Thomas Knighton

M, b. circa 1472, d. April 1544
     
      "The Will of Thomas Knyghton:

     
     of Bayford, co. Hertford, Esq., was dated 3 February 1544 (35 Henry VIII), in "prosperous health of body" even though he died only three months later. He stated that "concernynge my landes I neade nat here greatlie reherse seynge that I longe afore this tyme the same after my decease haty gevyn them unto my yongest sonne John Knyghton go the fre and copie beinge in the counties of herts and Essex...." "my wretchede bodye I will the same to be buryed in Seynt Annys Chapell in [the] parish churche of Bayforde...betwyxe my fathers grave and my wiffes pewe...." To my daughter Anne, now wife of Will[iam] Mason 640 on "the day of my yeretide." If she die, 10 marks to go to the said William Mason. The said Will and Anne to have their meat and drink as they now do, and their chamber. To my daughter Elizabeth, now John "Alleynys" wife, 65, a featherbed, etc. to "Tomyson a nother of my doughters" 65 (to go to Elizabeth if Thomasine die). To Richard Haggere my clerk 20s. To the church of Bayforde 2 forthes [?] prie, 13s., 4d, 20s. toward buying a new vestment. To every of my tenements' [?] servants taking wages 12d., and to every of my other servants not taking wages 8d. To every poor household within the said town 4d. and a cheese of 4d. and a loaf of bread of 1d. To the church wardens of All Hallows, Hertford, 5s. Unto Little Barkynfield 3s 4d. Residue, except best carpet, which I give John my son, to Margery my wife and John Knyghton my son. Said John Knyghton to be sole executor. Said wife to have "all the plate that my lady Maryyss grace hath given to her and me synce the tyme of our maryage savynge one of the cuppys which hir grace gave to my wiff the day of our mariage...." To her the "cheyne" which I bought of "Mastris Clarenoyes" and a little ring her brother gave her. Residue of rings to be divided between my wife and said son. "And as to my stuffe of housholde will they be sett in to two sundrie chamberes eqallie to be devidede by ij or iij honeste persons and my sade stuff so devidede the namys of the said chambers to be put in to ij billetts [ ? ] in waxe and to be put in to an hatte or cappe my said wiff to take the one and the said John the other and so to take there fortune...." All the hangings on the walls to remain to the use of John. To John Alleyne my son-in-law my tawny furred gown. To Will Mason my gown with a cap furred with "foynys." "And in consideracion that my said wiff and my said sonne evary of them shall have a convenyant porcion betwyxe wherfor I will and in gods behalfe charge them that ther be no veriance betwyxe them." To Margerie my wife a piece of coined gold the value of 22s 6d and a piece of like value to John Knyghton "callede as I suppose portageues." My mass book, my chalice of silver of gilt, my pax of silver and my two vestments to remain in my chapel "in the same which my late wiff gave the same to the same intente." To Agnes Hoggyn and Agnes Fallar, meat, drink, and lodging for life. Proved 22 April 1544. (Cambridgeshire Record Office, Huntington, ref.: Will T. Knighton 1544. [the record office also gave the citation as "Vol. 7 p.102; clearly from the records of the commissary court of the Bishop of Lincoln and of the Archdeaconry of Huntingdon.]
     
     
      Two copies of the Inquisition post mortem on Thomas Knighton survive, each in poor condition. The following abstracts were made by Peter Wilson Coldham:
     
     
      [Right hand portion of parchment and bottom illegible] I.P.M. on Thomas Knyghton of Bayford, Herts., Esq., dated 10 Jun 36 Henry VIII [1544]. The deceased had property in Bayford by deed of 8 May 21 Henry VII [1506], to which the parties were ---- of Bedford, Esq., William Macehall, John Burgoyn, William G[ascoyne], Thomas Blake, William Bensted, and ---- Bardolff, which property was to the use of Johane Collope, widow, sister of the said William Gascon [sic], and to the heirs of her body by the said Thomas Knyghton. ---- ---- ----- to the use of John Knyghton, son of the same. By deed of 4 February 27 Henry VII ----- ----- ----- was extinct after the death of the said Thomas Knyghton, son of the said John Knyghton. ---- ----- ----- the said John Knyghton died without heirs of his body. A holding in Bayford of 4 acres held by Thomas Knyghton and Margerie his wife and to the heirs of her body [by deed of?] 10 May 31 Henry VIII [1539]. Reference to property held of Waltham Abbey, Essex.
      Thomas Knyghton died on 7 April last ---- ---- ---- of the aforesaid John Knyghton and Margerie Knyghton ---- ---- and he is in full life, and that Francis Knyghton is the next blood kin and heir, i.e., son of Thomas Knyghton the younger, son and heir while he lived of the said Thomas Knyghton. (PRO C142/70/11)
     
     
      [copy of the above with large "bald" patches] By deed of 21 [?] Henry VII between William Gascoyne of Cardington, Beds., gent., William Marchall, John Burgoyn, Thomas Blake, William Bensted, Edmund Bardolf, tenements and land in Bayford were devised to the user of Joan Collope, widow, sister of the said William Gascoyne and her male heirs on the body of Thomas Knyghton, and after their deaths to the use of John Knyghton, younger son of the said Thomas Knyghton, ---- Manor of Breckindon. ---- That Thomas Knyghton, who was son and heir of the said Thomas Knyghton, ---- aged 10 years and more. (pro e150/318/4)
     
     
      [Very faded] I.P.M. on Margery Allen, taken at Ware, Herts, on [--] July 4 Elizabeth [1652]. Margerie Allen, late wife of John Allen of Hatford Peverell, Essex, gent., and former wife of Thomas Knyghton of Bayford, Herts., [held] ---- church of All Saints, Herford, of the Monastery of ----; and of the Manor of Brickingdon [in] Stansted, Hoddesdon, Ware, Amwell, Hertford, and Hertford Heath. She died at Hatfield on 16 November 5 Edward VI [1551]. The heir is Andrew Baynton, gent., son and heir of Edward Baynton, gent., deceased, and at the time of the iNquisition was aged 39 and more. (PRO C142/133/100)
     
     
      I.P.M. on Andrew Baynton, gent., taken at Hertford on 13 October 11 Elizabeth [1569]. Margery Allen, late wife of John Allen of Hatfield Peverell, Essex, Esq., and former wife of Thomas Knyghton of Bayford, was seized for the rectory of the church of All Saints, Hertford, held of the Manor of Waltham All Saints, Essex and of the tenements in the parish of All Saints and the hamlet of Breckindon, Herts., late of the Monastery of Waltham, and lands in Breckindon, Stansted, Hodlesdon, Ware, Amwell, Hertford, and Hertford Heath. She was seized also of the Manor of Brickendon [sic] alias Brickendon Bury and fines were levied thereon on Easter Day 15 Henry VIII [27 March 1524 (this date must be wrong, since Thomas Knighton's widow Joan could not have married John Allen until after 7 april 1544.)] at Westminster in Christopher Allen and Robert Eggersey, plaintiffs, v. John Allen and Margery his wife deforciants. Being so seized, the said Margery Allen died at Hatfield Peverell on 16 November 5 Elizabeth [sic--the I.P.M. on Margery Allen (above) says 5 Edward VI, which is presumably correct, since her Inquisition was taken in 4 Elizabeth] upon which the Rectory and Manor descended to her next heir Andrew Baynton, i.e., the son and heir of Edward Baynton who was the brother and next of kin of the said Margery. The said Andrew Baynton died on 7 July [5?] Elizabeth aged 29 and more and in the same month the Andrew Baynton named in this Inquisition came before the Court of Wards to petition for the said lands but died on 21 February 6 Elizabeth [1564], upon which the lands should have descended to Anne Baynton, daughter and next heir of the said Andrew Baynton, who was aged 12 and more 23 September 8 Elizabeth [1566]. (PRO C142/157/81)
     
     
      In his will, Thomas Knighton does not mention his elder son Thomas, who died vita patris; his parentage is proven by his father's Inquisition post mortem. The daughter Joan (Knighton) Bull is also not mentioned, doubtless because she had already received her portion. Her son revealed her parentage in his Visitation pedigree, (Visitation of Hertford, 1572, Harleian Soc. Pubs. 22:3(1886)) and the Inquisition post mortem on her first husband, Charles Bull, includes land that Thomas Knighton demised to them. (PRO C1452/61/78, Inquisition post mortem on Charles Bull, gent., 16 July 31 Henry VIII [1539].
     
     
      Herbert C. Andrews indicates that Thomas Knighton married first a Gascoigne and second Anne Underhill and concludes that John Knighton and Joan (Knighton) Bull were children of the Gascoigne marriage and that Thomas Knighton the Younger was a son of the Underhill marriage. This interpretation began with a pedigree in Harleian Manuscript 1541, which was followed in the Harleian Society's Miscellaneous Essex Pedigrees, (Harleian Soc. Pubs. 15:586) even though another pedigree in the same manuscript says that "the heire of Tho: Underhill of Bradley" was mother of both Thomas Knighton the younger and John. The evidence is convincing that Anne (Underhill) Knighton was the mother of Thomas Knighton the younger, John Knighton, and Joan (Knighton) Bull. It is uncertain whether Anne (Underhill) or Joan Gascoigne was the mother of the three daughters mentioned in Thomas Knighton [Sr.]'s will, Anne (Knighton) Mason, Elizabeth (Kinghton) Alleyne, and Thomasine Knighton, although the first name of the latter may suggest that she was a granddaughter of Thomasine (Caldebeck) Underhill.
     
     
      The first consideration in showing that Anne Underhill was the mother of Thomas, John, and Joan is chronology. Thomas Knighton's Inquisition post mortem indicates that an ante-nuptial arrangement was made in 1506, before his marriage to Joan (Gascoigne) Collope. Peter Wilson Coldham has examined the Inquisition under an ultra-violet lamp and confirms that the deed referred to in it was dated 8 May 21 Henry "Sept," and that the Victoria County History is incorrect in dating the deed (with a citation to this Inquisition) as 1529, which was the 21st year of the reign of Henry VIII. (Victoria County History: Hertfordshire, 3:422 (1912)) The marriage must have taken place shortly after 8 May 1506. Joan (Gascoigne) (Collope) Knighton was buried at Bayford on 24 November 1539, and Thomas Knighton married Margery Baynton at Bayford on 28 July 1540."
     
     
      Margery's Inquisition and that on Andrew Baynton, show that she was survived by no issue. The 1506 deed vested property in certain individuals to the use of Joan Collope, sister of William Gascoigne, and to the (male) Heirs of her body by Thomas Knighton; with reversion to John Knighton, younger son of Thomas Knighton [Sr.]. The property did indeed go to John Knighton, a fact which indicates that Joan Had no surviving male offspring by Thomas Knighton, though it does not eliminate the possibility that she had surviving daughters by him.
     
     
      Was Anne (Underhill) Knighton the mother of both Thomas Knighton, the younger and John Knighton, and was her marriage to Thomas Knighton later than the Gascoigne marriage, as Andrews concludes? The evidence is strong that both of these sons of Thoms Knighton Sr., were children of Anne Underhill but that the marriage occurred about 1490, undoubtedly Knighton's first. Thomas Knighton the younger used the Underhill surname, his descendants quartered the Underhill arms, and his property at Little Bradley appears to have been Underhill property. The 1572 Visitation of Hertfordshire shows that John Knighton's descendants also quartered the Underhill arms, even though they inherited the Hertfordshire property. (Harleian Soc. Pubs. 22:70)
     
     
      "Thomas Underhill, the son of Thomas Knyghton" was grantee on 6 November 1503 of the manor of Dalham, co. Suffolk, along with Richard Stotevyle, Esq., Thomas Stotevyle, his son, Richard Drury, knight, George Trace, John Bent, and Ralph Stotevyle, "to hold to Richard Stotevyle for life and to Thomas Stotevyle and the others and their heirs for ever." (Calendar of the Patent Rolls, Henry VII, 2:342-43 (1916)) Thomas Knighton the elder was born considerably before 1470, his son Thomas Knighton alias Underhill could not have been an adult in 1503 and would probably not have been a feoffee at that time. Col. Charles M. Hansen FASG, suggests that it was Thomas Underhill the second husband of Thomasine Caldebeck, who was named in the 1503 grant, and that the text should read "Thomas Underhill, his son [in-law] Thomas Knighton." Thomas Underhill's daughter Margaret married Thomas Stuteville, named in the grant along with his father Richard Stuteville. Richard Stuteville was of the same generation as Thomas Underhill, one being the father and the other the father-in-law of Thomas Stuteville.
     
     
      The Inquisitions post mortem indicate that Thomas was the older son, and the 1506 deed indicates that John Knighton was the younger son; hence both were born before the marriage to Joan (Gascoigne) Collope in 1506. Joan (Knighton) Bull's son Richard, according to her husband's Inquisition post mortem, was born about 1511; (Inquisition post mortem on Charles Bull, gent., 16 July 31 Henry VIII [1539], PRO C142/61/78) clearly his mother was born in the 1490's, which places her as a child of Anne Underhill.
     
     
      The records above suggest that Thomas Knighton's financial and social status were considerably higher than that of his probable father, the steward to Sir John Say. His rise probably began with his marriage to the co-heiress of Thomas Underhill. Thomas Knighton is mentioned frequently in Hertfordshire Feet of Fines from 1507 to 1536, as published in The Herts Genealogist and Antiquary. (Herts Genealogist and Antiquary, 1:9, 75, 76, 77, 73, 83, 84, 138, 140, 145 (1895)) After dissolution of the monasteries, the king gave the rectory and advowson of All Saints in Herford to Knighton (Victoria County History: Hertfordshire, 3:510)
     
      (David L. Greene (TAG.))
     
     

He married NN---- NN----. Thomas was born circa 1472 at Bayford, County Hertfordshire, England.1 He married Anne Underhill circa 1490.2,3 He married Joan (Gascoigne) Collope in 1506.4 He married Margery NN---- on 28 July 1540 at Bayford, County Hertfordshire, England.4 Thomas died in April 1544 at Bayford, County Hertfordshire, England.5

Children of Thomas Knighton and Anne Underhill

Citations

  1. [S18] Amererican Pres., Roberts, Gary , pg 150, Essex Pedigrees pg 586-7.
  2. [S18] Amererican Pres., Roberts, Gary , pg 150, Essex Pedigrees pg 586-7,.
  3. [S214] Lawrence, Thomas, Greene, David L. , pg 21.
  4. [S214] Lawrence, Thomas, Greene, David L. , pg 15.
  5. [S514] Cambridgeshire Record Office, Huntington, Ref: Will T. Knighton 1544.

Anne Underhill

F, b. circa 1470, d. circa 1506
      "Anne Underhill was born circa 1470; she died in 1506 or earlier, when her husband remarried. She married, circa 1490, Thomas Knighton of Bayford, co Hertford, probably a son of John Knighton, steward of Sir John Say. Thomas Knighton was born circa 1470 or possibly earlier and died, probably in Bayford, on 7 April 1544; his burial is not found in the Bayford parish registers, which begin in 1538 but have very few entries for the 1540s.
     
      The printed sources are wrong about his marriages. Study of the contemporary evidence indicates that he married first Anne Underhill and second in 1506 Joan (Gascoigne) Collope, who was buried at Bayford on 24 November 1539. He married third at Bayford on 28 July 1540 Margery, whose surname is not in the record, but the Inquistion post mortem on Andrew Baynton shows that she was a sister of Edward Baynton. She died at Hatfield Peverell, co. Essex, on 16 November 5 Edward VI [1551] as late wife of John Allen of Hatfield and former wife of Thomas Knyghton of Bayford.

     
      One of the pedigrees in Harleian Manuscript 1541 makes Anne (Underhill) Knighton a granddaughter of Thomas and Thomasine (Caldebeck) Underhill by giving them a son also named Thomas. This is followed by the Knighton article in East Herts. Archaeological Society Transactions, which postulates that the second Thomas was married to a woman named Anne. (East Herts. Archaelogical Society Transactions, 8:45 fn. pg 45 (1928)) The 1561 Suffolk Visitation, however, does not include such a son. (Visitation of Suffolk, 1561, pg 85) That leaves no room for an added generation and supports the statements made in Visitation.
     
      In demonstrating that Anne Knighton was indeed a daughter of Thomas and Thomasine (Caldebeck) (Turnor) Underhill, we must depend upon later evidence:
     
      1. Most important is the 1561 Suffolk Visitation pedigree of "Knighton of Little Bradley," which states that "Thomas Knyghton of Bayford in the counts of Herford esquyre maryed Anne daughter and one of theyres of Thomas Underhill of Harveys in lyttle Bradley in the counte of Suff esquyre and had yssu Thomas Knyghton sonne and heyre John Knyghton second sonne" (Visitation of Suffolk, 1561 pg 85) The Source of the information was apparently Francis Knighton of Little Bradley, grandson of Anne (Underhill) Knighton.
     
      2. The Knightons' possessions in Little Bradley clearly descended from the Underhills. Thomas Knighton the younger, son of Thomas and Anne (Underhill) Knighton, used "Underhill" as a surname, as we shall see below, and the Knightons of Little Bradley quartered the Underhill arms indicating descent from an heiress. (Visitation of Suffolk, 1561 pg 87-88)
     
      The question is not whether Anne (Underhill) Knighton was a daughter of Thomas Underhill of Little Bradley, but whether she was a daughter of Thomasine (Caldebeck) Underhill. The editor of the recent edition of the 1561 Suffolk Visitation in discussing the Stuteville pedigree accepts that Thomasine Caldebeck's Underhill husband was of Little Bradley, (Visitation of Suffolk, 1561 pg 86) but that fact is not stated explicitly in the Visitation itself. That he was of Little Bradley is confirmed by an elaborate shield in Little Bradley church including the arms of Underhill quartered with Harvye and Mauvesin, impaling Caldebeck, quartered with Hinkley, Nutbeane, Peche, and b. Peverell; this shield is above the brass of a man and woman, which undoubtedly commemorates Thomas and Thomasine (Caldebeck) Underhill. ( Suffolk Institute of Archaelogy Proceedings 45-46)
     
      Anne Knighton's grandson said that she was a daughter of Thomas Underhill of Little Bradley; the Thomas Underhill who married Thomasine Caldebeck is memorialized at Little Bradley. The marriage of Thomas Underhill and Thomasine (Caldebeck) Turnor apparently occurred in 1464 or later; Anne (Underhill) Knighton's husband Thomas Knighton was born about 1470 and presumably Anne was born around the same date. Geography, chronology, and the inheritance of lands in Little Bradley by the Knightons all indicate that Anne (Underhill) Knighton wa a daughter of Thomas and Thomasine (Caldebeck) Underhill."
     
      (David L. Greene (TAG.))
     
     





Anne was born circa 1470 at Little Bradley, county Essex, England.1 She was the daughter of Thomas Underhill and Thomasine Caldebeck. She married Thomas Knighton circa 1490.2,3 Anne died circa 1506.

Children of Anne Underhill and Thomas Knighton

Citations

  1. [S18] Amererican Pres., Roberts, Gary , pg 150, Essex Pedigrees pg 586-7.
  2. [S18] Amererican Pres., Roberts, Gary , pg 150, Essex Pedigrees pg 586-7,.
  3. [S214] Lawrence, Thomas, Greene, David L. , pg 21.

Thomas Underhill

M, b. circa 1442
     Thomas was born circa 1442 at Little Bradley, county Essex, England.1 He married Thomasine Caldebeck after 1464/1465.2,3

Children of Thomas Underhill and Thomasine Caldebeck

Citations

  1. [S18] Amererican Pres., Roberts, Gary , pg 150, Essex Pedigrees pg 586-7.
  2. [S18] Amererican Pres., Roberts, Gary , pg 150, Essex Pedigrees pg 586-7,.
  3. [S195] Suffolk 1561, Visitations , pg 85, 86.

Thomasine Caldebeck

F, b. circa 1430
      "Thomasine Caldebeck born circa 1430; was "of full age" on 12 July 1454 when she was named as an heir of her aunt, Alice (Hinkley) Marshall. She married second Thomas Underhill of Libble Bradley, co. Suffolk, said to have been a son of Edward Underhill by wife Elizabeth, who may have been a Harvye and Mauvesin heiress. (Herbert C. Andrews, "Notes on Some Families and Brasses at Great Thurlow and Little Bradley, Suffolk," Suffolk Institute of Archaelogy Proceedings, 20:43-46 at 44-45) The suggestion that she was Harvye and Mauvesin heiress comes from the arms quartering Underhill with Harvye and Mauvesin on a stone sheild at Little Bradley.)"
     
      (David L. Greene (TAG.))
     
     
Thomasine was born circa 1430 at county Essex, England.1 She was the daughter of Henry Caldebeck and Cecily Griselde Hinkley. She married John Turnor circa 1454.2,3 She married Thomas Underhill after 1464/1465.4,5

Children of Thomasine Caldebeck and John Turnor

Children of Thomasine Caldebeck and Thomas Underhill

Citations

  1. [S18] Amererican Pres., Roberts, Gary , pg 150, Essex Pedgrees pg 586-7.
  2. [S552] Suffolk Institute of Archaelogy Proceedings, 20:43-46,.
  3. [S195] Suffolk 1561, Visitations , pg 77, 78.
  4. [S18] Amererican Pres., Roberts, Gary , pg 150, Essex Pedigrees pg 586-7,.
  5. [S195] Suffolk 1561, Visitations , pg 85, 86.

Henry Caldebeck

M, b. circa 1412
     He married Cecily Griselde Hinkley.1,2,3,4 Henry was born circa 1412 at England.5

Children of Henry Caldebeck and Cecily Griselde Hinkley

Citations

  1. [S18] Amererican Pres., Roberts, Gary , pg 150,.
  2. [S3] Comp Peerage England, Cokayne, George E. , vol 10 pg 338,.
  3. [S195] Suffolk 1561, Visitations ,,.
  4. [S195] Suffolk 1561, Visitations , pg 77.
  5. [S18] Amererican Pres., Roberts, Gary , pg 150, Essex Pedigrees pg 586-7.

Cecily Griselde Hinkley

F, b. circa 1405, d. before 1454
     She married Henry Caldebeck.1,2,3,4
     
     
      "Cecily Hinkley died before 12 July 1454, when her daughters were heirs of their Aunt, Alice (Hinkley) Marshall; she married Henry Caldebeck. Peter Wilson Coldham was able to find no Inquisitions post mortem on this couple, all that is given is as above , which proves that they existed and that they were survived by two daughters.
     
      Cecily is called "Griselde" in the Hunt pedigree in Harleian Society Publications, 15:586. The source of this pedigree is Harleian Manuscripts 1541, now in the British Library. A photocopy of the Manuscript shows that the names occurs once as "Ciclei" and once as "Ciseley," and that "Griselde" is a misreading."
     
      (David L. Greene (TAG.)
     
     
Cecily was born circa 1405 at Hinkley, county Suffolk, England.1,5 She was the daughter of John Hinkley and Margaret Notebeme. Cecily died before 1454.

Children of Cecily Griselde Hinkley and Henry Caldebeck

Citations

  1. [S18] Amererican Pres., Roberts, Gary , pg 150,.
  2. [S3] Comp Peerage England, Cokayne, George E. , vol 10 pg 338,.
  3. [S195] Suffolk 1561, Visitations ,,.
  4. [S195] Suffolk 1561, Visitations , pg 77.
  5. [S195] Suffolk 1561, Visitations , pgs 78-88.

George Giddings

M
     He married Jane Lawrence.1 George was born.1

Citations

  1. [S18] Amererican Pres., Roberts, Gary , pg 150.

John Hinkley

M, b. circa 1382, d. between 23 January 1432 and 1433
      "At sometime between 1406 and 1424, a number of individuals brought suit against John Hyncley, Esq., of Thurlow, co. Suffolk, over the manor and advowson of Pentlow, co. Essex. ( Lists and Indexes, vol. 12 (Early chancery Proceedings), 17)" David L. Green (TAG.)
     
     

He married Margaret Notebeme.1,2 John was born circa 1382 at Hinkley, county Suffolk, England.3 John died between 23 January 1432 and 1433.4

Children of John Hinkley and Margaret Notebeme

Citations

  1. [S3] Comp Peerage England, Cokayne, George E. , vol 10 pg 338,.
  2. [S195] Suffolk 1561, Visitations , pg 77.
  3. [S18] Amererican Pres., Roberts, Gary , pg 150.
  4. [S217] Anc. Funerall Monu., Weever, John , pg 779.

Hannah Swift

F, b. circa 1620
     Hannah was born circa 1620.1,2 She was the daughter of William Swift and Sara NN----.

Citations

  1. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 2 pg 24.
  2. [S582] Jane Fletcher Fiske, TAG, 307 v. 77 no. 3.

Mary Swift

F, b. before 21 August 1625
     Mary was born before 21 August 1625.1 She was the daughter of William Swift and Sara NN----.2

Citations

  1. [S582] Jane Fletcher Fiske, TAG, vol 2 pg 24.
  2. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , 307 v. 77 no. 3 p. 171.

William Tilley

M, b. circa 1495
     William was born circa 1495 at Henlow, county Bedford, England.1 He was the son of Henry Tilley and Johan NN----.

Citations

  1. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 52 pg 202.

Agnes Tilley

F, b. circa 1510
     Agnes was born circa 1510 at Henlow, county Bedford, England.1 She was the daughter of Thomas Tilley and Margaret NN----.

Citations

  1. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 52 pg 202.

Elizabeth Tilley

F, b. circa 1535
     Elizabeth was born circa 1535 at Henlow, county Bedford, England.1 She was the daughter of William Tilley and Agnes NN----.

Citations

  1. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 52 pg 203.

Mary Tilley

F, b. circa 1545
     Mary was born circa 1545 at Henlow, county Bedford, England.1 She was the daughter of William Tilley and Agnes NN----.

Citations

  1. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 52 pg 202.

Alice Tilley

F, b. circa 1550
     Alice was born circa 1550 at Henlow, county Bedford, England.1 She was the daughter of William Tilley and Agnes NN----.

Citations

  1. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 52 pg 202.

Rose Tilley

F, b. before 23 October 1597 (chr., d. circa 1597
     Rose died circa 1597 at Henlow, county Bedford, England. Rose was born before 23 October 1597 (chr. at Henlow, county Bedford, England. She was christened on 23 October 1597 at Henlow, county Bedford, England.1 She was the daughter of John Tilley and Joan Hurst.

Citations

  1. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 52 pg 203.

John Tilley

M, b. 26 August 1599
     John was born on 26 August 1599 at Henlow, county Bedford, England.1 He was the son of John Tilley and Joan Hurst.

Citations

  1. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 52 pg 203.

Rose Tilley

F, b. 28 February 1601/2
     Rose was born on 28 February 1601/2 at Henlow, county Bedford, England.1 She was the daughter of John Tilley and Joan Hurst.

Citations

  1. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 52 pg 203.

Robert Tilley

M, b. 25 November 1604
     Robert was born on 25 November 1604 at Henlow, county Bedford, England.1 He was the son of John Tilley and Joan Hurst.

Citations

  1. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 52 pg 203.

Rose Tilley

F, b. 8 May 1574
     Rose died. Rose was born on 8 May 1574 at Henlow, county Bedford, England.1 She was the daughter of Robert Tilley and Elizabeth NN----.

Citations

  1. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 52 pg 203.

George Tilley

M, b. between 26 January 1576 and 1577, d. before 1612
     George was born between 26 January 1576 and 1577 at Henlow, county Bedford, England.1 He was the son of Robert Tilley and Elizabeth NN----. George died before 1612.

Citations

  1. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 52 pg 203.

Agnes Tilley

F, b. between 6 March 1579 and 1580, d. before 1612
     Agnes was born between 6 March 1579 and 1580 at Henlow, county Bedford, England.1 She was the daughter of Robert Tilley and Elizabeth NN----. Agnes died before 1612.

Citations

  1. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 52 pg 203.

Elizabeth Tilley

F, b. between 26 January 1582 and 1583
     Elizabeth died. Elizabeth was born between 26 January 1582 and 1583 at Henlow, county Bedford, England.1 She was the daughter of Robert Tilley and Elizabeth NN----. Her body was interred on 20 February 1624/25 at Henlow, county Bedford, England.

Citations

  1. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 52 pg 203.

William Tilley

M, b. 1 September 1585
     William died. William was born on 1 September 1585 at Henlow, county Bedford, England.1 He was the son of Robert Tilley and Elizabeth NN----. His body was interred on 18 January 1624/25 at Henlow, county Bedford, England.

Citations

  1. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 52 pg 203.

Edward Tilley

M, b. 27 May 1588
     Edward died. Edward was born on 27 May 1588 at Henlow, county Bedford, England.1 He was the son of Robert Tilley and Elizabeth NN----. His body was interred in 1621 at Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts.1

Citations

  1. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 52 pg 203.

Alice Tilley

F, b. 28 February 1590/91
     Alice died. Alice was born on 28 February 1590/91 at Henlow, county Bedford, England.1 She was the daughter of Robert Tilley and Elizabeth NN----. Her body was interred on 29 July 1597 at Henlow, county Bedford, England.

Citations

  1. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 52 pg 203.

William Hurst

M, b. circa 1530
     William died. William was born circa 1530.1 He married Rose Marshe on 15 June 1560 at Chipping Barnet, Hertfordshire.1,2 William Hurst was present at Henry Hurst's christening on 10 June 1561 at Henlow, county Bedford, England.1 William Hurst was present at Agnes Hurst's christening on 17 August 1565 at Henlow, county Bedford, England.1 His body was interred before 1571 at Henlow, county Bedford, England.1

Children of William Hurst and Rose Marshe

Citations

  1. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 52 pg 204.
  2. [S630] TAG, Jacobus, Donald.

Rose Marshe1

F, b. 1538, d. 1601
     Rose Marshe was born in 1538.1 She was the daughter of John Marshe and Joan NN----.1 She married William Hurst on 15 June 1560 at Chipping Barnet, Hertfordshire.2,1 Rose Marshe was present at Henry Hurst's christening on 10 June 1561 at Henlow, county Bedford, England.2 Rose Marshe was present at Agnes Hurst's christening on 17 August 1565 at Henlow, county Bedford, England.2 She married John Rush between 4 February 1571 and 1572 at Henlow, county Bedford, England.2 Rose died in 1601 at bur. Henlow, Bedford.1 Her body was interred on 23 July 1601 at Henlow, county Bedford, England.2

Children of Rose Marshe and William Hurst

Citations

  1. [S630] TAG, Jacobus, Donald.
  2. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 52 pg 204.

John Rush

M
     John was born.1 He married Rose Marshe between 4 February 1571 and 1572 at Henlow, county Bedford, England.1

Citations

  1. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 52 pg 204.

John Hurst

M, b. 8 May 1563, d. 1665
     John Hurst was baptized on 8 May 1563.1 He was the son of William Hurst and Rose Marshe. His body was interred on 31 October 1565 at Henlow, county Bedford, England.2 John Hurst was born circa 1653. John died in 1665.

Citations

  1. [S630] TAG, Jacobus, Donald.
  2. [S82] TAG, Jacobus, Donald , vol 52 pg 204.