Thomas Hudnall

M, b. 1582
Father*Thomas Hudnall b. c 1544
Life EventDateDescription
Birth1582Thomas Hudnall was born in 1582 at England.
He was the son of Thomas Hudnall.
Marriage29 November 1613Thomas Hudnall married Anne Heade on 29 November 1613 at Chalgrave Parish, England.

Anne Heade

F, b. circa 1583
Name TypeDateDescription
Married Name29 November 1613As of 29 November 1613,her married name was Hudnall.
Life EventDateDescription
Birthcirca 1583Anne Heade was born circa 1583 at England.
Marriage29 November 1613She married Thomas Hudnall, son of Thomas Hudnall, on 29 November 1613 at Chalgrave Parish, England.

Ezekiah Genesis

M, b. 1629
Life EventDateDescription
Birth1629Ezekiah Genesis was born in 1629 at Virginia.
Marriagecirca 1654He married Rebecca Shaw, daughter of John Shaw, circa 1654.

Child of Ezekiah Genesis and Rebecca Shaw

Rebecca Shaw

F, b. circa 1630
Father*John Shaw
Name TypeDateDescription
Married Namecirca 1654As of circa 1654,her married name was Genesis.
Life EventDateDescription
Birthcirca 1630Rebecca Shaw was born circa 1630 at Virginia.
She was the daughter of John Shaw.
Marriagecirca 1654Rebecca Shaw married Ezekiah Genesis circa 1654.

Child of Rebecca Shaw and Ezekiah Genesis

Partain Hudnall

M, b. 1646, d. 4 December 1698
Father*John Hudnall b. 28 Apr 1616, d. 25 Aug 1659
Mother*Mary Partain b. 1625, d. 1683
Life EventDateDescription
Birth1646Partain Hudnall was born in 1646.
He was the son of John Hudnall and Mary Partain.
Death4 December 1698Partain Hudnall died on 4 December 1698.

Mary Hudnall

F, b. 1657
Father*John Hudnall b. 28 Apr 1616, d. 25 Aug 1659
Mother*Mary Partain b. 1625, d. 1683
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was White.
Life EventDateDescription
MarriageMary Hudnall married Edward White.
Birth1657Mary Hudnall was born in 1657.
She was the daughter of John Hudnall and Mary Partain.

Edward White

M, b. circa 1655
Life EventDateDescription
MarriageEdward White married Mary Hudnall, daughter of John Hudnall and Mary Partain.
Birthcirca 1655Edward White was born circa 1655.

Henry Hudnall

M, b. 1658, d. circa 1693
Father*John Hudnall b. 28 Apr 1616, d. 25 Aug 1659
Mother*Mary Partain b. 1625, d. 1683
Life EventDateDescription
Birth1658Henry Hudnall was born in 1658.
He was the son of John Hudnall and Mary Partain.
Deathcirca 1693Henry Hudnall died circa 1693.

Children of Henry Hudnall

Elizabeth Hudnall

F, b. 1659
Father*John Hudnall b. 28 Apr 1616, d. 25 Aug 1659
Mother*Mary Partain b. 1625, d. 1683
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was Cotman.
Life EventDateDescription
Birth1659Elizabeth Hudnall was born in 1659.
She was the daughter of John Hudnall and Mary Partain.

Margret Hayle

F, b. 1592, d. 1648
Father*Thomas Hayle
Mother*Ann Hall
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationMargret Hayle was also known as Margrett.
Name VariationMargret Hayle was also known as Margaret.
Married Namecirca 1617As of circa 1617,her married name was Partin.
Married Namecirca 1617As of circa 1617,her married name was Webb.
Married Namecirca 1617As of circa 1617,her married name was Partain.
Life EventDateDescription
MarriageMargret Hayle married John Webb, son of John Webb and Catherine Tresham.
Birth1592Margret Hayle was born in 1592 at Ontario, Canada.
She was the daughter of Thomas Hayle and Ann Hall.
Marriagecirca 1617Margret Hayle married Robert Partain Sr. circa 1617.
Death1648Margret Hayle died in 1648 at Isle of Wight, Virginia.
  • Margret Hayle immigrated in 1617 Margaret arrived in America on "The George" in 1617.
  • She and Robert Partain Sr. immigrated in 1624 Family Members: Wife Margrett 36; Child Rebecca 2; Child Avis 5; Child Robert 4 mos.

Children of Margret Hayle and Robert Partain Sr.

Child of Margret Hayle and John Webb

Robert Partain Sr.

M, b. 1588, d. 1650
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationRobert Partain Sr. was also known as Partin.
Life EventDateDescription
Birth1588Robert Partain Sr. was born in 1588 at Bristol, Somerset, England.
Marriagecirca 1617He married Margret Hayle, daughter of Thomas Hayle and Ann Hall, circa 1617.
Death1650Robert Partain Sr. died in 1650 at Isle Of Wight, Virginia.
  • Emigrated from England June 1609 in the " Blessings." He arrived in Jamestown as an indentured servant. Out of 400 people only 80 survived, including Robert. He received 100 acres of land in Charles City at the end of his indenture.
  • Robert Partain Sr. immigrated in 1609.
  • He and Margret Hayle immigrated in 1624 Family Members: Wife Margrett 36; Child Rebecca 2; Child Avis 5; Child Robert 4 mos.

Children of Robert Partain Sr. and Margret Hayle

Thomas Hayle

M
Father*Abel Hayle
Mother*Dinah Birt
Life EventDateDescription
BirthThomas Hayle was born at England.
He was the son of Abel Hayle and Dinah Birt.
MarriageThomas Hayle married Ann Hall.

Children of Thomas Hayle and Ann Hall

Ann Hall

F
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was Hayle.
Life EventDateDescription
MarriageAnn Hall married Thomas Hayle, son of Abel Hayle and Dinah Birt.
BirthAnn Hall was born at Northamptonshire, England.

Children of Ann Hall and Thomas Hayle

Abel Hayle

M
Life EventDateDescription
BirthAbel Hayle was born at Whittlebury, Northamptonshire, England.
MarriageHe married Dinah Birt, daughter of John Birt.

Child of Abel Hayle and Dinah Birt

Dinah Birt

F
Father*John Birt
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was Hayle.
Life EventDateDescription
MarriageDinah Birt married Abel Hayle.
BirthDinah Birt was born at Stowe, Buckinghamshire, England.
She was the daughter of John Birt.

Child of Dinah Birt and Abel Hayle

Avis Partin

M, b. circa 1619, d. 1648
Father*Robert Partain Sr. b. 1588, d. 1650
Mother*Margret Hayle b. 1592, d. 1648
Life EventDateDescription
Birthcirca 1619Avis Partin was born circa 1619.
He was the son of Robert Partain Sr. and Margret Hayle.
Death1648Avis Partin died in 1648.
  • Avis Partin immigrated with Robert Partain Sr. and Margret Hayle in 1624; Family Members: Wife Margrett 36; Child Rebecca 2; Child Avis 5; Child Robert 4 mos.

Rebecca Partin

F, b. circa 1622, d. 1648
Father*Robert Partain Sr. b. 1588, d. 1650
Mother*Margret Hayle b. 1592, d. 1648
Life EventDateDescription
Birthcirca 1622Rebecca Partin was born circa 1622.
She was the daughter of Robert Partain Sr. and Margret Hayle.
Death1648Rebecca Partin died in 1648.
  • Rebecca Partin immigrated with Robert Partain Sr. and Margret Hayle in 1624; Family Members: Wife Margrett 36; Child Rebecca 2; Child Avis 5; Child Robert 4 mos.

Robert Partin Jr.

M, b. circa 1624
Father*Robert Partain Sr. b. 1588, d. 1650
Mother*Margret Hayle b. 1592, d. 1648
Life EventDateDescription
Birthcirca 1624Robert Partin Jr. was born circa 1624.
He was the son of Robert Partain Sr. and Margret Hayle.
  • Robert Partin Jr. immigrated with Robert Partain Sr. and Margret Hayle in 1624; Family Members: Wife Margrett 36; Child Rebecca 2; Child Avis 5; Child Robert 4 mos.

Alice Vesey

F, b. 1526, d. 1546
Father*Thomas Vesey b. 1497, d. 1536
Mother*Elizabeth Gardiner b. 1503, d. 1536
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was Gonville.
Life EventDateDescription
MarriageAlice Vesey married Henry Gonville.
Birth1526Alice Vesey was born in 1526.
She was the daughter of Thomas Vesey and Elizabeth Gardiner.
Death1546Alice Vesey died in 1546.

Henry Gonville

M, b. 1520, d. 1546
Life EventDateDescription
MarriageHenry Gonville married Alice Vesey, daughter of Thomas Vesey and Elizabeth Gardiner.
Birth1520Henry Gonville was born in 1520.
Death1546He died in 1546.

Edmund D'Oyly of Shatsom

M, b. 1570, d. circa 1612
Father*Henry D'Oyly b. 1530, d. 1597
Mother*Anne Whyte b. c 1534, d. Dec 1592
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationEdmund D'Oyly of Shatsom was also known as Doyley.
Name VariationEdmund D'Oyly of Shatsom was also known as D'Oyley.
Name VariationEdmund D'Oyly of Shatsom was also known as D'Oyly of Shottisham.
Life EventDateDescription
Birth1570Edmund D'Oyly of Shatsom was born in 1570.
He was the son of Henry D'Oyly and Anne Whyte.
Marriage3 June 1585Edmund D'Oyly of Shatsom married Catherine Neville, daughter of Henry Neville and Elizabeth Gresham, on 3 June 1585.
Deathcirca 1612Edmund D'Oyly of Shatsom died circa 1612.
  • High Sheriff of Norfolk.

Children of Edmund D'Oyly of Shatsom and Catherine Neville

Catherine Neville

F, b. 7 May 1570, d. 1620
Father*Henry Neville b. 1520, d. 13 Jan 1593
Mother*Elizabeth Gresham b. c 1524, d. 6 Nov 1573
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationCatherine Neville was also known as Catharine.
Name VariationCatherine Neville was also known as Katherine.
Married Name3 June 1585As of 3 June 1585,her married name was D'Oyly.
Married Name3 June 1585As of 3 June 1585,her married name was Doyley.
Life EventDateDescription
Birth7 May 1570Catherine Neville was born on 7 May 1570.
She was the daughter of Henry Neville and Elizabeth Gresham.
Marriage3 June 1585Catherine Neville married Edmund D'Oyly of Shatsom, son of Henry D'Oyly and Anne Whyte, on 3 June 1585.
Death1620Catherine Neville died in 1620.

Children of Catherine Neville and Edmund D'Oyly of Shatsom

Henry Neville

M, b. 1520, d. 13 January 1593
Father*Edward Neville b. 1471, d. 12 Jan 1538
Mother*Eleanor Windsor b. 1479, d. 5 Mar 1531
Life EventDateDescription
Birth1520Henry Neville was born in 1520.
He was the son of Edward Neville and Eleanor Windsor.
Marriagebefore 1561Henry Neville married Winifred Loss, daughter of Hugh Loss, before 1561.
Marriage1561Henry Neville married Elizabeth Gresham, daughter of Sir John Gresham and Mary Ipswell, in 1561.
MarriageMay 1578Henry Neville married Elizabeth Bacon, daughter of Sir Nicholas Bacon and Anne Cooke, in May 1578.
Death13 January 1593Henry Neville died on 13 January 1593.
  • Sir Henry Neville (c.1520-1593) was Gentleman of the Privy chamber to King Edward VI

    Sir Henry Neville's father was Sir Edward Neville (d. 1538), of Addington Park in Kent, who married Eleanor, daughter of Andrew Windsor, 1st Baron Windsor, and Elizabeth, sister of Edward Blount, 2nd Baron Mountjoy.

    His father was the younger brother of George Neville, 5th Baron Bergavenny and older brother to Sir Thomas Neville, Speaker. As Manning said, the Neville surname "stands proudly forth as a pedigree in itself, and is associated with all that is noble in blood, distinguished in chivalry, eminent in counsel, and celebrated in the historic annals of Britain."[1]

    However, it stands curious that Sir Henry Neville secured a post in the Privy chamber, in consideration that his father was an allegedly attached to the Courtenay conspiracy, and moreover, executed in 1539 on order of King Henry VIII, charged with "devising to maintain, promote, and advance one Reginald Pole, late Dean of Exeter, enemy of the King, beyond the sea, and to deprive the King". (Reginald Pole was a Catholic exile and a second cousin once removed of Neville).

    In March 1542, Neville attended Charles de Marillac the French ambassador, however, he apparently was not destined to have a career in politics, for by 1546, he is found serving as a groom of the privy chamber. He was made Groom of the Privy Chamber in 1546, Gentleman of the privy chamber in 1550, was knighted on 11 October 1551 and elected Knight of the shire for Berkshire five times, from 1553- 1584. Neville, was Henry VIII's godson and apparently was in good favour with the king, to the extent that he was included as one of the grooms who witnessed his will, of which he was afforded a legacy.

    In 1551, he testifed at the trial of Stephen Gardiner, and revealed the strong detest Henry VII had for the bishop. Neville was closely aligned with John Dudley and Sir Henry Sidney, the former of whom promoted him to Gentleman of the Privy chamber during the reign of Edward VI. As with many Protestants, Neville left the country upon Mary I's accession, however returned under Elizabeth I, and continued his career holding various posts in Berkshire, where he lived at Billingbear House, until his death on 13 January 1593. Sir Henry Neville was buried in the parish church at Waltham St Lawrence in Berkshire.

    He married firstly, Winifred (d. in or before 1561), daughter of Hugh Loss of Whitchurch, then in Middlesex (no issue); secondly, 1561, Elizabeth (d. 1573), daughter of Sir John Gresham of Titsey in Surrey (issue four sons, including Sir Henry Neville (1562–1615) and Edward Neville (b. 1567), and two daughters); thirdly, May 1578, Elizabeth (Lady Neville) (d. 1621) the daughter of Sir Nicholas Bacon, 1st Baronet (c.1543-1624)[2], and his wife, Anne Cooke, daughter of Sir Anthony Cooke (no issue), and widow of Sir Richard Doyley of Greenland, at Hambleden in Buckinghamshire.1

Children of Henry Neville and Elizabeth Gresham

Citations

  1. [S369] Encyclopedia website, by compilation, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Neville_(Gentleman_of_the_Privy_Chamber).

Elizabeth Gresham

F, b. circa 1524, d. 6 November 1573
Father*Sir John Gresham b. 1495, d. 23 Oct 1556
Mother*Mary Ipswell d. b 1553
Name TypeDateDescription
Married Name1561As of 1561,her married name was Neville.
Life EventDateDescription
Birthcirca 1524Elizabeth Gresham was born circa 1524.
She was the daughter of Sir John Gresham and Mary Ipswell.
Marriage1561Elizabeth Gresham married Henry Neville, son of Edward Neville and Eleanor Windsor, in 1561.
Death6 November 1573Elizabeth Gresham died on 6 November 1573 at England.

Children of Elizabeth Gresham and Henry Neville

Sir John Gresham

M, b. 1495, d. 23 October 1556
Life EventDateDescription
Birth1495Sir John Gresham was born in 1495.
Marriage1521He married Mary Ipswell in 1521.
Death23 October 1556Sir John Gresham died on 23 October 1556.
  • Sir John Gresham (1495 - 23 October 1556) was an English merchant, courtier and financier who worked for King Henry VIII of England, Cardinal Wolsey and Thomas Cromwell. He was Lord Mayor of London and founded Gresham's School.

    Gresham was probably born in 1495, at Holt, in Norfolk, and was descended from an old Norfolk family[1] (see section 'Gresham Family', below). Biographers have suggested that he probably attended a school kept by Augustinian canons at nearby Beeston Regis[2]. At that time, England was a Roman Catholic country and was largely dependent on the church for education.

    In about 1510, Gresham was apprenticed to John Middleton, a London mercer, and after serving his seven years he was admitted as a member of the Worshipful Company of Mercers. In 1519, he and his older brother William Gresham were both elected to the livery of the company. Later, John Gresham was four times Master of the Mercers' Company[2]

    Gresham was in partnership with his brother, Richard Gresham, in the export of textiles and in importing grain from Germany and wine from Bordeaux[2]. He also imported traded in silks and spices from the Ottoman Empire and imported timber and skins from the Baltic. He founded the Russia Company to trade with Russia. Meanwhile, he acted as an agent for Cardinal Wolsey[2], and through him knew Thomas Cromwell[2].

    Gresham invested his money in land, buying the manors of Titsey, Tatsfield, Westerham, and Lingfield on the borders of Surrey and Kent, as well as properties in Norfolk and Buckinghamshire. He lived at a great house called Titsey Place at Oxted in Surrey from 1534 until his death[3].

    Gresham was Sheriff of London and Middlesex in 1537–1538 and at the same time was knighted[2]. He was a member of the Royal household between 1527 and 1550, first as a 'gentleman pensioner' and later as one of the 'esquires of the body' of King Henry VIII[2]. In 1539, the king granted Gresham the manor of Sanderstead in Surrey, following the dissolution of the monasteries: it had previously belonged to the Minster of Winchester since the year 962.

    In 1541, Gresham was one of the jurors who tried Thomas Culpepper and Francis Dereham for treason - that is, intimacy with Queen Catherine Howard[2]. Both were duly beheaded at Tyburn on 10 December 1541, and their heads were put on display on London Bridge. Queen Catherine Howard was subsequently executed on 13 February 1542.

    In 1546, he was one of the King's commissioners to survey the properties of chantries to be dissolved in Surrey and Sussex[2].

    In 1547, Sir John Gresham became Lord Mayor of London,[2] and after the end of his term of office continued to serve as an alderman.[4]

    In 1555, a year before his death, he founded Gresham's School in the town of his birth, Holt in Norfolk. Gresham endowed the school with land and money and placed these endowments in the care of the Worshipful Company of Fishmongers, which has continued to carry out his trust to the present day[2].

    Gresham died on 23 October 1556, ‘of a malignant fever’ and was given "a very grand and very papistical funeral".[5] His tomb is in the City of London church of St Michael Bassishaw[1].

    It has been claimed that Sir John Gresham belonged to a Norman family, his ancestor in the male line being Ralph de Braunche, one of the knights of William the Conqueror who fought at the Battle of Hastings (1066) under William de Warenne and was later granted lands in Norfolk which included the manor of Gresham, a descendant changing his name to "de Gresham". While evidence for this is lacking, it seems very likely that the manor of Gresham is indeed the ancestral home of the Gresham family,[6][7] and a branch of the family was established at Holt by the fifteenth century.[8] According to Francis Blomefield in An essay towards a topographical history of the county of Norfolk (1808), James Gresham, the grandfather of Sir John Gresham, was "the son of John Gresham, Gent., of Gresham".[9]

    A John Gresham was baptized in 1340 at Aylmerton, Norfolk, and died there in 1410, owning property in Aylmerton and an interest in the manor of Holt. His son John Gresham was born in 1390 and died in 1450. In 1414, he was living at Holt. His son, James Gresham, of Holt, Norfolk, Lord of the Manor of East Beckham, lived from 1442 to 1497, and his son John Gresham of Holt married Alice Blyth and was the father of Sir John Gresham[1][10].

    Gresham had brothers called William and Richard. The latter became Sir Richard Gresham and was also a Lord Mayor of London in 1537; he was the father of the famous Sir Thomas Gresham who founded the Royal Exchange and Gresham College, both in the City of London.

    Sir John Gresham married twice: firstly, in 1521, Mary Ipswell, with whom he had twelve children between 1522 and 1538, and secondly, after Mary's death, Catherine Sampson, the widow of Edward Dormer, on 15 July 1553.

    The twelve children of John and Mary Gresham were William, Mary, Catherine, James, John, Edmund, Anthony, Ellen, Ursula, Cecily, Elizabeth and Richard. Most of them died without issue, but the senior line of Gresham's descendants continued until the early nineteenth century.

    Gresham's eldest son, William Gresham (1512–1579), was the father of Sir Thomas Gresham of Titsey (died 1630), whose sons were Sir John Gresham of Titsey (1588–1643) and Sir Edward Gresham of Titsey (1594–1647). The latter's son, Sir Marmaduke Gresham of Limpsfield (1627–1696), was created a baronet in 1660.

    The 17th century Greshams sat as Members of Parliament, loyally supported King Charles I throughout the Civil War, and suffered from the victory of Cromwell. In 1643 the house at Titsey was commandeered by the Parliamentarians, but at the time of the Restoration in 1660 the new King Charles II created the head of the family, Marmaduke Gresham, a baronet as a reward for the family's support for the Royalist cause. This title died out with Sir John Gresham, sixth and last Baronet, of Limpsfield (who died in 1801). However, the last Sir John Gresham's daughter and heiress, Katherine Maria Gresham, married William Leveson-Gower, first cousin of the Marquess of Stafford, later the first Duke of Sutherland, and through Katherine Maria the Titsey estate continued to be owned by Sir John Gresham's descendants until the death of Thomas Leveson Gower in 1992. By his will, Leveson Gower set up the Titsey Foundation, a charitable trust with the aim of preserving the estate for the benefit of the nation.

    Nevertheless, the first Sir John Gresham's line continues in the descendants of his third son, another John Gresham, who was the ancestor of the Greshams of Fulham, Albury, and Haslemere.1

Child of Sir John Gresham and Mary Ipswell

Citations

  1. [S369] Encyclopedia website, by compilation, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Gresham

Edward Neville

M, b. 1471, d. 12 January 1538
Father*George Nevill b. 1440, d. 20 Sep 1492
Mother*Margaret Fenne b. 1444, d. 28 Sep 1485
Life EventDateDescription
Birth1471Edward Neville was born in 1471 at England.
He was the son of George Nevill and Margaret Fenne.
Marriage1516Edward Neville married Eleanor Windsor, daughter of Sir Andrew Windsor and Elizabeth Blount, in 1516.
Death12 January 1538Edward Neville died on 12 January 1538 at England.
  • Sir Edward Neville (1471—8 December 1538) was a nobleman born at Abergavenny, Monmouthshire. He was the son of Sir George Neville, 2nd Lord Abergavenny and Margaret Fenne. He married Eleanor Windsor, daughter of Sir Andrew Windsor, 1st Baron Windsor and Elizabeth Blount, before 6 April 1529. He became a close friend and gentleman of the Privy Chamber to his distant cousin, Henry VIII.[1]

    He was the brother of George Nevill, 5th Baron Bergavenny and the two of them became close to Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon.[2] The support of the Nevilles and their cousins the Courtenays, for Catherine of Aragon's marriage and for the Pope's authority in England, led to the execution of Edward Neville and many of his relatives. Yet even in 1535, Neville did not seem to have lost the King's favour.[3]

    Early in 1538, Thomas Cromwell was warned that Sir Edward Neville was endeavoring to persuade the minister of Mottenden secretly to surrender his house. But Cromwell, who was now, after the death of the earl of Northumberland in 1537, honoured with the title of founder of the priory, had marked its property for his own. After the Pilgrimage of Grace, many conservative nobles were accused of treason.[4] Neville was arrested on 3rd November, 1538, for conspiricy with the brother of Cardinal Pole, they were both charged with high treason for promoting the interests of his cousin, Reginald Pole and Neville was sent to the Tower, tried at Westminster, and beheaded, 8th December at Tower Hill.

    A patent was issued to Cromwell confirming his estate, possession and interest in the site of the late priory, of Mottenden, and the manors of Mottenden, Plushenden, Plomford, and Delmynden in Kent; the rectory of Lancing, Sussex, and all tithes thereto belonging; the advowson of the parish church of Lancing and the vicarage of the same church; a saltmarsh in Canwynden alias Derwishop, Essex; and all lands, &c., in the counties of Kent, Sussex, and Essex, late of John Gregory alias John Harietsham, late minister of the Trinitarian priory of Mottenden.

    Sir Edward Neville was Esquire of the Body, and keeper of Sewer (official overseeing service) to King Henry VIII's Household. He lived at Addington Park, Kent, England. On 25th September 1513 he was invested as a Knight and in 1516 held the offices of Master of the Hounds and Gentleman of the Chamber. He held the office of King Henry VIII's Standard Bearer in 1531and in 1534 he held the office of Constable of Leeds Castle, Kent.1

Children of Edward Neville and Eleanor Windsor

Citations

  1. [S369] Encyclopedia website, by compilation, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sir_Edward_Neville

Eleanor Windsor

F, b. 1479, d. 5 March 1531
Father*Sir Andrew Windsor b. Feb 1467, d. 30 Mar 1543
Mother*Elizabeth Blount b. 1469
Name TypeDateDescription
Married Name1516As of 1516,her married name was Neville.
Life EventDateDescription
Birth1479Eleanor Windsor was born in 1479.
She was the daughter of Sir Andrew Windsor and Elizabeth Blount.
Marriage1516Eleanor Windsor married Edward Neville, son of George Nevill and Margaret Fenne, in 1516.
Death5 March 1531Eleanor Windsor died on 5 March 1531.
  • Married first to Ralph, Baron Scrope of Masham, She was widowed and, sometime before 1524, married Sir Edward Nevill, brother of George Nevill, 5th Baron Bergavenny. [1]1

Children of Eleanor Windsor and Edward Neville

Citations

  1. [S369] Encyclopedia website, by compilation, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrew_Windsor,_1st_Baron_Windsor.

Sir Andrew Windsor

M, b. February 1467, d. 30 March 1543
Life EventDateDescription
MarriageSir Andrew Windsor married Elizabeth Blount, daughter of William Blount and Margaret Echingham.
BirthFebruary 1467Sir Andrew Windsor was born in February 1467.
Death30 March 1543He died on 30 March 1543 at age 76.
  • 1st Baron Windsor.
  • Sir Andrew Windsor, 1st Baron Windsor (1467-1543) was an English nobleman. He inherited the manor of Stanwell in Middlesex. In 1542, during a visit by King Henry VIII, he was obliged to surrender the manor to the crown. In return he was offered the lands of Tardebigge and the seat of Hewell Grange in modern Worcestershire.

    His son William (1542-1558) succeeded him as the 2nd Baron. His daughter Eleanor was married first to Ralph, Baron Scrope of Masham, She was widowed and, sometime before 1524, married Sir Edward Nevill, brother of George Nevill, 5th Baron Bergavenny. [1]1

Children of Sir Andrew Windsor and Elizabeth Blount

Citations

  1. [S369] Encyclopedia website, by compilation, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrew_Windsor,_1st_Baron_Windsor.