William Jenny 



Lord Willoughby of Eresby 



of Kiiottishall in Com. Suffolk 



William Lord 
Willoughby 
of Eresby 



^ 



S' Christopher 
Willoughby of 
whome comes 
the Lord Wil- 
loughby of 
Farnam 



Elizebeth 
ux. Wil- 
liam the 
1 Lord 
Evers 



J' Th 



I 



S' Thomas =Bridgett 



4' 



Willoughby 
Knt. I^rd 
Cheefe 
Justice of 
the Comon 
Pleas 



d. and 
coheire 



Bobert Wil-= 
loughby of 
Bore Place 
in Com. 
Kent 



= Dorathey d. 
of Edward 
Willoughby 
of Wollaton 
in Com. 
Nottingham 



Ml 



ary 
ux. 
Hum- 
ffrey 
Wal- 
dron 



I 
Elizebeth 

uz. Thomas 

Tottishurst 

of ... in 

Com. Kent 



Christopher: 
Willoughby 
of Pens- 
hurst in 
Com. Kent 

B 



:Margerett 

d.of 

Bichard 

Tottis- 

hurst 



* There is another shield tricked quartering these coats with those described at page 145, with the 
owl for crest as before. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



185 



1 



I 
Thomas Willoughby: 

of Bore Place in 

Com. Kent 



:Catherin d. of S"^ Per- 
eiuall Harte of . . . 
in Com. Kent 



I 
Kellom Wil-: 

loughby 



:Catherin d. 
of Stephen 
Goldwell 



S' Percivall Willoughby= 
of Wollaton in Com. 
Nottingham 1635 



=Bridgett d. & coheire of Francis Wil- 
loughby of Wollaton in Com. Nott- 
ingham 



I I 

Fnswold 
Elizebeth 



I 
Edward=Winiffrid d. & co- 

Wil- heire of Francis 

loughby Willoughby sister 

of Bridgett 



Thomas 

Bridgett 

SibbeU 



1 I I 
Eobert Wil 

loughby 

George 

Henery 



S' Francis Willoughby—Cassandra d. of Thomas Ridg- 
of Midleton in Com. ~ 

Warwick Knt. 1635 



I 



way of Tore in Com. Deuon 
Lord Bidgway in Ireland 



I. 

Lettice 1 daughter 



bh 



Catherin 2 daughter 



1 
Edward Wil- 
loughby of 
Cossull in 
Com. Nott- 
ingham 



I 

Henery 

Wil. 

loughby 



Percivall Wil-: 
loughby of the 
towne of 
Darby 1634 



I 
Francis Willoughby 



:Elizebeth d. of 
8' Francis 
Cooke of 
Trusley in 
Com. Darby 



Bobert 



I 



John Willoughby 



2 B 



18G THE MSITATIOS OF THE COUSTT OF SOTnSGHAM. 

I^utton. 

•S' Seward Lord Sutton of Sutton in Holdernes 
in the County of Yorke had jMue aa apereth 

tS* Serius Lord Sutton of=Jdithe sister of Wm. Legroae 
Sutton »onn & heire of S^ , E. of Aubemarle & Cham- 
Seward maried pajne A Lord of Holdemea 



William Lord Sutton of Sutton in HoldemeB=M^abell Lady Bardolffe 
Bonn & heire of S' SeriuB I 



Amandua Lord Sutton firBt=. . . dauf^hter of Albanye 
of that name Earle of Anmdell 



S' Seriui Lorde Sutton of Sutton^Johane daughter of the Lord Ayncoat 



AmanduB Lord Sutton of Sutton = Beatrice d. & coheire of 
the 2* of that name I S' William Watton Knt. 

_ I 

ScnuB Lord Sutton of Sutton Jn=Anne d. of Willm. 
Holdemes 3' of that name I Lord Bo^so 

JScriuB Lord Sutton= Constance dt'l oeo John Sutton 2d sonn was Abbott 

4"' of tliat name i (eic) daughter of . . , of the Monastery of Meux 



Mau'lc 1 dauchter of Marv 2^ dauRhtcr ConBtnnce 3* daugbter 

8' Serins ui:iriud to " maried to H' John maried to S' Peetcr 

» Willm. Percye Knt. Melton Knight Mololacue Knight 



I I 

AmanduB Sutton Thomas Sutton of wbome 

heiro of John of whomo Suttou is deHceiided Sutton of 

I'af;;anell Barron of Waraoii is Averham & S' Willm. 

Dudlye & Earle descended Sutton M' nf Burton 

of Somcry Lazers Knight 

S' John Sutton Knight Bnron Dudley 

Tliis ilruPCiit or pcttojroe was laken out of an old booko of Eiiidonccs kept in tho AbbftJ of Ueux 
fnim till' fiiiiii(lulitm nf the «nne Abliav «c^h wns in Kinr; Ilencr; tlie First Ijmo vnlo the ruing 
ilowiiu uf thti winio Abbny in t!iB tyniB of King 11. 8. this Abbaj wa« founded bj William Legroao 
Eiiiiu uf Albt'tiiarlc ami Cliampajno wch has ncaro couen to William the Conqueror & cams into 
Knickiiiil uilli biin web William Conqueror did «■"« rnto him the Count; of Holdemea within the 
<\>iiiit; nf Vnrk wlirare thia Abbay of Mem did alnnd thif booko wan in the keeping of M'' Eatofta 
wlicn ihi-i-opic wanliiki-ii out of it b; Edmond Knight al'g Chester Herald of Armca A« dni 1666 in 
llie 7'^ vean- of Quwno Elizebulli. 

• Thia Lord Sownrd Sii1t«ii liucd nt the limp that the puisant and Ticforim prince William doka 
ol Koniiiiiicly ['Oni|iii.'n.'fl thin noble Realmo of England. 

t This S' HiTim Lord Sutton gauo lands to tlie Abbay of S[eui in the »" joaro of king Stephen 
a*apirr<>tli by the aamo booke of Eiiidences where tho geneulojfjo of his nobis Aunceaton were Oon- 
tinually |in-M>rurd till tho Batiiig do«iie of the aame monastcrr. 

X Thia i'^ Scriua Lord SuttOD lyeth buried at autton in Holdernea with the Lyon with the doble 
tajle one his elieilil. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



187 



(Harl. 1400.) 

Arms. Ardent, a chief indented azure. 

Crest. On a chapeau or turned up azure a wivern of the last. 

A letter from king Hen. 8 under his owne hand in the 34 yeare of his reigne to 
Christopher Fitz-Eandolphe Esq. to Leuy all such forces as were within his 
Stewardship as Steward to his Ma"^. 

Another letter from H. 8 vnder his hand to x'pofer Fitz Eandolph for the 
Leuying forces for the Duke of Norff. to goe against the Scotts in the 34 yeare of 
his Keigne. 

Christopher Fitz-Randolfe Esq. of=Joane vel Jane da. & coh. of Cuthbert Lang- 
Langton Hall in Com. Nott. ton of Midleton in Com. Warr. A' 



Tho. Fitz-Eandolfe: 
Sonne & heire 



:Catherine d. of S' Godfry 
Foliamb of Walton in 
Com. Derby K* 



)hn 



John Fitz Eandolf of=Joane 



Birch wood in Com. 
Derby 2 sonne 



da. of 



I 



James Fit z-= Catherine da. 



Randolfe of 
Langton 
Hall in Com. 
Nott. Lining 
1614 



of S' Walter 
Mantle of 
Heyford in 
Com. Northt. 



Edward Fitz 
Randolf of 
Birch wood 
eldest Sonne 



Cbristopher=Ann da. & 3. John 



Fitz-Ean- 
dolf of Nor- 
manton in 
Com. Derby 



coh. of 
Hugh 
Wood of 
Normanton 



Filalethes 
Sonne & 
heire set. 22 
An' 1614 



I I 
Thomas 

Ferdinando 



Isabell 



I 

John Fitz-Eandolf 
Sonne & heire mar. 
Eliz. da. of . . . 
Franke of Wins- 
wold in Com. Nott. 



I 

Ann wife to 
. . . Hare 
of Notting- 
ham 



Edward Fitz-Randolfe of= 
Chesterfeld in Com. 
Derby A^ 1640 



: Ann d. of W°* Allwood of 
Little Normanton in 
Com. Derby 



George 
Jane 



John ffit. 
4 an. 



Edward set. 
2 an. 8. p. 



I 



I 



I 



I 



Charles Phillip Joshua Henry Ann 
s. p. 



Omnib' xpi fidelib' ad quos hoc p'sens scriptum p*uen'rit Cuthbt* Langton de 
Midleton in Com. Warr. gentleman Salut' Sciat' me dedisse concescisse &c. Joh*is 
Markham Milit', Joh'is Souch Milit', Jo. Willowby Ar', Joh'is Fitz-Randolfe Ar', 
Edw. Willowby At', Nicho' Strelley Ar', Joh'is Sauage Clico*, & Aliis, omnia Man*ia 
terr* & tenementa mea in westwood hall al's diet* Langton Hall, Hucknalls 
Tarkerd, durty Hucknall, Mansfeld woodhous, Kirkby in Ashfeild, & walthow 
Chaworth in Com. Nott', & Birchwood in Com' Derby, int' Cuthb'ta ex vnse p'te & 
xpoferu* Fitz-Randolfe ex alter p'te Sciatis de maritagio int' xpofer* Fitz Randolfe 
Consanguiniu' ipsius xpoferi & Johanna Langton unam filiar' & hcred' apparent' 
p'dict' Cuthbert An^ 6 H. 8. 



188 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 



Witii^tfi o! Baribp anti ^otting{)am in tbt 
time of Hins €tib)arti tfte IRrst 

Sib William de MouiraGOMEBT : — Or, an eagle displayed azure. 
Sib John de Labqffobd : — Paly of six or and gules, a bend argent. 
SiB Hugh de Cult : — Argent, a chevron sable between three pellets. 
Sib John de Sobpey (Stepet Harl. 1400) : — Azure, a cross or fretty gules. 
SiB Jonir LE Fauconeb: — Argent, three falcons belled gules. 
Sib Kichabd de Hebthull : — Argent, two bars vert. 
Sib Bobebt de Poutbell: — Or, on a bend azure three fleurs-de-lis argent. 
Sib Pebs Ptcott : — Azure, a bend engrailed between six martlets or. 
Sib Walteb Hackett : — Argent, two bends gules. 
Sib Thomas de Newmabch : — Argent, a fess indented gules. 
Sib John de Newmabch: — Q-ules, a fess indented or. 
Sib Robebt db Eos : — Gules, three water bougets ermine. 
Sib John de Ros: — Argent, three water bougets sable. 
Sib Nicholas de Hastings : — Or, a maunch gules, a label azure. 
Sib John de Vaus : — Chequ^ argent and gules, a label azure. 
Sib John de Loudham : — Argent, on a bend azure three cross crosslets or. 
Sib John de Habbington : — Argent, a chief gules, a bend azure. 
Sib Fbancis de Yillebs : —Gules, billett^ and a cross or. 
Sib John Bfbdon : — Gules, three pilgrims' staves meeting in base argent. 
Sib Walteb Touke : — Sable, billett^ or, a canton ermine. 
Sib John Stbechlet : — Argent, an eagle displayed sable. 
Sib Thomas Mallett : — Gules, a fess ermine between six oval buckles or. 

Here ends the Knights in E. II. (sic) time. 

Atbe: — Gules, three doves argent, beaked and legged or. 

Sib Thomas Eamstone : — Argent, a chevron and in dexter chief a cinquefoil sable. 

Heton : — Argent, six trefoils 3, 2, and 1 vert. 

Baxteb (per Gutan, King of Abmes) : — Ermine, on a chevron gules three be- 
zants. 

Hebtlet ob Hetlet op Stibton : — Azure, three bars argent on a chief of the 
last as many escallops gules. 

MusTON OP Gotham : — Or, a chevron between three swords' points upwards gules. 
»^ Methlet op Estlet : — Barry of six sable and argent, on a chief of the last (?) 

three mullets pierced of the first. 

Illingwobth: — Argent, a fess or flory counterflory sable between three escal- 
lops of the last. 

Bingham : — Or, on a fess between three mullets gules as many water bougets 
argent. 

Pickering -. — Gules, on a fess argent between three fleurs-de-lis or as many hurts. 

Sib Willm. Babington: — Argent, ten torteaux, a label azure (Harl. 1400). 

Sib Thomas Chawobth :— Quarterly 1 and 4. Azure, two chevrons or. 2 and 3 
Sable, an escutcheon within an orle of cinquefoils argent (Uarl. 1400). 



; 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 189 

Oglethorpe op Kynnalton: — Argent, a fees dancette charged with a mascle 

between three boars' heads sable. 

Crest. A boar's head argent couped and vulned gules, pierced with a broken 

spear, the staff or, the point argent, and charged on the neck with a mascle 

sable (Harl. 1400). 
MoNox : — ^Azure, on a chevron embattled counter-embattled or between three 

herons argent a leopard's face between two fleurs-de-lis gules. 

Crest. A demi heron argent, wings gules, in the mouth a flower or, slipped 
and leaved vert (Harl. 1400). 

Hatfeilde op Willouohbt: — Ermine, on a chevron sable three cinquefoils or 
(Harl. 1400). 

White of Tuxpord : — Gules, a chevron engrailed vair between three lions ram- 
pant or. 

Crest. Out of a coronet argent a demi-eagle sable (Harl. 1400). 

John Alestree Prior op Thuroarton: — Three keys erect. 

John Harisox : — Quarterly. 1 and 4. Argent, a fess flory counterflory gules between 
three anchors sable. 2 and 3. Argent, a fess gules between two cotises en- 
grailed sable. 

Grenould : — Quarterly. 1. Argent, on a chevron sable three bucks of the field. 
2. Barry gules and argent, a label azure. 3. Or, a chevron gules. 4. Sable, 
a chevron between three mullets or, a \^ordure of the last. 

Barker op South Leverton : — Argent, three piles meeting in base vert, over 
all a chevron gules. 

Lewes op Hedon : — Sable, a bend ermine between six owls argent. 

Tee or Tte : — Gules, on a chevron between three tigers argent as many roses of 
the field. 

Crest. A tiger's head erased argent. 

Kobert Browne op Newarke : — Per pale giiles and sable, on a chevron en- 
grailed argent between three leopards' faces as many escallops azure. 

Crest. A heron azure, head and wings gules, beaked and legged or, collared . . . 

Sutton : — Azure, on a chief or a lion rampant between two squirrels sejant gules. 

Stanton : — Argent, two chevrons sable. 

Crest. On a mount vert, a tiger proper. 

Wtlde op Netleworth (p' Gilbert Dethick, Garter) : — Or, a fess between 
three bucks' heads erased sable. 

Crest. A demi buck sable, attired unguled and gorged with a coronet or. 

Wtlde op Netleworth : — 1 and 4. Sable, a chevron engrailed argent, on a chief 
of the last three martlets of the field. 2 and 3. Or, a fess between three bucks' 
heads erased sable attired gules. 

Crest. A demi buck sable, attired unguled and gorged with a coronet or. 

Thomas Gunthorpe op Tuxpord in the Clay (this stands in the Church there) : — 
Gules, a bordure and bend gobonatcd argent and azure, on the bend between 
two lions' heads erased of the second threiB leopards' faces or. 

Levett op Normanton: — Sable, a fess embattled counter-embattled between 
three wolves' heads erased argent. 

Piumptree : — ^Argent, on a saltire sable five fleurs-de-lis or. 

Denman : — Argent, three lions' heads erased gules. 



190 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM. 

WoDEsoNN OP LowDHAM AND GuNTHOEPE : — Qules, on a chief argent three quatre- 
foils vert. 

Gbest. Out of a coronet or a flame of fire proper. 
AsLACTON OP AsLACTON : — Argent, a fess fusilly gules, on each fusil an escallop or. 

Cbest. a cock's head erased sable, combed and wattled gules. 
Holland : — Three lions' gambs erased. 

Bawdeick : — Sable, a chevron argent erased surmounted by another humette gules. 

Sib Kichabd "Whatton of Whatton, as on his sheld on his tombe in "Wbatton 

Church, and in other places there : — Argent, on a bend sable between six cross 

crosslets gules three bezants. 

Heney Stanley op Sutton Bonington : — Or, three eagles* legs erased gules, on 

a chief indented azure as many bucks* heads cabossed or. 

Ceest. An eagle's head or, charged on the neck with three pellets 2 and 1, 
in the beak a leg as in the arms. 

The following coats are tricked on the last page of Harl. 1555. 
Lacock of Nottingamb OS Lyncolne: — Argent, a dexter gauntlet sable, gar- 
nished or. 

Ceest. A cock argent, combed wattled and legged gules, and holding in 
his dexter claw a gauntlet as in the arms. 
Plumteee of Nottingham : — Argent, a chevron between two mullets pierced in 
chief and an annulet in base sable. 

Ceest. A phoenix argent out of fire proper. 

(Harl. 1400.) 
Disclaymed at Nottingham the 28 of Septemb' 1614, these names who were 
Liueing within the wapentakes of Bingham Eusheliff" & Broxtow within the said 
County of Nottingham. 

Eobeet Pobtee of Bingham. 
Thomas Shipman of Scaeington. 
Hugh Kiechinee of Oeston. 
Jewell Baenaed op Eastbeidgfoed. 
Feancis Kilboene op Stanpoed. 
AVill'm Eice op Cosh all. 
Nicholas Steey of Beeston. 
Heney Beoce op Beoxton. 
Geoppey Beock op Basfoed. 
Geoege Hoestaff op Eastwood. 
Heney Pym of Chellwell. 
Eafhe Someeshall op Manspeild. 



191 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Names in CAPITALS are hoadinpfs of pedigrees. 
italics have their arms blazoned, 
brackets ( ) are maiden nani^. 
„ [J are titles, etc. 






Abdey, —,113. 
Abell, Edward, 165. 

Lucoy (Sachoverell), 165. 
Abney, Marj' (Brookesby), 134. 

Paule, 134. 
Aderley, Elizabeth (North), 82. 
Adripan, — , 105. 
Adryporij 105. 
Ager, 136. 
Ap:er, Henery, 136. 
Hugh, 136. 
— (Urswick), 136. 
Albanye [E. of Artmdell], 186. 
AlbiniacuH, Odinellus de, 79. 
Aldham, John, 46. 

Merabell, 107. 
Aldredg, Anne, 21. 
Aleby, Gaufridus de, 52. 
Gilbertus de. 52. 
Nigellus de, 62. 
Kapeius de, 52. 
Thomas de, 52. 
Alestree^ 189. 
Alflford, Francis, 132. 

Lancelott, 132. 
Alfreton, 132. 
Alfreton, Allice, 132. 
Avice, 132. 
Radulphusde, 132. 
KobertuB de, 132. 
Thomas de, 132. 
WilUam, 132. 
Williamus de, 132. 
Algar, Atsur, 52. 
Allen, Anne (Wase), 173. 

George, 173. 
Alling^n, Cordelia, 7. 
Joane (Cordall), 7. 
Bichard, 7. 
All wood, Ann, 187. 

William, 187. 
Alphew, Dorathey, 184. 
Edmond, 184. 
Elizabeth, 184. 
Bridgett, 184. 
Joane, 184. 
John, 184. 
Margerett, 184. 
Alsop, 34. 



Alsop, Joane, 34. 
Alvy, Catherin (Hunt), 167. 
Amersonn, Elizabeth (Wase), 
173 
Thomas, 173. 
Amias, Pcrcivall, 64. 
Anastan, Gilbert de, 44. 

William do, 45. 
Andcraonn, Mary, 98. 
Elizebeth, 130. 
Thomas, 98. 
Georsre, 130. 
Angcville, Thomas, 105. 
Angovine, Thomas, 105. 
Anne, Elizabeth (Nevell), 65. 

Martyn, 65. 
AnnexUy, 123, 125, 146. 
Anncsley, Amye ( — P — ), 125. 
Allice, 127. 
Sir Hugh, 146. 
Issabell, 146. 

Joane de [Vis. of Notting- 
ham], 45. 
John de, 125. 
Sir John de, 125, 126. 
Thomas, 126. 
WUUam, 126. 
Annslef/, 125. 
Annsley, Anne [ — P — ], 125. 

John, 125. 
Ansley, — , 50, 
Aplebv, Agnes (Slory), 87. 
Allice, 87. 
Sir Edward, 87. 
Issabell (Bruse), 166. 
Margerett, 87. 
William, 166. 
Aprecher, Elizabeth (Power), 

177. 
Apsley, Catherin, 39. 

Sir Heniy, 39. 
AreheSf 14 jTin note], 64. 
Arches, Gilbert de, 14. 

Issabell, 14. 

Theodania, 14. 

Theophania, 14. 
Archer, Afra (Comwallis), 161. 

Sir Arther, 161. 
Arcubus Robertus de, 141. 



Ardetiy 157. 
Arden, Beatrix, 157. 
Elizab. (Swinfford), 157. 
Roger, 157. 
Sir Thomas, 157. 
Arley, Anne (Warberton), 25. 
Armestrong, — , 108. 
Armstrong, Gilbert, 10. 

Margarett (Byron), 10. 
ArmjTi, Bartholomew, 122, 128. 
Catherin (Chaworth), 122, 
128. 
Arraby, Rodbertus de, 52. 

Rogerus de, 52. 
Arundell, E. of [Albanye], 186. 
Margarett ( Willoughby), 149. 
Sir Mathew, 149. 
Thos. Lord A. of Warder, 149. 
Ashbyo, Catherin (Haseliig), 

153. 
Ashe, — , 170. 
Ashley, Giles, 138. 

SibbeU, 138. 
Ashton, Bridgett (Elwis), 30. 
Edward, 30. 
— (Randall), 62. 
Ashton, James, 128. 

Valencia, 128. 
Aslaeton^ 190. 
ABlerton, Issabell, 70. 

William, 70. 
Astley, Giles, 42. 

SibbeU, 42. 
Assaby, — , 167. 
Aston, Cordelia, 8. 
Joanne (Littleton), 10. 
John, 10, 103. 
Margerett, 78. 
Mary (Byron), 10. 
Roger, 8. 
Rose, 103. 
Sir Richard, 10. 
Atherton, Anne (Byron), 10. 
Catherin (Conyers), 10. 
Elizabeth (Byron), 1.0. 
John, 10, 94. 
Margerett, 94. 
Atkinson^ 129. 
ATKINSON, 129. 



ilnT 



IN 



AtKIKBON— emtinutd. 

Anno (Moirey), 12B. 

Kiraboth, 128. 

Elizab, (Chippoham), 129. 

Joiuie (Poaiwiui], 129. 

John, 129. 

William, 120. 

Thomas, 12S. 
AtutU, 106. 
Atw^ll, Anno, 10£. 

BrCdgett (K>inc), lOfi. 

Christian (Pigott), 106. 

Christiipher, 106. 

Onca (Okonor), lOS. 

Hamond, lOS. 

Jamos, lOS. 

Joano, lOB. 

John, lOfi. 

Julian (Upton), lOfi. 

Mar^orctt, 106. 

Manan, lOS. 

Uaffo, 106. 

Rohort, lOS. 

Sir Thomae, 106. 

Thomaa. 106. 

Unula (Leech), lOS. 

— (Adripan), 105. 

— (Iliusan), 106. 

— (Logborno), 106. 
AuboTmarle and Cbainpayni>, 

¥.. of, 186. 
Audolov. EIi». (North), 82. 

vft Athiirlov, B2. 
Audloy, Sir Itaaot, 10. 

Miiry, 16. 
Auk, Buntrix, IDS. 

Sir Goffroy, lOS. 
AunRrolI, Anno, SS. 

William, 88. 
Aunftorvilo, Lord Robert, S2. 

HabilU, 62. 
AunBlowo, — , 66. 
Avonell, Robert, 63. 

Eva (Lomington), S3. 
Aylesbery, Hugh, 126. 
AyUibum, 123, 12S. 
Aylesbury, Catheiin (Paben- 
ham), 126. 



ED in 



,126. 



Hugh, 126. 

lisabtJl (Mortimer), 126. 

Joane (Baaeett), 12S. 
[«* note], 126. 

John, 126. 

Margerett (Eaynoa), 126. 

Nicholas, 126, 

Phillip, 126. 

Richard de, Mr., 126. 

Robert de, 126. 

Sir Roger de, 126. 

Thomas, 126. 

Sir Thomas, 126. 

Sir Waller de, 126. 

William de. 12S. 
— (Someria), 129. 

rSirJohn, 126, "I 

LiBaabell (Strange), 12e.J 
Ayliffo, EliEBbeth, 100. 
Ayliabury. Thomas, 1 26. 

Sir William, 100. 
Ayloff, Eliiahcth (Whalley) 



INDEX TO NAMES. 

Ayloff— tnHifiBiiid. 

Willism, 118. 
Ayncourt, Lord, ISO. 

Johane, 18S. 
AjfTi, IBS. 
Ay$eoHglt, 77. 
AYSCOUQH, 77. 

Anno, 77. 

Dorathey, 77. 

Dorathey (Fitivilliama), 

Edward, 77. 
EHmboth (Cole), T7. 
Elizabeth (Dighton), 77. 
Eliiaboth (Hansard), 77. 
EliEabeth (Strelley), 21. 
Sir Francis, 77. 
John, 77. 
Sir Rotrer, 77. 
Sir WiUiam, 77. 
Willianj, 21, 77. 

— (Gibson), TT. 

— (Roberts), 77. 

Babi,.glo„, 160. 188. 
BABINOTON, 160, 161, 162. 

Ada do, 46. 

Allico, 161. 

Anno (Bovorcotta), 172. 

Anno, 161, 169. 

Sir Anthony, 7, 24, 162. 

Arnold, 161. 

Augustin, 162. 

Barnard, 18. 

Boatrin, 161. 

Sir Bcmarf, 160, 

Benodicta (Ward), 160. 

Cathorin, 21, 127, 162. 

Catherin (SacheveroU), 162, 

164, 
Edith (Fitiherbort), 161, 
Elizabeth, 161, 162. 
Elizabeth (Travoa), 162. 
Elizabeth (Ormond), 162, 
Elizabeth (Holcombe), 162. 
Elizabeth (Frenah), 161. 
Emme (Knowlla), 161, 
Fayth. 162. 
Francos. 163. 
Frances (Markham), 24, 

162. 
Francis, 162, 
George, 172. 
Henry, 24. 162. 
Huinffley. 162. 
IsBabelL 120, 161. 
Issnbell (Dothick), 161. 
Isaaboll (Bradbome), 161. 
Jane. 162. 
Jarvice [Bishop of Wor- 

oeater], 18. 
Joano (— f— ), 162. 
John, 7, 36, 120, 161, 162, 

169. 
Sir John, 160, 162. 
Margaret, 7. 

Margarett (Neasfold), 161, 
Margerett (Martell), 161, 
Margerett (Weynman), 161. 
Mai^ery, 161. 
Maty (Darcyc), 162, 
Michoell, 162. 



Bahik oton— eon tiititd. 

Nicholas, 161. 

Norman, 161. 

Oripnali, 162. 

Sir Phillip, 162. 

Kaffe, 162. 

Richard, 161. 

Robert, 7, 161. 

Rowland, 162. 

Sancia (Stanhope), 7. 

Sceasely, 36, 161. 

Sence (Stanhope), 162. 

Thomas, 137, 164. 

Sir Thomas, ISI. 

Thomamn (Pollard), 152. 

Ursula (Clifton), 18. 

Walter, 162. 

William, 161, 162. 

Sir William, 161, 1S8. 
Babthorpe, William, 40, 171. 

— (Sotehill), 171. 

Barbara (Constable), 40. 
Bacon, Edmond, 162. 

Elizab. (Corawallia), 162. 
Bagott, Joanne^ 163. 

John, 163. 
Bailee, Bryan, 69. 
Bainbrid^, EluabeOi, 79. 

John. 79. 
BaiuB, RodbcrtDS da, 63. 
Baker, 36. 
BAKER, 36. 

Anne, 36. 

Anne (Pilldngton), 86. 

Bridgett (PowtreU), 36. 

Catherin, 36. 

Elizabeth, 36. 

George, 36. 

Jane, 36. 

Jeremy, 36. 

John, 36, 

Margaret, 36. 

Margaret (Huddeaton), 36. 

Mary, 36. 

Mary (Eyton), 36. 

Richard, 3' 



Th( 



ioma& 36. 
(Hyde), 36. 

— , 137. 
Ball — (Hollis), 62. 
Ballard, 104. 
BALLARD, 104. 

Anne, 104. 

Anne (Lunn), 104. 

Cathenn, 10*. 

Edward, 170. 

Elizabeth, 104. 

Elizabeth (Towneeend), 104. 

Honery, 104. 

Joane (FitEwiUianul), 104. 

Phillip, 104, 

Thomas, 104, 

VallentynB (Rolston), 170. 

WiUiam, 104. 
—,36. 
Ballov, Edith, 177. 
Bolsion. John. 22. 

Catherin (Michell), 22. 
Barber, Dionia, 100, 
Bard, Thomaa, 106. 

Margerett (Yerburgh), 100. 
Bardolph, Lord, 6. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



193 



Bardolph — eon tin ued, 

Hawis (Cromwell), S» 

Mabell, Lady, 186. 
Barentyne, Mary (Read), 184. 

Sir William, 184. 
Barkeley, Lord Henry, 8. 
Barker, 189. 
Barker, ffrancis, 4. 
Barkley, Thomas, 133. 

Emme (Brookesby), 133. 
Barley, Humflfrey, 169. 

Elizabeth (Beresford), 1.59 

Elizabeth (Chaworth), 127. 

Thomas, 127. 
Barlow, — , 131. 
Barnard, 177. 
BARNARD, 177. 

Abell, 177. 

Anne, 177. 

Anne (Hewstas), 177. 

Edith (Ballow), 177. 

Jtwell, 190. 

Joell, 177. 

John, 177. 

Margery, 177. 

Mary, 177. 

Sara, 177. 

Sara (Stoxes), 177. 

Susan, 177. 

Thomas, 177. 

William, 177. 
Bamlake, Mary (Engaine), 126. 

Sir William, 126. 

William, 126. 
Baron al's Barnes, Mary, 88. 

Bartholmew, 88. 
Barre, 142. 
Banre, Agnes, 142. 

Sir John, 142. 
Barrett, Dorathey, 108. 

Joane, 91. 

Joyce (Reynes), 108. 

Vallentyne, 91. 

William, 108. 
Barret/, 107. 
Barrow, Anne, 162. 
Barry, Maud, 107. 

Richard, 48. 

Thomas, 107. 
Barton, Dorathey (Cartwright), 
110. 

Thomas, 110. 
Bartram, 141, 142. 
Bart ram [seal], 141. 
Bartram, Allice, 144. 

Lnda, 141. 

Sir Rowland, 141. 
Banoiek, 179. 
Barwick, Avery, 180, 181. 

Anne, 76, 181. 

Bridgett, 134, 181. 

Edith (Comwallis), 161. 

Elizabeth (Marmyon), 181. 

Gabriell, 176, 181. 
Margerett (Curson), 180. 
Mary (Pennington), 181. 

Robert, 134. 

Thomas, 180. 
William, 180. 
Basford, Margarett, 174. 
BasfordVBassett), 42. 
Basill, Tiiomas, 45. 



Basille, Robert, 120. 
BasUyo ~ (Strelley), 19. 
Bassano, Daniell, 25. 
Bassett, 41, 42, 123, 126, 143. 
BASSETT, 41, 42, 170. 

Agnes (Borough), 42, 170. 

Alexanaer, 42. 

AUioe (Driby), 42. 

Allicef— ?— ), 138. 

Allice (Orby), 138. 

AlHce, 42, 138. 

Anne, 42, 68, 170. 

Anne (Rhodes), 42. 

Catherin, 42, 143, 170. 

Catherin (Sutton), 42. 

Clinton, 42 

Dorathey, 42, 170. 

Edmond, 42. 

Edward, 42, 59, 138. 

Elinor, 42. 

Elizabeth, 42, 138. 

Elizabeth (Colevill), 41. 

Elizabeth (Donham), 42, 170. 

Elizabeth (Lascells), 42, 59. 

Elizabeth (Piggott), 42. 

Ellinor, 138. 

George, 42. 

Henry, 42. 

Issabell (Boteler), 41, 138. 

Jane (Staunton), 9. 

Joane, 126. 

— [in note], 126. 
Johannes, 170. 
John, 42, 170. 
Margarett, 42, 124. 
Margarett (Meering), 42. 
Margery (Mering), 13, 170. 
Mary, 42. 

Maud, 24. 

Raffe, 123, 124, 125. 
Sir Raffe, 41, 124, 138. 
Rauffe, 41. 
Sir Rauffe, 42. 
Radulphus, 81, 170. 
Richard, 42, 68, 125. 
Ricardus, 170. 
Sir Richard, 42, 170. 
Robert, 41, 42. 
Robertus, 170. 
Sibell (Astley), 42. 
Sibell (Ashley), 138. 
Sibell (Colvile;, 138. 
Simon, 41, 138, 170. 
Simond, 41. 
Thomas, 13, 42, 170. 
Sir Thomas, 143. 
William, 42, 170. 
SirWiUiam,41, 138. 
WiUiehnus, 170. 

— (Lyseux), 41, 170 

[of Sapcott, Lord, 41, 42.] 
Bates, — , 85. 
Batte, Marg. (Elwis), 21. 

William, 29. 
Bawdrick, 190. 
Bawdwyn, Frances, 158. 

Thomas, 158. 
Bawme, Bridgett (Eyre), 43. 

Thomas, 43. 
Bawnes, Henricus de, 53. 
Baxter, 188. 

Bayly, AUice, 173. 



Baxter — ^iontin ued^ 
John, 173. 
Mary (Cludd), 101. 

Waiiam, 4. 

— , 104. 
Baynham, Anne, 22. 

Joane, 21, 22. 

Sir George, 21, 22. 
Beaston, — , 65. 
Beauchamp, Issabell, 124. 

WilHam, 124. 
Beauford, John, 127. 

Margery ^Chaworth), 127. 
Beaumont, Eliz. (Bourchier), 7. 

Henry, 7. 

John, 34. 

Margaret, 10. 

Marye, 87. 

Scisseley, 34. 

Thomas, 87. 

— (Bassett), 42. 
Beckard, Eliz. (Molineux), 72. 
Beckingham, John, 46. 
Beckwith, Ellen, 58. 

Mary (Samon), 36. 

William, 35. 
Beecher, Henry, 39. 

Margarett, 39. 
Bekering, Sii- John, 12, 23. 

Maud, 12. 

Millescent, 23. 
Belcher, William, 38. 

Christian (Dabridgcourt), 38. 
Belfeld, Francis, 116. 

Ursulow (Whalley), 116. 
Belgrave, Margarett, 43. 

Margarett (Willoughby), 146. 

Thomas, 43. 

WiUiam, 146. 
Belin, Scisseley (Poole), 27. 

Bollin, vel, 27. 
Belknap, Elizabeth, 7. 
Bell, 34. 
Boll, Dorathey, 34. 

John, 34. 
Bellamy, William, 4. 
Bellases, Sir Thomas, 31. 

[Lord Falconbridge], 31. 
BeUaqua, 160. 
Bellaqua, Allice, 160. 

John de, 160. 

Lucey, 160. 
Bellers, Agatha (Bingham), 52. 

Alice, 5. 

Elizabeth (Howby), 58. 

Hamondus, 52. 

Hamund, 52. 

Johannes, 52. 

Jacobus, 52. 

James, 180. 

John, 53, 54, 58. 

Sir John, 58. 

Katherine (Digby), 54. 

Mabillia (Aungervile), 52. 

Margareta, 54. 

Margareta ^Bemake), 52. 

Mar^reta (Delaine), 44. 

Manan, 58. 

Matilda, 44. 

Radulphus, 52. 

Roger, 5. 

Rogerus, 44. 

2 c 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



BbUots— eondBUBi. 




Barapson, fi2. 
SibUW (Perera), fi2. 


EUenoT, 172. 


Ellinora(-P— ), 171. 


William, 52. 


Fabelh.(-F— ), 171. 


StllinsiT, 106. 


I8«abella, 172. 


BicWd.94. 


Jane, 172. 

Joanna (Byron), 171. 


Bensted, Edmoiid. 6. 


JoannjB(— P— ), 171. 


Elizabeth (Cromirell), 6. 


Joanna, 171. 


John, m. 


Johanneade, 171. 


Margerr (Chaworth), 127. 


Johnde. 171. 172. 


J»™/okl69. 


John, 172. 


BERESFORD, 1G9. 


Mare, 172. 


Adam, 169. 


Mary, 74, 172. 


Aden, 1S9. 


Malaria (-P-), 171. 
Margemtt (Serleby), 172. 


Agnea (Hafloall), 189. 


icrr 


Milleiacia, 172. 


Richard, 172. 


Anno, 169. 


Richard de. 171. 


Bonnett, 169. 


Ricardag, 171, 172. 


Edwarf,8. 


Samwell, 162 [Bevercoteel. 


Elizabeth. 159. 


Sawell,172. 


Ellen (Greene), 169. 




FranceB, 169. 


Sence, 172. 


George, 169. 


Thomas, 171, 172. 


Hugh, 189. 


William, 171, 172. 


Humfrey, 169. 


WUhelmUBde, 171. 


Jaraeg, 169. 




John, 169. 


— (Lragh), 172. 


Lourance, 169. 


— (Rawson), 172. 
Billing, Isabell, 106. 


Lacey, Tfi. 


Mary, 189. 


Sir John, lOfi, 108. 


Kicholaa, 169. 




Olivia, 8. 


Sir WallOT, 105. 




Billingay. Anne. 114. 


Robert, 168. 


JohS.114. 


Rose (Fitzwilliam), 169. 


SinffAnm, 121, 142,169, 1£B. 


Thutstan, 189. 


BINGHAM, 121, 144. 


Thomas, 169. 


Agatha, 62. 


— (Bmley), 169. 


Agnea. 167. 


Allioe.142, 144. 


Chriatopber, 110. 


AUioe (Bartiam), 144. 


Bemak, Hugh, B3. 


Anna, 121. 


John, fi3. 


Anna (Strelley), 121. 


Senuii^ 136. 


Anne (Strelley , 20. 


Betnake, John, 6. 


Edmond, 144. 


EUena (Lymbury), 62. 


Elizabeth, 166. 


K[atilda,6. 


Elizabeth (Cbamella), 121. 
Joano, 60. 


Mary, 76. 




Nicholas, 52. 


Margaret (Frerill), 121, 146 


Bomard. John, 46. 


Margeria, 121, 


— . 139. 


Margeria (Rempeon), 121. 


Berroyke.Almere,20. 
Beet, John, 104. 


Margery, 16. 

Richani 20, 62, 144. 


BeatweU — (Flower), 122. 


Richard de, 46. 


Berrrcottt, 171. 


Ricaittue, 121. 


BEVERCOTT8, 171, 172. 


Sir Richard, 16, 142, 144, 146 


A,^e« (Holt), 172. 
Alexander, 172. 


Baffe, 166. 167. 


Robert, 144. 


Alliee, 172. 


William, 144. 


Anne. 162. 172. 


[Jurticol, 169. 


Anna (HoUing worth), 172. 


BingUy, 16S. 


Anne (SUynfforth), 172. 


BINGIJIY, 1-15. 


Anthony, 172. 


Dorathov (Rpynos). 166. 


Barbara. 172. 


Barbara (Clarkeonn), 172. 


Elizabeth' (Bol'ton). 16S. 


Bridgett, 172. 


Franoia, 166. 


Catherine, 172. 


Geoise. 156. 


Cuthbert. 7*. 143, 172. 


Gertride, 155. 


Dorethey, 172. 


Gervaae, 166. 


Henery, 166. 



BraoLBT— «o« tiatied. 
HelloD, 156. 
Mary, 155. 

Rictuml, 165. 

Robert, 155. 
— (Forrter), 155. 
Birketts. Richard, 3. 
Sinm, 143. 
Biron, AUioe. 143. 

Elizabeth (Boswell), 21. 

Sir John, 143. 

RIchaid. 21. 
Biisam, Sir John, 105. 
Jtlackdtn, 29. 
Blackden, — , 29. 
Blackmor, John, 152. 

Catherin (Babington), 152. 
Blackenall — [nolo], 113. 
DlattiaU. 113. 
BLACKNALL, 113. 

Elizebetb. 113. 

Elizabeth (Bnigea), 113. 

George, 113. . 

Jnmea. US- 
John, 113. 

Roger. 113. 

Thomas, 113. 

TTreula (Frands), 113. 

WiUiam, 113. 
Blackwell, Dionis, 136. 

Marr (Sachaverell), 165. 

WiUiam. 136, 165. 
Blague, Elizabeth, 112. 
BUtcit, 163. 
Blakett, IssabeU, 163. 

John, 163. 
Blaad. 89. 
BLAND, 89, 182. 

Elizabeth, 89. 

Jane (NeveU), 89. 182. 

Jano (Stflphensonn), 89. 

Joane, 89. 

John, 89, 182. 

Margarett, 66. 

Mary, 89. 

MichcU, 89. 

Rebecka (Somcncales), 89. 

Richani, 89, 182. 

Sir Thomas, 66. 

William, 89, 182. 
Blennerhasset, CuthoHn, 162. 

John. 162. 
BtoouUr, 64. 
Btondttlon, 157. - 
BLONDESTON. 157, 16B. 

AlUco, 168. 

Allies (Bradiihaw), 168. 

Anne, 158. 

Anne (Maxey), 158. 

Anne (Nedham), 158. 

Christopher, 168. 

Dorathey, 168. 

Eli7*beth (Windsor), 153. 

FranciB, 168. 

Henory, 158. 

John. 167. 168. 

Lauraaeo, 168. 

Mary, 168, 

Nicholas, 158. 

Reginald. 168. 

Richard, 168. 

Robert, 167, 168. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



195 



Blondeston — continued, 
Thomas, 168. 
William, 158. 

— CBaal&ke), 158. 

— f Jopsay), 158. 

— (Jopesay), 158. 
Blount, Elizabetii, 18, 60. 

Elizabeth (Lister), 60. 
EUen (Byron), 9. 
Mary (West), 60. 
Sir Michell, 60. 
Richard, 60. 
8ir Richard, 60. 
Thomas, 18. 
Walter, 9. 
William, 60. 
Blund&ville, 99. 
Blundeville, Constance, 99. 
Constance (Goumey), 99. 
Edward, 99. 
Elizabeth (Boswell), 99. 
Elizabeth (Inglos), 99. 
Elizabeth (Oodsalve), 99. 
Raphe, 99. 
Richard, 99. 
8ir William, 99. 
William, 99. 
Blmit, Edward, 167. 
Issabell (Hunt), 167. 
John, 167. 
Blyth, Elizabeth, 68. 

William, 68. 
Bolle, 94. 

BOLLE or B0LLE8, 94, 95. 
[also Bolls.] 
Abbigale, 95. 
Anne (Goodcricke), 9^ 
Benjamin, 94. 
Bonaventure, 94. 
Elizabeth, 95. 
Elizabeth (Perkins), 95. 
John, 95. 
Joseph, 95. 
Judith, 95. 
Lucy (Watts), 94. 
Margsirett (Rawson), 94. 
Mary, 95. 

Mary (Witham), 96. 
Samwell, 95. 
Thomas, 95. 
William, 94, 95. 
„ [note], 94. 
Bollin vel Belin, 27. 
BoUingbrooky 77. 
Bolton, Elizab. 165. 
Bond, Anne, 109. 
Ellen (Molineux), 73. 
John, 73. 
Bonnington, William, 164. 
Mary (Sacheverell), 164. 
Booth, Anne, 163. 
Allice, 17. 

Catherin (Lascells), 67. 
Helen (Lascells), 57. 
Jane (Sacheverell), 164. 
John, 9, 17. 
Margery, 9. 
Thomas, 67, 163, 164. 
Borough [or Burgh], 42. 
Agnes, 42, 170. 
Issabell (Monbocher), 50. 
John, 60. 



Borough — continued, 

Thomas, Lord, 42, 170. 
Boaam^ 180. 
Bosco, Emaldus de, 81. 

Emardus de, 81. 

William de, 81. 
Bosomon, — (Willoughby), 

147. 
Bosse, Rodbertus de, 53. 
Bowile^ 64. 
Bosvile, Achilles, 64. 

Alice, 65. 

Constance (Mountney), 64. 

Elizabeth, 65. 

Sir John, 64. 

Thomas, 64. 

William, 66. 

— f Amias), 64. 

— (Beaston), 65. 

— (Radcliffi, 64. 
Boswell, Elizabeth, 99. 

Allice, 65. 

Elizab. (Novell), 66. 
Thomas, 65. 
William, 65. 
Boteler, Allice, 31. 
Issabell, 41, 138. 
WiUiam, 31, 41, 138, 
164. 

— (Willoughbv), 147. 

— (Sacheverell), 164. 
Bothomaelly 23. 

Bothomsell, Joane, 23. 

Sir Nicholas, 23. 
Bouill, Hugo de, 62. 

Robertus de, 62. 
Bourchier, Humflfrey, 6. 

Joanna (Stanhope), 6. 

ffulco, 7. 

Mary (Comwallis), 162. 

Ralph, 6. 

WiUiam, 162. 

[E; of Bathl, 162. 
Boure, Hugo de, 45. 
Bovington, Margarett, 106. 

Thomas, 106. 
Bowett, 160. 
Bowett, Elizabeth, 127, 160. 

Elizabeth (Zouch), 160. 

Margarett, 127, 160. 

Nicholas, 127. 

Sir Nicholas, 160. 
Bofjptortf 146. 
Bowyer, John, 136. 

Elizabeth (Draper), 136. 

Sir Edmond, 137. 

— (Bynde), 137. 
Boyle, uatherin, 36. 

Sir Richard, 35. 
. Dungarven], 35. 
. of Cork], 36. 
Boys, Bennett, 27. 

Thomas, 27. 
Boyvill, 16. 
Boyvill, Anne, 171. 
Elizal 






Uizabeth, 171. 
George, 171. 
Hugh, 171. 
John, 171. 
Richard, 171. 
Thomas, 171. 
William, 171. 



Bozom, Catherin (Markham), 
24. 

Sir Henry, 24. 

Sir Richard, 24. 
Bozon, — (Willoughby), 17. 
Bracebridge, Edith, 133. 

Joyce (Willoughby), 147. 

Richard, 147. 
Bradbome, Henery, 161. 

Humflfrey, 166. 

Issabell, 146, 161. 

Jane, 165. 

John, 146. 
Braddock, Cassandra, 121. 
Bradford, Frances, 97. 

Robert, 97. 
Bradshaw, Allice, 168. 

Catherin, 32. 

Florence, 108. 

Jane, 116. 

John, 116. 

Margarett (Cressy), 41. 

RobOTt, 41. 

lliomas, 32. 
Bradshawe, Joane, 116. 

John, 115. 
Braham, 161. 
Braisford, AUice, 132. 

John, 132. 
Bramston, Sir Thomas, 56. 

— (Franke), 56. 
Brana, Anne, 167. 

Bridgett (Stanton), 181. 

Jerom, 167. 

Jeromy, 181. 
Bray, 167. 
Bray, Allice, 167. 

John, 23. 

Sdssely (Markham), 23. 
Braybrooke, Nicholas, 126. 

sir Reignald, 126. 
Brecknock, George, 177. 

Judith (Power), 177. 
Brendisley, 140. 
BRENDISLEY, 140. 

Anno, 140. 

Beatrix (Novell), 140. 

Catherin (Stephenson), 140. 

Elizebet^ (Poole), 140. 

Francis, 140. 

G^rvase, 140. 

Jane, 140. 

John, 140. 

Mary, 140. 

Mary (Onley), 140. 

Robert, 140. 

Sdssely, 140. 

— (Holmes), 140. 

— (Kirkby), 140. 
Brent, Allice, 176. 
Brereton, William, 103. 
Bresley, — , 169. 

Brother, Margerett (Parkins), 

169. 
Breto/te, 33. 
Bretofto, Catherin, 33. 

John, 33. 

Margarett, 33. 
Brett, 123. 
Brett, Catherin. 124. 

Bamburga (Daincourt), 124. 

Joane le (Bleriz), 124. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Brett — eontiniied. 

Joane, 68. 

Sir JohD la, 124. 

tSir John, 68. 

lloger, 124. 
Bretton, Elizabeth, 27. 

John, 11. 

OlUffe, 164. 

Thomas, IM. 
Brewu, 145. 
Bridgwater, — (—?—), 
Briggandyne, Allico (Sq 

Brock, Geoffry, 190. 

Henry, 190. 
Brockott, Francos, 83. 

Sir John, 83. 

— , 163. 
Broditnt, 114. 
BRODBENT, 114. 

John, 114. 
Btokoebv, Thomas, 71. 

Eliz. (Uutchjnson), 71. 
Bromt, 134. 
BBOME, 131. 

Alhco, 71, 

Allice (Henaon), 76. 

Catherin, 13*. 

Cathorin (Odingsells), 134. 

Dorathey (Cartwright), 134. 

Elixabeth, 134. 

EluabeUi (Whitmore), 134. 

Elizabeth (Uolnies}, 134. 

Elizaboth (Sn&jili), 134. 

Gerrase, 134, 

Gregory, 134. 

Hcnery, 134. 

UcDsoan, 134. 

Jamce, 134. 

Moresrett, 134. 

Btopheu, 134. 

Thomas, 134. 
Bromhall, Maod, 37. 

Hir Ktchatd, 37. 
Brook, Sit David, 83. 

Mnrf^arett (Butler), S3. 

Buaan (Crannjfr), 71. 

Thomas, 71. 
Broolces, Allice (DarallX 91. 

John, 91. 



lY. 133, 134. 
Allica (MicheU), 1S4. 
Anne, 133. 
Anne (Villen), tS4. 
Anthony, 133. 
AUice (Sherley), 133. 
Baiiholmew, 133, 134. 
Beiiaby, 134. 
Bndg«tt (Barwick), 134. 
Catherine, 134. 
Edith (Bracebridge}, 133. 
EliEabeth, 133. 
Elizabeth (Stanton), 133, 181. 
Elizabeth (Ooodwin), 134. 
Emme, 133. 
Emme (Myllee), 133. 
Eiancea, 133. 
Frands, 1S4. 
George, 134. 
Henery, 133. 
UiuDOrej, 133. 



BOOOKBSBT — eoHli» utd, 

Joane (Franck), 133. 

John, 133. 

Miirgarett (Wake), 133. 

Margery. 173. 

Mary, 133, 134. 

Philip, 134. 

Uubecka, 134. 

Hichard, 133. 

Robert, 133, 134. 

Thomas, 133, 134. 

■WiUiam, 133, 173, 181. 
Brookman. Lora, 117. 
Broomo, Dorathey (Cartright), 
110. 

Thomas, 1 10. 
Broughton, Francis, 116. 

Mary (Itooe), 111. 

Bcissoley, US. 

Thomas, 111. 
Brown [note], 91. 97. 
Brown, Ames, 166. 

Maud (Bruso), 166. 

Kobert, 166. 
Bnmiie, 166, 189. 
Browne, Cbrialopher, 34. 

Eolleu (Harding], 83. 

Robert, 4, 189. 

Richard, 34. 

Sir — , 83. 

Thomazine (Qonson), 34. 
Browneley, John, 3. 
Brownley, Jane (Bolston), 170. 
Bruce, Lucey, 75. 
Brunse, Gabriell, 131. 

IseabeU (Dand), 131. 
SrttM, 166. 

„ [in note], 91, 97. 
Bnise, Bir Adajn, 166. 

Elizabeth, 166. 

Issaboll, 166. 

Margerett, 111. 

Mat^arett (Hawkea), 166. 

Maud, 166. 

Peter, HI. 

Robert, 166. 

William, 166. 

Sir William, 166. 
Buckton, 161. 
Bnckton, Ntcholaa de, 4£. 

Phillippa, 161. 

Robert, 161. 

— (Tey), 161, 

— M, 161. 
Bngg, Ehzeboth, 138, 

Margorett (Turvile), 138. 
Bolby, NicbolBS, 85, 

BuHaima, 85. 
Bull, Honory, 170, 

Mary (RoUton), 170. 
Bulmir, 64. 
Burdru, 24. 
Burden, Elizabeth, 24. 

John, fiO. 

Sir John, 23. 

Hargarett, 50. 

Millesent (Bckcrin), 23. 

Nicholas, 24. 
Bnrdett, John, 57. 

Joane, 57. 

BicJuird, 51. 

— (UoUis), 92. 



BardM, IBS. 
Bnrdon, John, fi6. 

Sir John. 188. 

Miu^amt, 56. 
Buwton, — . 27. 
Borgea, Elizabeth, 113. 
Burgh, 160. 
Bnrgb, Elizabeth, 148. 

John, 1611. 

llargerett, 160. 

Bicbard [Lord FitzltDsb], 
148. 



Thomas, 143. 160. 

~ -Bill, Bf 



BUENELL, 09. 

Acton, 99. 

Christian, 99. 

Constance, 99. 

Constance (BlundeTllo), 99. 

Dorathey (kalheryues), «9. 

Dorathey, 82, 99. 

Edward, 99. 

Elizabeth, 99. 

Elizabulh (Cordall), 99. 

Francis, 99. 

John, 99. 

Thomas, 99. 

William. 25, 82, 99. 
Bumill, Dorathey, 22, 

Willam, 22. 
lluTByo, Edmond, 15. 

Jane (Ueroye), 15. 
Burton, John, 166, 

Elizabeth (ManhaU), 168. 

Simon, 63, 
Busgam, Sir Thomas, lOS. 
BuBsey, Jane, 9. 

Sir Jdbn, 9. 
BuBsie, — , 68. 
Bussy, Edniond, 72. 

Elizabeth, 72. 

Sir Jordan, 49. 

Margorett, 49. 
Butler, Allica, 0, 76. 

Sir John, 9. 

Margaret!^ 83. 

Sit Morgan, 76. 

William, 38. 

Sir William, 83. 

— (Dolamare), 38. 
B>-field, Edward, 73, 

Margaret (Fletcher), 73. 
Bvnde, — , 137. 
BYROM. 11. 

Jane (Chaloner), II. 

William,' 11. 

Bgnm, 9, 138. 
BYRON, 9, 10, 11. 

Allice, 9, 10, 22. 

Allice (BuUcr), 9. 

AUice (Stretiuy), 10. 

Anne, 10, 11. 

Anne (Molineui), 10. 

Anthony, 10. 

Charles, II. 

Elizabeth, 0, 10. 

Elizabeth (Castotden), 9. 

Ellon, 9. 

Baucis, 11. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



197 



B Y II ON — eon tin ued, 
aefferey, 10. 
George, 11. 
' GUbert, 10. 
Issabell, 10. 
IssabeU (Shelton), 9. 
Jane (Bussy), 9, 17. 
Joanna, 171. 
John, 9, 10. 

Sir John, 9, 10, 11, 22, 116. 
Margaret, 9, 10, 116. 
Margaret (Beaumont), 10. 
Margarett (Fitz Willuiina), 10. 
Margery fBoothJ, 9. 
Margery (flfowlsnerbt), 9. 
Mary, 9, 10. 
Nicholas, 9, 10, 11. 
8ir Nicholas, 9, 17. 
PhiUip, 11. 
liaffe, 9. 

Richard, 9, 10, 11, 171. 
Sir Richard, 9. 
Robert, 11. 
Sibell, 9. 
8ibill, 10. 
Thomas, 10, 11. 
William, 11. 

— (Freeman), 10. 

— (ffitz Geotfry), 9. 

— (West), 11. 



Caignea aV» Kaynety 125. 
Caignes al's Kaynes, Robert 

de, 125. 
Gaily, Thomas, 46, 47. 
Caldecott, Margery (Reynes), 

108. 
Caldibut, — , 161. 
Caltofte, 123. 
Caltofte, AlUce, 124. 

Catherine (Lo Brett), 124. 

Sir John, 124. 
Campion, John, 46. 
Canterbury, Abp. of [Cranmer^, 

71, 109. 
Capanett, — (Boyvill), 172. 
Capella, Avice, 19. 

Elizabeth, 19. 

Hugh do, 19. 
Capenhurst, — , 27. 
Carbett, Amicia, 75. 

Robert, 76. 

Roger, 75. 
Carducis, Agnes, 124. 

Beatrix (— ? — ), 123. 

Emme, 124. 

Eve, 124. 

Gundred (Dolaflbrte), 123. 

Helwise (Loundes), 124. 

Henry de, 124. 

Hugo de, 123. 

IssabeU (Beauchamp), 124. 

Maud, 124. 

Paganus de, 124. 

Patrick de, 124. 

Robert de, 123. 

Thomas de, 123. 

Werburga (— P — ), 123. 

Sir Wilfiam de, 123. 

William de, 123. 

— (Fitz Williams), 123. 
Caroll, Elizab. (Darrell), 91. 



Carr, Elizabeth, 100. 

Richard, 100. 

Bridgett (Chaworth), 128. 

Sir William, 128. 
Carrell, Jane (Reade), 184. 

Cartwrighty 109. 
CARTWRIGHT, 109, 110. 

Agnes (Cranmer), 109. 

Anne (Cranmer), 71. 

Anne (Bond), 109. 

Anne, 109. 

Charles, 110. 

Christian, 110. 

Christian (Beresford), 110. 

Dorathey, 109, 110, 134. 

Dorathey (Mollineux), 73, 
109. 

Edmond, 71, 109. 

EUzabeth, 109, 110. 

Frances, 110. 

Frances (Peckham), 110. 

Foulke, 110. 

George, 73, 109, 110. 

Grace (Dabridgcourt), 38, 109. 

Grace, 110. 

Hugh, 109, 110. 

Jane (Newton), 109. 

Jennett (Legatt), 109. 

John, 109, 110. 

Katherin (Marshall), 110. 

Mar}', 110. 

Mary (Perpoint), 110. 

Maud (Coo), 109. 

Paule, 109. 

Peter, 109. 

Robert, 109. 

Rowland, 109. 

Thomas, 109, 110. 

WiUiam, 38, 109, 110, 134. 
Caseley, Grace, 113. 

Stephen, 113. 
Casterden, Elizabeth, 9. 

William, 9. 
Castlin, John, 112. 

Mary, 112. 
Caunton^ 23. 
Caunton, Sir John, 23. 
Cauthorpe, 16. 
Cave, 166. 
Cave, Anne, 167, 182. 

Elizabeth (Montague), 24. 

Ellonor (St. John), 60. 

Francis, 139. 

Henery, 167, 182. 

Jane (Vincent), 139. 

Margarett, 13. 

Margaret (Cicell), 96. 

Richaid, 24. 

Roger, 96. 

Sir Thomas, 13. 

Thomas, 60. 

Sir Thomas, 13. 

— (Markham), 25. 
Cavendish, Francis, 51, 56. 

Sir William, 51, 56. 
Caver, 121. 
Caythorpe, 77. 
Chalonor, Jane, 11. 

Thomas, 11. 
Chamber, 157. 
Chamber, Beatrex (Arden), 157. 

Catherin (Reynes), 1013. 



Chamber — continued. 

Jane, 157. 

John, 157. 

Sir Thomas, 157. 

Sir William, 157. 

William, 157. 

— ^Strange), 157. 
Chambers, Ellen, 158. 

Mary, 158. 

Mary (Mantell), 158. 

William, 158. 
Channelly 77. 
Chantrell, 86. 

Robert, 147. 

Elizabeth, 147. 
Chapman, Humffi-cy, 93. 

Grace (Eyre), 93. 
Charlton, Allice, 157. 

Anne, 157. 

Nicholas, 157. 

Thomas, 157. 
Charlton, 157. 
CharnellH, 169. 
Chamells, Elizabeth, 121. 

Norman, 121. 
Charnley, Joane, 21. 
Charrons, Joane, 47, 50. 

Sir Richard, 47, 50. 
Chaucer, Thomas, 48, 50. 

Margarett, 48, 50. 
Chaworth, 123, 188. 
CHAWORTH, 123, 124, 125, 
126, 127, 128. 

AlUce (— P — ), 124. 

Allice (Annesley), 127. 

Ankarett (Serlby), 127. 

Anne, 127, 128. 

Anne (Paston), 128. 

Arebella, 128. 

Bartholemew, 128. 

Bridgett, 128. 

Catherin, 86, 122, 127, 128. 

Catherin (Babington), 127- 

Dorathey, 127. 

Elizabeth, 126, 127. 

Elizabeth (Bowett), 127, 160. 

Elizabeth (North), 127. 

Elizabeth (Compton), 128. 

Fayth, 128. 

George, 122, 127, 128, 164. 

Sir George, 127, 128. 

Gertrud (Leek), 128. 

Gabort, 128. 

Henery, 127, 128. 

IssabeU, 180. 

IssabeU (Aylesbury), 126. 

Jane (Vincent), 128. 

Joane (LuttreU), 124. 

Joane, 127. 

John, 86, 124, 127, 128, 160. 

Sir John, 128. 

Laurence, 124, 127. 

Lucey, 128. 

Margery, 127. 

Margery (Delapoole), 124. 

Margerett (Bowett), 127. 

Mary, 128. 

Mary (Bowett), 160. 

Mary (SachevereU), 127, 
164. 

Mary (Knifton), 128. 

Mary (Paston), 128. 



198 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Chawohth — continued. 

Nichola (Braybrook), 126. 

Paganns de, 123. 

Sir Raffe, 180. 

Richard, 128. 

Robert, 127. 

Thomas, 127, 128. 

Sir Thomas, 123, 124, 126, 
188. 

Valencia (Ashton), 128. 

WilUam, 128. 

Sir William, 124, 127, 160. 

— (Hudleston), 127. 
ChawBer, 179. 
Chawser, Theobald, 179. 
Cheney, Jane, 73. 

Catherin (Pabcnham), 126. 

John, 73. 

Sir WilUiam, 126. 

Sir John, 16. 
Cheny, Elizabeth, 90. 
Cheverell, George, 164. 

Mary (SachevereU), 164. 
Chibnall, John, 147. 

Elizabeth (Willoughby), 147. 
ChichUy^ 90. 
Chichley, Florence, 90. 

WiUiam, 90. 
Childerle, Henricus, 80. 
Chipenham, 129. 
Chipenham, Elizabeth, 129. 

Elizabeth (Harman), 129. 

Nicholas, 129. 
Chiveton, Snanus de, 44. 
Cicell, Anne, 96. 

AlHce (Walcott), 96. 

Elizabeth, 96. 

Margarett, 96. 

Richard, 96. 

WilUam [Lord Burlcy], 96. 
Clare, E. of [Hollis], 7, 63. 

Countess of (Stannopo), 7. 
Clarcll, William de, 47. 
Clark, Jane, 98. 

Samwell, 98. 
Clarke, Anno (Markham), 26. 

Godfrey, 119. 

Margarett (MoUincux), 74. 

Margcrctt, 159. 

Robert, 26. 

Rose, 119. 

lliomas, 74. 

William, 169. 
Clarkson, 92. 
CLARKSON, 92. 

Alice, 92. 

Ann, 92. 

Barbara, 172. 

Dorathey, 167. 

Elizabeth (Rodney), 92. 

Elizabeth (Hartop), 92, 122. 

Elizabeth (Williamson), 92. 

Ellinor, 92. 

Ester (Foncs), 92. 

Elizabeth, 92. 

George, 92. 

Hugh, 92. 

Issabell (Novell), 92. 

John, 92. 

Judeth, 92. 

Michell, 92, 122. 

Mary, 92. 



Clabkboh — eoniinued, 

Penelope, 92. 

Sanchia (Powtrell), 92. 

Senc'. (Powtrell), 92. 

WilUam, 92, 167, 172. 
Clay, RobOTt, 54. 
Claytony 9. 
Claxton, 183. 
CLAXTON, 183. 

Anne, 183. 

Elizabeth (Rodney), 183. 

EUzabeth, 183. 

EUinor, 183. 

Hester (Fones), 183. 

Hugh, 183. 

John, 183. 

Mary, 183. 

Michell, 183. 

Olive, 183. 

Penelapy, 183. 

WilUam, 183. 

— (Hartop), 183. 
Clifford, Elizabeth, 126, 171. 

Anne, 17. 

Lord, 17. 

EUenor, 106. 

Lady ffrancis, 18. 

Thomas, 106. 

Thomas, Lord, 171. 

[E. of Cumberland!, 17, 18. 
CUfffcon, Jane (Bussy), 9. 

Sir Gorvase, 9. 
Clifton, AudeUa, 7. 

Avelina, 7. 

Gervase, 6, 7. 

Matilda (Stamhop), 7. 
Clifton, 33. 

CLIFTON, 16 [including CUff- 
ton and Clyfton]. 

Adolina, 18. 

Agnes (Gray), 17. 

Alice (Booth), 17. 

AUico (NeweU), 17. 

AUice (Digby), 17, 168. 

Sir Alvore, 16. 

Sir Alured, 16. 

Amias. 18. 

Amphelis (Sampson), 16. 

Anne, 18. 

Anno raifford}, 17. 

Anne (Stanley), 18. 

Annoys, 17. 

Anthony, 18. 

Barbara, 18. 

Catherin (Cressy), 17. 

CUfford, 18. 

Catherin (D'Arcy), 18. 

Dorathey, 18. 

Elizabeth, 18. 

Elizabeth (Cromwell), 6. 

Elizabeth (Blount), 18. 

Elizeus, 18. 

Emme (Motton), 17. 

Ezethius, 18. 

Francos, 18. 

firancis (CUfford), 18. 

firancis, 18. 

GkimalieU, 18. 

George, 18. 

Gervase, 17, 18, 146. 

Sir Gervase, 16, 17, 18, 50, 
55, 56, 154. 



Clifton — continuetL 

Hester, 18. 

Hu^h, 17. 

Iflsabella (Monbocher), 17, 
48, 60. 

Issabell (firancis), 17. 

Jane, 17, 18, 33. 

Jane TTayler^, 18. 

Jane (Novell;, 154. 

Jane (Bussy), 17. 

John, 18. 

Sir John, 6, 17, 18, 48, 50. 

[Lord], 17. 

liOttice, 18. 

Mary (Audlery), 16. 

Mary (Novell), 18. 

Mary (Egioke), 18. 

Margarett, 18. 

Margarett (Perpoint), 17, 
65, 66. 

Parlhasius, 17. 

Penelope (Bich), 18. 

Protohasius, 17. 

Richard, 18. 

Hoger, 16. 

Sir Robert, 16, 17, 83. 

Robert, 17, 18, 168. 

Silvanus, 18. 

Silvester, 18. 

Thomas, 18. 

Ursula, 18. 

William, 17, 18. 

Sir WilUam, 18. 

Winifrid (Thwaitoe), 18, 50. 

WiniffHd rrhorold), 18. 

Clovell, Mary (Comwallis), 
161. 
Clyfton, 16. 
Cludd, 103. 
CLUDD, 103, 104. 

AUice, 104. 

AUice (SaUey), 104. 

Amy, 104. 

Anne, 104. 

Anne (Hinton), 103. 

Beawlrix, 104. 

Charles, 104. 

Edward, 104. 

EUzabeth, 104. 

EUzab. (Stevenson), 103. 

Martha, 104. 

Mary, 104, 

Richard, 103, 104. 

Rose (Aston), 103. 

Samwell, 104. 

'Sasan, 104. 

Thomas, 103, 104. 

WOUam, 103, 104. 
'Best), 104. 
Brereton), 103. 
Corbett), 103. 
Coston), 104. 
Hopton), 104. 
Orleton), 103. 
Coape, Sir Anthony, 128. 

Anne (Fasten), 128. 

EUzab. (Chaworth), 128. 

Sir WilUam, 128. 
Cobham, Ann (Sutton), 144. 

Sir George, 71. 

Henry, 144. 

George, Lord, 144. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



199 



Cobham — cotUinued. 

Susan (Cranmer), 71. 

Thomas, 71. 

William, Lord, 144. 
Ckx^k, Jane, 175. 

John, 175. 
Ck>ckaine, — , 183. 
Cockayne, Dorathey, 139, 

Ann (Stanhop), 8. 

Thomas, 8. 

Sir Thomas, 139. 
Cokyn, Elizab. (BoyviU), 171. 
Colby, Dorathey, 149. 

Elizabeth (G&bert), 149. 

Thomas, 149. 
Cole, Elizabeth, 77. 

Leonard, 112. 

Roger, 77. 

Theodocia (Ross), 112. 
Coles, Anne, 139. 

Peter, 139. 
Colevile, Roger, 41. 

Elizabeth, 41. 
Coiley, John, 172. 

Bridgett (Bevercotts), 172. 
Collombell, George, 93. 

Dorathey, 93. 
Colly, Agnes, 112. 

Anthony, 112, 
Colomore, Clement, 177. 

Mary (Barnard), 177. 

WilUam, 177. 
Colshill, Margaret, 8. 

Thomas, 8. 
Columbell, Dorothy, 93. 

George, 93. 
Columbine, — , 168. 
Columridg, Nicholas, 172. 

Dorothey (Bevercotts), 172. 
Colville, Sir Hugh, 138. 

Sir Robert, 138. 

Sdseley (—?—), 138. 

Sibbell, 138. 

Sir Walter, 138. 
Colwell, Elizabeth, 83. 
Colwenn, Thomas, 58. 

Joane (Lascells), 58. 
Colwick, 9, 86. 
Colwick, Sir Giles, 86. 
Comberford, Catherin, 14. 

Sir Thomas, 14. 
Comlferworthj 16. 
Comberworth, Sir Richard, 40. 

Catherin (Bevercotts), 172. 

Robert, 172. 
Compton, Elizabeth, 128. 

Sir William, 128. 
Comyn, Catherin, 32. 

Margaret, 72. 
CoMtable^ 16, 40. 
CONSTABLE, 40. 

Alice (Lascells), 58. 

Anne, 17, 18, 40, 172. 

Anne (Wentworth), 40. 

Barbara, 40. 

Barbara (Suthill), 40. 

Catherin, 40, 172. 

Catherin fComber£ford), 14. 

Catherin rMannors), 40. 

Christian (Dabridgcourt), 38, 
40. 

Dorathey (Owghtred), 40. 



Constable — continued. 
Dorathey (Hilton), 40. 
Elizabeth, 40, 172, 
Everild, 40. 
Gkx)rge, 40. 
Henery, 40. 
Jane, 40. 

Jane (Sotehill), 172. 
Jane (Cony era), 40. 
John, 40, 172. 
Sir John, 14, 18, 40. 
Joyce (Stafford), 40. 
Margarett, 40. 
Margarett (Tirwhitt), 40. 
Marmaduke, 40, 172. 
Sir Marmaduke, 14, 40, 172. 
Maud, 57. 
Michell, 40. 
Phillip, 40. 
Robert, 58. 
Sir Robert, 17, 38, 40. 
Roger, 40. 
Scisseley, 172. 
William, 40, 172. 

— (Comberworth), 40. 

— (Houndgate), 40. 
Cony, Susan, 143, 

Thomas, 143. 
Conyers, Agnes, 100. 

Cathren, 10. 

Jane, 40. 

Lord John, 10. 

William Lord, 40. 
Coo, Maud, 109. 
Cook, Anne, 176. 

Anne (Gbodere), 176. 

Edwani, 176. 

Henry, 176. 
Cooke, Beatrice, 7. 

Elizabeth, 64, 185. 

Francis, 62. 

Sir Francis, 185. 

Frances (HoUis), 62. 

John, 64. 

Mary (Eyre), 93. 

Mary (Sacheverell), 164. 

Richard, 164. 

Robert, 93. 
„ [Clarencieux], 29,33, 0^tf. 
Cooper, 140. 
COOPER, 140. 

Anne, 132, 140. 

Anne (Mering), 140. 

Ellinor (Stanhop), 8, 140. 

Elizabeth, 101. 

Glyva, 140. 

Henery, 101. 

Joane, 140. 

Olive, 143. 

Richard, 140. 

Scisseley (ToUey), 140. 

Thomas, 8, 140. 

WiUiam, 13, 132, UO, 143. 

— (Mering), 13. 
Copland, John Michell al*s, 106. 
Copleston, Jane (Clifton), 18. 
Copley, Christopher, 41. 

Elizabeth (Stringer), 85. 

John, 85. 

Susan (Cressy^, 41. 
Copwood, Doratn^, 93. 
Corbett, Peter vel Thomas, 103. 



Cordall, Elizabeth, 99. 

Joane, 7. 

John, 99. 

Sir Richard, 7. 
Cork, E. of [Boyle], 35. 
Corkjieldy 77. 
ConiwalliSy 161. 
CORNWALLIS, 161, 162. 

Afra, 161. 

AUice, 162. 

Anne, 162. 

Anne (Jemegan), 161. 

Anno (Fincham), 162. 

Anne (Barrow), 162. 

Anne (Bevercotts), 162. 

Catherin, 161, 162. 

Catherine (Erie), 161. 

Catherin (Blennerhasset), 
162. 

Catherin (Parkes), 162. 
• Charles, 162. 

Sir Charles, 162. 

Cordelia, 162. 

Dorathey, 161, 162. 

Edith, 161. 

Edward, 161. 

Elizebeth, 161, 162. 

Elizebeth (Staunfford), 161. 

Elizabeth (Molineux), 74, 162. 

Frances, 162. 

Henery, 161, 162. 

Jane (Hansard), 161. 

John, 161, 162. 

Sir John, 161. 

Lucey (Lattimer), 162. 

Margarett, 162. 

Margarett (Lowth), 161. 

Mary, 161, 162. 

Mary fSuUiard), 161. 

Mary (Grimston), 162. 

Phillip, 162. 

Phillip (Buckton), 161. 

PhUUp (Tirrell), 161. 

Prudence, 161. 

Richard, 161. 

Risley, 162. 

Robert, 161. 

Thomas, 74, 161, 162. 

Sir Thomas, 161, 162. 

William, 161. 

Sir William, 162. 
Coston, — , 104. 
Cotton, Catherin, 72. 

Janne (Fitzharbert), 72. 

John, 72. 
Coulclough, Anne, 173. 

Thomas, 173. 
Coward, Allice (Symcock), 150. 

William, 156. 
Coyney, Margarett, 92. 

Robert, 92. 
Coynye, Margery, 93. 

Robert, 93. 
CranmeTy 70. 
CRANMER, 70, 71. 

Agnes, 109. 

Agnes (Hatfield), 70. 

AlUce, 71, 73. 

Allice (Lacye), 71. 

Anne, 71. 

Dorathey, 71, 120. 

Edmond, 70, 71. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



!' :! 



Cbahhbs — eonlia ued. 
Elizabeth (Moruton). TI. 
Elizabtith (HutchiiiBon), 71. 
Elizabeth (Crisp), 71. 
Gilbert, 70. 
Hugh, 70. 
Ido (Loughton), 70. 
lesabell (Aelorttia], 70. 
lesabeli,?!. 

John, 70, 71. 

Jonnett (Fretchvilo), 71. 

Hargarot (FitzwiUiams), 71. 

Mary, 71, 120. 

mchard, 71. 

Bobert, 71. 

Scisaeloj (Qnadring), 71. 

Susan, 71. 

Thomas, 70, 71, 73, 109, 120. 

— (Mfttshall), 70. 
Crathomo, Thomas, 10, 

Everild (CooaUble), V). 
CrawQte, Maiy, 168. 

Thomas, 1S8. 
Croake, lagalreU, 1*4. 
Cnsholme, Cathorin {Creasy), 
17. 



CRESSY, 41. 95. 
AlUce (OdingnellB), 95. 
Biidgett, es. 
Catherin, 17, 95. 
Catherin (Smyth), 95. 
Cristopher, 41. 
Dorathey, 86. 
Elizabetli, IT, 96. 
Ellinor, 12. 
Fnncis, 41. 
George, 41. 
Gcrvasa, 41. 
HeDcry, 96. 
Sir Henery, 23. 
Hugh, 41, 96. 
Sir Hugh, 12. 
Hugo, 17. 

Jane (Hansard), 41. 
Joane, 96. 
Sir John, 17. 
Leonard, 96. 
Mai^erett, 17, 23, 41. 
Mai^erott (HaU], 41. 
Mary, 41, 96. 
Mary (Shalcma), 96. 
Nicholas, 41. 
Foter, 41. 
Bohert, 41. 

Susan,' 41, 96. 
William, 41, 86,96. 

— (Evoringham), 41. 

— (HamBson). 41. 

— (Hutchinson), 41. 

— (PortingtonJ, 41. 
Creswoll, Richard, 30. 

Suzan,30. 
Crevo, John, 46. 
Crisp, Elizabeth, 71. 
Croft. Alocia (SI017), 88. 

Willimus, as. 



Crofter, 64, 
CroftoB, John. 64. 

iBsabell, 64. 

Mary (Chaworth), 128, 

Wilfiam, 128. 
Crofcor, Sir Gerard. 139. 
Cromwell, Allico (BoUais), 5. 

Elizabeth, 6. 

PrancGB, lie. 

Hawia, 6. 

SirHenery, 118. 

Margaret (Dcincourt), 6. 

Matilda, 6. 

MatUda (Bamako), 6. 

Ralph, 6, a. 

Balph, Lord, 47. 

Robert, 6. 
Crosby, Bridgett, 90. 
Croaloy, Anne, 135. 

John, 136. 
Cuts, 188. 

Culy, Sir Hugh do, 188. 
CursoQ, Allice (Willoughby), 
148. 

Elizobeth, 163. 

Joane, 163. 

Joanne (Bagott), 163. 

John, 163. 

Sir John, 163. 

Margorott, !80. 

Margaret (Huasey), 180. 

Kichard, 14S, IG3. 

Thomas, ISO, 

Thomazin, 163. 
OnrBonn. John, 28. 

Bcisseley, 2B. 
Curton, J and, 8, 

Cuttle, 'Elion, 6B. 
William, 80. 

Dafaeme, Margarett, 175. 

Robert, 175. 
Dabridgeaurt, 37. 
DABEIDGCOURT, 37, 38, 39. 

Allice (Delamare), 38. 

Allice (Griswold), 38. 

Ann a, 3g, 

Barbara (Fisher), 39. 
Barnard, 38. 
Carew, 39. 
Cathenn, 38. 
Cathorin fLeggatt), 30. 
Catherin (Ap^y), 39. 
Christian, 38, 40. 
Dorathey (Futtenham), 38. 
Dorathey (Molinoui), 38, 

109, 
Elizabeth, 39. 
Elizabeth (Wigeton), 38. 
Francis, 39. 
George, 38, 39. 
Sir George, 39. 
Grace, 38, 109. 
Honcry, 39. 
Jane, 38. 
Joane, U6. 
John, 37, 38, 40. 
Sir John. 37, 146. 
ELathcrin (Minors), 38. 
Lucye, 39. 
Margarett, 38, 



Da BRtDOCotrHT — eortltH tied. 
Margarett (Boechcr), 3D. 
Mary, 38. 

Maud (Bromhall), 37. 
Sir Nicholas, 37. 
Richard, 30. 
Sanchett, 39. 
Sir Sanchett, 37. 
Scissoley, 38. 
Stephen, 39. 
Susan, 39. 

lliomas, 38, 39, 109. 
William, 38,39, 109. 

— (Say). 37. 

— (Norton), 38. 
Dade, Thomas, 162. 

Anne (ComwaUis), 162. 
Daincourt, Bamburga, 124. 

John Lord, 124. 
Dalby, John, 54. 
Dale. Dorathey, 83. 

Valentine, 83. 
Dallisonn, William, 77. 

EUzab. (Dighton), 77. 

— . 167. 
Damprodicourt, Sir Eustaoi' 37. 

Elizab, (Wake), 37. 

Lord, 37. 
Danby, Dorathey, 108. 

Scisselay, 68. 
Bande, 131. 
DANDE, 131. 

Oliver, 131. 
Dand, Dorathey, 131. 

Francis, 131. 

IsBabell, 131. 

Issabell, (Todd), 131. 

John, 131. 

Margarett, 131. 

Margery {Woodr 

Rowland, 131. 

Timothey, 131. 

— (Barlow), 131. 
Danhs, Thomas, 17S. 

Mary (Wightman). 17S. 
Darby, Wilham, 106. 

Barbara (Yerburgh), 106. 
Darcy, Cathorin, 18. 

Sir HumitTey, 18. 
Darcye, Catherin, 49. 

George Lord, 162. 

John, 49. 

Mary, 16Z 
DarrtU, 90. 
DARRELI^ 90, 91. 

Alice, 91. 

AUicia (Fly), 6. 

Anne, 90. 

Ann (Ouildeford), 90. 

Aone (Scott), 90. 

Anne (Muschamp), 90. 

Barbara (Denman), 91. 

Blanch, 90. 

Brian, 91. 

Bridgett (Crosby), 90. 

Christopher, 90. 

Dorathey, 90. 

Edward, 6, 90, 91. 

Elizabeth, 90. 91. 

Elizabeth (Home), 90. 

Elizabeth (Cheney), 90, 

Elizabeth (Morley^ 90. 



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IXDEX OF NAMES. 



201 



Daukell — continued. 

Ellin, 91. 

Francis, 91. 

Frances, 91. 

Florence (Chicheley), 90. 

George, 90, 91. 

Henery^ 90, 91. 

Jane (Knotswoith), 90. 

Joane (Bajrett), 90. 

John, 90. 

Margeretty 91. 

Margaret (Darrell), 90. 

Margarett (G^e), 91. 

Margery, 91. 

Mary, 60, 90, 91. 

Mary (Roe), 91. 

Mary (Royden), 91. 

MarmaduKe, 90, 91. 

Sir Marmaduke, 90. 

Phillip, 90. 

Rose, 90. 

Stephen, 90. 

Thomas, 90, 91. 

Sir Thomas, 60, 90. 

Thomazin (Gresley), 90. 

William, 90. 
Darwen, — , 112. 
Daubnet/f 24. 
Daubney, Joane, 126. 

Jane, 15, 24. 

Sir ones, 14, 24. 

Mary (Hercye), 14. 
Daunsonn, Wiborow, 147. 
Davenport, James, 174. 

Sir Humfrey, 174. 

Mary (Moyle), 174. 

[Lord Chief Baron], 174. 
Davis, John, 148. 

Bridgett (Willoughby), 148. 
Datyll, 121. 
Dawney, Dorathey, 66. 

Sir John, 65. 
Daybridgcourt, William, 73. 

Dorathey (Molineux), 73. 
Deacon, William [the], 44. 
Deincourt, Margarett, 6. 

WiU., Lord, 6. 
Deivile, Stephan, 47. 
Delabogs, Jano, 69. 

John, 69. 
Delafforth, Gundred, 123. 
Delalaund, Issabell, 35. 
Delamara, Alanusde, 51. 
Delamoro, Avice (Fenris), 37. 

Allice,38. 

Anne, 38. 

Elizabeth, 57. 

Jannet (ap Ivangrch), 37. 

John, 37, 38. 

Peter, 37. 

Raffe, 37. 

Robert, 37. 

Thomas, 38. 

Sir Thomas, 37. 

Waiiam, 37. 

— (Dabridgoourt), 38. 

— (Mansell), 37. 
J)e la More^ 161. 
Delaplanehe^ 145. 
DtlapooUy 124. 
Delapoole, Margorv, 124. 

Sir Richard, 124l 



Delariver, Sir John, 44. 

Matilda (Hcrize), 44. 

Margarett, 45. 

Richard, 44. 
Delaware, Lord [West], 20, 60, 

175. 
Deliton, Maud (Lascells), 68. 

Robert, 58. 
Delwood, Elizab. (Slory), 87. 

Robert, 87. 

Ruth, 74. 
Dentnan, 90, 189. 
Denman, Barbara, 91. 

Francis, 91. 
Densill, Anne, 62. 

John, 62. 
Dethick, Sir Anthony, 127. 

Enmie, 164. 

Issabcll, 151. 

Joane (Ormond), 127. 

Robert, 151. 

William, 164. 
Dewa^tneys, Sir Hardolphe, 

67. 
[See Wastneys.] 
Deynsyll, Allice, 61. 

Anne, 61, 62. 

Cathorin (Skewis), 61. 

John, 61, 62. 

Mary (Lucy), 61. 

Reinfrid, 61. 

Dickins, William, 4. 
Dii/bt/, 168. 
DIGBY, 168. 

Allice, 17, 168. 

Allice (Wallis), 168. 

Benjamin, 168. 

Elizabeth, 14, 122, 130, 168. 

Elizabeth (Novell), 65. 

Elizabeth (Slaughter), 168. 

Elizabeth (Hartop), 122. 

Everard, 168. 

Sir Everard, 168. 

Grace, 21. 

Jaques (Ellis), 168. 

John, 84, 122, 130, 168. 

Sir John, 14, 168. 

Katherin, 64, 65, 

Idberius, 168. 

Luce (Trigott), 168. 

Margaret, 84. 

Reignald, 168. 

Rowland, 65, 168. 

Sara, 21, 168. 

Simeon, 168. 

Simon, 17, 21, 168. 

Thomas, 65, 168. 

Sir Thomas, 168. 

— (Columbine), 168. 
Dighton, Elizabeth, 77. 

Robert, 77. 
Dinig^n, John de, 46. 
Disney, Agnes, 61. 

Anne, 97. 

Cathenn, 181. 

Catherin (Molineux), 73. 

Daniell, 73. 

Sir Henery, 97. 

Jane (Dyve), 33. 

Margarett, 33. 

3£ary (Molineux), 73. 

Sir Roger, 33. 



Dianoy — continued. 

Thomas, 61. 

Sir William, 33. 
Dive, Maud, 78. 

WiUiam, 78. 
Dixey, Anne (Draper), 137. 

Sir Wolston, 137. 
Dixon, Waterman al's, 28. 
DOBSON, 130. 

Christopher, 98, 180. 

Elizabeth, 130. 

EUzabeth (Thomhill), 130. 

Elizabeth (Andei^nn), 130. 

Hugh, 130. 

Jane, 98. 

Joanne, 130. 

John, 130. 

Richard, 130. 
Dorf, 43. 
DOD, 43. 

Allice, 43. 

Anne (Kynaston). 43. 

Anne (Sturdivant), 43, 169. 

George, 43. 

J^nne (Legatt^ 43. 

Randall, 43, 159. 

Richard, 43. 

Susannah, 43. 

Thomas, 43. 

WiUiam, 43. 
Dodingsellcs Edwardus, 
75. 

Hugo do, 75. 

Johannes, 75. 

Emma (—?--), 76. 
Dokesworth, Hugo de, 80. 
Domvile, Margarett, 110. 
Donham^ 160. 
DONHAM, 160, 

Anne, 14, 160. 

Bennett (Foliambe), 160. 

Catherin, 160. 

Elizabeth, 42. 

Elizabeth (Bowett), 160. 

Elizabeth (Ormond), 127. 

Frances, 160. 

Jane (Thurland), 160. 

John, 42, 127, 160. 

Sir John, 160. 

Mary, 160. 

Nicholas, 14. 

Robert, 160. 

— (Stanffofd), 160. 
Dormer, Ellin (Hynd), 129. 

John, 129. 
Doyley, Catherin, 94. 

Thomas, 94. 
Draper, 136. 
DRAPER, 136, 137. 

Abraham, 137. 

AUice (Windobank), 137. 

Ann, 137. 

Anne (Hussey), 137. 

Anne (Whalley), 137. 

Bennett, 136, 137. 

Bridgett, 137. 

Clement, 137. 

Sir Christopher, 137. 

Dionis (Blackwell), 136. 

Dorcas, 137. 

Elizebeth (Wymondhom), 
136. 

2d 






202 



13S. 

EliiBboUi (Gnraton), 137. 
EKzeboUi, 136, 137. 
EUenot(WhaUey). 118. 
Francea, 137. 
Heneiy, 136. 
John, 136, 137. 
Margarott (Ooulsan), 137. 
" ry, 137. 



INDEX Ol' SAME:^. 

Egcrton — amiiiiutd, 

John, '28. 

Sir John. 148. 

— (Wallj-fl), 148. 
Egiohc, John, 18. 

Blnn-, 18, 
EgTomont, Ix.rd [Percy], 



Mary, 1 
Uathen 



13S. 



lUchnrd, 137. 
Robert, 136, 137. 
Sum. 137. 

Bibbell(— f— ], 136. 
Thomaa, 4, 118, 1S6, 137. 
Vincent, 137. 
William, 136. 137. 

— (Ager), 136. 

— (Krttloliy), 136. 

— Galk), 137. 

— (Gnnston), 136. 
Draz, Jano,101. 

Boh<nt, 101. 
Diaycott, John, 42. 

Allico fWilloughhy), 148. 

Oathefm (BaesuU), ii. 

Jane, 3S. 

Sir Phillip. 36. 

Kichard, 148. 
Drihy, Allies, 42. 

Join. i2. 
Drur}-, Elizobcth, 130. 

Elizabeth (Soiohill), 173. 

Sir Itobert, 130. 

SirWiUiBm, 172. 
Dudley, Lord [raganoU]. 186. 
„ [Sutlon], 186. 

DoraUiov (L&Bcolla), 63. 

Edward,' 8t, 88. 

Elizflbelh (Wood), 88. 

Sir Henery, 83. 

Margaret (Wood). 87. 

Thomas, 69, 88. 

Winiflnd (Rich), 83. 
Duffell, John, 118. 

Judith, 118. 

Rebecka, 113. 
Dun, Sir Griffin, 127. 

Elizabeth (North), 127. 
Dungarven, Vist. [Boyle], 3S. 
Duaifftone, Will, do, 43. 
Dunton, John do, 45. 
Dynley, Robert, 8. 

Mar^nret (Slanh 
Dybn. John, 106. 

Maiwuot (YerbuTgh), 106. 
Dyve, Jane, 33. 

Sir William, 33. 

EASTWOOD, 91. 

Anne (Mnr^iall], 91. 

Charles, 91. 

Eliiab«th (Wood). 81. 

IsmbaU (South worthj, 91. 

John, 91. 

Thomaa, 91. , 
Edmandsonn, Jonnc, 43. 

Robert, 43. 
Egerton, Ellen, 148. 

iBsabell, 28. 



148. 



■to, Lord, i: 
>. 180. 



EUnd. John, E8. 

" (Strolley), 19. 
Elkington, Griffith. 122. 

Grace (Flower), I2i. 
Ella, 136. 
Stlrr, 136, 
EUerkor, Edward, 40. 

Elizabeth (Constable), 40. 

Jans (ConatHble), 40, 

Sir Ruffe, 40. 
EUerton, Will, de, 53. 
Elliott, Anne, l-^fi, 177. 

Alliee (Delaware), 38. 

Richard, IfiS. 

Sir Richard, 38. 

Sir Thomas, 38. 

William, 177. 
Ellis, Agnes (Manhall), 160. 

Jacques, 168. 

John, 168. 

Thomas, 166. 
Ellaham, Richard, 4. 
Blphin, Bishop at [Mnicy], 

158. 
Elsam, Anne. 114. 

Richard, 114. 
Elton. Sir Myles, 111. 
El,ci>, 20, 
EL WIS, 29, 30. 

Annn, 29. 
Barbara, 30. 
Bndgett, 29, 30, 
Edward, 29, 30, 
Elizabeth, 29, 30. 
Elkubeth (Gflbhott). 30. 
Elizabeth {Uvbb..<), 30. 
ffranees, 20, 
Gfffniy, 30. 
Ger\-a;<e, 29, 30, 
Sir Gervasc, 29. 
Henery, 20, 30. 

Jeromy, 30. 
Sir Jerwas, 30, 
John, 29, 30. 
Margarctt, 29. 
Mary, 29. 30, 
Marv (Brooke), 29. 
Martha (Tirwfiitt), 29. 
Nathanioll. 29. 
Silviua. 30. 
Smwn (Crrawtll), 30, 
Thonrna, 29, 30, 
Trott 29. 
Willinm, 29. 30, 
Sir William, 29. 
Winiffrid. 29. 

— (illackdt-n), 29. 

— (Lfvcspv). 29. 
- (Shepmil), 30, 



Empi 



r, 49. 



Empson, Jano, 172. 

Joane, 50, 56. 

Sir Richard, 60, 66, 172. 
EHffai«f, 123. 

Engame. Alice (Salconbridge), 
125. 

Elizabeth, 126. 

Joanne, 126. 

Sir John, 125, 

Mary' 126. 

Sir Nichola-s 12.i. 
Entweflell, Lucy, 153. 

Maiy. 35. 

Thomas, 35, 163. 
Erie, Christian (Nortb), 83. 

William, 83. 
Esoolandus, Radolph., fil. 

Ribaldua, 61. 
Esmond, Edith (BaUow), 177. 
Einiiflon, 163. 
Esaingtoo, Sir Robert. 163. 
Estofte, Mr, [note], 186. 
Evans, Thomas, 175. 

Dorathey (Ooodere), 176. 

Susan (Dabridgoontt). 39. 
Everard, Jane (Watertou), 
139, 

Richard. 139. 
Everinffham, — , 41. 
Ever*. Elizab. (Willougliby), 
184. 

Mai^arett, 119. 

RobOTt, 119. 

WiUiam, Lord, 184. 
Effn, 43, 92, 
EYRE, 43, 92, 03. 

Adam, 22, 

Anne, 43, 93, 138. 

Anne (Markham), 26. 

Anne (Ryton), 92. 

Anne (Reyton), 92, 

Aane (Sparke), 03. 

Anne (Nevell), 43. 

Anne (Leigh), 43. 

Anno (Stanley), 93. 

Anna (Yerburgh), 106. 

Anthony, 26. 

Bndgett. 43. 

Dorathey, 93. 

Dorathoy (Collomboll], 93. 

Dorothy (Copwood), 93. 

Dorothy (Columbdl), 83. 

Edmond, 9Z 93. 

Elizabeth, 93, 

Ellinor, 43. 

Faj-th (Chaworth), 128, 

George. 43. 66,93. 

Ger.-ois. 93. 

Gertrude, 22. 

Grace, 93. 

Hener\'. 106. 

Jane. 26, 69. 

Jervase, 69. 

Joane {Edmon 

John, 43, 

Joseph, 43. 

Slargarett, 43. 

Marg&rett rBelgraTe), 49. 

Margarett (Coyney), 92. 

Margery (Coynyo), 93. 

Mary, 03, 122. 



andaonn), 43. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



203 



Eyre — eontutucd. 
Nicholas, 43. 
Richard, 43, 93, 136. 
Rebecka, 93. 
Robert, 22, 93. 
Rowland, 22. 
Sara, 93. 
lliomas, 93. 
William, 92, 93. 

— (Novell), 65. 

— (Harwoixl), 43. 
Eyton, John, 36. 

Mary, 36. 

Fairfax, Guy, 42, 170. 

Catherin (Baesctt), 42, 170. 
ffaleonbridge, Allico, 125. 

Walter, 125. 
Falconariui*, William, 79. 
Falconer, William [the], 79. 
Fanner, Henery, 161. 

Jane (llaniUird), 161. 
Faramond, Bennett (Draper), 
136. 

John, 136. 
Farmery, Margarett, 119. 

WiUiam, 119. 
Famham, Anne (Eyre), 43. 

Thomas, 43. 
Farrcn, Richard, 74. 

Fayth (MoUinoux), 74. 
Far}-, Sara, 113. 

William, 113. 
Fauconerf 188. 
Fauconer, Sir John le, 188. 
fi'aiilkonbridg, Lord (Bellasis), 

31. 
Feld, 145. 
Fthcott, 64. 
Fentouy S3. 
FKNTON, 83, 34, 36, 113. 

Agnes (Roulston), 33. 

Allice (Weston), 34. 

Anthonv, 34. 

Catherin, 34, 36, 113. 

Charles, 113. 

Dorathey (Bell), 34. 

Dorathey (Staunton), 34. 

Edward, 34. 

Elizabeth, 113. 

Ellenor (Malloy), 33. 

Ellenor atevell^, 34. 

Ellinor (Meering), 121. 

Ellinor (Kevell), 34. 

Ellinor (Uoyde), 34. 

Francis, 113. 

George, 113. 

Sir Geffrey, 34. 

Grace, 113. 

Grace (Casely), 113. 

Henry, 33, 34. 

Hugh, 34. 

lusubell (Mering), 33. 

James, 34. 

Jane (Nevoll>, 113. 

Jane (Clifton), 33. 

John, 33, 34. 

Joane (Alsop), 34. 

Joyce, 34. 

liuwrence, 113. 

llaigarott (Fitzgerald), 36. 

Murgarett (Disney), 33. 



Fbnton — continued, 
Mary, 113. 
Rafie, 34. 
Sir Richard, 33. 
Richard, 33. 
Sara (Fair), 113. 
Scisseley (Beaumont), 34. 
Thomas, 33, 34, 113. 
Thomazine (Gonson), 34. 
WUliam, 33, 34, 113. 
Sir William, 36. 

— (Abdey), 113. 

— (Burph), 34. 
Ferrers, Sir John, 8. 
Fifeld, aV8 Lowe, John, 136. 

EHzabeth, 136. 
Filioll, 145. 
FilioU, Anne, 148. 

William, 148. 
Filton, Sir Edward, 56. 

Elizabeth, 56. 
Fincham, Anne, 162. 
Fisher, Barbara, 39. 

William, 39. 
Fitz, William, 162. 

Dorathey (Comwallis), 162. 
Fitzallan, 179. 
Fitzallan, Thomas, 179. 
Fitzareher, 12 ; [note], 117. 
ffitz Geofl&^y, — , 9. 
Fitz Gerald, Margcrctt, 35. 

Morrice, Fitz-Edmond, Fitz- 
Gibon, 36. 
ffitzharbert, Johanne, 7. 

John, 7. 

Margaret (Babing^n,) 7. 
Fitzharbert, Janne, 72. 

Nicholas, 72. 
Fitzherbert, Agnos (Bcresford), 
169. 

Sir Anthony, 164. 

Catherin, 164. 

Dorathey (Willoughby), 148. 

Edith, 151. 

EuBtace, 13. 

George, 169. 

Jane (Mering), 13. 

Janne, 139. 

John, 139. 

Ratfo, 151. 

Thomas, 148. 
Fitzhugh, Richard, Lord, 148. 
Fitzjames, Jacob, 109. 

Jane (Newton), 109. 
Fitz Randall, Randall, 58. 

Thcophania (LasceUs), 58. 
Fitz Randal fe, 187. 
FITZRANDOLFE, 187. 

Ann, 187. 

Ann (Wood), 187. 

Ann (Allwood), 187. 

Catherin (Foliamb), 187. 

Catherin (Mantell), 187. 

Charles, 187. 

Christopher, 187. 

Edward, 187. 

Fcrdinando, 187. 

Filalcthes, 187. 

George, 187. 

Henerv, 187. 

Ibsubeil, 187. 

James, 187. 



FlTZRANDOLKE — OOHtil. tud, 

Jane, 187. 

Joane (—?—), 187. 

John, 187. 

Joshua, 187. 

Phillip, 187. 

Thomas, 187. 
Fitz WiUiam, Lord Raffe, 123. 

Dorathey, 77. 

WUHam, 77. 
FitzwiiiiamSy 167. 
Fitz Williams, Edwavd, 104. 

Elizabeth (Ormond), 127. 

EUinor (Bassett), 138. 

Joane, 104. 

John, 71, 138, 169. 

Sir John, 50. 

^largarett, 10, 60, 66, 66, 71. 

Matuda (Cromwoll), 6. 

Rose, 169. 

Sir WilUam, 6, 10, 60, 55, 66. 
Fitz Williams, Edmond, 142. 

Catherin, 142. 

Ellinor (Bassett), 42. 

John, 7. 
Flamen villa, Walter do, 51. 
fflectwood, Joyce, 31. 

Thomas, 31. 

Sir WUliam, 18. 
Fletcher, Francis, 73. 

IVauces (Molinoux), 73. 

John, 73. 

lilargarett, 73. 

Mar>', 73. 

Molineux, 73. 

Robert, 73. 
Flint ham, 136. 
Floice}\ 121. 
FLOWER, 121, 122. 

AUice, 122. 

AUco (HaringtonJ, 143. 

Cassandra (Braddock), 121. 

Catherin (Chaworth), 122, 
128. 

Dorathey, 122. 

Edward, 122. 

Elizabeth, 122. 

Elizabeth (Hartop), 92, 122. 

Elizabeth (Di^by), 122. 

Ellinor (Meenng), 121. 

Francis, 122. 

George, 92, 122. 

Grace, 122. 

Henery, 121, 122. 

John, 121, 122. 

Mar}% 122. 

IhiTV (Eyre), 122. 

!klary (Sacheverell), 122. 

Rindolfe, 122. 

Thomas, 121, 122, 128. 

Ursula (Huning), 122. 

Ursula, 122. 
Howerden, — , 62. 
Fly, AUicia, 6. 
Foliamb, Catherin, 187. 

Sir Godfr>', 187. 
IsbabeU, 146. 
Fuliumbo, AlUce, 171. 
Bennett, 160. 
Godffry, 171. 
Sir Go«lffroy, 160. 
Foljanib, 10. 



204 



IXDEX OF NAMES. 



Folliaamb, Thomas, 73. 

Anne (Harrington), 73. 
Fone, Lucia, 19. 

Sewallas le, 19. 
Fonos, Ester, 92. 

Hester, 183. 

John, 92, 183. 
Foreetarius, Brianusi, 79. 

Henrieus, 79. 
Forester, Brian (thej, 79. 
Forster, Anne (Gooaero), 176. 

Anthony, 38. 

Christian (Dabridgcourt), 38. 

Henerv, 156. 

Lucy (C^iaworth), 128. 

Thomas, 128, 166. 
fforster, Anne (Mering), 13. 

Gyles, 13. 
Fosbrok, Geraldus, 63. 
Foster, Ann (Moting), 74. 

Elizab. (North), 82. 

Thomas, 82. 
Fort, Galfridus de, 62. 
Fotherby, — (Novell), 65. 
fFoune, Elizeboth, 12. 

John, 12. 

Peter, 12. 
ffowlsherst, Margery, 9. 

Sir Robert, 9. 
Fox, Geoiige, 106. 

Henery, 173. 

Margarett (Wase), 173. 

WimffHd, 106. 
— , 158. 
Francis, 117. 
Francis, Anne, 164. 

Elizabeth (Sacheverell), 164. 

Elizabeth (Babington), 161. 

Jane, 117. 

Raffc, 161, 164. 

Richard, 113, 164. 

Robert, 117. 

Ursula, 113. 
ffirancis, Isabell, 17. 

Sir Robert, 17. 
Franck, ffraunces, 66. 

Joane, 133. 

Thomas. 133. 

Sir William, 65, 66. 

— (Tunstall), 66, 66. 
Franke, Elizabeth, 187. 
fireeman, William, 2. 
Frensh, Elizabeth, 161. 

Walter, 161. 
Freschevile, Ankcrus, 48, 60. 

Issabella, 48, 60. 

Margarett (Monbocher), 48, 
60. 

Sir Raffe, 60. 

Sir Radulphus, 48. 
Fretchvile, Frances, 63. 

John, 71. 

Issaboll (Novell), 60. " 

Jonnett, 66. 

Joyce (ffleetwood), 31. 

MUlcscent (Lascolls), 69. 

Itaffo, 69. 

Tetcr, 63. 

Sir Peter, 31, 66. 
ffretchvile, Elizab. (aifton), 18. 

Sir Ptter, 31. 

Peter, «1^ 



Frevile, Sir Baldwin, 146. 

Margarett, 146. 
Frevill, Baldwinus, 121. 

Margeret^ 121. 
Friskney, William, 33. 

Margerett (Bretofte), 33. 
Friuile, John, 46. 
Frowick, Allice, 176. 

Thomas, 176. 
Froxmore, lliomas, 161. 

Catherin (Comwallis), 161. 
Fuller, Allice, 168. 

Mathew, 168. 
Fullwood, John, 38. 

Catherin (Dabridgcourt), 38. 
ffulwood, Margaaet, 28. 

Robert, 28. 
Fyn, AUiee, 68. 

William, 68. 

Gabbott, Elizabeth, 28. 

Robert, 28. 
Gra^e, Margerett, 91. 
Gainsburgh, Ric. de, 46. 
Galle, — , 137. 

Galloway, AUan, Lord of, 111. 
Gameys, Elizabcth| 21. 

Thomas, 21. 
Gkunishe, Elizabeth, 21. 

Thomas, 21. 
Oarnon, 136. 
GARNON, 136. 

AlUce fMarshall), 136, 166. 

Allice (Robinson), 136. 

Andrew, 136, 166. 

Anne (Crosley), 136. 

Catherin, 135. 

Catherin (Swynebome), 136. 

Edward, 136. 

Elizabeth, 136. 

Henery, 135. 

Issaboll, 135. 

John, 135. 

Mary, 136. 

William, 135. 
Garton, Elizebeth, 137. 

Frances, 137. 
Gascoi^e, Jane, 174. 

Wilbam, 174. 
Gasteneys [i. e. Wastnes], 67, 68. 
G osteite y 8 [and seal J, 67. 
Gasteneys, Ampelisia(Morley), 
67. 

Batreia (—?—), 67. 

Constantia (—?—), 68. 

Sir Hardolphe, 67. 

Issabell (Hay), 68. 

Joane (Brett), 68. 

Joanne (Toly), 68. 

Johanna de ( — ? — ), 07. 

Johannes de, 67. 

John, 68. 

Sir John, 68. 

Margerett (—?—), 68. 

Sir Phillipe, 67. 

Rananilda (—?—), 67. 

Sir Robert, 67. 

Thomas de, 67. 

Thomas, 68. 

Thomazin, 68. 

William, 68. 

Sir William, 68. 



Gastneis, Edmond, 67. 
G^tnevs, Edmond, 67. 

Sir Edmond, 67. 

John, 67. 

Sir Waiiam, 67. 
Gate, Allice, 94. 

Lucey (Benington), 94. 

Richard, 94. 
Gaunt, Walter de, 61. 
Gawyn, Anne (Delamare), 38. 

William, 38. 
Gedney, John, 143. 

OUve (Sutton), 143. 
Gell, Anne, 100. 

Edward, 100. 
G^lsthorp, John, 28. 

Mary (Tnissell), 28. 
Gelthorpe, Anne (Baker), 36. 

Francis, 36. 
Germin, Edward, 74. 

Fayth (Mollineux), 74. 
Gerrard, Sir Thomas, 7. 

Elizabeth (Port), 7. 
Gibson, Anthony, 36. 

Ann (Samon), 36. 

-,77. 
Gibsonn, John, 79. 

Barbara (St. Andrew), 79. 

Edmond, 89. 

Joane (Bland), 89. 
Oiffard, 179. 
Gifford, Elizabeth, 7. 

Sir John, 179. 

Thomas, 7. 
Gilbert, Edward, 149. 

Elizabeth, 83, 149. 

Sir John, 83. 
Gilliott, 166. 
Glover, Robt. [Somerset He* 

raid], 129. 
Godfrey, Anne, 147. 

Mary, 107. 

Richard, 107, 147. 
Oodsalve, 99. 
Godsalve, Elizabeth, 99. 

Thomas, 99. 
Oolding, 107. 
GOLDING, 107. 

Edward, 107. 

Ellinor (Throgmorton), 107. 

Frances, 107. 

John, 107. 

Mary, 107. 

Mary (Godffrey), 107. 

Meraboll (Aldham), 107. 
Gold well,' Catherin, 185. 

Stephen, 186. 
Golesborough, Thomas, 127. 

Joanne (Cha worth), 127. 
Gole>Tigton, John, 126. 

Joyce (Engayne), 126. 

Katherin, 126. 

Thomas, 126. 
Goneston, Anne (Hunt), 167. 
Gonson, Benjamin, 34. 

Thomazin, 34. 
Good, Robert, 3. 
Goodall, Elizabeth, 139. 

Robert, 139. 
Gooder, Sir Francis, 176. 
Goodere, 176. 
GOODERE, 176, 176, 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



205 



GooDBRB — eotUimted, 
Allice (Brent), 176. 
Allice (Frowicke), 176. 
Anne, 176, 176. 
Anne (Cooke), 176. 
Audrey (Rombold), 176. 
Catherin (Onslow), 176. 
Dorathey, 176. 
Francis, 176. 

Sir Francis [Gooder], 176. 
Henry, 175, 176. 
Jane, 176. 

Jane (Lewknor), 175. 
Jane ?Greene), 176. 
Jane (Hawte), 175. 
John, 175. 
Judith, 176. 
Lucey, 176. 
Margcrett, 175. 
Margeret (Daberae), 176. 
Richard, 176. 
Scisseley, 175, 
Susanna, 176. 
Thomas, 176, 176. 
Ursula, 176. 
William, 176, 176. 

— rXhombury), 176. 

— (launders), 176. 
Goodericke, Anne, 94, 174. 

Henr>', 174, 
Goodwin, Edward, 134. 

Elizabeth^ 134. 
Gosling, Elizabeth, 154. 

Richard, 154. 
Goughe, Bamaby, 91. 

Mary (Darrell), 91. 
Goulson, Margerett, 137. 
GouUon, 136. 
Goumey, Constance, 99. 

Joane (Roos), 112. 

Thomas. 112. 
Gowland, John, 119. 
Graa, Sir John, 44, 46. 

Mar^. (Swillington), 44, 46. 
Grandison, Vist. [St. John], 60. 
Grantham, Francis, 116. 

Jane (Hutchinson), 116. 

Margarett, 106. 

Mary (Donham), 160. 

Thomas, 160. 

Vincent, 106. 
Graunt, Mary, 158. 

Thomas, 168. 
Gray, Agnes, 17. 

Elizabeth (Bassett), 42. 

Joane, 145. 

Lord, 145. 

Richard Lord G. [of Condor], 
42. 

Lord [of Wilton], 17. 
Greene, Dame Marine, 64, 56, 
68. 

Elizabeth, 58, 132. 

Ellen, 169. 

Francis (Darrell), 91. 

Jane, 176. 

Joane (Vawdy), 87. 

Margarett, 137. 

Marian (Boilers), 58. 

Thomas, 87, 132, 169. 

Sir Thomas, 58. 
Greenhaugh, Elizabeth, 73. 



Greenhaugh — eontinued. 

Roger, 73. 
Gregory, William, 2. 
Grenould, 189. 
Grealey, Ellen, 21. 

Sir John, 90. 

Sir Nicholas, 68. 

Sir Thomas, 21. 

Thomazin (Gra^teneys), 68« 

Thomazin, 90. 
Grey, Agnes, 78. 

Anne, 148, 149. 

Catherin, 58. 

Elizebeth [illegitimate'', 164. 

Elizabeth (Basset), 139. 

Sir Edmond, 148. 

Sir Edward, 148. 

Henry, Lord, 164. 

Jeromy, 43. 

Sir Richard, 78. 

Richard, Lord, 138. 

Susanna (Dod), 43. 

Thomas, 149. 

Sir Thomas, 68. 

[Viscount Lisley, i.e. L'Isle], 
148. 

[Marquis of Dorset], 149. 
Gnco, — ,41. 
Griffin, Mary, 24. 

Sir Richard, 24. 

Sir Thomas, 24. 
Griffith, Ann, 17. 

Anne (Constable), 17. 

Sir John, 147. 

Margarett, 147. 

Sir Walter, 17. 
Griketell, Thomas, 52. 
Grimesby, Anne, 139. 

Anne (Moton), 138. 

Thomas, 138. 

William, 138. 

— (Harecourt), 138. 
Grimston, Charles, 162. 

Edmond, 162. 

Mary, 162. 
Griswold, Allice, 38. 

John, 38. 

Richard, 38. 
Grosvenor, Jane, 62. 
Guildeford, Anne, 90. 

Edward, 90. 
Gimston, Jane, 160. 

Sir Thomas, 160. 

— , 136. 
Ounthorpe, 189. 
Gunthorpe, Thomas, 189. 
Guppie, Margerett, 166. 

William, 166. 

Hablethome, Joane (Cressy), 96. 
Hacker, Elizabeth, 132. 

John, 132. 
Uackett, 188. 

Sir Walter, 50, 188. 
Haddon, Anne (Sutton), 144. 

Walter, 144. 
Hadock, Gilbert, 72. 

Joane, 72. 
Haghett, Bertram, 51. 
Hafgh, George, 9. 

ijjzabeth (Castorden), 9. 
Hall, 143. 



Hall, Allice, 143. 

Francis, 143. 

Elizebeth, 132. 

Margerett, 41. 

Thomas, 106. 

Ursula, 106. 

Waiiam, 132. 

— , 13. 

-41. 

— , 114. 
Hals well, Mary, 156, 

Nicholas, 156. 
Hamerton, — (Elwis), 30. 
Uampsterlev, Joane, 181. 

Elizabeth (Stanton), 180. 

Hamond, 181. 

Robert, 181. 

William, 180, 181. 
Handlforth, John, 1 16. 

Margerett, 116. 
Uandlty, 156. 
Handley, 166, 157. 

Allice, 157. 

Allice (Bray), 167. 

Anne, 167. 

Ann (Brand), 157. 

Anne (Charlton), 167. 

Catherin, 157. 

Gervase, 157 

Henery, 157. 

Huntington, 157. 

Margarett, 157. 

Mary, 167. 

Richard, 157. 

Robert, 157. 

Winiffiid, 157. 

— (Fitz Williams), 167. 
— , 156. 

Hanforth, John, 115. 

Margerett, 115. 
Hanney, William, 46. 
Hansard, 161. 
Hansard, Elizabeth, 77. 

Jane, 41, 161. 

William, 77, 161. 
Harbottel, Richard, 148. 

Jane (Willoughby), 148. 
Harcourt, Jane, 20. 
Harden, Williwn, 66. 

Elizabeth (Novell), 66. 
Harding, William, 83. 

Helen, 83. 
Hare, Ann, 187. 

Issabell, 65. 

John, 66. 

Richard, 2. 
Harecourt, Agnes, 20. 

Thomas, 28. 

Ursula (TrusseU), 28. 

— 138. 
Harington, Anno, 73. 

Allice (Stolehill), 171. 

Bridgett, 26. 

Ellen, 72. 

Issabell (Markham), 24. 

Sir James, 24, 73. 

John, 24. 

Sir William, 72. 
Harison, 189. 
Harison, John, 189. 
Harman, Elizabeth, 129. 

Hugh, 129. 



206 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Harmer, John, 28. 

EUzabeth (Truasell), 28. 
Harper, Dorathey, 96. 

iBsabell (Nevell), 66. 

Sir John, 96. 

Sir Richard, 66. 
HarHngton^ 188. 
Harrington, Allice, 143. 

Barbara (Sutton), 143. 

Elizabeth (Moton), 139. 

Francis, 143. 

Sir James, 139. 

Sir John de, 188. 

John, Lord, 139. 

Sir John, 139, 143. 

Lord Stanhop of, 8. 
Harris, Ellen, 114. 

Elizabeth, 51. 

Sir Thomas, 51. 
Harrison, Ann (Clarkson), 92. 
Harrisson, — ,41. 

Anne (Claxton), 183. 
Harrissonn, G^eorge, 114. 

Elizabeth (Southworth), 114. 
Harston, Anthony, 112. 

Ellon (Ross), 112. 
Harte, Cathenn, 185. 

Sir Perdvall, 185. 
Harteshome, Catherin, 24. 

William, 24. 
Hartop, Elizabeth, 92. 

Mary, 85. 

Vallentine, 85. 

WiUiam, 92. 

— , 183. 
Harvey, ffrances, 31. 

James, 31. 

Joano, 153. 

Thomas, 153. 
Harvey, Agnes, 111. 

Sir James, 111. 
Harwood, 43. 
Hasolam, Christopher, 3. 
JIaselrig, 153. 
HASELRIG, 153. 

Anno (StotchUl), 172. 

Bertram, 172. 

Catherin, 153. 

Donald, 153. 

Dorathe, 153. 

Elizabeth, 153. 

Elizabeth (Stanton), 153. 

EUenor (Shirley), 153. 

Francis, 153, 

Hugh, 153. 

Issaboll, 153. 

Joano (Harvey), 153. 

John, 153, 

Lucy (EntwesoU), 153, 

Michcll, 153. 

Roberti, 153, 

Simon, 163. 

Thomas, 153. 

William, 153. 

— rBrockett), 153. 

— (Essiugton), 153. 
Haselwood, Ann, 108. 

Frances (Donham), 160. 

John, 160. 

Thomas, 108. 
Haslako, — , 158. 
MtUfsall, 1C9. 



Hassall, Agnes, 169. 

Robert, 169. 
Hastingft, 153, 188, 
Hastings, Dorathey (Port), 7. 

Catherin, 8. 

Dorathey (Willoughby), 149 

Ed. Lord [HungerlbidJ, 163. 

£^ncis, 8. 

Henery, 8, 149. 

Sir GKJorge [E. of Hunting- 
tonl, 149, 

[E. of Huntington], 7, 8. 

Sir Nicholas de, 188. 
Hasty, Sir Henry [note], 142. 

Katherin [note], 142. 
Hatfeilde, 189. 
Hatfeld, Anne (Hercye), 117. 

Barbara, 118. 

Elizabeth, 118. 

Henery, 117. 

IssabeU (Marshall), 166, 

Laurence, 166. 
Hatfield, 117. 
Hatfield, Agnes, 70. 

Allice (Hercye), 15. 

Catherin (Molineux), 72. 

Elizabeth (Molineux), 72. 

Henry, 15. 

Lawiance, 15, 

Stephen, 72. 
Hatfield, — , 139. 
Haveri'ham^ 145. 
Hawko [note], 91, 97. 
Jfawkes, 166. 
Hawkes, Jonnett, 166. 

Margerett, 166. 

Walter, 166. 

William, 166. 
Hawkis, Walter, 166. 
Hawkesworth, Catheron (Go- 
leyngton), 126. 

ITiomas, 126. 
Hawley, John, 8. 

Mary, 8. 
Haw8l}Ti [note], 119. 
Hawte, Jane, 175. 

Sir Thomas, 175. 
Hay, Isabell, 68. 

Joromy, 68. 
Heard, Allice (Roos), 112, 

John, 112. 
Hobbs, Elizabeth, 30, 

Roger, 30. 
Hod, John, 161. 

Dorathey (Comwallis,), 161. 
Hcdley, —,91. 
Helwis, Sir Jervis [note], 30. 
Helwish, al's Elwis, 29. 
Henagc, Sir George, 62. 
Heningham, Anne, 24. 

George, 24. 
Henson, Allice, 134, 

Gregory, 134. 
Jferri/e. 12, 14, 64. 
HERCYE, 14, 15. 

Allice, 15. 

Anne, 15, 117. 

Barbara, 15, 65. 

Catherin, 13, 15. 

Catherine (Comberffbrd), 14. 

Elizabeth, 20. 

Elizabeth (Leek), 14. 



Hercye — continued. 

Elizabeth (Stanhop), 6. 

Elizabeth (Digby), 15. 

Elizabeth (Stanley), 15. 

EUen, 15. 

Hugh, 14, 15, 

Sir Hugh, 14. 

Humfirey, 6, 18, 16, 117. 

Jane, 15. 

Jane (Stanhope), 15. 

Sir John, 12, 14, 16, 20, 65. 

Sir Lawrance, 14. 

Malvoisine de, 14. 

Sir Malvoisine, 14. 

Margery (Bingham), 16. 

Mary, 15. 

Maud, 12. 

Robeit, 14, 

Swanius, 14. 

Theophania (Arches), 14. 

Theodania (Arches), 14. 

Sir Thomas, 14, 

Ursula, 15. 

WilUam, 14. 

— (Hevize), 14« 
Herenden, al's Arundcll, 36. 

Edward, 35. 

Myllosent (Samon), 36. 
Hering, Richard, 3. 
Heriz, Joane, 124, 

Sir Johannes, 44, 48. 

Sir John, 56. 

Maud (Bassett), 124. 

Sara, 44, 48, 56. 

William, 124. 
Herize, 44. 

John, 14. 

Sir John, 44. 
Herriz, 49, 123. 
Herris, Jane, 50, ^ 

Anne (Sonnermarsh), 49. 

Henery, 49, 50. 

Joune (Lowdham), 49. 

Margarett f Novell), 60. 

Mai'gerett (Bussy), 49. 

Sir Morrid, 49. 

Richard, 50. 

Sir Richard, 49. 

Robert, 50. 

ITiomas, 60. 

William, 50. 
nerU, 74. 
Herle, John, 74. 

Etheldred, 74. 
HERON. 182, 183, 

Anne, 183. 

Catherine (Sherbrooke), 183. 

Cecily (Moore), 183. 

Christopher, 183. 

Edmond, 88, 183. 

Edward, 73. 

Elizabeth (Roper), 182. 

Giles, 183. 

Hener)', 183. 

Jenkin, 183, 

John, 182. 

Sir John, 182. 

Margerett (Ridley), 182. 

Margerett (Wood), 88, 183. 

Sam well, 183. 

Theodosia, 73. 

Thomas, 183. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



207 



HBRoy — eonti0ted, 

WiUiam, 182. 
Hesiill, Elizabeth, 86. 
Herthull, 188. 

Horthull, Sir Richard do, 188. 
Hertley, 188. 
Hetky, 188. 
Heton, 188. 
Hewett, Allice, 31. 

Sir WilUam, 31. 
HewsoHf 87. 
Hewsonn, Cathcrin, 87. 

William, 87. 
Hewstaa, Anno, 177. 

Thomas, 177. 
Heyfield, — , 68. 
Heyton, 107. 
Hej-ton, Margerett, 107. 

Richard, 107. 
Hill, John, 21. 

Allic© (Bayley), 173. 

Judith, 21. 

WilUam, 173. 

— (Babington), 151. 
Hilton, Anne, 87. 

Baron, 147. 
Boron [in note], 87. 
Dorathey, 40. 
Mary, 87. 
WiUiam, 87. 
Sir WiUiam, 40. 

— (WiUoughby), 147. 
Hinton, 103. 

Hinton, Anno, 103. 

Griffith, 103. 
Hoding, Radulphua de, 63. 
Holcombe, Elizabeth, 152. 
Holcroft, Eliz. (Reyner), 66. 

Elizabeth (Filton), 66. 

Mary (Talbott), 66. 

Thomas, 66. 

Sir Thomas, 66. 
Holdenby, Robert, 172. 

Barbara [Bevercotta], 172. 
HolUnd, 190. 
HoUand, Richard, 22. 

Mary (StreUy), 22. 
Hollis, 61. 
HOLLIS, 61, 62, 63. 

Anne, 62, 63. 

Anno (I)eynsyU), 61, 62. 

Anne (Densili), 62. 

Anno ^Stanhop), 7, 62. 

Anne ?Lany), 63. 

Arabella, 63. 

Christopher, 62. 

Darcye, 63. 

DensiU, 62, 63. 

Dorathey (lACon), 62. 

Edward, 62. 

Elizabeth, 63. 

EUzabeth fScopham), 62. 

Elizabeth (Kingstone), 63. 

EUinor, 63. 

EUinor (Sheaflfold), 63. 

prances, 62. 

Francis, 62, 63. 

Frances (Fretchvile), 63. 

Fretchvile, 63. 

Sir George, 62. 

Gorvase, 63. 

Sir Gervase, 63. 



HoLLis — ctmtinued. 
Gertrude, 62, 63. 
Sir Hugh, 61. 
Jane, 62. 

Jane (Grosvenor), 62. 
John, 7, 61, 62, 63. 
Sir John, 7, 62, 63. 
Sir John [Lord Houghton 

E. of Clare], 7. 
Margery, 61. 
Magerett, 63. 
Richard, 61. 
SamweU, 63. 
Thomas, 61, 62. 
Sir Thomas, 62. 
WilUam, 61, 62, 63. 
Sir WilBam, 62. 

— TFlowerden), 62. 

— (Honage), 62. 

— (Payne), 62. 
Holme, Joane, 67. 

IssabeU (Samon), 35. 

John, 28, 67. 

Mary (TrusseU), 28. 

William, 35. 
Holmes, Elizebeth, 134. 

Geffry, 140. 

James, 134. 
Holt, Agnes, 172. 

Robert, 172. 
EoUofte, 103. 
HOLTOFE, 103. 

Alexander, 103. 

Anne, 103. 

Anno (North), 103. 

Elizabeth, 103. 

EUzabeth (Whitmore), 103. 

Robert, 103. 

Walter, 103. 
Homberston, Raffe, 106. 

Ursula, 105. 
Homespeirpoint, Barron of 

[Pcrpoint], 67. 
HoinffreyviU, 77. 
Hooks, Anne, 27. 

Hugh, 27. 
Hopton, — , 104. 
Horbury, Sir John, 67. 
Home, 90. 
Home, Elizabeth, 90. 

James, 90. 
Horsey, Anne (Heron), 183. 
Horaley, Anne (Heron), 183. 
Horssey, Anne, 118. 

George, 118. 
HoratafiF, George, 190. 
Hotham, Sir ffirands, 16. 

John, 8. 

JuUana (Stanhop), 8. 

Mary (Hercy), 16. 
Hoimdgate, — , 40. 
Howby, Alicia, 63. 

Alice, 68. 

Anktirus, 63. 

Anthony, 62, 68. 

Anthony de, 68. 

EUzabeth, 62, 63, 68. 

Gilbert, 63. 

Gilbert de, 68. 

Walter, 63. 

Walter de, 68. 
HoweU, EUzebeth, 118. 



Howell — con t in u^. 

William, 118. 
HowBon, WilUam, 77. 

Elizabeth (Ayscough), 77. 
Hoxton, Ann (Sotehul), 171. 
Huddeston, Margarett, 36. 
Hudleston, John, 127. . 
Huduonn, Robert, 4. 
Huevingham, Agnes (Long- 
villers), 6. 

Reig^nald, 6. 
Hugford, Henery, 38. 

Ann (Dabridgcourt), 38. 

John, 38. 
HulirUy 48. 
Hulme, James, 48. 

Leonius, 48. 

MicheaU, 48. 

MicheU, 48. 

Walter de, 48. 
Humphry, Thom£U9, 13. 

Mary (Mering), 13. 
Hun, Frances, 146. 

Henry, 146. 
Hungeiford, Edward, 163. 

[Lord Hastings], 163. 

Mary (— ?— ), 163. 
Huning, Henery, 122. 

Ursula, 122. 
Hunings, 121. 
Hunings, Catherin, 174. 

Edward, 174. 
HUNT, 167. 

Anne, 167. 

Catherin, 167. 

Dorathey (Clarksonn), 167. 

Edmond, 167. 

Henery, 167. 

Issabell, 167. 

IflsabeU (MarshaU), 166, 
167. 

Jane, 167. 

Joane, 20. 

John, 20. 

Thomaa, 166, 167. 
Hurt, Richard, 2. 
Hussey, 136, 142. 
Hussey, Anne, 137. 

Henery, 136, 

Sir Hugh, 136, 142. 

John, 136, 137. 

Margerett, 142. 

Robert, 142. 

— (Baker), 137. 
-- (Methley), 136. 

— (ReveU), 137. 

— (Staunton), 136. 
Hussey, James, 180. 

John, 36. 

EUzabeth (BeUers), 36. 

— (BeUers), 180. 
Hmsy^ 179. 
Hutchinson^ 116. 
HUTCHINSON, 116, 116. 

Anne, 116. 
Catherin, 116. 
EUzebeth, 71. 
George, 116. 
Jane, 116. 

Jane (SachovereU), 116. 
John, 115, 116. 
Margerett (Byron), 116. 



208 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Hutchinson — eontittued. 
Mary, 116. 
Mary, B\Ton, 10. 
Iliomas,'l0,41, 71,115,116. 

— (Perpoint), 116. 

— (Souch), 116. 

— (Watfionn), 116 
Hyde, — , 36, 76. 
Hynd, Anne, 130. 

Anne (Lyon), 127. 
Andrew, 130. 
Augustin, 129, 173. 
Edward, 172, 130. 
Elizabeth, 129, 130. 
EHzabeth (Bevercotts), 172. 
Elizabeth (Wase), 173. 
Elizabeth (Druiy), 130. 
Henery, 129. 
John, 130. 
Richard, 129. 
Robert, 129. 
Rowland, 129. - 
William, 129. 

— (Glover), 129. 
Uynde. 122. 
HYNDE, 129, 130. 

Augustin, 129. 
Elizabeth (Lee), 129. 
Ellin, 120. 
Joane, 129. 

IlliHgworthy 84, 188. 
niingworth, — , 85. 
Ingleby, George, 166. 

Elizabeth (Binglcy), 166. 
Inglefeld, Elizabeth (Bruse), 
166. 

Richard, 166. 
Inglosy 99. 

Inglos, Elizabeth, 99. 
Ingoldesby, Mary (Blondeston), 

158. 
Insula, Gaufridus de, 62. 
Ireland, George, 118. 

Margarett, 118. 
Isham, Edward, 160. 

Marv, 160. 
Ithell,*Catherin, 28. 
Ivangrch, David ap, 37. 

Jannett, ap, 37. 

Jackson, 70. 
Jackson, Jane, 70. 

Elizabeth (Savill), 70. 

Elizabeth (Thomhegh), 70. 

Sir John, 70. 
Jacksonn, Arther, 2. 

Barbara (aifton), 18. 

WilUam, 18. 
Jek, Ivo, 20. 

Helen (Strelley), 20. 
Jenkinsonn, John, 106. 

Theodocia (Yerburgh), 106. 
Jenny, Margerett, 180. 

WUliam, 184. 
Jenny son, Thomas, 3. 
Jetiysoriy 95. 
Jenyson, Margerett, 95. 

Thomas, 95. 
Jopsay, — , 158. 

— (Fox), 158. 
Jepson, John, 4. 



Jermin, Elisabeth, 66. 

John, 66. 
Jemegan, Amie, 161. 

John, 161. 
Jemingham, Margaretta, 6. 
JESSOP, 94. 

Anne, 94. 

Anne rSwifte), 94. 

Anne (Gooderick), 94. 

Catherin (Doyley), 94. 

George, 94. 

Margerett, 94, 166. 

Margerett (Atherton), 94. 

Richard, 94, 166. 

WorteUy, 94. 

William, 94. 
Jobson, Ann, 86. 

Thomas, 85. 
Johnsonn, Elizabeth, 66. 

Mary (Willoughby), 147. 

WiUiam, 147. 
Johnston, Mary (Darrell), 91. 

William, 91. 
Jopesay, — , 158. 

— (Fox), 158. 

Katherj'nes, Dorathey, 99. 

Humfrev, 99. 
Kayueft, 123, 125. 
Kay lies, Caignes aVs, 125. 
Kaynes, John, 125. 

Luke, 125. 

Margerett, 125. 

Robert, 125. 

WUliam, 125. 
Kelk, 121. 
Kemp [Cardinal], 20. 

Issabell, 20. 

John, 20. 

John [Abp. of Cant.], 20. 

Thomas, 20. 
Kempster, Giles, 28. 

Scissely (Trussell), 28. 
Kent, Elizabeth, Countess of 
(Wake), 37. 

John, E. of (Plantagenet),37. 
Ketlewood, Sara, 28. 
Kettleby, — , 136. 
Key, Peter, 3. 
Kighley, Jane, 119. 

Robert, 119. 
Kilbome, Francis, 190. 
Kilpeek, 145. 

Kingston, E. of [note], 49. 
Kingston-upon-Hull, E. of, 56. 
Kingstone, Elizabeth, 63. 

John, 63. 
Kirbv, Agnes, 164. 

Richard, 164. 
Kirchener, Hugh, 190. 
Kirkby, — , 140. 
Kimsale, John, 47. 

Richard, 47. 
Kirton, 117. 
Kirton, AUice, 180. 

Sir Robert, 180. 
Kitsonn, Sir Thoma.s, 162. 

Elizebeth (Comwallis), 162. 
Knapwell, Will de, 79. 
Knifton, Mary, 128. 

Thomas, 128. 

Sir WiUiam, 128. 



Knight, Jane (Wightman), 178. 

William, 178. 

— , 147. 
Knivell, HeUen (Harding), 83. 

Mary, 83. 

Richard, 83. 
Kniveton, Agnes (El wis), 29. 

Ellen, 89. 
— , 89. 
Kuotesworth, 90. 
Knotsworth, Jane, 90. 

WUliam, 90. 
Knowles, Elizabeth, 146. 

Hcner}% 146. 

William, 8. 
Knowlls, Emme, 161. 

Sir Robert, 161. 
Kyrne, 77. 
Kyme, Bridgett, 105. 

Sir Phillip, 106. ^ 
Kynaston, Anne, 43. 

Thomas, 43. 

LacelU, Roger de, 52. 
Lacock^ 95. 
LACOCK, 96, 96, 190. 

Alice (Widowson), 96. 

Edmond, 96. 

George, 96. 

Leonard, 96. 

Margaret (Jenyson), 96. 

Mathew, 96. 

Phillip, 96. 

Thomas, 96. 
— (Cartright), 96. 
Lacon, Anne (Blondeston), 168. 

Dorathey, 63. 

Harbert," 168. 

Herbert, 63, 101. 

Susan, 101. 
Lacye, AUice, 71. 

John, 71. 
Lane, Roger, 26. 
Langffard, 188. 
Langfford, Ellen, 65, 66. 

Sir John de, 188. 

Sir Nicholas, 56, 66. 
Langford^ 60. 
Langford, Sir John, 60. 

Margaret, 60. 

Margerett (Markham), 25. 

Nicholas, 25. 

Langham, — ,13. 

Langley, Elizabeth, 163. 

Robert, 163. 
Langstone, Amye, 173. 
Langton, Cuthbert, 187. 

Jane, 187. 

Joane, 187. 

Johanna, 187. 

William de, 45. 
Lany, Anne, 63. 

William, 63. 
Lascelh, 53 [seal], 57. 
LASCELLS (Llassells], 57, 68, 
59, 60. 

Agnes (Rocliff), 68. 

Allice, 68. 

AUice (Fyn), 68. 

Anne, 56, 60, 74. 

Ann (Skipwith), 67. 

Aime (—:•'—), 59. 



INDEX TO NAMES. 



209 



Las CELLS — eou t hi ued, 
Anne (Wirral), 60. 
A vice, 67, 58. 
Bryan, 69. 
Sir Bryan, 69. 
Catherin, 67, 69. 
Catherin (Grey), 68. 
Christiana (Lomington), 63. 
Christopher, 69. 
Digby, 69. 
Dorathey, 69. 
Dorathoy (Sandford), 68. 
Dorathey (Paynoll), 69. 
Duncanus de, 63. 
Edmond, 60. 
Edmundus de, 62. 
Edward, 68. 

Elizabeth, 42, 67, 69, 60. 
Elizabeth fDelamoro), 67. 
Elizabeth (Marbury), 69. 
Ellen, 60. 

Ellen (Bockwith), 68. 
Ellinor, 59. 

ElUnor (Wandisford), 69. 
Francis, 69. 

Gsorge, 42, 62, 68, 69, 73, 74. 
Sir G«orge, 69. 
Galfrev, 61, 67. 
Galfiiidus de, 67. 
Gaufridus de, 61, 63. 
Sir GefiFery, 67. 
Gervase, 69, 60. 
Helen, 57. 
Henry, 68, 69. 
Hercye, 59. 
IssaboU, 57. 

Tssabell fWooderington), 68. 
Issabell (Mountaguo), 69. 
Jane fMallory), 60. 
Jane (Mollineux), 74. 
Joane, 67, 68. 
Joane (Topcliff), 68. 
John, 67, 68, 69, 60. 
Sir John, 67. 
Johannes de, 61, 62. 
Lionel], 60. 
Margaret, 67, 68, 60. 
Mary, 69. 
Matilda de, 61. 
Maud, 68. 
Maudr— P— )»57. 
Maud (Constable) 67. 
Milliscent, 69. 
Picott, 57. 
Picotus de, 61, 67. 
Badulphus de, 63. 
Raffe, 68, 69. 
Sir Raffe, 67, 68. 
Richard, 67, 68, 69. 
Sir Richard, 67. 
Richard de, 68. 
Robert, 68. 
Robertua de, 62. 
Roger, 69. 
Roger de, 67. 
Sir Rogerus de, 63. 
Sir Roger, 69. 
Samwell, 69. 
Sara de, 61. 
Scisseley (Danby), 68. 
Susan, 69. 
Theophania, 50 60. 



L ASCB LLS — CO V United, 
Thomas, 59, 60. 
Sir Thomas, 67. 
Walter, 67, 68. 
Walterus de, 63, 
Sir Walter, 58. 
Waiiam, 67, 68, 60. 
Williamus de, 61, 62. 
Winiffrid, 59. 

— (Eland), 68. 

— (Medcalffe), 58. 

— rHeyfield), 68. 

— (Sedgwick), 59. 

— (Thwaites), 59. 
Lattimer, John Lord, 162. 

Lucy, 162. 
Leak, Sir ffrancis, 26. 
Leake^ 14, 64 [in note], 117. 
Leake, Sir Francis, 18. 

Mar^ (Egioke), 18. 
Lee, Su* James, 16. 

Elizab. (Stanley), 15. 

Elizabeth, 129. 

Sir Richard, 129. 

Jeffrey [note], 100. 
Leech, Anne, 163. 

Sir Edward, 128. 

— (Chaworth), 128. 
Elizabeth, 104. 

Sir Robert, 163. 

Sir Roger, 163. 

Ursula, 106. 

WilUam, 104. 

Sir William, 106. 
Leek, Anne, 146. 

Barbara (Yerburgh). 106. 

Catherin (Chaworth), 127. 

Elizabeth, 117. 

Gertrud, 128. 

Margerett, 24. 

Raffe, 128. 

Robert, 146. 

Simon, 24. 

Thomas, 117. 

William, 106, 127. 
Leeke, 12, 101, 114. 
LEEKE, 101. 

Adam, 101. 

Agnes, 114. 

Alloxander, 101. 

Ann, 14, 101. 

Anne (Robertson), 101. 

Barbara (Yarborough), 101. 

Catherin, 166. 

Charles, 101. 

Dorathoy, 101. 

Edmond, 101. 

EUzabeth, 14, 101. 

Elizabeth TMercer), 101. 

Elizabeth (Cooper), 101. 

Elizabeth (Smyth), 101. 

Emming (Loeming), 101. 

Frances, 101. 

Francis, 101. 

Herbert, 101. 

Issabell (Towers), 14. 

James, 101. 

Jane (Drax), 101. 

Jarvis, 101. 

Joane, 114. 

Joanne (Talbott), 14. 

John, lOL 



Lbbke — continued. 

Sir John, 14. 

Margaret, 14. 

Mary, 14, 101. 

Mathew, 101. 

Sir Simon, 14. 

Susitn, 101. 

Susan (Lacon), 101. 

Thomas, 101, 166. 

William. 101, 114. 
Loeming, Emming, 101. 

Francis, 101. 
Legborne^ 106. 
Ljgborno — , 105. 
Lo.^gatt, Catherin, 39, 113. 

Janne, 43. 

Jennett, 109. 

John, 43, 113. 
L'j:]froso, Idithe, 186. 

William, 186. 

[E. of Aubcnuirle and 
Champagne], 186. 
Lvi'jh, 100. 
LEIGH, 100. 

Agnes (Conyers), 100. 

Anne, 43. 

Biirbara, 100. 

Bridgett, 100. 

Bridgett (Sotherby), 100. 

Dorathey, 100. 

Dorathoy (Flower), 122. 

Dorathey (Thurland), 100. 

Elizabeth (Ayliffe), 100. 

Geffrey, 100. 

Gervas, 100, 164. 

Issabell (Poole), 27. 

Jane (Hadock), 72. 

John, 27, 43. 

Myles, 100. 

Oliffe (Therland), 164. 

Peter, 72. 

Reignald, 100. 

Scisseley, 100. 

Thomas, 100. 

William, 100. 

—, 172. 
Leigh al's Lee, Gervas, 100. 
Leighton, Sir Thomas, 60. 
Leisure, Sir Stephen, 39. 

Elizabeth (Dabridgcourt), 39. 
Leke, Sir John de, 46. 

William, 46. 
Lemington, Christiana, 63. 

Esa, 53. 

Radulphus de, 63. 
Lespencer, Hugh de, 124, 

Issabell (Beauohamp), 124. 
Lovesey, Catherin, 112. 

Emma, 114. 

Elizab. (Wightman), 178. 

— , 29. 
Levesley, — , 29. 
lAfvett^ 189. 
Lewcas, John, 112. 

Catherin (Row), 112. 
Lewes f 189. 
Lewes, Edith (Trussell), 28. 

Jane (Brendisiley), 140. 

Richard, 140. 

Thomas, 28. 
Lewknor, Jane, 176. 

Thomas, 175. 

2 E 



INDEX OF NAMES. 






Loxbuumi!, IsaaboU, 67. 
Ltii.Uon, HI, 142. 
Leimton, John do, 141, 142. 

Robert do, 141, 142. 

Hcncry de [Bp. of Lincoln], 
HI, 142. 

— , 6. 
Ley, Goffry, 26. 

Mary. 28. 
Lermur, PetruH, U. 

Tor, 44. 
Iiinacre, — , Ifil. 
Lindscy, Allen do, 75. 

Allico, 75. 

Amicia {— ? — ), 76. 

Brasile, 76. 

David, 76. 

David de, 76. 

Galfroy do, 76. 

Hugb. 75. 
IJ8UUX, Elizabotha, 170. 

lasaboU (— f — ), 170. 

Jolwiti, 170. 
Luley, Vist [Orey], 148. 
Lister, Anno, 60. 

Clurlea, SO. 



Lawrance, 60. 

SirHiiihuU, 60. 

Sir Uichord, 60. 

Thonuis, 60. 
Litlobory, ElizabcUi, 106. 

Humphry, 106. 
littlohury, Uutnphry, 16. 

Utsulu (llorcyo), 16. 
littlston, KUzaboUi. 140. 

Ellen (Walah), 10. 

Joans, ID. 

Sir John, 149. 

Sir William, 10. 
Uoydc, Ellinor, 31. 

Evan, 34. 
Lock, Jonno (Witlunaon), S3. 

Sir William, 83. 
Lockwood, Uury (Holies), 96. 

Thomas, 96. 
Langfrnd, 32. 
LONGFORD, 32. 

Abraham, 32. 

Catherin (BradBhaw), 63. 

Catherin (Comyn), 63. 

Dorathoy, 53. 

ElizaboUi (Lowe), 53. 

Oimrgo, 63. 

Godffrey, 53. 

Joiuie. 53. 

Sir John, 24. 

Uancory. 24, 

Nicholiu, 63. 

Bo)p;r, 53. 



Thim 



1,63. 



'VV'illium. 
Longvile, Anno (Saundois), 81. 

Sir Thoma^ 84. 
Longvillcrv. Agnca, 5. 

Bcrta (Slurkham), 23. 

EUzal«th, 6. 

John de, 6. 

■nKinia-i de, 6. 

Willian.. 23. 
L.,udl«,m, IMS. 
Luudhain, Sir John do, 188. 



LuugLton, Adam de, 70. 

Jde, 70. 
Louie, John, 120. 

Joone (Hynd), 129. 
Louis. John, 129. 

Joane (Hynd), 129. 
Lounders, Helwise, U3. 

Morrico do, 123. 

Thomas de, 123. 

WiUiitm de, 123. 
Lovoluco, Leonard, 74. 

Margarett (Molioeui), 74. 
Lovell, I'hillipus. SI. 
Lovett, Ellinor, 107. 
Low, Clement, 21, 32, 164. 

Elizitbeth, 32. 

laBaboU{Strell©y), 21. 
Mnry, 164. 
Low Jen, Joane, ISO. 

Sir John, 180. 
Lowdham, Catherin (Darcy), 

EtizabeUi, 40. 

Honery, 4fl. 

Joane, 49. 

Sir Thomas, 49. 
Ix>we, Fifeld ar., 138. 
Lowtb, Lionoll, 161. 

Margerett, 161. 
Lucoy, John, 71. 
Lucy, Qaliridiig, 61. 

JIorhcrtuH, 51. 

Mary, 61, 

Matilda do, 61. 

liicardua de, 51. 

Sara do, 61. 

Sir Thomas, 61. 
Ludcham, Sir Walter de, 46. 
Ludford, — (lloUis), 61, 62. 
Luko. Alice (Clarkson), 02. 

Olive (Cloxton), 183. 

Oliver, 183. 
Lnnn, Ann, 104. 
LuttroU, Sir Geffcry, 124. 

Joane, 124. 

Johanna, 45, 
Lymburg, EUena de, 52. 

l'hillii> de, 52, 

Mary. 88. 
/ dl 1 10, 
L^NDLKY. 110. 

Ann< (Kothurwood), 119. 

David, 119. 

Lll n(Ienrax), 119. 

Francis 110. 

Jane (Molineux), 119. 

Jane (KnighUey), 119. 

John 119. 

Maiitorclt (Evcra). 119. 

Jlargentt (Famiory), 119. 

PfKivale 119. 

Itipho 119. 

Rirhard, 110. 

Kobert, 119. 

Koso (Clurko), 119. 

ThomMi, 119. 

William, 119, 

— (Gowlund), 119. 
Lynlty, Frincis. 73. 

Jane (Uolincui), 73. 
Lyon, Algnus (Smyth), 129. 



Lyun — teiili: utd. 

Anne, 129. 

Dorathey (— P— ), 129. 

Elizabeth (Lee), 129. 

Henery, 129. 

Sir John, 129. 

Thomas, 120. 
Lysuiuc^ Elizabeth, 41. 



Mabill, John, 56. 
Blablethorpe, Cassandra, L05. 

Sir Hichard, lOS. 
Mack Williams, Henry, 8. 

Margoret, 8. 
Mackworth, Ellen (Hercy«}, Ifi. 

ffmncis, 15. 
Uadiseon, Raffe, 07. 

Mary (Williamson), 97. 

Margaret {WiUiamflon), 97. 
Makerell, — (Croasy), 17. 
Maiitlt, 117, 188. 
Mallett, Anns, 117. 

Issabell (Ward), 117. 

Jane (Frandz), 117. 

Maud, 49. 

Richaid, 117- 

Robert, 117. 

ThomaB, 40. 

Sir Thomas, 188. 
MaHorg, 33. 
Mallory, Sir Anckotyl, 33. 

Ellinor. 33. 

Juno, 00. 

John, 33. 

Mar^ry, 138, 

Mai^rett, 138. 

Mary (Willoughby), Hi. 

Roffer, 33. 

Tliomas,33, 146. 

William, 33. 

Sir Williain, 60. 
Malnoer, Lionins de, 43. 
Malovell, ElisBbeUi (Lon^* 
villers). 5. 

Stephen, 5. 

— (Leiinton), 6. 
Manby, Anno (WUl 



Stephen, 180. 

— , 64. 
Mnnley, Anno, 102. 

Edward, 102. 

Mary, 102. 

Mary (Willoughby). 102. 

Prudence (Stone), 102. 

Willoughby (Stene), 102, 
Manners. Elizabeth, 143. 

Sir George, 143. 
Mannors, Arniora, 66. 

Catherin, 40. 

George [Ld. Rosa], 40. 

George, 61. 

Grace, 51. 

Jolrn, 55. 

Johanna, GS. 

Louis, 55. 

Michell, 5S. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



211 



Mannours, Annora, 44, 48. 

Hasculpho de, 45. 

Johanna, 48. 

Johannes, 48. 

John, 48. 

Leonius, 48. 

Micheal, 44, 45. 

Sir Michellus, 48. 
Mannoura Lowdhamy 49. 
Mannurs, Michael, 44. 
Mansell, Anne (Dabridgcourt), 
38. 

Phillip, 38. 

Sir Phillip, 38. 

Sir Rice, 38. 

Scisseley (Dabridgcourt), 38. 

—,37. 
Mansfield, — , 64. 
Mantell, Mary, 158. 

Walter, 158. 
Mantle, Catherin, 187. 

Sir Walter, 187. 
Manwaring, Maud, !^8. 

Randall, 28. 
Marbury, Elizabeth, 59. 

Laurence, 8. 

Margerett (Colshill), 8. 
March, E. of [Stuart], 18. 

Countess of (Clifton), 18. 
Mareshall, Will, de, 45. 
Markham, 23, 141. 
MARKHAM, 23, 24, 25, 26. 

Abraham, 26. 

A^es, 23, 26. 

Sir Alexander, 23. 

Alexander, 25. 

AUico, 24, 26. 

Allice (Skipwith), 24. 

Allice (Hercye), 15. 

Anne, 24, 25, 26. 

Anno fStrelley), 7, 21, 24. 

Anne (Henninghain), 24. 

Anne (Laxton), 25. 

Anne ( Warberton), 25. 

Anne (llercyo), 117. 

Anne (Ross), 112. 

Anthony, 26. 

Sir Anthony, 26. 

Audella, 24. 

Barbara (Nevell), 60. 

Berta, 24. 

Bridgett (Harrington), 26. 

Catherine, 24, 25, 26, 76. 

Catherin (Hartishome), 24. 

Catherin (Babington), 24. 

Charles, 25, 26. 

Daniell, 25. 

Dorothey, 25. 

Elizabeth, 24, 25, 26, 72. 

Elizabeth (Burden), 24. 

Elizabeth (Mering), 13, 24. 

Elizabeth (Montague^, 24. 

EUenor (Turbervoyle), 24. 

Ellinor, 25. 

Emme, 25. 

Frances, 24,26, 152. 

fTrancis, 25. 

George, 25, 26, 118. 

Grervas, 25. 

Sir Griffin, 25, 112 

Henry, 26. 

Lisabell, 24, 26. 



!&Tarkham — continued. 
Issabcll (—?—). 23. 
Jane, 25. 

Jane (Daubney), 24. 
Jane (Eyre), 15, 26. 
Jane (Welby), 26. 
Jerom, 24. 

Joane (Bo thorns well), 23. 
John, 14, 17, 23, 24, 25, 26, 

72, 76. 
Sir John, 7, 15, 21, 24, 73, 

152, 187. 
Margerett, 24, 25, 148. 
Margaret (Cressy), 17, 23. 
Margarett (Leek), 24. 
Margerett fVillers), 24. 
Margerett (Hercye), 14. 
Margery (Longfora), 24. 
Mary, 26. 
Mary (Griffin), 24. 
Mary (Leak), 25. 
Mary (Ley), 25. 
Mary ^Thorold), 26. 
Mary (Yetsworthi), 26. 
Millicent, 26. 
Millcsent (Bekering), 23. 
Phillip, 25. 
PhiUipus, 170. 
Richard, 23, 24,25, 141. 
Robert, 13, 15, 23, 24, 25, 26, 

60, 117, 141. 
Robert de, 141. 
Sir Robert, 15, 24, 26, 72, 

148. 
Scisseley, 23. 
Thomas, 24, 25, 26. 
William, 24, 25. 
Winiffrid (Thorold), 25. 

— (Nevell). 24. 

— (BumellJ, 25. 

— (Tirringnan), 26. 

— (Caunton), 23. 

— (Lexinton), 141. 
Marmion, 28, 145. 
Marmion, Bridgett, 28. 

Henry, 28, 147. 
Issabell (Egerton), ;28. 

— (Willou^hby), 147. 
Marmyon, EbzabcUi, 181. 

John, 181. 
Marshall, 70, 91, 97, 166, 
MARSHALL, 166, 167, 182.. 

Agnes, 166. 

Agnes (Browne), 166. 

Allice, 135, 159, 166. 

Anne, 91, 97. 

Anne (Cave), 167, 182. 

Anne (Muston), 166. 

Catherin, 167. 

Catherin- (Staunton), 181. 

Catherin (Loeke), 166. 

Catherin (NevcU), 16«. 

Dorathey, 167. 

Edraond, 167. 

Elizobeth, 166, 167. 

Elizabeth (Bingham), 166. 

Ellen (Thorpe), 166. 

EUenor, 166. 

Francis, 167. 

Henry, 167, 182. 

Humfrey, 167. 

Issabell, 166. 



Marshall — eontmued. 
Joane, 166. 

John, 91, 07, 166, 167, 182. 
Katherin, 110. 
Maude (Scrimshire), 167. 
Raffe, 135, 166, 167. 
Richard, 166, 167, 181. 
Robert, 166. 
Roger, 166. 
Simon, 159. 
Susan, 167. 
Stephen, 167. 
Thomas, 166, 167. 
William, 166, 167. 

— (Dallisson), 167. 

— (Assaby), 167. 
— , 70. 

Martell, Margarett, 151. 

Sir Peter, 151. 
Martin, George, 172. 

Joane (Power), 177. 

John, 22. 

Mary (Strelly), 22. 

PhQlip, 177. 

Sence (Bevercotts), 172. 
Martyn Bartholmew, 3. 
Massingberd, Allice (Bover- 
cotte), 173. 

Thomas, 172. 
Masters \_8ee Musters], 142. 
Matirsey, Thomas, 48, 50. 
Matterden, Elizab. (North), 

127. 
Maudit, William, 81. 
Maulley, Catherin, 78. 
Maunsell '— , 52. 

MabiUia, 62. 
Majretjy 157. 
Maxey, Allice (Roch.), 158. 

Allice (Fuller), 158. 

Edmond, 158. 

Elizabeth, 158. 

Ellen (Chambers), 158. 

Frances (Bawdwyn), 158. 

Honery, 158. 

John [Bp. of Elphin], 158. 

Laurence, 158. 

Mary, 158. 

Mary (Crawnte), 158. 

Robert, 158. 

William, 158. 
Mealtum, Walterus de, 52. 
Mearesy 179. 
Meares, Beatrice, 179. 
Medcalffo — , 58. 
MEDHOP, 178. 

Elizabeth, 178. 

Elizabeth (Scrimshall), 178. 

Ellen, 178. 

John, 178. 

Laurence, 178. 

Lettice, 178. 

Margerett, 178. 

Thomas, 178. 

William, 178. 
Meeres, Barbara (Nevell), 66. 

Sir John, 66. 
Meeriiiff, 23. 
Mooring, Elizabeth, 20, 24. 

Ellenor, 121. 

Margarett, 42. 

Millescent (Bekering), 23. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Mecring — continued, 

William, 20, 42. 

Sir WilUam, 23, 24. 
Melfford, Mary, 68. 
Melton, 60. 
Melton, Sir John, 60, 66, 186. 

Mary (Sutton), 186. 

Thomaaia, 60, 65. 
Meols, John, 27. 

Mary (Poole), 27. 
Mercer, Elizabeth, 101. 
Merian, Elizabeth, 147. 

Raflfe, 147. 
Mering, 12, 33. 
MEIUNG, 12, 13. 

Alexander, 12, 13, 33, 36. 

Sir Alexander, 12. 

Allice, 13. 

Ambrose, 13. 

Anno, 13, 140. 

Catherin, 13. 

Catherin (Hercyo), 13, 16. 

Edmond, 13. 

Edward, 13. 

Elizabeth, 13. 

Elizabeth (ffoune), 12. 

Elizabeth (Novell), 13. 

Elleiior, 170. 

Ellinor (Creasy), 12. 

ffrancis, 12, 13. 

Gilbert, 12. 

Sir GUbort, 12. 

Issabell, 33. 

James, 13, 140. 

Jane, 13, 33. 

John, 13, 16. 

Margaret, 13. 

Margarett (Cave), 13. 

Marger>', 13, 170. 

Mary, 13. 

Maud (HerceyV 12. 

Maud (Beckenng), 12. 

MiUieent, 13. 

ITiomas, 12, 13. 

Sir Thomas, 13. 

William, 12, 13. 

Sir WilHam, 12, 13, 170. 

— rUall), 13. 

— f Laugh t«n), 13. 

— (lliwaites), 13. 
Merian, William de, 61. 
Mesure, Johne, 64. 
Metheringham, John, 3. 

Edmond, 3. 
Methhy, IBS. 
Methley, Anne (Lister), 60. 

Bartholomew, 60. 

Christopher, 60. 

Elizabeth, 60. 

John, 69, 136. 

Joane (Porrj'), 69. 

Joano (Bingham), 60. 
Meveroll, Anne (Donham), 
160. 

Elizabeth, 173. 

George, 160, 178. 
Mevorly, Anne (Donham), 160. 

George, 160. 
Micholl, Allice, 134. 

Catherin, TL 

Ellonor (StreUey), 21. 

John, 21. 



Michell — continued. 

Judith (HiU), 21. 

Thomas, 134. 

a/'« Copland, John, 106. 
Midleton, Elizabeth, 111, 167. 

Henricus de, 62. 

Sir John, 111. 

Margeria (—?—), 62. 

Mary, 116. 

Nicholas, 167. 

WiUiam, 116. 
Milliner, Isabella, 64. 
Minors, Catheren, 38. 

Richard, 38. 
Mohun, Margerett (Elwis), 29. 
Molbray, R. de, 61. 
Molineux^ 72. 
MOLINEUX, 72, 73, 74. 

Alice (Cranmer), 73. 

Allice (Cranmer), 71. 

Anne, 10, 72, 73, 74. 

Anne (Hurington), 73. 

Anne (Lascelles), 69, 74. 

Anne (Moting), 74. 

Anthony, 72, 74. 

Bridgett (Sabcotts), 74 

Bridgett, 74. 

Catherin, 6, 72, 73. 

Christian, 74. 

Christopher, 74. 

Dorathey, 38, 73, 74. 

Dorathey (Powtrell), 72. 

Edward, 73. 

Edmond, 74. 

Edmund, 74. 

Sir Edmond, 73. 

Sir Edward, 73. 

Elizabeth, 72, 74, 162. 

Elizabeth fMarkhfiun), 24. 

Elizabeth (Greenhaugh), 73. 

Ellen, 73. 

Etheldred (Herle), 74. 
„ fVytham), 74. 

„ (Vaughan), 74. 

Fayth, 74. 

Frances, 73. 

Francis, 73. 

Sir Fmncis, 73. 

Gervaso, 3, 73, 74. 

Issabell (Markham), 26. 

Jane, 73. 

Jane f Cheney), 73. 

Jane (Molineux), 73. 

John, 69, 73, 74, 162. 

Sir John, 26, 71, 73, 74. 

Margerett, 72, 73, 74. 

ISIargerett (Bussy), 72. 

Margaret (Comyn), 72. 

Maiy, 73, 74. 

^larv (Bevercotts), 74. 

Paulc, 74. 

Ralph, 6. 

Richard, 72, 73. 

Sir Richard, 10, 78. 

Robert, 72, 73. 

Roger, 73. 

Ruth (Delwood), 74. 

Rutland, 74. 

Sabcotts (74). 

ITioodosia (Heron), 73. 

Thomas, 24, 71, 72, 73, 74. 

William, 38, 72, 74. 



Molineux — continued. 
Winifrid, 78. 

— (Markham), 73. 

— (Read), 74. 
Molitum, Henricus de, 52. 
Mollineux, Catherin (Cotton), 

72. 

Dorathey, 109. 

Elizabeth (Maxkham), 72. 

Fi-ances, 119. 

Hellen, 142. 

Jane, 119. 

Margarett, 116, 146. 

Mary (Bevercotta), 172. 

Richard, 72. 

Sir Richaitl, 72, 143. 

Rutland, 172. 

Thomas, 72, 146. 

WiUiam, 109. 
Mololacue, Constance (Sutton), 
186. 

Sir Peeter, 186. 
Molynes, Sir Michell, 149. 

Elizabeth (Gilbert), 149. 
Mombocher, Sir Bertram, 145. 

Issabell (Willoughby), 145. 
MonboeheTj 47, 49. 
Monbocher, Bartram, 47, 48, 50. 

Sir Bartram, 47, 60. 

George, 47, 50. 

Sir George, 47, 48, 50, 55. 

Issabella, 47, 60. 

Joane, 48, 66. 

Joane (Charrons), 47, 50. 

Margaretta, 47, 60. 

Margarett (Sutton), 47, 50. 

Margarett (Chaucer), 47, 50. 

Matilda, 48, 60. 

Nicholas, 47. 

RadulphuH, 47, 60. 
Monbocker, George, 17. 

Issabell, 17. 
Monboucher, Sir Qeorge, 56u 

Joanne, 66. 
Monins, John, 71. 

Jane (Cranmer), 71. 
MonoXy 189. 
Mens, Henry, 46. 
Montague, Sir Edward, 24. 

Elizabeth, 24. 
Montgomery, Elizabeth, 164. 

Sir John, 164. 
Moore, Cecily, 183. 

[Lord Chancellor], 183. 

Sir Thomas, 183. 
Moreton, Allice (Markham). 24. 

Elizabeth, 71. 
Morgan, Mary (Moyle), 174. 

William, 174. 
Jfm'ivale, 163. 
Morlev. Amphelisia, 67. 

Elizabeth, 90. 

Goodith, 163. 

Sir Robert, 67. 
Morrey, Anne, 129. 

Richard, 129. 
Morteirty 146. 
Mortein, Issabell, 145. 

Sir Roger, 145. 

Walter de, 46. 
Mortimer, Anne, 147. 

Hughe, 126. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



213 



Moriimor — continued. 
Issabell, 126. 
John, 147. 
Mortmayne, Anne (Rufifo), 14. 
Eustace, 14. 
Sir Roger, 14. 
Thomas, 14. 
Morton, Anne (Wortley), 102. 
George, 102. 
— (Therland, 154). 
Moting, Anne, 74. 
Sir William, 74. 
Moton, Anne, 138. 
Allice (Bassett), 138. 
Edmund, 139. 
Elizabeth, 138, 139. 
Elizabeth (Bugg), 138. 
Margaret (Mallery), 138. 
Margarett (—?—)» 138. 
PhilUp (Willoughby), 138. 
Reginald, 138. 
Robert, 138. 
Sir Robert, 138. 
WilHam, 138. 
Motton, Emme, 17. 
Sir WiUiam, 17. 
Moulton, Alhce (Bassett), 42. 
Robert, 42. 
Susan, 102. 
William, 102. 
Mount-Bocher, Sir George, 

60. 
Moantaguo, Sir Edward, 69, 
87. 
„ [note], 86. 
IssaboU, 69. 
iMargarett, 86, 87. 
Mountegle, Lord [Stanley], 18. 
Mountfordy 146. 
Mountgomery, 188. 
Mountgomery, Richard, 56^ 66. 

Sir William de, 188. 
Mountney, (Jonstance ( — P — ), 
64. 
John, 64. 
Sir John, 64. 
Robert, 64. 
Mowbegere, ) etc., see Mon- 
Mowbeger, ] bocher, 47, 49. 
Mowbray^ 117. 
Mowbray, — , 62. 
Movie, 173. 
MOYLE, 173, 174. 
Allice, 174. 

Amye (Langstone), 173. 
Anne, 174. 

Anne (Gooderick), 174. 
Charles, 174. 
Dorathey, 174. 
Elizabeth, 174. 
Jane, 174. 
John, 174. 

Marcye (White), 173. 
Mary, 174. 

Mary (North), 83, 174. 
Raffo, 173. 
Thomas, 173, 174. 
William, 174. 
Moyne, Elizabeth, 106. 

Thomas, 106. 
Mumby, Sir Lambert, 105. 
Maude, 105. 



Muschamp, Anne, 90. 

William, 90. 

— , 167. 
Musgrove, John de, 80. 
Musflard, — (Flower), 122. 
Musters, 142. 
Musters, Henry, 142. 

Joane, 142. 
Mueton, 166, 188; [note] 91, 

97. 
Muston, Anne, 166. 

William, 166. 
My lies, Emme, 133. 

Neale, Elizabeth, 146. 

Elizabeth (Slory), 87. 

Raffo, 87. 

Richard, 163. 

— (Haselrig), 163. 
Noasfeld, Margerett, 161. 

William, 161. 
Nedham, Anne, 168. 

Henry, 168. 
Neifor, John, 46. 
Nelsonn, Elizabeth, 68. 

Thomas, 68. 
Nevell, 64. 
NEVELL, 64. 66, 66. 

Alexander, 64, 66. 

Alice, 65. 

Alice (Boswoll), 66. 

Allice, 17. 

Anne, 43. 

Andrew, 65. 

Anthoney, 66. 

Barbara, 66, 66, 79. 

Barbara (Hercye), 16, 66. 

Beatrix, 66, 66, 140. 

Bridgett, 66. 

Catherin, 166. 

Christopher, 66. 

Cutbert, 66. 

Dorathey, 66. 

Dorathey (Dawney), 66. 

Dennys, 66. 

Elizabeth, 13, 66, 66. 

Elizabeth fCook), 64. 

Elizabeth (Johnson), 66. 

Elizabeth (Bosvile), 66. 

Elizabeth (jermin), 66. 

Edith, 65. 

Ellen (Cutle), 66. 

EUinor, 34. 

Frances, 66. 

Sir George, 24. 

George, 16, 64, 66, 66, 79, 
140. 

Gertrude (Whaley), 66. 

Gervase, 66, 66. 

GUbert, 66. 

Henry, 66, 66. 

Issabell, 66, 92. 

Issabell (Croftes), 64. 

Issabell (Hare), 66. 

Jane, 66, 89, 113, 164, 182. 

John, 60, 66, 66. 

Sir John, 18, 66, 89. 182. 

Margarett, 60, 64, 66. 

Margarett (Stuting), 66. 

Marg«rett (Bland), 66. 

Mary, 18, 66. 

Matilda (Stanhop), 6. 



Ne VELL — con tinned. 
Raffe, 34, 
Richard, 66. 
Robert, 43, 66, 181. 
Rosamond, 66. 
Sara, 66. 
Scissely, 181. 
Susan, 66. 
Thomas, 6, 13, 17, 64, 164, 

166. 
William, 64, 66. 
Sir William. 64. 

— (Mandevile), 64. 

— (Woodfford), 66. 

— (Oston), 66. 

— (Ostin), 66. 
Netill 16. 

Nevill, Radulphus, 79. 

Sir Richard, 141. 
Newark (town and borough], 2. 
Newarko-upon-Trent, Vist. 

[Perpoint], 66. 
Newcomen, Elizabeth, 106. 

Martin, 106. 
Newman, Issabell, 36. 

Sir William, 36. 
Neicmarch, 188. 
Nowmarch, Sir John de, 188. 

Sir Thomas de, 188. 
Newton, Hugh, 168. 

Jane, 109, 168. 

Sir John, 109. 

Johanne de, 63. 

Mary, 148. 

William, 148. 
Nicholls, Anne (Fin«*.ham), 162. 
Nodell, Anne (Cludd), 104. 

Robert, 104. 
Norffolk, D. of, — , 187. 
North, 82, 127. 
NORTH, 82, 83. 

Allice, 82. 

Allice (Squier), 83. 

Anne, 82, 103. 

Charles, 82. 

Christian, 83. 

Christian (Warcop), 82. 

Dorathey, 82, 83. 

Dorathey (Wray), 82. 

Dorathey (BumaU), 82. 

Dorathey (Dale), 83. 

Dudley, 83. 

Sir Dudley, 83. 

Edward, 82. 

Sir Edward [Ld. North], 83. 

Elizabeth, 82, 83, 127. 

Elizabeth (Staunton), 66, 82, 
181. 

Elizabeth (ColweU), 88. 

Elizabeth (Gilbert), 83. 

Ellenor, 83. 

Frances (Brockett), 83. 

Henery, 83. 

Sir Henry, 83. 

Joane, 83. 

John, 82, 83, 103. 

Sir John, 83. 

Judeth, 82. 

Lord, 83. 

Ld. N. of Cartelage, 83. 

Margarett (Butler), 831 

Mary, 82, 83, 174. 



214 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



North — con t in ued. 

Mary (KniveU), 83. 

Rebecka, 82. 

Sir Robert, 83. 

Roger, 65, 82, 83, 181. 

Sir Roger, 174. 

Sara (Reyney), 83. 

Thomas, 66, 82, 83, 181. 

Winiflfrid (Rich), 83. 
Northampton, Marquis (Parr), 

111. 
Norton, Sir Richard, 38. 
Norwich, Ann (Willoughby), 
102 

Sir Simon, 102. 
Nottingham [town and bo- 
rough], 2. 

ODINGSELLS, 76, 76. 
AUice, 26. 

AUice (St. John), 76. 
Allice (Sharpe), 76. 
AUice (Butler), 76. 
Allice (Broune), 76. 
Amicia (CJorbett), 76. 
Anne (Tresham), 76. 
Anne (Barwick), 76, 181. 
Brasile (De Lindsoy), 76. 
CJatherin, 76, 134. 
Catherin (Markham), 76. 
Edward, 76. 
Edwardus, 76. 
Edmond, 76, 76. 
Elizabeth, 76. 
Elizabeth (Sutton), 76. 
EUenor, 76. 
Emma (— P — ), 76. 
Emanuel, 76. 
Francis, 76. 
Gabriell, 76, 134, 181. 
Galffrev, 76. 
Gerrard, 76, 76. 
Henery, 76, 143. 
Hugo de, 76. 
Hugh, 76. 
Issabcll, 76. 

Joane (Sutton), 76, 143. 
Johannes de, 76. 
Johannes, 75. 
John, 76, 76. 
Sir John, 75, 76. 
Luce (— P —\ 76. 
Lucey fBeresfford), 76. 
Lucey (Bruce), 75. 
Margaret (Cockaine), 76. 
Margarett (Sharpo), 76. 
Mary (Bemake), 76. 
Richard, 76. 
Rowland, 76. 
Sibell (— ? — ), 75. 
Thomas, 76. 
William, 76. 

— (Hyde), 76. 

— (Raleigh), 76. 
[Seal], 76. 

Oglethorpe, 189. 
Oglethorpe, William, 143. 

Susan rSutton), 143. 
Okonor, Grace, 106. 

John, 105. 
Okover, Rafo, 160. 

Catherin (Donliam), IGO. 



Oland, Elizabeth (Cole), 77. 

William, 77. 
Oliver, Elizabeth (Samon), 36. 

Walter, 46. 
Onley, Edward, 140. 

Mary, 140. 
Onslow, Catherin, 176. 

George, 176. 
Orby, Allice, 138. 

John, 138. 

Sir John, 106. 

Issabell, 106. 
Orleton, — , 103. 
Ormesby, Arther, 106. 
Ormond, Anne, 127. 

Elizabeth, 127, 162. 

Elizabeth (Chaworth), 127. 

Joane, 127. 

Joane (Chaworth), 127, 162. 

John, 127, 162. 
Orrell, Elizabeth, 112. 

Peter, 112. 
Osborne, 31, 183. 
OSBORNE, 31. 

Allice, 31. 

Allice (Boteler), 31. 

Allice (Hewett), 31. 

Edward, 31. 

Sir Edward, 31. 

firaunces (Harvey), 31. 

Sir Hewett, 31. 

Joyce (ffleetwood), 31. 

William, 31. 

— (Belases), 31. 
Ostin, — , 65. 
Oston, — , 66. 
Otter, John, 114. 

Margaret (Southworth), 114. 
Oversall, Anne, 164. 

Sir Hugh, 164. 
Overton, Gresill, 98. 

John, 98. 
Owelys, — , 182. 
Owen, Jane (Hunt), 167. 
Owghtred, Dorathey, 40. 

Sir Robert, 40. 
OuU, 121. 
Owlys, — (Nevell), 89. 

Pabeuham, 123. 
l*abenham, Catherin, 126. 

EUinor, 126. 

Elizabeth (CUfford), 125. 

Elizabeth (Engaine), 126. 

Joane (Daubney), 126. 

John, 125, 126. 

Sir Laurence, 126. 

Thomas, 125. 

— (Ufford), 126. 
Paganell, John, 186. 

Issabell. 186. 

[Lord Dudley], 186. 
Page, Elizabeth, 7. 

Elizabeth (Bourchier), 7. 

Richard, 7. 
Pagenham, John, 126. 
Pagett, Will., Lord, 149. 
Palmer, Adam, 28. 

Dorathey (Trussell), 28. 

John, 178. 

^largcrett (Mcdhop), 178. 
Paramore, Thomas, 102. 



Paramoro — con tin ued. 

Margt. (WiUougbbv), 102. 
Pargiter, WiUiam, 149. 

Abbigide (Willoughby), 
149. 
Parker, John, 22. 

Rosamond, 22. 

Richard, 2. 
Parkes, Catherin, 162. 

Sir Phillipp, 162. 
Parkhurst, Anne (Eawis), 29. 

Sir William, 2». 
Parkins, 87 [note], 169. 
PARKINS, 169, 160. 

Adrian, 160. 

Anne, 159. 

Arden, 160. 

Elizabeth, 169. 

Elizabeth (Beresford), 169. 

Francis, 107, 169. 

George, 160. 

Henry, 87, 160. 

Issabell, 160. 

Issabell (Wood), 87. 

Isham, 160. 

John, 160. 

Margarett, 169. 

Mary, 160. 

Mary (Isham), 160. 

Penelopio, 160. 

Richard, 107, 169, 160. 
Pamell, Richard, 4. 
Parr, Catheren [Queen], 111. 

W. [Marquis of ^ortbamp- 
ton], 111. 
Parsons, James, 34. 

Catherin (Fentoii), 34. 

Thomas, 34. 
Paston, Anne, 128. 

Mary, 128. 

WilUam, 128. 
Pate, John, 66. 

Mary (Nevell), 66. 

Thomas, 66. 
Payne, — , 62. 
Paynell, Dorathey, 69. 

Geffrey, 69. 

Issabcll (Strelley), 21 

Richard, 21. 
Pay ton, Allice, 31, 

Robert, 31. 
Pearsonn, Joane, 129. 

John, 129. 
Peckham, Frances, 110. 

Elizabeth (Cartwright), 109. 

Sir George, 21. 

Reginald, 109, 110. 

— (Willoughby), 21. 
Pedwarden, Elizabeth (Lowd- 
ham), 49. 

Margarett (Markham), 24. 

Sir Robert, 29. 

Walter, 24. 
Peech, Florence (CTiichley), 
90. 

Sir Nicholas, 90. 
Peers, Margaret, 7. 
Peirpoint, Sir Henrj', 2. 
Pclham, Edmond, 91. 

KUon (Darrell), 91. 
Pell, Sir Anthony, 102. 

Allico (Flower), 122. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



215 



Pell — coutinued. 
Elizabeth (Willoughby), 

102. 
Thomas, 122. 
Pembridg, Mary, 27. 

liaffe, 27. 
Pembroke, W. E. of, HI. 
Pendock, 107. 
PENDOCK, 107. 
Barrey, 107. 
Elizabeth, 107. 
EUinor (Lovett), 107. 
Francis (Parkins), 107, 169. 
George, 107. 
Gervase, 107. 
John, 107, 159. 
Margarett (Heyton), 107. 
Maud (Barry), 107. 
Richard, 107. 
William. 107. 
Penfax, Ellen, 119. 

William, 119. 
Peniston, Mary, 118. 

Thomas, 118. 
Pennington, John, 181. 

Cathorin, 181. 
Penris, Avice, 37. 

John, 37. 
Percyo, Abraham, 137. 
Elizabeth (Draper), 137. 
Maude (Sutton), 186. 
Sir William, 186. 
Perers, John do, 62. 
Perir, Willianus de, 62. 

Sibilla, 62. 
Perkins, Elizabeth, 96. 

Thomas, 96. 
Perpoiut^ 44, 49. 
PERPOINT ^including Pere- 
point, Perpo)nit, Per- 
poynte, Pcrpointo, etc.], 43 
to 66. 
Anne, 60, 66. 
Annora, 48. 
Annora (Mannours), 44, 46, 

65. 
Edmond, 48, 60, 66. 
Sir Edmond, 20, 44, 45, 46. 
Sir Edmound, 66. 
Elizabeth, 20, 60, 164. 
Elizabeth (Boauehamp), 48. 
Elizabeth (Harris), 61. 
Ellen (Langfford), bb, 66. 
Francis, 60, 61, 66. 
Francis (Cavendish), 61, 66. 
Frances, 61, 66. 
Sir George, 18,60,66, 116. 
Gertrude (Talbot), 61, 66. 
Grace, 51, 56. 

Ilenery, 45, 48, 49, 50, 61, 66. 
Sir Henery, 43, 44, 45, 46, 
47, 49, 50, 51, 56, 66, 110. 
Jane (Herris), 60. 
Joane (Empson), 50, 56. 
Joane (Mountbocher), 50, 56. 
Margerett, 17, 51, bb^ 66. 
Margarett (Langfford), 50. 
Margaret (Fitz William), 60, 

56. 
Margaret (Baidon), 50, 56. 
Mary, 110. 
]iM2de'(MaDet;t), 48. 



Peupoint — contvitied. 
Sir Nichohis, 30. 
Sir liaffe, 48. 
Robert, 44, 46, 60, 51, 56. 
Sir Robert, 17, 44, 46, 47, 48, 

49, 50, 65. 
Sara (Heriz), 44, 48, 65. 
Thomasin (Melton), 60, 66. 
William, 51, 56. 
Sir William, 56, 164. 
Winiffrid (Thwaites), 18, 60, 

56. 
Sir — , 143. 

— (Hackett), 50. 

— (Montgomery), 60. 

— (Roos), 50. 

— (Aunslowe), 66. 

Pert, Dorathey (Goodere), 175. 

Thomas, 175. 
Potinger, — (Cartwright), 109. 
Petti t, Anne, 147. 

John, 147. 
Petyt, John, 94. 

Lucy (Watts), 94. 
Pewsey, — , 102. 
Phettiplace, Mary, 88. 

Thomas, 88. 
Pickering^ 188. 
Pickering, Christopher, 18. 

Dorathey (Clifton), 18. 

James, 58. 

Margarett (LascoUs), 68. 

Sir James, 58. 
Picoth, Peter, 80. 
Pigott, 10; note, 116; 142. 
Pip:ott, Cliristian, 103. 

Edmond, 10. 

EUzubeth, 10, 42. 

Gervase, 10. 

George, 42. 

Sir Hugh, 142. 

Issabell, 142. 

Jane, 10. 115. 

Joane, 10, 115. 

Jane (Bradshaw), 10. 

Margaret (Roby), 10. 

Margarett (Handfforth), 10. 

Thomas, 10. 
Pilkenton, Edmond, 161. 

Margery (Babington), 161. 
Pilkington, Anne, 36. 

Edward, 79. 

Thomas, 36. 

Mary, 79. 
Pinkney, Alice (Lindsey), 76. 

Henry de, 75. 

Robert de, 75. 
Pirton, Anne, 111. 
Plantagenet, Henry [Earl of 
Lanci, 124. 

Maud (de Cardusis), 124. 
Plomer, Mary (Elwis), 30. 

lliomas, 30. 
PiomptoHy 16. 

Plumpton, Allice (Foliamb), 
171. 

Anne, 139. 

EUzabeth, 171. 

Elizabeth (Stapleton), 171. 

Elizabeth (Clifford), 171. 

Issabell, 164. 

Margery, 171. 



Plumpton — continued. 

Sir Robert, 139, 171. 

William, 171. 

Sir William, 171. 
Plumtree, 188, 190. 
Plumtroe, Ann (Parkins), 169. 
Pollard, Anthony, 162. 

Mary (Hilton), 87. 

Thomazin, 162. 
P)oU, 27. 
POOLE, 27. 

ars Pull], 27. 

vel de la Poole], 27. 
es, 27. 
ice (Babington), 161. 

Anne (Hooks), 27. 

Anna (Plumpton), 139. 

Beatrix (Babington), 151. 

Bennett (Boys), 27. 

Dorathey (Cockaine), 139. 

Edward, 139. 

Elizabeth, 78, 140. 

Elizabeth (Stanley), 27. 

Elizabeth (Bretton), 27. 

Elizabeth (Moton), 138. 

Elizabeth (Parkins), 169. 

Fraunds, 27, 139. 

German, 139. 

Germanus, 139. 

Sir German, 139. 

Henry, 27, 139. 

Issabell, 27. 

James, 27. 

Janne (Fitzherbert), 7, 139. 

John, 7, 27, 139. 

Sir John, 27. 

Katherin (Vernon), 139. 

Mary, 27. 

Mary (Pembridg), 27. 

Maud (Randall), 27. 

Peter, 78. 

Raffo, 27, 140, 161. 

Randall, 27. 

Reginald, 138. 

Reignald, 27. 

Richard, 27. 

Rowland, 27. 

Scissely, 27. 

Thomas, 27. 

Sir Thomas, 27. 

William, 27. 

— fBureton), 27. 

— (Capenhurst), 27. 

— (Croker), 27. 
Pope, Bryan, 166. 

Margarett (Symoock), 156. 
Port, Dorathey, 7. 

Elizabeth, 7. 

Elizabeth (Giffoid), 7. 

Johanno (Fitzharbert), 7. 

Sir John, 7. 

Margaretta. 7. 
Porter, Robert, 190. 
Portington, Margaret, 106. 

Thomas, 106. 

— 41. 

Poultnoy, Anne (Shirley), 10. 

Francis, 10. 

Gabriell, 10. 

Sir Thomas, 10. 
Poutrell, 188. 
Poutrell, Sir Robert, 188. 



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IXDEX OF NAMES 



POWER, 176, 177. 
Anne (Elliott), 177. 
Christopher, 176. 
Daniel, 177. 
Elizabeth, 177. 
Francis, 177. 
George, 177. 
Joano, 177. 
John, 177. 
Joseph, 177. 
Josua, 177. 
Judith, 177. 
Mary, 177. 
Nathaniell, 177. 
Richard, 177. 
Samewell, 177. 
Stephen, 176. 
WilUam, 177. 

— fCressy), 176. 

— (Rookwood), 176. 
Powtrell, Dorathey, 72. 

Bridgett, 36. 

Dorathey (Baaaett), 42, 
170. 

Elizabeth (Lowdhazn), 49 

John, 21, 85, 92. 

Margarott (Strelley), 21. 

Mary, 85. 

Sir Robert, 49. 

Sonc', 92. 

Sanchia, 92. 

Thomas, 36, 42, 72, 170. 

William, 92. 
Pull, Poole al's, 27. 
Purefoy, Anna (Bingham), 
121. 

Catherin, 132, 178. 

MicheU, 132, 178. 

Radulphus, 121. 
Pureffoy, Jane (Vincent), 
139. 

Nicholas, 139. 
Puttenham, Dorathey, 38. 

Sir Greorge, 38. 
Pycott, 188. 
Pycott, Sir Pers, 188. 
Pym, Henery, 190. 

Mary (Dabridgfcourt), 38. 

Reignald, 38. 

Quadring, Scissely, 71. 
Quarles, Allice (North), 82. 

Catherin (Chaworth), 128. 

John, 82. 
Quenesburgh, Cicilia de, 52. 
Quincy, Roger de [E. of Win- 
chester], 80. 

Rabon^ 34. 
Rabon, Hugh, 34. 

Joyce, 34. 
Rabij, 64. 
Radcliff, Joanna (Stanhop), 6. 

Ralph, 6. 

Robert, 6. 

— , 64. 
Radcliffe, Allice (Byron), 10. 

John, 9. 

Sir John, 10. 

— (Byron), 9. 

Radfford, East [Town and Bo- 
rough], 4. 



Radley, Brigett (Yerburgh), 

106. 
Raleigh, — , 76. 
Ramstom^ 188. 
Ramstone, Sir Thomas, 188. 
Rand, John, 46. 
Randall, John, 61. 

Maud, 27. 

— (HolUs), 61. 

— , 62. 
Rasen, Robert us de, 46. 

Annora, — , 46. 
Rason, Robert de, 55. 

Annora (Mannours), 55. 
Rattlef, Sir John, 8. 

Mary, 8. 
Rawson, Anna, 7. 

Avery, 94. 

Beatrix (Cooke), 7. 

Margarett, 94. 

Nicholas, 7. 

Phillip, 172. 
Read, Bridgett, 184. 

Dorathey, 184. 

Elizabeth, 184. 

Jane, 184. 

John, 169. 

Margarott (Alphew), 184. 

Mary, 184. 

Mary (Berosford), 169. 

Robert, 184. 

Sir Robert, 184. 

-,8. 

-74. 
Roade, Griffith, 183. 
Reding, Elizabeth 22. 

Thomas, 22. 
Redman, Elizabeth (Compton), 
128 

Sir Walter, 128. 
Redmor, — , 35. 
Rempston, Margeria, 121. 

Simon, de, 45. 

Thomas, 121. 
Reresby, Arnold, 118. 

Jane, 68. 

John, 57. 

Lyon, 68. 

Margarett (Lascells), 57. 

Margarett (Whalloy), 118. 
Restwood, — (Boyvill), 171. 

— , 111. 
Retford [Town and Borough], 4. 
Revell, 34. 
Revell, Ellenor, 34. 

John, 34. 
— , 136. 
Re^iialds, Mary, 131. 

Robert. 131. 
Reyner, Anthony, 65. 

Elizabeth, 56. 

Margarett (Novell), 64. 

Richard, 64. 

Sir William, 56. 
ReyneSf 108. 
REYNES, 108. 

Andrew, 108. 

Catherin, 108. 

Dorathey, 108, 155. 

Dorathey (Bassett), 108. 

Elizabeth, 108. 

Florence (Bradshaw), 108. 



Rbtnes — eontin tied, 

Jane, 108. 

Joyce, 108. 

JoW 108, 155. 

Mai'gery, 108. 

Mary, 108. 

Nicholas, 108. 

Robert, 108. 

Thomas, 108. 
— (Armestrong), 108. 
Reyney, John, 83. 

Sara, 83. 
Reynolds^ 131. 
Reyton, Ann, 93. 
Rhodes, Anne, 42. 

Francis, 42. 
Riall, ~ (Delamare), 38. 
Rice, William, 190. 
Rich, Elizabeth (Colwell), 83. 

Penelope, 18. 

Richard, Lord, 83. 

Robert, 83. 

Robert [E. of Warwick], 18. 

Winiffnd, 83. 
Richard, John, 54. 
Richardsonn, Agnes, 130. 
Richers, Richara, 109. 

Elizabeth (Cartwrig^ht), 109. 
Ridgway, Cassandra, 185. 

L^rd [in Ireland], 185. 

Thomas, 185. 
Ridley, Margarett, 183. 

Margarett (Mosgrave), 183. 

Nicholas, 183. 
Rigs, Anne (Mering), 13. 
Ripers, Ellen, 69. 
Risley, Joane, 145. 
Roades, 69. 
Roades, Sir John, 69. 

Sergant, 69. 
Roberts, Francis, 77. 

Anne (Yerburgh), 106. 

George, 90. 

Richard, 106. 

Rose (Darrell), 90. 
Roburtsonn, Anne, 101. 

Bridgett (Beverootts), 172. 

Thomas, 172. 
Robinson, Allice, 135. 

Elizabeth, 137. 

Henery, 137. 

Thomas, 135. 
— , 144. 
Roby, 115. 
RoW, John, 115. 

Margarett, 115. 
Roch, Allicei 158. 

Elizabeth ^North), 127. 

Elizabeth (Lasoells), 57. 

William, 158. 

Sir William, 57. 
Roehfford, 179. 
Rochfford, Sir George, 179. 

Joanna, 6. 
Rocliff, Agnes, 58. 

Sir Robert, 58. 
Rodney, 143. 
Rodney, Anne, 143. 

Elizabeth, 92, 183. 

John, 92, 143. 
Roe, Mary, 91. 

Thomas, 91. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



217 



Rogers, Hugh, 41. 

Mary (Cresay), 41. 
Rokesby, Christopher, 69. 

John, 59. 

— (Lascella), 69. 
Mary (Cartwright), 110. 
Thomas, 110. 

Roleston, Issabell (Bradbome), 

161. 
BoUston, Ann (Babington), 161. 

James, 161. 

Margeria (Bingham), 121. 

Ralph, 121. 
RoUton^ also Rowleston^ 169. 
ROLSTON, 169, 170. 

Ann (Babington), 169. 

Anthony, 170. 

Edward, 170. 

EUinor (Mering), 170. 

Henery, 169. 

Issabell 170. 

James, 169, 170. 

Jane, 170. 

John, 170. 

Lancelott, 170. 

Mary, 170. 

Raffe, 169. 

Robert, 170. 

Thomas, 169, 170. 

Vallentyne, 170. 

William, 169. 

— (Bingham), 169. 

— (Ashe), 170. 
Rombold, Audrey, 176. 

John, 176. 
Roodes, John, 166. 

Jennott (Hawkes), 166. 

Robert, 166. 
Rooko, Aim (Goodere), 176. 

Thomas, 176. 
Rook wood, — , 161, 176. 
Rooper, Joyce (Chaworth), 124. 
ROOS, 111, 112. 

Agnes (Harvy), HI. 

Agnes (CoUy), 112. 

Allice, 112. 

Anne, 26, 112. 

Anne (Pirton), 112. 

Anthony, 112. 

Catherin, 112. 

Catherin (Leyesey), 112. 

Dargovill [Steward, Ld. of 
Galloway], HI. 

Edward, 112. 

Elizabeth (Middleton), 111. 

Elizabeth (Orrell), 112. 

Elizabeth (Blague), 112. 

Ellen, 112. 

EUinor (Wandisfoid), 111. 

Francis, 111, 112. 

George, 112. 

GUbert, 112. 

Henery, 112. 

Himifirey. 111. 

Issabell [d. of King of Scots], 
111. 

Joane, 112. 

John, 111, 112. 

Margarett (Bruse), 111. 

Mary, 111, 112. 

Mary (GasUin), 112. 

MichelL 112. 



Roos — eotitvtued. 

Peter, 25, 111, 112. 

Richard, 112.. 

Robert, Ld. [Roos], 111. 

Robert, HI. 

Sir Robert, 111. 

Roger, H2. 

Theodocia, 112. 

Thomas, HI, 112. 

WiUiam, HI, 112. 

Lord [Manners], 40. 
Restwold), 111. 
Scrimshire), 111. 
Roos), 111. 
Orrell), 112. 
Darwen), 112. 
Warren), 112. 

—,50. 
Roper, Elizabeth, 183. 

John, 183. 
Jiopt<ltt/y 179. 
Ropsley, Allice, 179. 
Jioa, 188. 
Ros, Sir John de, 188. 

Sir Robert do, 188. 
Roskin, Jasper, 65. 
Roskymer, Allice (Deyn8}'U), 
61. 

William, 61. 
R088O, Anne, 186. 

William Lord, 186. 
JiMtteU, 119. 
ROSSELL, 119, 120. 

Catherin (Sacheverell), 120. 

Dorathey (Cranmer), 71, 120. 

Elizabeth, 120. 

George, 116, 120. 

Gervaee, 120. 

Henery, 71. 

Hai-old, 120. 

Issabell, 120. 

Issabell (Babington), 120, 
161. 

John, 120, 161. 

Johnde, 119, 120. 

Margarett (Whalley), 116, 
120. 

Mary (Cranmer), 120. 

Robert, 120. 

Simon de, 119. 

Thomas, 120. 

W^ilfFHd de, 119. 
Roswell, Elizabeth, 21. 
Rothoram, Beatrix, 169. 

— (Linacre), 159. 
Rotherwood, Anne, 119. 
RouUston, 33. 
Roulston, Agnes, 33. 

Raffe, 33. 
Routh, James, 28. 

Ursula (Trussell), 28. 
Rowcliff, Sir John, 171. 

Margery (Plompton), 171. 
Rotcleston, 169. 
Rowleston, Lancellott, 121. 

ElHnor (Meering), 121. 
Rowlett, Sir Raffe, 176. 

Ursula, 176. 
RowUttoHy 64. 
Roy den, Mary, 91. 
Roydon, Prudence (Com- 
wallis), 161. 



Rovston, Jerome, 177. 

Slary (Power), 177. 
Ruffo, Anne, 14. 

Issabell (Arches), 14. 

Sir William, 14. 
Runce, John de, 46. 
Ruskin, Jasper, 54. 
Russell, Jane, 108. 

John, 26. 

Termyn, 108. 

Theodocia (Markham), 26. 
Russella, Onto, 52. 

Hugo, 62. 
Rutland, E. of [Manners], 40. 
Ryther, Elizabeth, 97. 
Ryton, Anne, 92. 

Sabcotts, Bridgett, 74. 

Robert, 74. 
Sarheverell, 163. 
SACHEVERELL, 163, 164, 
165. 

Agnes (Kirby), 164. 

Anne, 22, 166. 

Anne (Leech), 163. 

Anne (Francis), 164. 

Anne (Oversall), 164. 

Anthony, 165. 

Catherin, 152, 164. 

Catherin (Fitzherbert), 164. 

Dorathey, 165. 

Elizebeth, 86, 163, 164. 

Elizabeth (Grev), 164. 

Emma (Dethick), 164. 

Francos, 165. 

Hellen, 166. 

Henery, 116, 164, 166. 

Sir Henery, 122, 127, 162. 

Hyacinthus, 166. 

Issabell, 165. 

Issabell (Stathom), 164. 

Jane, 116, 164, 166. 

Jane (Bradbome), 166. 

Joane, 166. 

Joane (Curzon), 163. 

Joane (Stathom), 163. 

John, 163, 164, 166. 

Lucey, 166. 

Mary, 122, 127, 164, 166. 

Mary (— P — ), 163. 

Mary (Low), 164. 

Millicent, 165. 

Patrick, 22, 164. 

Sir Patrick, 163. 

Sir Peter, 163. 

Rafe, 163, 164, 166. 

Sir Raffe, 86. 

Richard, 164. 

Sir Richard, 163. 

Robert, 163, 164. 

Sir Robert, 163 

Senco (Bevei-cotts), 172. 

Thomas, 164, 166, 172. 

Sir William, 163. 

— (WiUoughby), 147. 
Sackfford, Dorathey (North), 
83. 

Henery, 83. 
Sadington^ 153. 
Salley, Allice, 104. 

Thomas, 104. 
Salmon, lliomas, 151. 

2p 



218 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Salmon — contitiwd. 

Scissely (Babington), 151. 
Saltmarsh, Thomas, 40. 

Margt. (Constable), 40. 
Samon^ 35. 
SAMON, 35, 36. 

Anne, 36. 

Anthony, 35. 

Edward, 38. 

Elizabeth, 35, 36. 

Issabell, 35. 

Issabell fNewman), 35. 

Issabell (Delalaund), 35. 

Jane (Draycott), 35. 

Jane (Menng), 13, 35. 

John, 35, 36. 

Katherin, 35. 

Mary, 35. 

Mary (Entwisell), 35. 

Myllescent, 35. 

Nicholas, 35. 

Richard, 13, 35. 

Robert, 35. 

Scisseley (Babington), 35. 

Thomas, 35. 

Wilffryd, 35. 

— rSaUard), 35. 

— (Redmer), 35. 
Sampson, Amphclis, 16. 

Sir William, 16. 
SANDERSON, 100. 

Ann (Gell), 100. 

Christopher, 100. 

Dyonis (Barber), 100. 

Elizabeth, 100. 

Elizabeth (Carr), 100. 

Henery, 100. 

Mary, 100. 

Robert, 100. 

WilHam, 100. 
Sandersonn, Jane (Hollis), 62. 

Thomas, 62. 
Saudford, 168. 
SANDFORD, 168. 

Cathorin, 168. 

Francis, 168. 

Jane (Newton), 168. 

Joane (Smyth), 168. 

John, 168. 

Maude (— P— ), 168. 

Roprer, 168. 

William, 168. 
Sandfford, Sir Brian, 58. 

Dorathey, 58. 

Elizabeth (Greene), 58. 
Sandis, Sir Edwin, 18. 

Hester (Clifton), 18. 

Mvlos, 18. 

Sir William, 18. 
Sands, Elizab. (Comwallis), 
^62. 

Sir Walter, 162. 

William, 14. 
Santon, Anthony, 42. 

Anne (Bassett), 42. 
Sarringham, Allice (Blondes- 
ton), 158. 
Saunders, Anne, 84. 

Bridgett, 147. 

Laurence, 84. 

Robert, 147. 

Sir Thomas, 175. 



Sayage, Ann (Beresford), 169. 

Elizabeth (Mering), 13. 

Humphrey, 94. 

James, 13. 

John, 169, 187. 

Sir John, 9. 

Margarett (Jessop), 94. 

— (Byron), 9. 
SAVELL, 174. 

Anne (Wyatt), 174. 

Arther, 174. 

Bridgett, 66, 174. 

Catherin (Hunings), 174. 

Cordall, 174. 

Dorathey, 97. 

Edward, 174. 

Francis, 174. 

George, 174. 

Sir George, 174. 

Henery, 174. 

Sir Henery, 66. 

Jane (Gascoigne), 174. 

Joane (Vernon), 174. 

John, 97, 174. 

Sir John, 174. 

Margarett (Basford), 174. 

Mary, 174. 

Mary (Welbeck), 174. 

Susan (Shakelton), 174. 

Thomas, 174. 

Ursula, 174. 
Savilo, John, 132. 

Mary, 132. 
Savill, Elizabeth, 70. 

Sir John, 70. 
Say, Lord, 37. 
Scaldeford, Achardo de, 52. 

Hugo de, 52. 

Ricnardus de, 52. 
Scopham, Agnes (Disney), 61. 

Elizabeth, 62. 

George, 61, 62. 
Scott, Anne, 90. 

Sir Reginald, 90. 

Richard, 90. 
Scrimshall, Elizabeth, 178. 
Hcrimsiherey 166. 
Scrimshere, Geffrey, 167. 

Agnes (Bingham), 167. 

Elizabeth (Midleton), 167. 

Richard, 167. 

Thomas, 167. 

Williajn, 167. 
Scrimshire, Edward, 172. 

Barbara (Bevercotts), 172. 

Maude, 167. 

William, 167. 
Scroope, Henry, Lord, 82. 

John, Lord, 126. 

Elizabeth (Chaworth), 126. 

EUinor (North), 82. 

— , 127. 
Sedgwick, — , 59. 
Sogar, Sir Will., 49 [note]. 
Segrave, 16. 

Selby, Johannes de, 53. 
Selioke, 117. 

Selioke, Dorathey (Chaworth), 
127. 

Issabell, 117. 

John, 127. 

Sir John, 127. 



Semer, Anne (Stanhop), 7. 

[D. of Somerset], 7. 
Semnermarsh, Axmey 49. 

John, 49. 
Serceby, Hugh, 46, 47. 
Serelby, Hugh, 47. 
SerWy, 127. 
Serlby, Andrew, 128. 

Anlkarett, 127. 

Anthony, 128. 

Gertrud (Leek), 128. 
Serleby, Margarett, 172. 
Shakelton, Susan, 174. 
Shalcros, Leonard, 95. 

Mary, 95. 
Sharpe, AUice, 76. 

Henery, 76. 

Margerett, 76. 
Sheaffeld, Edmond, IiOid, 62. 

Ellinor, 62. 
Sheffeld, Elizabeth, 147. 
Sheldon, Edward, 25. 

Elizabeth (Markham), 25. 

Raffe, 25. 
Shelford, Hugo de, 45. 
Shelton, Anne (Bafrow), 162. 

Isabell, 9. 

Jane, 21. 

Peter, 9. 

Sir Baffe, 162. 

Thomas, 21. 
Shepard, Samwell, 175. 

Margarett (Goodere), 175. 

— , 30. 
Sheppard, — , 147. 
ISherbraoke, 132. 
SHERBROOKE, 132. 

Allice (BraUeeford), 132. 

Catherm, 183. 

Elizabeth, 132. 

Elizabeth (Hall), 132. 

Margarett, 132. 

Mary (Savile), 132. 

Robert, 132. 

Thomas, 132, 183. 
Sherley, Allice, 133. 

Ellenor (Willoughby), 147. 

George, 21. 

Joane, 21. 

Sir Raffe, 147. 
Sherman, Mary (Lasoells), 59. 

William 59. 
Shipman, Thomas, 190. 
Shirley, Anne, 10. 

Elizabeth (Walsh), 10. 

Ellenor, 153. 

Sir Raffe, 10, 153. 
Shreese, John, 156. 

Margery, 156. 
Shrewsbury, E. of [Talbot], 4, 5 1 . 
Shrimpton, John, 148. 

Frances (Willoughby), 148. 
Shruse, John, 156. 

Margery, 156. 
Sibthorpe, —, 180. 
Simcock, Allice (Sutton), 143. 

Thomas, 143. 
Simpson, Nicholas, 42. 

Elizabeth (Bassett), 42. 

— (Sacheverell), 164. 
Singleton, EUz. (Comwallis). 

161. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



219 



Sixstanby, William de, 64. 
Skoffington, Issabell (Byron). 10. 

Margeria (Stanhop), 6. 

Thomas, 6, 10. 
Skevington, Many, 79. 

Thomas, 79. 
Skewis, Catherin, 61. 

John, 61. 
Bkinner, John, 28. 

Jane (Markham), 25. 

Jane (Elwis), 29. 

Thomas, 25, 29. 

Sir Thomas, 29. 
Bkipton, Elizabeth (Pago), 7. 

William, 7. 
Skipwith, Agnes, 106. 

Allice, 24. 

Anne, 57. 

Sir John, 106, 141. 

Sir William, 24, 57. 
Bkrimshire, Thomas, 111. 
Skudamore, Richard, 147. 

Catherin (Willoiighby), 147. 
Slaughter, Elizabeth, 168. 

Richard, 168. 
Slort/ [seal also], 86. 
Slory, Agnes, 87. 

Sir Altford, 87. 

Alicia, 86. 

Sir Alured, 87. 

Anne, 87, 139. 

Elizabeth, 87. 

Elizabeth (Hesull), 87. 

Elizabeth (Sacheverell), 86, 
163. 

Ermintred, 87. 

Johannes, 86. 

Johannes de, 86. 

Sir John, 87. 

Sir Norman, 87. 

Kichard, 86, 87. 

Thomas, 86, 87. 

William, 86, 87, 139, 163. 

Sir WilUam, 87. 

— (Col wick), 86. 
Slorye, Mary (Beaumont), 87. 

Kichard, 87. 
Smith, Giles, 93. 

Katherin, 93. 

Mary (Flower), 122. 
Smithwirck, Hugh, 38. 

Jane (Dabridgcourt), 38. 
Smyth, Ann (Markham), 25. 

Catherin, 92. 

Elizabeth, 101. 

Sir Francis, 25. 

Frances, 89. 

Joane, 168. 

Martin, 101. 

Roger, 168. 

Sir Richard, 95. 

Sir Thomas, 25. 
Snayth, Elizabeth, 134. 
Snow, Anne (Stanton), 181. 

Mary (Power), 177. 

William, 181. 
Somerey, The Lord [Somerie], 

125. 
Somerscales, Rebecka, 89. 

Robert, 89. 
Somershall, Rafe, 190. 
Somery, K of [Paganell], 186. 



Sorpey, 188. 

Sorpey, Sir John de, 188. 

Sothcrby, Bridgett, 100. 

Robert, 100. 
Souch, George, 116. 

Sir John, 187. 
South, Allice, 185. 

Sir Francis, 85. 
Southampton, Thos. E. of 

[Wnothesley], 161. 
Southcoate, — (Babington), 

151. 
Southwell, Allice (ComwaUis), 
162. 

Richard, 162. 
SOUTH WORTH, 114. 

Anne (Elsam), 114. 

Aymond, 114. 

Edward, 114. 

Elizabeth, 114. 

EUen (Harris), 114. 

Emma (Levcsey), 114. 

Issabell, 91. 

Margarett, 114. 

Richard, 114. 

Robert, 114. 
Sparke, Ann, 93. 

Robert, 93. 
Spence, Sibbell (Byron), 9, 10. 

William, 9, 10. 
Spencer, Elizabeth, 21. 

Joane, 145. 

Sir John, 21. 

Margarett ( Willoughby), 149. 

Robert, Lord, 149. 
Squier, Allice, 83. 
Squier, John, 28. 

Jane (Trussell), 28. 
St. Andrea vel St. Andrew^ 78. 
ST. ANDREW vel ST. AN- 
DREA, 78, 79, 80, 81. 

Agnes (Grey), 78. 

Allice, 79. 

Allice (Stoke), 78. 

Alice (— P — ), 78. 

Anne, 79. 

Barbara, 79. 

Barbara (Novell), 79. 

Catherin, 79. 

Catherin rW^ells), 79. 

Catherin (Maulley), 78. 

Crueburga ( — ? — ), 78. 

Dorathey, 79. 

Edmond, 78. 

Edmondus, 78. 

Elizabeth, 78, 79. 

Elizabeth (Poole), 78. 

Elizabeth (Bainbridg), 79. 

Ellinor, 79. 

George, 79. 

Honricus de, 78. 

Hugh, 78. 

Ivo de, 78. 

Jacobus do, 80. 

Jane, 79. 

James de, 78. 

Johanna (—?—), 78. 

Johannes de, 78. 

Johannes Seiheros de, 79. 

John, 78, 79. 

Sir John, 78. 

Julian (Zouch), 78. 



St. Andrew vel St. Anbrba — 
continued. 

Laurentius, 80. 

^argarett, 79. 

Margarett (Aston), 78. 

Mary (Pilkmgton), 79. 

Mary (Skevington), 79. 

Matilda de, 80. 

Maud (Dive), 78. 

Maud (—?—), 78. 

Paganus de, 78. 

Peter de, 78. 

Richard, 78. 

Robert, 78. 

Sir Robert de, 78, 80, 81. 

Roger, 78, 79, 80. 

Sir Roger, 78. 

Sir Saiher, 78, 81. 

Sanchia, 79. 

Soiherus, 81. 

Thomas, 78. 

William, 78, 79, 80. 
St. Cruse, Agnes (Markham), 
23. 

William, 23. 
St. George, Elizab. (St. John), 
60. 

George, 60. 

Honery, 60. 

Sir Hencry, 60. 

Mary (DareU), 60. 

Richaid, 60. 

Sir Richard, 60. 

Thomas, 60. 

Willianus de, 79. 
St. John, Allice, 75. 

Elizabeth, 60. 

Elizabeth (Blount), 60. 

Ellinor, 60. 

John, 75. 

Sir John, 60. 

Nicholas, 60. 

Sir Oliver, 60. 

[Vis* Grandison], 60. 
— (Leighton), 60. 
St. Low, E^dius, 6. 

Margarett (Stanhop), 6. 
Stafford, Humflrey, 40, 126. 

Ellinor (Aylesbury), 126. 

Joyce, 40. 

Margcrctt (Bassett), 124. 

Edward, Lord, 124. 
Staine, Anne, lOo. 

Sir WiUiam, 105. 
Stale V, Johanna, 6. 

Ralph, 6. 
Stanfford, — , 160. 
Stanhop^ 5. 
STANHOP, 5, 6, 7, 8. 

Adelina (CUfton), 18. 

Alexander, 8. 

Allicia (I'ly), 6. 

Anno, 6, 7, 8, 62. 

Anna rStroUeyJ, 7, 21, 24. 

Anna (Rawson), 7. 

Audelia (Clifton), 7. 

Audella (Markham), 24. 

Avelina (Clifton), 7. 

Byron, 8. 

Catherin, 8. 

Catherin (Molineux), 6. 

Catherin (Trentham), 7. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Stanhop — continued. 
Catherin (Hastings), 8. 
Charles, 8. 
Cordelia, 8. 

Cordelia (Allington), 7. 
Cromwell, 8. 
Dorathea, 8. 

Dorathey (Trentham), 7. 
EdmondC 6, 7, 8. 
Edward, 8, 18. 
Elizabeth, 6, 8. 
Elizabeth (Malovell), 5. 
Elizabeth (Talbott), 6. 
Elizabeth (Bourchier), 7. 
Ellenora, 6, 8, 140. 
Ellona (Wolfull), 7. 
Francisca, 8. 
Heneiy, 6, 8. 

IssabeUa (Markham), 6, 24. 
James, 6. 
Jane, 8, 15. 
Jane (Curlon), 8. 
Joanna (Rochfford), 6. 
Johanna, 6, 20. 
Johanna (Staley), 6. 
John, 6, 6, 7, 8, 16. 
Sir John, 8. 
Juliana, 8. 
Margaret, 6, 8. 
Margarett (Jemingham), 6. 
Margaret (Port), 7. 
Margarett (Colshill), 8. 
Margaret rMackwiUiams), 8. 
Margaret (Peers), 8. 
Margeria, 6. 
Marmaduke, 7. 
Mary, 8. 

Mary fRattlef), 8. 
Mary (Hawley), 8. 
Matilda, 6. 

Matilda (Cromwell), 6. 
MicheaU, 8. 
MicheU, 7, 8. 
Sir Michell, 140. 
Nicholas, 6. 
Olivia (Beresford), 8. 
Olliefe, 8. 
PhUUp, 8. 
Kadcliffe,8. 
Kaffe, 6. 
Bir Raffo, 24. 

Richard, 6, 6, 7, 20, 24, 162. 
Sir Richard, 21. 
Richard de, 6. 
Robert, 6, 24. 
Sir Robert, 24. 
Sancia, 7. 
Sara, 8. 
Sence, 162. 
Stephen, 6. 
Siuan, 8. 
Thomas, 6, 7, 8. 
Sir Thomas, 62. 
Ursula, 8. 
William, 6, 8. 
[Earl of Chesterfield], 8. 
Lord [of Harrington], 8. 

— (Knowles), 8. 

— (Read), 8. 
Stanley y 143, 190. 
Stanley, Anne, 18, 93. 

Barbara, 84. 



Stanley — eofttinued, 
Elizabeth, 16, 27, 148. 

Gertrude (Hollis), 63. 

Henry, 93, 190. 

Sir John, 16. 

Richard, 84. 

Sir Thomas, 18, 143. 

Walter, 63. 

Sir WilliMo, 27. 
Stanthom, Issabell, — , 164. 
Stanton, 163, 179, 189. 
STANTON, 179, 180, 181. 

Allice, 180. 

Allice (Ropsley), 179. 

Anne, 181. 

Anne (— P— ), 181. 

Anthony, 66. 

Athelin fWhitworth), 179. 

Beatrix (]^[eares), 179. 

Bridgett, 181. 

Bridgett (Barwick), 181. 

Sir Bryan de, 179. 

Catherin, 181. 

Catherin (Disney), 181. 

Edith, 181. 

Edith (Nevell), 66. 

Elizabeth, 66, 162, 180, 181. 

Elizabeth (Thome), 180. 

Ellen, 181. 

George, 180. 

Sir Geffrey, 179, 180. 

Sir Henery, 179. 

Issabell (Chaworth), 180. 

Joane (Eincourte), 180. 

Joane (Lowden), 180. 

John, 179, 180, 181. 

Sir John, 180, 181. 

Sir Maior, 179. 

Margarett, 180. 

Mary, 181. 

Nicholas, 180. 

Richard, 180. 

Robert, 66, 180, 181. 

Scisseley (Novell), 181. 

Sir Simon, 80. 

Theobald, 179. 

Thomas, 163, 179, 180, 181. 

Sir Thomas, 180. 

William, 180, 181. 

Sir WiUiam, 179, 180. 
Chawser), 179. 
Gifford), 179. 
Fitzallen), 179. 
^Rochfford), 179. 
Bosam), 180. 
Staple, Ann (Wood), 88. 
Staples, Robert, 2. 
Stapleton, Sir Brian, 171. 

Catherin (Constable), 40. 

Elizabeth, 171. 

George, 168. 

Sir Robert, 40. 
Staresmoro, Francis, 139. 

Mary (Vincent), 139. 
Starkey, John, 129. 

Joane (Hynd), 129. 

Margaret, 132. 

Thomas, 132. 
Stathom, Eliz. (Langley), 163. 

Goodith, 163. 

Henery, 163. 

Jouno, 163. 



Btatihoni — eontimud. 

John, 163. 

Scisseley ( — f—), 16S. 

Thomas, 163. 

Thomazin (Onxson), 163. 
Staunfordy 161. 

Staunfoid, BUxabefch, 161. 

John, 161. 
Staunton, 34. 
Staunton, Antiioiiyy 82. 

Dorathey, 34. 

Elizabetl^ 32, 133. 

Jane, 9. 

Margeret (Byron), 9. 

Margeiy, 9. 

Mary ( lerburg^h), 106. 

Richard, 106. 

Robert, 134. 

Thomas, 106. 
Staveley, 14. 
Stayeley, Greorgpe, 20. 

Issabell (StrcUey), 20. 
Staynfford, Ann, 172. 

William, 172. 
Stepey, 188. 

Stepey, Sir John de, 188. 
Stephan, Maigaret (Stanhope),6. 
Stephenson, Catherin^ 140. 

Jane, 89. 

John, 89, 140. 
Sterley, Ann (Perpoint), 66. 

Sir Nicholas, 66. 
Stevenson, Elizabeth^ 103. 

William, 103. 
Steward, Esmey [£. of March], 

18. 
[Stewart, — ] E. of QfOIoway, 

111. 
Stirley, Anne (Perpoint), 60. 

Sir Nicholas, 60. 
Stockham, Robert, 4. 

Anne, 97. 
Stochcithy 176. 
8T0CKWITH, 176. 

Edmond, 176. 

HeneiT, 176. 

Hmnffrey, 176. 

Robert, 176. 

Thomas, 176. 
Stoke, Allice, 78. 

Richard, 78. 
Stone, Prudence, 102. 

Thomas, 102. 
Stotehill, AUice, 171. 

Anne, 171. 

Anne (BoyviU), 171. 

Arther, 172. 

Elizabeth, 172. 

Elizabeth (Plumpton). 171. 

Henery, 171, 172. 

Jane, 172. 

Jane (Empson), 172. 

John, 171, 172. 

Robert, 172. 

Thomas, 172. 
Stourton, Ann (North) , 82. 

Thomas, 82. 
Stoxos, Sara, 177. 
Strange, — , 167. 

Anne (Paston), 128. 
Strechley, 188. 
Strechley, Sir John, 188. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



221 



Strellei/, 19, 168. 
STRELLEY, 19, 20, 21, 22. 

Agnes (Harcomt), 20. 

AUce, 10, 20, 22. 

Anne, 7, 20, 21, 24, 121. 

Anne TAldredg), 21. 

Anne (Baynham), 22. 

Anne (Sacheverell), 22. 

Anne (Perpoint), 66. 

Anthony, 22. 

Sir Anthony, 21, 22. 

Bridgett (Thwaites), 21. 

Catherin (Woat), 20. 

Dorathey (Burroll), 22, 99. 

Elizabeth, 20, 21, 116. 

Elizabeth (Vavaaour), 19. 

Elizabeth (Hercye), 20. 

Elizabeth (Perpoint), 20. 

Elizabeth (Gameys), 21. 

Elizabeth (KoBwell), 21. 

Elizabeth (Reding), 22. 

Elizabeth (Mering), 13. 

Ellen (Greeley), 21. 

EUinor, 21. 

Francis, 21. 

George, 21, 22, 99. 

Gervase, 22. 

Gertrud (Eye), 22. 

Gertrud, 22. 

Grace (Bigby), 21. 

Helen, 20. 

Henery, 20, 21, 22. 

Sir Henery, 20. 

Issabell, 20, 21, 22, 164. 

Issabell (Kemp), 20. 

Jane, 20, 22, 86, 148. 

Joane, 166. 

Joane (Stanhope), 6, 20. 

Joane (Hunt^, 20. 

Joane (Baynnam), 21, 22. 

Joane (Sherley), 21. 

John, 13, 20, 21, 22, 24, 86, 
116, 148, 166. 

Lucia (le Fone), 19. 

Margarett, 22. 

Mary, 21, 22. 

Mary (—?—), 20. 

Mary (Thombury), 22. 

Nicholas, 21, 22, 121, 168, 
187. 

Sir Nicholas, 10, 20, 21, 66. 

Patricke, 21. 

Sir PhilUp, 21. 

Richard, 19, 20. 

Robert, 6, 19, 20. 

Sir Robert, 19, 20. 

Roeamond (Parker), 22. 

Sampson, 19, 20. 

Sir Sampson, 20. 

Sara (Willoughby), 20. 

Sara (Digby), 21, 168. 

Sanchia (Wuloughby), 20. 

Sence (Willoughby), 148. 

Stephen, 19. 

William, 19, 22. 

Sir WiUiam, 148. 

— (Berroyke), 20. 

— (Willoughby), 21. 
STRETTON, 89. 

Elizabeth, 89. 

Ellen (Kniveton), 89. 

Frances (Smyth), 89. 



Strbtton — continued. 

Roger, 89. 

Thomas, 89. 
Strey, Nicholas, 190. 
Stringer^ 86. 
STRINGER, 86. 

Allice (South), 86. 

Allice, 130. 

Ann, 86. 

Eliza, 86. 

Francis, 85. 

John, 86. 

Mary (Powtrell), 86. 

Mary (Hartop), 86. 

Nicholas, 86. 

Richard, 86. 

Robert, 85. 

Thomas, 130. 

William, 86. 
Strong, Ann (Bevercotta), 172. 

Thomas, 172. 

Strowde, Thomas, 18.. 

— (Clifton), 18. 
Stufling, — (Gartwright), 

109. 
Sturdivant, 169. 
STURDIVANT, 159. 

Allice, 169. 

Allice (Marshall), 169. 

Anne, 43, 169. 

Beatrix, 169. 

Beatrix (Rothcrham), 169. 

Christopner, 169. 

Elizebeth, 169. 

Francis, 169. 

John, 43, 169. 

Lucoy, 169. 

Margarett, 169. 

Margarett (Clarke), 169. 

Richard, 169. 

Thomas, 169. 

WiUiam, 169. 
Stuting, Margaret, 66. 
Styveton^ 16. 

Suffolk, D. of [Brandon], 41. 
Sulliard, Edward, 161. 

Mary, 161. 
Suthill, 16. 
Suthill, Barbara, 40. 

Sir Gerard, 40. 

Sir Henery, 40. 

Henery, 40. 

John, 40. 

Mary, 40. 

— (Salwyn), 40. 

— (Powdber), 40. 

Sutton, 12, 141, 142, 189 ; Mol, 

141. 
SUTTON, 141, 142, 143, 144, 
186. 

Agnes, 144. 

Agnes (Barre), 142. 

AUice, 143. 

Allice (Bingham), 142, 144. 

AUice (Biron), 9, 143. 

AUice (HaU), 143. 

AUice (Harrinrton), 143. 

Allice (Mering), 13. 

Amandus, 186. 

Amandus, Lord, 186. 

Anne, 144. 

Anne (Rodney), 143. 



Sutton — con tin ued. 
Anne (Rosse), 186. 
i^nthony, 143. 
Barbara, 143. 
Beatrix (WattonJ, 186. 
Catherin (FitzwiUiams), 142. 
Catherin (Bassett), 42, 143, 

170. 
Constance, 186. 
Constance (—?—), 186. 
Constance (Bumell), 99. 
Edmund, 143, 144. 
Edward, 140, 143. 
Elizabeth, 76, 143. 
EHzabeth (Stanley), 143. 
Elizabeth (Manners), 143. 
Francis, 143. 
Gervase, 143. 
Glyva (Cooper), 140. 
Harrington, 144. 
HeUen (MoUneux), 143. 
Henery [note], 142. 
Henery, 9, 18, 143, 144. 
Sir Henery, 143. 
Idithe (Legrose), 186. 
IssabeU fPigott), 142. 
Issabell (Ci^ke), 144. 
IssabeU (PaganeU), 186. 
Jacobus de, 141. 
Jane, 143. 
Joane, 143. 
Joane (Musters), 143. 
Johane (Ayncourt), 186. 
Sir James, 142. 
John de, 46. 

John, 143, 144, 172, 186. 
Sir John, 186. 
Kathorin (Hasty) [note], 

142. 
Lucia (Bartram), 141. 
MaboU (Bardolffe), 186. 
Margarett, 18, 47, 60. 
Margarett (Hussey), 142. 
Marke, 143. 
Mary, 143, 186. 
Maude, 186. 
Nicholas, 143. 
OUve, 143. 
OUve (Cooper), 143. 
Richanl, 13, 141, 142, 143, 

144. 
Sir Richard, 47, 60, 186. 
Robert, 9, 141, 142, 143. 
Sir Robert, 142. 
Rowland, 141, 142, 143. 
Sir Rowland, 142. 
Sence (Bevercotta), 172. 
Serins, Lord, 186. 
Seward, Lord, 186. 
Susan (Cony), 143. 
Thomas, 99, 170, 186. 
Sir Thomas, 42, 143. 
WOliam, 76, 143, 144. 
WiUiam, Lord, 186. 
Wmiam de, 46, 141. 
Sir wmiam, 143, 186. 
Zaunche (Bevercotta), 143. 

— fLexington), 141, 142. 
~- f Robinson), 144. 

— (Albanye), 186. 
[Ld. Dudley], 186. 
[Ld. Lexington], 142. 



222 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Swarland, 153. 
Swifle, Anne, 94. 

Sir Robert, 94. 
Swillington, Margaret!, 45. 

Margaret (Bellers), 44, 45. 

Robert, 44. 

Sir Roger, 44. 
Swinfford, Roger, 157. 
Swynebome, UaUierin, 135. 

Nicholas, 135. 
Symcock^ 156. 
SYMCOCK, 156. 

Allexander, 156. 

Allico, 156. 

Christopher, 156, 

Dyer, 156. 

Humflfrey, 156. 

Joano, 156. 

Margarett, 156. 

Margarett (Guppie), 156. 

Margarett (Jcssop), 156. 

Margery fShreese), 156. 
„ (Shnise), 156. 

Mary (Halswell), 156. 

Thomas, 156. 

WiUiam, 156. 
S}Tnonds, Thurston, 137. 

Sara (Draper), 137. 

Talbott, Elizabeth, 6. 

Henry, 51, 66. 

Gertrude, 51, 56. 

Gilbert, 4, 51, 56. 

Elizabeth (Reyner), 56. 

Joane, 14. 

Sir John, 14. 

Mary, 56. 

Thomas, 6. 

[E. of Shrewsbury], 4, 51, 56, 
127. 
Talbuyt, 77. 
Tamwortii, John, 149. 

Dorathey (Colby), 149. 
Tanflfeld, Dorathey, 84. 

Francis, 84. 
Tate, 84. 
TATE, 84. 

Anne (Saunders), 84. 

Anthony, 84. 

Sir Barthelmow, 84. 

Barthelmew, 84. 

Barbara (Stanley), 84. 

Bridgett, 84. 

Dorathey (Tanflfeld), 84. 

Elizabeth,-84. 

Elizabeth (Zouch), 84. 

Francis, 84. 

George, 84. 

John, 16, 84. 

Sir John, 84. 

Marg^ett, 84. 

Margarett (Digby), 84. 

Margarett (—?—), 84. 

Mary, 84. 

Sir Robert, 84. 

Saunders, 84. 

Thomas, 84. 

William, 84. 

Sir William, 84. 

Zouch, 84. 
Taversham, John, 158. 

Elizabeth (Blundeston), 158. 



Tayler, Jane, 18. 

Sir Lawrence, 18. 
Taylor, Martin, 4. 

Richard, 178. 

Sibbell (Wightman), 178. 
Tee, 189. 
Terwhitte, John, 147. 

Margaret (Griffith), 147. 
Tesaid, Roger, 52. 
Tevery, Catherin (Chaworth), 
128. 

Robert, 128. 
Tey, — , 161. 
Teye, 161. 
Teys, 105. 
Therland, 154. 
THERLAND, 154, 155. 

Allice, 154. 

Anne (ElUott), 154. 

Anno (Chaworth), 128. 

Cutherin, 154. 

Dorathey, 154, 155. 

Edmond, 128, 154. 

Edward, 164, 155. 

Elizabeth, 155. 

Elizabeth (Gosling), 154. 

Ellen, 155. 

EUiott, 165. 

George, 154. 

Gervase, 154. 

Issabcll rVVelby), 154. 

Issabell (Plumpton), 154. 

Jane, 154. 

Jane (Novell), 154. 

Jane (Willoughby), 154. 

John, 154. 

Olliffe, 164. 

OUiflfe (Bretton), 154. 

Plumpton, 154. 

Rachell, 165. 

Richard, 165. 

Thomas, 164. 

Welberas, 164. 

William, 154. 
Thorbury, Mary, 22. 

Thomas, 22. 
Thombury, — , 175. 
Thome, Sir Brian, 180. 

Elizabeth, 189. 
Thorvhegh, 69. 
THORNHEGH, 69, 70. 

Anthony, 69, 70. 

Aver\% 69. 

Bridgett, 70. 

Elizabeth, 70. 

Ellen (Ripors), 69. 

Francis, 70. 

Henry, 70. 

Jane, 70. 

Jane (Jackson), 70. 

John, 46, 69, 70. 

Sir John, 69. 

Penelope, 70. 

— (Bailes), 69. 

— (Roades), 69. 
Thomhill, Catherin, 97. 

Elizabeth, 87, 130. 
Francis, 82. 
Margarett, 97. 
Mary (Norton), 82. 
Robert, 87, 130. 
Sir Robert, 97. 



Thomock, Nicholaa, 106. 
Joane (Terburg^h), 106. 

Thornton, — ^ 84. 

William, 4. 
ThomworUi, Doxath^ (Colby), 
149. 

John, 149. 
Thorold, Antbony, 172. 

AlUoe (Cranmer), 7. 

AlUce (Stanton), 180. 

Anne, 2d. 

Anne ^Berercotta), 172. 

Anne (Constable), 18. 

Sir Anthony, 18, 26. 

John, 180. 

Sir John, 71. 

Margarett (Sutton), 18. 

Mary, 26. 

Thomas, 25. 

Winififrid, 18, 26. 
Thorpe, Adam, 166. 

Ellen, 166. 

— (lister), 60. 
Throgmorton, Jobn, 107. 

Barbara (Elwis), 30. 

EUinor, 107. 
Thunstall, Reginidd de, 53. 
Thurland, Edward, 100. 

Dorathey, 100. 

Jane, 160. 

Jane (Willougbby), 148. 

Thomas, 148. 

Sir Thomas, 160. 
Thwailen, 16, 49. 
Thwaites, Anthony, 22. 

Bridgett, 22. 

WilSam, 18. 

Sir William, 50, 56. 

Winiffnd, 18, 60, 56. 

— , 13, 59. 
Tiffin, Elizabeth (WbaUey), 
118. 

William, 118. 
Tilliol, Maud (LasoeUa), 58. 

Robert, 58. 
Tiptofle, Eve (de Carducis), 124. 

Sir John, 124. 
Tiringham, Sir James, 26. 
TirreU, 161. 
Tirrell, Edward, 161. 

Phillipa, 161. 
Tirringham, 180. 
Tirringham aCa Tiickingbani, 
180. 

John, 126. 

Ellenor (Pabenham), 126. 

Margarett (Stanton), 180. 

Sir Theobald, 180. 
Tirwhite, Anne (Bassett), 42. 

Sir Edward, 29. 

Margarett, 40. 

Martiia, 29. 

Sir Robert, 40. 

Robert, 42. 
Todd, Issabell, 131. 

John, 131. 
Tolley, 140. 
ToUey, John, 140. 

Scisseley, 140. 
Toly, Jane, 68. 

John, 68. 
Tomson, Thomas, 54. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



223 



Toug, 84. 
TONG, 84, 86. 

Creasy, 85. 

Dorathey (Creasy), 85. 

John, 84. 

Margery, 85. 

Nicholas, 85. 

Susanna (Bulby), 85 

Thomas, 85. 

— fThomton), 84. 

— filling worth), 85. 

— (Wooddes), 85. 
Topcliflf, Joane, 58. 

Jane (WiUoughby), 149. 

Sir John, 58. 

Richard, 149. 
Torkerd, John, 46. 
Torkington, Anne, 97. 

John, 97. 
Toriismaria, Kadol., 44. 
Totlock, Catherin, 146. 

John, 146. 
Tottdshorst, Margarett, 184. 

Elizabeth (WiUoughby), 184. 

Richard, 184. 

Thomas, 184. 
Touchott, Allice (Driby), 42. 

Allice (Orby), 138. 

Maud (Bromhall), 37. 

Robert, 37. 

Sir Robert, 42, 138. 
Twhe^ 188. 

Tonke, Sir Walter, 188. 
Towers^ 14. 
Towers, Issabell, 14. 

John, 14. 
Townesend, Elizabeth, 104. 

Jane (Stanhop), 8. 

Roger, 8. 

lliomas, 104. 
Tracy, — (Digby), 168. 
TraflFord, John, 88. 

Margarett (Wood), 88. 
Travers, Bryan, 152. 

Elizebeth, 152. 
Trentham, Catherin, 7. 

Dorathey, 7. 

Thomas, 7. 
Tresham, Anne, 76. 
Trickingham, Tirringham a/*«, 

180. 
Trigott, Luce, 168. 

Thomas, 168. 
Trihanton, Galiridus, 52. 
IVoutbeck, John, 61. 

Margery (Hollis), 61. 
Trovse, Elizabeth, 40. 

Robert, 40. 
Trumpington, Everard, 79. 
TrmseU, 28, 131. 
TRUS8ELL, 28. 

Allice, 131. 

Allured, 28. 

Anne, 28. 

Avery, 28. 

Bridgett (Marmion), 28. 

Catherin, 28. 

Catherin (Trussell), 28. 

Catherin (Ithell), 28. 

Dorathey, 28. 

Edith, 28. 

Elizabeth, 28. 



Trussell — eoutin ued, 

Geffrey, 131. 

Henery, 131. 

Joane, 28. 

John, 28. 

Margarett, 28. 

Margarett (flPulwood), 28. 

Mary, 28. 

Maud rVenables), 28. 

Maud (Manwaring), 28. 

Robert, 28. 

Sara (Ketlewood), 28. 

Scisseley, 28. 

Scisseley (Cursonn), 28. 

Theobald, 28. 

Sir Thomas, 28. 

Warren, 28. 

Sir WilUam, 28.' 
Tuke, Sir Brian, 89, 182. 

Judeth (North), 82. 

Thomas, 82. 

— (Bland), 89, 182. 
Tunderley, Warinus de, 81. 
Tunstall, Sir Marmaduke, 55, 56. 
Turbervyle, EUenor, 24. 

Sir John, 24. 
Turner, Edward, 42. 

Elizabeth (Brookesby), 133. 

Henery, 133. 

Margarett (Bassett), 42. 
Turnhm, John de, 46. 
Turvile, Margarett, 138. 
Twentiman, John, 3. 
Twyford, Elizebeth, 163. 

Sir Robert, 163. 
Tye, 189. 
Tye, — , 161. 

Ufford, — , 125. 
Upton, Hamond, 105. 

Julian, 105. 
XTrswicJc, 136. 
Urswick, — , 136. 

Vauffhan^ 74. 
Yaughan, Alice, 71. 

Anthony, 71. 

Etheldred, 71. 

Hughe, 71. 

Sir Hugh, 71. 

John, 71. 

Susan (Cranmer), 71. 
Vans, 188. 

Vaus, Sir John de, 188. 
Vavasor, Elizabeth, 19. 

Elizabeth (Creasy), 17. 

William, 19. 
Vawdy, Joane, 87. 

Mary (Wood), 87. 

Robert, 87. 
Yenablea, Maud, 28. 
Vemey, Elizabeth (Bour- 

chier), 7. 
Vernon, Hum&ey, 139. 

Joane, 174. 

Eatharene, 139. 

WiUiam, 174. 
Viliers, Sir John de, 45. 
Filltrty 188. 
Villera, Anne, 133. 

Sir Frances de, 188. 

John, 24. 



Viliers — continued. 

Sir John, 133. 

Margarett, 24. 
Villiers, Bartholomew, 54. 

John, 54. 
Vincent, 138. 
VINCENT, 138, 139. 

Anne (Grimesby), 139. 

Anne (SloryJ, 87, 139. 

Anne (Coles), 139. 

Anne (Eyre), 139. 

Anthony, 139. 

Clement, 139. 

David, 128. 

Edmond, 128. 

Edward, 139. 

Elizabeth, (Goodall), 139. 

George, 87, 139. 

Gervaae, 139. 

Gilbert, 139. 

Jane, 128, 139. 

Mary, 139. 

Peter, 139. 

Phillip, 139. 

Richard, 139. 

Thomas, 139. 

William, 139. 

— (Bernard), 139. 
Vytham^ 74. 
Vytham, Etheldred, 74. 

John, 74. 

Wade, Favth (Yerburgh), 106. 

Randolfe, 106. 
Wadham, Anne (Saunders), 84. 
Wake, Elizabeth, 37. 

John, Lord [Wake], 37. 

John, 133. 

Margarett, 133. 
Walcott, Alice, 96. 

Anne (Brookesby), 133. 
Walden, Allice (Byron), 9, 10. 

John, 16. 

William, 9, 10. 
Waldron, Humflfrey, 184. 

Mary (WilloughbyJ, 184. 
Walesch, Lady Albriaa de, 80. 
Waley, Gertrude, 66. 

Richaid, 66. 
Walkeden, Ann (Goodere), 176. 

Thomas, 176. 
Walkedyne, Francis, 102. 

William, 102. 
Walker, 130. 
WALKER, 130. 

Alice, 130. 

Agnes (Richardaonn), 130. 

Elizabeth, 130, 168. 

Elizabeth (Digby), 130. 

Gregory, 130, 168. 

Gertrude, 130. 

John, 130. 

Mary (Brendialey), 140. 

Robert, 140. 
Wall, Ursula (Yerburgh), 106. 
Walley, Elizabeth (Strelley), 20. 

Thomas, 20. 
Wallis, Allice, 168. 

John, 168. 
Wallys, — , 148. 
Walpoole, Arther, 181. 

Elizabeth (Stanton), 181. 



224 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Wandiaford, Christopher, 31, 
69, 111. 

Ellinor, 69, 11. 
— (Osborne), 31. 
Warberton, Anne, 25. 

Sir John, 25. 
Warcop, Christian, 82. 

Richard, 82. 
Ward, 150. 
Ward, Benedicta, 160. 

Elizabeth (Marshall), 166. 

Issabell, 117. 

l88abeU(SeUoke), 117. 

James, 166. 

John, 117. 

Simon, 150. 
JTarde, 117. 
Wamby, Robertas de. 
Warner, William, 63. 
Warren, Greorge, 72. 

Margarett (Molineux), 72. 
— , 112. 
Warwick, E. of [Beanchamp], 

49. 
Warwick, E. of [Rich], 18. 
JFase, 173. 
WASE, 173. 

Allice, 173. 

AUice (Bayly), 173. 

Anne, 173. 

Anne (Coulclough), 173. 

Dorathey, 173. 

Edward, 173. 

Elizabeth, 173. 

Elizabeth (Meverell), 173. 

Jane, 173. 

John, 173. 

Margarett, 173. 

Margery (Brookesby), 173. 

Richard, 173. 

Samson, 173. 

Thomas, 173. 
Wastneys, 68. 
WASTNEYS, 67, 68, 69. 

(including WASTNES). 

Anne, 42, 68, 69. 

Anne (Bassett), 68, 170. 

Bartholomew, 68. 

Daniell, 69. 

Elizabeth (Nelsonn), 68. 

EHzabeth (Blyth), 68. 

Florence (—?—), 67. 

Geffrey, 68. 

George, 42, 68, 69, 170. 

Gervase, 68. 

Hardolph, 67, 69. 

Sir Hardolphe, 67, 69. 

Issabell (Lexbome), 67. 

Jane, 69. 

Jane TDelaboys), 69. 

Jane (Eyre), 69. 

Jane (Reresby), 68. 

Joane, 67. 

John, 68, 69. 

Martha, 69. 

Marjr (Melfford), 68. 

Reginald, 67. 

Robert, 67, 68. 

Rosamond, 69. 

SilbeU (—?—), 67. 

Thomas, 67. 

William, 67. 



Wastn eys — eontintud* 

— (Bussie), 68. 
Waterman, aV» Dixon, 28. 
Waterman, Richard, 28. 

Margaret (Trussell), 28. 
Waterton, Aim (Moton), 138. 

Jane, 139. 

Richard, 138, 139. 
Wats, AUice (Gate), 94. 

John, 94. 
Watson, Nicholas, 4. 
Watsonn, — , 116. 
Watton, Beatrice, 186. 

Sir William, 186. 
Watts, John, 94. 

Lucy, 94. 
Wayte, Jane (Reynes), 108. 

TTiomas, 108. 
Webb, Ann (Draper), 137. 

Bennett (Drapca*), 137. 

Sir William, 137. 
Webster, Richard, 64. 

Henry, 3. 
Welbeck, Mary, 174. 

William, 174. 
Welby, Adelard, 96. 

Alice (White), 96. 

Elizabeth (White), 96. 

Henerv, 96. 

Issabell, 164. 

Jane, 26. 
Wells, Catherin, 79. 

Catherin (Baker), 36. 

Cecily, 184. 

George, 36. 

John, 79. 

Lionoll, Lord, 184. 
Welsh, Margery (Staunton), 9. 

Richard, 2. 

lliomas, 9. 
Wentwortii, Anne, 40. 

Phillip, 40. 

Roger, 40. 
West, Catherin, 20. 

[Lord Delaware], 11, 20, 60, 
176. 

Mary, 60. 

William, 60. 
Weston, Allice, 34. 

Robert, 34. 
Wettenhall, — , 90. 
Weynman, Margarett, 16. 
Whaley, Elizabeth, 106. 

William, 106. 
Whalley, 106, 116, 117. 
WHALLEY, 116, 117, 118. 

Anne, 137. 

Anne (Horssoy), 118. 

Edward, 118. 

Elizabeth, 118. 

Elizabeth (StreUey), 116. 

Elizabeth (Leek), 117. 

Elizabeth (Hatfeld), 118. 

Elizabeth (Howell), 118. 

EUenor, 118. 

Francos, 118. 

Francos (Cromwell), 118. 

Henory, 118. 

Jane, 118. 

John, 116, 118. 

Judith, 118. 

Judith (DuOell), 118. 



Whalley — continued, 

Lora (Brookman), 117- 

Margarett, 116, 118, 120. 

Margarett (Ireland), IIS. 

Margeret (MoIIinenx), 116. 

Mary, 118. 

Mary (Midletcm), 116, 118. 

Maryr (Peniston), 118. 

Penititon, 118. 

Rebecka (Duffell), 118. 

Richard, 117, 118. 

Robert, 118. 

Scissely (Broug^hton), 116. 

Thomas, 116, 117, 118, 137. 

TJrsulow, 116. 

Walter, 116, 118, 120. 
Wharton, Dorathey (Colby), 
149. 

PhilHp Lord, 149. 

Robert, 4. 
Whatton^ 190, 

Whatton, Sir Richard, 190. 
Whitby, Elizabeth (Moyle), 
174. 

Timothey, 174. 
White, 96, 189. 
WHITE, 96. 

Allice, 96. 

Anne, 96. 

Anne (Cicell), 96. 

Dorathey (Harper), 96. 

Elizabeth, 96. 

Ellenor (Marshall), 166. 

G«rvase, 96. 

Sir John, 96. 

Marcye, 173. 

Nichoks, 96. 

Richard, 96. 

Robert, 16. 

Rosamond (NeveU), 65. 

Thomas, 66, 96, 166. 
Whitmore, Elizabeth, 103, 134. 

William, 134. 
Whitworth, 179. 
Whitworth, Athelin, 179. 
Widdew, Ann (Waae), 173. 

William, 173. 
Widdow, Ann (HoUis), 63. 

Sir John, 63. 
Widdowson, Lettice (Medhope), 

Rich^ 178. 
Widmerpoole, 108. 
WIDMERPOOLE, 108. 

Anne, 108. 

Anne fGrunston), 108. 

Anne (Haselwood), 108. 

Dorathey (Danby), 108. 

Edmond, 108. 

Edward, 108. 

Francis, 108. 

George, 108. 

Henory, 108. 

Hugh, 108. 

Jane (Russell), 108. 

Joane, 108. 

John, 108. 

Joseph, 108. 

Margarett, 108. 

Mary, 108. 

Thomas, 108. 

William, 108. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



225 



Widowton, 96. 
WidowBon, Alice, 96. 

Bartholomew, 96. 
Wightman, 113. 
WIGHTMAN, 131, 132, 178. 

Anne, 178. 

Anne (Cooper), 132. 

Catherin (Purefoy), 132, 
178. 

Edwaid, 132, 178. 

Elizebetii, 178. 

Elizebeth (Hacker), 132. 

Elizebeth (Greene), 132. 

Elizebeth (Wellington), 132. 

Francis (Alfford), 132. 

George, 132. 

James, 132. 

Jane, 178. 

Margarett (Starkey), 132. 

Mary, 178. 

Mary (Beynalds), 131. 

Kichanl, 131, 132, 178. 

Samwell, 132. 

Scisselev (Wodam), 131. 

Sibbda,'l78. 

Thomas, 131, 132, 178. 

Vallentyne, 132, 178. 

William, 131, 132. 
Wigston, Elizabeth, 38. 

Roger, 38. 
Wikes, Joane, 137. 

Walter, 137. 
Wildbore, Jane (St. Andrew), 
79. 

Thomas, 79. 
Wilkinson, Joane, 83. 

Joane (North), 83. 

WiUiam, 83. 
William, Sir Bichard, 4. 
Williams, — , 154. 
WilliatMon, 97. 
WILLIAMSON, 97, 98. 

Anne, 97, 98. 

Anne rXorkinfton), 97. 

Anne (^Marshall), 97. 

Anne (Stockham), 97. 

Anne (Disney), 97. 

Bamaby, 97. 

Catherin (Thomhill), 97. 

Dorathey (Savell), 97. 

Edmond, 98. 

Elizabeth, 92, 98. 

Elizabeth (Ryther), 97. 

Frances, 98. 

Frances (Bradford), 97. 

Francis, 97. 

Giles, 97. 

Greaill (Overton), 98. 

Gyles, 97. 

Jane (Dobsonn), 98, 130. 

Jane (Clerk), 98. 

John, 97, 98, 130. 

Magdalen, 98. 

Margaret, 97. 

Margaret (Thomhill), 97. 

Mary, 98. 

Mary (Andersonn), 98. 

Sir Richard, 4, 98. 

Robert, 92, 97. 

Thomas, 98. 

William, 97. 
Willoughby, 102, 146, 184. 



WILLOUGHBY, 102, 146, 

146, 147, 148, 149, 184, 186. 
Abbigale, 149. 
AUice, 148. 
Anne, 102. 

Anne f WorUey), 102. 
Anne (Leck^, 146. 
Anne (Mortimer), 147. 
Anne (Godfrey), 147. 
Anne (PettitJ, 147. 
Anne (Percy), 148. 
Anne (Grey), 148, 149. 
Anne (Filliol), 148. 
Baldwin, 147, 148. 
Bridgett, 148, 149, 186. 
Bridgett (Saunders), 147. 
BridgeU (Retid), 148. 
Bridgett (Willoughby), 149, 

186. 
Cassandra (Ridg^ay), 186. 
Catherin, 147, 148, 186. 
Catherin (Totlock), 146. 
Catherin (Harte), 186. 
Catherin (Goldwell), 186. 
Cecily (Wells), 184. 
Charles, 147. 
Christopher, 184. 
Sir Cluistophcr, 184. 
Dorathey, 148, 149. 
Dorathey (Colby), 149. 
Dorathey (Willoughby), 184. 
Edward, 146, 147, 149, 186, 

187. 
Sir Edward, 146, 148. 
Edmond, 146. 
Sir Edmond, 146. 
Elizabeth, 102, 146, 147, 148, 

184, 186. 
Elizabeth (Neale), 146. 
Elizabeth (Knowles), 146. 
Elizabeth (Chantrell), 147. 
Elizabeth (Sheffeld), 147. 
Elizabeth (Merian), 147. 
Elizabeth (Burgh), 148. 
Elizabeth (Littleton), 149. 
Elizabeth (Cooke), 186. 
EUenor, 147. 
Ellener (—P— ), 147. 
Ellen (Egerton), 148. 
Francis, 87, 146, 148, 149, 

186. 
Sir Francis, 87, 149, 186. 
Frances (Walkedyno), 102. 
Frances (Hun), 146. 
IViswold, 185. 
George, 146, 147, 186. 
Gilbert, 102. 
Henery, 186. 
Sir Henery, 20, 24, 146, 148, 

149. 
Hugh', 73, 121, 146, 146. 
Sir Hugh, 22, 146, 148. 
lesabell, 146. 
Issabell (Mortein), 146. 



Issabell (—?—), 145. 

" »iey), 

Issabell (Foliambe), 146. 



Issabell (Annesiey), 146. 



Issabell (Bradbome), 146. 
Jane, 148, 149, 164. 
Jane (Strelloy), 22, 148. 
Joane (Gray), 146. 
Joane (Risloy), 145. 



Willoughby — eoutinued, 
John, 102, 146, 147, 187. 
Sir John, 148. 
Joyce, 147. 
Kellom, 186. 
Lettice, 186. 

Margarett, 102, 146, 148, 140. 
Margarett (Markham), 24, U 8. 
Margarett (Frevile), 146. 
Margarett (Mollineux), 73, 

146. 
Margarett (Griffith), 147. 
Margarett (Jenny), 184. 
Mary, 102, 145, 147, 148, 184. 
Mary (Newton), 148. 
Maiy (Tottitthurst), 184. 
Matilda (Stanhop), 6. 
Mordaunt, 147. 
Michell, 146. 
Percivall, 149, 185. 
Sir Percivall, 185. 
Phillip, 148. 
Phillippa, 138. 
Ralphe, 147. 

Richard, 145, 146, 147, 148. 
Sir Richard, 20, 145. 
Robert, 147, 148, 184, 186. 
Sir Robert, 24, 154, 184. 
Lord Robert, 6. 
Roger, 145. 
Sir Rotheram, 102. 
Sanchia, 20. 
Sara, 20. 
Scisseley, 148. 
Sence, 148. 
Sibbell, 185. 
Susan (Moulton), 102. 
1'homas, 146, 147, 149, 185. 
Sir Thomas, 184. 
Wiborow (Daunsonn), 147. 
Wiborow, 148. 
Winifirid, 149. 

Winiffrid (Willoughby), HI), 
185. 

William, 102, 146, 148. 
WilJiam, Lord, 184. 
Ld. W. 01 Eresby. 184. 
Ld. W. of Parham, 184. 
[Ld. Cheefe Justice], 184. 

— (Pewsev), 102. 

— (Yong); 102. 

— (CUfton), 146. 

— (Wentworth), 146. 

— (Sheppard), 147. 

— (Pagett), 147. 
Willowby, Edward, 187. 

John, 187. 
Wilson, — (Everingham), 41. 
Wilton, Lord Gray o^ 17. 
Wimbreth, Christopher, 9. 

Mary (Byrom), 9. 
Windebank, Alhce, 137. 
Windesore, Walterus de, 53. 
Windsor, Elizabeth, 158. 
Wingfeld, 169. 
Wingfeld, Robert, 96. 

EUzabeth (Cicell), 96. 
Winslad, Jane (Babington),lo2. 

William, 162. 
Winsley, Francis (Yerburgh), 
106. 

Thomas, 106. 

2g 



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226 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Witeby, Alexandrus de, 79. 
Witham, Mary, 94. 
Withcott, Sir Hamond, 26. 

Milliccnt (Markhara), 26. 
Withopoole, Edmond, 162. 

Frances (Comwallis), 162. 
Witherin^n, Dr., 177. 

Sara (Barnard), 177. 
Wtdam, 131. 
Wo lam, Allice (Trussell), 131. 

Scisseley, 131. 

'ITiomas, 131. 
Woderoff, Bridgett (Draper), 
137. 

Stephen, 137. 
Wodesonn, 190. 
Wolfull, Ellena, 7. 

Robert, 7. 
WoUaton, 169. 

WoUhouse, Margt. (Baker), 36. 
Wood, 86. 
WOOD, 86, 87, 88. 

Anne, 88, 187. 

Anne (Aungell), 88. 

Charles, 91. 

Catherin (Hudson), 87. 

Catherin (Chaworth), 88, 
128. 

Dorathey, 88. 

Edward, 87. 

Edmond, 88. 

Elizabeth, 86, 88, 91. 

Elizabeth (Slory), 87. 

Elizabeth (Thornhill), 87. 

Elizabeth ( Willoughby), 148. 

Frances, 88. 

Francis, 88. 

FrancU (Willoughby), 87, 
149. 

George, 88. 

Gerri^ 88. 

Gervase, 88. 

Grace, 88. 

Henery, 86. 

Hugh, 187. 

Issabell, 87. 

James, 88. 

Jane (Strelloy), 86. 

John, 87, 88, 128, 183. 

Margarett (Montague), 87. 

Margarett, 87, 183. 

Mary, 87, 88. 

Mary (Baron ar« Barnes), 88. 

Mary (Lyn), 88. 

Mary (Phettiplace), 88. 

Mountague, 87, 149. 

PhiUip, 88. 

Robert [Delwood], 87. 
„ [Note], 87. 



Woods — continued. 
Robert, 87, 88. 
Roger, 88. 
Simon, 88. 
Thomas, 88. 
Sir Thomas, 86. 

— (Delamare), 38, 86. 
Wooddes, — , 85. 
Wooderington, Issabell, 58. 

Sir — , 68. 
Woodford, — , 65. 
Woodnoth, Laurence, 131. 

Margery, 131. 
Wooton, Edmond, 184. 

Dorathey (Read), 184. 

Lord, 184. 

— (Hollis), 62. 
[Worcester, Bp. of], 18. 
Wortelev, Anne, 102. 

Nicholas de, 47. 

Richard, 102. 
Woston, — , 8. 
Wotton, Roger de, 46. 
Wray, Dorathey, 82. 

Thomas, 82. 
Wright, Ellenor (Clarkson), 

92, 183. 
Wyatt, Anne, 174. 
Wykes, Elizabeth (Babing- 
ton), 152. 

John, 152. 
Wylde, 187. 
Wylde, EUen (Stanton), 181. 

William, 181. 
Wymondeswoldy 114. 
WYMONDESWOLD, 114. 

Agnes (Leeke), 114. 

Anne (Billingay), 114. 

Edmond, 114. 

Edward, 114. 

Frances, 114. 

Joane, 114. 

John, 114. 

Leonard, 114. • 

Mary, 114. 

— (Hall), 114. 
Wymondhkm, ElizabeUi, 136. 

Yarborough, Barbara, 101. 

Charles, 101. 
Yerburghy 105. 
YERBURGH, 105, 106. 

Agnes (Skipwith), 106. 

A^e, 106. 

Anne (Staine), 105. 

Barbara, 106. 

Beatrix (Auk), 105. 

Bridgett, 106. 

Bryan, 106. 



Ybrburoh — continued, 
Cassandia (Mablethorpe), 

106. 
Charles, 106. 
Christopher, 106. 
Edmond, 106. 
Elizabeth, 106. 
Elizabeth TMoyxie), 106. 
Elizabeth (Newoomen), 106. 
Elizabeth (LiUebeiy}, 106. 
EUzabethJWhaley), 106. 
Ellenor (Cli£ford), 106. 
Eustace, 106. 
Fayth, 106. 
Francis, 106. 
Hercye, 106. 
Issabell (Orby), 105. 
Issabell (Billmg), 106. 
Joane, 106. 
Joane (Attwell), 106. 
John, 105, 106. 
Lambert, 106. 
Margarett, 106. 
Margarett (Portingtoa), 106. 
„ (BoTington^, 106. 
Margarett (Grantham), 106. 
Mary (Elwis), 29. 
Mary, 106. 

Maude (Mmnby), 106. 
Peter, 106. 
Raffe, 106. 
Richard, 106, 106. 
Robert, 29, 105. 
Theodocia, 106. 
Thomas, 106. 

Ursula (Homberston), 106. 
Ursula (Wall), 106. 
William, 106, 106. 
Winiffirid, 106. 

— ^Ormesby), 105. 

— (Bissam^, 105. 

— (Angevme), 106. 

— (Michell), 106. 
Yetsworth, Mary, 26. 

Nicasus, 26. 
Yong, Anne (Moyle), 174. 
— , 102. 

Zouek, 145. 

Zouch, Edward, Lord, 84. 

Elizabeth, 84, 160. 

Sir John, 148, 160. 

Julian, 78. 

Margarett (Bu rgh), 160. 

Margarett (Willoughby), 148. 

Robert, 78. 

William, Lord, 160. 
Zouche, 160. 



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THE HON. HENRY ROPER-CURZON. 
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tations of Counties, and any manuscripts relating to genealogy, familj 
history, and heraldry, selected by the Council. 

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twelve Members of Council, two of whom shall hold the posts of Secretary 
and Treasurer; and any four, including the Treasurer or Secretary, 
shall form a quorum. In case of equality of votes, the Chairman to have 
a casting vote. Any Candidate may be elected with the consent in writing 
of one Member of the Council, the Treasurer, and the Secretary.' 

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shall be eligible for re-election. 

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due on the 1st day of January in each year ; and Members elected after 
two hundred and fifty shall have joined, shall pay an Entrance Fee of 
10*. 6d. in addition to their first Annual Subscription. 

6. The funds raised by the Society shall be expended in publishing 
such works as are selected by the Council. 

7. One volume at least shall be supplied to the Members every year. 

8. An Annual Meeting shall be held in the month of June every year, 
at such time and place as the Council may direct ; and due notice shall be 
sent to the Members of the Society at least a fortnight previously. 

9. No work shall be supplied to any Member unless his Subscription 
for the year be paid ; and any member not having paid his subscription 
for two years, having received notice thereof, shall cease to belong to the 
Society. 

10. The Council may, at their discretion, pay the expense of transcribing 
from manuscripts whenever two hundred Members, at least, shall have 
joined the Society ; but no payment in money shall be made to any person 
for editing any work for the Society. 

11 . No copies of the Publications of the Society shall be supplied to 
persons not actually Members, and each Member shall be restricted to a 
single Subscription. 

12. An account of the receipts and expenses of the Society to be made 
up to the 1st of June in each year, and published with a list of the Mem- 
bers and the Rules of the Society in the following volume. 

13. These Eules shall not be altered except at the Annual Meeting, and 
three clear weeks* notice must be given to the Secretary of any such 
intended alteration. 

T/te Council ha^ selected the Visitations of Oxford in 1574 and 1634 
to follow that of Rutland^ and the Visitation of Nottingham in 1014 to 
follow those of Odford. 



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Import for t^e fear 1870-71. 

The Council has to call the special attentiou of Members to the 
Society's progress during the past year. 

One hundred and seventy Members had joined the Society in 
May, 1870, and since then this number has been augmented by 
nearly one hundred Members, the total being now two hundred and 
sixty-seven. 

From the Society's formation to the present time, only one Mem- 
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Dawson Duffield, Rector of Sephton, — one name has been struck 
off from the list in consequence of no Subscription having been paid, 
and two subscribed for the purpose of obtaining the ' Leicester 
Visitation * only. 

Since the last Report the Society has published 'The Visitation 
of Leicestershire in 1619,' by Lennard and Vincent, edited by John 
Fetheiiston, jun., Esq., F.S.A., and the * Visitation of Rutland iu 
1618,' edited by the Honorary Secretary. 

There itre in the press at the present time * The Visitation of Oxford 
in 1574 and 1634,' edited by W. H, Turner, Esq. and * The ^Visita- 
tion of Nottingham in 1614,' edited by G, W. Marshall, Esq., 
LL.M. These works will shortly be ready for distribution. 

The * Visitation of Devon,' to be edited by the Rev. F. T. Colby, 
F.S.A., will at once be proceeded with, and it is hoped that this Work 
will be ready for distribution early next year. 

Since the last Report an arrangement has been made with the 
Surrey ArchsBological Society for the use of a room at 8, Danes Inn, 
for meeting, by payment of five pounds a year. 

The Balance-Sheet is appended for the inspection of Members, and 
it is hoped that the expenditure may be considered satisfactory. 

The Council desire to impress upon the Members the necessity of 
paying their Subscriptions in advance, and of making tiie Society 
known among their literary friends. Copies of Prospectuses and 
Forms of Application for Membership can always be obtained by 
applying to the Honorary Secretary or to Mr. Shallfield, 10, Little 
Queen Street, High Holborn, W.C. 

The Subscriptions should be remitted to the Honorary Treasurer, 
3, Dartmouth Row, Blackheath. 



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G. Brindlet Acworth, F.S.A., Star Hill, Rochester. 

Edward Akrotd, M.P., F.S.A., Bank Field, Halifiuc. 

Rboinald Ame«, Cote House, Westbury-on-Tr^m, Bristol. 

W. Amhurst T. Amhubst, F.S.A. (Couneii,), Didlington Hall, Brandon. 

Frank Andrew, Apsley Place, Aahton-unaer-Lyne. 

Ely Andrew, Mere Bcuik, Ashton-imder-Lyne. 

J. E. Andrbwbs, War OfSce. 

Charles Frederick Anoell, F.S.A., Grove Lane, Camberwell, S.E. 

The SociBTT OF Antiquaries of London, Somerset House, W.C. 

William Sumner Applcton, Boston, U.8.A. 

Francis R. Armttaob, Balliol College, Oxford. 

George J. Armttage, F.S.A. ^on. Seeretaryy, Clifton, Brighouse. 

The Earl of Arran, The Pavilion, Hans Place, S.W. 

Ralph Assheton, M.P. ( Vice-President), Downham Hall, CUtheroo. 

John Astlet, Broad Gate, Coventryt 

The Rev. Charles S. Atkinson, Harswell, York, 

W. J. St. Aubyn, 68th Light Infantry, Fort Camden, Cork. 

Robert A. C. Godwin-Austen, Chilworth Manor, Guildford. 

Lieut. -Colonel Baonall, Shenstone Moss, near Lichfield. 

Charles Baker, F.S.A., 11, Sackville Street, Piccadilly, W. 

Mrs. Baker, Ulster Terrace, Regent's Park, N.W. 

Fairless Barber, F.S.A. {Couneit), Castle Hill, Rastrick, near Brighouse. 

Joseph Gurnet Barclay. 64, Lombard Street, RC. 

Thomas H. Bates, Mayfield, Wolsingham. 

John Batten, F.S.A., Aldon, Yeovil. 

Francis Bayley, 66, Cambridge Terrace, Hyde Park, W. 

George Frederick Beaumont, The Enowles, Fixby, Huddersfield. 

The Birmingham Library, Union Street, Birmingham. 

T. Wbld-Blundell, Inoe Blundell HaU, Great Crosby, Liverpool. 

The Rev. Charles W. Boase, 33, Surrey Street, Strand, W.C. 

William Edward Boolb, 7. Comhill, E.C. 

Thomas William Boord, F.S.A., 180, Belaize Road, Kilbum, K.W. 

Lieut-Colonel Haworth-Booth, Derwent Bank, Malton, Yorkshire. 

W. CoNsiTT Boulter, F.S.A., 6, Park Row, Park Street, Hull. 

Lieut-Colonel John Butler-Bowden, Pleasington HaU, Blackburn. 

Edmund M. Boyle, Rockwood, Torquay. 

Charles Hqltb Bracbbridge, The Hul, Atherstone, Warwickshire. 

The Rev. William Breb, the Rectory, Allesley, Coventry. 

The Hon. and Rev. John R. O. Bridgeman, Weston-unaer-Lyziard, Shifhal. 

Thomas Brooke, Armitage Bridge, Huddersfield. 

Francis Capper Brooke, Uffora Place, Woodbridge. 

The Rev. Frederick Brown, F.S.A., Fern Bank, Beckenham, Kent 

Percy C. S. Bruere, Middleham, Bodale, Yorkshire. 

C. G. Prideaux Brune, Prideaux Place, Padstow, Cornwall. 

The Rev. Joseph Buckley, M.A., Sopworth Rectory, Chippenham. 

Captain W. E. G. Lytton Bulwer, Quebec House, East Dereham. 

John Ynyr Buroes, Parkanaur, Dungannon, Tyrone, Ireland. 

Charles John Burgess, Naval and Militaiy Club, London, W. 

Sir Bernard Burke, C.B., LL.D., Ukter King-of-Arms, Dublin. 

The Marquis of Bute, 83, Eccleston Square, S.W. 

Benjamin Bond Cabbell, F.R.S., F.S.A., 62, Portland Place, W. 
F. Teagub Canbxck, 28, Jeffrey Street, Kentish Town, N.W. 



R. Baowx Cansick, 2, Bedford Gardens, Kensington, W. 

The Dowager Countess op Carnarvon, Pixton Park, Ihilverton. 

Georoe ^fred Carthew, F.S.A., East Dereham, Norfolk. 

Thomas Chapbcan, F.R.S., F.S.A., 26, Bryanstone Square, W. 

Christopher Chattock, Haye House, Castle Bromwich. 

Colonel J. L. Chester {Council), 16, Linden Villas, Blue Anchor Road, Ber- 

mondsey, S.E. 
Chetham*s Library, Manchester (Thomas Jones, Esq., Lihrarian^. 
Sir Alexander P. Bruce Chichester, Bart., Arlington Court, Barnstaple. 
Thomas Close, F.S.A., Nottingham. 

The Rev. Richard Chute Codrinoton, Haygrove, Bridgewater, Somoraot. 
The Rev. Frederic T. Colby, B.D., F.S. A., Fellow of Exeter College, Oxford. 
James Edwin Cole, Easthorpe Court) Wigtoft, Spalding. 
F. S. Berminoham Pen Cole, Freemantle, Sonthamptcm. v 

Sydney Cole, Norwood Court, SouthaU, Middlesex. 
James Coleman, 22, High Street, Bloomshury, W.O. 
J. Kyrle Collins, Wiltondale, Ross, Herefordshire. 
Wm. Henry Cooke, Esq., Q.C., F.S.A,, 42, Wimpole Street, London. 
W. H. Cottell, 1, Manor Rise, Brixton, S.W. 
J. Gregory Cottinoham, Edensor, Chesterfield. 
W. Prideaux Courtney, Ecclesiastical Commission. 
The Rev. H. O. Coxb, Bodleian Library, Oxford. 
Mrs. John Woodkead Crosland, Thornton Lodge, Hnddersfield. 
Edwin Purves Rofbr-Curzon, Upper Sheen House, Mortlake, 8.W. 
The Hon. Henry Rofbr-Curzon {Viee'Prendent), 47, Argyle Road, Kensington. 
^e Hon. Sidney C. Roper-Curzon, Upper Sheen House, Mortlake, S.W. 

R. S. Lonoworth Dames, M.A., 32, Upper Mount Street, Dublin. 

C. W. David, Cardiff, Glamorganslure. 

John Davidson (Couneit), 14, St. Geon^e's Place, Hyde Park Comer, S.W. 

Robert Davies, F.S.A., The Mount, York. 

Robert Day, Jim., F.S.A., M.R.I.A., Rockview, Montenotte, Cork. 

Gordon Dayman, St. Giles's, Oxford. 

The Rev. John Bathurst Deanb, M.A., F.S.A., Sion Hill, Bath. 

George Dioby Winofield Dioby, Sherborne Castle, Sherborne, Dometshixe. 

Mrs. Fetherston Dilkb, Maxstoke Castle, ColeshUl, Warwickshire. 

Sir C. Wentworth Dilke, Bart., M.P., 76, Sloane Street, W. 

Robert Dowman, * Manchester Guardian ' Office, Manchester. 

Henry Holman Drake, LL.D., Esplanade, Fowey, Cornwall. 

Sir George F. Duckett, Bart., F.S.A. (riV»-iVf*Mfe;/<),8ydling Court, Doreheeter. 

George F. Dunoombb, 17, St. Stephen's Road, Bayswater, W. 

Charles Edmunds, Bull Street, Birmingham. 

Albert Edwards, Philadelphia, U.S.A. 

J. Edwards, M.D., 20, Westmoreland Place, Bayswater, W. 

The Rov. HrarRY T. Ellacombe, M.A., F.S.A., Clyst St. George Rectory, Topsham, 

Devon. 
Willlam Smith Ellis, Hydccroft, Charlwood, Surrey. 
Dudley Cary Elwes, F.S.A., South Bersted, Bognor. 
V. Cauy Elwes, F.S.A., Brigg, Lincolnshire. 
William Robert Emeris, M.A., F.S.A., Louth, Lincolnshire. 

Thomas Falconer, one of the Judges of the County Courts, Usk, Monmouthshire. 

J. G. Fanshawe, Board of Trade, Whitehall, S.W. 

William Fen^ell, Wakefield. 

Robert Ferguson, F.S.A., Morton Hall, Carlisle. 

John Fetherston, jun., F.S.A. {Council), High Street, Warwick. 

Ijady Fetherstonuaugh, Uppark, Petersfield. 

W. 8. Fetherstonhaugh, Rock View, Killucan, Lreland. 

George Fitzwilliams, N^w York, U.S.A. 

Edward Fitzwilliams, Philadelphia, U.S.A. 

William Floyd, London Institution, Finsbur}' Circus, E.C. 



CuAKLBH H. Fox, M.D., Thu Bcuchos, Bridlington, Bristol. 

Clbmbmt S. Best-Ga&dneb, Eagle's Bush, Neath, Swansea. 

John Ribton Gabstin, F.S.A., 21, Upper Morrion Street, Duhlin. 

Arthur Edward Gaybr,'Q.C., LL.D., Dublin. 

Henry H. Gibbs, St. Dunstan's, Regent's Park, N.W. 

Joseph Gillow, jun., Winckley Square, Preston. 

C. Gt)LDiNO, 16, Blomfield Terrace, Upper Westboume Terrace, W. 

Henry Gk)U0H, 20, Lorn Road, Brixton, S.W. 

Granville Lbteson Gowbr, F.S.A. {Council), Titsey Park, Godstone. 

Henry Sydney Grazbbrook, Stourbridge, Worcestershire. 

Edward Greaves, M.P., Avonside, Warwick. 

Benjamin Wyatt Greenfield, Cranbury Terrace, Southampton. 

Kelynoe Greenway, Warwick. 

Captain Hood Gregory, Styvechide Hall, Coventry. 

The Rev. William Grice, Sherborne House, Lillington, Leamington. 

The Rev. Henry Thomas Griffith, B.A., Felmingham Vicarage, Norwich. 

Thomas Grissbll, F.S.A., F.R.S.L., Norbury Park, Mickloham, Dorking. 

Gk>RDON Gyll, Remenham House, Wraysbury, Staines. 

Edward Hailstone, F.S.A., Walton Hall, Wakefield. 

Sir Henry St. John Halford, Bart., Wistow, Leicestershire. 

The Rev. H. F. Hall, M.A., High Legh, Knutsford, Cheshire. 

Sir Robert N. C. Hamilton, B£u*t., Avoncliffe, Stratford«on^Avon. 

Lady Frances Vernon-Harcourt, The Homme, Woobly. 

John Hardy, M.P., Dunstall Hall, Burton-on-Trent. 

William Henry Hart, F.S.A., The White House, St. Peter's Lane, Canterbury. 

William Harvey, Harrold Hall, Bedford. 

The Rev. Henry Hayman, D.D., The School, Rugby. 

The Rev. Samuel Hayman^ "tl.A. (CouHcil), The Rectory, Donerailc, Ireland. 

Lady Heathcote, Hursley Park, Winchester. 

C. Pell Heioham, The Cottage, Bambridge, Winchester. 

Thomas Helsby, 41, Princess Street, Manchester. 

SrENCER Herepatu, 18, Upper Phillimore Gardens, W. 

William Perry Herrick, Beaumanor Park, Loughborough, Leicestershire. 

Miss Francis Margery Hext, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. 

John Hirst, jun., Dobcross, Saddleworth. 

The Rev. C. W. Holbech, Famborough, Banbury. 

Daniel Dean Hopkyns, F.S.A., Woycliffe, St. Catherine's, near Guildford. 

Chandos Wren Hoskynh, Esq., M.P., Harewood House, Ross, Herefordshire. 

Joseph Jackson Howard, LL D., F.S.A. (Hon. Treas.)y 3, Dartmouth Row, 

Blackheath, S.E. 
Thomas Hughes, F.S.A., 1, Grove Terrace, Chester. 

The Royal Irish Academy, 19, Dawson Street, Dublin. 

The Rev. Edmund Jermyn, B.A., Barking Vicarage, Essex. 
Joseph Jones, Abberley Hall, Stouriwrt. 
Morris C. Jones, F.S.A., 20, Aborcrombv Square, Liverpool. 
W. Stavenhaoen Jones, 2, Verulam Buildings, Gray's Inn, W.C. 
Edward Basil Jupp, F.S.A., Carpenters' HaU, Lonaon Wtdl, E.C. 

The Rev. F. W. Kittermaster, All Saints, Coventry. 

Arthur John Knapp, Llanforsh House, Clifton, Bristol. 

T. C. Sneyd Kynnersley, Moor Green, Moseley, Birmingham. 

Lieut. -Colonel J. H. Baoot Lane, King's Bromley Manor, Lichfield. 
C. T. Lane, 3, Lombard Court, Lombaiid Street, E.C. 
Philip Lanoman, 7, St. Benet's Place, Gracechurch Street. 
Thomas Layton, F.S.A., Kow Bridge, Middlesex, W. 

Sir Edmund A. [Lecumere, Bart., The lihydd Court, Upton- ou-Sevem, 
Worcester. 



8 

The Rov. F. G. Lkk, D.C.L., F.S.A., 6, I^amboth Torracc, S.W. 
Mrs. LiTTLEDALE, 19, Queen's Clatc Gardens, South Kensington. 
Ben. Lock wood, Huddersfield. 

The Rev. W. J. Loftib, 37, Upper Berkeley Street, W. 
William H. Dyer Lonostaffe, F.S.A., Gateshead. 

Sir John Maclean, F.S.A. {CouvcH), Pallingswick Lodge, Hammersmith, W. 

SiLVANvs J. Macy, 189, Front Street, New Yoik, U.S.A. 

The Rev. A. R. Maddison, Friskney, Boston, Lincolnshire. 

C. H. Mallock, Cockington Court, Torquay. 

The Duke of Manchesteu {Vresident)^ 1, Great Stanhope Street, W. 

Gbokge W. Marshall, LL.M. {Councit)^ We^icombe House, BicknoUer, Taunton. 

Bernulf de Clboo Mattinson, Oldham. 

Walter C. Metcalfe, Epping, Essex. 

The Right Hon. Viscount Midleton, Peper Harrow Park, Godalming. 

Lieut.- Colonel Miller, R.A., Woolwich, S.E. 

Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, Minnesota, U.S.A. 

The Rev. John Mirehovse, Colsterworth, Grantham. 

Captain R. Molesworth, High Legh, Knutsford. 

The Right Hon. Lord ^JLosany iVice-Freaideitt)^ Gatton Park, Reigate. 

Thomas H. Montgomery, 400, Walnut Street, Philadelphia, U.S.A. 

liicut.-Col. Charles Thomas Jt)HN Moore, F.S.A., Frampton Hall, near Boston. 

Frederick J. Morrell, St. Giles', Oxford. 

Edward Morton, F.S.A., The Bank, Malton, Yorkshire. 

George J. Murray, Hartford House, Wemeth, Oldham. 

C. R. Scott-Murray, Danesfield, Great Marlow. 

C. N. Newdegate, M.P.. Arhury Hall, Nuneaton, Warwickshire. 
Miss Newman, 6, Patsihull Road, Kontish T()ii\Ti, N.W. 

Miss Charlotte Newman, (>, Patsliull Road, Kentish Town, N.W. 

James Newman, 235, High Holbom, W.C. 

Captain W. Newsome, R.E., Gravesend. 

J. W. Nicholl-Carne, D.C.L., St. Donat's Castle, Bridgend, Glamorganshire. 

John Gough Nichols, F.S.A., 25, Parliament Street, S.W. 

Colonel Sidney North, M.P., Wroxton Abbey, Banburj'. 

William Noy, 38, Sutherland Square, S.E. 

William John O'DonnavaNj LL.D., M.R.I.A., Foxcroft House, Portarlington. 

Evan Ortner, 3, St. James's Street, S.W. 

Frederic Ouvry, F.S.A., 12, Queen Anne Street, Cavendish Square. 

The Rev. Thomas Douglas Page, Pembroke College, Oxford. 

Sir Charles J. Palm Bit, Bart., Domey Court, Windsor. 

The Rev. Fielding Palmer, Eastcliff, ClK'i)8tow. 

The Rev. George Palmer, F.S.A., 53, I^owndes Square, S.W. 

The Rev. John Papillon, M.A., F.S.A., Lexdon Rectorv, Colchester. 

'ilie R(jv. J. T. Parkinson, D.C.L., F.S.A., Ravendale, (jrrimsby. 

Daniel Parsons, Stuarts Lodge, Malvern. 

D. Williams Paterson, Newark Valley, New York, U.S.A. 
Edward Peacock, F.S.A. , Bottesford Manor, Brigg, Lincolnshire. 
Rev. A. J. Pearman, Rainham Vicarage, Sittingboumc. 
Charles George Perceval, Passeiiham Manor, Stony Stratfonl. 
Ira B. Peck, Woonsocket, Rhode Island, U.S.A. 

Henry Peckett, Carlton Husthwaite, Thirsk, Yorkshire. 
Thomas A. Perry, Bitham House, Leamington. 
Joseph Plucknett, F.S.A., ]SIanor House, Finchley, N. 
Lemuel Pope, Concord, Massachusetts, U.S.A. 

Sir Joseph Radcliffe, Bart. ( Vice-PresulcHt)^ Rudding Park, Wethcrby. 

The Rev. Canon Raine, York. 

J. R. Raines, Burt(m Pidsoa, Hull. 

Samuel KiohY, Bnu li Hall, WarriiiLrton. 

Ai.KXANDKK KniN(.Ti)N, 27, Clivilaiul (iui'd'-ns, Hv'h; Park. W. 





The Rev. C. J. Robinson, M.A., Norton Canon Vicarage, Woobly. 

The Rev. Edward Rooeks, M.A., Blachford, Ivy Bridge, Devon! 

R. R. Coxwell-Roobrs, F.S.A., Dowdeswell Court, Andoversford, Gloucester. 

The Rev. Robert Roe Rogers, 104, Exmouth Street, Parkfield Ten-ace, Birken- 
head. 

The Royal Library, Windsor Castle. 

The Rev. David Royce, The Vicarage, Lower Swell, Stow-on-the-Wold. 

James Rusby, 34, Manor Road, Wickham Park, Lewisham, S.E. 

The Duke of Rutland, K.G., Belvoir Castle, Grantham. 

J. Paul Rylands, Heath House, Warrington. 

Evelyn Philip Shirley, F.S. A. ( Vice-President) , Lower Eatington Park, Strat- 
ford-on-Avon. 

Robert Hardisty Skaipe, The Mount, York. 

Rev. E. H. Mainwahino Sladbn, M.A., F.R.G.S., Alton Bemers, Marlborough. 

J. S. Smallfield, 32, University Street, W.C. 

The Rev. Walter Sneyd, Keele Hall, Newaistlo, Staffordshire. 

Charles Sotheran, 6, Meadow Street^ Moss Side, l^Ianchester. 

Charles Stewart, Royal Artiller\', Government House, Jersey. 

Thomas Stewardson, German town, Philadelphia, U.S.A. 

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